October 28, 2022~ Chamber, Local & Regional Business News

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Featuring David Reed of Mathnasium of St Peters North

We'll talk with David Reed of Mathnasium of St Peters North

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Featuring Dr. Kevin Mabie of Tutor Doctor Saint Peters

We talk with Dr. Kevin Mabie of Tutor Doctor Saint Peters

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News You May Have Missed

Join the St. Charles Regional Chamber at the St. Louis Small Biz Expo

Join the St. Charles Regional Chamber at the upcoming St. Louis Business Expo on November 1st at the St. Charles Convention center from 11:00am - 5:00pm! Be an exhibitor at the Expo & showcase your business to thousands of potential Customers! Mention the St. Charles Regional Chamber & receive...

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SBA Disaster Loan Outreach Centers and Business Recovery Center to Close in St. Louis and O'Fallon

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Disaster Field Operations Center-West announced today that SBA will close the Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in St. Louis and O'Fallon and the Business Recovery Center in St. Louis and at 6:00 p.m. on Tu...

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Honor the United States Armed Forces at the Annual St. Peters Veterans Day Ceremony

Please join the St. Peters Veterans Memorial Commission for our annual Veterans Day Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 11, 2022, as we honor the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces. This free event begins at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial at City Centre, located next to City Hall.

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56 Missouri judges running in November to stay on the bench - Missourinet

When Missouri voters cast their general election ballot, they will be asked whether to let 56 nonpartisan judges keep their job. Two Missouri Supreme Court judges, 10 Court of Appeals judges, 22 circuit court judges, and 22 associate circuit court judges are campaigning to retain their seat on the bench.

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Pumpkin Glow in Historic St. Charles

At the Historic St. Charles Pumpkin Glow you and your family can bask in the glow of carved pumpkins throughout the historic district while the merchants along Main Street stay open late to offer scary good deals, and the street will be illuminated with hundreds of eerily glowing pumpkins.

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You're invited to promote your business through the Local St. Charles podcast. Done in conjunction with Ken Tucker and ChangeScape web, members of the St. Charles Regional Chamber have the opportunity to share their successes, their stories, and their challenges. Podcasts are published on Apple, Spotify, through the Chamber's facebook page, in this very e-newsletter and through the Local St. Charles (news section) on the Chamber's website.

The format is a video Livestream through StreamYard and then turned into a podcast. You'll need to submit interview questions, a bio sheet and headshot to complete the booking process.

Click here to start the process and submit your name for a guest appearance.

City of Saint Charles Asks For Public Comment on Wellfield

The City has been working diligently on a situation surrounding our wellfield that provides water to our residents and businesses. The Elm Point Wellfield serves as the primary drinking water supply to the City of St. Charles. Three businesses located within the Elm Point Wellfield are respon...

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Danna McKitrick Adds Drake B. Meyer as Associate Attorney

Danna McKitrick, P.C. has announced that Drake B. Meyer has joined the firm as an associate attorney. Meyer advises clients on corporate and business transactions including entrepreneurial, real estate, and corporate formation and governance matters. He also represents individuals and businesse...

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Comic Relief's New Location Grand Opening and Halloween Sale

Comic Relief's New Location Grand Opening and Spooky Halloween Sale. *Friday - Ribbon Cutting(10:30) - Food and Drinks - Free Comic Relief T-shirt first 50 People *Saturday - Spider-Man 11-2pm *All 3 days 40% off Comics and Graphic Novels Say goodbye to old location all 3 days with 25 c...

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Flavors, Fall, and Fun: Andy's Frozen Custard has it all - Missourinet

This custard establishment has taken the United States by storm ever since its start in 1986, and it began in Osage, Missouri. Andy's Frozen Custard is always tasting, innovating, and expanding while keeping the company's core values at the epicenter of it all. Cameron Conner spoke with product developer Ann Burge about the Fall flavors...

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Your road map for hiring highly skilled workers

Do you have an open position with super-specific criteria that you've had a difficult time filling? Or, maybe the criteria aren't as specific, but a talent shortage is making it harder to find the right person. If you've been trying to pinpoint the right candidate awhile without any luck, one reason could be because you're looking to hire a highly skilled worker.

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Upskill your workforce and build a future-ready business

In today's post-pandemic landscape, a company's path to success depends on the quality, adaptability and resiliency of its people. But how do you cultivate a top-notch workforce ready to meet all the challenges of our modern and dynamic workplace? Upskilling your workforce is an important place to start.

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Upcoming Events

November 2022 Biz Brew

BIZ BREW - Serving straight up business and spirited conversation. Come and enjoy beverages, snacks and engaging discussions with fellow chamber members and guests. Always remember to bring lots of your business cards to pass around.

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Lunch with Leaders November 2022

Speaker:Chancellor Jeff Pittman, St. Louis Community College Topic:State of the St. Louis Workforce Understanding the Greater St. Louis region's workforce is the first step in developing talent and building successful partnerships. Each year, the State of the St. Louis Workforce report expl...

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Member Visits

Walmart to the Rescue! Ordering glass plates for the Santa Dash awards has never been easier. Wendy was able to order these hard-to-find plates on the Wal-Mart website and had them delivered to the Chamber office so they could be customized as cookie plates for the Santa run on December 3rd.


Lori had a quick Member Visit with Cameron Oberg at Battery Outfitters, Inc. while picking up a #392 battery for her father! What's a #392 battery you say? Well, it's a tiny battery that goes inside a timer. Battery Outfitters carries batteries for automotive commercial, marine, motorcycle, RV's, laptops, camcorder's, cell phones and more!

Stop by and see them at 4638 Mid Rivers Mall in St. Peters or give them a call: 636/922.7144.


It’s NOT your grandmother’s library! After taking the day off, Wendy took baby Steven to Story Time at the Middendorf-Kredell Branch Library branch of the

St. Charles City – County Library. How times have changed! Story time is divided by age group with age appropriate stories, songs and activities. The branch also has a whole wing dedicated to kids – with wall magnets, puzzles, legos, puppets and so much more! If you haven’t visited a branch lately, make sure to swing by and see everything your local library has to offer.

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