We all have a cause we believe in. Many of us stand by it strongly enough that we devote our time, talent and resources into advancing it. Be it the arts, animal welfare, social justice issues, health-care parity or the environment, there are a number of upstanding charities and nonprofits throughout St. Louis that is focused on bettering our community through their mission.
SSM Health has welcomed RONALD HAMEL, LAWRENCE LeGRAND and STEPHANIE McCUTCHEON to its board of directors. DAVID COSBY was named board chair.
If you spend too much time gazing down at your smartphone or tablet, you could be letting yourself in for a literal pain in the neck. And that’s not all. Our modern technologies are causing a number of musculoskeletal issues, especially as a result of poor posture and repetitive movements.
Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHF) is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of photography, as well as relevant educational aspects of the art form.
Some of St. Louis’ most cherished companies are celebrating a milestone anniversary this year. Join LN as we honor these tried-and-true local establishments. Cheers!
Her spark was fading—that’s what Kathy Boyd-Fenger says brought her to Logos School.
Frontenac Bank has hired KIMBERLY WEISHAUPT as senior VP of business development, and NEAL ALSTER as the Investment Professionals’ financial adviser.
Sheri Sherman’s life as a community volunteer began innocently enough, some 30 years ago, when she was asked to be on the board of the Ethical Society preschool, which her children attended. “I had no experience, and someone said, You can be the vice-president, because the vice-president doesn’t really do much and you can develop,” Sherman recalls. “Soon after I started, the board president resigned, and the executive director quit at the same time, so I was thrown in deep water right away.”
Dr. Martin Bell
Michael Singer, Clark Davis
Dan and Breeyn Lane, David and Kate Van de Riet, Patrick Lane
Andrea Terhune (Past Board President/Director), Cheryl L. Jones, Darlene Davis