Parts One and Two of the Fennell trove are both loaded with terrific images. Many folks have taken the time to express their appreciation for having been able to view them. I, too, am grateful to Nancy Fennell Hawkins for having had the opportunity to present them.
Madosky Chiropractic & Acupuncture Center announced: “Beginning November 1 we are very pleased to welcome Dr Pam Waske to our office. Dr. Waske, a graduate of Logan University, has a strong interest in women’s health, pain management and athletic performance. She credits chiropractic care for her ability to overcome headaches, neck and low back pain and her pursuit of chiropractic as a career.
KMOV reports that Maplewood residents who served during WWI will be honored in Richmond Heights at 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 10. The special ceremony will be at the Mid-County Veterans Memorial Gazebo, on the front lawn of The Heights. Also in the news, Telle Tire won a family business award.
Owner of Boardwalk Waffles & Ice Cream, Eric Moore, is set to move his shop from 7326B Manchester Road to the southeast corner of Manchester and Sutton, a Red Brick Management property. He posted the floor plan on Facebook.
The Maplewood Public Library director of the past 29 years, Terry Donnelly, is retiring from the job later this month and is being replaced by a librarian who began as an after-school shelver at Brentwood Public Library. Maplewood Library posted comments from both online.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education earlier this month released its annual review of the state’s school districts. In past years schools were ranked; this year’s report focuses on the data to help districts improve. Both Brentwood and Maplewood Richmond Heights school districts summarized their results.