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West Newsmagazine 3-7-18

Local news, local politics and community events for West St. Louis County Missouri.

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44 I BUSINESS I March 7, 2018 WEST NEWSMAGAZINE @WESTNEWSMAG WESTNEWSMAGAZINE.COM “BECAUSE MEMORIES LAST A LIFETIME” Full Service Travel Agency - We Do It All - plus Pilgrimages Why spend time trying to book your own vacation? Our experts have years of experience and can save you invaluable TIME. Your Travel Experts for 39 years! 636.391.1000 • www.TravelTyme.com • 16017 Manchester Rd. • Ellisville Fox Run Golf Club celebrates 25 years in Eureka business briefs PLACES Fox Run Golf Club celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018. Located at 1 Putt Lane in Eureka, the course provides golfers of all skill levels a challenging and rewarding experience. The club offers various membership options and structures, with corporate and individual memberships available. • • • Scott Properties, a local commercial real estate firm, has acquired Chesterfield Towne Centre shopping plaza, located at the intersection of Long Road and Edison Avenue in Chesterfield Valley. The 85,183-square-foot mixed retail and office space formerly was owned by Continental Realty, a Baltimore-area firm. The plaza features a variety of restaurant and retail Chesterfield Towne Centre tenants, including Vito’s in the Valley, Symbowl, Tack Trunk and Treasure Rooms. • • • For the third consecutive year, RSI Kitchen & Bath, a St. Louis-based, fullservice remodeling center, has been awarded “Best of Houzz” for both design and customer service. Houzz is the leading national platform for home remodeling and design. RSI Kitchen & Bath is the largest kitchen and bath design center in the area, and is known for its products, personalized services and highly qualified team of professionals. In 2017, the company was ranked as the 22nd largest woman-owned business in St. Louis. • • • MICDS has surpassed its $90 million goal for its “Bold Action: A Campaign for MICDS” initiative. To date, 5,863 donors have participated in Bold Action, generating $94.7 million four months prior to the official end of the campaign. PEOPLE Ballwin resident Joy Schmidt has been hired as the director of catering and conference services for The Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta Hotel. Schmidt will Schmidt lead sales strategies for approximately 65,000 square feet of event space for luxury and high-profile events, including weddings, galas, corporate meetings and special occasions. She has more than 15 years of experience in catering operations and business development in the hotel industry. Her experience includes numerous catering management positions, including The Chase Park Plaza, The Westin St. Louis, Hilton St. Louis Airport, St. Louis Marriott West and the Adam’s Mark Hotel. • • • Lashly & Baer, P.C. has named West County resident Lisa O. Stump president of the law firm. Stump, who has practiced at Lashly & Baer for her entire career, becomes the first Stump woman president of the firm. She also is chair of the firm’s governmental and education practice group. Stump practices primarily in the areas of governmental and public institutions law, including the representation of educational institutions. She is the city attorney for the city of Crestwood and represents the Bi-State Development Agency, Rockwood School District, St. Louis County Library, St. Louis Public Library and Downtown STL, Inc. Stump received her juris doctor degree from Washington University School of Law. She has served on numerous civic and nonprofit boards and commissions, including the Town & Country Clayton Road Task Force and as an elder at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church. • • • Nolan Office Interiors, a full-service office design company, announced the hiring of Todd Monnig as vice president of interior design. In this role, Monnig will lead the interior design department as well as contribute to company planning and strategy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Maryville University and is a member of the International Interior Design Association Gateway Chapter, where he recently held the position of vice president of sponsorship. He has over 20 years of commercial office interior experience. NETWORKING AND EVENTS A West County Young Professionals meeting is from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 8 at Walnut Grill, 1386 Clarkson-Clayton Shopping Center in Ellisville. Members and their guests are welcome. There is no fee; individuals pay for their own lunch. Register online at westcountychamber.com; contact Heather Zerweck at (636) 230-9900 or hzerweck@westcountychamber.com for more information. • • • The Creve Coeur Chamber of Commerce hosts a Coffee Connection event from 8-9 a.m. on Friday, March 9 at Potbelly Sandwich Shop, 11615 Olive Blvd., Suite A in Creve Coeur. The event is free to attend. Contact Nancy Gray at (314) 569-3536 to register and for more information. • • • A Business Roundtable is from 7:30-9 a.m. on Thursday, March 15 at Midwest Bank Centre, 500 Chesterfield Center in Chesterfield. The featured topic is Employment Resources - Help! presented by Veteran’s Employment Assistance and St. Louis County Employment Resources. For more information, call (636) 532-3399 or email info@chesterfieldmochamber.com. • • • The West County Chamber of Commerce hosts a Government Affairs & Transportation Forum from 7:30-9 a.m. on Friday, March 16 at the St. Louis County Police Department, Office of Emergency Management, 1150 Hanna Road in Ballwin. The event is free and open to the public; complimentary breakfast is served. Features updates from state and local offices and agencies. For more information, contact Heather Zerweck at (636) 230-9900 or hzerweck@westcountychamber.com. Register online at westcountychamber.com. • • • Progress 64 West hosts its fifth annual Legislative Update at 11:15 a.m. on Friday, March 30 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 16625 Swingley Ridge Road in Chesterfield. John Nations, president and CEO of Bi-State Development, moderates a legislative panel discussing the region’s infrastructure and transportation issues. Individual seats are $75, which includes lunch. Register at progress64west.org. For more information, call (314) 795-2200.

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