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Youth Tour contest accepting entries

Entries are being accepted now through March 8 for the 51st Annual Youth Tour contest, which will culminate with six finalists traveling to Washington, D.C., this summer for the National Youth Tour Friday, June 14 through Thursday, June 20.

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Bringing care and comfort to the St. Louis community

For more than 100 years, the Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis has been bringing care to people where they live, where they work, wherever they are. As a leading nonprofit with a focus on serving an aging population in the region, VNA’s programs and services help bring care and comfort to individuals and their caregivers. Hospice Care helps patients and families live fully each day by providing end-of-life services to those with terminal illness such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, cancer, and end-stage respiratory failure and heart failure. VNA’s hospice team includes doctors, nurses, aides, social workers, chaplains and volunteers ...

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Put estate planning at the top of your New Year’s resolutions list

Everyone needs a will or a trust, and the New Year is a great time to cross this important item off your to-do list. If you own assets of any kind – a home, car, investments, life insurance or other possessions – then you have an “estate” and you need an estate plan. TuckerAllen can help. Their process is easy, and their fixed fees are stated up front. There are no surprises. TuckerAllen is a law firm dedicated to helping individuals and families determine their estate planning needs, ranging from wills and trusts, long-term care planning for a loved one, ...

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Outstanding preparation for an exceptional life

With a 150-acre campus located at I-64 and Mason Road in West St. Louis County, Saint Louis Priory School is a Benedictine, Catholic school serving 400 boys in grades 7-12. “Priory provides an academically rigorous preparatory experience guided by deeply rooted values that cultivate faith-centered, virtuous, educated young men,” said Alice Dickherber, the school’s director of admissions. The school offers a traditional liberal arts education, and 87 percent of the faculty has advanced degrees. Students have the opportunity to learn the art of stained glass, mosaics and calligraphy through the only medieval arts program of its kind in the U.S. ...

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Providing kitchen solutions for over 28 years

Restaurants. Once you begin, it sticks, stays in your blood, runs in your family. That’s St. Charles Restaurant Equipment. Family. St. Charles Restaurant Equipment began when owners Clark and Denise Morelli looked for solutions to their Pantera’s Pizza franchise. From there, they got into kitchen equipment sales. They looked at getting out of the business once – when the economy went south and people were hanging on to their purse strings. But the business is in their blood, in their family, and they didn’t give up. Now, St. Charles Restaurant Equipment has expanded to a beautiful storefront location along Hwy. ...

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