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Missouri River Country – An Update on our River Region Plan

Presentation by Chad Eggen, Executive Director of the Boonslick Regional Planning Commission

BRPC Executive Director Chad Eggen will share how the “Missouri River Country” planning process is moving forward, and what future plans and events are on tap for the area.


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Missouri River Country

This beautiful mural of the final 100 miles of the Missouri River by Washington artist Bryan Haynes was commissioned by Dan and Connie Burkhardt for their "Missouri River Country" book.

Time and Place

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
7:00 pm

Big A's on the Riverfront
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Presentation by Chad Eggen, Executive Director of the Boonslick Regional Planning Commission

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

6. p.m. Social Hour at Big A’s on the Riverfront
7:00 p.m. Presentation

At Big A’s on the Riverfront (in the back room)
308 N Main St. –  St Charles, MO
(directions below)

Presentation is FREE and open to the public! 

Hosted by Greenway Network

For the past several years, Boonslick Regional Planning Commission (BRPC), with many partners including Katy Land Trust and several communities, has been looking at the idea of a regional “Missouri River Country” brand to help tie together communities in the eastern Missouri River Valley.

BRPC Executive Director Chad Eggen will share how this process is moving forward, and what future plans and events are on tap for the area.

Chad Eggen, Executive Director of the Boonslick Regional Planning Commission, leads an organization dedicated to providing services to its member governments and improving the economic stature and quality of life for the region. He has over 15 years of state and local government experience as well as work with transportation studies, economic development, retail incentives, tourism, printing, and event promotion. Chad has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Developing projects and partnerships as well as collaborating with businesses, area non-profits, and educational institutions are some of his deliverable skills. He is on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Development Organizations, a member of the American Society for Public Administration and RPO America, and he volunteers his time with local church and civic organizations, Scouts, and youth sports teams.

Directions

To Big A’s on the Riverfront, our host for the Speaker Series.

To get there from I-70

  • Take I-70 to exit 229B – the 5th St. Exit
  • Merge onto 5th St. headed north toward St. Charles.
  • After about 1 mile, turn right on Monroe St.
  • Turn left onto N. Main St.
  • Big A’s will be on your right (308 N. Main St.) Additional parking is available in the rear.
  • View on Google Maps.

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The Big Muddy Speakers Series in St. Charles

is hosted by these wonderful partners:

All speakers are presenting for free and Big A’s is sharing the space for free! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us!

The Big Muddy Speaker Series also takes place monthly in Rocheport and Kansas City.

A special thank you to Greg Poleski  of Greenway Network for making this happen!


The views and opinions expressed by our presenters do not necessarily reflect the view or policies of Greenway Network, the Big Muddy Speaker Series or any of the partners that support this public forum. The Big Muddy Speaker Series believes that hearing diverse perspectives is a crucial building block for an informed public.