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Rise Schreiber, Village North administrator, (left) presents Julia Tegler, head cook and supervisor for 30 years, with a plaque honoring her dedicated service.
(Special to the Independent News)
Over 90 bowlers competed in the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce 2012 Scholarship Bowl on Aug. 1 at AMF Dick Weber Lanes.
The event netted over $5,000 for the Chamber’s education fund, which awards college scholarships to local students.
It was a little more than two years ago when J.C. Penney, Inc. announced its departure from the outlet business, and many North County residents worried that the future of the JCPenney Outlet at 246 Jamestown Mall, which has served the area for more than 12 years, was in jeopardy. But thanks to last year’s purchase of the chain by SB Capital Group, operations in the Florissant area have been maintained, and the JCPenney Outlet, soon to become JC’s 5 Star Outlet, and remains a positive fixture in the community.
The St. Louis County Municipal League recently held its First Annual Muni Awards presentations. The awards were created to recognize outstanding leadership in the region. The league also installed new officers.
Tickets are still available for the Greater North County Chamber of Commerce”s Annual Installation Dinner on April 13 at 6 p.m. at Norwood Hills Country Club. The chamber recently announced that is has selected Bonnie Barczykowski as its 2012 Outstanding Business Person of the Year.