2019 Seniors' Resource Guide - Display Advertisers

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AccuCare AgeSmart 1 AgeSmart 2 Aging Ahead Aging Gracefully Alexian Court Apartments

Algonquin Nurses All Care Home Care Alzheimer's Assoc. Amen, Gantner & Cap. AmRamp Angels Within Aperion Care Assistance Home Care AW Healthcare Baue Bethesda Health Big Bend Woods BJC HomeCare BJC Hospice BJC - Evelyn's House BJC Volunteers Breakthrough Coalition Brookdale Senior Living

Brooking Park Cape Albeon Cardinal Ritter Care Solutions Caregivers Inn CenterPointe Hospital

Christian Comm. Home City of Chesterfield CLAIM Clinical Research Prof. Continuum Care Cordell Planning

Coulson Elder Law Debra Schuster Deer Valley Des Peres Hospital Dolan Memory Care Ed Golterman

Emerest Health of MO Family Partners FasterHouse Gamrill Gardens Gatesworth (The) Good Samaritan

Grab Bar Guys Green Park Sr. Living Harvester Residential Home Instead HomeTeam Transitions Homewatch Caregivers

HOPE I Care We Care Lasting Impressions Lifework Transitions Martha C. Brown Martha's Hands

Mary Ryder Home Mattis Pointe Asst. Liv. McKnight Place Asst. Liv. McKnight Place SN MEAAA Mederi Caretenders

Medicine Shoppe Mercy Health Services Mother of Good Counsel Mount Carmel 1 Mount Carmel 2 National Church

Nazareth Living Center NHC Healthcare OASIS Paraquad Parc Provence Premiere Eye

Quinn Estate Elder Law Rent-A-Relative Right at Home Sansone Group Seasons Hospice Senior Services Unlimited

Seniors Helping Sr.'s Seniors Home Care Seniors Transition Spec. Serenity Adult Day Care Six Hour Organizer SLAAA

SLAAA - Sp. Needs S. County Senior Law Southern Bus & Mobility Spectrum Retirement SSM Health at Home St. Andrew's Francis Pl.

St. Andrew's HUD St. Andrew's Solutions St. Louis Public Library Society for the Blind Stillwater Sr. Living Stonecrest

Ted Gottlieb, REALTOR® Tesson Heights The Bridge at Florissant The Elder & Disability The Elder Care Law The Quarters at Des Peres

The Sheridans St. Louis Bridge Center Twin Oaks Estate Visiting Angels VNA Vouga Elder Law

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All Family Care

All Family Care is looking for an RN to join our "family" as Medicaid Director. The position is PT (20-24 Hours/Week). We are a small family owned business in our 14th year located in Affton, MO. This position is ideal for someone looking for additional hours and experience, or for someone who wants to slow down but not hang it up. The job requires interaction with the State of Missouri, clients, and co-workers. It is roughly 80% office, 20% field. Ideal candidate will have a sense of humor, attention to detail, and get along with others. Please e-mail your resume to Gary Chippendale at gary@allfamilyhomecare.com.

Gary Chippendale, gary@allfamilyhomecare.com, All Family Care, 314-544-1551,




Christian Community Homecare

Christian Community Homecare, a non-profit outreach program of St. Thomas/Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, is hiring caregivers.  Must have own vehicle.  Call for additional information.

Christine Lewis, home-care@swbell.net, Christian Community Homecare,

314- 843-9673, www.christiancommunityhomecare.org



Beck Estate Planning and Elder Law in St. Charles

We are growing again. Beck Estate Planning and Elder Law in St. Charles is seeking an experienced estate planning paralegal to join our team. Requirements include drafting of estate planning documents, including trusts, wills, powers of attorney and deeds. Position includes maintaining file organization, scanning, faxing and filing, as well as interaction with clients. Applicant should be proficient using Word, Excel and Outlook. This is a salaried position with paid vacation, paid holidays, health insurance benefits, 401(k) plan and lots of extra perks not offered at most companies. Serious candidates are invited to email your resume today to info@beckelderlaw.com. For more information about our company, please check us out at https://www.beckelderlaw.com.

Diane Distl, info@beckelderlaw.com, Beck Estate Planning & Elder Law, 636-946-7899,




Pyramid Home Health Services

Join our elite team of healthcare professionals as a Certified Nursing Assistant or a Personal and Home Care Aide. We beat other provider's hourly pay rates. Receive up to 80 hours of paid time off or choose to take it as additional pay.  Full-time employees of Pyramid also receive 6-paid holidays annually and medical insurance for $30 per month. Starting your career with us is easy.  www.pyramidhhs.com or call

1-800-699-1746.  We are an equal opportunity employer. EOE/AA

Ada Gonzalez, agonzalez@pyramidhhs.com, Pyramid Home Health Services,

800-699-1746, www.pyramidhhs.com



American Red Cross

February 21 – 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Learn how easy and little time it takes to have such an enormous impact on your local community. Hear directly from Red Cross volunteers about what they do, why they love it and why they keep coming back, the impact of volunteers on the local community, the menu of volunteer opportunities and easy ways to give back to your community. Speak directly to the volunteers and staff from each line of service, ask questions, and learn why they are so passionate about what they do. Find out if the American Red Cross is the right fit for you to volunteer. Where: American Red Cross 10195 Corporate Square Drive St. Louis, MO 63142, 314-516-2800, on Tuesday, February 21, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Please RSVP Kristin Pendleton Kristin.pendleton@redcross.org

Call/text: 314-281-7968

Kristin Pendleton, kristin.pendleton@redcross.org, American Red Cross, 314-281-7968




Memorial Weekend 2019

Calling all Athletes (and volunteers). Senior Olympics signing up sportsmen and women, 50 or better. The St. Louis Senior Olympics, an Olympic-style sporting event for men and women age 50 and older, will soon embark on the 40th year.  The Games will be held over Memorial Day Weekend 2019.  This is a highly visible and organized event with more than 1,200 participants and 300 volunteers. These amazing people are “newbies” and veterans, competitive and fun-seekers, and they join us from nearly 150 neighborhoods across 12 states. We are known as one of the premier Senior Olympics events in the nation. Our long-time success is due to the incredible support we receive from corporate sponsors, community partners, long time participants and dedicated volunteers who share in the excitement and camaraderie that is felt during those days of competition. “We have serious competition, friendly games, and performances. We have volunteer opportunities for all ages. The Games are a chance for the entire community to come together to celebrate the accomplishments of our seniors”, said Phil Ruben, Director of the event. Visit stlouisseniorolympics.org for more information or call 314-442-3279.

Phil Ruben, pruben@jccstl.org, St. Louis Senior Olympics, 314-442-3279,




Christ our Redeemer Church

March 1 – 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

You are invited to an open house celebration. Join St. Louis Oasis on our special day at Christ Our Redeemer Church, 13820 Old Jamestown Road, Florissant, MO, 63303. Friday, March 1, 2019, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Reserve your attendance by Monday, February 25. Contact Tina Duckett at 314-862-4859 ext. 24 or tduckett@oasisisnet.org.  Enjoy refreshments, entertainment, health and wellness screenings, class demonstrations, and more. This is a free event.

Tina Duckett, tduckett@oasisnet.org, St. Louis Oasis, 314-862-4959, www.stloasisnet.org



Villages of St. Peters

March 12 – 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

We will be hosting a mini senior fair on March 12, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Bingo will be from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. We will have 18 vendors present. All are welcome at The Villages of St. Peters, 5400 Executive Centre Pkwy., St. Peters, MO 63376.  Please RSVP to Lori at 314-471-3757.

Lori Guilliams, lori.guilliams@nhccare.com, The Villages of St. Peters, 636-922-7600,




Seniors pampering service at your location.

Pamela Adams, mobilemanicuristtoday@gmail.com, Mobile Manicurist Today,

314-3OBILE47-5271, www.mobilemanicurist.today



Grace Chapel Ministries

Help stop senseless killings. We must change minds and develop respect for life. Every $10 you donate will create a T Shirt that says, "I’m alive, let me survive". Send to Grace Chapel Ministries, P.O. Box 952, Florissant, Mo. or visit website www.gracechapelministries.org.  Phone: 314-995-5013

Rev. Larry Brown, GRACECHAPELDEVELOPMENT@GMAIL.COM, Grace Chapel Ministries, 314-995-5013, www.gracechapelministries.org



Washington University School of Medicine

Brain Health Research Study seeks older adults, ages 60-85, do you have high blood pressure and memory concerns? Washington University’s Division of Geriatrics is seeking research participants for a dementia prevention study aimed at people with high blood pressure. You may qualify if you are 60 to 85 years old, have high blood pressure, and do not exercise vigorously. This 2-year study includes strategies such as aerobic exercise, medication management of blood pressure, or a combination. Call Adriana 314-273-1355.

Adriana Martin, azmartin@wustl.edu, Washington University School of Medicine,

314-273-1355, www.rradTrial.org



Lutheran Senior Services

Insurance information is not needed. Measure your blood pressure, weight, blood sugar levels, and pulse. This free service is offered at Lutheran Senior Services, The Village at Mackenzie Place. Located at 8520 Mackenzie Road, Affton, MO 63123, on Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Call 314-884-7909 for times and more information.

Selma Vereget, selma.vereget@lssliving.org, Lutheran Senior Services, 314-884-7910,




BJC Hospice and Palliative Care

Free monthly caregiver class available to the community.  These classes are offered by Heather Bell, BJC Palliative Care Social Worker.  Classes cover a variety of topics meant to provide useful information and caregiver support.

Class meets on the second Tuesday of the month. From 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Auditorium 1, 3015 N. Ballas Rd, St. Louis, MO  63131.  For additional information, please contact Heather Bell, 314-575-9305.  These classes are free to attend.  To register, please call 314-996-5433.

March 12 and September 10 - Practical Tips for day-to-day home care

Health care professionals will provide helpful advice in providing daily home caregiving, including a registered nurse and a rehab therapist.

April 9 and October 8 - Home Care Choices & How to find assistance at home

Learn about the difference between insurance-approved skilled home care and other home care choices, including private duty, home medical equipment, supplies, and other resources to help in the care of your loved one.

May 14 and November 12 - Legal Matters & Goals of Care

An attorney will present information on important legal matters to address with your loved ones.  A palliative social worker will share ways to discuss goals of care and long-term planning.  Advance Directives will be discussed.

June 11 and December 10 - Alternate Therapies

There are many ways to cope with stress and different therapies will be discussed, such as music therapy, massage therapy, pet therapy, and more.  This will be an experiential class, with enough room for personal questions and needs.

Heather Bell, Social Worker, BJC Hospice and Palliative Home Care,1935 Belt Way Dr., St. Louis, MO  63114, 314-872-5050



Womens’ Fitness and Designed Workouts

For women forty and older, please call to set up your free fitness consultation. Christine will sit down with you and listen to what you would like to do to feel and look better. Please don't let knee or back issues keep you from activity you enjoy as a part of your life. Please call Christine at 314-541-3556.  It will only take 30 minutes. Located in Fenton.

Christine Bond, cbondfit@gmail.com, Womens’ Fitness and designed workouts,




Lutheran Senior Services – The Village at Mackenzie Place

Wednesdays – 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Insurance information is not needed. Measure your blood pressure, weight, blood sugar levels, and pulse. This free service is offered at Lutheran Senior Services, The Village at Mackenzie Place, 8520 Mackenzie Road, Affton, MO 63123 on Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Call 314-884-7909 for times and more information.

Selma Vereget, selma.vereget@lssliving.org, Lutheran Senior Services, 314-884-7910,




Lutheran Senior Services

Insurance information is not needed. Measure your blood pressure, weight, blood sugar levels, and pulse. This free service is offered at Lutheran Senior Services, Dunn Road Manor. Located at 3399 Dunn Road- Florissant, MO 63033, Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Call 314-830-0919 for times and more information. Leigh Anne Hoormann, leighanne.hoormann@lssliving.org, 314-830-0919

Leigh Anne Hoormann, leighanne.hoormann@LSSLiving.org, Lutheran Senior Services

314-830-0919, https://www.lssliving.org



American Red Cross

February 21 - 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Learn about the many volunteer opportunities at the American Red Cross, St. Louis Chapter. Learn how easy and little time it takes to have such an enormous impact on your local community. Hear directly from volunteers about what they do, why they love it and why they keep coming back as the impact of volunteers on the local community. Review the menu of volunteer opportunities and easy ways to give back to your community. Speak directly to the volunteers and staff from each line of service, ask questions, and learn why they are so passionate about what they do. Find out if the American Red Cross is the right fit for you to volunteer. Event held at the American Red Cross, 10195 Corporate Square Drive, St. Louis, MO 63142.  For additional information, call 314-516-2800.  Event scheduled for Thursday, February 21, 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Questions: Kristin Pendleton Cell: 314-281-7968 kristin.pendleton@redcross.org.

Kristin Pendleton, kristin.pendleton@redcross.org, American Red Cross, 314-281-7968,




City of Sunset Hills

February 25

City of Sunset Hills Senior Seminar Series is held on the fourth Friday of each month. Next seminar is scheduled for February 25, 2019, entitled Avoiding Estate and Financial Mistakes. The panelists include estate planning attorneys, financial advisor, and a trust officer. For additional information and to RSVP, please contact at rsvp@olderadultseminars.com.

Ted Gottlieb, REALTOR®, Certified Senior Advisor®, ted@trustinted.com, MORE REALTORS®, 314-690-9922, http://www.trustinted.com



The Hive44 Conference Center

February 27 – 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

March 2 – 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Free Show Me "Best HOME BUYING Practices" Seminar. Thinking of buying a home or are in the beginning stages? From First Time Home Buyers to Sellers looking for their next dream home, this free seminar is great for anyone curious about the steps needed to maximize home buying results. Learn from local experts and leading resource-providers. Receive a free Home Buyer Guide Book: Things to Consider When Buying a Home, What's Covered, while enjoying free refreshments: The benefits of home ownership, Current/trending local real estate market, The cost of not owning a home, How much home you can afford, Overcoming imperfect credit, student loan debt, bankruptcies, short sales, foreclosures, Handling the selling of a home while buying another home, What to do if you are in a lease, Different types of loan products, Closing costs and down payment assistant programs available to qualified buyers, Maximizing your negotiations, and Navigating through the inspection phase. When: Wednesday, February 27, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. or Saturday, March 2, 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

At The HIVE44 Conference Ctr, 1740 Fenpark Dr. Fenton, MO 63026 Register: https://besthomebuyingpractices2.eventbrite.com or Contact: Dennis Daniels 314-337-1534, Ddaniels@MoveWithPlatinum.com

DENNIS DANIELS, dennismdaniels@gmail.com, Show Me MO Realty, 314-337-1534,




Illinois Federation for Teachers

March 6 – 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Medicare for All, Latest News and Politics, hosted by Physicians for a National Health Program-Missouri, on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Illinois Federation of Teachers, 4 Executive Dr, Ste 3, Fairview Heights, Illinois 62208. Single Payer Medicare for All is moving forward through the US Congress. Learn why this is a big deal, what you can do to help, and why this makes so much sense for the future of the United States. The Q&A section will allow for much give and take and provide a better understanding of all sides of healthcare in America. Ed Weisbart MD, chair of the MO chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program, will be the speaker at this meeting of the Southwestern Illinois Democratic Women. The event is free and open to the public, no tickets or RSVPs required.

Don Crozier, doncrozier@gmail.com, Physicians for a National Health Program,

314- 265-3412, http://www.pnhpmo.org/



Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel

June 13 – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Eighth annual long-term care conference, Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel  on Thursday, June 13, 2019. Trying to navigate long-term care, overwhelmed and looking for guidance or are you working in the long-term care community and wanting to learn more about all the changes while earning 7.00 CEUs in one day? VOYCE hosts the 8th annual Changing Landscape of Long-Term Care Conference on June 13, 2019 to answer these questions and bring together the long-term care community. An all-day, educational conference to bring together professional long-term caregivers and individuals from the community to learn dynamic strategies, innovative tools and available options. Conference scheduled for June 13, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel, 9801 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63134. Early Bird Registration (includes continental breakfast and lunch): Long Term Care Professionals: $75 (without CEUs and $125 (with CEUs) for early bird special through May 15. Administrators and Social Workers: opportunity to earn 7.00 CEUs in one day. Learn More: www.voycestl.org/events/long-term-care-conference Meaghan Bailey, mbailey@voycestl.org, VOYCE, 314-918-8222, www.voycestl.org

Mary Lynn Faunda Donovan, mlfdonovan@voycestl.org, VOYCE, 314-918-8222,




Highway 61 Roadhouse

Enjoy “Southern Roadhouse Hospitality” while listening to Suzy’s Playlist featuring vocalist Suzanne Palmer formerly of St. Louis’ celebrated Fabulous Motown Revue as a glowing member of the popular ladies’ trio called Satin. Suzy and her musicians enjoy playing a variety of popular music to include, jazz, R&B, blues and at times show tunes all rolled into one ensemble. Hwy 61 Roadhouse is a Memphis and New Orleans dining experience in Webster Groves. Laissez le bon temps roulez, “Let the good times roll”

Hwy 61 Roadhouse, info@hwy61roadhouse.com, Hwy 61 Roadhouse, 314-968-0061,




Hermann, MO to New Haven, MO

February 16 and 17

Hermann’s Chocolate Wine Trail is a romantic Valentine’s getaway. This Chocolate Wine Trail on February 16 and 17, is a romantic tradition for many couples, who warm up a winter weekend with luscious chocolate and wine pairings at seven stops along the beautiful Hermann Wine Trail, which hugs the Missouri River for twenty scenic miles between Hermann and New Haven. The $30 per person ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass. Participants also may enter a drawing for a $30 gift certificate from each winery and a one-night stay at a Hermann B&B. The ticket price does not include transportation to wineries or additional wine tasting. Wine Trail tickets may be purchased online at www.HermannWineTrail.com or from the Hermann Welcome Center, 800-932-8687. Advance purchase is required. A word to the wise, tickets always sell out early for this popular event.

Patty Held, hermannwinetrail@gmail.com, Hermann Wine Trail, 800-932-8687,




Schlafly Branch Library

February 21 – 7:00 p.m.

Times A Gettin' Harder: The Great Migration, on Thursday, February 21 at 7:00 p.m. at Schlafly Branch Library 225 N. Euclid Avenue. C2C will chronicle individual stories of hardship & triumph of African Americans. Although emancipated, the hopes of freedom were dashed during the Reconstruction Era, crushed further by Jim Crow. African-Americans’ burning desire to control their own destinies led to the decision to pull up one's long planted roots and journey into the unknown is not easily made. Serious questions had to be answered: How bad is it here in the South? How good is it up there? Who in the family will make the journey? How will those left behind be cared for? How much will it cost? Where will I live? The stories will recount through narratives, music, and slides that will describe true accounts of individual lives and collective experiences of people who participated in and witnessed the Great Migration firsthand.

Linda Smith, c2c4socialchange@gmail.com, A Call to Conscience Interactive Theater for Social Change, 314-607-8919, www.acalltoconscience.org



Washington Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church

February 24 – 1:00 p.m.

A Call to Conscience Interactive Theater for Social Change presents, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop”, directed by Fannie Lebby, with musical accompaniment by Cornelius Davis.  Event to be held at Washington Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 3200 Washington Avenue, on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. (Immediately following Sunday Worship). C2C will present Dr. Martin Luther King’s final speech, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” that was delivered at the Mason Temple Church of God in Christ on the eve of his assassination April 3, 1968. Professional actors will read the text of the speech from scripts and perform musical selections that depict the songs popular during the civil rights movement. Featuring Gregory Carr, Thomasina Clarke, Peggy Calvin, Jason Little, Zachary Carter, and Fannie Lebby. Free and open to the public.

Linda Smith, c2c4socialchange@gmail.com, A Call to Conscience Interactive Theater for Social Change, 314-607-8919, www.acalltoconscience.org



Elk’s Club

February 28 – 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

At the Elk’s Club on February 28, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., the St. Louis Banjo Club will provide a free evening of lively music played on "America's fun instrument- the four-string banjo". Sing along and listen to 15 banjo players playing the songs you know. The Elk’s Club is located at 6330 Heege Road (at Mackenzie), St. Louis, MO 63123. For more information, call 314-842-3185 or visit our website: www.stlouisbanjoclub.org. Table seating and cash bar. Snacks available for purchase or bring your own. Hamburgers, Wings, Ravioli and Fries for purchase. The music is free.

Don Dempsey, stlouisbanjoclub@gmail.com, St Lois Banjo Club, 314-842-3185,




Webster University, Luhr Building

February 26 thru 29

All sessions are free of charge at 475 E. Lockwood Ave, Luhr Building, St; Louis, MO

Tuesday, February 26: 9:00-9:30 a.m.: Registration 9:30-9:45 a.m.: Opening Remarks

9:45-10:45 a.m.: A Conversation with Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Champion for All Winner

10:45-11:00 a.m.: Break 11:00 a.m.- Noon: What’s Up with Pronouns These Days? Insights into the Experiences of Trans Students at Webster Noon - 1:00 p.m.: Black Panther: Embracing Race & Gender in Filmmaking 1:00-2:00 p.m.: Decolonizing the University: Towards a Culturally Responsive Curriculum 2:00-3:00 p.m.: Disabilities & Success: What the Students Say 3:00-4:00 p.m.: Title IX Roundtable: The Evolution of Title IX, Where Do We Go from Here 4:00-4:15 p.m.: Closing Thoughts Wednesday, February 27: 8:30-9:00 a.m.: Registration 9:00-9:15 a.m.: Opening Remarks

9:15-10:15 a.m.: A Conversation with Neal Richardson (BS ‘09, MBA ‘12) and Presentation of Young Game Changer Award  10:15-10:30 a.m.: Break

10:30-11:30 a.m.: Reflections of Women and People of Color from the Field of Media Studies and the Advertising Profession 11:30-11:45 a.m.: Break 11:45 am-12:45 p.m.: Financial Literacy as the Great Equalizer12:45-1:45 p.m.: Finding Understanding in Discomfort1:45-2:00 p.m.: Break 2:00-3:00 p.m.: Diversity & Inclusion Dance Performance 3:00-3:15 p.m.: Closing Thoughts Thursday, February 28: (held at Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts, 130 Edgar Rd, Webster Groves, MO 63119)

8:30-9:00 a.m.: Registration 9:00-9:15 a.m.: Opening Remarks 9:15-10:30 a.m.: Keynote Address: Marilyn Booker, Managing Director & Head of Urban Markets Group, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management 10:45-11:45 a.m.: Navigating Corporate America as Diverse Professionals Concurrent Events: 11:30 am-12:50 p.m.: Revolutionary Bodies: Eighty Years of Chinese Concert Dance - Location: Browning Hall Auditorium

Noon-1:30 p.m.: Student Bazaar - Location: East Academic Building, Edward Jones Commons 1:30-3:00 p.m.: Race, A play presented by Civic Arts Company - Location: Browning Hall, Auditorium 3:00-3:15 p.m.: Closing Thoughts - Location: Browning Hall, Auditorium.

Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2019, www.webster.edu



Richmond Heights Community Center

March 2 – 7:00 p.m.

St Louis Genealogical Society announces its tenth annual Trivia Night. Bring family and friends for an enjoyable evening of trivia and games. Assorted, non-genealogical topics. Test your knowledge of people, places, dates and facts. Find a subject or two to match your interests. Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:15 p.m.). Richmond Heights Community Center; 8001 Dale Avenue; St Louis, MO 63117. Includes cash prizes, silent auctions, 50/50, and Dead or Alive. Mulligans will be available. Soft drinks and snacks provided. You are welcome to bring additional food and beverages. Register individually or reserve a table for 8. $20 per person or $160 per table. (Note: No glass containers allowed in this facility.) Registration at https://stlgs.org/events/trivia-night

Ann Hodges, www.publicity@stlgs.org, St Louis Genealogical Society, 314-647-8547,




Missouri History Museum

March 6 – 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

In Partnership with The Missouri History Museum, Maturity and Its Muse presents The Silver Stages Series: Performances by Mature St. Louisans for Mature St. Louisans, Forever Young, on Wednesday, March 6. Under the direction of Robert Denison, the event will be held at the Covenant Place Chorale, Gatesworth Singers, and Brentmoor Singers will perform songs from Oklahoma. Come enjoy the music and story at E. Desmond Lee Auditorium at The Missouri History Museum. Doors open at 10:00 a.m. with performance 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Handicapped accessible and admission is free.  For additional information, contact Lynn Hamilton

314-420-1444 lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org

Lynn Hamilton, lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org, Maturity and Its Muse, 314-420-1444,




Cinema St Louis

March 17

Cinema St. Louis is hosting its 16th annual I Love Movies Trivia Night. The event will consist of ten rounds of movie-related trivia and prize baskets and supreme bragging rights will be awarded for first, second, and third and last places. There will be plenty of door prizes, a movie-themed silent auction, and 50/50 raffle. A sheet of ten mulligans will be on sale for $25 before the start of Round 1. Guests are welcome to bring their own beverages, liquor, and food. All proceeds support Cinema St. Louis, presenter of the St. Louis International Film Festival, and its mission of promoting the best in international, documentary, and American independent cinema.

Bree Maniscalco, bree@cinemastlouis.org, Cinema St. Louis, 314-289-4154,




Missouri History Museum

April 3 – 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Maturity and Its Muse, in partnership with The Missouri History Museum, presents The Silver Stages Series, Performances by Mature St. Louisans for Mature St. Louisans. Missouri Pageant Alumni Club on Wednesday, April 3 (MPAC) Award winning, talented, and gorgeous gals are state and US. pageant award winning singers, dancers, baton twirlers, and piano players. Event held at E. Desmond Lee Auditorium at The Missouri History Museum, with doors open at 10:00 a.m. and performance 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Handicapped Accessible and admission is free.  For additional information, contact Lynn Hamilton 314-420-1444 lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org

Lynn Hamilton, lynn@maturityanditsmuse.org, Maturity and Its Muse, 314-420-1444,




Hermann Wine Trail

April 6

Farmers' Table Wine Trail on April 6.  Come enjoy the best of what Missouri has to offer. Meet the local farmers behind the food as you taste your way through seven delectable wine and food pairings along the Hermann Wine Trail. Participating wineries include Adam Puchta, Bias, Dierberg Star Lane, Hermannhof, OakGlenn, Robller and Stone Hill. The $30 ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass. Purchase tickets in advance online at www.HermannWineTrail.com or call the Hermann Welcome Center at 800-932-8687. Made possible by Missouri Common Ground and the Hermann Wine Trail.

Patty Held, hermannwinetrail@gmail.com, Hermann Wine Trail, 800-932-8687,




Siteman Cancer Center

Enjoy selections from popular music, Broadway, and opera, a night of amazing performances to benefit leading-edge cancer research at Siteman Cancer Center. Our tenth Anniversary Event will feature special guest host Christine Brewer. The Grammy Award-winner has been named one of the top 20 sopranos of all time (BBC Music).

Kimberly Singer, kimberly@ksingercreative.com, Kimberly Singer Creative,

314-266-9489, http://www.singforsiteman.org/



Happy Hooves Events

In this hands-on, intimate event, you are paired 1-on-1 with a horse to feed, groom, and watch the herd canter to the pasture at twilight. Bonfire, hot chocolate, smores. Only $100 for a group up to five. For an additional $10 JB Photography will be offering a keepsake photo. This will be delivered by email within 48 hours after the event. Great for animal lovers of all kinds.

Pam Meister, happyhoovesevents@gmail.com, Happy Hooves Equine Rescue,

618- 977-5127, https://www.facebook.com/events/531878783983552/



Missouri Athletic Club

February 22

Meet St. Louis City Board of Alderman Presidential Candidates Jamilah Nasheed, Megan Ellyia Green and Lewis Reed.  Here's your opportunity to pose questions to and hear responses from our city's Board of Alderman presidential candidates in a private setting.  Event to be held at the Missouri Athletic Club-Downtown, Hall of Fame Room, fourth floor, 405 Washington Ave. St. Louis, MO.  Parking is available in the attached garage (parking ticket will be validated).  Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m., with the forum at noon.  Buffet lunch (not required to attend) is $20 for Press Club members, and $23 for all others.  If coming for lunch buffet, you may pay by credit card online or if paying by check, mail to St. Louis Press Club, PO Box 410522, St. Louis, MO 63141.

Due to limited space, reservations are required for all attendees by email to info@stlpressclub.org or phone to 314-449-8029.

St. Louis Press Club, info@stlouispressclub.org



St. Louis Press Club and Journalism

Applications for scholarships awarded through the St. Louis Press Club and Journalism Foundation are now available for the 2019-2020 academic year at St. Louis Press Club website, www.stlpressclub.org or contact Glenda Partlow, 314-449-8029, info@stlpressclub.org. Deadline for application submission is April 1, 2019.

The scholarship program is open to students who live in the St. Louis metropolitan area, including St. Louis city; the Missouri counties of Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, St. Charles, St. Louis and Warren; and the Illinois counties of Bond, Clinton, Jersey, Madison, Monroe and St. Clair. Applicants must plan to enroll as full-time students for the 2019 fall term with courses in journalism, mass communications, public relations, advertising or writing. They must have completed their freshman year of college by that time. Graduate students carrying at least six hours in the above curricula are also eligible.

Scholarship recipients are chosen on the basis of aptitude, interest in pursuing a journalism or communications career, academic standing and financial need. This year’s scholarships will be presented at a May luncheon in St. Louis. 

The awards are made in cooperation with the St. Louis Press Club, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists, Baseball Writers’ Association, Missouri Professional Communicators, United Media Guild and Times Newspapers in cooperation with Webster University and Fleishman-Hillard, Inc.

Last year, scholarships totaling over $23,000 were awarded to 15 college and graduate students in journalism and related courses of study. Additional information is available from the St. Louis Press Club's scholarship chairperson, Claudia Burris. She may be reached at 636-464-3655 or burriscl12@gmail.com.

Glenda Partlow, 314-449-8029, info@stlpressclub.org



Humana Medicare Advantage Plan

Humana Medicare Advantage Plan Addresses High Fall Rates Among Older Adults in St. Louis Humana Inc. is offering a Medicare Advantage plan in St. Louis with a fall prevention benefit. The benefit is administered by Washington University in conjunction with The Home Hazard Removal Program (HARP), a home hazard removal and fall risk intervention delivered in the home by occupational therapists to assess home hazards and reduce physical and financial burden due to falls. The program’s outcomes have demonstrated a reduction in falls during studies conducted by researchers at Washington University. The fall prevention benefit is tailored for Medicare beneficiaries who live in St. Louis to address the high frequency of falls among this population – a dangerous and costly problem that plagues Missouri with a high rate of injury by falling, 31 percent higher than the national average. The benefit is a part of the Humana Gold Plus (HMO) plan and is only available to members who are enrolled in the plan in St. Louis. The benefit will be available to as many as 2,000 Humana members in the St. Louis area beginning January 1, 2019. For more information about Humana’s 2019 Medicare offerings, visit www.Humana.com/Medicare or call toll-free 1-877-877-0714 (TTY: 711).

Marvin Hill, mhill1@humana.com, Humana, 502-580-3950, www.Humana.com/Medicare



Care Solutions In-Home Service, LLC

Care Solutions In-Home Services LLC is now contracted to provide home care to Veterans in St. Louis and the surrounding counties through the Veterans Choice Program Provider Agreement. We also service Veterans or their surviving spouse through the Aid and Attendance Benefit Program. If you are a Veteran in need of quality home care services, contact our office at 314-289-9990. Let us be your Care Solution.

Kasan Moorehead, kmoorehead@caresolutionsihs.com, Care Solutions In-Home Services LLC, 314-289-9990, www.CareSolutionsIHS.com



Bilingual International Assistant Services

Welcome your neighbors yard signs are available from Bilingual International Assistant Services. The sign and metal stand are offered for donation of $10, a fundraiser that benefits our Macklind International Senior Center. For more information, contact us at: 314-645-7800, ext. 200 admin@bilingualstl.org, 1329 Macklind Ave., 63110 https://www.bilingualstl.org/2018/09/welcome-your-neighbor

Ellen Sherman, ellen.sherman@bilingualstl.org, Bilingual International Assistant Services, 314-645-7800, www.bilingualstl.org



Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired introduces new eyeglass mounted technology to St. Louis. The Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired announces the introduction of OrCam MyEye a new wearable device that mounts on glasses, receives visual information and speaks to the wearer, recognizes products and identifies faces. The Orcam is now available exclusively at the Society. According to David Ekin, President of the Society, “This device makes the world of difference for those who have limited vision. We are excited to introduce this remarkable device which interprets visual information using a smart camera mounted on the frames of the wearer’s eyeglasses and allows them to instantly and discreetly read their mail, newspapers and magazines, restaurant menus, even recognize faces and objects, opening up a whole new world! This only adds to the many options we offer for those with low vision”. OrCam is available for demonstration, training and purchase through the Society. The price for the base reader only is $2,500 or $3,500 ($4,500 wireless) for a device with all options. Anyone needing the Society’s services, including the OrCam demonstration, may visit www.slsbvi.org or call the Society’s office at 314-968-9000.

David Ekin, davide@slsbvi.org, Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired,

314-968-9000, www.slsbvi.org



Independent Transportation Network (ITN) Gateway

ITN Gateway is providing transportation services for those age 60+ and those who are visually impaired, age 21 and over, in a defined area within St. Louis County. Independent Transportation Network (ITN) is a national non-profit transportation system in existence for over 20 years with an affiliate in St. Charles Co for 8 years. It will serve these zip codes in STL County: 63005, 63011, 63017, 63105, 63117, 63124, 63130, 63131, 63132, 63141, 63143, 63144, 63146. Individuals submit an application with an administration fee of $50 or $75 per couple and are provided rides to anywhere they want to go within the service area for any reason, 24/7 at a cost of only $1.50 per mile with a $2.50 pick-up fee. No money ever exchanges hands with the drivers. ITN utilizes volunteer drivers to provide affordable, high-quality, door-through-door and arm-through-arm services. Drivers are screened with a criminal background check and motor-vehicle check and are thoroughly interviewed, screened and trained. Volunteers can earn credits that other family members or friends can use for ITN’s services or can get reimbursed for mileage. To volunteer or sign up for the service call 314-724-2117 or e-mail info@itngateway.org

Libbey Tucker, libbey.tucker@gmail.com, 314-724-2117, www.itngateway.org



St. Louis HELP Website

Wednesday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

St. Louis HELP has New Website For free loans of home health equipment – from manual and electric wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, crutches, canes, hospital beds, lift chairs and more – visit the new website of The St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program (St. Louis HELP) at https://www.stlhelp.org  The new website explains how the nonprofit organization provides free loans of home health devices to anyone recovering from accidents, illness and surgery, including children, senior citizens and people who are disabled. The not-for-profit organization founded in 2008 serves more than 6,000 people a year in metro St. Louis with free loans of home medical equipment. Our free lending warehouse is open Wednesday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the St. Louis suburb of Olivette. To learn more about St. Louis Help see http://www.stlhelp.org or call 314-567-4700 to discuss any needs for home medical

Jeff Dunlap, jmdpr2@gmail.com, St. Louis HELP Warehouse, 314-567-4700, www.stlhelp.org/equipmentloans   



National Council for Aging

National Council for Aging Care's guide concerning Military Veteran Benefit Options can be found at http://www.aging.com/complete-guide-for-veteran-seniors/

Carolina Gerard, Outreach Intern, carolina@aging.com, National Council for Aging Care, 1530 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22209



Barnes-Jewish County Hospital Hospice House

Evelyn’s House helps ‘make every moment count’ at end of life. New BJC hospice house in Creve Coeur offers compassionate care for adults, teens, children and families.  Evelyn’s House, the new BJC hospice house, located on the campus of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in Creve Coeur, MO, is open and accepting patients. With 16 beds, the spacious 18,000-square-foot ranch style house, offers a full array of services and support for adults, children and their families. Features include:  16 private guest suites for adults, teens and children, walkout patio from every suite, Hospice-specialized care team, family gathering spaces with overnight accommodations, dedicated music and expressive therapy rooms, family kitchen and café, meditation room and gardens, kids and teen activity room, with a salon and spa. For more information call 314-996-8100 or visit www.bjchospice.org/evelynshouse 

Cara Lotspeich, cara.lotspeich@bjc.org, BJC Hospice, 314-273-0759, www.bjchospice.org


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Missouri Baptist Medical Center

March 12 thru December 10

BJC Home Care Services provides a caregiver class on a variety of topics that are meant to provide useful information and support for caregivers, patients and families. Dates: Second Tuesday of the month, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Auditorium 1 on March 12, April 9, May 14, June 11, July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, and December 10.

Heather Bell, heather.bell@bjc.org, BJC Home Care, 314-575-9305


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Missouri Poison Center

The Missouri Poison Center would like your help in finding audiences for a new program targeted at seniors ages 65 years and older who are independent in taking their medications. We are looking to speak to groups up to about 15 adults in a conversational/interactive program to teach about avoiding medication mishaps. We will address such topics as: being an active assertive participant in your own health care, keeping an up-to-date medication list, and safe storage and administration of medications. This program will take approximately 60 minutes. If we can provide this program to your senior group or you have interest in medication safety please contact Amanda Ruback, at the Missouri Poison Center. Amanda Ruback, amanda.ruback@ssmhealth.com, Missouri Poison Center, 314-612-5719, www.missouripoisoncenter.org.

Amanda Ruback, amanda.ruback@ssmhealth.com, Missouri Poison Center,

314-612-5719, https://missouripoisoncenter.org/



Lutheran Senior Services

Some of our senior residents need a little assistance getting from here to there within their Lutheran Senior Service community. Assisting with pushing a wheelchair or lending a steady arm can mean so much to someone and allow them to join in on daily activities. Consider volunteering as a transporter. (No driving required).

Gina Timme, gina.timme@lssliving.org, Lutheran Senior Services, 314-373-4094,




Aging Ahead

Aging Ahead is looking for dependable drivers to deliver Meals on Wheels to home-bound seniors in St. Louis, St. Charles, Franklin and Jefferson County. We serve over 2700 meals a day to seniors who depend on our services. This volunteer position commit is as little as one day a month or once a week. You will be delivering a noontime meal to a specific route of your choice in one of our four counties. Time and days are flexible. Contact info@agingahead.org to get more information.

Stephanie Patrick, spatrick@agingahead.org, Aging Ahead, 636-207-0847,




Preferred Hospice

Make a difference in someone's life by volunteering. Provide a needed hug or listen to cherished memories. If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering please contact me, Tracy, at Preferred Hospice by phone 636-527-9330 or email tsweazey.stl@preferredhospice.com.

Tracy Kennison, tsweazey.stl@preferredhospice.com, Preferred Hospice,




Washington University School of Medicine

Ages 60-85, do you have high blood pressure and memory concerns? Washington University’s Division of Geriatrics is seeking research participants for a dementia prevention study aimed at people with high blood pressure. You may qualify if you are 60 to 85 years old, have high blood pressure, and do not exercise vigorously. This

2-year study includes strategies such as aerobic exercise, medication management of blood pressure, or a combination. Call Adriana 314-273-1355

Adriana Martin, azmartin@wustl.edu, Washington University School of Medicine,

314-273-1355, www.rradtrial.org



Connect Room & Board

We are Connect Room & Board, created by two moms wanting to make college more affordable. Connect R&B is a network of hosts and students who, once they pass a background check, register on our site to communicate details such as house rules prior to forming a match. Once the match is made the student pays $1,500 for one semester of housing. We are currently looking for hosts and have found that seniors benefit greatly from this program as guests can exchange help around the house, rides to appointments and companionship for reduced rental of a spare room. Our goal is to aid as many students as possible achieve the dream of a higher education.

Jill McCoy, connectrnb@gmail.com, Connect Room & Board, 636-346-8208,




Washington University School of Medicine

A research study is underway to see if exercise and testosterone gel for six months improves physical function after a hip fracture. You may qualify if you are a female age 65 or older and have had surgical repair of a hip fracture in the last 14 weeks. All transportation is provided. Contact 314-273-0337 or banachm@wustl.edu for more information.

Mary Banach, banachm@wustl.edu, Washington University, Div. of Geriatrics,

314-273-0337, www.stephistudy.wustl.edu 



Anodyne Podiatry

Anodyne Podiatry is prepared to provide specialized foot care in your home.  Our clinicians are health professionals, providing preventative care to improve comfort and mobility.  A medically trained clinician provides care assistance, nail care, assessments in areas of concern, and with your physician develops an individualized treatment plan.  Anodyne Podiatry home foot care provides in-home nail care, preventative care, and follow-up care of the feet.

Megan Hollandsworth, megan.hollandsworth11@gmail.com, Anodyne Podiatry,




American Red Cross

Join us and learn how easy and little time it takes to have such an enormous impact on your local community. Learn the impact the American Red Cross volunteers have on the local community and how you can help: save lives by installing smoke detectors, provide support at local blood drives, and more.  Learn about the menu of volunteer opportunities and ways you can give back to your community Speak directly to the volunteers and staff from each line of service, ask questions, and learn why they are so passionate about what they do. Come experience the mission and find out if the American Red Cross is the right fit for you to volunteer.

Kristin Pendleton, kristin.pendleton@redcross.org, American Red Cross, 314-281-7968,




Hope Hospice

Hope Hospice is looking for veterans willing and able to volunteer their time to salute our Veteran hospice clients around the St. Louis area. Volunteers can participate in honor ceremonies, and/or provide ongoing companionship. Contact Mary Sanders, Volunteer Coordinator for more information at 314-399-5621

Mary Sanders, bereavement@hopehospicstl.com, Hope Hospice, 314-399-5621, www.hopehospicestl.com 



Crossroads Hospice and Palliative Care

November is a traditional time for recognizing the service and commitment of those who have served their country as a member of the Armed Services.

Crossroads Hospice and Palliative Care wants to enlist former military personnel from across the Greater St. Louis region to serve as volunteers to assist in providing care and comfort for hospice patients who are themselves Veterans. (Patients who are Veterans often find it easier to communicate with a fellow Veteran.)

FYI, Medicare guidelines require all hospices to have a team of volunteers providing day-to-day administrative and/or direct patient care services in an amount that equals at least 5% of total patient care hours of all paid hospice employees and contract staff.

Thank you in advance for helping us spread the word.

Thomas Derr, tderr@sprytecom.com, 215-620-7723



St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program

Non-profit St. Louis HELP loans reconditioned wheelchairs, hospital beds, walkers, crutches, scooters, shower chairs, tub benches, grab bars, pediatric equipment and other medical equipment to anyone absolutely free. Call St. Louis HELP at

314-567-4700, or see the website http://www.stlhelp.org. The Overland Farmers Market is at 2512 Woodson Road. See website http://overlandfarmersmarket.com.

Jeff Dunlap, jmdpr2@gmail.com, St. Louis HELP Warehouse, 314-409-5203,


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