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Abby Herl Wins Volunteer of the Year from Missouri Healthcare Association

Abby Herl, Delmar Gardens North, Volunteer of the Year

Abby Herl, Delmar Gardens North, Volunteer of the Year

On Aug. 28, Abby Herl, of Delmar Gardens North was named Volunteer of the Year for District Three by the Missouri Healthcare Association. The award was announced during the 70th Annual Missouri Healthcare Convention held Aug. 26-29 in Branson.

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Citizens for Modern Transit, AARP to Host Pop-Up Metro Market at the No. Hanley MetroLink Station Oct. 11

Before and after photos above of the Pop up Metro Market that will be set up at the North Hanley Metrolink Station on Oct. 11.

Before and after photos above of the Pop up Metro Market that will be set up at the North Hanley Metrolink Station on Oct. 11.

Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) and AARP in St. Louis have announced plans to host a pop-up Metro Market on Wednesday, Oct. 11, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the North Hanley MetroLink Station (4398 Hanley Road).

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City of Hazelwood Offers Fall Leaf Collection for Residents Starting Oct. 16

HAZELWOOD FREE FALL LEAF COLLECTION FOR RESIDENTS – The City of Hazelwood will be starting its annual Fall Leaf Collection Program for residents on October 16. A list showing which streets are assigned to each pick-up week can be found in the Fall 2017 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide or on the City’s website at: www.hazelwoodmo.org. Residents are asked to rake their leaves to the curb on the weekend before their designed pick-up week.

The City of Hazelwood will be starting its annual Fall Leaf Collection Program for residents on October 16. A list showing which streets are assigned to each pick-up week can be found in the Fall 2017 Parks & Recreation Activity Guide or on the City’s website at: www.hazelwoodmo.org. Residents are asked to rake their leaves to the curb on the weekend before their designed pick-up week.

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Baseball, Football, And Injury Update

Randy Gardner

Randy Gardner

By Randy Gardner

As we fly through the month of September, the Cardinals seem to be falling apart. Earlier in the year and even up to a week ago, I was thought the Cardinals still had a chance. Now after losing three games in a row against the Cubs over the past weekend, I feel that they are not in contention anymore.

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A Boomer’s Journal: When Things May Seem Too Much, Go Fishing!

Tom Anselm

Tom Anselm

by Tom Anselm

Protests in the streets, statues knocked down, unstable lunatics with nuclear weapons. This is today’s reality. But let’s talk about something really important, something that is seldom given its due. Let’s all go fishing. Why not?

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Christian Hospital Offering Free Flu Shots in October

Christian Hospital is offering free flu shots for children and adults as listed below, while supplies last. This initiative is funded by the foundations for Christian Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

For more information, call 314-747-WELL (9355) or visit ChristianHospital.org.  The dates and locatations are:

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