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Pumpers and Pistons Fire Apparatus & Antique Truck Show is a free event for the entire family. It runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m, Saturday May 12 at the Museum of Transportation. The Pink Heal Fire Pumper will be there to represent woman & children’s cancer, as well as Pet Oxygen mask demonstrations to show how pet rescue devices and how they save pet lives.The Dalmatian Club of Greater Saint Louis will be there with their dalmatians for Meet the Breed. Kids come and visit firefighters and vsit the Fire Safety House.
Ladue's Litzsinger School, part of the based in Town and Country, is one four schools in St. Louis County chosen to partner withStages St. Louis and VSA Missouri on a performance of “No Such Thing As Normal,” an educational musical about autism.Litzsinger’s production, scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on May 8 at the school, will mark the first time the musical is performed by an entirely special education population.
The AdvancEd/North Central Accreditation Visiting Team spent two days at CBC last month found the school is operating at a highly functional level in 6 of 7 standards reviewed, and is at an "operational" level on one standard. The Visiting Team also affirmed CBC's status as a fully accredited school. Mike England, CBC's President, said CBC maintained its accreditation and the Visiting Team found signs of excellence in several different areas.
For the third year in a row, the PNC Bank High School Baseball Showcase presented by Rawlings is giving 50 select high school seniors the opportunity to show NCAA coaches and professional scouts that they have what it takes to make it in the big leagues. This year, they’ll also get the chance to use their talents to brighten up the summer for some exceptional young athletes.
The Wurdack family posted a lost dog announcement and then a public "Thank You" to all who helped find their dog Merlin. He was missing for four days.
Parkway families and staff gathered Saturday, May 5, for the annual Let's Move In Parkway event at the Chesterfield Amphitheater. Opening ceremonies were followed by PE showcases from elementary schools and a variety of other activities to get everyone moving. Activities, shows, and health exhibits also took place.
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