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Business briefcase 11/13

Sunday, November 13, 2005

SCOTT CITY - The Southeast Missouri Regional Port Authority Board of Commissioners and the SEMO Port Railroad Inc. Board of Directors will meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Port Office, 10 Bill Bess Drive.

SIKESTON - The JC Penney Salon has added three new members to its staff.

Valerie Harp will specialize in foil highlights and haircutting at the salon.

Amanda Gregory has moved to Sikeston from Kentucky, where she has worked as a stylist for four years. She will specialize in haircuts, color and foil highlighting as well as stylings and updos for proms, weddings and other special occasions.

Formerly with Creative Styles, Donna Pratt specializes in relaxers and hair extensions as part of her work at the salon.

To make an appointment with the JC Penney Salon call 471-0987.

CAPE GIRARDEAU - The National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Gateway Area Chapter has reopened its regional office. Amy Evans will serve as the new community development manager for the area chapter.

Evans has several years experience in community development in the Cape Girardeau area. Her experience includes working for the Jackson Chamber of Commerce and the American Cancer Society.

"We are looking forward to having Amy on our team. We know her extensive familiarity with Southeastern Missouri and Southern Illinois will help us build on our strong tradition of programs in the region," said Pat Knoerle-Jordan, president of the Gateway Area Chapter.

For more information on MS call the Cape Girardeau office at 314-781-9020 or visit online at www.gatewaymssociety.org.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston Area Chamber Membership Luncheon is scheduled for noon Nov. 17 at Concordia Lutheran Church, located at Park and Wakefield. Lunch is $8 per person.