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Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School
1800 Princeton Pl, Richmond Heights, MO 63117
The elementary school, located in Richmond Heights, serves grades two through six. Calling itself a "SchoolMore as Museum," Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School focuses on teaching kids interactive learning. The kids research a topic, then design, build and present the exhibits for families, peers and teachers.
Giving Answers
408 N Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63108
Giving Answers is a group of consultants for nonprofit organizations. It can assist in building a website, providingMore technical support, teaching non-profit management tactics to new and old employees and it can provide resources for workers to turn to when they need assistance. Group coaching and online learning is offered as options to get people trained as quickly and accurately as possible.
Central Presbyterian Church
7700 Davis Dr, Clayton, MO 63105
The mission of Central Presbyterian Church is to spread the teachings of Jesus Christ. The church offers several worshipMore services, a missions department, and a number of other programs. Its choir has performed throughout the world. The church also offers a Sunday shuttle service that takes people from a parking lot behind the former Layton's Restaurant building, 7950 Clayton Road, to the church building for worship. It is affiliated with the nearby Central Christian School. Central Presbyterian's youth leaders work with students at the junior high and high school levels.
Really Big Coloring Books
224 N Meramec Ave, Clayton, MO 63105
Really Big Coloring Books offers a large variety of educational books written and designed by educators for children inMore preschool through sixth grade that are used by individuals, organizations and businesses for fund raising efforts. Publications include everything from coloring books and princesses power panel books to books with historical and animal themes. All books are registered in the Library of Congress and are used as teaching and learning tools in classrooms 
The Kabbalah Centre
8121 Maryland Ave, Clayton, MO 63105
The Kabbalah Centre offers worship and religious studies for its members and welcomes newcomers to join the communityMore here. The center features the Kabbalah Bookstore which sells books here that are specialized in Kabbalah spirituality and teachings. This center also offers courses, lectures and social events for people interested in studying or practicing Kabbalah. A class schedule can be online using the website. Yehuda Guez is the teacher here. 
Thumbs Up Johnnie
18 Brighton Way, Saint Louis, MO 63105
Thumbs Up Johnnie is a character created by Michelle Bain of St. Louis. The character has been woven into a line ofMore children's books in which Johnnie and his friends experience adventures that set a positive example and teach readers how to do the right thing. The website offers downloadable coloring pages and postcards, product ordering and fan club information.
Immacolata School
8910 Clayton Rd, Richmond Heights, MO 63117

Immacolata School is affiliated with The Church of the Immacolata and aims to provide students in kindergartenMore through eighth grade with a strong academic foundation alongside activities such as a weekly Mass aimed at fostering spiritual growth.

Students at the school come from throughout St. Louis. Teaching about religion is provided daily.

A variety of activities are offered, including athletics — baseball and softball, basketball, track, volleyball and soccer — Catholic Schools Week and a retreat ahead of Confirmation.

Regional Business Council
7701 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton, MO 63105
This non-profit organization of 100 of the Presidents and CEOs of the region's largest mid-cap companies was created forMore and committed to increasing their involvement and investment in the St. Louis community. Since 2001, they have raised more than $50 million for the United Way and partner with many local non-profits to help them reach their goals, including AIM high, Teach for America-St. Louis, College Bound and Ready Readers.
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