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Thanks to the efforts of the Rotary Club of Florissant, people cycling in Florissant on the Sunset Greenway trail or other routes now have 10 bicycle racks located throughout Old Town at which they can park they bikes and take a break.
Marcia Pfeiffer, Ph.D., president of St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, has been selected to receive North County Incorporated’s (NCI) Public Service Award. The 2014 award recipients will be honored at NCI’s 37th Annual Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, May 16, at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel.
Will be Honored at May 16 Breakfast
North County Incorporated (NCI) has announced that our annual Business Development, Community Development, Elmer Belsha Leadership, Public Service, and Special Recognition recipients have been chosen and will be honored at NCI’s 37th Annual Breakfast on Friday, May 16, at 7:30 a.m. at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel. This year’s presenting sponsors are HDR Engineering and SSM DePaul Health Center.
By Pat Lindsey
When the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce announced its Business Person of the Year for 2014, it got a two-for-one bonus with Pat and Lora Click, the husband and wife team that owns Click Heating and Cooling in Florissant. The Clicks were surprised to hear their names announced at the Chamber’s Nite of Stars gala in December and have been looking forward to a dinner given in their honor at Norwood Country Club on April 11..
Jon Vogt, general manager of Catering To You, will be installed as the 2014 chairman of the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors on April 11 at Norwood Hills Country Club. He was chairman of the successful Business Showcase event.
Vogt, a lifelong resident of North County, attended Hazelwood West High School and Florissant Valley Community College. He currently lives in Florissant with his fiancé, Ali and their two boys Mason, 5, and Colin, 3.
By Nichole Fetters
The 26th Annual Greater North County Business Showcase was a hit at the James J Eagan Center on March 22 with nearly 1000 attending the event, which was the second year in a row at the civic center. A total of 62 area businesses and services and 11 local restaurants filled the gymnasium with food, freebies, and information on what North County has to offer.