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#NeighborhoodWatch: Really Focus On The Lemp Mansion Stairwell

#NeighborhoodWatch: Spencer Graves is a skeptic when it comes to ghosts so one of the most haunted places in St Louis invited him to spend the night. The Lemp Mansion was home to the Lemp family when four members committed suicide in the house. Spencer stayed the night and shot video when he left. Watch the staircase closely…

Officer Snyder Funeral Procession

Funeral services have been set to celebrate the life and service of St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder.  The funeral service will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the St. Louis Family Church, located at 17458 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield.

People are encouraged to line the streets when the procession begins to show their support for the St. Louis County Police Department and the family of Officer Snyder.

The procession from St. Louis Family Church will proceed east on Edison Road to Highway 64/40 via the Baxter Road on ramp.

Take Highway 40 East to I-270 North, then take Highway 367 North towards Alton, Illinois. The procession will continue on 367 to Route 100 (River Road) and turn right on Clifton Terrace Road. Clifton Terrace Road will then be taken to Illinois Route 3, which will lead you to Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery.

Edison Avenue between Long Road and Baxter Road will be closed to traffic Thursday from 8 a.m. until 2p.m.

The public should expect intermittent closures of ALL lanes of Eastbound 64/40 beginning at 12:30 p.m.  Eastbound traffic will be forced to exit at Boone’s Crossing.

(KSDK)

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UPDATE: How You Can Help Officer Snyder’s Family With Us

We launched a grassroots effort behind the simplest idea…send a card to a family who suffered the greatest loss, the loss of a loved one. When Spencer was a child, his Grammie would always say “when someone passes, send their family a card with words of encouragement.” It was with that sentiment that we decided to get behind Ofc. Blake Snyder, his family and the community in which we live. Spencer called the CEO of Bandana’s BBQ and asked him for a place to have people come by and sign the card.

While we were there, we met a woman who is a recipient of Backstoppers and her son, who was 7 at the time, is getting ready to attend college, which Backstoppers is paying for. They made a donation back to Ofc. Blake Snyder’s family. Bandana’s opened their doors at 10:30, thirty minutes earlier than usual. The first group of guests were six troopers from the Missouri Highway Patrol. Bandana’s QUADRUPLED their lunch sales. There wasn’t a moment yesterday when the restaurant staff could sit back and relax, they were THAT busy. All of the major TV newscasts were there and we did interviews with all of them.

We were armed with two giant poster board sized cards. By lunch, we were able to get two more in order to make sure we had enough cards. We were being inundated with requests to take donations, outside of what Bandana’s pledged to give, and we established a bucket. Chief Belmar, the chief of St Louis County Police, even made an appearance and had lunch.

By the end of the event, our bucket raised $4,578 and Bandana’s gave $1,935 for a grand total of $6,513. This was all raised in less than 12 hours. After the event, Spencer dropped off the cards to the police unit where Ofc. Blake Snyder was stationed.

In closing, thank you to everyone for allowing “Spencer’s Neighborhood” to bring the community together in such a positive way.

There are pictures on “Spencer’s Neighborhood” social media as well as a short recap and thank you video! You can still donate to Backstoppers.org!

 

Blues Pre-season Giveaway with Spencer’s Neighborhood Next Week!

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All next week listen to Spencer’s Neighborhood and win a night out to see a preseason Blues game as they take on the Dallas Stars Friday, September 30th at 7pm!

If you would to to purchase tix instead – CLICK HERE!