David Freese, Cathleen Reifsteck
David Freese, Whitey Herzog, Red Schoendienst
St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese volunteers with Operation Food Search
Here’s a scene that was witnessed recently outside Busch Stadium following a huge Cardinals win: A father and his two young daughters are leaving the game on a hot summer night. They are still talking about all the food they had eaten— hot dogs, sodas, cotton candy—and also gushing about the big home run by David Freese.
After years of helping Saint Louis Crisis Nursery’s kids, John Carney was moved to adopt two children of his own. The KTRS radio personality is one of more than 100 local volunteers who dedicate time to the Nursery’s annual Celebrity Waiters’ and Waitresses’ Night. Celebrating its 22nd year, the fundraiser will include dining, parties and ‘celebrity’ sightings on Aug. 16 at four Plaza Frontenac restaurants: Brio’s Tuscan Grille, Cardwell’s at the Plaza, Canyon Café and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse.
Can you believe that it’s already been a year since we first introduced you to BROOKE FLEMING, Ladue News’ first-ever Lil’ One? The search is now on for our official 2012 cutie-patootie to star in an LN photo shoot with fashion editor Katie Yeadon.
Matt Holliday and David Freese power up for Homers for Health.
Mike Matheny Celebration St. Louis Cardinals Guests from Matt Holliday and David Freese to Albert ‘Red’ Schoendienst and John Mozeliak were in attendance at a celebration for Mike Matheny as the new St. Louis Cardinals manager. The event, held at Mike Shannon’s restaurant downtown, featured tastings of Chef Nick Zoto’s 2012 menu offerings and Cardinals-themed cocktails. Matheny spoke about his excitement joining the St. Louis Cardinals and introduced his wife, Kristin.
David Freese, Matt and Leslee Holliday
Open your hearts this holiday season by helping families in need. Ladue News is partnering with CATHOLIC CHARITIES to help needy children and their families experience the joys of the season. From now until Tuesday, Dec. 20, LN is accepting children’s toys and books, as well as non-perishable food items. All will be donated to Catholic Charities, an organization that touches the lives of 157,000 every year. Items may be dropped off during normal business hours at Ladue News, 8811 Ladue Road, Ste. D, 63124 (near 170 and Ladue Road).
Laura Greenspan is flanked by Cardinals� trainer Barry Weinberg and third baseman David Freese at the CMAs in Nashville.