This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

Missouri Restaurant Association - Through Tuesday, Holiday Inn-Convention Center. (20,000) Missouri Governor's Conference On Aging - Through Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. (700) American Feed Industry Association - Tuesday through Friday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (300) University Of Missouri-Rolla - Minority Engineering Program Administrators - Wednesday through Friday, Airport Hilton Hotel. (75) National Association Of Independent Schools - Thursday and Friday, Fontenac Hilton Hotel. (60) University Of Missouri-Rolla - Cold Formed Steel Conference - Thursday and Friday, Marriott Pavilion Hotel. (125) Wyncom Inc. - Dr. Tom Peters Seminar - Thursday, Doubletree Hotel & America's Center. (1,000) Sverdrup Civil Inc. - Fall Retreat - Thursday through Saturday, Doubletree Suites. (55) PRC Environmental Management Inc. - Thursday through Sunday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (700) Society Of Environmental Journalists - Thursday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (500) Society Of Women Engineers - Friday through Sunday, Ramada Inn-Henry VIII. (50) Bull Terrier Club Of America - International Annual Championship - Friday through Sunday, Airport Hilton Hotel. (400) St. Louis Herpetological Society - Friday through Sunday, Holiday Inn-Airport North. (300) MEETINGS American Society Of Women Accountants - 6 p.m. today, Sheraton Westport Inn. St. Louis chapter meeting includes panel discussion on the "National Convention Program Presentation." Information: Sue Wolverson, 961-2026. Society Of Logistics Engineers - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, East Meets West Restaurant, 4045 North Cloverleaf in St. Peters. Robert Norris speaks on "Logistics in Transportation." Information: George Stark, 234-4860. Network Of Employee Benefit Professionals - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Junior League of St. Louis, 10435 Clayton Road. Annual workshop meeting includes Q and A session with Rep. Jim Talent. Information: Linda Millman, 241-9090 or Ruth Bryer, 621-1162. Air & Waste Management Association - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Joe Hanon's Restaurant, Dorsett Road at I-270. John Pelzer, executive vice president of the Missouri Petroleum Marketers Association, speaks on "Recent Changes with Missouri "Petroleum Storage Tank Laws." Information: Cynthia Pavelka, 982-4716. St. Louis Electrical Board - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Junior League of St. Louis. David Guard, supervisor-new technology with Union Electric Co., gives an "Introduction to the Internet." Information: 968-1000. American Society For Quality Control - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Holiday Inn-Southwest, Viking Conference Center. Meeting on "Benchmarking and Competitive Comparisons." Call Mike Carroll, 618-692-2069. Real Estate League Of Greater St. Louis - 6 p.m. Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. 55th Anniversary meeting includes annual "Bosses Night." Information: Diana Moore or Wendy Warden, 727-2900. Women In Communication Inc. - 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, Schneithorst's Hofamberg Inn. Jordan Palmer, producer of "Show Me St. Louis" for KSDK-TV Channel 5, speaks. Information: 351-9666. Human Resources Management Association Of Greater St. Louis Inc. - 5 p.m. Wednesday, University Club. Attorney Stephen Levison, editor on the Research Institute of America's Human Resource Advisor for Windows, speaks on the "Americans with Disabilities Act." Information: Ann, 487-2620. National Association Of Business Economists - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Media Club, Laclede Gas Building, 720 Olive Street. Jack Triplett, chief economist, Bureau of Economic Analysis, speaks on "Reinventing What We Mean by `Industry.' " Information: Kevin Kliesen, 444-8583. National Association Of Women Business Owners - 6 p.m. Wednesday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. Political discussion by Joan Jelly Horn, candidate for Congress; Rep. …

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