Monday, June 6, 2011
The June 14 blood drive is sponsored by the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center.
The City of Maryland Heights will host a blood drive June 14, sponsored by the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center (MVRBC). The organization supplies blood and blood products to SSM Health Care system, a press release states. Maryland Heights held a blood drive previously last December. Jerry Deters, a donor resource consultant at MVRBC, said 25 percent of blood comes from high school and colleges. With school out of session, he said this time of year can be difficult for donations. "Summer's always challenging," Deters said. MVRBC invites those interested in donating blood to schedule an appointment on its website and enter code 9407, the press release states. The release indicates also that those interested can make an appointment …
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Get the girls together and give your imagination a buzz with “In the Next Room.”
Imagine a time before electricity. People didn't have washing machines, refrigerators or battery operated toys of any kind. This weekend, join The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis for an evening of reminiscing about how much electricity shocked the nation. Okay, that’s how you’re going to pitch it to the guys. Now that they’re bored, ladies, this weekend it’s time to get the girls together to split a bottle of wine before you all go watch a funny play about vibrators. In the Next Room or the vibrator play is set in a Victorian doctor’s office. Married women suffering from “hysteria” go in, something noisy and magical happens, then relaxed women come back out. The doctor’s young wife doesn’t understand what’s going on behind closed doors, …
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
A roundup of the region's major developments for Friday.
Here are the top stories from Patch sites in your area: O'Fallon City Council, Residents Discuss Issues with Residential Rental Inspections Dielmann Out Of Heart Surgery City Gives Boost to Foundry Art Centre Lake Saint Louis Volunteers In Medicine Clinic helps Uninsured Alums in the Arts Celebrated at Reception