Did you know that Hazelwood Patch offers several easy-to-use tools to help you share your news, announcements, photos and other kinds of information with your neighbors, including our active announcements section?
Patch users have been busy sharing important information with the community this week, so we’re highlighting a few of the latest announcements.
Beat the Heat with St. Louis County SAVES Program—If your home isn’t quite energy efficient and you’d like to save on your energy bills, you need to know about the St. Louis County SAVES Program. According to County administrator Anne Klein, the program offers homeowners “the ability to increase the energy efficiency of their homes by replacing inefficient furnaces and air conditioning units, increasing insulation and replacing leaky windows.” Get the details in the announcement posted by Taylor Wells.
No More Bullying Event at St. Louis Mills—On August 4, St. Louis Mills will host “No More Bullying.” It is an event featuring anti-bullying guest speakers, interactive games, prize giveaways, an autograph signing by Rams Alumni, and information for families to learn about the early signs and symptoms of bullying within their children’s schools. Learn more about the event in the announcement posted by Kristin Soto.
STLCC Receives EPA Grant for Drinking Water Operator Training— The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $181,638 to St. Louis Community College to conduct drinking water operator training. STLCC will work with Missouri American Water and Missouri Rural Water Association to provide trainers and facilities. Find out more in the announcement posted by Patricia Matreci.
Athletic Physicals Available July 18 at STLCC—Prospective and current St. Louis Community College student-athletes can get their sports physicals at the college’s Kirkwood road location next week. Learn more in the announcement posted by Patricia Matreci.
Marketplace of Ideas Showcases Solutions to Address Needs of North St. Louis Children and Families— The six Marketplace of Ideas finalists demonstrated Tuesday how small community grants will be used to turn honey, sweet potatoes and lawn mowers into jobs for teens, as well as to teach them strategies for healthy eating and reducing violence among their peers. Find out who the finalists are and learn about their proposed solutions in the announcement posted by Connie Farrow.
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