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New Prize: Limo Service by JED, Dinner at Shannons and Cards Tickets
Something new has been added to this year’s 7th Annual Mayors’ Shamrock Ball, scheduled for Saturday, March 8, at Garden Villas North in Black Jack, to give guests an opportunity to bid for fabulous prizes during the event’s “live” auction. One of the major prizes auctioned off will be a luxury 4-day/3-night room package to Karisma Hotels’ Eldorado Royale Spa Resort for two adults. This donation is sponsored by Joe Lang Travel at (314) 985-5642. Located in Mexico’s Riviera Maya just south of Cancun, Eldorado Royale was ranked last year as one of the “Top 100” hotels in the world by Conde Nast Traveler magazine readers.
Will Stay Closed at least for This Week
Public health services normally offered at the Saint Louis County Department of Health’s main facility in Berkeley will continue to be temporarily offered at alternate locations this week because of repair work being done there following a water line break on Feb. 8
(special to the Independent News)
The Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Division is raising the fee for Premier Passes on both individual and family memberships. The new fees were effective Jan. 1 This is the first increase since 2007.
For Hazelwood residents making a New Year’s resolution to lose weight, the Parks and Recreation Division is hosting a “Hazelwood’s Biggest Loser” contest for individuals ages 16 and over. This 12-week period will begin on January 6th and end on March 31st. The fee for residents is $20 (ID card required). Participants will be given unlimited use of the fitness rooms at both recreation centers and a 20% discount off any fitness programs during the contest. All participants must attend a Kick-Off Meeting on January 6th at 7 p.m. at the Hazelwood Community Center.
Weigh-ins for “Hazelwood’s Biggest Loser” will be held every two weeks and the results tracked by Parks and Recreation supervisors. The final weigh-in will be on March 31st.
The City of Hazelwood has formed a partnership with Allied Waste Services for this year’s Holiday Tree Pick-Up Program. Residents can now leave the trees at the street curb for pick-up instead of taking them somewhere for disposal or allowing them to clutter local landfills.« Previous Entries Next Entries »