Town and Country seniors receive special recognition

January 20, 2018 by  

Two seniors from Town and Country, a town near Manchester, Missouri, recently received recognition for being remarkable citizens at St. Andrew’s 15th annual Ageless Remarkable St. Louisan’s Gala.

The gala, which [Read more]

Children’s nature camps coming to Missouri

December 25, 2017 by  

Residents in Ballwin and surrounding areas such as Ellisville and Manchester, Missouri, who are looking for something their children to do will be able to send them to nature camps in December and in the coming months.

The first camp offered, called the [Read more]

Operation Christmas Child coming to Manchester

November 10, 2017 by  

Operation Christmas Child, a volunteer program run by Samaritan’s Purse that helps donate various materials to children in need, will have a collection location available in Manchester, Missouri soon.

To participate, those [Read more]

Fun run coming to Town and Country

October 21, 2017 by  

Residents of Town and Country and surrounding areas such as Manchester, Missouri will be able to participate in a Turkey Trot Fun Run & Walk later in November.

Participants of [Read more]

ArtsFest coming to Schroeder Park

September 21, 2017 by  

Manchester Arts of Manchester, Missouri will soon be hosting ArtsFest, an annual, autumnal celebration that features a wide variety of local artists.

Individuals interested in [Read more]

Eclipse viewing events today across Missouri

August 21, 2017 by  

Residents from Kansas City to Manchester, Missouri, will be able to experience the solar eclipse later this month as over 627 communities lie in the path of totality.
Thanks to the solar eclipse, there will be several viewing events that will be taking place throughout Missouri during the eclipse. Some of these events include the Party in the Path at the Innsbrook Resort, the Total Eclipse of the Trail at Trail’s End Landmark, and the Northwest Missouri Steam & Engine Gas Show. These events will typically have food, games, music, and complimentary glasses for visitors to use so that they may see the eclipse safely.

Many of these events will be running from late morning until early afternoon and have limited amounts of seating and space so it is recommended that those who wish to attend these events should make reservations as soon as possible. Also, it has been stated that high traffic levels and large crowds are to be expected as a result of tourists flocking to see the eclipse in other states.

For the full list of towns and cities in Missouri that will be able to experience a total solar eclipse on August 21st, visit the Eclipse 2017 website. For more information regarding the solar eclipse and to view resources such as maps, fact sheets, and brochures, visit the Eclipse 2017 NASA website.

Town and Country hosting e-recycling event

July 25, 2017 by  

Residents of Town and Country, as well as surrounding areas such as Westwood and Manchester, Missouri, will be able to recycle their electronics in [Read more]

Missouri HomeGoods teams up with Jimmy Fund

June 21, 2017 by  

Residents of Town and Country, and nearby communities such as Country Life Acres and Manchester, Missouri will be able to support cancer research when they shop at their local HomeGoods this month.

The partnership between the [Read more]

Local school administrator publishes book

May 11, 2017 by  

Scott Holley, the current administrator of Westminster Christian Academy, a school located near Manchester, Missouri, recently published a book about [Read more]

Local students to have stories published

April 13, 2017 by  

Five 7th grade students from Westminster Christian Academy in Town and Country, Missouri, near Manchester, have been selected to have their own stories published in the 12th volume of The Grannie Annie, which will be released in May.

The Grannie Annie is a nonprofit corporation that publishes historical family stories by students in the United States who are in 4th through 8th grade, and international/home-schooled students who are of9 to 14 years of age.

The students from the school who are going to be published in the Grannie Annie are Cori Boerner with the story ‘The Explosion’, Caleb Legters with the story ‘The Ultimate Protector’, Connor McMillin with the story ‘The Tote Bag’, Kharis Perona with the story ‘Abandoned’, and Isabella Trost with the story ‘A Sweet Treat’. These students, along with others who submitted artwork or stories that were accepted into the 12th volume of The Grannie Annie, will be recognized at the upcoming Grannie Annie’s Family Stories Festival.

The festival will be taking place at the Missouri History Museum at Forest Park at 5700 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis, Missouri, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm on June 4th. For more information regarding The Grannie Annie, to submit a story, or to download The Grannie Annie books and resources such as calendars, visit the publication’s official website.

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