Calendar of Events - Affton Chamber of Commerce
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Annual Awards & Dinner Auction Gala
02/01/20
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Annual Awards & Dinner Auction Gala Volunteer Sign-Up
02/01/20
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February Membership Luncheon
02/13/20
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Key to the 123
03/04/20
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Affton Community & Business Expo
04/15/20
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New Resident Mailing
04/15/20
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New Resident Mailing
07/15/20
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New Resident Mailing
10/15/20
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
12/01/19
 -01/31/20
Winter Gear Drive

Visit any St. Louis County Library branch and donate new warm hats, gloves, mittens or scarves to help local kids and teens in need. Benefiting The Little Bit Foundation

01/28/20
Ambassador Committee Meeting

ambassador (am-bas-uh-der, -dawr)
a person who acts as a representative or promoter of a specified activity
Ambassadors are official representatives of the Affton Chamber that serve as volunteers on the “front-line” of our meetings & events. Help educate prospective members & guests, welcome new members, and facilitate networking. Committee attends Affton Chamber events (meetings, ribbon cuttings, social hours, etc.) and facilitates Key to the 123 Seminar.

Mission Statement: The Affton Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors promote member commitment through raising awareness of Chamber activities and benefits, promoting member engagement in various activities, and serving as a connection between the chamber and its members.

If you are interested in finding out more information about becoming an Ambassador, please contact Mandy.

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01/29/20
 -01/31/20
Navigating Difference (Cultural Competency Training)

Navigating Difference, a 3-day intensive cultural competency training, is for those who work across diversity in communities and want to improve their intercultural effectiveness. Become more aware of your personal and organizational cultures. Examine how your personal and organizational cultures affect your ability to work across difference in both negative and positive ways. Build skills to increase competencies in working with colleagues and communities. Facilitated by St. Louis County Engagement Specialist Dwayne T. James and Boone County Community Development Specialist Letitia Johnson.

Cost is $275 per person. Register by January 22. Space is limited. Once capacity is reached, registration will be closed. Register at extension.missouri.edu/stlouis/classes.aspx

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02/01/20
Annual Awards & Dinner Auction Gala


Come join us and help honor this year's award recipients at the Affton Chamber of Commerce 27th Annual Auction and Awards Dinner.

 

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02/04/20
Embryology: Chicks in the Classroom

Free Embryology training session for educators. Topics include operating incubators, caring for eggs and chicks, managing risk and classroom activities.The Embryology program encourages hands-on learning and discussion of issues related to human and chicken development as children take care of eggs that hatch into chicks. The 2-week session will begin on March 10, 2020 or April 14, 2020. We have a few options for Curricula to enhance your classroom activities: Hatching Classroom Projects (grades 2-5), Experiments in Poultry Science (grades 6-8), and new this year Chick Quest Teacher Guide and Student Log Book. Incubators are available to rent. They will be rented on a first come-first serve basis. Register at extension.missouri.edu/stlouis/classes.aspx.

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02/13/20
February Membership Luncheon

Meeting Presented by STL CAPS students.

$15 Members | $20 Non-Members
Please register by February 7.

Sponsored by Lois Mans Farmers Insurance Agency

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02/17/20
OFFICE CLOSED

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02/19/20
Economic Development Committee Meeting

Members working closely with legislators & government officials to improve Affton.

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02/20/20
Embryology: Chicks in the Classroom

Free Embryology training session for educators. Topics include operating incubators, caring for eggs and chicks, managing risk and classroom activities.The Embryology program encourages hands-on learning and discussion of issues related to human and chicken development as children take care of eggs that hatch into chicks. The 2-week session will begin on March 10, 2020 or April 14, 2020. We have a few options for Curricula to enhance your classroom activities: Hatching Classroom Projects (grades 2-5), Experiments in Poultry Science (grades 6-8), and new this year Chick Quest Teacher Guide and Student Log Book. Incubators are available to rent. They will be rented on a first come-first serve basis. Register at extension.missouri.edu/stlouis/classes.aspx.

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02/25/20
Ambassador Committee Meeting

ambassador (am-bas-uh-der, -dawr)
a person who acts as a representative or promoter of a specified activity
Ambassadors are official representatives of the Affton Chamber that serve as volunteers on the “front-line” of our meetings & events. Help educate prospective members & guests, welcome new members, and facilitate networking. Committee attends Affton Chamber events (meetings, ribbon cuttings, social hours, etc.) and facilitates Key to the 123 Seminar.

Mission Statement: The Affton Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors promote member commitment through raising awareness of Chamber activities and benefits, promoting member engagement in various activities, and serving as a connection between the chamber and its members.

If you are interested in finding out more information about becoming an Ambassador, please contact Mandy.

more info...
02/25/20
Embryology: Chicks in the Classroom

Free Embryology training session for educators. Topics include operating incubators, caring for eggs and chicks, managing risk and classroom activities.The Embryology program encourages hands-on learning and discussion of issues related to human and chicken development as children take care of eggs that hatch into chicks. The 2-week session will begin on March 10, 2020 or April 14, 2020. We have a few options for Curricula to enhance your classroom activities: Hatching Classroom Projects (grades 2-5), Experiments in Poultry Science (grades 6-8), and new this year Chick Quest Teacher Guide and Student Log Book. Incubators are available to rent. They will be rented on a first come-first serve basis. Register at extension.missouri.edu/stlouis/classes.aspx.

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