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Family Values

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One of St. Louis’ Most Storied Companies That You Have Never Heard About

Family Values

Schaeffer Manufacturing, located at 102 Barton Street, is a stone’s throw from Anheuser Busch in the heart of the Soulard district. The company opened its doors in 1839 along the Mississippi River, right where the city’s most famous landmark – the Arch – resides. Listening to the company’s president and family member Jay Schaeffer Shields talk about the company’s storied history is like sitting in a history lecture at St. Louis University. 

Confused by Today’s Economics and the Role You Play?

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Inside the Economy® Museum Is Enlightening and Fun!

Confused by Today’s Economics and the Role You Play?

If economics class had been like this, there might be a lot more economists.  Who knew the Fed could be fun?

F.L.O.A.T. Your Troubles Away…

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And Gain Other Amazing Benefits at the Same Time!

F.L.O.A.T. Your Troubles Away…

The stresses of school, work, kids and commitments float away, along with your cares, inside the Genesis pod. Don’t let the cliché fool you.  This is the real deal.

Sometimes It Takes A Village...

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Autism Village Is One Great Example

Sometimes It Takes A Village...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that currently one in 68 children are born with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) — a ten-fold increase in prevalence over the last 40 years. It is estimated that ASDs affect more than 2 million individuals in the U.S. and tens of millions worldwide. 

Focusing on the Future... For Those With Autism

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Brad Buechler and the AFA Academy are Making a Difference

Focusing on the Future... For Those With Autism

Research shows that if you start out early enough, and give them two years of intensive treatment, you can change things.

Assistance League of St. Louis Touches Our Community

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Operation School Bell Brings Clothes (and Smiles) to Children

Assistance League of St. Louis Touches Our Community

Who can forget the feeling of a brand new outfit or uniform on the first day of school?  It’s a memory that not every child has.  

How One Broken Teacup Gave Birth to a China Dynasty

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Donna Hafer Helps Host the Haviland Collectors International Foundation Conference

How One Broken Teacup Gave Birth to a China Dynasty

It all started with a little teacup.  Nearly two centuries ago, a young American china merchant in New York, known as David Haviland, was presented with a broken teacup by a customer who wanted a replacement.  The problem was — Haviland had no idea where to find one.  

I Feel The Earth Move Under My Feet

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New Housing in St. Charles County on the Rise

I Feel The Earth Move Under My Feet

The talking heads are spieling economic recovery.  The business analysts are cautiously optimistic.  But for laypeople, especially here in St. Charles County, they need only look around.  

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