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ADULTS' BOOK CLUB MEETS ON THE SECOND THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7 PM
IN THE COMING MONTHS WE WILL DISCUSS:
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December 12, 7 pm
of Stories by H. P. Lovecraft
by H.P. Lovecraft
Please find and read the following stories; they
are available in any complete works of Lovecraft collections
Rats in the Walls 1923
-- The Call of Cthulhu 1926
-- The Colour Out of Space 1927
-- The Dunwich Horror 1929
-- The Dreams in the Witch House 1932 -- Shadow over Innsmouth
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January 9, 7 pm
by Herman Wouk
During WWII, onboard a ship in the U.S. Pacific
Fleet, an event occurs unlike any that the United States Navy has ever
experianced. A ship's captain is removed from his command by his
executive officer in an apparent outright act of mutiny. As the trial
of the mutineers unfold, it icomes to light that Captain Queeg was
mentally unstable, perhaps even insane. The Navy must then decide if
the Caine Mutiny a criminal act or an act of courage to save a ship
from destruction at the hands of her captain.
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February 13, 7 pm
of the Life of Frederick Douglass
by Frederick Douglass
century and a half after its first publication, Frederick Douglass's
Narrative retains its hold on us, capturing us with its first-person
story of the abolitionist's passage from bondage to freedom.
In the News
read article from the Post-Dispatch
about how to
insurer at the InsuranceMarketplace (Obamacare).
the Missouri legislature has chosen to not give assistance to
those who want to enroll in the InsuranceMarketplace (Obamacare), a
private foundation, Missouri
Foundation for Health, has been created to get Missourians
information about the Marketplace and as a tool to keep up with the
ongoing repair of the Marketplace website. Recommended by the
as a starting place for Missourians.
Federal Health Insurance Market Place substituting for the Missouri
Here to Enroll in a Plan
SPECIAL REPORT: NAVIGATING HEALTH CARE
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch presents a
special section to help you
understand what the
Affordable Care Act means for you.
Website of the Week:
Ovarian Cancer Warning Signs
the website of television doctor, Dr. Oz, video on the five symptoms
cancer: Includes a page on the ones family history of ovarian
cancer as well.