My daughter went here for two years for preschool, and my son went here for a year and a half for after school care. They both truly enjoyed their days there, and now that we're not going anymore - I'm unemployed, and if I were still working, they would still be going - they ask to go back.
They offer before and after school care, preschool and kindergarten. The class sizes are small, and the teachers are superb.
I felt that the fees, for a private preschool were affordable.
We've taken our cars her for work that was out of warranty, and have always been pleased with the service. We leave feeling that we've been charged a fair price for the work done, which has been done in a timely manner.
I first became aware of Fruitful Yield when my nephew was diagnosed with a very severe milk allergy, as this was one of the few places that carried the non dairy items he needed. I continue to go back for my own family's needs, especially their supplement/vitamin selection, which is fantastic. I'm also able to pick up some grocery items and personal care items as well.
There is also a selection of books available for purchase, and usually fliers/information on some alternative therapies.
The staff has always been very helpful and very knowledgeable about the items they are selling.
Harner's has long been a family favorite for breakfast gatherings.
Their pork sausage is phenomenal - fresh ground pork, not those preformed patties. Their bread basket is also phenomenal - fresh baked breads daily.
The dessert (donuts, cakes, breads, cookies) counter has never let me down. I often stop here if I'm in charge of getting donuts for a function, and my aunt stops here when she's in the area (she's an hour and a half away) for their coffee cakes.
The staff has always been friendly, and the service is usually pretty quick, although it can slow up a bit on Saturday or Sunday mornings when they're very busy. It's good, quality food at a good price.
This may be my favorite resale/thrift stores in the area. I especially like to wander through the "back room" and check out the antiques. It reminds me of my grandparents house.
They have a great variety of merchandise, including larger furniture and clothes, which is well organized. The prices are very reasonable, and if you happen to be shopping there on a sale day, you can get some things for next to nothing.
I have spoken with the manager (I don't know if iot's the same person as from 2006) on several occasions, usually just to chat, and have found him to be very helpful. The cashiers and other staff haven't been as personable, though.
I take both of my children to see Dr. Link, and have been seeing them since the birth of our first child. I have been very pleased with Dr. Link, and the staff at St. Charles Family Medical Center.
Dr. Link is the groups pediatrician, and he generally runs on time, although he does book up quickly, especially regarding school physicals.
Dr. Link is great with the kids, and he talks to them while he is giving the exam, so they know what he is doing. When my kids have had questions about what he's doing, he's always answered them.
He agreed to a delayed vaccination schedule, at my request, and never badgered or pressured me about vaccines.
Another restaurant that we are lucky enough to live within walking distance of ... this has come in handy on those nights when we've had a few too many beers while throwing darts.
Tommy O's is divided into three parts - sit down restaurant on one side, bar in the middle, pool tables and darts on the other.
Their food is good, as is the service. We've also called our food order in and picked it up. It's nothing fancy, but it's comfortable and friendly.
What a change from the chain coffee houses. I've stopped in for coffee while out running errands, and I've also met the girls there for coffee nights out. The staff has always been polite and friendly, and the store is clean and comfortable. I usually end up chatting to whoever (staff, guests) is there.
Their coffee is great, as are their snacks.
My family has been taking TKD classes here for almost two years now, and I am definitely pleased with the results, both physically and socially.
My children are learning valuable life lessons, as well as gaining self confidence, in addition to the physical skills they learn. There is nothing better than your five year old taking what they have learned in class (confidence, focus, power) and applying it to learning how to ride a two wheeler.
There are a variety of classes and times to attend, and Master Lee is also offering picnics, summer camps, movie nights, etc.
I switched over to Marberry from a dry cleaner that was closer to our home, and I am more than happy with my decision.
The prices are slightly higher (20 cents a shirt) than what we were paying, but I would rather pay the slightly higher prices for the service I'm getting. On the bigger items (blankets, rugs, pillows, coats), they are actually cheaper than my neighborhood cleaner.
I've only had one problem with one item (a rug), and when I brought it back, they re-cleaned it for free. They have never lost an item, and my husbands clothes were always ready when they said they would be.