AROUND TOWN educational resource through instructional videos and documents for those seeking details regarding how to fully use Google-sponsored applications.
MARK CALENDARS FOR UPCOMING LOCAL "NATIONAL NIGHT OUT" Chesterfield will join 10,000 other U.S. communities in observing the 36th annual National Night Out in America, an event about crime and drug prevention Oct 1. The event is designed to increase awareness, bolster local anti-crime efforts, strengthen police-community partnerships and send signals that communities fight crime as well. Residents are
CHESTERFIELD'S OWN NINJA
asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend time with neighbors and local police officers.
Chesterfield Police Department's own Officer
A local, community-wide observation will be at
Johanna Flushing was set to appear on American
Chesterfield Amphitheater 6-8 p.m. with informa-
Ninja Warrior on NBC in July. The Ninja Warrior
tion booths, vendors and police and fire vehicles
competition she participated in was taped in
present. For more information, call 636.537.6769 or
Cincinnati, Ohio. She made it to the Ring Swing, but
her run didn't make the final episode. Regardless, she's a local ninja hero.
TAPPING BEYOND MISSOURI FROM CHESTERFIELD ROOTS A company launched in Chesterfield in 2009, International Tap House, opened its first location outside of Missouri during July. While International Tap has locations in Columbia, Kansas City and two in St. Louis (Soulard and the Central West End), its flagship Chesterfield location closed at the end of 2018. Owners recently established a shop in a 2,400-square-foot space in Louisville's NuLu/ Butchertown area, with 45 beers on tap and a selection of 250 cans and bottles.
LOCAL GIRL SCOUT ACHIEVES GOLD
LOCAL TEACHER INDUCTED INTO EDUCATIONAL THEATRE ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME Chesterfield resident Robert Fowler dedicated
Nicole Licavoli, a Chesterfield resident and ris-
his life to education when he began teaching in
ing Marquette High School senior, was recognized
1972. His years of supporting theatre programs
at the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Reflections
and students have led to him being inducted into
Ceremony this summer for achieving her Girl Scout
the Educational Theatre Association Hall of Fame
The Gold Award challenges Girl Scouts to
Robert and his wife, Marti, developed the instruc-
develop collaboration and problem-solving skills,
tional series Practical Technical Theatre, which
while gaining confidence and lifelong leadership
has been used in more than 2,000 schools world-
capabilities, as well as making a positive difference.
wide. He has received the Association's Standing
For her Gold Award project, she created the
Ovation Award, President’s Award, awards from
website CrushCommunication.com to provide an
Chesterfield Lifestyle | September 2019
September 2019 Issue of Chesterfield Lifestyle