1 - CaRDinaL RitteR senior services BoaRD of DiReCtoRs officers President, Rosemary Fairhead Vice President, Victoria Horst treasurer, Daniel G. Wienstroer secretary, William Hopfinger assistant secretary, sr. suzanne Wesley, CsJ MeMBeRs Julia e. andert David G. Behlman steve Bova Daniel D. Callahan Jack Challis Patricia Demuth Robert L. Devereux thomas Doherty Joseph F. Dwyer, Jr. edward J. Griesedieck James Laurentius Jacquelin naunheim Brian J. o Malley susan Reese David schlafly sr. Pauline schwandt, osf Kathy sliefert Dan theodoro, MD Barbara tricomi ohala J. Ward susan M. Wilson - From the Ceo... Dear Friends, In this August issue of Living you will see the continuum of care provided to the Saint Louis community and surrounding counties by Cardinal Ritter Senior Services. We are including it is as a reminder and a resource to you to refer senior adults, their families and caregivers you may know who need some or any of the services we offer. The continuum of care provided by CRSS is available because of the generosity of the United Way of Greater Saint Louis, grants from corporations and foundations as well as generous gifts from you, our donors, our partners in ministry. During this very hot summer and unpredictable severe weather episodes, we have seen our residents and clients suffering in difficult circumstances, especially those living on their own in the community. Fear of sky high utility bills prevents many from using the air conditioning units and fans in the apartment or house and choices are made that can be life altering. Recently on a sweltering day, the power went out in a neighborhood in which one of our senior independent housing sites is located. Our staff immediately took our cooled buses down and got the emergency generator hooked up for large fans in the common areas. When power was restored and everyone returned safely to the apartments, I began to think about the seniors in their very hot homes all around that area. Most did not have an alternative or rescue system in place they literally sweat it out. Your support of CRSS makes it possible for us to help senior men and women across the Saint Louis area live safely and make healthy choices. People without resources are generally without choices. Thank you for helping us help those in need by joining us to carry the mission of Jesus in the spirit of Beatitudes. Have wonderful days the rest of the summer! Our prayer for each of you is one of gratefulness. in this issue: Letter from Ceo 1 Program Map and Listing 2-3 Donor List 4-5 Sister Suzanne Wesley, CSJ Chief Executive Officer Cardinal Ritter Senior Services Ways to Give 6 st. agnes apartments 6 Help Wanted 7 Fall 2011 Friends of CRss 7 CRss Raffle
2 CRSS Adult St. Louis, MO 6 St. Charles, MO Bridgeton, MO 6 1 CRSS Adult D 7663 Watson R On the Cardina 2 St. Robert Ad First Capit St. Charles, MO CRSS Homem CRSS Homem 7601 Watson Roa St. Louis, MO CRSS Social 4 Social Service 7601 Watson Ro 170 St. Louis, MO Social Service First Capito CRSS Senior Apartments Holy Angels A DePaul Lan Bridgeton, MO At Highways I Holy Angels DePaul La Visit the CRSS website at for more detailed information on CRSS locations sites. At Highways I-27 St. Charles County Manchester Ave. St. Louis County Meramec River MISSOURI Olive Blvd. Missouri River St. Charles s Rock k Rd. Lindbergh Clayton Rd. Page Ave. Kirkwood Rd Gravois Rd. Missouri so i River Kingshighway gh way St. Louis City Grand Blvd. Mississippi si s sip ipp pi i River r Mississippi si i s sip pi i River r eillinois N Homemaker Program The Homemaker program provides trained and qualified workers to perform personal care, housekeeping duties and companionship in the senior adult s home regardless of race, creed, religion or income level. The goal of the program is to assist senior adults so they can remain in their homes longer. For information on the Homemaker Program call and in St. Charles call Social Services CRSS has a dedicated Social Services Department that provides seniors and their caregivers access to extensive services and support programs, information resources, and referral services. Call for more information. Foster Grandparent Program The Foster Grandparent Program is a federally funded program established in 1965 to have individuals 55 years or older and income eligible provide a stable, caring and loving relationship with children. Grandparents volunteer 20 hours per week. Call for more information. Adult Day Program CRSS s two Adult Day Programs assist families caring for senior adults in both the St. Louis and St. Charles area, who do not yet need 24 hour nursing care. Maintaining or improving functional levels, providing stimulation and motivation, enhancing self-image, preventing premature nursing home placement and providing respite for caregivers are goals 8 Holy Infant A 7663 Watson Ro Shrewsbury, MO of the program. For more information in St. Louis call and in St. Charles call Our Lady of Life Independent Living Apartments Our Lady of Life Apartments located in Shrewsbury offers a private-pay option for senior adults looking for a quality retirement lifestyle and community. A variety of spacious floor plans for one and two bedroom apartments are available and include a chapel, beauty salon, laundry facility and fitness room. One delicious meal a day in the dining room and a variety of activities and events are also included. Contact Our Lady of Life for a tour and more information at
3 CRSS Adult Day Programs 9 Pope John Paul II Apartments 6325 Waterways Drive Florissant, MO CRSS Adult Day Program 7663 Watson Road North St. Louis County St. Agnes Apartments 2840 Wisconsin St. Louis, MO St. Robert Adult Day Program 1424 First Capitol Drive South South St. Louis St. Charles, MO St. Clar e of Assisi Senior Village 409 Warrenton Village Drive Warrenton, MO CRSS Homemaker Program Warren County 3 CRSS Homemaker Program 7601 Watson Road St. John Neumann Apartments 8424 Lucas & Hunt Road Jennings, MO CRSS Social Services 13 North St. Louis County St. Joseph Apartments 7677 Watson Road 4 Social Services 7601 Watson Road St. Patrick Apartments I 5 Social Services at St. Robert s 1424 First Capitol Drive South St. Charles, MO Bluff Parks Drive Florissant, MO North St. Louis County CRSS Assisted Living Facilities 19 DuBourg House 5890 Eichelberger St. Louis, MO South St. Louis 20 Mother of Perpetual Help 7609 Watson Road St. Elizabeth Hall 325 N. Newstead St. Louis, MO Central West End CRSS Skilled Nursing Center 22 Mary, Queen and Mother Center Mary, Queen and Mother Center 7601 Watson Road CRSS Senior Living Apartments 6 Holy Angels Apartments I 3455 DePaul Lane Bridgeton, MO At Highways I-270 & I Holy Angels Apartments II 3499 DePaul Lane Bridgeton, MO At Highways I-270 & I-70 Holy Infant Apartments 7663 Watson Road Shrewsbury, MO St. Patrick Apartments II 583 Bluff Parks Drive Florissant, MO North St. Louis County St. William Apartments I 1979 Hanley Road Dardenne Prairie, MO St. Charles County St. William Apartments II 1983 Hanley Road Dardenne Prairie, MO St. Charles County Our Lady of Life Apartments 7655 Watson Road Cardinal Ritter Senior Services (CRSS) provides services to improve the quality of life for senior adults by promoting and providing health assistance, housing facilities, social services and programs, and volunteer opportunities in St. Louis City and County, as well as in St. Charles, Jefferson, Franklin and Warren Counties. This map and brief program summaries reflect the continuum of services CRSS provides the community. Affordable Senior Apartment Living CRSS offers 13 Affordable Senior Living Apartments throughout St. Louis subsidized in partnership with HUD. Each apartment building provides a sense of community and the privacy you desire. Efficiency units and one bedroom apartments meet the needs of senior adults who want some services and programs on site and the freedom to come and go according to lifestyles. Amenities at the apartments include a Service Coordinator available on site weekly, transportation for activities and shopping and most units include carpeting, window treatments, kitchenettes, individually controlled heat and air conditioning and showers with safety cord. Utilities, except for telephone, are included at most locations. For information on a specific site, please contact the manager of that apartment at the phone number listed or visit Assisted Living CRSS s three assisted living facilities offer independence with a little help. Assisted Living Facilities offer twenty-four hour supervision and security, three nutritious meals daily, medication storage and distribution, personal care assistance, beautician services, laundry, housekeeping, transportation for activities and an emergency call system. Skilled Nursing Care and Rehab Mary Queen and Mother Center CRSS provides skilled nursing care and short and long term rehabilitation services at Mary Queen and Mother Center in Shrewsbury. Meeting residents health needs and providing comfort and a feeling of security are priorities for our care team. Families are encouraged to participate as care partners of their loved ones. Rehabilitation Services include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy in an interdisciplinary approach. Please contact
4 spring appeal Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Grigor Beqari Mr. William J. Bollwerk Mr. Robert E. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. T. Jack Challis Ms. Marilyn Chambers Reverend John Comer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Cross Ms. Edna Deardeuff Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeGreeff Mr. Thomas A. DeGreeff Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ferretti Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gaerlan Mr. James T. Grass Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grush Ms. Shirley Heet Ms. Margaret A. Hilker Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hopfinger Ms. Barbara Jozwiak Ms. Evelyn Kruckemeyer Ms. Ann Kuhn Ms. Elizabeth J. Kuntz Ms. Marilyn Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leipholtz Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Marx Ms. Eugenia O. McCormack Mr. and Mrs. Nip Meckfessel Mr. and Mrs. George Melber Ms. Rosemary J. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Miller Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Remiger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Rinke Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Scanlon Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stephens Dr. and Mrs. John W. Tabash Ms. Dorothy J. Welsch Ms. Kathryn A. Wobus Ms. Marie Woods Reverend Monsignor Thomas J. Woracek Friends of Cardinal Ritter senior services Contributions March 12, 2011 through July 11, 2011 Memorials and Honorariums in Honor of Robert Atwell Ms. Sandra Ives Jim & Betty Bailey's 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kalist Her family Ms. Margaret A. Geringer Agnes Knoll Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Knoll Carol Rose Ms. Christine Rose Chris Vassolo's Birthday Brother William Farrelly, OSF Cindy Woods Mrs. Jackie Stoll Joan B. Wesley - Mother's Day Sister Suzanne Wesley, CSJ in Memory of Elizabeth "Liz" Adamie Ms. Margaret F. Butenhoff Doris Ameiss Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ameiss Ruth Ancel Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Goodwin Barbaglia and Barni Families Ms. Josephine Barbaglia Mike Barbaglia Ms. Josephine Barbaglia Geraldine Berry NBC Universal, Inc. Marge Brennan Ms. Peggy Adeboi and Ms. Cressey Nakagawa Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Babor Conventual Franciscans Mr. and Mrs. David Doyle Ms. Judy K. Eberline Mr. Gerald T. Grothe Ms. Maureen G. Horak Margie Auer's co-workers at AT&T Please remember Cardinal Ritter Senior Services in your will and estate planning. 4 Ms. Susan Kohlhagen Mrs. Bernadette R. Lauth Ms. Helen M. Rounds Mr. Adam J. Talleur Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. Thouvenot C. Ruth Bunch Mr. Lewis Bunch Catherine Bussen Mr. William Bussen Tom Chamberlain Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schott, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Walther Sister Suzanne Wesley, CSJ Janet Dickinson Ms. Gertrude Bucher Anna C. Duesing Ms. Marion Davis William H. Erker Sister Suzanne Wesley, CSJ Ed Erschen Ms. Janice Erschen Lois Forthaus Mr. Leonard Forthaus Carol Frick Ms. Helen A. Folk Mary Gleason Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jacobs Marie Goodhart Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodhart Hayes and Urbanek Families Ms. Emily Hayes Olive Ilg Mrs. Patricia Treacy George and Charlotte Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Johnson Gertrude Johnson Ms. Mary Roach Jane Kaiser & Audrey McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dolen Garnell Klobe Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klobe Her Parents Sister Joan Kuester, DC Tom Lochner Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lochner, Jr. Celeste Luechtefeld Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wobbe Helen Marfisi Mr. and Mrs. Bertram J. Finkelstein Ms. Mary Groves Mr. and Mrs. Anthony LaChance Mr. Anthony Marfisi The Villages at Tiffany Square Homeowners Assoc Charles L. & Ruth C. Merlotti Ms. Marilyn Williams Mary Milner Ms. Jean Marie Andrews Mr. and Mrs. David Bechtold Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Bechtold Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Bechtold Ms. Georgia Brasher Mr. David Eiffert Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kushins Ms. Catherine G. Messmer Ms. Gail Noblot White Auto Body Mr. and Mrs. John Yacovelli Leo J. Milobar Mr. Stephen J. Milobar Lawrence & Mary Paula Moellering Ms. Hildegarde M. Moellering Dee Moore Mr. Paul M. Moore Elizabeth Mullen Ms. Loretto S. Mullen Eugene Naunheim Ms. Jacquelin S. Naunheim Rosemary Perrone Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Perrone Ms. LaKeesha Vinson Catherine Poelker Mr. and Mrs. Curt Fritz
5 Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Kissel Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Schladerbach Virgil Puetz Mrs. Jacquelyn A. Puetz James Quinn The Dan Licari Family Eleanor Randall Mr. J. Russell Bley, Jr. Marie Rechtien Ms. Mary L. Kehoe Michael Ruff Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lauria Richard Ruff Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lauria Marie Russo Mr. and Mrs. David A. Sierawski Edwin Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. David Doyle Marie Senkosky Mr. and Mrs. M. Alexander Barnes Jewish West County Hospital Ms. Patricia Barrett BJC CNE Council Ms. Susan Blasco Mr. William J. Bollwerk Ms. Elizabeth Buchanan and Ms. Laura Santen Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Illuzzi Mr. and Mrs. John W. Manganaro Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCotter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Santen Ms. Kathleen A. Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. John D. Schless Mrs. Virginia S. Senkosky Joseph and Anna Serben Mr. Nicholas Serben Francis Sohm Ms. Jane T. Sohm Jennie Spezia Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bellville Mom and Dad Touhey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gunn Will Vanderwall Mrs. Pearl T. Vanderwall Julie Ventimiglia Mrs. Lillian C. Ventimiglia Marguerite Wefel Ms. Peggy Wefel Marilyn Wurst Ms. Gloria Maguire estates, Foundations, Grants and Matching Gifts ASC Foundation Daughters of Charity Foundation of St. Louis Marian Foundation Old Newsboys Fund; Suburban Journals Walter, Marie and Barbara Falk Family Foundation General Donations Altman-Charter Company Anonymous Ms. Josephine Barbaglia Reverend Charles W. Barthel Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Bartlett Ms. Penny Benz Mr. and Mrs. Grigor Beqari Mr. Charles Block Mr. Joseph A. Boland Ms. Edna Deardeuff Mr. Thomas A. DeGreeff Ms. Ima Deyherle Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Erker Ms. Kelly Ethington Ms. Julie Ferrie Mr. and Mrs. Steven N. Frank Ms. Joan Freese Ms. Margaret Garwood Mr. Franco J. Gassiraro Ms. Patsy George Gershman Mortgage Mr. James T. Grass Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Guidi Mr. Frank J. Guyol, Jr. Ms. Shirley Heet Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Hodapp Ms. Marcia G. Holmes Ms. Lorraine House Ms. Marion Hug Mr. and Mrs. William Keenan Ms. Frances Knight Ms. Lily Ko Mr. Stan Laurentius Mr. Larry F. Loftus Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. James A. Luzecky Mr. Donal F. Mahoney Mr. Christopher J. Mattingly Ms. Eugenia O. McCormack Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. McGauley Ms. Dorothy Mikesch Mr. Stephen J. Milobar Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mueller Father Martin J. Mulvihill Ms. Rosalyn Olinger Ms. Betty Palmero Ms. Sally Petersen Mrs. Mary Anne Pickering Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Purcell Mr. Leo W. Rechtien Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Rugraff Mr. Edward R. Schott Mr. William Shine Mr. Robert Sieger Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Trout, Sr. Ms. Marilyn Ulrich United Way of Greater Milwaukee Mrs. Pearl T. Vanderwall Mrs. Lillian C. Ventimiglia Ms. Annabelle Wilson Ms. Susan M. Wilson Ms. Dana Wurdack Ms. Catherine Yuede social services Ms. Cathy Chalupny Mr. Charles Skipper Ms. Kathryn A. Wobus We Care We share CRSS Maintenance Staff Mr. and Mrs. John D. Laury Rehab 1 Network Ms. Carol A. Singler Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Valadares our Lady of Life Mr. Andrew S. Wallach st. ann assisted Living Mr. Andrew Stough st. Robert adult Day Program Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mahaffy Mary, Queen and Mother Center Rehab 1 Network Gifts in Kind Altman-Charter Company Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ameiss American Food and Vending BAM Contracting, LLC Buchheit Concrete Buchholz Interiors Mr. Lewis D. Bunch Busken Construction Company Ms. Jeanne Butler Degenhardt Heating & Cooling Elastizell of St. Louis EXCEL Fire Protection, Inc. Ms. Rosemary Fairhead Friedman Weitzman & Friedman, P.C. Geissler Roofing & Siding Great Central Lumber Mr. Don Happe Hawkins Construction JDS Masonry KB Install L. Grasse & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Manary Mr. Charles Marfisi Marvin Windows and Doors Miss Elaine Inc. MPM Industries Mr. and Mrs. Hans Neumann Presley Glass Company Rainbow Painting Renard Paper Co., Inc. River City Drywall, Inc. RSI Kitchen & Bath Saint Louis Design Alliance Architects Mr. Bill Santen Ms. Sherrie Schwieter Mr. and Mrs. Mark Siedband Ms. Frances Smith Mrs. Jackie Stoll Ms. Eleanor Swardson Ms. Carol Timpone Tree Court Builders Supply Trend Manufacturing Ms. Joyce Unterreiner Weber Fire & Safety Please remember Cardinal Ritter Senior Services in your will and estate planning. 5
6 Each year Cardinal Ritter Senior Services serves 30,000 senior adults in the Saint Louis community. In order to continue to meet the needs of those seniors depending on us for care, we depend on our friends and donors. Please consider making a tax deductible gift to CRSS. There are several ways to make your gift and you can designate your gift for a specific program, activity or facility. Ways to Give Financial Gift Gifts of cash, check and credit card are treasured. You can mail your gift in the enclosed envelope, on-line via services.org, or call the development office at ext Monthly pledge You can designate on your envelope that you will be making a monthly gift and mail in your donation each month, a repeating gift can be set up on-line through our website or it can be charged to your credit card each month. Gifts of memory/honor Your gift in honor or in memory of a loved one can be indicated on the enclosed envelope, you may purchase a Blessing Garden brick or bench or a specific item can be given in their name. Planned Gift Please consider including Cardinal Ritter Senior Services in your will. In-Kind gifts Items that can assist a senior adult in their home or assist with costs are always welcome. New games, puzzles, personal care items as well as gift cards are always needed and welcome! Support our fundraiser Friday, November 4th is an Evening with Motown. Become a sponsor, buy a table or ticket, donate an auction item or support the Hawaiian raffle. For more information, please contact Director of Development Amy Leipholtz at or ext This Spring the residents of St. Agnes Apartments were awarded a grant for a Community Garden through Gateway Greening. The residents built, planted and maintain 4 raised vegetable gardens and have reaped a bountiful harvest thus far. Gateway Greening s Community Garden program supports community gardens and urban greening projects that improve the appearance of neighborhoods, inspire, educate, and reflect the pride of the participants often becoming community focal points and catalysts for neighborhood improvement. The purpose of the Community Garden program is to support neighborhood groups committed to creating successful food-producing gardens or urban greening projects over the long-term and provide the resources and knowledge that enable them to develop food producing gardens and landscaped areas. To qualify the residents of St. Agnes had to meet the following guidelines for a Gateway Greening grant: 1) The core community group should consist of at least 10 adults, depending on the size and scope of the project. Most of the members should be residents of the neighborhood. Having local individuals involved ensures there is an incentive for the success of the project. The group should consist of a diverse range of people. 2) The right site is important to the long term success of a project 3) When the group is committed and obtained a site for the project, begin a plan for the garden. The Living newsletter is published three times per year. If you prefer to receive the newsletter via or to be removed from the mailing list, please this request to or call ext Cardinal Ritter Senior Services is proud to be a member of United Way of Greater Saint Louis. 6
7 The gift shop at Mary Queen and Mother Center is looking for volunteers to work a 4 hour shift on the first, second or fourth Saturday of the month, the first Sunday of the month, and every Monday. Pastoral Care at Mary Queen and Mother Center needs volunteers to help transport residents to and from chapel for Rosary and Mass daily from 9:30 to 11 a.m. (except Wednesdays) and is also looking for a volunteer organist who could play during Mass on the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) St. William Apartments in Dardenne Prairie would LOVE to have a small group of volunteers to help with some grounds cleanup and gardening this fall. Mother of Perpetual Help and DuBourg House could both use volunteers to play card games (bridge, cribbage, poker, rummy, etc.) with residents, as well as volunteers that would like to Volunteers Help Wanted socialize and do current event updates from the newspaper or internet. The ideal volunteer is someone who is familiar with the assisted living environment, is very reliable and feels comfortable working independently with the residents. DuBourg House would also like to find a volunteer that would be interested in leading light exercise classes with the residents. Our Independent Living Apartments are searching for an empathetic volunteer to lead a gentle therapeutic exercise and movement program that helps to increase flexibility, range of motion and balance. Great music, lots of fun working with senior adults. The right volunteer will be available for three-days training for certification in February. He/she will work with an experienced instructor to lead sessions for two groups of ten to twenty senior adults. Each group (one beginning in January 2012 the second group in March) meets twice weekly for 18 weeks (total 36 sessions). Medical background is advantageous, but not a requirement. If you, or anyone you know, would like to volunteer for one of the above opportunities, please contact the development office at (314) ext. 347 or by at Special Thanks to the following groups who volunteered at various Cardinal Ritter Senior Services facilities during the first half of this year: Bishop DuBourg High School students Cor Jesu Academy students DeSmet Jesuit High School students Grimco, Inc. employees Helias Catholic High School students (Jefferson City, MO) John Burroughs High School students MICDS students Mehlville School District employees Patch.com employees Rosati Kain students St. John Vianney High School students St. Joseph Academy students St. Louis University students St. Louis University High School father/son club St. Mary of the Cenacle youth group (New Boston, TX) Savvis employees Visitation Academy students Young Friends of CRSS Several Young Friends volunteers gathered at DuBourg House for another happy hour/game night with the residents earlier this summer. A great time was had by all and the residents can t wait for the group to come back! Our next Young Friends event will be a social networking happy hour this fall (date TBD). For more information, please contact the development office at (314) ext. 347 or by at 7
8 - Mission statement Inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ, the mission of Cardinal Ritter Senior Services is to be a recognized provider of first choice in providing an integrated continuum of quality housing, residential, healthcare and supportive social services for senior adults throughout the Archdiocese of Saint Louis Watson Road NONPROFiT ORg. u.s. POsTage PaiD st. LOuis, MO PeRMiT #5169 Hawaiian Raffle Hawaiian Trip for Two $20 Donation - Or 6 for $100 Winning ticket pulled at the Evening with Motown Friday, November 4th at the Crowne Plaza in Clayton Grand Prize - 8 day/7 night trip for 2 to Hawaii Choice of Island - Oahu, Maui, Kauai or Hawaii Includes Round-trip Airfare and stay at Marriott Hotel Or the winner may choose a $2,500 cash prize instead! Raffle tickets available in lobbies of CRSS programs and facilities, by calling ext. 323 or purchase on-line at All proceeds from the Evening with Motown event and the Hawaiian raffle support senior adults with no resources.
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