Hundreds of contestants and volunteers gathered at Rams Park to participate in this year’s World’s Greatest Sports Trivia Championship, hosted by Rams GM Les Snead and his wife, Kara. The event benefitted St. Patrick’s Center employment, housing and health programs.

Coca-Cola executive Rick Mauger recently retired after 36 years with the company. Several of his clients traveled from across the country to attend the retirement celebration, which was held at the Ronald McDonald House in West County, where Mauger volunteers. Pictured: Javier Goizueta, Rick Mauger and Mike Slocum

After winning the Northwestern Mutual Memorial Golf Tournament, Ben Lukens, a Northwestern Mutual field director, presented a $3,290 check of his winnings to the St. Louis-based Mid America Chapter of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. Pictured: Ben Lukens, Amy Willet, Jeremy Klaven, Steve Gross.

Members of the St. Louis Symphony performed for Crown Center residents, Martin Silk Foundation trustees and local seniors as part of SymphonyCares for Seniors. The program connects area seniors with Symphony musicians through free chamber concerts. Pictured: Dr. Richard Kofkoff, Dr. Susan Kofkoff, Nikki Goldstein, Debra Godwin and Gary Godwin

After returning from her cultural immersion program in Panama, Jenny Carrillo, an ACCESS Academies graduate, completed the final academic requirement for her bachelor’s degree in international business from Saint Louis University. Carrillo, who chose to go to Panama because of her Hispanic heritage, is the first in her family to go to college. Pictured: Jenny Carrillo, standing fourth from right, with peers and program coordinators during the cultural immersion program in Panama 


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