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Saturday, April 7, 2007

Mullanphy Preservation Update

Day 6 of “45 Days in Old North”

The community-based campaign to save the Mullanphy Emigrant Home building is picking up steam with support for the cause coming from throughout St. Louis and all over the country, including one contribution from Wisconsin received via PayPal today. The SaveMullanphy.org website is up and running (click on the link in the sidebar to the right) and will have details on the history and signicance of the building coming soon. The site currently has a copy of a flyer for a fund raiser scheduled for April 14 at the Schlafly Bottleworks on Southwest in Maplewood. The flyer was produced by the best graphic designer in the City of St. Louis, Nate Sprehe, who also happens to be an ONSL resident and chair of the ONSLRG Marketing Committee.
Plans for the event on the 14th came about rather quickly after a few of the members of the host committee decided that further stabilization work needs to get started as quickly as possible - and that the only way to do that is to raise a large sum of money very soon. Attendees at the April 14 event will be asked to contribute generously to the cause.

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