When…a team from Arcturis was recognized at the annual CANstruction charity competition? The Arcturis display used a total of 8,592 cans of different sizes, more than any other display, and afterward all cans were donated to St. Louis Area Foodbank and Harvy Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry.
When…Gonzalez Companies LLC was recognized as the Hispanic Company of the Year by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis at its 26th anniversary and awards dinner? Pictured: Carlos Huddleston, Tony Gonzalez Angel, Al Gonzalez and Patrick Judge
When…the Miriam Foundation raised $14,000 by hosting ‘Miriam, Mariachi and Margaritas’ at Neiman Marcus? The Miriam School is a private, independent elementary school that serves students pre-kindergarten through eighth grade with learning disabilities. Pictured: Colleen Kalsbeek, event chair Judi Scissors, Paul Kalsbeek and Jean Deasy.
When…Simon Passanante PC raised $15,000 on behalf of Legal Services of Eastern Missouri during a benefit dinner at the Missouri Athletic Club? Legal Services is an independent nonprofit that has provided high-quality legal assistance in civil cases to that low-income area for more than 50 years. Pictured: Simon Passanante attorney Amy Gunn and Jim Guest of Legal Services.
When…Craft Alliance and the St. Louis City Juvenile Detention Center held a dedication and celebration of ‘Juvenile Vision,’ the most recent project from its Mural Arts Program? The program offers a chance for underserved students to collaborate with professional artists to create a permanent tile mural at their school.
When…the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society held Jammin’ for a Cure 2? The event was at Trainwreck Saloon and featured several bands, including Loud Mouth Soup, Sonic Tonic, My Own Medicine, and Griffn and the Gargoyles. All proceeds will benefit the organization’s dedication to fund blood cancer research, education and patient services. Pictured: Van Lorenz, Jill Krznar, Juli Benson and Scott Weiner.
When…the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Metro St. Louis/Greater Missouri Chapter brought in a record total of more than $650,000 at its annual spring gala? The event, themed ‘Legendary Hollywood Glamour,’ was held at Kemp Auto Museum in Chesterfield. Pictured: Robb and Laura Fraley, event chair, announce the amazing total.