Ward 3 Alderman Melissa Reimer
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Melissa Reimer lives in the Spencer Creek subdivision. She is a Missouri native and a high school graduate with an Executive Secretarial diploma from Sanford Brown College. In earlier years she worked in the corporate world as an Administrative Assistant/Secretary and Receptionist. She held the title of Special Events Coordinator for the last three years of her full-time corporate employment. She then decided it would be in the best interest of her family to take on the role of stay-at-home mom after the birth of her first child.
In 2008 Melissa became a licensed Missouri Real Estate Agent and has maintained her sales license since then. She has been with Berkshire Hathaway Alliance Home Services Real Estate for several years and Prudential Alliance Real Estate prior to that. She is member of the National Association of Realtors®, the Missouri Association of Realtors® and the St. Louis Association of Realtors®.
She is married to her husband, William, and has two school-age children and an adult bonus son who served honorably in the U.S. Air Force.
Alderman Reimer currently serves as an Aldermanic Representative to the Parks, Recreation & Arts Advisory Board (Cultural Arts and Sustainability focus groups).
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Sip & Savor Passport
One of the signature events in St. Peters to kick-off the fall season is the annual Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce’s Sip & Savor event. This fantastic evening was a great way for thousands of us to sample food, entertainment and adult refreshments from many of our local restaurants and shops.
Then, Covid-19 hit us all and sadly, there is no “Sip & Savor” event in 2020. But cancelling the event doesn’t mean we can’t still sample selections from our local restaurants and shops while supporting a good cause. This year, the Greater St. Charles Chamber is offering the first-ever “Sip & Savor” Passport! It’s taking all the fun of sampling new tastes or enjoying some familiar favorites from just one night to exploring them on your own schedule.
The “Sip & Savor” Passport features 50 offers from 44 establishments totaling more than $300 in savings! It’s a great way to support our local restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries; and workers hit hard by the pandemic. And, the Greater St. Charles County Chamber is not charging any of the participating businesses to participate in this project.
The cost of the passport is $30 and if you’d like more information on the participating businesses and the special offers, you can go to:
The Chamber is only printing 1,500 of these great Passports to our local restaurants and shops and they’re going quickly. You can also get more information on this program by calling the Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce at 636-946-0633.
The pandemic has been a challenge for all of us and I know our community is known for supporting each other. Please consider supporting the Greater St. Charles County “Sip & Savor” Passport!
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Gardening is Good
The weather is warming up and people are taking advantage of it in many ways. Now that the cool weather is mostly behind us many of our residents are growing vegetable gardens to supplement their food supply. Grocery shopping has become a bit unsettling these days and often you have to go to many stores to get what you need. Some people are having a very hard time shopping right now for a variety of reasons. Truckers, grocery store workers and food producers have been working hard to keep up with demand and we appreciate everything they’re doing. We’re all navigating through our new normal.
Growing a vegetable garden and producing fresh food can be a very rewarding experience in many ways. In addition to the exercise and vitamin D producing sunshine, working on a project through to completion is a morale booster. So is serving your family a delicious meal including food from your own garden. It is also empowering when you know there is something you can do to be more in control of your living situation. I will be planting tomatoes, beans, potatoes and lettuce in my victory garden. Maybe a few herbs too. What will you be planting in yours?
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