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MONTHLY NEWSLETTER | February 2017

November 2015

The Chamber Celebrates 2016 with Annual Dinner The Annual Dinner & Silent Auction, held January 26, 2017, brought Chamber members together to celebrate 2016 accomplishments at Fischer’s Restaurant. The event celebrated Chamber Members who went above and beyond in 2016 and set the pace for a promising 2017. The Chamber awarded two Business Excellence Awards at the event, one of which went to Peace by Piece Co. for their commitment to their employees, their customers and the community. SCORE of Southwestern Illinois, Branch #423 was also awarded a Business Excellence Award for their dedication to serving the small business community. The Chamber also recognized three individuals. Justin Chapman, TheBANK of Edwardsville, was the recipient of the 2016 Ambassador of the Year Award for his dedication and volunteerism as Chair of the Ambassadors. Leigh Sindelar, Hospice of Southern Illinois, received the 2016 Leadership Belleville Alumni Award for her support of local businesses and organizations and her service to the healthcare community. Leigh is a graduate of the 0405 Leadership Belleville Class. This year’s Citizen of the Year Award went to Gloria Crowder, who for almost a decade has played a key role in the creation, growth, and community impact of the 17th Street Neighborhood Association. She has been an essential part of neighborhood improvement initiatives, including the Association’s summer camp, which serves up to 160 elementary students per year and employs high school students as counselors. For this initiative, she has developed supportive partnerships with Westminster Church, Belleville School District 118, Belleville AmeriCorps, and many other organizations. Gloria is an inspirational and spiritual leader of community transformation. Her visionary leadership is founded in faith, action, and a strong desire for a community that serves everyone’s needs. She has truly been a light for our city! The Chamber congratulates these very deserving individuals and businesses on their accomplishments!


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Kevin Richter, President Mathis, Marifian & Richter, LTD Dr. Jeff Dosier, President Elect Belleville Township High School District #201 Mike McManus, 1st Vice President Memorial Hospital Bob Mueller, Immediate Past President TheBANK of Edwardsville

Board of Directors Dr. Brett Barger, Lindenwood University-Belleville Edmond Brown, ELB Enterprises Mayor Mark Eckert, City of Belleville Dr. Mark Eichenlaub, Southwestern Illinois College Grant Evitts, Illinois American Water Harlan “Skip” Ferry, Commerce Bank Pat Hill, Allsup, Inc. Rachel Jackson, Project Compassion, NFP Darlene Jones, Violence Prevention Center of Southwestern Illinois Jerril Jones, Center for Racial Harmony Jared Katt, Chelar Tool & Die, Inc. Matt Klosterman, Belleville Public School District #118 Mary C. Lamie, Bi-State Development Melissa Mason, Belleville News-Democrat Kevin Pesko, Bank of Belleville John Reichert, In-Focus Marketing Bill Rickher, Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc Peg Sebastian, HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Scott Schanuel, Holland Construction Services Kevin Vick, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. Emily Vosse, Beno J. Gundlach Co. Joseph Weissert, Ameren Illinois Will Welsh, Gateway Region YMCA Roger Wigginton, Don Rodgers, Ltd.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Chairman Mark Kern, St. Clair County Christine Spargur, Scott Air Force Base

CHAMBER STAFF Wendy J. Pfeil, Executive Director wpfeil@bellevillechamber.org Beth Tucker, Office Manager btucker@bellevillechamber.org Landon Brooks, Marketing and Communications Manager lbrooks@bellevillechamber.org Peggy Schifferdecker, Membership/Event Manager pschifferdecker@bellevillechamber.org Alicia Slocomb, Main Street Manager bms@bellevillechamber.org Cathleen Lindauer, Director, Belleville Tourism clindauer@bellevillechamber.org Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce 216 East A Street, Belleville,IL 62220 Phone: (618) 233-2015 Fax: (618) 233-2077 www.bellevillechamber.org

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Friends:

Associated Bank Auffenberg Belleville Commerce Bank Eckert’s Country Store and Farms Gonzalez Companies, LLC Grey Eagle Distributors Korte & Luitjohan Regions Bank Scott Credit Union Southwestern Illinois College TerraSourceGlobal TheBANK of Edwardsville The ROHO Group U.S. Bank

Alliance:

Abbott EMS Allsup, Inc Apartment Community of Our Lady of the Snows Bank of Belleville Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative BMO Harris Bank BOS Metro East Banking Center Breakthru Beverage Group Casino Queen Century Brass Works Chelar Tool and Die CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP Cooling Concepts ELB Enterprises, Inc. Empire Comfort Systems FCB Bank First Bank FKG Oil Company Four Fountains Convalescent Center Hilton Garden Inn & Regency Conference Center Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP Holland Construction Services International Paper Lewis Rice LLC Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. Memorial & St. Elizabeth’s Cancer Treatment Center McKendree University National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows NAACP, East St. Louis Branch North Bay Produce NovaChrome Prairie State Energy Campus Print Master Sam’s Club Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. Schmitt Chevrolet Strano & Associates The Home Depot UMB Bank Volkert, Inc. Walmart Willowcreek Rehab & Nursing Center

Shirley Bertelsmann, Community Member Sarah Biermann, King’s House Retreat Center Rebecca Boyer, Kaskaskia Engineering Group, LLC Justin Chapman, TheBANK of Edwardsville Terri Dambacher, CompuType IT Solutions Bob Dintelmann, Landscape Consultant RoseMarie Fitzgerald, Community Member Mary Jo Foerste, Community Member Cari Frick, Metro Lock and Security, Inc. Mona Friederich, Bank of Belleville Sharon Goff, Self-Employed Patty Gregory, Art on the Square Martha Holloway, The Apartment Community of the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows Dean Hardt, City of Belleville Dennis F. Korte, Sr., Belleville Township Supervisor Joyce Laux, Community Member Tracy McCollum, Standard Rule Promotions Dorothy Meyer, St. Clair County Mark Mueller, Mueller Furniture Al Orelt, Albert Orelt Allstate Agency Lisa Phillipson, Hospice of Southern Illinois Joy Prigge, Dieterich Bank Mary Reuter, Lindenwood University - Belleville Leslie Schmidt, Abbott EMS Loretta Stammer, Community Member Brandy Steely, BND Anne Thomure, Memorial Hospital Jack Weck, Community Member Sheri Welch, Independent Insurance Agent Susan Wobbe, St. Clair County John Wunderlich, Egyptian Business Furniture

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Chamber Happenings Total Resource Campaign (TRC) to Kick-off in February The Chamber will kick off its third annual Total Resource Campaign (TRC) in February. The Campaign is a six week revenue generating effort made up of Chamber member volunteers led by the Campaign Chair, Tracy McCollum. The Chamber’s goal is to raise $175,000 in sponsorship dollars and new memberships by the end of March. Chamber members volunteer to take part in this team effort to market sponsorships to Chamber events and publications, while seeking new members for the Chamber. Volunteers have the opportunity to take part in weekly lunches, take home cash prizes, trips and more. This Total Resource Campaign gives members an opportunity to extend their network. Last year’s campaign, “Work like a Captain, Play like a Pirate” was a huge success, generating over $150,000 in revenue. The Chamber is excited to kick off TRC 2017. For more information about the TRC Campaign or to get involved in this year’s effort, contact the Chamber at (618) 233-2015.

February 2017

Upcoming Chamber Events 2/1 2/2 2/2 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/21 2/21 2/22 2/23

SCORE Meeting Ambassadors Meeting Business After Hours with The EDGE Ribbon Cutting with Olive Oil Marketplace Education Committee Meeting Healthcare & CSA Committee Meeting PR/Marketing Committee Meeting Coffee Cup Connections with Regions Bank Government Affairs Committee Meeting Ladies’ Night Out Leadership Belleville Government Day Economic Development Committee Meeting INforM Committee Meeting Leadership Belleville Committe Meeting Lunch & Learn at Crehan’s Irish Pub

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“Advancing Business. Supporting Community.”

Thank You

The businesses and organizations below renewed their investment with the Chamber in December...

Ameri-Can Portables

Kerber, Eck & Braeckel, L.L.P.

BarberMurphy Group, Inc.

Kopis Law Office

Belle-Clair Soccer League

Kunkel Commercial Group, Inc.

Blanquart Jewelers, Inc.

LINC, Inc.

Bridgeman Insurance Agency

Marcos On Main/Marcos Express

Commercial Door & Hardware

McKendree University

Crystal & Spice Shoppe

Mid-America Imaging

Don Rodgers, Ltd

Newbold Toyota BMW

Edward Jones - Thomas Egan

North Bay Produce

Gerold Moving & Warehousing

Sam’s Club

Grand Rental Stations

Schaefer Autobody Centers

Grappa Growlers

SCORE of Southwesten Illinois

J.P. Griffard & Associates, Inc.

St. Clair Service Company

Jacob Family Enterprises, Inc.

Town Hall Sports, Inc.

Jim D. Keehner, Ltd.

VITAS Healthcare

Johnson & Johnson Attorneys at Law

Webster University - SAFB

Upcoming Business After Hours February 2 The EDGE March 2 Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. April 6 The Weingarten May 4 Albert Orelt Allstate Agency June 1 Precision Practice Management July 6 Memorial Hospital August 3 Bel-Air Bowl September 7 Healthcare Committee

Kelso Auto & RV Collision Center

Upcoming Coffee Cup Connections Tuesday, February 9th | 8:15am Hosted by: Regions Bank | 4800 W. Main St. | Belleville Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn about other member businesses! Click here to register Page 4

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“Advancing Business. Supporting Community.”

Welcome

#1 In the Nation Again!

The businesses and organizations below joined the Chamber in December... Balance Coffee & Tea 732 S. Illinois St. | Belleville (206) 251-4873 balancecoffeeandtea.com General Sherman’s Hot Dog Truck At a location near you! (314) 609-5024

Congratulations, Art on the Square!

McDonald’s – Burris Management, Inc. 7301 Westfield Plaza Dr. | 125 S. Belt East 4422 W Main St. (618) 939-1310 mcdonalds.com

2017 Dates: May 19-21

Our focus is to protect your life’s journey Protecting your lifelong assets and providing security for your legacy is a crucial part of every business owners’ well-being. When you turn to an MM&R estate planning attorney, you know you have the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals on your side. Whether you have a family member with special needs, require assistance in transitioning your family business to the next generation or seek to minimize the potential tax burden to your heirs, we are dedicated to developing and implementing an effective and comprehensive estate plan which provides you with comfort and assurance. MM&R has proven experience in the administration of every aspect of estate planning, including: • • • • •

Wills Trusts Charitable gift planning Estate tax planning Post-mortem estate planning

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Business succession planning Buy-sell agreements Guardianships Gift planning Probate administration

• Probate litigation • Special needs trusts for disabled beneficiaries

Shareholders Patrick B. Mathis George E. Marifian Kevin J. Richter Mark J. Stegman Mark S. Schuver Gregory W. Coffey William J. Niehoff Kelli E. Madigan Bradley W. Small Mary E. Lopinot Deanna L. Litzenburg Philip D. Speicher Laura E. Schrick Sandra J. Tatoian Beth K. Flowers Associates Natalie T. Lorenz Rebecca K. Wohltman Colin C. Clark Joseph R. Harvath Melissa C. Meirink Katharine A. Keefe Of Counsel Charles M. Lock Barry D. Dix

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Business After Hours Sponsor:

Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. hosted Business After Hours on January 12th, 2016 at their Belleville office. Chamber member’s enjoyed the company’s generous hospitality. Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. is comprised of approximately 150 attorneys in St. Louis, Chicago and Belleville, who bring practice skills and experience to support business operations across a full range of legal needs.

Cheryl Brunsman, PSOP Susan Wobbe, St. Clair Co. Office on Aging Dorothy Meyer, St. Clair Co.

Their first priority is to listen to their clients to ensure complete understanding of the complexity of their legal issues and business goals. By focusing their advice and counsel on specific needs, they offer solutions that make business sense. Greensfelder’s expertise lies in recognizing the intricacies of their clients’ legal and business issues. This ensures each client receives legal advice and counsel specific to each one’s needs. They focus on individual circumstances, culture and business objectives. The result is a uniquely tailored and comprehensive array of options for resolving any business or legal problem. ............................................................................................................... To learn more about Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., visit:

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Jessica Orelt, Albert Orelt Allstate Agency Angela Grossmann-Roewe, St. Clair Co. Board of Review Terri Dambacher, CompuType IT Solutions

Upcoming Business After Hours Thursday, Feb. 2 | 5 - 7PM The EDGE 701 S. Belt W. | Belleville Sponsor: Alexa Callahan, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. Cherie MacDonald, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.

Skip Kernan, St. Clair Co. Road Commissioner Dean Hardt, City of Belleville Treasurer

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Ribbon Cuttings

Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings McDonald’s | Jan. 19th

125 South Belt East | Belleville

Jefferson’s Restaurant | Jan. 27th 6980 West Main Street | Belleville

Olive Oil Marketplace

Feb. 3rd | 4:00pm 18 East. Main St. | Belleville

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Celebrating a new business opening, anniversary or remodel? Celebrate with a Ribbon Cutting! Contact Peggy Schifferdecker, Membership/Event Manager, for more information. Email pschifferdecker@bellevillechamber.org or call the Chamber Office at (618) 233-2015.

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2016 Business Excellence Award Winners

Sarah Lanxon of Eckert’s, Inc presenting award to SCORE of Southwestern Illinois’ Herb Roach and John Vitale

Mike McManus of Memorial Hospital presenting award to Wendy Pfeil on behalf of Peace by Piece Co.

Ambassador of the Year

Citizen of the Year

Kevin Richter, Chamber President, presenting award to Justin Chapman of TheBANK of Edwardsville

Kevin Richter, Chamber President, presenting award to Gloria Crowder, 17th Street Neighborhood Association

Leadership Belleville

Alumni of the Year

Kevin Richter, Chamber President, presenting award to Leigh Sindelar, Hospice of Southern Illinois

Congratulations to the 2016 award recipients and a big thank you to all of our sponsors. Special thanks to: Impact Strategies, Silent Auction Sponsor; Eckert’s, Inc., Business Excellence Award Sponsor; Memorial Hospital, Business Excellence Award Sponsor For more pictures from the event, visit Facebook.com/GreaterBellevilleChamber

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Committee News

Belle-Scott Committee to Host 67th Annual Enlisted Dinner March 9th The Belle-Scott Committee will host the 67th Annual Enlisted dinner on Thursday, March 9th at St. Clair Country Club. Tickets are $100 (Ticket price includes the cost of sponsoring an enlisted service member).

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Education Committee Plans 2017 Back to School Fun Fair

The Education Committee hopes to provide up to 1,000 backpacks for our school aged children. Sponsorships are essential to the success of the event and participation levels vary. For more information, contact Beth Tucker at (618) 233-2015 or btucker@bellevillechamber.org.

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Healthcare/Community Service Agencies Committee to collect items for Emergency Hygiene Kits Feb. 9 - Mar. 9 Suggested Items: Tooth brushes, Tooth paste, Shampoo, Body Wash, Bar Soap, Kleenex, Deodorant, Lotion, Wipes, Lip Balm, etc. Items must fit in a quart sized plastic bag. Collection sites: TBA Distribution sites: HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital | Memorial Hospital | Belleville Fire Department For more information, contact Carla Boswell at carla.boswell@swic.edu or Tamara Foote at tfoote@agesmart.org

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Healthcare/Community Service Agencies Committee to Award Scholarships To qualify, applicants must be a graduating Belleville high school senior that is a resident of St. Clair County who will be attending an Illinois or Missouri institution, including a community college or four-year university. Applications are available in guidance counselors offices. For more information, contact Lisa Phillipson at lphillipson@hospice.org.

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Leadership Belleville Leadership Belleville Healthcare, Aging and Community Services Day The Leadership Belleville Class participated in Healthcare, Aging and Community Services day on Friday, January 20th, 2017. The day began at Memorial Hospital East with a continental breakfast and a welcome by Mike McManus, COO of Memorial Hospital. Ruth Holmes, Administrator, Memorial Hospital East, and Mark Turner, President and CEO of Memorial Hospital, also addressed the class before taking a tour of the hospital’s Family Care & Birthing Center. Next, the class traveled to St. Paul’s Senior Community, where they had lunch and were given an introduction to the facility by Brett Grimes, Community Outreach Coordinator. After lunch, the class traveled to PSOP (Programs and Services for Older Persons). Cheryl Brunsman, Executive Director of PSOP, and Joe Paeth, CEO of AgeSmart Community Resources, greeted the glass before Dayna Stock, Vice President, Regions and Special Initiatives, United Way of Greater St. Louis talked to the class about community service. Then, the Chamber’s Healthcare/Community Services Agencies Committee organized a “Quest for Services” activity, which taught the class about the various health and community service resources in the Greater Belleville Area. Kelly Hunt, HeathNow Publishing, and the BND’s “Your Health” magazine also talked to the class about their publications. The day concluded with training from Vertical Performance.

Next Leadership Belleville Day: February 17 Government Day

The Leadership Belleville Class at Memorial Hospital East.

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The Leadership Belleville Class at Memorial Hospital East.


Spotlight on Education Governor French Academy, founded in 1983, is a coeducational college-preparatory school for students in Kindergarten Preparatory through grade 12. Located in Belleville, IL, the school has crafted their curriculum with a focus on their mission: to successfully prepare students for college.

Governor French Facts: The school has 170 students, grades K-12. The 2017 graduating class has already received over $1.1 million in scholarship offers. Governor French Graduates have a 100% college acceptance rate. The average ACT score received by the 2017 graduating class: Top 10% - 35 Top 20% - 31.5 Top 30% - 29.7 Governor French’s K-8 students, on average, consistently score at least 2 grade levels above their current grade level. Non-Discriminatory Policy: Governor French Academy accepts students regardless of race, creed, or national origin. Average Class Size: 11-17 students per instructional class Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:8

Governor French Academy invites interested families to visit their website at www.GovernorFrench.com or call (618) 233-7542 to schedule a campus visit. The Chamber Connection

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CARING TOGETHER

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NATIONALLY Memorial has the exceptional physicians and caring employees you know and trust right here in the Metro East. And they’re backed by BJC HealthCare’s renowned services and technology. Together, we’re making connections to bring outstanding care to our patients in the communities we serve.

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Chamber Member Update MEMORIAL REGIONAL HEALTH SERVICES PRESIDENT MARK TURNER NAMED TO ILLINOIS HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES (Belleville, Illinois) Mark J. Turner, Memorial Regional Health Services (MRHS) president has been re-elected to a threeyear term on the Illinois Health and Hospital Association’s (IHA’s) 2017 Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees is the policymaking body for the Association, which represents more than 200 hospitals and nearly 50 health systems across Illinois. “It is an honor for me to serve on this board,” said Turner. “I look forward to continued collaboration with other healthcare professionals throughout the State to help guide our industry through the next several years.” As MRHS president, he also serves as the president of 216-bed Memorial Hospital Belleville, president of 94-bed Memorial Hospital East, as well as president of Memorial Medical Group, Memorial Foundation and the Memorial Captive Insurance Company. Turner served as president and CEO of Memorial Group from 2006 through 2015. He joined Memorial in 2004 as the Chief Operating Officer of Memorial Hospital. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

SWIC TO HOST SOULFUL SUNDAY SOIREE

In honor of Black History Month, Southwestern Illinois College invites you to enjoy an afternoon of live music, great food and more atits Soulful Sunday Soiree. The event will take place Sunday, Feb. 12 from 3-6 p.m. At the Schmidt Art Center on the SWIC Belleville Campus, 2500 Carlyle Ave. Guests will enjoy live entertainment provided by Press Play, a full dinner buffet and dessert demonstrations. Tickets to the event are $25 per person and can be purchased through the SWIC College Activities department.The event is sponsored by the SWIC Diversity & Inclusion Committee. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 618-2352700, ext. 5205. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY-BELLEVILLE NAMES NEW FOOTBALL COACH

The Lindenwood University–Belleville Athletic Department and Athletic Director Ryan Kaiser are pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Turco as the Lynx Head Football Coach. “After a thorough review of the football program, and a significant and detailed search of 165 applicants, Kevin Turco is the right fit for this program,” stated Kaiser. “Kevin is a tireless worker and our student – athletes are going to be held accountable. He is going to celebrate accomplishments, while building better student – athletes.” Turco, a Troy, Ohio native, comes to Lindenwood – Belleville with nearly two decades worth of coaching experience. Most recently, Turco was the Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Line Coach at Urbana University since 2015. “I’m honored and humbled to be named the next Head Football Coach at Lindenwood University-Belleville,” said Turco. “Although nothing earned is easy, we’re going to build this program one day at a time, holding true to our core values.” Prior to Urbana, Turco spent four seasons at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. From 2011-13, Turco was the Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line Coach, and Recruiting Coordinator. In 2014, Turco was named the Offensive Coordinator and after week one of the season, the Interim Head Coach. Turco played an integral part in Northwestern Oklahoma State’s transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II. From 2006-2010, Turco was on the staff at Newberry College. In 2006, he served as the Defensive Line Coach. The following year, Turco moved to the offensive side of the ball and was named the Offensive Line Coach. Prior to Newberry, Turco was a Graduate Assistant Offensive Line Coach at East Carolina University from 2004-06 and a Quarterbacks and Special Teams Coach at the University of South Carolina in 2004. Turco worked under legendary Head Coach Lou Holtz at South Carolina. Turco is a graduate of Western New England University in Massachusetts, where he played for two years as quarterback and wide receiver. Upon graduation, Turco enlisted into the United States Marine Corps from 1995 through 2001. After an honorable discharge, Turco started his coaching career at his alma mater. Turco then spent three seasons at the University of St. Mary and one year at Saint Peter’s University. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES BREAKS GROUND ON NEW APARTMENT COMPLEX IN MAPLEWOOD, MISSOURI

Holland Construction Services, Inc. (Holland) recently began work on Sunnen Station Apartments in Maplewood, Missouri. This new $31.5 million apartment complex, being developed by the Sunnen Family, in conjunction with Cozad Commercial Real Estate, will be the first new apartment construction in the city of Maplewood in several years. The new four-story complex will contain 174 units comprised of studios, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments, featuring a variety of floor plans. The 186,402 square-foot facility will also feature a swimming pool, sun deck, barbeque patio, a sport court, and a gated parking lot. Forum Studio out of St. Louis, Missouri, is the architect on the project. Work on the new complex is scheduled to be complete December 2017.

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Chamber Member Update NEW MIDWIFE PROGRAM TO OFFER 24/7 CARE FOR MOMS-TO-BE AT HSHS ST. ELIZABETH’S HOSPITAL HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is proud to announce the expansion of services offered to birthing mothers in our region with the addition of a Midwife Program, in collaboration with Heartland Women’s Healthcare. The midwives are now providing 24 hour a day, 7 days a-week coverage. A midwife program provides support to mothers-to-be and their family through several stages of childbirth. Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM) provide childbirth planning, prenatal care, pregnancy counseling, labor and delivery support, postpartum care and breastfeeding support. The Midwives are advance practice nurses that are Master’s prepared. “I am excited to partner with Heartland Women’s Health and look forward to the ongoing growth of the Midwife program at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. The added service is yet another step in our unrelenting pursuit of excellence and will be a huge benefit to mothers who choose to be close to home for their delivery,” notes President and CEO Peg Sebastian. “This is a great addition to our already excellent Mother Child services and will be further enhanced with the opening of our new facility in 2017.” Patients in the Midwife Program have access to HSHS St. Elizabeth’s midwives to answer questions, bring comfort, and if needed, to skillfully deliver a baby. They are available to provide an immediate evaluation if time is of the essence before the patient’s doctor comes in. Collaboration and consultations is ongoing between midwife, physician and hospital OB staff. The program also offers more immediate care for pregnant women in the program who are not in labor. If a mother is concerned about an issue, she can come to St. Elizabeth’s Mother Child Center anytime to see a midwife – even if it’s in the middle of the night. Any patient of Heartland Women’s Healthcare Center has immediate access to be seen by St. Elizabeth’s team of midwives anytime during their pregnancy. Patients of other physicians can also be seen, if their physician requests the midwife program. For additional information about midwife services, contact Desaree Lehr, Manager of Mother Child Center, at ext. 2545. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

HSHS ST. ELIZABETH’S HOSPITAL WELCOMES GARY HAGENS, DMD, AS CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER

Gary A. Hagens, DMD, has been named Chief Medical Officer at HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital as announced recently by Peg Sebastian, the hospital’s President and CEO. He will assume the roll effective immediately. Dr. Hagens recently served as Regional Chief Medical Officer and Regional Chief Operating Officer for the Mercy Health-Springfield Region at both Springfield Regional Medical Center and Mercy Memorial Hospital. Both are operated by Community Mercy Health Partners (CMPH). Prior to joining CMPH Dr. Hagens was employed at Advocate BroMenn Healthcare, Normal, Ill., where he served as the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Medical Management. “Dr. Hagens brings a wealth of experience to the role of Chief Medical Officer with experience in improving quality outcomes, supporting growth strategy and ongoing physician engagement. I look forward to having him join our team as we continue on our journey of excellence,” notes Sebastian. Dr. Hagens completed his Doctor of Dental Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and completed his clinical training in Maxillofacial Surgery at Boston University. He also has an MBA from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP TO MEET FEB. 1 AT HSHS ST. ELIZABETH’S HOSPITAL

To serve our patients and the community, HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital offers a free stroke support group for stroke survivors and their families. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, February 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the Millennium Room of the hospital, located on the first floor of the Prairie Heart Institute Bldg., at 340 W. Lincoln Street, Belleville. The upcoming session’s topic is “Massage and Healing” and will be presented by Karen Hayden, a licensed Massage Therapist from Concierge Massage and Healing, Inc. The goal the support group is to foster a better understanding of stroke recovery, rehabilitation and prevention of recurrent strokes while providing a way for stroke survivors to meet others with similar challenges. In addition, caregivers and family members of stroke patients are offered an open atmosphere for sharing and for supporting each other. Additional meetings during 2017 include April 5, June 7, August 2 and October 4. For more information, call Christy at 618-234-2120, ext. 1519.

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Chamber Member Update HSHS ST. ELIZABETH’S HOSPITAL TO HOST “HEALTHY HEARTS” EVENT, FEBRUARY 18 On Saturday, February 18, HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in partnership with HSHS Southern Division Hospitals, HSHS Home Care/Hospice Southern Illinois, Prairie Heart Institute and Athletes Advantage, will host a HEALTHY HEARTS EVENT. The event will take place from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at St. Clair Square’s Center Court, next to the sponsored play area on the lower level. As February is National Heart Health Awareness month, the event will include information on preventative heart health, cardiac services and support with special feature presentations by a Prairie Heart Institute Cardiologist and Sonya Jones, a finalist from the NBC show “The Biggest Loser.” The event will also offer free glucose, cholesterol (requires fasting), blood pressure and height, weight and body fat screenings, and nutrition information. Guests will then be able to learn about their personal Heart Risk Assessment Score using the screening values collected and talk to clinicians about ways to improve their health. Additional event features include: • hands only CPR information and demonstrations • employment information for HSHS Southern Illinois Hospitals • information about HSHS Home Care/Hospice and HSHS Medical Group, and • the latest information about St. Elizabeth’s Replacement Hospital. The schedule of activities is as follows: • 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free health screenings open; education and information tables • 12:00 – 12:15 p.m. Prairie Heart Institute Cardiologist presentation • 12:15 - 12:30 p.m. Start living “Heart Healthy” presentation by Sonya Jones • 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Free health screenings open; education and information tables .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

Share your news with Chamber Members! Send press releases to Landon at Lbrooks@bellevillechamber.org

FEBRUARY IS HEART HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH This FREE Heart Healthy event will include: •

Heart health information presented by HSHS Southern Division Hospitals, HSHS Home Care/Hospice Southern Illinois and Prairie Heart Institute

Special feature presentations

Hands-only CPR demonstrations

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Chamber Member Update MEMORIAL NETWORK IS HOSTING VARIOUS HEART HEALTH PROGRAMS IN FEBRUARY TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND REDUCE THE RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR ILLNESS Programs such as Chair Yoga for stress management, Zumbathon for physical activity, Cardiovascular Screenings to assess artery blockages, CPR classes and a Cardiac Risk Fair will be held at various locations within the Memorial Network. Fitness Assessments and various level Cardiac Rehabilitation programs are available and on-going. For more information or to register visit www.mymemorialnetwork.com/events or call 618-257-5649. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY NOW ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR BOOK BAZAAR Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is now collecting donations for the annual Book Bazaar. Books, sheet music, vintage magazines (prior to 1945), phonograph records, cookbooks, yearbooks, CDs, movie videos and DVDs are now being accepted. Donations may be placed in Book Bazaar barrels at one of the following locations until April 13: Belleville Health and Sports Center 1001 South 74th Street, Belleville Memorial Hospital Main Lobby, Entrance D The Orthopedic and Neurosciences Center

Schnucks Markets 907 East Highway 50, O’Fallon, IL 5720 North Belt West, Belleville 110 Carlyle Plaza Drive, Belleville 2665 North Illinois Street, Swansea

Shop and Save 4201 North Belt West, Belleville

Seven Hills - Family Physicians 310 Seven Hills Road, O’Fallon, IL

YMCA 2627 Carlyle Avenue, Belleville 284 North Seven Hills Road, O’Fallon, IL

St. Paul United Church of Christ 115 West B Street, Belleville

For more information for questions about the Book Bazaar, please contact Memorial Hospital Auxiliary at (618) 257-5545 or email auxiliary@memhosp.com. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EAST DESIGNATED AS ACUTE STROKE READY HOSPITAL Memorial Hospital East has been designated as an Acute Stroke Ready Hospital by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). Memorial Hospital Belleville received this designation in April 2016. According to the Illinois Hospital Association, Illinois was one of the first states to incorporate this level of stroke center into its law. Acute Stroke Ready Hospitals (ASRHs) are hospitals that diagnose, treat and transport acute stroke patients to a higher level of care as warranted. The designation will require annual review by IDPH, to confirm compliance. “This designation places Memorial East on a registry for Emergency Medical Services providers to direct stroke patients to us for care,” said Gwen Riley, BSN, RN-BC, Memorial’s stroke coordinator. “Because the treatment of stroke is so time sensitive, it is important that patients be brought to facilities that can provide CT scan services and laboratory studies in a timely manner. Additionally, we are able to administer tPA, a clot busting drug used to treat stroke patients.” For more information about this designation, please visit http://dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/emergencypreparedness-response/ems/stroke-program. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT: THE RACIAL DIVIDE IN THE UNITED STATES REVISITED The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, Ill., is presenting a program on The Catholic Church and the Black Lives Matter Movement: The Racial Divide in the United States Revisited, an Address by His Excellency, The Most Reverend Edward K. Braxton, Ph.D., S.T.D. Bishop of Belleville, Illinois, Saturday, February 25, 2017, at 2 p.m. in the Edwin J. Guild Center. His Excellency, Bishop Braxton, who is one of only six African-American diocesan bishops, acknowledges that the Catholic Church cannot embrace many of the positions held by the Blacks Lives Matter Movement. Nevertheless, he believes that Catholics, black and white, would benefit from knowing more about this significant social movement and seek to understand its implications for the Church and society. The bishop reminds his readers to place their hope in the Gospel which calls us all to conversion, a deep, ongoing personal and social transformation. This transformation, which has the power to change the hearts of men and women of all backgrounds, can enable them to play their part in renewing and transforming the Church and the human community. Fee: Free Will Offering. Pre-registration is required. Information and registration at snows.org/program or contact the Shrine at 618-397-6700 ext. 6270, or 314-241-3400 ext. 6270.

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Schmidt Art Center to feature SWIC faculty art show The William and Florence Schmidt Art Center kicks off its 2017 schedule with an exhibition featuring the works of Southwestern Illinois College art faculty. The SWIC Art Faculty exhibition opened Thursday, Jan. 19 with a 4:30-7 p.m. reception at the center, located on the SWIC Belleville Campus, 2500 Carlyle Ave. The final day to enjoy the exhibition will be Thursday, Feb. 23. Sculptures, ceramics, paintings, photographs, mixed media pieces and digital images by faculty members Paula Haniszewski, Don Bevirt, Wayne Shaw, Todd May, Shawn Niebruegge, Dawn Blum, Nancy Friederich, Cory Sellers, Albert Yowshien Kuo and Emily Dunlap make up the show. “This is a favorite show for us as we have an opportunity to showcase the high quality works of artists who are not only colleagues and teachers, but also very talented artists in their own right,” said Curator and Facility Coordinator Nicole Dutton. “They are all regionally, nationally or internationally known artists who share their incredible talents with artists of tomorrow.” For more information, call 618-222-5ART (5278), or visit swic.edu/theschmidt. .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

IMPACT Strategies Completes Peoria Retail Center with Flagship Schnucks Store

Construction-management firm IMPACT Strategies today announced it has finalized construction of the Knoxville Crossing Retail Center in Peoria, Illinois. The center is anchored by a 70,000-square-foot Schnucks store featuring a new flagship format that includes an in-store dining option and newly updated exterior and interior designs. Schnucks Knoxville Crossing, located at 10405 N. Centerway Drive, is the grocer’s first store in Peoria to offer in-store dining. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner, and sells beer and wine by the drink. It is one of only two Schnucks restaurant locations in Peoria. IMPACT Strategies collaborated with BRR Architecture, Inc., in Merriam, Kansas on the project. The store was constructed of a contemporary mix of concrete, brick, and glass while maintaining the legendary brand for the Schnucks family of stores – with many amenities for convenience and service to its growing customer base. Mark Hinrichs, president of IMPACT Strategies, said, “We have had a very positive and long-standing relationship with Schnucks, and we were pleased to have helped them with this milestone project.”

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Chamber Member Update ELIZABETH GOVERO NAMED CHIEF NURSING OFFICER AT HSHS ST. ELIZABETH’S HOSPITAL Elizabeth (Beth) Govero, RN, MSN, CMSRN, has been named Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital as announced recently by Peg Sebastian, the hospital’s President and CEO. Her transition date will be Monday, December 19, 2016. Govero most recently served as Chief Nursing Officer at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital-Highland for the past two years. “I had the privilege of working with Beth at HSHS St. Joseph’s in Highland and was able to see the tremendous strides in clinical care practice and patient satisfaction that she brought forth,” noted Sebastian. “Bringing these skills to HSHS St. Elizabeth’s will greatly benefit the team, as well as support our entire Southern Illinois Division. We are very proud to know we have such great talent at our hospitals, and are able to recognize Beth for her hard work and achievements.” As a proficient leader, Govero has successfully led patient care services, and improved staffing initiatives and colleague engagement. During her tenure, St. Joseph’s Highland was recognized as one of only five hospitals statewide during the Illinois Hospital Association Institute for Innovations in Care and Quality’s 2015 and 2016 Quality Excellence Achievement Awards, as well as being named a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital by the National Rural Health Association. Additionally, the hospital received Press Ganey’s Guardian of Excellence Award for Physician Engagement in 2015, the Guardian of Excellence Award for Clinical Quality Care in 2016 and exhibited great improvement in patient satisfaction scores while under Govero’s leadership. Beth also provided leadership as Interim President and CEO at St. Joseph’s Highland for nine months prior to John Ludwig’s arrival. In addition to serving as CNO at St. Joseph’s Highland, she previously served as the Director of Nursing Operations at St. Elizabeth’s, Nurse Director for Surgery Services with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and adjunct faculty at the Goldfarb School of Nursing in St. Louis. She holds a Master of Science in Healthcare and Nursing Administration and is a Certified Medical-Surgical Nurse. She is Lean Six Sigma Certified and is a Doctoral candidate at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. “I look forward to returning to St. Elizabeth’s to continue to grow the high quality care and exceptional patient experiences we provide every day. It is a very exciting time for our hospital and the communities we serve. I am proud to have the opportunity to use my clinical expertise and experience to lead this committed team on our journey of excellence,” Govero said. Govero and her husband Chris reside in Aviston, IL, with their three children.

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What’s Happening in February Wednesday | Feb. 1 Big Muddy Tap Takeover | 5:00pm Grappa Growlers | Belleville 618-234-9463

Friday & Saturday | Feb. 10 & 11 Largest Yard Sale | Times Vary Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville 618-235-0666

Thursday | Feb. 2 Racial Harmony Presents: Community Wellness Citizenship, Part 2 Lindenwood University-Belleville 618-234-0508

Friday | Feb. 10 Spaghetti Night | 4:00pm Grappa Growlers | Belleville 618-234-9463

Friday | Feb. 3 Belleville Parks and Rec. Dodegeball Night | 5:30pm Nichols Community Center | Belleville 618-277-9785 Jazz Night | 7:30pm The Abbey | Belleville 618-277-8373 Saturday | Feb. 4 Honey Brunch | 8:00am Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513 Zion Lutheran School Family Matters | 9:00am St. Louis Zoo 618-234-0275 Murder Mystery Dinner | 5:30pm Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513 Sunday | Feb. 5 Memorial Hospital Zumbathon to Support the American Heart Association | 2:00pm Belleville Health and Sports Center 618-398-2778 Tuesday | Feb. 7 Around the Fountain: A Belleville CEO Experience | 4:00pm Scottish Rite Banquet Hall | Belleville

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Saturday | Feb. 11 Daddy-Daughter Dinner | 5:30pm Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513

Saturday | Feb. 25 The Catholic Church and the Black Lives Matter Movement: The Racial Divide in the United States Revisited | 2:00pm The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows | Belleville 618-397-6700 Belleville East Lancers Athletic Booster Club Trivia Night & Silent Auction | 6:00pm Bel-Air Bowl | Belleville 618-222-3770

Every Thursday in February CARITAS Family Solutions Rib Mania | All Day Heart & Soul Gala | 6:00pm Four Points by Sheraton | Fairview Heights Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513 Sunday | Feb. 12 Every Friday in February Auto Swap Meet | 6:00am Chili’s Give Back program: Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville Bring in this voucher (click to print) and 618-235-0666 15% of your pre-tax purchase will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Thursday | Feb. 16 Illinois! See voucher for details. Ladies’ Night Out | 5:00pm Downtown Belleville 618-233-2015 Saturday & Sunday | Feb. 18 & 19 Belleville Flea Market | 9:00am Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville 618-235-0666 Saturday | Feb. 18 Murder Mystery Dinner | 5:30pm Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513 Wednesday | Feb. 22 Lunch & Learn: All Things Italian | 12:00pm Eckert’s, Inc. | Belleville 618-233-0513 Friday – Sunday | Feb. 24 – 26 RV & Camper Show | Times Vary Belle-Clair Fairgrounds | Belleville 618-235-0666

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Join us for our Superhero Themed Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Not all heros wear capes, will you be a hero for our kids? Bowling Dates and Locations: Saturday, March 4th - 1pm and 3pm at St. Clair Bowl (Battle of the Banks) Saturday, March 11th - 3pm at St. Clair Bowl Friday, March 24th - 7pm at St. Clair Bowl Saturday, April 1st - 1pm at St. Clair Bowl (Ameren Family and Friends) Saturday, April 8th - 3pm at St. Clair Bowl (Battle of the High Schools) Saturday, April 22nd - 1pm at Bowl Haven (Alton, IL) Tuesday, April 25th - 7pm at Edison's (Edwardsville, IL) Cops for Kids- Saturday, April 29th - 7pm at Camelot Bowl (Collinsville, IL)

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January 2016


Join Us For Our 43rd

Concert Season 2016-2017

Steve Jankowski

The Masterworks Chorale, Children’s Choruses and Jazz Ensemble Broadway Pops! Dinner Theater with Emcee Steve Jankowski of 88.7 The Sound March 3 • 6 p.m. doors open Bellecourt Manor, Belleville Tickets: $50 Please call (618) 304-9094 to make your reservations!

www.singmasterworks.org • 618-304-9094

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