• Business Briefs

    Chamber’s race night rescheduled for March 16
    The Vandalia Chamber of Commerce’s “A Night at the Races” fund-raising event has been rescheduled for Friday, March 16, because of conflicts with its previously scheduled date of this Saturday.
    Held at the Vandalia Country and Golf Club, it begins with dinner at 6 p.m. and features eight taped horse races, beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20.

  • 80 Years

    For eight decades, the Allen family has furnished Vandalia area homes with quality furniture.

  • All About You Day Spa Ribbon-Cutting

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Feb. 9 at All About You Day Spa, a new business located at 522 W. Gallatin.

    Owner Ashley Metzger Miller, center, is joined Mayor Rick Gottman, her parents and several members of the Vandalia Chamber of Commerce. Other members of the spa's staff are Cinde Ward, Mindy Roe and Elaine Feezel.

  • Chamber hears about social media

    Local businessman Josh Henry presented a program on "The Basics of Social Media" at the first meeting of the Vandalia Chamber of Commerce in 2012.

  • Business Briefs

    Woolsey Brothers RSVPs due Feb. 25
    Customers of Woolsey Brothers Farm Supply who received invitations for the company's appreciation day dinner are asked to send in the RSVP card by this Saturday.
    That RSVP is necessary to ensure seating and a meal at the company's annual meeting.
    Two meetings are being held – one at noon and the other at 6:30 p.m. – on Thursday, March 1.
    Entertainment for both meetings will be provided by country singer Moe Bandy.

  • NAA

    For 15 years, Phil White was in construction – building houses in St. Louis, Nashville and Florida.

  • New Location for Sweet Peas Consignment Boutique

    After nearly 18 months in business on Veterans Avenue, Sweet Peas Consignment Boutique has moved to 1504 Sunset Drive.

  • Rotary Wins Challenge

    The Vandalia Rotary Club was the winner in a recent Making A Difference Challenge against First United Methodist Church of Vandalia.

    In that challenge, the two groups competed to see who could get the most donors to the Red Cross blood drive on Jan. 24. Rotary donated the $200 prize to Habitat for Humanity. From left, are Liz Greenwood of the American Red Cross, Roger Grimmett of the Rotary Club, Tim Metzger of Lincoln Land Credit Union and Sandra Leidner of Habitat for Humanity. 

  • At new spa, it's All About You

    When Ashley Metzger Miller decided to open her own day spa, there was no question where it would be. It had to be in the Metzger Building at 522 W. Gallatin St. in Vandalia.

  • Trent West joins Vandalia law firm

    Nokomis native Trent West has joined the Vandalia law firm of Burnside, Johnston & Sheafor as an associate. The firm is a general practice law firm that practices in most areas of the law.