(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)
Grain & Feed Association Of Illinois - Through Tuesday, Adam's
Mark Hotel. (1,700)
MW Model United Nations - Wednesday through Saturday, Hyatt
Regency Hotel at St. Louis Union Station. (650)
Washington University School Of Medicine - Radiation-Oncology
Department - Thursday through Saturday, Doubletree Mayfair Hotel.
Shoe Management Co. - MacShow - Thursday through Saturday,
Ramada Inn-Henry VIII. (5,000)
American Athletic Association Of The Deaf - Basketball
Tournament - Thursday through Sunday, Holiday Inn-Convention
Asgrow Seed Co. - Thurs.-Mon., Feb. 28, Radisson Hotel-Clayton.
American Bible Society - Friday and Saturday, Holiday
Inn-Southwest, Viking Conference Center. (75)
Missouri Association Of Tax Practitioners - 6:30 p.m. today,
Sunset 44 Restaurant. O'Neill Wyss of Creative Assett Management
speaks on "Megatrends under Clintonomics." Information: Charles
Association Of Women In The Metal Industries - 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Schneithorst's Hofamberg Inn. Panel discussion on "Demystifying
Metallurgy." Information: Ruth Ahlemeier, 469-0110.
American Business Women's Association - 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Pietro's Restaurant, 3801 Watson Road. Donna Smith speaks on
"Support Dogs: Mini Miracles." Information: Shirley Green, 367-5658.
International Association Of Business Communicators - Noon
Tuesday, Daniele Hotel, 216 North Meramec Avenue in Clayton. Margie
Wilson, a free-lance writer specializing in video and multimedia
scripts, and Shane Hieronymus, a multimedia producer and owner of
Pegasus Productions, speak on "Using Multimedia in Corporate
Communications." Information: 863-6232.
St. Louis Women's Commerce Association - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday,
Junior League of St. Louis, 10405 Clayton Rd. Pamela Miller,
executive VP of Creative Solutions Inc., on "Establishing and
Leading a Company to Success." Call Karen Dowd, 466-7473.
St. Louis Electrical Board - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Engineer's
Club, 4359 Lindell Boulevard. Joint meeting with allied engineering
societies as part of National Engineer's Week. Information:
Society Of Consumer Affairs Professionals In Business - 11:30
a.m. Wednesday, The Sevens, 7777 Bonhomme Avenue in Clayton. A
representative from the U.S. Consumer Information Center in Pueblo,
Colo., speaks on "Cooperative Publishing." Information: Karen
National Association Of Business Economists - 5:15 p.m.
Thursday, Radisson Hotel-Clayton. David Resler, chief economist for
Nomura Securities USA, speaks on the "U.S. Economy in 1994"
Data Processing Management Association - 5:30 p.m. Thursday,
Holiday Inn-Westport, 1973 Craigshire Road. Panel discussion on
"Making the Switch to Client Server: A Programmer's Perspective."
Information: 569-3113. …