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Friday, August 28, 2009

Moonlight Ramble Shines Spotlight on Mullanphy Emigrant Home

The Mullanphy Emigrant Home building in Old North St. Louis got some good air time this morning on KSDK.

The Mullanphy Emigrant Home building in Old North St. Louis got some good air time this morning on KSDK.

NewsChannel 5’s “Today in St. Louis” aired a story this morning on Hostelling International’s annual Moonlight Ramble bike ride (scheduled for tomorrow night), and used the occasion to put in a few plugs for the Mullanphy Emigrant Home.   You can view the whole story online, by clicking on this link.  Mark Cockson, executive director of Hostelling International-Gateway Council, told reporter Heidi Glaus that proceeds from this year’s Moonlight Ramble would help pay for a feasibility study on the development of world class hostel at the Mullanphy building.  To register online or to find out more about the ride, which typically draws more than 10,000 riders for the middle of the night event, visit the Moonlight Ramble website.

Channel 5 reporter Heid Glaus interviewing Mark Cockson inside the Mullanphy building.

Channel 5 reporter Heid Glaus interviewing Mark Cockson inside the Mullanphy building.

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