Donations will be accepted through Nov. 14
Residents can now donate their coats at the Frontenac Police Department as part of the 2012 Warner's Winter Warm-Up. The drive is sponsored by retired two NFL MVP and Super Bowl Rams quarterback Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda’s First Things First Foundation, in collaboration with Operation Food Search. In 10 years of hosting the event, more than 120,000 coats have been donated to impoverish men, women and children of Missouri and Illinois. “With no certain end to the tough economic times, coats are needed now more than ever,” said Kurt Warner in a press release. Coats can be dropped off at the Frontenac Police Department’s lobby, or at other locations throughout St. Louis through Nov. 14. A complete list of locations can be found here.
Former St. Louis Rams running back, Marshall Faulk, gets kudos from across the country with Pro Football Hall of Fame induction.
While we would like to claim former St. Louis Rams running back, Marshall Faulk, as our own, he has shared his special brand of eliteness with other teams. His induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame brought kudos from admirers throughout the U.S. Not only was he inducted, he got into the Hall in his first year of eligibility, a special feat, indeed. He came from the mean streets of New Orleans where he attended G.W. Carver High School. Coach Wayne Reese saw the athletic potential in Faulk, and the rest, as they say, is history. www.goaztecs.cstv.com, the sports website of San Diego State University where Faulk was a three time All-American for the Aztecs, quoted Faulk as saying during his speech, “To the red and black Aztec Nation. …