This Week in St. Louis Business

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), May 13, 1996 | Go to article overview

This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

College And University Personnel Association - Through Wednesday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (250)

National Society For Arts And Letters - Today through Sunday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. (150)

National Society Of Letters - Today through Sunday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. (150)

Association Of Desk And Derrick Clubs In North America - Wednesday through Sunday, Sheraton West Port Inn. (100)

Electrical Apparatus Service Association - Wednesday through Sunday, Ad am's Mark Hotel. (75)

Picker Institute - Wednesday through Friday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (500)

American Society Of Neuro-Physiological Monitoring - Wednesday through Saturday, Embassy Suites-Downtown. (275)

Ombudsman Association - Thursday through Saturday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (500)

Department Of Elementary And Secondary Education - Friday and Saturday, Ramada Inn-Henry VIII. (1,100)

Streetball Partners International - St. Louis Hoop It Up - Friday through Sunday, Doubletree Suites Hotel. (1,000)

Stamp Camp And Co. - Rubber Stamp Retreat - Friday through Sunday, Marriott West Hotel. (75)

Independent Sealing Distributors - Friday through Sunday, Doubletree Suites. (100)

Carlton Sheets Workshops - Friday through Sunday, Stouffer Renaissance Hotel. (100)

MEETINGS

Insurance Auditors Association - 11:30 a.m. today, Joe Hanon's Restaurant, Dorsett Road at I-270. Leah Montgomery of Maryland Casualty speaks on "Organizational Systems." Information: Gary Johnson, 821-8273.

American Society Of Women Accountants - 6 p.m. today, Stouffer Renaissance Hotel, 9801 Natural Bridge Road. Liz Alhand, senior vice president-finance for SSM Health Care System, speaks at annual Public Relations dinner. Information: Aileen Condon, 361-4107.

National Association Of Independent Fee Appraisers - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Joe Hanon's Restaurant. Frank McAtee, national director of NAIFA, speaks at meeting. Information: 239-5534.

Association Of Women In The Metals Industry - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Stupp Brothers Bridge & Iron, 3800 Weber Road. St. Louis chapter meeting includes tour of Stupp Bros. Information: Lisa Bailey, 851-9388.

Society Of Women Engineers - 5 p.m. Tuesday, Helen Fitzgerald's Irish Grill, 3660 Lindbergh Boulevard. Nancy Morgan, owner of NHM Computer Consultants, and Annette Habig, owner of InService Seminars, speak on "Creativity." Information: Karen Herbert, 837-4872.

Gateway/2 OS/2 User's Group - 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, IBM Customer Service Center, 500 Maryville College Drive. James Van Dillen of Van Dillen and Flood P.C., and Bryan Ferguson of Safety National Casualty Corp., demonstrate the Arcada Backup for OS/2. Information: Mai Seid, 469-4291.

St. Louis Society Of Women Certified Public Accountants - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dillard's Garden Room, St. Louis Galleria. Joan Denison, image consultant for KTVI-TV Channel 2, speaks on "Image as Your Personal Calling Card." Information: Tammy Brown, 727-8150 or Sandy Steiger, 846-2540.

League Of Women Voters Of St. Louis County - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Joe Hanon's Restaurant. Former police chief Clarence Harmon speaks on "Gun Control." Information: Gail Hafer, 961-6869.

National Contract Management Association - 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Yacovelli's Restaurant. Thomas House, executive director of Aviation Research, Development and Engineering for U.S. Army Aviation and Troop Command, speaks on "Performance-Based Procurements with Government-Industry Integrated Product Teams." Information: Lynette Blackburn, 777-5542.

Human Resources Management Association Of Greater St. Louis - 5 p.m. Wednesday, University Club, 1034 South Brentwood Boulevard. Thomas Fleming, human resource manager for IBM Corp.-Midwest, speaks on "Human Resource's Role in the Virtual Workforce. …

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