Caroline Young and her family organized a community food drive on Aug. 1 at Kirkwood High School to find out if one family could make a difference during the pandemic.
The results were a resounding "Yes!" The family collected about 1,850 food items and raised $4,775 for Kirk Care food pantry and social service organization LifeWise during the drive.
A food truck from Amigos Cantina was on scene to serve dinner for pay-what-you-can donations, and two photographers from the Kirkwood Pioneers Yearbook were on hand to capture the moments!
Check out photos from the event in the gallery below!
I am outraged that the current state legislators are trying to bypass the clear will of Missouri voters for "Clean Missouri", by weasel wording and resubmitting it as Amendment 3. Senator Hegeman (R) and his committee are insulting us to think that they can sneak this by, or keep putting it …
Great to hear that the Webster-Kirkwood Times will begin publishing a printed newspaper on Sept. 25! It was a "must read" every Friday in my household for thirty-two years. Each week it sat on the coffee table so my wife and I could refer to the calendar during the week.
The September 15, 2020 edition featured a complaint from a reader that Don Corrigan’s editorial — dated Sept. 3, 2020, entitled “McCloskeys, Politicians & The True Believers,” — overstepped its bound by inappropriately injecting personal bias and opinion into the newspaper.
Don Corrigan, your editorial in last week's WK-Times is a bit beyond the pale. You are using the paper here as your personal bully pulpit to advance your own politics.