Guide to Southern Boone County 2022

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Community is the Foundation to Success

Guide to Southern Boone County 2022 Edition Published By: Boone County Journal Ashland Mo. 65010, Gene Rhorer

Hartsburg By: Ernie Wren Hartsburg, MO is probably best known locally for the annual “Pumpkin Festival” in October with the many different types of crafts and food, along with a fun parade, and thousands of participants. The mention of Hartsburg may also bring thoughts of enjoying live music and great food at “The Burg,” or a refreshing drink at the “Hitching Post.” These are wonderful attractions in this small town, but there are many other adventures a family can enjoy in and around the Hartsburg community. Hartsburg has a long history. Luther and Aurelias Hart purchased several hundred acres in the bottom lands and started farming there in 1870. About this time, they sold rights-of-way to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (MKT) which now makes up the Katy Trail. In 1893 a railroad station named “Hart City” was established, and the town was officially incorporated as Hartsburg in 1901. The town has been continually improved upon by the Progressive Committee, with bi-annual fundraisers that helps the city purchase streetlights, pave roads, install Christmas decorations, upgrade the park, and handle other needs as they came along. ( According to the United States Census Bureau, which appears to vary from site to site, Hartsburg had a population of about 122 in 2011, and today hovers around 120. Next to the Katy Trail, one can find a nice bench upon to rest, children can play on playground equipment, and visitors can view the Katyrest Caboose in Hartsburg Park. For those wishing to camp overnight, there is the Hart Creek Retreat and the Hartsburg Trailhead which offer the opportunity to pitch tents. Close to the park is the Samuel E. Hackman Building, also referred to as the A.L. Barner Hardware Company Building, at 30 S. Second Street. It is a historic commercial building built in 1897 with an iron and frame storefront and is listed on the National Register of Historic

Places. This brings us to the Hart Creek Conservation area which is located about a mile or so outside of Hartsburg along the Hart Creek Road. The Missouri Department of Conservation states, “This area is 657-acres of managed forest, woodland, and bluff natural communities, with a few scattered oldfields. A multi-use hiking and bicycling trail runs through forested hills and limestone/ dolomite cliffs. The area features a wooden overlook, a two-acre fishing lake, and a primitive camping area accessible by the adjacent Katy Trail State Park. The area offers public hunting, fishing, wildlife watching opportunities.” Operating hours are 4am to 10pm. For those that like to fish the lake, you will find good fishing for bass, bluegill, and crappie, as well as a fair number of catfish. Another wonderful place to stop is the Lions Club Park on the outskirts of Hartsburg toward the river. It has a nice ball field, concessions, and playground equipment, and may remind you of “Field of Dreams” as it is nestled within crop fields. The Lions Club is quite active in the community, providing the recent fireworks shows, hosting fundraisers, and being a hub for local youth athletic events. Along with the Lions Club is the Hartsburg American Legion Post 424 which also provides fundraisers for special needs, along with being a community center for events. The hall is available for rent, and is a great place to host family reunions, birthdays, etc. One can find a bevy of events and activities by going to Facebook sites such as “Hartsburg Happenings,” “Hartsburg Farmers Market,” and of course the “Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival.” Or one can simply take a walk around the four-block square of downtown Hartsburg and just enjoy the quaint shops and peaceful scenery.

Hartsburg Missouri History

In the 1870’s Luther D. Hart and Aurelias B. Hart bought several hundred acres of land in the area and started farming. Soon they sold a right-of-way to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, known as the MKT, or Katy. A railroad station named Hart City was established in 1893 and the town was officially incorporated as Hartsburg in 1901. It was a farming community of hard-working and religious immigrants. Electricity came to town in 1919, earlier than most Missouri communities. An electric cooperative was established in 1929. Fundraising was handled by the Progressive Committee, which is still in existence today. Twice a year, fall and spring fund raisers

help purchase street lights, pave the roads, install Christmas decorations, upgrade the park or whatever else the little town needs. Today the population hovers around 108. The town is home to two churches, two taverns, a winery, a cafe, an antique restoration business and, in the summer and fall, fresh produce stands. Often you’ll see a coffee can sitting on a picnic table and customers pay on the honor system. The Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival is held each year on the second Saturday and Sunday of October, which includes games, foods, and crafts. Each year during the festival tens of thousands come to eat and shop at the numerous venues and food booths.

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Ashland City Hall 101 W Broadway 573-657-2091 Kyle Michel City Administrator

Dorise Slinker Mayor New Ashland Mayor Dorise Slinker is excited for Ashland’s future for planned, quality growth. After a year of construction - a round-about and re-fitting the new city hall at Broadway and Main and the hunt for a new city administrator - Slinker says he is optimistic about overseeing quality growth in Ashland. “The new Amazon facility will be up and running soon and I think it will be the first of many,” Slinker said. The Amazon distribution center project puts as many as 300 trucks coming and going from the Cartwright Technology Park near the airport. “We are also working with Next Site, a commercial development advisory firm to help us locate more growth for that area, as well as the commercial site at Route Y and Highway 63. “I understand both sides of the ‘growth’ discussion,” Slinker said, “but as we’ve seen in recent years, growth is coming to Ashland - the key is to plan for growth. I understand we need wider roads, sidewalks and our schools are growing. But when we add jobs and tax dollars to the community, it can be a positive thing.” Ashland, located between Columbia and Jefferson City, reported 3,956 residents in the 2020 census a number that would now exceed 4,000 - and has tripled in growth in the past two decades. The city

includes 4.8 square miles, however that number is growing as well as the city is extending its boundaries as new housing projects take root. The City itself moved to a new home last year, purchasing the old YMCA facility at the corner of Broadway and Main Street. “It has worked out great,” Slinker said. “It is a great location with plenty of parking and can house our police department along with our city hall.” More recently, new City Administrator Kyle Michel came on board this spring. From the Des Moines area, Michel will bring a fresh perspective to the challenges of a growing Ashland. “He’s very smart and done a great job so far,” Slinker added. “I put a lot of faith in Kyle - in fact, I have a lot of confidence in all of the people in leadership positions in the City, - the police chief, maintenance department, water department and so on - and they will make my job a lot easier.” Slinker said that Ashland will continue to grow and he will embrace that growth. “We’re going to grow at least 5-percent population in the next several years and the east side commercial area will blossom,” he said, “and we need everyone to accept that growth - we need to plan for that growth.” (Author Bruce Wallace)

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Southern Boone County Growth OUR HISTORY REDI was founded in 1988 when community leaders recognized the need to collaborate to attract, expand, grow, and support local business, and preserve the area’s exceptional quality of life. Our goal as a nonprofit, public/private partnership is to enhance the vitality of local businesses and increase the number of quality, sustainable jobs in Columbia, Rocheport, Centralia, Hallsville, Ashland, and surrounding areas near Boone County, MO. We continue to coordinate the area’s economic development activities to enhance the community’s economic base while preserving its exceptional quality of life. REDI is an Accredited Economic Development Organization (AEDO) as designated by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC). OUR MISSION To assist in the creation of quality job opportunities


that support upward economic mobility for the residents of Columbia and Boone County. OUR VISION To work together with community partners in creating a better economic future for Columbia and Boone County. OUR PURPOSE To achieve organizational excellence that reflects strategic leadership, collaborative partnerships and financial sustainability. REDI is funded by the City of Columbia, Boone County, the University of Missouri, and more than 100 local businesses and municipalities to coordinate the area’s economic development and business entrepreneurship activities. REDI is governed by a 18-person Board of Directors selected by and representing its public and private investors.

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Mid-Mo Arts Alliance By: Tracy Titmus Did you know ? Arts and culture help cities attract tourists, diverse talent, bring about innovation and grow economy? Individuals benefit from art both physiologically and psychologically? Creativity makes people more tolerant of other points of view? Art-related industries contribute significantly to the overall economy? Art can be a powerful tool in developing a community’s youth. The latest data I could find on the Missouri Arts Council’s website states that in 2015, in the State of Missouri, 31,925 fulltime equivalent jobs were created and $805.6 million in salary was paid to residents. More than 21.4 million people attended arts & culture events produced by 49 Missouri organizations. Ashland gets to boast their very own arts organization in Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance. We are hosting an open house on July 8th so that you can find out more about our organization. Stop by and see what we are all


about and what you can do to help support our efforts. Besides the open house we have a couple of classes coming up in July both for youth and adults. See our ad or website for more information.

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Southern Boone Chamber of Commerce

By: Bruce Wallace The Southern Boone Chamber of Commerce has grown in membership in the past two years since the pandemic shut down businesses. Now rolling with more than 100 businesses the past two years, the chamber’s growth is a reflection of a growing, vibrant business community. “It has been amazing to see the numbers of people who show up to the table each month at our meetings,” said incoming chamber president Dr. Tim Roth. “We regularly have 30-or more people and our special events have two or three times that many people attending.” Roth, the Assistant Superintendent of Southern Boone Schools, said that while business everywhere slowed considerably during the pandemic, the Southern Boone Chamber worked to help local businesses be creative in order to draw in customers and maintain their businesses. “We all really got behind the “Second Saturday,” Roth said, “it is a good promotion to celebrate local businesses and it gained community support.” Roth said his goal as the chamber’s leader this year is to continue to grow the membership, encourage even

more support to local business and grow the chamber’s recently initiated scholarship fund. “Everyone benefits from the partnerships as a member of the chamber of commerce,” Roth said. “As a school district, the business community is a key place where we can build relationships and that’s why I’ve been involved in recent years. It’s a place where we can communicate to community leaders.” Roth said the benefits of chamber membership - open to Boone County businesses as well as individuals - have been magnified due to the pandemic. “We all saw the benefit of networking and local businesses supporting each other throughout the pandemic,” Roth said. That networking - at monthly meetings, special events or ribbon

cuttings - does not change now that Southern Boone businesses are fully open. Chamber membership rates are based on the size of the business and more information can be obtained from Roth at the school district building, 657-2147, or Treasurer Tracy Banning at Angell and Co. 6572112 or Chamber Ambassador Jesse Wheadon at South County Realty at 657-4373. The Southern Boone Chamber meets the second Thursday of each month at 8 a.m. at the Southern Boone Schools district office, the meetings are open to all who are interested.

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Southern Boone Learning Garden

Work Team Hope Sickmeier: Garden Educator My name is Hope Sickmeier and I am the Learning Garden educator at Southern Boone County Primary/Elementary. This is my 20th year in this district and my fifth year as the garden educator. I absolutely love being in the garden and my goal is to foster that feeling in my students! I have a Bachelor of Science in education from Southwest Baptist University and a Master of Science degree in elementary administration from William Woods University. Ashland has become my home and I’m so happy to be a part of this wonderful community! I have two amazing sons and four fantastic grandkids! I love to do walk-races in my free time and to date, I’ve completed 25 races. I love being an Eagle and look forward to the best school year yet! AmeriCorps Members Lyra Noce Born and raised in Southern Boone County, Lyra Noce returns to her roots as an Americorps Healthy Food Program Garden Educator. She is a graduate of Southern Boone Schools and the University of Missouri - Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography. Her life long love for gardening, small scale food production and preservation, and a desire to teach our youth a strong

foundation in practical life skills made this position in the Learning Garden a perfect fit. She also hopes to engage and teach young chefs and food enthusiasts through the Learning Garden’s Middle School Cooking Club, imparting skills learned through over a decade of food service and restaurant management. Lyra has two sons who attend Southern Boone Elementary. She resides with her husband, mother, and children on the land where she grew up. Hobbies include gardening, reading, and raising goats and chickens.

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Restaurants Andy’s Nutrition 408 Redbud Lane Ashland .573-590-9234 Casey’s 500 E. Broadway • Ashland • 657-4501 Claysville Store 5650 Claysville Road • Hartsburg • 636-8443 Copper Kettle 508 E. Liberty Lane • Ashland • 657-2722 Eagle Nutrition 103 S Main . Ashland. (573) 814-9242 Jose Jalepenos 503 S. Henry Clay • Ashland • 657-0092 McDonalds 602 E. Broadway • Ashland • 657-4050 Moser’s Deli 109 Eastside Drive • Ashland • 657-5012 New China 104 E. Broadway • Ashland • 657-5511

Pizza Haus 125 E. Broadway • Ashland • 657-4287 Subway 511 W. Broadway • Ashland • 657-0604 The Burg Pub, Grub & Deli 35 E Main St, Hartsburg, MO 65039 • 657-8500 The Dandy Lion Cafe 102 S Main St, Ashland, MO 65010 • 557-9222 The Hitchin’ Post 10 Second Street • Hartsburg • 657-2847 Trail Boss BBQ 207 W. Broadway • Ashland • 999-0178 Woody’s Pub & Grub 605 Douglas Ct. • Ashland • 657-4004 Word of Mouth Catering 209A W. Broadway • Ashland • 657-5211

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District 50 Sara R. Walsh Representative District 50 Republican Majority Caucus Chair Elected: 2017 Years Served: 6 Hometown: Ashland Rep. Sara Walsh, a Republican, represents parts of Boone, Cole, Cooper and Moniteau counties (District 50) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected in a special election in August, 2017. Previously, Rep. Walsh worked as Member Services Coordinator for the Missouri Pharmacy Association, Staff Auditor for the Missouri State Auditor’s Office, Programs and Outreach Manager for the National Newspaper Association, Legislator Assistant for the Missouri House of Representatives, Administrative Assistant/Veterans Certifying Official for Columbia College, Quality Control Inspector for Maytag, and as a Deli Worker for Moser’s Foods in Holts Summit. Rep. Walsh earned an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Columbia College, and a Master’s degree in Public Affairs with a specialization in Nonprofit Management/Public Management from the Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Rep. Walsh was born in Torrance, California, moved to Missouri in 1986, and resides in Ashland.

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Eagle Pride By: Bruce Wallace Southern Boone Eagles Pride is more than just wearing school colors to an athletic contest and cheering for the local team. Eagle Pride includes getting students excited about achieving their highest potential scores in the classroom, fund raising for local as well as national charities and volunteering to make a difference in the community. It all starts when the youngest Eagles attend the Primary School. “It starts with just getting together in those monthly assemblies as a school and teaching kids to have pride in their school and how to take care of it,” said SoBoCo School Board member and retired teacher/coach Crystal Branch. “We have fund raisers at each school, for instance, to raise money for the playground - kids doing things for their own school building.” Branch said that effort fosters pride - in students as well as parents. “Eagle Pride is having pride in the school district, but also pride in our community. It’s the community coming together to support the district and to support the kids.” Branch said it is not unusual to see parents of students who have graduated from the district return to athletic events or school district events to support the Eagles. The community responds to the students’ efforts by funding district-wide efforts for facilities through bond issues, fund raisers and scholarship efforts. From sponsoring youth activities ranging from basketball to art classes and more than $500,000 in scholarships annually, the Southern Boone business community also plays and enthusiastic role in the drive for Eagle Pride.

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Journal Boone County Boone County Journal

Weekly Newspaper Published weekly at 201 S. Henry Clay, Ashland, Mo. 65010 (573)657-2334 Second class postage paid at Ashland, Mo. (USPS 550540) Postmaster: Send address changes to: PO Box 197, Ashland, MO. 65010 Publisher-Gene Rhorer, Production Manager-Gene Rhorer, Sports-Frank Finley, News-Ernie Wren

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Comments from our readers in the form of letters to the editor are encouraged. A newspaper's editorial page should be a forum where different ideas and opinions are exchanged. All letters must be signed and should include the phone number of the writer. The phone number is for verification only and will not be published. Letters will be published in the order they are received. The absolute deadline is 5 p.m. on Monday. Letters must be in good taste and the Journal reserves the right to edit for correctness and style. Political endorsement letters will be considered paid advertising and charged as such. Send your letters to: Boone County Journal, PO Box 197, Ashland, Mo. 6510, fax 657-2002 or Email:

Our Mission

The Journal strives to report the news of our community honestly, fairly and with integrity; take a leadership role and act as a positive influence in our community; build commerce and promote business through advertising; give our readers useful, interesting and entertaining information in every edition; report local news, without exclusion; strive for excellence in every facet of our operation; provide for the welfare of our employees; and above all, treat our readers, our advertisers and our community as we would want to be treated ourselves.

Subscription Rates

$30 per year in Boone County; $35 & $38 per year elsewhere. Suggested retail newsstand price is 75-cents per copy, not including tax. All applicable taxes added at place of purchase.

Advertising Deadlines

Retail and classified advertising deadlines are at 12:00 on Tuesday prior to publication.

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All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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Ashland FFA

The Ashland FFA is an organization for all students enrolled in Agriculture Education classes at Southern Boone County High School. Members of the Ashland FFA Chapter have the ability to develop premier leadership, personal growth and career success through participation in activities, conferences, and workshops that the FFA offers. They also have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people around them and in their community through FFA sponsored service projects. There are many benefits for students who join the FFA. Ashland FFA has two agriculture advisor, Rebekah Hammett and Justin Belew that offer 10 agriculture classes and help to provide guidance to develop an outstanding program of activities. This year Ashland FFA was recognized as the third best chapter in the state in the National Chapter Award and was the winner of the Strengthening Agriculture division. We were also pleased to have three of our chapter members recognized in the proficiency areas at the state level. Amanda Belew was 1st in Wildlife Production and Management, Ethan Hilgedick was 1st in Fruit Production and Cole Hammett was 1st in Specialty Crop. This is a very large accomplishment. We continually strive to provide members with many opportunities to help them to become great leaders and agriculture advocates.


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Southern Boone County Fire Protection District

The Southern Boone Fire Protection District recently cut the ribbon and opened its fifth fire station in the district. The addition of Station 21 on Highway MM just west of Andrew Sapp Rd means that nearly everyone in the district will live within five miles of a fire station. Housing starts west of Ashland precipitated the need for the fire station, which will include a tanker truck a grass rig for natural cover fires and a boat for rescues on the Missouri River. The new station will also serve as a training area for firefighters for natural cover fires. The new station was approved by voters in the April 2020 election bond issue, which will also purchase three new tanker trucks and a new fire engine for the district. More than 30 volunteers are active firefighters in the Southern Boone Fire District, led by Fire Chief Jim Bullard and Assistant Chief Tom Redford. Covering 125 square miles in Southern Boone County, the district is served by four existing stations, including: Hartsburg,

Mount Pleasant Road, Henry Clay Blvd and a station nearby the Columbia Regional Airport. Living quarters are provided for volunteers at some of the stations. Residents live in those quarters for free as long as they respond to fire calls. The district also pays a small stipend, similar to mileage, for those responding to calls and provides shift pay for two volunteers for a 12-hour shift. Those volunteers are required to stay within the district and respond to each call as available during their shift. The district reports that this practice has improved response times, especially for medical calls - the most common call for service. The fire district is managed by a volunteer elected board of five members: Terry Hilgedick, president; Brandon Glascock, treasurer; Lorie Klippel, secretary; Alicia Ozenberger and Nick Glascock. They meet the second Tuesday each month at 7 p.m. at the training center, east of 63 on Rt Y. The public is invited to attend the open meeting.

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Ashland Police

Message From The Chief On behalf of the men and women of the Ashland Police Department, we welcome you to our City and thank you for taking the time to learn about our organization. I invite you to browse our website at, My hope is that these pages provide useful and interesting information about the police department and the services we currently provide.

The Ashland Police Department is committed to providing professional public safety services to our residents, business partners and visitors. Ashland Police Officers work as a team with the public to meet this goal of a safe, orderly and peaceful community, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our officers perform their jobs with courage, ethical behavior, commitment and professionalism. I believe in using the highest standard of personal and organizational excellence, and development of the organization through honesty, morality and maintaining high integrity. The dedicated professionals of the Ashland Police Department serve a population of approximately


5,000 citizens. Our staff includes eleven sworn police officers (8 full-time & 3 part-time), and one civilian staff. Every member of the Ashland Police Department truly cares about the safety of our community and providing excellent customer service. Our staff responds to the public safety needs of the community with the most effective measures available within our existing resources with the primary focus of ensuring the safety and well-being of our citizens and visitors. We value your input and appreciate your ideas and opinions. Please contact me if you find that the Police Department is not living up to our goals and values or if you happen to notice an employee performing his/ her job in an especially commendable manner. We will take your input very seriously. As your chief of police, I will always listen to your needs and strive to be open and honest with community members as well as the men and women with whom I serve. Thank you for your continuing support in our efforts to achieve our mission. Gabe Edwards, Chief of Police Emergency Call 911 Non Emergency 311

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Health Care Health Care in Mid-Missouri is among the best - and headquartered in Columbia. Several satellite physicians offices also serve smaller communities: • Southern Boone County Family Care: 605-C Douglas Drive • 573-657-9354 A part of the BJC Medical Group of Missouri, this medical clinic located in Ashland can provide your family with the latest health care services. Dr. Nathaniel Hawthorne is the facility’s primary care physician and Sedra Ketcham is the nurse practitioner. • Namaste Health Care: 504 E. Broadway • 573-657-7330 Namaste Health Care clinic provides patients of all ages with a caring, individualized approach. Dr. Bridget Early is a physician specializing in family medicine who strives to provide comprehensive care and to assist patients in self care and in life issues. Her sister, Kate Branham, is the clinic’s family nurse practitioner and provides care ranging from well exams for all ages, acute and chronic illness management, groups in cognitive therapy, stress reduction and a breastfeeding support group. • Boone Hospital Center: 1600 E. Broadway • 573-815-8000 The number one hospital in mid-Missouri, Boone Hospital Center is known for being home to the area’s most awarded and experienced physicians and the only nursing staff in mid-Missouri to achieve Magnet status for nursing excellence for over a decade. The hospital provides almost any service and hosts many educational events throughout the year. • Boone County Health Department: 1005 W. Worley • 573874-7335 The Boone County Health Department’s mission is to promote and protect the health, safety, and well-being of the community through leadership, partnership, and service. It is a low-cost clinic that provides a wide range of services to it’s visitors, including educational classes to promote healthy behavior. • Columbia Regional Hospital: 404 Keene Street • 573-8759000 Known for its Spine Center clinic and Family Birth Center, this hospital is owned by the University of Missouri. It is a full-service family health center with 210 beds and it offers a wide range of services.


• MU Physical Therapy: 101 West Broadway • 573-884-9911 This service center partners with the Boone County Area YMCA to bring top level physical therapy to the Southern Boone County Area. A full fitness center is shared with the YMCA and can be used by patients. This site is run by one fulltime therapist and a part-time physical therapy supervisor. • MU Physical Therapy: 101 West Broadway • 573-884-9911 This service center partners with the Boone County Area YMCA to bring top level physical therapy to the Southern Boone County Area. A full fitness center is shared with the YMCA and can be used by patients. This site is run by one fulltime therapist and a part-time physical therapy supervisor. • Truman Medical Veterans Hospital: 800 Hospital Drive• 573-814-6000 The Veterans Hospital’s mission is to honor its Veterans by optimizing their health and well-being through exceptional care, education, and research. The hospital has over 1,000 employees and offers comprehensive care including primary care, medical and surgical specialties, behavioral health, physical and occupational therapy and pharmacy services, along with many other types of care. Truman VA is affiliated with the University of Missouri and offers training opportunities for approximately 900 students each year. • University Hospital and Clinics: 1 Hospital Drive • 573882-4141 The University of Missouri Health Care is a network of hospitals including the University Hospital and Clinics, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, the Missouri Orthopedic Institute and the Missouri Psychiatric Center, as well as 51 clinics. The Center offers a full spectrum of care, ranging from primary care to highly specialized, multidisciplinary treatment for patients with the most severe illnesses and injuries. MU Health Care employs over 6,000 physicians and consistently receives recognition as a leader in providing high-quality health care services. • Ashland Villa Senior Living/Assisted Living: 301 S. Henry Clay Blvd. • 573-222-5650 Southern Boone seniors head to the Ashland Villa Senior & Assisted Living center for options in residential living.

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Southern Boone senior citizens are constantly on the move! The Southern Boone Senior Center offers multiple opportunities to socialize, play cards, pool and other activities. Seniors also volunteer, take bus trips together and enjoy watching their grandchildren at the many ballgames around Southern Boone. While many Southern Boone Seniors are from the area, others have moved to Ashland or Hartsburg in order to be closer to family or closer to the outstanding medical community in Columbia. Many have recently started moving into the newly completed Baptist Home of Ashland Many seniors have enjoyed participating in YMCA classes and/or joining the local Folks on Spokes bike riding group. Seniors celebrate Loafer’s Days each spring as a fund raiser and the week is full of special meals and activities at the Senior Center. Membership to the Senior Center is $10 and open to Southern Boone residents 50 years and older. The Senior

Center is located at 406 Douglas Drive in Ashland. For more information, call 657-0444.

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Emergency services

Area served by ambulance, 911 services The Southern Boone area is served by a University of Missouri Hospital ambulance service and its EMTs. In 2006, the community banded together to raise the funds to build an ambulance base, located on Henry Clay just south of the fire station. The ambulance base is staffed 24/7. Paramedics are employees of University Hospital, however, they will transport patients to the hospital of their choice in Columbia or Jefferson City. “Having an ambulance in Ashland decreases the amount of time for medical personnel to reach a patient in the south county community,” said Southern Boone Fire Protection District Board member Jim Cunningham. University Hospital medical personnel say that the ambulance service in not just about saving lives, it is about improving outcomes. “We all have better outcomes from a heart attack patient by reaching that victim faster,” said manager of emergency services Brenda Jensen. Southern Boone firefighters also provide emergency assistance and are often the first on the scene, whether it is a medical emergency, car crash or other emergency. Firefighters are trained to stabilize victims and take harge of the scene as emergency personnel arrive. Recently, Boone County residents voted to pay for improved and enhanced 911 services. Boone County has started serving its residents with additional personnel

and equipment. The County serves its residents from a new emergency services facility at the Boone County Sheriff’s Department campus. For an emergency, call 911. For non-emerg situations, call 311. Ashland City Hall 657-2091 Ashland Police, Non-emergency 657-9062 Boone County Sheriff’s Department, Non-emergency 875-1111 Police Joint Communication 442-6131

Southern Boone County Fire Protection District, Non-emergency 657-2370

Veolia Services 1-800-778-7652

Boone County Journal 657-2334

Boone Electric 449-4181or 1-800225-8143

Allied Waste 635-1424 T-Mac Solid Waste 814-2844

Century Link 1-800-201-4099

U.S. Post Office, Ashland 657-2103

U.S. Post Office, Hartsburg 657-2300

Ameren 1-800-552-7583

Consolidated Public Water District Boone County 449-0324 or 4437112

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More Than You Imagine The Southern Boone Area YMCA is the place where families have fun and spend quality time together, kids play and build character, adults develop a healthier lifestyle, and neighbors connect with their community. • Free Group Exercise Classes • Youth and Adult Sports • Personal Training • Fitness Challenges • Summer Camp • Y-Club Before & After School Program • Child Watch YMCA Paver Campaign Personalized donor pavers will be used to fill the flagpole area in front of the new YMCA facility. Your donation allows you to contribute to the Southern Boone Area YMCA legacy that will be recognized for years to come. YMCA Outreach Fund Financial support for the Southern Boone Area Y’s Outreach Fund is provided by the Y’s fundraising programs, individual donations, and United Way funds. Anyone who cannot afford membership or program fees can complete an Outreach application. Applications are available at the Welcome Desk.


Capital Campaign Phase 1 is complete with over $2.1M raised through local grants, businesses, and individuals. However, we are still working diligently to raise the remaining $2M in order to start the next phase which includes indoor walking track and basketball courts. Please call Branch Director Kip Batye at 573.657.9622 or email if interested in making a donation. Fitness Classes 3-2-1 Body Blast Rhythm & Ride *Boot Camp Silver Sneakers Cardio Circuit Silver Sneakers Yoga Fit on Demand Strength Training HIIT Total Core *MS Performance Training Yoga Pure Strength *Fee based classes that require registration. Hours of Operation Facility Hours Monday - Thursday: 5:00 a.m. - 10:00p.m. Friday: 5:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday: 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Child Watch Hours Monday - Saturday: 8:00 a.m – 10:00 a.m. Monday - Thursday: 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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Library The Southern Boone Public Library is a part of the Daniel Boone Regional Library system which serves Boone and Callaway Counties. Located at 109 N. Main Street, the Southern Boone Library provides a vast array of books, materials, programs and learning for all ages. Library cards for checking out items are free to anyone with proof of address in the DBRL district. In addition to the most recent bestselling books, you can borrow music, movies, magazines and TV shows at the library. The website - - provides access to individual’s accounts as well as downloadable materials and streaming services. Materials from within the DBRL system, but not at the Southern Boone Library can be checked out either online

or at the library and picked up at the Ashland location. An Interlibrary Loan system is also available to borrow materials from another library in the State of Missouri. The library will also deliver materials to those who are home bound or in a retirement facility. This can be arranged by calling Out Reach Services at 817-7097. The Southern Boone Library Community Room is often a place for library programs, community meetings or used as a business resource. Inquire for availability at the library. The library’s phone number is 657-7378; hours of operation are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and closed on Sunday and federal holidays.

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Child Care

Adventures in Learning 6157 E. Raymond Forsee Rd. • Ashland 573-657-9282 Ashland Academy Early Learning Center 605 N. Henry Clay Blvd. • Ashland 573-657-2036


Child’s World Play School 407 North St. • Ashland 573-657-1234 Eagle Achievers Academic Center 600 S. Henry Clay Blvd. • Ashland 573-657-2100

Licensed In Home Childcare Sommer Lindsey Estes-Wiley 503 Justin • Ashland • 573657-2319 Y-Club (YMCA) 300 E. Broadway • Ashland 573-657-9622

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2022 State Champs

By: Ernie Wren “We are the champions, my friends. And we'll keep on fighting 'til the end.” These famous lyrics from Queen’s “We Are the Champions” could not be more appropriate than for the 2022 Class 4 Missouri baseball champions, the Southern Boone High School Eagles! After opening post-season play with a 6-0 win over Hallsville, MO, the road became a lot tougher for the Eagles. A 3-1 win over private school John Burroughs was just the beginning of what would lead to an amazing, and heart thumping, final four appearance for the first time in Southern Boone’s history. Southern Boone’s 6-5 victory over the Marshall baseball team in 11 evenings (note that high school baseball games are typically seven innings) was a nail biter from beginning to end. Taking a 2-run lead over the Eagles in the second inning, the Marshall Owls continued to expand that lead until the seventh inning in which the Eagles tied the game 5-5 just in time to take it into extra innings. Twice the Eagles had bases loaded and ended the innings without scores until the bottom of the 11th inning, with rain falling, did they put it away with a walk off run. The win over Marshall placed the Eagles in the championship game against the Logan-Rogersville team which had defeated its previous three opponents with a combined score of 38-3. Logan-Rogersville had also won their semi-championship 11-1 in 7 innings, giving them the advantage of resting their players. But one advantage that cannot be calculated is heart, determi-


nation and will to win. The state championship game ended the first inning with a 2-run lead for Logan-Rogersville. The Eagles would tie the game in the third inning 2-2 which would remain until the sixth inning in which the Eagles would explode for four runs making the game 6-2 in favor of the Eagles. No extra innings were needed for this game, as the Eagles held tight and finished the game with an 8-3 state championship win over the Logan-Rogersville Wildcats. Southern Boone Eagles baseball coach Brian Ash had plenty to say about the first ever Southern Boone Missouri baseball championship: “This Championship run this year has been nothing but remarkable. The team has such great leadership on our upperclassman, our underclassman, followed suit on everything. Preparation, attendance in all activities in the summer and winter workouts, weight room, and other team functions..” Coach Ash went on to detail what it takes to win a state championship. Championships do not happen by luck, or overnight preparation. A planned schedule that would prepare the players for post-season play started off with playing Blair Oaks, Fatima, and Fulton within the first 2 weeks of the season, and winning three important games which impacted district seeding, putting the Eagles in position as the #1 seed in districts. This followed with traveling to Oklahoma and Kansas, staying in hotels and dealing with the travel experiences that would prepare the team for time management and itineraries each player had to fol-

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low. This helped pave a path of what it was going to be like in the state playoffs. Coach Ash also praised the team in that, “This team has no egos so to speak. Each player did their job, played the role, and executed it to perfection. Pitching and defense was our mainstay and strength. Timely hitting and good baserunning helped create a very potent offense. Our seniors Carter Karotka, Aiden Andert, Tate John, Braeden Hawkins, Hayden Steelman, and Bradly Smith provided leadership, toughness, and never quit mentality. This run to the state championship created excitement within our program, school, community, and all the younger athletes that High School sports is important and can bring people together. It has also, allowed our younger players on the team to experience something they will hopefully put the work in to make this experience happen again in the future.” In the process of winning a state championship, the Eagles also set the state record for Triples in an inning (5), Set the state record for consecutive triples in an inning with four vs. Arkansas City, KS, and set a school record in wins in a season 34. The team’s ERA of 1.51 is phenomenally low. This was the first district title in 20 years, in which the team also set a record for hits in a season (300) and ended the conference play at 7-0. This is Southern Boone’s fourth state championship following girls softball, girls track, and boys soccer.

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Boone County The Boone County Commission is an elected three-member governing body with a Presiding Commissioner, a District I (Southern) Commissioner, and a District II (Northern) Commissioner. The Commission establishes County policy; approves and adopts the annual budget for all County operations; approves actual expenditures for each department; supervises the operations of Public Works, Planning and Zoning, Building Codes, Human Resources, Purchasing, Information Technology, and Facilities and Grounds Maintenance; ensures County-wide compliance with numerous statutory requirements; and, acts as liaison with County boards, commissions, and other governmental entities.

Commissioner Daniel K. Atwill Presiding Commissioner

Commissioner Justin Aldred District I Commissioner

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Commissioner Janet M. Thompson District II Commissioner

State of Missouri - Executive Branch

State Senate - 19th District


State Representative - 44th District

Lt Governor

Caleb Rowden - (R) Phone:(573) 751-3931

Cheri Toalson Reisch - (R) Missouri House of Representatives Phone:(573) 751-1169

State Representative - 45th District David Tyson Smith - (D) Missouri House of Representatives Phone:(573) 751-4189

State Representative - 46th District Martha Stevens - (D) Missouri House of Representatives Phone:(573) 751-9753

State Representative - 47th District Chuck Basye - (R) Missouri House of Representatives Phone:(573) 751-1501

The Boone County website,, is a comprehensive site which can keep anyone updated on county activities. Boone County government is headquartered at the Roger B. Wilson Government Center at 801 Walnut in Columbia. The phone number is (573) 886-4305.

Mike Parson - (R) Phone:(573) 751-3222

U.S. Senators

Josh Hawley - (R - MO) Phone:(202) 224-6154 Phone:(573) 554-1919

Mike Kehoe - (R) Phone:(573) 751-4727

Roy Blunt - (R - MO) Phone:(202) 224-5721 Phone:(573) 442-8151

Secretary of State

U.S. House of Representatives - 4th District

State Auditor

Vicky Hartzler - (R) Phone:(202) 225-2876 Phone:(573) 442-9311

John R. Ashcroft - (R) Phone:(573) 751-4936 Nicole Galloway, CPA - (D) Phone:(573) 751-4213

State Treasurer

Scott Fitzpatrick - (R) Phone:(573) 751-8533

Attorney General

Eric Schmitt - (R) Phone:(573) 751-3321

State Representative - 50th District Sara Walsh - (R) Missouri House of Representatives Phone:(573) 751-2134 32


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Boone County Officials County Assessor: Kenny Mohr - (D) Phone:(573) 886-4270 The county assessor is an elected position and is responsible for annually assessing property and keeping lists of taxable property in the county. A county-wide elected office with a four year term, the Assessor’s position is held by Kenny Mohr. Mr. Mohr has been the County Assessor since 2021. County Auditor: June Pitchford Phone:(573) 886-4275 The county auditor is an elected position, and Pitchford has held the position since 1991. The auditor is responsible for the county’s budgeting system and audits, maintaining property records and preparing financial statements. County Collector: Brian McCollum Phone:(573) 886-4285 The county collector is responsible for collecting property taxes and license fees for the county, as well as the distribution of collections to school, library and fire districts. McCollum has served as county collector since 2014. County Commission: Dan Atwill, Presiding Commissioner Phone:(573) 886-4305 The commission is an elected, three-member governing body in Boone County. The commission establishes policy, reviews the annual budget, supervises county operations and ensures county compliance with state regulations. Justin Aldred is the southern district commissioner; Janet Thompson is the northern district commissioner and Dan Atwill is the presiding commissioner. County Clerk: Brianna Lenon Phone:(573) 886-4375 The county clerk is an elected position responsible for voting in all elections and voter registration, as well as keeping records of all commission proceedings. County Treasurer: Dustin Stanton Phone:(573) 886-4365 The county treasurer is an elected position responsible for receiving, disbursing and investing all county money. The treasurer also issues all bonds for the county. Sheriff: Dwayne Carey (573) 875-1111 The county sheriff is responsible for preserving the safety of county residents through law enforcement. The sheriff’s department works closely with city police departments and is also responsible for serving warrants and civil process papers.

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Churches Ashland Assembly of God 603 N. Henry Clay Blvd., Ashland • 6570109 • Sunday Worship 10am • Pastor Rob Jackson Ashland Baptist Church 203 E. Broadway, Ashland • 657-4653 • • Sunday Worship 10am • Pastor Matt Goodsell Ashland Christian Church Corner of Highways M and DD, Ashland • 657-1740 • Sunday Worship 10am • Minister Drew Snyder Faith Family Church of Boone County 508-B E. Liberty Ln., Ashland • 657-1803 Sunday Worship 10am • Pastor Martin Parks

Goshen Primitive Baptist Church New Hope Baptist Church 500 Cedar Tree Lane, Hartsburg • 657-1108 6210 E. Claysville Rd., Hartsburg • 634Sunday Worship 10:30am • Elder Aaron 8018 • Sunday Worship 10:30am Beaty New Liberty Primitive Baptist Church Hartsburg Baptist Church 4200 E. Liberty Lane, Hartsburg • 657175 W. Main St., Hartsburg • 657-2311 1316 • Sunday Worship 10am • Elder John Sunday Worship 10:30am • Pastor Rev. T. Anderson Don Snyder New Salem Baptist Church Heartland Baptist Church 12721 S. Hwy. 63, Ashland • 657-2385 • 117 East Broadway, Ashland • 606-224- Sunday Worship 10:30am • Rev. Byron 2558 • Klemme Mount Pleasant Baptist Church 21479 S. Mt. Pleasant Rd, Hartsburg • 6362848 • Sunday Worship 10:30am • Pastor Johnie Hendrix

Peace United Church of Christ 121 N. First St., Hartsburg • 657-9414 • Sunday Worship 10am • Rev. Collette Jones

Walk In Faith Church 300 East Broadway, Ashland • 657-7377 • Family of Christ Lutheran Church Nashville Baptist Church • Sunday 408 S. Main, Ashland • 657-1463 • elmer@ 355 W. Nashville Church, Ashland • 657- Worship 10am • Pastor Cathy Atkins • Sunday Worship 9am • 2832 • Sunday Worship 11am • Pastor Jim Pastor Elmer Schiefer 573-529-0584 Bender Woodcrest Primitive Baptist Church 406 S. Henry Clay Blvd, Ashland • 6572342 • Sunday Worship 10:40am • Ruby Carinder

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Parks Ashland City Park

315 North College Street Hours: 5:00 am to 10:00 pm Amenities: walking trail, pavilions, baseball field, tennis courts, playgrounds, pond, dog park, disc golf, restroom, picnic areas

Ashland Ridge Park

405 Mustang Drive Hours: 5:00 am to 10:00 pm Amenities: picnic area

Ashland, Lakeview Park

Location: Kimberly Drive Hours: 5:00 am to 10:00 pm Amenities: Coming soon!

Hartsburg Trailhead Katy Trail

Unnamed Road, Hartsburg, MO 65039 Amenities: Bathrooms, Picnic Table

Hartsburg ball park River Road Hartsburg, MO 65039

Amenities: Restrooms, Picnic Tables,

Rock Bridge Memorial State Park

Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area Star School Rd, Columbia, MO 65203. Open 24 Hrs.

Ashland Lake

US Hwy Bus Rte 63 to E Broadway then to E Rte Y to S Shelton Ln

Pine Ridge Recreation Area

Meadowmere Dr, New Bloomfield, MO 65063. Amenities: Bathrooms, Picnic Tables, Camping, Trails, FirePits

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63 Industrial Park & Storage 109 Industrial Dr. Ashland, Missouri PO Box 551,

Body Flow Chiropractic 101 Redtail Dr., Ste. A Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 583-657-8558

C.L. Richardson Construction 15475 S. Hwy 63 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-9557; F: 573-657-1078

Allstate Consultants 3312 Lemone Industrial Blvd. Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-875-8799

Boone County Government 801 E. Walnut, Room 333 Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-886-4312: F:573-886-4311

Columbia EDP 1816 Vandiver Drive/P.O.Box 1423 Columbia, Missouri 65205 P: 573-474-8431; F:

Ameren Missouri 1310 Industrial Drive Jefferson City, Missouri 65109 P: 573-681-7500; F: 573-681-7510

Boone County Journal 201 S. Henry Clay Blvd./P.O. Box 197 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2334; F: 573-657-1001,

Columbia Regional Airport 11300 S. Airport Drive Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-817-5061; F: 573-874-0105

Boone Electric Cooperative 1413 Rangeline Street/P.O. Box 797 Columbia, Missouri 65205-0797 P: 573-449-4181

Commerce Bank 901 E. Broadway Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-886-5367

Boone Medical Group - Ashland 605-C Douglas Drive Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-9354; F: 573-657-9694

Connections Bank 301 E. Broadway/P.O. Box 228 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-0606; F: 573-657-0202

Andy’s Nutrition Address 408 Redbud Lane, Suite C. Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts Andy Bate Angell & Co. Insurance 106 E. Broadway/P.O. Box 317 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2112; F: 573-657-8888 Anxiety & Depression Clinic of Columbia Address 2600-G Forum Blvd, Columbia, MO Contacts Jared or Christina Torbet Ashland Optimist 511 Optimist Drive/P.O. Box 201 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2684 Ashland Villa by Americare 301 S. Henry Clay Blvd. Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-1920; F: 573-657-1188 Assisted Transportation 520 Commerce Drive, Ashland, Missouri KathyG@AssistedTransportation Blitz, Bardgett, Deutsch LC 414 E. Broadway, Ste 100, Columbia, Missouri Blue Fox Farm Address 120 East Fox Hollow Road. Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts Megan Fox Bluegrass Terrace 102 Redtail Drive Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-0899; F: 573-657-0160


Boone-Central Title Address 601 E Broadway Columbia, MO Contacts Cari Nichols and Bert Hughes Capital Investment Reality Address 423 East High Street. Jefferson City, MO Contacts Chris Bell Central Bank of Boone County 405 E. Broadway Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-817-8600; F: 573-657-2351 Central Missouri Foster Care Adoption Address 809 Swifts Highway, Jefferson City, MO 65109 Contacts Jennifer Wenkel & DeAnna Alonso Century Tattoo Address 100 East Broadway, Ashland, MO Contacts Lars Van Zandt City of Ashland Address 101 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 135, Ashland, MO Contacts Carrie Fischer & Leslie Martin

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Cooper’s Landing Address 11505 Smith Hatchery Road, Columbia, MO Contacts Richard King Crane’s Meat Processing, LLC 11657 E Englewood Rd, Ashland, MO Daniel Boone Regional Library Address 109 N. Main Street. P.O Box 258, Ashland, MO Contacts Eric Schmeck Dave Grigg’s Flooring 801 Business Loop 70E, Columbia, MO; DCC Janitorial, LLC 106 W. Broadway Columbia, Missouri 65205 P: 573-338-4370 Dreamy Nails Address 108 W Broadway. Ashland, MO Contacts Don and Linda Cochran

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Eagle Achievers Academic Center Address 600 S. Henry Clay Blvd Ashland, MO Contacts Julia White

Eagle Knoll Golf Course Address 5757 Eagle Knoll Dr, Hartsburg, MO Contacts Linda Turner Eagle Nutrition Address 103 South Main Street Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts Amanda Knight & Jessica Robinett Ellinger and Associates, LLC Address 308 E. High Street, Ste. 300 Jefferson City, MO Contacts Stephanie Bell ESS – Engineering Surveys & Services Address 1113 Fay Street, Columbia, MO Contacts Cory Bergthold; Josh Lehmen Family Medicine – MU Health Care Address 101 Redtail Drive, Ste C Ashland, MO Contacts Mike Anderson, Dir. Clinical Operations & Athena Beaudoin, Practice Manager First Dental Address 107 Eastside Drive, P.O. Box 287, Ashland, MO Contacts Jess Austin; Bobby Austin, DDS First State Community Bank 300 Diego Ct. Columbia, Missouri 65203 P: 573-818-3750 Fox Aerospace Services, LLC Address 20570 South Route A, Hartsburg, MO 65039 Contacts Lance Fox

Fox Hollow Forest Address 300 East Fox Hollow Road, Kirkwood, MO Contacts Bill and Joan Ruppert Glascock Agency

504 E. Broadway/P.O. Box 226 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-4373; F: 573-657-1046

GlobalGreen Insurance Address 603 S Henry Clay BLVD, PO Box 636 Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts Claire Melvin and April Melvin Great Reflections Salon & Spa 501-A S. Henry Clay Blvd/P.O. Box 536 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-4636; F: 573-657-4642 Helping Hands 800 S. Henry Clay Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-356-1174 Hoyle Chiropractic & Holistic Solutions 101 Red Tail Drive, Ste A Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 574-657-2500; F: 573-6578-2502 In ANY Event 114 S. Henry Clay Blvd. Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-424-4646 Innovative Installations 600 S. Henry Clay Blvd. Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-673-2642 Jeffrey R. Kays - Attorney at Law 129 E. Broadway Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-0098 Johnston Paint and Dedorating 3409 Buttonwood Drive Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-443-8755; F: 573-875-8441 Jose Jalepenos 503 S. Henry Clay Blvd. Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-0092; F: 573-657-2502 Kerry Bramon Remodeling & Design 1204 Rogers St., Ste. G Columbia, Missouri 65201 P: 573-875-0794; F: 573-443-3841 Kilgores Medical Pharmacy 109 B. Eastside Drive Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-3333; F: 573-657-7022 Lanit Services, LLC. 100 E. Broadway, Suite D P.O. Box 261 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 800-450-1189

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Law Offices of Matt Uhrig, LLC P.O. Box 640 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2050 F:573-657-2051 Lloyd’s Family Farm Address 7015 East Route Y Ashland, MO Contacts Erin Diederich, Zach Diederich Lowrey Shelter Insurance Address 209 E. Johnson Street, P.O. Box 315, Ashland, MO Contacts Jaci Lowrey Magic Car & Pet Wash S. Henry Clay Blvd, Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-220-8768 F: 573-310-6159 MFA Inc Address 201 Ray Young Dr, Columbia, MO Contacts Matt Boyce MFA Oil Company One Ray Young Drive Columbia, MO MHD Management Services P.O. Box 7537 Columbia, Missouri 65205 P: 573-303-0019 Mid MO Regional Planning Commission Address 206 E. Broadway, PO Box 140, Ashland, MO Contacts David Bock Executive Director Mid-America Isotopes, Inc. 706 E. Liberty Lane Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-1776; F: 573-657-1778 Mid-Missouri Arts Alliance 115 E. Broadway/P.O. Box 352 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-338-2255 Mid-Mo Regional Planning Commission 206 E. Broadway Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-9779 Midwest Emergency Medical Training P.O.Box 58 Ashland, Missouri 65010 573-823-9615


Chamber Members Missouri Organic Association Address 30 South 2nd Street, Hartsburg, MO 65039 Contacts Dan Kuebler Missouri Rural Water Association 901 Richardson Drive, Ashland, Missouri Mizzou Therapy Services – MU Health Care 101 West Broadway, Suite D, Ashland, Missouri WilliamsonKJ@health.missouri.e

Prost Builders Address 3617 Route CC, Jefferson City, MO 65109 Contacts Virginia Steiger Quality Drywall Construction Address 165 Hoedown Drive, Columbia, MO Contacts Connie or Chelsea Leipard Re/Max - Linda Gilpin Team 33 E. Broadway, Suite 200 Columbia, Missouri 65202 P: 573-230-1622 /

Monarch Title Company 111 E. Broadway, Ste. 100 Columbia, Missouri 65203-4208 P: 573-441-0725; F: 573-441-0705

RE/MAX Boone Realty Realtor Address 35 East Broadway Suite 200, Columbia, MO Contacts Izzy Smith - Realtor

Moser’s Foods 109 Eastside Drive Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-5010

Refuge Christian Church Address 502 Middleton Drive, Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts April Melvin

Odle Sales Inc. Address 3315 Berrywood Drive, Ste. 101, Columbia, MO

River City Construction, LLC 6640 American Setter Drive/P.O. Box 76 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-7380; F: 573-657-7381

Peace United Church of Christ 121 N. First Street/P.O. Box 19 Hartsburg, Missouri 65039 P: 573-657-9414

River Region Credit Union 400 E. Broadway Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-3343; F: 573-657-0181

Peak Sport & Spine 603 S. Henry Clay Blvd, Suite B, Ashland, Missouri

Riverside Farms Inc. Address 1500 E. Hartsburg Bottom Rd., Hartsburg, MO Contacts Ricky Hilgedick, Terry Hilgedick

Pizza Haus Address 125 E Broadway, Ashland, MO Contacts Matt Berhorst

Salter Lawn Service 805 Ashley Drive/P.O. Box 136 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2455; F: 573-657-2475

Plaza Commercial Realty, LLC. 2501 Bernadette Drive Columbia, Missouri 65203 P: 573-445-1020 F: 573-445-2613

SBA Small Business Administration Address 500 E. Walnut, Ste. 103, Columbia, MO Contacts Sean Boshard

Porter, Berendzen & Associates, PC 305 E. Broadway, Suite A/P.O. Box 446 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-2022

Selective Scores ACT Prep 1297 E Calvin Drive Hartsburg, Missouri


Sentinel Industries Inc. Bilt Rite Buildings Address 109 Industrial Drive, P.O. Box 165, Ashland, MO Contacts Donnie Gunter

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Shelley Martin 2509 E. Hwy MM, Ashland, Missouri Son Solar Systems, LLC 6300 Claysville Road Hartsburg, Missouri 65039 P: 573-338-0076 South County Realty 504 E. Broadway/P.O. Box 226 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-657-4373; F: 573-657-1046 Southern Boone Area YMCA Address 101 W. Broadway, Ashland, MO Contacts Kip Batye & Derek Mordica Southern Boone County Fire Protection District Address P.O. Box 199, Ashland, MO Contacts Brandon Glascock Southern Boone County Schools Address 14250 Crump Lane, P.O. Box 168, Ashland, MO Contacts Christopher Felmlee Southern Boone County Senior Center Address 406 Douglas Drive, P.O. Box 25, Ashland, MO Contacts Maureen Dalton Southern Boone Economic Development Co Address P.O. Box 33, Ashland, MO Contacts Carrie Fischer Southern Boone Learning Garden Address PO Box 541 Ashland, MO Contacts Ernie Wren & Donna Zumwalt Donna.Zumwalt@CentralBank Texas Design Concepts Address 3906 Zamezi Drive, Columbia, MO Contacts Kris Bezenek The Baptist Home of Central Missouri 12425 US 63 Ashland, Missouri 65010 P: 573-823-1261 The Builders Association Address 3632 West Truman Blvd., Jefferson City, MO Contacts Liz Heyen

Chamber Members The Burg Pub, Grub & Deli Address 35 E. Main Street, Hartsburg, MO Contacts Jay or Kathy Leffert/ Owners

Top Quality Motors & Tire Pros Address 609 N Henry Clay Blvd., Ashland, MO Contacts Laurie Dipietro

The Callaway Bank Address 101 West Broadway, Ashland, MO Contacts Ann Colgrove

USA Mortgage Address 108 E. Broadway, PO Box 35, Ashland, MO Contacts Carrie Mertensmeyer or Ernie Wren

The Crate Escape, LLC Address 13841 S. Rangeline, Ashland, MO Contacts Nancy Bass

Walshwoods Mulch & Rock Address 109 Industrial Drive, Ashland, MO 65010 Contacts Thomas and Christina Walsh

The Dandy Lion Café Address 102 S. Main Street, Ashland, MO Contacts Caitlin Cunningham

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Westhoff Rentals Address P.O. Box 198, Ashland, MO David Westhoff Witt Print Shop Address 1901 Vandiver Drive, Ste. B, Columbia, MO Contacts Brian Kirmse, Owner Woody’s Pub & Grub Address P.O. Box 474, Ashland, MO Contacts Keith Winscott Wren’s Automotive, Inc. Address 124 E. Broadway, P.O. Box 200, Ashland, MO Contacts Terry & Peggy Wren


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