Does Your Older Home in Greater St. Louis Need Renovation?

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If you know anything at all about St. Louis then you are aware of its rich history and the beautiful older homes in the Greater St. Louis area. Several of the older homes in St. Louis are tourist attractions and many of those are on the National Register of Historic Places. As an example of some of the older famous homes in St. Louis, check out the home below. It was the main residence of Ulysses S. Grant during most of his adult life. The home below is that of Thomas Sappington, who was the son of George Washington’s bodyguard. The Sappington House, built in 1808 is an outstanding example of Federal architecture, rare in Missouri. Judged to be the oldest …

Smiley Wylie Club Participates in St. Louis Autism Speaks Walk

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If you are at all familiar with the RRSA St. Louis team then you know that the son of Managing Partner Eric Wylie, Ethan, is on the Autism spectrum. In the above video, you can watch as Ethan gets braces that will only enhance his beautiful smile. Ethan is pretty famous for that smile, so much so that when Ethan Wylie and his family decided to walk in the Autism Speaks Walk in St. Louis on October 12, 2108, they named their team the Smiley Wylie Club. Walkers in the Autism Speaks Walk advocate and take action for the diverse needs of the Autism community. Their efforts help generate funds that fuel innovative research and make connections to critical lifelong supports …

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For Our Neighboring States After Hurricane Michael

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The team at RRSA St. Louis would be remiss if we didn’t dedicate our blog post today to our neighboring states that have been affected by Hurricane Michael. As a result of this massive tropical storm, the weather in Greater St. Louis is cool and rainy today. We have been blessed that this rainy weather is the extent of the effect Michael has on us. We are proud of several organizations across our Greater St. Louis area who are ramping up relief efforts to help the victims of Hurricane Michael. It makes us remember how something like this affects us all in myriad ways and the strength of the American character. To see some of the devastations that Michael brought to Florida …

RRSA St. Louis Participates in 2018 Eureka Scarecrow Festival

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As a way to celebrate the month of October and upcoming Halloween, the city of Eureka, Missouri holds its annual Scarecrow Festival. Here is a description of the festival from the Eureka Scarecrow Festival website, “Nestled in the foothills of the Missouri Ozarks, and just 25 minutes west of St. Louis, the city of Eureka will come alive the entire month of October with colorful and artistic scarecrows posing regally in front of businesses, churches, schools, and private homes.   These are not your ordinary scarecrows!  Each one is a work of art!  Whether you visit uptown Eureka, along Fifth Street, running parallel to I-44, or stroll down Central Avenue in downtown/old town Eureka, you will experience a fun and festive feast for …