Saint John the Baptist school alumni parents pose with their children who currently attend the school.
Three generations came together to express their fondness for Saint John the Baptist School. From the left, Stephanie Waite (nee Boutelle), granddaughter Emma, age 11, and brother Jack, age 6, with their mother Melanie Dowell, all attended the Catholic school.
Saint John the Baptist Catholic Parish School and Preschool educates students for life, and has for generations.
Located in New Brighton, the school enrolls 443 pre-K through eighth-grade boys and girls, and provides personalized classroom instruction in standard subjects as well as opportunities for participation in sports, music, arts and extra-curricular activities.
The Tales Behind The Sales - 2014 Progress. A publication promoting area businesses in Arden Hills, Mounds View, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, New Brighton, Shoreview, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. This edition features MULTICARE ASSOCIATES • PJW • CHANDLER PLACE • FAIRWAY COLLISION AND AUTOMOTIVE • CARDINAL POINTE OF MAPLEWOOD • ALLSTATE INSURANCE - MARY TOSKE • HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM-PURCELL • GEORGE'S SHOES & REPAIR • SHOREVIEW COMMUNITY CENTER • MINNESOTA ONCOLOGY • BRAUSEN'S FAMILY REPAIR CENTERS. Progress is a Lillie Printing publication and supplement to the Bulletin newspapers.
The staff at Holcomb-Henry-Boom-Purcell are dedicated to providing personalized service to families. Pictured from left to right are Lynne Schriver-Sheedy, John Locke, owners Richard and Sharon Purcell, Daniel Grubisch and Donna Dvorak.
For the dedicated staff at Holcomb-Henry-Boom-Purcell Funeral Home and Cremation Services, providing comfort to families who have just lost a loved one is a top priority.
“We like to treat every family as if they were our very own,” says Richard Purcell, who owns the business with his wife Sharon.
The Shoreview Community Room at the Shoreview Community Center can comfortably seat up to 300 guests and is a popular choice for weddings, corporate seminars and other large gatherings.
The Tropics Indoor Waterpark is a favorite destination for many families year-round. The Shoreview Community Center offers several themed party options for children with unlimited access to its climate-controlled indoor Tropics Waterpark and Tropical Adventure Playground.
Whether you’re planning a small corporate luncheon for 10 or a formal wedding reception for 300 guests, you’ll find the perfect space and amenities for your next special event at the Shoreview Community Center.
The Community Center has hosted hundreds of functions, from corporate meetings and seminars to birthday parties, family reunions, high school graduations, bar mitzvahs, quinceañeras and many other momentous occasions.
The friendly Allstate Insurance staff Tonya Tourville, Owner Mary Toske, Marra Medina and Troy Toske (left to right) have been at their new location in Mounds View in the Silver View Plaza on Hwy. 10 since Nov. 1.
...Very good hands, actually, with agent Mary Toske and her husband Troy, and really, the whole knowledgeable staff at the Allstate agency on County Highway 10, next to Dominos Pizza.
Mary, who has lived in Mounds View for the past nine years, can be your local connection for all your family’s insurance needs, whether it’s for your home, vehicle, boat or life. And she can even help with other financial services, such as retirement planning.
Renovations to the assisted living apartments at Chandler Place include a more open floor space and beautiful hardwood floors.
The St. Anthony Health Care facility will soon feature a fully remodeled Therapy Gym for specialized treatment of a variety of conditions. Therapy will be offered six days a week.
Hardwood floors, airy and open spaces and crown molding are features anyone would appreciate in their home. So it makes sense that these features are being added to Chandler Place’s assisted living apartments.
These apartments have been updated to add a more open, spacious floor plan and rich hardwood floors. Because it’s the little things that make an apartment a home, Chandler Place has also added crown molding accents and new bathroom fixtures.
Though it has a long-established reputation for quality body repair, Fairway also has on staff two full-time mechanics, who can handle any repair task — from oil changes to engine replacements.
Fairway, with its embrace of the latest and best technologies, has the perfect equipment to give your car a paint job that makes it look like new, while adhering to the highest environmental standards.
Since 1975, when Mike and Jane Lund first opened Fairway Collision and Automotive, the company has built a reputation for quality work and strong customer service while also finding time to play a vital role in civic life in Vadnais Heights.
Automotive technician Mike London manned the computer terminal for receiving orders.
Tom Richter worked the brake and rotor machine at PJW.
Dave Schackelford fixed one of many cars in for repair at PJW.
0ffice assistant Sara Hall is the friendly voice at PJW Auto Service and Repair.
The recent economy forced many folks to put off routine maintenance on still usable vehicles, PJW Automotive owner Pat Whalen says, but now it’s time to catch up.
It’s a wise idea to maintain older vehicles and keep them on the road. For many, it’s the most economical path, when compared to a monthly car payment, with the increased taxes and insurance premiums, Whalen points out.
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.
Melissa George stitches up a boot in the back room of the store. The family prides itself on being able to fix almost anything.
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 suburbs for 50 years, and was started by the George family in 1905.
A mechanical whirring frequently 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.