Saturday, February 23, 2013
Manchester Road isn't the only source of life in Maplewood and Brentwood, according to a St. Louis Magazine feature. Vote for your favorite spot in our poll!
Do you think mid-County could use some simplifying? St. Louis Magazine contributor Thomas Crone proposes a new concept. "Here’s a starter: Brentwood, Richmond Heights and Maplewood should get the ball rolling by forming a new, mid-County super town," he writes. "In this new environment, Maplewood would be the funky corner of this new municipality, the place to go for a drink or a meal, with the super-walkable Manchester providing all kind of options between Southwest and Big Bend." Crone highlights options that are also available along Sutton Boulevard, including The Wood, Orbit Pinball Lounge, Saratoga Lanes, American Legion Post 103 and Foley's Bar & Grill. Read the full feature on St. Louis Magazine. Which featured bar is your favorite…
Friday, January 25, 2013
Get eggs, sausage, hash browns, bacon and more at the G. I. Joe Breakfast at Goff-Moll American Legion, Post 101 on Saturday morning.
- On Patch
Friday, January 25
Monday, July 4, 2011
Brentwood's American Legion Goff-Moll Post 101 was host to a small crowd that gathered for an Independence Day ceremony to respectfully dispose of worn American flags.
The American Legion Goff-Moll Post 101 flag retirement ceremony served as both solemn occasion and celebration this Independence Day. Attendees paused to appreciate their freedoms as Americans and the sacrifices of American military veterans, then joined together for traditional Fourth of July barbecue fare. American Legion member Mike Laub said that the post had received about 100 flags for disposal. "Most of them are in pretty bad shape," he said. "People don't know the protocol for when and how to display the flag, so they wear out pretty quickly." "It used to be from dawn to dusk," added Post 101 member Leo Lang, "and now it's gotten to the point where you don't even have to light it at night." Not every flag showed up in shreds …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
The proclamation encourages residents to support the American Legion's efforts.
From May 5-7, members of American Legion Auxiliary at Post 103—the veterans hall in Maplewood—will be stationed across the city as they seek donations for a program that raises money for disabled war veterans. The three days are known as Poppy Days. Members will be camped at Schlafly Bottleworks, Shop 'n Save, Walgreens and Steak 'n Shake, where they'll sell red poppy flowers to honor fallen veterans. Mayor James White proclaimed the days as "Poppy Days in the City of Maplewood" during a city council meeting on Tuesday night. In the proclamation, he explained that the red poppy is a symbol of sacrifice of lives in wars. The full text is repeated below: Whereas, America is the land of freedom, preserved and protected willingly and freely by…