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  • Boojferd
    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    March 09, 2018



    Look no further than the brats at Wash. U. and the folks in the surrounding neighborhoods that dispise religion and anything associated with it.


    Have Bill McClellan do a story in the St. Louis Post Dispatch. He lives in the neighborhood. That would get attention.

    Diane Meyer

    Interesting idea, Connie

    Frank K

    No trespassing, Private Property signs, with a requirement of visitors to register. That will get their attending, also set up security cameras with the red and blue blinking lights, like they have by the DoubleTree parking lot and Schlafly Tap Room parking area.


    Do you take umbrage that they are stepping on a planting bed, the cross, or both? If it’s because of the planting bed, how would anyone know it’s a planting bed in this context? If it’s because it’s a cross, I believe the seminary has a cross in the middle of its basketball court and it gets stepped on all the time. I would suggest signage asking people to refrain from stepping on it.

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