image
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Phone: (314) 843-0102
|
Fax: (314) 843-0508
|
flag image

Kiwanis Club assists Salvation Army



TreeofLightsCampaign
shadow
(click for larger version)
December 12, 2012 - The Kiwanis Club of South County, with help from the Oakville and Mehlville senior high school Key Clubs, assists the Salvation Army annually with its Tree of Lights Campaign. Pictured are Kiwanis Club members Lee Bodendieck and Ed Kurmann, along with Oakville High Key Club members Sydney Bruns and Billy Walz. Mehlville High Key Club members will assist in the afternoon and evening.


Tags: Mehlville School District News


  • Related Editorial
    Our Town
    Community mourns loss of Wohlwend Elementary student
    Ten-year-old struck, killed by log in Alabama
    Jun 21 2017
    A 10-year-old Oakville boy on vacation at the Gulf of Mexico died Wednesday after he was struck and killed by a log swept in on waves from Tropical Storm Cindy....
    Our Town
    Mehlville students visit Curiosity Cube
    Jun 21 2017
    Mehlville School District summer school third- through fifth-graders last week visited the Curiosity Cube, which was parked at Washington Middle School. The portable science lab, which was created in ...
    Impact News
    Local meeting guide 2017
    Jan 08 2014
    All meeting times, dates and locations are subject to change for 2017. ...
    Our Town
    Oakville High students celebrate graduation
    Jun 14 2017
    Oakville High School senior Dominic Riggio celebrates his graduation with Principal Jan Kellerman and a selfie at the Class of 2017ís graduation ceremony June 4 at the Family Arena in St. Charles....
    Our Town
    Mehlville High students celebrate graduation
    Jun 14 2017
    Mehlville High School science teacher Heather Morris hugs graduate Miranda Shelton at the Class of 2017ís June 4 graduation ceremony at the Family Arena in St. Charles. Mehlville High graduates earned ...
  • Pitch It & Forget It
  • Huelsman's Jewelers
Site Search


Weather
Type in your zip code and click "Go" to get your 7-day forecast.
Visit www.crh.noaa.gov