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During its “Month of Giving”, Diamonds Direct Raised Over $5,000 for the Blues for Kids Foundation, the Charitable Trust of the St. Louis Blues

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Diamonds Direct St. Louis is pleased to announce that it successfully raised $5,200 for the Blues for Kids Foundation during its “Month of Giving” this past October.

“My team and I are so grateful to have had the opportunity to give back to such an impactful organization here in St. Louis, the Blues for Kids Foundation,” said Jonathan Pottow, general manager of Diamonds Direct St. Louis. “We want to sincerely thank all of our wonderful customers who participated in our “Month of Giving” and directly supported this region’s youth.”

For every engagement ring that was purchased during the month of October, Diamonds Direct donated $100 to the Blues for Kids Foundation. In honor of the event, Diamonds Direct created an exclusive collection of custom jewelry that celebrates the work that the Blues are doing in the St. Louis community. The fashionable collection included blue sapphire jewelry, birthstone jewelry and personalized jewelry. When a guest purchased a piece from this stunning collection, $100 was also donated directly to the Blues for Kids Foundation.

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Diamonds Direct Announces Holiday Designer Showcase in St. Louis

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Diamonds Direct St. Louis has announced its holiday showcase, which will be held November 17, 18 and 19. The exclusive, in-store show will offer St. Louis region residents an unbeatable savings of 20% on virtually all merchandise during the three-day long event. The showcase will be held at 11619 Olive Blvd. in Creve Coeur.

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Candice Johnson Joins Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities as Program Coordinator for “STEM Meets Humanities” Initiative

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The Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation (MJCHF) announced today the addition of Candice Johnson as Program Coordinator for the “STEM Meets Humanities” initiative.

The MJCHF has partnered with Lewis and Clark Community College, the SIUE College of Arts and Sciences and its IRIS Center for Digital Humanities, the SIUE STEM Center, the Madison County Regional Office of Education, Madison County Community Development and local Madison County school districts to develop this initiative. “STEM Meets Humanities” will address societal problems by implementing programs in schools to teach children to problem-solve using humanities disciplines such as history, literature and philosophy, combined with the traditional STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math.

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St. Louis Region Dunkin’ Donuts Donates 500 Pounds Of Coffee To American Red Cross To Support Their Day-To-Day Mission And Disaster Relief Efforts

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In celebration of National Coffee Day which occurred last week, Dunkin’ Donuts and its St. Louis franchisees are donating 500 pounds of coffee to the American Red Cross to support the organization’s critical mission, including volunteer and biomedical services, as well as disaster relief efforts. In total, Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees from across the country will donate 14 tons, which is 28,000 pounds, of coffee to the Red Cross.

“Dunkin’ Donuts is proud to support the Red Cross mission and contribute to the major relief efforts currently underway by the American Red Cross nationwide,” said Lynne McKune, St. Louis Marketing Manager. “Dunkin’ Donuts is dedicated to helping all of our neighbors and guests in times of need, and we hope this donation provides support to the Red Cross and the people they serve.”

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