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November 2015

Sharon Goff Receives Commitment to Community Award The Ambassador Club of the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to honor Sharon Goff with the December 2017 Commitment to Community Award. Sharon Goff is a dedicated volunteer who shows all of us that perseverance really can make a difference in a community. She volunteers and supports organizations that she is truly passionate about and does not expect any recognition for her endless hours of service.

Joy Prigge, Ambassador Chair and Wendy Pfeil, Chamber Executive present the Commitment to Community Award to Sharon Goff

Sharon has been an Ambassador for the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce since 1990 and has been the driving force every December for the collection of school supplies and secret Santa items that are donated to Belleville School District #118. She also makes it a top priority to attend as many ribbon cuttings as possible to lend support to businesses just opening or those that are celebrating an anniversary. Sharon feels it is important to let them know that the community is behind them.

She also volunteers at almost every Chamber event including, Business After Hours, Ale Fest and Chili Cook-off. The Chamber knows that if they are ever looking for help, they can always call Sharon and if she’s available she will graciously give her time. Sharon is not only involved with the Chamber but also serves on a variety of other community committees. Since 1998 she has volunteered on the Belleville Illinois Tourism committee. Because of her dedication to Belleville Tourism, she often is called on to volunteer to help greet the many tour buses or groups that visit Belleville. This may mean a tour of the Cathedral of St. Peter, the historic districts, or shopping downtown. More recently she has volunteered to help with the 9/11 Memorial Walkway of Southern Illinois. She assisted them with donating funds for transportation of the Steel Beam from the World Trade Centers. The beam is now on display at the 9/11 Memorial Walkway. Some of Sharon’s other volunteer work includes Belleville Interfaith Food pantry where she stocks food every Monday. Then she heads to the Shelter Shop where you can find her every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday assisting them in whatever task needs to be completed. She also takes time every May to volunteer at Art on the Square in the City of Belleville Tourism booth. Belleville has always prided itself on the volunteer spirit of the community and Sharon exemplifies this spirit. She is always willing to lend a helping hand where needed. She has not let retirement slow her down.


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Dr. Jeff Dosier, President Belleville Township High School District #201


Memorial Regional Health Services, Inc.


HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital

Melissa Mason, 1st Vice President Belleville News-Democrat


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Edmond Brown, 2nd Vice President ELB Enterprises, Inc.


Ameren AT&T Belleville News-Democrat Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.


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


Abbott EMS Allsup, Inc Apartment Community of Our Lady of the Snows Balke Brown Transwestern Bank of America Bank of Belleville Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative BOS Metro East Banking Center Brown & Crouppen 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 Flooring Systems, Inc. Hilton Garden Inn & Regency Conference Center Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP Holland Construction Services International Paper Jack Schmitt Chevrolet Lewis Rice LLC Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd. McDonald’s - Burris Management, Inc. 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 Print Master Sam’s Club Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard P.C. Strano & Associates UMB Bank Volkert, Inc. Walmart Willowcreek Rehab & Nursing Center

Mike McManus, President Elect Memorial Regional Health Services, Inc.

Kevin Richter, Immediate Past President Mathis, Marifian & Richter, LTD

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. Brett Barger, Lindenwood University-Belleville Ryan Boike, Belleville School District #118 Dr. Mark Eichenlaub, Southwestern Illinois College Pat Hill, Allsup, Inc. Jerril Jones, Center for Racial Harmony Jared Katt, Chelar Tool & Die, Inc. Mary C. Lamie, Bi-State Development Carol Haffner-Meyer, Beacon Ministry David Nosacka, Hospital Sisters Health System Justin Price, CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP John Reichert, In-Focus Marketing Bill Rickher, Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc Scott Schanuel, Holland Construction Services Ron Stephens, Bank of Belleville Kevin Vick, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. Emily Vosse, Beno J. Gundlach Co. Ben Wanless, Commerce Bank Joseph Weissert, Ameren Illinois Will Welsh Roger Wigginton, Don Rodgers, Ltd.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Chairman Mark Kern, St. Clair County Christine Spargur, Scott Air Force Base Mayor Mark Eckert, City of Belleville

CHAMBER STAFF Wendy J. Pfeil, Executive Director Beth Tucker, Office Manager Peggy Schifferdecker, Membership/Event Manager Alicia Slocomb, Main Street Manager Cathleen Lindauer, Director, Belleville Tourism Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce 216 East A Street, Belleville,IL 62220 Phone: (618) 233-2015 Fax: (618) 233-2077

AMBASSADORS Shirley Bertelsmann, Community Member Rebecca Boyer, Kaskaskia Engineering Group, LLC Justin Chapman, TheBANK of Edwardsville Lynne Clapp, Vertical Performance Terri Dambacher, CompuType IT Solutions Julie Fetters, Associated Bank RoseMarie Fitzgerald, Community Member Mary Jo Foerste, Community Member Cari Frick, Metro Lock and Security, Inc. 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., Community Member 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 Leslie Schmidt, Abbott EMS Loretta Stammer, Community Member Anne Thomure, Memorial Regional Health Services Jack Weck, Community Member Sheri Welch, Independent Insurance Agent Susan Wobbe, St. Clair County Office on Aging John Wunderlich, Egyptian Workspace Partners Sharon Zika, Scott Credit Union

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Upcoming Events The Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce invites your company to attend the

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& Silent Auction

Honoring the recipients of the Chamber’s 2017 Business Excellence Awards, Leadership Belleville Alumni Award, Ambassador of the Year Award & the Citizen of the Year Award. ............................................................................................

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Please RSVP with enclosed reply card & payment by January 19, 2018.

Call for Silent Auction Items

Donating items for our Annual Dinner’s Silent Auction is a great way to help us raise funds for next year’s programs. Our Silent Auction has always included a wide variety of items to bid on. Past years have included event and theater tickets, artwork, hotel and golf packages, gift baskets and gift cards to local businesses and restaurants. We greatly appreciate any and all donations to our Silent Auction. If you are able to donate an item for this year, please complete the donation form at the end of this newsletter. Our programs continue to be successful due to the generous support of our donors each year.

January 2018

Upcoming Chamber Events 1/4 1/4 1/8 1/9 1/11 1/12 1/12 1/15 1/16 1/16 1/16 1/18 1/19 1/21 1/24 1/24

Business After Hours at FCB Bank Ambassador Meeting at the Chamber PR/Marketing Committee Education Committee Meeting Healthcare & CSA Committee Meeting Coffee Cup Connections at Chiro-Med at the Chamber Ribbon Cutting - Mystic Vapes Chamber closed for Martin Luther King Day Board of Directors Meeting Economic Development Meeting INforM Committee Meeting Ladies Night Out Leadership Belleville Government Day Belleville Main Street Ladies Night Out Leadership Belleville Committee Meeting Ribbon Cutting - Carole Hiatt Designs

If you’re interested in getting involved with a committee, please call the Chamber at 618.233.2015



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“Advancing Business. Supporting Community.”

Welcome The following members joined the Chamber in November.. Collectors Corner 125 East Main Street Belleville, IL 62220

Pufalt-Pauley Insurance Agency, Inc. 315 North Illinois Street Belleville, IL 62220

Challenge Unlimited, Inc. 4 Emmie L. Kaus Lane Alton, IL 62002

SF3 LLC DBA 6200 Nagel Illinois 4 Sunnen Drive Suite 120 St. Louis, MO 63143

The Strike Zone 48 B Empire Belleville, IL 62220

November Renewals The following members renewed their investment with the Chamber in November... Advantage Family Chiropractic Avenue Realty Associates Bank of Belleville BarberMurphy Group, Inc. Barcom Security Beast Craft BBQ Blanquart Jewelers, Inc. Call for Help, Inc Center Stage Dance Apparel & Costume House CertaPro Painters Commercial Door & Hardware Services Compu-Type IT Solutions DeFrates Picture Eye Gallery Dieterich Bank Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Governor French Academy

Hair on Main/Classic Curl Hefner, Dahncke & Assoc Hicks & Spector, LLC Holland Constructions Services, Inc. Home Instead Senior Care InsideOut Thrift Ministry Kiwanis Club of Belleville Louer Facility Planning Inc. McDonald’s Burris Management Mid-America Imaging Center Oates Associates, Inc. Sigman Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. Sounds Alive Audio-Video St. Clair County Economic Development St. Clair County Health Department The Orchards Golf Course Vitas Innovative Hospice Walmart #201 Webster University, Scott AFB

Upcoming Business After Hours January 4 FCB Bank February 8 Belleville Township High School District #201 March 1 Memorial Hospital April 5 Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd May 3 BND June 7 St. Paul’s Senior Community July 5 Raymond James Financial August 2 Apartment Community at the Shrine September 6 Forks & Sticks/Seven October 11 Balke Brown Transwestern November 1 Associated Bank December 6 Breakthru Beverage

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Chamber Happenings Deadline Approaches for the 2017 Annual Report and Membership Directory Each year, the Chamber’s Annual Report features highlights of Chamber accomplishments and events. The annual report includes information from each of our committees and the many events we hold throughout the year. A Member Directory is included free of charge to our members. This member benefit lists every Chamber member, along with their address, phone number and website address. Please contact us if you have any changes to your business listing. In addition to your free listing in the Member Directory, you also have the opportunity to advertise in the publication. This is a great way to promote your services and products to other Chamber members as well as to the general public. This full color publication will be mailed to over 30,000 households in the Belleville area and will also be distributed at the 2018 Annual Dinner. Please contact the Chamber at or 618-233-2015 for more information or to place advertising.

Upcoming Coffee Cup Connections Tuesday, January 9 | 8:15am Hosted By: Chiro-med at the Chamber Office 4807 West Main Street | Belleville, IL Please RSVP by Monday, January 8

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On December 7th, Breakthru Beverage Group and The Callison Family hosted Business After Hours at Bellecourt Place. Over 120 Chamber members and guests enjoyed drinks, a wonderful buffet, and a gift bag to kick of the holiday season. Hamilton Callison spoke to the group about the local history of the Callison family and how they started in the beverage business. The Callison family has been in the metro east for over 120 years and has a strong sense of community spirit for the area.

Alex Effinger, Breakthru Beverage Group Matt Klosterman, Belleville School District 118 Oh, and Terri Dambacher, Computype IT Solutions

Breakthru Beverage Illinois is the state’s oldest and most established distributor. Formerly known as Wirtz Beverage Illinois, the company began operations out of a single warehouse in 1946, and has since grown to become a flagship distributor. Today, Breakthru Beverage Illinois reaches every corner of the state, utilizes the most innovative technology and employs the industry’s most knowledgeable sales force. Thank you to Breakthru Beverage Group & the Calllison Family for their hospitality at the December Business After Hours. ...........................................................................................................................

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Upcoming Business After Hours Thursday, Jan. 4 | 5-7PM FCB Banks 401 S. Illinois Street Belleville Sponsor:

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Guests enyoyed a delicious holiday buffet prepared by Bellecourt Place.

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Spotlight on Education | Signal Hill District #181 When you drive the busy streets of Belleville and then turn to travel down Signal Hill Place, there is a sense of tranquility. The quiet park and Signal Hill School are hugged by the cozy houses and the tall trees that surround it. There is feeling of coming home as I park in front of the school each day. Signal Hill feels like home. The benches outside and sidewalk leading to the front porch are welcoming and cozy. The porch is where our parents drop off their children each day, and it is where our teachers return the students to their parents each day after school. The front yard is a place of congregation and conversation each day for our parents and teachers. This feeling of home is felt by those who visit and our many Warriors who have attended at SHS.

Signal Hill School is nestled in tradition and family values. It boasts of being a walking school district— just one of a few schools left in Illinois who do not own vehicles. Without daily district transportation, we are blessed with the bustle of families crossing streets with our crossing guards and walking down sidewalks all around Signal Hill. It is still an amazing sight even after a year. Im appreciative of the lovable interaction of parents and children walking hand in hand , and the hugs from families as children separate to go into the school. It is undeniably a site that I have not witnessed in other districts. But the love doesn’t end there. At Signal Hill you can feel the warmth of the teachers, staff, and community reflect those family values in everything we do. This year is no different. Signal Hill School continues its love of tradition inside the brick and mortar building. After 50 years, we continue our annual 8th grade spring play and celebrate our Halloween parade down the block complete with SHFD leading the parade. Traditions like these bring the families out to celebrate the children and to enjoy each other’s company. Teachers sponsor programs like Girls on the Run and Boys on the Run, and STEaM and Wellness nights to keep our children active. They also initiate fun activities like the Teacher’s Trivia Night and Silent Auction and even create fun videos like Chat n’ Chill to support SHS. Selfless acts of helping others like doing a car wash fundraiser, raising dollars for Kelsey’s Hope to cure cancer, to collecting Secret Santa donations for those in need fill the Warrior hallways. Acknowledging those who do the Right Thing and modeling those character traits is a practice for all ages. Learning never stops at Signal Hill and the welcoming feeling you get when you arrive is earned each day by those who work and attend here. Im proud to be a Warrior because the heart they show each day makes a difference in all those who travel here.

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Leadership Belleville Education Day

On December 8, the 2017-2018 Leadership Belleville Class took part in Education Day. The day began at Lindenwood University with a panel discussion on the current issues affecting education. Participants included Nicole Barcinas, Governor French Academy; Dr. Brett Barger, Lindenwood University-Belleville; Dr. Mark Eichenlaub, Southwestern Illinois College; Dave Harris, Althoff Catholic High School; Matt Klosterman, Belleville Grade School Dist #118; Brian Mentzer, Belleville H.S. Dist. #201; Dana Miller, Menta Academy; and Susan Sarfaty, St. Clair Co. Regional Office of Education. Following the panel disccussion, the class traveled to Roosevelt Elementary School where they met with staff to discuss both the good things happening and the challenges faced by educators today. The class then took a step back to share a cafeteria lunch with Roosevelt students, always a highlight of the day. Al Wunderlich shared information about The Franklin Community Neighborhood Association. The day concluded with a Student Panel Discussion and tour of Belleville West High School.

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Chamber Happenings 2018 Annual Board Meeting

Front Row: Executive Committee Members Edmond Brown, ELB Enterprises, Melissa Mason, BND, Mike McManus, Memorial Regional Health Services, Dr. Jeff Dosier, Belleville H.S. District #201, Kevin Richter, Mathis Marifian & Richter, Ltd., Wendy Pfeil, Chamber. Back Row: Bill Rickher, Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc., David Nosacka, Hospital Sisters Health System, Carole HaffnerMeyer, Beacon Ministry, Jerril Jones, Racial Harmony. Jared Katt, Chelar Tool & Die, Inc., Justin Price, Clifton,Larson,Allen, Kevin Vick, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., Emily Vosse, Beno J. Gundlach Company, Roger Wigginton, Don Rodgers, Ltd., Ryan Boike, Belleville School District #118, John Reichert, InFocus Marketing, Scott Schanuel, Holland Construction Services, Inc., Dr. Brett Barger, Lindenwood University - Belleville

On Tuesday, December 19, the Chamber met to conduct it’s Annual Board Meeting. This meeting takes the place of the Chamber’s regular monthly Board of Directors meeting and is open for all Chamber members to attend. The Annual Meeting provided a forum for a wrap-up of the year by Kevin Richter, outgoing Board President and Wendy Pfeil, Chamber Executive Director. Incoming Chamber President Jeff Dosier was introduced to attendees. A compilation of the year’s events was provided by each of the Chamber member committees. In addition, new and returning returning Board members for the term 2018-2020 were elected. New members include Ryan Boike, Belleville School District #118; Carol Haffner-Meyer, Beacon Ministries; David Nosacka, Hospital Sisters Health System; Justin Price, CliftonLarsonAllen and Ron Stephens, Bank of Belleville. Returning for a another term are Jerril Jones, Racial Harmony and Ben Wanless, Commerce Bank.

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Chamber Member Update LINDENWOOD BELLEVILLE GRADUATE FINDS CAREER MAGIC AT DISNEY’S ESPN WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS Lindenwood University-Belleville graduate De’Marcus Terry impressed his supervisors so much during an internship at Walt Disney World near Orlando, Fla., that he’s been asked to stay on at the theme park on a permanent basis. Terry, after leaders of several departments at the giant amusement company engaged in a battle for his services when his internship ended, settled on a job as a competition coordinator at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports athletic complex. A May graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in marketing, Terry said he chose that job over the others offered because it closely lines up with his goal of forging a career in sports. He hopes someday to work at a school as an athletic department director. “This has been such a great experience, so much greater than I could have imagined,” said Terry, a Florida native, about the internship and the full-time job that followed. “This has truly been a blessing.” In all, Terry was approached about four different permanent positions at Disney before whittling the list down to two and then opting to take his current role. Brandi Copeland, a senior recruiter with Disney, wrote the graduate’s former Lindenwood academic advisor to say that Terry was “one of my favorite hires to date.” His supervisors credit Terry’s popularity as an employee to his thorough nature, gregarious personality and sharp leadership skills. He said Lindenwood Belleville helped him to develop those features and to be the best he can be. “I had a lot on my plate at Lindenwood,” said Terry. “In addition to playing football and being on the track team, I took part in every club and organization I could. There were so many opportunities there, the only time I wasn’t busy was when I was asleep. That experience taught me so much and exposed me to so many different things.” Terry’s role includes organizing sporting events, including tournaments for kids from youth leagues all the way through the college ranks. “I coordinate all kinds of events on the site,” Terry said. “I make sure when they get here that coaches and players get everything they need. It’s my job to make sure everything is taken care of to accommodate everyone the best we can.” .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

KORTE & LUITJOHAN WELCOMES ERIC KUES TO ITS STAFF Korte & Luitjohan would like to announce the addition of Eric Kues as a project manager. Eric has an extensive project background gained from over 17 years in the construction industry. His diverse experience includes new construction, additions and renovations in the commercial, industrial, educational and medical markets. Korte & Luitjohan looks forward to incorporating his experiences and knowledge into our existing and future projects so we can continue to meet and exceed our client’s expectations.. Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc. is a full-service, design-build, construction management, and general contracting firm based in Highland, Illinois. Since its founding in 1958, the company has provided quality construction throughout the Metro St. Louis area and Southern and Central Illinois. Korte & Luitjohan offers design-build, construction management, general contracting, and pre-construction services for commercial, healthcare, educational, religious, historical renovation, infrastructure, and industrial facilities. Korte and Luitjohan’s broad experience and skilled management allow us to provide a high degree of project control throughout the entire building process giving its clients first class building projects. For more information, please visit K&L’s website at At Korte & Luitjohan, we are “BUILDING A HIGHER STANDARD.” .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Chamber Member Update

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TWM WELCOMES KELLER AND HANSON TO TEAM Engineering and surveying firm Thouvenot, Wade & Moerchen, Inc. has hired two new employees. Michael Keller, S.I.T., joins as a Survey Crew Chief and Paul Hanson, C.F.M., will work as an Engineering Designer. Keller of Hillsboro, Ill., earned his bachelor’s degree in Construction Management with a specialization in Land Surveying from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He most recently worked for The Korte Company as a project engineer. Keller will work as part of the Swansea Geospatial team performing ALTA, boundary and topographic surveys, construction layout, and more for a variety of clients. Hanson of Glen Carbon, Ill., has nearly 20 years of experience in municipal, transportation and land development engineering. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Geography from Eastern Illinois University. Hanson will be based in the TWM Edwardsville office and his responsibilities will include concept planning, building layout, public presentations, improvements plans, roadway alignments, storm water management and more for clients in both the public and private sector. TWM is a 100% employee-owned firm providing civil, structural and railway engineering, land surveying and a full array of geospatial services. Celebrating 71 years in business, TWM serves clients locally and throughout the U.S. With a total of five locations in the greater St. Louis region, the firm was ranked the 7th Largest Engineering Firm in the metropolitan area by the St. Louis Business Journal in 2017.


IMPACT STRATEGIES CELEBRATES DICK’S SPORTING GOODS GRAND OPENING IMPACT Strategies recently completed another Dick’s Sporting Goods Store, this time in Fairview Heights, IL. IMPACT helped Dick’s convert a space formerly occupied by Sports Authority in the Fairview City Centre development into their customized themed floor plan. Dick’s Sporting Goods is now neighbor to previous IMPACT Strategies projects, including Fresh Thyme and HomeGoods. The interior build-out of approximately 42,000 square feet has been finished with the Dick’s Sporting Goods brand aesthetics. IMPACT also oversaw work being done by national vendors who were installing the store’s specific fixtures, thus fully integrating the Dick’s Sporting Goods look. The exterior is uniquely branded with 42-foot-tall signage over the main entrance that required new structural and finishing elements. Dick’s Sporting Goods celebrated their grand opening on October 12, 2017. IMPACT Strategies was pleased to work with Kimco Realty Group, owner of Fairview City Centre, on another successful project and big asset for the Fairview Heights community.


MEMORIAL ACQUIRES CANCER TREATMENT CENTER IN SWANSEA Metro East Services, Inc. (d/b/a Memorial Hospital East) has reached an agreement with St. Elizabeth’s Hospital to purchase its 50% interest in The Cancer Treatment Center, 4000 North Illinois Street, Swansea. The sale was finalized on November 30, 2017. Memorial Hospital East and Southwest Illinois Health Ventures, Inc. (SIHVI) will operate the radiation oncology and PET Imaging Services while Illinois Oncology, who leases space in the building, remains as the medical oncology/hematology service provider at this location. SIHVI and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital will continue to jointly manage the real estate. Memorial Hospital East and SIHVI take over operations at The Cancer Treatment Center which includes the PET/CT Imaging Center on December 1, 2017.

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When the City of Fairview Heights began moving forward with plans to build a recreation complex they looked for a construction partner with long standing ties to the community, someone they could trust to help make their vision for this new facility a reality.

“A couple of years ago when Mayor Mark Kupsky came in, he had a lot of new ideas for our City and a recreation center was one of them,” said Angela Beaston, Director of Parks and Recreation for Fairview Heights. She said the 30‐acre site for The Recreation Complex, Fairview Heights’ 58,000‐ square‐foot indoor/outdoor rec center, is the former location of Our Lady of Assumption Church at Bunkum Road and Interstate 64 on the city’s west side. Grant School District 110 purchased the property after Our Lady merged with St. Albert the Great to form Holy Trinity Catholic Church and School on Fountains Parkway. As plans for the future recreation center progressed, the City hired Sports Facilities Advisors to conduct a feasibility study, Beaston said. Out of that study came recommendations for what the $18 million project would entail. At that point, she added, the City chose local architect, EWR Architects Inc., for the design and began interviewing various construction management firms. Holland Construction Services’ experience in building rec centers in the St. Louis region gave the City confidence that the company was a smart pick. “What really attracted us to Holland was that they’ve built so many projects of this nature,” Beaston said. “Holland has experience in making recreation centers happen, and we felt very comfortable in the work they’ve done in this specialty area,” she said. City staff visited the Bridgeton Recreation Center – a slightly smaller yet similar type of project that Holland recently completed – and were impressed by what they saw, she added. “We really, really liked it,” said Beaston, referring to the 56,000‐square‐foot Bridgeton center that Holland completed in early 2016. “Other construction companies were certainly also qualified but we chose Holland not only for their experience, but also because it’s easy to work with them. Everyone at Holland that we’ve worked with so far couldn’t have been nicer or more understanding of what we want our project to be. Holland’s preconstruction department’s management of the estimating and subcontractor bidding process resulted in a project that met our goals for the recreation center within our budget. We’re confident in Holland to meet our ambitious construction timeframe,” she said. “Our target date for completion is February 2019, which is the City’s 50th anniversary. This new center, recently branded as The REC, will be the location of our kick-off celebration.” Holland Project Executive Ryan Savage and Project Manager DJ Weymouth said the builder’s goal is to work as a relationship-based contractor rather than a low-bid contractor. “We truly take a team approach with every project we build,” Savage said. “And that team not only includes Holland, but also our architectural partner, our subcontractors, our suppliers and most definitely our client, in this case the City of Fairview Heights. We believe in bringing everyone into the process as early as possible, and building those relationships early on as well.” Nearly 12,000 square feet of the recreation center will be dedicated to an indoor aquatic facility with a 25-yard multilane lap pool, children’s spray ground, slides, sprays, lazy river and a vortex. The center will also feature a 6,000-squarefoot fitness center with areas for free weights, floor exercise, aerobic and group fitness; a gymnasium; a climbing structure; elevated running tracks; a 400-meter, six-lane running track; a game area for billiards, cards and table tennis; locker rooms; multipurpose and party rooms, and administration offices. Outdoor soccer fields, a dog park, pavilions, playgrounds and a 1.5-mile walking path and nature trail are also part of the plans. “We’re excited and honored that the City of Fairview Heights selected Holland,” said Savage. “We view it as a special opportunity to be building this rec center - not only for the City of Fairview Heights, but also for the entire community and visitors to the City. We take that seriously and we take pride in that,” he added.

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Chamber Member Update OATES ASSOCIATES LAUNCHES A NEW LOOK Oates Associates is rounding out the year with some major changes to the company’s brand. A logo refresh, updated color scheme and new website signify a modern twist that stays true to their roots. The company’s refresh features a modern color palette with an updated logo structure that reflects an identity created over 35 years ago. Chief Executive Officer Joseph Hagerty explains the evolution of their brand. “Oates Associates began as a transportation firm over 30 years ago. As a firm offering civil and structural engineering, building and site projects naturally became part of our portfolio. Our service offerings have expanded over the years, our team has grown and technology has changed, yet we remain the same company built upon a culture of trust. We want our brand to speak to both our history and our growth.” The website was redesigned to improve content delivery and functionality. Visitors can filter projects by service type or market to find out more information about Oates Associates that directly relate to them. A new search feature scans the site to help track down specific information. “The scale and range of projects that we take on is impressive, and we want to show that to visitors,” said Bruce Schopp, President and Chief Operating Officer. We’ve designed new corridors to provide direct routes for motorists, parks, bike trails and multi-use paths; improved drainage throughout neighborhoods; developed ADA Transition Plans; and designed buildings and sites across the Metro area. Oates has been involved with projects that you might pass by or experience every day, including the new Public Safety facility in Edwardsville, the Park N Ride commuter lot in Troy, Veterans Honor Parkway in Highland, and the Community Park in Wildwood. Our expertise and breadth of experience can now be seen with our new website.” Explore the new site at Dive into the company’s project history, connect with project


SWIC AVIATION PROGRAM HELPED NASA PILOT GET CAREER OFF THE GROUND When pilot Craig O’Mara signed up for a ground school class at Southwestern Illinois College while he was still a teenager, he had no idea that it would be the start of a 40-year career in aviation. O’Mara, 63, of Fairview Heights, earned his Private Pilot Certificate at then Belleville Area College in 1970, while he was a junior at Assumption High School in East St. Louis. Today, he flies a Boeing 787 for United Airlines and NASA’s Boeing 747SP “SOFIA” Research plane for astrophysics/deep space missions. “SWIC gave me the solid foundation to begin my career in aviation and got me to where I am today and for that I’ll be forever grateful,” he said. He completed most of his flight training while in the U.S. Air Force stationed at March Air Force Base in Riverside, Calif. Later, he went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. O’Mara spent 26 year in the USAF and Reserves flying the C-9A “Nightingale” hospital aircraft and serving as an instructor/evaluator at Scott AFB. He retired from the Air Force in 2002. SWIC offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in Aviation Pilot Training with airplane and helicopter options, plus Aviation Pilot Training and Private Pilot certificates. The program is FAA Part 141 certified. Military veteran students in the college’s Aviation Pilot Training program can now use their VA and Illinois Veteran’s Grant educational benefits for the new Helicopter Pilot Training option, said Program Coordinator Keith Mueller. In addition, SWIC offers an AAS in Aviation Management and an Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate. Graduates of either program are eligible to enter the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management program offered on the SWIC Belleville Campus in a weekend format. “The program offers an excellent foundation for individuals who want to pursue a career in aviation or just want to fly for enjoyment,” Mueller said. “There are unlimited career opportunities ranging from commercial airlines to corporate aviation to medical transport.” During O’Mara’s long and varied career he has completed 32,000 hours of flight. He has flown a B-25 Mitchell, AC-47 Gunship for the Commemorative Air Force and a museum in Kansas; taught at the Scott AFB Aero Club, Ideal Aviation and as an independent instructor in the St. Louis area; and served on the Board of Directors for the National Association

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Chamber Member Update MEMORIAL FOUNDATION NAMES SCHOLAR ATHLETES OF THE WEEK High School seniors Grace Brauer from Belleville East High School and Samuel Schiller from Mascoutah High School were chosen as Memorial Foundation’s Scholar Athletes of the Week of November 20. The scholar athlete program, sponsored by Memorial Foundation in cooperation with Memorial Rehab and Sports Medicine and Memorial Medical Group Orthopedics and Sports Medicine recognizes one male and one female senior scholar athlete from a high school in Memorial’s primary and selected secondary service area. The weekly award winners from September 2017 through April 2018 will be eligible for one of two $1,500 scholarships to be awarded in May 2018. Nominated by her mother, Cari Brauer, Grace has a 4.89 GPA and is a member of the varsity soccer team. She has received many accolades including: All-Conference, All-State, All-Sectional and Offensive Player of the Year (2015, 2016, and 2017.) She is a member of the National Honor Society, BASIC Youth Board member and Student Council Representative. Samuel was nominated by his coach Nick Carr, he has a 4.28 GPA and participates on the varsity soccer and track and field teams. He has been recognized for soccer on All-State and All-Conference first teams; holds school records for goals and assists and is team captain. He also plays guitar for Church Praise Band-U.S. Air Force Academy and volunteers for Operation Warmheart providing holiday meals for Airmen in need. For more information or to submit a nomination using the electronic form, go

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Chamber Member Update SWIC TO CELEBRATE MUSIC, THEATRE, FILM AND ART IN SPRING 2018 You can see student films, enjoy a senior art show, hear the USAF Band of Mid-America and listen to a radio café broadcast…all at Southwestern Illinois College this fall. The college’s arts series, called the Southwestern Illinois Creative Arts Syndicate, features a variety of events ranging from a presentation about Shakespeare in Love by Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre Julie Willis Feb. 14 to the SWIC Jazz Festival Feb. 24 and the Film and Mass Communication programs’ open house April 24. “There is something for everyone whether you’re into chamber music, love art or want to find out more about filmmaking,” said Nicole Dutton, Schmidt Art Center curator. “We want our students and the community to enjoy the arts right here in the Metro East.” The spring 2018 SWICARTS calendar is below. For details on individual events, visit or FACULTY SPEAKER SERIES Feb. 14 – Shakespeare in Love: Julie Willis, 3 p.m., MC Theatre April 11 – Film Faculty: Dan Cross, 3 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) FILM Feb. 15 – YouTube Stars Danny Gula & Jon Stamm of, 7 p.m., The Schmidt March 8 – SWIC Student Film Screening, 7 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) ART For exhibition information, visit Jan. 18 – Exhibition opening reception, 4-7 p.m., The Schmidt March 2 – Senior Art Competition, The Schmidt March 22 – High School Student Show, The Schmidt April 26 – SWIC Student Show, The Schmidt MUSIC For concert information, visit Feb. 11 – Music Faculty Recital: Ed Jacobs and Diana Umali, 3 p.m., The Schmidt Feb. 24 – SWIC Jazz Festival, featuring saxophonist Jeff Coffin, all day, Main Complex March 25 – Explore the Sound IV, 7 p.m., St. Paul United Church of Christ March 27 – SWIC Concert Band: Spring on the Quad!, 2:30 p.m., The Quad April 4 – Chamber Music Series: An American in Paris, 7 p.m., The Schmidt April 11 – USAF Band of Mid-America, 7 p.m., Varsity Gym May 6 – SWIC Concert Band: Cinematic Serenades, 3 p.m., Varsity Gym May 8 – Choir concert: Elemental Music, 7 p.m., Union United Methodist Church May 9 – Music Student Honors Recital, 3 p.m., The Schmidt May 9 – Jazz Band & Guitar Ensemble: Swing, Spring, & Strings!, 7 p.m., MC MEDIA ARTS April 24 – Open house: Film and Mass Communication, 5-7 p.m., LA 1342 and 1350 BLUE STORM RADIO BROADCASTS Jan. 14 – First Sunday Free Film Fest, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) Feb. 4 – First Sunday Free Film Fest, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 – SWIC Radio Cafe broadcast, 11 a.m., Kamm Lounge March 4 – First Sunday Free Film Fest, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) March 7, 21, 28 – SWIC Radio Cafe broadcast, 11 a.m., Kamm Lounge April 1 – First Sunday Free Film Fest, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) April 4, 11, 18 – SWIC Radio Cafe broadcast, 11 a.m., Kamm Lounge April 21 – Vinylthon broadcast, LA 1342 May 2, 9 – SWIC Radio Cafe broadcast, 11 a.m., Kamm Lounge May 6 – First Sunday Free Film Fest, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., LA Theatre (1370) May 17 – Graduation broadcast, 5-9 p.m.

What’s Happening in January November 1, 2017 - April 8, 2018 Photo Contest St. Clair Cnty Historical Soc. | Belleville

Wednesday - Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Jazz, Cigars & Scotch Night | 7:30pm Cigar Inn Jazz Club | Belleville

Friday - January 5,12,19, 26 Live Jazz | 9:00pm The Cigar Inn Jazz Club | Belleville

November 17, 2017 - January 1, 2018 Way of Lights | 5:00 pm National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows | Belleville

Thursday - January 4 Sip & Shop | 6:30pm The Weingarten | Belleville

Saturday - January 6 Way of Lights Run & Walk | 7:00pm National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows | Belleville

Monday - January 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Pizza, Salads & Beers | 4:00 pm Crehan’s | Belleville

Thursday - January 4, 11, 18, 25 Singer Songwriter Thursday | 7:00pm Cigar Inn Jazz Club | Belleville

Friday - January 5, 12, 19, 26 Althoff Catholic Father & Friends BINGO Notre Dame Academy Bingo | 5:00pm 7:00pm St. Augustine’s Gym | Belleville CKLofI Country Club | Swansea

Tuesday - January 9 Toastmasters Meeting | 11:30am Peer 151 Conference Room | Belleville Saturday - January 13, 20, 27 Freedom from Smoking Class | 9:30am Memorial Hospital East | Belleville

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Important Dates for 2018

(More to be announced soon!)

2018 Annual Dinner | February 1 68th Annual Enlisted Dinner | March 8 Lucky Leprechaun 5k & St. Patrick’s Day Parade | March 17 5th Annual Belleville Ale Fest | April 21 Leadership Belleville Reflection & Graduation Day | May 4 Craft Beer Walk | June 16 35th Annual Belleville Chili Cook-off | October 5 & 6 5K Chili Chase & Kids Pepper Dash | October 6 Art & Wine Walk | November 3

Thank you for all your support throughout 2017. We look forward to 2018 and continuing our mission of Advancing Business, Supporting Community.

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