MARGARITA FLORES, SUSAN ITTNER, ADELLA JONES, MAUREEN LARKINS, JIM McGRATH, MICHAEL McMILLAN, NICOLE RINGENBERG, JIM SCHULTE, IRIS TEROLLI-HALL, BARBARA TURKINGTON, SHERRY WARD and MARK WEINHEIMER have joined the American Red Cross Greater St. Louis Region’s board of directors.
The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) in St. Louis believes every child with cancer deserves every chance to live. Founded in 1987 by president and CEO Mark Stolze to help children in need of bone marrow transplants, the nonprofit has expanded its services through the years to provide financial, emotional and educational resources for families facing cancer. Since its inception, the organization has provided almost $60 million in direct financial assistance to more than 35,000 kids nationwide.
More than half of all Americans have been infected by the herpes simplex type 1 virus, and that means that lots of people can get cold sores—the unsightly and potentially painful blisters that break out on the lips or surrounding skin. There is no way to eradicate the virus from your system once you’ve been infected, but there are strategies for preventing these viral out-breaks.
DAVID BEAVERS has been named director of Logan University’s Viscero-Somatic Center.
Parents of today’s school kids may fondly remember their '80s-era lunchbox filled with bologna on white bread, cookies and chips. While that may have been the standard school lunch of a few decades ago, today’s parents are packing more nutritious lunches that contain all the important food groups needed to keep a youngster going through the day. And that’s half the battle.
If you don’t like to eat your vegetables, maybe you’d prefer to drink them. Juicing is a popular option for consuming fruits and vegetables, and there are many benefits.
Need a lift to the North Pole this holiday season? For the first time ever, The Polar Express Train Ride is coming to town, departing from St. Louis Union Station beginning in late November.
The United Way of Greater St. Louis recently announced several chairs for the upcoming 2014 campaign. For the second year, MARILYN BUSH will chair the Women’s Leadership Society, and NINOSKA and PATRICK CLARKIN will co-chair of the Multicultural Leadership Society. JOHN STUPP will chair the de Tocqueville Society. JOE AMBROSE and RAY FARRIS will co-chair the Men’s Leadership Society. SARAH ROULAND will chair the Young Leadership Society, and REUBEN and D’ANNE SHELTON will co-chair the African American Leadership Society.
Parenthood is a mix of joy and concern—joy at the gift of your precious child, and concern that he is growing and developing normally. It’s normal to wonder about your child’s progress and compare him to other children. Most babies reach their developmental milestones at or around the expected time, but identifying a potential problem is important.
From walking up the red carpet to strutting down the runway, kids will be in the spotlight at the Friends of Kids with Cancer Fashion Show and Boutique on Nov. 6 at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. “It’s like the Academy Awards,” says executive director Judy Ciapciak.
Josh Waite, Tyler Hillis
Janet McAfee Real Estate has welcomed NANCY FRANCIS and MELINDA McCARTHY as sales associates.
If you lie awake at night, unable to drift off to sleep or frustratingly waking periodically, know you are not alone—especially if you’re a woman.
Rebekah Bahn, John Kingston
Sister Claudia Ward
Dan Harbaugh, Karon and Denny Payne
Donna Flannery, Francis Godfrey
Kevin and Avril Dooley
Marianne and Dr. Bob Bergamini
Tom and Kathy Gatti, Natalie and Tony Sabos
Curt and Tonya Mowrey
Cindy and Paul Rosburg, Matt Jelinek, Bri Dressel
John and Lisa Buescher