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St. Louis on the Air
4:41 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

STL Village Provides Network For Aging St. Louisans Wanting To Stay In Their Own Homes

(via Flickr/natematias)

For the thousands of St. Louisans retiring and deciding how to live the latter years of their life, keeping their independence and living in the comfort of their own home is a primary concern.

That's where STL Village hopes to step in.

Part of the national Village to Village network, the goal of STL Village is to provide members with the services needed for them to stay in their own homes longer, as well as the social activities desired to help them stay connected.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:19 pm
Mon May 6, 2013

Journalist, Former Ballwin Resident Stone Phillips Shares Story Of Aging Parents

Stone Phillips along with his parents, Vic and Grace Phillips
(Courtesy: The Nine Network)

Journalist Stone Phillips grew up in Ballwin, Missouri and graduated from Parkway West High School.

Phillips spent 15 years at NBC News as a co-host of Dateline NBC and served as a substitute host for NBC Nightly News, Today and Meet the Press.  He now does reports on his own time at the website, Stone Phillips Reports.

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St. Louis on the Air
3:09 pm
Thu October 18, 2012

Documentary "Age Of Champions" Makes St. Louis Debut

Featured athlete Bill Cannon
Sheila Rhoades
  • Interview with Christopher Rufo and Bill Cannon

Every other year, senior citizens compete in the National Senior Olympics.  In Age of Champions, director Christopher Rufo shares the story of five athletes including sprinters, jumpers, and swimmers.

Host Don Marsh talks with Rufo and Bill Cannon, an 82-year-old swimmer from the St. Louis area who has earned more than 2,000 medals at the Senior Olympics.  Age of Champions is set to make its debut on PBS in 2013.

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