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2013 Sidney Johnson Learning Award winner Oluwatosin Mosuro (left) and his family. Photo Credit: St. Louis County Library
Alicia Hunter September 29, 2013 at 07:19 am
Outstanding Oluwatosin!! Hopefully this is just the beginning of your amazing journey beingRead More recognized for doing awesome things!!
Vickie M. September 29, 2013 at 04:15 pm
Congratulation Oluwatosin!! Keep up the good work, I know your parents are proud of you and thisRead More great achievement.
Camille Palmer
Steven Francis June 17, 2013 at 08:00 am
Im glad to see the header changed in the Florissant patch, others read 22 Girl Scout Gold AwardRead More Winners, i'm sorry there not winners they at recipients, this wasnt a game show or a lottery pick, these young ladies had real work to do, in there community, so let's give them all the proper heading 22 Girl Scout Gold Award recipients, recognized
Steve Gray August 10, 2012 at 03:07 pm
Anna, here's my contact info: 314-477-4540 sgray@adt.com
sheronda watts April 4, 2013 at 03:41 pm
Are there anything that a 15 year old can do? 3146431822 sheronda or sheronda.watts@hotmail.com
Anna April 8, 2013 at 02:35 pm
Sheronda, all our volunteer opportuities are for age 16 and up.
Carla Bell July 28, 2012 at 07:22 pm
I had a great time with you guys!!! Ya'll did an awesome job!!
Jean Whitney July 28, 2012 at 10:40 pm
Carla—I'm so glad you saw this! You're the awesome one!!
Carla Bell July 29, 2012 at 06:35 pm
Thank you!!!
Geoffrey Soyiantet October 5, 2012 at 03:00 am
Although few can afford a pricey Kenyan safari to see elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos andRead More wildebeests, anyone can take a quick trip to JFK Community Center to taste an authentic, home-cooked Kenyan dinner. Vitendo4africa and Kenyans in St. Louis — will take charge of the kitchen Saturday to prepare and serve Kenyan favorites including Ugali, Sukuma Wiki, Chapati, Kachumbari and Mandazi, plus Samosas, Beef Pilau and Cardamom Chicken. This will be accompanied by africa music and Dance. All proceeds will go towards 2013 Vitendo Medical Mission. With help from Medshare Vitendo4africa hopes to raise $30,000 to cover the shipping cost for a 40ft container of medical equipment to Africa. http://youtu.be/SEQSBSgQF_U Hospital beneficiary in Kenya. Click here Our 2013 medical mission consist of two parts. One week for community service and one week to enjoy africa safari. Those who wish to volunteer for the mission can sign up at www.vitendo4africa.org of email to info@vitendo4africa.org. You can also call 314-252-0488 for details
Mark Schmiedeskamp January 29, 2012 at 01:56 pm
The number of people that turned out for the parade was awesome. It was great to see the communityRead More come together to show our support for our Iraq/Afghanistan veterans, thank them for their service and most importantly welcome them home. The organizers took on a huge undertaking putting this together in such a short amout of time. But what a great success it turned out to be!
Mayor Len Pagano January 29, 2012 at 09:15 pm
Our beautiful city of St Peters was in the only trolley and was number 21 in the parade. I am soRead More proud of our Veterans Memorial Commission members for coming to the "WELCOME HOME returning servcemen and women event. This event was the first in the nation, all AMERICANS standing up and thanking the brave men and women for their service. What was so special , somehow all wars was brought with a THANK YOU.. I have seen so many children, to the mature age standing and saying, THANK YOU and we LOVE YOU.
Bill Moritz January 29, 2012 at 10:13 pm
I was down there in front of the Bank of America building. It was very well attended by peopleRead More paying respects. It was windy and quite cold and the parade was a very impressive display. The parade took an hour and twenty minutes to pass by. It was a very nice presentation for the returning veterans and passing of memorials for fallen soldiers, sailors and airmen. I would not have missed it. I saw one memorial for a young female airman. I wish I knew her story. The Patriot Guard was well represented. Many fire trucks were on hand. I saw an ambulance from the North Jeffereson County district. I even saw two fire trucks from Boeing there. The lady I was standing next to told me that when her husband returned from Viet Nam the reception was quite different. She was very impressed with the reception for the returned soldiers. Thank you to all who served.
Billy Frank Thornton February 10, 2012 at 05:47 pm
Here's another old gripe. St Louis County Library refused to issue my a library card based upon myRead More residence in the University City Library District. This was disappointing cause I spend most my awake hours in North County. Finally received my STL Co. library card based upon my lie that I lived in Olivette (because of my 63132 zip). I have always enjoyed reading...silently or aloud. If I volunteer to read for the St Louis County Library...will I need to continue living the LIE?
Kim February 13, 2012 at 04:56 pm
We live in UCity and our kids all have cards for the Clayton branch of the County Library (it's aRead More little closer to our house than the loop). They have never had any trouble getting cards or checking out books. That being said, it still seems strange to me that all of the county libraries don't form one big consortium.
Billy Frank Thornton February 13, 2012 at 06:43 pm
The refusal to issue a library card could have been as long as twenty years ago. My reconning wasRead More U.City Library was a member of a consortium with other municipal libraries...but, not St Louis County Library. It did seem strange that some of my St Louis County taxes did not find its way into the STL Co. Library coffers. Hopefully, a crack investigative reporter could clarify the current status of Library policy. Kindle has proved a tremendous blessing here in Belize. The St Louis Post-Dispatch arrives daily at a $5 p/month rate.