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Business Briefs: Aug. 5

Megan Theodore
Megan Theodore

PLACES

After 17 years as a stylist, Megan Theodore has opened SALON|M at 7700 Clayton Road. She is Balayage, Foilayage, Bellami, Hotheads, Diva Curl and Platinum Seamless extensions certified. In addition to being a hair color specialist and Keratin Complex smoothing treatment expert, she has advanced experience in brow shaping; short, fine and textured hair, and men’s styling.

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Culligan Water of St. Louis announced the opening of its new location at 630 Spirit of St. Louis Blvd. in Chesterfield. The new dealership will bring both residential and commercial water treatment services under one roof, making it easier for customers to get in touch with their local water expert. Customers can also pick up water softener salt, replacement water filters and other equipment parts st the location. 

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First Community Credit Union was recently announced as the “Best In-State Credit Union” in Missouri by Forbes. This is its third annual “America’s Best Credit Unions” list. Forbes polled nearly 25,000 U.S. customers on their banking relationships. From there, financial institutions were scored on overall recommendations and satisfaction, trust, terms and conditions, branch services, digital services and financial advice. There are 5,236 credit unions nationwide and only 3.5% of those made the list. They were also selected for St. Louis Magazine’s A-List Awards for “Top Mortgage Provider” as well as one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s “Top 10 Largest Mortgage Lenders” in the region.

PEOPLE

Assistance League of St. Louis has named members of 2020-21 Board of Directors. The new members are President Elect Yolanda Perez-Cunningham, Ladue; President Dawn Thomas, Town & Country; Secretary Mary Cullmann, St. Louis; Vice President of Strategic Planning Marilyn Panter, Ballwin; Vice President and Treasurer Edna Merz, Ellisville; Vice President of Membership Sandy Brody, Manchester; Vice President of Marketing Communications Marita Perlak, Chesterfield; Vice President Education Sandy Thal of Town & Country; Vice President of Philanthropic Programs Pam Bogosian, Chesterfield; Vice President of Fund Development Connie Curran, Chesterfield; and Parliamentarian Bette Goette, Ballwin. The Assistance League is run by over 500 volunteers. The organization’s mission is to identify, develop, fund and implement ongoing philanthropic programs to serve specific needs of St. Louis children and adults.

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“Got Testosterone?” by Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb, a licensed professional counselor, just garnered the First Place Independent Press Award in the category of Men’s Health. The book shares how all-natural, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can reverse the clock and help lessen the symptoms of age-related diseases such as, diabetes cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, osteoporosis, obesity, high cholesterol among other health issues. Maupin is a Creve Coeur resident, physician and medical director of BioBalance Health.

EVENTS

The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce hosts its general membership meeting at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 19 as a virtual meeting. The guest speaker is Jeff Mason, author, podcaster, speaker, and customer satisfaction enthusiast. 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 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 27 at Forest Hills Country Club, 36 Forest Club Drive in Chesterfield. Admission is $30 for members; $35 for nonmember guests. There is a $5 surcharge for registration less than 48 hours prior to the luncheon and for walk-ins. This meeting is subject to change to virtual format. To register or for meeting format updates, visit westcountychamber.com or call (636) 230-9900.

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