Members Bulletin Board

We want to hear from you! The membership bulletin board is a great way to announce job openings, sales and promotions, educational opportunities and non-profit fundraisers. For more information or to post information, please contact Sarah Schooley at 913-888-1414 or sschooley@lenexa.org.

Fundraisers and Events

Community Covenant Church Preschool and Parents Day Out

Come and explore our classrooms, meet the teachers, ask questions and learn more about our amazing Early Childhood Program.

Job Opportunities

Operations Careers – Leave Your Mark on the World

Tig Welders
Day Shift CNC Machinists
Day Shift CNC Operators
Night Shift CNC Machinists
Night Shift CNC Operators

Mosquito Control Consultant

Job Requirements: Light Exercise, Partially Outdoors, Requires driving all over the KC Metro
Call 913-232-8016 for more information.

Chick‑fil‑A Oak Park Plaza Now Hiring!

Working at Chick‑fil‑A Oak Park Plaza is more than just a job. It’s a stepping-stone to a successful future in the world of business. Here are some of the great benefits of working at Chick‑fil‑A.

Sales and Promotions

Representatives from new members The Shawnee Post would like to offer a special advertiser 20% discount for Chamber members.

Our 100,000 readers are invested in their local Shawnee Mission Community. Discounted rates starting at just $80. Call today: (913) 669-3086 or email jwesthoff@shawneemissionpost.com

Buy 3 Get 1 FREE - Gift Cards

Thinking about Employee Gift’s or Appreciation Rewards?   We have the solution — Give Them the Gift of Relaxation and Wellness from Massage Heights Body & Face. Buy 3 Get 1 FREE – Gift Cards (Ex. Buy 3 $75.00 get a $75 Gift Card FREE)

WINE WEDNESDAYS! $15

the 2nd WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH 5:30PM – 6:30PM TASTING OF 6 WINES

Focused on your full recovery

Kansas is a direct access state which means that most insurance companies allow you to come to physical therapy without a doctor’s referral.  We also offer “trigger point dry needling” which is used to decrease pain and improve range of motion by reducing muscle tightness and tension.