Congratulations to our August 2017 Workers of the Month Sheila Butler and Kris Myers! Sheila’s sister Vicky Briner and Kris’ sister Tonya Myers joined us for the celebration. Thank you to our generous gift donors, too, Helfer’s Pastries and Deli, American Eagle Credit Union (Tracy Dickey), Papa Murphy’s Pizza, Instant Imprints, and Bloomer’s Florist.
August 10, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS to Valley Industries’ Workers of the Month for June and July 2017!! June’s Workers of the Month are: Latasha and Bryan Conway!! July’s Workers of the Month are: Barbara McNairy and Quanell Jones. Congratulations to all of you on this GREAT achievement and your commitment to making Valley the BEST it can be. We would like to Thank our Sponsors The Webb Family in honor of Chuck Gunn’s Birthday, Jay Copeland with Instant Imprints, Helfer’s Pastries, Cindy Helmkamp with American Eagle Credit Union, Dhari Pearson of Papa Murphy’s Pizza and Bloomer’s Florist. We would also like to congratulate our Staff of the Month Linda Shaffer for all of her outstanding work for Valley! (June WOM Latasha. not pictured)
July 27, 2017
June 8, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS to Valley Industries Workers of the Month for May 2017!! Dearing Abrams and Darryl Wright!! Congratulations to the both of you on this GREAT achievement and your commitment to making Valley the BEST it can be. We would like to Thank our Sponsors Jerry Kelly Heating and Cooling General Manager Shelly Smith (not present), Kate Boschert and Claudia Brown, Jay Copeland & Jena Lucas with Instant Imprints, Helfer’s Pastries, Tracey Dickey and Cindy Helmkamp with American Eagle Credit Union, Dhari Pearson of Papa Murphy’s Pizza and Bloomer’s Florist.
November 10, 2016
A HUGE Thank You to Congressman Lacy Clay for coming to tour Valley Industries on Monday 10/3/2016! Congressman Clay was so kind during his tour and shook hands with many of our workers and listened to their concerns about how important their jobs at Valley are to them. Congressman Clay was very supportive and told them how proud he was to have Valley Industries in his district and would go to bat for them in Washington D.C. in support of their choice of employment in Missouri sheltered workshops!
October 25, 2016
Valley Industries was featured in a story by nineNetwork’s Living in St. Louis. Watch this fantastic video about our Sheltered Workshop.
January 25, 2016
Last year’s Mayors’ Shamrock Ball sold out, but the organizers for the 2016 event expect the upcoming evening to be the best one yet. The 9th annual Mayors’ Shamrock Ball is slated for Saturday, March 5, from 6:30 to 11 p.m. at Garden Villas North, 4505 Parker Road.
Five local municipalities—Black Jack, Florissant, Hazelwood, Ferguson, and Bellefontaine Neighbors—host the ball, which raises funds for Valley Industries Sheltered Workshop, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides dignified, meaningful employment for adults with developmental disabilities. Last year’s ball broke a record by netting more than $39,000—exceeding the 2014 total by over $4,000. The event attracted over 84 different event sponsors and donors.
“Over the past nine years, our Mayors’ Shamrock Ball has evolved into one of North County’s biggest charitable social soireés of the year. Tickets are now a precious commodity because it’s become a place to be and be seen networking with influential business leaders and elected officials from our region. Guests come dressed up in their evening gowns and green-tie formalwear, ready to dance the night away, eat delicious food and win fabulous raffle prizes for a worthy cause,” Chief Carl Wolf (ret.), Shamrock Ball Event Chairperson said.
Hosts are Mayor Norman C. McCourt of Black Jack, Mayor Thomas P. Schneider of Florissant, Mayor Matthew G. Robinson of Hazelwood, Mayor James W. Knowles III of Ferguson, and Mayor Robert J. Doerr of Bellefontaine Neighbors.
March 15, 2015
A sold-out crowd of more than 400 people dressed up in green-tie formalwear and evening gowns for the eighth annual Mayors’ Shamrock Ball at Garden Villas North. All proceeds benefit Valley Industries Sheltered Workshop, a Hazelwood-based nonprofit that provides dignified and meaningful employment for adults with developmental disabilities. The municipalities of Bellefontaine Neighbors, Black Jack, Ferguson, Florissant and Hazelwood cosponsored the event.
October 28, 2014
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 28, 2014… St. Louis-based TAGG Logistics, the third-party distribution, fulfillment and logistics provider to mid-sized healthcare and consumer products companies on the move, is celebrating the one-year anniversary of providing employment opportunities to persons with disabilities at its St. Louis fulfillment center. TAGG partners with local, not-for-profit Valley Industries, to create a supervised enclave of employees working on kitting and assembly projects for company clients under the guidance of Valley Industries professionals. “Our partnership with Valley Industries has allowed us to continue their mission of providing dignified and meaningful employment to adults with developmental disabilities in an inclusive environment at TAGG’s facility with TAGG employees,” said Tod Yazdi, principal.
July 30, 2013
We stand in strong support of Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. This is critical worker protection legislation that ensures a full array of employment opportunities is available to people with disabilities. For those with the most significant disabilities, a world without Section 14(c) is a simply a world without work! Help us protect employment, opportunity and personal choice for ALL … Join us in supporting Section 14(c) and help spread the word!