This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS (Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

Environmental Mutagen Society - Through Thursday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (600)

Regional Consortium For Education And Technology - Today through Wednesday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (1,500)

Central College Health Association - Wednesday through Friday, Hampton Inn-Market Street. (125)

Women In Aviation - Thursday through Saturday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (1,000)

International English Honor Society - Thursday through Saturday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (300)

Midwest Gateway RV Dealers Show - Thursday through Sunday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (6,000)

Turning Point - Clinical Supervision - Friday and Saturday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (150)

Academy Of Hospice Physicians - Friday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (125)

***** MEETINGS

Concrete Council - 6:30 p.m. today, Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Annual "Quality Concrete Awards" dinner featuring presentation of the Concrete Council Award of Honor to Lorry T. Bannes, founder and president of Bannes Consulting Group Inc., in recognition of his lifetime service to the industry. Information: 862-0324.

St. Louis Electrical Board - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Ranken Technical College. Ben Ernst, president of Ranken Tech speaks on "Technical Education: Who Needs It? A Status Report." Joint "Distributors Day" luncheon with Associated General Contractors also includes tour of campus. Information: 968-1000.

Association Of Women In The Metal Industries - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Cerro Copper Products Co. in Sauget, Ill. Meeting includes tour of Cerro plant on Illinois Highway 3 at Mississippi Avenue. Information: Ruth Ahlemeier, 469-0110.

Project Management Institute - American Association Of Cost Engineers - 6 p.m. Tuesday, Engineers' Club of St. Louis. Deborah Kezbaum of Management Resources Inc. speaks at joint meeting. Information: Miles Barnett, 739-6669 or Craig Veteto, 694-5982.

Gateway/2 OS/2 Users' Group - 9 a.m. Tuesday, IBM Customer Service Center, 500 Maryville College Drive. Ron Gines of Connexus Inc. speaks on "Lotus SmartSuite for OS/2." Call Mai Seid, 469-4291 or Gigi Porter, 469-4363.

Medical Marketing Association - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sheraton Westport, 191 Westport Drive. Roger Fritz, founder of Leadership by Design Inc., speaks on "Healthcare in Transition: Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times." Information: Cynthia Cluff, 961-5211.

National Contract Management Association - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Embassy Suites Hotel. Duane Grapperhaus, district director for the St. Louis office of the Federal Contract Compliance Programs, and Debbie Rumpf, contracting officer at U.S. Army Aviation and Troop Command, speak at Gateway chapter meeting. Information: Carol Gardner-Fox, 538-5682 or Jack Cheatham, 618-256-9135.

Human Resource Management Association Of Greater St. Louis - 5 p.m. Wednesday, University Club, 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard. Dory Hollander, Ph.D., president of New Options Inc., speaks on "The Doom Loop: Career Management in the '90s." Information: Ann, 487-2620.

International Association For Financial Planning - 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. St. Louis chapter meeting on the topic of "Non-Qualified Retirement Plans for Individuals and Businesses." Information: 997-3390.

National Association Of Business Economists - St. Louis Society Of Financial Analysts - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Media Club, Laclede Gas Building, 720 Olive Street. Thomas C. Melzer, president and chief executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, speaks on "Price Stability: There is No Better Goal for Monetary Policy! …

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