This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

Circle K International - Through Wednesday, Hyatt Regency Hotel at St. Louis Union Station. (1,000)

American Correctional Association - Through Thursday, Regal Riverfront Hotel. (5,000)

International Society For Clinical Laboratory Technology - Tuesday through Saturday, Sheraton West Port Inn. (300)

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity Inc. - Wednesday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (350)

Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine Of North And South - Imperial Council Session - Friday through Aug. 20, Adam's Mark Hotel. (30,000)

Recovering Couples Anonymous World Service Organization - Friday through Sunday, Frontenac Hilton Hotel. (250) MEETINGS

Commercial Real Estate Women - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Earthways Home, 3617 Grandel Square. Meeting includes tour of the recently completed "state of the art" Earthways Home. Information: Jacqueline Becker, 770-4437.

Gateway/2 OS/2 Users Group - 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, IBM Customer Service Center, 500 Maryville College Drive. Phil Clement of IOMEGA speaks on "Hardware and Software Archival Strategies." Information: Mai Seid, 554-9291 or Gigi Porter, 554-9104.

Midwest Secretarial Services Network - 7 p.m. Tuesday, St. Louis County Library, 1640 South Lindbergh Boulevard, West Room. Meeting on the topic of "Desktop Publishing Secrets." Information: 957-9280.

Women In Energy Inc. - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Charlie Gitto's On the Hill, 5226 Shaw Avenue. Julianne Heins of Mississippi River Transmission Corp. …

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