Holiday Comedy at Center for Arts

November 30, 2012

In an effort to raise funds for the newly formed Lindenwood University Arts Endowment, Lindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts will feature the holiday comedy Three Redneck Tenors Christmas SPEC-TAC-YULE-AR on the stage of the Bezemes Family Theater at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. All proceeds will benefit the endowment, which in turn supports the cultural enrichment of the Greater St. Louis Area and the education and scholarship of Lindenwood University's Fine and Performing Arts students.Complete news release belowFROM: Missouri Press Flash News ServiceTO: News DeskNovember 30, 2012Note: This Flash News! item is being distributed by Missouri Press Service. MPS is not the source of the news. If you need further information or verification, contact the person listed in the news release, do not "reply" to this message.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For immediate release:November 30, 2012Contact: Chad SniderDirector of MarketingJ. Scheidegger Center for the Arts636-949-4512csnider@lindenwood.eduLindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Artsto Feature the Three Redneck TenorsChristmas SPEC-TAC-YULE-ARSt. Charles, Mo.—In an effort to raise funds for the newly formed Lindenwood University Arts Endowment, Lindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts will feature the holiday comedy Three Redneck Tenors Christmas SPEC-TAC-YULE-AR on the stage of the Bezemes Family Theater at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. All proceeds will benefit the endowment, which in turn supports the cultural enrichment of the Greater St. Louis Area and the education and scholarship of Lindenwood University's Fine and Performing Arts... continued...
 
 

Symphony of Toys on Dec. 16

November 21, 2012

A holiday tradition continues on Sunday, December 16, 2012! The Missouri Symphony Society will present a "Symphony of Toys" holiday concert with the Missouri Symphony Orchestra and special guests.Complete news release belowFROM: Missouri Press Flash News ServiceTO: News DeskNovember 21, 2012Note: This Flash News! item is being distributed by Missouri Press Service. MPS is not the source of the news. If you need further information or verification, contact the person listed in the news release, do not "reply" to this message.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NEWS RELEASENovember 12, 2012For Immediate ReleaseAttn: Features EditorContact: Lili Vianello, 573.449.8567lili@visionworksgroup.comSymphony of Toys Concert returns for second yearMissouri Symphony Orchestra to perform holiday concertCOLUMBIA, Mo. (November 12, 2012) – A holiday tradition continues on Sunday, December 16, 2012, when the Missouri Symphony Society presents a "Symphony of Toys" holiday concert with the Missouri Symphony Orchestra and special guests.Missouri Symphony Society Music Director and Conductor Kirk Trevor has arranged a magical afternoon of joyous sounds of the season for the whole family.The Symphony of Toys concert is Sunday, December 16, 2012, at 3 p.m. at the Missouri Theatre. Tickets for this performance are $15 for adults and $7 for children and students.  Tickets are on sale at the Missouri Theatre Box Office and by phone at 573.882.3781 Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online anytime at mosymphonysociety.org.The concert will include holiday favorites to put patrons in the spirit of the season with the Missouri... continued...
 
 

Christmas Season in Hermann

November 16, 2012

Holiday events are nothing new to Hermann, but the over the past few years the number and quality of events have increased. Now there are an abundance of opportunities to enjoy traditional German culture and celebrations as part of the Christmas season. A complete schedule is available at www.VisitHermann.com, or by calling 800-932-8687.Complete news release belowFROM: Missouri Press Flash News ServiceTO: News DeskNovember 16, 2012Note: This Flash News! item is being distributed by Missouri Press Service. MPS is not the source of the news. If you need further information or verification, contact the person listed in the news release, do not "reply" to this message.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------City Of Hermann, Division of TourismFor Immediate ReleaseContact: Jim Grebing, 573-270-8488 or hermanntourism@centurytel.netCELEBRATE A HERMANN CHRISTMASExperience an Old World Christmas in Historic Missouri Town    When the Holiday season draws near, there is no better place to observe a traditional German-style Christmas than Hermann, MO. This 19th century village, on the banks of the Missouri River, provides a unique setting where visitors can step back in time and experience the feeling of a true old time Christmas.    Holiday events are nothing new to Hermann, but the over the past few years the number and quality of events have increased. Now there are an abundance of opportunities to enjoy traditional German culture and celebrations as part of the Christmas season. A complete schedule is available at www.VisitHermann.com, or by calling 800-932-8687.    Downtown Hermann also features many... continued...
 
 

A 'Yes' Vote on Missouri's Proposition B Will Save Lives, Protect Kids

November 2, 2012

"Thirty-five people a day die from cancer in Missouri. One-third of those deaths are directly attributable to tobacco use. That loss of life is tragic -- and it's preventable. We have a moral imperative to do everything we can to reduce the toll of this devastating disease on families in our state and our country.Complete news release belowFROM: Missouri Press Flash News ServiceTO: News DeskNovember 2, 2012Note: This Flash News! item is being distributed by Missouri Press Service. MPS is not the source of the news. If you need further information or verification, contact the person listed in the news release, do not "reply" to this message.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For Immediate ReleaseNovember 2, 2012FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:Nicole Bender or Steve WeissAmerican Cancer Society Cancer Action NetworkPhone: (202) 661-5773 or (202) 661-5711Email: nicole.bender@cancer.org or steve.weiss@cancer.orgA 'Yes' Vote on Missouri's Proposition B Will Save Lives, Protect KidsWashington, D.C. – Nov 2, 2012 – The following is a statement from John R. Seffrin, Ph.D., chief executive of the American Cancer Society and its advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), in support of Missouri's Proposition B, which would increase the state tobacco tax by 73 cents and invest $283 million a year into Missouri schools and programs to prevent tobacco use."Thirty-five people a day die from cancer in Missouri. One-third of those deaths are directly attributable to tobacco use. That loss of life is tragic -- and it's preventable. We have a moral imperative to do everything we can to reduce the... continued...
 
 

Prop B no-bid loophole

October 23, 2012

In an October 18, 2012 interview with the Columbia Daily Tribune lawmakers and supporters of Proposition B, State Representative Chris Kelly and State Senator Kurt Schaefer found fault with loopholes in the measure that could allow campaign donors to profit from taxpayer money using no-bid contracts should it pass in November.Complete news release belowFROM: Missouri Press Flash News ServiceTO: News DeskOct. 23, 2012Note: This Flash News! item is being distributed by Missouri Press Service. MPS is not the source of the news. If you need further information or verification, contact the person listed in the news release, do not "reply" to this message.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For Immediate ReleaseOctober 23, 2012Contact: Ron Leone(573) 864-5189PROPOSITION B LOOPHOLE ALLOWS CAMPAIGN DONORS TO PROFIT OFF TAXPAYERSProponents Could Receive No-Bid Contracts for AppropriationsJefferson City – In an October 18, 2012 interview with the Columbia Daily Tribune lawmakers and supporters of Proposition B, State Representative Chris Kelly and State Senator Kurt Schaefer found fault with loopholes in the measure that could allow campaign donors to profit from taxpayer money using no-bid contracts should it pass in November.Proposition B creates The Missouri Healthy Families Commission, a board of nine members appointed by the Governor, to distribute twenty percent of the funds collected to various organizations. The proposed statutory change dictates, "board members may be employed by, contract with, receive payments from, or serve as directors, officers, of other representatives of organizations that receive funding directly or... continued...
 
 



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