May 23, 2024 William Oetting0
Sen. Tracy McCreery (District 24), Sen. Doug Beck (District 1), and Rep. Bridget Walsh Moore (HD-93) will give the inside scoop on the 2024 legislative session and answer your questions.
Following the speakers, candidates in attendance will give introductions. They’ll have yard signs for you to host. (A donation to their campaign is encouraged.)
As we are always caring for our neighbors, please bring a package of diapers or period products for the St. Louis Area Diaper Bank. Both are still taxed at a “luxury” rate in MO due to inaction from the GOP supermajority.


April 18, 2024 William Oetting0

Want to learn about the current world of recycling? Join us! Lilly will share information that will make us smarter recyclers, thereby minimizing the costly action of ‘wishcycling.’ Remember, ‘when in doubt, throw it out’ (or find out).

Note: Prior to the meeting we suggest you download the Recycle Coach app to your phone. It is available from both Google Play or the App Store.


March 26, 2024 William Oetting0
As one of the first public cemeteries available to Black people in the St. Louis area, Father Dickson Cemetery was the site of 12,000 burials before it closed in the 1970’s. It is rich in American history and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
The preservation and maintenance of this historic place relies entirely on the effort and contributions of volunteers and the community. https://fatherdicksoncemetery.org


Planned Tasks for Spring Clean Up
1. Collecting debris (twigs, limbs, etc.) from around the property.
2. Using string trimmers to trim around headstones.
3. Moving all debris to a central location.
4. Using a chopper to chip debris into mulch

Children are welcome to participate in age-appropriate tasks.
Items to Bring: Gloves, water bottle
Optional Items to Bring: wheelbarrow, string trimmer
Arrival: Between 9:30 am and 10:00 am
Work: 10:00 am
Wrap up by noon
Come and go as you are able
NOTE: Event will be postponed to May 18 if raining or conditions are too wet.


March 26, 2024 William Oetting0


Glaziers Union Hall
5916 Wilson Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110

Join us for an evening of fund and help support the Democratic cause to ensure a successful election season.
Tables up to 8/$30 per person or $240 a table
Early bird special – $200 a table if paid by May 6th
Round Sponsor $100
Doors open 6pm
Game begins at 7pm
Beer & soda provided


March 16, 2024 William Oetting0

A food drive to benefit, Forces for Food Pantry, on Saturday, March 23 2024 is sponsored by the Oakville Democratic Organization.  We will receive donations at the Northeast Corner of Handy Man Hardware parking lot at 5405 Telegraph.  Items that are needed are non-perishable food and toiletry items.  The Food drive hours are 10 AM to 2 PM.  Our volunteers will assist you with your donations.  The Food Pantry serves Veterans and Military Families. Please support our Military and veterans! For more information on Forces for Food visit their Forces for Food Facebook page.


February 16, 2024 William Oetting0
Join us as we host Kevin Schartner, Candidate for STL County Council District 6 and former Board President of the Mehlville School District as he reveals the truth surrounding vouchers.
Learn about:
– How school vouchers work in Missouri today
– Proposed changes to the Missouri school vouchers program
– Who benefits and who pays
– Legalized discrimination inherent in the current school voucher program.
– Examples from other states that have implemented full school voucher programs.
As always, feel free to join us early to order drinks and food in the back room before we start the meeting at 7pm.