February 7, 2017
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This week's E-News includes information on Morning Brew networking, Career Fair and last days to register for the Year End Celebration honoring our 2016 Citizen of the Years.
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The Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for our Small Business of the Year Awards.

Nominated businesses should be a member of the Chamber of Commerce, have less than 50 full-time employees and have opened for fully operational business no later than January 1, 2015.

Our finalists will be recognized at a luncheon on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at the St. Charles Convention Center, during which the winner of the Small Business will be announced.

Dr. Bernard J. DuBray Named
2016 Citizen of the Years
Please join us on Friday February 24, 2017 as we recognize local leaders for their dedication to serving the St. Charles County community.

This year, the Chamber is pleased to honor Dr. Bernard J. DuBray as our 2016 Citizen of the Years.

The following individuals will also be recognized

Lifetime Distinguished Service Awards:
  • Civic - Phyllis Schneider
  • Cultural - Dennis Hahn
  • Humanitarian - Bruce Sowatsky
Chamber Champion: Patrick Sweeney

Thank you to our Sponsors
Would you like to see your logo included?

Sponsorships are still available.

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 The 2016 Year in Review and Citizen of the Years Celebration will take place in the Discovery Ballroom of Ameristar Casino Resort Spa.  Your $95 ticket (or table of 10 for $950) purchase includes a cocktail reception with open bar, hors d'oeuvres, and dinner - along with our awards program.

Make it a weekend getaway with a room stay on property - use the discount code: CCCB17A when making your reservation. 

Corporate sponsorships are also available.   Click here for more information or to reserve your ticket (s)
  Career Explorations Alliance is hosting two career weeks, March 28th-31st and April 4th-7th, that will impact more than 800 students!  We need 300 professionals from all lines of work to pull it off. 

Here’s the scoop:

  • It’s a one-time job shadowing or mentoring experience of only 2-hours.
  • Professionals can pick the date and time they are available.
  • The student(s) can either come to their business or an alternate location.
  • Registration is quick, easy and online:   CEA Program + Career Week Registration
  • Never done this before? No worries. An orientation packet will be provided to the professional, which includes tips, best practices, conversation starters, etc.
  • Once you are registered, we will reach out to you with additional details as we get closer to the date about your student(s).
For more information, call Dawn Thornton, Program Manager at 636-922-8373 or visit their website.
Recent Ribbon Cuttings
The Board of Directors and Ambassadors were happy to welcome Hair Saloon - St. Peters / Village Mall to the Chamber of Commerce at their ribbon cutting & Biz Brew on Thursday, February 2nd.
 Everyone wins in this new innovative program – the new member wins by receiving all the benefits of membership, the referring member wins by being rewarded, other members win through business gained from the purchase of gift cards and donations, and the Chamber wins with more members and a stronger voice.

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