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 Meeting Schedule

 Luncheon Meetings are 
 from September to May, 
 11 am Networking,
 
Meal/Speaker 11:50 am -  1:30 pm

 Member Services

 

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Tuesday, Sept 13, 2016 - Monthly Luncheon Meeting 
and Professional Development
11 am - Networking Begins
11:50 am - Welcome, Introductions & Meal
12:40 pm - Presentation and Guided Tours
1:30 pm - Program Ends
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm - Networking Continues 
St. Louis Science Center   RSVP to reservations@stlouisagclub.org and pay online (lower left side of homepage)
Complimentary parking in the Science Center parking lot.  Validation inside.
Presentation:
Grow Agriculture Exhibit at the St. Louis Science Center
*Impacting How the General Public Views the Food and Fiber Industry*
*Maintaining the Agricultural Exhibit and Phase II* 
Speaker:
Bert VescolaniPresident and CEO of the Saint Louis Science Center. He leads a team of 225 staff members and 400 volunteers whose mission is to ignite and sustain lifelong science and technology learning. The Science Center serves more than one million people each year, making it the fourth largest science center in the country, and one of the nation's 25 largest museums. It has built a national reputation for programs and exhibits, community partnerships, and visitor experience. The Science Center is part of many local, regional and national initiatives to build better and stronger links between formal and informal education.  Prior to assuming his present duties in 2011, Vescolani served six years as the director of the 103-acre John Ball Zoological Gardens in Grand Rapids, Mich. During his tenure, attendance grew, revenues doubled and guest satisfaction increased to all-time highs. Education and Conservation programs grew dramatically and in the six-year time period over half of all exhibits were renovated and/or replaced.  Vescolani is a member of the boards of the Academy of Science of St. Louis, Forest Park Forever, BioSTL, Higher Education Consortium and the St. Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association.  A native of East Lansing, Michigan, Vescolani received his bachelor of science in education from Michigan State University and has pursued graduate studies at North Park University. He and his wife, Danielle, have three children.
Location
   ST. LOUIS SCIENCE CENTER
5050 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110   (click for directions)  Complimentary parking in Center Lot
Registration
Members - $25   Non-Members - $35   
    or call/text (618) 604-1622
           To pay online, click here   See lower left side of our homepage.
  Cash/Checks/Credit Cards accepted at the door.  
Cancellations a must by text or voice prior to 10 am
to (618) 604-1622.   No Shows will be invoiced. 

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