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    The Salvation Army receives fourth gold coin of season in St. Louis; kettles to come in Wednesday with campaign behind
    The Salvation Army to light star of hope tonight
    The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center to serve Christmas dinner
    Gov. Holden to ring bell for The Salvation Army Tuesday

    Senior Programs

    Camp Mihaska
    Star Route Box 23
    Bourbon, MO 65441
    (573) 732-5239

    Nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, the 970-acre Camp Mihaska provides fellowship and spiritual and recreational activities for campers of all ages and walks of life. Programs include sports, nature hikes, swimming, canoeing and other fun activities. Camp Mihaska also provides the opportunity for campers to enjoy God’s spectacular beauty.

    Railton Residence
    205 N. 18th Street
    St. Louis, MO 63103
    (314) 621-2424

    Railton Residence, a 15-story low-income apartment building located in downtown St. Louis, offers affordable housing to formerly homeless individuals who now have a source of income. The facility provides a healthy environment for formerly addicted and homeless individuals, allowing them to get back on their feet by renting an apartment in a safe, drug-free environment.

    Booth Manor
    3131 Iowa
    St. Louis, MO 63118
    (314) 241-0091

    Booth Manor, a 73-unit apartment building for low income senior citizens, is located across the street from the Temple Corps Community Center. Booth Manor apartments are handicap accessible and adaptable and each unit has a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.

    Corps Community Centers
    Corps Community Centers provide an extended family-and a spiritual, emotional and physical oasis-for children, teens, adults and seniors from all walks of life. In addition to worship services, Corps offer educational training, social services, character-building programs, religious programs and recreational activities.

    Quick Facts

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