September Membership Luncheon
Wednesday, September 5th | 11:00am - 1:00pm
at Andre's West Banquet Center
211 S. Old Highway 141 - Fenton
$20 Members | $25 Guests
Topic: Health & Wellness | Sponsor: SSM Health St. Clare Hospital
People are your organization's most important asset. No matter how large or small your business, losing an employee to illness or an accident can have significant consequences for their co-workers and your operational systems. Join us for a presentation on how you can keep yourself and your employees healthy and improve their overall wellness. A healthcare provider from SSM Health St. Clare, our luncheon sponsor, will provide information on the profound social, psychological and physical benefits of helping your associates become healthier.
Arch Engraving 50th Anniversary Party!
Thursday, September 20th | 11:00am - 5:00pm
at Arch Engraving Headquarters
254 Northwest Blvd - Fenton
MUST RSVP - - No Charge to Attend
Come out and help Arch Engraving celebrate 50 years of business! The company is lucky to have such amazing customers and vendors... so, what better way to celebrate a major milestone than by having a party! A free lunch from Chris Cakes will be served from 11:30am - 2:30pm. Register for valuable door prizes which will be awarded throughout the day. Donations will also be collected for The Backstoppers organization.
Success Group: Tax Cuts & Jobs Act
Ten Things You Need to Know
Wednesday, September 26th | 8:30 - 9:30am
at Maritz Tower (North)
1375 North Highway Drive - Fenton
***Conference Room located on ground floor***
While the law is nine months old, the IRS has just issued rules and that have changed many things about how the law will work and how it will be integrated into your business. This session will be presented by experts in the field from Coughlin, Donovan, Niehaus & Scherle P.C.
Ribbon Cutting & Reopening - Circle of Concern
Thursday, September 27th | 4:00 - 5:30pm
at Circle of Concern Food Pantry
112 St. Louis Avenue - Valley Park
*** Ribbon Cutting will be at 4:30pm ***
Circle of Concern has undergone significant building improvements in addition to a major change in their Pantry program. They have had a traditional pantry model for 51 years, but are transitioning to a “Client Choice” pantry model, which allows clients to choose their own groceries. This requires re-configuring the layout of shelving, establishing new systems and re-training volunteers.
“Choice” is considered a best practice in the pantry world. Circle of Concern staff are very excited about it and they look forward to sharing with the community how it addresses dietary issues related to health, culture as well as individual likes/dislikes. This new pantry model also reduces waste and, most importantly, it’s a more dignified way for families to receive their groceries.