Paid for by Bob Burns for State Rep Committee, Patrick Mulcahy, Treasurer
Representative Burns with State Senator Gina Walsh addressing a Labor rally against Right-to-Work on Capitol steps.
Retired Staff Sergeant Jack Poitras, State Representative Bob Burns, and two of the many women who volunteer at the POW-MIA Museum at Jefferson Barracks.
St. Louis County Police Captain Schneider, Lt. Colonel Cox, Representative Bob Burns, and Chief Belmar.
Cubs from Bayless School District receiving awards from Representative Bob Burns in the State Capitol.
Bob Burns with some of the students when he spoke to 3 government classes at Affton High School and presenting them with U.S. and Missouri flags flown over the Capitol.
The Conservation Federation brought an American Bald Eagle to the Capitol.
Above: Helping parents pick out presents for their children, then wrapping the presents for them to deliver to their children, who are patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital. Pictured volunteering on Christmas Eve at Snowflake Village are Mike Louis Missouri AFL-CIO, Mike Goebel Teamsters Local 688, Merri Berry - Representative of the State AFL-CIO, Marvin Kropp Teamsters Joint Council 13, and State Representative Bob Burns - District 93. All of us along with Mr. Dennis P. Long owner Sam's Steakhouse and Dianne Burns, raised $3,100.00 to replenish Snowflake Villages' toy supply. Thanks as well to Mrs. Vicki Villani, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 655 from Schnucks in Affton, for donating THREE LARGE BAGS OF TOYS. It was all for the children, God bless them and help them to get well.
Sen. Scott Sifton and Rep Bob Burns touring the new Mosque being built in South St Louis County with members of the Bosnian Community.
St Louis County Police 3rd Precinct Captain Fuesting , State Rep. Bob Burns and Affton Fire Chief Fritz at an Affton Chamber of Commerce Meet & Greet.
Bob attending the Lemay Fire Protection District’s Open House.
Above: State Representative Bob Burns talking with military veterans at the dedication of the Affton Post Office building in honor of Sergeant Amanda N. Pinson (shown in inset photo).
Bob speaking to members of Scout Troop 200 from Affton.
Bob speaking to students about State Government at Rogers Middle School.