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Manchester Homecoming schedule of events

Friday, Sept. 6 6-10:30 p.m. LUEHR’S IDEAL CARNIVAL RIDES Games and rides for all ages BOOTHS OPEN Beer, food, raffle tickets and attendance prizes 7:15-7:30 p.m. OPENING CEREMONY with Mayor Mike Clement at the Main Stage 7:30-10:30 p.m. ROCKIN’ CHAIR – Music of the late 60s and early 70s at the Main Stage Saturday, Sept. 7 10 a.m. PARADE Begins at The Journey Church, travels through the streets of Manchester and ends at Parkway Southwest Middle Noon-4 p.m. CAR SHOW Sponsored by Auto Trim Restyling and World Wide Car Service & Collison Center Noon-10:30 p.m. LUEHR’S IDEAL CARNIVAL RIDES Games ...

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The Goddard School selected 2019 Business of the Year

Jason and Maria Brunk The Manchester Homecoming Committee is happy to announce the Goddard School as its 2019 Business of the Year. The school, located at 1108 Sulphur Springs Road, has been open since 2010 and provides care and education for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. Under the guidance of owner, Marla Brunk, this school has sponsored many events for the city’s Park District, such as the annual “Dive and Jive” held at the Manchester Aquatic Center and Sammy J Balloon Artist, at the yearly Homecoming festival. This year, the school’s faculty members and staff have also donated ...

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Teacher Allison Ebert named as 2019 Citizen of the Year

Allison Ebert Allison Ebert, Manchester Homecoming Citizen of the Year, is being recognized by the city and the Manchester Homecoming Festival Committee for being a positive force in both the city of Manchester and in her classroom at Ballwin Elementary School, where she encourages and nurtures students from kindergarten through 5th grade. Ebert’s goal is to motivate students to work together, attempt challenges and to not give up in the face of adversity. Ebert was also praised by the city for her instrumental role within Manchester Arts. One of her projects has been having children paint picnic tables at Schroeder ...

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Counterfeit $100 bill passed in Ellisville

On Aug. 19, the Ellisville Police Department was notified by a local convenience store that a customer had passed off a fake $100 bill as real currency. The customer was not identified after they paid with the fake bill and left the store.

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The Dream Team: Students, teachers and parents

You’ve packed the backpack, picked out first-day-of-school clothes and talked about before- and after-school routines and activities. Now, it’s all up to the teachers, right? Actually, the true recipe for academic success is one part educator, one part parents and one part student.

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