Ruth Schejbal, Mary Ryder Home Susan Gallagher-AmerenUE
(314) 531-1413 (314) 554-2175
Editors and News Directors:
WHAT: Members of the Ameren Network of Minority Employees will be bringing dozens of blankets worth more than $1,000 to Mary Ryder Home for distribution to senior citizens in need. Ameren employees contributed the blankets.
Founded in 1930, Mary Ryder Home is a nonprofit residential care facility that touches the lives of hundreds of St. Louis community senior citizens, struggling in poverty, who can no longer live independently. Mary Ryder Home is dedicated to providing a safe home and an array of programs and services focused on enhancing the quality of life of seniors as they age, enabling them to maintain their physical and mental health and well-being. As one of the only assisted living/residential care facilities committed to serving these seniors, Mary Ryder Home offers innovative programs and services to promote and maintain residents’ physical and mental health. The home’s programs and services integrate a common objective—to actively engage residents in activities that promote healthy aging and are positive, enriching and improve their overall health-related quality of life.
WHEN: 12 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007
WHO: AmerenUE Energy Delivery Senior Vice President Richard Mark, Ameren Senior Vice President Donna Martin, members of the Ameren Network of Minority Employees, and Ruth Schejbal, of the Mary Ryder Home
4361 Olive St. 63108
From I-44 East, take the Kingshighway Exit, and turn left onto Kingshighway. Turn right onto Lindell Blvd. Turn left on to North Taylor Ave. Turn right on to Olive Street
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