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Neighborhood Impact Statement Writing Class – May 31st at 7:00 p.m.

At the request of the St. Louis Hills Safety Committee, Attorney Rachel Smith of the Circuit Attorneys’ Office has offered to train interested individuals how to write Neighborhood Impact Statements on May 31st at 7:00 p.m. at the Buder Library lower level conference room (4401 Hampton Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63109). If you are interested, please join us.

A Neighborhood Impact Statement is a letter to the judge officiating over a crime committed in your neighborhood that explains the impact said crime has had on individuals and businesses in your neighborhood. Signatures for these letters are collected to show the support of the neighborhood. These letters are considered by judges at the time of setting a bond amount and at the time of sentencing.

St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Safety Committee Update

Thanks so much to those of you that attended tonight’s meeting.  We think it went well and that as group we can get a lot accomplished. 

For those of you that are interested but were unable to attend tonight, here is a link to our presentation and notes.

Please fill out this survey to sign up for sub-committee(s). A few of you have already filled this out.  This is the survey that includes a question about wanting a free neighborhood watch sign.  If you have already filled this out you don’t need to do it again. If you’re not sure, please fill it out.

We really hope that you will be able to attend the next meeting on Thursday, May 24th at 7:00 p.m. at Buder Library in the lower level conference room.

Tom Scheifler & Janice Starbuck
SLHNA Safety Committee
Safety_Committee@stlhills.com

CANCELLED: Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Francis Park

Unfortunately due to the amount of rain and forecasted weather for Saturday we are cancelling the Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Francis Park on 3/31.

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR for the St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Association’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Francis Park!

Children up to 3rd grade can gather eggs filled with candy and prize coupons. Children in 4th – 8th grades will search an extended area to find FOUR GOLD EGGS with a $25 prize in each egg.

The Easter Bunny’s helpers will be on hand to help the little ones and for photo opportunities.

In addition, representatives from St. Louis Children’s Hospital will be on hand to sell and fit bicycle helmets. Adults and children may bring their own helmet to be fitted for free, or children may purchase a new one for $11 per helmet. The child must be present to purchase a helmet.

We hope to see you all there!

Saturday, March 31, 2018
Francis Park near the playground area
Bicycle helmet sale and fitting 10:30am-12:30pm
Easter Egg Hunt begins at 11am
Registration for the event is not required. 

PS – Adults are welcome to come at 9:30am to help set up. Many volunteers are needed!
Any questions, please email Cori Sallaberry coricastellano@gmail.com
Thanks for your support!