CITY WIDE YARD SALE – APRIL 1, 2017

The Annual Spring City Wide Yard Sale is set for April 1st, 2017!

yard saleParticipants can list their address on the official map for only $10.00. This covers all event advertising/promotion The maps will be distributed FREE of charge. The location on the map of each of the registered sales will be included along with a brief description of the items to be sold and the hours of the sale. Deadline to register your sale is September 19, 2016. Those registering after this date will be included in the online maps, but not the official printed edition. This event will be held RAIN OR SHINE. *For those located outside of the city limits, St. Stephen United Methodist Church has indoor and outdoor spaces available that day for a nominal fee. Call 636-528-4148 to book your space/get more information. To be individually listed on the map at that location you will need to fill out the form/issue payment.

2017 Spring Yard Sale form

For the Map and Listings CLICK HERE!

Interactive Online Map

Maps will be available beginning March 28 at the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce/ CVB, Troy City Hall, the Troy License Bureau, Lincoln County Journal and more! For updated distribution points, call 636-462-8769 or visit www.troyonthemove.com. The map will also be included in the March 28th edition of the Lincoln County Journal.

For more information call 636-462-8769 or email at office@troyonthemove.com.

Special thanks to The Lincoln County Journal for their annual sponsorship of this event!

The Chamber will host the Annual Fall City Wide Yard Sale October 7, 2017!

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ADVERTISE IN THE TROY COMMUNITY RESOURCE BOOK

Advertising and Sponsorship options are now available for the 2017-18 Troy on The Move Publication!

Exclusive to Chamber Members, this opportunity allows you to reach the Troy Community in full color print, online and mobile ready!

2017 Advertising Form

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SPONSOR BUNDLES AVAILABLE FOR CHAMBER EVENTS

Support the Chamber and your Community by being a part of ALL 2017 Chamber events!

Sponsorships are now available for the Chamber Trail Run, What the Hill? on June 4th. The Independence Open Golf Tournament on July 7th, and the Memories on Main Street Car Show on August 5th! Discounted bundles are also available, so you can be apart of the ALL!

Contact the Chamber office for more details at 636-462-8769 or info@troyonthemove.com

2017 SPONSOR BUNDLES

2017 Sponsor Options

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August 5th – 13th Annual Car Show – Memories on Main St.

Saturday, August 5th, 2017, The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce proudly presents the 11th Annual Memories on Main Street Car Show. Great cars, live music, vendors, 35 classes and more! Registration is from 8am- Noon. Awards to be presented at 4pm.

Presented by ….TBA.

 

 

 

 

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Judging, parking and registration by Archway Oldsmobile Club.  Call 636-462-8769 for more information

Click Car Show Vendor Form for vendor information. Or contact the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce at 636-462-8769 or by email at office@troyonthemove.com for more information about being a vendor in the upcoming event!

Special thanks to our Gold Event Sponsors
- Still Available!

Thank you to our Silver Event Sponsors
- Still Available!

Participate in this year’s car show by:

_____ $1000.00 Title Sponsor -

_____ $500.00 Event Sponsor

_____ $50.00 Class Sponsor – Name on 1st, 2nd & 3rd place trophies of designated class

_____ $20.00 Goody Bag Sponsor – Ability to include items in the show goody bags.  A minimum of 250 items needed by July 28 to the Chamber office.

_____ $25.00 – Exhibitor/Vendor space



_____ Attendance prize donation – We will donate an item to be given away by the event DJ.  Item needed by July 28, 2017 to the Chamber office.

Map of Main Street, Restaurant, Road Closures and more

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“What the Hill?” 1 Mile Fun Run/5K/10K

Are you ready to conquer the Hill?
Sunday, June 4th, 2017

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Register today!
https://racesonline.com/events/what-the-hilltroy

The What the Hill returns in 2017 at Cuivre River State Park! 
 
Will you do the family-friendly 1 mile fun run or is the  challenging 5K or 10K over trails and pavement more your style?
Race Map 2017

Register by May 15 to guarantee a dry-fit shirt and take advantage of early pricing!  Relax post-race with refreshments and more!  

Date/Time:  Sunday, June 4 @ 8:00 am

Location:  Cuivre River State Park
*Note – ALL participants will park at Cuivre Park Elementary outside the park and receive FREE shuttles to the start/finish area at 678 State Route 147, Troy, MO 63379.

Special thanks to Fleet Feet St. Louis and Cuivre River State Park for their assistance with this event!

 

 

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APRIL 4, 2017 MUNICIPAL ELECTION

The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce/CVB is proud to present an opportunity for voters to hear directly from the candidates running in the April 2017 election.  All candidates for the contest races in Troy were invited to participate in the video forum and are listed in official ballot order. 
The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce does not provide candidate endorsements.
For complete election information, visit the Lincoln County Clerk website at www.lcclerk.com. Sample ballots, polling locations, election results and more are available. This information is presented for informational purposes only.

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Lincoln County Ambulance District Director – SUB-DISTRICT 2
Three year term, vote for one.

  • Tim Ens, 348 Fourbush Ct, Winfield, MO 63389
  • Rich Palmer, 1259 Brevator Rd, Old Monroe, MO 63369

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Lincoln County Ambulance Dist. Director – SUB-DISTRICT 4
Three Year Term Vote for One

  • David Gulley, 140 Quarry Rd, Silex, MO 63377
  • Fred W Jost, 225 Timber Ridge Ct, Troy, MO 63379

QUESTIONS AND VIDEOS (If not available below, Candidate did not submit)
David Gulley – Questions w/ Responses
Fred Jost – Candidate Flyer – Questions w/ Responses

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LINCOLN COUNTY R-III BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Voters will be asked to select THREE candidates.  The term length is three years.

  • Dale McDonald, 16 Bluff Haven Dr, Troy, MO 63379
  • Norman B. McFadden, 311 Villa Dr, Apt 1, Troy, MO 63379
  • Kathy Kitchen, 126 Bluffview Dr, Troy, MO 63379
  • Mike Salsman, 145 South View Dr, Troy, MO 63379
  • David Easterday, 1545 Gambit Dr, Troy, MO 63379
  • Sarah Toedebusch, 500 Turkey Call Ct, Troy, MO 63379

QUESTIONS AND VIDEOS (If not available below, Candidate did not submit)
Norm McFadden – Questions w/ Responses
Mike Salsman – Questions w/ Responses

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City of Troy Alderman – Ward I
Two Year Term Vote for One

  • Ron Sconce, 320 Monroe, Troy, MO 63379
  • Harold E. Horner, 212 Kuhne Blvd., Troy, MO 633799

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City of Troy Alderman – Ward II
Two Year Term Vote for One

  • Lisa Anderson, 135 Ellis, Troy, MO 63379

City of Troy Alderman Ward III
Two Year Term Vote for One

  • Dennis Detert, 1097 Huntington Drive, Troy, MO63379
  • Nick J. Treadway, 50 Treasure Island Dr, Troy, MO 63379

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BALLOT QUESTIONS

PROPOSITION SAFE AND SECURE
“Proposition Safe and Secure – In order to meet the critical needs of law enforcement, to ensure the safety and security of Lincoln County residents and provide for the orderly and efficient administration of justice, shall the County of Lincoln impose a county-wide sales tax at the rate of one-half of one percent (1/2 of 1%) for the purpose of expanding, renovating, and maintaining county buildings and properties; which may include the county jail, sheriff’s office, justice center, and emergency communication center?”

The approval of the proposition will authorize the imposition and collection of a one-half of one percent sales tax in addition to the other sales taxes provided for by law on all retail sales made in the County which are subject to taxation.

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MARCH GMM FEATURING COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES

Monday, March 6th

The Troy Area Chamber of Commerce General Membership Meeting will be held at Noon at St. Stephen United Methodist Church located at 101 St. Stephen Lane in Troy. Arrive early for Lunch and Networking at 11:45.

Program: Community Opportunities

Catered By: Montys BBQ

Sponsored By: TuberGoo Marketing


Lunch is available at all meetings beginning at 11:40 am and the meeting begins at approximately 12:10 pm.  RSVP’s are appreciated to 636-462-8769 or to office@troyonthemove.com.  Lunch is only $12.00 with your reservation, but $15.00 without. 
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LIMITED PARKING: Conference Rooms Available

Did you know that the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce has 2 professional conference rooms available to its Members and the Public? Our main room can seat 20-25 people with access to a Flatscreen TV with laptop connections, FREE wi-fi, rearrangeable tables and chairs, and a podium. As well as a sink, refrigerator, Keurig and standard coffee maker all available to you. Great for meetings, conferences, interviews or presentations. For a copy of rules and fees click Chamber Conference Room Rental.

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Small Conference Room

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Our small conference room seats 6 comfortably for a close and personal setting. With large comfortable rolling chairs.

Contact Mikayla at 636-462-8769 or office@troyonthemove.com for availability. Our chamber members get first priority. But the rooms are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Arrangements for a key to the office can be made. The Chamber does ask that if food or catering is used, that you patronize our fellow chamber members for such services. We can provide a list of those for you or click the link Chamber Members.

A donation for use of the rooms, refreshments, coffee or supplies is required.

Chamber Conference Room Rental

LIMITED PARKING. Please note that parking in front of Strands, LLC and State Farm Insurance is not permitted when using the Chamber Conference room unless those businesses are closed. Below is a map showing available parking during business hours.

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Parking Layout

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2017 ‘MK-ADEMY’ AWARDS SPONSORSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE

BANQUET SPONSORSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE
Sponsorship is now available for the Chamber’s Annual Awards &
Installation Banquet – The ‘MK-Ademy” Awards – set for Friday, January
20 at the Troy Knights of  Columbus Hall. Doors will open at 6:30 pm
for happy hour followed by dinner and the program at 7:00 pm.
Highlights of this event include the Man/Woman of the Year
presentation, Give Back Award presentation, Chamber Board Installation
and more with our emcee Pat Flynn!

____ Aluminum Level – $1000.00 – Eight event tickets, reserved
seating, recognition by emcee, table centerpieces and all event
promotion. *Thank you Toyota-Bodine Aluminum, Peoples Bank & Trust!

____ Gold Sponsor – $750.00 – Six event tickets, recognition on table
centerpieces and all event promotion

____ Silver Sponsor – $500.00 – Four event tickets, recognition in all
event promotion.

____ Bronze Sponsor – $250.00 – Two event tickets, recognition in all
event promotion. *Thank you Community State Bank, Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, Eric Hood – Shelter Insurance!

Additional tickets are available for only $30.00 and are all inclusive.  Call Kerry at the Chamber today at 636-462-8769 for more information!

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MEMBER NEWS – PHYSICAL THERAPY SHOWN TO HELP WITH CLINICAL DEPRESSION

Professional Rehabilitation Services, LLC
Terry@professionalrehab.net
636-528-6080

Physical Therapy is Shown to Help Patients with Clinical Depression
Troy, December 2016 – Physical therapy may do more than treat the aches and pains related to work-related orthopedic injuries, studies show it can help improve patients’ moods, too. Research has uncovered a link between pain and depression, suggesting that more than one-third of individuals with chronic back or neck pain also exhibit signs of depression.

Numerous studies conducted during the last 30 years have indicated that exercise can improve mood and mindset, even helping to peel back layers of depression. More recent research, including an article published in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, suggests that feelings and thoughts of depression may subside with the introduction of physical therapy for back and neck pain.

Affecting more than 15 million Americans, clinical depression is one of the most common mental health conditions weighing on our country’s resources. Depression is more than the occasional bout of sadness; it interferes with normal functioning and daily life. Depression can occur alongside other medical conditions such as diabetes or Parkinson’s disease, but can also occur because of a major life event such as a work-related injury or a death in the family. Experts now understand that medical conditions can enhance the symptoms of depression, and vice versa.

In the Wideman et al study, 40% of the patients studied exhibited decreased feelings and thoughts of depression following physical therapy treatment to address pain and functional limitations from a work-related orthopedic injury. One year after treatment, those showing signs of improvement on the depression front were more likely to have returned to work and to report less pain intensity. Conversely, the individuals who did not exhibit improvements in depressed feelings were less likely to have returned to work.

Proper identification of people exhibiting the signs and symptoms of depression can improve their chances for success in physical therapy. To give patients the best chance to succeed in treatment, physical therapists can often identify signs of depression based on screening tests and patient evaluations. Symptoms of depression may improve for patients receiving treatment designed to decrease pain and improve function, but others may require specialized treatment for depression symptoms in addition to physical therapy. A physical therapist may refer patients with unresolved symptoms of depression to another healthcare provider for appropriate management and treatment.

Depression is a real illness, one that requires proper treatment and attention. The condition, one that can worsen alongside the prognosis of chronic back or neck pain, often goes undiagnosed and untreated. Physical therapy can have a positive impact on patients with depression, both by capturing those who suffer and helping to lessen the symptoms and burden of disease.

About Professional Rehabilitation Services, LLC
Professional Rehab is a privately owned clinic that has been serving Lincoln County for over 40 years. We take pride in the quality of care we provide and that we are able to put the patient experience at the center of our practice. Our therapists have over 65 years of combined experience treating all types of conditions related to neurologic and orthopaedic conditions; it is this experience that gives us the ability to quickly identify the cause of problems, create a personalized plan for course of treatment, or refer you to the appropriate physician. As a privately owned practice, we allow our therapists the freedom to take the time and the resources available they need to comprehensively treat every patient the see.

About The Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association
Founded in 1956, the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association champions the success of physical therapist-owned businesses. Our members are leaders and innovators in the health care system. The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) represents more than 85,000 physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students of physical therapy nationwide. For more information, please visit www.ppsapta.org.

 

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