Out & About October-December 2018

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Home Sales Trending Up

Realtor Tryla Brown Larson explains why now is a good time to buy — or sell — in Chesterfield.

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Thursday, November 15 | 5:30 to 8 p.m. DoubleTree Hotel - Chesterfield Get a jump start on holiday shopping while enjoying some time for you! Before the holiday hustle and bustle gets into full swing, join us for a festive girls’ night out of pampering, shopping, health screenings, food, drink and more. • Mini-makeovers and massages • Shopping • Appetizers and drinks • Dessert with the Doctors • Health screenings & tips for staying healthy through the holidays • Half-price massage gift certificate sales Tickets: $25 To register for this event, visit stlukes-stl.com/spirit. Questions? Call 314-205-6706.


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Out & About is always available online, on the Chamber website, and Facebook. Published By: Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 Publisher: Nora Amato, Executive Director, Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Editor: Carol Enright Designer: Krysta Struthers Contributing Writers: Eli Andrews, Ann Chrissos, Angela Conlon, Mark W. Ralfs, and Mary Shapiro. For advertising rates or news releases, call the Chamber office at 636-532-3399 or email info@chesterfieldmochamber.com. View the magazine online at chesterfieldmochamber.com.

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Home Sales Trending Up

Tryla Brown Larson explains why now is a good time to buy or sell - in Chesterfield.



Fall Musings Executive Director’s Column


The Connector

Jeri Schultz Joins the Board




Chesterfield’s One-Room Schools

The oldest of the city’s schoolhouses was built in 1812: Bonhomme School.


The Library: A Valuable Small Business Resource

Business owners could be paying for many services that are FREE at the library.


Celebrating Women

Celebrating women of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce.

New Member Mini Profiles

Calzones, Cosmetology and Coding Explore new franchises opening shop in Chesterfield.

New Member Spotlights

News by the Numbers News Briefs from Chesterfield

Health Column Avoid Running Injuries


Chamber Programs

Community Events


Education Column

Rockwood Gives Back


Business Column

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Holiday Gifting

Chamber Directory

47 Who’s Out & About in Chesterfield


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New Member Spotlights Get to know some of the businesses that have joined the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce since the last edition of Out & About.

Advertising/Marketing Hubbard Interactive An established communication agency, strategically driven, with leading-edge solutions to grow your brand, Hubbard Interactive-St. Louis is comprised of five local radio stations (101 ESPN, 92.3 New Country, 106.5 The Arch, KSHE 95, and 105.7 The POINT) and 2060 Digital — Hubbard Interactive’s internal, full-service, digital-marketing agency. 2060 Digital is a Premier Google Partner and offers everything from SEO, to Social Media Management, to Targeted Digital Display Campaigns, and more. Call us for a complimentary audit of your online presence with recommendations on how to improve. Contact: Maggie Toczylowski at 314-983-6280 or mtoczylowski@hubbardradio.com. Visit 11647 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur, or hubbardradio.com. Lean Media A fast-growing programmatic digital media company that specializes in reaching niche agriculture and rural audiences via online advertising. Our innovative audience-first approach uses unique data sets, advanced data analytics and proprietary media buying methods to deliver ads with greater frequency, precision and control than traditional media buying. We work with some of the largest agriculture brands in the world and are currently looking for smart, strategic, experienced people to join our team. Contact: Beth Handrigan at 314-282-9503. Visit 16150 Main Circle Drive, Suite 205, Chesterfield, or lean-media.com. JB Creatives LLC Works corroboratively with clients to determine their needs and those of their target audience. Implementing this information into communication materials suited to the client’s brand, and going to market in the appropriate segment, is what creates a successful campaign. Services include print and web initiatives for B-to-B and B-to-C markets, ranging from presentation kits/ brochures, logo development/stationery and internal communication materials to websites and email communication campaigns. JB Creatives creates a seamless process in re-branding or the 6

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development of a brand for a newly established company. Contact: Jeanette Kirkpatrick at 314-4583401. Apartments Watermark at Chesterfield Village A brand-new, luxury apartment community in Chesterfield that pays attention to the details renters desire. Every home is equipped with a modern feel complete with granite counter tops, wood vinyl flooring, dark wood, custom cabinetry, over-sized chef’s islands, energy-efficient appliances and designer finishes. Residents enjoy onsite, “wow-worthy” amenities, including a 24-hour fitness center with separate spin and aerobics rooms, relaxing pool with cabanas, outdoor kitchen, courtyards with group lawn games — and an on-site pet spa. Located just minutes from the Chesterfield Valley and Interstate 64, and directly across from Central Park and the Chesterfield Amphitheater. Visit watermarkatchesterfieldvillage.com. Consultants Chesterfield Counseling Associates Our goal is to help people have the healthy relationships they desire. No one wants to feel stuck, anxious, stressed-out, depressed or alone. Life is challenging. We excel at providing tools for parents, spouses and partners, families, adolescents and children to feel better about meeting the challenges faced by us all. We have therapists who specialize in working with children, adolescents and their parents, people who have experienced trauma, relationships in crisis, people seeking help with children they foster or have adopted, spiritual questions, and much more. Contact: Sandra Macke Piper at 636-675-7566. Visit 15455 Conway Road, Suite 345, Chesterfield. Organizational Compass, Inc. Professional EOS Implementer Bruce Sheridan’s passion is helping small business owners get what they want out of their business. Bruce helps businesses that are: privately held, 10 to 250 employees, entrepreneurial leadership teams that are open-minded, in the right business — and are @chesterfieldmochamber


feeling one or more of the following frustrations: People Issues, Not Enough Profit, Unclear Focus, Hitting the Ceiling, Slow or No Growth, Lack of Accountability. Schedule a free 90-minute introduction to the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS) so you and your leadership team will be fully equipped to decide whether there is a fit. Contact: Bruce Sheridan at 314-705-5478. Visit 838 Arbor Chase Drive, Wildwood, or orgcompassinc.com.

don’t like one-size-fits-all curriculums. Instead, we focus on a mentor relationship with an experienced coder, a Code Coach® who can guide our students through their amazing technical journey. Come by and find out more today! Contact Charu Katyal (charu@thecoderschool.com) or Cathy Kilo Peterson (cathy@thecoderschool.com) at 636-220-3002. Visit 157 Lamp and Lantern Village, Chesterfield, or thecoderschool.com/westcounty.

The Fortune Group Providing mergers and acquisitions advisory services tailored to the specific needs of middle market businesses and their shareholders. With over 100 years of combined deal-making experience, The Fortune Group principals have expertise in the following industries: industrial & manufacturing, business services & technology, consumer products & services, distribution & logistics, and health care & life sciences. A member of the Alliance of International Corporate Advisors (AICA), we have access to a full range of advisory services to assist clients with cross-border business sales and divestitures, mergers, acquisitions, capital raises, joint ventures, and other strategic transactions. Contact: 314-862-8500. Visit 7701 Forsyth Blvd., Suite 750, Clayton, or fortunegrp.com.

Entertainment Roaming Riddle Mobile Escape Games LLC Escape rooms are the latest entertainment craze taking the nation by storm. Now, there is no need to travel to enjoy an amazing escape-room adventure. Roaming Riddle delivers the escape-room adventure directly to you. Our mobile escape room is a luxury, state-of-the-art, climate-controlled Escape Room Trailer — the only one of its kind in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Our mobile escape game is a perfect entertainment choice for birthday parties, corporate team building, anniversaries, graduations, bachelor(ette) parties, wedding receptions, fairs, neighborhood block parties, school events, church outings and more. Contact: 618-613-4044 or Info@ RoamingRiddle.com. Visit RoamingRiddle.com.

Education Chesterfield Community Preschool A dedicated, grassroots, Montessori, micro-school committed to guiding children in an authentic community atmosphere. We believe in an affordable, inclusive, respectful, childfocused education system and aim to provide an environment that meets the needs of the families we serve. Our year-round, half-day preschool program is designed for children ages 3 to 6 years old, and our class size is limited to 15 students and three faculty, providing a sense of community, partnership and individualization. Contact: Birdie Pruessner at 314-761-7797 or Info@CCPSTL.org. Visit 620 N. Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, or ccpstl.org.

Topgolf Topgolf pioneered a technology to make golf more fun and engaging. Today, Topgolf continues to blend technology and entertainment, golfers and non-golfers, children and adults – to create an experience that makes socializing a sport for everyone. No matter the occasion or who you share it with, we believe every great time starts with play, is fueled by food and beverage, moved by music and made possible through community. Topgolf features dozens of high-tech, climate-controlled hitting bays for yearround comfort, a chef-inspired menu for year-round deliciousness and hundreds of associates eager to help create the moments that matter. Contact: 636898-8044. Visit 16851 N. Outer Forty Road or topgolf. com.

theCoderSchool Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Silicon Valley, theCoderSchool combines a super-small teaching ratio with an individualized immersion style to get your kids learning to code in no time! We don’t believe in kids being taught by software, and we chesterfieldmochamber.com

Ultimate Ninjas Inspired by the hit NBC television show “American Ninja Warrior,” Ultimate Ninjas is run by 3-time American Ninja Warrior Kirsti Pratt. Ultimate Ninjas offers a wide variety of obstacle October-December 2018 | Out & About


courses for both kids and adults of varying skill levels to try, practice and master. These include an agility course, swinging ropes, monkey bars, quintuple steps, and climbing and warped wall. You will also find a large gym area for basketball, soccer, dodgeball and space to run. You are sure to have fun at Ultimate Ninjas while boosting self-confidence. Contact: 636-206-8550 or stlouis@ultimateninjas. com. Visit 140 Long Road, Chesterfield, or ultimateninjas.com. Fitness/Gym/Wellness House of Pain A family-owned and operated business, empowering a healthier client through incorporating nutrition and fitness into their everyday life. We provide an environment for people to achieve life-changing results — by creating awareness, which gives people the freedom to choose a healthier life full of energy and happiness. Our members are motivated to make a change in their lives toward better health. We strive to exceed expectations of what they want and need, and are thrilled to see transformation of one’s body, belief systems, and ultimately, life. Contact: Jeremy Johnson at 314-882-8549. Visit 177 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd., Chesterfield, or

houseofpain.com. Health Care Bluetail Medical Group When looking for alternative treatment options to surgery for acute and chronic orthopedic injuries, insist upon the group that is widely considered the nation’s best and most experienced in regenerative medicine techniques. From acute sports injuries to chronic osteoarthritic joint pain, Bluetail Medical Group has the treatment options to best suit your needs. Their expansive office has on-site X-ray, diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound-guided therapies, and laboratory equipment allowing them to fully meet your needs. Contact: David Crane, MD; Kristin Oliver, MD; Matt Bayes, MD; and Chris Wolf, DO at 636-778-2900. Visit 17300 N. Outer 40 Road, Chesterfield, or bluetailmedicalgroup.com. Chesterfield Park Dental A general and family dentistry practice established in 2008. Dr. Daniel Cusumano and his team pride themselves in their ability to care for all of their patients’ dental needs — providing the best patient care in an upbeat and comfortable environment. Trained to place implants and Invisalign certified, Dr. Cusumano is passionate about transforming smiles with cosmetic dentistry. Chesterfield Park Dental accepts a wide variety of dental insurances and offers convenient financing options and payment plans. Currently accepting new patients. Call today to schedule your appointment! Contact: Dr. Cusumano at 636-5321661. Visit 4 West Drive, Suite 150, Chesterfield, or ChesterfieldParkDental.com. Home Builder Consort Homes The Consort Homes story began more than 90 years ago with the founding of The Jones Company by John E. Jones. Bob Jones, John’s son, purchased the company in 1961. Bob and his partner, Howard Chilcutt, built more than 15,000 family homes before Centex purchased the company in 2003. In 2005, Howard founded Consort Homes, hiring former president of The Jones Company, Ken Stricker, as president. Compare designs, features, prices, construction techniques and value. Consider our reputation for fairness, stability and a true understanding of our customers. We are confident you will select Consort Homes to build your new


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home. Contact: 636-777-7300. Visit 16141 Swingley Ridge Road, Suite 109, Chesterfield, or consorthomes.com. Mortgage Companies Eileen Casey, Sr. Mortgage Loan Officer, U.S. Bank Home Mortgage Since 1991, I have worked in a number of different capacities within the mortgage industry — the most recent 13 years in origination. I am deeply connected to my work and take a personal interest in ensuring my customers get the BEST loan to suit their specific needs. I consider myself a specialist with first-time home buyer programs, and I take great pride in assisting new and past customers with moving up to their next home. Please let me know how I can help! Contact: Eileen Casey at 314440-6150 or Eileen.casey@usbank.com. Visit 101 Hilltown Village Center, Chesterfield. Pet – Care and Services Dogtopia Dog daycare, boarding, grooming and training. Dog daycare should be more than just a place to leave your dog when you’re unable to be with them. At Dogtopia, we treat your pup to fun-filled days of socializing with other dogs, interacting with our caring team, exercising and burning off plenty of pent-up energy. You’ll no longer feel guilty about not having enough time or energy to play with your dog after a long day of work — because at the end of every day, you’ll pick up a perfectly happy (and played out) pup. Contact: Nick Losciuto at 314-7538282. Visit 15400 Manchester Road, Ellisville, or dogtopia.com/Ellisville. Realtors Sexton Burch Team at Keller Williams Realty Jaclyn Burch and Lacey Sexton are the Sexton Burch Team at Keller Williams Realty in Chesterfield. Both Jaclyn and Lacey grew up in the St. Louis area and know it well. Together, they bring distinctive qualities to the team such as knowledge of the area, diverse backgrounds, driven personalities, and a keen understanding of the real-estate market. Their goal is helping buyers, sellers and investors find what they are looking for and feel satisfied with their decisions. Understanding that buying or selling a home is a big life decision, they walk their clients through the real-estate process from start to chesterfieldmochamber.com

finish. Contact: Jaclyn Burch at 314-324-6008. Senior Living Senior Care Authority (SCA) A full-service residential placement and eldercare consulting agency. We provide full assessments to families to find their aging loved one the best place for him or her to live and receive proper care. At SCA, we help families navigate the health care system, connect them with community resources, tour assisted living and memory care communities with them, and guide them in how to hold difficult conversations with their elderly loved ones. Our placement services are at no cost to the families and our passion is to keep the elderly safe and their families less-stressed. Contact: Erin Dwyer at 314-451-2255. Visit 100 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Suite 200, Chesterfield, or seniorcarestlouis.com. Title Companies Old Republic Title Insurance Group We provide title insurance policies and related real-estate transaction and mortgage-lending products and services to individual consumers, mortgage lenders, businesses and government agencies. Our products and services protect our customers from financial loss and hardship related to unknown judgments and liens, forged transfers, inconsistencies within a property’s title or misapplication of fiduciary funds. The distribution channel for our products and services spans across the nation and includes independent title insurance agents, our wholly owned insurance company branch offices, owned/affiliated agencies and ancillary services subsidiaries. Contact: 314-6928565 or tbulejski@oldrepublictitle.com. Visit 9645 Clayton Road, 2nd floor, or oldrepublictitle.com.

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Fall Musings

Finding Your Why and Exploring Chamber Businesses Our Round Table in November explores the many options for team building and/or friend o you ever wonder why you are doing gathering this fall and winter: something? At a General Membership Sports Fusion, Upper Limits, Meeting, our sponsor Jason Ingram of Roaming Riddle Escape Rooms, Accelerated Wealth said, ‘You need to find out Top Golf, Pinot’s Palette, Amp Up “the Why?”’ Because when you find out “the Why?” Action Park, and A|R Workshop. everything else makes sense. I thought about You can find all of these this and now I know it is my mission to find this businesses, and so many more, out from everyone I meet, especially my Chamber in our directory. members. Why they chose the business they are in? The Saturday after Why they joined the Chamber? My inkling is that Nora Amato Thanksgiving is “Shop Small most will say they had a passion for their business: Business Saturday.” I challenge each of a desire to create something. you to “Shop Local: Shop Chesterfield Chamber of This passion, this desire to build up Commerce Businesses.” Give a gift certificate this community, is what makes Chesterfield such a year for the holidays or meet with friends at a local vibrant and desirable place to live, work and play. restaurant to celebrate the season. Our small business owners have put stakes into the Our Chamber is successful because of the ground. They’ve hung out a shingle and made a real support of our community and the loyalty of our investment in our community. We want these types of people in our city. Their passion and commitment customers. I invite you to join me in celebrating our Chamber at our Winter Festival on December 7 energize us and make us stronger. When they at the St. Louis Carousel at Faust Park. (Contact the succeed, we all win. Chamber for tickets. Space is limited). We can do our part to ensure they are I want to also say thank you at this time of successful. Thanksgiving to all of our readers, the Chesterfield Take time this fall to get out and enjoy community, CCOC Members and volunteers and, Chesterfield and Chesterfield Chamber member most of all, my team at the Chamber (Krysta, Joan businesses. Take a ride, walk into a store – perhaps and Ann) and my past and present summer interns Mary Tuttle’s, where you can really take time to (Mike B., Tanner P., Ben C., Emma B., Anthony A., smell the roses. Or Cocoon Home Consignment – Griffin B., Sam M., and Daniel A.). Everyone together wander around and go home with a new treasure. makes this Chamber rock! Celebrate Old House at Hog Hollow and their 40 This brings me to my “Why?” On my wall year anniversary. Drive out to Chandler Hills Winery it says, “Do What you Love and Love What you for a perfect afternoon getaway. Sign up for the Do.” I really am passionate about connecting 17th Annual Pumpkin Run on October 20, because people, businesses and communities. Why? The it’s always more fun to run in a group — and there is a live band this year and a food line to remember. simple answer is that it makes me feel like I am accomplishing the Chamber’s mission of “helping Heck, register your whole family and take home a our community Connect, Learn and Grow.” great shirt and memories! We all want to be part of a community, right? I feel fortunate that it is literally my job to be a part of this one. Hope to see you Out & About in Chesterfield this fall…


Nora Macalady Amato is the executive director at the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. Reach her at 636-532-3399 or email nora@ chesterfieldmochamber.com. 10

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The Connector


eet our newest board member. Jeri Schultz is a leadership and professional development executive who has been a consultant to numerous St. Louis-area businesses and Fortune 500 companies. A mentor, sponsor and advocate to thousands of people — especially women — Jeri’s uncanny ability to bring people together in support of one another and their causes has earned her the nickname “The Connector.” In the fall of 2017, Jeri launched Women Who Inspire, a free speakers series that has featured, among others, Build-a-Bear founder Maxine Clark. Describe the Women Who Inspire series? Women Who Inspire celebrates remarkable women who need to be distinguished. We motivate each other — inspire each other with our faults and our successes — to create a stronger woman in leadership and in society. We talk about what it means to give back, not take away, and build other women up for opportunities to succeed. Women Who Inspire has allowed close to 1,000 women to attend five programs. How would you define a woman who inspires? Bold. Courageous. Trailblazer. Fearless. Takes risk. Creates opportunities. Sincere and demonstrates humility. What holds back talented women? We self-sabotage ourselves. We don’t think we can do it or we don’t give it a try. I don’t think I could start my own business. Or what if I became a manager — I’ve got children… could I really balance it all? How can women overcome this tendency to selfsabotage? You’ve got to find people that believe in you: you nurture them and they nurture you. A lot of women don’t have that and they have to find it. That’s why networking is so important. I have to give a shout out to the many women and men in my life who motivate and support me each day to do more and better: my sister Diane, Maxine Clark, Anita Reznicek, Nora Amato, Karla Bakersmith, Mary Jennings, Ann Duggan, Leo Anglo, my husband Carl who is my anchor — and about 100 more! What advice can you offer young women looking for career inspiration? Seek mentors who will listen, support and chesterfieldmochamber.com

guide you through the ups and downs. Get involved in the community and be sincere about your time and giving. People always notice if one is genuine. Look for women and men who are great role models and ask for their insight. Create your own red carpet. What do you mean by “red carpet”? I sat down with my Jeri Schultz husband last year and I said: I have my business, I teach at a university, I want to do something that has meaning to me. And it was Women Who Inspire. That’s my red carpet. You’ve called Women Who Inspire your “purpose.” Explain… I’ve spent my career mentoring women and giving back. When women leave the Women Who Inspire programs, they seem energized, connected, ready to try new things, to grow more — and they realize that they matter. That’s really what I want for them. A long-time dream and passion of mine turned into a remarkable success in less than a year. I do not consider this initiative a business. It’s a purpose. What’s next for Women Who Inspire? Colonel Laurel (Buff) Burkel will be the speaker for the November 14 Women Who Inspire program to honor Veterans Day. Her story is remarkable. Really! Laurel’s helicopter crashed in Afghanistan. The rest of her story is her story. I will be sending out invitations in late October. Anyone interested in attending may contact me at Jeri.m.schultz@gmail.com. I will make every effort to include as many as possible. Previous program attendees and military will get priority invitations as a special courtesy. So what about that nickname, The Connector? I want to be known as the woman who helps women.

Jeri Schultz is principal at Jeri Schultz & Associates, LLC. Leadership.Development.Customized Programs, a board of director of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce., and facilitator of the Chamber’s leadership program, Leadership Chesterfield.

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News by the Numbers

A collection of Chesterfield-focused news tidbits. 2 golfing buddies hit holes-in-one at Forest Hills Country Club this summer. 9 is the magic number for 9-year-old Mason Reynolds who hit his ace on June 7 using a 9 iron on Hole 3 which was playing 109 yards. Mason is in 4th grade at Ellisville Elementary School. 11-year-old Spencer Mathus made his hole-in-one on August 12, using a 7 iron on Hole 2, which was playing 105 yards. Spencer is in 6th grade at Crestview Middle School. Spencer and Mason were often paired together as a Forest Hills team when 33 is the number of years competing in Junior PGA since Chamber member matches. Ambassador Floor Co. opened its doors in 1985. Now run by a member of the second generation, Kelly Taylor, the family-owned business is one of 9 that will be honored at the St. Louis Business Journal’s Family Business Awards on October 11. Congratulations!


900,000 meals were packed by more than 2,000 volunteers at St. Charles Family Arena August 25-26 during Meals for a Million, a food packaging event benefitting starving people locally and around the world. Chesterfield residents Dave and Anne Stockman volunteered. Dave is semi-retired owner/president of Chamber member Best Source LLC: “Our group, in our two hours, put together 16 boxes of 36 meals, so 576 meals.” 12


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17th annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run is taking over Chesterfield Valley on October 20. 5K, 10K and 1K Fun Run for the Kids. Register at Fleet Fleet or chesterfieldmochamber.com.

29 new members have joined the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce since the last issue of Out & About.


345 345 is the number of apartment units at the Watermark at Chesterfield Village multi-family development being built on 13 acres at Lydia Hill and Chesterfield Parkway near city park and the Chesterfield Amphitheater.


20% is the rate at which job openings exceed job seekers in the Midwest. This compares to 7% nationwide. The greatest local employment opportunities are in health care, finance and information technology. 61% of IT firms are facing a shortage of skilled applicants. 74% of financial services firms are forced to hire less skilled workers and train them. 54% of health care employers plan on increasing employment in the next year. (Source: St. Louis Community College’s 10th annual State of the St. Louis Workforce Report.)


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Trend Home Sales Realtor Tryla Brown Larson explains why now is a good time to buy — or sell — in Chesterfield.

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variety of factors has boosted home sale trends in Chesterfield — benefitting buyers, sellers and the entire community, according to Tryla Brown Larson. And now is a perfect time to buy or sell. Larson, owner of Tryla Brown Larson & Associates, with the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices/Alliance Real Estate organization and a Chesterfield resident, said the fall months for 2017 had more active homes for sale than any other season last year. “Everyone knows that spring time is busy for real estate but they might not realize that fall is a great season to sell your home, too,” she said. Chesterfield boasts a strong market. In 2014, the median home price for Chesterfield was $345,000, while, in 2018, it is $385,000. “This shows that home values are increasing,” Larson said. Homes are also selling faster. In 2014, the average time it took to sell a home in Chesterfield was 5.78 months versus 3.55 months in 2018. Larson added that, in 2014, 853 homes sold in Chesterfield compared to 929 homes sold in 2017. “In October of 2014, there were 236 active listings in Chesterfield,” Larson said. “In October of chesterfieldmochamber.com

2017, there were 326 active listings in Chesterfield. This shows that the city is growing.” Those figures compare favorably with St. Louis County information, provided by the St. Louis REALTORS® association in cooperation with Mid America Regional Information Systems (MARIS). It showed the St. Louis County median sale price for 2014 was $161,500; the 2014 number of sales was 13,147; and average number of cumulative days on the market for 2014 was 77. For St. Louis County in 2017, the median sale price was $181,000; the 2017 number of sales was 15,898; and the average number of cumulative days on the market for 2017 was 46. Larson advises first-time home buyers to get as much information as they can. Her business hosts first-time home buyers’ workshops, usually twice a year. She cited factors that improve Chesterfield home sales, including “two excellent public school districts, Rockwood and Parkway, and access to some really good private schools, as well.” “We also have a lot of successful businesses here, a great deal of excellent retail, and growing tourism, due to facilities such as Topgolf St. Louis, which just opened in Chesterfield Valley,” Larson said. “Chesterfield has become a destination October-December 2018 | Out & About


“I do a lot of social media, print ads, and post card mailings and maintain good relationships with other realtors. My listings are on hundreds of web sites. And that’s the trick — getting the home widely exposed.”

location for retail and recreation.” Larson has been involved in residential real estate for four years. “Before that, I was on the commercial side and did commercial economic development for both Crestwood and O’Fallon, Mo.,” said Larson, who is both a buyer’s and a seller’s agent for listings and is certified as a relocation specialist for those coming in from out of town. She has received the 40 Under 40 award from the St. Charles Business magazine, was voted Community Builder of the Year by the St. Charles Community Council and received a proclamation from the state of Missouri for excellent business practices. She works smart. “We know the community — knowing the community and real estate market is important,” Larson said. “People have told me I’m good at giving 16

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individual attention to clients, to make any transaction as stress free and easy as possible,” she adds. It helps to have diversity of housing in Chesterfield. “We have a mix of new and older homes in Chesterfield, so there’s a lot of variety, anything from a condo to a multi-million-dollar mansion,” Larson said. “And Chesterfield is great for families, from golf to shopping to schools to restaurants.” She said that being a Chesterfield resident helps immensely in her business. “I not only sell homes and help people find them here, but I live, work, eat and play here,” Larson said. “I’m potentially selling to my own neighbors.” Larson focuses on lots of marketing when selling a house. “I don’t just put a sign in a yard,” she said. @chesterfieldmochamber


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Tips for Selling During the Holidays

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While it might seem counterintuitive, shopping for a home or selling one during the winter holidays can pay off. “People don’t want to go out home shopping in the winter, so the foot traffic is lower,” Tryla Brown Larson said. “But the people who do come looking are more serious buyers.” While spring is a key time to sell, December was actually her best month last year. Among tips she provided for home sellers during the holidays are: Decorate the home for the holidays but keeping it moderate. Make sure sidewalks are clear and snow shovels are put away. Another good reason to sell during the holidays is that a lot of people are out driving around looking at Halloween decorations or holiday lights. “Many of those people will see the for sale signs in your yard,” Larson said.


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Calzones, Cosmetology and Coding Come to Chesterfield By Eli Andrews Three new franchises open shop in city.

It’s no secret that Chesterfield is prime real estate for new business openings. Recently, three more ventures joined the 63005/63017 zip codes — each bringing a unique offering to the city’s already diverse community of retail, restaurants and destination experiences. Sauce on the Side Sauce on the Side opened August 20 at 1637 Clarkson Road. The fast-casual restaurant specializing in calzones has enjoyed success since day one. This is Sauce on the Side’s fourth location overall, but its first franchise — a milestone for the brand and the Chesterfield location. Tony Withouse, sales and marketing manager for the restaurant, helped train new employees and rebuild the space before the opening. “We gutted out the building, completely rebuilt everything from the floor to the ceiling,” Withouse says. “The area was a restaurant beforehand as well, but the kitchen wasn’t suited for us, so we took everything out and remodeled that too.” A helpful community and strong team of workers played no small part in the remodeling and construction of the new restaurant, and the atmosphere and service reflect this. Without hard work on the part of everyone involved, Withouse says the successful grand opening would never have been possible. Now, he says, it’s Sauce on the Side’s turn to give back to the neighborhood. “Our mission statement is ‘Feed the community,’ and that’s all we want to do,” says Withouse. “We want everybody to have fun. We bring a casual atmosphere because that’s really what’s up-and-coming these days: people want what they want, and they don’t want to have to wait for it. So we’re all about that.”

The Lash Lounge Sauce on the Side isn’t the only new business with a goal of serving the community. Just across the street at 1728 Clarkson Road, The Lash Lounge, a salon specializing in eyebrows and lashes, opened to the public on August 15 after a training process that salon owner Greg Lacombe describes as “grueling.” “All the stylists who work here are statecertified, so they all have their basic state license,” Lacombe says. “When they come on board, they go through a certification process for us, because we have a unique way of doing lashes.” This process began on July 9 and ran the stylists through a wide range of services. With the August opening date looming, they were tested and certified in these services with no time to spare. All the while, Lacombe was focused on making sure all permits and licenses were in order, as well as hiring the best stylists and managers. “Finding the best of the best is the tough part,” says Lacombe. “Recruiting, locating, identifying, and hiring people is an ongoing challenge, because you want to be a great employer and a great service provider to the community.” A Kansas City native, Lacombe entered the cosmetology business because of his wife, a licensed cosmetologist and former actress. For years, they owned and operated a restaurant in South St. Louis, but Lacombe says the beauty industry was always “well-ingrained” in his household. He says the most surprising thing he has learned is how few Midwesterners know about lash extensions. “Texas, Los Angeles, New York — they know what extensions are,” Lacombe says, “but in St. Louis we had to explain what they were. Now, it’s really taking off.” So why Chesterfield? Lacombe says he liked its location in the St. Louis area, the diverse population, and a client base that the salon’s manifesto – part of which reads “wake up, step up, stand out…see the world through new, beautiful eyes” — is best suited to serve. “People here demand quality service,” says Lacombe, “and that’s what we do best.” 20

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the CoderSchool The CoderSchool recently opened at 157 Lamp and Lantern Village with a different type of service in mind – teaching children between ages 7 and 18 software skills. It’s the newest franchise in a business headquartered in Silicon Valley, and it’s owned and operated by two women: Kathy Peterson, head of community outreach and marketing, and Charu Katyal, day-to-day onsite manager to the kids and their coaches. Peterson says their mission statement – “teaching the children coding in a fun, nurturing environment” – is more relevant than ever, and it continues to grow. “Coding is our kids’ future,” Peterson says. “It doesn’t matter what field they eventually go into,



coding will serve as a wonderful foundation.” Katyal points out another aspect of the mission: reaching girls who might be interested in technology. She mentions that women have not been as wellrepresented in this area, and that this is a growing problem worldwide. “The percentage of girls who entered communication science majors has fallen in the last several years,” Katyal says. “In the mid-1980s, it was in the mid30s range, and in 2014, that number fell to 17 or 18 percent. The same kinds of issues have also been happening in India. More women were entering technical fields, but now those numbers are declining there as well.” In addition to experience in a wide variety of software, the school also teaches presentational skills. Children have the opportunity to create projects from the software they learn and present them to friends and family. Ages 7 to 18 is a wide range of children to work with, so what experience do Peterson and Katyal have? “We’re moms,” Peterson says. Chesterfield was chosen as the franchise’s newest location because of its support for local businesses, particularly those run by – and aimed toward – families. Peterson adds that the area’s demographics are able to support educating children past what they learn in school. “It is an investment in your child and, unfortunately, not everyone can afford to spend more on their children,” says Peterson. “But we feel that this community can afford to do that, and so our hope is to reach kids that would never have that opportunity. Eventually we plan to move further and reach those kids who wouldn’t otherwise have this chance.”


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Common Running Injuries and How to Avoid Them

By Angela Conlon


ith fall approaching many of us can’t wait to get outside and enjoy the cooler temperatures and vibrant colors, and dedicate more time to a running and training regimen — particularly with all the events and festivals around town, like Turkey Trots, seasonal 5Ks, or half or marathon length races to participate in. An increase in training often leads to better fitness and goal achievement, but it also puts increased stress on your body. Many of the running injuries we see come from greater loads placed on the joints with decreased muscle and tendon strength and flexibility. Here are a few of the more common running injuries: Achilles Tendonitis/Plantar Fasciitis are common ankle and foot injuries due to increased loads on the foot and ankle. Because the nature of this tissue is much less elastic than muscle, increased strain results in small tears, which become inflamed. Patellofemoral Pain, commonly referred to as “runner’s knee,” is a softening of the cartilage under the kneecap. This may be caused by many things — but most often the kneecap is not tracking properly due to muscle imbalances in the hip, thigh or poor biomechanics. Iliotibial Band (IT) Syndome is another common pain runners experience located on the lateral side of the knee. The IT band helps stabilize the knee when the foot strikes the ground; however, it is susceptible to injury if there is an excessive force from ankle pronation, muscle inflexibility or hip weakness. Low Back Pain is the product of a number of biomechanical faults, often because of the forces chesterfieldmochamber.com

imposed on the spine due to postural deficits, muscle weakness in the hips and thorax, and muscular and joint limitations in the hips and spine. Shin Splints can be the unhappy outcome of ground reaction force, or the amount of pressure that must be absorbed through the lower extremity when your foot strikes the ground. Poor lower extremity mechanics or muscle imbalances may trigger pain in the anterior side of the lower leg. If you have an injury or even minor irritation, it is a sign of inflammation and, if not resolved, may lead to a chronic injury. Running through pain sets you up for a more serious and longer lasting injury — and could jeopardize your chance to participate in the event you have been training for. At Apex Network Physical Therapy, we can help keep you healthy, strong and injury free through a variety of physical therapy treatments. One tool at our disposal is a biomechanical assessment using wearable sensor technology. Our system can analyze running metrics such as foot speed, cadence, ground reaction force and more — all factors that are useful in determining how to improve running efficiency or correct poor mechanics. The data collected by our system enables our therapist to prompt runners on corrective exercise and strategies to correct for compensation. It also helps us determine when it’s appropriate to return from an injury and how to safely increase training load. Properly managing an increase in frequency, duration or intensity of running can keep injuries at bay and help you get to the finish line. If you have questions about running training, mechanics or injury, give us a call at 636486-0019, check us out at apexnetworkpt.com, or visit one of our 12 local clinics. Or come see us at the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Pumpkin Run on Saturday, October 20. We will have a tent near the finish line — and would love to talk to you about running well and staying injury free.

Angela Conlon is a Physical Therapist and clinic manager at Apex Network Physical Therapy in Chesterfield.

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Rose Callahan Walker , teacher at Bonhomme School, 1926. Courtesy of CHLPC archives.

Chesterfield’s OneRoom Schools: Bonhomme School By Ann Chrissos The oldest of the city’s schoolhouses was built in 1812.


ne-room schoolhouses were common in the Chesterfield area during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Four of the five villages which became part of modern-day Chesterfield had their own oneroom schoolhouse and each school bore the name of the village: Lake, Bellefontaine, Chesterfield and Bonhomme. Residents of Gumbo sent their children to either the Chesterfield or the Bonhomme School. Besides these four community schools, early Chesterfield was also home to the Chesterfield School for African-American Students and two church schools – Bonhomme Presbyterian and Ascension Catholic. The latter were housed


in the church basements, while the community schools were freestanding structures. Many common features existed among these schools. Each had only one room with a wood-burning stove in the center. They employed only one teacher who taught grades one through eight. Each school had a chalk board and teacher’s desk in front of the room, desks for students, and individual slates on which the students practiced their writing and math. By the mid 1950s, these small schools were

absorbed into the Parkway and Rockwood school districts. The oldest school in the Chesterfield area was the Bonhomme School, located at 18455 Olive Street Road. According to Garlin Kellison, the last principal of the school, it was first built around 1812 of rough-hewn logs. It was initially built by the village of St. Andrew along the Missouri River on the north side of the Daniel Boone Bridge. When the community was destroyed by the 1844 flood, Bonhomme Village along Old Olive Street Road, south of the bridge, took over the school. Around 1870, a one-room brick building was erected. In five years, the enrollment had out grown the space, so the brick building was dismantled and replaced with a larger frame structure. In 1934, a CWA (Civil Works Administration) project razed the building, dug a basement to house a furnace and replaced the structure with additional windows and electricity. On May

The residents of Bonhomme Village stand in from of Bonhomme School. Circa 1880. Courtesy of Lelia Headrick.

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Walter and Marie Wardenburg were part of this 1933 picture of Bonhomme School. The teacher was Garlin Kellison. Courtesy of Della Bacon Kiehl.

26, 1951, the last class graduated from Bonhomme School. Later the building became the Old Schoolhouse Tavern which operated until the building was damaged in the 1993 flood. It was razed in 1998. The bell tower is now displayed at a Rockwood school in Eureka. Robert Stanton, a former official of the Rockwood School District, claimed Bonhomme School was “the finest example of a rural one-room school” he had ever seen. Many Bonhomme School graduates made their mark in the world as merchants, salesmen, barbers, lawyers, stenographers, secretaries, farmers, homemakers and teachers. The following became teachers: Lottie Boissellier, Nora Kroenung Bayer, Mary Sutton Bayer, Rose Sutton Coleman, Dorothy Broemmelsick Rankin, Margaret Corless Rickard and Garnet Schaeffer Glaser. Garnet Schaeffer (19081995) graduated from Bonhomme grade school in 1921 where Miss Jordan was the teacher. She graduated from Clayton High School in 1925 and then chesterfieldmochamber.com

attended Harris Teacher College in St. Louis where she received her teaching certification. She returned home to teach at the Chesterfield School for one year, then at the Bellefontaine School for the next seven years. These schools will be discussed in future articles. According to Hope Sellenreik Stemme, who attended Chesterfield School, Garnet, unlike most female residents of Chesterfield in the

1920s and 1930s, drove a machine (automobile). Garnet left teaching when she married Roy Glaser. The fathers of most of the students in all of Chesterfield’s one-room schoolhouses were farmers, many of whom served on the school board of directors. In William Thomas’ 1911 book, History of St. Louis County, he listed the members of the Bonhomme School Board: Domain Mueller, president; William Schulze, clerk; W. E. Sutton, director; and Ernest Albrecht, director. Obviously, parents considered education to be very important and the schools held a significant position in the various Chesterfield communities. Sources: CHLPC archives. Garnet Glaser was interviewed by Marion Hackman & Arland Stemme on 17 March 1992. Stemme, Hope Sellenreik’s recollection on website: http://www.chesterfield.mo.us/ historical-commission.html Thomas, William L. History of St. Louis County, 1911, p. 123.

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Chamber Programs

Chesterfield event highlights for October-December. Find a comprehensive listing at www.chesterfieldmochamber.com

Chamber Events Networking/Business Development Events Chesterfield Chamber General Membership Meetings Lunch, plus a compelling program about what’s happening in the community. 11:15 a.m.-1 p.m. $25 for members, $30 for guests. October 17, Wings of Hope, 18370 Wings of Hope Blvd., Chesterfield. Sponsored by McBride & Sons Homes. City Administrator, Mike Geisel, will deliver an update on Chesterfield. November 14, Persimmon Woods Golf Club, 6401 Weldon Spring Road, Weldon Spring. Join us for our monthly General Membership Meeting as we discuss Philanthropy as a Core Business Strategy. Our panel of speakers will give us their perspectives on philanthropy and its place in the workplace including Jim Ambrose of First Bank. December 19, DoubleTree Hotel and Conference Center, 16625 Swingley Ridge Road, Chesterfield. Wrap up the year at our Holiday Party General Membership Meeting at DoubleTree Hotel and Conference Center.

Membership Blitz Join us as we canvas the Chesterfield area and share with potential prospects the great benefits of membership with the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce! October 24, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Chamber Office, 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Chesterfield . First Thursday Coffee Network before you head to work. This event always run 7:30-9 a.m. Free for members, $15 for guests. October 4, The Sheridan at Chesterfield, 16300 Justus Post Road, Suite 145, Chesterfield. November 1, Nothing Bundt Cakes, 159 Lamp & Lantern Village, Chesterfield. December 6, Accelerated Wealth, 14755 N. Outer Forty, #514, Chesterfield. Chesterfield Chamber 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. October 25, Guardian Relocation, 633 Goddard Avenue, Chesterfield.

Amanda Roessler, Nora Amato, Donna Griffin Brenda Kiefer, and Krysta Struthers.

November 29, Upper Limits, 17375 Edison Avenue, Chesterfield. December 20, StackHouse Pub & Grill, 14156 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield. Ambassadors Join us for our bi-monthly Ambassadors’ meeting as we discuss how to grow the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce, your relationships and referrals. October 3, December 5, 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. Midwest Bank Centre, 500 Chesterfield Center, Chesterfield. Business Education Events Business Over Breakfast All meetings are sponsored by Mickes O’Toole and run 7:30-9 a.m. $15 for members, $20 for guests. October 23, Mimi’s Café, 17240 Chesterfield Airport Road, Chesterfield. Doug Mueller of Mueller Prost CPAs & Business Advisors will deliver tax tips and updates that will help business owners budget for the upcoming year. New Member Orientation New to the Chamber? Find out how the Chamber can help you grow! October 16, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Chamber Office, 101 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Chesterfield. Business Roundtable All meetings are sponsored by and take place from 7:30-9 a.m. at Midwest Bank Centre, 500 Chesterfield Center, Suite 100, Chesterfield. October 18 — Workers Compensation. Flint Walton and


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Steve Summers from Missouri Employers Mutual will lead the discussion, joined by a resident expert from the Crane Agency. November 15 — Ideas for office parties and team building activities. December 20 — The Nightmare Before Christmas. Share you work horror stories, tis’ the season! Lunch ‘N’ Learn Eat, network and learn about relevant business topics. $15 for members, $20 for guests. October 30, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Eat, network and learn from Kim Henson, the expert on collaborative tools, passwords, and more for your business operations. Walnut Grill,1386 Clarkson Clayton Center, Ellisville. Ribbon Cuttings October 11, 4 p.m. Synergy Wealth Solutions, A MassMutual Agency 16150 Main Circle Drive, Suite 400, Chesterfield. Special Events 17th Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run October 20, 5K/10K 8 a.m., 1/2 -mile Children’s Fun Run 9 a.m. Chesterfield Towne Centre at the corner of Long Road and Edison Avenue in Chesterfield Valley. Join us for the 17th Annual Gumbo Flats Pumpkin Run. We are so excited about this event and are currently expecting over 2,000 participants and spectators. The Pumpkin Run offers 5K and 10K routes, plus a half-mile Children’s Fun Run. This flat, fast course is fun for the whole family — and costumes are encouraged! 5K is $30 October 1-19, $35 Race Day. 10K is $35 October 1-19, $40 Race Day. Children’s Fun Run (10 & under) is $15 through Race Day. Registrations Oct 1-13 will receive a shirt, no guarantee of size. No shirt guaranteed after Oct. 13. Register at www.fleetfeetstlouis. com/racing/highlighted-races/ chesterfieldmochamber.com

gumbo-flats-pumpkin-run Winter Festival 2018 December 7, 5-9 p.m. The St. Louis Carousel, Faust Park The Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce welcomes the holiday season each year with our Winter Festival. Celebrate the holidays with a cocktail party, entertainment, and live and silent auctions. Lots of fabulous items are auctioned off — including trips, excursions, gift packages to local restaurants and sports memorabilia. Bring your employees and make it your office holiday party — the more the merrier! $60 for members, $110 for two tickets. $75 for non-members. Register at chesterfieldmochamber.com or call 636-532-3399. Numerous sponsorship opportunities available that include event tickets!

Community Events

History Hayrides at Faust Park October 5-6, 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. each night $10 per person. Advanced reservations required.

Join us after dark for a hayride around Faust Park. Then wander through candlelit historic homes, where refreshments and storytellers await. Warm up with a campfire and enjoy live music. Tickets must be purchased in advance at stlouisco.com/Parks or by calling 314-615-8332 or 314-615-4386. Want to skip the hayrides? Visit the Historic Village for only $5! Village will be open from 6:30-10 p.m. An Evening in the Cemetery October 19-20, 6:30-9 p.m. Faust Park $5 per person, free for children 4 and under Governor Frederick Bates has been at rest for 193 years and he’s now rested well enough to visit with you at his graveside.

Join Frederick, his wife Nancy, other members of the family and a few more resident ghosts in the family cemetery behind Thornhill in Faust Park. The house will be appropriately decorated and historically dressed docents will explain mourning practices and superstitions of the period. Please come, the Governor is dying to meet you. Purchase tickets at the gate or in advance at stlouisco. com/Parks or by calling 314-6158332 or 314-615-4386. All Decked Out St. Luke’s Spirit of Women Event November 15, 5:30-8 p.m. DoubleTree Hotel, 16625 Swingley Ridge Road, Chesterfield Ladies, spend an evening with family and friends before the holidays. Enjoy appetizers, beverages, shopping, holiday mini-makeovers and tips to stay healthy through the holidays and beyond. Free mini-massages and screenings available. Half-price massage certificates available for sale. $25 registration fee includes health screenings, mini-massages, swag bag, appetizers, desserts, drink tickets and more. Register at stlukes-stl.com. 314-542-4848. Candlelight Stroll of Thornhill November 30, 6-9 p.m. December 1, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. $10 per adult in advance, $12 at the gate (cash only). $5 per children ages 4-12 (under 4 are free) In conjunction with the regional “Historic Saint Louis presents A Spirited Christmas Past,” come experience the beauty of the holiday season at the home of Missouri’s second governor in historic Faust Park. Explore the customs of the 1860s holidays on this self-guided stroll through the festively adorned rooms with historically dressed docents in attendance. Credit cards can be used in advance by calling 314615-8328 or visiting stlouisco. com/Parks. Cash only at the gate.

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“If you are a small business owner, you may be pa

that you could get for free at the St. Louis Co

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Who Knew the Library Could Be Such a Valuable Small Business Resource? By Carol Enright Business owners could be paying for many services that are FREE at the library.


t. Louis County Library reference librarian, Mel Lambert, has a message for business owners. “If you are a small business owner, you may be paying for information that you could get for free at the St. Louis County Library.” The St. Louis County Library offers dozens of free resources for business — from market and demographic databases to eCourses in topics ranging from how to write a business plan, database management and accounting

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What’s at the library? Book-a-Librarian: Contact the St. Louis County Library Reference Department at 314-994-3300 (ext. 2050) or book at slcl.org/book-a-librarian. Databases for Businesses: All databases may be accessed through the St. Louis County Library website (slcl.org) for free with your library card. May also be accessed remotely.

Business Industry Research: Mergent Intellect, Mergent Online, Hoover’s Premium Online, FirstResearch, Business Insights: Global, D&B Key Business Ratios Business Prospects, Market Demand & Demographics: DemographicsNow, ReferenceUSA To access electronic databases: 1. Go to www.slcl.org 2. Click on Research 3. Click on Business Owner & Investor Databases for Nonprofits: Foundation Directory Online and GrantSelect for nonprofits searching for grant information. Free to use, but Foundation Directory Online only available at the St. Louis County Library headquarters. e-courses: Free classes on everything from how to run a business and web design to social media marketing and starting an online business at Gale Courses, lynda.com, Universal Class. Business Classes: View full calendar of offerings and register by going to www.slcl.org, click Events & Classes, then click Small Business. Other Resources: All branches offer free Wi-Fi, computers and scanners. Printing, copying and faxing is available for a small charge. Small study rooms for two to three people may be used for meetings.


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looking to dive deep into market, competitor and consumer research — especially for businesses looking to create prospecting and mailing lists. Lambert helped a friend in senior management at a retail company tap into library resources for valuable market data. “He wanted to pull demographic data for potential store sites and wanted his people to use the same source, instead of just Googling it,” Lambert says. “He realized he could get it all on DemographicsNow, along with retail data. He asked me if people knew about this.” Many do not — including one business owner who had been paying $10,000 for lists and now uses ReferenceUSA, for free, through the library. “I hear from people all the time who are so surprised by what we offer,” Lambert says, Business owners often approach her and ask, “You mean I can just pull a consumer direct mail list from you for free?” “Yes, you can definitely do that for free instead of paying for a list,” she says. She gives the example of a company targeting pet owners. “Do you own a cat or dog? We can direct you to the right database and show you how to pull a list.” ReferenceUSA and DemographicsNow are two of the more popular databases businesses can access through the library. Others are Mergent Intellect and Hoover’s Premium Online. The library uses tax dollars to pay for subscriptions to these databases, and they are free to use when you access them through the library website and login with your library card number. Book-a-Librarian Want some help navigating these databases? Lambert suggests scheduling a 30-60 minute session with a reference librarian at the library’s headquarters in Frontenac. “Probably one of the biggest services we offer is the Book-a-Librarian service. It’s pretty popular,” Lambert says. “If you are looking to find your market demographic, we’ll show you how to find it in our DemographicsNow database,” she says. “It’s a really great database with all these market research reports. You can pull different data for everything from the state level to a congressional district to a school district — all the way down to a zip code. @chesterfieldmochamber


We do a lot of Book-a-Librarian sessions for people looking for that information.” Lambert says a number of larger companies use the library databases to pull competitor data to create quarterly competitive analyses. Businesses just starting out often use Booka-Librarian for help figuring out where they can find industry and market information when writing a business plan. “We can book groups, as well,” adds Lambert. “For example, if your business wanted to do a training for the sales team on pulling prospecting lists, we’ll come out and train your team on how to use the database.” Online & In-Person Classes The library offers a full menu of business classes — both in person and online. Start with a three-hour in-depth Database Bootcamp at the St.


Louis County Library Headquarters, then try a series of three Build Your Dream Business classes at one of the branches. Your library card gives you access to lynda. com, which offers short how-to videos on topics such as social media marketing, graphic design and Photoshop. Universal Class and Gale Courses can be taken for continuing education credit or professional development on topics such as business writing, customer service and event planning. Once business owners become aware of all the resources the library offers, it can be a little overwhelming knowing where to start. Lambert has some advice. “If you’re trying to get a feel for what the library resources are, come to a class. If you have a specific problem you’re trying to solve, Book-aLibrarian.”

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t started seven years ago. A teacher noticed some students in her school were struggling. On Friday, students were hiding food taken from the school cafeteria because they knew it was the start of the weekend, and the next meal might not come until Monday when they returned to school at breakfast time. This teacher, along with a few others, went on to create Rockwood’s Got Your Backpack program to serve students who were struggling with food shortage. “We have students today who are literally homeless,” says Fairway teacher and Got Your Backpack founder Maureen Smith. “Some families live in their cars. Some live in homeless shelters. They live with uncertainty.” Rockwood Executive Director Student Services Dr. Terry Harris said the district currently has 128 students who are considered homeless. Seventy of those students are county residents, and 58 live in the city of St. Louis and participate in the voluntary transfer program. “As a school district we are committed to taking good care of all our students,” said Harris. “All 21,000 Rockwood students are members of our family.” Smith described how the program works. “Counselors or social workers contact families in need to let them know about the program. The kids bring their own backpacks to the staff member who is distributing, and they place the grocery bag full of donated items into the student’s backpack.” Smith said it’s done that way to be discreet. Where does the donated food come from? “It’s all donated,” said Smith. Volunteers pack the bags every week. Now, the program is growing into something even better. Rockwood Gives Back is extending a hand to all students in need. About 14 percent of Rockwood students qualify for the national free-and-reduced chesterfieldmochamber.com

meal program. While Rockwood ensures students have healthy meals during the school day and a backpack of food for the weekend, even more help is needed. Some students may have difficulty paying for things most take for granted. A prep test for the ACT. Tickets for homecoming. Funds to participate in afterschool activities. An online class to support their learning. Loralee Mondl and Jaime Bayes serve as volunteers for Rockwood Gives Back. “We believe we are stronger when we work together,’” shares Mondl. “Our vision is to generate multiple levels of support for Rockwood students who desperately need it.” The new program kicks off with the inaugural Run 4 Rockwood Kids on Oct. 7. The 5K and Family Fun Run starts at 3 p.m. with an event village hosted by Rockwood educators featuring kid-friendly activities, games and food trucks. It truly is a community-building event. Students in high school AMPED classes are making T-shirts for the 5K participants. Students in crosscountry teams will be helping with the family fun run course. Community businesses are sponsoring the event, as well as providing food and drinks. Bayes extends an invitation to all members of the Rockwood school community. “It’s heart work,” she says. “We are all volunteers just doing our best for our kids.”

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Tis the Season...


he holiday season is fast approaching, and parents and grandparents are again faced with that age-old question, “What should I get my kids and my grandkids?” If you’re like many parents and grandparents, and dependent on the ages of those you’re gifting to, the list might include things like toys or electronics or video games…. well, you get the point. What if there were gifts that could help you reinforce the value of earning and saving money for future uses? Before you go out and purchase that traditional present, here are two ideas that incorporate the only two IRS tax codes that allow funds to grow tax free and tax exempt: Children’s Roth IRA Yes, you can open a Roth IRA for a child under 18 with the child as the owner and you, or another adult as the custodian. To accomplish this, the child must have earned income. The annual Roth IRA funding limit currently is $5,500 a year which means that if the child has earned income, they can contribute to whatever their earned income amount is, not to exceed $5,500. This amount can also be given to them as a gift. To facilitate the generation of earned income, you might consider opening a small business to hire your child or grandchild for contract work throughout the year. * Tax Code 7702 Account-The Secret Asset When structured by a fiduciary like LionsGate Advisors and funded strategically, 7702 accounts can provide your children and grandchildren with a source of funds throughout their lives for such things as retirement income, college education, down payments on a home and many other purposes. 7702 accounts are not restricted to a maximum annual contribution based on earned income like a Roth or Traditional IRA and can be accessed throughout children’s lives teaching them how to become their own bankers. If you’d like to know more about these two ideas or other types of non-traditional gifts you might consider for your kids and grandchildren this year, please give us a call at LionsGate Advisors.** (314-222-2788). It would be our privilege to assist you.


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Mark W. Ralfs is the Director of Business Development & Wealth Strategist at LionsGate Advisors. LionsGate Advisors is an independent practice and works within a fiduciary framework to deliver sustainable value to the families and businesses they have the privilege to serve. They specialize in helping high-networth families and businesses Mark W. Ralfs, M.S., CGPA who seek tax efficiency and true non-correlation of assets. You can reach Mark at (314) 222-2788 or MarkR@ LionsGateAdvisors.com. Learn more at www.LionsGateAdvisors.com Subscribe to our podcast: LIVING A RICHER LIFE BY DESIGN *Visit with your CPA or attorney to determine whether this is a good plan for you and your children or grandchildren. ** Investment Advisory Services offered through Lion Street Advisors, LLC., a Registered Investment Advisor. LionsGate Advisors does not provide legal or tax advice.

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Contractors - Home Builder Consort Homes (636) 777-7300 Consort-Homes.com 16141 Swingley Ridge Road, Ste. 109 Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 Dawn Thurman

Maryville University of Saint Louis (314) 529-9340 maryville.edu 650 Maryville University Drive St. Louis, MO 63141-5849 Ebonee Shaw

Fischer & Frichtel (314) 576-0500 fischerandfrichtel.com 695 Trade Center Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Carl Hausmann

St. Louis Community College - Wildwood (636) 422-2000 stlcc.edu/ww 2645 Generations Drive Wildwood, MO 63040-1168 Gina Tarte

Greg Terbrock Design Build LLC (636) 778-2005 gterbrock.com 722 Spirit of St. Louis Blvd., Ste. D Chesterfield, MO 63005 Gail Boergadine

St. Louis University-John Cook School of Business (314) 977-6221 slu.edu 3674 Lindell Blvd., Ste. 132 St. Louis, MO 63108

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cwosforhire.com 17295 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 JBL Financial Services (314) 863-0008 jblfinancial.com 7710 Carondelet Ave., Ste. 333 Clayton, MO 63105 Katie Smiley

Reliance Bank (Olive) (314) 227-6528 reliancebankstl.com 13033 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141

Stifel Nicolaus (636) 530-6600 stifel.com 520 Maryville Centre Drive, Ste. 410 St. Louis, MO 63141 Sue Goucher

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

UBS Financial Services Inc. (636) 536-2588 ubs.com 17107 Chesterfield Airport Road, Ste. 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Peter Sanfelippo

Financial Institutions - Mortgage Companies American Financial Network, Inc. (636) 736-6000 maryflynn.afncorp.com 400 Chesterfield Center, Ste. 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Patrick Flynn

Fitness/ Gym/ Wellness Chesterfield Family YMCA (636) 532-3100 ymcastlouis.org/westcounty 16464 Burkhardt Place Chesterfield, MO 63017-4660 Jonathan Brodhacker

Cornerstone Mortgage (314) 469-5364 17280 N. Outer 40 Road Chesterfield, MO 63005

CycleBar | Chesterfield (314) 584-0555 chesterfield.cyclebar.com 1657 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 David Batschelett

Gershman Mortgage (314) 889-0600 gershman.com 16253 Swingley Ridge Road, Ste. 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Wayne Hoffman US Bank Home Mortgage (314) 440-6150 mortgage.usbank.com/eileen-casey-strutman-saintlouis-mo.html 101 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage (636) 730-3310 2 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Gabriel Moreno Financial Institutions - Title Companies Continental Title Company (314) 757-2354 ctitle.com 173 Long Road, Ste. 104 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Michele Lain Old Republic Title (314) 922-8361 oldrepublictitle.com 14323 S. Outer 40 Road, Suite 100-S Chesterfield, MO 63017 Terri Bulejski Title Partners Agency, LLC (314) 835-3690 titlepartnersagency.com 16640 Chesterfield Grove Road, Ste. 180 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Don Williams Financial Planning Accelerated Wealth (314) 222-2788 acceleratedwealth-stl.com 14755 N. Outer Forty Drive, Ste. 514 St. Louis, MO 63017 Jason Ingram Edward Jones - Kensey Turnbaugh (636) 537-1209 edwardjones.com/kensey-turnbaugh 16150 Main Circle Drive Sutie 230 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Kensey Turnbaugh Edward Jones - Timothy Price (636) 728-0143 edwardjones.com 15455 Conway Road, Ste. 120 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Timothy Price Financial Services Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. (636) 534-2000 ameripriseadvisors.com/halina.conti 14755 N. Outer Forty Road, Ste. 500 Chesterfield, MO 63017-6055 Halina Conti Carillon Group, Inc. (636) 777-7010 carillongroup.com 641 Cepi Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005-1269 Tom Gilliam, Jr Jr. CWOs for Hire LLC (314) 381-2201

House of Pain (314) 882-8549 houseofpain.com 177 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Jeremy Johnson Juice Plus (314) 645-2347 2510 Clifton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139 Jerry Owens Franchise Broker FranNet (636) 728-9430 frannet.com 5933 S. Highway 94, Ste. 102 Weldon Spring, MO 63304 Ben Terrill Funeral Homes & Memorial Parks Schrader Funeral Homes and Crematory (636) 227-5511 schrader.com 14960 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011-4623 Golf Courses and Country Clubs Lake Forest Country Club (636) 561-6682 lakeforestgolf.org 300 Yard Drive Lake St. Louis, MO 63367 Sue Rector Meadowbrook Country Club (636) 227-5361 meabrk.org 200 Meadowbrook Country Club Drive Ballwin, MO 63011-1600 Jim Bahlinger Old Hickory Golf Club (636) 477-8960 oldhickorygc.com 1 Dye Club Drive St. Peters, MO 63304 Kurt Jacob WingHaven Country Club (636) 561-9464 winghavencc.com 7777 WingHaven Blvd. O’Fallon, MO 63368 Nathan Charnes Government Chesterfield Police Department (636) 537-3000 690 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield, MO 63017-0760 Sergent Mark Bruegenhemke Chief Ray Johnson City of Chesterfield (636) 537-4000 chesterfield.mo.us 690 Chesterfield Parkway W. Chesterfield, MO 63017-0760 Justin Wyse Health & Beauty Color Me Beautiful (636) 230-9800 sandysbeauty-u.com Chesterfield, MO 63017 Sandy Baum Mary Kay Cosmetics - Judy Wise Masterson

(636) 519-7088 marykay.com/jwisemasterson 1609 Baxter Forest Ridge Court Chesterfield, MO 63005-4660 Judy Wise Masterson

Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care (636) 735-2000 crossroadshospice.com 15450 S. Outer Forty Drive, Ste. 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017

Medi-Weightloss Clinic Chesterfield (618) 713-4476 mediweightlossclinics.com/locations/chesterfield/ 16211 Baxter Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Carrie Merrifield

Crown Vision Center (636) 537-0700 crownvisioncenter.com 162 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Jeff Williams

Healthcare Bluetail Medical Group (636) 778-2900 17300 N. Outer 40 Road, Ste. 201 Chesterfield, MO 63005

Mid America Skin Health & Vitality Center (314) 878-0600 midamericaskin.com 222. S. Woods Mill Road, Ste. 475 N. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Nick Muccini

Senior Care Authority (314) 451-2255 seniorcare-stlouis.com 100 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Ste. 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Erin Dwyer St. Louis Eye Institute (314) 326-4800 1585 Woodlake Drive, Ste. 106 Chesterfield, MO 63107 Healthcare - Chiropractors Elite Chiropractic and Performance (636) 728-8607 17541 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Chris Collier Ernstrom Spinal Rehab (636) 778-2075 imyourchiro.com 300 Chesterfield Center, Ste. 140 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Ed Ernstrom Excelsior Family Chiropractic (636) 345-4816 excelsiorchiro.com/ 17684 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Ryan Hewkin Framework Chiropractic (314) 458-7091 frameworkchiropractic.com 111 Hilltown Village Center, Ste. 209 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Shannon Billingsley Primary Care Chiropractic (314) 485-8058 primarycarechiro.com 14500 S. Outer 40 Road, Ste. 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017 The Joint Chiropractic (636) 536-4200 1636 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Dr. Abe Renaud Healthcare - Emergency Services St. Luke’s Urgent Care Center- Chesterfield (636) 685-7720 stlukes-stl.com/urgent-care 17421 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Lisa Eckert St. Luke’s Urgent Care Center- Ellisville (636) 256-8644 stlukes-stl.com/urgent-care 233 Clarkson Road Ellisville, MO 63011 Sandy Dowell Healthcare - Hospitals Mercy Hospital (314) 214-8100 mercy.net 14528 S. Outer Forty Road, Ste. 100 Chesterfield, MO 63017-5743 Tricia Viviano St. Luke’s Hospital (314) 434-1500 stlukes-stl.com 232 S. Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Kelsey Welton Healthcare - Other Providers Apex Network Physical Therapy (636) 486-0019 13732 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Angela Conlon Chesterfield MedCenter (636) 537-0377 1751 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4979 Tiffany Collier Comfort Keepers (314) 576-7000 13990 Olive Blvd., Ste 202 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Tracy Echenique

Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center (314) 200-4955 https://ozziesmithcenter.com/ 13353 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Anna Auxier Pepose Vision Institute (636) 728-0111 peposevision.com 1815 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-5065 Jay Pepose, MD Shirley Schermer Signature Medical Group (314) 628-1650 signaturemedicalgroup.com/ 12400 Olive Blvd., Ste. 100 St. Louis, Missouri 63141 Sue Webb St. Luke’s Women’s Center (636) 530-5505 stlukes-stl.com/womens-services 6 McBride & Son Center Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 Lisa Eckert Washington University Orthopedics (314) 514-3500 ortho.wustl.edu 14532 S. Outer 40 Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017 Whole Child Pediatrics LLC (314) 272-4005 wholechildstl.com 16216 Baxter Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Home Inspection HouseMaster Home Inspections (314) 932-5557 stlwest.housemaster.com 17209 Chesterfield Airport Road #160 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Deryck Whiteley Hotels Comfort Inn & Suites (636) 530-1200 choicehotels.com/hotel/mo164 18375 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1009 Mike Ebert Courtyard St. Louis Chesterfield (636) 778-3230 17369 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center (636) 532-5000 doubletreechesterfield.com 16625 Swingley Ridge Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-1715 GoGo Navapant Drury Plaza Hotel Chesterfield (636) 532-3300 druryhotels.com/properties/chesterfield 355 Chesterfield Center E. Chesterfield, MO 63017-4801 Stephanie McDaniels Holiday Inn Express & Suites Chesterfield (636) 590-6240 ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/destinations/us/en/unitedstates/missouri/chesterfield-hotels 11 Arnage Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Sarah Klees Sonesta ES Suites St. Louis - Chesterfield (636) 537-1444 sonesta.com/us/missouri/chesterfield/sonesta-essuites-st-louis-chesterfield 15431 Conway Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-2087 Jonathan Rossini Houses of Worship Ascension Catholic Church (636) 532-3304 ascensionchesterfield.org 230 Santa Maria Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005-1631 Father Tom Molini

First Baptist Church of Chesterfield (636) 537-8748 firstbcc.org 17155 Wild Horse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1303 Dr. T.D. Stubblefield First Free Church (636) 227-0125 1375 Carmen Road Manchester, MO 63021

17000 Baxter Road, Ste. 206 Chesterfield, MO 63005 IT Hardware, Support, Services and Supplies Digital Doc (636) 333-1563 digitaldoc.com/chesterfield 16897 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Matt Kasten

Harvest Bible Chapel St. Louis (636) 394-4444 harveststlouis.org 17995 Wildhorse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Pastor Michael Sust

IT Systems/Consulting Alliance Technologies, LLC (314) 219-7887 alliancetechnologiesllc.com 1301 Wellington Valley Court, Ste. 201 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Jim Canada

King of Kings Lutheran Church (314) 469-2224 kokstl.org 13765 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2601 Pastor Douglas Chinberg

Alliance Technology Partners (314) 649-8888 alliancetechpartners.com 18118 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Clayton Braun

St. John’s United Church of Christ (636) 532-0540 stjohnsuccchesterfield.org/ 15370 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1717 Barb Nichols

CSI of St. Louis, Inc (636) 534-6600 csi-stl.com 184 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Rick Beck

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

Katy Computer Systems, Inc (314) 316-9000 https://katycomputer.com 390 S. Woods Mill Road, Ste. B1 Chesterfield, MO 63017 John Schmerold

Union Baptist Church of Chesterfield (636) 532-0341 unionbaptistcc.org 17200 Church Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-4215 Pastor Harvey Fields

McKinney Associates (314) 514-1352 1756 Stifel Lane Drive Town and Country, MO 63017

United Hebrew Congregation (314) 434-0700 unitedhebrew.org 13788 Conway Road St. Louis, MO 63141 Rabbi Rosenberg West County Seventh-day Adventist Church (636) 519-0177 westcountysdachurch.org 16800 Baxter Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Leslie Olin Insurance Services AAA Insurance (636) 532-9229 15510 Olive Blvd., Ste. 202 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Mary Andrews AFLAC (314) 630-9678 1795 Clarkson Road, Ste. 301 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Charles L. Crane Agency (636) 537-5080 craneagency.com 400 Chesterfield Center, Ste. 320 Chesterfield, MO 63017-4800 David Layton Insurance Brokers Group, LLC (314) 569-1010 InsuranceBrokers.com 18118 Chesterfield Airport Road, Ste. L Chesterfield, MO 63005 John Alexander New York Life Insurance Company (314) 994-6495 newyorklife.com One City Place Drive, Ste. 260 Creve Coeur, MO 63141-7066 Rochelle Freeman LTCP, CLTC Paul N. Cross and Associates, Inc. (636) 728-0200 pncassociates.com 999 Executive Parkway Drive, Ste. 340 St. Louis, MO 63141 Paul Cross Dale Shine Chesterfield, MO 63017 State Farm Insurance - Evan Richmond (314) 469-1711 evanrichmond.com 13437 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2602 Evan Richmond State Farm Insurance - Lane Sander (636) 530-9989 lanesander.com 105 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005-1233 Lane Sander Internet Marketing Solutions Poppa Tango Enterprises LLC (636) 778-3071

NWO IT Services, LLC (314) 270-9492 nwoitservices.com 11232 Concord Village Ave. St. Louis, MO 63123 Nick Oughton Results Technology (314) 222-2600 resultstechnology.com 17295 Chesterfield Airport Road #200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Mike Hummel Manufacturing Companies Holtec Gas Systems (636) 532-6613 holtecllc.com 18167 Edison Ave., Unit I Chesterfield, MO 63005-3709 Thorstein Holt J. McQuillan Co. dba TML~MFG, LLC (636) 391-0078 687 Trade Center Blvd. STE 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 LDL Imports (314) 406-2764 3671 New Town Blvd. St. Charles, MO 63301 Randy Nieders PortaFab Corporation (636) 537-5555 portafab.com 18080 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1105 Wayne McGee Massage/Spa Buoyant Float Spa (636) 552-4140 buoyantspa.com 703 Long Road Crossing Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005 Integrated Massage Therapy (314) 494-9322 nancyfulton.massagetherapy.com Chesterfield Athletic Club 16625 Swingley Ridge Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Nancy Fulton, LMT Massage Luxe Chesterfield (636) 536-1330 massageluxe.com 1656 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Melissa Price Synergi Facial Surgery & MedSpa (636) 530-6100 synergimedspa.com 17000 Baxter Road, Ste. 100 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Michelle Somers The Face & The Body - West (636) 532-2500 faceandbodyspa.com 1765 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4979 Anne Bourneuf Medical Equipment

Med Resources Retail (636) 530-4500 medresourcesinc.com 1688 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4601 Kim Mills Mergers & Acquisition Advisory The Fortune Group (314) 862-8500 fortunegrp.com 7701 Forsyth Blvd. Ste 750 Saint Louis, Missouri 63105 Moving and Storage Storage Masters (636) 219-7226 storagemasters.net 16824 Chesterfield Airport Road O’Fallon, MO 63366 Brian Wofford Not For Profit Assistance League of St. Louis (636) 227-6200 alstl.org 30 Henry Ave. Ellisville, MO 63011-2187 Jane Foley Beraka Ministries (636) 387-7557 mealsforamillion.com 1470 Mid Rivers Industrial Drive St. Peters, MO 63376 Circle of Concern (636) 861-2623 circleofconcern.org 122 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park, MO 63088-1720 Mission Gate Christian Center (636) 391-8560 804 Berquist Drive Ballwin, MO 63011-4216 Rick Mathes

1677 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Teresa Miller Pharmaceutical Pfizer, Inc. (636) 247-1000 pfizer.com 700 Chesterfield Parkway .W. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1732 Linda Cappetta Publishing Breese Journal & Publishing Company (618) 526-7211 breesepub.com 8060 Old U.S. Highway 50 Breese, IL 62230 Chesterfield Lifestyle (636) 219-7931 ChesterfieldLifestyle.com 400 Chesterfield Center, Ste. 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Journal Communications (800) 333-8842 livability.com 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 400 Franklin, TN 37067 Derek Brady Kwik Kopy Business Solutions (314) 878-2299 kwikkopy625.com 14368 S. Outer Forty Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-5710 Jason Jester St. Louis Jewish Light (314) 743-3600 stljewishlight.com 6 Millstone Campus Drive, Ste. 3010 St. Louis, MO 63146 Shane Blatt

West Newsmagazine (636) 591-0010 westnewsmagazine.com Missouri Housing Authorities Property & Casualty, Inc. 754 Spirit 40 Park Drive (636) 530-6181 Chesterfield, MO 63005 mhapci.com Sharon Huber 173 Chesterfield Business Parkway Chesterfield, MO 63005 Real Estate - Development/ Brokerage Susan McNary Gundaker Commercial Group, Inc. (636) 728-5101 Office Space and Services gundakercommercial.com AMG Corporate Offices 2458 Old Dorsett Road, Ste. 311 (636) 532-1900 St. Louis, MO 63043 amgcorporateoffices.com Mike Hejna 400 Chesterfield Center, Ste. 400 Chesterfield, MO 63017-4800 The Opus Group Greg Kintz (314) 930-2001 opus-group.com Plaza Executive Suites 112 S. Hanley Road, Ste. 100 (636) 530-0058 St. Louis, MO 63105 plazaexecutivesuites.com 17295 Chesterfield Airport Road, Ste. 200 Trident Group LLC Chesterfield, MO 63005-1423 (636) 449-2600 Kelly Puglisi tridentplace.com 17998 Chesterfield Airport Road, Ste. 200 Packaging Handling - Equipment and Services Chesterfield, MO 63005-1248 B&G Industries, LLC James Federer (636) 532-5021 bandgindustries.com Real Estate - Property Management 161 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Wolff Properties Chesterfield, MO 63005 (314) 991-1500 Paul Goldstein wolffproperties.com 11456 Olive Blvd., Ste. 210 Payroll Service St. Louis, MO 63141 ADP Steve Wolff (618) 367-1903 adp.com Real Estate - Realtors 12200 Weber Hill Road Berkshire Hathaway - Andrea Lawrence St. Louis, MO 63127 (636) 537-2361 bhhsall.com Pest Control Services 636 Trade Center Blvd. Mosquito Hunters of St Louis Chesterfield, MO 63005-1422 (314) 249-3974 Andrea Lawrence mosquitohuntersstl.com 1002 Fox Chase Industrial Dr Coldwell Banker Gundaker - Candy Citrin Arnold, MO 63010 (636) 532-0200 candycitrin.com The Pest Pro LLC 111 Chesterfield Towne Centre (314) 520-0120 Chesterfield, MO 63005 thepestpro.com Candy Citrin 1816 High Sun Dr Florissant, MO 63031 Coldwell Banker Gundaker - Dana Gundaker-Devers (636) 394-9300 Pet - Care and Services 1100 Town & Country Crossing Drive Chesterfield Veterinary Center Town and Country, MO 63017 (314) 469-1700 Dana Gundaker-Devers chesterfieldvet.com 14161 Olive Blvd. Coldwell Banker Gundaker - The Arnold Group, LLC Chesterfield, MO 63017-2609 (314) 422-2762 James J. Flasar, D.V.M. ArnoldGroupSTL.com 285 Clarkson Road Dogtopia Ellisville, MO 63011 (636) 283-2444 Linda Graves Arnold dogtopia.com/ellisville 15400 Manchester Road Coldwell Banker Gundaker - Susie O. Johnson Team Ellisville, MO 63011 (314) 602-7495 Nick Losciuto susieojohnson.com 6235 Mid Rivers Mall Drive The Humane Society of Missouri - Chesterfield Valley St. Charles, MO 63304-1102 (636) 530-0805 Lindsey Johnson-Jacobs hsmo.org 17357 Edison Ave. Coldwell Banker Gundaker-Roush/Thompson Team Chesterfield, MO 63005-1250 (636) 532-0200 Tammi Britton 111 Chesterfield Towne Centre Chesterfield, MO 63005 Treats Unleashed Kathy Roush (636) 536-5900 Coldwell Banker Premier Group - Pat McLaughlin

(314) 517-4713 21 Forest Crest Drive Chesterfield , MO 63017 Patrick McLaughlin Intrinsic Real Estate Group (314) 324-6907 Intrinsicrealestategroup.com P.O. Box 56571 St. Louis, MO 63156 Lynne Hart Renee Schultz Real Estate Team - Red Key Realty (314) 520-3396 17107 Chesterfield Airport Road, Ste. 160 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Mary Mundschenk Sexton and Burch Keller Williams Realty (314) 324-6008 111 Chesterfield Towne Centre Chesterfield, MO 63005 Jaclyn Burch Style Realty Team (636) 219-7931 stylerealtyteam.com 703 Long Road Crossing Dr #5 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Kelley Lamm

Ameera Al-Masri Papa Murphy’s Take N Bake Pizza (636) 536-7070 papamurphys.com 179 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 Mike Rawson Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers (636) 536-9684 raisingcanes.com 17360 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Lauren Proctor The Cup (636) 536-2287 cravethecup.com 28 Maryland Plaza St. Louis, MO 63108 Elizabeth Arway Which Wich Superior Sandwiches (636) 536-7771 whichwich.com 1762 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Glenn Coker

The Sartori Team Powered by Keller Williams Realty - Debra Sartori (636) 346-5367 debrasartori.com 16690 Swingley Ridge Road, Ste. 240 Chesterfield, MO 63017

Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Restaurants Balaban’s Wine Cellar & Tapas Bar (636) 449-6700 balabanswine.com 1772 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Brian Underwood

Theobald Group - Vel Green, Powered by Keller Williams (636) 229-8770 Vel.SellingHomesToday.com 2031 Collier Corporate Pkwy St. Charles, MO 63303

Charlie Gitto’s (636) 536-2199 charliegittos.com 16401 Swingley Ridge Road, Ste. 430 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Charlie Gitto, Jr.

Tom Shaw Realtors (636) 532-1922 ShawRealtors.com 17813 Edison Ave., Ste. 200 Chesterfield, MO 63005 Patrick Shaw

Charro Mexican Restaurant (636) 256-7071 14839 Clayton Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Ezequiel Camacho

Tryla Brown Larson (314) 910-2286 trylabrownlarson.com 14728 Chesterfield Trails Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017 Resident Members David Isaak Jackie Kriegshauser (314) 469-3148 73 Tempest Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017-3341 Jackie Kriegshauser Resorts/ Travel Innsbrook Resort (636) 928-3366 1 Aspen Circle Innsbrook, MO 63390 Kelly Dean Cassandra Langley Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Catering Callier’s Catering and Delicatessen (636) 230-0019 callierscatering.com 14787 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011 Kelley Callier

Gianfabio’s Italian Cafe (636) 532-6686 gianfabio.com 127 Hilltown Village Center Chesterfield, MO 63017-1731 Matt Terzo Mimi’s Cafe (636) 530-4510 17240 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005

Bella Gente Salon (636) 536-2002 bellagentesalon.com 212 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Dennis Kucik

Retail - General Merchandise Costco Wholesale (636) 686-7400 costco.com 301 Highlands Blvd. Drive Chesterfield, MO 63011 Kim Buerann

European Wax Center (636) 536-0777 waxcenter.com 1640 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Dennis Lowery

Retail - Hardware/ Tools/ Electric/ Home Heartland Light Bulbs (314) 616-3691 heartlandlightbulbs.com 17631 Lisa Valley Court Chesterfield, MO 63005 Charles Welegala Lowe’s- Chesterfield Store (636) 728-0163 lowes.com 290 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Pamela Heaps Retail - Malls Chesterfield Mall (636) 532-4004 chesterfield-mall.com 291 Chesterfield Mall Chesterfield, MO 63017

Hellbent Performance (636) 536-7050 hellbentperformance.com 203 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63038

Yellowstone Cafe (636) 207-0501 lazyyellow.com 165 Lamp & Lantern Village Town and Country, MO 63017-8208 John Marciano Retail - Clothing Alpine Shop (636) 532-7499 alpineshop.com 1616 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4601 Cathy Blaies Cavender’s Western Outfitters (636) 536-5113 cavenders.com

Rawlings Sport Goods Co., Inc. (314) 819-2831 rawlings.com 510 Maryville University Drive, Ste. 110 St. Louis, MO 63141

Old House in Hog Hollow (314) 469-1019 oldhouseinhoghollow.com 14319 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-2120 Betty Brandt

Viviano’s Festa Italiano, Inc. (314) 878-1474 vivianosmarket.com 150 Four Seasons Shopping Center Chesterfield, MO 63017 Beth Viviano

Ya Ya’s Euro Cafe (636) 537-9991 yayas.com/st.louis 15601 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1722 John Miller

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

Salons Amazing Lash Studio (636) 735-3557 1638 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Donn Ganim

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

Colleen & Son, LC DBA McDonald’s (314) 922-8777 100 Long Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Colleen Schoendienst

(636) 527-9700 456 Sovereign Court, Ste. B St. Louis, MO 63011 Tom Eckelman

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

Stackhouse Pub & Grill (314) 628-9353 stackhousestl.com 14156 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Todd Myers

Weber Grill (314) 930-3838 webergrillrestaurant.com 1147 St. Louis Galleria Saint Louis, MO 63117 Erin Shovlin

Kaldi’s (636) 536-6624 kaldiscoffee.com 17211 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1423

Retail - Electronics Batteries Plus Bulbs (636) 778-1100 batteriesplus.com 17406 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Amy Jung

Satchmo’s Bar & Grill (314) 878-3886 satchmosgrill.com 13375 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Ben Brown

Chick-fil-A - Chesterfield (636) 536-6933 cfachesterfield.com 17365 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005-1414 Jeff Greene

Jersey Mike’s (636) 536-3064 jerseymikes.com 17273 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Dan Shanahan

TLynns Boutique (636) 536-6300 1634 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 Scott Ritchie

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

Restaurants/Food/Beverage - Convenience Foods Walnut Grill Andy’s Frozen Custard (636) 686-5301 (636) 220-1717 http:/www.EatWalnut.com eatandys.com 15501 Manchester Road 1386 Clarkson Clayton Center Ballwin, MO 63011 Ellisville, MO 63011 Carolyn Handtke Eric Vogel

Imo’s Pizza (636) 532-4667 chesterfieldimos.com 17287 Wildhorse Creek Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 John Imo

18451 Convenience Way Chesterfield, MO 63005 Shannon Buttron-Ricert

Landmark Sign Company (636) 536-0400 landmarksignusa.com 175 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Mike Butler Organo (314) 803-3741 326 Hill Trail Ballwin, MO 63011 Mike Plunkett The Sound Room (636) 537-0404 thesoundroom.com 17373 Chesterfield Airport Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 David Young Tony White Enterprises & Family Farms (314) 882-4637 36 Four Seasons Shopping Center, #200 Chesterfield, MO 63017 Tony White Vincent Jeweler’s (314) 989-9030 vincentsjewelers.com 11733 Olive Blvd. Creve Coeur , MO 63141 Wild Birds Unlimited (636) 537-5574 1739 Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-4977 Butch Payne Retail - Sporting/Outdoors Big River Race Management

Isle Nail Bar (636) 536-3203 272 THF Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005 Tammy Dang The Lash Lounge of Chesterfield (314) 858-5520 thelashlounge/salons/chesterfield 1728A Clarkson Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Mariana Hagedorn Security Systems Westco Security Systems, Inc. (636) 519-0022 westcosecurity.com 215 Chesterfield Industrial Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63005-1253 Robert Farb Senior Living Brookdale West County Senior Living (636) 527-5700 brookdale.com/en/communities/brookdale-westcounty.html 785 Henry Ave. Ballwin, MO 63011 Delmar Gardens of Chesterfield (636) 532-0150 delmargardens.com 14855 N. Outer 40 Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-2024 Karen Muckler Friendship Village Chesterfield (636) 532-1515 fvchesterfield.com 15201 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017-1810 Carmen Worley St. Luke’s Surrey Place (314) 542-3300 stlukessurreyplace.com 14701 Olive Blvd. Chesterfield, MO 63017 Kaitlin Crowder The Sheridan at Chesterfield (636) 333-1547 seniorlifestyle.com 16300 Justus Post Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Denise Niemann The Westchester House & Springbridge Rehab (314) 469-1200 lcca.com 550 White Road Chesterfield, MO 63017-2316 Sporting St. Louis Ambush Soccer Club (636) 477-6363 stlouisambush.com 2480 Executive Drive St. Charles, MO 63303 Joshua Robison Tax Preparation Block Advisors Tax Preparation (636) 207-7422 blockadvisors.com 317 Clarkson Road, Ste. 101 Ellisville, MO 63011 Debbie Reid Tree Service Davey Tree Expert Co. (618) 977-6232 Davey.com 6264 Lemay Ferry Road St. Louis, MO 63129 Jon Corzine

Who’s in Chesterfield Dr. James Billingsley of Framework Chiropractic and daughter at First Thursday Coffee in September.

If you’re Out & About at any of the places, events, stores, services, or restaurants in Chesterfield, we want to know!

Samantha Shoop and Madilyn Lewis of Midwest Regional Bank.

Email us your pictures to outandabout@ chesterfieldmochamber.com to be considered for the next publication. Chamber ambassador, Debbie Reid, and Chamber Board Member, Matt Kasten welcome Jean Sandifer, Executive Senior Services.

Jeri and Carl Schultz preparing for a day of golf at WingHaven Country Club for the annual Fall Tournament.

Leadership Chesterfield Class of 2019 at the 4th Annual Leadership Conference.

The Stackhouse golf team happily visiting the Intrinsic Real Estate tent at Fall Golf.

Nora Amato and Krysta Struthers at the Fall Golf Tournament registration.

Greg Carlson, Nathan Harvell, and Mark Brimer connecting at breakfast networking.

Nora Amato, Dr. Keith Marty and Paul Tandy with Wilma Gittiner and Jason Ingram of Accelerated Wealth, sponsors of the September General Membership Meeting at Amp Up Action Park.

Faye Whobrey and Kira Somach pose for a photo over coffee.

Chamber members enjoying breakfast networking at First Thursday Coffee.

Rich Horvath and Krysta Struthers network with members and guests over brunch catered by Walnut Grill. Sheila Roberts, Jamie Boydston, Ken Shaw, Sandy Baum, and Sandy Melnick enjoying a taste of Walnut Grill at Business After Hours.

Chesterfield Chamber Board of Director, Peri Periasamy and Chuck Welegala stop at the Fidelity Investments tent.

Chamber volunteers, Kathy Kroupa and Jamie Boydston enjoying the Concert Series at Faust Park.

Lee Ann Howlett, Tracy Echenique, Ray Savala, and Cary Spiegel enjoy networking over lunch at Amp Up Action Park.

Allen Roofing serving up cold beverages on the golf course as our Beverage Cart sponsor.

Car Craft Autobody sponsoring our Golf Tournament with Drinks on the Links.

A celebration of 50 years in the neighborhood and the opening of the newly renovated sanctuary with Green Trails Church members.

Linda Milke and Dianne Gibbs pause for a photo on the course.

Chamber members connecting over coffee.

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