Eggs & Issues
The 2015 Eggs & Issues Luncheon was held
on May 27th at the Hampton Inn. The Chamber would like to
thank State Senator Dan Brown, State Representative Steve
Lynch and State Representative Robert Ross who reported on
the issues and challenges brought to the State of Missouri
during its most recent session and answered questions from
the audience. This year's Eggs & Issues luncheon was well
attended. The Chamber would also like to thank CenturyLink
for their sponsorship and for providing the meal catered by
Andy's 417. Plan on attending the next Eggs & Issues in
pictures from the event.
Pulaski County - Now Accepting Applications!
Leadership Pulaski County is a community based
leadership program designed to identify, educate, and develop
leaders. The goal of Leadership Pulaski County is to identify
community leaders, expand the leadership potential of participants
by increasing their knowledge of Pulaski County, as well as
connect current and potential leaders by improving communication.
Sessions will introduce participants to the different aspects
of leadership within Pulaski County as well as develop an
awareness of the importance of leadership to the community's
growth and development. Participants will be provided the
opportunity to network with individuals that represent many
different aspects of the community including business, government,
military, and volunteer organizations. Leadership Pulaski
County is designed to develop, inspire, and motivate the leaders
of Pulaski County.
Leadership Pulaski County program participants
are selected from applications submitted to the selection
committee based on merits through a highly competitive admissions
process. Participants are expected to have established careers,
demonstrate talent and leadership qualities, and participate
in community activities. All participants must also demonstrate
a personal commitment to serving the community, show potential
for a significant role in the community in the future, and
a willingness to commit the time and energy necessary to complete
the program. The sponsoring organization or business must
also fully support participation in Leadership Pulaski County.
Individuals from all aspects of Pulaski County
are eligible to apply. The number of participants for each
class is limited. All applications must be postmarked by
June 5, 2015 to be considered for the 2015-2016 class.
Applications are now
being accepted for the 2015-2016 Class of Leadership Pulaski
County. Click the links below for more information.
Organization Scholarship Application
The Right Choice Scholarship 2015 Recipients
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce is proud to
announce the recipients of the 2015 Right Choice Scholarships:
Brianna Bolin, Salenna Hedgepath, Kellsie Herrmann, and Catherine
Pollman. Brianna will be attending Wyoming Catholic College,
Salenna will attend Drake University in Iowa, Kellsie will
be attending the William Jewell College in Missouri, and Catherine
will attend the Missouri S&T.
Brianna, Salenna (not pictured),
Kellsie, and Catherine were recognized at the May Chamber
Luncheon by Board President Phil Tackett.
Funds for the scholarship were raised at the Polar Meltdown
Chili Cook-off event hosted by the Waynesville-St. Robert
Chamber of Commerce in January 2015. Due to the generous donations
from the People's Choice Award the Chamber was able to award
four scholarships this year!
Applicants for this scholarship are required to clearly communicate
their personal goals through a written essay. They must also
exhibit those leadership skills and academic proficiency that
would suggest a desire and ability to succeed at their next
level of education.
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce is pleased
to announce that based on these students' current accomplishments
they have fulfilled the requirements of this scholarship and
were selected by the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors as the winners of its Right
Community Minded Ambassadorial Scholarship
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
Ambassadors Club is proud to announce the recipient of the
Community Minded Ambassadorial Scholarship, Brent Hudson.
Brent was recognized at
the May Chamber Luncheon by Ambassador President Adam Dye.
Applicants for this scholarship are required
to clearly communicate the importance of giving back to
the local community and community involvement. Leadership
must also be demonstrated through the understanding of and
participation in community involvement. Applicants must
also exhibit leadership skills and academic proficiency
that would suggest a desire and ability to succeed at their
next level of education.
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
Ambassadors Club is pleased to announce that based on Brent's
current accomplishments he has fulfilled the requirements
of this scholarship and was selected by the Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Club as the winner
of its Community
Minded Ambassadorial Scholarship. Brent will attend
Missouri State University (MSU) in the fall.
The 2015 Membership Social will be July 30th
at 6 p.m. at the Hampton Inn. Sponsoring this event is Citizens
Mortgage Company with Market Basket providing the food. This
annual membership social is a night of networking, fun and
entertainment. The Bottle Auction
will be held again this year, members are encouraged to donate
wrapped bottles with unknown contents to be auctioned off.
The money raised will help fund the Chamber's It's All Here
shop local ad campaign including Shop Small Business Saturday.
The cost to attend the Social is $15.00 per person.
Please call the Chamber office at 573-336-5121 no later than
9:00 a.m. July 20th to make your reservations.
Chamber Now Accepting Veteran of the Year
The Waynesville - St. Robert Area Chamber of
Commerce is preparing for its annual Veterans' Day Ceremony
& Parade. From now until August 28, 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 along
with a brief bio summary of the nominee and a digital photo.
The Veteran of the Year Award is meant to recognize
a veteran from any rank from the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard,
Marines and Navy with an honorable discharge. The individual
must be a Pulaski County resident and has agreed to accept
the award and be the Veterans' Day Ceremony & Parade Marshall
on November 11, 2015.
Nomination forms are available at the Chamber
office or can be downloaded here
or by clicking on the image below. If you have any questions
contact the Chamber office at 573-336-5121, or e-mail email@example.com.
Looking for a job? Looking for Employees? Then
plan to attend. The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
presents the 11th Annual Operation Workforce Job Fair. Interviewing
booths will be available for on-site employee/employer interviews.
This event will take place Thursday, August 27, 2015 at the
The ARK Community and Sports Center from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00
p.m. with set up from 9:00 a.m to 10:00 a.m.
OPERATION WORKFORCE is a workforce recruitment program promoting
the connection between employees and potential employers.
For more information contact the Chamber office at (573) 336-5121.
Employers will need to fill out the form
and submit it to the Chamber office by August 20th.
On June 1st the Chamber Surprise Patrol visited
two Chamber member businesses to recognize them as the Chamber
Business Showcase member recognition program recipients for
June. The June Business Showcase recipients are Walker
Real Estate Team and Curves. 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 July to recognize the next recipients.
Offer a discount or special offer to your
business through the Chamber's Shop Local Key Tag.
Anyone with a Shop Local Key Tag can
visit a participating business and receive a discount
or take advantage of a special offer. Key Tags are
FREE and available at all Chamber events as well as
the Chamber office. Key Tags will be available during
regular office hours at the Chamber office.
This program is open to any type of Chamber
business including retail, restaurants, fitness, service
businesses, or any business wishing to give a special
promotion to residents. Your discount or special promotion
needs to be good through December 31, 2015. Please fill
out the form below with your discount or special offer
to indicate that you are interested in participating in
Local Participant Form
For more information about the Shop Local Key
Tag Program visit www.keepitlocal.biz.
The 2014 -2015 Chamber Membership E- Plaque
is 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.
Life Care Center of Waynesville
Life Care Centers of Waynesville's mission
is the commitment to being a premier provider of long-term
health care. It is our desire to be the facility of choice
in our community. Our programs, services and facilities
are designed and operated with superior quality in order
to satisfy the needs of our customers.
Focusing on inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation
with 24-hour skilled nursing care, Life Care Center of Waynesville
(LCCW) is the only skilled nursing facility in the area
with a dedicated, secured Alzheimer's and dementia care
unit. We offer short-term rehab to home suites and a comprehensive
array of amenities that includes wireless internet, cable
television, in-house beauty shop, and an always available
menu option in addition to our home-cooked meals. Our facility
also provides complimentary transportation to and from doctor
visits and other necessary appointments.
In addition to our comprehensive skilled
nursing services provided by professional licensed and registered
nurses, LCCW focuses on physical, occupational and speech
therapies on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Our facility
features state-of-the-art equipment and an in-house team
of therapists and nurses. Our skilled nursing services include
diabetic management, IV therapy, stoke care, chronic pain
management, and other specialty nursing services.
Rehabilitation services programs concentrate
on achieving positive outcomes for both our inpatients and
outpatient clients. Our therapists provide specialized care
for stroke rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation program,
and lymphedema therapy. The rehab department offers a Safe
Transitions program (a community re-entry program) which
features a personalized home evaluation process to ensure
the best outcome when returning to home.
An integral part of our service is to be
available when our customers need us most. The LCCW team
is available 24-hours a day to assist families and facilitate
admissions. We partner with a number of professional providers
to ensure we are meeting resident and patient needs. Some
provider partnerships include physician services, laboratory
services, podiatry, dental care, optometry, hospice services,
and radiology. We also sponsor a community Alzheimer's Support
Group that welcomes anyone struggling with coping with the
effects of this devastating disease.
For more information or to learn more about
our services, we invite you to visit the facility and meet
our leadership team and our team of skilled health care
professionals. Life Care Center of Waynesville is located
at 700 Birch Lane in Waynesville. You can reach our team
by calling 573-774-6456. Or you can visit us online by going
to the Life Care Centers of America website at lcca.com
and taking a virtual tour of our facility.
to One and All!
I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day Weekend
as we remember those that gave the ultimate sacrifice to
protect the Freedoms that we enjoy today. I was honored
to lay a wreath at two cemeteries and attended the ceremony
at the Veterans' Cemetery. It was a busy but a great day
to pause and remember.
On 27 May, we had our annual Eggs and Issues
luncheon. The latest issues concerning our state legislature
was provided by Senator Dan Brown, Representative Steve
Lynch and Representative Robert Ross. Lots of information
was provided to a large group of attendees. Thanks to them
for what they do for our region in Jefferson City. The event
was hosted by Fort Wood Hotels, sponsored by Century Link
and catered by Andy's 417. Thanks to these folks for making
this another great event.
With Memorial Day behind us, we begin the
Summer season. Summer is always a busy time of year for
everyone including the Chamber. Stay involved in the local
area. Perhaps even plan a weekend that involves exploring
our area. There are so many things to do from outdoor events,
a great aquatic park, museums, and shopping or just enjoying
many of our fine restaurants.
You can find almost everything you need from
our Chamber members that have their businesses located in
our Community. Dollars you spend locally stay local, which
allows the Community to continue to grow and prosper. The
quality of goods and services that are available in our
Community cannot be beat anywhere in the State.
So Remember---Shop Local-It's All Here!
As always, I ask each of you to make a difference
and stay active in the community and continue to work as
a Team. It is going to take a Team approach and effort for
us to be successful in the coming months and years. As we
continue to move forward in 2015, we need to stand united
in our community endeavors, whether that is in business,
volunteer work, support of this area and the military.
As always please feel free to contact me if
the Chamber can be of any assistance to you.
has arrived! As everyone starts making vacation plans be
sure to mark your calendars for our Membership Social on
July 30th at the Hampton Inn. If you are looking for employees
be sure to register for a free booth at this year's Job
Fair in August. This year's Community Pride Night has been
set for October 2nd in conjunction with the Waynesville
High School Homecoming. This is going to be a memorable
day and be on the lookout for more details.
The Chamber is excited to announce that Salenna
Hedgepath is our Summer VISTA Associate. We are blessed
to have such talent in the office to help with several programs
and projects. She will be attending upcoming events so be
sure to say hi.
The Chamber staff will be contacting members
to find out the date of your Business Anniversary. We want
to recognize your accomplishments so be sure to get back
with us. Also take time to download the free smart phone
MyChamberApp. It is an essential tool to provide all our
member contact information at your fingertips.
If you have any questions or concerns please
give me a call at 573-336-5121.
Cecilia Murray, IOM
Leadership Pulaski County from an Ambassadors
point of view
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
and the Ambassadors Club are excited to announce the upcoming
4th class enrollment for Leadership Pulaski County (LPC).
LPC is a community based leadership program designed to
identify, educate and develop leaders. The goal of LPC
is to identify community leaders, expand leadership potential
of participants by increasing their knowledge of Pulaski
County, as well as connect current and potential leaders
by improving communication.
As an Ambassador, Business leader, community
member, and graduate of the 1st class from LPC, I know
for a fact that this program works and is an important
component in preparing community leaders to reach their
fullest potential. There is no other program available
in this area that actually brings together participants
from local businesses, non profit organizations, government
entities and military groups and provides the opportunities
to network with a great bunch of people in your own class
while also providing specific tools and training needed
to become better leaders and better community members.
I enrolled in the Inaugural LPC class of
2012-2013 because I knew that participating in this program
would give me the foundation and the knowledge that I
needed to become not only a better leader but a better
follower. Having moved to Waynesville-St Robert from "somewhere
else" I wanted to make sure that I fully educated
myself on all things state, city, and Pulaski County related
in order to find the right fit for myself and my family
and find the right people that I could follow and work
alongside to be successful in my career as a General Manager
at a local hotel.
Ultimately, I got to make a lot of new friends
in my fellow classmates, build better relationships with
local organizations that we visited, gained a better understanding
of how the military and government entities operated,
and best of all
got to serve a local organization
doing great volunteer work in my own community. I highly
recommend LPC to any and all persons who are looking to
help themselves and their communities continue to grow
onwards and upwards.
For more information contact the Chamber
at 573-336-5121 or firstname.lastname@example.org
the official travel season begins, be sure to stock up on
information at your businesses! The Visitors Center offers;
The official Pulaski County Visitors Guide, Good TImes Guide,
Phone application, Antique & Sweet Trail, Driving tours
of Route 66, Frisco Railroad and Historic Fort Leonard Wood,
Veterans Memorial Tour, Waynesville Down Town Walking Tour
and a Progressive Dine Around program. New brochures include
Photography Trail, Walking & Hiking Trails, Trout Fishing
in Pulaski County and the Access for Everyone (ADA accessible
attractions and activities). The new PulaskiCountyUSA tourist
maps are available. These are tear sheet maps that note all
the attractions around the county and we have been working
on the various tours and trails that will be featured on Pocket
Sites, a new phone application.
May 27th kicks off the summer season and the Visitors Center
is open 7 days a week; Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, Saturdays and
Sundays 9 p.m.-3 p.m. Come by and see us! We have plenty of
information on local attractions as well as brochures on things
to do throughout Missouri.
June 20th is an action packed day in Pulaski County USA!
The day starts off early with the Marine Volkslauf, the USO
Motorcycle ride, Route 66 Freedom Fest and Rockapalooza. While
you are out enjoying all these great events, be sure to watch
for the Great American Race that will be driving along Pulaski's
33 miles of Route 66. This year the 9 day event follows Historic
Route 66 from Kirkwood Mo to Santa Monica, CA. The Great Race
is an antique, vintage, and collector car competitive controlled-speed
endurance road rally on public highways. It is not a test
of top speed. It is a test of a driver/navigator team's ability
to follow precise course instructions and the car's (and team's)
ability to endure on a cross-country trip. The course instructions
require the competing teams to drive at or below the posted
speed limits at all times. There are 100 teams from across
the globe, watch for cars such as the 1915 Hudson 6-4019,
70 Jaguar XKE and 1927 Bugatti Tribute! For more information
about the Great American Race visit www.greatrace.com.
Also note if you enjoy antique cars the following weekend
is the 2-day Cave state Cruisers car show. June also brings
the Pulaski County Fair - June 17th-20th and the Tri County
Fair June 23-27.
Coming up in July is the National Speleological Society 2015
Convention (#NSS2015) Caver's from all over the world will
spend Jul 13-17 attending over 50 seminars, field and research
trips. Partners are joining in on this opportunity to market
and are offering extended hours and opportunities. The Route
66 Courthouse, Old Stagecoach Stop and Frisco Museum's are
opening Tuesday and Thursday. The Route 66 Courthouse Museum
is offering a BYOL (Bring Your Own Light) head lamp tour beginning
at 7pm on Tuesday. COPS Paranormal Investigation is holding
a special night at the Talbot House Tuesday-Thursday. Everyone
is invited to attend, with special rates for convention attendees.
Check out the PulaskiCountyUSA.com
calendar of events for details.
June 5th is the last date for tourism related business to
update or add their listing for inclusion in the 2016 Missouri
Travel Guide which is produced by the Missouri Division of
Tourism. This is a complimentary marketing opportunity. Listings
may be added or updated at anytime for the website listing.
Laura Huffman has been the leader in bringing the Pulaski
County Quilt Guild and Pulaski County Historic Society together
to develop a quilt trail since June of 2014. The newly formed
organization, Ozark Quit Trail, has filed for their 501C3
and approved their logo. This will be an added tourism element
to Pulaski County opening up opportunities throughout the
county to develop attractions and activities to this niche
Making 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
business and industry are looking at communities there are
several factors used to select a community. The two most frequently
asked questions are: What available sites and buildings exist
in your community and what is the skill level of your workforce.
The Pulaski County Growth Alliance maintains on their web
page available buildings and sites. This information is entered
on a system called Location One, a regional web site that
hosts buildings and sites in several Midwest states. There
is no charge to have a building or site listed on Location
Location One is looked at by site selectors for business
and industry. If you have a site or building to lease or sale
contact me and I will post.
The Pulaski County Growth Alliance is also working on the
certification of the labor force in Pulaski County. In July
2014 an application was submitted for Pulaski County to be
a Work Ready Community. To obtain certification goals were
set by the National Career Readiness Organization. The unit
of measurement for skill level is done by use of American
Career Testing (ACT). The assessment is based on three areas,
applied mathematics locating information, and reading information.
The assessment has four levels of proficiency: Platinum,
Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The ACT NCRC is widely used by employers
nationwide. Employers and human resource professionals use
ACT NCRC as a tool for selection of hiring, training, or promotion
decisions. If you are an employer the Pulaski County Growth
Alliance needs your help. As part of the certification process
we need 43 employers to recognize this program. Please go
to web site http://workreadycommunities.org/business/form.
This will take about one minute of your time. As we look to
diversify our economic base this certification is extremely
137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite B
St. Robert, MO 65584
the Banks of the Roubidoux!
The new City Council has been seated in Waynesville
and the first agenda was full of projects for the coming
year. We have seated the following new members to the Council:
Alan Clark from Ward 3, Anne Roach from Ward 2, and Kitty
McKelvey from Ward 1. Mike France returns representing Ward
4 and was elected Mayor pro Tem.
Last month the City received notice that our S & P Bond
Rating is stable at an "A". This is great news
for the City, as we have several bond issues and finance
packages that support the many infrastructure projects we
are working on in the City and this helps to keep our interest
rates lower. A rating of "A" for a city of our
population is an achievement and we will work hard to maintain
We also have received positive information
from the Department of Natural Resources concerning a recent
inspection of our Waste Water Plant. We are proud to report
that our plant has passed all tests and exceeded all of
the factors that are measured in water quality standards
for Missouri. The multi-million dollar investment in our
Waste Water Plant several years ago continues to pay dividends
to the citizens by improving the water quality in the Roubidoux
The City approved an agreement with Fort Leonard
Wood to provide animal shelter services on post. This partnership
is an important step in creating more cost saving programs
for the Department of Defense and helps in the continuing
positive relationship with our neighbor. And with the recent
agreement between St. Robert and Waynesville, the Waynesville
Animal Shelter will now be home to the entire community's
The Council has approved plans to name the
drive to the new Municipal Center in honor of Councilwoman
Diana Stanford. Stanford Drive will be unveiled at a later
date. Plans were also adopted to name the new streets in
the Industrial Park after the communities which were displaced
in 1940-41 with the building of Fort Leonard Wood. The main
street will be Tribune, with adjacent streets named Bloodland,
Wharton, Cookville and Palace.
The flood mitigation work in Mitchell Creek
continues. With permission from the Corps of Engineers the
City began removing debris, trees, limbs and trash from
the area. Of the 71 property owners along the creek, 23
owners have given permission to work along their property
lines, which means we aren't able to access all areas of
the creek bed. Workers have removed 320 tons of debris,
gravel, fallen trees and have stabilized the bank in key
areas. Workers have removed a garage that had washed downstream
and lodged in a channel of the creek. The City has performed
over $20,000 in equipment, labor and materials and we will
continue to work on this important issue, as we are able.
Remember Freedom Fest on June 20 on the Square.
The USO Freedom Riders will arrive around 1:30 and it is
always a sight to see. We continue to plan for a Trail of
Tears dedication on June 19th at 9:00 am in Laughlin Park.
The Cherokee "Remember the Removal" Bike Riders
should be present for the ceremony.
We also plan a dedication for the Roubidoux
Park Stage on July 11th , from 3-5 in the afternoon, with
a "Jazz in the Park" celebration, featuring the
Army Band and the WHS Jazz Band. Watch for details. Remember
to shop local! Have a great end of the school year!
From the Banks of the Roubidoux!
Mayor of Waynesville
Tiger Typhoon Aquatic Center is now open for the summer
season. Private party rentals available 7-9 p.m. Please call
573-451-2625 for more information on hours, prices, and reservations
The 1st Annual Poker Run is May 30th at 9 a.m., proceeds
to benefit St. Robert/Waynesville Parks. POC Kevin Curtis
573-842-8766 or James Felix 573-855-6145
The Pulaski County Fair will be at the St. Robert Community
Center from June 17 20.
Golf news: Summer golf league is June 15th to September 15th
at 6 p.m at the St. Robert Municipal Golf Course beginning
June 18th. *No specific game days, but you will have to play
one round of golf per week. Total of 14 rounds. Cost is $10.00
per player, per week/round *total of $140; format: 9 holes,
1 hour play time. There will be an End of League Tournament
with BBQ. June Golf Special: Buy one get one FREE. Speed Golf
is June 27th, for more information please call Jim Phillips
at 573-451-2000 ext. 1306 or stop by the Club House at 140
On May 1st, the Cities of St. Robert and Waynesville combined
their Animal Control Services to better serve both communities.
As of May 1st, all dogs caught running at large or turned
in as lost, will be housed at the Waynesville/St. Robert Animal
Shelter located at 1502 Ousley Rd., next to the 911 communications
center. Hours of operations will be Monday-Friday, 8 am-6
pm and Saturday, 1 pm-5 pm, the shelter is closed Sundays
and Holidays. Citizens of St. Robert and Waynesville can continue
to report animal control calls through their respective Police
Departments or call Animal Control Officers directly at the
shelter, 573-774-6509. Citizens wishing to report non-threatening
dogs running at large after hours can call the shelter and
leave a message. Citizens reporting dangerous/aggressive dogs
after hours need to contact their Police Department.
Council meetings will be held on the first and third Tuesdays
of every month now instead of Mondays. Meetings will still
take place at 5 p.m.in the Council Chambers located inside
the St. Robert Municipal Center. For any questions about Council
meetings please call the City Clerk at 573-451-3301. JUNE
would like to wish you a Happy Anniversary and acknowledge
this celebration with a photo that will be featured on Facebook
and our Weekly Update! Our goal in sharing this photo with
the community is to acknowledge, promote, and bring visibility
to our Chamber Members. Please contact us for a photo at
573-336-5121 or feel free to email us your own photo.
The following Chamber businesses are celebrating anniversaries
Hogan Land Title of Pulaski County - 10th
Liberty Lodge - 5th
Ribbon Cutting for Old Towne Antiques & Eatery -
June 2nd at 1 p.m. for a re-grand opening at 401 Schofer
St. in Rolla.
Chamber Luncheon - June 10th at 11:45 a.m. at El
Jimador. Our sponsor will be Life Care Center of Waynesville.
Please contact the Chamber Office to RSVP before 9:00 a.m.
Tuesday, June 9th. There is limited
seating, a waiting list will be started once the limit has
**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
Ribbon Cutting for Sisters Helping Sisters Successfully
Succeed (S.H.S.S.S.) - June 11th at Noon at the Chamber
office, 137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste. B.
Ribbon Cutting for Janet's Wish - June 12th at 9
a.m. at the Chamber office, 137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste. B.
Ribbon Cutting for Ashby's Covenant Insurance Agency
- June 16th at 11 a.m. at 304 W. James Blvd., St. James.
the complete monthly calendar
The June Newcomer Spotlight Business is:
Fort Leonard Wood
81 bags were handed out in May.
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!
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Chamber Board of Directors:
PRESIDENT - Phil Tackett
VICE PRESIDENT - Mike Freeman
TREASURER - Marsha Mercer
Brad Budolfson, Carrie Williamson, Dr. Chris Berger, Tracy
McCord, Carey Heitman, Melissa Shelden, and Shawn Cordry
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Cecilia Murray
OFFICE MANAGER - Leanna Weathers
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Lisa Thomas
AMERICORPS VISTA - Kate Thomas