Hope For Ferguson Sparks Restoration

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(KPLR) - Grassroots groups are taking efforts to restore a sense of normalcy in Ferguson after all that has unfolded following the police shooting death of Michael Brown on August 9th. Hip-Hop artist, Flame, joined us Friday afternoon to tell us more about the 'buycott' event on Saturday in Ferguson.

Hope For Ferguson Sparks Restoration in St. Louis
October 18
Starts at 12pm
Forestwood Park
806 Ferguson Ave.

  • Shop-A-Thon to support local businesses
  • Donations will be collected for Koch Elementary
  • 2pm-5pm there will be free family festivities followed by a concert featuring Flame

Sponsor for the event include:
The Gate Church, Midtown Church, Clear Sight Music, Joy FM, Boost 101.9, Mission St. Louis, and BJ's Gul-licious Backyard BBQ.

St. Louis churches and christian radio stations host hope for Ferguson Saturday, October 18 at Forestwood Park (806 Ferguson Avenue).

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