We are excited to announce that on October 19, Mrs. Harriet Patton was awarded the 2017 Kirkwood Human Rights Commission Award for Excellence. For the full story please visit: http://www.timesnewspapers.com/Articles-News-c-2017-10-26-202316.114137-sub-Human-Rights-Commission-Honors-Harriet-Patton.html. Congratulations Mrs. Patton!
Please join us tomorrow, August 5th in the Meacham Park Memorial Park for our final 2017 Pride in Our Park event.
We will be holding a Back to School Rally with school supplies giveaway (first come, first serve, limited quantities). In addition, we will have Comtrea Dental onsite providing FREE dental screenings and fluoride treatments for youths under 18 years of age with a parent signature.
We look forward to seeing everyone there for this last great event of the summer!
On June 9, 2017, the 2017 Pride in Our Park Committee in collaboration with Kirkwood Parents As Teachers, Kirkwood Early Childhood Center, Robinson Elementary, Kirkwood Public Library, the YMCA, and The Magic House, hosted the Grow What You Know event in the Meacham Park Memorial Park. It was a wonderful event and fun was had by all who attended! A big thank you to all those who volutneered on that day and who have continued to volunteer throughout the summer. Stay tuned as several more events will follow.
Open registration for Team 50 boys and girls club winter Basketball season.
Team 50 Warriors, a youth basketball team comprised of players from Kirkwood and Webster Groves, recently won the Mathews-Dickey 4th Grade Tournament and also won the league championship. The team was formed in memory of Anthony Smith, a 2001 Kirkwood High School graduate who died of cancer in 2008.