Town Talk Features

In the Know: 1.3.18

redkey realty leaders
The real estate company hosted its annual Gratitude Breakfast (pictured at top) with keynote speaker Dwayne Ingram, patient advocacy coordinator for St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Ingram was chosen to speak because of his work with numerous community organizations, including the I Love Ferguson committee, to which RedKey made a donation.

army vs. navy
The oldest collegiate rivalry in the nation is still going strong—and for a good cause! Guests watched the 118th annual Army vs. Navy football game at the Missouri Athletic Club and brought unwrapped toys to support the Toys for Tots campaign. The event also honored former Marine Corps pilot and member of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Lt. Col. Rob Wunderlich Jr.

jewish family & children’s services
The organization recently held its gala, The Magic of Making a Difference. The event was attended by 378 guests and raised more than $200,000 to support JF&CS services to protect at-risk children, assist the elderly, and provide food and services to those in need.

the gatesworth
The senior living community has something to celebrate: the opening of McKnight Place Assisted Living. The new building is the first phase of a $32 million expansion. Featuring 90 apartment homes, it was at 80 percent occupancy at the time of the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Work on phase two should be completed in March.