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FORGIVENESS AND LOVE

FOLLOW YOUR HEART

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

FEBRUARY 2019 PUBLISHER

Gordon Montgomery | gordon.montgomery@lifestylepubs.com PUBLISHER

Kelley Lamm | kelley.lamm@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Kelley Lamm | kelley.lamm@lifestylepubs.com

Curating Creativity FEBRUARY—IT’S THE SHORTEST MONTH OF THE YEAR, BUT THERE’S DEFI-

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Julie Brown Patton, Kathy Kaiser CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Kathy Kaiser, Trenna Travis, Julie Brown Patton

NITELY NO SHORTAGE OF EXCITING THINGS HAPPENING HERE IN CHESTERFIELD. When thinking of ideas for our Arts + Makers issue, we were inspired by the talented local creatives who beautify our community with their work. Whether it’s local theater performances, the Chesterfield arts scene or handmade goods from local artisans, we proud of the creative culture in our city. With our own bustling creative scene—from jewelry makers and potters to musicians and actors—we hope you find inspiration in these pages and come to appreciate our unique perspective here in Chesterfield. Consider this issue your guide to all things creative and hit the town to unleash your own creativity! You never know—we may see you around!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE FEBRUARY 2019

FEATURES 18 Automobile Artistry MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid: SAV for All Occasions

22 Follow Your HeART... ...To Chesterfield’s Varied Outdoor Art

30 Chesterfield Sculptor Creates Legacy Art World-Renowned Artist Don Wiegand Honors People Who Honor Life

36 Modeling True Acceptance, Forgiveness and Love Local Woman with Disability Seeks

30 36

to Boost Self-Esteem of Others, Stop Bullying

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DEPARTMENTS 6

Lifestyle Letter

10

Good Times

12

Around Town

18

Driver’s Notebook

21

Realty Report

22 Travel Destination 28 Food & Wine 36 Giving Back 40 Renovate & Refine 46 Lifestyle Calendar


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GOOD TIMES

Seeking a Local Valentine's Day Brunch? Did you know Stackhouse Pub & Grill, 14156 Olive Blvd. in Chesterfield, now serves brunch on weekends, starting at 10 a.m.? At press time, they were still finalizing their Valentine's Day specials.  Stackhouse's Todd Myers says they offer live music every Saturday night, moving to their dogfriendly patio as soon as weather allows. They also host trivia every Tuesday evening.

The Nutcracker Amazes Audience at Logan University The cast and crew of Dance Experience Performing Arts Studio delivered  a beautiful  annual  rendition of The Nutcracker  at Logan University.  For each ticket purchased, a portion was  donated,  with $2,400 worth of free tickets given to Friends of Kids with Cancer. The dance studio has been doing this since 2014. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KATIE STRZELEC, SHARON POTTS AND AUGUSTA MCGOWAN

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AROUND TOWN

TWO MORE PARKWAY NURSES EARN NATIONAL CREDENTIALS Parkway School District’s Kimberly Morelli (West Middle School) and Karen Malik (Green Trails Elementary) earned the Nationally Certified School Nurse credential, which validates their specialized knowledge and expertise as school nurses. Parkway now tops the largest number of nationally certified school nurses found in Missouri, with a total of 22. The NCSN credential is granted to registered nurses

who

meet

educational,

employment

and other criteria, and who have successfully passed the national examination managed by the National Board for Certification of School Nurses. The NCSN process is accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties, whose rigorous standards ensure that the credentialing process of the NBCSN meet or exceed industry standards

Parkway

Central

Middle

teacher

Paul

for certification and that its examination is reflec-

Holzen was selected as a semifinalist for the 2019

tive of the knowledge expected of the proficient

Grammy Music Educator Award. Paul was cho-

school nurse.

sen as one of 25 semifinalists nationally, out of 2,800 nominations, and the only teacher selected

WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN CHESTERFIELD CITY GROUPS?

from Missouri. Each year, one recipient is selected from 10

Chesterfield has a variety of boards or committees

finalists. The winner will be flown to New York to

through which citizens can get involved on behalf of

attend the Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 10.

different aspects of the municipality.

Nine additional finalists receive a $1,000 honorar-

Some

include

ium, and schools of all 10 finalists receive matching

Architectural Review Board; Board of Adjustment;

of

those

volunteer groups

grants. Fifteen semifinalists receive a $500 hono-

Human Rights Commission; Planning Commission;

rarium with matching school grants.

Police Personnel Board; Alliance For Positive Youth; Chesterfield Historic & Landmark Preservation Committee; Chesterfield Citizens Environmental

IS YOUR SECURITY CAMERA REGISTERED WITH LOCAL POLICE?

Advisory Committee; Finance & Administration

Chesterfield Police Department's Community

Citizens Advisory Committee; MIS (hardware and

Video Program enables residents and business

technology) Citizens Committee; and the Parks,

owners to register the locations and capabilities

Recreation & Arts Advisory Committee.

of personal security camera systems so that local

For volunteering details, call 636.537.4000 or visit

police can collect incidence-related evidence

Chesterfield.MO.us/volunteer-for-a-committee.html.

when local crimes are committed.

JOIN NEW HOLIDAY RUN SERIES

participating cameras is stored in a secure,

The first-ever Chesterfield Holiday Run series is being offered. Participants who finish all three of the following races will receive a commemorative medal: + Chesterfield Shamrock 5K/10K and Lil' Leprechaun Run + New Chesterfield Stars and Stripes 5K and Fun Run + 20th Annual Chesterfield Turkey Trot and Fun Run. Register online at Chesterfield.MO.us. 12

PARKWAY CENTRAL MIDDLE TEACHER NAMED GRAMMY MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD SEMIFINALIST

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Police officers assure that information about private database. Individuals are contacted by police when a crime occurs in the vicinity of certain cameras, and officers believe reviewing that footage will assist the investigation or provide leads.  For more details, contact the Chesterfield Detective Bureau at 636.537.3000.   CONTINUED >


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AROUND TOWN

(CON TI N U ED)

NEW ADA MOTORIZED CHAIR ASSISTS VISITORS OF CHESTERFIELD CITY HALL A new mobility scooter now is available to assist visitors going to Chesterfield City Hall to and from the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) compliant spaces in the parking lot. The motorized chair-cart is located near the northeast side of the building prior to City Council as well as Planning Commission meetings.  To use the scooter at additional times, call ahead to 636.537.4000 to request assistance from City Hall staffers. 

CHESTERFIELD POLICE TO HOST OPIOID SUMMIT In 2018, Chesterfield Police Department officers report they responded to 16 overdose calls where counter-drug/nasal spray Narcan was administered on-site to save someone’s life. Police indicate there were four additional calls for overdoses where nothing could be done to save victims. Local officers add that the ages of people related to these emergency calls range from late teens to early 60s, and that every race, gender, sexual orientation and economic status was represented. Chesterfield Police will host an “Opioid Summit” on Feb. 27. This event is open to all, not just Chesterfield residents. It will be held in the Chesterfield City Hall Council Chambers from 6:30 to 10 p.m. There will be numerous guest speakers, who are experts in the field, and several sponsor tables. There also be the eye-opening “Hidden in Plain Sight” exhibit about drugs. No reservation response is required for the summit. February 2019 | Chesterfield Lifestyle

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DRIVER’S NOTEBOOK

AUTOMOBILE ARTISTRY

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THIS SPORTS ACTIVITY VEHICLE IS THE LARGEST AND ROOMIEST OF THE MINI MODELS. The Countryman seats five while still providing cargo space. Its overall design is bold and is typically considered ideal for adventures. Its iconic, contrasting roof and mirrors is an artistic flair that sets it apart. 

MINI COUNTRYMAN PLUG-IN HYBRID: SAV FOR ALL OCCASIONS

The Countryman's interior offers top-surface finishes and five high-end leather upholstery options, such as Chesterfield Leather with diamond pattern stitching. In fact, WardsAuto, a global leader organization in automotive intelligence, recently deemed

ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF MINI USA

it as "the top" interior. "This vehicle resides in the US markets fastest-growing segment," says Neil Westfall, general sales manager of MINI of St. Louis.  He says the vehicle's versatility makes it wonderful for the "three and a half" seasons in this region, as well as for families and those with active lifestyles. "It's unique, different and fun, but it's a vehicle that you can live with every day," he adds.  The Countryman also provides an optional picnic cushion seat to place in the back for impromptu tailgates or pulling over to enjoy majestic views. And, with the touchscreen navigation system of the MINI Countryman combined with Apple Carplay, drivers also get the pleasure of a dashing dashboard.  When it comes to small crossovers, Neil says the Countryman is a wonderful and unique value because it is both powered and engineered by BMW.

MINI COUNTRYMAN PLUG-IN HYBRID + TWINPOWER TURBO ENGINE BMW’s world-class engineering went into the precision of this innovative engine, which combines the latest direct injection systems, fully variable performance control and turbocharger technology. + ALL4, ALL-WHEEL DRIVE With Countryman’s all-weather capability and traction, it looks as good and handles as well going down slick city streets as it does climbing country roads. + STEPTRONIC SPORT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION The six-speed functions include a fully automatic drive mode, a manual/ sports drive mode or a manual shift. Choose from Sport, Green or Mid settings for perfectly balanced performance. + LED HEADLIGHTS The crisp headlamps of this SAV sense both rain and darkness, lighting the road ahead and illuminating turns with cornering lights. + MINI COUNTRYMAN PLUG-IN HYBRID 40 Sunnen Drive, St. Louis, 314.207.8519, MINIOfStLouis.com

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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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REALTY REPORT NEIGHBORHOOD

REALTY REPORT CHESTERFIELD

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

Forum West

$149,900

$149,900

100%

87

2

2

Village Green

$175,000

$176,000

101%

4

3

2.5

Villas at Whitebrook

$265,000

$270,000

102%

4

1

1.5

Monterra

$349,900

$323,000

92%

91

3

3

Clarkson Woods

$409,900

$385,000

94%

54

4

2.5

Greenfield Village

$400,000

$386,285

97%

40

4

3.5

Windridge Estates

$650,000

$635,000

98%

130

5

4.5

Brook Hill Estates

$799,900

$685,000

86%

150

4

4/2

Arbors at Kehrs Mill

$839,900

$768,960

92%

164

4

3.5

Brook Hill Estates

$899,000

$780,000

87%

207

5

4.5

This data is a sampling of sold properties from December 1 - December 31, 2018. Source: MLS system.

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TRAVEL DESTINATION

follow your heART...

TO CHESTERFIELD’S VARIED OUTDOOR ART ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON

DID YOU KNOW THERE ARE AT LEAST SIX PLACES TO ADMIRE OUTDOOR ARTWORK IN CHESTERFIELD? From traditional to contemporary, there are many

"Cultural Gateway"

artistic styles to take in!

Chesterfield Amphitheater 631 Veterans Place Drive The "Cultural Gateway" mandala—meaning "circle"— was created by artist Shilpa Rao to represent the universe. It's located at the south entrance of the amphitheater. "People from within the St. Louis area and from out of town, who were people from different walks of life, age and cultural backgrounds sat together around this piece and helped me complete it. It was interesting to see them feeding off each other's ideas," Shilpa says.  Chesterfield Central Park 16365 Lydia Hill Drive "This Is Our Water"

Chesterfield Valley Athletic Center

17925 N. Outer 40 Road

Chesterfield Valley Athletic Center 17925 N. Outer 40 Road "This Is Our Water: The Missouri River Watershed" sculpture was designed by Hap Phillips and Stephanie Nelson-Pondrom, based on ideas created by the St. Louis Artworks apprentices from the Bloom Works Group. It suggests fish and flowing water. The other sculpture at the Athletic Center is called "Saturday's Distractions," a bronze piece completed by Lee Leuning and Sherri Treeby. It  will be on display near Miracle Field for two years.  Eberwein Park 1657 Old Baxter Road 22

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"Birds In Flight" "Maura"

Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center 16365 Lydia Hill Drive

Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center 16365 Lydia Hill Drive "Maura" is a bronze sculpture of a girl and her shadow created by Don Wiegand  and dedicated on June 26, 1999, for Chesterfield's 10th anniversary. Every year, on June 26 at 10 a.m. Maura's actual shadow meets her sculpted shadow as a display of nature and art. The other artwork on display at the Aquatic Center is "Large Bather III." This life-size piece  was done by Italian sculptor Emilio Greco. 

Chesterfield Central Park 16365 Lydia Hill Drive "Birds In Flight" is a contemporary stainless steel piece designed by Fine Art Ltd. to provide simplistic scenery art. It's one of eight pieces of artwork in Central Park, with the others named: 1. "Aspire" (steel pipes and spires) 2. "The Awakening" (aluminum sculpture buried in the ground) 3. "Flow" (interactive sculpture to highlight native plants) 4. "The Fox" (bronze sculpture of young fox leaping) 5. "Gox A" (geometric forms made from circles, squares and rectangles) 6. "Gox B" (stainless steel geometric forms) 7. "Yue Ling Chen" (life-size depiction of Olympian and first-time Chinese gold medalist)

CONTINUED >

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TRAVEL DESTINATION

(CON TI N U ED)

Eberwein Park 1657 Old Baxter Road A fiberglass chair painted in acrylic, named "Dog Days," reflects the fun, carefree nature of dogs. It was done by artist Michelle Streiff, a volunteer with Stray Rescue of St. Louis. She was inspired by her own Jack Russell terriers. "The Coyote" is the second piece of art at the park. It's

"Dog Days"

a bronze sculpture done by St. Louis artist Harry Weber, as inspired by Lewis and Clark.  Parks Administration Building 17891 Outer 40 Road "Meeting Places"

Parks Administration Building 17891 Outer 40 Road "Meeting Places" is artwork that explores the possibility and relationship between form, surface and the intersection of cultures East and West. As part of the Summer Concert Series with Live Art, artist Catharine Magel was chosen to create this piece. Another example of art at the Parks Department building is "Micro And Macro." Artist Sukanya Mani explored human interpretations of art and people's role in the universe.

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START SELLING YOUR HOUSE NOW

... for spring!

Like most homeowners you know that one of the best times to sell your home is when the flowers are blooming, the grass is green, and just like the temperature, the market starts to thaw. While it may be okay for a buyer to start their process in March the best time for a seller is right now. To manage your sale well you’ll need an expert team to optimize your selling experience. Here’s what you can expect from your agent:

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Starts the process just before your home goes on the market.

Meets with you weeks or even months before to begin strategizing your move.

Conducts a price opinion based on recent sales.

Analyze your buyer demographic and market conditions.

May suggest the usual improvements (paint, carpet, etc.).

Removes all the guesswork by bringing in a design team to develop an exact plan for restyling and/or staging elements in your home.

Gives a price opinion and assesses improvements needed to increase value and shorten selling time.

Assists in selecting the best choices for resale if paint, flooring, hardware, tile, etc. Provides Concierge Service to assist with getting bids and service providers through a network of proven and trusted contractors. Puts “Coming Soon” sign in yard. Lists your home in the MLS once it’s ready to go on the market.

Launches pre-sale marketing efforts using advanced analytics and tracking systems. Measures results, audience engagement, and gathers valuable data before your “Coming Soon” goes live. Creates a pre-market “buzz” for your home before It goes into the MLS.

One agent trying to do it all.

Team of multiple skilled agents and design experts assisting in each part of the process. A wide network of resources for every step of the home selling experience.

Don’t let an overwhelming selling process slow you down. Depend on a team of pre-sale experts who can make your sale easy and help you get the best price for your amazing home. Work with our team and Expect to be Moved!

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FOOD & WINE

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY KATHLEEN KAISER

Dinner + a Movie = Date Night IN BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS

Tavern on Main

TAVERN ON MAIN Nestled

in

Belleville’s

Main

Street

Business District, you will find Tavern on Main. Don’t let the name fool you, because this “Tavern” not only has an atmosphere that appeals to the masses but a menu that includes cuisine fit for a king. Nightly specials include Thursday night’s New Orleans Surf and Turf or Spinach Artichoke Chicken  and Friday night’s  Seafood Ravioli (stuffed with scallops, shrimp and lobster and then topped with a Cajun cream sauce). Or if you’re thinking that a specialty pizza and/or salad is more to your liking, then you are in luck there, too! 301 E. Main St., Belleville Illinois, 618.233.6246, 

TavernOnMainBelleville.com LINCOLN THEATRE Built in the 1920s when Vaudeville was all the rage, the Lincoln Theatre combines the latest film releases with a truly nostalgic feel. From its concessions and its classic theater seats, to the incredible organ music that resonates throughout the main auditorium prior to showings on Friday and Saturday nights, the Lincoln Theatre has the feel of yesteryear that you must experience for yourself. 103 E. Main St., Belleville Illinois, 618.233.0123, Lincoln Theatre 28

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F E B R UA R Y ’ S M OV I E P I C K S

FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY

FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY Dwayne Johnson, starring as “the Rock” himself, takes to the big screen to tell the real-life story of a wrestling family who makes a living wrestling in small venues around the country. That is, until daughter Saraya Knight (Florence Pugh) and her brother, Zak, (Jack Lowden) are given the opportunity to try-out to be a part of the WWE.  It seems all their wishes are coming true and the adrenaline is running high as Saraya makes her way into the WWE as “Paige,”  but Zak, it seems,  isn’t going to be quite so lucky. + Rated PG-13

A STAR IS BORN

AVAILABLE ON DVD ON FEB. 19, A DEFINITE MUST-SEE:  A STAR IS BORN This is the perfect date-night flick. In its third remake since its original release in 1937,  A Star Is Born features an amazing storyline and an all-star cast, as we meet singer/songwriter Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) making his way through life one pill—or one bottle—at a time. When he meets the beautiful and ultra-talented Ally (Lady Gaga), his life begins to change, as he brings her into the spotlight, showcasing her talent to the world—and watching from the sidelines too, as she blossoms into a star. + Rated R

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Don Wiegand sculpture commemorates Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech at National Churchill Museum at Westminster College, Fulton, Mo.

“EVERYONE HAS A PURPOSE, A LOT OF PEOPLE MAKE A DIFFERENCE, AND THAT’S WHAT LIFE IS ABOUT.”

WORLD-RENOWNED ARTIST DON WIEGAND HONORS PEOPLE WHO HONOR LIFE ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

Chesterfield Sculptor Creates Legacy Art CHESTERFIELD ARTIST DON WIEGAND ENJOYS ARTISTICALLY CAPTURING SPECIFIC  MOMENTS, OFTEN INNERMOST ONES,  WITHIN THE REALM OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT. So much so, Don specializes in bronze and stainless tributes designed to last the test of time. In fact, Don believes artists are recorders of history, recorders of mankind actually. He enjoys invoking humans' endurance and survival tendencies as inspiration.  It's been said Don's artworks have soul, even emitting their own energy fields. "Everyone has a purpose, a lot of people make a difference, and that's what life is about. Life is a precious gift, whether you're famous or not. The truth is that we're all equal," says Don, who believes God loves all the souls he made.  Alas, how did  an artist with an international reputation and fan base get started in Chesterfield, a city in which he has lived since he was 5 years old? He says the camaraderie found in Chesterfield certainly helped.  Read on for highlights of Don's life. 30

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/the young artist “AND I LEARNED AT AN EARLY AGE THAT ARTISTS HAVE A CERTAIN ENCHANTMENT. I WAS PROUD OF MY ART, BUT I WANTED TO SHARE IT WITH OTHERS TO HELP PEOPLE FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES AND WHO THE ART WAS ABOUT.”

/the teacher ABOVE: Don with August A. Busch Jr. RIGHT: Don takes time out of his work to inspire young artist visitors to his studio and Chesterfield Heritage Museum at Chesterfield Mall. The kids are sitting in 1960s-era desks from Ascension School.

Perhaps a summer special-study program at Chautauqua Institute in New York helped to cement this artist's dream to shape it into a career, as he learned to trust the essence of his own soul and let it go. Don  earned a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Washington University's School of Fine Arts in St. Louis. He also completed a Fine Arts Fellowship and Graduate

Inside a crib as a toddler, Don says he began to notice shapes.

Study program there as well.

He also started to create and build things from any materials he

He eventually taught art to students as an adjunct

could get his hands on, such as paper, tape and cardboard. He

instructor at Washington University and Maryville

knows now that art was simply born into his genes.

University. He also instructed select interns from

By the time Don got to grade school, he was sketching—drawing portraits, in particular, with pencils and colors. His fondness for interpreting people had blossomed. He then began to paint and  do  as many  multi-dimensional models  as he could, realizing that abstract and reality are merely forms of perception.

Fontbonne College and Webster University. He remains an artist-in-residence at Maryville University.  "It's important, and satisfying, to pass on our knowledge for generations to come," he says.  Don still likes to direct young artists who visit the newly founded Chesterfield Heritage Foundation of Chesterfield

"And I learned at an early age that artists have a certain

at the Chesterfield Mall, which shares space with his cur-

enchantment. I was proud of my art, but I wanted to share it with

rent studio there. The museum was supported by the

others to help people feel better about themselves and who the

Wiegand Foundation and the Chesterfield Historic and

art was about. It was like having a prized pie, and I wanted to share

Landmark Preservation Committee.

the pie, so to speak. It was an honor to include others," he explains.

"One role of art is to preserve history and humanity," he adds.

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/the sculptor Much of Don's day-to-day artwork is done privately for people not in societal limelight. He likes making a poignant stand in that private world  because his mantra is that "all people are important." Additionally, some of Don's most well-known subjects/renderings were of Mark Twain,  Stan the Man Musial,  National Shrine of Mary/Mother of the Church, Charles Lindbergh, Bob Hope, Amelia Earhart,  August A. Busch Jr., Pope John Paul II,  Tennessee Williams, Ernest Hemingway, Cliff Roberston,  Winston Churchill, Dr. Martin Luther King and Pope Francis. He's also very fond of the piece he did for former U.S. President George H.W. Bush and former First Lady Barbara.

Hands of U.S. President George H.W. Bush and wife Barbara

"I had the great honor of meeting and casting the hands of Mr. and Mrs. Bush in an intimate moment at their  home in Kennebunkport, Maine. I have never met a more down-to-earth and gracious couple, grateful for their bountiful and purposeful life together. Side-by-side in life for 73 years, together again forever," he says. He reveals that  casting anyone's  hands is  sym-

“I HAD THE GREAT HONOR OF MEETING AND CASTING THE HANDS OF MR. AND MRS. BUSH IN AN INTIMATE MOMENT AT THEIR HOME IN

bolically important and always a "cool moment," due

KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE. “

to the immense trust participants place in the artist. Don is especially enthused about his current project being created for the Vatican's Pontifical Academy of Science, slated to be completed this

Don's Running Girls at Missouri Botanical Garden

year. He says it will be a bas-release depicting Pope Francis. He also says it will honor those who are doing their part to try to save the planet. "It will be very international, universal," he says.  CONTINUED >

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/the philanthropist DON AND MICHAEL FAGIN CREATED THE SPIRIT OF HOPE BRONZE AWARDS PROGRAM TO HONOR MILITARY MEMBERS AND OTHERS WHO EXHIBIT THE USO SPIRIT OF THE LATE COMEDIAN BOB HOPE.

Gift of Life monument done for Mid-America Transplant Services in St. Louis.

Bartholdi

Don used his own money to finance the startup of the nonprofit the Wiegand Foundation to memorialize standout people in national defense, science, technology, health and human services. Don and Michael Fagin

floodwall project in Chesterfield Valley. His studio often

created the Spirit of Hope bronze awards program to honor military

was provided as space for public art events, so Don

members and others who exhibit the USO spirit of the late comedian

hoped that a local college or organization would save

Bob Hope. The medals are presented annually by the Department of

the building. But, in 2012, the bank that held his mort-

Defense in the Pentagon.

gage foreclosed on his property. While he still works to

He says he established the foundation in 2003, partly at this father's deathbed, to show his father that his teachings about making a noticeable

getting back his magic studio.

difference in life certainly would be passed on. He says he learned a lot

He says he feels his whole life was a part of building up

from his dad, who followed his hunch in 1952 by moving from St. Louis to

to the foundation, seeking another way to thank people

Chesterfield, taking over the local store and renaming it the Smoke House

for what they've done to help each other. But there are

Market— steps that led to businesses still going strong today. 

plenty of people around the world silently thanking Don

A few years ago, Don  was thrust into the financial  fight of his life to save his beloved Chesterfield studio from being demolished as part of a 34

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GIVING BACK

Model ing T rue Accepta nce , Forgi v enes s a nd Lov e ARTICLE JULIE BROWN PATTON | PHOTOGRAPHY TRENNA TRAVIS AND JULIE BROWN PATTON

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MARQUETTE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE GRACE STROBEL WAS BORN WITH AN EXTRA DNA CHROMOSOME CARRIED BY THOSE WITH DOWN SYNDROME, YET SHE PASSIONATELY PROCLAIMS THE DISORDER DOES NOT DEFINE WHO SHE IS. You see, Grace was born with another extra: the gift to be present in each moment to share kindness and authentically recognize others' needs to be accepted for who they are.  That's why Grace is on her own personal crusade to enlighten local students through presentations and to raise awareness about individual abilities through her social media platform. What more defines Grace is her love of the color blue; honing her drawing skills; cooking; hanging out with her friends; working out; and driving her sister, Laine, crazy. She also enjoys movies, such as Freaky Friday. "I hope students might start to understand what it's like to have a disability and how hard things are sometimes for us.  Things that most people do without thinking about them,"  Grace says. "It also hurts me to see 36

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someone being made fun of, because I've gone through that myself, and the pain is deep. I hope students will see that even though we might look a little different, we all want and need the same things:  to be included, believed in, loved and respected. We all have gifts and talents." The 22-year-old says the most challenging part about creating an informative  presentation was the practicing and rehearsing.  "I have to work very hard at my presentation skills,  like looking at the audience, speaking slowly, and having lots of energy and enthusiasm. I spend time each week rehearsing. I want to keep getting better and better," Grace says. During the student interactions, Grace says she loves to  joke around, which is rewarding when students laugh with her and have fun. "My biggest joy is at the end when the students want to give me a hug, a high-five or just say hello to me and tell me how much they liked the presentation." Grace's parting message to students often is to make ripples with kindness. On-site school experiences aren't always positive for Grace, however. In 2017, while she was working at a school to help students in the lunchroom, she says some students poked fun at her.

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"It was so incredibly painful. I cried all day and couldn't stop.  I felt bad about myself. They were making fun of me because of the

gifts and talents. Their confidence and belief in Grace have made her what she is today," Linda says.

way I was struggling to open up fruit cups and milk cartons for

Education about self-worth  and valuing others  starts at home,

them. That's  something that's  very hard for me to do, but I was

Linda says. She recommends parents have open conversations

doing it," she says. "I want students to understand how painful

with their children about disabilities and what it might look like to

being made fun of is, especially when you are trying your hardest."

interact with someone with a disability.

Grace is putting her tenacity into a new venture of fashion mod-

"Inclusion, respect, dignity and love are not 'special needs.' They

eling, with the goal of breaking down preconceived notions, fears

are human needs," says Linda, who adds she couldn't be prouder

and stereotypes about people with disabilities.

of the way her daughter is positively influencing minds and hearts.

"It's amazing when people recognize me from my photos on Facebook and in magazines," she says. She says the hardest part about modeling is doing a long photo shoot without eating. She's currently working on securing an agent.   "We feel incredibly blessed to have raised Grace in an area like Chesterfield and Wildwood.  The Rockwood schools that Grace

If Grace could snap her fingers and change the world, she says she would get rid of the "R" word.  "It dehumanizes people  and is not at all funny. We're all just people first." Given Grace's following of 16,500-plus Facebook  friends, she appears to already be making a dent in that mission.

attended fostered the importance of inclusion, friendships and selfworth," says Grace's mother, Linda, who wholeheartedly supports

As a young woman embarking out in the world, Grace Strobel

her daughter's desire to be independent.

decided to shine light on the importance of embracing human

One of the biggest influences on Grace's self-esteem has been

diversity, one personal presentation at a time. She delivers

through the family's church, St. Alban Roe Catholic Church, in Wildwood.

her talk to students throughout the St. Louis metropoli-

"Inclusion and respect from our pastor, church community

tan area, hoping to change perceptions through her own

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BATHROOMS ARE A PLACE TO RELAX, RENEW AND REFRESH. That's partially why warm bathroom floors and towel warmers are becoming extremely popular, says Laura Grosman of Thompson Price Kitchens/Baths/Homes in Des Peres. "We're  taking out a lot of bathtubs and putting in larger showers," she says.  "We  only recommend keeping a tub if the homeowner truly uses it, and we suggest a true soaker tub."

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Thompson Price remodeling experts know bath remodeling is about way more than putting in new faucets.  "There's an explosion of material options to make bathroom remodels as beautiful as they are functional," Laura says. She says their work is definitely  not a "bath in a box" approach,  but rather designed and custom-built to each client's space and needs. She adds that underfloor heating systems are frequent requests.  These days, bathrooms are becoming more about functional luxury. Those considering bathroom remodeling projects  may want to contemplate the following regional and national 2019 trends for bathroom remodeling: + Black is the new gray. Richer, darker tones are picking up in popularity. They're being used in light fixtures, vanities and mirrors, along with matte finishes. + In 2019, smart bathrooms even include smart showers, mini fridges and automatic sinks—perhaps with built-in blue tooth speaker systems. 42

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11 NEEDLEWORK SESSION

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Adults can take their current knitting, crochet or other needlework projects to the Samuel C. Sachs Library Branch in Chesterfield and progress those projects while enjoying the company of others. For more details, call Kathy Lask at 314.994.3300.

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR Join a panel of age-related experts moderated by Ted Gottlieb, a real estate agent focused on assisting those who want to age in place, downsize and transition to communities. He is a certified senior adviser and senior housing professional. To register, email olderadults@chesterfield.mo.us or call 314.812.9500.

14 THIRD ANNUAL DEATH BY CHOCOLATE

Samuel C. Sachs Public Library

Teenagers ages 12 through 18  can join the library staff of Samuel C. Sachs Branch in Chesterfield for a chocolate-palooza. They will be making choco-creations in meeting room SA. Registration requested. Call 314.994.3300.

17 PROJECT PET PAINTING Pinot's Palette

Paint a portrait of your pet at Pinot's Palette in Chesterfield. The process works by emailing the store a high-quality, digital photo of your pet, and it is transferred onto a 16-by-20inch canvas. Artists assist with all steps. Guests can bring food, beer and wine, or they can purchase beer and wine from the store's studio bar.

20 TAI CHI TO HELP PREVENT FALLS Chesterfield City Hall Chambers

One of the most effective methods for fall prevention is Tai Chi, an evidence-based approach. Studies have shown that after 50 hours of Tai Chi, there is a proven reduction in fall risk. This session is hosted at Chesterfield City Hall Chambers. CONTINUED >

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Presented by the St. Louis Genealogical Society at Chesterfield City Hall, instructor Bob Goode walks participants through how to navigate ances-

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