In recent weeks, St. Louis Hills has experienced several robberies and other crime-related activity. In response, the St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Association and the City’s Second Police District will host a special meeting to discuss neighborhood safety.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 12 at 7 p.m. in the lower level cafeteria of Bishop DuBourg High School. All Ward 16 residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please note that the school will be hosting a basketball game in its main floor gymnasium at the same time as the neighborhood meeting.
For those who don’t have access to social media, please contact them or pick them up and bring them to the meeting.
Do you love St. Louis Hills? Would you enjoy celebrating the holiday season with your neighbors? Join us for our annual Holiday Party on December 2nd at Saint Raphael’s Gymnasium from 7pm-11pm!
Tickets are only $30 per person and include dinner, beer, wine, and soda. We will also be accepting pre-paid SLHNA dues for 2018! Payments for tickets and SLHNA membership will be accepted at the door. We can take cash, checks, or credit cards. Dinner will be provided by Edibles & Essentials.
If you’d like to make a reservation please e-mail email@example.com with your name and the number of people attending in your party. If you want to sit at a specific table or group of people please reference that in your e-mail.
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Volunteers needed between 8:30 & 11:30 am.
Meet at Tamm and Nottingham. Come join your neighbors!
Any questions, call Rosemary at 314-352-4885.
This historic neighborhood is host to the second leg of the Gateway Cup — Tour de Francis Park! Francis Park, named after David Rowland Francis — President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1889, is known for its wide, tree lined streets and for having beautiful churches on every corner. Today the St. Louis Hills neighborhood showcases gingerbread bungalows, stately homes and some of the tidiest landscaping in St. Louis. Home to St. Louis cultural and iconic Ted Drewes—our homegrown ice cream oasis. We hope you enjoy the second stop on this Gateway Cup weekend! St. Louis Hills will be serving up delicious food and cold beverages until 6:00 p.m. Dig in!
Racer parking will be at Bishop DuBourg High school, 5850 Eichelberger St.
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