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A group of women who celebrate each other’s birthdays every month decided to expand the party by helping kids in need. The 16 members teamed up with the nonprofit Birthday Joy to assemble birthday bags for children in need.
keysor elementary school
Representatives from the school accepted a Green Ribbon award for its sustainable practices on campus during the Missouri Green School Environmental Conference. Keysor requires students to drink from reusable bottles and encourages them to decide what to compost, recycle or throw away after lunch.
Femininity took center stage at the Annual Leader Luncheon, where several local women were honored for their professional and civic contributions. Honorees hailed from organizations such as Moneta Group, Washington University, the Anti-Defamation League
The bank held an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its revamped location at 11781 Manchester Road in Des Peres. The building once served as the bank’s headquarters and now has a technology bar, coffee bar, charging center, and public conference and data center.
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