The St. Louis Civic Orchestra is proud to present its first concert of 2019 – American Orchestral Jazz Favorites – on Saturday, February 23 at 7:00 pm at Logan University’s Purser Hall, 1851 Schoettler Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017. The Civic is pleased to welcome special guests, T.J Muller and the Gaslight Squares.
Innsbrook Weddings is looking for the best of the best (as are their brides and grooms) to be part of the exclusive bridal showcase from 11:30-3 p.m. on Sunday, March 24 at the Aspen Center.
The Chesterfield Chamber is pleased to welcome our new Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
Cotton Cuts, an online fabric retailer, is thrilled to announce its expansion into a brick and mortar sewing and creative event space, Cotton Cuts Collective, in Chesterfield Mall. “We started about two years ago all online with fabric, sold either as a fabric box or a project. It’s like StitchFix [a clothing subscription box service] but for fabric,” Cotton Cuts owner Kim Moos said.
The City of Chesterfield has announced a Community Kick-Off event on Tuesday, January 29 at City Hall for the Comprehensive Plan Update project, Envision Chesterfield. Hosted by the City of Chesterfield and planning consultant Town Planning and Urban Design Collaborative, LLC (TPUDC), the purpose of this meeting is to provide residents, officials and stakeholders with an understanding of the project and the process by which it will be completed.
Chesterfield Hockey Association announced that the Competition Rink at the new Chesterfield SportsComplex will be named the Mike Shanahan, Sr. Family Arena in memory of the late Mike Shanahan, Sr.
Local officials and business leaders recently joined development partners to celebrate the groundbreaking of Creek Valley Retirement Community – the newest all-inclusive resort-style retirement community in the greater St. Louis, Missouri area.
Assistance League of St. Louis today announces the opening of 17 fully equipped closets in Saint Louis Public Schools to provide basic clothing needs even more quickly to deserving children. This delivery model will serve more than 4,800 elementary school students and is a new approach for this organization, which annually touches the lives or more than 44,000 St. Louisans and has provided help to deserving children and adults for more than 30 years.
Chesterfield Hockey Association will break ground on the new Chesterfield SportsComplex in a ceremony on Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 10:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Development for the complex began in September and is expected to take 11 months to complete. The grand opening is estimated for late summer 2019.
Last week, the Humane Society of Missouri announced the closing of the organization’s facilities in Chesterfield Valley, effective Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. The closing includes the operations of both the Adoption Center and Animal Medical Center of Mid-America at 17537 Edison Ave., Chesterfield, Mo. 63005. The location will continue to offer animals for adoption and serve veterinary clients until 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.
Logan University has entered into an affiliation agreement with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS), wherein Logan clinicians and student interns will provide chiropractic care within TVHS. The goal of this partnership is to enhance patient care, education and research opportunities for both institutions.
With the holiday season fast approaching, Circle Of Concern is calling on local businesses to conduct a food drive that will provide a Thanksgiving feast for nearly 500 families and stock our warehouse with enough food to take us through the winter months. They need our help! Read the flyer to find out how to help or contact Circle of Concern to host a drive at your business.
Fontbonne University's bachelor's degree program in computer science has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET, the global accreditor of college and university programs i applied and natural science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
The St. Louis community celebrates its ninth Pedal the Cause on Saturday, Sept. 29 and Sunday Sept. 30 at the Chesterfield Amphitheater in Chesterfield, MO. Pedal the Cause is the premier cycling experience in the region, with the mission of curing all cancers, for everyone. 100 percent of participant donations fund innovative cancer research at Siteman Cancer Center and Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital right here in St. Louis.
First State Bank recently named Lou Viviano as senior vice president and the newest member of its award-winning commercial lending team. Viviano has 25 years of banking and finance industry experience, with 22 years in commercial lending.
Assistance League on Wednesday, August 15 is marking the beginning of the school year by fitting 60 Kindergarten through fifth graders from Barack Obama Elementary School in Normandy District with new, clean school uniforms and much more.
The St. Louis region’s businesses struggle to fill positions in an economy where job openings exceed unemployment rates – in the Midwest by 20 percent.
Check out the scholarships currently available at WGU and identify some that might be right for you. We don’t want you to unnecessarily waste your time with applying if you don’t meet the scholarship qualifications, so it’s worth checking the website to make sure there is an opportunity that fits you.
Not quite as long running as the “Folksong Festival” with host Oscar Brand on WNYC, or “Music & the Spoken Word” with Richard Evans on KSL Salt Lake City, but “Bob Hardcastle’s Money Talk” can claim it’s place among the longest-running financial talk radio shows. And get this, it’s even been on air longer than the Simpsons, the longest-running scripted primetime TV series. While the Simpsons has been on air 29 seasons, “Bob Hardcastle’s Money Talk” will celebrate it’s 30th anniversary with a special two-hour remote broadcast starting at 10 a.m. on Aug. 1, airing live.
Solomon/Turner, Inc., a multimedia St. Louis public relations firm, has been named one of the top public relations firms in St. Louis for 2018 by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. This is the 10th consecutive year Solomon/Turner has received this recognition.
Erin and Rhizza, who both have backgrounds in the health services industry, choose to improve their website and online visibility with the help of SeoSamba, the international SEO and digital marketing firm.
For the fourth straight year, St. Luke’s Hospital has earned the Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s Best Hospitals. The 2018 honor recognizes St. Luke’s as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Heart Care, Cancer Care, Obstetrics and Orthopedics and as one of America’s Best Breast Centers and Stroke Centers.
St. Louis Mosaic Project is pleased to announce Reinsurance Group of America (RGA) as the latest Mosaic Ambassador Company. Reinsurance Group of Ammerica, Incorporated (NYSE: RGA) is one of the largest global life and health reinsurance companies. With headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, RGA supports clients and partners around the world through innovative approaches and customized solutions.
The volunteers of Assistance League of St. Louis were awarded the 2018 Community Service Award sponsored by Commerce Bank at a reception held April 12 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Chesterfield. Assistance League of St. Louis received grants totaling $10,000 funded by William T. Kemper and Commerce Bancshares foundation in honor of the organization’s volunteers.
Livability Chesterfield, an annual print magazine and digital content marketing program, encourages business investment, talent recruitment and relocation by reaching entrepreneurs, site selectors, corporate executives and other talented individuals and families attracted to our quality of life. The 2018 issue has arrived and is at the Chamber Office for residents and businesses to pick up. Read the full press release by clicking the link above.
Yoga & Spa Magazine is pleased to announce the hiring of Marguerite Koch Striler as Publisher, responsible for growing the publication by building on its past editorial success. Marguerite will define the content of the publication and manage business operations with a focus on providing readers high quality content at maximum revenue while reporting to Y&S Chief Visionary and Principal Ralph Turney.
This fall, the Parkway Alumni Association will proudly welcome 23 outstanding Parkway graduates into the Parkway Alumni Hall of Fame! Since 2004, the PAA has inducted 195 graduates into the HOF. Their professional backgrounds include medicine, law, government, fine arts, religion, education, performing arts, engineering, business, the military and community activism. All have demonstrated a high level of professional achievement and have shown an abiding commitment to their community. .