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November 21, 2014

The Chamber Staff and Board of Directors would like to wish everyone a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving

Every Blooming Thing
Glenna & Jesse Bilyeu
206 Historic 66 W
Waynesville, MO 65583
(573) 774-6775

Chamber Office Closed - November 27th and 28th in observance of Thanksgiving.

Weekly Update Submissions Deadline

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday and the closing of the Chamber office submissions for the November 28th Weekly Update are due Wednesday, November 26th by 1:00 p.m. Thank you.

Help make Pulaski County a Certified Work Ready Community

Pulaski County has been approved by the Missouri State Investment Board as a Work Ready Community In Progress.
There are now 43 Counties participating in the Work Ready Community In Progress Certification Program.

The goal of Certified Work Ready Communities is to attract, retain, and develop a workforce with the education and fundamental skills necessary to succeed in the 21st Century.

The designation demonstrates Pulaski County's dedication and commitment to preparing their workforce for the jobs of today and the jobs of the future. The CWRC in Progress status grants Pulaski County up to two years to attain full CWRC Certification.

Employers are needed to help Pulaski County reach the CWRC Certification. There is no cost involved and does not obligate an employer to anything. It simply indicates you have heard of the NCRC and that you would prefer candidates who apply for your job openings to have a certificate.

To support this effort, go to
This is a very short registration and only takes two minutes.
The goals for Pulaski County are updated monthly and can be viewed at any time at

Show-Me Heroes Chamber Challenge

The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber encourages all business members to take the pledge to actively recruit Veterans and Service Members for available positions.

Take the Show-Me Heroes pledge by clicking here and fill out your pledge form.

Shop Small Business Saturday November 29th!

On November 29th, between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses nationwide. This day is designed to promote area merchants and encourage consumers to spend their dollars locally. The Chamber is proud of what the Waynesville-St. Robert area has to offer and wants to share it with the community. Take this opportunity to meet and support the businesses that support your community. Dollars spent locally keep more businesses alive which keeps the community alive. Last year, over one hundred million people came together to Shop Small® in their communities on Small Business Saturday®. Start your holiday shopping in Waynesville-St. Robert. It's All Here! Come out on November 29th and explore, discover, and shop!

How to get involved:

-Visit to find out where to Shop Small® near you.
-Learn how you can rally your friends and family at
- "Like" the Small Business Saturday page on

Small Business Owners Visit to help you:
-Promote your business with free in-store signage,
sample social media posts and other marketing
assets from American Express
-Maximize your small business' exposure with free, personalized online advertising.
-Use our interactive map to find and rally other local small businesses in your area
-Learn more about how other small business owners have made the most of the day

Tell the Chamber!
If your business is participating in Shop Small Business Saturday contact the Chamber and share what your business is doing. The Chamber will provide promotional items to the first 20 businesses that contact us. There will be a welcome mat, tote bags for your customers and several other fun items. The Chamber will promote all participating local businesses as well as list all special Small Business Saturday deals on at no cost.

2015 Luncheon Sponsors

The Chamber would like to thank all the businesses who took part in the Luncheon Sponsorship Drawing. The following is a list of the 2015 Luncheon Sponsors as drawn during the November Chamber Luncheon.

January - Just Because. . .
February - Ireland Architects
March - Bow and Barrel Sportsman Center
April - Security Bank
May - Free Women's Center
June - Life Care Center of Waynesville
July - Splash Designs
August - Wells Fargo
September - Cable America
October - Walker Real Estate Team
November - Waynesville R-VI School District
December - Cellar 66

Marketing Opportunities in the upcoming 2015 Community Profile and Membership Directory

Daily Guide was awarded the bid to print this year's Chamber Community Profile and Membership Directory.
Click on image above for advertising information

Membership Directory Listing

The Chamber is making every effort to insure your listing in the Membership Directory is correct before the book is printed. We ask that you please fill out the update form by clicking here. Please provide us with any corrections you find as by December 15th. Thanks for your help.

2015 Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-off

The Chamber will kick off 2015 with the eighth annual Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-Off to be held on January 24th at the St. Robert Community Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. An event the whole family can enjoy, the Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-off lets you come in from the cold and let your spirits melt into a pot of delicious chili served up by one of our hometown chefs! Admission for this event is $5 (10 and under are free). Tickets may be purchased in advance through the Chamber office beginning in December. Limited tickets will be available at the door.

Teams are made of no more than six members while individual teams are made of no more than three members. All competitors will be expected to follow the rules and regulations set forth by the Chamber of Commerce and Pulaski County Health Department. The entry fee for this event is $75 per business team, $50 non-profit team, $25 per individual and the deadline to enter is January 3rd. A late entry fee will apply to all entrants after that date. Booths are 8'x10', include two 110 electric power receptacles (average 10 amps per outlet) and will be decorated by each team.

Event sponsorships are also available.

Spicy Sponsorship - $500:
Ad in the event's printed tab,
Business or organization's name listed on event flier and in all press releases
A table at the event

Hot Sponsorship - $250:
Ad in the event's printed tab
Business or organization's name listed on event flier and in all press releases

Mild Sponsorship - $100
Business or organization an ad in the event's printed tab

The Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-off is sure to offer some great food so come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun and excitement at the seventh annual Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-off where the only chill you'll feel is a spicy one! If you are interested in registering a team, rules and registration information is available on the Chamber web site, For more information including team registration click here.

2014 - 2015 Sponsorship Opportunities

Click here for information on 2014 -2015 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

Shop Local Participant Form

1. The Original "PPM", Professional Property Management is the longest continuously operating property management company in Waynesville and St. Robert.

2. Located in St. Robert, right outside the front gate of Fort Leonard Wood in the Maple Tree Center.

3. A rarity in the industry, Professional Property Management has dedicated a licensed real estate agent as property manager.

4. With long-standing business relationships with local expert contractors, repairs and renovations are attended to with rapid professionalism.

5. Contact information: 945-E Missouri Ave., Ste. 5, St. Robert, MO 65584; 573-336-2161;

Based 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 update.

This church is located in St. Robert was established in 1975. They joined the Chamber in 1998. Their ministry has grown and continues to impact the Fort Leonard Wood community today. They also provide education to school age children.

Who is This Member?

Last Week's Answer:Papa Murphy's Take 'n' Bake Pizza

Shop Small Business Saturday® Edition

Based on the clue below, guess what Chamber member's business taking part in Small Business Saturday® on November 29th is being described. Click the link below to submit your guess.

Small Business Saturday® Trivia Rules

Members to submit the correct answer to the trivia question will be entered into a drawing for a $25 American Express Gift Card courtesy of American Express Small Business Saturday®. The drawing will take place at 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 25th. The winner will be notified via email and announced in next weeks update. The winner must claim prize no later than November 26, 2014 by 4 p.m. at the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce, 137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste. B, with presented photo identification. No purchase necessary.

This business located in St. Robert joined the Chamber in 2003. They have a repair service that is fully mobile. This business participates in our Shop Local Keytag program and was the first to sign up for Small Business Saturday®. Visit them on November 29th for a $20 Rock Chip Repair!

Who is This Member?

Letters from Santa

From November 17th - December 5th, parents have an opportunity to send a personalized letter to their loved ones from Santa. Cost is $1 for a personalized letter and $2 for a personalized letter and drawing entry for a personal visit to an on-post residence from Santa. Santa letters will be mailed Dec. 16. Letters from Santa are for all ages. Register at the Pippin Youth Center, located in Building 9625, Young Street. For more information, call 573-596-0209.

Annual heritage observance

The annual National American Indian Heritage Month observance and luncheon is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., November 21st at the Main Post Chapel. Tickets are available through unit Equal Employment Opportunity advisers and brigade representatives.

Annual Turkey Trot 5k/10k
The annual Turkey Trot 5k/10k race, scheduled for 9 a.m., November 22nd starting at Davidson Fitness Center. Registration cost is $30 on the day of the event. Awards will be presented for overall male and female finishers and first-place finishers in each age group. The event is open to the public. For more information, call 573-596-7444.

Remember SNAIR for safety this winter season

For employees on Fort Leonard Wood, the post has a program in place called SNAIR (Snow and Ice Removal) to keep drivers informed of treacherous travel and weather-related information such as facility closures, current road conditions, and the status of primary parking lots on post. The Fort Leonard Wood Weather Alerts page is updated at 5 a.m. every day (year-round) and as weather conditions change. Alerts can be accessed from the Fort Leonard Wood website at

Youth sports coaches needed

The Fort Leonard Wood Child, Youth and School Services Youth Sports and Fitness office is looking for volunteers to coach youth basketball and cheerleading, which will kick off with an opening ceremony at 6 p.m., Dec. 4 at Davidson Fitness Center. Coaches can earn three volunteer hours per week towards promotion points. Coaches with children in youth sports earn registration credits. Coaches must be age 18 or older and a background check is required. For more information, call the CYS Services Youth Sports and Fitness office at 573-596-0209 or visit

Digital photographs being accepted for Army contest

Entries for the Army Digital Photography contest are being accepted now through November 30th. The contest has separate divisions for active-duty military and other eligible patrons, which include military family members, retirees and the Department of the Army civilians. Photos can be entered in seven categories, including animals, design elements, digital dark room, military life, nature and landscape, people and still life. For contest rules and online registration information, visit

Fort Leonard Wood retiree newsletter goes digital

To save on costs, paper copies of military retiree bulletins will only be mailed upon request to retirees, family members and annuitants without computer access. Future correspondence will be provided electronically, via email and website. Those with computer access who wish to continue receiving the newsletter should provide their email address to the Retirement Services Office. Those without computer access should call the Retirement Services Office to verify that their mailing address is current. For more information, call 573-596-0131 ext. 6-6637.

Ten students participate in Boys and Girls State

The American Legion Auxiliary sponsored four Waynesville High School female students to participate this past summer in the annual Missouri Girls' State held at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. The local American Legion sponsored six WHS male students to participate this past summer in the annual Missouri Boys State held at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg.

Missouri Boys and Girls State provide hands-on experience in the operation and fundamentals of government, drawing together the best and brightest high school juniors from throughout the state to help lead them down the path of individual success and leadership through "doing," not just learning.

Missouri Boys and Girls State promote one paramount idea: That the individual is the one with the power to change the world. Whether athlete or politician, journalist or scientist, each has the power to make a difference in the world.

Using the democratic system as a basis, Boys and Girls State construct their own state, utilizing the core values that hold true in everyday lives. They teach the need for competition, the value of public service and the strength of the individual voice and vote. By reinforcing these basic American ideals, Boys and Girls State help to shape the future society.

The attendees and their office(s) at Girls State included: Haley Reckard - party convention delegate, city council; Resha Swanson, party convention delegate, city council and activity director; Salena Hedgepath - House of Representatives; and Katelynn Miller, highway patrol.

The attendees and their office(s) at Boys State included: Jaylin Jones, lead senator of the county, ward committee chair and Boys Nation nominee; Alexander Munoz, House of Representatives, Bacon County vice chair of Nationalist Party; Gambrel City ward leader; Jon Lowe, state delegate, Boys Nation nominee and Duggan City mayor; John Parker, city attorney and a member of the first city to successfully succeed; and Dashawn McCummings, House of Representatives, Speaker Pro Tem, athletic directors and Crowder city ward leader; and Richard Petitt, member of the Senate, election official, ward leader and member of the most athletic city.

Freedom students camp out in library after reaching 100 percent of their AR reading goal

At Freedom Elementary, the students who reached 100% of their 1st quarter AR goals got to attend "Camp Read A-Lot" in the library. They enjoyed camping out in tents and in camping chairs while playing games, creating critter bugs, leaf rubbings and listening to stories being read to them by the "campfire" while enjoying campfire snacks.

Waynesville students to present holiday concerts and programs

The Waynesville R-VI School District will present the following holiday concerts and programs during the month of December:

Wednesday, Dec. 3 - Freedom third grade (students in Mrs. Holtzscher's music classes) will perform the Holiday program, "December Gifts," in the Freedom Multi-Purpose Room at 2:30 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 4 - Waynesville District Honor Choir (grades 3 thru 6) will present a holiday concert at 5:30 p.m. in the Waynesville High School Theatre

Wednesday, Dec. 10 - Freedom Fourth Grade (students in Mrs. Holtzscher's music classes) will perform the holiday program, "A Perfect Winter Day," in the Waynesville High School Theatre at 1 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 10 - The Waynesville Middle School choirs will present a holiday concert at 7 p.m. in the Waynesville High School Theatre.

Thursday, Dec. 11 - Partridge third grade students will perform their holiday program at 6 p.m. in the Partridge gym.

Thursday, Dec. 11 - The Waynesville High School Chamber Choir will join the 399th Army Band in their Holiday Concert at 7 p.m. at Baker Theatre on Ft. Leonard Wood.

Friday, Dec. 12 - Thayer third grade students will perform their holiday program at 10 a.m. in the Thayer gym.

Saturday, Dec. 13 - The Waynesville High School Choirs will present their holiday show at 7 p.m. in the High School Theatre. A $3.00 admission fee will be charged.

Sunday, Dec. 14 - The Waynesville High School Choirs will present their holiday show at 3 p.m. in the High School Theatre. A $3.00 admission fee will be charged. (This is the same program that will be presented on Saturday with the addition of the "Hallelujah Chorus.")

Tuesday, Dec. 16 - Freedom fifth grade (students in Mrs. Holtzscher's music classes) will perform the holiday program, "A Tropical Holiday," in the Freedom Multi-Purpose Room at 2:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 16 - The Waynesville High School Jazz Band and Concert Band will present their holiday concert at 6 p.m. in the Waynesville High School Theatre.

Snack in a Pack fundraiser set for Dec. 1

Colton's manager, Chris Landes, has been volunteering as a Rotarian to help Snack in a Pack and offered to hold a food drive at Colton's to help feed more than 300 Waynesville R-VI students during the winter holiday break this year. Packs for a typical weekend cost $1,300; however, holiday packs will cost nearly $2,700 for this break alone.

Children who receive Snack in a Pack have shown an increase in academic performance and improved behavior. With the support of the community, the Snack in a Pack program can continue to help end child hunger within the school district.

For more information about the Snack In A Pack fundraiser, contact Snack in a Pack Coordinator Ashney Randle at (573)-842-2651 or e-mail at For more information about the fundraiser, contact Chris Landes at

USO Update

Shifts Needing Filled

This week we have a few open shifts and would love if we could fill these, if you can help fill in please let us know!

Friday, Nov. 21 10 am - 12 pm 1

Saturday, Nov. 22 12 pm - 3 pm 3; 3 pm - 7 pm 3

Sunday, Nov. 23 12 pm - 3 pm 2; 3 pm - 6 pm 1

**Please call 573-329-2039,
if you are able to fill any of these shifts. We appreciate any support we can get in filling these shifts this week.**

Interested in Volunteering with our Mobile USO?

We have an exciting Volunteer opportunity! The mobile unit comes to the area frequently to serve our Troops in the area and they would love to incorporate some of our Volunteers to go out and serve with them! The dates and times vary.
Please contact Lisa (USO of Missouri's Director of Mobile Operations) at if you interested in volunteering for more information!


Public House Brewing Company

Update -- We're making beer. We did our first bottling of Rod's Cream Ale. The outdoor signage is up. We're making tables. We're painting, staining, and cleaning. Fixtures are being put in place and work has begun on the bar and other final preparations. Stay tuned.

Seasonal Release
Chocolate Porter -- To be released later this week. After a successful debut as a firkin beer release, we decided to make a big batch! Using our delicious porter base, we added Tanzanian cocoa nibs for a subtle chocolate flavor and mouthwatering chocolate aroma. The cold is here. Hunker down with a pint of this roasty chocolate dream at Public House.

Public House Trivia -- Trivia is held every Monday at 7:30pm unless otherwise noted. Prizes awarded every week to top teams.

Upcoming Live Music

11/21 -- Two Far Gone (8pm)
11/22 -- Right Turn Clyde (8pm)
11/28 -- Brian Muench (8pm)
11/29 -- Don Hayes (8pm)


Please join us for our Holiday Open House

We would love all members of the communities we serve to stop by and get a better feel for how we are helping child abuse victims and their families. Take a tour, get volunteer information, enjoy some yummy food, ask questions, drop off a donation from our wish-list and meet our dedicated staff.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday, December 5th from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 181-A Eastlawn Ave. St. Robert, MO 573-336-8634

A wish-list of our currently most needed items: Individually wrapped snacks, Juice Boxes, Kleenex, DVD-Rs, Trash Bags (13 gallon), Children’s underwear, & socks (all sizes), Koosh/Stress Balls, Ink Pens, New toys & activities for our family waiting rooms, Gas Cards


Old Towne Eatery Update and Calendar of Events

November 22:
Old Town Eatery (on Doolittle exit 179 off I-44) in conjunction with Bliss Hippy is offering a special concert to benefit Newburg Children's Museum on Saturday November 22 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm.

Bliss Hippy Is a nationally touring folk duo who perform music ranging from their own quirky to inspirational tunes such as "God's for Everybody" to a very unique version of the Grace Slick standard "White Rabbit". Bliss Hippy recently released their latest album which will be sold at the event. Five dollars of each sale and all tips will go to benefit the Newburg Children's Museum, a Natural History Museum housed in the 2 story annex of the Houston House in Newburg, MO. It houses 8 rooms of hands-on activities to the 4 domains: earth, water, sky, and man.

This unique restaurant accommodates a crowd with many private booths and rooms hold parties of 2 to 28 in one-of-a-kind settings. Reservations are available for business meetings, special events, and your holiday parties. And Old Towne Eatery is handicapped accessible.

Collin Nash - Saturday, December 6th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Tony Ray - Saturday, December 13th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Old Towne Eatery located at 401 Schofer St, Rolla/Doolittle, MO Exit 179 off I-44


Snack in a Pack Fundraiser at Colton's Steakhouse & Grill

On December 1st help the St. Robert Colton's Steakhouse & Grill support the Waynesville R-VI School District's Snack in a Pack Program by donating a canned food item.

For your generous donation, Colton's will reward each individual who brings in five (5) canned goods a FREE appetizer with the purchase of an entree for their table. (limit of two (2) appetizers per table.

Wanted items: canned soups, baked beans, canned tuna, ravioli, canned chicken, canned spaghetti, vienna sausages, beans & weiners, beef stew, canned fruit, canned vegetables


AAMVC Update

At the October 17th meeting of the AAMVC, the Board elected officers for the next year: President-Virgie Mahan; Vice-President-Louis Colasanti; Treasurer-Pam Collins; Assistant Treasurer-Kyle Pritchard; Secretary-Peggy Goul; Historian/Newsletter Editor-Gloria McBeth; Chaplain-Charles Quinn; and two Members at Large-Dwight Nutting and Howard Harrill. The Board continues to work toward its mission to render support to veterans and their families associated with the Missouri Veterans Cemetery at Fort Leonard Wood and enhance the overall appearance and operation of the Cemetery. The Board will meet at noon on November 21st in the Admin Building conference room. All interested persons are invited to attend.

A major project of the AAMVC is assisting the cemetery's participation in Wreaths Across America. Donations can be made to AAMVC by cash or check made out to AAMVC with a notation that funds are to be used for Wreaths Across America (WWA). The 2014 WAA ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, December 13, at 11:00 a.m. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.


115 Years of Service

The Bank of Iberia recently celebrated 115 years of serving the community in the banking industry. Both locations in Iberia and Waynesville hosted an open house with refreshments, giveaways, and along with visiting and thanking their clients and friends.


Christmas Nativity Scene

Faith Baptist Church will present a drive-by presentation of the Christmas Nativity Scene depicting the birth of Jesus Christ. The scene will be active from 6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. on December 19th and 20th.

To see the Nativity Scene traveling from Buckhorn take Hwy 17 toward Waynesville; from Waynesville travel toward Buckhorn on Hwy 17; from St. Robert exit I-44 at H Hwy exit, go north to Hwy 17 and turn left.


Giving Tuesday

We have a day for giving thanks. We have Black Friday and Cyber Monday for getting deals. Now we have Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 2nd, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: To celebrate Generosity and Give.


2014 Master Gardener Graduating Class

Pulaski Extension congratulates the members of the 2014 Master Gardener Core Training. Master Gardeners serve Pulaski County by assisting the local Horticulture Specialist with providing gardening-related education and opportunities to our local citizens.


DA Spot Fashions, LLC is moving

This is to advise, effective December 1, 2014, DA Spot Fashions, LLC will be moving on MO Ave. For our 1st Year Anniversary, we decided to step out and get noticed more!

Our new address is 946 Missouri Avenue #6 in St. Robert. Contact us at 573-451-2149.


FORR Santa at Walmart

On November 29th Freedom of Road Riders, Local 28, Waynesville, Mo., will have Santa in front of St Robert Wal-Mart to collect toys, money and non-perishable food from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 100% of collected items will be given to the Good Samaritan to distribute to needy families throughout Pulaski County. We will also buy 10 Turkeys to give to Good Samaritan.
For more information contact: Larry Wheeler President, Local 28 Freedom of Road Riders Phone: 573-586-7291.


Santa Claus to Visit Old Towne on Shop Small Saturday

Old Towne Antiques in Rolla has partnered with Girl Adored Parties and More to bring Cowboy Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, and Pocahontas to the community on Saturday, November, 29th, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.. "We decided to do a Cowboy Christmas theme this year. The pictures and children's smiles are coming out wonderfully," says Tai Kimes, Owner of Girl Adored. Children can meet and greet Santa as well as enjoy milk and cookies.

In addition to traditional Santa pictures, Old Towne Antiques plans to have a Scavenger Hunt and give away gift cards, canvas bags, and many other prizes to those who compete in the Scavenger Hunt and shop small at Old Towne Antiques. "We have two $25 American Express gift cards to give away and we are happy to add that American Express is so supportive of Small Businesses that they reward American Express Cardholders with refunds for shopping local at participating stores on Shop Small Saturday," explains Jyoti Ishaya, Marketing Manager for Old Towne Antiques.
Old Towne Antiques, located at I-44 exit 179 has been in business since 2011 and includes over 200 booths in seven buildings with a variety of antiques, collectables, and items made in Missouri. Old Towne Eatery opened in July of 2014. Specializing in wood fire brick oven pizza, the “Shop Small Special” is a pulled pork sandwich with a choice of sides for $6.99. Wine, beer, and cider are also served.

The Eatery regularly hosts singers on Saturday evenings to enjoy an evening dinner and show. As a special performance, Old Towne Eatery will host Country Western singer, William Eimer, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.. Formerly with Lead Country, William has performed at Fat Cats Entertainment, Benton Square and more local hotspots. He graduated from MST and now lives outstate, working as a mechanical engineer. He has continued to sing and play professionally although not often in Rolla. He plays rhythm guitar and sings country cover songs from John Denver, John Michael Montgomery, Travis Tritt and many more.

Entry to Old Towne Antiques and Old Towne Eatery opens daily at 9 a.m. is free to the public. Pictures with Santa are optional and available in packages beginning at $10 through For more information contact Girl Adored Parties & More at (573) 458-9298 or visit for information about all their Shop Local special events or how to sign up for American Express refunds.

If you would like more information about Old Towne Antiques & Eatery Contact Jyoti Ishaya at 573-261-0368; Email:; Website:; Facebook:

About Girl Adored Parties & More
Girl Adored began in February of 2014. They specialize in family-friendly events and children entertainment. Located in St. Robert, Missouri, they provide services both at their location and at other locations. Their mission is to strengthen family unity by providing affordable, quality events that bring families together and keep the wonder and joy alive in children of every age. For more information about Girl Adored, contact (573) 458-9298 or


"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 business organization."

 Chamber Events
November 22, 2014
9:00 a.m. Turkey Trot 5K/10K
6:30 p.m. Bliss Hippy at Old Towne Eatery
November 27 & 28, 2014
Chamber Office Closed
November 29, 2014
Shop Small Business Saturday
9:00 a.m. FORR Santa at Walmart
12:00 p.m. Cowboy Christmas
6:30 p.m. William Eimer at Old Town Eatery

Click here to view event details!

**If you have any information for our community calendar please email

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Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste. B
St. Robert, MO 65584
fax: 573-336-5472