Kiwanis recognizes local member

The Kiwanis Club of O’Fallon recently recognized member Chuck Alphin from the Boys and Girls Club of St. Charles County as a part of its quarterly Community Recognition Program where Kiwanis members honor members who make a difference in the local area. Chuck was honored for his endeavors in bettering the lives of local children.

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Glimpses of Light: Hungarian missionary shares his passion with St. Charles community

Marta and Tibor Miklos

Tibor Miklos visits the United States every two years to speak to schools and churches about his Christian organization called the Bartimeus Foundation in Budapest, Hungary. Through the organization, he and his team work with communities in Hungary, Romania and surrounding areas to help provide both daily necessities and faith-based needs. Miklos' most recent visit was to Christian High in O'Fallon.

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Favazza’s: Where old world charm meets delectable dining since 1978

By WENDY TODD Food worth traveling for – that’s what Favazza’s has consistently delivered since opening in 1978. John Favazza, who owns and operates the restaurant with his brother, Tony, knows what draws customers from throughout the region – whether from St. Louis, St. Charles or Illinois. “It’s customer service. You can have the best food in the world, but if you don’t have someone who’s greeting you, serving you and evaluating your needs, you won’t return. All these things go into creating a great dining experience,” John said. Though attentive customer service has been fundamental to Favazza’s’ success since ...

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Beyond Wrinkles: Botox offers effective treatment for common bladder condition

Every November, Bladder Health Awareness Month brings a national focus to bladder problems like incontinence, which becomes a major health issue as people age – especially among women. Often due to a common condition called overactive bladder [OAB], incontinence and the physical and mental discomfort that go with it impact millions of women of all ages, but mainly those over 50.

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