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Business Briefs: Sept. 26


A Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care location is now open at 2031 Zumbehl Road in Bogey Hills Plaza. The St. Charles location is the fifth to open in the St. Louis region. Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Cares are open seven days a week, with hours from 8 a.m.-8p.m., Monday to Friday; and 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

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SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – Lake Saint Louis has opened the doors to its newly renovated SSM Health Cardinal Glennon pediatric emergency department. The space features a kid-friendly with features like interactive floors, color-changing LED lights, and iPads pre-loaded with content. In 2017 the emergency department had more than 6,000 pediatric visits.

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Cabin Crew members [from left] Doug Norris, Brad Hanson, Mark Birchler, Wayne Edwards, Chuck Magnuson, Lynn Laws, John Welter and Dan Adelsberger. Not pictured: Gary Barton, Nick Bommarito, Dale Clausen, Bernie Cosby, Logan Joehl, Joe Orf, Dick Schoene, Bob Soderholm and John Winkler

Turning Point, a non-profit that serves individuals and families in Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery, Warren and western St. Charles counties, recently benefitted from countless hours of volunteer service by the Innsbrook Historical Society Cabin Crew. With varying degrees of experience in carpentry and electric, the Cabin Crew retrofitted the space at Turning Point’s facilities to better suit the needs of the shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence.


Cedar Lake Cellars has hired Larry Pearson as its general manager. Prior to joining Cedar Lake Cellars, Pearson worked as the general manager of Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. 

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Justin Pham of St. Peters, has joined Wiegmann Associates as a project engineer. Pham is responsible for designing and selecting HVAC systems for client facilities, and provides mechanical engineering support on construction projects. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science & Technology in Rolla.

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Todd Streff has been named executive director of the Skills Center, Boone Center, Inc.’s first-of-its-kind vocational training center for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Streff has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in behavior analysis and therapy. Most recently he was the founder and executive director of Streff Behavior Consulting, which provided program design, training and consultation to school districts, private facilities, and parents to establish and implement applied behavior analysis programs.

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Arrow Senior Living Management has announced that Cora Butler, JD, RN, CHC, has joined the company as its first chief wellness officer. In addition to wellness and clinical programs, Butler will have oversight for regulatory compliance for the company. She previously was CEO of HealthCore Value Advisors, a company she founded in 2014.


The Greater St. Charles Chamber of Commerce hosts its monthly Lunch with Leaders from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Bogey Hills Country Club, 1120 Country Club Road in St. Charles. Admission is $30 for members; $35 for non-member guests. Register early and receive a $5 discount. Register online at gstccc.com or email Lori Tainer at lori@gstccc.com.

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The O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries hosts a Morning Schmooze event from 7:30-9 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18 at The Restaurant Shop, 975 West Terra Lane in O’Fallon. This is a free event, but registration is appreciated. Register online at ofallonchamber.org.

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