For years, the big basement room at the nonprofit Wesley House in North St. Louis served as a classroom for the Head Start program, where on weekday mornings and afternoons, 3- and 4-year-old children clambered down the steps inside the brick building, hung their coats in cubbyholes and took their seats in the miniature plastic chairs around kid-size tables. Their hours were spent learning songs, hearing stories, creating art and eating... More >>>
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By Jennifer Silverberg
Wesley House executive director Terry Jones says, "Everybody kind of had a suspicion that HDC was having difficulties."