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Lake Area Chamber of Commerce announces new executive director

K.C. Cloke to assume the role Feb. 18

The Lake Area Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday K.C. Cloke will become the new executive director of the organization.

Around the Lake: Community collaboration is at forefront of continued Camdenton Chamber’s success

Collaboration is a concept that incorporates many of the following words: teamwork, cooperation, partnership, shared mission and so on. Those words are turned into action in all facets of our organization.

Business Women of Missouri scholarship available

Heart of the Ozarks Professional & Business Women is a chapter of Business Women of Missouri, which also offers annual scholarships local residents may be eligible for. The Business Women of Missouri Foundation will award 11 $1,000 scholarships in April at their 2016 state conference.

Kelly Dyer to help create Missouri jobs by supporting entrepreneurs and developing new business

The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is taking a hands-on approach to help individual Missouri businesses grow.

Lake Regional to host forum on heart failure

Lake Regional Health System will host the free informational forum “Living with Congestive Heart Failure” at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24 in the hospital’s third floor conference rooms.

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Jeff Coats joins Pinnacle Real Estate Partners

Jeff Coats has joined Pinnacle Real Estate. His background is in construction and he will be specializing in the commercial division of Pinnacle Real Estate. His spouse Stacey, licensed to sell real estate since 1999, is also a sales associate of Pinnacle Real Estate specializing in residential sales.

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Ozarks Amphitheater gears up for its 2016 season

Sponsors sought for Larry Gatlin, Blackwood Quartet performance honoring veterans

The beautifully renovated Ozarks Amphitheater, located in the heart of Lake of the Ozarks, has in years past staged the biggest names in music and will continue to bring the hottest acts to the stage.

Around the Lake: Lodging tax collections, TCLA Advertising Effectiveness Study results discussed

We would like to thank the Lake Today staff for the opportunity to share with their readers how the Lake of the Ozarks Tri-County Lodging Association (TCLA) Board of Directors works to promote tourism and bring more visitors to the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks.

SCORE: Would your hobby make a sustainable business?

Running a successful business centered on doing something you love is the dream of many entrepreneurs. What could be more gratifying than making a living sharing your talents and skills with others?

Jacob Sullivan earns financial planner certification

Jacob Sullivan, a vice president-investment officer for Wells Fargo Advisors Laurie branch, has earned the certification of Certified Financial Planner(tm) professional or CFP(r) professional as authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards.

RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks Charitable Foundation donates to 3 local organizations

RE/MAX Lake of the Ozarks Charitable Foundation recently donated to three local organizations that assist individuals and families in need.

Lake Regional welcomes new clinic managers

Lake Regional Health System recently welcomed new clinic managers, Kaye Jarrell and Tori Pless.

Lake Regional ENT specialist offers appointments in Lebanon

Edward Barns, M.D., FACS, and otolaryngologist with Lake Regional Ear, Nose and Throat, is providing outreach services at Family Health Associates in Lebanon.

Lake Regional offers cardiovascular screening, heart health forum

In observance of American Heart Month, Lake Regional Health System is offering a cardiovascular screening on Saturday, Feb. 13, in the hospital’s third floor conference rooms. The screening will take place from 7:30-10 a.m. Registration is not required.

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Lake Regional invites women to make a PACT to prevent birth defects

In recognition of January as National Birth Defects Prevention Month, Lake Regional Health System is joining the National Birth Defects Prevention Network and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to invite women and their families to make a PACT for birth defects prevention.