Kimmswick Post Office Restoration Fund Raising Event
May 5, 2012 3:00pm to 8:00pm
Tin Cup Gifts & Bistro
6025 Third Street Kimmswick, MO 63053
Our charming little Post Office is one of Kimmswick's most beloved places. Our United States Post Office has been in continuous operation in the City of Kimmswick since 1858. The current Post Office building is about 100 years old. The building was donated to the City Of Kimmswick by Lucianna Gladney-Ross in December 2010. The building needs lots of work and the goal of the City of Kimmswick is to maintain the charming look and feel once the renovation is completed. It is going to be a long and hard project for which we are appealing to your hearts for support.
Raising funds to restore the Post Office in Historic Kimmswick has been an ongoing grass-roots effort and we are proud to announce that Tin Cup Gifts and Bistro has stood up to help us in our efforts.
The Fund Raising Event
Tin Cup Gifts and Bistro has volunteered to host a fund raising event to be held on May 5, 2012, 3:00pm to 8:00pm. The event will have several aspects:
A silent auction of high quality items donated by several residents and supporters of the Post Office restoration project. (All proceeds going to the Post Office Fund.)
An opportunity to make cash donations to the Post Office fund.
An incredible spread of Tin Cups’ famous Balls, Appetizers, and Sauces. (cost is $25.00 per person)
There will be a cash bar provided by the host which will offer Missouri Wines and beer.
Music by local performers.
An opportunity to mingle and socialize with the true believers in Kimmswick.
Reservations for the Tin Cup event are recommended. Call 636-464-4747.
Donations for the silent auction are being accepted and for more information call
Michael Erbschloe at 314-221-1886 or email email@example.com
The Old Post Office Project page on the City of Kimmswick Website:
The City of Kimmswick Website:
The Post Office Facebook page:
Keywords: Post Office, Restoration, preservation
Posted: March 22, 2012
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