Longtime Tower Grove Heights resident and former TGHNA Board Member, Tricia Heliker, received a 2017 Community Volunteer Service Award at the Tower Grove Neighborhoods Community Development Corporation (TGNCDC) annual “All in for Change” event at The Vault at the Southside Tower. Congratulations, Tricia, and thanks for your years of service to the neighborhood!
A new way to help the needy in a holiday campaign steeped in tradition
100 Neediest Cases campaign, now in its 95th year, adds a crowdfunding element.
The two families we are contributing to have been identified for the 2017 season. For a list of gift suggestions or to make a financial contribution, click on the “100 Neediest” tab on the home page on or before December 15.
Sincere gratitude to Ellen Wilson, TGHNA 100 Neediest Cases Chair, for her ongoing leadership of this project.
Saras Chung coordinated efforts to donate meals to the family who lost their father/grandfather during a visit to St. Louis in February. She took on the project and worked with several neighbors to provide neighborhood-wide support of the family. From all of us, thank you, Saras.
Tower Grove Heights Neighborhood Association has partnered with the South Grand Community Improvement District to adopt the northbound bus stop near S. Grand and Juniata!
Adopt-A-Stop is a bus stop sponsorship program where businesses, organizations and individuals are invited to adopt neighborhood MetroBus stops. The goal of the program is to keep bus stops – and the communities served by MetroBus – clean, attractive and free from litter.