Historic Weston Chamber of Commerce

The Weston Chamber meets on

every second Thursday at 5:30 p.m.


Board of Directors: ​​

  • Brent Newkirk | President/Director

  • Denise Jarrett |Treasurer/Director

  • Erik Olson | Director/Marketing Chair

  • Mel Beverlin | Director

  • Roger Gascoigne | Director

  • Sarah Hoffman | Director

  • Louis Smither | Director

  • Suzanne Zimmerman | Vice President/Director

  • Corey Weinfurt | Director     


Weston Chamber Standing Committees:

  • Budget & Governance         

  • Membership     

  • Nominating     

  • Public Relations

  • Marketing & Advertising

  • Membership


Weston Chamber Annual Event Committees:

  • Annual Dinner

  • Applefest

  • November Holiday Open House

  • Christmas Candlelight Homes Tour

  • 2nd Saturdays



Brief History & Goals:


The Weston Chamber of Commerce was originally formed as the Weston Development Company in 1982 with leadership from Jeff Elsea, Ted Wilson, Gary Norris, Don Spratt and James Swaney. Known as the WDC for 22 years, it was converted to a Chamber in 2005 to incorporate the support and wisdom of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, United States Chamber of Commerce and affiliated groups.


From the beginning, the purpose of the organization has been the economic development of the City of Weston, Missouri and its environs by promoting and assisting the growth and development of business concerns. As it was in the early stages of the WDC, this still means working to improve the City of Weston, making it not only more attractive for business but a better place for all of us to visit and stay for a day, a weekend or a lifetime. And that means helping small and large businesses alike, creating and disseminating information on our assets, encouraging incentives for quality commercial and residential development, and creating partnerships where the whole becomes greater than the parts through the cooperation of government agencies, organizations, businesses, and individuals.

Membership & Services: To further the goals and programs for the greater good of Weston, Missouri, the Chamber seeks the support of businesses and individuals. Sponsoring businesses and organizations support the Chamber, including the Weston Visitor Center and the Weston Marketing Program through an annual $1,000 membership. Other businesses members provide $125 in annual support and individual members pay $35 annually.

Weston Merchandise 

The Weston Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business association so we are doing everything we can to support the Weston Visitors Center and various community activities as we work to make Weston better for all of us ...visitors, residents and businesses alike.


We offer the following historic Weston items which you may purchase at the Weston Visitor Center, 526 Main Street.


  • Father Christmas Greeting Cards $3.00 each, 6 for | $15.00

  • Lewis & Clark Commemorative Coin | $5.00

  • Weston Historical Museum Postcard | 25¢ each

  • Weston Memories Postcard | 25¢ each

  • Weston Memories Vol. II, 1837 - 2000 | $39.95

  • Missouri, Platte County, and Franklin County maps | $1.00

  • Weston Magnet | $3.00

  • Weston Color Postcard | $1.00

  • Weston Shopping Bag | $3.00

  • Weston Bumper Sticker | $3.00

  • Weston 2019 Father Christmas Ornament | $7.00

  • Weston Father Christmas All-Occasion Greeting Card | $5.00

Chamber Board Meeting Minutes

                       2019 Board of Directors & Officers

(missing Sarah Hoffman, Suzanne Zimmerman, and Erik Olson)​

2019 Glow Award Recipient

                  Pat Egan

Voted #1 Best Day Trip 14 years running! - Ingram's Magazine
Voted #1 Best Overnight Destination - Visit KC.com
Voted Best Day Trip - The Pitch
Voted Favorite Day Trip - Visit KC Visitors Choice Award
Voted Best Day Trip & Beautiful Town- Rural Missouri Magazine
Voted Best Small Town in Missouri - AAA Midwest Traveler Magazine
Voted Most Beautiful Town in Missouri - Expedia Viewfinder Travel Blog

Explore Weston ...

You'll love the variety of shops, restaurants, a brewery and pub, wineries, distillery, museums, entertainment and attractions and the many places to stay in this pre-Civil War town.