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Julia Tegeler, lead cook and supervisor since the day Village North Retirement Community opened, said she remembers when it only took one meatloaf to feed everybody-now it takes 16.
Florissant Mayor Tom Schneider invites senior residents to join him for a complimentary breakfast at the 2012 Mayor’s Town Hall Meeting for Senior Citizens. This year’s meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20 at 9 a.m. at the James J. Eagan Center. City department heads will join Schneider to discuss what is happening in Florissant. Seniors can also pick up useful information.
The new Health Campus replaces the old health department headquarters at 111 South Meramec Avenue in Clayton.
The following is an investigative project written and researched by Samatha Sonderen for a senior year project at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is a Florissant native who served an internship with the Independent News and www. flovallynews.com this year.
The St. Louis County smoke-free ordinance is one year old, and the Tobacco-Free St. Louis coalition says the County Council still needs to deal with unfinished business. By allowing some businesses to have smoking exemptions, the Council created an unlevel playing field that has hurt the small restaurant/bar owners who have been playing by the rules, the coalition and some restaurants owners stated at a press conference last Thursday.
This column lists events for the senior citizens of Florissant and North County. Note that some of the activities are for Florissant residents only. For more information, call the Florissant Senior Office at 839-7604 or 839-7605, unless otherwise noted.