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"Helping the World Discover Adel" - Vol. 90 April 2016
One of the things I've always loved about living in Adel is taking evening strolls. The old trees, the brick streets, the 100 plus years of architecture that blends so well together. There's always a ball game some where along the path and folks wave as you walk by and give you a smile.

Our kids would chase the worms and squirrels along the sidewalk asking a myriad of questions about trees, bugs, and if the the river goes all the way to the ocean. Some of our best conversations have been on those walks.

Of course no journey would be complete with out an ice cream stop. It's had several names and owners over the last 30 years but it still serves the best ice cream in the county... as stated by my grand daughter.

This month we had the pleasure of talking with Billy, the owner of Billy's Ice Cream Store, the same one my granddaughter endorsed, as she was preparing for the season's opening day on April 1st.

So grab a cup of coffee, there's a lot to cover this month and we look forward to seeing you in Adel. While you're here, don't forget to stop and get sundae or cone.

Billys Ice Cream Stoore - Adel Iowa
Billys Ice Cream Store - Adel Iowa
Billy Nuzum , owner of Billy's Ice Cream Store in Adel
Billy Nuzum
- Billy's Ice Cream Store

For the past 50 years Adel has been home to a little ice cream shop next to the bike trail. Generations of Iowans have stepped in the doors of this iconic store, creating traditions and lifelong memories.

This month we spoke with Billy Nuzum about the joys of continuing this Adel tradition.

You'll notice Billy's Ice Cream Store along Nile Kinnick Drive by its bright green paint and red picnic benches.

Formerly known as Dairy Stripe, this Adel business has been serving up ice cream treats and concessions to children young and old for nearly 50 years.

In 2015, new owners Billy and Bob Nuzum of Johnston purchased the store and reinvigorated Adel's love of ice cream.

Billy's charm and friendly nature is a nostalgic greeting that welcomes customers to relax and enjoy our small town.

"We've been in concessions for quite a long time. We've operated concessions at the Camp Dodge swimming pool, and the two West Des Moines swimming pools. We have always enjoyed doing that- we wanted to get out of the office routine and I've always been a people person. I love to be around people and this mixture was the perfect storm!"

Billys Ice Cream Store - Adel Iowa
"The most exciting thing is to have people come in and enjoy the picnic tables. Kids can ride their bikes up here and know its a safe place where they can sit and visit with their friends.

We have adults and people from out of town who say 'I used to come in when I was a kid', and that's just fun. Its the reconnection I'm excited about. I've missed everyone during the winter so come back and see me!"

Billy's Ice Cream Store quickly gained popularity last season due to easy access from the bike trail and a wide range of flavors to please any palette.

The shop has been a favorite stop along the Raccoon River Valley Trail with its large parking lot and shade. Cyclists fondly remember that years ago RRVT Association founders Chuck and Carla Offenburger first met at the ice cream shop. The local stop was so important to them that they married in the parking lot and served ice cream at the reception.

Billys Ice Cream Store - Adel Iowa
"Ice Cream Shoes" made by one of Billy's customers

"We like to cater to the bikers. I put out signs along the bike trail to let people know how to find us. We fill their water bottles and like being able to offer a space to sit in the shade or get away from the rain."

"I buy all my product from Anderson Erickson- I think its the best. I had a lot of compliments on my ice cream last year that it tastes homemade. I have two soft serve ice cream machines- these are my babies- and I take really good care of them.

I run Vanilla, Chocolate, and Lemon all the time. Then I have one flavor to play with. Soft serve is where all the malts, shakes, banana splits, and cones come from."

"Up front in the case I keep hard-pack ice cream in 3 gallon tubs. That's a lot of fun- especially with the little kids who can look and point and say 'I want that one!" I keep flavors for the kids like Cotton Candy and Birthday Party, and the rest I switch around with interesting flavors like Amaretto Cherry. I want to be able to offer something for everybody."

Billys Ice Cream Store - Adel Iowa
Billy's Ice Cream Store will open for the season Friday April 1st, 2016. Billy is excited to offer a few new menu items such as hot coffee and espresso.

Each weekday Billy's will offer a light lunch option from 11-2 pm. This daily special is a sandwich paired with a large soda for an affordable price.

She has also hinted that she may add a new line of novelty treats, snacks, and unique desserts such as Caramel Apple Slices as the season progresses.

Billy & Bob share the dream to expand the business even further. This year the ice cream store will be participating in the Sweet Corn Festival parade and the Bacoon Ride.

The couple hopes that with the right products and loyal customers, Billy's Ice Cream Store could be open year round someday. For now, the shop is open Monday-Saturday 11 am - 9 pm, and Sundays from 1-9 pm.

Billy loves Adel and thinks very highly of the community members that make the town special.

"Adel has a lot of new growth happening. A lot of them are people coming out of Des Moines looking for the small town feel, the smaller school system and that sense of community. Its a fantastic community- I gained so much respect working at Fareway during Christmas time, especially the way the community reached out to each other. They just take care of each other. We saw so many different act of kindness; the food pantry, the churches that are active, just that whole community effort to take care of each other. I can't think of a thing Adel could do better than what they are doing now."

Billys Ice Cream Store - Adel Iowa
Billy's Ice Cream Store
308 Nile Kinnick Drive
Adel, Iowa 50003
Facebook: Billys-Ice-Cream-Store-1580752792179655/

Monday-Saturday 11am-9pm
Sunday 1pm-9pm
Adel LSB Insurance - Freedom of Choice
LSB Insurance Offers You Freedom of Choice  

Lori and Josh with LSB Insurance are your local Trusted Choice - Independent Insurance Agents.  

Providing unbiased and unparalleled service from quote through claims.

Unlike other insurance agents, they have the freedom to competitively shop multiple insurance carriers and put together a plan that can save you money.

Exercise your Freedom to Choose today - Call Lori or Josh to discuss your Auto, Home, Life, and Business insurance needs.

LSB Insurance
LSB Insurance
805 Main Street
Adel IA 50003
Office: 515-253-9475
Office: 800-361-1558
Fax: 515-253-9502
ADM Dance Camp - Adel Iowa
ADM HS Dance Team - Dancer Experience Workshop April 3rd

The ADM High School Dance Team will be hosting their very first "Dancer Experience" workshop on Sunday April 3rd from 1-3 pm. at Adel Tumbling and Dance Club in Adel.

The workshop is for grades 6th-12th. The cost is $20 per dancer. This is a great way to see what the dance team is all about and for anyone that has interest in trying out for the team in the future.

To register or more information, please contact Coach Tara Leete at 515-447-7102 or information is also available in the activities office of the ADM High School.

ADM Schools
ADM High School
801 Nile Kinnick Dr S.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4283
NAPA Know How This April  

April is the perfect time to spruce up your ride and Adel Auto Parts is your local resource for NAPA Know How.

Take advantage of the nice weather to change your battery, oil, filter, belts and fluids. Brakes getting spongy?

Talk to John and his team to find the perfect pads and rotors for your make and model. Defend against potholes and reduce the bumps with NAPA shocks and struts.

Adel Auto Parts has all the products you need to keep your car running smooth and looking fine from tools to Turtle Wax. This spring get your hands dirty with NAPA Know How and Adel Auto Parts!

Adel Auto Parts Corporation
809 Main Street * Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: 515-993-3212

Perry Auto Parts
1001 3rd. St. * Perry, Iowa 50220
Phone: 515-465-4615

Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 7:30 am - Noon
Porch Junkies - Modville Adel Iowa
Porch Junkies "Secret Shed" Opened April 8th & 9th

Save the dates for the Awesome Adel City Wide Garage Sales April 8th & 9th!

Modville will be selling out of the "Secret Shed" and we will have some yummy grub with a Food Truck on site to make it your Mid Century & Vintage Retro Day Destination!

Free Galaga Plays! Free Coffee & Snacks! Free Pop Rocks & Pixie Sticks! Free trips down memory lane!

We look forward to meeting new friends of Modville so come lounge with us!!! Find out more at

Modville Porch Junkies - Adel Iowa
Modville - Home of The Porch Junkies
1802 Greene St,
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 868-4141
Facebook: ThePorchJunkies
Phillip Hufferd Memorial Fun Run - Adel Iowa
Penoach's 1st Annual Philip Hufferd Memorial Run April 23rd

Penoach Winery will be hosting a Fun Run/Walk on April 23rd. It is the Philip Hufferd Memorial Fun Run to benefit Parkinsons disease. Phil passed away this past January from the disease.

He was the owners brother and brother-in-law.  All proceeds go to the Parkinson's Foundation. Registration deadline is April 13th.  You will receive a t-shirt. Registration is available on the website,, or at the winery.

Race day registrations are welcome, but no t shirt will be available. It is only a one mile run/walk and is meant for fun.  Participants will receive 50% off a bottle of wine and are invited to stay for lawn games and socialization afterwards.

All proceeds from this run will benefit the Parkinson's Disease Foundation

Penoach Winery - Adel Iowa
Penoach Winery
26759 N Avenue
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4374
Facebook: Penoach-Vineyard-Winery/245394812158686
ADM Alumni Golf Tournament
2016 Annual ADM Alumni Golf Tournament Tickets On Sale 

The 14th Annual ADM Alumni Golf Tournament

The Adel DeSoto Minburn Alumni Association invites you to join us Friday, August 12th, 2016.

2 Shotgun Starts at River Valley Golf.

Pre-registration is required to participate. Spots fill up quickly. Register Now to ensure your participation in the upcoming tournament! For more information see our website: or contact Dick Wicks at (515) 993-4454 or

ADM Alumni Association - Adel Iowa
ADM Alumni Association
P.O. Box 122
Adel, IA 50003
Adel Partners - Adel Iowa
2016 Adel Business and Citizen of the Year Winners 

The Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce announced the Business of the Year and the Citizen of the Year at the Celebrate Adel Annual Dinner, held on March 22nd, 2016.

The event was held at Park Place Catering with Adel's own Van Harden regaling the crowd with stories of Adel and Van's journey through Radio and as an author.
The Celebrate Adel event was a success because of the Celebrate Adel Sponsors and In Kind sponsors. A big Thanks!

2016 Adel Award Winner
Business of the Year - Fuller Standard 

From the moment the business opened in 1964, it has continued to grow and expand. Tom's parents started the business and with great pride have grown and continued to expand this business.

When retirement plans came knocking at the door, they quickly reverted back to the original type of business-bulk fuel with 24 hour pumps.

Tom and Linda Fuller have been great supporters of the Community events, and ADM School especially their love for football program.  
2016 Adel Award Winner
Citizen of the Year - Doug Zeigler

Doug Zeigler
goes above and beyond each year in preparing for the Sweet Corn Festival and the street party in the evening. He is one the longest serving Adel Partners Board members.

He is very active with Adel Enterprise and cheerfully serves on many committees as asked by the City and Chamber.

He has also been the starter at high school track meets. Doug continues to be involved in many committee activities.

Celebrate Adel Sponsors:
Adel & Winterset TV and Appliance, Eric Schepers-State Farm, Lincoln Savings Bank, Peoples Trust  & Saving Bank, Raccoon Valley Bank, and Russell Abstract & Title

In Kind Sponsors:
2 Men & A Dame, Adel & Winterset TV, Adel Auto Parts - NAPA, Big Al's BBQ and Catering, Fareway, Harvey Floral, Horizon Printing Co., Park Place Catering, and Studio Q 360

Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
POBox 73, 301 S.
10th Street, 2nd Floor
Adel, IA 50003
Email: Chamber@AdelPartners.Org
Facebook: AdelPartnersChamberOfCommerce
Adel Chocolate Walk 2
Adel Chocolate Walk April 30th

Save the date for the 3rd Annual Adel Chocolate Walk on April 30th.

Peruse the shops of Adel and pick up a chocolate sample and recipe.

Enter drawings at each business to win prizes.

This event is designed to spend time with mom or do your Mother's Day shopping, or just a fun day out with a friend.

Adel Quilting & Dry Goods - Adel Iowa
Adel Quilting and Dry Goods Co.
909 Prairie St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-1170
Adel Partners Accepting 2016 Sweet Corn Festival Vendor Applications  

The Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce is accepting vendor applications for the 37th Adel Sweet Corn Festival, Saturday, August 13th, 2016

Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce is pleased to offer you an opportunity to sell your products to thousands of people this summer - right here in Adel, Iowa!


37th Annual Event!
  • Over 7 tons of free local sweet corn cooked & given away
  • One of the largest parades in Iowa
  • Average attendance: 12,000
  • Children's activities
  • Live musical entertainment all day
  • Beer garden with live music -- evening
  • Application Deadline: May 1, 2016
Chamber Applications:
Thank you for your past support of the Sweet Corn Festival. We hope that this year's event will be better than ever and that you will be here to enjoy it! 
Questions may be directed to Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce, (515) 993-5472,

Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
POBox 73, 301 S.
10th Street, 2nd Floor
Adel, IA 50003
Email: Chamber@AdelPartners.Org
Facebook: AdelPartnersChamberOfCommerce
ADM Hall of Fame
New Night for 2016 Alumni All Class Reunion & Hall of Fame

The ADM Alumni Association is moving their All Class Reunion & Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony to Thursday night.

Attendees can enjoy their personal class reunions and other Sweet Corn weekend festivities without missing out on the Fun!

August 11th, 2016 in the ADM High School Auditorium in Adel. There will be a reception from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the 7-8 Commons Area.

The ADM Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony starts at 7:00 p.m. All are welcomed to attend.

ADM Alumni Association - Adel Iowa
ADM Alumni Association
P.O. Box 122
Adel, IA 50003
ISU Ext Office - Dallas County Iowa
2016 Extension Offers Taste of Camp This June

Iowa youth entering grades 1-8 in the fall are invited to Taste of Camp, a camping adventure hosted by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Polk, Dallas, Madison and Warren County offices.

This experience allows youth to immerse in a safe, fun and welcoming camp environment.

Camp activities include archery, building a campfire, exploring a marsh, performing skits, singing songs, hiking in nature, splashing in the swimming pool and the option to zip line or climb a 65-foot wall (only available for "Full Camp").

Taste of Camp ISU Ext.
Taste of Camp allows youth to reach new heights.
In 2015, 40 of the 101 campers were from Dallas County.

"It's really fun all the games they have us play like the teambuilding and all the cabin trust exercises," said past Dallas County participant, Carly.

"I like meeting new friends there and then still staying in contact after camp. Sometimes our whole cabin still texts," added Lily, another Dallas County camper.

Taste of Camp is located at the Iowa 4-H Camping Center in Madrid, Iowa. Membership in the 4-H Youth Development program is not required to attend.

Youth entering grades 5-8 may attend "Full Camp" on Wed., June 22 at 4 p.m. through Sat., June 25 at 11 a.m.

Youth entering grades 1-4 may attend "Mini Camp" on Fri., June 24 from 8 a.m. to Sat., June 25 at 11 a.m.

Family members are invited to attend the closing ceremony and campfire lunch on Sat., June 25 at 10:30 a.m.

Cost is based on a three-tier system, allowing families to pick the level of price that is comfortable and affordable. Mini Camp, Tier 1: $105, Tier 2: $120 or Tier 3: $140; Full Camp, Tier 1: $253, Tier 2: $260 and Tier 3: $285. Financial scholarships are also available through the Iowa 4-H Foundation.

For more information or to register, visit Additional questions may be directed to Regional 4-H Youth Specialist Jeff Macomber at (515) 975-2677 or

Dallas County ISU Extension Office
28059 Fairground Road
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4281
Fax: (515) 993-1027
Adel Public Library
March at the Adel Public Library

Spring is here, flowers are blooming, and there are many fun this to do at YOUR library in April!

Celebrate National Library Week April 10-16 with the theme Libraries Transform.

Visit the Adel Public Library during National Library Week and tell us why your library is important by filling in a "Because" thought bubble for a chance to win gift cards to local Adel businesses.

We'll be viewing "Cold Turkey," filmed in 1969 in Des Moines, Greenfield, Macksburg, Orient, and Winterset Iowa, at our next Classic Movie Monday on April 11th at 2:00 pm.
Our book clubs are always welcoming new people to our fun-filled discussions.

The Brown Bag Book Club meets on Thursday, April 14th at Noon to talk about the novel "The Nightingale" by Kristin Hannah.

The Evening Book Club will meet on Thursday, April 28th at 7:00 pm to talk about the novel "The Book of Bright Things" by Sandra Kring.

Join our monthly Crochet & Knitting Club on Friday, April 15th at 10:30 am with Gladys Harvey.
April is National Poetry Month and we're celebrating with Iowa poet Marilyn Baszczynski, current President of the Iowa Poetry Association, and Iowa poet and author Denis Maulsby.

Ms. Baszczynski and Mr. Maulsby will read selections from their latest poetry collections on Saturday, April 16th at 10:30 am.
Our annual Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation Luncheon will be on Saturday, April 23rd at 11:30 am with a program to follow at 12:30 pm.

This year we are pleased to welcome Adel native Suzanne Kelley who will read from her books "Reaching Across the Waves" and share stories of her childhood and many years teaching a special class of "sixth grade super sleuths."

Please contact the library to make your reservations for the luncheon by Thursday, April 21st.
April is our last month of regular weekly children's activities which end the first week of May and do not resume until the start of our Summer Reading program in June.

In addition to our weekly story times we have three other children's programs in April

We'll have an early out Crafternoon on Wednesday April 6th at 2:00 pm
This month's Saturday Stories is "Bubble Bonanza: Engineering Bubble Wands" presented by Dallas County ISU Extension on Saturday April 9th at 10:30 pm
"In this unit, kids will explore how bubble behave, investigate properties of different materials, and engineer bubble wands."
Please register in advance for this program as space is limited!

This month's Early Out Movie for all school-aged children is on Wednesday, April 20th when we'll be watching "Peanuts" on our big screen at 2:00 pm.
Dallas County Library Association and 4 R Kids ECI are hosting our third annual Dallas County Toddler Festival on Saturday, May 7th from 10:00 am to Noon in the community buildings at the Dallas County Fairgrounds.

We'll have two hours of free activities dedicated to toddlers and their caregivers, including visitors from the Blank Park Zoo, the Science Center of Iowa, and some of our favorite super heroes.

Each child will receive a free book just for attending the festival!
Garage Sale season is almost upon us and our monthly Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation Garage Sales resume on the last weekend in May.

Please consider donating your gently used items for our Sale and support our Friends Foundation in their mission to enhance our library and support reading and literacy.
Information about the Adel Public Library and all of our clubs, events, and programs is available on our website at

Adel Public Library 
303 S. 10th Street 
Adel, Iowa 50003 
Phone: 515-993-3512 
Library Hours: 
Mondays and Fridays, 10 am to 5 pm 
Tuesdays through Thursdays, 10 am to 7 pm 
Saturdays, 10 am to 1:30 pm.  
John D Gomke Charity - Adel Iowa
John D. Gomke Charity Donates 22 Defibrillators to Schools

The John D. Gomke Charity is excited to announce that we have donated 22 Defibrillators to 9 school districts in Dallas, Adair, Guthrie & Madison County.

During the last 6 years that the John's Charity has been established, here are a few things we have been able to do with the funds are:
  • Continue the upkeep the replacement pads and batteries every two years for the infant pads and every five years for the adult pads. If a set of pads has been opened and used we will replace them also.
  • Provided infant and small child CPR and First Aid training to over 100 people on a Free Will Donation Basis from a Certified American Heart Association Trainer.
  • Keepsakes to over 150 families going through a loss. Including, but not limited to, hand and foot print molds and ink prints.
  • We have honored Angels at our events and named a Star after each of them. And we will continue to remember each of these Angels in years to come.
THANK YOU to all of you that has made this possible

As we prepare for our 7th year we are looking to grow John's Charity by continuing to partner with our current and bringing on new sponsors, golfers, runners, walkers and volunteers for our two main events.

The John D. Gomke Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 11th at Lake Panorama National and John's Baby Steps Run/Walk on Saturday, October 1st at Kinnick-Feller Park in Adel.

If you are interested in more information about John's Charity and our events please visit our website at, e-mail or call 515/314-19171.

We look forward to see what 2016 brings! Thanks for all the support of our amazing community!

John D. Gomke Charity Inc.
P.O. Box 613
DeSoto, IA 50069
Monthly Recipe DiscoverAdel
Recipe of the Month -
Spring Flavors Grilled Pizza

My wife comes from a long line of proud Vikings, firebugs, or you may call them pyromaniacs. We say this in jest, as I'm pretty sure none of them have set anything on fire outside a regulation fire pit or grill.

Every summer the cousins, grandparents, aunts and uncles get together at the favorite campsite loaded up with enough fire wood to send an entire viking armada to Valhalla.

The flames lick the sky into the wee hours as we trade stories and enjoy the time together. A successful fire must use the entire supply of wood.

The family campground started chaining the picnic tables down a few years back, but we've been assured it has nothing to do with us.

So what does this have to do with pizza? Very little, but the flames from the grill got me thinking about a camp fire...

Homemade Pizza Crust
Italian Sausage medallions
Garlic, minced
Asparagus, quartered
Mushrooms, quartered
Red Onion, thin slices
3 T Parmesan Cheese
4-6 T Olive Oil
Fresh Mozzarella Cheese, sliced
Fresh Lemon
Salt & Pepper

Prepare a homemade pizza crust. We use the recipe from (Alternative, purchased flatbread such as Nan's will work, just skip the oven part.)

Heat your oven to 425 and par bake the plain crust (80% cooked) for 5-8 minutes on a pizza stone.

Do not over cook the crust. Let rest 5 minutes before topping crust. Do not grill pizza stone.

In a frypan cook the Italian Sausage medallions. Line a plate with paper towels and set aside to drain excess grease.

Kitchen Tip: Hate burnt vegetables on pizza? In a small bowl mix 1 T each Salt and Sugar with 1/2 cup of water.

Stir to combine. Cut up Asparagus, Mushrooms and Red Onion, toss with Salt mixture.
Allow to set for 5-10 minutes. Drain and pat dry before adding to pizza. The sugar and salt start to break down the molecular structure resulting in softer, flavorful vegetables without the burnt edges or strong raw flavor.

Kitchen Tip: Place the crust on a pizza paddle before topping. This will make it easier to transport the pizza to the grill and remove it once cooked.

Top the pizza. Brush top of crust with Olive Oil. Sprinkle with a dash of Salt, Pepper and Parmesan Cheese. Add Garlic, Italian Sausage medallions, Asparagus, Mushrooms and Red Onion.

Kitchen Tip: Slice Fresh Mozzarella into large medallions and position on the crust prior to other toppings for traditional Margarita-style pizza.

Cut slices into quarters and add as the last topping to create a cheesier American-style pizza.

Heat Grill to 450-500 degrees. (Add a hickory chip or two if looking for a smoky flavor.)

Place pizza on grill and cook for 5-8 minutes or until cheese is browned slightly.

Garnish with a squeeze of Lemon, drizzle of Olive Oil, and dash of Salt and Pepper.

Brick Street Barbecue Adel Iowa
Order BBQ by Wednesday and have it Friday!

Smoked low and slow with a combination of dry rubs and a smidge of sauce

Merle's slow time tested technique results in the most tender, flavorful and delicious BBQ dining experience you'll find.

Reserve a date now for your next special event or when you have a craving for finger licking barbecue. A BBQ favorite of customers from New York to Alaska.

Brick Street Barbecue
29048 Prospect Ave * Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3049
Terry Traveler - This Day
Terry Traveler - Please Help!  

I have been stuck in Scotland for the past two weeks, held in a small cell without sunlight for ransom.

I informed my captors that I am but a humble writer with little to my name but this orange parka and my endless charm. They insisted I reach out to my readers in earnest so that I may return home.

My kidnappers made the following list of demands. I was forced to write the list exactly as they spoke it to ensure I am not attempting to get a secret message to you, my friend, the reader.
  1. $100,000 Uzbekistani Som.
  2. 1 pair of fitted Icelandic woolen-knit driving glove, knitted as a single piece, shaped and darted on the hand over the palm of a man named Sruli in Reykjavik.
  3. Proof of plantation of 2 Rainbow Eucalyptus trees.
  4. 1 airline ticket from Barra Airport to Des Moines, first class.
  5. 12 cases warm Harviestoun Ola Dubh
  6. Once procured, all items must be delivered to the Hard Rock Cafe in Edinburgh, care of Bjork.
  7. Next, deliver the following message to 10 of your Facebook friends, "Dinna laugh, dinna smile. Hunt the gowk another mile."
Please my friends, my safe return is imperative, for I know how important I am. Thank you all!

Your captive friend, Terry Traveler.

Terry Traveller
Facebook: DiscoverAdel.Terry
Studio Q 360 - Pain Relief
Empower Your Employees with Chair Massage

Your employees believe they can bring something to the table no one else can. Maybe it's a process improvement, a block of sales, or great customer service.

You hired them for these fantastic skills.

These employees choose to work for your company because they believe in your mission. They believe that together, you can all make a difference in the world.

How can you encourage employees to take initiative and achieve success? One answer is regular massage.

Check out these top 3 reasons to offer your employees on-site chair massages.

1. Massage feels good and feeling good is important! That's why employees like snack machines and high fives. Massage feels good without the calories.

2. Massage relieves stress and you know some days are super stressful. When people are stressed they reach for cigarettes or troll job sites. Massage is a healthy alternative that truly alleviates tension.

3. Massage creates the space for inspiration and innovation. Great minds need the chance to let their brains recharge and focus. Help your employees think clearly with a massage that encourages ah-ha moments and new ideas.

On-Site Chair Massage just $1 per minute.

These benefits occur with short 5 to 15 minute massage sessions that conveniently take place at your workplace.

Empower your employees with appreciation, encouragement, and revitalization. Call Katrina today to find out how to schedule chair massages from Studio Q 360 in Adel!
Studio Q 360 - Adel Iowa
Studio Q 360
Artisan Massage for Pain Relief and Relaxation

Katina Brocka, LMT
917 Main St.
Adel, IA 50003
Phone: (515) 689-4754
Facebook: StudioQ360
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