Read All About It, as Announced by Eureka-Wildwood Patch Readers
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Following is a recap of some of the latest developments. Just follow the hyperlinks to more details about each one.
Wildwood Girl Scouts attended the unveiling for national Girl Scout Forever® stamp that commemorates the organization’s 100th anniversary.
Hot Dogs Belong on the Grill—Not in the Car, reminds National Association of Professional Pet Sitters representatives, who urge pet parents to consider their pets’ safety and avoid taking their furry friend along for the car ride now that summer temperatures are rising. NAPPS is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals.
Congrats to a 16-year-old musician from Wildwood, Phillip Sansone, who is playing the bass at the Innsbrook Institute Summer Music Academy and Festival this week. He is a student at The Fulton School at St. Albans, just outside of Wildwood. Sansone and a group of select student musicians will be performing a Chamber Music Series on Saturday (June 16) at 1 p.m. at the Innsbrook Conference Center.
GO! St. Louis All-American 5K & Fun Run is set for Sunday (June 17). This is a first-time Father’s Day race.
Wednesday Club of Eureka promotes reading through the "I LOVE Books; Bring a Friend to Read Contest. It is a communitywide contest that runs through July 30.
Enter a Taste of Home contest to become the Mrs. Holiday spokesperson, which comes with a $50,000 payment.