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Upcoming Chamber Membership Meetings

July 1st at Noon - Zoom Meeting

July's Membership meeting will be held on zoom. Your mics will be muted upon entering. If your mic isn't muted please mute yourself. If you have a question, please use the raise hand or chat feature so that we can keep everything organized and a good experience for all. As you know with technology, things can happen. Thank you for being patient with us as well try this new venture! ~ The Board of Directors.

Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85016183642?pwd=cXlBSHNaSGtCMFJocWJzbkJZSjUrQT09

2020 - 2021 Board Of Directors


PRESIDENT

Tanya Bausch

Running The Rails

PRESIDENT ELECT

Tyler Monda

Realtor Century 21 Prestige

TREASURER

Michelle Nix

Loan Coordinator/Asst. Teller Supervisor for Bank of Sullivan

SECRETARY

Andi Harley

Owner of  Find and Seek Boutique

BOARD MEMBER

Jon Earnhart

Superintendent for Crawford County R-II

BOARD MEMBER

Alicia Weber

LMI Aerospace

BOARD MEMBER

Ben McGinnis

McGinnis Wood Products

BOARD MEMBER

Molly Maxwell

Wise Little Owls

BOARD MEMBER

Tiffany Poynter

National Medical Billing Services

BOARD MEMBER

Jimmy West​

Owner of Frisco’s and Roots 66 Salon

BOARD MEMBER

Alan Vickers

Insurance Agent FCNB Insurance Services Inc.

BOARD MEMBER

Tabitha Woodson

Vice President, People’s Bank

BOARD MEMBER

Shane Staples

Crawford County Fair

BOARD MEMBER

Caitlin Mace

Wallis Company

BOARD MEMBER

Rockael Stubblefield

Brush Creek Valley Farms

COVID-19 BUSINESS RESOURCES

If you are a May/June renewal, Invoices for 2020 - 2021 have been emailed out. Check your junk/spam folder if you have not received yours yet.
NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS 
https://crawfordcountylibrarydistrict.org/summer-reading-program/
PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS 
Good morning Chamber professionals,
 
Hard to believe another month has come to an end. I trust you are still safe, healthy and semi- sane!
 
Here are few updates for you.
 
1)Here is the latest on Phase 1 extension, released. It runs through June 15. Retail restrictions are still in place.
https://health.mo.gov/living/healthcondiseases/communicable/novel-coronavirus/pdf/economic-reopening61-15.pdf
2)Don’t forget to register for the Missouri Chamber Federation and DED webinar on Monday the 1st of June to learn how you can help your business with the DED Marketplace.
Register to participate at https://morenet.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YNPZ6bpnRX-gGR-elW7VlQ
3)Thank you to everyone who has joined us in asking Governor Parson to call a special session to address job-killing lawsuits.  If you haven’t signed the letter of support yet you still can by following this link    to sign on to letter.  Also please send me your logo so we can add your name to our growing list of supporters.
       We would appreciate it if you would share this information with your members asking them to join us with this request. 
 
Thank you for all you do to keep Missouri moving forward!
 
 
Tamara L. Long, IOM 
 
 
Director of Missouri
Chamber Federation

Phone (573) 634-3511   |   Fax (573) 634-8855
428 East Capitol Avenue  |  Jefferson City, MO 65101
Workforce Announcement:
East Central College has access to training funds that allow for any laid-off or furloughed employees from your organizations to receive specialized training. This is a good opportunity to have workers return to you with additional skills. 

ECC also has funding for your full-time employees to learn additional skills to prepare them as they move up internally within your organization or their job duties required new skills.

Please contact ECC at 636-649-5800 or email training@eastcentral.edu if your organization would like to participate or if you have questions. 
We are hosting a “Staying Upbeat and Focused” webinar to support women in business on June 9. Women in business can stay motivated by learning from and sharing strategies with others at a Women in Business virtual seminar. The seminar will be held noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, June 9. The seminar fee is free, but registration is required. Registration required: https://bit.ly/StayUpbeat.
 
Please share and distribute and help us get the word out. Thank you, and remember to Do the 5,
Karen Leatherman
Business Development Specialist
Small Business Development Center at Missouri University of Science and Technology
E: leathermank@mst.edu
 
Missouri SBDC COVID-19 business resources

Need safety expert advice as you reopen your business? Concerned about your customers and employees health and safety during this pandemic? The Missouri On-site Safety and Health Consultation Program is ready to help you return to work! Contact us for a free COVID-19 mitigation or OSHA compliance consultation. We also offer virtual consultation visits - if your facility is not quite ready to open to visitors, we can still provide the consultation services you need.

  • COVID-19 Assistance – We understand both employees and employers are apprehensive about returning to work under these new and challenging circumstances that continue to evolve. We can provide recommendations on COVID-19 using the latest OSHA/CDC guidance that includes, but not limited to, risk assessments, social distancing, and engineering controls to adjust workstations. We believe implementing these measures will not only help decrease employee exposure to COVID-19, but will also aid in easing apprehension related to returning to work. 
  • Hazard Assistance – Have all the hazards at my facility been identified?  Is the abatement for these hazards adequate? We can perform a walk through and help you identify hazards you may have missed and ensure adequate abatement is in place.
  • OSHA 300 logs questions - We will look for possible errors and assist in determining if a case is recordable.
  • Review of OSHA site-specific written programs – Do you have an emergency action plan in place? Lockout/Tagout Program? Respiratory Program? These types of programs may be required by OSHA. Send your documents to our consultants and we will check for compliance and help you create a well-rounded program.
  • Safety and Health Management System (SHMS) - SHMSs have been proven to make a dramatic impact on decreasing injuries and illnesses. Let our consultants assist you in the development of a SHMS.
  • FREE Air and Noise Sampling – Ever wonder if the noise in my workplace too loud? Are my employees being overexposed to the air contaminants? We can provide air and noise sampling at your facility at no cost.

If we can be of any assistance, please contact us at 573-522-SAFE or at SafetyConsultation@labor.mo.gov.

Advertising Opportunity for Drive In

The BJC Medical Group of Sullivan has resumed limited non-emergent procedures and visits at the Sullivan and Cuba clinics.

 

The safety of patients, team members, providers and visitors continues to be the highest priority. The following guidelines will be implemented to ensure everyone’s safety and wellbeing: 

  • Pre-admission screening for COVID-19 exposure and symptoms; patients with respiratory symptoms may be referred to the BJC Respiratory Clinic at the Bourbon Medical office. 
  • All patients will be asked to wear masks and masks will be provided if the patient does not have a mask of their own.
  • Maintaining appropriate social distancing will be required.
  • The “no visitor” policy is still in effect. Pediatric patients and patients with behavioral health needs, developmental delays or altered mental status will be allowed one individual to accompany them to their appointment.

 

If you or a family member would like to request an in-person appointment, please call your primary care office to discuss further.

 

BJC Medical Group-Sullivan Clinic            573-860-6000                    

BJC Medical Group – Cuba Clinic

(573) 885-3499

While we are in the midst of uncertain times, Taylor Sign & Tint is looking forward and continuing to pursue new ways in which we can meet the needs of our customers and community. We are now able to provide custom-printed Tyvek Wrist Bands, an excellent choice for fairs, rallies, expos and other events. 

Please don't hesitate to contact us at our office and inquire about pricing. We can be reached by phone Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm at (573)860-8460 or via email. We look forward to this new opportunity to provide for our neighbors!  



Thank you,


The Meramec Rural Opioid Initiative, in conjunction with the Meramec Regional Planning Commission, is planning a second workshop focused on the opioid epidemic and its impact on the local workforce. We are reaching out to area chambers to ask that our survey be shared with your local businesses. The following survey hopes to gauge interest in a variety of topics related to opioid abuse and the workplace.

 

 https://www.meramecregion.org/surveys/

 

Thank you for your assistance. We look forward to receiving responses from a wide variety of businesses in the Meramec Region. 

 

Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns.

 

Sincerely,

 

Rebecca Losing


Community Development Assistant

Meramec Regional Planning Commission

4 Industrial Drive

St. James MO 65559

573-265-2993 ext 127

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