It is an honor to work with such a distinguished team, and I look forward to working with the new board members
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 14, 2008
St. Louis Regional Employee Relocation Council (STL ERC), an organization comprised of relocation professionals, announced the new board members today. One of the earliest activities of the board included charitable donations to Lydia’s House and St. Luke’s Hospital.
Current board members include Keith Allen, President, Sandy McKinney, Vice President, Betsy Brueggeman, Director, Pam Jacknick, Director, Carol Sandidge, Director, Paula Foster, Advisor, and Terry Snare, Advisor. The board welcomed two new board members, Debbie Hilke, Treasurer, and Lynne MacRae, Secretary.
“It is an honor to work with such a distinguished team, and I look forward to working with the new board members,” said Keith Allen, newly-appointed Board President and Vice President of Business Development with Vandover. “With the current situation in the real estate industry, our organization is facing exciting and challenging times. If your organization moves five or 500 employees, and you are not a member of the St. Louis Regional Employee Relocation Council, I highly recommend that you contact us. Please take advantage of our organizations’ hundreds of years of combined experience and let us help navigate through these challenging times.”
In March 2008, the St. Louis Regional ERC presented checks to representatives with Lydia’s House and St. Luke’s Hospital. Each representative received $5,000 for their charity.
“Charitable contributions have always been very important to our organization,” said Allen. “We are very fortunate to serve the St. Louis community, and feel as professionals, it is essential to give back to our community.”
The two charities were selected by the members of the STL ERC. The monies donated were raised during the association’s holiday event held in December 2007 at the Anheuser-Busch Center in Fenton, Missouri.
Dawn Stringfield, Executive Director of Lydia’s House, accepted the donation for her organization, which provides transitional housing, support services, and access to community resources to more than 275 abused women and their children. Mary Murawski, Development Officer, accepted the donation for St. Luke’s Hospital, which was named one of America's 50 Best HospitalsTM by HealthGrades®, the nation's leading independent healthcare ratings company.
“The STL ERC enjoyed working with Lydia’s House and St. Luke’s Hospital in this charitable endeavor,” said Allen, “and we look forward to continued growth and community involvement within the St. Louis area.”
The STL ERC is an organization comprised of relocation professionals dedicated to the development of all relocation functions. Their mission is to create a forum for the exchange of ideas, provide creative leadership and add value to the organizations they represent. For more information, visit http://www.stlerc.org.
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