Sauce on the Side recently opened its newest restaurant at 1312-1314, Big Bend Road in Twin Oaks. Sauce on the Side is a fast, casual style restaurant specializing in gourmet calzones. All dishes at the restaurant are handmade, including the sauces and dressings that can be paired with an array of calzones, salads and other menu options. Creative patrons can also build their own calzone from scratch. The Twin Oaks location is owned by Brian Slater and marks the chain’s second location in West County and its fifth location in Missouri.
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Blinks and Brushes, LLC recently relocated to 445 Lafayette Center in Manchester. The salon offers customized eyelash extensions, make-up, skin care and waxing services. The new, larger location enables staff to expand services in a comfortable setting to prioritize the health of skin and lashes to bring out natural beauty.
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A new Burger King restaurant recently opened in Ellisville at 16112 Manchester Road. The managing group of Burger King is rebranding its image, which includes aesthetically overhauling each new restaurant in addition increasing the availability of products like the Impossible WHOPPER®.
Rick Stevens was recently named to the board of Operation Food Search, a nonprofit hunger relief organization. Board members are eligible to serve two consecutive three-year terms.
Stevens has over 25 years of health care experience and holds a master’s degree in public health from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Kristin Anderson Redington, current member and former president of the School District of Clayton Board of Education, has joined The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital as a philanthropy officer. In her new role, she will develop support for transplant research and patient care.
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Ian Barrett and Maggie Johnson-Glover have been named to the executive team at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Barrett joined Barnes-Jewish as vice president of human resources. Barrett has
30 years of human resources experience with an emphasis on multi-year strategic operating plans, organizational strategy and aligning people priorities with overall strategy. Johnson-Glover joined Barnes-Jewish as associate chief nurse. She will support the hospital’s patient care services operations with a focus on clinical improvement initiatives, leader development, and staff recruitment and retention.
The St. Louis Bridge Center announced that Susan Perez and Michael Bono are winners of the 2019 Bridge-Builder Awards, which were established to honor the duplicate bridge players whose honesty, integrity, competence and leadership have earned the respect of the bridge playing community. The St. Louis Bridge Center, a not-for-profit organization established in 2012, was ranked the seventh largest bridge club in the country in 2018.
The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce hosts its general membership meeting at noon [doors open at 11:15 a.m.] on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Persimmon Woods Golf Club, 6401 Weldon Spring Road in Weldon Spring. Sponsored by Stanley Steemer Attendees are encouraged to bring gently used stuffed animals. All will be cleaned, sanitized and donated to area kids in need as part of the annual “Tired Teddies” program. Admission is $30 for members; $35 for guests. A $5 discount applies for registrations through Nov. 18; a $5 surcharge applies to day-of walk-ins; walk-ins will not be guaranteed a meal. Register online at chesterfieldmochamber.com or by calling (636) 532-3399.
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The West St. Louis Chamber of Commerce hosts its general membership meeting from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21 at The Wildwood Hotel, 2801 Fountain Place. Admission is $25 for members; $30 for nonmember guests. There is a $5 surcharge for registration less than 48 hours prior to the luncheon and for walk-ins. To register, call (636) 230-9900.
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The Town & Country-Frontenac Chamber of Commerce hosts its November luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Napoli 2, 1054 Town and Country Crossing. To register, call (3140 223-2237 or visit tcfchamber.com/calendar.