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The 30th Annual Excellence in Community Development Awards Banquet was a great success. Keynote speaker Lisa Nichols, CEO of Technology Partners, shared an inspiring message with our members and guests. The Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Paul D. Haglin, founder of Spirit of St. Louis Airport.
Congratulations to Tropiclean and Seventh Wave Laboratories for receiving this year's community development awards.
The winners of the 2017 Louis S. Sachs Scholarship are Kaloeb Salter of Parkway North High School, and Logan Paul of Marquette High School.
Many thanks to all our sponsors, members, partners and guests for making our 2017 banquet such a success!
Thanks to our sponsors and special guests, Rep. Bob Burns, Rep. Derek Grier, and John Nations of Bi-State Development Agency for making our 4th Annual Legislative update a great event.
Progress 64 West is so grateful to our partners at MOHELA, Chesterfield Kiwanis, and Color Art. Their generosity, along with the support of our members, have allowed us to refurbish and outfit a new computer lab for the students at the Baden Enrichment STEM Center. Special thanks to our Board Members for attending the ribbon cutting event.
Pictured are Toni Cousins of BESC, President R. B. Clark, III, Pastor Ed Fasnacht of Service International, and some of the students from BESC.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2016 Excellence in Community Development Awards!
Jeremy Sutton, Ranken Technical College - WentzvilleBill Hardie, Keystone Construction CompanyBrad Lambert, Co-Founder of Connections to SuccessTom & Shari Thiel, Chesterfield Fence & Deck Company
Progress 64 West is a not for profit civic organization that promotes growth along the I-64 corridor from I-270 Westward to I-70 through St. Louis and St. Charles Counties in Missouri.
Due to the hard work of citizens, businesses and civic leaders the I-64 Corridor has become the ideal and viable community to shop, dine, work, play and stay. Together they have successfully convinced high tech firms, retail establishments, restaurants and other types of commerce to establish their businesses in our communities. In addition, they play a key role in getting the infrastructures that are needed to support growth.
In order to grow and thrive every community needs commerce. When responsible corporate partners locate within a community residents realize not only an increase in job opportunities, but lower taxes, a higher quality education system, along with many other amenities that would not be possible without the added tax dollars commerce pays.
Founded in 1987, Progress 64 West has not-for-profit and tax exempt status under Section 501(c)4 of the United States Internal Revenue Code.