Pizza Kwik has reopened as a full-service pizzeria on wheels. The restaurant was originally founded in 1969 by Bob (AKA “Greasy Bob”) and Judy Huber, who passed the restaurant down through four generations of the Huber family over the course of 50 years. Well known for their homemade St. Louis-style pizzas, they shut down in 2017 and are now reopening three years later due to popular demand. The Pizza Kwik food truck will travel to Jefferson City and several surrounding areas serving pizzas including pepperoni, sausage and mushroom, and meat lovers. (573) 645-1894 | firstname.lastname@example.org
After seven years, Xtreme Body & Paint has closed their Country Club location and made expansions to their main location at 1007 Lomo Dr. Xtreme Body and Paint has been providing professional collision repair and auto body repair solutions in Jefferson City since 2003. The new renovation to the main location allows for big truck repair and is big enough for staff members from the Lomo Drive and Country Club Drive locations, as well some new staffers hired to help make the customer experience even better.
1007 Lomo Dr. | (573) 893-8722 | @xtremebodyandpaintjc
Local author Gary Wilbers has released his fourth book, “Cultivate Positive Culture: 10 Actions to Faithful Living,” featuring motivational tips to help readers overcome stress, anxiety, and hardships. In addition to being a bestselling author, Wilbers is also a keynote speaker, business coach, leadership trainer, and lifelong entrepreneur. Part one of the new book tells a fictional story about implementing the 10 actions to faithful living, while part two of the book gives actionable steps to incorporate these 10 actions into everyday life.
1025 Southwest Blvd. Suite A | (573) 644-6655 | @ascendleadershiptraining | email@example.com
Capital Region Medical Center announced the construction of an outpatient surgery center on the hospital campus. Located on the ground level of the Capital Region Physicians’ office building, the new 24,000-square-foot addition will house four operating rooms, two endoscopic procedure rooms, imaging suites, and space to accommodate future growth. All pre- and post-procedure rooms will be private and thoughtfully designed with a patient-centered approach. The decision to expand services in an outpatient setting is part of CRMC’s commitment to continued innovation, allowing more surgeries and procedures to be conducted on an outpatient basis, thereby allowing patients to recover in the comfort of their own surroundings. Construction will likely begin in the spring. Once the ground is broken, CRMC expects construction to take a year and a half.
1125 Madison St. | (573) 632-5000 | @capitalregion
KRCG 13 was honored with a National Edward R. Murrow Award for breaking news coverage of the 2019 tornado in the Jefferson City and Eldon areas. The award was presented at the virtual RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Awards and Celebration on October 10. The Edward R. Murrow Awards recognize outstanding achievements in electronic journalism that demonstrate the spirit of excellence that former broadcaster Edward Murrow set as a standard for the profession.
(573) 896-5144 | firstname.lastname@example.org | krcgtv.com
Sweet Smoke BBQ has expanded its restaurant yet again — but this time on wheels. Their new 27-foot food truck will be mainly used to participate in events throughout the Mid-Missouri area, including Columbia and the Lake of the Ozarks. The menu will be limited compared to the two brick-and-mortar locations in Jefferson City, but customers can still expect to find their slow-smoked ribs, turkey, and brisket along with a variety of sides.
127 E High St. | (573) 415-2480
3530 Country Club Dr. | (573) 636-1007
email@example.com | @sweetsmokebbqmo
Jefferson City Winsupply is pleased to announce the addition of Angie Finton Designs to their new location. Jefferson City Winsupply was founded in 1936 as a full-service wholesaler specializing in plumbing and irrigation as well as bath and kitchen design. With Angie Finton Designs, Winsupply now offers professional interior and home staging design services focused on form, function, and flow with pops of color and detail. Angie has a bachelor degree specializing in interior design and an associate degree in business administration from the University of Central Missouri. She is accredited through the International Association of Home Staging Professionals to provide full service from start to finish, from designing your home to creating a space that is both functional in design and stylishly furnished. In addition, she can aid in the layout of furnishings, choosing material, and making paint selections through 2D or 3D drawings.
1939 Allen Dr. | (573) 291-4298 | firstname.lastname@example.org | @afintondesigns
White Oaks Hollow, a brand new event center in Holts Summit, is officially opening
their doors and wedding aisles. Whether you’re looking for a beautiful wedding scene or a fun atmosphere for events, the venue offers a variety of settings, accommodations for up to 250 guests, a three-acre lake, and even a honeymoon cabin. White Oaks Hollow also offers a military and service member discount, and they work directly with Tina Newton Photography and local caterers for all of your event needs.
3498 Camp Keown Rd., Holts Summit | (573) 694-3208
Providence Bank announced they will be partnering with First Mid Bancshares to form a joint company. Providence Bank is a family-owned institution with a 132-year legacy of successful community banking primarily engaged in providing a full range of banking and financial services to individual and business customers. Following the completion of the transaction, First Mid is expected to have approximately $5.3 billion in total assets. First Mid will also increase its St. Louis Metro market presence to approximately $1.1 billion in loans. Unanimously approved by each company’s board of directors, the agreement is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021.
3525 Missouri Blvd.
815 W. Stadium Blvd.
300 Ellis Blvd.
Le Bee Marché, Southbank’s Occasional Store, located next door to Southbank Gift Company, is now open the fourth weekend of every month. The store offers curated antiques and classic furniture with a European flair. Using British artist Annie Sloan’s decorative methods, owner Jill Bednar has been restoring and repurposing furniture for the past six years. She recently moved into the space to encourage others to repurpose their antiques in new and creative ways and show off the variety of finishes that can be applied to items people already have. Customers can also purchase items to start their own DIY projects, including waxes, stencils, transfers, molds, and more.
108 E. High St. | @lebeemarche
Jefferson City Rape and Abuse Crisis Services (RACS) is proud to announce that Angela Hirsch will be returning to RACS as executive director. Angela comes from Central Missouri Community Action, in Columbia, where she served the past 15 years as the chief program officer. She is a 25-year veteran of the nonprofit sector and former program manager of RACS. She holds a bachelor’s degree in child and family development from Missouri State University and a certification in victimology from Washburn University. Angela will serve as the main public contact and spokesperson for the organization and will represent RACS in the nine counties that the organization serves. For more than 40 years, RACS has been providing services to persons who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, and Angela is committed to the RACS mission, clients, and staff. Alden Henrickson, who has devoted the last six years to strengthening RACS, announced his retirement in January. Alden faithfully served the organization until the end of the 2020 year to assist with a smooth transition. RACS is thankful for Alden’s years of service and looks forward to seeing what Angela holds for the future.
24/7 Hotline (800) 303-0013 | (573) 634-4911 | www.racsjc.org