BREAKDOWN STL partnered with Three French Hens to host a Design Dilemma party. The event took place at Three French Hens' store and featured both decorating demonstrations and answers to design problems. BreakDown STL works to educate teenagers about positive life choices in topics such as sex, alcohol, drugs bullying and self-harm. Pictured: Nancy Ade, Jeannie Hood and Sandie Hea.
City Academy students were treated to tasty, healthy snacks provided by the JUNIOR LEAGUE OF ST. LOUIS through its Kids in the Kitchen program. Pictured: Junior League member Cheryl Bock enjoys a nourishing snack with student DeMiah Jackson.
The KEMP AUTO MUSEUM raised more than $12,000 for Ranken Jordan Pediatric Hospital through its annual Concours d’Elegance car show. Pictured: Lauri Tanner and Elaine Hickerson of Ranken Jordan, and Mackenzie Pass, Robert Pass, Rodger Van Ness and Lisa Roberts of Kemp Auto Museum.
Two Missouri teens were honored for their volunteer work at the PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS in Washington, D.C. Villa Duchesne senior Sarah Sutherlin was named the state's top high school-level volunteer for raising more than $10,000 for the American Cancer Society and leading a Relay for Life team. Also recognized was Sophia Greenwalt, an eighth-grader at Reeds Spring Middle School. Pictured: Presenter Kevin Spacey and Sarah Sutherlin.