Published by: Eureka Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Located online at: eurekachamber.us
Nearly double the registered members showed up for a record attendance. Room alive with activity and conversation as additional tables were set up to accommodate everyone.
Chamber President, Chief Greg Brown called attention to ballots distributed at the meeting. Ballots can be mailed out up until November 20, 2003. Candidates for 2003 are:
(NOTE: If you weren't able to attend this meeting and you are a Chamber member, you can download and mail in a ballot by clicking this link)
One ballot per member business. Candidates gave short speech highlighting their background and interest in serving on the Board of Directors.
Collected and mailed ballots will be tabulated by Jean Tucker (Treasurer), Leslie Tupper (Secretary) and Gary O'Grady (Director of Business Development) with the four elected members to be introduced at the December meetings.
Each committee of the board was giving an opportunity to report. 2004 membership renewals and directory advertising deadlines were highlighted.
Angela Weeks (Membership Chairperson) announced the winners of the Chamber Business Spotlight (Christine Shafer - Design Florist) and Chamber Chatter Spotlight ( Lisa Wilson, Creative Gift Design). Congratulations to the winners! For your chance to win, attend our next Chamber membership meeting. Please visit the Eureka Chamber Web site to learn more about our Business Spotlight Winner Design Florist. Click here.
Welcome new Chamber Members:
Mayor Kevin Coffey announced that the Walgreen's Project, the SSM Medical Building Plan, and the JBA project were announced as having been approved by the City of Eureka this week.
Mr. Bob Berry announced the next chamber after hours scheduled for 6 - 8 pm of 11/20 at Pioneer Bank. A chili cook out with music will set the tone for the networking event. Please RSVP for this upcoming event, by clicking on this link.
Plans for the JBA project were displayed. Mr. Sean Flower of American Heritage Homes described the project in detail as it has been developed to this point. Q & A followed his presentation.