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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JANUARY 2019 PUBLISHER

Gordon Montgomery | gordon.montgomery@lifestylepubs.com Kelley Lamm | kelley.lamm@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

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Bring on the New Year

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JANUARY MARKS THE BEGINNING OF NOT ONLY A NEW CALENDAR YEAR BUT ALSO THE OPPORTUNITY FOR SETTING PERSONAL GOALS. Perhaps you’ve resolved to exercise more regularly, take up a new hobby or volunteer at the local charity. Whatever your goals may be, we hope the people, places, practices and opportunities in this issue will inspire you to focus on wellness in the new year. And while diet and exercise are vital to your physical health, overall wellness includes your mental health as well. This month, we at Chesterfield Lifestyle encourage you to live your best life by taking care of yourself both inside and out. We asked local experts for their advice on adhering to your resolutions, plus some of their favorite healthy recipes, books, workout routines and so much more. Thanks for reading, Chesterfield. Happy New Year!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JANUARY 2019

FEATURES 20 ‘The Thread’ Bears ThreadHeads St. Louis Social Leader Sews Together Community, One Story Thread at a Time

24 Coast into Wellness The Henderson Salamander Beach & Spa Resort Offers New Year Tranquility

28 Local Lifesavers Meet Some Regional Wellness Experts

34 Health Cocktails Prevent Sickness, Restore Health and

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Fight Aging via Intravenous Drips at New Leading Med Spa

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Around Town

20 Giving Back 24 Travel Destination 28 Local Limelight 34 Healthy Lifestyle 39 Realty Report 40 Food & Wine 44 Inspired By 46 Lifestyle Calendar 50 Parting Thoughts


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Signature Orthopedics Specialists Share Advice to Address Injuries Signature Orthopedics recently partnered with SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital and the Arthritis Foundation to offer a free community event about overcoming fitness-related injuries. Orthopedic physicians Dr. Scott Zehnder and Dr. Vince Lai specifically addressed knee and shoulder issues as the most commonly affected body parts affected by high-impact workouts or interval training programs. 

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Marquette Theater Company Presented "Into the Woods" What happens after Happily Ever After, after all? Chesterfield's Marquette High School Theatre Company students recently explained in this beloved musical retelling of the Grimm classics, through a parade of familiar folktale figures finding their way Into the Woods and trying to get home before dark. They earned rave reviews, and the set was incredible! PHOTOS BY SUE LESCH PHOTOGRAPHY

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CHESTERFIELD UPDATES CITY'S ADA COMPLIANCES An updated plan to meet requirements of the federal Americans With Disabilities Act was approved by Chesterfield city councilmembers. Updates include a detailed self-evaluation and prioritization program for pedestrian facilities and sidewalks. Chesterfield's  original ADA document, which was approved in 2012, reflected generic details to match federal compliance elements.  Curb ramps and alternative building entrances are common challenges for cities to ensure are identified and changed or retrofitted.  proposal at  the event.  Participants then  take turns presenting their artwork and discussing feedback from the group. If attendees are  interested, they  also set individual goals for themselves  at the end of the meeting.  For future critique dates, email smani@chesterfield.mo.us.

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BUTTERFLY HOUSE ACHIEVES ACCREDITATION The Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House within Faust Park in Chesterfield received accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums for the 15th consecutive year. The Butterfly House is in its 20th year of operation and is a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden.  Accreditation involves how the facility treats its inhabitants, cleanliness, finances, entertainment of

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GIVING BACK

‘The Thread’ Bears ThreadHeads ST. LOUIS SOCIAL LEADER SEWS TOGETHER COMMUNITY, ONE STORY THREAD AT A TIME SELF-PROCLAIMED THREADHEADS ESPECIALLY NOTICED A BELOVED MEMBER OF THE ST. LOUIS FOX 2 TELEVISION FAMILY IS BAAAAAAAAAACK!! Tim Ezell returned to news televithat, viewers have followed him on his unique faith-based television show about his grassroots movement to thread together communities and cross-denominational churches, arm-in-arm.  For the past two decades, Tim created  love and  laughter on regional  television.  Viewers  never knew what to expect when  tuning into Fox 2 News in the Morning, due to Tim's antics. Some say he served as the comic relief at Fox 2 for 16 years. He says he enjoyed bringing smiles to the people to start their days. Tim left Fox 2 in 2014 to be a full-time pastor at The Journey church in south St. Louis County then returned to St. Louis TV in 2016 with a show called The Thread, which celebrates amazing people in St. Louis  while shining a bright light on all the great things they are doing and encouraging others to join those efforts.  The Thread  TV ministry, which was  co-created with  Virginia Kerr,  airs  on Fox 2 during Saturdays at 8:30 a.m.  and on KPLR 11 Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Virginia left KMOV (Channel 4) and its Great Day St. Louis show in December 2014. Prior to launching The Thread, she reported news at the religious radio station KLJY-FM 99.1. Tim returned to the Fox 2 morning beat in October to deliver his unique brand of storytelling. He's originally from Fort Worth, Texas, and is a proud graduate of Louisiana State University. He graduated from Covenant Seminary in May 2017 with his master's of divinity degree. Tim and his wife, Kim, have three children: Halle, Lexi and Andrew. "I feel like all of this is absolutely my calling. At first, I thought I would have a traditional ministry, with four walls and a steeple. 20

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But God had a different plan for me, one that allows me a larger platform and ways to cross more paths with more people," Tim says. "That's why it's so great to be back in this sweet spot at Fox." HOW TO THREAD UP The Thread is a nonprofit  organization dedicated to spotlighting St. Louis and people who engage in service, revitalization and charitable opportunities. "We highlight the work being done here and now in our city, celebrate it and invite others to be a part of it," Tim says. "We desire for people to know God has called them to a particular path, to fill a particular role and be a particular voice in the city of St. Louis and beyond." Tim says they also seek to facilitate the joy in giving of ourselves to others, as well as the joy in living in and with "the community." "We believe we are most like God intended us to be when we are playing and serving with one another.  We seek to educate and encourage people to participate in the many service, revitalization and charitable opportunities to be had in our city while sharing laughs and life along the way," he says.   The premise is that many local people  want to address the needs around them, but Tim says they don’t know where to start.   A future goal of Tim's is to launch The Thread Live! as a once-monthly gathering in a different community in the bi-state area where Tim and his crew discuss that area's  particular needs while  introducing  folks who can assist one another.  "It will be  a time of fellowship, welcome and spiritual worship," he says.   He adds that he also has  a heart for young people, citing that  technology  addiction is a growing problem in American culture with people connecting more with their phones than other people, eroding interpersonal skills and hindering the growth and depth of relationships.  So, he also wants to host Unplugged events for youth, where they will turn in their phones for two hours and engage in a fun event, such as  water balloon fights, scavenger hunts or  dodgeball games, and receive a message and hope regarding the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Admission to the events will be a voluntary donation to whatever need is being sought  to meet that month, such as school supplies, food items or clothes for the homeless. "We hope to take the show and the physical ministries to the next level during this new year by growing, increasing our volunteer base and bringing other people alongside me," Tim says. 22

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AN ABUNDANT 10,000 SQUARE FEET OF SPA BLISS AWAITS GUESTS IN DESTIN, FLA., WITHIN AN EXQUISITE COASTAL RESORT. At The Henderson Salamander Beach Spa & Resort, each day is inspired by the art of healing and pampering. Whether guests seek a beautifying spa escape, bonding time with friends, intimacy with a significant other or a complete wellness transformation, experiences are customized. The spa’s providers use some of the world’s most innovative modalities and healing techniques to restore, renew and inspire visitors. The team definitely executes therapeutic, holistic approaches. The Salamander Spa features 11 private treatment rooms and a wet area with an experiential shower, whirlpool tub, a luxurious couples’ suite, sunlit relaxation spaces and a full-service salon. On-site dining options are uniquely inspired by the resort’s proximity to the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and their cuisine celebrates Destin’s local flavors and traditional dishes. With a bounty of freshly caught seafood straight from the dock and local farm-sourced offerings from which to choose, The Henderson’s chefs strive to impress all palates. Creative, diverse dining experiences range from “flip-flop” poolside casual to intimate ocean-view dining. Specifically, the site’s Primrose restaurant is headed by FiveDiamond Chef Brendan Davey, a graduate of the Florida Culinary Institute. He formerly guided Ritz-Carlton Hotel kitchens for 24

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Inside the Primrose also is a sushi bar developed by Chef Hieu Nyugen. On Jan. 1, The Henderson staffers will host their third annual Polar Bear Plunge. Guests can celebrate the new year with a Henderson tradition and plunge into the Gulf, followed by hot drinks. Participants receive a customized long-sleeve shirt with a $25 donation to the Friends of the Emerald Coast State Parks. Throughout the year, guests also are surrounded by splendor from the art displayed throughout The Henderson property, which showcases 13 Destin artists who were chosen to create custom pieces specifically for the resort. The artists include Melody Bogle, Melissa Mercer Brown, Lori Drew, Barbara Flowers, Justin Gaffrey, Donni Galli, Russ Gilbert, Mary Hong, Velia  Lala, John Maher, Arturo Mennillo, Jeff Waldorff and JoAnn Williams Walker. Each art piece was thoughtfully placed throughout the resort to add both beauty and ambiance. The Henderson resort hosts weddings, special occasions, business meetings and anyone wishing to transcend into a peaceful, relaxing stay. It’s even dog-friendly!

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

local lifesavers MEET SOME REGIONAL WELLNESS EXPERTS ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON PHOTOGRAPHY EMILY KAPPESSER

AS EVERYONE LOOKS FORWARD TO CREATING HEALTHY HABITS AT THE START OF A NEW YEAR, MANY PEOPLE SEEK OUT THE BEST HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS AND PROFESSIONALS THEY CAN FIND. For those particularly interested in experts who take extra care in dealing with patients and who spend time perfecting their portions of the health care industry, consider the following handful of specialists showcased here.  AMANDA TRUDELL, DO, MSCI MATERNAL-FETAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN MEMBER OF BJC MEDICAL GROUP ON STAFF AT MISSOURI BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER PRACTICES AT TOWN AND COUNTRY PERINATOLOGY Dr. Trudell fosters team-based health care approaches for women with high-risk pregnancies, in addition to optimizing the well-being  of  babies. Consequently, she gained  robust experience in clinical research regarding stillbirth prediction and prevention, intrauterine growth restriction and non-invasive prenatal testing.  "I'm passionate about contributing to the reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality," says the doctor who actively works with statewide leaders regarding this medical challenge. She is dual board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology and maternal-fetal medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She also Amanda Trudell, DO, MSCI | BJC Medical Group 28

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completed a master's degree in clinical investigation  from Washington University School of Medicine. She was appointed the director


of program development for the maternal-fetal medicine program at Missouri Baptist Medical Center. Additionally, she recently was  awarded a Hollis Fellow award

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Obstetrics and Gynecology District VII for excellence in mentorship and education, which enables her to advocate for women’s health on a regional level. “As I look to the future of this specialty, I'm  actively working with statewide leaders on the development of systems, such as telehealth, to bring services directly to women within their own communities," Dr. Trudell says. "By bringing care directly to women, where they are, we can continue to provide the best outcomes for women and babies.” SCOTT MAHLIN, DDS, FAGD, FICOI CLARKSON DENTAL GROUP IN CHESTERFIELD Compassion in every detail is the foundation and continued focus in patient care at Clarkson Dental Group.  As the office's owner,  Dr. Mahlin, along with  his dental staff,  say they cater to patients who expect the highest quality of care delivered with a more personalized level of attention. They can assist with preventative, implant and cosmetic dental care in a pleasant and relaxed setting. He says he especially enjoys working in the Chesterfield  area, after growing  up down the street where he attended Lafayette High School.   He completed his bachelor's degree  in biology from St. Louis University and then earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2004. He also completed a post-graduate IV Sedation Residency at the University of Alabama and attained Fellowships with the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Misch International Implant Institute Surgical and Prosthetic Implant Program  and the Academy of General Dentistry. "Clarkson Dental Group is a smaller dental practice, all by design, so we can treat every Scott Mahlin, DDS, FAGD, FICOI | Clarkson Dental Group in Chesterfield

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created a culture of leadership by providing education and professional development


Dr. Ian White, Chief Scientific Officer | IMAC Regeneration Center

opportunities for faculty and enriching experiences that challenge Logan's students’ skill set and enhance their overall education. DR. IAN WHITE, CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER OF IMAC REGENERATION CENTERS OZZIE SMITH IMAC REGENERATION CENTER Dr. White is an expert in regenerative medicine with 20 years’ experience working with cardiovascular biology, tissue regeneration and stem cell biology. While most regenerative medicine companies don't have a cellular research expert on staff, patients at Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center benefit from having access to Dr. White's keen insight into avant-garde advances in stem cell treatments on individuals who suffer from neurological disorders and autoimmune issues. He says many local IMAC patients come to the center with orthopedic challenges and pain, but they  also treat  people who have had strokes, suffer from Parkinson’s disease neuropathy or complex autoimmune conditions. He  received his bachelor's  and master's  degrees

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England, prior to being hired at Dartmouth College to study the genetics of gamete biology. In August 2000, Dr. White was recruited to Harvard University—where he co-authored several peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts— to work with hematopoietic stem cells and immune cell biology under the mentorship of the world-renowned Dr. Laurie Glimcher. Dr. White received his doctorate from the Ansary Stem Cell Institute of Cornell University under the guidance of Dr. Shahin Rafii. During this time, he  developed an  in vitro  method for culture expanding autologous stem cells in an artificial vascular niche for the treatment of cancer patients who have undergone bone marrow ablation following chemotherapy or radiotherapy. This technology since was  commercialized by Cornell University and was  described in several co-authored manuscripts and research grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health. “I'm  very excited to be part of IMAC and utilize my research to further the treatments IMAC has to offer patients without the use of opioids or surgery," he says.

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Dr. White also is the founder and president of BioFirma and was recently elected to chair the Scientific Committee for the American Association of Stem Cell Physicians. This health care leader  fits well with the local IMAC team because Ozzie Smith always says, "the most important thing about St. Louis is the people." Dovetailing with that concept is Dr.  White’s goal  to reverse disease and improve wellness, rather than simply medicating symptoms. DR. RICHARD MAACK, MD, FACS  PLASTIC SURGEON, SYNERGI MED SPA  Dr. Maack  opened a state-of-the-art facial surgery office in Chesterfield Valley 13 years ago  after practicing for 14  years at St. Luke’s Hospital. His  plastic surgery practice adjoins Synergi MedSpa off Baxter Road.  He says he artistically and compassionately treats aging faces with surgical enhancements,  such as face, brow and neck lifts and eyelid surgery. He  also offers  cosmetic injections, such as Botox and facial fillers to provide patients with a refreshed, rejuvenated appearance. Dr. Maack holds a degree from The University of Maryland  and completed his residency through  Washington University. He is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist. “Every enhancement procedure should mirror the complexity, emotion  and individuality that's  unique to each person's  face," he says. He says he's  enthused  to be the only practice in St. Louis to offer "the ultimate solution to body contouring" by combining Coolsculpting with the latest medical advancement, Emsculpt, to build muscle with permanently burning fat.

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and

knowledgeable

mas-

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REALTY REPORT NEIGHBORHOOD

REALTY REPORT CHESTERFIELD

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

West Ridge Estates

$265,900

$264,900

100%

11

3

2

Ladue Park

$345,000

$290,000

84%

115

4

2.5

Bridle Creek

$339,900

$339,900

100%

2

4

2

Shenandoah

$349,900

$344,000

98%

11

4

2.5

Shenandoah

$389,900

$375,000

96%

57

4

3.5

The Townes/Thousand Oaks

$425,000

$380,000

89%

87

3

3

Woodfield

$405,000

$382,000

94%

155

2

4

Clarkson Woods

$456,000

$410,000

90%

92

4

2.5

Villages at Baxter Ridge

$450,000

$450,000

100%

7

5

3.5

Thousand Oaks

$515,000

$495,000

96%

6

4

3.5

River Bend Estates

$595,000

$570,000

96%

40

4

3

Estates at Baxter Pointe

$639,000

$599,000

94%

12

4

5

Kehrs Mill Estates

$695,000

$640,000

92%

105

4

4.5

Reserve at Chesterfield Village

$789,000

$760,000

96%

1

4

3.5

$1,550,000

$1,500,000

97%

13

6

6.5

Fox Hill Farms

This data is a sampling of sold properties from November 1 - November 30, 2018. Source: MLS system.

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FOOD & WINE

Dinner + A Movie = Date Night VISIT THE HI-POINTE DRIVE-IN AND THE HI-POINTE THEATRE FOR THE ULTIMATE LOW-KEY DATE NIGHT TO START OFF A FABULOUS 2019

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WITH

A

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TO

THE

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and

sandwiches

you'll find in St. Louis, at the Hi-Pointe Drive-In! Nestled right off McCausland in the Hi-Pointe neighborhood, the Hi-Pointe Drive-In was the brainchild of Sugarfire Smoke House owner and restaurateur Mike Johnson. Only this time, Mike has managed to mix his chef-inspired burgers, sandwiches and salads too, with a nostalgic location that was previously a drive-in back in the '80s. And this combination is something you must experience firsthand, as dinner at the Hi-Pointe Drive-In will leave you with a feeling you won't soon forget.

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FOOD & WINE

(CON TI N U ED)

Bacon double cheeseburger from the Hi-Pointe Drive-In

Hi-Pointe Drive-In owner Mike Johnson The Favourite movie poster

Hi-Pointe Theatre

HI-POINTE THEATER/HI-POINTE BACK LOT Now that your tummy is full, let's venture just a half a block away

THE MUST-SEE MOVIE AT THE HI-POINTE THEATRE IN JANUARY IS…

to catch a newly released film at the HI-POINTE Theatre and/or the

The Favourite

HI-POINTE Back Lot!

Rated R – 1 hour, 59 minutes

Sitting just left of the intersection of Clayton Road and Skinker

Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Killing of a

Boulevard on McCausland Avenue is the oldest theater in St.

Sacred Deer) takes us back to 18th-century England, as it seems that

Louis, circa 1922: the Hi-Pointe Theatre.

a frail yet boisterous Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) doesn’t do a very

Featuring new releases that have more of an art house appeal,

good job of running the country she reigns. This leaves her confidant

the Hi-Pointe Theatre provides an "ultimate theater experi-

and close friend Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) to not only govern the

ence" from the minute you walk through its doors, with its retro yet

country in silence but also care for Anne in her ailing health.  

high-end atmosphere.

When new servant Abigail (Emma Stone) is asked to stand in for

Plus, if you are looking to experience a more intimate setting

Sarah—the war against the French seems to need her attention more

to view your next film, then all you need to do is head to the back

than the queen—Abigail sees an opportunity to fulfill her own dreams,

of the Hi-Pointe Building to catch a film at the Hi-Pointe Back

becoming the queen’s constant companion in Sarah’s absence.  As

Lot. Created in 2015, the Back Lot theater provides movie-goers

Sarah and Abigail become enthralled in proving that each is “what’s

with a more  exclusive  and up-close viewing experience of  those

best for the queen and her affections,” it seems that Abigail is bound and

much-anticipated new releases. Once you see a movie at the Back

determined to fulfill her destiny, even if it’s at the cost of those around her.

Lot, you won't want to go anywhere else.

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INSPIRED BY

THE

TALKING COMPETITION, FAMILY AND LIFE WITH A CROSSFIT LEGEND

ROAD

ABOUT 80 MILES EAST OF NASHVILLE, AMONG THE

he’ll say marked a pivotal turning point in his professional

WINDING ROADS OF PUTNAM COUNTY, TENNESSEE,

career and served as an eye-opening metaphor to his life.

BETWEEN A BRICK HOUSE AND AN OLD RED BARN,

“My major downfall was falling off the rope and trying to fig-

THERE’S A GRAVEL ROAD. It’s easy to miss in the expanse

ure out who I was and what I was doing this for,” Rich says over

of rolling hills that, in the fall, are colored in leaves of fiery reds,

the sound of weights dropping through his CrossFit Mayhem

yellows and oranges from the sunset of a dream. But when you

team’s midday workout. “It really brought my faith back into

manage to find it and make it just far enough up the hill that you

perspective and showed me that CrossFit isn’t what defines

feel like you should turn around, you’ll be there—the home of

me—it’s Christ and my faith.”

four-time Fittest Man on Earth: CrossFit legend Rich Froning.

In the midst of preparing for his 2014 competition, Rich

If you know anything about competitive CrossFit, you

became a father when he and Hillary adopted their now 4-year-

know Rich Froning. You know that he won four back-to-

old daughter, Lakelyn—an event that had a large impact on his

back individual CrossFit Games championships from 2011 to

decision to remove himself from individual competition.

2014. You likely know that he won the worldwide Open three

“There was no balance in my life, and I saw that,” Rich

consecutive years. And, if you’ve caught “Froning: The Fittest

says. “When we were going to have Lakelyn, I was like, ‘you

Man in History,” the 2015 documentary, you’ve intimately fol-

know what, either my fitness and me competing at that

lowed his uncertain path to a fourth-straight CrossFit Games

level is going to have to give or me being a dad.’ I wasn’t

championship as a husband and new father.

willing to sacrifice being a dad.”

But what you can’t truly know until you’ve met Rich,

Rich and Hillary, who now have three adopted children:

who was raised just up the hill from where he and his

Lakelyn; Trice, whose full name is Richard III; and Harper

wife, Hillary, currently live just outside of Cookeville, is the

Violet, Lakelyn’s biological sister, have found some of that

humility and hospitality the Michigan-born, Southern-

seemingly unattainable balance through Rich’s transition

raised lifelong athlete exudes.

to team competitions.

In 2010, Rich hit rock bottom, quite literally, with a

“I get to be present in my life,” he says. “[In individual],

second-place showing in the CrossFit Games. Unable to

even when I was doing other things, I was still thinking

complete the formidable rope climb, Rich fell—a moment

about what I needed to do, what I was missing out on.”

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Outside of the gym, Rich now spends much of his time using his experience as a CrossFit champion and exercise science degree from

“I wasn’t willing to sacrifice being a dad.”

Tennessee Tech creating online programming for his gym, CrossFit Mayhem, which is located on Rich Froning Way. Among them are Mayhem Compete, a program for those beginning to take competition seriously or who want to take their fitness to the next level; Mayhem Masters, a program for competitive athletes ages 35-70; What’s Rich Doing, a program offering exactly what Rich is doing every day; Mayhem 60, a complete 60-minute workout for anyone with a garage gym; and M30, a short 30-minute workout designed for someone who travels or wants to work out at home with no access to equipment. Looking toward the future, Rich is in pursuit of moving forward. “I enjoyed [winning championships], but I don’t want that to be what defines me,” Rich says. “I want to be known as a good husband, a good father. Moving forward [is important] for sure—not getting caught up in one thing that’s stuck—you’ve got to always be thinking about what’s next and what [you] need to do to grow as a person.” For more information about CrossFit Mayhem, access to Rich’s online programs or the opportunity to train alongside him in Cookeville, visit CrossFitMayhem.com.

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DEC 31 NEW YEAR'S EVE AT TOPGOLF Topgolf

JANUARY

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

Enjoy live entertainment, a chef-inspired menu and a midnight celebration. Upgrade to VIP experience for

exclusive access to an all-inclusive premium feast with carving station

and bottle of bubbly. All New Year's

Eve packages include unlimited game play for up to six guests, front row seats

to midnight fireworks show and party favors to help celebrate NYE in style.

4 TOTALLY RIGHTEOUS MOVIES FOR ADULTS

Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library

Enjoy a favorite movie on the big screen at Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library in Chesterfield. Popcorn provided, but guests can bring their own snacks. Use the secret knock at the side door for entrance to this after-hours showing. Adults only.

Registration

required

at

slcl.evanced.info/signup/Event Details?EventId=194060. Only 50 seats available. Call 314.994.3300.

5 TABLETOP GAMERS

Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library

Meet with other game enthusiasts at Samuel C. Sachs Branch Library to play games, such as Settlers of Catan, Dominion and Pandemic. Try one of the on-site games, or take your own. This event is for those age  12 and older. Registration requested. There are 40 spaces available for this event. Call 314.994.3300.

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JANUARY

10 FIRST THURSDAY COFFEE Rock & Brews

Rock

&

Brews

restaurant

in

Chesterfield hosts and sponsors the first Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce networking event of 2019, called First Thursday Coffee. Contact info@chesterfieldmochamber.com or call 636.532.3399 for information.

18 SCRAPBOOK CROPPING WEEKEND DoubleTree by Hilton

First Class Scraps representatives host four-day crop or a Saturdayonly crop time at DoubleTree by Hilton in Chesterfield. Cropping room will have on-site security overnight so attendees can leave all materials there or scrap all night if desired. Fees include overnight stays and Saturday, Sunday and Monday breakfasts, shuttle services, tables with ergonomic chairs, punches, free Wi-Fi, contests, prizes and giveaways.

18 SLSRC CLUB MEETING

Missouri Baptist Hospital

Interested in learning more about the St. Louis and Suburban Radio Club, a full-service amateur radio club? Meetings start with business, immediately followed by a hamrelated speaker or presentation. The club meets at Missouri Baptist Hospital in the Goldfarb School of Nursing Room (numbered 419 and 420).

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N E W Y E A R , N E W YO U !

The goal at Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center is to restore your body’s normal function without surgery or prescription pain medication. Our expert team of medical doctors, physical therapists and chiropractors work together to create a customized treatment plan for each patient. “When my shoulder cartilage was worn down, I would wake up in pain and it was affecting simple daily activities. I just wanted to get back to golf and participate in Spring Training. Well...thanks to IMAC Regeneration Centers, I’m swinging my clubs and throwing the baseball again without pain!”

Devin Bell, D.O. www.OzzieSmithCenter.com

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JANUARY

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EAGLE DAYS

Old Chain of Rocks Bridge

Look for bald eagles off the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge that connects St. Louis County with Madison County, Ill. Since 1996, a group of environ-

U O GY

mentally oriented organizations has held this free, annual Eagle Days event. World Bird Sanctuary staffers host an educational, live eagle program every 20 minutes where visitors can view an eagle up-close. Call 314.877.6014 for details.

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GIRL TALK: BE YOUR OWN KIND OF BEAUTIFUL

West County Women's Healthcare

This free program offers preteen girls, ages 11 and older, a chance to celebrate their individuality and an informative, inspiring and fun afternoon with adults who have positive influences in their lives. Interactive sessions and health experts will remind why it's important to recognize inner beauty and to celebrate differences. Space is limited; registration is required. Call 314.542.4848.

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CHEER AND A

HAPPY

HOT! HOT! HOT! AT BUTTERFLY HOUSE weather;

N I H IS

tropical-themed,

kid-friendly activities, games, music, crafts and live animal encounters at the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House within Faust Park. Wade through the Exhibit Hall to see marsh-friendly bugs, swamp-themed activities and more. Price of this special event is included with regular admission.

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PARTING THOUGHTS

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BOOKS TO AID CUSTOMIZED DECISIONS AS RECOMMENDED BY COMFORT KEEPERS ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON

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To Weep for a Stranger: Compassion Fatigue in Caregiving by Patricia Smith Isolation, emotional outbursts, substance abuse and nightmares can distress caregivers who don’t have authentic, sustainable self-care practices. With awareness and knowledge, “compassion fatigue” can be managed. This book guides compassionate, dedicated caregivers

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to happy, healthy lives, including a special section for family caregivers.

2

1

A Guide for Caregiving: What’s Next? by Tina M. Marrelli Written by a home healthcare veteran, this comprehensive guide assists caregivers in effectively dealing with topics, such as  Alzheimer’s disease; dementia; medication management; and end-of-life, palliative and hospice care

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Why We Care: Choosing the Right Home Care Agency by Steve “The Hurricane” Weiss and Haytham Najjar This book shares how to choose a home healthcare agency as told by agency owners, combined with heartwarming stories of how families were able to help loved ones stay in their home and age in place, with dignity and grace.  

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5

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How to Care for Aging Parents, 3rd Edition: A One-Stop Resource for All Your Medical, Financial, Housing, and Emotional Issues by Virginia Morris Called “the bible of eldercare,” this book includes fraud; details on the latest “aging in place” technologies; online resources; current laws/regulations; and fill-in worksheets for medications, caregivers’ names, schedules and doctor contacts.

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Homecare: The Best! How to Get It, Give It, and Live With It by Jo Whatley Cheatham This book contains straight talk about clients, advocates, caregivers and homecare agencies from a caring insider.


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