InPower Institute founder and life coach Rebeccah Bennett's 28 Day Feed Your Life Challenge includes a culminating workshop on October 10.
Hazelwood East Spartans Dallas Vaughn (22) lays out for the catch Saturday against Riverview Gardens. The Spartans of Hazelwood East would defeat the Rams 47-6.
Two NFL replacement officials make different calls during the final play of Monday Night's Green Bay and Seattle game. Although it clearly looked as though the ball was intercepted by Green Bay, the officials ruled it was a touchdown giving Seattle the victory.
BALTIMORE, MD - CIRCA 2011: In this handout image provided by the NFL, Torrey Smith of the Baltimore Ravens poses for his NFL headshot circa 2011 in Baltimore,Maryland. (Photo by NFL via Getty Images)
Reginald Clemons, center, enters the courtroom for a hearing on Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, at the circuit court in St. Louis. Pool Photo by Huy Mach, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Programs that support the socioeconomic needs of low-income communities, coordinated with health services, will yield greater results.” – Dwayne Butler
“According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of personal fitness trainers is expected to grow 24 percent over the next decade,” says Pam Bell, Chief Executive Officer and President of Vatterott College.
Motivational youth speaker Gabe Salazar addressed youth from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis recently, telling his personal narrative and encouraging the kids to stay in school at a “Graduate to Go” assembly co-hosted by Taco Bell Foundation for Teens.
Yaa Williams, 5, a student at Shaw Visual and Performing Arts, makes a Native-American mask during the Lewis Place neighborhood fair recently at the intersection of Marcus and Lewis Place.
Reginald Clemons took the witness stand last Wednesday before Judge Michael Manners during the evidentiary hearing ordered by the Missouri Supreme Court, which was convened at St. Louis Circuit Court.
Betty Temple joined a recent protest against proposed cuts to Social Security on the campus of Washington University. Seniors and veterans caravanned from Kansas City to St. Louis to protest former U.S. Comptroller David Walker’s bus tour calling for severe cuts on Social Security, Medicare and veterans’ benefits.
Flint Fowler, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis, spoke Monday during a press conference on the city’s new recreation center in O’Fallon Park. Gary Schlansker, president & CEO of the YMCA of Greater St. Louis, and St. Louis Mayor Francis G. Slay also spoke.
Stacey Bolinger, with the Missouri Highway Patrol crime lab, testifies during the final day of an evidentiary hearing on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, at the Mel Carnahan Courthouse in St. Louis. Reginald Clemons is on death row after he was convicted for his part in the murders of sisters Robin and Julie Kerry in 1991. The Missouri Supreme Court is holding the evidentiary hearing and will issue a report to determine Clemons' fate. Photo by Christian Gooden, firstname.lastname@example.org
The St. Louis Rams hosted Hometown Huddle in their ContinuityX training center in Bridgeton on September 18. About 200 children from seven United Way-supported Boys and Girls Clubs attended. The clubs were: Boys & Girls Club of Alton, Boys & Girls Club of Bethalto, Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis, Boys & Girls Club of St. Charles, Gene Slay’s Boys’ Club of St. Louis, Girls Incorporated, and Mathews-Dickey Boys & Girls Club. The day included Play 60 activities, a recipe station, a behind-thescenes glimpse at the locker rooms, weight room activities and more. Introduced in 1999, the NFL and United Way of America launched a national day of community service called Hometown Huddle. All 32 NFL teams work with their local United Way on a variety of hands-on volunteer projects for the local community.
Kirk Whalum worked the crowd at the Sheldon recently when the AKA Gamma Omega Chapter held a scholarship benefit and honored Hugh “Peanuts” Whalum.