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SCCMO Police Department

  1. National Child Abuse Prevention Month Pinwheel Garden Dedication Ceremony

    April 23, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Executive Office Building / Historic Courthouse

    Join us for a special Pinwheel Garden Dedication Ceremony in observance of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. During the ceremony, local officials and community partners will address the need for increased awareness of child maltreatment. This program is free and open to the public.

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SCCMO Public Health

  1. FREE Missouri-Native Trees for Earth Day

    April 19, 2019, 9:00 AM - April 26, 2019, 4:30 PM @ Public Health

    A tree in your yard increases property value, lowers utility bills and adds natural beauty. Celebrate Earth Day at the Division of Environmental Health and Protection office, Recycle Works Central or Recycle Works West and pick up a Missouri-native tree, while supplies last.

    The County’s Recycle Works facilities accept aluminum cans, clean paper, certain plastics and corrugated cardboard at no charge to residents. Glass is accepted at the Recycle Works West facility only. Various electronic items, appliances and accessories are processed for a small fee. For more information on how to use St. Charles County’s recycling program, please call 636-949-1800 or visit sccmo.org/RecycleWorks.

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  2. MRC Membership Meeting and Training

    April 23, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ Public Health

    In times of need, many lend their neighbors a helping hand. St. Charles County's Medical Reserve Corps is a volunteer-based unit or medically trained and non-medical professionals alike who put their knowledge and skills to use in helping our community. The Department of Public Health sponsors the local MRC unit. Monthly meetings are designed to prepare members for all-hazard emergencies. Discussions include the various roles within the County's emergency response plan, hands-on training opportunities and advanced certifications. Membership is open to any individual, ages 18 or older.

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