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AUGUST 2015

9815 Mackenzie Road • Affton, MO 63123 • 314.631.3100 • fax 314.631.3102 • www.afftonchamber.com • info@afftonchamber.com

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am to 1 pm Closed for lunch 1-2. Call before stopping by after 2.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Thursday, August 13 Garden Villas South

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13457 Tesson Ferry (63128)

Registration: 11:30 am / Lunch: 12 Noon 18 Cost: $15 members/$20 non-members prepaid Opportunity to learn about the many services offered at

DELMAR GARDENS SOUTH

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SKILLED NURSING AND REHABILITATION &

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RETIREMENT AND ASSISTED LIVING

Members are encouraged to bring ONE 1 non-member guest with each paid admission. A great opportunity to find out about the Chamber, 10 meet other chamber members and network.

Meeting Sponsor

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RESERVATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 7

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RESERVATION POLICY If you make a reservation & do not show up, we will invoice you. We give a count to the venue on the deadline & we are required to pay for that number of attendees. If you must cancel after the deadline, please call or email at least 24 hours before the meeting and we will try to fill your spot. If we are able to do so, we will not invoice you.

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R = Reservations required for this event (314.631.3100) (#) = Turn to this page for an article about this event. —AUGUST— GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING R(1) 11:30 am @ Garden Villas South (13457 Tesson Ferry) Meeting Sponsor: Delmar Gardens & Garden Villas South MEET & GREET CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST R(2) 8-9 am @ American Eagle Credit Union (6600 Chippewa) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING 9 am @ Chamber office, lower level SOCIAL HOUR: BACKYARD BBQ R(3) 5-7 pm @ Great Southern Bank (6800 S. Rock Hill) Sponsored by: Renewal by Andersen LUNCH & LEARN: IMPROVE YOUR LIFE R(3) 12-1 pm @ Chamber office, lower level —SEPTEMBER— RIBBON CUTTING R(4) 12 noon @ Clarkson Eyecare (10101 Gravois) GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING R 11:15 am @ Orlando Gardens (4300 Hoffmeister) Meeting Sponsor: Medical West MEET & GREET CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST R 8-9 am @ Sam’s Club (4512 Lemay Ferry Rd.) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING 9 am @ Chamber office, lower level LUNCH & LEARN: FIREARM SAFETY R 12-1 pm @ Chamber office, lower level AFFTON COMMUNITY DAYS (5) AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE MEETING 12:30 pm @ Sharpshooters Pit & Grill (8135 Gravois) —OCTOBER— GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING R Meeting Sponsor: All Family Care LUNCH & LEARN: GET READY FOR WINTER R 12-1 pm @ Chamber office, lower level SUPERTRIVIA! TRIVIA NIGHT R 6:30 pm @ Affton Community Center (9801 Mackenzie) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING 9 am @ Chamber office, lower level SOCIAL HOUR —NOVEMBER— GOOD MORNING AFFTON! R


THE BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE

GATEWAY TREE CARE

Mark S. Fellhauer 4600 S. Lindbergh (63126) 314.748.4801 • Fax: 314.966.8186 www.4thebank.com • mfellhauer@4thebank.com The Bank of Edwardsville is a 148 year institution that has primarily served Southern Illinois. Our branch on Lindbergh is the first move by us into the St. Louis market. We are focusing on Mortgages, Commercial Lending, and Investments. The branch on Lindbergh is a full service branch, so we can do everything out of this branch. I lead up the Mortgage and Retail side here, and Sean McKenna heads up our commercial team.

Shane & Victoria Hutchens 476 Old Smizer Mill Road #176 (63026) 636.600.1396 www.gatewaytreecare.com • shutchens@gatewaytreecare.com We are a woman owned, family business offering full service tree care. Services include tree removal, pruning/trimming, stump grinding, and planting.

CLARKSON EYECARE

Descriptions are written by the new members. When you’re in their area, stop by or call them and welcome them to the chamber.

Kelly Chew 10101 Gravois Road (63123) 636.227.2600 • Fax: 636.200.4020 www.clarksoneyecare.com • kellywahl@clarksoneyecare.com Serving St. Louis and surrounding cities since 1979, the Clarkson Eyecare staff takes pride in giving each patient an unequaled eyecare experience. Visit Clarkson Eyecare for prescription glasses and contact lenses, treating and managing cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Tuesday, August 18 8-9 am American Eagle Credit Union 6600 Chippewa

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RICH WHITED

Rich is the newest Retired Senior Member.

MEMBER REWARDS PROGRAM You are our best salespeople—you know the value of membership! Recruit a new member & receive a reward! Your choice of:  One (1) complimentary lunch at a member meeting.  One (1) business card ad in the newsletter. Requirements:  Your name must be listed on the application (write your name on applications you give out).  They cannot have been a member during the past 2 years.

Thanks to the following businesses and organizations for renewing their memberships. Year joined is in parentheses. Listed renewals are June 25-July 23

Express Employment Professionals (2014)

RSVP by Friday, August 14

Lindenwood University (2014)

FUTURE & NEW MEMBERS …learn about the Chamber! CURRENT MEMBERS...networking!

County Councilman Kevin O’Leary (2008) Spectrum Business (2009)

PARTNERS Diamond…Dane Huxel-State Farm Agent; Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Platinum...Great Southern Bank, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


YOU & YOUR FAMILY ARE INVITED TO ATTEND

BACKYARD BBQ

Wednesday, August 19th 5-7 pm Great Southern Bank 6800 S. Rock Hill Road, Affton, MO 63123

Please RSVP by August 14, 2015 314-631-3100 info@afftonchamber.com

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Sponsored by

NETWORKING | COUNTRY MUSIC | BBQ | BEER | LEMONADE Drawing for $100 VISA Gift Card | HULA HOOP CONTEST

Improve Your Life through Holistic Health

presented by Tammy Scott Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique

Friday, August 21

Noon-1 pm

Chamber office (9815 Mackenzie)

MEMBERS ONLY! Limited Seating...Reservations Required RSVP by August 19 info@afftonchamber.com / 314.631.3100 Attend with or without a “brown bag” lunch.

Tammy will share tips on how to increase your personal energy and maintain a stress-free, balanced life in all areas; mind, body, spirit and emotions. Attendees will learn about the benefits of meditation, nutritious food, complete breathing and the power of thought. This will be an interactive mini workshop. Bring a pen and an open mind!

PARTNERS Gold...J & J Construction & Remodeling, Timothy J. Kinealy, CPA, LLC

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WELCOME NEW TEACHERS Help welcome the new teachers to the area schools by providing promotional items (not flyers or business cards) for a Welcome bag from the Chamber & our members. The Chamber provides a copy of the current directory and an Affton map. If you would like to provide items for any or all schools, please deliver 40 items to the Chamber office by August 7.

"To the world you may be just a teacher but to your students you are a HERO!"

Our Condolences ... to Chief Jon Belmar of St. Louis County Police, on the passing of his father, Bill, on July 7. Chief Belmar was a member of the Affton Chamber Board of Directors when he was Captain of the Affton Southwest Precinct.

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PARTNERS Bronze...All Family Care, American Eagle Credit Union, Commerce Bank, Gapsch CARSTAR Collision Center, Neighbors Credit Union


September 19, 2015 St. Dominic Savio Parish Parking Lot

7748 Mackenzie Rd. Theme: Affton says….

“Play Ball” Join The Parade 10:00 am Affton High School, south on Mackenzie, east on Gravois, west on Weber, north on Mackenzie to St. Dominic Savio Parish grounds School Bands, Floats, Walkers & Riders All participants must register!

Attend the Festival 11am-9 pm Game Booths, Food, Inflatable's, Fire Truck Rides, Beer Garden, 9 hours of Continuous Entertainment. Fun for Young & Old

ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE 11:55 am: National Anthem Noon: To Be Announced 12:55 pm: Announcement of Parade Winners 1:00 pm: Juggling Jeff 2:00 pm: Memories of Elvis, featuring Steve Davis 3:00-5:00 pm: Fanfare Band near the Beer Tent 5:15-9:00 pm: SMASH Band on the main stage Sponsored by Harster Heating & Air Conditioning

Sponsored by the Affton Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the St. Dominic Savio Parish PARTNERS Bronze...Evren Senol-RE/MAX Results, SSM St. Clare Health Center, Syberg’s an eating & drinking company

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INTERESTED

O'Connor Insurance - Russell Weber 12101 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141 314.434.0038 www.oconnor-ins.com russell@oconnor-ins.com I have been in the insurance industry for 27 years, the last 17 of which have been with O'Connor Insurance. O'Connor is located in Creve Coeur at Olive and 270, however I call Affton home. I am married to Beth, a Physician Assistant with Fenton Family Medicine. We have two children, Zealand 12 and Lorraine 9. My area of expertise includes all Commercial Insurance needs including Group Benefits. I additionally am responsible for placement of Individual Life and Health products. As a broker, I am able to access multiple market in order to find the best match for your particular needs. I have trusted associates that can facilitate your personal insurance requirements. I obtain no less than 20 hours of continuing education annually. I have earned my Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU); Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC); and Certified Risk Manager (CRM) designations. I put this knowledge to work on your behalf. Additionally we pride ourselves on being a "Trusted Choice" agency. I practice high ethical standards. If given the chance, I will provide you with service and risk management solutions that will exceed your expectations. I appreciate each and every opportunity to earn your trust. Your total protection is my priority!

in having the 2015-2016 Affton Community Directory available for residents & customers to pick up at your business location? Call or email the Chamber office today!

The Chamber is looking for a volunteer with a green thumb to maintain the flower bed at the office. Contact the office if you’re interested.

Now you can be featured in the Member Spotlight without attending a meeting! For only $40, you can be featured here for 1 month & in the following month's Affton Chamber of Commerce newsletter. Includes: Your Company Logo, Article about Your Company (200 words written by you), and Your Company's Contact Information (company & representative name, address, phone, website, email address). Interested? Contact the Affton Chamber of Commerce with questions or to reserve your month!

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PARTNERS Diamond…Dane Huxel-State Farm Agent; Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Platinum...Great Southern Bank, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


5 Tips on How You Can Start Using Video for Your Business Video content has exploded as a marketing tool and if you’re on the sidelines wondering why, it may help to know that according to eMarketer, daily time dedicated to digital video watching (for adults) has increased exponentially over the past 5 years. From a measly 6 minutes a day in 2010, to 55 minutes in 2014, we’re certainly getting our time in front of the screen. But it’s not just the amount of time spent that causes marketers to flock to this medium. According to a report by Unruly, enjoyment of a brand video causes intent to purchase to rise by 97%. Getting started is often the biggest challenge. Most business owners are surprised to hear it doesn’t take expensive equipment and actors. You can create cheap videos for your company with a phone, laptop, inexpensive lighting and a quality mic. By all means, if you have the money and want to hire it out, that’s fine too. Here on some suggestions to how to start using video for your business: Decide the Type Depending on the type of business you’re in, think about how you can best use video to meet your marketing goals. Some ideas include: Product demonstrations, Tutorials on how to use your product, Telling your story (great way to put a face with the business), Testimonials/case studies, Thought leadership, Staff introductions, Corporate office, facility, store tours, Product production highlights (for instance, videos of the produce growers a restaurant uses) Answer Questions Improve Search Results This type of video is wildly successful because it not only establishes you and your business as a subject matter expert but it also helps in SEO. To begin, do some research as to what your potential customers are asking. Marcus Sheridan, of the Sales Lion, worked at a fiberglass pool company before he began his formal career in content marketing. He realized many people in the market for a pool wanted to know the basics such as: What’s the difference between a fiberglass pool and a cement one? How long will it take to install? How much do fiberglass pools cost? He uncovered these questions through talking with his sales people and searching the Internet. Once he found out what his potential buyers wanted to know, he answered them. This made him, and the pool company he worked for, a resource for potential buyers. Even if they didn’t ultimately buy from him, they went to his site, which drove traffic, and increased his organic placement. One more reminder on the importance of video and search results: YouTube is the world’s second-largest search engine with more than 3 billion searches a month (more than AOL, Yahoo! and Bing combined), and 100 hours of video uploaded every minute. Make it Mobile-friendly- Facebook alone handles 4 billion video views a day, 75% of those are accessed from a mobile phone. Reason enough? Watch the Analytics- Just as you would measure the success of different kinds of posts on social media, you want to make sure you watch the hits and watches of your video(s). Some video services like Vimeo, allow you to see how much of your video people are watching. This gives you good insight into your content and level of interest. You can even see parts that are rewound and watched again.

Keep Your Outtakes- People love to laugh. Keep your outtakes to use them at a later date. You could create a holiday video card of bloopers for customers or use it as part of a celebration or anniversary. Don’t be surprised if that video gets more hits than the original. Video is becoming increasingly popular as forms of entertainment and education. Don’t be intimidated in entering video into your marketing mix. You can do it inexpensively and it makes a formidable impression. Christina R. Green teaches small businesses, chambers and associations how to connect through content. Her articles have appeared in the Midwest Society of Association Executives’ Magazine, NTEN.org, AssociationTech, and Socialfish. She is a regular blogger at Frankjkenny.com and Event Blog. She’s a bookish writer on a quest to bring great storytelling to organizations everywhere.

PARTNERS Gold...J & J Construction & Remodeling, Timothy J. Kinealy, CPA, LLC

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Ribbon Cutting Pauline’s Place Adult Day Care 8460 Watson Road, Suite 130 June 30, 2015

Membership Meeting July 9, 2015

New Member The Film Perspective Aaron Markham

Meeting Speaker Response Targeted Marketing Barry Coziahr

Meeting Sponsor SSM St. Clare Health Center Alisyn Beffa

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PARTNERS Bronze...All Family Care, American Eagle Credit Union, Commerce Bank, Gapsch CARSTAR Collision Center, Neighbors Credit Union


24-7 Animal & Pest Control Deca Realty Farmers Insurance-Trevor Willingham John G’Sell, DDS Juice Plus+, Tim Peniston Great Southern Bank O’Connor Insurance State Farm Insurance-Dane Huxel Howard Stein, Independent Insurance Broker Want to see your Company Name here every month? Upgrade your annual investment for only $50!

Benefits include Member Lunch, Email Blast, Business Card Ad in Newsletter , Member Spotlight or ½-Page New Resident Insert & Company Name in Every Newsletter.

CORRECTION Syberg’s an eating & drinking co. was inadvertently omitted from the list of Golf Tournament Hole Sponsors in the July newsletter. We apologize for this error.

Shop Chamber Members! To take advantage of the following discounts, take along your newsletter as proof of membership or stop by the Chamber office to pick up a card showing you are a current member. Add your company to this list!!! A Plus Printing Services—10% discount on printing & copying. ACN—$100 Visa gift card if we can’t beat current credit card processing rates (thru Anovia Payments, min $3000 monthly sales required) Ad Source One—10% discount. Computer St. Louis—20% off an hour of service. Crown Optical—10% off all eyeglasses, contact lenses, sunglasses & accessories. Not valid with insurance or other discount plans. The E & A CFO Group—One month free payroll or other accounting service with 1 year commitment. Call for free quote. Extra Space Storage—Receive 5% off your monthly rent. Ask Patrick for details. F2 Garage Door Solutions—Free Installation with Purchase of Garage Armour Security Kit ($35.00 value). Fran Ann Engraving—10% off purchase from store. John G’Sell DDS—10% discount off services. Gateway Alarm, Inc.—Receive 3 months free monitoring with a new system. Great Clips-Schnucks Plaza—Haircuts: $10.99, $5 off perms, & 20% off products. Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique—10% discount off services. Infinity Hair Design—15% OFF your first precision haircut or color. Mehlville-Oakville Alumni Assoc—$5 discount (regularly $15) for Alumni by Choice Membership for non-alumni owned businesses Mops in Motion, Inc.—$10 discount on cleaning service of 3 hours or more. Morris Family Chiropractic—Meet the Doctor “Special”: New Patient Free Services: Consultation, Exam & Report of Findings. Oberweis Home Delivery Sales—.99 delivery charge for 1 year & free cooler (must order 1 item every 4 weeks, $128.99 value). Office Depot—Use the Chamber discount card for an average 15-30% savings on many items. Park Forest Apartments—Application fee waived and 13 month lease with 1 month free. Pauline’s Place Adult Day Care, LLC—Any enrolled senior family member who is admitted for a year will receive a $10 discount with private pay attendance of 6 or more Monday to Friday hours. Southern Floral Shop—10% discount on each order, or free mylar balloon with a purchase. Workbench Furniture Restoration—10% off of refinishing. Ziegenhein Funeral Home—FREE METAL CASKET with "traditional" funeral service for US Veteran or paid pre-need funeral contract If you would like to see your business in this monthly column, simply offer a discount by WRITING OUT the discount and emailing or faxing it to the Chamber office. Your dues must be current.

PARTNERS Bronze...Evren Senol-RE/MAX Results, SSM St. Clare Health Center, Syberg’s an eating & drinking company

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If you have hired someone, received an award, or added to your family—whatever is news worthy—send it to mandy@afftonchamber.com. The deadline is the 15th of the month for publication in the next month’s newsletter. ... Orlando Gardens Banquet Center for the delicious lunch at the July meeting. … SSM St. Clare Health Center for sponsoring the July meeting. … Fonda Totten of F2 Garage Door Solutions for selling 50/50 tickets and greeting July meeting attendees. … The UPS Store-Grasso Plaza for the speedy service on the July newsletter. … County Councilman Kevin O’Leary for being the guest legislator at the July Brown Bag Lunch. … Commerce Bank for hosting the July Brown Bag Lunch. … New Resident Mailing participants: All Family Care, American Eagle Credit Union, Burn's Auto Service, Commerce Bank, Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Imo's Pizza, Natural Healing Therapies, Oberweis Home Delivery Sales, Pauline's Place Adult Day Care, SSM St. Clare Health Center, and Syberg's Restaurant.

Congratulations to our members that were named in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces 2015 based solely on surveys completed by their employees: Ameren Missouri; Anheuser-Busch (American Eagle) Credit Union; Edward Jones; First Community Credit Union; River City Casino; and St. Louis County Library. The Board of Directors announces the selection of David Sindelar as the Chief Executive Officer and fourth member of the Office of the President for St. Anthony’s Medical Center beginning September 1. Reuter Law Firm, LLC, is proud to announce the renaming of the firm to Reuter Merkle Law Firm, LLC to include founder Dan Reuter’s daughter Erin Merkle. Erin has been with the firm for five years. Congratulations to Denny Coleman on his retirement from the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership. He has been CEO of the Partnership and its predecessor St. Louis County Economic Council since 1990.

Did you miss our April meeting speaker Cathy Weaver, author of Networking on Steroids? Watch here every month for an excerpt of her 26 tips…

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Know your GOALS before you start Networking. Honesty don't create stories you can’t back up. Be interested in what somebody else is saying or GET OUT!

PARTNERS Diamond…Dane Huxel-State Farm Agent; Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Platinum...Great Southern Bank, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


Do you have a Community Event to share? Email it to mandy@afftonchamber.com. The deadline is the 15th of the month for publication in the next month’s newsletter. We will also place it on our Affton Community Events web calendar when it is received. AFFTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH Food Truck Thursday is Thursday, August 13, 4:30-7:30 pm at Affton Christian Church (9825 Tesson Ferry). Food trucks scheduled: Curbside Cookery, Pyro Pizza & Destination Desserts. For more information, call 314.631.5777. AFFTON SCHOOL DISTRICT Adult Water Fitness Classes begin Wednesday, August 5, 6 pm at Affton High School Pool (8309 Mackenzie). Class is 45 minutes and 15 minute open swim. 7 Week Session $35 moderate impact. Please pay at the 1st class. Instructor Margie Ker, Certified Water Fitness Coordinator. Advance reservations are needed. Email pknox@afftonschools.net or call 314-633-5994 hit *and then enter mailbox 10501#. Leave your name - name of class - call back number. Start getting fit! AFFTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY Oakland House Open Luncheon is Tuesday, August 11 at Oakland House (7801 Genesta). 11 am Tour, 12 Noon Lunch. $15 per person includes the tour. Open to everyone and provide a wonderful opportunity to meet up with friends, celebrate a special event or just treat yourself. Menu varies with the season and includes salad, entree, dessert & coffee or tea. Please make reservations 2 weeks in advance by calling Dot Huebener at 314.300.8213.

The 50/50 amount of $71 was won by Donna Lynde of RainMaker Sales Support. Nick Zona of Spectrum Business and Howard Stein of Stein Insurance Agency each won a $25 gift certificate to 54th Street Grill donated by SSM St. Clare Health Center. Fonda Totten of F2 Garage Door Solutions won the sampler box donated by SozoGlobal. Rich Whited, Retired Resident Member won the half gallon of chocolate milk donated by Oberweis Home Delivery Sales. Betty Jones of Pauline’s Place Adult Day Care won the umbrella donated by South County Times. Want to see your name mentioned here? Attend a meeting, buy 50/50 tickets & win OR donate an item for the 50/50 drawing.

THE VILLAGE AT MACKENZIE PLACE Trivia Night is Saturday, August 22, 7 pm at The Village at Mackenzie Place (8520 Mackenzie). $160 for table of 8. Round sponsorships available for $100. To register or for more information, contact Nikki Clayton at 314.884.7901 or nikki.clayton@lssliving.org. GRAVOIS KIWANIS CLUB Gravois Kiwanis Golf Tournament is Tuesday, August 11 at Quail Creek Golf Course. $125 per person includes golf, lunch and dinner. Lunch at 12 noon and 1 pm shotgun start. Break the glass and putting contests. For more information or to register, contact Don Leupold at 314.631.5582. ROCKSHOW ACADEMY Announcing new fall classes: Homeschooler Only Performance, Musical Theatre, Private Lessons, and Rock Keyboard. Wizard of Oz (with a Wicked Twist!) for ages 5-18 will help kids learn first hand what its like to be in a professional performance with lights, sound, sets, costumes, & a stage!! Audition Dates/Times: Tuesday, August 25th from 6pm-8pm & Wednesday, August 26th from 6pm-8pm. Price: $225/semester. For more information, visit rockshowacademy.com.

Happy Anniversary to… Carondelet Park Rec Plex ... 90 years Gateway Metro Federal Credit Union … 80 years Dave Mungenast St. Louis Honda … 50 years Happy Joe’s Pizza … 40 years O’Connor Insurance … 40 years Mackenzie Dental Group … 30 years A Plus Printing Services … 20 years Mops In Motion … 20 years All Family Care … 10 years Arnold Air … 10 years The UPS Store-Grasso Plaza … 10 years

PARTNERS Gold...J & J Construction & Remodeling, Timothy J. Kinealy, CPA, LLC

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OCTOBER—Friday, October 16th Trivia Night JANUARY—Saturday, January 23rd Gala & Awards Dinner FEBRUARY—Saturday, February 20th Mouse Races APRIL—Tuesday, April 19th Community & Business Expo MAY—Saturday, May 14th Annual Barbeque JUNE—TBD Annual Golf Tournament 12

President President-Elect Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

OFFICERS Marty Carr—Deca Realty Carrie Carrigan—Great Southern Bank Dr. Eric Werner—Morris Family Chiropractic Fonda Totten—F2 Garage Door Solutions Tim Kinealy—Timothy J. Kinealy, CPA, LLC

DIRECTORS Jake Baretich J & J Construction & Remodeling Dr. Steve Brotherton Affton School District Patricia Cowan Rainmaker Sales Support Terri Ems Individual Chief Jim Fritz Affton Fire Protection District Dane Huxel State Farm Insurance Kayla Lackner American Eagle Credit Union Rachel Lovelace Neighbors Credit Union Charlie Merx Merx Flooring Capt. Christopher Stocker St. Louis County Police-Affton Suzanne Welker Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes OFFICE STAFF Lisa Rackley-Executive Director Mandy Montgomery-Office Assistant

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