Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Man caught at O'Fallon YMCA committed thefts at other St. Louis area locker rooms, according to a police report.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
A man was charged May 1, with breaking into lockers in St. Louis area YMCAs and stealing items inside. Anthony Cannon, 40, of Lilburn, GA, is charged with theft of a credit device. O’Fallon Police said in a report that Cannon entered the O’Fallon YMCA Feb. 11 and let in two others through a rear gym door. The three then used a tool Cannon carried in a backpack to pry open locker doors, according to the police report. Cannon took a wallet and left the YMCA. He used a stolen credit card to buy items and then sold them, the report said. Cannon was leaving the O’Fallon YMCA when an employee recognized him and stopped him. Cannon had a tool used to break into lockers in his backpack, the report said. The report said that Cannon admitted going …
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Each week, O'Fallon Patch features a planner with weekend events in St. Charles County
Last Chance to See O'Fallon's Celebration of Lights Winter Break Art Camp Take One Last Drive Through Wentzville's Holiday Night Lights Lobby Auction to Benefit The 2012 Strong Community Campaign Wentzville Faith Christian Family Church's Pre-New Year's Eve Event Trains on Main Free Admission to Renaud Spirit Center New Year's Day Bingo in Wentzville St. Charles County Family YMCA - New Year's Day Open House For more information see, New Year's Eve Celebrations and Events in St. Charles County.
Monday, November 21, 2011
Patch rounds up some of the best holiday events in town this season.
Ready or not, the holiday season is here. Whether you’re already in the spirit or you’re digging in your heels, it’s time to get started on planning your holiday schedule. Patch has rounded up some of the best holiday events coming up for O’Fallon residents. Which ones will you attend? Laugh your way through the holidays. O’Fallon TheatreWorks will put on a production of A Dickens of a Christmas Carol: A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts, a comedy written by Mark Landon Smith. The play will be performed at O’Fallon Municipal Centre, located at 100 North Main St., with performances beginning at 8 p.m. on Dec. 2. Other 8 p.m. performances will include Dec. 3, Dec. 9 and 10. There will be two matinee performances at 2:00 pm on Dec. …
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Each week, O'Fallon Patch features a planner with weekend events
Check out Patch's round-up of events going on in and around O'Fallon this weekend. Watch the Poltergeist at SCC Zombie Crafts and Costume Contest SCC Holds Open Auditions For Young People’s Theatre’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” Sts. Joachim and Ann Care Service Children's Halloween Party Halloween Concert Fall Craft and Vendor Fair St. Louis Pet Lovers Expo Monsters in the Meadows Fall Hayrides at Broemmelsiek Park Halloween Spooktacular in New Town Lindenwood University Campus YMCA Spooky Saturday St. Charles Parks and Recreation Halloween Spooktacular
Friday, January 14, 2011
Looking for something to do close to home this weekend? Check out events happening right here in your hometown.
Take a break this weekend and enjoy all the music, laughter and flicks O’Fallon has to offer.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
The O'Fallon Y participated in the county-wide campaign to raise money for families who cannot afford monthly memberships.
For many local families, an O'Fallon Family YMCA membership is an unaffordable luxury during these tough economic times. But each year, from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28, the O'Fallon Family Y participates in a YMCA of Greater St. Louis campaign to raise funds for programs and family memberships. The lobby of the O'Fallon Family YMCA demonstrates the organization's commitment to raising money for the Strong Community Campaign. Patchwork quilts line the walls for an auction—part of the proceeds of which go to the campaign. Metal bookcases filled with young adult novels, notebooks and pens line the hallway, part of a book fair fundraiser. A sign above the hallway leading to the locker rooms reads, "Strong communities start here." The …