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2013 Progress Bulletin Area vol. 1

2013 Progress Bulletin Area vol. 1

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Published by Lillie Newspapers
The Sky's The Limit - 2013 Progress. A publication promoting area businesses in Arden Hills, Mounds View, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, New Brighton, Shoreview, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. This edition features PJW Automotive, St. Anthony Kiwanis Club, The Truman Company, Fairway Collision and Automotive, Chandler Place, Honest-1 Auto Care and Christina Clinic. Progress is a Lillie Printing publication.
The Sky's The Limit - 2013 Progress. A publication promoting area businesses in Arden Hills, Mounds View, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, New Brighton, Shoreview, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. This edition features PJW Automotive, St. Anthony Kiwanis Club, The Truman Company, Fairway Collision and Automotive, Chandler Place, Honest-1 Auto Care and Christina Clinic. Progress is a Lillie Printing publication.

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11/16/2013

 
The thrill of progress fuels theupward momentum of successfulbusiness. See for yourself why  your local establishmentssoar above the rest.
 Week of February 17, 2013 • Supplement to the Bulletin • Published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers, Inc.
 
PJW Automotive now offersa courtesy inspection service sothat everyone can bring in theirvehicles and develop a qualityrepair plan that’s right for them.“We’re trying to help peopleunderstand where they are in thelifetime of their car, so they canwisely spend their money and budget it out,” says owner PatWhelan.PJW Automotive keeps adetailed record of every vehicle’srepairs, and technicians willalways be honest about whatneeds to be fixed immediatelyand what can wait.For 33 years, PJW Automotivehas served the New Brightoncommunity and Twin Citiesmetro area with reliable andaffordable car care.When PJW first opened itsdoors on Old Highway 8, most of the surrounding land was unde-veloped. Whelan smiles as herecalls he did no market research,took a gamble with the property,and it paid off.“It was a good location, itdeveloped well, and it was agood community to be a part of,”Whelan explains.That community investmenthas brought in second- and third-generation customers to PJWAutomotive for the same friendlyattention and care.“We still want to feel like ourcustomers are extended family.We want to do the job right,”Whelan says.PJW Automotive has seen itsclientele grow and change inthe past year as it increased itsonline presence and interactiv-ity. Great client reviews onlineconsistently bring in new cus-tomers.Customers can also now makean appointment reservationonline or from the mobile-readysmartphone site.The shop’s redesigned web-site also includes video, socialmedia and PJ’s blog with carcare tips and suggestions. PJWAutomotive has also revampedits waiting area so that it feelsmore spacious and comfortablefor customers.
Veteran mechanicsknow your car
In addition to some newcustomer service perks andconsistently top-notch repairwork, PJW Automotive has alsoretained its trusted, longtimeemployees. The mechanic teamhas more than 100 combinedyears of experience and expertise,and all mechanics have multiplecertifications and stay up-to-datewith continuing education.Shop supervisor Tom Ferronand mechanics Mike Londonand Tom Richter have advancedcertification from the NationalInstitute for Automotive ServiceExcellence, and they specializein certain fields of repair. PJWAutomotive technicians are wellversed in domestic brands suchas GM, Ford and Chrysler, aswell as international brands suchas Toyota, Honda and Nissan.This expertise creates a trust-ing relationship between custom-ers and PJW Automotive.“We’d rather just tell you whatyou need,” Whelan says. “Thereare tons of legitimate repairs thatneed to be done in cars withoutus having to suggest things thatdon’t need to be done.”
PJW Automotive treats customers like family
Left, owner Pat Whalen sees his customers as his “extended family.” Center, certified auto technician and PJW supervisor Tom Ferron runs computerdiagnostics to diagnose a vehicle’s problem. Right, certified auto technician Mike London replaces a wheel bearing that’s been lost to rust.
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any car owners inthis tough economyare looking to savesome cash by extending thelife of their vehicle, and PJW Automotive is dedicated to help-ing people find the best solutions for car maintenance.
For more than three decades,PJW Automotive has servedthe community of New Brightonand Twin Cities metro area.
 
Chartered in 1962, the St. AnthonyKiwanis Club consists of business-people, retirees, friends and neighborswith a desire to serve the communityand make it a better place. The cluboffers men and women the chance toserve the community and have fun atthe same time.Club president Tim Mezzenga saysone goal for 2013 is to increase mem- bership. The club currently has 49members - the most in the chapter’shistory - but the group would wel-come new faces.“We want to encourage peopleto get involved in any capacity,”Mezzenga says. “We want to inspire ayounger generation to work with thisgreat organization, even if they canonly commit to a few hours a month.”Kiwanis members are active in allfacets of the community, especiallylocal schools. They enjoy helping chil-dren with reading in classrooms, andoften distribute donations, such asshoes, blankets and other necessitiesto kids in need.The Kiwanis organization supportsvarious youth programs, includingthe K-Kids Club (which has 37 mem- bers), Builders Club (30 members),Key Club (25 members) and AktionClub (18 members). New this year isthe 70-member Circle K Club, whichis designed for college students.“Our young volunteers in theseclubs are taught that there is a lotof need in their community and areshown ways they can help,” says TomMiller, a long-time Kiwanis member.The club also fundraises to supportlocal food shelves, Feed My StarvingChildren, scholarship programs,Camp Courage, Special Olympics,Meals on Wheels and the SalvationArmy’s outreach programs.
Saving lives,building camaraderie
In addition to the St. AnthonyKiwanis Club’s local projects, Kiwanisas a whole has joined UNICEF in aneffort to eliminate maternal and neo-natal tetanus across the globe. Thisdeadly disease is known as MNTand once contracted, the fatality ratecan reach 100 percent in some of thepoorest areas of the world. Withoutadequate healthcare, newborns cansuffer repeated convulsions and arepainfully sensitive to light and even totheir mother’s touch.Although tragic, the disease ispreventable. Together with UNICEF,Kiwanis clubs support funding toget these women vaccinated, whichwill protect babies they deliver inthe future.“In past years we have raisedaround $3,000 each year towardthe global effort in eliminatingtetanus,” says Paul Redlinger, aKiwanis member since 1992.“We have also raised, on aver-age, about $20,000 per year in fund-ing that goes directly to those inneed right here in St. Anthony.”The St. Anthony Kiwanis Clubmeets at noon on the second andfourth Wednesdays of the monthat Culver’s for meals and general-interest topics or special projectspeakers.The club also meets at 7:30 a.m.on the third Wednesday of themonth.For more information about join-ing the St. Anthony Kiwanis Club,or information on volunteering,contact Tim Mezzenga at 612-804-0875 or tim@tracyprinting.com.
Kiwanis Club of St. Anthony Village
A thank you to the businesses and individuals who are
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nancial supporters of ourwork serving the youth in our community in the 2010/2011 Kiwanis year.
PLATINUM LEVEL
Berger Transfer Business Data Records Coldwell Banker Burnet Paul RedlingerTracy Printing
GOLD LEVEL
Culver’s Restaurant Fitness Crossroads St. Anthony Eye Clinic Dr. Todd Hanson
SILVER LEVEL
Alliance Mechanical Devices C G Hill & Sons Edina Realty Eric YoungIntl. Union of Operating Engineers, Local #49 Lighthouse of Columbia HeightsMichael Petersen, DDS, PA St. Anthony Mobil Union Bank and TrustVillage Orthodontist – Dr. Andrew Wahl Washburn McReavy Funeral Chapels
BRONZE LEVEL
Boker’s Inc Compton Cleaning Service Gilbert Brother’s InsuranceHamann, Mike Koehler and Dramm Inc. MVP Construction Mark Van PatterNorthland Auto Repair Northstar Inspection Services Ohl, JohnRoyal Alliance Financial Stroom, Paul and Jan Twin City FederalWagner, George and Audrey WSB and Associates
BENEFACTOR LEVEL
Abrahamson, Dave and June All State Insurance Ronald Beckstrom Apache Animal HospitalAutumn Woods BC Anderson Electric Beugen, Robert - AttorneyBillman-Hunt Mortuary Bremer Bank Coldwell Banker Burnet –Shawna GibsonColdwell Banker Burnet Joe Kasel Crestview Nursing Home Dunn, Rick and CarolEdward Jones Bob Barmore Exemplar Ted Holsten Greenhaven PrintingGunderson, Dale and Norma Hale, Dale and Sharon Hannay’sHappy’s Potato Chips Higgins Insurance Kemper and AssociatesLowry Barber Lowry Grove Partnership, LLP Marudas Printing ServiceMiller, Tom Murphy Service O’Brien, Thomas and ShirleyRedlinger, Lynn State Farm Insurance Tam Chan TC Webtech Barb McIntyreVerizon Wireless Walter R. Hammond Co Woodland Bank Brian NicklasonZappia LeVahn & Hever
 
Kiwanis Club of St. Anthony Village
Thank you to the businesses and individuals who are
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nancial supporters of ourwork serving the youth in our community in the 2012/2013 Kiwanis year.
St. Anthony Kiwanis Club:Serving the local and global community
he word Kiwaniscomes from the Indianword meaning “webuild,” and considering all of St.Anthony Kiwanis Club’s com-munity-building activities, theterm certainly fits.
St. Anthony Kiwanis members participated in the dedication of the Key Club Garden.The Kiwanis organization supports various youth programs, including the Aktion and Key clubs.

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