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The Saint Louis County Department of Health is now offering walk-in school physicals and immunizations at its John C. Murphy Health Center every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
“It may seem like summer only just started,” said Dr. Dolores J. Gunn, director of the department, “but the next school year is just around the corner. By providing walk-in school immunizations and physicals, we’re hoping to help parents beat the end-of-summer rush.”
The Saint Louis County Department of Health has received 71 case reports of shigellosis in the area since the start of the year. During this same time period in 2013, only two such cases were reported. The department is strongly urging residents to take preventative steps to stop the spread of the disease.
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
Roxie Earnhart, a resident of The Valley – A Stonebridge Community, turned 105 years old on February 11.
The Missouri Health Care Association (MHCA) recognized Earnhart’s longevitiy by granting her membership into the MHCA Centenarian Club.
Key in No.1 Ranking is Florissant Senior Department
By Nichole Butler
Movoto Blog, a blog that reports unique and fun real estate related stories, collected data from 140 small cities in the United States and reported that Florissant was the number one small city in America to retire in, beating out many well known retiree communities in Florida and California.
The City of Florissant will host a Valentine’s Day Dance for Senior Citizens at the Eagan Center from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14.
The dance is open to both residents and non-residents. The Fanfare Band with Kitty Moller will entertain and the dance floor will be open.« Previous Entries Next Entries »