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The Stan Musial Family
Betty Hemus, Stan Musial, Solly Hemus, baseball players
Danielle Woodruff, Stan Musial, Brian Schwarze
Pamela Shellen, Laura Butch, Kathy Fulton
The St. Louis community provides a variety of practical, educational and social resources for seniors, but many older adults may not be aware of the opportunities. Learn how what these local organizations have to offer.
Molly Crane and Rose Waldman eat Passover Seder at Covenant House Senior Center
Amid family dysfunction—the No. 1 cause of teen homelessness in St. Louis—thousands of the city’s troubled youth have found a positive new path through Covenant House.
Congratulations to the LN Charity Awards winners: City Academy, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Food Outreach Inc., along with finalists Covenant House, Friends of Kids with Cancer, H.I.S. Kids, Our M.O.M., Shriners Hospitals and Saint Louis Crisis Nursery.
Covenant House Missouri volunteer: Chris Ross
Nine local organizations—which help St. Louisans facing disease, homelessness, hunger and other life challenges—have been recognized as finalists for our 2012 Charity Awards. The three winners will be announced in our June 15 issue.
This just in…Ladue News is proud to announce the finalists for the 2012 CHARITY AWARDS. They are: CITY ACADEMY, COVENANT HOUSE MISSOURI, FOOD OUTREACH, FRIENDS OF KIDS WITH CANCER, H.I.S. KIDS, OUR M.O.M. (Our Mark on Melanoma), SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN-ST. LOUIS, SAINT LOUIS CRISIS NURSERY and LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY-GATEWAY CHAPTER. The top three charities will be announced during LN’s annual Charity Award reception in June. Stay tuned!
United Way of Greater St. Louis has named chairman and CEO of Peabody Energy, GREGORY BOYCE (1), as the 2012 fundraising campaign chair.
Academy of Science
Handing over a check to a charity is an easy and kind thing to do. But when there’s a personal connection or a purpose behind the contribution, it becomes even more meaningful. Three St. Louis companies share how that idea drives their charitable giving and why their employees are going beyond just monetary assistance.
This month, Saint Louis Bread Company celebrates the first anniversary of re-opening its downtown Clayton café as the Cares Café, a nonprofit where customers pay what they can afford for their meals. We caught up with Don Hutcheson, Panera’s St. Louis area director, to see how the café has fared in its first year and what’s in store for the future.
January - March
Family Care Health Centers has added WILMA SAUNDERS SCHMITZ as president of the board.
Churchill Center & School
MASON HORNE will take over the varsity baseball program at Christian Brothers College High School.
A Covenant House transitional living resident makes breakfast.