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Prime Times
Senior Expo
On July 24
see page 3
by Jennifer Grotpeter
Jane Kaiser of Crestwood believes
that life is not a spectator sport.
At 65 years old, and in robust
health, Kaiser’s active lifestyle is
such an inspiration that the National
Senior Games Association selected
her for its prestigious “Personal Best
Kaiser participated in varsity
athletics at Ursuline Academy, and
also in college. While completing
her bachelor of nursing at St. Louis
University (SLU) as an adult, she
decided to try out for the volleyball
and feld hockey teams.
“I went part-time to SLU, but the
last semester I went full time so I
could try out, and I made the team!”
she said, “I was this old lady with
all these young kids, and I didn’t get
a lot of time in the game, but I made
the team.”
Her love of sports and her skill
at nursing have guided her to her
current endeavors as a clinical nurse
and speaker, focusing on preventative
care and helping other seniors stay
active. Kaiser has been with the
Visiting Nurses Association since
2006, where she conducts Biometric
Wellness Clinics for seniors.
“We check their BMI, blood
pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol,
and offer consulting to discuss the
results,” Kaiser said. “We discuss
the lifestyle changes they need to
improve their numbers.
“I really enjoy it; it’s really neat
because you’re changing somebody
for the better, and change is diffcult,”
she added.
A lifestyle change does not have to
be a big adjustment as Kaiser pointed
“Get out and walk ten minutes a
day at lunch, or add a piece of fruit to
your dinner,” she said. “You can see
results in as little as six weeks if you
are consistent.”
Missouri Senior Games
Kaiser is certainly walking the
walk when it comes to staying
active. In fact, she participates in all
the track and feld events that the
Missouri Senior Games has to offer,
as well as all the swimming events.
In doing so, she is able to qualify for
several in the national competition,
and then pick the ones in which she
will compete there.
In the 2013 National Senior
Games, held in Minneapolis-St.
Paul, she received swimming ribbons
for 100 and 50 breast stroke, 100
butterfy, and the 200 IM (individual
medley, a combination of breast
stroke, butterfy, back stroke and
freestyle), and track and feld ribbons
in triple jump, pole vaulting, several
races, long jump, and the hammer
Walking The Walk For Wellness
National Senior
Games Association
honoree Jane Kaiser
promotes healthy
lifestyle for seniors
Jane Kaiser practices the three jump at Lindbergh High School’s track feld.
photo by Diana Linsley
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In its ffth year, the Prime Times
Senior Expo returns on Thursday, July
24, 9 a.m. to noon, with more speak-
ers and exhibits designed with senior
adults in mind. This year’s Resource
Fair For Older Adults will be held at
Holiday Inn Route 66, 10709 Watson
Road. Admission is free.
More than 65 vendors will be on
hand providing information on a wide
range of services from adult housing
opportunities to health care tips and
fnancial advice. In addition, free blood
pressure and bone density screenings
will be available.
Attendees can also sample free food
from Costco and The Egg & I, and re-
ceive a number of giveaways.
The Senior Expo is sponsored by the
South County Times, Webster-Kirk-
wood Times and West End Word.
As part of the expo, St. Anthony’s
Medical Center, Des Peres Hospital,
and SSM Health Care are sponsoring
varied programs on topics of interest
to seniors:
Programs by
Des Peres Hospital
• 9:15 a.m. - “Diabetes” by Dana
Hellebusch RN FNP MSN M.A. CDE
Department of endocrinology at Saint
Louis University.
• 10:15 a.m. - “Urgent Care or ER,
Know When to Go” by Terri Cam-
marata, MedPost Urgent Care.
• 11:15 a.m. - “Better Balance: How
to Improve Your Balance and Reduce
Your Risk of Falling” by Marla Brad-
ley, physical therapist at Des Peres
Programs by St. Anthony’s
• 9:15 a.m. - “Your
Heart’s Electricity:
Treatment of Atri-
al Fibrillation” by
Gregory W. Botteron,
M.D., cardiac elec-
trophysiologist, The
Heart Specialty As-
sociates at St. Antho-
ny’s Medical Center.
• 10:15 a.m. - “Fall
Prevention: How’s
Your Balance?” by
Amy Brammer, BSN
CEN, trauma pro-
gram manager at St.
Anthony’s Medical
Center, and Krysti Eckert, PT, DPT,
certMDT, physical therapist with St.
Anthony’s Sports and Physical Thera-
py Services.
• 11:15 a.m. - “Stroke: It’s Your
Brain, No Time to Waste” by Marsha
Enchelmaier, MSN, RN, stroke pro-
gram manager at St. Anthony’s Med-
ical Center.
Programs by SSM Health Care
• 9:15 a.m. - “The
latest technology for
cataract surgery –
The LenSx laser” by
Dr. Brent Davidson,
Envision Eye Special-
ists at SSM St. Clare
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• 10:15 a.m. -
“Prostate Health,
Low Testosterone,
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“Managing Your
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Physician” by Dr. Stephanie Dettle-
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k Thursday, July 24,
k 9 a.m. to noon
k Holiday Inn Rte. 66
k 10709 Watson Road
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call 968-2699
Senior Expo will be held at Holiday
Inn Route 66, 10709 Watson Road.
Botteron Brammer
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throw. The next Senior Games will be
held in Cleveland, Ohio, in 2015.
“The travel is part of the fun
of it; I get to see the sights of the
United States. I have been to Baton
Rouge, Pittsburgh, Virginia Beach,
and, when the games were in San
Francisco, at Stanford, we turned the
trip into an Alaskan cruise,” Kaiser
According to Kaiser, the Missouri
State Senior Games are extremely
well organized, particularly the
events in St. Louis.
“We have a really good competition
here; I have a state-level record
for triple jump. In swimming and
track, the records are fantastic. The
competition is excellent.” Kaiser
St. Louis’ high reputation among
senior athletes might be due, in part,
to the fact that the National Senior
Games began here, in 1985. The
frst two National Senior Olympic
Organization events were held in
St. Louis, in 1987 and 1989. The
United States Olympic Committee
objected to the name, however, and
the group was re-named the U.S.
National Senior Sports Organization
in 1990. Currently, there are 19
sports for senior athletes to choose
from, ranging from the more relaxed,
such as horseshoes, to the more
challenging, such as the triathlon.
Competitors must be at least 50
years of age, but interested young
people often volunteer at the events
to gain insight into the games.
“When I turned 50, I thought I
would try it out,” Kaiser said. “For
the hammer throw, javelin, and shot-
put, the frst time I competed was the
frst time I ever touched them.
I am not ever going to come in
frst place, but I enjoy trying,” she
continued. “From when I was 50 to
about 60, I tried to compete in all
the local sports they had, because I
wanted to meet the different groups.
I was having fun and meeting
Getting Active
For those who might still be sitting
on the sofa, Kaiser has a few easy
suggestions for getting active.
“I like people to put on a
pedometer and wear it for three days
to get a base number,” Kaiser said.
“Add a few hundred steps a week
and gradually increase. Anything
under 5,000 steps a day is considered
sedentary, and no one wants to be
“You need 150 minutes of activity,
but vacuuming is considered an
activity. So is mowing the lawn,” she
said. “Get your heart pumping a little
For Kaiser, living a healthy life
means trying new things, and doing
things a little bit better than the last
time. It means making good choices,
choosing to participate in life, and
not being a spectator.
Missouri State Senior Games Athlete
from page 1PT
Jane Kaiser readies to throw a discus, one of numerous track and feld events in
which she participates for Missouri Senior Olympics.
photo by Diana Linsley
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by David Baugher
As Sharon Houston walked
out in front of the crowd to speak
about her philosophy of life, a
Maya Angelou quote came to
“She said that surviving
is important but thriving is
elegant,” said the Concord Village
resident and retired Catholic
school principal who spent many
years at St. Michael’s School in
Shrewsbury. “When I read that
line of hers, I thought ‘That’s how
I feel.’”
She now helps others to thrive
as publicity chair for the Ms.
Missouri Senior Pageant and vice
president of the Missouri Cameo
Club, its sponsoring organization.
Her involvement began in 2008
when Houston decided to take
a shot at the title by competing
in the annual event which bills
itself as showcasing “women of
“That idea of women of elegance
caught my eye and as I learned
about the pageant, I thought
‘Maybe I could do this with a little
help,’” recalled Houston. “At frst,
you don’t know whether to enter
or not but I had a couple of friends
encourage me. My tap teacher at
the time said ‘I’ll even help you
with the routine.’”
Tap dancing is the other big
component of the equation for
Houston. The native St. Louisan
had had a lifelong interest in
dance, from ballet lessons as a
child through jitterbugging in
high school but she didn’t take a
liking to the art of tap until she
was past 50 and started attending
classes at St. Louis Community
“It was just a workout thing to
do once a week,” Houston said.
Soon, however, it turned into
more. Not only did she tap for
the talent portion of the 2008
competition, in which she won
Miss Congeniality, but she also
has been one of a number of
dancers who do an annual routine
for the event.
This year 17 dancers, including
Houston, danced to “Strike Up the
Band” at the annual pageant held
on July 13.
“We’ve all been contestants in
different years. We always open
the pageant with a number,” she
A lot of work was put into this
year’s event, which took place
at the Florissant Civic Center.
Contestant Deborah Gross was
named queen, Doris Voerster
was frst runner-up and Susan
Pellegrino was named second
Meanwhile, behind the scenes,
Cameo Club members volunteered
as ushers, greeters and backstage
The number of contestants in




Retired school
principal Sharon
Houston tap
dances her way
into the Ms.
Missouri Senior
Former Ms.
Senior Pageant
practice a tap
dance they
at Sunday’s
Pictured from
left: Judy Davis
of Robertsville,
Jeannine Liebich
of Florissant,
Sharon Houston
of Concord
Village, Cathy
Loyd of South
County and
Helen McGlynn of
photo by
Diana Linsley
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the event varies. Houston said there
have been as many as 14 in recent
years. This time around the total was
eight. The event is open to females age
60 and over. The winner goes on to Ms.
Senior America.
“I think it is really important, for
women especially, to get up every
day and do something to keep their
mind and their body going,” she said.
“Some people can do more than others
but you have to fnd what you can do,
maybe push yourself a little bit.”
The event is only one facet of the
Cameo Club, a non-proft established
in 1989 which does various charitable
“It’s a real sisterhood. Everybody
supports each other,” she said. “It is
just a nice group of women from all
walks of life.”
She said the pageant gives people a
chance to shine, something she feels is
“I’m so happy I did it because after
that weekend you have such a sense
of accomplishment. I got on that stage
by myself and tapped which I never
envisioned before,” she said. “It is
something that you just can’t ever
take away from yourself.”
Houston thinks others can have the
same experience she did.
“I’m hoping that they can think that
if you are 60 or over, you don’t have
to sit and watch television,” she said.
“You can be a senior woman and be
part of life.”
For more information on the event,
Sharon Houston
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by Marty Harris
Three area retirees are among 34
volunteers who are recipients of the
Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service
The honorees are Betty Gunder-
mann of Webster Groves, Roy Luber
of Kirkwood and John Rathman of St.
Louis. All three were nominated by
Joy Brother of Hidden Gems Resale,
a store that sells gently-used clothing,
furniture and merchandise to beneft
Lutheran Senior Services Benevolent
“We feel blessed,” said Brother,
director or Move-In Resources and
Resale for Lutheran Senior Services
(LSS). “They each have their strengths
which they use to their fullest.”
She said Gundermann is really
good at displaying things and mak-
ing them look great. Luber hangs all
the pictures and is really good with
the customers, while Rathman helps
move the furniture.
Hidden Gems Resale, which opened
in May 2013 at 9051 Watson Road in
Crestwood, is the brainchild of Broth-
er. Brother works with seniors when
they move from their homes of many,
many years to a Lutheran Senior Ser-
vices community. The resale shop pro-
vides an outlet for those adults to get
rid of their stuff when they move and
also to help others.
While Brother said Hidden Gems
receives donations from all over the
area, about 75 to 80 percent of dona-
tions come from its seniors.
The shop’s proceeds beneft Luther-
an Senior Services Benevolent Care
which takes care of people who live in
LSS retirement communities should
they run out of money, Brother said.
“All three of our volunteers started
out because of their dedication to Lu-
theran Senior Services,” Brother said.
“They came in from the beginning (of
Hidden Gems Resale) helping getting
the store ready, really working hard
and continuing to work many, many
hours every week.”
The shop has 31 volunteers, but
could use more, Brother noted.
Retirees Honored With Senior
Service Award For Volunteerism
Area residents
Roy Luber, Betty
Gundermann &
John Rathman
recognized for
service at LSS’
Hidden Gems
Luber Gundermann
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Kirkwood Inc. offers senior adults a
variety of events and activities.
The volunteer-based organization
provides programs, services and en-
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55 years or older. Its services include
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Adventures in Learning classes are
offered at three community sites: Web-
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the Christian Life Center, Harrison
Avenue Missionary Baptist Church
in Kirkwood and Douglass Manor in
Webster Groves.
The latest session of Adventures
in Learning at Shepherd’s Center,
located in the Christian Life Center,
1333 W. Lockwood Ave. in Glendale,
began on July 11. It continues on Fri-
days, 8:30 to noon, through Aug. 1.
The morning begins with breakfast
followed by 50-minute classes at 9:10
a.m., 10:10 a.m. and 11:10 a.m. Class-
es feature a myriad of offerings from
chair yoga to art and history.
The Aug. 1 session will be a “sweet
day.” At 9:10 a.m., Tom Cooper will
present a program about “Candy.”
At 10:10 a.m. hear about the 250 St.
Louis Anniversary Cakes around
town and at 11:10 a.m. hear the sweet
sounds of the Good News Quartet. At
noon, stay for the ice cream social cel-
ebrating the “sweet 16” anniversary of
Shepherd’s Center.
In August Damaris Karanja and
Linda Rellergert, nutrition and health
specialists from University of Missou-
ri Extension will teach “It’s So Easy
To Preserve.”
The series features the latest re-
search and methods for home food
preservation. Classes will be held on
Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon, on Aug. 15,
22 and 29. The cost is $15 for one ses-
sion; $40 for all three. To register or
more information, call Janie Lewis at
Shepherd’s Center at Harrison
Avenue MBC, 355 S. Harrison Ave.,
offers chair yoga on Tuesdays from
11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. On Aug. 19,
join the tour for Cahokia Mounds.
On Sept. 9, come for lunch at Sweetie
Pies. All feld trip transportation is by
volunteer carpool.
At Douglass Manor, located at 546-
548 N. Elm Ave. in Webster Groves,
line/slide dance every Thursday from
10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Chair yoga is of-
fered on the second and fourth Thurs-
day of every month from 11:15 a.m. to
noon. On Aug. 7, guest speaker Susan
Eaton will present “My South African
For a complete schedule of pro-
grams at Harrison Avenue and Dou-
glass Manor, call Betsy Solomon at
779-9231. For information about other
activities, call Shepherd’s Center at
395-0988 or visit its website at www.
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The volunteer-based
organization has
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activities for area
seniors for 16 years
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Looking at my eyes I see a lack of
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Looking at my smile I see discolored
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In my mind I see tone and
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In my mind I see delicate,
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Looking at my legs I see
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In my mind I see unmarked
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Ronald N. Vogt and Sandra K. (nee Deck)
Vogt of Sunset Hills celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 3,
with their children and grandchildren. They
were married May 2, 1964, at Shaw United
Methodist Church in St. Louis. Ronald is
the son of the late Nelson and Marie Vogt
of St. Louis. Sandra is the daughter of the
late William Deck Jr. and Lois Scott of St.
Louis. The couple are retired and have three
children: Kathy, Jeff and Amy. They have
fve grandchildren: Elizabeth, Lucy, Claire,
Sam and Jack.
Lorraine and Richard H. Rudolph,
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60-Year Reunion For
St. Anthony’s High Grads
The 1954 graduation class of St. Anthony’s High School, which was located in
South St. Louis, held its 60th consecutive reunion on June 12 at the Missouri
Athletic Club West Many attendees started kindergarten together and then grade
school and high school. Members now live throughout the area. Thirty-one girls
were in the class; 15 attended the reunion. Pictured, from left: First row - Joan
Valentine Menk, Helen Unnerstall Strong, Mary Anne Gansmann Erbs; second
row - Doris Corbett Esswein, Pat Nieters, Anna Marie Stockert Leimberg,
Sharon Depke Bader, Margie Behr Waeckerle, JoAnn Uhlinger Heatherly; third
row - Mary Carol Hoernschmeyer Unnerstall, Joan King Blumenkemper, Carol
Pelly Leimberg, Carol Fahrenhorst Moorkamp, Gloria Krejci Schweiger, Cecelia
Starman Deuser.
About four in ten people have
known a friend or relative in a coma
or suffering from a terminal illness in
the past fve years – a situation that
often prompts discussion of end-of-
life care.
If incapacitated in some form,
would loved ones know your wishes?
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medical professionals say it’s so im-
portant for individuals to have an ad-
vance medical directive.
“Everyone over the age of 18
should have an advance medical di-
rective,” said Heather Stock, Palli-
ative Care nurse at SSM St. Clare
Health Center. “The main purpose of
the directive is to allow you to pro-
vide guidance to your loved ones and
care givers about how you want to be
treated if your health condition keeps
you from speaking for yourself.
An advance medical directive
(AMD) can be as simple or complex
as an individual wants to make it. It
gives individuals the opportunity to
create the vision for how they would
be cared for in the future especially if
they were to develop a chronic illness,
be severely injured or become unable
to make decisions for themselves.
“It will allow you to state in ad-
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treatments you want or don’t want,
such as breathing and kidney ma-
chines, feeding tubes and CPR,”
Stock said. “You also will be able to
express your thoughts about manag-
ing pain, where you want to die, and
if you want to donate your organs or
tissues after death.”
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of severely or terminally ill patients
studied had an advance medical di-
rective in their fles. And only 12
percent of patients with one, had dis-
cussed it with their doctor.
“I have helped care for patients
with and without a health care di-
rective, and many times when they
don’t, the family is left to wonder
what their loved one would have
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• “Barre Fitness Class,” a “fun”
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Pilates and yoga, will also be held in
Kirkwood. It meets on Fridays, Aug.
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is $44 per session.
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The benefts of staying healthy are
universal but become increasingly
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“Top 6” list of the actions seniors can
take to assure a long, vital life.
1. Know the 3Ws of Your
Know what your medicines are,
why you are taking them and the
proper way to take them. Don’t be
timid. Be your own medical advocate.
Studies show that people who active-
ly participate in their health care
program when a doctor offers choices
live longer, happier lives.
2. Get Your Beauty Sleep
The common misconception is
that sleep needs decline with age.
Actually, according to the Nation-
al Sleep Foundation, sleep needs
remain constant throughout adult-
hood, including the senior years.
While it is reasonable to expect that
your sleep patterns will change as
you age, practicing good sleep habits
will make it easier for you to get the
seven to nine hours of shut-eye most
people need. So, establish and keep
a set routine, avoid caffeine late in
the day and limit liquids and snacks
right before bedtime to help you fall
asleep and stay asleep. The rewards
are apparent: good energy levels and
mental clarity.
3. Get A Move On
For an older adult, a daily exercise
routine of 20 minutes a day is opti-
The National Institute of Health
recommends a program that includes
the four main types of exercise –
strength, balance, stretching and
endurance. If a full routine isn’t pos-
sible, just taking a fve-minute walk
will help maintain endurance and
strength – capabilities that will help
to prevent falls. And, falls are among
the leading reasons why older people
are forced to leave their homes. Exer-
cise also increases lung capacity and
promotes clear thinking.
4. Bottoms Up
Surprising, perhaps, but the dai-
ly water consumption requirements
of older adults is no different than
that of the young. So, the goal is to
drink eight, 8-ounce glasses of water
a day. In older adults, drinking plen-
ty of fuid helps prevent urinary tract
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The “ounce of prevention/pound of
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South County Bethesda Terrace 314-846-6400
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South County Assisted Living at Charless Village 314-606-9891
Skilled Nursing Care Communities (with Memory Care & Rehab Services)
Oakland Bethesda Dilworth 314-968-5460
South County Bethesda Southgate 314-606-9891
Home and Community Based Services
Bethesda Rehab and Therapy Center in Oakland & South County 314-800-1911
Bethesda Senior Therapy – Outpatient Therapy in Webster Groves 314-218-2610
St. Andrews and Bethesda Home Health 314-218-2600
Bethesda Senior Support Solutions 314-963-2200
Bethesda Hospice Care 314-446-0623
Adult Day Care at Bethesda Dilworth 314-446-2103
Adult Day Care at Charless Village 314-606-9891
314-800-1911 •
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(CHESTERFIELD, MO 63017) (636) 821-8057
(ST. LOUIS, MO 63128) (314) 549-8011
140 E. Jefferson • 314-821-5770
Service Program
brings the library
to your door!
Free home delivery to
Kirkwood residents unable to
come to the library.
Delivery of books, movies, music
and more to homes, senior centers,
skilled nursing, group homes.
Call 821-5770 ext. 1025
to sign up today.
8780 Big Bend, Suite G
Webster Groves | 314.918.0088
Your Options
is the First Step
The Elder & Estate Planning
Law Firm’s attorneys and staff
provide experience, knowledge
and an ethic of care.
330 West Lockwood Ave. at Rock Hill Rd.
Senior Living in Historic Old Webster
Wine Tasting
September 15, 3-5 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/14
Jazz & Blues Festival
Open House
September 19, 12-7 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/14
Champagne Brunch
September 20, 12-2 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/18
330 West Lockwood Ave. at Rock Hill Rd.
Senior Living in Historic Old Webster
Wine Tasting
September 15, 3-5 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/14
Jazz & Blues Festival
Open House
September 19, 12-7 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/14
Champagne Brunch
September 20, 12-2 p.m.
r.s.v.p. by 9/18
Call today for
Information or
a Personal Visit
The Lauer and
Lauber Families
own and operate
The Rockwood.
They are proud to
provide excellent
service and a
wonderful value
to Residents and
their families.
The Rockwood offers
Independent Living with chef
prepared meals, housekeeping,
transportation, concierge services
and plenty of fun and enriching
activities. Call today to learn
more about living at this perfectly
located jewel of Webster Groves!
Senior Living Community
330 West Lockwood Ave. at Rock Hill Rd.
Local Owners,
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We care about
your health...
Lynn Schmittgens, R.Ph.
Affton Medicine Shoppe
7922 Mackenzie Rd.
at Heege
Affton, MO 63123
M-F: 9:30 - 6, Sat: 9-1
Call 314-638-3535 to transfer your prescription
*Valid in store at the Affton location only. Limit one $5 gift card per
customer/per person while supplies last when you transfer or bring in a
new prescription. No cash value. Expires 9-30-14. Code: SCT0914
1. Experienced pharmacists
We're locally-owned and operated. Lynn
has over 20 years of hands on patient care
and an extensive knowledge of health care.
2. Free next day delivery
We will deliver your prescriptions along
with any OTC or personal care items such
as aspirin or toothpaste for free.
3. Same co-pay with no wait
Avoid long lines and get your prescriptions
quickly; your co-pay likely will remain the
same. Come on in or use our convenient
drive-through window.
4. We care about you
Our focus is on patient care – not
prescription volume. We get to know you
and your individual health needs, plus we
have real people answer the phone!
5. We accept your insurance including
Express Scripts, Blue Cross, MO HealthNet,
MO Rx, Caremark, Medicaid, Medicare, etc.
Receive a free $5.00
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Den with your new or
transferred prescription
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Plus, five other reasons to choose us as your pharmacy
Enjoy bingo, socializing and lunch
at Mid-County Muni Lunch and
The event is held the frst
Thursday of most months, 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Webster Groves
Recreation Complex, 33 E. Glendale
at Elm.
Advance phone registration is
required by the preceding Monday
by calling Al Hayden at Rock Hill
Parks and Recreation, 968-1410.
The cost is $6 for Muni residents
and non-residents, $8 at the door.
Mid-County Muni includes the
communities of Webster Groves,
Crestwood, Rock Hill and Sunset
Socialize With
Lunch & Bingo
Cars have changed. So have
traffc rules, driving conditions and
the roads. Learn the latest at AARP
Smart Driver Course.
This unique four-hour classroom
refresher course for drivers age 50
and older will be held in Crestwood
on Thursday, Aug. 21, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. The course provides new
information to help seniors learn how
to improve driving more safely.
Pre-registration is required;
however, no payment is due until the
class date. The cost is $12 for AARP
members, $14 for non-members. To
register, call 729-4860.
Graduates may be able to qualify
for a discount on auto insurance.
AARP Smart
Driver Course
16-PT Webster-Kirkwood Times & South County Times July 18 - 24, 2014
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