“The pay-what-you-want chili, Shaich added, is also meant to help elevate the discussion of food insecurity at a time when the unemployment rate continues to be fairly high. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, about 15 percent of American households in 2011 were unsure whether they would have enough food to meet the needs of family members.
“We want to challenge the people in St. Louis to understand this issue and vote with us in helping to pay it forward,” Shaich said. “Our commitment is we don’t make anything on this.”
80 years and 6 years.
4 generations. He’s had 2 children, 6 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren sit on that lap and read books or play games with him.
Story time: This is my Dad’s dad holding my sister’s son. My mom was pregnant at the same time as my Dad’s sister. They were both asking my Grandma what Elton (Grandpa) was like when my Dad and Aunt were little. She said, in kind of a [still] annoyed way, “He had several years working late at night and didn’t like it. I’d get the kids to bed early and he’d come in and wake them up to play for a little before he went to bed.”
American Czech Educational Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
Our family and friends went to their fall festival and had some amazing Czech food! From goulash to kolach.
Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour.