Dream Center “Food Drop” Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis

2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)
Dream Center "Food Drop" Draws Hundreds To N. St. Louis 2/29/12-Westbound traffic on Natural Bridge in north St. Louis was backed up for a half-dozen blocks Wednesday morning as drivers lined up for free food handouts. Three giant semi trailers loaded with goods from a group called "Feed The Children" arrived at the Center at N. Newstead and Margaretta, enough to feed 1,200 families. The Dream Center is an off-shoot of Joyce Meyer Ministries. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

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One Comment

  1. Linda says:

    Hmm, I’m not sure on that one. Seems like they’re only removing the wsuobtend lane to make sure that there are just as many freeway-access general purpose lanes. Why not just extend the existing lane bus-only lane? I’m not a big fan of Stewart or Howell, they’re basically just long I-5 ramps. At commute times they’re busy but the rest of the time the configuration of 4 lanes in one direction just encourages people to drive really fast and makes it more dangerous to cross.Oh, and the parking. Yeah, what the Denny Triangle really needs is more parking.

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