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ART UNCORKED was an Unparalleled Success!

Wow, what an evening! Art Uncorked certainly exceeded expectations…and then some. Thank you! Whether you joined us as a guest, a featured artist, or a food or beverage vendor, together we raised more than $20,000. Moving the event to the Spencer Road Library allowed 350 guests to experience amazing art, fine local wines, food from choice St. Charles restaurants, great local craft beers, music, and tremendous fun to benefit our literacy programs.

We were honored to showcase 28 of the St. Louis metro-area's most gifted artists and hope that you got to visit with each of them. As we anticipated, our Uncorked food and beverage vendors tell us you loved their samples. A special thank you goes to our event sponsors! Art Uncorked could not happen without their support. We hope you enjo yed the evening of Grape Expectations.

 

Ed Keeven Jr. - Community Leader Recognized Nationwide

Turfgrass Producers International (TPI) announced the appointment of Eddie Keeven Jr, of Emerald View Turf Farm in O’Fallon, Missouri as the 2014-2015 President of the association during their Annual Business Meeting on July 30 in Philadelphia, PA.

Warrenton Offers Winter Softball Tournament

The City of Warrenton is offering a girls Winter Warm Up fastpitch softball tournament March 9 – 10 at the Warrenton Athletic Complex. This pre-season tournament is sure to attract teams from across the bi-state area in the 8u, 10u, 12u, 14u and 16u divisions. Team fee is $250.00 with a minimum of three games guaranteed.

 

New (DAR) Chapter Forms in Lake St. Louis

New Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Chapter Organizes in Lake St. Louis

MO Treasurer Zweifel Report - 529 Advisor Plan

MOST 529 Advisor Plan Tops National Rankings Again

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel Installs Unclaimed Property Search Kiosk in O’Fallon License Office

 

State Treasurer Clint Zweifel visits with Terri Harris (Left) Jackie Hosack and Megan Leone, Contract Agents for the Wentzville and O'Fallon License Bureaus.

The new kiosk allows license office customers to search for their share of $700 million now held in the Missouri State Coffers.

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