Sedalia Business Women’s Week
October 21-28, 2018
Senator Sandy Crawford read the Governor’s Proclamation
Sedalia Mayor John Kehde read the city’s proclamation of
Business Women’s Week
Sedalia Business Women’s Week Activities
Service Project: Pettis County Community Santa
Donations of games, toys, and monetary gifts will be collected throughout the week
Sunday October 21
The 38th Annual Chicken Dinner, 11-2, Shrine Club
Monday October 22
Past President’s Dinner, Ivory Grille,
Monday October 22
Lunch with Rotary 12 p.m. ($10) reservations requested
Wednesday October 24
Friendship Lunch at El Tapatio, 11:30, reservations requested
Thursday Oct 25
Social Fun Night, Bunco at Shrine, 6 – 9 p.m. Invite a friend! ($5)
Friday October 26
Finalize Service Project: Drop off donations at McMillin’s State Farm Office (1437 Thompson Blve) or Betty Albrecht (660-473-2282)
Sunday October 28
Church with President Donna at St. Paul’s Lutheran 9 a.m.
Lunch at Colton’s 11:30 after services (reservations required)
October 15-21, 2017
Mayor’s Proclamation at the October SBW Meeting
Sunday, October 15
9:30 AM: Attend Church with President
Bethel Assembly, 1201 N. William Parkhurst Dr.
Noon: Lunch at Colton’s
Monday, October 16
Noon: Lunch with Rotary (pay at door $9)
Tuesday, October 17
Past Presidents’ Dinner, Ivory Grille (Invitation only)
Wednesday, October 18
6 – 9 PM: Membership “Ready to Roll on Ladies Night”
Shrine Club: $5
Thursday, October 19
11:30 AM: El Espolon on HWY 65, Friendship Lunch
4:30 PM – 8:30 PM Women’s Health Expo
Free Event. Please Bring a Nonperishable Food Item
Friday, October 20
Finalize our Service Project
Sunday, October 22
11:00 AM – 2 PM CHICKEN DINNER!
Business Women’s Week, Oct 16-22, 2016
SERVICE PROJECT: Monetary donations and school supplies will be collected throughout the week for C.A.C.T.U.S. . Donations may be dropped off at Thompson Hills, 906 Thompson Blvd., Sedalia, MO or Trans Central Suppliers, 4701 S. Limit Ave., Sedalia, MO
Sunday, October 16th – Worship with SBW President, Donna Hirner-Gardner at First Baptist Church, 200 E. 6th St., Sedalia. (meet at 10:30 a.m.)
- Lunch at Fitter’s, 500 S. Ohio St., Sedalia (meet at noon)
Monday, October 17th – Lunch with Rotary Club, noon at Best Western, cost $9.00.
– Relax, Renew & Retreat 5 pm-8 pm @ Body Retreat 2, 618 W. 16th St., Sedalia
There was something for everyone and ”it was free”! You may choose to join in a Zumba Gold class @ 5 p.m. or a beginner’s Yoga class @ 6 p.m. Others may enjoy checking out the Passive Exercise/mobility tables or try out the new Circuit exercise equipment. Then of course there is always the option of just relaxing and renewing friendships while enjoying some refreshments.
Tuesday, October 18 Past Presidents’ Dinner at Ivory Grille, Sedalia. This is by invitation of President, Donna Hirner-Gardner to honor past SBW presidents. (Invitations will be mailed and reservations are needed.)
Wednesday, October 19 –– Membership Tea:“Ladies Bunco Night” at Sedalia Shrine Club.
Cost $5.00. Remember to invite prospective members.
Thursday, October 20 — Friendship Lunch at El Espolon, 2400 S. Limit, Sedalia, 11:30 a.m. No reservations needed. Bring your friends.
Friday, October 21 — Finalize Service Project for CACTUS .
Please plan to attend as many events as possible. We encourage you to invite family, friends and prospective members to join in the activities.
- Please remember when you make a reservation you are committing to pay for it.
We are looking forward to a fun week and I hope everyone has a great time!
Michelle Sparks, Chairman, Sedalia Business Women’s Week
* Don’t forget: Sunday, October 23rd will be the 36th Annual SBW Chicken Dinner
2015 Business Women’s Week
Sedalia Business Women celebrated Business Women’s Week with several activities
SERVICE PROJECT: One of the goals this year for our State President, LuAnn Irby, was to raise awareness of the struggles that women face in the military. Keeping that in mind, we elected to recognize our military at Whiteman Air Force Base. We accepted monetary donations throughout the week for the “Warm Heart Fund.” This charitable organization uses the funds to help our military members at WAFB, and their families, in emergency situations.
Sunday, October 18th—9:15 a.m. Breakfast at Golden Corral; 10:30 a.m. First Baptist Church, 200 E. 6th, Sedalia, attended worship service with SBW President Michelle Sparks; 12:30 p.m. group left for social outing to Warm Springs Ranch.
Monday, October 19th—Lunch with Rotary Club, Noon at Best Western, cost $9.00. No reservation needed.
Tuesday, October 20th Membership Tea: “Sip and Paint” at the Painting Parlor, 314 S. Ohio, Sedalia, $25 per person. Membership Chair Debra Andresen set up this fun event for members and prospective members to paint sunflowers.
Wednesday, October 21st
Friendship Lunch at Fitters 5th Street, 500 S. Ohio, 11:30 a.m. No reservations needed. Bring your friends!
Thursday, October 22nd—Past Presidents’ Dinner at Ivory Grille, 317 S. Ohio, Sedalia. President Michelle Sparks hosted this event to honor past SBW Presidents.
At the past presidents dinner we had a surprise. Sally Lockett from Sisters & Co. showed us how to make several outfits out of one. Linda Fisher, Debbie Ulmer and Donna Hirner-Gardner had fun modeling the outfits!
Friday, October 23rd—We finalized our Service Project for the “Warm Heart Fund.”
Yay! The final amount raised for the Warm Heart Fund was $321!
Women of the Year and Employer of the Year and Business of the Year will be announced and honored at the November 5th Public Relations Dinner.
Business Women’s Week was great fun! Thanks to everyone who participated.
Carol Sawyer, Chair, Missouri Business Women’s Week