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Hazelwood will host its 5th Annual Recycle Day on Saturday, June 6, at St. Louis Outlet Mall near the IceZone from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is open to both residents and nonresidents, with no drop-off charges. The theme for this year’s event is “Make Recycling Part of Your Life.” Members of Hazelwood’s Green Committee hope to encourage the public to make recycling a daily habit. Helping citizens know what can and can’t be recycled and urging them to take a “Pledge to Recycle” are designed to motivate them to recycle.
Cold Water Elementary is one of 13 schools statewide to be named a national School of Character by Character.org (formerly the Character Education Partnership) and was recognized as a state honoree in March. Character.org will honor the designated schools and districts at its twenty-second National Forum on Character Education to be held the weekend of October 15-17 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Thursday, June 4
Blood pressure clinic at St. Catherine Retirement Community, 3350 St. Catherine Street, at 10:15 a.m. RSVP by calling 314-838-3877.
Friday, June 5
Bingo every Friday at Knights of Columbus Our Lady of Fatima Council #4429 1216 Teson Road, Hazelwood. Doors open at 4. Games start 6:45 p.m. For more information, call 314-731-9330.
The USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) will sponsor free breakfast and lunch for children age 18 and younger at seven sites in the Ferguson-Florissant School District this summer. The SFSP is designed to help children receive needed nutrition even when they are out of school. Meals are also available to persons with disabilities over age 18 who participate in school programs for the mentally or physically disabled.
The first of several high-visibility sobriety checkpoints to be conducted by the Hazelwood Police Department this summer is scheduled for the weekend of May 22. In addition, saturation patrols will supplement these checkpoints. Funding for the effort is supplied by a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Division.
Hazelwood Issues Building,
Public Works Proclamations
May Is Building Safety Month
At a recent City Council meeting, Mayor Matthew Robinson presented Hazelwood’s Code Administrator Pat McSheehy, Building Inspector Travis Ham, and Code Enforcement Officer David Clemens with a proclamation designating May as “Building Safety Month” in Hazelwood. The proclamation urges all citizens to work with code officials to ensure new structures or home add-ons are built to code standards, and residences are maintained. These actions will help improve property values and make neighborhoods attractive.« Previous Entries Next Entries »