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    0830172017

    Washington University students help beautify 24:1 community

    A huge thank you to the students from Washington University who volunteered with us last week. We had a groups from Wash U’s Leadership Through Service group help at the Pagedale Community Garden by pulling weeds and cleaning up the garden beds; a group from WashU Habitat for Humanity help prepare one of our rental properties for a new family by painting the porches, trimming bushes, sealing the driveway, and cleaning up the yard; and a group of nearly 220 Washington University School of Law students help clean up the Pine Lawn neighborhood by pulling weeds, trimming
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    0828172017

    U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill praises Beyond Housing

    In a recent article written by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. McCaskill talked about the importance of community development. She praised several St. Louis area community development groups including Beyond Housing.
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  • 0816172017

    Another Successful Back to School Event

    In August, we hosted our annual “Beyond the Backpack” event at Normandy High School where we provided an estimated 1700 backpacks full of school supplies to families living in and around the 24:1 Community.
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    0724172017

    Beyond the Backpack Community Event Helps Families Prepare for Start of School

    Beyond Housing and its community partners are making the final preparations for this year’s Beyond the Backpack community back-to-school event. The community celebration is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday August 5 at Normandy High School, 6701 St. Charles Rock Road. Dr. Charles Pearson, Superintendent of Schools for the Normandy Schools Collaborative, borrows a term from a popular disc jockey when describing the annual affair. “It’s a party with a purpose! What an amazing way to start the school year,” Dr. Pearson said. “Hats off to Beyond Housing, t
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    0602172017

    Small Theater Strives to Change a Neighborhood’s Reputation

    As the lights go down and the music swells, patrons of 24:1 Cinema on Page Avenue in north St. Louis, dig into their popcorn and prepare to be entertained for a couple of hours.
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  • 0522172017

    Beyond Housing and Affinia Healthcare® Open Only Primary Care Health Center in Pagedale

    North St. Louis County Facility brings primary care services to “healthcare desert” ST. LOUIS - Beyond Housing has partnered with Affinia Healthcare, one of Missouri’s most significant community health organizations, to bring primary healthcare services to the 24:1 community, now a “healthcare desert”. The Affinia Pagedale Healthcare Center opens today at 6763 Page Avenue with a community open house from 10:00 – Noon. Beyond Housing focuses revitalization efforts in the 24:1 – the communities that make up the Normandy school district in North St. Loui
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  • 0503172017

    new headquarters and Center for Community

    On Thursday, April 6th we were pleased to celebrate the opening of our new headquarters and Center for Community with a special “Move that School Bus” welcoming ceremony. During the ceremony, two Normandy school buses concealed the front of the new buildings until former Garfield Elementary student and Beyond Housing volunteer Jackie Buck-Horton shouted, “Move that bus!”  prompting the buses to pull apart, revealing Beyond Housing’s new home. The afternoon also featured remarks from Beyond Housing CEO Chris Krehmeyer, J.P. Morgan Managing Dire
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    0322172017

    COVERING HOUSING

    Harvard’s Nieman Foundation & Chris Krehmeyer
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    0315172017

    Beyond Housing Receives Missouri Arbor Award of Excellence

    Award Recognizes Beyond Housing’s Impact on Community Forestry in North St. Louis County’s 24:1
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    0220172017

    Tree Maintenance Seminar

    On Thursday, February 16, we were excited to welcome 40 guests to our first Tree Maintenance Seminar led by Doug Seely, Beyond Housing’s Community Forrester.
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