Fireball Run Sponsors
Team 10 - Pulaski Pride greatly appreciates all of your
What the Chamber did this week for our members!
*The Chamber attended the Pulaski County Sewer
District's Ground Breaking Ceremony for the new Weeks Hollow
Waste Water Treatment Facility on September 29th.
*The Chamber visited two Chamber members, Sanman's
Car Care and Aire Serv of Mid Missouri, who are the October
Showcase Businesses on October 1st. A sign was left at each
business for the month.
*The Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate
United Veterans Home Loan's new location in west Waynesville.
*Kate, our AmeriCorps VISTA, worked with 319 Waynesville
High School Seniors on their interview skills at the Journey
to College event on September 30th.
If you would like any information on any of the
items listed and how it can affect your business please contact
Ribbon Cutting for Vivid Impressions Photography,
LLC. - October 7th at 5:30 p.m. at 12967 Hwy 17 in Plato.
2015 Community Pride Night
Attention Tiger Fans!!!! A new school year is upon
us and with that comes another season of Tiger Football! No other
event on the Chamber Calendar elicits as much excitement and enthusiasm
as Community Pride Night held October 2nd to support the Waynesville
Tiger Homecoming football game! As always hotdogs and sodas are
provided free of charge outside the gate.
For more information contact our office at (573) 336-5121 or
Annual Frog Race
The Chamber is proud to announce the 8th Annual
Frog Race sponsored by Sonic Drive In on October 3rd in the Waynesville
City Park in conjunction with Frogtober Fest. During this event
Chamber frogs will jockey for position as they race down the Roubidoux
all striving to win.
Stop by the Chamber booth at Frogtober Fest and
either enter a lone frog for $5 or a team of 3 for $10. The more
frogs you have the better your chances of walking away a winner!
The 1st place prize is a $75 cash, 2nd place prize is a $50 cash
and 3rd prize is a $25 cash, all prizes are donated by The Maries
County Bank. Click here
for the web page and adoption form.
The Young Professionals Conference (YPC) gives our young adults
an opportunity to grow their communication and leadership skills,
becoming self-sufficient and productive members of our community.
The event begins with a True Colors® Seminar and breakout
sessions in the afternoon. Breakout session topics include Community
Involvement, Interpersonal Skills, Keeping Social Media Professional
and Interview Skills.
The YPC will be held on Saturday, October 17, 2015 at
Ozarks Technical Community College - Waynesville Campus. Check-In
begins at 8:30am and program will begin at 9:00am. Space is limited
to 30 participants which includes high school students, college
students, and young adults currently in the workforce. The registration
form is available here.
$50 investments/sponsorships are available to keep the cost to
participants at little to nothing. Contact Kate at email@example.com
or 573-336-5121 for more information.
"In Your Honor" Veteran's Day Parade
The Waynesville-St. Robert Area Chamber of Commerce and the cities
of St. Robert and Waynesville invite the community to participate
in the 2015 Veterans' Day Ceremony and Parade on Wednesday, November
The ceremony will be held at 11:00 a.m. before the parade in
the St. Robert Municipal Center parking lot. The parade will officially
step off following the ceremony at 11:30 a.m., and will go from
the Municipal Center, turn right onto Missouri Avenue, turn left
onto Old Rt. 66, turn around at Citizens Mortgage Company, and
end at the St. Robert Community Center. Missouri Ave and Old Route
66 will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to approximately 1:30 p.m. It
is recommended that commuters find alternate routes.
The drop-off location for the parade will be the Paul's Furniture
Outlet parking lot. Drop-offs will not be allowed at the St. Robert
Municipal Center. If you have more than one vehicle in the parade
you must arrive to the line-up together to be in the parade together.
Line-up will be between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. We encourage
participants to attend the ceremony which will be held before
the parade starts. The parade may be cancelled in the event of
For questions or to make your reservations to participate in
the parade (reservations are required), call the Chamber office
at 573-336-5121 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for parade entry registration is Friday, October
30th by 5:00 p.m. The parade may be cancelled in the
event of inclement weather.
Volunteers Needed for the Veterans'
We are in need of volunteers to help with the Veterans' Day Parade.
Please contact the Chamber at 573-336-5121 or email email@example.com.
Nominations Open for the 2015 Citizen of the Year
The Waynesville - St. Robert Area Chamber of Commerce
is preparing for its annual Citizen of the Year Award to be presented
at our Community Leadership Awards Banquet. From now until November
13, 2015 the Chamber of Commerce will be accepting nominations
from Chamber members. A one page letter outlining the candidate's
qualifications and experience will comprise the formal nomination
form, as well as a cover sheet including the following information:
nominee's name, home address, office address, home phone number,
office phone number, sponsor, point of contact, day phone number,
and a 150 word summary of the nominee with his/her photo.
The Citizen of the Year Award is meant to recognize
a person who has performed outstanding and dedicated service to
the community and/or towards helping others over time not for
a particular year of service. The individual nominated must have
provided such service in the Waynesville-St. Robert area. Please
mail or e-mail your nominations to: Waynesville-St. Robert Area
Chamber of Commerce, 137 St. Robert Boulevard Ste. B, St. Robert,
MO 65584, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions contact the Chamber office
at 573-336-5121, or e-mail at email@example.com.
to download the 2015 Citizen of the Year Nomination Form.
Promote Your Business to the Spouses at Fort
The Waynesville-St. Robert Area Chamber of Commerce
will host the Fort Wood Community Spouses Club (FWCSC) community
caravan on November 6th. The
Chamber is collecting items, such as coupons, fliers, or small
gifts, to put together a goody bag for each of the ladies. The
Chamber is also collecting door prizes to be given during the
event. This is a great opportunity to showcase
your business. If you are interested in contributing to
the goody bags or would like to donate a door prize please drop
them off to the Chamber by 5:00 p.m. on October 30th.
If you have any questions please call the Chamber office at 573-336-5121
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chamber for Good
The response from our non-profit members has been unbelievable!
20+ of our non-profits have created accounts on our Chamber for
Good site. They have been busy posting needs, both items and volunteer
opportunities, along with upcoming events. It's exciting to see
so many opportunities to aid our local charities.
Now its time for us as a community to help them succeed in their
mission to make Pulaski County a better place. Please visit www.chamberforgood.com/wsr
and scroll all the way down to the bottom, you'll see this box.
Enter your email address, click "submit" and every Monday
afternoon you'll receive an email with the latest needs posted
from our Chamber for Good members. Spread the word to your family,
friends, and co-workers what our charities need.
Have a group that wants to donate time but you don't see anything
that fits?? Make an offer directly to all the charities. Have
an overabundance of an item?? Make an offer directly to all the
charities. Here's a short "how-to" video.
2015 - 2016 Sponsorship Opportunities
for information on 2015 - 2016 Sponsorship Opportunities. For
more information on any Chamber event contact the Chamber office
at 573-336-5121 or email
The Chamber is proud of what the local area has
to offer and is constantly looking for new ways to share it with
the community. Dollars spent local stay local which helps the
community to continually grow and prosper.
Anyone with a Shop Local Key Tag can visit a participating
business and receive a discount or take advantage of a special
offer. For a list of participating businesses click here.
For more information about the Shop Local Key Tag
Program visit www.keepitlocal.biz.
Local Participant Form
1. We are community centric.
2. We accommodate all people, regardless of their
physical situation. We can work with anyone.
3. Our philosophy is fitness is about improving
performance, and only the degree of performance and not the type
is different for everyone.
4. We have a unique tier based system that allows
memberships to get cheaper as the member gets better.
5. Our programming is goal oriented using periodization
principles that progress an athlete in achieving results.
on the clues below, guess what Chamber member business is being
described. Click the link below to submit your guess. Any Chamber
member guessing the correct business will be put in a drawing each
month to receive a free luncheon. There is a new clue for a different
Chamber member each week so you have multiple opportunities to be
added into the drawing. Your correct answer must be submitted each
Thursday by 3:00 p.m. to be entered into the drawing. The answer
for the previous week will be posted with the new clue in each Friday's
This business in St. Robert was established in 1998. They are
proud to offer custom, preservation framing to the residents and
Military personnel passing through our lovely town. They offer some
home decor items and a small amount of jewelry for your spontaneous
shopping pleasure! They work with several conservators that can
repair many types of art forms. Photo restoration is available through
one of their resources. They can make your photos look like new
is This Member?
Last Week's Answer: B & B Waynesville Patriot
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Proposed Change to the Special Management Areas Fishing Regulation
PCOA Opposes the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) proposed
change to the special Management Areas fishing regulation within
Pulaski County, Missouri Dixon, MO. The Missouri Department
of Conservation (MDC) is proposing a major change to the Gasconade
River MDC Special Management Area smallmouth bass length limit from
the current 18 inch limit down to a 15-inch minimum length limit.
The Gasconade River MDC Special Management Area runs approximately
21 miles on the Gasconade River from Riddle Bridge public access
down river to Jerome Highway D Bridge. Thousands of anglers from
around Missouri and adjoining states travel to Pulaski Countys
Gasconade River MDC Special Management Area for its
great Smallmouth Bass fishing. A reduction from the current smallmouth
bass 18-inch length limit down to a 15-inch minimum
length limit is a step in the wrong direction in maintaining
world class "Smallmouth Bass Fishing within Pulaski County.
MDC is seeking public input on the proposed regulation change and
will host a series of open houses around the state. A MDC open house
will be held in St. Robert, MO, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct 5, 2015
at the St. Robert Community Center, 114 J.H. Williamson Drive.
About PCOA - Pulaski County Outfitters Association (PCOA) is a
network of professional paddlesport outfitters and retailers that
promote paddling, fishing and outdoor activities in Pulaski County,
Contact: Larry Helms
President, Pulaski County Outfitter Association (PCOA)
Homecoming Court for 2015
The Homecoming Court for 2015 has been announced and its members
are Afatia Poinsette, freshman; Halle Craven, senior; Mary Gail
DuBose, senior; Alexis Willingham, senior; Alyssa Parker, senior;
Judy Swink, junior, and Ebony Sago, sophomore. Coronation will be
held at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2, before the Homecoming football
2015 Waynesville High School Homecoming Football Game Will Not
Be Televised on Channel 12
The 2015 Waynesville High School Homecoming football game will not
be televised on Channel 12 or streamed online. The game is scheduled
for Friday, Oct. 2, with a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Tim Wallace, the Waynesville R-VI
School District video production instructor and district programmer,
will be unable to broadcast the game.
"My apologies to all of our fans and the community for not
being able to televise Friday's homecoming game," Wallace says.
"My wife has been experiencing medical problems and has been
in the hospital since Sept. 17 and will be undergoing another surgical
procedure on Friday, Oct. 2. I hope everyone understands that I
need to be with my wife at this time."
Tickets for the homecoming game are available for purchase at the
gate and senior citizens age 60 and older with an athletic pass
are admitted free of charge. The next televised football game is
scheduled for Oct. 16 as the Waynesville Tigers host the Kickapoo
VISTA Members Gather Donations for Students
AmeriCorps VISTA members of the Waynesville R-VI School District
raised more than $4,700 in school supplies for students in need
during the annual Stuff the Bus fundraiser. VISTA members hosted
fundraisers during July and August in partnership with Wal-Mart
Supercenter and local volunteers to collect needed school supplies
for the 2015-2016 school year.
On Aug. 21, 2015, AmeriCorps VISTA Members delivered 150 backpacks
filled with school supplies to Waynesville schools. Backpacks were
distributed to students in need who might otherwise not have the
necessary school supplies to begin the year.
In addition to Stuff the Bus, the Gap Outlet of Osage Beach, Mo.,
made a generous donation of Gap and Gap Kids clothing and shoes.
Judy Lorne, general manager of the Gap Outlet, provided the items
in order to support students who are in need of new school clothes.
Approximately 10 large boxes of clothing and shoes were donated
- valued at approximately $12,500. Gap partnered with Boys and Girls
Clubs of America through their "A little charity goes a long
way" campaign to provide the donations to the school district.
The Waynesville Boys and Girls Club is sponsored through the Waynesville
School District's afterschool program, Club TIGER.
Waynesville schools were excited to receive the back to school
donations and have begun distributing the items to students who
are in need. Dr. Kim Hawk, community resource coordinator for the
district, stated that "the district is grateful to have businesses
and individuals willing to support our students. Each year many
students head back to school without the supplies and clothing they
need to be successful. Because of these generous donations, we will
be able to equip more students for success in the 2015-2016 school
Henry to be Inducted into HIgh School's Hall of Fame
Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent of the Waynesville R-VI School
District, will be inducted into the Winnetonka High School Hall
of Fame on Friday, Oct. 2, in Kansas City, Mo.
"I am honored to be receiving this award," says Henry.
"While I do not feel deserving, I hope that a student at my
alma mater can use my example of hard work and perseverance paying
off. I was not naturally the best student or the best athlete, but
I always worked hard and it made a difference on and off the field."
The Hall of Fame honors and recognizes Winnetonka alumni who exemplify
the values, traditions and successes of Winnetonka High School and
who, by their accomplishments, will inspire and encourage current
Winnetonka students to do the same. Henry is a graduate of the class
"I was fortunate to attend the North Kansas City School District
because I was blessed with educators who cared about me as a person.
During my senior year, I lost my best friend and my parents divorced,
and it was my teachers and coaches, as well as the support of my
mother, who helped me to persevere. I owe a debt of gratitude to
the teachers and coaches who pushed me to do my best," Henry
says. "That's why I am so passionate about education. I know
that a good education and outstanding teachers and coaches change
The only downside to his receiving this award is that Henry will
miss Waynesville's homecoming, but he also is quick to point out
that he is practicing what he preaches. "I continually express
the importance of serving as a role model in the community and how
you just never know who is watching," Henry says. "If
one young person back home or here in Waynesville is encouraged
by my story, then my time away will be worthwhile."
Henry's career in education includes teaching at Winnetonka, where
as a student he was a multi-sport athlete and earned several honors,
including the Dennis Balagna Award in football. Henry went on to
be a 4-year letterman in football at Missouri Valley College and
received all-conference honors, as well as Senior Athlete of the
Year while at MVC.
He holds several degrees including a Doctorate in Education from
the University of Kansas. Beyond teaching at his alma mater Winnetonka
and before joining the Waynesville R-VI School District, Henry served
the Camdenton R-III School District as deputy superintendent, assistant
superintendent and high school principal. During his 23-year career
in education, he has also worked at Park Hill South High School
and Oak Grove Middle School. As superintendent of the Waynesville
R-VI School District, Henry spearheaded efforts that led to Waynesville
High School being the first in the State of Missouri to implement
a college readiness program from the National Math and Science Institute.
The program resulted in a record number of Waynesville High School
students earning AP college credit. The district also annually continues
to increase its MAP and APR scores under his leadership.
Henry serves as the Missouri State Commissioner for the Military
Interstate Children's Compact Commission, a national commission
including all 50 states dedicated to easing transitional issues
in schools for children of service members, and is involved in several
other projects supporting the children and families of military
communities. Henry also serves as chairman of the Sustainable Ozarks
Partnership, which is dedicated to the growth of Fort Leonard Wood
and the surrounding area.
Henry and his wife, Dr. Kristina Henry, have four daughters Morgan,
Madison, Mollie and Mary.
District receives AdvancED Recognition
Tina Woolsey, Missouri Director for AdvancED, presented an AdvancEd
plaque recognizing the Waynesville R-VI School District for its
accomplishments to Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent, and Dr. Trish
Adkins, assistant superintendent of instructional services, on Sept.
21 during the Waynesville R-VI Board of Education meeting. The Waynesville
R-VI School District received district-level accreditation through
AdvancED, the organization formally known as North Central. This
is an international accreditation certifying that the district meets
the high standards for educational excellence put forth by AdvancED.
Tina Woolsey, Missouri Director for AdvancED, also presented an
AdvancEd plaque to Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent, for advancing
excellence in education.
WHS Students named to District Choir
The following WHS students were chosen as members of the Central
District Choirs following their audition on Monday at School of
the Osage. The Honor Choir is the top choir of the district. Both
choirs will rehearse on Saturday, Nov. 14, at WHS and then present
a concert at 5 p.m. in the WHS Theatre. Congratulations to these
students and their directors, Nathan Schaefferkoetter and Chelsea
Handley, and choir accompanist, Michael Perrine.
Alicia Force, Jordan Kane, Xena Thompson, Zoey Logan, Alexic Gaono,
Megan Whittaker, Exechiel Daos, Young Park, Adam Reiser, Jacob Meza,
Jean Museau, Jonathan Gerspach
Jennifer Schenkenfelder, Maya Fluent, Ryhia Stevenson, Ashley Shelar,
Autumn Sitton, Jordan Hammock, Krystina Zabeck, Vanessa Nichols,
Austin Underwood, Ethan Brown, Andrei Sorrel, Austin Baker, Derrick
Anglin, Jesse Laughlin, Jesse Whittaker
Happy 5th Anniversary Hoppers Pub
Happy 5th Anniversary Free Women's Center of
Volunteer Shifts Needing To Be Filled
Friday, Oct. 2nd 12 pm - 3 pm 1; 3 pm - 6 pm 2
Saturday, Oct. 3rd 12 pm - 3 pm 2; 3 pm - 7 pm 2
Sunday, Oct. 4th 10 am - 12 pm 1; 12 pm -3 pm 3; 3 pm - 6 pm 3
If you could assist with any of these shifts, please let us know
by calling 573-329-2039.
Kelly Miller Circus is coming to Waynesville
Step right up! The Circus is coming to Waynesville, MO on Wednesday,
October 14th. The Kelly Miller Circus, one of only a few traveling
circuses still in existence, will appear at Waynesville Roubidoux
Park, with shows at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; thanks to the sponsorship
of the City of Waynesville for benefit of the City Park System and
the Little Heroes Playground Project. Advance tickets are available
at Waynesville City Hall, Bank of Iberia, and the Waynesville and
St. Robert locations of Security Bank of Pulaski County.
The Circus will start erecting the giant Big Top at approximately
9:00 a.m. Circus morning followed by a Tiger Meet and Greet, and
everyone is invited to come and watch free of charge. The Circus
is a fund raiser for the Little Heroes Playground Project. This
organization receives a greater share of the advance ticket sales
than from tickets sold on Circus day. Show your support for the
Little Heroes Playground Project by purchasing your tickets early.
Current Openings with MWR
Bartenders Bowling Facility Maintenance Worker Child & Youth
Program Assistants Food Service Workers (NA-01)
Food Service Workers (NA-02) Recreation Aids Recreation Aid (Facility
Aid) Recreation Aid (Facility Operator)
Sales Clerk Waiters
Watch for the upcoming vacancies; that will be out on USA Jobs soon!
CYS School Liaison Cook (CYS) Part-Time
To apply for the positions above, please visit usajobs.gov and apply
on line (in the location - type in Fort Leonard Wood and all positions
that are currently open will populate).
Have you worked for Army NAF within the last three years? You may
apply for non-competitive reinstatement into the same or equivalent
position in grade, or one with a lower rate of pay. This means you
can visit the NAF Personnel Office with the following documentations;
(1) Resume or DA 3433 (application for Non-appropriated Fund Employment)
(2) DA 3434 (Notification of Personnel Action) (3) Additional documentation
to meet qualification requirements (HS diploma, official college
transcripts, certifications, licenses, etc.) and be place on the
Visit the NAF Personnel Office in Person located in Building 470,
Suite 1207 to pick up a Manual Application Package.
If you have any questions, issues applying on line, or need assistance,
The NAF Personnel Office is located at 13486 Replacement Avenue
(Building 470), Suite 1207, Fort Leonard Wood - Phone: (573) 596-0283
Hours of Operations: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0800 -
1600 closed from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday 8:00 - 11:30
and closed in the afternoon.
Trunk or Treat
Trunk or Treat at Bow and Barrel Sportsmen Center is October 31st
from 4-8pm. 40 decorated trunks for trick or treating, bounce house,
pumpkin decorating, plus tons of treats and drinks. Event is free
for the whole family. We are still looking for trunks (individual
or business), candy donations, and volunteers for the evening. Anyone
who provided a decorated trunk that evening will receive a free
20 day membership and be eligible for the grand prize for best decorated
trunk. If interested please contact Mikayla at email@example.com.
2nd Annual Kids Helping Kids Dinner
Mark your calendar and plan to attend a fun-filled evening of Kids
Helping Kids on September 26th. Cocktail hour is from 6 - 7 p.m.
with dinner and presentation from 7 - 8:30 p.m. Portions of the
meal, table service, and entertainment provided by students from
Camdenton Schools and School of the Osage.
Tickets are $49 each and available at Kids Harbor, Central Bank
and First National Bank. Attire is business casual to formal.
For sponsorship information contact Carrie Judas at 573-216-5087.
Veterans Day Half Marathon and 4 Miler
Veterans Day Half Marathon and 4 Miler on Saturday November 7th
at 9:00 a.m. at the Missouri Veteran's Home in St. James.
Please join us as we celebrate Veterans Day and the opportunity
to honor those who have served, who are currently serving, their
families, and the sacrifices they have made for our great country.
Net proceeds from this event will be contributed to the Missouri
Veterans Home in St. James, and put towards the purchase of a new
bus. They will be better able to transport residents to activities
and appointments, furthering Team RWB's mission of "Enriching
the Lives of America's Veterans". Please register at split-secondtiming.com.
Tax Course from Liberty Tax
Register today for Liberty's Tax Course. This is a ten week course
September 28th through December 2nd, Mondays and Wednesdays 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Liberty Tax Service is located at 555 Marshall Drive in
St. Robert. For more information visit libertytax.com/tax-education
or call 573-336-4829/573-308-8409.
Rising Above Hunger
RE/MAX Professional Realty will be hosting "Rising Above Hunger",
The purpose is to raise funds for the "Snack in a Pack"
program. This program provides food to kids in need.
RE/MAX Professional Realty will have the RE/MAX Hot Air Balloon
on location and giving free tethered flights!. There will be several
activities for children so it should be a fun time for all.
The date is October 11, 2015 and this event will be held at the
Waynesville City Park 4:00-7:30 p.m.
Cardio 4 a Cure
Kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month with Cardio 4 a Cure on
October 3rd from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., hosted by The CENTRE in Rolla
and sponsored by PCRMC. Cost to participate is $20, event includes
two hours of cardio, weightlifting, Zumba, and a t-shirt! Items
for sale include raffle ticket, crafts, and food.
Our goal is to assist local women to receive their annual mammograms
for free at the PCRMC Breast Cancer Center. 100% of proceeds raised
are donated to the PCRMC Breast Center Mammography Fund.
Language Classes and Cultural Art and Craft Fair at the Waynesville
The Waynesville Library is happy to announce that free language
classes for adults 18 and up will be staring the beginning of October.
The first beginning Spanish classes will be held on Saturday, October
3rd from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. The fist beginning German class will
be held on Monday October 5th from 4:45 until 5:45 p.m. If you are
interested in enrolling in a free language class, please sign up
at the Waynesville Library. Space is limited so come in soon.
The Waynesville Library is hosting its first monthly cultural arts
and craft fair Friday, October 3rd from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. If
you are an artist or craftsman who would like to have a booth at
this event, please stop by the library or call 573-774-2965 to reserve
a booth space or for more information.
6th Annual Walk & 5K Run for Life
6th Annual Walk & 5K Run for Life Saturday, October 10th ,
in the Waynesville City Park. All proceeds will benefit the Nativity
House. One can register or learn more at www.supportmyfwc.com
or call (573) 774-4992.
Meramec Regional Planning Commission is accepting door prize
and auction item donations for their Annual Dinner
The Meramec Regional Planning Commission's 2015 Annual Dinner is
planned for Friday, October 30th at the Havener Center in Rolla
to honor and award community volunteers. If you would like to donate
a door prize or auction item - such as gift baskets, services or
products - we welcome the opportunity to highlight your business.
Proceeds from MRPC's silent auction helps offset the cost of our
annual dinner so we can continue to honor the volunteers who are
critical to the success of our region.
Items should be received by Thursday, October 15th. When making
or accepting donations for the auction table, please help us further
promote and support local businesses by submitting business cards
or brochures that may then be included in table displays.
We would be happy to assist you with coordinating a pick-up of a
donation. If you have any questions, please contact Jill Hollowell
or 573-265-2993 ext. 109.
Every Halloween, parents are looking for a safe and exciting place
for their children to trick or treat. Fortunately, Pumpkin Fest
provides safety, food, and fun, all in a carnival type setting.
This event has been an annual Pulaski County tradition for over
8 years. In 2014, more than two thousand local residents participated
in the festivities.
Each year, area churches, non-profits, and other organizations
work together as one team to foster unity, community caring, and
Events include hayrides, pumpkin patch, live bands, bounce houses,
carnival games, petting zoo, balloon animals, Sparky the Fire Dog,
free food, candy, and so much more.
Join us at the Waynesville City Park for this free fabulous fall
event. October 31, 2015. 4 pm-6 pm. Alternate rain date is November
1, 2015 4 pm-6 pm. For more information, please call 573-774-2299.
"Strong Chambers of Commerce may be
measured in many ways: by the number of members, activities,
economic development, community growth, etc. We thank our
members for continuing their investment in the Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber of Commerce, in their business, and in our community.
Your membership makes our Chamber stronger. By being a member
you are identifying yourself with Waynesville-St. Robert's leading
October 2, 2015
||Community Pride Night
October 3, 2015
||Virtuous Women's Expo
||Cardio 4 a Cure
||Cultural Arts and
||Free Language Classes
October 7, 2015
||Ribbon Cutting for
Vivid Impressions Photography, LLC.
October 8, 2015
||Fall Cleanup for Waynesville
October 10, 2015
||6th Annual Walk/5k
Run for Life
October 11, 2015
||Rising Above Hunger
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community calendar please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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yourself and have dedication and pride - and never quit, you'll
be a winner. The price of victory is high but so are the rewards."
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