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Deputy Jimmy Moore of the Pettis County Sheriff Office and Officer Shania Fox of the Sedalia Police Department, both K9 handlers at their agencies, gave an informative and entertaining presentation about canines in law enforcement and what to do if … Continue reading
President Robin Balke introduced the guest speaker, Alona Boggess-Reid, former police officer and CSI technician supervisor. Due to the cancellation of the February Foundation Meeting, the Red Purse Raffle and Silent Auction were held to raise funds for scholarships. Laura … Continue reading
Due to inclement weather, the February meeting was cancelled. The Red Purse Raffle will be held at the March 3 Meeting.
The January 6 SBW meeting was under the direction of the Membership Committee. India McCullough, Mickey Pulliam, and Nikki Smith, from the Center for Human Services were the guest speakers. They gave an informative presentation about “Disability Etiquette,” which included … Continue reading
With the $700 donated by SBW members, the Holiday Basket committee co-chairs, Krista Eschbacher and Michelle Sparks, shopped for the family adopted for the holiday. Thanks to SBW member and Open Door Executive Director, Amanda Davis, some food items, personal … Continue reading
We didn’t have photos of everyone who volunteered to ring the bells for the Salvation Army. Thank you to the following SBW members for ringing the bell, raising $312.58 December 4, 2021: Debbie Ulmer, Bobbie Wilson, Katie Kirby, Janice Cones, … Continue reading
Julie White, of the Sedalia Democrat, presented a certificate to the Sedalia Business Women for being named a “Star Business” in the category of Civic Club in the 2021 Best of Sedalia public survey held by the newspaper. As the … Continue reading
The Business Women of Missouri held their winter board meeting December 4 and 5, at Best Western in Sedalia. Friday night the BWM Foundation held and auction that raised over $3,000 for BWM scholarships. Saturday’s board meeting, led by BWM … Continue reading
The Sedalia Business Women held their monthly dinner meeting, Thursday, December 2. Membership chair, Julie Slocum, installed nine new members. Members exchanged holiday gifts following the directions of a story that President Robin Balke read.
Robin Balke talked about the club’s recent service project, a collection of needed items for the United Way, and presented them to United Way’s director, Catterina Riddle. Co-Women of the Year Awarded to Joanna Anderson and Lori Wightman. Congratulations! Betty … Continue reading