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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Scenes from ONSLRG’s Annual Meeting & Pot-Luck Supper

A good crowd of Old North residents and friends gathered last night at the former Parks Drug Store building at Crown Square for Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s Annual Meeting and Pot-Luck supper.  In addition to the opportunity to share a tasty meal with neighbors, the event provided ONSLRG an occasion to present highlights of an incredibly eventful last year and our ambitious agenda for the new year.  The members present elected 4 individuals to serve on the ONSLRG board for the 2009-2011 term.  These individuals include Dave Eisenbraun, Graham Lane, Stefene Russell, and Ben Sever.

A nice spread of home-cooked food

A nice spread of home-cooked food

Fun for the whole family

Fun for the whole family

ONSLRG Board President with Rod Jones and David Weber from Grace Hill

ONSLRG Board President Tino Ochoa with Rod Jones and David Weber from Grace Hill

Tino Ochoa discusses ONSLRG's plans for the new year

Tino Ochoa discusses ONSLRG's plans for 2009

Alderwoan April Ford Griffin presented an update on developments throughout the 5th Ward

Alderwoman April Ford Griffin presented an update on developments throughout the 5th Ward

Current and new ONSLRG board members

Current and new ONSLRG board members

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