Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-off
The Chamber will kick off 2014 with the seventh
annual Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-Off to be held on January
25th 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. Limited
tickets will be available at the door.
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!
Leadership Awards Banquet
The Waynesville - St. Robert Area Chamber of Commerce is
preparing for its annual Community Leadership Awards Banquet.
This memorable event will be held on Friday, February 7, 2014
at the St. Robert Community Center with social hour beginning
at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 6:00 p.m. This event is
held to commemorate the hard work and dedication to community
exhibited by our area leaders, non-profit organizations and
civic groups, as well as announces the Citizen of the Year.
Tickets are now available at the Chamber office. For more
information about the Citizen of the Year and the Community
Leadership Awards Banquet contact the Chamber office at 573-336-5121
or e-mail email@example.com.
Will Be in Your Basket?
This year the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce's
Annual Taste of Pulaski County & Basket Auction to be
held on Saturday, March 29th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
St. Robert Community Center. Have you thought about what you'll
be putting in your basket? All items submitted are greatly
appreciated and help to make this event the largest and primary
fundraiser the Chamber holds throughout the year.
Don't hesitate to contact the Chamber and let us know if
your business would like to donate a basket, gift certificate
or silent auction item, call (573) 336-5121 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Your Calendars! 2014 Chamber Calendar
For more information about any of the upcoming Chamber events
click on the name of the event or contact the Chamber office.
January 25th Polar
Meltdown Chili Cook-off (St. Robert Community Center)
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Community Leadership Awards Banquet (St. Robert Community
Center) at 5:30 p.m.
March 29th Taste
of Pulaski County and Basket Auction (St. Robert Community
Center) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April date TBA Tour
of Fort Leonard Wood from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
April 24th Golf
Tournament (Fort Leonard Wood Piney Valley) with a shotgun
start at 10 a.m.
April 28th Community
Forum (High School Library) at 6:30 p.m.
May 10th The
Challenge (Waynesville City Park) Time TBA
May date TBA Eggs
& Issues Lunch at 11:30 a.m.
July 31st Membership
Social at 6 p.m.
August date TBA Operation
Workforce Job Fair (St. Robert Community Center) from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
August 22nd Chamber Volunteer Luncheon and Pictures
at 11:30 a.m.
October 4th Frog
Race (Frogtober Fest in Waynesville) 1 p.m.
October date TBA Community
Pride Night (Waynesville High School Homecoming Football
Game) 5 p.m.
November 11th Veterans'
Day Ceremony & Parade (Waynesville) 11 a.m.
November 29th Shop
Small Business Saturday
September to November CHOICES
September to February Leadership
2014 Sponsorship Opportunities
for information on 2014 Sponsorship Opportunities. For more
information on any Chamber event contact the Chamber office
at 573-336-5121 or email
The second class of Leadership Pulaski County
attended its fourth session on December 12th. The Leadership
Pulaski County Class volunteered at the Angel Store. The class
voted to do a volunteer service project for the Good Samaritan
Center and chose to spend an afternoon helping with their
Christmas gift program. Class members helped greet shoppers,
pick out items, wrap presents, and stock shelves.
The focus of the class's fourth session was
volunteerism and community service. Speakers representing
several non-profit organizations participated in a panel discussion
of volunteerism within Pulaski County. The class also discussed
the importance of giving back to the community in order to
make it a better place for everyone.
The class looks forward to its January session
which will focus on City, County, State, and Federal Government
& Workforce Development.
Limited sponsorships are still available. If
you are interested in contributing to the building of community
leaders by becoming a 2013-2014 Leadership Pulaski County
sponsor or would like more information on the program contact
the Chamber office at 573-336-5121 or email email@example.com
On January 2nd the Chamber Surprise Patrol visited
two Chamber member businesses to recognize them as the Chamber
Business Showcase member recognition program recipients for
January. The January Business Showcase recipients are Splash
Designs and Buckhorn Lanes. The
Surprise Patrol visited both businesses and dropped off a
special sign that will be displayed throughout the month.
Business Showcase recipients are drawn each month. The Surprise
Patrol will be out again in February to recognize the next
The Chamber would like to introduce the new
E-plaque now available to members. This plaque may be placed
on your business web site or social media page to increase
your credibility through the recognition of Chamber membership.
for the web site code and instructions to add the new Chamber
Membership E-plaque to your company web site.
Character Word of the Month
The Chamber is partnering with the Waynesville
School District in promoting their character word of the month.
Each month a character word is chosen to be the focus of character
development. The Chamber is encouraging its members to apply
this word within their business each month. Businesses can
put up a sign or put the word on their marquis as well as
encourage employees to focus on what the character word means
The character word for January is:
Attitude; noun meaning the way you think and feel about someone
or something or a feeling or way of thinking that affects
a person's behavior.
What does attitude mean to you, your
business, and the community?
The Bow and Barrel Sportsmen Center of St.Robert
is very honored to be the January sponsor for the Chamber
of Commerce luncheon. The vision for Bow and Barrel started
2 years ago when we bought a piece of property in St. Robert
and the business plan process began. With help from our
community, the land was cleared and after much preparation
and waiting the construction phase began in August 2013.
Today, we have a first-class facility in which
to serve our community. Currently, there is 4,000 square
feet of retail area and 7 indoor firearms lanes. As we grow
our facility, the plan is to add 6 lanes of indoor archery
to accompany our 10 outdoor archery lanes. Within the facility,
we have a class room that can seat up to 36 people for conference
style meetings or 18 students for training courses. Additionally,
we offer 250 personal firearms storage lockers for short
and long term rental use, and a snack bar area. Our facility
is wheel chair accessible.
Our goal at Bow and Barrel is to meet the
needs of all our patrons, whether you are an avid shooter,
archer or a beginner. There are 3 levels of memberships
for you to choose from or, you may walk in and use the facility
on an hourly basis. There will be various training classes
offered for both firearms and archery. In addition, we will
hold leagues and tournaments for both Pistol and Archery.
Tuesday night is our ladies night called "Pistols and
Stilettoes" starting January 7th, 2014, and will feature
specials with our female instructors. We are currently planning
Monday and Wednesday night Leagues starting in January 2014
and Thursday nights to be Pulaski County Family Fun Night,
and Friday night date nights here at Bow and Barrel. We
want to be a place where the whole family can come and enjoy
themselves. Our main objective is to supply a safe and comfortable
environment where you can learn about firearms and archery.
We are excited to be a new business here in
Pulaski County and a supporter of the Chamber of Commerce.
We look forward to a long and productive relationship with
our community. We welcome you to come out and support us!
The New Year always brings with it a new hope
and belief that we all get a fresh start and that the New
Year will be better than the last. My wish for each of you
is that 2014 will be a great year.
The Chamber will continue to be active in
our community with many events. Please see our calendar
for a listing of our events so you can get it on your schedule
now and be ready to participate.
As always remember our Veterans' and the troops
serving our Country. They are the reason we continue to
enjoy the Freedoms we have today.
Wishing each of you a Happy New Year!
2014 and wish you a prosperous year ahead! The Chamber staff
is kicking into gear as we prepare for all our spring events.
We would like to thank the members that have made the commitment
to sponsor our events in 2014. If you have not already done
so please show your support for the Chamber by faxing us
your signed sponsorship form and help make our events successful.
We are currently preparing for our upcoming
fundraiser, the Taste of Pulaski County & Basket Auction.
We will be calling all those that have not filled out a
sponsorship form and asking for your help. As always our
goal is to receive a basket or donation from every member.
Warm up with a bowl of chili at the Polar
Meltdown Chili Cook-off this month. It is sure to be a fun
filled day. The Chamber is starting to work on our 2014
Calendar of Events. Don't forget to send in your community
calendars as soon as you can. It helps prevent multiple
events on the same day.
If you have any questions or concerns please
give me a call at 573-336-5121.
Cecilia Murray, IOM
Happy New Year! I am Betsy Thomson, General
Manager of Baymont Inn & Suites in St. Robert and
I am excited to be the incoming President for the Chamber
Ambassador Club in 2014. I want to commend outgoing President
Melissa Shelden for her nurturing guidance and passion
to our Club and I am challenged to carry that energy into
the coming year.
My role as an Ambassador to the Chamber
of Commerce and Leadership Pulaski County graduate enables
me to promote understanding and confidence of our Chamber
and its membership. By now, we all know the Waynesville
-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce has been selected by the
Missouri Chamber of Commerce as the 2013 Chamber of the
Year. My goal as President of the Ambassador Club is to
keep that momentum going.
I am looking forward to leading the Ambassador
Club and to experience the camaraderie that fills my heart
and thrills my mind with opportunities to educate and
inform and touch others' lives. With a rejuvenated spirit,
we will support the community events and Chamber programs
and services with recognition and pride. It is very inspiring
to know there is a whole group of Ambassadors that are
ready, willing, and able to help me reach my goal.
For more information on the Ambassador Club
or Chamber Membership benefits, please contact me!
The Bureau has been diligently working the last few weeks,
placing advertising for the upcoming spring campaigns. New
this year, Pulaski County will be participating in a 3 month
virtual tradeshow geared towards outdoor sports enthusiasts.
We are also working on new creative of the billboards along
Interstate 44. The 2014 Visitors Guide is hot of the press
is currently being shipped to Visitors Centers throughout
the state. The Bureau has also been working on freshening
up www.PulaskiCountyUSA.com with a new look and feel. With
the new campaigns you will notice the incorporation of the
new logo, which represents Pulaski's patriotism, open skies,
great outdoors, and beautiful rivers.
As we work on the upcoming campaigns, please notify the Bureau
of events planned for 2014. The earlier we know about larger
events, the more outlets we are able to market in; print,
radio, keyword search, social media, speaking engagements,
etc. To learn more about event promotion eligibility and outlets
please visit the Industry Partner area of PulaskiCountyUSA.com.
The Bureau will begin accepting applications for the 2014
Cooperative Grants. This grant program is available to non-profit
event planners, holding events in Pulaski County and offers
a 50/50 monetary grant to assist in marketing an upcoming
event. For more information regarding this program, please
visit the Industry Partner section of our website or give
us a call at 336-6355
As you freshen up your business brochures and rack cards,
don't forget to bring a supply to the Visitors Center. We
display tourism related brochures in our County room and we
will also be working on updating the Guest Resource books
that we place in the lobbies of local lodging properties.
Both of these services are complimentary to tourism partners.
Below is a quick overview highlighting some of the 2013 marketing
efforts which target Leisure, Group and Media.
Incorporation of new logo
Statewide and Regional Radio campaigns
Social Media; Wordpress Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube
Development of over 100 partner videos
Establish Pulaski County hashtags
Pay Per Click/Keyword purchasing
Targeted email blast sponsorships
Tradeshow exhibits and Marketplace participation
Statewide Welcome Center Distribution
Reorganization of Guest Resource Guide
Lake Ozark Brochure Distribution
Print Placements in Leisure, Group; motor coach, bank travel
clubs, student travel and reunions, sporting event planners
Editorial features; print, internet websites and guest blogging
Outreach to local, regional, state and national media
Use of campaigns in multiple outlets; IE Radio reused in social
media and video, Print advertising reused in social media,
audio and video.
Hotel Rack Card
Veterans Memorial Tour Guide
Savor Pulaski County Flavor
Waynesville Walking Tours
Antique and Sweet Trail
Driving Tour Brochure
Visitor Center traffic increased 32% Jan-Nov over 2012
Top states visiting Center; Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Remodel adding water feature, expansion of restrooms and bus
parking, upgrade of brochure storage system
Expansion of souvenir options
The Bureau and Center staff are committed to marketing Pulaski
County as a destination for outdoor enthusiasts, Route 66
travelers and seekers of history and culture. We are excited
by the opportunities in Pulaski County that are established
as well as new projects that are on the horizon. 2014 looks
to be an exciting year in tourism!!
Make it a great day!
Beth Wiles, CDME
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau
137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite A
St. Robert, MO 65584
(877) 858-8687 Toll-free
(573) 336-6355 Ext. 104
(573) 336-2985 Fax
am forecasting that Pulaski County will see sales tax revenues
increase in 2014 by 2%. The totals for 2013 sales tax revenues
will not be available until 1st quarter of 2014. As I write
this article it appears 2013 will be lower than 2012, but
greater than 2011.
The Entrepreneur Club has been in existence for over two
years. We have met with hundreds of people who are looking
at starting their own business. We have developed resources
to assist those folks to reach their goals. The club has developed
relationships with the Score Chapter of Lake Ozark, University
of Missouri Extension, and MS&T. This will continue to
be an important facet for economic development for Pulaski
The Pulaski County Growth Alliance with the City of Waynesville
applied for a Community Development Block Grant to build a
Spec Building in the new Waynesville Industrial Park in 2013.
The application received approval pending an environmental
review of the Waynesville Industrial Park. This review should
be complete in January. After all documents are signed the
bid process for construction will begin. This process requires
at least four bids be received for construction. I believe
a contractor will be selected in the spring and construction
to be completed in the fall. This building will be a 20,000
square foot shell building for manufacturing and warehousing.
The Pulaski County Growth Alliance will file an application
to make Pulaski County a Work Certified County in 2014. This
process requires that the Pulaski County workforce be tested
using American College Testing (ACT) criteria of Applied Math,
Reading for information, and Locating Information.
The certification also requires employers agree to participate.
The Work Ready Committee will be asking employers in Pulaski
County to support this initiative. We have been monitoring
unemployment levels and they have been falling the last quarter
of 2013. However, for our workforce to be completive in today's
market place being a Work Ready Community is essential.
The year 2014 will bring challenges to Pulaski County. With
the challenges there will also be opportunities and we must
prepare for those opportunities
137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite B
St. Robert, MO 65584
the Banks of the Roubidoux!
As we leave 2013 behind, the City Council, the staff and
I always take a moment to look back and note the progress
and projects we have worked on during the year. This year
will be forever marred by the flash flood of August 6th
and the deaths of Jessica and Ely Lee. Our community rose
to the challenge and heroes were seen everywhere. The loss
to the City in infrastructure and assets is estimated at
$880,000. Our citizens continue to struggle with damage
to their homes and the emotional and financial impact of
the event. The City is determined to address as many mitigating
factors as possible, as we plan for 2014. Working with FEMA,
setting goals, and working with our elected officials, we
hope to make many improvements in the City, as they relate
to the Roubidoux and the Mitchell Creek area. I will keep
you abreast of our plans as we move forward in the new year.
The past year was full of national exposure for our City
and community. From the general's daughter on "The
Bachelor", two contestants on the "X Factor"
and a WHS graduate on the"Bar Rescue", Waynesville
was highlighted as "small town America". We end
the year celebrating the choice of Sgt. Christiana Ball
as the U. S. Army's "Operation Rising Star". Early
in the year, we joined some select cities as "Purple
Heart Cities" along the Purple Heart Trail of I-44.
We are honored to have that distinction.
*We have had many economic development projects this year.
OTC has opened its doors to record setting enrollment. The
B and B Cinema has begun construction on a new Patriot 12
Cinema atop the hill in West Waynesville. Phelps County
Regional has begun construction on their $24 million medical
clinic, located adjacent to the VA Clinic on G. W. Lane
St. McDonald's completed a major renovation of their restaurant
on Ichord Ave. The High School Campus Completion Project
was dedicated in November. Downtown has seen the opening
of the new Roubidoux Plaza on the square and is offering
several new businesses. Many other businesses have opened
in Waynesville this year.
*Many infrastructure projects highlight the determination
of your Council to improve the City's service to our citizens.
We have extended our water line in Hunter's Point to the
new Industrial Park, also to the new Cinema site and the
new medical clinic. We are building a new sewer line to
those areas, as well. We have made several improvements
to our Sewer Treatment Plant and that has improved our efficiency
in the treatment of our water. We have rebuilt the Electric
Feeder line # 1, which serves Ward One. We have added re-closures
to our lines to help with reliability and service.
*We also have begun the building of a sidewalk system from
T Highway to the downtown area. This will take time, as
we are relying on grants to build this needed addition.
We have finished the downtown lighting project and built
the Trail of Tears site in the Laughlin Park area, with
plans to install signage and a walking trail in the coming
year. We added ten lights and new sidewalks to the Roubidoux
Walking Trail. We have begun plans to address the congestion
at T Highway and to build a three lane additon to Route
66 from the I Bank to T Highway. We have begun the Waynesville
Industrial Park, adding utilities and road beds. This year
a water tower will rise from that area, as we begin building
there. We added a new Welcome sign on Highway 17 North.
We built a new pavilion in the Roubidoux Park and announced
a large donation for the Parks system from the Dial family.
We addressed the low water crossing on Old H and built a
new bridge structure there, in order to keep that road open
*We hired a new police chief, Dan Cordova, with the retirement
of long time chief, Bob Carter. We have organized and supported
the Waynesville Downtown Business Association and the Waynesville
Community Foundation. We continue to use grant monies to
improve the Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport, with
a new community hangar and a new fuel system. We added additional
parking along Benton Street at the Park entrance and will
be paving that in the new budget. We have completed our
third year with the DREAM initative for downtown.
As we begin a new year, the Council and I are reviewing
goals for the coming year. Our upcoming budget is $17.3
million, with many infrastructure projects listed. I will
give you a rundown of them in my January note. The Council,
the staff and I wish you all a wonderful New Year.
REMEMBER TO SHOP LOCAL!
From the banks of the Roubidoux,
Mayor of Waynesville
The City of St. Robert would like to wish
everyone a Happy New Year!
The City of Saint Robert recently honored
some of its employees for years of service with the city
and announced The City of Saint Robert's employee of the
Year is Jeffrey Kinsley. For years of service Carmen Black
35 years, Ronald Woody and Larry Kelley 25 years, Steve
Long and Fredrica Norris 20 years, Matthew Wood, Paul Jones
and Jayme Gettys 15 years, Terry Legan 10 years, Lynn Bays,
Ryan Hicks, John Parker, Christina Durbin, David White,
Lee Whiteley and Kylie Hill 5 years, Stacey Burress 3 years
and Kristen Carroll, Charles Presley, Roy Browning, Brett
Cox, Trinity Edwards, Isaiah Wills, Amanda Brooner, Chastidy
Sturgeon, Anita Ivey, Lisa Lane, Landon Sweno, Christopher
Brown Krystal Clark, Raymond Tudor, Darlenea Schutt, Ryan
Smith, Danielle Jones, Nancy Varner, Christopher Danielson,
Joseph Williams, and Christina Pigg 1 year and our Congratulations
to them all!
The City of St. Robert is also getting ready
to host their 5th Annual Outdoor Sportsman Show at the St.
Robert Community Center. The event will be held on Friday,
February 21, 2014 from 5:00pm - 8:00 pm and Saturday, February
22, 2014 from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The City of St. Robert
is seeking vendors such as scuba diving, trail riding, ATVs,
trucks, RVs, fishing, hunting, boating, camping, and much
more! Anything involving the good ol' outdoors will be perfect
for this event! Vendor booths are $10 for a nonelectric
and $15 for electric! and include one 6x2 table and 2 chairs.
Electric booths are limited and are available on a first
come first reserved basis. Please email St Robert Parks
and Recreation Clerk, Trinity Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 573-451-2625 and reserve your booth today!
IMPOUND/BOARDING FEE INCREASE: The City of
Saint Robert Animal Impound/Boarding fees increased effective
December 1st. The Impound fee will be $10.00 and boarding
fee will be $8.00 per day.
CPR/FIRST AID CLASS: Saint Robert Fire and
Rescue hosts a BLS, a Basic Life Support Course (CPR), for
anyone who is interested in learning this very vital, life-safety
technique. We have regularly scheduled classes at a cost
of fifty dollars ($50) for anyone who is interested. Classes
are held on the first and third Thursday of every month,
from 8 am to 12 noon. We have also started a class for basic
First Aid through The American Heart Association as well.
It is from 1pm to 4pm on the same Thursdays as CPR classes.
If you would like to participate in one of our CPR and/or
First Aid classes, please call our office at 573-451-2000,
ext. 3102 and ask for Danielle to schedule a class date.
The City of St. Robert had another successful
Holiday in the Park on December 1, 2013! This would not
have been possible without the support of our community,
local businesses, the Rotary Club of Pulaski County and
the City of St. Robert's dedicated employees! We would like
to thank the Rotary Club for their hard work in the kitchen
serving soup along with a generous donation of bowls, spoons
and napkins from Splash Designs. The businesses that donated
the soups were Aussie Jacks, Colton's, Hoppers, Southern
Spice and Bodies. All of the soup was enjoyed with beverages
donated from Pepsi and hot chocolate given out by the Navy
Federal Credit Union. With Wal-Mart's generous donation
we were able to provide candy canes for all of the kids,
music and the décor necessary to provide a beautiful
holiday themed building for the community to enjoy. Paul's
Furniture provided a chair for Santa so the children could
sit on his lap and tell them their Christmas wishes. Weddings
by Marlene donated Christmas lights and a Christmas tree.
We would also like to thank all of our vendors that participated
this year and of course Mr. and Mrs. Claus, their elf and
the Grinch for taking time out of their busy schedules to
come and visit us this year. We look forward to the 15th
Annual Holiday in the Park for 2014!
Did you know? The City of Saint Robert Municipal Golf Course
offers annual membership. The fee is $240 per year for unlimited
rounds of golf. For more information on purchasing your
annual membership please call 573-451-2000 ext 1129
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Jessi's Braids and
December 7, 2013
945 Missouri Ave., Ste. 2
St. Robert, MO 65584
Missouri Career Center
December 10, 2013
St. Robert Municipal
194 Eastlawn Dr., Ste. G
St. Robert, MO 65584
Fort Knox Alarm
December 11, 2013
13980 Elm Drive
Plato, MO 65552
DA Spot Fashions
December 17, 2013
469-C Marshall Drive.
St. Robert, MO 65584
Ribbon Cutting for Columbia College
January 7th at 10:30 a.m. for their new location at 320
Ichord, Ste. U, Townfield Plaza in Waynesville.
Chamber Luncheon - January 8th at 11:45 a.m. at
Chopstix. Our sponsor will be Bow & Barrel Sportsman
Center. Please contact the Chamber Office to RSVP before
9:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 7th.
**Please note** The Chamber of Commerce is excited to
have such a large number of its members attend monthly luncheons.
Unfortunately, due to the large number of last minute Chamber
luncheon attendees a policy has been put into place by the
Chamber Board of Directors. This policy started in APRIL
2005; anyone who responds after the R.s.v.p. cut-off time
(9:00 a.m. the Tuesday before the luncheon) or shows up
without an R.s.v.p. may be charged an additional $10. If
an R.s.v.p. is received and they do not attend the luncheon
there may be a $10 charged for the meal. The decision was
made to charge this amount to compensate our Chamber member
restaurants for the last minute adjusts they must make to
their menus. LIMITED SEATING!
Chamber Office Closed - January 20th in observation
of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-Off - January
25th, The Chamber will kick off 2014 with the seventh annual
Polar Meltdown Chili Cook-Off to be held 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. Limited tickets will be available at the door.
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! For more
information visit http://www.waynesville-strobertchamber.com/polarmeltdown.php.
the complete monthly calendar
The January Newcomer Spotlight Business is:
Fort Leonard Wood Command Orientation
There was no oriention held in December.
Newcomer Materials are due to the Chamber Office by the
2nd Wednesday of each month. Newcomer Spotlight Businesses
are selected randomly. You must be taking advantage of this
benefit to be considered. If you are not currently participating
in this FREE program, you should be!
Advertise as little or as often as you wish in the Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber "VOICE" Newsletter. Our
Newsletter comes out once a month, and will include a hyperlink!
Banner Ad; Top of the Page Exclusive
$300 (for six months)
$500 (for twelve months)
Side Bar Banner Ad
$200 (for six months)
$350 (for twelve months)
Flier; PDF format
$50 (a month)
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Chamber Board of Directors:
PRESIDENT - Mike Dunbar
VICE PRESIDENT - Phil Tackett
TREASURER - Marsha Mercer
Brad Budolfson, Carrie Williamson, Mike Freeman, Dr. Chris
Berger, Katrina Lynch-Allen, Tracy McCord, and Carey Heitman
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Cecilia Murray
OFFICE MANAGER - Leanna Weathers
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Lisa Thomas