Our medical renewal this past year was challenging. Through the Missouri Chamber Federation medical plan, Williams Brothers Meat Company was able to obtain a substantial savings while improving our coverage. We would like to the the Chamber for offering this benefit to the membership. We encourage Chamber members to consider contacting Schroepfer Bauer Insurance for more details. Scott's team was informative and did a great job assisting with the implementation of this plan for our company.
Steve & Karen Williams
Williams Brothers Meat Company
City of Washington – Parks & Recreation
1220 South Lake Shore Drive, Washington, MO 63090
Phone (636)390-1080 Fax (636)390-2050
We accept cash or check only!
Ask the Expert: Fire Prevention Tips
FIRE ESCAPE PLANS
When there is a fire, Get Out and Stay Out!
You may have less than 2 minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds.
COOKING IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF WINTER HOME FIRES
HEATING IS THE SECOND LEADING CAUSE OF HOME FIRES
FIRE PREVENTION SAVES LIVES
Volunteer Fire Company
The Company's 67 volunteer firefighters provide the manpower for calls to the Washington Fire Department and the Washington Community Fire District.
Professional Volunteer Service since 1852.
The City of Washington Fire Department owns a great deal of equipment that is utilized by the Washington Community Fire District, and provides training for the volunteers of the Fire Company.
Washington Community Fire Protection District
This district funds fire and rescue service for unincorporated areas of the Washington Community through a property tax. The district is assisted by the Volunteer Company and City Department.
The presentation will be held at 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, in the lower level of the Chamber. Coffee and doughnuts will be served.
Chamber President Jennifer Giesike said the program is free and open to the public. A question and answer session will follow the brief presentation. “We just want to give the general public an opportunity to learn about the renewal of the tax and ask any questions they might have,” Giesike said.
The Chamber Board of Directors recently voted unanimously to endorse renewal of the half-cent capital improvement sales tax and provide financial assistance to the campaign for passage.
On April 3, 2018, City of Washington voters will once again be asked to approve the existing Half Cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax. It is not a new tax but a renewal of a tool that has provided our community with a wide array of benefits for the last 29 years. With these funds, the following projects that have been completed: the new Fire Training Center, recreational parks and pool, City Hall and Library renovation and expansion, the new Public Safety Building, installation of Code Red emergency notification system, construction of the Main Stage facility, and an improved Senior Citizen Center location. Projects for the 2018 renewal have been identified after an extensive review by City departments, community groups, and citizens. Information on projects can be found at www.washmochamber.org/localprogress or requested from the City or Chamber offices.
The Washington Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted unanimously to endorse the tax and to provide financial assistance to the campaign for passage on April 3. The Chamber invites you to join the effort by adding the name of your company or organization to the list of those endorsing the Half Cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax. The list will be used in the campaign ads and literature. There is no fee or charge to add your name to the list. Simply respond to this email with the name of your company or organization. If we can supply you with brochures or a speaker for an event, please feel free to ask.
Jennifer Giesike, CFE
Washington Area Chamber of Commerce
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