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Chamber News 12-15
Chamber Board of Directors and Staff 16
FEATURED Chamber Sponsors 17
Inside this issue:
For all events RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-747-3168. Please note our reservation policy: No-shows to charged events will be billed.
All events held in Warrensburg unless stated. If you are interested in attending a committee meeting please contact the Chamber office at 660-747-3168.
WIN Luncheon Friday April 24, 11:45 AM-1 PM
Tonys Restaurant Speaker, Kelly Dyer:
What Builds Leadership in the Workplace?
FREE One-on-One Business Consultations Monday April 27, 2:30 and 3:30 PM
Appointment required: Call the Chamber Jack Moore Community Room
Military Affairs Committee Tuesday April 28, 4 PM
Jack Moore Community Room
Chamber University Wednesday April 29, 11:45 AM-1 PM
Jack Moore Community Room Barbara Carroll: The ABCs of RFPs
Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting Denise Hamlin, DDS
Wednesday April 29, 4 PM (Open House 3:30-6:30 PM) NEW LOCATION: 1103 N. Holden Suite D
Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting CHS (Center for Human Services)
Friday May 1, 10 AM Jack Moore Community Room
Chamber Leads Exchange Group Tuesday May 5, 8 AM
Jack Moore Community Room
Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting Integrity Roofing, LLC
Wednesday May 6, 2 PM (Open House 1-4 PM with $150 Door Prize to Alewels!)
501 N. Holden
Chamber Networking Breakfast Wednesday May 13, 11:45 AM-1 PM
Chamber Golf Tournament Friday June 26, Hidden Pines Country Club
Annual Banquet and Celebration Friday July 31, Lotspeich Automotive
A membership publication of the Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce:
Creating opportunities that drive commerce and promote business. April 24, 2015
Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday: 2 Days Left!
The annual Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday exempts from state sales tax all retail sales of qualifying EnergyStar certified new appliances, up to $1,500.00 per appliance.
The exemption ends at midnight on April 25!
For more information including method of payment, collections and reporting of taxes, price limits, man-datory forms and documents, shipping and handling and qualifications regarding deductions, visit http://dor.mo.gov. A list of qualifying items are on the City of Warrensburgs website, Facebook page and Twitter site. Love Whats Local and support our Chamber members when you shop!
2015 Procurement Conference Sponsored by Senator Claire McCaskill, along with the Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance Centers and
the UCM Small Business & Technology Development Center
Thursday, May 28, 2015 7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Are you interested in selling your product or service to Government agencies or prime contractors? Learn how to do this and make contact directly with various government agencies and prime contractors at the 2015 Procurement Conference Thursday, May 28.
A number of government agencies and private contractors will have exhibits and will be available to talk with you about contracting opportunities for your business. In the past, a large number of attendees participated in the conference, so make your reservation no later than May 22, 2015. The total cost, including lunch and all events, is $60 per attendee.
The conference will be held at the Elliott Union Building at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO.
For more information contact: Shirley Krzesinski, Small Business & Technology Development Center, 660-543-4402, email@example.com, http://www.ucmo.edu/sbtdc
License Renewals Business, dog and liquor license renewals will be in the mail soon. Business licenses expire June 1st and license holders may be subject to a late fee if not renewed by July 1st. Liquor licenses expire July 1st and the establishments are requested to have the building inspections scheduled and completed prior to the deadline. Any businesses that operate in the city limits and sell products for future delivery or provide a service of any kind are required to obtain a business license even if the physical loca-tion of the business is not in Warrensburg.
Summer months are a busy time for lawn services, tree trimming and asphalt repair in which case, require a city business li-cense. Solicitor licenses that canvass door to door and ice cream trucks require the individuals to provide a current photo and background information that is reviewed by the Police Department to help insure public safety. Residents may contact the City Collector at any time to verify if a business has a current license as this information is public record. Residents may see vendors set up on local parking lots selling produce. These vendors are exempt from local license regulations by the State of Missouri and are allowed to sell produce that is grown in Missouri.
Current dog licenses will expire June 1st and documentation of current rabies vaccination needs to be provided for all renewals. All dog owners in the city limits are required to obtain dog licenses. These licenses are needed for public safety to ensure that all dogs within the city have current rabies vaccination.
For questions or concerns about any license information, please contact Carl Larkerbrink, City Collector, at 660-747-9131 or visit City Hall at 102 South Holden Street.
Informational Codes Session On Wednesday, May 13, 2015, building inspection, zoning, code enforcement, property maintenance, fire and public works staff members will conduct an informational codes session for realtors, contractors, developers and business owners. The session will be held in the ABC Building at Grover Park from 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Everyone involved in the Citys building and development industry is welcome and City staff will allow plenty of time for questions and discussion. Lunch will be provided by Jimmie Johns. For more information contact: Brett Penrose, Building Official, 660-747-9135, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2015 Spring Storm Shelters
Community of Christ Church, 700 S. Mitchell St.
First United Methodist Church, 141 E. Gay St
Grover Park Baptist Church, 409 N. Mitchell St.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 300 S. Ridgeview Dr.
If shelters are open prior to a storm, the Warrensburg Fire Department will get the word out via their Facebook and Twitter accounts and KOKO radio. Depending on the amount of advance notice with oncoming storms, it is possible that not all shelters will be open.
These are pre-storm shelters only, meaning they are not set up to house people long term. Plans are in place for an event requiring longer term sheltering.
Click here to view the shelters on a map along with some shelter tips.
Be safebe ready!
Lifelong Learning at UCM invites you to our upcoming program:
Handcrafted American Artistry: Collecting Fenton Glass
Founded in 1905 by brothers Frank and John Fenton, the Fen-ton Art Glass Company was the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the U.S. and renowned for its in-novative glass colors as well as hand-painted decorations on pressed and blown glassware.
At our May Lifelong Learning program, Melvin and Norma Lampton, Fenton glass specialists, will share their considera-ble knowledge about Fenton glass based on approximately thirty years of collecting antique glass. They will also discuss and display part of their extensive collection, which they ac-quired from flea markets and garage sales. Thus far, they have collected and re-sold nearly 3,200 pieces!
Initially the Lamptons focused on Fenton glass because of its beautiful colors. Later they began to acquire pieces made by other glass companies, such as Westmoreland, Cambridge, Imperial, Northwood, Waterford, Pilgrim Cameo and others. Melvin will explain the different types of glass, the different types of minerals used to make the glass and the various methods employed to make them.
Program participants are welcome to bring their pieces of glassware for the Lamptons to discuss, though they will not appraise the monetary value of the pieces brought in. As an added bonus, the Lamptons are graciously donating a piece of glassware for a door prize!
All Lifelong Learning programs are free and open to every-one. Please join us!
Community Give-Back Program Donates to Local Project Graduation Events
The Chambers final donations through the Community Giveback Program, formerly funded by income form the License Fee Office, were made to Warrensburg High School and Crestridge High School. Each school received a $100 donation for use with their Project Graduation events.
Shown above is Chamber Board Chair Rick Solomon pre-senting the donation to two of the board members from Warrensburgs Project Graduation.