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For 36 years, the team at Personal
Care Dentistry has been treat-
ing patients like they were family
— with compassion, respect and
excellence. Their family of dentists,
hygienists and office staff blend the
latest technology with a gentle touch
in a warm, caring atmosphere. Their
never-ending quest for excellence
in dental care has resulted in Dr.
Walter Hunt, D.D.S., the founder
of Personal Care Dentistry, being
named ‘Top Dentist’ by Minneapolis
St. Paul Magazine for 4 consecutive
years and voted ‘Top Dentist’ by the
Roseville Review for the last 7 years.
“Dentistry is not what it used
to be,” emphasizes Dr. Hunt.
“Advancements in dental technol-
ogy, paired with our highly experi-
enced team, now create a treatment
experience that is quicker, longer
lasting, and more enjoyable than
ever before.”
Personal Care Dentistry, located
in Roseville at 2233 Hamline
Avenue North, Suite 320, recently
expanded their clinic to take up the
entire third floor of the office build-
ing they are in. They now have more
than 8,000 square feet of state-of-
the-art treatment facilities for their
four dentists and more than a dozen
dental hygienists to provide the very
best care possible. This is the third
time the clinic has expanded at this
same location, where they started in
1977 with less than 500 square feet
of space.
“Many of our patients have been
coming to us for decades,” notes
Zach Hunt, Clinic Administrator at
Personal Care Dentistry. “They truly
feel we are an extension of their fam-
ily and that they can always depend
on us to provide excellent care based
on compassion, respect and personal-
ized service. Our motto is ‘We Serve
the World’s Greatest Patients’ and we
take that approach with each of our
patients.” Personal Care Dentistry
was recently awarded the Angie’s List
SuperService Award for the third
consecutive year.
According to Dr. Hunt, “We
take the time to really listen to our
patients and provide close, personal
attention to best customize their
care. I know the kind of care that I
demand as a patient, and that is the
kind of care that I strive to provide.
I call it ‘Golden Rule Dentistry.’ It is
a philosophy shared by all of our staff
members.”
Zach Hunt notes that Personal
Care Dentistry offers both same-day
emergency appointments and early
morning and evening appointments.
“Whether you’re an ‘early bird or
night owl,’ we can accommodate you.
We open as early as 6:30 a.m. and
stay open as late as 8 p.m. We are
dedicated to making sure our services
are as easily available as possible.”
Personal Care Dentistry offers a
variety of treatments and techniques
to keep patients comfortable dur-
ing their appointments, says Dr.
Hunt. “Whether our patient suffers
from Dental Anxiety, a strong gag
reflex or simply prefer to be a little
less aware of the treatment they’re
receiving during their appointments
with us, they have options.”
Personal Care Dentistry also
makes sure that all patients – with
our without insurance — can afford
access to the outstanding care
that they are known for providing.
Personal Care Dentistry accepts most
plans offered by the major dental
insurance providers.
For patients with restrictive
health insurance plans (or no health
insurance), there are several options
available. These include 1) Quality
Dental Plan – a dental savings mem-
bership program that will cover all
of a patient’s preventive care and
a portion of restorative care, or 2)
CareCredit, a personal line of credit
that can be used for various health-
care treatments and procedures and
has no-interest and low-interest pay-
ment plans.
“We truly believe that if you
make an appointment at our clinic,
you will experience the best in pre-
ventative, restorative and cosmetic
dentistry at Personal Care Dentistry,”
says Zach Hunt in conclusion.
EXPERIENCE THE
DIFFERENCE
At Personal Care Dentistry, you’ll fnd award-winning dentistry that blends the
latest technology with a gentle touch in a warm, caring atmosphere. For 36 years,
patients have experienced the difference at Personal Care Dentistry!
2233 Hamline Avenue North, Suite 320 · Roseville, MN 55113 Phone: 651.636.0655 · www.personalcaredentistry.com
· Gentle cleanings
· Lasting crowns and bridges
· Nonsurgical gum care
· Dentures and partials
· Cosmetic whitening, bonding
and veneers
· TMJ solutions
· Implants
· Invisalign clear braces
Emergency
Same-day
Appointments
Very Early
Morning And
Evening
Appointments
NEW PATIENT SPECIAL
Cleaning, exam and
X-rays (4 bite-wing)
Some restrictions apply.
Please bring in this offer for the new patient special.
$
69
Personal Care Dentistr, Has Been Delivering
Compassionate Care for 36 Years
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Dr. Walter Hunt has been named ‘Top Dentist’ by Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine for 4
consecutive years and voted ‘Top Dentist’ by the Roseville Review for the last 7 years
Personal Care Dentistry is one of the few dental clinics in the Twin Cities with
state-of-the-art 3D imaging capabilities, which enhances diagnosis and treat-
ment planning.
Many of Personal Care Dentistry’s patients have been coming to the clinic at
2233 Hamline Avenue North for decades.
Personal Care Dentistry www.personalcaredentistry.com
www.EpiscopalHomes.org Episcopal Homes of Minnesota
Midway Village will house three residences. They will add 168 new homes to Episcopal Homes' Midway campus. The Fairview Avenue Green Line station will be at the door.
Live life to the fullest at Episcopal Homes
Episcopal Homes President & CEO Marvin J. Plakut and Community Relations
Director Deb Veit with Midway Village rising behind them.
A lot has changed since Sister
Annette RelI Iounded the original
Episcopal Church Home in 1894.
'Sister Annettes mission to
proviae safe, aignihea homes for
seniors ana support their physical,
social, ana spiritual neeas has
remainea unchangea,` says Deb
Veit, Director oI Community
Relations, 'but our aehnition of
Sister Annettes mission has grown
in scope ana scale.`
Episcopal Homes` mission
has grown to include the entire
continuum oI senior homes and
services: Long-Term Care, Short-
Term Rehab, Assisted Living,
Catered Living, Independent
Living, and Home Care.
'We set the stage for all of our
resiaents to fully embrace life,`
says Veit, 'ana people aont have
to be Episcopalian to live here. In
fact, most of our resiaents arent.`
Midway ViIIage Rising
When Midway Village is com-
pleted later this year, it will add
three new residences to Episcopal
Homes` Midway campus: The
Terrace at Iris Park (Catered
Living), Episcopal Church Home
- The Gardens (Skilled Nursing
and Memory Care), and Midway
Pointe (AIIordable Independent
Living). 'Miaway Jillage will
grow the number of resiaents our
home campus serves by 60º,`
says Marvin J. Plakut, Episcopal
Homes President and CEO. 'The
aemana for what we ao is so great
that all three resiaences shoula be
fully occupiea when they open.`
“Te idea behind Te Terrace
at Iris Park is for residents to be
able to stay in their homes for the
rest of their lives,” says Veit. “We
will help preserve and enhance their
independence by catering to their
needs as they change.”
Te Terrace will ofer 58 one
and two-bedroom apartments. It
will open this fall on November 1
st

with the Green Line at the door.
Fewer than 10 apartments remain.
Minnesota's First
Episcopal Church Home -
The Gardens will be the Iirst
Skilled Nursing and Memory
Care residence in Minnesota built
around the nationally acclaimed
GREEN HOUSE
×
Moael of Care.
Imagine your loved one living in
a 10-person home and enjoying
four times more personal attention
than in conventional nursing
homes! For the whole story, visit
www.theGreenHouseProject.org.
The third residence in Midway
Village will be Midway Pointe.
There are already over 250 people
on the waiting list Ior its 50 aIIord-
able one-bedroom apartments.
'Many people actually become
more active when they move here,`
concludes Veit. 'Freeaom from
home maintenance chores opens
up time for them to focus on the
things they love, ana they ao'`
The Green Line will be at the
door when Midway Village opens,
and that will give residents even
more Ireedom. It will be an exciting
place to call HOME.
As he begins his 45th year
of auto service, Ted Brausen,
owner of Brausen’s Family
Repair Centers, says he wants
to thank customers for sup-
porting his family for two
generations, including loyal
customers who move away
but still keep coming back
for service.
His customers would prob-
ably like to thank him as
well for offering high-quality
service and products for their
automobiles all these years.
“I am a good customer
and they treat me really
well,” says Liz Ofstead of
Shoreview, a customer for
over 15 years. “I like the
repairs and maintenance they
do, and they’re upfront about
telling me the cost, which is
as reasonable as any place.
They advise me if my tires
can last a few more months
and if it’s worth it to do cer-
tain repairs or just buy a new
car. ... And they offer me
rides.”
Brausen started manag-
ing the Arden Hills busi-
ness when he was 17 and a
senior at Mounds View High
School after his father, Joe,
who started the business in
1969, could no longer do
so because of medical rea-
sons. Over the years, Ted
Brausen expanded the busi-
ness, adding service stations
in Roseville and Blaine,
and more recently, Blaine
Tire and Auto Center. He
offers full automotive ser-
vice, including brake repairs,
regular maintenance and tire
sales.
Brausen’s wife, Cheri,
does the bookkeeping while
his son, Jake, is a service
manager at the Arden Hills
location. And some staff
members have worked there
so long they are like family,
Brausen adds. Three employ-
ees have been with the
business for over 30 years,
including Dave Isakson, who
manages the Arden Hills
location and Mike Kelly, the
Roseville manager.
Customers are treated like
family as well, and are greet-
ed by name. Brausen also
offers courtesy rides in the
area and free loner cars when
a vehicle is in for major
repairs.
Brausen explains that in
addition to providing the
highest quality customer
service, his business is also
quality-driven when it comes
to repairs. “There’s a lot of
difference in car parts. It
always intrigues me why peo-
ple would want the cheapest
tires and brakes and give up
a lot of safety and features
and noise problems by going
cheap. We put the right
parts in, not the cheapest,
and we’re honest about what
we sell people.”
Ted notes customers can
make service appointments
on their website at www.
brausenauto.com. And his
computerized record-keeping
system makes it easy to keep
track of service done and ser-
vice needed.
“In the ‘70s if a car could
make 100,000 miles, it was
amazing. Now you can go an
additional 100,000 miles if
your car is well maintained,”
Brausen says. “It’s important
to have the right people
doing the maintenance, and
we are the right people. My
employees are paid well to
take care of you, and that’s a
big reason people trust us.”
Brausen's qualit, keeps
customers coming back
Brausen’s Family Repair Centers www.brausenauto.com
1306 County Rd. E W
Arden Hills
651-633-4100
2170 N. Dale St.
Roseville
651-488-8800
If you are already a
customer - Thank You…
• Quality - ASE Certified Technicians.
• No Surprises - All work must be approved by you.
• Warranty - 12 month, 12,000 miles on parts & labor.
• Extended Warranty Work - accepted.
• Free Shuttle Service - in local areas.
• Work Done Right - the first time, on time.
Established in 1969
JOE
www.brausenauto.com
If not, please give us a try.
We think you’ll be back.
Every oil change includes a
bumper-to-bumper maintenance inspection
Specials good at both locations!
$
40 OFF
Any Set of
4 Tires
Must present coupon at
time of service. Not valid
with other discounts.
Offer expires 5/31/14
Any Fluid Flush
$
20

OFF
• Coolant
• Transmission
• Power Steering
• Brake
Must present coupon at time
of service. Not valid with other
specials or discount. Offer expires 5/31/14
$
25

OFF
Any Brake
Service
over $100
Must present coupon at time
of service. Not valid with other
specials or discount.
Offer expires 5/31/14
February &
March 2014
ONLY!
15% OFF
Any Service
(Maximum savings $100)
Excludes towing, tires &
batteries. Not valid with other
coupons or specials
$
49
99
Travel Special
*Change Oil & Filter • Rotate Tires
• Perform Alignment Check
• Load Test Battery
• Service Battery Cable Ends
PLUS INSPECTS:
• Belts & Hoses • Brakes • Lights
• Wiper Blades • Under Hood Fluids
• Tires & Tire Condition
• Shocks & Struts
• Steering & Suspension
Must present coupon at time of service.
For most vehicles. Not valid with other
discounts. Offer expires 5/31/14
Up to 5 qts + disposal fee (by
appointment please) Must present
coupon at time of service. Not valid with
other specials or discount.
Offer expires 5/31/14
Lube, Oil &
Filter
$
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Synthetic Blend
$
59
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Full Synthetic
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Ted Brausen took over the family auto repair business from his father, Joe, (left). Ted’s wife, Cherri, is in charge of book-
keeping and his son, Jake, is a service manager at the Arden Hills location.
Heritage Place of Roseville www.good-sam.com
When someone finds the perfect
place to call home, there’s no rea-
son for them to leave. And at Good
Samaritan Society - Heritage Place of
Roseville, seniors have the ability to
stay as long as they want.
The not-for-profit faith-based
organization offers a continuum of
service for independent seniors with
options to add assistive or medical
services as needed or desired, which
enables tenants to avoid another
move.
“We offer a variety of options and
choices so tenants can completely
choose the lifestyle they want,” notes
marketing director Cindy Donovan.
Tenants can remain in their spa-
cious one- and two-bedroom apart-
ments. Heritage Place tenants also
have priority admission access to the
nearby care center, Good Samaritan
Society - Maplewood.
New tenants will enjoy $1,000
in moving services from a trusted
moving company. Utilities, includ-
ing satellite TV and WiFi, along
with a personal response system are
included. Apartments are furnished
with all major appliances, including a
washer and dryer in every unit. And
underground parking, a guest suite,
services at the on-site beauty salon/
barber shop, housekeeping services
and catering are available for an
extra fee.
Low-key living
At Heritage Place of Roseville,
tenants will find a relaxed, homey
atmosphere where they can be as
social or as private as they’d like.
The secure building isn’t difficult to
navigate so it doesn’t feel like a huge
complex.
“This really appeals to people who
prefer a more relaxed atmosphere and
single direction hallways,” Donovan
says.
Home care services, such as bath-
ing/dressing assistance, meal prepara-
tion, or medication reminders and
dispensing, are available a la carte.
And Heritage Place of Roseville also
offers tenants the choice of utilizing
the latest technology in a camera-less
monitoring system to enhance safety
and wellness.
Residents also have a multitude of
choices when it comes to activities,
whether it be art programs, the learn-
ing and discussion gathering “Brunch
for Brain,” concerts at Nicollet Island,
fitness activities, education opportu-
nities, religious services, movies, or
simply a visit to the park right across
the street.
“We try to mix up the types of
activities we offer,” Donovan explains.
Transportation to and from activities
and other appointments is available,
and some activities — including
massages, foot care or therapy — are
offered occasionally in common areas
or can be done in tenants’ apartments.
Food choices at Heritage Place of
Roseville are also extensive, with no
meal minimums, and complementary
breakfast every morning.
“Their food is not only good, but
they do a wonderful job of varying
the meal selection,” says Heritage
Place resident Ed Leach.
Leach also praised the staff at
Heritage Place, some of whom,
including Donovan and execu-
tive manager Lauren Pahnke, have
worked for Good Samaritan for many
years.
“Helping people find a home
where they enjoy comfort, safety,
contentment and wonderful friend-
ships in retirement has always been
the most rewarding career choice,”
Donovan says.
Looking for a more fulfilling retirement? Call Heritage Place of Roseville at
(651) 489-3293 to schedule a visit or to learn more about our communit y.
All faiths or beliefs are welcome.10-G0428
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ou’ ll wish you had moved here years ago.
563 County Road B West
Roseville, MN
www.good-sam.com
Heritage Place of Roseville:
Once ,ou're here, ,ou'll want to sta,
Left, five-year Heritage Place tenant Edith Miller appreciates the “Footworks” services available for Heritage Place
tenants. Right, Heritage Place tenants Ed Leach and Sam Saito enjoy a cup of coffee and cookies in the Heritage Place
dining area.
Heritage Place of Roseville features a variety of comfortable common areas
where tenants can relax and socialize.
The welcoming Heritage Place of Roseville has 48 spacious apartments and
convenient heated underground parking for tenants.
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The location of iSight Family
Eye Care may be familiar, but
as soon as you walk through the
doors, you won’t believe your eyes.
iSight, located in the space of
Graf Optical in the shopping cen-
ter adjacent to Byerly’s, boasts new
owners, a new look, new brands
and a new philosophy of customer
care.
“We’re family owned, customer
focused and very involved in
the day-to-day operations of the
practice.” says Jim Johnson, who
operates iSight with his wife Jill.
Although iSight has only been
in its Roseville location for a few
months, the Johnsons are not new
to the optical business.
They own Metro Optics in
downtown St. Paul, Cottage
Grove Optical and recently sold
Dinkytown Optical to their
daughter and son-in-law.
In addition they own Specs on
the Beach, their sunglass website.
The staff at iSight has been
impressed with how quickly the
community has embraced their
presence. “This is a great commu-
nity and we are happy to be a part
of it.” Jim says.
“We have established a rela-
tionship of trust with new and
former customers in a short time.”
Jill notes. “Many patients have
referred us to their friends and
family and will stop by to chat on
their way to Byerly’s.”
Great Selection,
Great Prices
Customers having trouble find-
ing frames that flatter them will
love iSight’s variety of eyeglasses.
The experienced opticians will
recommend styles specially suited
to an individual’s face shape, style
preference and occupation.
There are also special selec-
tions for patients that have chal-
lenges finding the perfect fit, such
as larger men, petite women and
people of Asian descent.
Among the 1,500 eyeglass
and sunglass frames on display at
iSight, there are frames for every
budget, with frame and lens prices
usually lower than their larger
franchise competitors.
But that doesn’t mean iSight
is skimping on quality. While
many eyewear stores carry a lim-
ited selection of products, the
Johnson’s personally handpick
eyewear from a variety of large
and small, specialty manufacturers.
“Since we are independently
owned, we have the freedom and
flexibility to carry over 100 dif-
ferent brands.” says Jim. “No one
should walk out of here without
finding something they love.” Jill
adds.
“We often hear that a customer
has been looking everywhere for a
perfect pair of glasses, and finally
found them at iSight,” Jill says.
“Often for much less than they
would have spent elsewhere.”
Their selection of frames
include well known frames from
Ray-Ban, Oakley, Prada, Tom
Ford and Tag Heuer and specialty
frames from TC Charton, Dillon,
Legre, Police, Eco and Spy.
To give them an upperhand on
service, the Johnson’s own their
own eyewear lab, which means
single-vision glasses can be ready
by the next day.
Dr. Chad Legois
iSight accepts most insurance
plans and has partnered with Dr.
Chad Legois, who performs eye
exams on Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays with eve-
ning appointments available.
Originally from the Green Bay
WI area, Dr. Legois graduated
cum laude from Southern College
of Optometry. He has been
practicing in the Twin Cities
area since 2005. Prior to join-
ing iSight, Dr. Legois practiced
in a variety of settings ranging
from refractive surgery to general
optometry. Regardless of the
practice type, his professional
philosophy has always been to
provide each patient with a thor-
ough, comprehensive and courte-
ous examination while leaving no
question unanswered.
With Dr. Legois’ experience
and their state-of-the-art equip-
ment, they can provide early
detection for glaucoma, retinal
problems and macular degenera-
tion.
“We look forward to meeting
former customers of Graf Optical
and exceeding the expectations
of new iSight customers,” Jill
says. “We will all do our best to
help you see your best and turn
heads along the way.”
You won't believe ,our e,es at iSight
The friendly staff at iSight Family Eye Care is ready to assist you with all your
eyewear needs.
Chloe, the Johnson’s family dog is
a welcome visitor at iSight and is
adored by clients.
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A mechanical whirring fre-
quently fills the back room of
George’s Shoes & Repair in
Arden Hills, as three family
members take turns stitching,
grinding and polishing. They
refurbish a wide variety of leather
goods from a worn pair of work
boots to a fraying baseball glove.
“There’s so many things you
can fix,” owner Ron George says.
“Is it worth it? Bring it in and
we’ll tell you.”
Cobbling’s been the George
family’s business since 1905, and
the shoe store and repair shop
recently celebrated 50 years
in the northern suburbs. The
Georges sell well-made shoes,
socks and accessories and revital-
ize and customize footwear, hand-
bags and whatever else can be
saved with a little leather, a few
stitches or a new sole.
They’ve cleaned off winter
salt stains, stretched the calves
of leather boots, added Vibram
soles to woven shoes to get them
winter-ready and even restored a
cherished pair of women’s shoes
after a dog chose them as a chew
toy.
But if something a customer
brings in is beyond repair, Ron
has no problem admitting it.
“We like to tell them exact-
ly what they’re getting,” he
explains. “We don’t like surprises.
And we like to be upfront.”
Ron’s father moved the busi-
ness from West St. Paul in 1963.
Born into the craft, Ron explored
other trades for a while, but
eventually came back to shoes in
the 1970s.
He takes pride in his busi-
ness and takes care to make his
customers happy. “Being a family
business, it’s personal,” says Ron.
“I like taking something and
making it better.” The father of
five’s getting ready to retire and
hand down the business to two of
his children, Melissa and Luke.
The family knows people value
what they put on their feet, and
George’s wants to make their
footwear last. They even have a
24-hour drop box for repairs.
“We turn your old friends back
into new friends,” adds Luke.
Their national customer base
includes some big names. They’ve
done Nordstrom’s repairs since
1992, fixed bejeweled boots for
Madonna’s tour in 2012 and
recently shipped a shine box to
an Olympic speed-skater.
On the retail side, the Georges
make friends.
“We like to have good rela-
tionships with our customers,”
says Melissa. Their varied selec-
tion includes shine boxes that
Ron often makes himself, and
they offer many brands of foot-
wear, including Minnetonka
Moccasins, UGG, Dansko and
Merrell. George’s is an authorized
Birkenstock repair location, and
half of the back wall and a dis-
play are dedicated to the popular
Smartwool socks. Also available:
Beautiful Leather Goods coin
purses, shoe polish and other
accessories.
The Georges also like to do
good in the community. They’ve
donated about 1,000 pairs of
shoes annually to Soles 4 Souls
and gave to Joseph’s Coat, a local
non-profit that offers clothing,
household items and hygiene
products to those in need.
Whether you’re looking for
something new or hoping to save
something old, stop by George’s
Shoes and Repair. Chances are
you’ll find more knowledge,
variety and experience than you
expected — just as other loyal
customers have.
George’s Shoes & Repair www.georgesshoes.com
George’s Shoes & Repair:
Century-old cobbling legacy continues
Quality Family Business
3673 Lexington Ave. N.
Arden Hills
4 Blocks S. of 694 – By Cub Foods
651-636-1312
www.georgesshoes.com
georges1905@gmail.com
Mon & Thurs 10am - 7pm • Tues - Wed - Fri 10am - 6pm
Sat 10am - 4pm • Sunday Closed

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$2 OFF
Any Repair Service
$5 OFF
Any Repair Service
Over $25
20% OFF
Any Shoe Purchase
In-Stock or
Special Order.
See store for details. Not valid with other
offers or on past sales. Each sock must
be min. of $15.95. Expires 03-31-14.
George`s Shoes · 651-636-1312
See store for details. Not valid with other
offers or on past sales. Pre-payment
required on repair and coupon
presented at drop-off. Expires 03-31-14.
George`s Shoes · 651-636-1312
See store for details. Not valid with other
offers or on past sales. Special orders on
select brands only. Expires 03-31-14.
George`s Shoes · 651-636-1312
Smartwool
Socks
$3 OFF Per Pair
(with min. 2 pair purchase)
$5 OFF Per Pair
(with min. 4 pair purchase)
Above left, Ron George, the owner
of George’s Shoe & Repair in Arden
Hills, works on a shine box, one of
the many well-made goods the store
offers to its national retail clientele.
Above, right, Melissa George stitches
up a boot in the back room of the
store. The family prides itself on being
able to fix almost anything.
Left, Ron George stands with his two
children, Melissa and Luke, who plan
to run George’s Shoe and Repair in
Arden Hills when he retires. The repair
and retail shop has been the trusted
go-to for many in the northern sub-
urbs for 50 years, and was started by
the George family in 1905.
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Clients who walk into Hank
Allworden’s State Farm office in
Roseville may have forgotten why
they chose State Farm in the first
place, as they’re greeted by new
faces in the front office.
After all, they’re accustomed
to having their insurance in
Allworden’s and longtime advisor
Pa Vang’s hands, and the variety
of financial products, flexibility
to alter plans when their needs
change and fast response time have
become something they expect.
But that strength, speed and
broad selection are no accident,
Allworden points out.
“State Farm is number 44 in
Fortune 500
companies,”
he notes,
adding that
his team —
consisting
of trusted
agents Stacy
Ostendorf,
Serena
Rebechini and
Vang — is the
main reason
behind the suc-
cess of his local office.
“Our mission is to help people
manage the risks of everyday life,
recover from the unexpected and
realize their dreams,” Allworden
explains. “Our success is built on
a foundation of shared values,
quality service and relationships,
mutual trust, integrity and finan-
cial strength.”
That mission translates into
policies that fit. Newlyweds with a
first apartment can find affordable
renter’s insurance that protects
all those gifts and new purchases.
Young families can know their
homes and autos are insured and
repairs or replacement will be has-
sle-free. And, later, they can rest
assured their loved ones will be
provided for with a thoughtfully-
planned life policy.
But State Farm offers much
more, Allworden says. Part of the
security he can offer is financial
planning and financial products
such as low-interest loans to help
people map out and fuel their
financial journeys.
Business owners know bet-
ter than anyone that margins
are slim, liabilities are many and
finding someone to give the time
and attention to their particular
needs and safeguard every aspect is
invaluable. That’s why Allworden
is a trusted partner in the success
of many local ventures.
“Being an agent is a great source
of pride for me. Every day, we have
an opportunity to meet with peo-
ple, uncover their needs and offer
solutions,” he adds.
Allworden has been with State
Farm for 23 years, spending 10 as
a claim superintendent and 13 as
an agent serving the St. Paul area.
His hard work
let him open
his own office
in the shopping
center next to
the Roseville
licensing center.
It offers private
consulting areas
for individu-
als and groups
or families to
discuss the
vital questions
Allworden can answer.
The office also participates
in safe-driving programs, offer-
ing the “Steer Clear” curriculum
to Roseville Area High School
classes. Not only do they cover
driving safety, they outline the
costs a young driver will have to
pay for insurance — as well as the
discounts they can earn with top
grades.
It’s a community effort,
Allworden says, and the com-
munity has responded. Last year,
his agency was “Best Insurance
Provider” in the Review’s Readers’
Choice survey.
It’s no wonder that by the time
clients leave Hank Allworden’s
State Farm office in Roseville, they
know they — and maybe their
neighbor — will be coming back.
“A referral is the greatest com-
pliment we can get,” Allworden
says with a smile.
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Roseville
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Great Clips www.greatclips.com
In 2014, Great Clips is cel-
ebrating another successful year at
their new location on Lexington
Avenue in Roseville.
After nine years at its former
location, the salon moved across
the street to 1789 Lexington Ave.
in 2012.
Franchise owners Renae and
Gary Newport say they’d like to
thank their loyal customers who
have followed them to their new
location and invite everyone to
stop in to see what the staff at
Great Clips has to offer.
“It does not seem possible that
we’ve been in this community now
for over ten years, but we love it!”
says Renae.
It’s no surprise that the salon
has such a strong customer base;
at Great Clips, stylists are expe-
rienced, appointments aren’t
necessary,and prices are affordable
for any budget.
“A lot of people might be sur-
prised to know we’ve held our
price points for over 10 years,”
Renae says. Haircuts are $14 for
adults and $12 for seniors and
children, and clients can get other
services “a la carte” — whether it
be a shampoo, style or perm.
“You only pay for what you want
and need,” says Renae, adding that
people can pay triple the price to
have their hair cut at other salons
— salons that may not have stylists
with as much experience as those
at Great Clips.
Great Clips in Roseville also
accepts non-expired competitor
coupons, and offers discounted
haircuts at a rate of $9.99 to all
active military men and women.
Not only can Great Clips cli-
ents save some cash, but time as
well. Great Clips is open seven
days a week, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. on Saturday, and 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. on Sunday, so even those
with the busiest of schedules can
find a time that works.
And if you’re really pressed for
time, try Great Clips’ new “Online
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customers to add their name to the
salon’s wait list even before they
arrive.
Download the Great Clips app
or visit www.greatclips.com to
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savvy tool the salon offers. When
someone visits the salon, staff
enters in the client’s name, which
stylist cut their hair, and how it
was cut. Next time the client vis-
its, stylists have all that informa-
tion at their fingertips.
The team of experienced styl-
ists at Great Clips in Roseville
has worked together for years, and
salon manager Dana Scheithauer
has been with the company for a
decade.
“Customers have confidence in
seeing familiar faces,” Renae says.
“I believe it’s the people that make
the business successful.” Newport
herself has been with the company
since she first helped run a Great
Clips franchise in 1995. She has
also served as Corporate Regional
Director for the Minneapolis-based
company.
Newport said she and her
husband jumped at the oppor-
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reasons, including the company’s
stellar reputation. Since 1982,
Great Clips has been offering
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In addition to offering stellar ser-
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Williams notes that many newer
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“What technology has found over
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If you’re already thinking
ahead to warmer days and the
gardening season (and who of us
isn’t after this long winter?) and
wondering where you will find
quality annuals and perennials
now that Linder’s has shut down,
look no further than your friendly
North Heights Hardware Hank
and Rental store in Little Canada.
Owner Jim Schwalbach has not
only purchased the pop-up flower
mart that Linder’s operated in the
hardware store’s parking lot for
years, he’s also hired the veteran
crew who staffed it.
Schwalbach says, “It’s been sug-
gested to me every year that we
operate a garden mart. But with
the Linder’s pop-up located just
beyond our door, there was no
need.”
That all changed when Linder’s
auctioned off all its seasonal gar-
den centers. Schwalbach said he
made sure he bought the actual
garden mart (complete with all
the display shelves) that was
stationed outside his store every
spring and summer.
And best of all, he says, long-
time manager of the local Linder’s
garden mart, Kathy Harrell, and
her crew of seasonal workers will
be back this year.
“She and I are going to try to
make the transition as seamless
as possible,” he says. “We want to
offer the same high-quality prod-
ucts and the same level of exper-
tise that people were accustomed
to.”
Harrell will help with the selec-
tion of plants from reputable
Midwestern nurseries. The North
Heights Hardware Hank garden
mart will stock annuals, perenni-
als, herbs, vegetable plants, trees,
shrubs, potted outdoor plants,
hanging plants, potting soils,
mulches and more.
If you’re eager to get a jump-
start on the growing season, the
store stocks three brands of flower
and vegetable seeds.
With one stop, you can take
care of your all summer garden
and lawn needs. The store carries
the full line of Scott’s lawn fertil-
izers and yard care products, and
Ortho weed controls and garden
chemicals. Of course the store
also has an assortment of garden
tools, hoses, sprinklers and flow-
erpots.
Best of all, there’s no wast-
ing time wandering around a
barn-like store searching for the
lawn and garden products, or
the light-bulb section or paint
department. The knowledgeable
staff, right down to the cashiers,
are ready to assist and answer
your questions.
Andy and Jack can suggest the
right model in top-notch power
equipment or parts to keep your
old classic running like new.
And both Doug and Dave
know service and repairs — they
attend training often to keep up
on technological developments in
every brand they carry.
The store offers Toro, Ariens
and Echo brands as well as over
400 different power equipment
belts. They recommend getting
your lawnmower ready for the
season with a tune-up and a new
blade — the store has at least 150
different blades in stock.
North Heights Hardware Hank
and Rental also has everything
else you need for the summer
grilling season, including a full
line of Weber grills, from tabletop
models to full outdoor kitchen
centers. The store offers assembly
and delivery.
The store carries the full line of
Valspar paint and stains. It also
has a computer color-matching
system, which takes away the
pesky guesswork.
In the window and screen
repair area, Mike’s been putting
them back together for 20 years.
You’ve got the know-how, but
do you have the right tools for
the job? With the rental depart-
ment’s extensive inventory, you
can rent what you need to do it
yourself — and still save.
Make sure to check out www.
hardwarehank.com for monthly
specials or to order that hard-
to-find item. If North Heights
Hardware Hank doesn’t have
it, Hardware Hank can ship it
quickly.
And this spring, be sure to
check out the profusion of color-
ful annuals and perennials at the
well-stocked garden mart, which
will be open seven days a week,
including Memorial Day.
North Heights Hardware Hank and Rental
Seasonal flower mart will be popping up soon
Left, North Heights Hardware Hank owner Jim Schwalbach says the store is already looking ahead to spring, when it will
have a fully stocked, pop-up garden mart in its parking lot. Right, Andy Davison scoops up cracked corn from a bin in the
bird feed section. In addition to prepackaged and in bulk wild bird food, there’s an ever-changing selection of stylish bird
feeders.
Left, North Heights Hardware Hank and Rental’s new garden mart will have the same knowledgeable employees who
staffed the former Linder’s pop-up mart in the store’s parking lot. Right, looking forward to a bountiful garden this summer,
Greg Petersen of Roseville, right, discusses fertilizer options with assistant sales manager Jack Krispin.
Tucked in the heart of
Roseville, Keystone Commun-
ities offers apartments inspired
by cabins of the Northwoods.
Its large windows and patio
seating face Lake Owasso,
where residents can walk
through a nature preserve
filled with trees, often vis-
ited by deer and eagles. With
earthy colors, twig-decorated
furniture and an open floor
plan integrated into its upcom-
ing renovations, it’s some-
thing like a lakeshore getaway
where residents enjoy tailored
quality care.
Once construction wraps up
this summer, the complex will
offer a café-like area where
people can gather, have a cof-
fee or a beer and enjoy com-
munity, conversation and the
big game.
But, above all, it’s home.
“You want to make people
feel welcome, and offering
a place where people gather
together is part of that,” says
Sherry Christenson, regional
director of sales and market-
ing. “This is their home. We
want them to be proud of their
home.”
Keystone already offers a
salon, where residents can get
their hair colored, permed or
cut or their beard trimmed.
Staff help with laundry and
housework. There’s a restau-
rant with three chef-inspired
meals every day, and program-
ming that ranges from exercise
to entertainment.
The comforts of home are
not the only things Keystone
provides.
“We’re known as the com-
munity experts in care,”
marketing director Laura
Mazzocco notes. “We bring
care to the apartment. The goal
is to take care of a resident in a
home-like environment, start-
ing with minimal assistance
through high-acuity care. We
change with them.”
And it’s adding a memory
care unit, a physical therapy
room and a community room
with chapel space to meet the
wide variety of needs of its
residents, even when those
needs change.
“I’m just so excited,”
Mazzocco said. “We really
champion care in our com-
munity. They can stay in their
home.”
Keystone’s mission is to
inspire the way Minnesota
ages by treating each senior as
unique, equally valued, pre-
cious, and loved.
Those who work at Keystone
have more than just the train-
ing to provide that kind of
care to its senior residents.
“In my mind, great care
comes down to the people you
employ,” Christenson says.
“We need to love our jobs. It
has to come from the heart
first. We provide the train-
ing, but you have to have the
heart.”
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accommodates patients
as they change
Keystone: Welcoming homes
and quality care for seniors
Keystone Senior Living, nestled in the heart of Roseville, offers a variety of living options for seniors.
Roseville Suburban Ace www.acehardware.com
Though it might not feel
like it, spring is just around
the corner at Roseville
Suburban Ace Hardware
Store, at the intersection of
Roselawn and Lexington
avenues.
This year, Ace will offer
an expanded flower selec-
tion including hanging
baskets and flats of flowers,
says owner Mike Johnson.
And the store already has
colorful racks of seeds in
stock.
A full section of soils,
mulch, grass seed and lawn
care products as well as an
expanded bird food depart-
ment with a variety of foods
and feeders will also be
available.
Customer Bill Hagstrom,
who recently stopped in to
buy food for the birds in
his backyard, says he likes
to shop at Ace “because it’s
convenient, close to home
and has a great selection of
food for birds.”
And with spring and
summer in mind, it’s im-
portant to prepare for lawn
mowing, notes Johnson,
who suggests customers
bring their lawn mowers
in for tune-ups so they can
beat the rush and be set to
go when their grass is ready
to cut.
Also in preparation for
summer, customers can or-
der outdoor living furniture
and grills from acehard-
ware.com and have it deliv-
ered free to Suburban Ace
in Roseville.
Besides flowers, bird
food and lawn care items,
Ace has expanded its paint
selection this year by carry-
ing Valspar and offering a
broader selection of colors
and quality for his custom-
ers. Ace is also selling Clark
+ Kensingston paints, rated
No. 1 by Consumer Reports
in 2013 “for overall finish,
ability to hide and more.”
It’s paint and primer all in
one, making painting faster
and easier.
Ace also has a vast vari-
ety of products including
Craftsman tools. “We’re
well-stocked,” Johnson
says.” You can find what
you need, and it’s a fun
and friendly place to shop,
seven days a week.”
And anytime customers
visit the store, they will be
greeted by Ace’s friendly
and helpful staff. Perhaps
it’s the knowledgeable ser-
vice as well as the variety
of products that is drawing
more women into the store.
An increasing number of
women are doing their own
repairs these days, Johnson
says.
Customer Katie Lombardi
recently stopped in for new
windshield wiper blades.
She says when she was
there previously, Luis Saybe
helped her, and he was so
nice that she came back. On
this visit, Saybe headed out
into the cold to figure out
what size blades Johnson
needed, and then installed
them for her on the spot.
Saybe is bilingual – a huge
benefit to Spanish speakers
who stop in the store look-
ing for help.
For anyone, Roseville
Suburban Ace is “a fun place
to shop,” says Johnson. “It’s
different from shopping at a
big box. Too many big stores
just care about profits, not
people. At Ace. there’s more
personal service and we
make you feel you are part
of the family. If you have
a good experience, you’ll
come back and you’ll tell
your friends.”
Employees Luis Saybe, Taber Sparby and owner Mike Johnson are on hand at
Roseville Suburban Ace to help with all your home and garden needs.
Spring is in the air at Roseville Suburban Ace
Suburban
Ace
Hardware
651-558-2000
1930 Lexington Ave. Roseville
HOURS:
Mon.-Fri. 8am-8pm
Sat. 8am-6pm
Sun. 10am-6pm
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• Computerized Color
Matching Paint
• Cut & Thread Pipes
• Power Equipment
Sales & Service
• Lawnmower Tune-ups
• Snowblower Tune-ups
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Roselawn Cemetery www.roselawncemetery.com
Spread out over 160 grassy
acres and dotted with clus-
ters of hardwoods, Roselawn
Cemetery has provided the
community with a beautiful
final resting place for their
loved ones and a place to
remember them for over 110
years.
“We’re here to serve the
community,” notes Roselawn
Superintendent Larry Hudel-
la. “We are non-profit and
are run by lot owners.”
Not all cemeteries operate
as nonprofits, and Hudella
says the families he has
worked with over the years
appreciate Roselawn’s un-
wavering dedication to pro-
viding quality service.
Since 1902, Roselawn
has remained committed to
working with families to see
that their loved ones’ final
wishes are fulfilled, genera-
tion after generation.
And, in a time when more
and more families are choos-
ing cremation over tradition-
al burial, having options to
suit each individual’s wishes
has become more important
than ever before.
“Roselawn has more cre-
mation options than other
cemeteries in the area, with
choices to fit just about any
budget,” Hudella says.
Roselawn offers:
• Split Rock Garden, the
cemetery’s newest colum-
barium, located near the his-
toric Roselawn Chapel. Two
separate granite half-cylin-
ders invite visitors to walk
around and between them.
A limestone wall is the back-
drop for a pond, gardens and
a sculpture of two children
playing near the fountain.
• in-ground or niche
placement in the Garden of
Remembrance, where a wall
of inscribed niches is tucked
into a serene, landscaped set-
ting.
• ossuary placement, with
a spiraling pathway lead-
ing visitors through granite
memorials to a column for
co-mingled ashes topped by
a bronze sphere.
• placement in Rose-
lawn’s mausoleum, where a
bronze niche wall — said to
be the largest in the world —
depicts a serene lake scene
from Minnesota’s north-
woods.
The niche markers on the
columbariums can be per-
sonalized with symbols that
reflect an individual’s life.
In addition to the colum-
barium options, the garden-
like cemetery has plots for
traditional burials and inter-
ment of ashes in the ground
as well.
At-ground and above-
ground headstones for burial
graves can also be custom-
ized with engraved images
that were especially signifi-
cant to a person’s life. Anoth-
er popular option is a photo
engraving of the departed
loved one on the stone.
Roselawn’s ornate, turn-
of-the century stone Chapel,
designed by famed Twin
Cities architect Cass Gilbert,
is also available to lot own-
ers free of charge. Whether
someone chooses a tradi-
tional burial or one of the
cemetery’s many cremation
options, Hudella stresses the
importance of memorializa-
tion to preserve the connec-
tion between generations in
families and to simply be
recorded.
“People have the peace of
mind knowing generations
to come will be able to visit
their loved ones’ remains,”
he added.
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the community for over a century
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Roselawn’s new mausoleum contains 180 cremation niches and 96 full-size crypts. The bronze back wall depicts a tranquil
northwoods lake scene and is said to be the largest of its kind in the world.
Split Rock Garden is Roselawn’s newest cremation columbarium, with 312 niches
located in two granite half-cylinders.
Floors by Steve www.floorsbysteve.com
2583 N. Fairview
(Look for the Red Awning
North of Rosedale & South
of County Rd. C)
Hours:
Mon.-Th. 9AM - 5PM
Fri. 9AM- 4 PM
Sat. 10AM - 2 PM
• Award Winning Service & Care
• National Wood Flooring
Association Craftsman Degree
• Angie’s List Super Service Award Recipient
• Members of the National Wood
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Enjoy the Warmth, Beauty and
Durability of Hardwood Flooring
Drop by Floors by Steve in Roseville and the
frst person you’ll meet will be a member of the
Schmid family.
Whether it’s owners Steve or Linda, their
daughter Lisa, Steve’s brother Paul, Lisa’s hus-
band Patrick Pohl, or one of the family’s golden
retrievers — mellow Reyna or energetic Diva — at
least one of them will be on hand to greet you and
ofer assistance.
That personalized attention is one of the hall-
marks of the store, which specializes in hardwood
fooring products and installation, and it’s what
keeps customers returning, whether they are build-
ing new or updating their current home.
“Over 90 percent of our customers have said in
surveys that they would recommend us to a friend
or family member,” explains Lisa, who has a stack
of customer satisfaction reports to prove it.
With her experience, Lisa can tailor her advice
to customers’ needs and lifestyles.
“If it’s a young family with two kids playing
with Hot Wheels on the foor, we take that into
account when making product recommendations.
Many woods — especially the exotic hardwoods
— are incredibly durable and low-maintenance.”
In addition to domestic woods such as oak,
maple, cherry and birch, Lisa notes the company
also sells and installs exotic wood from many other
parts of the world. The woods can be installed
unfnished or pre-fnished and come in a variety
of colors. Exotic woods, with their luxurious dark
tones, have proved especially popular, as they
stand up to heavy trafc without losing their looks.
And wood, unlike other coverings, is an invest-
ment in home value.
“At $10-$14 a square foot, renewable hardwood
foors can be more expensive than carpeting, but
new carpeting does not increase the value of your
home, “ Lisa says.
Steve explains that a project installing a
hardwood foor in the family’s weekend cabin at
Sturgeon Lake led to the fooring business’s start.
A former teacher and counselor in Minneapo-
lis Pubic Schools, he laid the foor in 1980 with
Linda’s help.
They liked it so much, they went back to
Roseville, ripped up the carpets in their home
and replaced them with hardwood foors. When
a neighbor saw the results and asked for help
with his own home, Floors by Steve was of and
running.
When Steve retired from teaching in 1995 and
Lisa joined the business, it was still home-based.
Lisa started at the kitchen countertop, moved to
the basement, and then to a tiny ofce to manage
orders and accounts.
Today, the Schmids have a 2,000 square-foot
showroom in Roseville that’s lined with wood
fooring samples to view. Both Steve and Lisa
have earned craftsman degrees from the National
Wood Flooring Association and continue to at-
tend seminars to stay up-to-date on hardwood
fooring trends and techniques.
Floors by Steve handles any size job, from
small homes to big commercial projects that re-
ally draw trafc, such as the American Swedish
Institute, Mill Valley Kitchen and a just-completed
job at a Pizza Lucé restaurant. There’s a crew of
skilled installers, some of whom have 30 years’
experience. The company also brings in experts
specializing in steps, vents, moldings and trim to
join the team when needed. “And if a customer
needs design help on an install, we’ll send out a
professional at no charge for the frst hour,” Lisa
adds.
Company employees are experts at patching,
repairing, cleaning and recoating existing foors,
as well. “By specializing only in wood, we ofer
unequaled quality, service and expertise,” Linda
says. “From the initial greeting in our showroom
to our knowledgeable sales staf and experienced
technicians, every stage of your experience is sure
to be a pleasant one.”
The company uses a dust containment sanding
system that eliminates much of the dust associ-
ated with refnishing and ofers environmentally-
friendly waterborne fnishes by Bona. These
Swedish polyurethane fnishes have no noxious
fumes, so homeowners and their pets don’t need
to be absent while their foors are being worked
on.
A price comparison proved that everyday
prices at Floors by Steve are often lower than the
sale prices at the chain stores.
All of which leads to many rave customer
reviews, such as the one received from Nancy
M. of St. Paul: “We love our new foors! We fnd
ourselves just staring at them!”
Floors by Steve: The family keeps on growing,
just like the business!
Steve Schmid, Paul Schmid, Patrick Pohl and Lisa Pohl (left to right), and their animal companions, are the
friendly staff at Floors by Steve which has been in operation for 30 plus years.
Floors by Steve is located on Fairview Avenue just
north of the Rosedale Mall.
Cardinal Pointe in Maplewood www.cardinalpte.com
Tired of snow shovel-
ing and yard work, Carl
and Lila Bakken sold their
single-family home 18
months ago and became
shareowner-members of
Cardinal Pointe of Maple-
wood Senior Cooperative.
“We invested the remain-
ing proceeds from the sale
of the house into our per-
sonal portfolio,” said Carl.
“We’ve already earned
enough from the invest-
ments to finance a trip to
Europe.”
Located in a serene,
country-like setting at the
northwestern edge of Ma-
plewood, Cardinal Pointe
ofers 108 spacious homes
for singles and couples, age
55 and older.
As a limited-equity hous-
ing cooperative, members
of Cardinal Pointe “buy in”
to the collective mortgage
through a one-time share;
the cost of which is based
on the square footage of
the foor plan selected from
among nine available plans.
An average share costs sig-
nifcantly less than a com-
parable condominium or
townhouse. Cardinal Pointe
members also gain 2% lim-
ited equity annually, and
if they move and sell their
share, they are guaranteed
the amount originally paid
plus limited equity earned.
There are also additional
tax benefts for cooperative
members.
“Why spend $250,000 on a
home when you can spend
a fraction of that?” asks Jack
Gibbons, a member of Car-
dinal Pointe of Maplewood.
Each home features a
full kitchen that includes
a range, refrigerator, dish-
washer, microwave and
garbage disposal. Comfort-
able one and two bedroom
foor plans feature walk-in
closets, washer and dryer
and balconies or patios.
Community-wide ameni-
ties include a community
room, private dining room,
sunroom, guest room suite,
library, exercise room, work-
shop, craft room, game room
and heated underground
parking with a free car wash
stall.
Cardinal Pointe is con-
veniently located near St.
John’s Hospital, the Ma-
plewood Mall, a Ramsey
County Library and Costco
as well as bike trails, parks
and a wide variety of restau-
rants.
In addition to all the ben-
efts of homeownership,
Cardinal Pointe members
enjoy maintenance-free liv-
ing. The reasonable monthly
fee covers exterior and
interior maintenance, heat,
water, trash removal, phone,
television and an array of
amenities. The few addi-
tional home-related costs are
electricity, internet and ho-
meowners insurance, which
members pay directly to
providers.
Members elect a govern-
ing board to oversee the
cooperative. Members are
also involved in the Cardinal
Pointe community through
committees dedicated to
social events, fnance, mar-
keting, fowers, interiors and
property upkeep.
“People can be as active
as they want” notes 14-year
member Mary Lessard.
Community culture and
daily life are determined by
the members of Cardinal
Pointe with the support of
professional management by
Presbyterian Homes & Ser-
vices. If they need or choose
a diferent level of care,
members also have priority
access to the living options
and services of Presbyterian
Homes’ 32 metro-area com-
munities.
Housing Director, Betsy Er-
lien is eager to help you plan
the next chapter in your life.
Call her today at 651-748-
9902 for more information
and to schedule a personal
tour.
Cardinal Pointe of Maplewood Senior Cooperative offers
maintenance-free living with the benefits of ownership
Cardinal Pointe’s workshop is a favorite place for members to do woodworking
projects.
It’s easy to relax in Cardinal Pointe’s comfortable sunroom, with an abundance
of natural light streaming in.
Cardinal Pointe members create multiple opportunities to socialize by hosting a
variety of activities and social events.
Cardinal Pointe residents don’t need to venture out to find a well-equipped well-
ness center — they’ll find plenty of machines in the cooperative’s exercise room.
At Community Resource Bank
in Roseville, you’ll find a dedicat-
ed team ready to assist you with
all of your financial needs.
From the basics of true person-
al service to the latest in electron-
ic banking convenience, the bank
has the resources and the desire
to serve individuals, families and
businesses in a manner that is
rare in an industry increasingly
filled with large, non-local banks.
First chartered in Northfield
in 1878, Community Resource
Bank has expanded to include
offices in Roseville and Cannon
Falls. The Roseville office was
originally Roseville Community
Bank, but was acquired in 1999
by Community Resource Bank to
establish a presence in the metro-
politan area. It has proven to be a
worthy growth strategy.
“We have sustained a high
level of personal service that our
customers enjoy and have played
a very active role in serving the
credit needs of local businesses,”
notes Roseville office President
Scott Leo.
Personal service
Like all Community Resource
Bank offices, the Roseville office
provides both personal and
business banking, plus access
to diversified financial services.
From checking to savings and
from loans to investments, we are
a one-stop shop for your financial
needs.
All types of loans are available,
including home financing and
refinancing, construction, home
equity, vehicle, boat and RV, plus
commercial financing such as
inventory financing, commercial
real estate and small-business
lending.
Community Resource Bank
also offers cash management ser-
vices including remote deposit
for businesses. By simply scan-
ning checks on-site, businesses
know their funds have been
deposited instantly and securely,
and save valuable time that used
to be spent driving to the bank.
“Our products are constantly
being upgraded to stay current
with the latest developments
in technology and changes in
customer needs,” Leo adds.
“New checking products were
introduced in mid-2013, and in
the fall of 2012, mobile banking
was made available. This ser-
vice allows full access to account
information, funds management
and account alerts right from
your cell phone via our app.”
Of course the Roseville office
also offers safe-deposit service,
IRAs, health savings accounts,
CDs, money market savings,
investments and other traditional
depository services. In December
the bank installed a new 24-hour
ATM, which allows for envelope-
free deposits.
“We are part of the Money
Pass ATM network, allowing our
customers free access at ATM
locations throughout the metro
area as well as locations nation-
ally,” Leo explains.
As one of the few local inde-
pendent banks in the area,
Community Resource Bank in
Roseville celebrates the special
connection to its local custom-
ers with an annual Community
Appreciation Day each summer
where people are welcome to
enjoy food and friendly conversa-
tion. One of the bank’s other pop-
ular events is a paper shredding
day, which will be held this year
on May 10. The bank also has a
proud tradition of volunteerism
at local organizations.
Stop by today to see why
Community Resource Bank is the
one-stop shop for all your finan-
cial needs.
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The helpful staff at Roseville’s Community Resource Bank includes Scott Leo, Dan Bighley, Jeff Vranicar, Joan Kallenberg, Jeff Norton, Melissa Rose, Thom Jones,
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Scott Leo, Community Resource Bank
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Chalet Dental www.chaletdental.com
Show off your smile with the help of Chalet Dental
Many people might
think it takes months, even
years, for dental work to
effectively transform their
smiles. But near-instant
results are possible with
Chalet Dental.
Specializing in cosmetic
dentistry, Chalet Dental
in Roseville helps patients
achieve confidence in their
smiles, often within just a
couple of office visits.
Owner Dr. Brent Fred-
rickson notes the practice
offers a plethora of options
such as clear, removable
Invisalign braces, veneers
and implants. Chalet Den-
tal also provides same-day
crowns and can fix unsight-
ly gaps and broken teeth
after just one or two trips
to the office. Additionally,
chairside whitening deliv-
ers optimal results for even
the most stained teeth.
“People might not real-
ize how quickly they can
change their appearance,”
Fredrickson notes. “And
the overall appearance of
your teeth has a huge effect
on how young you look.”
Because dentists have in-
depth knowledge of facial
muscles and facial expres-
sions, Chalet Dental also
offers Botox treatments to
compete against the signs of
aging. Patients will gener-
ally see an improvement in
their appearance within two
to eight days after treat-
ments, and Fredrickson
notes the treatments are less
invasive than most proce-
dures offered by plastic sur-
geons, such as face lifts.
All in one place
In addition to providing
cosmetic dentistry, Chalet
Dental Care also treats pa-
tients with gum problems.
Periodontist Dr. Hema Me-
non specializes in rebuild-
ing and contouring patients’
gum lines. She also replaces
missing teeth with dental
implants. Chalet Dental per-
forms a wide range of pro-
cedures all in one location.
“We pretty much do ev-
erything in one place,” says
patient care coordinator
Bridget LaBahn.
In treating a wide range
of conditions, Chalet Dental
makes patients’ comfort a
top priority. Electric instru-
ments used by dentists and
hygienists are quieter than
ever, digital scanning has
replaced the messy, foul-
tasting molding material
previously used for tooth
impressions, and digital X-
rays can now be taken with-
out film being placed in the
patient’s mouth.
“We have state of the art
equipment for everything.”
LaBahn explains.
The Chalet Dental office,
with its calming earthtones,
warm decor and skylights,
makes patients feel more
like they’re taking a trip
to the spa than the dentist.
The friendly staff contrib-
utes to the office’s relaxed
atmosphere.
Many patients have been
coming to Chalet Dental for
years, and enjoy seeing the
familiar faces of reception-
ists and experienced hygien-
ists and dentists they’ve be-
come comfortable with over
time. The practice initially
opened in 1973 and became
Chalet Dental in 1984.
“Patients are like family
here, ” says office manager
Lori Scheller, who joined the
practice in 1978.
Call to schedule a compli-
mentary consultation to find
out how Chalet Dental can
help transform your smile,
because as Fredrickson says:
“Your smile makes you feel
good inside and out.”
Before After
Before After
Before After
Dr. Brent Fredrickson
Dr. Trisha Rieck
Dr. Gregory Smith
651-488-5888
1651 Dale St. N.
St. Paul, MN 55117
chaletdental.com
Cosmetic Dentistry
Family Dentistry
Invisalign
Dental Implants
Botox
Sleep Apnea
Dr. Brent Fredrickson
Dr. Trisha Rieck
Dr. Gregory Smith
651-488-5888
1651 Dale St. N.
St. Paul, MN 55117
chaletdental.com
Cosmetic Dentistry
Family Dentistry
Invisalign
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Beisswenger’s www.beisswengers.com
On any given day, Mark
Beisswenger can be seen roam-
ing his store to work on displays,
talking with customers, and hav-
ing a light-hearted conversation
with his staff, a crew of experts in
their departments with years of
experience.
His store, Beisswenger’s, has
been an institution in the area
for generations — Beisswenger’s
father originally opened the busi-
ness as a small grocery and hard-
ware store in 1919, and it’s grown
exponentially from there.
As it stands now, the current
52,000-square-foot new build-
ing located at 1823 Old Highway
8 NW in New Brighton is the
best of both worlds — your local
hardware store with community
roots, combined with the incred-
ible selection of a larger-scale
store.
And while the store has old
roots, they’re constantly refresh-
ing their store.
Get grilling!
With spring in the air,
Beisswenger’s is gearing up for
the great outdoor activity: grill-
ing.
The store has added a huge
line of products to help you get
decked out for some deck time
fun.
They’ve got grills galore —
everything from the Big Green
Egg charcoal grill to Broil King’s
propane grills, CharBroil, Weber,
all the big brands. And to pair
with it they’ve got a huge selec-
tion of items to help flavor your
grilled goods — charcoal and
wood pellets, plus more than 125
spices and sauces.
More than your
average lawn gnome
If your lawn needs some
sprucing up, the store has you
covered on all fronts — they’ve
got lawn maintenance equipment,
a good stock of grass seed, a full
line of Ferti-lome fertilizer, and
decor galore!
“There’s some real fun stuff in
there!” Beisswenger says enthusi-
astically.
The store features a dazzling
array of fountains, bird feeders,
and other lawn and garden deco-
rations.
Fountains featuring every-
thing from handsome gnomes
to beautiful fairies are abun-
dant, with over 100 to choose
from. And they have over 2,000
unique bird feeders.
Beisswengers also recently
earned the title of “bird-
friendly” this winter when they
helped out a wounded turkey
named Bessie. They let her stay
in the store’s lot and fed her,
watching her go from a scrawny,
beat-up bird back into a healthy
turkey.
Years of experience
With one of the largest power
equipment showrooms in the
state, the store has all the tools to
do the job.
Be prepared to answer ques-
tions about your particular proj-
ect, because Beisswenger’s staffers
want to sell the right equipment
for the right job, not “upsell”
you. They make sure you get the
equipment you need — no more,
no less.
Mike Seward, power equip-
ment salesman, has been in the
business for a long, long time.
What keeps him going is his love
of meeting people and helping
them succeed at doing it them-
selves.
“It’s the customers that make it
fun!” he explains.
Rather than simply selling a
product, Seward prides himself in
getting customers what they want,
and giving them straight answers.
Seward’s just one of the many
employees at Beisswenger’s with
years of experience.
Collectively, Beisswenger esti-
mates his staff have over 600 years
of power equipment service. And
that’s not to mention the other
knowledgeable staff, such as a
staffer in window repair who’s
been on the job since 1970. That’s
a lot of glass and a lot of learning
about window technology.
It’s that collective knowledge
and community feeling you get
from the store that makes it a real
winner when it comes to finding a
hardware store to fit your needs.
Beisswenger’s: hometown vibe, big-time selection
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Green Egg, a ceramic coal-fired grill. And they’ve got you covered with charcoal,
wood chips for smoking, and spices and sauces for marinating. Right, with one
of the largest power equipment showrooms in the state, Beisswenger’s is your
resource, whether for yard work, tree trimming, home repair or a woodworking
project.
Left, seeds, fertilizers, hand tools, lawn ornaments, fountains, bird houses and
food, outdoor lighting — Beisswenger’s has it all when it comes to making your
yard a neighborhood marvel! Right, with the largest nuts and bolts selection in
the five-state area, the hometown hardware store has what you need.
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Hamernick’s Decorating Center www.hamernicksdecorating.com
Despite a lagging economy,
Hamernick’s Decorating Center on
Rice Street in St. Paul’s North End
has been growing on its tradition
of ofering top-quality products
and service. Owners Ted and
Lynn Natus attribute the business’
strength to a loyal customer base
and a knowledgeable, hardwork-
ing staf.
Several of Hamernick’s more
than 100 employees have been
with the company for a decade or
more. Unlike most of the big box
stores, Hamernick’s employees are
experts in their felds, with special-
ized knowledge in the products
and services the store provides.
“We don’t have a lot of turnover
with our staf,” Lynn says. “We are
good to our employees and they
are good to our customers.”
And all of the staf’s hard work
is paying dividends. Since Ted and
Lynn purchased the business from
founder Ed Hamernick in 2000,
the company has expanded six-
fold. A few years back, the com-
pany opened a 22,500-square-foot
Mill Direct warehouse complete
with a spacious showroom fully
stocked with carpet, tile and vinyl
products customers can see and
touch as they make their choices.
The building is conveniently locat-
ed directly across the street from
Hamernick’s home ofce, which
houses the company’s professional
design center and residential
showroom.
After years of hard work and
innovation, Ted, Lynn and their
dedicated staf have turned
Hamernick’s into one of the re-
gion’s premier decorating centers.
Whether you’re looking to
install hardwood, vinyl, tile, stone
or laminate fooring, new coun-
tertops, window treatments or a
fresh coat of paint to your home,
Hamernick’s is truly your one-stop
shop for all of your decorating
needs.
This St. Paul institution has been
continuously operating from its
current location for over 50 years.
Ted came on board as an employee
making $1.75 an hour almost 45
years ago and has been wholly
dedicated to the company ever
since.
Ted and Lynn have no plans of
slowing down; in fact, last year
may have been their busiest yet.
Ted just fnished his year-long
reign as King Boreas LXXVII of the
St. Paul Winter Carnival. It was a
position he thoroughly enjoyed,
although it added 2,000 hours of
volunteer service to the Natus’ al-
ready busy schedule — the couple
works at the store six days a week.
“People don’t realize that the
royal family volunteers and travels
year-round,” Lynn says. “It’s not
just for 10 days during the carni-
val.”
The couple logged more than
8,900 miles on the road as Ted
made appearances at charity
events in Canada, Florida, Illinois,
Georgia and other locations.
“It’s a huge honor,” Ted says
proudly. “You are an ambassador
of the city of St. Paul for an entire
year.”
The couple said they were
thrilled to represent a city that has
been so good to them over the
years.
“We both want to give back to
the community and what a better
way to give than the opportunity
we were given through the Winter
Carnival,” Lynn says.
While Ted and Lynn have had
multiple opportunities to move
out of their North End location
over the years, they have no inten-
tion of going anywhere.
“Rice Street has made us what
we are, the area has been so good
to us. We have never given any
thought of going anywhere else,”
Ted says. “I’ve been blessed to
have a wonderful family, a second
family at Hamernick’s and a third
with the Winter Carnival.”
Hamernick’s Decorating Center:
A community-oriented,
one-stop shop for all your decorating needs
Lynn and Ted Natus, owners of Hamernick’s Decorating Center, offer products and service you won’t find at big-box stores.
Lillie Suburban News-
papers doesn’t just give
readers the inside scoop on
what’s happening in their
local communities. The fam-
ily-owned company strives
to help businesses succeed
as well.
Hundreds of businesses
advertise with Lillie Subur-
ban Newspapers regularly,
says advertising director
Tony Fragnito, and for good
reason.
“With award-winning
writers, photographers
and designers, we have a
newspaper people want to
pick up and read,” Fragnito
says. “And with a reader-
ship audited in the high
80th percentile, we know
our advertisers’ messages
are getting through.”
In addition to a loyal
print readership, Lillie Sub-
urban Newspapers boasts
a growing web presence
which ensures advertisers’
messages are disseminated
on a larger scale.
“Now more than ever,
our readers are getting their
local news online through
our website or our Face-
book and Twitter pages on
their mobile phones, lap-
tops, tablets or other devic-
es,” Fragnito adds. “We’re
aware of this trend, which
is why our online outlets
are a top priority.”
Visit Lillie Suburban
Newspapers online at www.
lillienews.com where you’ll
find links to all your fa-
vorite Lillie newspapers.
Or, like us on Facebook
and follow us on Twitter
@LillieNews. In addition
the newspapers’ hyperlo-
cal print content, you’ll
also find breaking news
updates, chances to enter
contests and drawings and
more — all at the tips of
your fingers.
Advertisers know they’re
getting the most value for
their dollar when they
spend it with Lillie Sub-
urban Newspapers. And
though many businesses
that advertise with Lillie
Suburban Newspapers are
locally owned and oper-
ated, Fragnito says bigger
corporate clients realize the
benefits of advertising with
a weekly community news-
paper with a seven-day
shelf life and strong web
presence.
He explains, “Our read-
ers are using our papers to
find their grocery ads on a
weekly basis. They turn to
us again and again.”
Lillie Suburban News-
papers will be here for the
long term, co-publishers
Jeffery Enright and Ted H.
Lillie say. The pair are the
third generation in a fam-
ily business than began in
1938.
“Our reporters, adver-
tising representatives and
managers are familiar faces
in our communities,” En-
right notes. “People from
the newspaper are involved
in civic activities year-
round, from business as-
sociations to development-
planning groups, and are
doing everything from
moderating political de-
bates to helping organize
community festivals.”
Another benefit: the vari-
ety of services the newspa-
per offers, Enright notes.
“We have a full-fledged
print shop and can produce
booklets, flyers, inserts,
post cards, door hangers,
calendars, raffle tickets,
newsletters, brochures,
envelopes, letterhead, invi-
tations, business cards and
more,” he explains.
Installing high-quality
digital equipment has al-
lowed the company to in-
crease its full-color, sheet-
fed printing capabilities
and increase its color capac-
ity.
“We can produce our
print jobs faster and more
affordably for our custom-
ers,” Enright adds. “We
control the process from
beginning to end, and we
can now produce a higher-
quality, full-color or single-
color digital printing.”
Lillie Suburban also
prints other niche newspa-
pers, such as school news-
papers, “and best of all,
whatever product a client
chooses, their logos, art
and copy are all in-house,
and they talk directly with
the person responsible for
making the project hap-
pen,” Fragnito adds. “We
don’t outsource our design
work, and we don’t have a
huge bureaucracy to work
through. Our speedy re-
sponse time keeps the client
in charge of decision-mak-
ing.”
Lillie Suburban Newspapers Inc. www.lillienews.com
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The Truman Company www.trumanrc.com
Devoting himself to the
rare coin and precious metal
trade for well over three
decades, Westerling’s com-
mitment to the customer is
second to none. From their
Roseville office, he and his
associates offer purchases
and appraisals for estates,
banks, insurance companies
and individuals.
“My staff and I are dedi-
cated to helping people pre-
serve and grow their wealth,”
Westerling explains. “That’s
why The Truman Company
offers personalized service
tailored to each individual.”
Introduced to the busi-
ness by his Uncle Truman, a
young Roger became enam-
ored with coins. This nearly-
lifelong passion encouraged
Westerling to open his own
business under the Truman
name.
“Every time he visited my
family, he gave me a coin that
had an interesting history.
His hope was that I would
develop a real interest in
rare and unusual coins, and
it worked,” Westerling says
with a smile.
Westerling visited
Minnesota to appraise a col-
lection in 1998, and was so
touched by the welcome he
received he decided to move
both his home and business
to St. Paul. He currently
works with about 3,000 cli-
ents around the country.
Westerling is a life member
of the American Numismatic
Association and holds an
A+ rating with the Better
Business Bureau.
His knowledge can reas-
sure people that they’re
insuring or pricing such
items correctly. “I’m more
than happy to visit a home or
bank to review a collection,”
Westerling notes. “There’s a
market for everything!”
Though old coins appreci-
ate gradually, precious met-
als have undergone dramatic
spikes over the past decade
in value, Westerling adds.
From 2002 to 2013, the value
of silver went up by 668 per-
cent and gold by 595 percent.
Many of Westerling’s custom-
ers are currently transferring
individual retirement account
funds from banks to a pre-
cious metal IRA.
“I honestly think the prices
for gold and silver will con-
tinue to rise throughout our
lifetime, while the U.S. dol-
lar declines,” Westerling
explains. “Transferring to a
precious metal IRA can be an
excellent investment.”
Customers will feel
at home in The Truman
Company office, where they
might even meet Westerling’s
pooch, Sonny, and his wife,
Donna, an award winning
Twin Cities artist whose work
is featured throughout the
office.
Curious about the worth of
a personal collection? Roger
Westerling and his staff at
The Truman Company are
ready to help.
The Truman Company: a valuable
source for coins and precious metals
T
rust and confi-
dence are key in
the coin industry,
and customers from all over
Minnesota and the U.S.
have found an extraordinary
guide in Roger Westerling of
The Truman Company.
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ACCREDITED
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2585 Hamline Ave N Suite E
Roseville, MN 55113
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ACCREDITED
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Roseville, MN 55113
Toll Free: 1-877-334-4990 Fax: 1-877-334-4991
www.trumanrc.com
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Devoting himself to the
rare coin and precious
metal trade for well over
three decades, Westerling’s
commitment to the cus-
tomer is second to none.
From their Roseville office,
he and his associates offer
purchases and appraisals
for estates, banks, insurance
companies and individuals.
“My staff and I are dedi-
cated to helping people
preserve and grow their
wealth,” Westerling
explains. “That’s why The
Truman Company offers
personalized service tai-
lored to each individual.”
Introduced to the busi-
ness by his Uncle Truman, a
young Roger became enam-
ored with coins. This near-
ly-lifelong passion encour-
aged Westerling to open
his own business under the
Truman name.
“Every time he visited
my family, he gave me a
coin that had an interest-
ing history. His hope was
that I would develop a real
interest in rare and unusu-
al coins, and it worked,”
Westerling says with a
smile.
Westerling visited
Minnesota to appraise a
collection in 1998, and was
so touched by the welcome
he received he decided to
move both his home and
business to St. Paul. He
currently works with about
3,000 clients around the
country.
Westerling is a life
member of the American
Numismatic Association
and holds an A+ rating
with the Better Business
Bureau.
His knowledge can reas-
sure people that they’re
insuring or pricing such
items correctly. “I’m more
than happy to visit a home
or bank to review a col-
lection,” Westerling notes.
“There’s a market for
everything!”
Though old coins appre-
ciate gradually, precious
metals have undergone
dramatic spikes over the
past decade in value,
Westerling adds. From 2002
to 2013, the value of silver
went up by 668 percent and
gold by 595 percent. Many
of Westerling’s customers
are currently transfer-
ring individual retirement
account funds from banks
to a precious metal IRA.
“I honestly think the
prices for gold and sil-
ver will continue to rise
throughout our life-
time, while the U.S. dol-
lar declines,” Westerling
explains. “Transferring to
a precious metal IRA can
be an excellent invest-
ment.”
Customers will feel
at home in The Truman
Company office, where
they might even meet
Westerling’s pooch, Sonny,
and his wife, Donna, a
Twin Cities artist whose
work is featured through-
out the office.
Curious about the worth
of a personal collection?
Roger Westerling and
his staff at The Truman
Company are ready to
help.
The Truman Company: a valuable
source for coins and precious metals
T
rust and confi-
dence are key in
the coin industry,
and customers from all over
Minnesota and the U.S.
have found an extraordinary
guide in Roger Westerling of
The Truman Company.
This is a look at the variety of coins and pieces in The Truman Company’s collection. With
37 years’ experience in the field, Roger Westerling can appraise and handle a wide range
of inventory.
Roger Westerling was introduced to coins at a young age by his Uncle Truman, a numis-
matist for whom the company is named. Westerling is as passionate about coin collection
as his customers, making them feel right at home when they visit The Truman Company.
Roger Westerling and his rescue dog Sonny, a fixture at The Truman Company office in
Roseville.
This is a look at the variety of coins and pieces in The Truman Company’s collec-
tion. With 37 years’ experience in the field, Roger Westerling can appraise and
handle a wide range of inventory.
Roger Westerling was introduced to coins at a young age by his Uncle Truman, a
numismatist for whom the company is named. Westerling is as passionate about
coin collection as his customers, making them feel right at home when they visit
The Truman Company.
Roger Westerling and his rescue dog Sonny, a fixture at The Truman Company
office in Roseville.
They say that dog is man’s
best friend, but the staff at
St. Francis Animal and Bird
Hospital know that cats, birds
and rabbits are too. St. Francis
can help you take care of all
of your best friends, furry and
feathered.
They specialize in the care of
dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, ferrets
and rodents.
The close-knit team of animal
lovers understands the special
relationship between people and
their pets. That’s why they go
above and beyond to provide
compassionate and quality care
for every pet.
“We think of ourselves as the
small, neighborhood practice.
We set out to be part of the fam-
ily,” says Dr. Jennifer Blair, who
owns the practice.
Being part of the family
means developing individual
relationships with each of
their clients. The doctors at St.
Francis afford a half an hour
for each appointment so they
can talk with clients about
their pet’s health. They make
follow-up calls to ensure pets
are healing well, even calling on
Sundays to check in with criti-
cal cases, and they give clients
one-on-one time with veterinary
technicians to learn about treat-
ment and care.
The staff at St. Francis feel
a responsibility to share their
knowledge and expertise with
the community. Their vision
statement says: “We provide the
tools that our clients need to
make careful and informed med-
ical decisions for our pets.”
One of the tools the clinic
provides is its website. Staff
know people go online to look
up information on pet care, so
they post educational sources on
their website.
St. Francis began serving the
Roseville community in 1992.
From a family-run business
that operated out of a garage,
St. Francis has expanded into
a five-doctor practice with
20 technicians and assistants.
The practice’s most recent
expansion occurred in October
2012 when it hired a new doctor.
Dr. Katie Cartledge worked at
a practice in south Minneapolis
before joining the team at St.
Francis. She says her move was
inspired by her desire to learn
more about St. Francis’ niche:
avian medicine. She loves the
variety of exotic birds owners
bring to the practice, as well as
the opportunity to share knowl-
edge with so many other doc-
tors.
“It’s been a fabulous team to
join,” Dr. Cartledge says. “We
provide very good care here.”
Their services include den-
tistry, surgery, radiology, ultra-
sonography and more. A full
in-house lab enables them to
process tests and results quickly.
And their full pharmacy makes
picking up medicine easy and
convenient.
“We provide your pet’s medi-
cation at an affordable price,”
Dr. Blair says.
St. Francis is dedicated to
supporting the community and
the people and pets who are
part of it, whether it’s providing
pre-adoption care to pets from
local shelters, teaching avian
medicine at the University of
Minnesota or participating in
the Roseville parade.
“We try very hard to be part
of the neighborhood, part of the
community and part of our cli-
ents’ families,” Dr. Blair says.
www.stfrancisanimalandbird.com St. Francis Animal and Bird Hospital
St. Francis Animal and Bird Hospital:
Treating your pets like one of their own
1227 Larpenteur Ave. W. • Roseville, MN 55113
651.645.2808
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6:30pm • Sat 8am-12:30pm
For those who demand the very best
of veterinary care for their
dogs, cats and exotic pets
Hours: M-F 8-6, Sat 8-12
1227 Larpenteur Ave. W., Roseville, MN 55113
651-645-2808 • www.stfrancisanimalandbird.com
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For those who demand the very
best of veterinary care for their dogs,
cats and exotic pets
Meet
Tobias Matthew
Tobias Matthew, better
known as Toby, is the clinic
cat at St. Francis. The clinic
adopted him in November
2007 after performing a sur-
gery on his urinary tract fol-
lowing several urinary tract
obstructions.
Thanks to prescription
food and regular checkups
by the St. Francis team, Toby
hasn’t had a single obstruc-
tion since 2007. St. Francis
has always had a cat. Or, as
some see it, a cat has always
had St. Francis. “He runs the
practice,” Dr. Jennifer Blair
says.
Toby can be found playing
with his favorite toy mouse
or lounging in the sun in the
lobby.
St. Francis’ knowledgeable veterinary technicians and assistants are dedicated to the care of dogs, cats and exotic pets. Front row, from left to right: Sabrina Reed,
Lisa Waege, Kelly Cegla, Laura Tharaldson, Jessica Lewis and Lucy Hancock. Back row, from left to right: Amber Merkatoris, Jessica Quast, Marie Adamczyk, Maggie
Libman, Sarah Welch and Molly Moy. Not pictured: Libby Cable, Alison Gedstad, Liz Gunter, Ruby Hsieh, Sarah Knowles, Amanda Wera, Tammy Wylie and Katarina
Ziegler.
Left to right: Doctors Stefan Knep, Patricia Novak, Katie Cartledge, Jennifer Blair
and Kevin Roeser go above and beyond to provide exceptional care for their
patients.
Joe Senser’s www.sensers.com
Nothing about Joe Senser’s
Sports Theater in Roseville is me-
diocre.
At Senser’s, you’ll fnd all your
favorite “sports bar” foods, along
with much, much more.
“We’re constantly changing the
menu,” says General Manager
Tom Horwath. “We have all the
basics, but our signature dishes
you can’t get anywhere else.”
Known for its specialty burgers,
Senser’s features popular fan fa-
vorites like “The MVP,” a 10-ounce
hand-pattied burger topped with
creamy aged Wisconsin ched-
dar, prime cut smoked peppered
bacon, sweet caramelized onions
and a house-made bourbon BBQ
sauce. Or try the “Black & Bleu,”
a savory 10-ounce burger dusted
with Cajun seasonings, covered
with cave-aged blue cheese, sweet
caramelized onions, creamy aged
Wisconsin cheddar cheese and
prime-cut smoked peppered ba-
con.
And for those with eyes big-
ger than their stomachs, Senser’s
has a “Beast Burger” that’s sure to
fll you up... and then some. The
2 1/2-pound beef patty is topped
with 12 strips of bacon and totals
6 1/2 pounds of food. It’s free if
you eat the whole thing, but be
warned: only two out of more than
100 have ever fnished it.
Not in the mood for a burger?
No problem! Senser’s has pizzas,
fatbreads and other mouthwater-
ing entrees to suit any set of taste
buds. New additions include Mac
& Cheese topped with tenderloin
bites, “Boom Boom” shrimp tacos
and jumbo “ Mama Mia Meatballs.”
And Senser’s specialty dishes
are sure to make your next special
event extra memorable. The res-
taurant recently added a private
back room for rehearsal dinners,
groom’s dinners, team banquets,
private functions, company happy
hours and other events. The room
can hold up to 50 guests, and in
the warmer months two garage
doors open up to a patio that can
seat an additional 50.
Senser’s also caters golf tour-
naments, weddings, corporate
events, and fundraisers, and is one
of the exclusive caterers at TCF
Stadium.
Catch a game ... or 20
What could be better than
scarfng down Senser’s delicious
food? Doing it in front of one of
the gigantic 5-by-9 foot HDTV
screens that line the restaurant’s
walls.
Senser’s is known as the “next
best thing to being in the stands,”
and has been rated in the top
25 list of sports bars across the
country by ESPN 2 and Sports
Illustrated’s sports bar edition. It
was also voted the “best place to
watch a game without a ticket”
by ESPN the Magazine. Gopher
football coach Jerry Kill even
hosts a radio show at Senser’s in
the fall.
So whether you’re looking to
see some Gopher sports, Wild
hockey, Twins action, Timber-
wolves match-ups, or Vikings
football, Senser’s is the place to
be. And with a full beer and wine
list and food and drink specials
every night, your game-day ex-
perience will be even better. The
bar features local craft beers, and
always has between six and 10
local beers on tap.
Happy hour is from 3 to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday, and late
night happy hour runs 9 p.m. to
close on Sunday and Monday
and 10 p.m. to close Tuesday
through Saturday. Monday fea-
tures $3 pints of local beers with
all burgers just $9.99, Tuesday
is “mug night,” and Wednesday
night is trivia night.
“There’s always something
to do,” Horwath points out,
adding that the restaurant also
coordinates an annual volleyball
league and is looking for teams
to participate. Senser’s spon-
sors softball leagues as well, and
many of the teams love heading
to Senser’s after their games to
grab some food and drinks.
The restaurant also reaches
out to the local community –
working with Roseville Area
High School and recently the
Roseville Raiders Endzone Club
and Backcourt Club. Senser’s
provided hot dogs and conces-
sions before each football game
last year, and the proceeds were
donated to the team. After the
game, Senser’s served a pizza
bufet for the players, their fami-
lies, coaches and friends.
“It helps bring everybody
together,” Horwath notes.
Senser’s also supports local
teams through fundraising, and
features pull tabs to support local
charities.
It’s no wonder Senser’s is such
a success in Roseville. Check out
the Roseville or Bloomington
location for your next special oc-
casion, big game, or simply for a
tasty meal.
Joe Senser’s Sports Theater: great tastes,
great fun, great community pride
2350 Cleveland Ave. Roseville • 651-631-1781
Now Sponsoring Softball Teams
email tom@sensers.com for more info.
Volleball Leagues Now Forming
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Senser’s is the perfect place to grab food and drinks while watching a game on
one of the 5-by-9 foot HDTV screens that line the restaurant’s walls.
Senser’s features a full bar and stellar service to match.
Senser’s is known for its juicy burgers, like the Black & Bleu burger oozing with
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When they frst opened their
doors in 1980, Apollo Heating
and Air Conditioning set the
bar for excellent service in the
metro area.
For the past 34
years, the family-
owned company
has been install-
ing and repairing
top-of-the-line
units from brands
like Lennox, Car-
rier, Amana, Apollo
Select Series, Venmar, Hon-
eywell, Aprilaire and Weil-
McLain.
The knowledgeable and
friendly staf will help you
determine what’s best for your
home, no matter what service
you may need. Apollo is pre-
pared to tackle any issue —
whether your furnace is on the
fritz, air conditioner is acting
up or just want to make your
home more energy ef cient,
Apollo’s technicians are ready
to lend their expertise.
Comfort specialist Ryan
Halverson says Apollo has
seen a recent uptick in business
since housing construction and
remodeling is on the rise. Many
clients are choosing to install
new, more energy-ef cient elec-
tric heat pumps, he says.
“These new variable-speed
heat pumps from Lennox can
reduce home utility costs by
49 percent for the majority of
winter,” Halverson says. “This
reduces the reliance on gas and
propane, which are expensive.”
Apollo has also been ex-
panding its air duct cleaning
service, and is prepared to
take on even the dustiest of
ducts. Blending state-of-the-art
technology with classic good
service, an Apollo technician
will come to your home and
take a video of what’s in your
air ducts. If there’s excessive
dust and debris, chances are
good your air ducts need to
be cleaned out. Using a roto-
brush to reduce the amount of
airborne dust and dander that
could contaminate your home,
a technician can whip your
ducts back into shape in a mat-
ter of hours.
Apollo is also convenient
for those on the go. As always,
Apollo’s staf is only a phone
call away, but customers can
also book appointments on
Apollo’s newly redesigned
website, www.callapollo.com.
An array of outstanding deals
and special ofers are also avail-
able on the site.
“We’re constantly updating
and redesigning our website
to make it more convenient for
folks to use,” Halverson says.
In addition to providing
quality services at afordable
prices, Apollo is community-
minded. Partnering with “Twin
Cities Live,” Apollo has given
away a number of furnaces,
valued at $5,000 each, to fami-
lies in need this winter.
“It’s great to be able to give
back to the community,” Op-
erations Manager Aaron Cave
says. “We’ve been getting a lot
of positive feedback from cus-
tomers about our ‘Twin Cities
Live’ giveaways.”
Review readers recently
voted Apollo the “Best Heating
and Air Conditioning Com-
pany” in the area — schedule
an appointment today and fnd
out why!
Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning www.callapollo.com
Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning:
Part of the local community for over 30 years
The knowledgeable, friendly technicians at Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning will service all your heating and cooling
needs.
651.770.0603 • www.CallApollo.com
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