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TEAM Food Pantry is seeking Road Rally participants, volunteers and sponsors to support their first Road Rally and Fill the Truck fundraiser. Participants in the Road Rally will leave Florissant Presbyterian Church, 660 Charbonier Road, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 29 and follow clues through Florissant and Hazelwood. The Road Rally will end at a park where all will have lunch, live music provided by “The Retro Band” and activities for children, including the Hazelwood Smoke House.
By Jim Wieners
High School Sports for the 2015-16 school year begins Monday, Aug. 3, with the first day of fall practices and end Saturday, June 4, 2016, with state championship games for Baseball and Girls Soccer.
Lisa Blodgett will lead the Applied Physics Laboratory force projection sector at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland. Blodgett, a Florissant native and graduate of Hazelwood Central High School, was formerly mission area executive for sea control at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Science Laboratory. In her new role, she will be responsible for the precision strike, sea control and strategic deterrence mission areas.
Ferguson-Florissant School District Offers Free Preschool, Head Start, Child Care Centers and Parents as Teachers
The Ferguson-Florissant School District is partnering with Head Start to offer residents five full day weekly preschool classes for 3- & 4-year-olds. Head Start income and employment based eligibility is necessary. Classes are held at McCluer South-Berkeley High School and Griffith Elementary School. Both programs are open 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For additional information call 314-595-3910.
Bellefontaine Neighbors Mayor Robert Doerr, and Bellefontaine Neighbors recently appointed Lt. Commander Jeremy Ihler to the position of Chief of Police for the city of Bellefontaine Neighbors. Ihler replaces Chief Robert Pruett, who retired after 51 years in law enforcement.
For the fifth year, St. Louis Community College (STLCC) and Better Family Life, Inc. are hosting the St. Louis Metropolitan Area Amnesty Project. More than 30 city and county municipalities will participate in the event, which offers St. Louisans who have misdemeanor warrants an opportunity to resolve their legal issues.« Previous Entries Next Entries »