November 11, 2011

Clayton - Green Power Community Challenge

Clayton residents and business owners, you can help Clayton maintain its unique status as the first city in Missouri to achieve the EPA's designation as a Green Power Community (GPC). Since the city qualified as a GPC, the EPA upped the ante. By the end of 2011, 3% of the power used in the City of Clayton must come from green sources. The challenge effort needs your support NOW to help reach the goal. Spread the Challenge message by encouraging friends and family to sign up for Pure Power during the Clayton Green Power Challenge.

To thank you for your support, any Clayton resident that enrolls online or over the phone between now and December 31st will receive a free, anytime Wehrenberg Movie Ticket in the mail.

There are two ways to support green power: install solar on your home or business or enroll in a voluntary green power program. For details or to enroll, send your name, Ameren Missouri billing address and phone number to Clayton's GPC leader Cindy Bambini at


November 4, 2011

Invitation to participate in a research study

Dr. Jenn Ohs and her research team at St. Louis University are conducting a study to examine hiring preferences. The study includes a short video depicting a job interview followed by a short questionnaire. At the end of the survey, participants can enter a drawing to win a $50 giftcard to either Target or Best Buy. Here is the link to the online survey:

November 17th - CCF History Lecture

St. Louis County Historian, Esley Hamilton, will discuss the history of Clayton Churches and Synagogues and the surrounding area on Thursday, November 17.

The free lecture on Tghursday, November 17th begins at 7:00 p.m. at The Center of Clayton.

Esley Hamilton, a preservation historian at St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation and lecturer at Washington University, is one of the region's most prominent historians. In May 2011, Hamilton received the H. Meade Summers Award.