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Bike Stop Cafe - Bicycle Safety

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Bike Stop Cafe - Bicycle Safety

Story by Kate Santellano  Photos by Michael Schlueter

The warm summer months bring people outside. The kids are out of school and want to have fun. Everyone wants to eat outside, shop outside, and exercise outside. The warm months are a perfect blend of exercise and fun. Bicycling is among one of the most popular summer activities. It does not require years of practice and is suitable for all ages.  

 

St. Louis’ Oldest Triathlon - Grounded in Community Unity

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St. Louis’ Oldest Triathlon - Grounded in Community Unity

Story by Angel Magasano
Photos courtesy of Lake St. Louis

Lake St. Louis is home to the oldest and most popular organized triathlon event in the St. Louis metropolitan area, and this summer it is celebrating its 34th year.  The last ten years have sold out, and participants come from all over the country to race. 

Mercy Virtual Care Center

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Mercy Virtual Care Center

Story by Robin Seaton Jefferson 
Photos courtesy of Mercy

On the first floor of Mercy Virtual stands a reflecting pool that extends from beneath the primary staircase in the lobby of the building, through the all-glass wall, to the outside in front of the main entrance. 

 

Healthworks! Kid's Museum St. Louis

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Healthworks! Kid's Museum St. Louis

Story by Sarah Moeller  Photos by Michael Schlueter

Imagine a place where children and their caregivers can learn about all of the body's systems, climb on an “Interactive Dude,” pretend to shop at a farmers’ market, exercise with a high-tech game, and, if it were possible, even become excited about going to see their doctor. This all happens at HealthWorks Kids’Museum, which opened Spring 2016. 

 

Cole Hittler: A Six Year Old Boy on a Mission

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Cole Hittler: A Six Year Old Boy on a Mission

Story by Amy Armour  Photo courtesy of Tracey Hittler

Hearing your child’s first word is a momentous occasion for a parent. For Tracey and Bill Hittler, that moment did not happen until their son was two-years-old.

 

Caring for the Caregiver

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Caring for the Caregiver

Story by Linda Stroud  

With approximately 39.8 million Americans providing unpaid care for adult loved ones with long-term illnesses or disabilities in 2015, caregiving has become a major public health concern.

 

Mission: Veterans Museum. World War II Veteran continues mission to bring museum to St. Charles County

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Mission: Veterans Museum. World War II Veteran continues mission to bring museum to  St. Charles County

Story by Amy Armour  Photos by Michael Schlueter

Age is just a number for 92-year-old Ralph Barrale. 

The Lake Saint Louis resident and World War II veteran has been completing missions that honor U.S. veterans well after his retirement from the Army in 1945.

Patriot Machine, Inc.

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Patriot Machine, Inc.

Patriot Machine, Inc., was founded in 1991 by Judy and Bob Burns.  The company name was chosen as a sign of respect for God and country.  

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