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Cathy tells me that what makes the coffee and to see the new things for sale arriv-the store by phone at 269-281-0186, and you at the 2 Pat resale shop so successful is the forty (40) ven-ing daily. Right now the store is filled with will find the shop at 2640 W. John Beers at Lak dors there who sell everything from antiques to Christmas gift items and decorations, and Road between Pizza Hut and Family Dollar . procras with the Open House will be open Congratulations to everyone at What’s New, I? lookin *Some exclusions. back. American Girl See accessories...from tools to 200 beginning SPECIAL PURCHASE WHILE LAST! Southw seven days a week throughout the month of and Happy Anniversary! Rosanna Santaniello $ 99 50% off Associ Murphy was born into the from filled purchase restaurant and hospitality date † entries business. She and her family hold a sterling dreds o reputation in Michigan’s Great Southwest for and id outstanding food and quality of customer ser-34th A vice at their long-time home of Santaniello’s Garde Italian Restaurant and Glenlord Pizzeria . LMC She and her family have become dedicated next A practitioners of creating a delightful dining approa $ 99 experience always. Having recently discovered 57% off opport a range of personal issues stemming from glu-service NEW! ten, Rosanna has eliminated gluten products ees loo $ 99 from her personal diet. As a result of her 57% off spring heightened awareness, she has also discovered looking that fans of gluten-free products have very few * Want a 60” TV? ground Just add $400 to the price with select local choices when it comes to desserts. Rather of the 51” TV package! 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The two 32 Sectional + Storage Ottoman + 51” TV Queen Size Bed + Dresser + Nightstand + 32” TV & Bat at Lake Michigan College. will hand-craft gluten-free goodies for aficio-Decora 99 nados all across the region. They only$ 99 BUYS! recently $ 99 60% off offered a taste test some of the first offerings Find additional companion pieces online!55521ured Plan your space with our online room planner! 3 from the Gluten Free Goddess kitchens during • Free wireless access the 1st Annual Mint Condition Barn • In-suite 40” flat panel TV, washer, and dryer Boutique and were extremely well received. • Full kitchen including microwave and dishwasher Going forward, you can reach Rosanna, Jayme • Large outdoor recreation area and the Gluten Free Goddess Bakery at 269-• 4-person and 2-person suitese 757-1045 . Congratulations to both of you... and best of luck with your gluten-free adven-ture! Virtually every passing conversation among friends who haven’t been together for a while begins with the question, “What’s new?” Continued from page 9 For Isla Kisker and her staff it’s the question Accesories retailers…Green Living practi-Joseph is handling the remodeling task at the two styles of wings, nachos and five type of posed directly on the front door. You see Isla, tioners…Outdoor Living experts…Shopping site of the former Roma’s Pizza on M-139 in dessert offerings. From authentic Chicago-who hails from Berrien Springs , owns and & Lifestyle businesses…and Financial & the Scottdale neighborhood across from style deep dish pizza , to specialty pizzas like operates “What’s New, I?” in the Village of Professional Services providers. If you haven’t Pater True Value Hardware. There is still no taco & Hawaiian offerings, it would appear Stevensville . What’s New, I? is a Re-Sale already talked with the association or would posted launch date for the new pizzeria at 4031 that there’s something for everyone in the fam-Shop marking its 1st Anniversary in busi-There are also bread sticks, cheese sticks, should & ily. Inserts Promotions like to contact them at your earliest conve-S. M-139 , but the remodeling work ness at the front of the Village Square along garlic breads, fold-overs, and a lot more. There brighten the dining room considerably. The nience, please contact Jules Katz by e-mail at John Beers Road in Stevensville. According are currently six East of Chicago Pizza fran-predecessor restaurant had only the glass front katzjules@gmail.com or by at 269-985-MailMax is a publication of phone Far Ahead Advertising, Inc. to one of her friends and fellow vendors, chises in Indiana , one each in Kentucky, door and a narrow sidelight until the new plate 3941. Don’ wait until it’s too late and there’s Cathy Froggatt , it has been a “phenomenal 2202 Plaza Drive Benton Harbor, MI 49022 South Carolina and West Virginia ...and glass window was cut and put into place. For no more room in the inn! first year!” To commemorate that incredible nearly 70 operations peppered across the state those unfamiliar with the concept, East of Phone: New stonework has 269.934.7522 been erected...a crisp success story, What’s New, I? will conduct a of Ohio . This one’s already on the soon to Chicago anchors itself on a signature fresh pan new black door canopy in place proclaiming FAX: is 269.934.3297 celebratory Open House on Sunday, December open list at their corporate website and the new pizza, but has a pretty broad menu that also “Pizza Done Right”... and the restaurant sports email: publisher@farahead.com 8th from noon until 6pm. Isla and her crew sign has been in place for a couple of months includes subs, salads, sides and desserts. In a plate glass front window for the first time Inserts may vary by Zip Code Continued on page 9 www.MailMaxOnline.com •www.facebook.com/eMailMax ever...as work continues on the up and coming fact, you will find a dozen different styles of now. Stay tuned for details on the opening of East of Chicago Pizza franchise in Royalton pizza on the East of Chicago menu along with the new pizzeria. When the U.S. Department of Labor Township. CPM Construction from St. a dozen different styles of subs, five salads, filed its weekly report on the number of green metal wine M oody it’s on SALE! Whatever you’re looking for, † MOODY Moody on will be serving up holiday cheer with refresh-MEGA SALE and door prize gift certificates to The Market ments Martin’s Supermarkets and Roger’s Continued from page 1 199 www.MailMaxOnline.com SALE Dinsmore Twin-Over-Full Size Bunk Bed Tubular metal in powdercoat fi nish. 79w 56d 60h. 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SKU# PTOP277 Cayman Bench SKU# 2477783 ard is valid for redemption after furniture delivery is complete and all purchase requirements are met. Designated TVs are 720p. TV room packages are non-returnable and non-refundable; 30-day Satisfaction Guarantee does not apply. Offer not valid on prior purchases. All Slumberland room packages are fi nal price; no additional coupons or dently owned and operated furniture store. BEST BUY ® is only responsible for providing the HDTV and Gift Cards to support the promotion. Delivery and installation are not included. BEST BUY, the BEST BUY logo and the tag design are trademarks of BBY Solutions, Inc. 99 Hot Maxwell 51” HDTV Room Package 60” HDTV Package $2599.99 SKU# PTV8154 TM PILLOW NOT INCLUDED. SKU# PTV8153 FINAL PRICES. NO FURTHER DISCOUNTS.c 1199 Riva 32” HDTV Room Package Bed includes headboard, footboard and rails. SKU# PMOD234 FINAL PRICE. 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Rosanna Santaniello Murphy was born into the restaurant and hospitality business. She and her family hold a sterling reputation in Michigan's Great Southwest for outstanding food and quality of customer service at their long-time home of Santaniello's Italian Restaurant and Glenlord Pizzeria.<br /> <br /> She and her family have become dedicated practitioners of creating a delightful dining experience always. Having recently discovered a range of personal issues stemming from gluten, Rosanna has eliminated gluten products from herpersonal diet. As a result of her heightened awareness, she has also discovered that fans of gluten-free products have very few localchoices when it comes to desserts.Rather than simply suffer through her lack of treats, the ever inventive restaurateur has decided to create her own home-based bakery business to resolve that issue once and for all. Now anyone who knows Rosanna knows that she has already hit a home run with the name of her new business. She has elected to name her new bakery business Gluten Free Goddess Baked Goods. She has teamed up with Jayme Surch, who she calls a baking genius. The two will hand-craft gluten-free goodies for aficionados all across the region. They recently offered a taste test some of the first offerings from theGluten Free Goddess kitchens during the 1st Annual Mint Condition Barn Boutique and were extremely well received. Going forward, you can reach Rosanna, Jayme and the Gluten Free Goddess Bakery at 269- 757-1045. Congratulations to both of you... and best of luck with your gluten-free adventure!<br /> <br /> Virtually every passing conversation among friends who haven't been together for a while begins with the question, "What's new?" For Isla Kisker and her staff it's the question posed directly on the front door. You see Isla, who hails from Berrien Springs, owns and operates "What's New, I?" In the Village of Stevensville. What's New, I? Is a Re-Sale Shop marking its 1st Anniversary in business at the front of the Village Square along John Beers Road in Stevensville. According to one of her friends and fellow vendors, Cathy Froggatt, it has been a "phenomenal first year!" To commemorate that incredible success story, What's New, I? Will conduct a celebratory Open House on Sunday, December 8th from noon until 6pm. Isla and her crew Will be serving up holiday cheer with refreshments and door prize gift certificates to Martin's Supermarkets and Roger's Foodland. Cathy tells me that what makes the resale shop so successful is the forty (40) vendors there who sell everything from antiques to American Girl accessories...from tools to Furniture...and from household items to collectibles. Customers are continually drawn back to the inviting atmosphere for a cup of coffee and to see the new things for sale arriving daily. Right now the store is filled with Christmas gift items and decorations, and beginning with the Open House will be open seven days a week throughout the month of December. The store hours are Monday through Saturday from 10am until 6pm and Sundays from noon until 5pm. You can reach the store by phone at 269-281-0186, and you will find the shop at 2640 W. John Beers Road between Pizza Hut and Family Dollar. Congratulations to everyone at What's New, I? And Happy Anniversary!<br /> <br /> If you are a business owner whose trade falls largely in the home, garden or leisure industry category and you haven't locked in your space at the 2014 Home, Garden & Leisure Show at Lake Michigan College next spring, your procrastination might leave you on the outside looking in! Show organizers with the Southwestern Michigan Home Builder's Association tell me that space is rapidly being filled and we're approaching "last call" for entries from exhibitors eager to reach the hundreds of people who turn out for innovation and ideas every year for the big show. The 34th Annual Southwestern Michigan Home, Garden & Leisure Show will take place in the LMC Mendel Center's Grand Upton Hall next April 11th, 12th, and 13th and space is approaching a premium capacity. It's the opportunity to showcase your products and services to more than 1,600 motivated attendees looking to renovate their homes, begin spring garden and landscaping projects, and looking for new leisure activities in the playground of Michigan's Great Southwest. Producers of the shows have conducted their research annually and report that 94% of those who turn out own their own home, with 90% of them in the 36 to 56+ age group. A third of them earn from $25-to-$50-thousand dollars in annual household income...and nearly half earn in the $51-to-$150-thousand dollar range. The show annually attracts these types of businesses offering up products and services: Building & Remodeling Contractors.. .Kitchen & Bathroom designers. Interior Design & Decorating professionals. Furnishing & Accessories retailers...Greea Living practitioners... Outdoor Living experts. Shopping & Lifestyle businesses. And Financial & Professional Services providers. If you haven't already talked with the association or would like to contact them at your earliest convenience, please contact Jules Katz by e-mail at katzjules@gmail.com or by phone at 269-985- 3941. Don' wait until it's too late and there's no more room in the inn!<br /> <br /> New stonework has been erected...a crisp new black door canopy is in place proclaiming "Pizza Done Right"...and the restaurant sports a plate glass front window for the first time ever...as work continues on the up and coming East of Chicago Pizza franchise in Royalton Township. CPM Construction from St. Joseph is handling the remodeling task at the site of the former Roma's Pizza on M-139 in the Scottdale neighborhood across from Pater True Value Hardware. There is still no posted launch date for the new pizzeria at 4031 S. M-139, but the remodeling work should brighten the dining room considerably. The predecessor restaurant had only the glass front door and a narrow sidelight until the new plate glass window was cut and put into place. For those unfamiliar with the concept, East of Chicago anchors itself on a signature fresh pan pizza, but has a pretty broad menu that also includes subs, salads, sides and desserts. In fact, you will find a dozen different styles of pizza on the East of Chicago menu along with a dozen different styles of subs, five salads, two styles of wings, nachos and five type of dessert offerings. From authentic Chicagostyle deep dish pizza, to specialty pizzas like taco & Hawaiian offerings, it would appear that there's something for everyone in the family. There are also bread sticks, cheese sticks, garlic breads, fold-overs, and a lot more. There are currently six East of Chicago Pizza franchises in Indiana, one each in Kentucky, South Carolina and West Virginia ^and nearly 70 operations peppered across the state of Ohio. This one's already on the soon to open list at their corporate website and the new sign has been in place for a couple of months now. Stay tuned for details on the opening of the new pizzeria.<br /> <br /> When the U.S. Department of Labor filed its weekly report on the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits just ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Michigan was one of the states with the largest decrease in unemployment benefit claims in the nation. The Great Lakes State saw such claims fall by 3,342 statewide...at a time when both the first-time weekly jobless claims and the national average have finally returned to pre-recession levels. Labor officials say that Unemployment benefit applications are a proxy for layoffs, and they have fallen in six of the past seven weeks now. California was the only state in the union with a steeper decline in unemployment claims where they recorded a drop of 4,644 due to fewer layoffs in the service industry. Government officials said there were no special factors that drove claims lower, but did caution that it can be difficult to seasonally adjust in late November because the Thanksgiving holiday occurs at different times each year. By way of example, the holiday was a full week later this year that it was in 2012. Overall, the trend has been a hopeful one and with employers adding 204,000 jobs last month and layoffs on the decline, making the report a bright spot ahead of the holidays.<br /> <br /> If you don't have enough time to bake your own holiday cookies this year, or just want to assure a great variety for your celebrations, you might want to plan a quick stop at the St. Joe Lincoln Senior Center next Saturday, December 14th. That will be the day of their Cookie Walk hosted by center volunteers. In fact, senior center participants are the ones who are volunteering their time, talent, and all of the ingredients for the cookies being baked and donated for the big sale. Most baked items will feature "a holiday-ish theme." All cookies in the sale will be priced at $8-per pound and each bag could hold up to 2-pounds. The sale will run from 9am until noon at the St. Joseph Lincoln Senior Center located at 3271 Lincoln Avenue in St. Joseph on Saturday, December 14th. Nearly 100 bakers have been lined up to bake for the sale, so it should be a grand affair. Shirley Reichert is the executive director of the center and she tells me that all money raised in the sale will be used to offset the badly needed upgrade of several pieces of audio-visual equipment, to benefit the various exercise groups, photography for the monthly newsletter, and various other additions to equipment used in the Activity Room. The center hopes to continue to improve the quality of their programming and publications going forward.<br /> <br /> It's an annual campaign almost as ubiquitous as the Salvation Army's Red Kettle efforts. For several decades the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots program has been a part of the holiday landscape and this year is certainly no exception. While many collection sites across the region will continue for several weeks, the highest profile drive in our area has traditionally gone to efforts at The Orchards Mall where WNDU TV will mark its 19th consecutive year of over-the-air collections for the less fortunate in our midst. Nearly 334,000 toys for needy children in the region have been collected over the course of the years, and the on-air collection this year is slated to take place this morning, Saturday, December 7th, from 7am until 10am. New, unwrapped toys will be collected during that time at The Orchards Mall drop-off site manned by TV personalities and Marine Corps members on site. The drop-off site inside the Mall will continue through the season, if you're not able to get there by the time of the broadcast. Several local Real Estate Brokers have identified themselves as drop-points as Well. Julie Zych is Marketing Director of Coldwell Banker in the region and she says that new, unwrapped toys will be accepted at Coldwell Banker Anchor Real Estate at 2409 Lakeshore Drive in St. Joseph and Coldwell Banker Town & Country Real Estate at 4891 Wil-O-Paw Drive in Coloma through Friday, December 20th. She tells me that last year over 2,500 families in Southwest Michigan received holiday help and over 10,000 children in our area received toys through Toys for Tots efforts. Lauren Kelley is the new Call Coordinator at Keller Williams Realty in St. Joseph. She tells me that their offices at 815 Highland Avenue in St. Joseph will be collecting toys for the campaign until December 18th. Drop-offs can be made from 8:30am until 5pm daily until then. Toys are needed for children of all ages, but especially for teenagers, inasmuch as so many think of the littlest kids first. Toys for children from infants through the teen years can be dropped off at any official Toys for Tots collection site this holiday season to help make the celebration brighter for everyone.<br /> <br /> That's it for this week, folks. Hope to see you at the Reindog Parade... or around town, and please remember when doing your holiday shopping to please Shop Locally! There's more here than you know!<br /> <br /> Pat Moody<br /> Morning Radio Personality<br /> WSJM Radio<br /> moody@wsjm.com<br /> (269) 925-1111

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