PALM Health, located in the former Busch's Grove, hosted its inaugural "Eat, Drink and Be Giving Holiday Party" benefiting the Anthropedia Foundation. Anthropedia, an international nonprofit headquartered in St. Louis, is dedicated to educating people how to become and stay healthy, positive, inspired, productive and resilient while promoting sustainable health and well-being to decrease rates of lifestyle and stress-related illness. The Foundation partners with community organizations such as the St. Patrick's Center and Northwest R1 School District and serves a variety of populations from the homeless, and unemployed to school children and their parents and teachers. (Their name actually means education (pedia) the human being (anthropos)).Guests enjoyed scrumptious naughty and nice hors d'oeurvres from Truffles Butchery, a fabulous silent auction, Clayton High School's show choir/holiday carolers and dancing to the music of Brian Casserly.
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