Saturday, February 16, 2013

ONSLRG’s e-Newsletter, Article on “Characters” of Old North, + Reminder about ONSLRG Annual Meeting

The Old North St. Louis Restoration Group e-Newsletter is out.  If you didn’t get this in your email in-box, click HERE to view the web-version.

Within this edition, you’ll find:

  • Another Invitation to Join Us on Monday, Feb. 18th for ONSLRG’s Annual Meeting & Pot-Luck Supper
  • link to our YouTube video with very rapid-pace overview of most of the events, activities, and developments in Old North during 2012 (or you can just click HERE to see it)
  • link to a story and video in the St. Louis Beacon about Old North as a “Web of Artists, Rehabbers, and General Characters” (or you can just click HERE)
  • Congratulations (again) to Tino Ochoa for his being names one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s “40 Under 40″ individuals who are making a difference in St. Louis
  • Information about our “Brickstarter” campaign to raise funds for the stabilization and preservation of Old North’s architectural integrity, starting with the majestic, brick building at 1316 North Market
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