This Week in St. Louis Business

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This Week in St. Louis Business


CONVENTIONS

(Estimated attendance in parentheses.)

CEEM Inc. Internal Auditor Meeting - Monday and Tuesday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (16) CEEM Inc. Lead Audition Meeting - Monday through Friday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (22) National Conference of Black Mayors - Wednesday through Friday, Regal Riverfront. (450) Black Adventist Youth Directors Association - Wednesday through Sunday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (30,000) Sanofi Diagnostics Pasteur - Wednesday through Friday, Doubletree Club. (30) 8th Special Construction Battalion Reunion - Thursday through Sunday, Henry VIII Hotel. (90) National Association of Counties NACO Workshop - Friday through Sunday, Embassy Suites Hotel. (120) Rotary International - Friday and Saturday, Marriott West. (600) Advanced Marketing Seminars - Basic Building Blocks to Success Seminar - Friday through Monday, Marriott Pavilion. (700) National Association of Neonatal Nurses Clinical Update - Friday through Sunday, Hyatt Regency Hotel. (300) National Air Duct Cleaners Association Certification Exam Meeting - Friday through Sunday, Doubletree Hotel. (40) Ligonier Ministries Spring Conference - Friday and Sunday, Hampton Inn Chesterfield. (1,200) Monsanto Co. Environmental Conference - Sunday through Wednesday, Hyatt Regency. (250) Society for Hospital Epidemiology of America - Sunday through Tuesday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (800) Urban Land Institute - Sunday through Sunday, May 4, Adam's Mark Hotel. (1,700) Counselors of Real Estate - Sunday through Wednesday, Adam's Mark Hotel. (250) MEETINGS Missouri Association of Tax Practitioners - 6 p.m. today, Sheraton West Port Inn, 191 West Port Plaza Drive. Mike Scott speaks on "Accountants Traveling the World Wide Web." Information: Charles M. Kinder, 434-7310. St. Louis Chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants - 6 p.m. today, Sheraton West Port Inn. Information: Sue Wolverson, 961-2026. Drake Beam Morin Inc. - 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sheraton Chalet West Port. R. Michael Lowenbaum, partner at Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal's, speaks on "Legal Human Resource Issues in 1997." Information: 453-4990. Tenth Annual Secretary Appreciation Luncheon - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Greenbriar Hills Country Club, 12665 Big Bend Road. Victoria Babu, news anchor for KTVI-Fox 2, speaks on "Nine Lives: How This Cat Beats The Rat Race." Information: 968-1000. Women in Health Administration (WHA) - 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Deaconess Medical Center-Centennial Center. Rose Dunn speaks on "Medical Record Confidentiality." Information: 631-2080. National Association of Purchasing Management - St. Louis - 8 a.m. Wednesday, Viking Conference Center at the Holiday Inn Southwest. Gerald Bruder, president of G. Bruder & Associates, speaks on "Team Building in a Changing Environment." Information: Karen Adrignola, 349-7530. …

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