The Trivia Night to benefit LINC St. Charles County has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. This event will be rescheduled later this year. LINC wishes to sincerely thank everyone who supports the work they do to support disadvantaged families on the path to self-sufficiency. To learn more about LINC and the work they do to break the cycle of poverty, please visit our website at https://lincscc.wordpress.com/ or our Facebook page.
All Wentzville, MO Area Residents: Please support LINC, a non-profit organization located in Wentzville. It is easy! Chick-fil-A will donate a portion of sales to customers who mention LINC’s name when placing their orders on March 8, 2018. This includes both inside dining and the drive-through…and is for this one day only at the Wentzville location at 1918 Wentzville Parkway. Order anything off the Chick-Fil-A menu from between the hours of 6 am and 10 pm and remember to mention LINC when placing your order. It’s that easy! Thank you for your support.
Thursday, March 8, 2018 is LINC day at Chick-fil-A in Wentzville!
Chick-fil-A will donate a portion of sales to LINC for customers who mention LINC’s name when placing their orders. This includes both inside dining and the drive-through…and is for this one day, Thursday, March 8th only. So please stop by Chick-fil-A on March 8th, anytime between 6 am and 10 pm to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner, and remember to mention LINC when placing your order. Thank you for your support.
The weekend of January 19-21, 2018, brought together three local and distinct organizations for a unified, significant purpose. LINC St. Charles County in Wentzville, MO, provided training space for American Heritage Girls (AHG) Troop 3130, chartered by Dardenne Presbyterian Church, to take Mid America TEEN CERT training with instructors, Mark Rosenblum and LaFaye Young. Continue reading “LINC Hosts Mid America TEEN CERT”
On December 12-14, First Baptist Wentzville and the HOPE Food Pantry partnered with LINC for their annual Christmas Store. Individuals, retail stores, churches, Toys For Tots and community groups donated new unwrapped toys for boys and girls ranging in ages of birth to 18 years. Their generosity is much appreciated.
Families that had an emergency need were able to schedule an appointment for one of the three days for their own shopping experience. A Continue reading ““Share Your Love” Christmas Store”
Children who attend the LINC Hope Learning Center performed their Christmas Play for their family and friends on December 19th. And what a performance it was! They proudly wore their Christmas costumes, and played their parts with much enthusiasm. These children are all pre-school, but you wouldn’t have guessed it based on how well they remembered their parts, and delivered them to their entranced audience. The children were very entertaining and, oh so happy. They each shined like a bright little star— Job very well done indeed! Continue reading “A Delightful Christmas Play!”