Our first membership breakfast was a success! Thank you to everyone that came out so early and started the day with us in the rain! Thank you to Catering to You and they staff for some delicious breakfast! Thank you to Christian Hospital for being our sponsor and notifying us
Thank you to everyone that braved the heat and golfed, volunteered, and came out for the day! Even as hot as it was everyone had a great day! Thank you to our event sponsor SSM Health DePaul Hospital St. Louis! Congratulations to the City of Florissant on winning back the
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