Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Hazelwood Police Department and the Hazelwood Fire Department recruit comedian David Graham for Joplin, Missouri relief effort.
In light of recent events in Joplin Missouri, the Hazelwood Police Department and Hazelwood Fire Department held a comedy show benefit June 11 at Hazelwood West High School. Featured was nationally recognized comedian and Hazelwood resident David Graham, noted for performances across the country and Mobil On The Run commercials. Those in attendance were also treated to comedian Chris Smith as the opener for the event. The show cost $15 for single tickets, and $25 for couples. All funds collected went to the tornado relief effort in Joplin Missouri. Hazelwood Patch would like to remind readers that there are still ways to help Joplin tornado victims.
Friday, June 10, 2011
The Hazelwood Police Department is hosting it's third Missouri Child Identification and Protection Program at Cabela's at St. Louis Mills along with much more.
When/Where: Friday, June 10 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. at Ferguson Citywalk Why Go: It's free! Bring a lawn chair or sit at one of the onsite picnic tables. Food booth will be on site for food purchases. Coolers are permitted glass bottles are not. This week's band is the Neon Blues Band. Pricing: free event When/Where: Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Cabela's at St. Louis Mills Why Go: The event has children go through the ID process, allowing parents to take home with them a sealed envelope containing vital information and instructions on what to do when a child ends up missing. Several ID stations will be set up inside Cabela's to record the children's physical features, as well as snap digital photos and scan fingerprints. All …
Monday, May 30, 2011
The North St. Louis County sister facility bands with others to get its employees, clients and the community back on its feet.
Although the Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH) North St. Louis County facility recently cut its grand opening ribbon to open its doors, its sister facility in Joplin, MO is struggling to get back on its feet after a tornado tore through the area earlier this week. The nonprofit organization has more than 25 facilities in the state of Missouri that focus on treating substance abuse as well as providing support services to families and youth. The EF-5, on the Enhanced Fujita Scale, tornado that struck the southwest Missouri town destroyed the organization’s treatment center as well as the girl group home on May 22. On Wednesday, senior vice president of eastern and central programming Jim Wallis spoke to "Patch" during his travel back from…
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Below are a few outlets for those wanting to help out those affected in the Joplin tornadoes.
With the bought of severe weather that has hit the area, Hazelwood Patch has taken the time to show some area organizations, businesses, government entities and agencies out to help those the victim of the Joplin and Good Friday tornadoes. If you'd like to help--be it with your time, monetarily or through giving items, below are some outlets through which to do so. American Red Cross: You can donate $10 by texting JOPLIN to 90999 from your cell phone. Visit the website of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Red Cross to learn more ways to donate financially or other ways to help. The website also allows Joplin survivors to post that they are “Safe and Well” to let family and friends know their condition. To check on a loved one’s …