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CARL JUNCTION AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CHAMBER NEWS
INSIDE
THIS ISSUE
Contact Us____________ 2
Ribbon Cutting
eSteam _____________ 2
City Wide Sale_________ 2
Community & Education
Awards Photos ______ 3-6
New Members _________ 7
Chamber Members _____ 7
Member Spotlight:
Joplin Pool & Spa_____ 8
Upcoming Dates _______ 8
Business Workshop ____ 8
NETWORKING
AT NOON
Mark your calendars for the
Carl Junction Chamber's
upcoming Networking at
Noon lunch! Our
Networking at Noon sponsor is Edward Jones
Financial Advisor Brad
McIntyre.The Networking
at Noon lunch will be held
Thursday, May 8, from 12-1
pm at the Briarbrook
Restaurant, 502 Briarbrook
Drive (at the golf course).
Cost is just $5 per person,
and includes your lunch!
Bring your business cards
and appetite, and be prepared to Network at Noon!
M AY
2014
C O M M U N I T Y & E D U C AT I O N
AWA R D S B A N Q U E T 2 0 1 4
Opportunity Club was
given the Junior Youth
Award, and the Senior
Youth Award was given to
The 14th annual Carl
Future Business Leaders of
Junction Community and
America. Helping Hands
Education Awards Banquet
won the Benevolent
on Thursday recognized
Concerns
those individAward, given
uals, organizato a religioustions, educabased organitors and busization or indinesses that
vidual promotmade contriing local misbutions to
sion and outthe commureach.
nity over the
Spinning
past year.
Wheels Skate
The cateCenter won
gories were
the
chosen by
Destination
the Chamber
Carl Junction
of
award for
Commerce,
bringing posiand the nomtive attention
inees were
to the commuwrite-ins.
nity by proJean Roy
moting their
was named
Citizen of the CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: won by Jean Roy (center), with nominees Ron & business as a
destination.
Year, which
Mary Forbis (back left and center), and Dixie Asbell (back right)!
Excellence
honors a Carl
in Customer Service was
ment of Carl Junction, was
Junction resident who has
awarded to S&S
given to Little Libraries.
made the community betComputers.
Bright Futures won the
ter through service.
Carl Fowler was named
Health Promotion and
Bud Rogers was named
Chamber Member of the
Family Concerns Award,
Outstanding Senior Citizen,
Year.
which is given to an indiwhich is an award given to
Heath Brothers Barber
vidual or group that activea Carl Junction resident age
Shop was named Rising
ly promotes healthy
55 or older who has conBusiness of the Year while
lifestyles and/or improving
tributed to improving the
the Carl Junction Post
family life in the Carl
well-being of the communiOffice was named Business
Junction area.
ty.
of the Year.
The Carl Junction
The Beautification Award
(Continued on Page 8)
Leadership Experience and
was given to the Carl
By Katie Lamb
[email protected]
Junction Cultivators Club.
The Civic and
Community Service Award,
presented to an organization or group that promotes civic pride and
involvement to the better-
TWO
C H A M B E R
N E W S
MAY 2014
C O N TAC T U S
Carl Junction Area
Chamber of Commerce
“The area’s fastest growing
chamber! Come grow with us!”
Phone: 417-649-8846
Fax: 417-649-6843
E-mail:
[email protected]
Website:
CarlJunctionCC.com
Facebook:
“Like” us on Facebook!
CITY WIDE SALE - The Carl Junction Spring City Wide Sale was April 26. Neither rain, thunder or even hail could dampen
the spirit of the thousands of visitors who flowed into Carl Junction. The result was bumper to bumper traffic and a
huge boost for our local economy.
Follow us on Twitter:
CJChamberOfCommerce
E-mail:
[email protected]
Connect with Your Chamber on
Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn!
INTERNSHIPS
Please contact Gary
Stubblefield for internship
opportunities with the
Carl Junction Area
Chamber of Commerce.
eSTEAM RIBBON CUTTING - The Carl Junction Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed new member, eSteam Studios,
with a ribbon cutting. The business, located at 1200 Briarbrook Drive, Suite A (Fir & Briarbrook), is owned by Edward Brown
and Lizbeth Brown.
WE ARE THE ONE STOP SHOP FOR ALL OF YOUR SMALL BUSINESS AND LOGISTICS NEEDS!
Stone’s Corner • (417) 659-8410 • 6031 N. Main Street | Joplin • (417) 626-7555 • 2401 E. 32nd Street
MAY 2014
C H A M B E R
N E W S
THREE
C O M M U N I T Y & E D U C AT I O N W I N N E R S & N O M I N E E S
OUTSTANDING SENIOR CITIZEN: won by the Bud Rogers (center), with nominees Bernie Crosby (left), and Betty Dieter (right)!
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: won by the Carl Junction Post Office (Sharon
Clark, Postmaster, center), with nominees Spinning Wheels Sk8 Center
(the Anderson family, Carrie front left, Chet, Aubry, and Tracy back row),
and Randy's Drive In (Randy Roy, owner, right)!
DESTINATION CARL JUNCTION: won by Spinning Wheels Sk8 Center, with
nominees Vintage Vogue, and CJ Auction Service (not pictured)!
BENEVOLENT CONCERNS: won by Helping Hands (represented by Mary
Ann Thurman, center), with nominees Clair Uitts (left), and Pastor Bill
Kenagy of the CJ United Methodist Church (right)!
FOUR
C H A M B E R
N E W S
MAY 2014
C O M M U N I T Y & E D U C AT I O N W I N N E R S & N O M I N E E S
BEAUTIFICATION: won by the Carl Junction Cultivators Club (represented by
Jayne Sill, at left, Brenda Coleman, holding award, and Betty Houser, far right),
with nominees BYAA (represented by Randy Lyon), and Habitat for
Humanity/CJ Building trades (not pictured).
CIVIC & C0MMUNITY SERVICE: won by Little Libraries (center), and pictured with nominees Carl Junction Lions Club (represented by Jerry Botts)
at right, and the Carl Junction Senior Center (represented by Tammy
Davis) at left!
CHAMBER MEMBER OF THE YEAR: won by Carl Fowler (center), with
nominees Cindy Atteberry (right) and Jason Ray (not pictured)!
EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE: won by S & S Computers (not pictured), but pictured are the Just Call Jo Team (Jo and Audrey) with Dr.
Randall Rohmiller, DDS!
MAY 2014
C H A M B E R
N E W S
FIVE
C O M M U N I T Y & E D U C AT I O N W I N N E R S & N O M I N E E S
RISING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR: won by Heath Brothers II Barber Shop (not
pictured), but pictured are nominees The UPS Store (Becky Forgey) second
from left, and Joplin Floor Designs (Duane and Holly Hukill)!
HEALTH PROMOTION & FAMILY CONCERNS: in the center, won by Bright
Futures - Carl Junction (represented by BF Advisory Board Member
Connie Godwin), and pictured with nominees Dr. Randall Rohmiller, DDS
(left), and Tiffany Huffman, Freeman Clinic - Carl Junction (right)!
SENIOR YOUTH: won by the CJHS Future Business Leaders of America
(front row), with nominees CJHS Volleyball Team (back left), and CJHS
Service Learning (back right)!
JUNIOR YOUTH: won by the Carl Junction LEO Club, with nominees
Makayla Donham, and the Community Problem Solvers!
SIX
C H A M B E R
N E W S
MAY 2014
C O M M U N I T Y & E D U C AT I O N W I N N E R S & N O M I N E E S
SCHOOL DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR: award winner is Carolynn Lowry
(Intermediate) in center, with Connie Baird (Secondary Teacher of the Year) at
left, and Sheri Sharp (Secondary Teacher of the Year nominee) at right. Not pictured is Vicki Turner, Secondary Teacher of the Year nominee.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER OF THE YEAR: award winner is Carolynn
Lowry (Intermediate) in center, with nominees Victoria Holly (Primary K1) at left, and Amanda Lybeck (Primary 2-3) at right.
SUPPORT STAFF OF THE YEAR: won by Jane Ewing (Technology Dept.)
front row in center, Michelle Shoemaker (front left), Margaret Harris (front
right), Heather Whelan (back left), Dereka Swain (back center), and Jnay
Marlett (back right).
SCHOOL DISTRICT VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR: won by Carl Fowler (center),
with nominees Kara Arnce (left), and Katy Carnes (right). Not pictured is
Amy Whisman.
MAY 2014
C H A M B E R
N E W S
SEVEN
2014 CHAMBER MEMBERS
-AAdvance Family Eye Care
Allgeier Martin and Associates
Anderson Glass
Arvest Bank
Asbell,Tom & Dixie
ATS Consulting
-BBailey's Eats & Sweets
Beimdiek Insurance
Bill Dunn's Machine Shop
Bittner Propeerties, LLC
Briarbrook CID
Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks
Bruner Drug
Building Blocks Daycare Center, LLC
Bulldog Youth Athletic Association
-CCarl Junction C.A.R.E.S.
Carl Junction Cultivators Garden Club
Carl Junction Helping Hands Ministry
Carl Junction Lion's Club
Carl Junction R-1 Schools
Carl Junction Senior Center
Carl Junction United Methodist Church
Casey's General Stores
Cell Phone Medics
Chateau Chic Finishes
Choice Marketing
City of Carl Junction
Clark, Sharon
Commerce Bank
Community Bank & Trust
Community Foundation of the Ozarks
Cook, Robert & Barbara Home Rentals
Countryside Flowers
Crowder College
Cutting Loose Graphics
-DDavis, Charlie - State Representative
DataGraphics Printing
Deem's Family Center
Discount Smokes & Liquor
Donham, Marcus
Durham Implement & Diesel
-EEdward Jones-Brad McIntyre
Edward Jones- Jennafer Johnson
Embassy Embroidery
Empire District Electric Company
eSteam Studios
-FFastrip #9
First Baptist Church, Carl Junction
FG Xpress - Shirley Albright
Flanigan,Tom - State Representative
Fletcher Auto Group
Footprints and Friends Daycare
Four States Advertising
Four States Office Products
Frack Chiropractic
Fredrickson’s Farms
Freeman Health Systems
fstop Communications
-GGambino's
Girlfriends
Girlz and Guyz SalonGolden Corral
Granny Shaffer’s Restaurant
Green-Yates Appliance
-HH & R Block
Habitat for Humanity
Hairbenders Salon & Spa
Hance, Kathleen
Happy Soles Foot Care, LLC
Harris, Dave
Harry S Truman Coordinating Council
Hayes,Walter & Ginger - Realtors
Heath Brothers II Barber Shop
Henkle's Ace Hardware
Hensley & NIcholas Law Office
Henson, Glenna
Holcomb, Melissa - Deputy Circuit Clerk
Honey, Jim
-IIf Walls Could Talk Picture Framing
Imagine Financial
Ivan Mareth, Farm Bureau Insurance
-JJay Hatfield Mobility
JK Machining
Joplin Floor Designs
Joplin Globe
Joplin Metro Credit Union
Joplin Pool and Spa
Joplin Supply Company
Joplin Regional Business Journal
Just Call Jo Team - Keller Williams Realty
-KKAB Electric
Kidd, Chevelle
Knutzen, Lisa
KOAM/FOX TV
-LLaw Office of Michael L. Roberts
Liberty Candy Kitchen
-MMcPherson Law Office
Marshall, Don
Mays,Vicki
Mediacom
Mense, Churchwell, Mense, CPA's
Mercy Hospital, Joplin
Mertens, Richard & Betty
Mid-Missouri Bank
Minerva Candy Company
Missouri-American Water Company
Missouri Southern State University
Moss, Mike
Mustard Seed Cuisine
-NNeoTech Solutions
Nextar Broadcasting, KODE/KSN TV
-OOrigami Owl - Terra Gleason
Ozark Gateway Association of Realtors
Ozark Hearth and Home Candles
Ozark Memorial Park Cemetery
& Mausoleums
-PParker Mortuary
Pathways United Methodist Church
Powers, Mark
Price Cutter Grocery Store,Webb City
-RRandy's Drive In
Redwood Development
Richard, Senator Ron
Dr. Randall Rohmiller,DDS
Route 66 Movie Theatre in Webb City
Route 66 Carousel Park
Roy, Jean
Rutledge, Karen - State Farm Insurance
-SS & S Computers
Sam's Club
Sanders, Phyllis
Shield Financial - Larry Chalmers
ShowMe the Ozarks Magazine
Simpson Funeral Home
Smith, Katie
Somewhere in Time Antiquities
Sonic Drive In
Sons of Thunder Martial Arts Studio
Southwest Missouri Bank
Spinning Wheels Sk8 Center
Spiva Center for the Arts
Stansberry, Bill
Stifel Nicholas
Stokes Education Services
Stone's Corner Pharmacy
Stutesman Construction
Surplus USA
-TTatum, Jill
Team National
Teeter, Linda Insurance Agency
Thirty-one Gifts - Lucinda Kenagy
Thomas, Stephen Insurance Agency
Thrivent Financial - John Evans
Total Defense Firearms Training, Inc.
Triplett,W. G.
-UU.S. Health Advisors
University of MO - Jasper Co. Ext. Council
UPS Store #4970 & #2834
US Bank
-VVintage Vogue
Volk's Avanti Insurance
-WWestside Collision & Auto Repair
Wild About Water!
Wildwood Ranch, LLC
Workforce Investment Board
-ZZ 1-2 Call
Zaccardelli, Richard
NEW MEMBERS
McPherson Law Office
Hensley & NIcholas Law Office
If Walls Could Talk Picture Framing
Mid-Missouri Bank
EIGHT
C H A M B E R
MAY 2014
M E M B E R S P O T L I G H T:
COMMUNITY
JOPLIN POOL
& SPA
BUSINESS
PLAN
WORKSHOP
Learn how to write a
successful business plan
on May 20, from 1:30 4:30 pm. The cost is
onloy $39 per person.
Participants will learn
key elements of a business plan including
writing style tips,
required contents, and
how to use it as a management tool.
Participants will leave
this session with a
greater understanding of
what their business plan
should look like and
how to get started writing one.
Reserve your space
now, by phoning the
Chamber office, 6498846.
N E W S
BIZ PROFILE
Joplin Pool and Spa
3040 N. Rangeline Road
Joplin, MO 64801
Phone: 417-781-947
joplinpoolandspa.com
Joplin Pool and Spa has
been proudly serving the
four-state area since 1974.
Family owned and operated,
Joplin Pool and Spa strives to
provide the highest quality
and energy efficient product
available today. Joplin Pool
and Spa invites you to visit
their showroom for a full
backyard planning experience.With forty
years of experience, Joplin
Pool and Spa’s
knowledgeable
staff can provide the right
product, right
size and most importantly,
the right price. Joplin Pool
and Spa offers full service on
all brands, and have the
fastest parts department in
the area. Centrally located in
Joplin, Joplin Pool and Spa
proudly serves
Missouri,
Oklahoma,
Arkansas and
Kansas.
Join Joplin Pool &
Spa on Saturday,
May 3, for their
open house. The
Carl Junction Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon
cutting ceremony at 12 noon.
U P C O M I N G D AT E S T O R E M E M B E R
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
1______ CJACC Monthly Meeting, 7:30am, CJ Community Center
3______ CJ Lion’s Club Community Breakfast, 7-10 am, CJ Community Center
3______ Ribbon Cutting, 12:00 pm, Joplin Pool & Spa, 3040 N. Rangeline
6______ Carl Junction City Council, 7:00 pm, Carl Junction City Hall
8______ Fashion & Finance, Jennafer Johnson Edward Jones, 5:30-7:00 pm, Briarbrook Rest.
11_____ CJHS 2014 Graduation, at MSSU, 4:00 pm
15_____ Deadline for June Chamber Newsletter submissions, 5:00 pm
17_____ Nature Photo Walking Tour, 10:00 am, Center Creek Park
20 ____ “How to Write a Successful Business Plan Workshop”, 1:30-4:30, Community Ctr.
29_____ Drive Thru Job Fest, 2:00 - 4:00 pm, Carl Junction Community Center
AWARDS
(Continued from Page 1)
Education awards
Carolynn Lowry was named
Elementary Teacher of the
Year and also won District
Teacher of the Year. Connie
Baird was named Secondary
Teacher of the Year, Jane
Ewing was named School
Support Staff Person of the
Year and Carl Fowler was
honored as School Volunteer
of the Year.

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