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Monday, April 9, 2007

House Tour Plans & Post-Dispatch Coverage of Mullanphy

Day 8 of “45 Days in Old North”

Mullanphy Update: We really are working on more than the Mullanphy preservation, but we keep getting good news, so we just have to pass it on. Today’s Post-Dispatch carried an article on the recent storm damage and the efforts to mobilize support for the preservation. The print version was on page 1 of the Metro section; the story can also be viewed online here: Efforts to save 1867 building are dealt extra blow by recent storm.

House Tour Update: We’re 33 days away from the annual Old North St. Louis House & Community Tour and still could use some volunteers to help at the registration area and to greet visitors at the dozen or so tour sites. Contact Jane at the ONSLRG office by phone at 314-241-5031 or by email: jane@onslrg.org if you’d like to help make the organization’s biggest event of the year a great success once again.

Advance tickets are still available for the low price of $10 at the ONSLRG office, at Crown Candy, or online via www.ONSL.org. Tickets will be available on the day of the tour, Saturday, May 12, for $12 at the registration area, St. Louis Avenue & N. 14th Street. The tour is made possible by generous support from several corporate sponsors, including lead sponsor Bank of America. And did we mention that a free ice cream cone from Crown Candy comes with each paid ticket on the day of the tour?

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