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AWARDS

Professional Research Consultants Inc. gave the Rehabilitation Center at Anderson Hospital in Maryville its 2012 Professional Research Consultant 5-Star Award for Excellence.

Bill Luchini, president of Capstone Development Group in Clayton, received the Illinois Governor's Award for Excellence in Affordable Housing for a new housing development in Jerseyville.

HELPING OUT

Bausch & Lomb gave a nearly $1.1 million grant to the Lifelong Vision Foundation of St. Louis, including Pepose Vision Institute as the coordinating site for a study evaluating the antiviral drug ganciclovir gel as a treatment for pink eye.

The Boulevard - St. Louis raised and donated $2,968 to St. Louis Food Outreach.

Rosen Publishing and state Rep. Tishaura Jones, D-St. Louis, donated a total of 9,000 books to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis, Mathews-Dickey Boys & Girls Club and the Head Start Program of the St. Louis Metropolitan Urban League.

More than 160 Anheuser-Busch employees and family members participated in a Builder Day for Habitat for Humanity St. Louis, helping construct five homes in University City and five more in the Carondelet neighborhood of St. Louis.

Olneya Restoration Group employees installed two roofs for Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County at homes in St. Charles.

MOVING

LDI Integrated Pharmacy Services moved its headquarters:

701 Emerson Road

Suite 301

Creve Coeur, Mo. 63141

314-652-3121

NEW BUSINESS

IC Management Inc. added two medical practices to its roster of clients for medical billing and accounting services, Rosewood Physical Therapy Ltd. and Cheely Chiropractic Ltd., both of East Alton.

Schoen Walton Telken and Foster LLC law firm hired Grandone Media Strategies to develop a comprehensive marketing plan for the firm. …

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