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ECRWSS Local Postal Customer See O Our Ad on P Page 8 April 25, 2015 Paper. News Good our Y www.MailMaxOnline.com POSTMASTER: Please deliver on April 25, 2015 Volume 16, Ver. 17 Moody on The Market M oody Pat Dave Boelcke and his friend, former Chicago radio star, Fred Winston have considerable fun at one another’s expense in Dave’s radio advertising for Boelcke Heating & Air Conditioning of Stevensille . When it gets down to business, though, Mr. Boelcke not only enjoys a sterling reputation as an HVAC contractor, he is highly regarded in his own industry on a national stage as well. At last month’s annual trade conference of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) , Boelcke was elected to the ACCA National Board of Directors. Before thousands of industry colleagues at the 2015 IE3 Conference (Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency), Boelcke was named to the 18-mem-ber national board for a three year term running through March of 2018. ACCA is a non-profit association head-quartered in Arlington, Virginia , serving more than 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses in the indoor environment and energy services community. The 2015 IE3 Conference was held last month in Gaylord, Texas by the organization which sets the standards for quality comfort systems, provides leading edge education for contractors and their employees, and fights for the interests of professional contractors in every state in the union. Boelcke has been in the HVAC and indoor envi-ronment industry since 1983 and purchased his family’s commercial and residential contracting firm in 1997 upon the retirement of his father. He has been an active member of the contracting industry serving on the Michigan State Chapter’s Board of Directors. He also serves the local community through involvement in the Lakeshore Rotary Club , and serves on various boards for Lincoln Charter Township . Paul Stalknecht is President & CEO of ACCA. He says, “Dave’s dedica-tion to our industry and his community makes him an excellent choice for the ACCA Board of Directors.” He adds, “His past leadership experience will help the association continue to shape the future of the indoor environment industry, so that all contractors can pro-vide their customers with the comfort they want and deserve.” Boelcke Heating & Air Conditioning is head-quartered at 1119 W. John Beers Road in Stevensville, and also has offices and operations at 153 E. St. Joseph Street in Coloma . You can learn more by clicking the link to their webpage: http://www.boelckeheating.com Elise Mauro has been providing the latest fash-ions and accessories for the women of Harbor Country for fifteen years, but never has she been more prepared to wow them than she is heading into Spring & Summer 2015. Mauro, owner and operator of Indian Summer Boutique , celebrated the Grand Opening of her brand new location in New Buffalo all weekend long, recent-ly, after cutting the ribbon on a Friday night and wel-coming friends and fans to the party. Elise was located for the first 15 years directly across the street from the long popular, but now gone, Hannah’s Restaurant . Now, she has successfully relocated her eclectic bou-tique three blocks south to 439 S. Whittaker Street , alongside A Cut Above Salon at the railroad tracks. Two major things stand out with the move. One, she is no longer simply leasing her space...she bought the building at 439. Two, she has more than doubled the Wood Porcelain “WOOD” Dog, sand & kid proof. 86 Wood-look choices Oak, ash, walnut, distressed & grey tones ™ÊVœœÀÃʈ˜ÊÃ̜VŽÊ˜œÜ]ʘiÜÊÈ»ÝÎÈ»ÊEÊn»ÝÎÈ»ÊÈâià /ˆiÊUÊ-̜˜iÊUÊ&#0a;>À«iÌÊUÊ,i“˜>˜ÌÃÊUÊÀi>Ê,Õ}ÃÊUÊ>À`ܜœ`ÊUʏ>ÃÃÊ/ˆiÃÊUÊ&#1d;>“ˆ˜>ÌiÊ
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Dave Boelcke and his friend, former Chicago radio star, Fred Winston have considerable fun at one another’s expense in Dave’s radio advertising for Boelcke Heating & Air Conditioning of Stevensille. When it gets down to business, though, Mr. Boelcke not only enjoys a sterling reputation as an HVAC contractor, he is highly regarded in his own industry on a national stage as well. At last month’s annual trade conference of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), Boelcke was elected to the ACCA National Board of Directors. Before thousands of industry colleagues at the 2015 IE3 Conference (Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency), Boelcke was named to the 18-member national board for a three year term running through March of 2018. ACCA is a non-profit association headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, serving more than 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses in the indoor environment and energy services community. The 2015 IE3 Conference was held last month in Gaylord, Texas by the organization which sets the standards for quality comfort systems, provides leading edge education for contractors and their employees, and fights for the interests of professional contractors in every state in the union. Boelcke has been in the HVAC and indoor environment industry since 1983 and purchased his family’s commercial and residential contracting firm in 1997 upon the retirement of his father. He has been an active member of the contracting industry serving on the Michigan State Chapter’s Board of Directors. He also serves the local community through involvement in the Lakeshore Rotary Club, and serves on various boards for Lincoln Charter Township. Paul Stalknecht is President & CEO of ACCA. He says, “Dave’s dedication to our industry and his community makes him an excellent choice for the ACCA Board of Directors.” He adds, “His past leadership experience will help the association continue to shape the future of the indoor environment industry, so that all contractors can provide their customers with the comfort they want and deserve.” Boelcke Heating & Air Conditioning is headquartered at 1119 W. John Beers Road in Stevensville, and also has offices and operations at 153 E. St. Joseph Street in Coloma. You can learn more by clicking the link to their webpage: http://www.boelckeheating.com

Elise Mauro has been providing the latest fashions and accessories for the women of Harbor Country for fifteen years, but never has she been more prepared to wow them than she is heading into Spring & Summer 2015. Mauro, owner and operator of Indian Summer Boutique, celebrated the Grand Opening of her brand new location in New Buffalo all weekend long, recently, after cutting the ribbon on a Friday night and welcoming friends and fans to the party. Elise was located for the first 15 years directly across the street from the long popular, but now gone, Hannah’s Restaurant. Now, she has successfully relocated her eclectic boutique three blocks south to 439 S. Whittaker Street, alongside A Cut Above Salon at the railroad tracks. Two major things stand out with the move. One, she is no longer simply leasing her space...she bought the building at 439. Two, she has more than doubled the size of the shop to her new 1,900 square foot showcase. Mauro, who is originally from South Bend but now lives in Harbor Country, also owns a shop by the same name launched six years ago in Chesterton, Indiana. The very stylish and colorful store features women’s clothing, shoes, hats, jewelry and other accessories with roomy changing rooms and a large and growing inventory of things from key brand names. Mauro just returned in recent days from shopping trips to the big fashion shows in Atlanta and Chicago searching for great new things for her stores. Indian Summer Boutique is open seven days a week from 11am until 6pm, but will adjust to some later hours as the summer season draws closer. The ribbon cutting ceremony was facilitated by the Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce and the New Buffalo Business Association, and was well attended with many happy shoppers enjoying champagne, refreshments, networking, and spring and summer bargains.

Seventeen years to the day after Kristeen Nemethy Pope flipped on the light switch for the first time ever at her new Alley Cuts styling salon in downtown St. Joseph, she flipped over the keys to her longtime cohort Sheri Leitz, launching what you might call Alley Cuts 2.0 in the high tech world. In the world of the central business district though, the name simply evolved to Sheri’s Alley Cuts with Sheri Leitz now at the helm maintaining the lead chair. Ironically, not only did the changeover happen exactly seventeen years to the day from Kristeen’s opening salvo, it also allowed Sheri to remain in the building where she has been styling hair for fifteen years, herself. Sheri was just days away from moving down State Street to join Jennifer Fillwock at Statements Styling Lounge when the opportunity arose for her to lease the space upon Kristeen’s decision to set aside her trade to deal with some health issues. So now, the new Sheri’s Alley Cuts, located at 607 Broad Street in St. Joe is continuing a long running tradition while Sheri reorganizes the space and crafts some updating there. Sheri tells me that she feels very fortunate that she and her clients are able to stay in their cozy salon setting where she will continue to sell both Aveda products and Moroccan oil. There is a new number for the salon and it is 269-757-2326. Sheri hopes to one day welcome Kristeen back into the fold at the place they both love deeply and she welcomes the opportunity to continue to serve the community of Michigan’s Great Southwest.

Coming off of another winter of discontent, it’s understandable when your ears perk up at the words “lake affect.” There is, however, a definite force for good in the region bearing those words that delivers an entirely different impact to those in its wake. Lake Affect Appliance Service. It’s an appliance service and repair business that is gearing up for a big 2nd Anniversary in business. That’s a milestone that many small business start-ups never achieve. Ron Kintup of St. Joseph has been a saving grace to appliance owners in distress over the past two years and his firm is going strong. When Ron strapped on his tool belt two years ago, he ventured into the world of appliance repair with a sizable knowledge of his product considering his 15-years of experience in the major appliance industry with Whirlpool Corporation. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Mr. Kintup stays busy handling appliance service and repair issues across Berrien County with his Lake Affect Appliance Service company. He hangs his reputation on prompt, reliable service to homeowners, landlords, businesses and property managers across the region. Ron services all major brands of washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, ice makers, ranges, ovens, dishwashers and garbage disposals. Best of all, customers in need of Lake Affect Appliance Service are given an exact appointment time for his arrival on the job. He does not ascribe to the “four-hour window” of potential arrival. He knows that your time is valuable and respects that on every call through delivery of exact-time appointment scheduling. He is a lifelong resident of St. Joseph and a licensed and insured appliance repair expert. Thanks to the success of his start-up business which is getting ready to mark the two-year milestone, Mr. Kintup has been able to donate to events like the Humane Society of Southwestern Michigan and Berrien County Cancer Service. Normal response time for your scheduled service is 24 to 48 hours, but can sometimes be accomplished on a same day basis. To schedule an appointment for service you can send a text message to 269-985-8344 or an email to rkintup13@gmail.com. He accepts Visa, MasterCard, cash and checks.

You can find informative tips and articles by “liking” his Facebook page simply by clicking this link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lake-Affect- Appliance-Service-LLC/143857779122524?fref=ts

A mother/daughter team that has made a considerable name for itself across the Midwest has just made a whole lot of quilting fans very, very happy in Michigan’s Great Southwest. They and their new Store Manager cut the ribbon recently on a new 3,000 square foot showcase and learning center for quilters that will help avid fans avoid long distance travel through Chicago to get to Gammill Quilting classes in Wisconsin. Sue Kleinschmidt, her mother Cathy and their husbands are owners and operators of four quilting centers under the name At the Heart of Quilting and Bekki Lund from St. Joseph Township is their Store Manager at the newly established business in Suite #2 of the Camelot Business Center at 2603 S. Cleveland Avenue in the township. Together they cut a beautifully quilted maroon “ribbon” hand-crafted just for the occasion hosted by the crew from Cornerstone Chamber of Commerce. Cornerstone Chamber President Tammie Howard expressed delight that the tradition of fine quilts remains alive thanks to the amazing new technology being sold by At the Heart of Quilting. Harkening back to the days of yore when an entire living room or dining room of the family homestead would be consumed by the rickety quilting looms, Howard noted that with the advancements of technology quilting can be taken up by almost anyone with outstanding results as one can find in the shop. At the Heart of Quilting is headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin, but also has shops in St. Cloud, Minnesota, West Des Moines, Iowa and now here in St. Joseph. The shops offer a myriad of quilting classes, which is why local quilters will love having a shop right here at home instead of having to travel through the heart of Chicago to get to Beloit. The shops are all Midwest Gammill Dealerships featuring Gammill Vison 2 hand-guided and Statler Stitcher computerized quilting machines. They also offer Longarm machine sales, machine rentals, fabrics, batting, threads galore, and much more. Bekki Lund, as Store Manager, brings years of quilting experience to her role here having been engaged actively in the Gammill trade since 2005. She became enamored with the trade having experienced a quilting class herself years ago and became hooked almost immediately. She even owns her own computerized quilter which she uses routinely in her own home as a hobby capable of earning a very nice income. At the Heart of Quilting will be hosting quilt piecing classes, retreats and other similar training situations in house and will also help local quilters to do the finish work of assembling the fabric, batting and other pieces for computerized sewing right in the shop. The store will be open Monday through Friday from 9am until 5pm or by appointment for weekends and evenings. The phone number is 269-408-8442.

You can be a bright shining beacon of hope for a group of great kids with a sidebar bonus of enjoying a spectacular culinary treat for yourself from Capozio’s of Harbert in a notable fundraising effort early this summer. Anyone who has ever enjoyed the true Italian goodness of Capozio’s can reprise that feeling and help get the kids to camp at the same time on Tuesday evening, June 9th from 4:30pm until 7:30pm at the Stevensville United Methodist Church. Lighthouse Ministries of Benton Harbor is hosting an 8-week long summer camp beginning June 15th and running through August 7th. The June 9th fundraising dinner is being co-sponsored by United Federal Credit Union and Taylor Rental of Benton Harbor with the assistance of the Exchange Club of Southwest Michigan. The cost to run the camp is $250 per child for the 8-week, 7 1/2 hour per day camp where campers will engage in traditional educational activities, but also learn about growing vegetables, cooking, and learning about the area around them. Last year 62 children were successfully enrolled in the camp and the goal of Lighthouse Ministries is to host at least 100 children. All camp activities are taught by State of Michigan licensed para-professionals. During the Capozio’s Italian dinner at the Stevensville United Methodist Church, a silent auction will run concurrently with winning bidders revealed at 7:30pm. Lighthouse Ministries is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Dinner tickets are $10 each and available by calling the office at 269-861-8749 or by contacting Taylor Rental at 269-925-2125. Tickets are also being sold by all members of the Exchange Club of Southwest Michigan. In their bid to achieve the maximum success, Lighthouse Ministries is also seeking additional sponsors for the dinner as well as donations to the silent auction. Those able to donate are asked to contact Lisa Gorman at 269-861-8749 or Lynn Avara-Stover at 269-930-0273.

That’s it for this week, folks. See you Saturday here in MailMax…and 24/7 online at www.MoodyontheMarket.com

Pat Moody
Morning Radio Personality
WSJM Radio
moody@wsjm.com
(269) 925-1111

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