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January - March 2021 On the Cover: St. Luke’s Hospital Out & About is published quarterly by the Chesterfield Regional Chamber. Publication schedule is: January-March, April-June, JulySeptember, October-December. Copyright 2019. Chesterfield Regional Chamber. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Out & About is distributed by the U.S. Postal Service to all homes and businesses in the 63017 and 63005 ZIP codes, approximately 26,402 places. Out & About is always available online, on the Chamber website, and Facebook. Published By: Chesterfield Regional Chamber 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 Publisher: Nora Amato, President & CEO, Chesterfield Regional Chamber Editor: Carol Enright Designer: Krysta Struthers, Assistant Director, Chesterfield Regional Chamber Contributing Writers: Dennis Fry, Matt Kasten, Ann Chrissos, Ebonee Shaw, and Mary Shapiro. For advertising rates or news releases, call the Chamber office at 636-532-3399 or email outandabout@chesterfieldmochamber.com. 4

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CONTENTS

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Microbial Solutions Finds New Use for Existing Product During Pandemic

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New Member Spotlights New Member Mini Profiles

It’s a New Year! President and CEO’s Column

Safely protect your home and business

Maryville’s Walker Scottish Rite Clinic Transitions to Telepractice

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Transitioning from in-person therapy to telepractice

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Downtown Chesterfield Becoming a Reality - Finally!

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Keeping Moms and Babies Safe During a Pandemic

Covid-19 safety guidelines for new parents and babies

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Play, Eat and Rock at The District New entertainment retail and restaurant development in Chesterfield Valley

Letter from the Board

Chesterfield Food Scene Daylight Donuts

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Louis C. Sachs’ Downtown Chesterfield vision come to life

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Gratitude

Business Column

News by the Numbers Chesterfield News

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Chamber Programs

Community Events

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Directory

Chamber Directory

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Recreation in Rural Chesterfield

Chesterfield Historic and Landmark Preservation Committee

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New Member Spotlights

Get to know some of the businesses that have joined the Chesterfield Regional Chamber since the last edition of Out & About. groups and training, Mike helps business owners Advertising/Marketing achieve higher levels of success and happiness in Feature Group USA all areas of life, helping them let go of stress and Image Makers, Communicators, struggle and create a life they desire and deserve to Marketers. Feature Group USA live. Contact: Mike Kitko at 636-288-0008 or mike@ has helped global, national and local companies mikekitko.com. Visit mikekitko.com. build their image, their brand and their sales with video, graphic and digital media. We can help you craft your message, tell your story powerfully and select the right technologies to deliver it. Whether virtual or in-person, live or on demand, Feature is your one-stop resource. Our client relationships span decades because of our expertise and genuine interest in their business. Give us a call and see for yourself why clients grow their business with Feature Group USA. Contact: 636-537-3800 or info@ featuregroupusa.com. Visit 1415 Elbridge Payne Road, Suite 170, Chesterfield, or featuregroupusa. com. Audio-Visual Services Visionwork Group The Visionwork Group is a St. Louis-based corporate meeting audio/visual services team that has been providing exceptional meeting and special event technology equipment, production and support for over 25 years. Live streaming, virtual meetings, video production and conference A/V — at your location or any venue. Our team of technicians, planners and experts will partner with you, providing audio/ visual and production support from initial concept to the final encore — to make sure your meeting goes exactly as planned. Please contact Scotty O’Brien anytime for questions, an in-person meeting or an immediate quote. Contact: Scotty O’Brien at 636-207-9999 or scotty@visionworkgroup.com. Visit visionworkgroup.com. Consultants Mike Kitko Mike Kitko is an executive self-mastery coach, speaker and author. He found external success through powerful titles, incomes and material possessions. He ultimately fell into depression, alcoholism, and the near collapse of his family, before he began a journey of internal happiness and success. Through private coaching, mastermind 6

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Dental Services Clarkson Dental Group Clarkson Dental Group has been providing state-of-the-art dental care to St. Louis and West County for over 30 years. Our entire team is dedicated to providing exceptional preventive, general, sedation, restorative and cosmetic dental care in a relaxed, unhurried atmosphere. Smaller by design, our goal is to provide a family-friendly vibe with a personal touch — and all the professional expertise you would expect at your dentist. Dr. Mahlin and his highly trained dental team cater to patients who expect quality dentistry along with a more personalized level of attention. Contact: Scott Mahlin or Caleb Boudinot at 636537-0065 or reception@ClarksonDentalGroup. com. Visit 1748 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, or ClarksonDentalGroup.com Entertainment SMASH GLOBAL MEDIA From radio show host and TV personality to podcast creator and internet video star, the talents of Asher Benrubi/The Smash fit a multi-platform array of business applications and social networking. As a creative consultant, Asher provides a unique conceptualization to all business building projects. As an on-air spokesman, Asher Benrubi/The Smash is a branding iron for the identity of your company, product or service. As a host, he brings unmatched entertainment value to your event. As a radio/ podcast producer, he provides an aural “theatre of the mind” presentation to an appreciative audience. And his on-screen presence gets and holds attention. From writing, recording and producing commercials to marketing, advertising and promoting on-air and online, see what Asher can do for you! Visit SMASHGLOBAL.MEDIA @chesterfieldmochamber

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Government St. Louis County Library St. Louis County Library serves nearly 900,000 people in a community that strongly supports small and local businesses. Save over $13,000 per year using our resources and services for small business owners and nonprofits. Entrepreneurs can access free, online information to help explore their business idea, create business plans, search for funding, choose a location, define and target their market, find demographics and more. At any stage in the life of a business, we have information and knowledgeable librarians who teach classes and meet one-on-one in sessions tailored to an entrepreneur’s individual needs — always for free. Contact: Angela Brooks at 314-994-3300 or abrooks@slcl.org. Visit 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd., Frontenac, or slcl.org or slcl.org/content/booklibrarian for assistance. Health & Beauty Four Seasons Nails Four Seasons Nails, conveniently located off Clarkson Road between Baxter and Chesterfield Parkway, is your elegant destination for manicures (classic, gel, dip/powder, French and acrylic), pedicures, lashes and waxing. Wind down with a glass of wine in this relaxing spa atmosphere while our professionals take care of you. We offer the trendiest nail designs with the latest spa technique. Our newly opened venue is beautiful and spacious — perfect for a girls’ day out, a wedding party or your own personal spa day. Appointments and walk-ins welcome! Contact: 636-778-9608 or fourseasonsnailsmo@yahoo.com. Visit 1688 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, or fourseasonsnails.net. Healthcare UHeal Direct Primary Care Conveniently located for our neighbors in Chesterfield, Ellisville, Manchester and Ballwin, UHeal Direct Primary Care offers affordable and accessible health care for all without the headache of insurance premiums, deductibles and copays. A longtime Chesterfield resident and mother of two, Dr. Divya founded UHeal DPC in 2020 to bring her neighbors affordable health care. For a flat monthly fee, UHeal DPC members receive unlimited medical services including acute care, physicals, preventative medicine, procedures, labs, travel medicine, and telemedicine. Labs, imaging and prescriptions are

available at discounted wholesale prices. Visit our website to find out more about us and to enroll now! Contact: Dr. Divya Chauhan at 314-208-2535 or drdivya@uhealdpc.com. Visit 15555 Manchester Road, Ballwin, or uhealdpc.com. OsteoStrong – Chesterfield Valley OsteoStrong helps you strengthen the foundation of your body — the skeletal system which is arguably one the most critical systems of the human body. Weekly sessions last 10 minutes with only 60 seconds of effort! Many OsteoStrong clients experience improved bone density, posture, balance and athletic performance — and less joint and back pain. First session is on us. We ensure social distancing and employ a NASA-approved air filtration system that kills 99.99% of the Covid virus in the air and on surfaces. A limited number of founding members receive additional savings. Contact Johnny Harper at 314-300-6655 or chesterfieldvalley@osteostrong. me. Visit 703 Long Road Crossing Drive, Suite 9, Chesterfield, or osteostrong.me. Insurance Services Beattie & Associates Beattie & Associates is an employee benefits firm focused on providing progressive strategies, expertise, experience and resources to organizations to help them define and meet their benefit objectives. Our clients range in size from 1,200 employees down to two. Employers in Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Texas, Nebraska, Florida and Montana rely on our experienced team to provide collaborative solutions to their benefit and insurance needs, but the majority of our business still operates here in Chesterfield. Contact: Eric J. Moser at 636-532-4300 or emoser@ibeattie.com. Visit 16666 Old Chesterfield Road, Chesterfield, or beattieandassociates.com. Not For Profit Gateway Section–PGA of America The Gateway PGA Section was established in 1976 to better serve PGA professionals who live within the Gateway Section. The goal of the Section is to serve the PGA member and to grow the game of golf through educational, financial and playing opportunities. The PGA REACH Gateway foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Section, works through its youth, military and inclusion programming to help bring opportunities to individuals who


otherwise might not have the opportunity to play golf. We are located in Chesterfield Valley off Wild Horse Creek Road. Contact: Nolan Toovey at 636486-4062 or ntoovey@pgahq.com. Visit 17269 Wild Horse Creek Road, Chesterfield, or gatewaypga.org. Office Space and Services Humanscale As the leading global designer and manufacturer of ergonomic and IT office solutions, Humanscale is here to help your organization create a more efficient and healthier place to work. We are a team of ergonomic consultants focused on helping companies attract quality talent and retain the talent they do have, along with increasing comfort and productivity while working (home or office). Contact Ryan Chapman at 816-257-6791 or rchapman@humanscale.com. Visit humanscale.com. Real Estate - Realtors Sarah Bernard Realty Team Located in Chesterfield Valley, the Sarah Bernard Realty Team with Red Key Realty Leaders represents both sellers and buyers of

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primary residences and second homes throughout the greater St. Louis and St. Charles areas — and at Innsbrook Resort where we have over 17 vacation rentals and a knowledgeable hospitality staff to help you plan the perfect getaway. Our full-time agents and support team are passionate about you and your needs and are well known for our business-minded, ethical and compassionate approach. We’ll make your real estate journey easy with the joyous outcome you deserve. Contact: Sarah Bernard at 314-780-9070 or sarah@sarahbernardrealestate.com. Visit 17107 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite 160, Chesterfield, or SarahBernardRealEstate.com. The Medelberg Team Berkshire Hathaway Alliance Realtors With over 50 years of combined real estate experience and based out of Chesterfield, we offer complete real estate services. Our team leader, Margie Medelberg, has lived in Chesterfield for the past 50 years made it her top priority to surround herself with agents who care deeply about clients — not just commission. Our team will work to make your move as stress-free as possible. We’ll handle all the transaction details, work with buyers — one of our agents is an architect by trade, so he can assist with inspections and help you visualize what your home could be. Contact: Margie Medelberg, Jeanne Dolan, Lisa Graf, or Clay Savage at 636-530-4004 or Themedelbergteam@ gmail.com. Restaurants/Food/Beverage Panera Bread – Chesterfield Commons Panera Bread-Chesterfield Commons puts you in the center of the Chesterfield Valley entertainment and shopping district. As so many of us adjust our daily routines, Panera is ready to serve you right where you need us, with good food that tastes good and feels good, too. We’re focused on serving you safely in our drive-thru, and through drive-up and contactless delivery. Order Panera online or through the Panera bread app and we’ll have your favorites ready when you arrive — or bring them right to your door! Now hiring all positions for full- and part-time availability. Contact: Michelle Huelsman at 636-5198187 or Michelle.Huelsman@panerabread.com. Visit 17132 Chesterfield Airport Road, Chesterfield, or jobs.panerabread.com


It’s a New Year!

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am writing this column at the close of 2020. It is December 21 — the winter solstice, the darkest day of the year. Yet today there was a spectacular event not seen in 800 years: Jupiter and Saturn converged to make a beautiful star. This event gives a feeling of hope — something that I desperately need at the end of what has been the most demanding, challenging, tiring year that I have ever experienced. Just when I believed I had a grasp on things, it was all upended. In this very same column a year ago, in the January-March 2020 Nora Amato issue of Out & About, I vowed to “unplug from technology overload.” How did that work out for me? LOL! The challenges I’ve faced this past year are nothing compared to those threatening the existence of our small businesses. It is now more important than ever to SUPPORT LOCAL (shopping, dining, playing, staying and working). Our businesses NEED each of YOU! With safer-athome and other pandemic-related restrictions, this means we need to get creative. We can support local by curbside ordering, shopping, visiting places with our “social bubble,” writing Google reviews about those businesses we love, connecting on the “Nextdoor” website and suggesting local businesses to neighbors, and continually talking up and partnering with our businesses. Our Chamber community is amazing — we are over 700 members strong and continue to look out for one another. We are working diligently to create networking, resources, educational opportunities and community events in 2021. My team, board of directors, Chamber members and volunteers are here to serve and reinvent our programs as needed. It is our plan to offer our same 425+ events, programs, meetings, as we did last year — in person when possible, and via Zoom, Facebook Live, and hybrid models. I can’t talk about community without giving a shout out to our Chesterfield Police Department. In these months defined by uncertainty, our local police have remained steadfast in their commitment to keeping our neighborhoods and our businesses safe. I am grateful for our police.

I am also grateful for the patience so many of you have shown me and my team as we did our best to support our businesses and our community in these strange times. Please continue to have patience with our businesses, the Chamber and our community as everyone is getting their “sea legs” for 2021. I am working closely with the various institutions to bring about our events, programs and meetings safely for everyone. We have postponed our annual Casino Night until later in the year and will have a virtual trivia night on Feb. 5. Please plan to join us. I can’t wait until we can fully resume our in-person events — I miss seeing you! But until that glorious day when this pandemic is in our rearview mirror, we will keep on making lemonade out of lemons. With much gratitude and hope in 2021!

Nora Macalady Amato is the president and CEO of the Chesterfield Regional Chamber. Reach her at 636-532-3399 or email nora@ chesterfieldmochamber.com.


Gratitude Letter from the Board

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hile 2020 has been a very challenging year personally, it’s also been very stressful for small business in general. I know firsthand as a small business owner — with decreased revenues, county/state mandates, recruitment issues and worrying about paying the bills, the list goes on and on. But I can assure you that staying positive and surrounding yourself with the right people will pull you through the toughest of times. I couldn’t be more excited to be the 2021 chairman for the Chesterfield Regional Chamber of Commerce. Through the pandemic, the Chamber has been there as a support structure for all businesses, big and small — guiding us in the right direction, standing up for what is right, and providing the needed assistance when times are critical. I can’t imagine running a business and not being part of such a wonderful resource. There were several times this year when the Chamber directed me to federal and county resources that I would have not found without their expert guidance. The Chamber

staff has worked tirelessly this year to provide businesses and the community the resources we needed to survive the daily challenges of 2020. For this, I am most GRATEFUL. I think, at times, we need to sit back and really understand how GRATEFUL we really are for what we have and who we know. I am more than blessed and do what I can to help others when possible. This is why I love being a part of the Chesterfield Regional Chamber. It allows me Matt Kasten to help others in so many ways including volunteering at the Chesterfield Regional Chamber Summer Concert Series, annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run, the Winter Festival, and Cookies with Santa at Faust Park. Although these events were modified this year to meet St. Louis County safety requirements, the Chamber pulled through and found a way to make them happen. When most would simply say “we have to cancel,” the Chamber said, “We can modify — we need to make this happen for the community and businesses!” Being a part of the Chamber has helped me get through this challenging year. Knowing that other businesses were experiencing the same issues as my business really helped me process the challenge at the time. It was easy to get down at times, but I constantly reminded myself that gratitude is a powerful catalyst for happiness, which pulled me through — and here we are going into 2021 and still in business! I can’t wait to see what 2021 will bring to the Chesterfield Regional Chamber of Commerce, but I know with the team we have in place, it will be great — and I am most GRATEFUL to be a part of that team!

Matthew P. Kasten is chairman of the Chesterfield Regional Chamber of Commerce and owner of KasTech, LLC dba Digital Doc Chesterfield. You can reach Matt at matt.kasten@digitaldoc.com or 314486-4895.

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Chesterfield Food Scene Daylight Donuts offers doughnuts by day — desserts by night By Mary Shapiro

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aylight Donuts — open since the week before Thanksgiving — offers a variety of tasty treats but provides them during more than just daylight hours. The new drive-through donut haven is located in the building that housed the former Sheridan’s Frozen Custard, at 155 Hilltown Village Center facing Chesterfield Parkway near Olive Boulevard. Drew Selman, of Chesterfield, is one of three owners of the business, along with Dan and Julie Ring, also of Chesterfield. “I’ve been a business manager for many years but this is the most difficult management job I have ever had,” Selman admitted. The Daylight Donut Flour Company, LLC, is a privately held enterprise, founded in 1954 and based out of Tulsa, Okla., with nearly 1,000 retail outlets in 28 states and close to a dozen international markets. All stores are independently owned and operated by businesspeople who are free to keep all the profits they earn from their stores, according to the firm’s website. Selman said he and the Rings passed this Sheridan’s location frequently and had talked about their feelings that something needed to go in there after Sheridan’s closed. “During a Friday night dinner, we talked about it further and stopped there on the way home — I hopped out of the car and called the broker,” he said. “We hit upon a doughnut shop that we could double as a dessert place in the evening — and that is what we are doing with Daylight.” The trio had researched various doughnut franchises. “Daylight Donuts offers licenses, and so we would have some more freedom with our afterhours concept. I was convinced to go with Daylight in no small part because of their commitment to us and that the brand was not here in St. Louis. We wanted something new here that would excite people. That we are licensees meant that we could really put our own touch on it.” Daylight’s doughnuts may look ordinary but Selman insists the flavors are like nothing found here in town.

“They are the second largest doughnut brand in the United States — behind only Dunkin’ — with store numbers exceeding that of Krispy Kreme,” he said. All products are made fresh every day — baking starts at 1 a.m. Patrons can enjoy three kinds of raised doughnuts made with yeast; rolls like cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, bear claws, pinecones, rosettes, bow ties and butterflies; six different kinds of cake doughnuts; mini cake doughnuts; four kinds of jellyfilled doughnuts; and long john twists and maple bacon long johns. “We also offer kolaches, a cheese or jalapeno sausage-filled doughnut wrapped in sweet dough,” he said. “We have full coffee and tea service. Starting shortly, we’ll offer milkshakes, both boozy and nonalcoholic. We also can add alcohol to coffee. And we have frozen custard sandwiches, where we inject jelly-filled doughnuts or long johns with frozen custard.” Selman’s partial to old fashioned doughnuts, which are sour-cream based. Daylight Donuts now opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 7 p.m. Hours will extend to 10 p.m. on the weekends when people can start to eat inside or it gets warm enough to sit outside, Selman said. “Our whole idea is to be a traditional doughnut shop by day and a dessert shop in the evening, because we don’t feel there’s a dessert shop in town – we want to give people a place to go, eventually, after a show or after dinner,” he said.


“We call that evening concept Daylight After Dark, which will feature mini-doughnuts, boozy milkshakes and ice cream filled doughnuts. We also have a full liquor license to help make this a fun place for dessert. ” Chesterfield is a great location for the premier location, he said. “We’re across the street from Pfizer, up the street from Bayer and on the northern border of new developments,” Selman said. “The Rings and I live here in Chesterfield and we recognized an up-andcoming market with a niche that no one had filled.” Opening during a pandemic “has been interesting,” Selman admitted. “Everything is slower but our walk-in and drive-in traffic has been steady,” he said. Customers can also order online at daylightdonuts-stl. com “and that has been the best way to make sure you get particular doughnuts in the mornings,” he said. Selman uses social media to let followers know what is going on. “I try to post what is in our case every day so that people can see what is fresh — like every bakery, we don’t always make everything every day,” Selman said. “We have been extremely busy on the weekends and are making changes to increase our output and to make everyone happy.”

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Get Prepared for Your 2020 Personal Income Taxes By Dennis M. Fry, CPA

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t’s January and tax season is upon us. Now’s the time to gather the primary things you’ll need to provide your CPA (certified public accountant) for them to best assist you with your 2020 income taxes. So let’s get organized!

As CPAs, we have a list of things we want our clients to provide us so we can properly prepare their income taxes: Keep your eye out for mail with the words “Tax Documents Enclosed.” The following forms are generally mailed out by Jan. 31: •W-2 •1099-INT •1099-DIV •1099-B Dennis M. Fry •Consolidated Tax Statement, or Consolidated 1099, from each financial institution where you have investments •1098 for mortgage interest •1095-A, 1095-B, 1095-C for evidence of minimum essential health insurance coverage -1095-A – from ACA (Affordable Care Act) Marketplace/exchange -1095-B – from health insurance provider (includes plans from employers with less than 50 employees) -1095-C – from employers with 50 or more employees Form K-1s from pass-through investments •Prepared by respective partnerships and S corporations •May not be received until shortly after March 15 (original filing deadline) through September 15 (extension deadline)

•Wording: “No goods or services were provided in return for this donation.” •For each good or service purchased at a fundraiser greater than its fair market value, the difference can be deducted if amounts are listed. Real estate tax and personal property tax paid receipt(s) •All years paid in 2020 are deductible (original tax only, no penalties or interest). If you own rental properties, Google “Schedule E” and pull it from the IRS website; then print the first page and fill in the following for each property: •Fair Rental Days (i.e. days rented or rentable) •Personal Use Days (i.e. days spent for pleasure) -Generally vacation rental properties -Do not include days spent doing repairs or maintenance •Enter income and expense (lines 3 through 19) -Don’t worry about depreciation; your CPA will handle that. If you have a small business or side hustle and brought in some income, contact your CPA for further guidance. So there it is — all the major things you need to provide your CPA for them to prepare your taxes!

Dennis Fry is the president/founder of CPAs for Hire LLC, an entrepreneurial-minded accounting firm that helps relieve the stress associated with personal and business income taxes and business ownership.

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Microbial Solutions Fin Existing Product Durin M icrobial Solutions Unlimited (MSU) — founded in June of this year by Elaine and Michael Brauch, of Chesterfield, and based in West St. Louis County — has found a use and market for an existing product, offering surface protection services in residential, school, commercial and other applications, to address the demands brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.

MSU will treat a home, business or other facility with an antimicrobial coating that protects all types of surfaces against many pathogens with lasting protection up to 90 days, Elaine Brauch said. While the young company primarily is only operating in the greater metro St. Louis area now, there is the potential for “taking this product as far as we can,” said Elaine, chief executive officer of the firm. Michael is chief financial officer. The firm recently started up another location in Tulsa, Okla. “We are all living with the Covid pandemic and we think we have a great addition — along with following other safety protocols — to help with what we are all dealing with,” she said. They strongly believe in the PRO-Techs formula, which was developed by Dow Corning Corporation more than 20 years ago. “Overall, no one could figure how to gain the public’s interest in utilizing the PRO-Techs product on a grand scale or why people would want to expand use of this product,” Elaine said. “It’s sort of been sitting on the shelf for a long time until Covid hit, when we certainly realized there could be a great use for it.” Terry Kitzmiller, chief operating officer of the firm based at 10679 Midwest Industrial Blvd., said the Hanes clothing company has used the product on underwear to keep mold and odors out 16

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of the fabric. “It has also been used in hotels like the Wynn and Marriott chains — this is not a new product, but MSU has a new use for it,” Kitzmiller said. Elaine Brauch said the product provides an invisible coating that creates a permanent bond with surfaces, offering protection guaranteed to last up to 90 days. “It’s unlike disinfectants, which will kill things but provide no lasting protection,” she said, adding that the product can be used on any surface from doorknobs at homes to public restrooms in office or medical buildings. Kitzmiller said the PRO-Techs manufacturing arm has done independent lab tests to prove the effectiveness of the product, which is known to kill influenza A and B strains, black mold, coronavirus, E. coli and more. “The product used in Wynn Hotels was still active and working two years after the application,” she said. “We’ve been very successful with applications in schools and homes. MSU is running special pricing for the holidays for home protection.” Kitzmiller said the firm has about 10 full@chesterfieldmochamber

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time employees and a few more contractors to help with applications. The specialized application company applies a state-of-the-art antimicrobial treatment to many types of surfaces and spaces, as a preferred contractor and manufacturer-trained applicator of PRO-Techs. “PRO-Techs is unlike other excessive chemical treatments that cannot be sustained as they are being done today. These costly other practices to kill viruses result in chemical buildup and unknown long-term residual effects on health,” Brauch said. Brauch pointed to one study that analyzed the incidence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) among nurses regularly exposed to disinfectant. It found that nurses who used any

type of disinfectant at least weekly had a 35 percent increased risk of developing COPD. And among those who reported using disinfectants more often — four days per week or more — the risk was increased by 43 percent. Kitzmiller said MSU’s service area stretches as far north as Hannibal, Mo., as far west as Pacific, and east into Illinois cities including Columbia and Fairview Heights. The firm is bonded and insured for both Missouri and Illinois. Brauch said the firm first will meet with a customer to discuss needs and demonstrate the product’s effectiveness using a luminometer device (used by health inspectors when they examine restaurants), which immediately measures an energy molecule found in all plants and animals, as well as in food, bacteria and mold, as an indicator of

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cleanliness and microbiological contamination, by spotting biological matter not visible to the human eye. The testing spots matter that shouldn’t be present after cleaning, she said. “Once a treatment program is agreed upon for a customer, our professional application team will take over applying the PRO-Techs formula — we sometimes encourage application during business hours for people to witness firsthand what we’re doing,” Brauch said. “This application process is not time consuming but precise in its application and perfectly safe.” Kitzmiller added the product is EPA certified green and food surface contact graded, so it’s nontoxic, non-allergenic and not leaching. It is safe for surfaces where children and pets are present, she said. “That certification is very difficult to obtain from the EPA,” she said.

The firm has received excellent customer feedback, she said. “We did a luminometer test at St. Dominic High School in O’Fallon, Missouri, came back in 30 days and tested the same desks and surfaces, which were still protected,” Kitzmiller said. “We also recently did applications at St. Joseph’s Academy in Kirkwood.” They have seen an increase in their customer base, she said, with business — especially residential — really picking up in late October. Brauch said people “are becoming more aware of what antimicrobial is — lay people hadn’t been aware of the protection of this product before.” “I’ve heard about appreciation of our professionalism from our customers,” she said. “They’re pleasantly surprised the process is quicker than they expected.” Kitzmiller added that “when people compare us to disinfectant foggers, they are very excited the pricing is so reasonable – we want to do what’s right for the community, and we’re not trying to gouge anyone.”

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Maryville’s Walker Scottish Rite Clinic Transitions to Telepractice Therapy

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he Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, a program of Maryville University, provides certified speechlanguage pathologists to educate parents and caregivers of children 2 to 6 years old who are struggling with communication disorders. While most kids are eager to talk, some may have serious trouble expressing themselves. Those children are at risk of early school failure, including difficulties interacting in their peer groups and with language-based skills like reading and writing.

Clinic services are also available in seven convenient locations in St. Louis City and County, Jefferson County, Lincoln County and Franklin County in Missouri. Since 2015, when the Walker Clinic became an official program of Maryville University, 2,656 children have received nearly 35,000 sessions of speechlanguage intervention. The Walker Clinic was co-founded in 1988 by Earl and Myrtle Walker and Les Denney. Every clinic is funded by corporate and foundation grants, special fundraising events, and individual donations. The clinics receive no federal funding, and families are never charged for services, regardless of financial status or insurance coverage. Thanks to the generosity of many donors, clinic services continue to grow. Early on in the pandemic, the Walker Clinics transitioned chesterfieldmochamber.com

from in-person therapy sessions to telepractice, allowing for children to continue therapy and for caregivers to learn techniques to use at home. Within a matter of weeks, the majority of enrolled children began receiving remote services. Currently, more than 2,000 telepractice sessions have been conducted and the therapists are reaching families in new ways including Facebook live videos and YouTube trainings. “In today’s world, we focus on extending our reach in new ways to help children in underserved areas and communities. While we currently have a waiting list for telepractice sessions, the Facebook videos produced by our therapists offer an immediate alternative,” said Jacob Gutshall, director of the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic at Maryville University. “When children struggle to communicate, parents and caregivers become essential partners in the early intervention process.” Parents are invited to view parent training videos at: https:// www.facebook.com/pg/wsrclinic/

videos/ and learn more. Each child enrolled in the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic is served by a master’slevel speechlanguage pathologist, who is certified by the American Ebonee F. Shaw Speech-LanguageHearing Association, licensed by the Missouri State Board of Healing Arts, and trained in the Hanen Centre’s “It Takes Two to Talk.” Therapy sessions are tailored to each child’s special needs. Services include speech-language screenings and evaluations, individual and group therapy, audiological evaluations and caregiver training. To learn more about clinic services or providers in your area, call 314-529-9200. To learn more about the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic or to make a donation visit srclinic.org.

Ebonee F. Shaw is the development director of the Maryville University Walker Scottish Rite Clinic.

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town Chesterfield Reality — Finally! By Carol Enright

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hen Louis C. Sachs began buying up parcels of land in Chesterfield in 1967, the developer considered by many as the “father of modern Chesterfield” envisioned Downtown Chesterfield: a vibrant, residential and commercial mixed-used development that would be the heart of the growing suburb. Sachs and his firm went on to develop the 1,500 acres known as Chesterfield Village, and his donations of land and money made possible many Chesterfield institutions including the Chesterfield Family YMCA, the Jewish Community Center, Faust Park, the Samuel C. Sachs branch of the St. Louis County Library and even Chesterfield Parkway. chesterfieldmochamber.com

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But Sachs never saw Downtown Chesterfield materialize before his death in 2011. Today, Jeff Tegethoff, operating partner at real-estate development firm CRG, is building out Sachs’ vision with Wildhorse Village, a 100-acre multiuse development bordered by Burkhardt Place, Chesterfield Parkway and Wild Horse Creek roads. Tegethoff said that while there has been development throughout the city, there is “nothing with this type of attitude, this walkability and this type of new urbanism Downtown Chesterfield feel.” “That’s what was originally envisioned by Louis Sachs going back almost 50 years ago,” Tegethoff said. “It’s crazy that he had that foresight and vision to think that Downtown Chesterfield was supposed to look like this — and it took 50 years for somebody to do it. He was way ahead of his time.” With construction underway, Tegethoff expects the major site work and infrastructure — interior roads, Burkhardt road expansion and bike paths, curbs, stoplights, “pocket park” amenities, and improvements to Chesterfield Parkway and Wild Horse Creek Road — to be finished by July 2021. “We’ll start seeing residential for-sale properties starting to go vertical June 1st,” he added. The first residential properties will include 72 townhouses built by Payne Family Homes starting at around $400,000, 35 singlefamily homes built by McKelvey Homes ranging from the high $600,000s to $1 million, and 250 apartments. The development also includes a 40unit luxury condominium building expected to start construction by the end of 2021, with prices starting at about $1 million. “We have a broad crossrange of properties,” Tegethoff said. “Everything from rental properties to $400,000 townhouses to $800,000 single-family homes to million-plus dollar luxury condos.” But the real star of the development? “We have this beautiful lake in the middle of the site,” said Tegethoff. “We will be delivering a boathouse on the lake, similar to what they have in Forest Park, where people will be able to do standup paddleboard and kayak rental.”

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The lake will center a landscape that includes boardwalks, trails, a floating garden, a stepped amphitheater with a performance stage, public art installations, and gathering spaces such as picnic lawns, “pocket parks” and terraced plazas. A “main street” lined with pedestrian-friendly buildings will wrap around the lakefront, and about 25,000 to 30,000 square feet will be available for lakefront dining. The development will also feature a grocery store at the corner of Burkhardt Place and Chesterfield Parkway. “We really tried to focus on connecting to nature in the overall development,” said Tegethoff. “Some of the things we think about in master site planning in these first-ring suburban markets is that it’s not as much about mixed use as it is about mix

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of uses. Obviously, it is an opportunity to engage living space, working space and entertainment space but we’re fortunate that we get to connect all that to nature as well as the existing civic assets.” Proximity to the YMCA, Veterans Honor Park, the Sachs library and the Chesterfield Amphitheater make this site an ideal “urban transitional neighborhood” that is less dense than what is being planned in the redevelopment of the Chesterfield Mall site, said Tegethoff. (See story page 31.) “This gives an opportunity for people to transition as you head west toward more rooftops, but still gives people who live in the residences or work there close proximity to restaurants, shopping, leisure and nature activities,” he added. About a million square feet of office space will be spread through multiple buildings — and demand has been “off the charts,” said Tegethoff. “There’s a tremendous demand to deliver post-Covid, wellness-focused buildings,” he said. “Executives of progressive companies are going to need to give their employees an attraction to come into the office. This is an opportunity to create a very unique experience for them.” Many of those employees will be 20-somethings and millennials seeking a more walkable, urban environment that hasn’t existed previously. “There’s a lot of reverse commuting going on,” he said. “If you look at the employers such as RGA, Pfizer and Bayer, what is the attraction for a 27-year-old with a graduate degree who makes $80,000-$100,000 a year and works at RGA? What’s chesterfieldmochamber.com

the attraction to live in Chesterfield? Right now, they live in the Central West End, in Soulard, in the Grove — anywhere but Chesterfield.” Tegethoff said the development will also appeal to empty nesters who are already securing apartments at his 11-acre Wildhorse Apartments development anchored by Ruth’s Chris steak house and a new 128-room Marriot AC hotel. “We’re not delivering apartments until March across the street, and we have dozens of people lined up to sign leases already,” said Tegethoff. Tegethoff said that third-party and proprietary research shows that the Chesterfield market is currently underserved by about 2,000 apartment units. “The first units we’ve leased at Wildhorse apartments are to local Chesterfield residents — empty nesters, 50-year-olds, 60-year-olds, who want to stay in Chesterfield. They’re continuing to work in Chesterfield, they’re not retiring. Many of them own a second home somewhere else.” Downtown Chesterfield is a general term that the city has used since Lou Sachs coined the name for the area that includes the Wildhorse Village site, Wildhorse Apartments site and the mall site. It is also the name The Staenberg Group, which is redeveloping the former Chesterfield Mall, is using for that development. Tegethoff says that the combined development — Wildhorse Village, Wildhorse Apartments and the development planned for the mall site —“not only shifts the center of gravity of Chesterfield to this intersection but the center of gravity of all St. Louis and, essentially, the entire Midwest region.” “Nowhere else, that I know of, are you going to have this concentration of development in the Midwest. Between our development and the mall site, we’re essentially going to have $2 billion worth of new development in a 200-acre area.” Tegethoff believes Wildhorse Village will attract people “not only in Chesterfield but all over the region.” “Where else are you going to go for lakefront dining or being able to go to the Chesterfield Amphitheater, then walk over and have a glass of wine somewhere near the water? Where else do you have an opportunity like that in the county? You just don’t.”

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Keeping Moms and Babies Safe During a Pandemic By Carol Enright

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ince the coronavirus pandemic disrupted our lives in the spring of 2020, medical professionals have expressed concern that people are putting routine medical care on the back burner for fear of being exposed to the novel virus at the hospital. A Centers for Disease Control report, “Delay or Avoidance of Medical Care Because of Covid-19-Related Concerns — United States, June 2020,” affirms their fears. The report found that by June 30, 2020, because of concerns about Covid19, an estimated 41% of U.S. adults had delayed or avoided medical care including urgent or emergency care (12%) and routine care (32%).

telling them what we’re doing to keep them safe, what to expect — and what they can do to prepare.” The first step expectant mothers can take in the weeks leading up to their due date is to limit their contact with others “to make sure that they’re healthy when they come to deliver and to not expose their newborn,” said Garrett. “As a general guideline, people should enter a semi-quarantine, if they can, starting at 37 weeks,” said Garrett, adding that the hospital tests its obstetrical patients before they come in for delivery to make sure they know the patients’ Covid status.

But there’s no avoiding doctors’ visits for pregnant moms-to-be. So what should expectant parents expect in pandemic times?

A Different Look and New Discharge Guidelines Once expectant parents arrive for delivery, the experience will look a little different. “Obviously, our health care workers all wear masks and face shields,” said Garrett. “If the patient is positive (for Covid-19), our personal protective equipment might include more than that. Once they get into the suites, there’s not a lot of congregating in the waiting rooms and the hallways. There’s a limitation on visitors to keep their exposure down and also to limit the amount of people coming in that could be exposing others.” Garrett also said that new guidelines for uncomplicated deliveries allow moms and babies to be discharged earlier. “If their doctor feels they are stable for discharge, they can go home at 24 hours with a vaginal delivery and for C-section deliveries, if there are no complications, they can leave at 48 hours post-delivery,” said Garrett. This compares to the typical 48-hour discharge for routine vaginal deliveries and four-day discharge for uncomplicated C-sections. “For some, that helps them with some of the visitor restrictions,” said Garrett. “So if they want to have someone other than their one allowed support person, such as a mother or father, they can come to their home sooner.”

Preparing for a Healthy Delivery “Initially, when all of this started, there was a lot of discussion about whether it was safe to go to a hospital when we know there’s Covid in every hospital,” said Kristen Garrett, director of nursing at St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield. “People were a little leery. The way we handle their concerns is by

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“Having a child is a once-ina-lifetime event — even if you have multiple children,” said Garrett. “I think people are trying to figure out how can I safely make this as special as I can?” Garrett has heard of virtual and drive-by baby showers and other creative ways family and friends are still celebrating. “We understand that people want to make it special but just take precautions and make sure they’re not exposing everyone to a virus that people may not potentially know they have at the time,” she said. “It really goes back to those core things: distance when you can, try to limit the people who are interacting with you, practice the infectionprevention strongholds of hand hygiene and masking,” said Garrett. “Those are all important when you’re interacting with people outside of your immediate household environment. “If you stay true to that you’re going to limit your baby’s exposure exponentially.” After the baby’s born, Garrett said “taking precautions of limiting the baby’s exposure — not taking the baby to some of those high-risk places, like shopping, is more important now than ever.”

“We wouldn’t take a new baby out in crowds in a normal flu and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) season,” she said. “We need to be on heightened awareness with Covid-19 as it doesn’t appear to have a season, just yet.” Garrett said although the effects of the coronavirus don’t seem to be as severe in the young, physicians are currently advising extra caution with newborns as they don’t have fully developed immune systems — and current treatment options for neonatal patients are limited. “There is so much unknown about this virus,” said Garrett. “What we don’t know is the bigger threat at this point. This is especially true with children — we don’t know the long-term effects.” Resources for Expectant Parents Although St. Luke’s has put its traditional classroom-style maternity and childbirth classes on hold due to coronavirus safety concerns, the hospital continues to offer extensive resources to expectant parents. “As some of the traditional resources have become limited because of the impact of Covid-19, we are encouraging expectant parents to make sure they are

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going to reputable sources for health information,” Garrett said. An excellent place to start, said Garrett, is St. Luke’s Hospital’s Baby Bundle app. The free app, which is available to everyone — not only St. Luke’s patients — provides access to up-to-date information and tools for every stage of pregnancy, birth and beyond. Expectant parents can also schedule a personal appointment with a St. Luke’s Maternity Nurse Navigator. This registered nurse specializes in guiding expectant parents through pregnancy with personalized support services and resources including: • Personal tour of the St. Luke’s Birth Care Suites • Assistance in selecting prenatal classes • One-on-one review of prenatal and childbirth information • One-on-one review of birth options and family preferences for creating a personalized birth plan • Pre-registration consultation, including helpful tips for selecting a pediatrician • Information on car seat selection and installation • One-on-one review of breastfeeding resources, including St. Luke’s Lactation Center, lactation consultant services and products available for purchase or rent (such as breast pumps and other nursing supplies) • Answer general pregnancy questions and discuss any concerns throughout pregnancy • Hospital visit or follow-up call after the birth of your baby Garrett said the personal nurse navigator tour is also “a time when the nurse will talk about what you can expect, what’s different because of Covid.”

Learn more about St Luke’s maternity and childbirth services, including the Maternity Nurse Navigator service, and download the Baby Bundle app at stlukes-stl.com/maternity.

A Covid-19 Safety Checklist for New Parents and Babies Limit your contacts with people outside your immediate family and practice social distance Wear a mask when going out Babies don’t wear masks, so making sure there is some type of cover or barrier protecting the baby’s face when going out in a car seat or stroller Practice good hand hygiene

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News by the Numbers

A collection of Chesterfield-focused news tidbits.

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Ruth’s Chris Steak House recently opened its newest St. Louis-area location at the new Wildhorse development, just southwest of Highway 40 and Wild Horse Creek Road in Chesterfield. One of the largest of Ruth’s Chris more than 160 facilities worldwide, the new eatery boasts 16,600 square feet of indoor space with seating for up to 450 guests. Three outdoor dining spaces are also available, with one outside on the ground level and two on the roof.

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On Nov. 9, 2020, St. Luke’s Hospital was the first healthcare network in the St. Louis region to perform a commercial implant of the newly FDA-approved WATCHMAN FLX™ device. This next generation permanent heart implant is a catheter-based, non-surgically delivered device designed to close the left atrial appendage. The procedure works to increase safety by reducing the risk of stroke in certain patients with atrial fibrillation.

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The Tipsy Pony Party Bar was recently selected as a 2021 winner of The Knot Best of Weddings. The annual award is presented to the highest-rated wedding professionals as chosen by real couples, their families and guests. Founded in 2019, The Tipsy Pony Party Bar is a restored 1970 King Horse Trailer transformed into a trendy fullservice traveling bar. The mobile bar caters to weddings, private parties, corporate events, and Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.

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The 200-acre area known as Downtown Chesterfield — Wildhorse Village, Wildhorse Apartments and the development planned for the former Chesterfield Mall site — is transforming into a $2 billion mixed-use development that will attract people “not only in Chesterfield but all over the region,” said Wildhorse Village developer, Jeff Tegethoff. Construction has begun on Wildhorse Village, the 100-acre parcel bordered by Burkhardt Place, Chesterfield Parkway and Wildhorse Creek Road, with buildings expected to start “going vertical” this summer, Tegethoff said. The Heritage Foundation of Chesterfield is moving its two-year old history museum from the upper west wing of Chesterfield Mall to a larger location close to Macy’s second floor. The museum will have more display space for its popular Native American Indian artifact collection, Don Wiegand sculptures and Veterans area. New exhibits are planned of the original villages that now make up Chesterfield and steamboats that docked here over 100 years ago. As the museum gets closer to its late spring re-opening, it will be seeking volunteers and more items to expand its collection. Desirable donations include old letters, diaries, maps and other memorabilia, furniture and objects used in everyday life in this area 50 or more years ago. To inquire about donations or volunteering, call 314-952-4725.

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A June 2020 report from the Brookings Institution estimates that the U.S. could see 300,000 to 500,000 fewer births in the coming year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It based this estimate on economic factors — couples uncertain about their financial futures are delaying getting pregnant — and historical evidence from the Great Recession of 2007-2009 and the 1918 Spanish Flu. Kristen Garrett, director of nursing at St. Luke’s, says the hospital hasn’t seen the impact of Covid-19 on birth numbers yet “but the general consensus is that due to the economic impact of Covid-19 people may not feel they are ready to have a baby.” chesterfieldmochamber.com

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Play, Eat and Rock at The District

By Mary Shapiro

A motto of The District, a planned massive new entertainment, retail and restaurant development in Chesterfield Valley, could be “Play. Eat. Rock.� chesterfieldmochamber.com

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he plan for a one-stop entertainment destination is creating success out of failure, admitted Tim Lowe, vice president of leasing and development for developer The Staenberg Group. The Staenberg Group, based in St. Louis, develops, leases and manages shopping centers through the United States and also engages in local communities through pro-bono consulting, direct philanthropic gifts and volunteering technical expertise. “Michael Staenberg, president of the organization, is very much a giver to the community and involved in multiple charitable organizations, and we have various charities we work with to help succeed,” Lowe said. Two years ago, The Staenberg Group acquired the former Taubman Prestige Outlets

— about 300,000 square feet of retail buildings on 48 acres at 17057 North Outer 40 Road. “We acquired it and had to figure out what to do with it,” he said. “There should never have been two outlet malls (Taubman and St. Louis Premium Outlets) built in Chesterfield Valley within three miles of each other — and Taubman did not succeed as an outlet mall. So we needed a new strategy.” In addition to those malls, Chesterfield Valley had Chesterfield Commons “which has every store, junior anchor and national restaurant chain there is,” Lowe said. “We decided to pursue an entertainment-themed strategy on this property,” Lowe said. “In any major city, you can find music venues, Topgolf, restaurants and entertainment uses — but spread out and not next to each other. In our planned entertainment center, we’re taking all uses and putting them in one location — the only location in the United States with all these types of uses together.” There will be five major entertainment components to the plan, including The Factory, Main Event, restaurants, Topgolf and iFLY under a concept described as “retailtainment,” Lowe said. “In a post-Covid world, we want to allow people to experience things that aren’t just shopping and then go eat and drink,” he said. Construction started about a year ago in The

District, and it will be a multiphase project. The first phase of the project will include The Factory on the west side of the property and offer a 52,000-square-foot indoor concert venue which will thedistrictstl.com | P. 314.513 hold up to 3,000 people, offer Eddie Cherry | P. 314.513.1436 state-of-the-art lighting and Rick Echelmeyer | P. 314.513.0 sound, and is set to open in the summer of 2021. Featuring a flexible size to serve from 1,500 to 3,000 patrons, The Factory will be used not just for concerts but also for corporate events and conventions. The facility will serve cocktails and other drinks and food service can be offered through catering. Lowe said there “is a high demand for a music offering west of Interstate 270.” At the opposite end of The District on the east end adjacent to the existing Topgolf at 16851 North Outer 40 Road and a proposed Residence Inn hotel, plans are also in the first phase for Main Event, where construction started in early December on the 48,559-squarefoot facility. Main Event will feature bowling, billiards, video arcade games, ropes courses, a


a multi-story office building, multifamily residential, retail uses, restaurants, ‘pocket parks,’ a bike and walking trail, a pedestrian path around the development, and a supermarket in a downtown environment,” Lowe said. “The entire development will be dictated by demand. Originally, a theater and a fitness center were part of the plan but, in the post-Covid world, I’m not sure they will exist. We’re effectively creating a new downtown in Chesterfield.” Lowe said the project will take years to complete and is devising a five- to 10-year master plan for the property. The project should cost more than $1 billion. Details are being worked out regarding a possible department store as part of the project. “We think this facility will be a regional draw,” Lowe said. “This is probably the best location of 85 acres on Interstate 64 in an unbelievably strong economic area for a project of this size — it will be a beacon for the entire metro area. If the mall had not failed, this opportunity wouldn’t exist.” January-March 2021 | Out & About 33

restaurant, party rooms, laser tag, Staenberg is not developing that karaoke and more. It should also facility though it will be part of open in the early summer of 2021, The District and plans are for it to Lowe said. open by next summer, Lowe said. The existing Topgolf — on Remaking the Mall the eastern edge of The District Another example of and including 15 acres — opened making lemons out of lemonade 3.1500 | E. info@thedistrictstl.com | tsgproperties.com in 2018. Lowe said Staenberg is The Staenberg Group’s planned 6 | E. echerry@tsgproperties.com does not own that site but has a redevelopment of the site of 0019 | E. rechelmeyer@tsgproperties.com relationship with the operators as the former Chesterfield Mall, part of The District. Topgolf offers on a total of about 85 acres at luxury golf simulator experiences Interstate 64 and Clarkson Road. and golf ball tracing technology, The mall was foreclosed on in as well as video games and food 2017 — it struggled to compete service. against the two outlet malls in A Residence Inn hotel will Chesterfield Valley (Taubman and soon be constructed adjacent St. Louis Premium Outlets), Lowe to Topgolf but is not owned by said. Staenberg though it also will be The Staenberg Group part of The District, Lowe said. bought more than 40 acres of the The second phase of plans will mall site in February and bought include six sit-down restaurants a former Sears building on the and a social hall with an outside site a little before that, Lowe said, eating area, set to open in adding his firm doesn’t own the late 2022 or early 2023. It will Macy’s (which is still operating) or be in the center of the retail Dillard’s buildings there. development section between “We’re moving forward the Main Event and the Factory, with a development to be called Lowe said. Downtown Chesterfield, to And plans also include replace the 1.3 million square iFLY, to be on the eastern side feet of Chesterfield Mall with of Topgolf and offer an indoor an urban mixed-use downtown skydiving simulator. Again, development which will include chesterfieldmochamber.com


Chamber Programs

Chesterfield event highlights for January-March. Schedule may change due to ongoing meeting restrictions due to COVID-19 concerns. Please text “Notify Chfldchamber” to 313131 or visit chesterfieldmochamber.com for updates.

Chamber Events Networking/Business Development Events

virtually from 8-9 a.m. January 13, February 10, March 10,

General Membership Meetings Networking, plus a compelling program about what’s happening in the community. 11:15 a.m.-1 p.m. January 20 February 17 March 17

LEADS Group Grow your business by sharing referrals in Chamber LEADS groups. Register once, and when another individual from your same industry requests to attend, a new LEADS group will emerge. LEADS group participation is limited to current members of the Chesterfield Regional Chamber. For more information, call the Chamber office at 636-532-3399.

Business After Hours Socialize, mix and mingle at our post-work monthly networking event from 5-7 p.m. Free for members, $15 for guests. January 28 February 25 March 25 First Thursday Coffee Network before you head to work. This event always runs 7:309 a.m. Free for members, $15 for guests. January 7 February 4 March 4 Ambassadors/Membership Join us for our monthly Membership and Ambassadors’ meeting as we discuss how to grow the Chesterfield Regional Chamber, your relationships and referrals. Meetings taking place

LEADS Group 1 meets virtually on Mondays 8-9 a.m. January 4, 11, 25 February 1, 8, 22 March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 April 5, 12, 19, 26 LEADS Group 2 meets virtually every other Monday at 7:30 a.m. January 11, 25 February 8, 22 March 8, 22 April 5, 19 LEADS Group 3 meets virtually every other Friday 8-9 a.m. January 15, 29 February 12, 26 March 12, 26 April 9, 23

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Connecting Chamber Women Join us for our monthly Connecting Chamber Women virtual meeting. All meetings take place from 12-1:30 p.m. January 11 February 8 March 8 Business Education Events Business Over Breakfast All meetings run 7:30-9 a.m. $15 for members, $20 for guests. Sponsored by Mickes O’ Toole. January 26, Healthy Eating with Heather Creech of Profile by Sanford. March 30, Workplace Safety with the Chesterfield Police Department and SirenGPS. Business Roundtable All meetings take place virtually from 7:30-9 a.m. January 21 – Join us for a conversation about “Budgeting in 2021 with Mueller Prost and BWTP representatives. February 18 – Find out about how to “Minimize Stress in the Workplace” with licensed counselors, life coaches, and healthcare professionals.

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March 18– Stay relevant with social media to stimulate growth within your business. Discuss with Black Raven social media professionals what platforms and level of activity your business should engage in to see results. Chesterfield Community Connections Panel Discussion 6:30-8 p.m. Free virtual event, open to the public. March 9 – Safe Living In response to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic the Chamber has put together a program to inform the community of the resources available to create a ‘new normal.’ Our panel of experts will discuss how to stay safe, well, and informed during this time and times ahead. Special Events Trivia Night February 5, 7-8:30 p.m. Virtual Event with teams of 2-8 $20/person, $150 for a team of 8 The Chesterfield Regional Chamber Virtual Trivia Night hosted by Visionwork Group features 10 rounds of trivia, games, raffle prizes, and more, all benefiting the programs the chamber offers. Round up your gang and register now to reserve your team! Teams can be of sizes 2-8 individuals. Sponsorship opportunities available. For more information and tickets, visit chesterfieldmochamber.com or call 314-532-3399.

4th Annual Blossom Bolt & Sprout Sprint April 3, 7 a.m. Chesterfield Towne Center, corner of Long Road and Edison Ave. April 3, 7 a.m. (5K/10K), 9 a.m. (Children’s Fun Run) 5K $25 through April 2 10K $30 through April 2 Sprout Sprint (10 and under) $15 through April 2 The Chesterfield Regional Chamber is proud to announce our 4th Annual Blossom Bolt. This socially distanced family fun run will take place on Saturday, April 3, 2021, with a staggered start beginning at 7 a.m. at the Chesterfield Towne Center (the corner of Long Road and Edison Avenue). This Spring tradition offers a 5K and 10K, and a ½ mile Kid Fun Run. To register, visit the Chamber website at chesterfieldmochamber.com. Call the Chamber at 636-532-3399 for sponsorship opportunities. 31st Annual Spring Golf Tournament presented by Lindell Bank April 26 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Persimmon Woods Golf Club 6401 Weldon Spring Road, Weldon Spring Four-person “best ball” scramble with 9 a.m. shotgun start. Registration opens at 8 a.m., with putting contest until 9 a.m. Boxed lunch available on the course. Play followed by cocktails, buffet dinner, awards ceremony, silent auction and raffle drawing at the club house. $200 per

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player, $780 per foursome, $1,000 per foursome WITH hole sponsorship. Sponsored by Lindell Bank. Register at chesterfieldmochamber.com or call 636-532-339. Sponsorship opportunities available! Chesterfield Chamber’s 34th Annual Summer Concert Series Our annual series of concerts will resume in 2021. Back by popular demand is the Kids Zone featuring the Bubble Bus, a rock-climbing wall, face painting, balloon twisting and laser tag! Food and beverages are available for purchase at the Chamber’s concession stand and from a variety of food trucks and local restaurants. In case of inclement weather, check the Chamber website or call the office for updated information. Concerts run 7-9 p.m. each Tuesday, June 1 through August 10. No concert July 6. Faust County Park, 15185 Olive Boulevard, Chesterfield.

The CRC Coping with Covid Campaign raised funds for organizations in need.

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Recreation in Rural Chesterfield By Ann Chrissos, Chesterfield Historic and Landmark Preservation Committee

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ecreation in rural Chesterfield tended to be inexpensive and nature oriented. For instance, in winter Chesterfield residents liked to go sledding and ice skating. Baseball games were popular in the spring and summer. Several of the postal villages in the Chesterfield area had their own teams and fans. They played each other and some villages that are now part of Wildwood, like Pond and Grover. Along with baseball, bike riding, mule or horseback riding, swimming, picnics and fairs were also popular. Men enjoyed hunting in the fall, while the women were busy canning fruits and vegetables and making apple cider and apple butter. Children played outside as much as possible. Going to dances at Schwenck’s Dance Hall, having a drink at Andy Kroeger’s tavern or a fried chicken dinner at the Gumbo Inn or Madame DeFoe’s restaurant were also pleasant pastimes. All of these activities were fun and relaxing — and the cost was minimal.

For more information about Chesterfield families see http://www.chesterfield.mo.us/historical-commission. html or CHLPC publications available at Chesterfield City Hall or the Chesterfield Heritage Museum at Chesterfield Mall. William Schrader is pulling his niece, Jacque Zierenberg, on a sled on Olive Street Road near Hog Hollow Road in Lake, Missouri. Only one lane of the road was open due to heavy snowfall. Courtesy of Herbert and Lilliam Zierenberg.

Marjorie Wilmas, Nina & Wanda (twins) Zierenberg and E. H. Zierenberg, children of Ernie and Evelyn (Nippe) Zierenberg, were ice skating on a pond in Chesterfield. Courtesy of CHLPC.


Three-year-old Marvin W. Mertz is playing in the snow in 1930. He is the son of William E. and Hilda N. Wiehage Mertz and the grandson of Franz Ludwig Wiehage and Philippe Schmittott. Courtesy of Marvin Mertz.

Chesterfield baseball team, circa 1928-1929. L –r: front row, unknown, Oscar Bierbrauer, Victor Koester, next two are unknown. Second row, all unknown except the last player on the right. He is Roland “Duck” Bierbrauer. Courtesy of Kathleen Reinke. Gumbo baseball team. Henry Hoch, Jr. is in the center of the first row. D. C. Kroenung is on the left of the first row. Tom Schaeffer is the second from the right in the top row and Albert Wilmas (b. 1875) is in the upper row, far left. Courtesy of CHLPC.

Orville Tribunes Baseball Club, circa 1916. They played on a ballfield near Philip Fick’s store on Eatherton Road. They played teams from Pond, Grover, Creve Coeur, Gerald and Union. Back row, l–r: Philip Bacon, Albert “Ollie” Fick, Albert A. Wilmas, Artie Fick, Andrew “Andy” Fick, Roy Fick. Front row, l–r: Charlie Koewing, John Broemmelsick, Ted Coleman, John Koewing (twin brother to Charles), Harry Fick. Some of these players were Chesterfield residents. Courtesy of Marvin Wilmas. chesterfieldmochamber.com

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Marshall Buckner and Daisy Jackson are riding on a Harley Davidson motorcycle in 1916. Courtesy of Lucille Johnson Smith.

Bellefontaine School on the last day of school in 1933. L-r: Eugene Queatham, Earl Bayer, Irene Sellenriek, Mildred Bayer, Earl Eberwein, Cleta Marie Sahm, Lane Burkhardt and Kenneth Queatham. Courtesy of Mildred Bayer Corliss.

Schaeffer’s Grove bar-b-que crew were cooking meat while friends watched and waited for a sandwich. It was located on Wild Horse Creek Road. Courtesy of James Gerst.

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Schaeffer’s Grove was a popular picnic area. It had a refreshment stand, picnic area and a bandstand. It was located on the north side of Wild Horse Creek Road approximately 3 miles west of Olive Street Road. Courtesy of James Gerst.

Schwenck’s Dance Hall, 1944. It was a popular place to eat chicken dinners and dance. It was located on the south side of Highway 40, just east of Clarkson. L–r: Al and Dottie Rombach, Norman Rombach, Rosemary Seeger (later Mrs. Norman Rombach), Tommy Cuppings (in uniform), Arlene Seeger, Wally Rombach, Frances Eberwein and Gibby Wade (in uniform). Standing is Mr. Schwenck. Creve Coeur County Fair, circa 1913. L–r: backrow, John Henry Hoch and Henry Hoch, Archie Barner, Eugene Eberwien, Cora Hoch, Leann Hoch, Ed Purdy and Clementine Hoch. Seated: l-r, Anna Marie Hoch, Vaneda Hoch, Elizabeth Schultz and Lydia Schultz. Notice the formalwear, men in suits and ties and women in fancy dresses, hats and jewelry. Courtesy of Vaneda Hoch Jaegar. The Dierberg children, Calvin Frank and Betty Jean, are seated on the porch of their home located on Hog Hollow Road in the Missouri River Bottom. Later, a new home was built on Lower Bottom Road (now River Valley Drive). Courtesy of Judy Tappmeyer Dierberg.

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L to R: Frank Joe Rufkahr, Ollie Rufkahr, the driver, Joseph Henry Rufkahr, Mary Elizabeth Knobbe, Frances Ruhwedal and John Albin Rufkahr. Frances and John later married. The picture was taken in the driveway of the Rufkahr farm which was located Ÿ mile across the road from Ascension Catholic Church. The group was going to the St. Louis World’s Fair, 1904. Courtesy of Ruth and William Rufkahr.

Louise Terry Macalady is bathing in the creek near Shepherd Valley Road in Chesterfield in the summer of 1918. Courtesy of Leitha Macalady. 40

These mules were owned by Albert A. Wilmas. His daughter Vervivon Wilmas, 16, is riding Mag and his son Clifford A. Wilmas, 19, is riding Jenny on June 10, 1918. Courtesy of Marian Wilmas Hackmann.

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Duck Hunting. Forestell Stemme (left) and Kardell Stemme shot these ducks at Chesterfield Creek or on the Missouri River. Circa 1937. Courtesy of David Stemme, son of Forestell.

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Accounting/CPA Services/Firms Business & Professional Services Hochschild, Bloom & Company CPA, LLC 15450 S. Outer 40 Road, Suite 135 Chesterfield, MO 63017-2066 (636) 532-9525 hbclp.com Robert B. Offerman, CPA Daniel, Robert CPA 15516 Summer Ridge Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017-5221 (636) 530-1099 Robert Daniel CFOs for Hire 13492 Clayton Rd. Saint Louis, MO 63131-1006 (314) 985-8110 cfosforhire.com Dennis M. Fry Checks & Balances Plus 16100 Chesterfield Parkway, Suite 248 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 449-1298 cbp-stl.com Joel Kamil Thousand CPA Services 16052 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 120 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 532-9004 thousandcpaservices.com Keely Scott CPAs for Hire LLC 13492 Clayton Rd Saint Louis, MO 63131-1006 (314) 985-8110 cpasforhire.com Dennis Fry Meyer, Balmes, & Associates 117 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-5151 meyerbalmescpa.com Edward Balmes BWTP PC 424 S. Woods Mill Road, Suite 340 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 576-1350 bwtpcpa.com Anne Christian Advertising/Marketing Feature Group USA 1415 Elbridge Payne Suite 170 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 537-3800 featuregroupusa.com Wild Horse Creek Neighborhood Magazine (314) 954-8272 n2pub.com/publications/wild-horse-creekliving-MO Tara Peterson M.E. Klipsch & Associates (MEKA Multicast Marketing) 237 E 5th Street, Suite 153 Eureka, MO 63025 (314) 492-3838 expertpositionmarketing.com/ Mark Klipsch Graphic Connections Group, LLC 174 Chesterfield Ind Blvd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 519-8320 gcfrog.com Brian Charlton J. Helbig & Company 733 Crown Industrial Ct., Ste. U Chesterfield, MO 63305 (636) 536-5222 James Helbig Advertising/Marketing - Digital/Social Media Sparks Milling Digital 317 White House Farm Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017

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Legacy Legal Group, LLC 16401 Swingley Ridge Rd., Suite 330 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 489-4404 legacylegalgroup.net/ Sherry A. Snyder The McKay Law Firm, LLC 215 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Suite A Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 825-1300 TheMcKayLawFirm.com K. Kyle McKay The Law Offices of Kevin J Roach 400 Chesterfield Center, Suite 400 St Louis, MO 63017 (636) 519-0085 Kevin Roach Lerman Keathley 15510 Olive Blvd., Suite 210 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 312-2244 Ben Keathley Law Offices of Vivek Malek 1067 N Mason Rd., Suite 4 Saint Louis, MO 63141 (314) 416-8000 usa-immigrationlaw.com/ Vivek Malek Attractions St. Louis Carousel - Faust Park Foundation 15055 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-4142 (314) 615-8345 stlouiscarousel.com/ Tonya O’Connell Faust County Park 15185 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1809 (314) 615-8328 stlouisco.com/parks Jesse Francis The Butterfly House 15193 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1805 (314) 577-0888 butterflyhouse.org Jennifer Mullix Audio/Visual Services Visionwork Group St. Charles, MO 63341 (636) 207-9999 Scotty O’Brien Automobile - Sales, Leasing and Service Manchester Leasing Company 18173 Edison Ave., Unit G Chesterfield, MO 63005-3722 (636) 532-0007 manchesterleasing.com Norman Rubin Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County 14700 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 207-3900 toyotaofwestcounty.com April Certain St. Louis Charter Bus Company Downtown St. Louis, MO 63101 stlouischarterbuscompany.com/ Automotive & Marine H2Only 3328 N. Lindbergh Watercenterplaza Saint Louis, MO 63074 (314) 209-1996 Jeanne Carton Aviation Spirit of St. Louis Airport 18270 Edison Ave. Chesterfield, MO 63005-3704 (636) 532-2222 spiritairport.com John Bales


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Patricia Katzfey Counseling, LPC 222 S. Meramec Ave. Suite 303 St. Louis, MO 63105 (314) 540-9558 Patricia Katzfey HR Managed 15936 Meadow Oak Dr Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 952-2539 hrmanaged.com Holly Perryman Blackstone Balance Overland, MO 63114 (314) 680-2007 BlackstoneBalance.com Alex Blackstone Mike Kitko Professional Development 6 Kelso Court St. Charles, MO 63301 (314) 322-8055 Katie Chatfield Billionaire Thoughts 17295 Chesterfield Airport Rd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (913) 568-6494, Brender Benson (314) 503-4469, Sheles Wallace Contractors - Basement Waterproofing/ Foundation Stratum Structural Systems 17600 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite 203 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 620-8153 stratumrepair.com Shelia Glenn Contractors - Construction RPA Construction Services 10677 Trenton Ave St Louis, MO 63132 (314) 427-6633 rpaconst.com/ Kent Piskulich Independent Electrical Contractors 668 Goddard Ave Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-9701 iecstl.com Kelly Hewitt You’re Covered Painting 2348 Jackson Dr Arnold, MO 63010-1605 (618) 472-4243 Melia Welch Contractors - Exterior/ Roofing/ Decks Chesterfield Fence & Deck Co., Inc. 620 Spirit Valley East Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-4054 chesterfieldfence.com Tom Thiel Allen Roofing & Siding Co. 525 Old State Road Ellisville, MO 63021-5928 (636) 391-1117 aroofing.net Lee Allen Wildwood Roofing & Construction 437 Old State Road Ellisville, MO 63021 (636) 400-7000 wildwoodroof.com Tracy Fischer AMP Restoration & Roofing 16658 Old Chesterfield Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 735-3676 Michael Settlemyer

Classic Aire Care 1276 N. Warson Road St. Louis, MO 63132 (314) 991-1137 classicairecare.com Larry Dalton Rollie Johnson, Inc 221 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-1050 David Zimmerman Contractors - Home Builder McBride Homes 16091 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 300 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 537-2000 mcbridehomes.com John Eilermann Fischer & Frichtel 695 Trade Center Blvd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 576-0500 fischerandfrichtel.com Pat Sommer Greg Terbrock Design Build LLC 722 Spirit of St. Louis Blvd., Suite D Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-2005 gterbrock.com Greg Terbrock Consort Homes 16141 Swingley Ridge Road, Ste. 109 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 777-7300 Consort-Homes.com Dawn Thurman Contractors - Remodeling/Home Improvement Beck/Allen Cabinetry 633 Spirit of St. Louis Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1006 (636) 519-1611 beckallencabinetry.com Michael Beck Two Blind Guys 17714 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 537-8008 twoblindguys.com Kris Kinsinger Pella Windows & Doors 54 Weldon Parkway Maryland Heights, MO 63043 (314) 757-3113 Jeff Wilhelm Rock Solid Creations 17409 B Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 899-2999 RockSolidCreations.com Matt Hays Thompson Price Kitchen, Bath & Home 639 Spirit Valley Central Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 966-8234 thompsonprice.com TJ Price Contractors - Restoration Servpro of So. Chesterfield/Wildwood 18173 Edison Ave Suite F Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 537-5400 servprosouthchesterfieldwildwood.com/ Jeff Mattingly

Courier Services Ontime Express Inc. 50 Crestwood Executive Center Suite 206 St. Louis, MO 63126 (314) 729-7878 ontimeexpress.net Nick Kirkou Zipp Express 13652 Lakefront Drive Earth City, MO 63045 (314) 842-8877 zippdelivers.com/ Janet Mulroy Dental Services Chesterfield Valley Dental 6 McBride & Son Center Drive Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 537-5240 chesterfieldvalleydental.com Robert Rahm Chesterfield Family Dentistry 13463 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield , MO 63017 (314) 878-9808 chesterfieldfamilydentistry.com/ Jonathan Silva Yenzer Family Dental 17600 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite 1 Suite 102 Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 (636) 778-3019 yenzerdental.com Jeff Yenzer Clarkson Dental Group 1748 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 537-0065 ClarksonDentalGroup.com Scott Mahlin Distributor - General Merchandise Downtown Chesterfield Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 513-1500 Rick Echelmeyer Chesterfield Valley Square Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 513-1500 Rick Echelmeyer Distributors Grey Eagle 2340 Millpark Dr. Maryland Heights, MO 63043 (314) 429-9100 greyeagle.com Bob Bush SpineSource, Inc. 17826 Edison Ave Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-9300 Susan Mitchell Archtek Industries, LLC 7750 Maryland Ave #11850 Saint Louis, Missouri 63105-9998 (314) 337-0277 archtekindustries.com Bulut Kartal Education - Colleges and Universities Logan University 1851 Schoettler Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 227-2100 logan.edu Kathleen DeBord Maryville University of Saint Louis 650 Maryville University Drive St. Louis, MO 63141-5849 (314) 529-9340 maryville.edu Margaret Onken St. Louis Community College - Wildwood 2645 Generations Drive Wildwood, MO 63040-1168 (636) 422-2000 stlcc.edu/ww Gina Tarte Education - Preschool and Daycare Hope Montessori Academy Wildwood 16554 Clayton Road


Wildwood, MO 63011-1722 (636) 458-4540 hopeacademy.com Mary Denise O’Boyle Centre at Conway 13725 Conway Road St. Louis, MO 63141-7235 (314) 822-8400 namontessori.com Richard Deeba Kiddie Academy of Chesterfield 196 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 778-4888 kiddieacademy.com/chesterfield Elayne Neal College Nannies + Sitters + Tutors of Peoria, IL | Chesterfield, MO | Fenton, MO 10322 N Centerway Drive Suite B Peoria, IL 61615 (309) 240-9007 collegenanniesandtutors.com Tara Cox Primrose School of Ballwin 15031 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 399-5832 Christine Thompson Education - Primary/Secondary Parkway School District 455 N. Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-3327 (314) 415-8100 parkwayschools.net Dr. Keith Marty Rockwood School District 111 E. North St. Eureka, MO 63025-1229 (636) 733-2000 rsdmo.org Mark Miles Academy of St. Louis 1633 Kehrs Mill Road., Building B Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 973-8997 academyofstlouis.org Terri O’Daniel Barat Academy 17815 Wildhorse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 300-5573 baratacademy.org Jake Schuchardt Education - Tutoring /Learning Center/ Services Huntington Learning Center of Chesterfield/ Ellisville 1370 Clarkson Clayton Center Ellisville, MO 63011 (636) 220-3170 huntingtonhelps.com/center/ellisville_mo/ chesterfield David Huguelet Class 101 15457 Clayton Rd Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 299-1944 class101.com/Weststlouiscountymo Gary Jones Engineering Services Stock & Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc. 257 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 530-9100 stockassoc.com George M. Stock Gannett Fleming, Inc. 1400 Elbridge Payne Road, Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 787-0032 gannettfleming.com Paul Young THD Design Group, Inc. 148 Chesterfield In Blvd Ste E Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 294-2972 Eric Husman Silver Edge Consultants LLC 17209 Chesterfield Airport Road, #205 Chesterfield, MO 63005

(630) 885-5575 John Spenader, P.E. Entertainment Event Productions, Inc. 5112 Chouteau’s Bluff Drive St. Louis, MO 63111 (314) 443-1213 Mark Evans STAGES St. Louis 1023 Chesterfield Parkway E. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 530-5959 stagesstlouis.org Jack Lane J & M Displays, Inc. 9555 State Road Y Dittmer, MO 63023 (636) 274-7014 jandmdisplays.com/ Joyce Schulte Amp Up Action Park 13901 Manchester Road Town and Country, MO 63011 (314) 439-8008 ampupactionpark.com Brian Link Bax Illustration 912 Appalachian Drive Wentzville, MO 63385 (314) 922-4858 baxillustration.com Brian Bax Topgolf 16851 N Outer 40 Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 898-8044 topgolf.com/us/st-louis/ Ben Wolski

Daren Johnson Financial Institutions - Banks and Credit Unions Central Bank of St. Louis 1700 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 736-3000 centralbank.net Julia Kilcullen Commerce Bank - Chesterfield Branch 1699 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4616 (314) 746-5001 commercebank.com Jessica Behrens Commerce Bank - Town & Country Branch 1090 Schnucks Woods Mill Plaza Town and Country, MO 63017-0605 (314) 746-5056 commercebank.com Angela Schreck Lindell Bank (Olive) 15500 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1721 (636) 530-1550 lindellbank.com Lance Elkin Lindell Bank (Long Road) 169 Long Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1223 (636) 449-4000 lindellbank.com Vickie Streck Midwest BankCentre 2191 Lemay Ferry Road St. Louis, MO 63125 (314) 633-6768 midwestbankcentre.com David Warning

(636) 534-8433 mwrbank.com Madilyn Lewis M1 Bank 7 North Bemiston Avenue Suite 120 Clayton, MO 63105 (314) 721-2265 Robert McLain PNC Bank 17389 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-4762 Michael Vermillion Alliance Credit Union 1167 Bryan Rd O’Fallon , Mo 63385 (636) 293-6616 Rose Ann Cuddy St. Johns Bank 8924 St. Charles Rock Road St. Louis, MO 63114 (314) 428-1000 Laurie Sybert Financial Institutions - Mortgage Companies U.S. Bank 101 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 emp.usbank.com/index.html Eileen Casey Financial Institutions - Title Companies Clear Title Group 1795 Clarkson Road, Suite 310 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 532-5550 cleartitlenow.com Joe Radetic

Rick Recht, LLC dba Jewish World Productions 14560 White Birch Valley Lane Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 991-0909 rickrecht.com Rick Recht

Enterprise Bank and Trust 300 St. Peters Centre Blvd. St. Peters, MO 63376-1944 (636) 926-3900 enterprisebank.com Debbie Franke

Old Republic Title 14323 S. Outer 40 Road Suite 100-S Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 922-8361 oldrepublictitle.com/missouri Terri Bulejski

LaDeDa Entertainment + Events St. Louis, MO (314) 846-9043 ladedaentertainment.com/index.htm Emily Kochan

Vantage Credit Union 4020 Fee Fee Road Bridgeton, MO 63044 (314) 298-0055 vcu.com Megan Fountain

Resolutions Title Inc. 15455 Conway Road, Suite 310 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 266-2660 resolutionstitle.com Aaron Barnes

Busey Bank 12300 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141-9033 (314) 878-2210 busey.com Brian Bjorkman

Financial Planning Synergy Wealth Solutions, A MassMutual Agency 16150 Main Circle Drive, Suite 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 728-2400 synergywealthsolutions.com Kara Perry

Tony Viviano Entertainment Enterprises Ellisville , MO 63021 (636) 256-8833 tonyviviano.com/ Tony Viviano Smash Entertainment/Modern Day Media 11939 Manchester Road #137 St. Louis, MO 63131 (314) 620-3685 asherbenrubi.com Asher Benrubi Equipment & Services Birdsong Company 5917 Evergreen St. Louis, MO 63134-2301 (314) 524-2400 birdsongcompany.com Jerry Birdsong

Simmons Bank 17263 Wild Horse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1317 (314) 227-6566 simmonsbank.com/ Brandon Melliere First Community Credit Union 17151 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-9901 (636) 537-4400 firstcommunity.com Michael Einsporn

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Busey Bank 17701 Edison Ave., Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005-1266 (636) 530-7508 busey.com Nancy Ascheman

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First State Bank - Chesterfield 17050 Baxter Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 449-3790 fsbfinancial.com Tom Lloyd

Bin There Dump That Dumpster Rental 3 York Hills Drive St. Louis, Missouri 63144 (314) 395-9797 st-louis.bintheredumpthatusa.com David Morris

Sterling Bank 16100 Swingley Ridge Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 681-1144 sterbank.com Ron Epps

Old School Painting & Decorating 18177 Country Trails Ct. Wildwood, MO 63038 (636) 399-9549

Midwest Regional Bank 17290 N. Outer 40 Road Chesterfield, MO 63005

Edward Jones - Timothy Price 15455 Conway Road, Suite 120 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 728-0143 edwardjones.com Timothy Price Edward Jones - Kensey Turnbaugh, AAMS® 16150 Main Circle Dr., Sutie 230 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 537-1209 edwardjones.com/kensey-turnbaugh Kensey Turnbaugh, AAMS® Edward Jones - Jeff Ponte 500 Chesterfield Center, Suite 220 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 469-1696 edwardjones.com/jeffrey-ponte Jeff Ponte The Equis Group 153 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 458-7777 equisgroupllc.com/ Joseph Corbett Edward Jones - Kris Caldwell 16640 Chesterfield Grove Rd., Suite 130 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 537-0376 Kris Caldwell Ameriprise Financial - Abel & Associates 109 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005


(636) 536-2673 ameripriseadvisors.com/chad.a.abel Chad Abel Gardius Wealth Advisors 14310 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2150 (314) 469-5000 gardius.com Nathan Harvell Financial Services Delta Investment Services, Inc. 16100 Chesterfield Parkway W., Suite 150 Chesterfield, MO 63017-4872 (636) 532-0484 moneytalk.org Robert B. Hardcastle Stifel Nicolaus 520 Maryville Centre Drive, Suite 410 St. Louis, MO 63141 (636) 530-6600 ww.stifel.com Sue Goucher UBS Financial Services Inc. 17107 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-2588 ubs.com Peter Sanfelippo L.J Hart & Company 16401 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 210 Chesterfield, MO 63017-0746 (636) 537-9939 ljhartco.com Larry J. Hart Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 14755 N. Outer Forty Road, Suite 500 Chesterfield, MO 63017-6055 (636) 534-2000 ameripriseadvisors.com/halina.conti Halina Conti Carillon Group, Inc. 641 Cepi Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005-1269 (636) 777-7011 carillongroup.com Tom Gilliam, Jr Zoeller Asset Management 15455 Conway Road, Suite 340 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 534-2257 zoellerassetmanagement.com Kurt Zoeller CWOs for Hire LLC 13492 Clayton Road Saint Louis, MO 63131 (314) 649-7526 cwosforhire.com David Zaegel

Profile by Sanford 14127 Clayton Road Town and Country, Missouri 63017 (636) 489-0022 profileplan.com/stl Heather Creech OsteoStrong Chesterfield 1077 S. Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 220-8080 osteostrongchesterfield.com Steve Greiner Isagenix 577 Nantucket Pointe Dr Wildwood, MO 63040 (314) 283-0237 Eliza Vatterott SuperSlow Zone West County 15421 Clayton Road, Suite 102 Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 220-1010 superslowzone/louis.com Larry Stough Row House 2-4 Clarkson Wilson Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 391-2136 therowhouse.com Bradley Carr Funeral Homes & Memorial Parks Schrader Funeral Homes and Crematory 14960 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011-4623 (636) 227-5511 schrader.com Dennis Goethe Golf Courses and Country Clubs WingHaven Country Club 7777 WingHaven Blvd O’Fallon, MO 63368 (636) 561-9464 winghavencc.com Nathan Charnes Persimmon Woods Golf Club 6401 Weldon Spring Road Weldon Spring, MO 63304 (636) 300-5706 pwgolf.com Bill Burton Old Hickory Golf Club 1 Dye Club Drive St. Peters, MO 63304 (636) 477-8960 oldhickorygc.com Kurt Jacob Government Monarch Fire Protection District 13725 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2601 (314) 514-0900 Ext. 315 mfpinc.com/ Cary Spiegel

Fidelity Investments 16090 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (800) 544-2270 City of Chesterfield fidelity.com/customer-service/branches/ investor-center-chesterfield-missouri-63017 690 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield, MO 63017-0760 Lindsay Compton (636) 537-4000 chesterfield.mo.us Financial Transaction Management LLC 100 Chesterfield Business Pkwy., Suite 200 Mike Geisel Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 Chesterfield Police Department (314) 833-8834 690 Chesterfield Parkway W. financialtransactionmgt.com/ Chesterfield, MO 63017-0760 Kent Sparrow (636) 537-3000 Chief Ray Johnson Fitness/ Gym/ Wellness Chesterfield Athletic Club St. Louis County Library - Sachs Branch 16625 Swingley Ridge Drive 16400 Burkhardt Place Chesterfield, MO 63017 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 532-9992 (314) 994-3300 clubatchesterfield.com slcl.org Laurel Noel Cheri Remington Hi NRG Gymnastix World Trade Center St. Louis 140 Long Road 120 S. Central Avenue Chesterfield, MO 63005-1261 Suite 1200 (636) 532-7762 Clayton, MO 63105 hi-nrg@sbcglobal.net (314) 615-7616 Paul Battaglia Susan Spitz Orangetheory Fitness Health & Beauty 1674 Clarkson Road Mary Kay Cosmetics - Jean Leonhardi Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 236-7943 (314) 384-9025 marykay.com/jleonhardi orangetheoryfitness.com Jean Leonhardi Nick Ahlering

Mary Kay Cosmetics - Judy Wise Masterson Chesterfield, MO 63005-4660 (636) 519-7088 marykay.com/jwisemasterson Judy Wise Masterson Color Me Beautiful Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 230-9800 sandysbeauty-u.com Sandy Baum The Pedicure Plus 12855 N. Outer Forty Drive, Ste. 175 Town & Country, MO 63111 (314) 210-0777 thepedicureplus.com Christi Evans Pain Relief Massage / Red Roots Salon 14284 Ladue Rd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 579-9727 healbymassage.com Denise Edwards Slim180 Weightloss 36 Clarkson Wilson Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 (888) 654-7111 myslim180.com Melinda MidWest Vein Care 6 McBride and Son Dr Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-0241 veincarestlouis.com/ Dr. William Goldstein Four Seasons Nails 1688 Clarkson Rd Chesterfield , MO 63017 (636) 778-9608 Loan Quach Healthcare Mercy Clinic Family Medicine 17701 Edison Ave. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 735-4122 mercy.net/practice/mercy-clinic-familymedicine-chesterfield-valley Karen Lemkemann St. Louis Eye Institute 1585 Woodlake Drive Suite 106 Chesterfield, MO 63107 (314) 326-4800 Adam Fedyk, MD Bluetail Medical Group 17300 N. Outer 40 Rd., Suite 201 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-2900 Joe O’Neil Athletico Physical Therapy 14825 N Outer Forty Road, Suite 300 Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (636) 812-1211 Sumeet Aggarwal Montgomery Health Center, Whole-Health Services 1851 Schoettler Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 230-1990 loganhealthcenters.com/services Stephani Bagby

Elite Chiropractic and Performance 17541 Chesterfield Airport Rd Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 (636) 728-8607 elitechiroperformance.com Amanda Boss Healthcare - Emergency Services St. Luke’s Urgent Care Center- Ellisville 233 Clarkson Road Ellisville, MO 63011 (636) 256-8644 stlukes-stl.com/urgent-care Kelly Laughlin Total Access Urgent Care 2501 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 778-9989 TotalAccessUrgentCare.com Annika Hillerbrand St. Luke’s Urgent Care Center- Chesterfield 17421 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 685-7720 stlukes-stl.com/urgent-care Kelly Laughlin St. Luke’s Quick Care for Kids – After Hours 232 S. Woods Mill Rd East Medical Office Building, Ste 130 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 205-6900 stlukes-stl.com/services/quick-care-kids/ index.html Healthcare - Hospitals St. Luke’s Hospital 232 S. Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 434-1500 stlukes-stl.com Lisa Eckert Mercy Hospital St. Louis 615 South New Ballas St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 251-6000 mercy.net Katie Burckhalter St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital 14709 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 317-5700 John Duckworth Healthcare - Other Providers Ulrich Medical USA, Inc 18221 Edison Ave. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 519-0268 ulrichmedicalusa.com Troy Curtis Mid America Skin Health & Vitality Center 222. S. Woods Mill Road, Suite 475 N. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 878-0600 midamericaskin.com Nick Muccini Washington University Orthopedics 14532 S. Outer 40 Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 514-3500 ortho.wustl.edu Julianne Christopher

Allergy, Asthma & Food Allergy Centers 16216 Baxter Rd., Suite 299 Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (314) 849-8700 Amy Kimes

St. Luke’s Women’s Center 6 McBride & Son Corp Center Blvd., Suite 102 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 530-5505 stlukes-stl.com/womens-services Michelle Sanders

UHeal Direct Primary Care 15555 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011 (314) 208-2535 uhealdpc.com Dr. Divya Chauhan

Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center 13353 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 200-4955 ozziesmithcenter.com/ Sandy Miller

Healthcare - Chiropractors The Joint Chiropractic in Chesterfield 1636 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 536-4200 thejoint.com/missouri/chesterfield/ chesterfield-24005 Greg Busch

SSM Health Physical Therapy 1050 Old Des Peres Road Ste 40 St. Louis , MO 63131 (314) 807-1712 Kathy Morice Imaging Partners of Missouri 14825 N Outer 40 Rd., Ste. 120 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 536-5071 Sara Grither


Katalyst Pain Management and Restorative Treatment Center 17000 Baxter Road Suite 200 Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 (314) 230-7800 Jennifer Jordan ARCpoint Labs of St. Louis - West 11255 Olive Blvd St Louis, MO 63141 (314) 597-6767 arcpointlabs.com/st-louis-west Scott Lambert

First Baptist Church of Chesterfield 17155 Wild Horse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1303 (636) 537-8748 firstbcc.org Dr. T.D. Stubblefield King of Kings Lutheran Church 13765 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2601 (314) 469-2224 kokstl.org Pastor Douglas Chinberg

Concierge Hearing Care 128 Chesterfield Commons East Rd. Chesterfield , MO 63005 (314) 471-1070 Jackie Napoli

Congregation Shaare Emeth 11645 Ladue Road St. Louis, MO 63141-8201 (314) 569-0010 shaare-emeth.org 251Rosalie Stein

Midwest Orthopedic and Spine Specialists 14825 North Outer 40 Rd Suite 310 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 777-8010 Karen Wilson

The Crossing 114 N. Eatherton Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-3502 (636) 532-1212 thecrossing.church Anthony Meyers

Optimized Eyecare 15825 Fountain Plaza Dr Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (636) 391-3937 Matthew Kelly

St. Louis Family Church 17458 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-3446 slfc.org Pastor Jeff C. Perry

CT Partners of Chesterfield 14825 North Outer Forty Suite 110 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 449-3990 Sara Grither MRI Partners of Chesterfield 14825 North Outer Forty Rd., Suite 110 Chesterfield, MO 63673 (636) 449-3990 Sara Grither Osteostrong Chesterfield Valley 703 Long Road Crossing Suite 9 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (505) 977-8768 Johnny Harper Home Inspection HouseMaster Home Inspections 17209 Chesterfield Airport Road #160 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 932-5557 stlwest.housemaster.com Deryck Whiteley Hotels - Lodging & Travel Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center 16625 Swingley Ridge Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-1715 (636) 532-5000 doubletreechesterfield.com GoGo Navapant Hampton Inn & Suites Chesterfield 5 McBride and Son Center Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005-1406 (636) 530-0770 stlouischesterfieldsuites.hamptoninn.co Jill Leary Comfort Inn & Suites 18375 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1009 (636) 530-1200 choicehotels.com/hotel/mo164 Mike Ebert Marriott St. Louis West 660 Maryville Centre Drive St. Louis, MO 63141-5816 (314) 878-2747 marriott.com/stlwe Rose Latsch Holiday Inn Express & Suites Chesterfield 11 Arnage Blvd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 590-6240 Sarah Klees Houses of Worship Ascension Catholic Church 230 Santa Maria Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005-1631 (636) 532-3304 ascensionchesterfield.org Father Tom Molini

St. John’s United Church of Christ 15370 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1717 (636) 532-0540 stjohnsuccchesterfield.org/ Katie Wilsdorf First Free Church 1375 Carmen Road Manchester, MO 63021 (636) 227-0125 Kari Terwelp United Hebrew Congregation 13788 Conway Road St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 434-0700 unitedhebrew.org Rabbi Rosenberg Chesterfield Community Church 14647 Ladue Rd Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 469-3255 chesterfieldcommunity.org/ Randy Shuler New Covenant Church 1401 Timberlake Manor Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 210-4490 nccstl.org Suzanne Hayne Insurance Services State Farm Insurance - Evan Richmond 13437 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2602 (314) 469-1711 evanrichmond.com Evan Richmond Paul N. Cross and Associates, Inc. 999 Executive Parkway Drive, Suite 340 St. Louis, MO 63141 (636) 728-0200 pncassociates.com Paul Cross State Farm Insurance - Lane Sander 105 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005-1233 (636) 530-9989 lanesander.com Lane Sander RGA- Reinsurance Group of America Inc. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Tammy Marx Executive Senior Services 13035 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 392-5468 Executiveseniorservices.com Jean Sandifer MFP Employee Benefits & HR Services 1508 Garden Valley Drive

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Wildwood, MO 63038 (636) 449-7700 Carey Hoerner BCInsGroup 652 Emerson Rd. Suite 104 Creve Coeur, MO 63141 636-222-3527 William Carp Colonial Life - William Carp 12015 Manchester Road Suite 118 St. Louis, MO 63131 (314) 761-1704 coloniallife.com/ William Carp St. Charles Financial Services 571 Jefferson Street St. Charles, MO 63301 636-946-0001 636-236-8228 William Carp Webb Insurance Agency 571 Jefferson Street St. Charles, MO 63301 636-946-0001 636-236-8228 William Carp Hurster Smith Insurance Group 683 Trade Center Blvd Suite 130 Chesterfield , MO 63368 (636) 534-7211 Joe Hurster Herrmann Benefit Solutions 9 The Pines Ct, STE B Creve Coeur, MO 63141 (314) 628-9600 herrmannbenefitsolutions.com/ Stephen Herrmann Benefits Alliance, LLC 17838 Wilderness Cliff Court Wildwood, MO 63005 (314) 610-4015 BenefitsAllianceLLC.com Doug Brown C Riordan Brokerage 683 Trade Center Blvd Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 534-7229 Chris Riordan Beattie and Associates, Inc. 16666 Old Chesterfield Rd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 532-4300 Eric Moser IT Hardware, Support, Services and Supplies Sumner One Inc 6691 Manchester Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139 (314) 633-1460 datamaxstl.com Tony Ryndak Digital Doc Chesterfield 16897 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 333-1563 digitaldoc.com/chesterfield Matt Kasten ThrottleNet 12970 Maurer Industrial Dr Suite 150 St. Louis, MO 63127 (866) 418-9268 Chris Montgomery EPS Networks 58 PROGRESS PKWY Maryland Heights, Missouri 63043 (314) 624-0840 epsnetworks.com/ Amar Masic IT Systems/Consulting Project Technology Consulting, LLC 918 Woodside Village Manchester, MO 63021-6939 (636) 675-0226 projektek.com Louise Wiedermann

SyllogisTeks 16401 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017-0757 (636) 736-2100 syllogisteks.com Lisa Null CSI of St. Louis, Inc 184 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 534-6600 csi-stl.com Rick Beck Alliance Technologies, LLC 1301 Wellington Valley Court., Suite 201 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 219-7887 alliancetechnologiesllc.com Jim Canada Katy Computer Systems, Inc 390 S. Woods Mill Road, Suite B1 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 316-9000 katycomputer.com John Schmerold Results Technology 17295 Chesterfield Airport Road #200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 222-2600 resultstechnology.com Mike Hummel Alliance Technology Partners 18118 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite E Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 649-8888 alliancetechpartners.com Bryan Ferrario Software Design Partners 536 Trade Center Blvd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 346-4814 SoftwareDesignPartners.com Mike Williams ATB Technologies LLC 14567 N Outer 40 Road Suite 525 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 878-4166 atb-tech.com Christopher Miller Second Mile IT Staffing 14043 Forestvale Dr. Chestefield, MO 63017 (314) 845-3222 Rex Altis Unidev 16690 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 260 Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (636) 532-4424 unidev.com/ Greg Alexander Cloud Technology Group 5543 Mirasol Manor Way Eureka, MO 63025 (314) 971-1054 ctgexperts.com/ Noah Giles Manufacturing Companies Bayer 700 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 247-6789 Keith Blayden J. McQuillan Co. dba TML~MFG, LLC 687 Trade Center Blvd. STE 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 391-0078 John McQuillan Brandenburg NA 501 Fountain Lakes Blvd Suite 113 St. Charles, Missouri 63301 (314) 567-4101 b-onena.com/home Brett Robbins Chameleon Lighting 241 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 (888) 896-2101 chameleonltg.com/ Cori Reagan

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The Hope Company Inc 12777 Pennridge Dr Bridgeton, MO 63044 (314) 739-7254 John Finnegan Massage/Spa The Face & The Body - West 1765 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4979 (636) 532-2500 faceandbodyspa.com Anne Bourneuf Massage Luxe Chesterfield 1656 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 536-1330 massageluxe.com Melissa Price Synergi Facial Surgery & MedSpa 17000 Baxter Road, Suite 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 530-6100 synergimedspa.com Michelle Somers Massage Envy 1694 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 484-6001 Massageenvy.com Jen Klearman

Community Music School of Webster University - Leon R. Strauss Center (Faust Park) 14941 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 968-5939 webster.edu/community-music-school/ Leslie Wobbe A.R.C. Angels Foundation 16502 Meadow Hawk Drive Glencoe, MO 63038 (314) 276-4445 arcangelsfoundation.org/ Kennedy Brown World Bird Sanctuary 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road St. Louis, MO 63088 (636) 225-4390 ext. 1009 Holly Berthold Gateway Section PGA 17269 Wild Horse Creek Rd., Suite 110 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-3355 gatewaypga.org Nolan Toovey Moolah Shriners 12545 Fee Fee Road St. Louis, MO 63146 (314) 878-6301 Mark Rethemeyer

Medical Equipment Marelly AED & First Aid 717 Crown Industrial Court, Ste J Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 (888) 609-6599 marelly.com Charles Georges

Office Space and Services AMG Corporate Offices 400 Chesterfield Center, Suite 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017-4800 (636) 532-1900 amgcorporateoffices.com Greg Kintz

Moving and Storage Guardian Relocation 2223 Hitzert Court Fenton , MO 63026 (636) 532-1300 abcatlas.com

Plaza Executive Suites 17295 Chesterfield Airport Road, Suite 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005-1423 (636) 530-0058 plazaexecutivesuites.com Angela Wilder

Storage Masters 16824 Chesterfield Airport Road O’Fallon, MO 63366 (636) 219-7226 storagemasters.net Brian Wofford

The Shred Truck 50 Crestwood Executive Center, Suite 206 St. Louis, MO 63126 (314) 729-9200 Nick Kirkou

Not For Profit Assistance League of St. Louis 30 Henry Ave. Ellisville, MO 63011-2187 (636) 227-6200 alstl.org Jayne Foley Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center 3420 Rider Trail South Earth City, MO 63045 (314) 291-4741 bloodcenter.org Pat Dillon Circle of Concern 122 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park, MO 63088-1720 (636) 861-2623 circleofconcern.org Juliet Holden St. Louis Crisis Nursery 11710 Administration Drive, Suite 18 St. Louis, MO 63146 (314) 292-5770 crisisnurserykids.org/ Bonnie Define Youthbridge Community Foundation 12977 N. Forty Dr. Suite 368 St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 396-7627 youthbridge.org Cindy Blake The Heritage Foundation of Chesterfield 260 Chesterfield Mall Chesterfield, MO 63017 heritagechesterfield.org/index.html Dee Ann Wright Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) 200 Trade Center Dr. W St. Peters, MO 63376 (636) 978-4300 boonecenter.com/ Monique Bynum

Humanscale Wildwood, MO 63040 (816) 257-6791 Humanscale.com Ryan Chapman Packaging and Material Handling Equipment and Services Flexco LLC 2235 Whitby Road Clarkson Valley, MO 63017 (636) 391-5665 Randy Valli Pallets - Wood, Plastic, & Bulk Containers B&G Industries, LLC 161 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 532-5021 bandgindustries.com Paul Goldstein Payroll Service AccuPay HCM Payroll & HR Services Since 1992 12747 Olive Blvd., Suite 300 St. Louis, MO 63141 (636) 532-9510 accupayhcm.com Gary Hollingsworth Pest Control Services Blue Chip Pest Services 14931 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011-4624 (636) 394-6400 stlbugs.com Scott Phillips The Pest Pro LLC 916 Mohawk Dr Warrenton, MO 63383 (314) 520-0120 thepestpro.com Tonya O’Connell

Pet - Care and Services Chesterfield Veterinary Center 14161 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2609 (314) 469-1700 chesterfieldvet.com James J. Flasar, D.V.M. Four Pretty Paws Mobile Pet Spa 1549 Candish Lane Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 400-7297 Brian Effer Pharmaceutical Pfizer, Inc. 875 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1732 (636) 247-1000 pfizer.com Christine Smith Photography Ann Rae Photography 910 Kehrs Mill Road, Suite 111 Ballwin, MO 63011 (314) 368-8919 annraephotography.com Krista Hofkamp Dream Angels Photography LLC 325 Sunshine Ln Catawissa, Missouri 63015 (314) 732-9027 dreamangelsphotographyllc.com Karen Jenkins Private Investigator Frederick Investigations Inc. 11634 Gravois St. Louis, MO 63126 (314) 966-5585 John Frederick Publishing West Newsmagazine 754 Spirit 40 Park Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 591-0010 westnewsmagazine.com Sharon Huber Kwik Kopy Business Solutions 14368 S. Outer Forty Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-5710 (314) 878-2299 kwikkopy625.com Chuck Jester Chesterfield Lifestyle 1100 Town & Country Crossing Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 219-7931 ChesterfieldLifestyle.com Kelley Lamm Breese Journal & Publishing Company 8060 Old U.S. Highway 50 Breese, IL 62230 (618) 526-7211 breesepub.com Josh Mahlandt Real Estate - Development/ Brokerage Gershman Commercial 400 Chesterfield Center, Suite 600 Chesterfield, MO 63017-4890 (636) 537-1000 sachsproperties.com Jenny Bryan McKelvey Properties 17280 N. Outer 40 Road, Suite 201 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 244-7311 mckelveyproperties.com Christina Morr The Opus Group 112 S. Hanley Road, Suite 100 St. Louis, MO 63105 (314) 930-2001 opus-group.com Joe Downs Westmore Group, Inc. 1415 Elbridge Payne Rd Ste 285 Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (636) 534-5900 Debbie Frisella

(314) 513-1500 tsgproperties.com Rick Echelmeyer Real Estate - Property Management The Magnolia 1173 Pompeii Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 434-0434 Summer Clark Trident Management, LLC PO Box 4429 Chesterfield, Missouri 63006 (636) 498-2000 tridentmanage.com John Federer ReNew Chesterfield 2150 Village Green Pkwy Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 486-1089 Vanessa Anderson Real Estate - Realtors Berkshire Hathaway - Andrea Lawrence 636 Trade Center Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1422 (636) 537-2361 bhhsall.com Andrea Lawrence The Sartori Team Powered by Keller Williams Realty - Debra Sartori 16690 Swingley Ridge Rd., Suite 240 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 346-5367 debrasartori.com Debra Sartori Narrative Real Estate 856 Waterbury Falls Dr, Suite 200 O’Fallon, Missouri 63368 (636) 229-8695 narrativerealty.com Kelly Stockstill BA Real Estate LLC dba Sarah Bernard Realty Team 17107 Chesterfield Airport Rd Suite 160 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 780-9070 Sarah Bernard Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate 17050 Baxter Road, Suite 200 Chesterfield , MO 63005 (314) 401-0987 Lisa Graf Recruiting and Staffing Healthcare Connections 400 S. Woods Mill Rd Ste 115 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (800) 444-8479 Erik Presnell Technosmarts, Inc. 16090 Swingley Ridge Rd. Suite 330 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 519-0814 Rao Vallabhaneni Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Bakeries Restaurants, Food & Beverages Nothing Bundt Cakes 159 Lamp & Lantern Village Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 220-6087 nothingbundtcakes.com Jannette Neely Smallcakes 1721 Clarkson Rd Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 778-9336 Chris Hejna Daylight Donuts 155 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 489-3732 daylightdonuts-stl.com Drew Selman

Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Bars, Taverns and Breweries Bar Louie 105 Chesterfield Valley Drive TSG Properties 2127 Innerbelt Business Center Drive, Suite 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 736-0600 St. Louis, MO 63114


Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Catering Callier’s Catering and Delicatessen 10041 Manchester Road St. Louis, MO 63122 (636) 230-0019 callierscatering.com Kelley Callier UKRAFT Inc 8182 Maryland Avenue Suite 103 Clayton, MO 63011 (314) 757-7075 Matt Ratz Restaurants/Food/Beverage Convenience Foods Chick-fil-A - Chesterfield 17365 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1414 (636) 536-6933 cfachesterfield.com Jeff Greene The Cup 28 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108 (636) 536-2287 cravethecup.com Jennifer Ablen

Walnut Grill 1386 Clarkson Clayton Center Ellisville, MO 63011 (636) 220-1717 EatWalnut.com Eric Vogel Satchmo’s Bar & Grill 13375 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 878-3886 satchmosgrill.com Ben Brown StackHouse 13419 Olive Blvd Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 (314) 628-9353 stackhousestl.com Todd Myers Chicken Salad Chick 17215 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (334) 292-3611 Hilary Meares

(636) 386-7733 acestl.com John Youngblood Lowe’s- Chesterfield Store 290 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 728-0163 lowes.com Megan Stewart Retail - Specialty The Sound Room 17373 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 537-0404 thesoundroom.com David Young Organo 326 Hill Trail Ballwin, MO 63011 (314) 803-3741 Mike Plunkett

Ruth’s Chris Steak House 16496 Wild Horse Creek Rd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 730-2200

Landmark Sign Company 175 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-0400 landmarksignusa.com Mike Butler

Panera, LLC 17132 Chesterfield Airport Road St. Louis, MO 63005 (636) 519-8187 panerabread.com Michelle Huelsman

Big Shark West 17233 Chesterfield Airport Rd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 534-8080 bigshark.com Mike Weiss

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers 17360 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-9684 raisingcanes.com Lauren Proctor

Gateway City Fondue, DBA Melting Pot 294 Lamp & Lantern Village Town & Country, MO 63017 (314) 960-6211 Karen Barnett

Salads 2 Your Door, LLC 137 Brighthurst Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 344-0779 Chanala Rubenfeld

Retail - Clothing Pleated Boutique 717 Crown Industrial Court, Suite F Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-7272 Lisa Rose

Crown Trophy/Signs by Crown 15471 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 391-6001 crowntrophy.com Wendy April

Crushed Red 1684 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 778-9861 crushed-red.com Chris LaRocca

Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Food Retail - Electronics Trucks Russell Cellular Kona, Inc. 17164 Chesterfield Airport Rd 4365 St. Louis Rock Road Chesterfield , MO 63005 Villa Ridge, MO 63089 (636) 577-7042 (314) 591-5500 Luke Jones Kona-Ice.com David Frazier T-Mobile 2004 Westport Center Dr. The Tipsy Pony Party Bar St. Louis, MO 63146 1116 Cantina Dr (636) 575-0338 St Louis, Missouri 63141 t-mobile.com (314) 322-1812 Sarah McIntyre Robert Cassell Restaurants/Food/Beverage Restaurants Gianfabio’s Italian Cafe 127 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017-1731 (636) 532-6686 gianfabio.com Matt Terzo Smoke House Market 16806 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1404 (636) 532-3314 smokehousemarket.com Thom Sehnert Annie Gunn’s Restaurant 16806 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1404 (636) 532-7684 anniegunns.com Thom Sehnert Ya Ya’s Euro Cafe 15601 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1722 (636) 537-9991 yayas.com/st.louis John Miller Viviano’s Festa Italiano, Inc. 150 Four Seasons Shopping Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 878-1474 vivianosmarket.com Becky Parker

Isle Nail Bar 272 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-3203 Tammy Dang Bella Gente Salon 212 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 536-2002 bellagentesalon.com Dennis Kucik iCare Nails and Spa 140 Chesterfield Valley Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-9588 Nicole Lin Shear Brilliance 1695 Clarkson Rd., Loft 6 Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 610-8288 Tara Streck Satety Equipment and Clothing St. Louis Safety, Inc. 17993 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1219 (636) 537-9111 stlsafety.com Linda Wizeman

Security Systems Westco Security Systems, Inc. 215 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1253 (636) 519-0022 Tony White Enterprises & Family Farms westcosecurity.com 36 Four Seasons Shopping Center, #200 Robert Farb Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 882-4637 Senior Living Tony White Friendship Village Chesterfield Vincent Jeweler’s 11733 Olive Blvd Creve Coeur , MO 63141 (314) 989-9030 vincentsjewelers.com Leo Anglo Mary Tuttle’s Florist & Gifts 17021 Baxter Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 728-0480 marytuttlesflowers.com Angela Carter

Retail - Furniture/ Household Cocoon Home Consignment, LLC 103 Chesterfield Valley Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-0090 Christine Neskar

Pinspiration 164 Chesterfield Commons East Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-1233 pinspiration.com/chesterfield Amanda Wibbenmeyer

Retail - General Merchandise Dierbergs Market Place 1730 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4976 (636) 537-9400 Ron Edelen

Cobblestone Shoe Repair 1718 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 532-1046 cobblestoneshoerepair.com/ Randy Lipson

WalMart #2600 100 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1123 (636) 536-4601 walmart.com Justen Halbrook

The Natural Way 12345 Olive Blvd Creve Coeur, MO 63141 (314) 878-3001 Aisha Miller

The District at Chesterfield Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 513-1500 Rick Echelmeyer

Papa Bear Popcorn 14866 Clayton Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 220-1598 Jeffrey Amann

St. Louis Premium Outlets 18521 Outlet Blvd Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 399-8150 premiumoutlets.com/stlouis Davis Bethel

Fleet Feet Sports 278 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1140 (636) 532-0522 fleetfeetstl.com David Spetnagel

Retail - Hardware/ Tools/ Electric/ Home Improvement Rick’s Ace Hardware 221 Lamp & Lantern Village Town and Country, MO 63017-8209

Noboleis Vineyards 100 Hemsath Rd. Augusta, MO 63332 (636) 482-4500 noboleisvineyards.com/ Tricia Newbold

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Salons EWC 1640 Clarkson Road Fenton, Missouri 63026 (636) 536-0777 waxcenter.com Dennis Lowery

15201 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1810 (636) 532-1515 fvchesterfield.com Carmen Fronczak St. Luke’s Surrey Place 14701 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 (314) 542-3300 stlukessurreyplace.com Michelle Reynolds

Ballwin, MO 63011 (636) 527-5700 brookdale.com/en/communities/ brookdale-west-county.html Kailey Buchanan Sports & Recreation St. Louis Ambush Soccer Club 2480 Executive Drive St. Charles, MO 63303 (636) 477-6363 stlouisambush.com Joshua Robison Maryville University Hockey Center/Chesterfield Hockey Association 18383 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 735-8501 maryvilleuhc.com Natalie Hartwig Tax Preparation Block Advisors Tax Preparation 317 Clarkson Road, Suite 101 Ellisville, MO 63011 (636) 207-7422 blockadvisors.com Pep Tobin Travel/Resorts Travel Leaders St. Louis 17281 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 (636) 778-1081 http:travelleaders.com/stlmo Marcie Boyle Innsbrook Resort 596 Aspen Way Drive Innsbrook, MO 63390 (636) 928-3366 innsbrook-resort.com David Tiernan Cruise Planners 1457 Asterwood Ct Chesterfield, MO 63017 (636) 778-2446 TotalComfortTravel.com Danielle Petty Tree Service Davey Tree Expert Co. 6264 Lemay Ferry Road St. Louis, MO 63129 (314) 961-5440 Davey.com Jon Corzine

D&B Lawn Care & Landscape,LLC 615 Sontag Rd. The Westchester House & Springbridge Ballwin, MO 63021-7242 (636) 394-0797 Rehab dandblawncare.org/ 550 White Road Sandie Barger Chesterfield, MO 63017-2316 (314) 469-1200 Utilities lcca.com Ameren Missouri Lori Burns 280 Old State Road Ellisville, MO 63021-5916 Chesterfield Villas Retirement (800) 552-7583 Community ameren.com 14901 N. Outer 40 Road Ken Worland Chesterfield, MO 63017-6034 (636) 532-9296 delmargardens.com Kim Liefer

Republic Services 12976 St. Charles Rock Road Bridgeton, MO 63044 Garden View Care Center of Chesterfield (636) 947-5959 republicservices.com 1025 Chesterfield Point Parkway C Powers Chesterfield, MO 63017-1957 (636) 537-3333 gardenviewcarecenter.com/ Kira Somach Gambrill Gardens Retirement Community 1 Strecker Road Ellisville, MO 63011-1981 (636) 394-2992 gambrillgardens.com Linda Young Comfort Keepers 1215 Fern Ridge Parkway Suite 107 St. Louis, MO 63141 (314) 576-7000 comfortkeepers.com/offices/missouri/stl Fred Henry Brookdale West County Senior Living 785 Henry Avenue

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