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March may seem a little early to be thinking about the new golf season, but the Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce is already looking for players and sponsors for its 21st annual golf tournament on Monday, June 3. This year’s tourney will again be held at Greenbriar Hills Country Club.

There is good news for those saddened to read that a favorite Kirkwood shop, Moonbeams, was closing. Moonbeams will now make the move to Glendale after being a fixture in downtown Kirkwood for 17 years. It was earlier reported that Moonbeams’ owner Debbie McCormac had decided to close Moonbe…

Balkan Treat Box now has a “brick and mortar” location at 8103 Big Bend Blvd. in Old Orchard. The unique restaurant offers Balkan-inspired fare that has won local and national acclaim since first being served from a food truck in 2017.

Kirkwood Fence, 200 S. Elam Ave., Suite 100, Valley Park, is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Since 1979, Kirkwood Fence has been providing customers with fencing products designed for ultimate performance and style.

Debbie McCormac, long-time owner of Moonbeams in Kirkwood, closed the gift store at the end of January. Moonbeams carried a variety of gift and home decor items, many made locally or in the United States, items often one-of-a-kind.

Community Creations offers pen and ink prints that capture the essence of the Kirkwood community. Artist Bruce Loeschen has been creating his prints for more than 25 years. He combines local landmarks and figures with the commercial landscape to create a unique representation of a community.

• The Kirkwood-Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly general membership luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., at Holiday Inn Route 66, 10709 Watson Road at South Lindbergh Boulevard. Reservations need to be made by 3 p.m. the Friday before the luncheon. Cos…