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"Helping the World Discover Adel" - Vol. 102 April 2017
My grandson is collecting cardboard tubes as a recycling project for school. The class that collects the most wins a pizza party. He happened to mention this to his Aunts and Grandmother and now I have a back porch full of cardboard tubes. Who knew how much cardboard we go through in a month, which I'm sure is the point since Earth Day is this April.

Terry is back this issue. Actually, Terry is still here. It seems there was a "mix-up" on a list at the airport. So, instead of another installment of international travel from our little explorer, we have a staycation treat as Terry crashes in the editor's lounge, eating cheese curls and watching a LOT of daytime TV. Now, I need a vacation.

So grab a cup of coffee, there's a lot to cover this month and we look forward to seeing you in Adel.

Earth Day

Earth Day
Celebrate Earth Day 2017 in Adel!

Earth Day, April 22nd, commemorates the birth of the modern environment movement. Each year, the day is marked by personal and political actions, both small and large.

Author Rachel Carson's New York Time bestseller, Silent Spring, made headlines in 1962 by raising awareness and concern for living organisms, the environment, and links between pollution and public health. The book sold more than 500,000 copies in 24 countries around the globe.

In 1969, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson sought to create a national day to focus on the environment, after witnessing a massage oil spill in Santa Barbara, California.  To further his idea, Nelson tapped into the power of the youth and counter culture, holding demonstrations and protests across the country.

On April 22nd, 1970, Earth Day "brought 20 million Americans out into the spring sunshine for peaceful demonstrations in favor of environmental reform." - Jack Lewis, The Birth of EPA

These protests brought together new voices with established groups fighting uphill battles against oils spills, raw sewage, polluting factories, loss of the wilderness, and the extinction of wildlife.

Earth Day 1970 crossed the socio-economic playing field by bringing together Democrats and Republicans, the rich and the poor, old and young, big cities and small towns. This monumental alignment lead to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts. Senator Nelson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of his work. He is quoted to say "It was a gamble, but it worked."

Earth Day
Today, Earth Day is the largest secular observance in the world, celebrated by more than a billion people each year. - The Earth Day Network,

This year, celebrate Earth Day in the true spirit of the tradition. Big political changes are taking place regarding the EPA, water and land rights, energy products, and wildlife protection. Take a moment to research these issues and learn how to help support your cause.

Earth Day is a great opportunity to discuss wasteful habits, volunteer to pick up debris along the highway, and spend some time simply enjoying the natural beauty of Adel's wonderful parks.

Home of Heisman Trophy Winner, Nile Kinnick
Kinnick-Feller Park is Adel's largest and oldest city park, located at 500 North 10th Street. It includes four softball fields, a football field and cinder track, tennis court, city cemetery, paved 1/2 mile fitness path, playground equipment, boat ramp to the river, benches, grills, 3 shelters, newly-renovated restrooms and a water source. Take in the beauty of tall, ancestral trees and local wildlife.

Kinnick Park Adel Iowa

Want to do more? Join the Friends of Kinnick-Feller Riverside Park!
Dedicated to preserving history, Friends of Kinnick-Feller Riverside Park volunteer to raise money for park additions and general maintenance needs. The group is currently seeking those who can volunteer an hour or two of their time to help maintain the grounds and structures. Email the group directly on Facebook to learn how you can help preserve Adel's oldest city park.

Adel Disc Golf
Disco Golf, Anyone?
Evans Park is located on South 12th Street.

The developed park offers a paved walking path, modern playground equipment, picnic shelter, new basketball court, 3 sand volleyball courts, and a disc golf course. Enjoy fun in the sun at this neighborhood park with plenty of open space.

Commune with Nature- Go Camping
The Island Park campground is the perfect spot for tents and mobile-home campers. The quaint park is located at 2400 Nantucket Road along the Raccoon River, lined with stunning trees and sandy shorelines. Island Park includes a water source, showers, outlets and fire pits. You will find paved roads, horseshoe pits, and a portage/boat ramp to navigate the low-head dam.

Adel Parks and Recreation Archery Center

Take Aim at the Park

Adel's own Archery Course at 1505 Old Portland Road features Bull Dog Targets, picnic tables, parking area, and a portable restroom during the seasonal months. Annual Archery Range Permits are available for purchase at Adel City Hall.

Adel Dog Park
Where Furry Friends Run Free

The Adel Dog Park was completed in August 2016 as a Bronze Award Project for the Adel Girl Scouts- Junior Troop 505.

This 2-acre park offers pet obstacles and a fenced-in area.
You can help keep the park clean by using the public Doggi-Pot waste receptacles on site.

Remember, all dogs must have a City of Adel pet license prior to using the facility.

Raccoon River Valley Trail Association
Get on your Bikes and Ride!
Located along the Raccoon River Valley Bike Trail at South 18th Street and Brickyard Road, the 3 acre Brickyard Park is the perfect place to catch your breath.

The trail stop features prairie and tree plantings, a small picnic shelter, bike rack, trash cans, and benches.

The beautiful space was made possible by the partnership of the City of Adel, United Brick and Tile Company, Dallas County Soil and Water Conservation District, and Dallas County Conservation.

You can also stop at the Pedal Plaza along Hwy 169, a recently renovated trail stop that includes an information kiosk, drinking fountain, and bike repair station. Check out the Pedal Plaza Map to find local businesses that support Trail Tourism!

Adel is proud to offer these beautiful nature retreats throughout town, plus an Archery Course, soccer complex and aquatic center under the supervision of Director Nick Schenck.

Celebrate Earth Day 2017 by volunteering. To learn how you can help, contact the Adel Parks and Recreation Office.

Adel Parks & Recreation
301 South 10th Street
Adel, IA 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4525
Facebook: Adel-Parks-and-Recreation
LSB - Adel Iowa
Back - L-R: Tim Canney, Colby Dawes, Josh Heisterkamp, Sue Malhlum, Tim Bohlen.
Front - L-R: Jen Shields, Kristi Fuller, Lisa Sparks, Lori Brocka, Cortney Blazek, Mickie Kinney, and Sara Steinkamp.

New Location Opens April 11

Lincoln Savings Bank is looking forward to seeing you in our new location on April 11th.
Lincoln Savings Bank and LSB Insurance
312 Nile Kinnick South * Adel IA 50003
Office: 515-993-5663

Lincoln Savings Bank, Member FDIC
Adel Auto Parts - NAPA Store

Adel Auto Parts 
Spring Savings at Adel Auto Parts

Spring into savings all month long at Adel Auto Parts!

During April, buy a NAPA bucket for $2.99, and get 20% off on three or more items you can fit inside the bucket!

The savings continue with oil change specials, deep discounts on wiper blades, and select car care items starting at $3.99.

Spring is the season for batteries! NAPA Lawn & Garden battery $21.99 with exchange. Save $7 on all other Lawn & Garden Batteries, and save $10 on Marine/RV Batteries.

This April, see John and his crew for some NAPA Know-How and big savings on all your automotive needs! Current Specials.
Adel Auto Parts Corporation
809 Main Street * Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: 515-993-3212

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

Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday 7:30 am - Noon
Dallas County Figure 8 Races - Adel Iowa
2017 Figure 8 Races -
Dallas County Fair Grounds

Who's ready for Race Season? Come out to the Dallas County Fair Grounds for the 2017 Season of Figure 8 Racing.

Races are held on the North Track and start at 6:30 pm unless otherwise posted. It's gonna be a great year of racing!

Admission for all races (except 2-Day Fall Special) - Adults: $10, Youth 6-12: $5, Youth 0-5: Free, Pit Pass All Ages: $25. Punch cards for 12 admissions for the price of 10 are also available, $100.

Dallas County Figure 8 Races

2017 Schedule:

04/08/2017 - 5:00 pm - Races
(track and weather pending)

04/23/2017 - 1:00 pm - Races
(note Sunday date)

05/06/2017 - 6:30 pm - Races

05/20/2017 - 6:30 pm - Races
06/10/2017 - 6:30 pm - Races

07/01/2017 - 6:30 pm - Races

07/15/2017 - 7:00 pm - Dallas County Fair Races

08/12/2017 - 6:00 pm - Races

Dallas County Fair North Track

Highway 169 Adel, Iowa
Phone: 515-993-3728
Facebook: DallasCountyFairIA
Merle Brick Street Barbecue
Enjoy Brick Street BBQ for One or Many this Spring and Summer!

If you're having an Event this Spring or Summer, give Merle at Brick Street BBQ a call at (515) 250-1687.

Mouth watering BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork, Pork Loin, Chicken, Beef Brisket, and Beef Tenderloin. Merle can prepare the full meal or just the meat.

Whichever you prefer, you'll be glad you made the call! Our BBQ is a favorite of customers from New York to Alaska.

Brick Street BBQ
29048 Prospect Ave
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3049
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
Two Chamber Ribbon Cuttings 

Join the Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce as they host two ribbon cuttings this month.

April 4th - Hammer + Forge Chiropractic
4:00 - 6:00 pm
- 450 SE University Ave. Waukee
Food, Prizes, Networking, Raffles, Tours.
All Proceeds donated to Waukee Family YMCA.

April 11th - Fiesta Mexican Restaurant
4:30-5:30 pm
- 815 Main St. Adel
Samples and ribbon cutting at 5:00pm.

Questions may be directed to Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce, (515) 993-5472,

Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 73, 301 S.
10th Street, 2nd Floor
Adel, IA 50003
Email: Chamber@AdelPartners.Org
Facebook: AdelPartnersChamberOfCommerce
Fish Fry Fridays During Lent

The Knights of Columbus serve their annual Lenten Fish Fries the Friday's of Lent, starting March 3rd through April 7th.

Dinner service runs from 5:00-7:30 pm at St. Boniface Parish Hall in Waukee.

The Lenten smorgasbord includes baked and fried fish, fried shrimp, pasta, side dishes, breakfast potato, and a drink. All served by the Knights of Columbus!

Desserts offered by the St. Johns and St. Boniface youth groups (free will offering).

$9 Adults
$5 Children ages 3-10
$30 immediate family maximum
Waukee Knights of Columbus
St. Boniface Catholic Church
1200 Warrior Lane * Waukee, IA
Phone: (515) 987-4597

Discover Easter
Discover Easter & Egg Hunt April 8th - Faith Lutheran Church 

All are invited to journey with Jesus on a multi-sensory Easter discovery, ending with an egg hunt.

Date: Saturday,April 8th
Time: Journeys start at 9:00, 9:30 and 10:00 am
Each Journey will last approximately 75 minutes.

Registration and get more information

Faith Lutheran Church & Preschool LCMS
602 S. 14th St. * Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-3848
Easter - Fusion Adel Iowa
Fusion Church -
Easter Service April 16th

Join Fusion Church in Adel for Easter Service!

Service starts Sunday, April 16th at 10 am in the church.

Following the service there will be an egg hunt for toddlers through 5th grade.

Also a meal for the whole family.  Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there!

Fusion Church
29147 Prospect Circle
Hwy. 6 (just east of Adel)
Phone: 515.993.5438
Facebook: Connectwithfusion
Friends of the RRVT Trail.jpg
Raccoon River Valley Trail Clean-Up April 8th 

Join the Trail Committee on Saturday April 8th at 9:00 am. They are meeting at Patrick's Restaurant to start the clean-up process.

Please park in the lot by Next2New. This will keep Patrick's parking lot available for their customers.

The committee will be walking the bike trail from East Bridge to 18th Street, picking up trash and readying the trail for spring bikers.

Help us keep Adel beautiful and welcoming to our many walkers and bikers that use the trail.
We will proved trash bags and safety vests; please bring along friends, family, and gloves!

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
The Village at Legacy Pointe
The Village at Legacy Pointe -
Unveils Veterans Wall 

A new Veterans Wall is up at The Village at Legacy Pointe in Waukee. The wall features photos of all veterans living at the community and will grow over time as more veterans join the community.

"We wanted to create a permanent feature to honor our veterans," said Amy Barth, Executive Director at The Village at Legacy Pointe. "They have given so much to serve the country and this is a small way in which we can show our appreciation."

Village at the Pointe - Veterans
Roger Honald leads the Pledge of Allegiance at Veterans Wall unveiling at The Village at Legacy Pointe.

At the dedication of the wall, veteran and The Village at Legacy Pointe resident Roger Honald lead attendees in the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance. "There is no greater honor than to lead our Pledge of Allegiance," Honald said when asked about his role.

Village at the Pointe - Veterans
Veterans Wall at The Village at Legacy Pointe
The veterans honored on the wall include:
Bert Bertholff, Larry Camp, Jack Carpe , Allyn Christensen, Leon Conner, Chuck Craigmile, Bill Daly, Irv Denker, Lew Dickerson, Paul Farris, Joe Fitzpatrick, Francis Forrett, Jack Gage, Bill Grismer, Walter Grothe, Robert Hagener, Arlo Hall, Palmer Hanson, Roger Honold, Ken Hume, Orland Jefferies, Neil Johnson, Bud Karil, Gene Lankford, Jerry Mills, Seve Nicoson, Clayton Ostlund, Ken Perin, Merl Rouston, Dallas Schroeder, Raymond Seegers, Glenn Smith, Don Thomas, and Keith Vest

If you'd like to see the Veterans Wall in person, it is located in the main lobby at The Village at Legacy Pointe, 1650 SE Holiday Crest Circle, Waukee.

For more information contact The Village at Legacy Pointe at 515-987-4100 or visit

The Village at Legacy Pointe
Retirement Community of Waukee * Phone: 515-987-4100
Celebrate Adel
2017 Adel Business and Citizen of the Year Announced 

On Tuesday, March 28, 2017 the Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Celebration Event at the Adel Hillcrest Country Club.

Awards were presented for Business of the Year and  Citizen of the Year.

2017 Business of the Year - Fareway.

This award is given to a Chamber business that has gone above and beyond in service to the community. We looked at how they have made Adel a better community along with their own growth and achievements. Our Finalists are Adel Family Fun Center, Eric Schepers State Farm Insurance, and Fareway.
The Fareway store in Adel goes above and beyond daily to serve the community. The employees are friendly and helpful. Often they are the first job of students and are flexible and accommodating with their schedules. The store is always willing to help out with local fundraisers such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Legion members, Kiwanis to provide space.

They donate often the ADM School events and programs and the Adel Food Pantry. They go above and beyond accommodating their customers with product needs. They put their own money to a family in need during the holidays. Thank you Fareway. Help us congratulation the Fareway team.
2016 Citizen of the Year - McAdon Family
This award is given to an individual that is involved in the community. We ask for the nominee to submit information about their contribution to the community and organizations involvement. This includes community events whether City, School or Civic. The finalists this year were Braden Numecheck, Eric Schepers, and The McAdon Family.
This year's honoree was nominated by several people and the committee agreed that he/she is an excellent choice. The McAdon Family. Kent and Shirley have both served on City Council, P&Z as well as Cub Scout Leaders.

Shirley has served on the Board of Adjustment, been mayor for a short time, South Dallas County Landfill as Adel representative, Economic Development Commission, Adel Enterprise, Adel Partners Chamber Board as the City liaison. She is a member of the Adel Rotary Club, American Legion Auxiliary, Women's Club, and Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation.

Kent is a member of the Lions Club and the American Legion. Both have supported all organizations and many community projects with money and volunteer hours. As well they both tutor at the ADM School and have written several grants securing thousands of dollars for Adel and the ADM School projects and programs.

David their son serves on the Park Board and is a Cub Scout leader. Kent and David developed the Archery Center and have volunteer coached. Julie is an ADM schools tutor and has mentored teachers as well as been a volunteer monitor at music and speech contest. Help us congratulate the McAdon Family.

Deb Bengtson
President - Think Adel First

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 City Wide Garage Sale
Citywide Garage Sale 

The Citywide Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 22. Please visit Adel City Hall or the Adel Public Library for the most up-to-date list.

Spring Cleanup - April 29th

Items must be out at the curb by 7:00 am. Large household appliances still require a $10.00 sticker (TVs over 30 inches need 2 stickers), which can be purchased at Adel City Hall.

The South Dallas County Landfill will sponsor the Hazardous Waste pickup at Kinnick-Feller park from 10:00 a.m. to noon that day, with the Adel Lions Club generously assisting.

Adel City Hall

301 S. 10th Street
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 993-4525
Adel Public Library
April Events at the Adel Library
Spring is here, flowers are blooming, and there are many fun things to do at Your Adel Library in April!

The Friends of the Adel Public Library Easter Basket Silent Auction begins April 3 and continues through April 13th at 5:00 pm. We have some terrific gift baskets and all proceeds will go to our "Love of Reading Scholarship" for ADM students.
Celebrate National Library Week April 10-15! Visit the Adel Public Library during National Library Week and participate in our spring book swap. We also have a top reader contest where the people who check out the most library materials during National Library Week will win prizes!

The third place winner will win gift cards to Subway™, the second place winner will win bowling passes to the Adel Family Fun Center, and the first place winner will win a new Kindle Fire!
Dallas County ISU Extension presents a new program called Gardening with Kids! Gardening is a great way for children to learn about biology and environmental science.

They learn responsibility by taking care of plants and gain a sense of achievement by growing their own vegetables for their family. As a bonus, children who garden are more likely to make healthier eating choices! 

Come to this one-hour class on Thursday, March 20th at 6:30 pm and come away with free ISU Extension gardening instructions and a host of children's garden activity ideas.
Our annual Friends of the Adel Public Library Foundation Luncheon will be on Saturday, April 22nd at 11:30 am with a program to follow at 12:30 pm. We will be serving an afternoon tea with savory tea sandwiches, mini quiche, fresh fruit, assorted tea cookies, sugar cookie tarts, and tea.

Guests are invited to bring their own tea cup and saucer but hats and gloves are optional!

This year we are pleased to welcome Jan Price, Director of the Adel Historical Museum, for an informative program on Iowa Governor, an Adel native, George W. Clarke. Please contact the library to make your reservations for the luncheon by Thursday, April 21st.
Join us a Wee Read on Mondays and Tuesday at 10:30 am or when Wee Sing on Thursdays at 10:30 am.

In addition to our regular weekly programs, we have two other children's programs in April:
  • Wee Build Legos™ on Wednesday, April 12th at 2:00 pm.
  • Wee Watch "Trolls" on the big screen on Wednesday, April 26th 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 6th from 10:00 am to Noon at the Dallas County Fairgrounds.

We'll have two hours of free activities dedicated to toddlers and their caregivers, including visitors from some of our favorite princesses and 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
Adel Public Library 
303 S. 10th St.
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. 
Recipes From Home
Recipe of the Month - Tapas       

We love Family Dinners. When the girls were little, Family Dinners were special meals that took hours to create. Sometimes we made family favorites, passed down from great aunts and grandmas. Other times we branched out and tried foods from around the globe.

Whenever the girls make Tapas I think, we should do this more often. I like all the different foods and flavors in bite-size appetizers.

You may have had an American version of these specialties. Italian restaurants like serving warm bread with a simple garlic, olive oil, and salt dipping plate. Fried Mushrooms are a take on traditional "Setas al Ajillo", fresh mushrooms sauteed with olive oil and garlic. You can even pick up a can of ready-to-eat "Banderillas" at the grocery store: pieces of pickled vegetables, also known as giardiniera and shelved near the olives.

We've all been fortunate to travel and each time we come back with a bunch of recipes to share. One of my favorites is French Tapenade, minced olives mixed with garlic and capers spread on warm, crusty bread. Its not for everyone, which leaves more for me and the grand kids!

Below is a simple outline for Tapenade. We use our Magic Bullet (fancy food processor) to create a chunky mixture similar to guacamole. You don't need to add the capers, but they make a big difference. For a more traditional taste, use 2 jars of green olives instead of black. For a Greek flare, use pitted kalamata olives and a small amount of anchovies. Tapenade is pretty forgiving, so go wild!

Olive Tapenade:
1 jar Green Olives, pitted
1 jar Black Olives, pitted
1/4 Red Onion, large chunks
1/4 Red Pepper, large chunks
2 Cloves Garlic
1 T.Capers, optional
French Baguette, sliced.

Spice Mix:
Cayenne Pepper
Crushed Red Pepper
Sea Salt
Garlic Powder
Onion Powder
Using a food processor, layer in order: Garlic, Capers Red Onion, Red Pepper, and Olives. Mince to combine.

Season to taste with spices listed above. Chill overnight. Seasoning will develop slightly- don't be bashful!

Before serving, layer cookie sheet with parchment paper and bread. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Bake bread for 8-13 minutes or until golden brown.

Top warmed bread with chilled Olive Tapenade.

Terry Traveler - This Day
Terry - Soap Opera Digest            

Once again it is I, Terry Traveler, your lone source of truth in these, the days of our lives.

Like sand through an hour glass, I am restless as the world turns. The general hospitality of these dark shadowy moments is lacking, leaving me to search for a guiding light.

I wish for bold and beautiful days of sunshine! Days when the young and the restless alike are wooed by the soft sounds of a singular piano, or perhaps saxamaphone.

A time when the search for tomorrow will not lead us to the edge of night.

So I say to all my children and desperate housewives everywhere: follow your passions and find someone to share it with 'cause we only have one life to live. And these rainy spring days are simply passages to bright promises.

This is Terry Traveler saying, you may not want to admit you knew the 15 references above, but you did. And now you know, that I know, you know.


Terry Traveler
Facebook: DiscoverAdel.Terry
Good Samaritan Food Pantry
Food Pantry
Open House April 2nd

The Good Samaritan Food Pantry would like to invite you to an Open House at our new facility.

Located in the old Adel Middle School Lunchroom at 215 North 11th St. on Sunday, April 2nd, from 12:00-2:00 pm.

Please join us for beverages and sweet treats as we proudly show you our bright and new facility! Open House flyer

Donations may be sent to P.O. Box 141, Adel, Iowa 50003

Good Samaritan Food Pantry of Adel
215 N. 12th St.
Adel, Iowa 50003
Phone: (515) 423-0753
Facebook: Good-Samaritan-Food-Pantry 
Studio Q 360 - Clients, Customers, and Advocates

This month, we look at the the different interest levels of massage therapy patrons. Find out where you fit in, and how you can add massage therapy to your life.

Are you a Client, Customer, or Advocate?

Studio Q 360 - Client

Clients view massage therapy as a complementary treatment that helps relieve symptoms of stress and chronic pain. They visit the clinic seeking aid to heal muscle injuries, improve range of motion, or improve mental health. Clients appreciate the philosophies and treatment styles of Studio Q 360 and Licensed Massage Therapist Katrina Brocka.

If you're interested in becoming a Client, visit to learn more about our services and nature of care.

Studio Q 360 - Customer

Customers enjoy massage occasionally. These patrons treat massage therapy as a luxury, rather than as a healthcare service. Customers may search for deals and discounts- changing therapists regularly. They may buy gift certificates for themselves or others, and help promote upcoming events to family, friends, and social networks.

If you're interested in becoming a Customer of Studio Q 360 follow us on Facebook to check out reviews and upcoming specials.

Studio Q 360 - Advocate

Advocates do not wish to receive a massage, but they can respect the benefits people report. Advocates enjoy promoting small businesses and events by sharing news with others. They may purchase massage gift certificates for others, or help market local businesses when others mention the need for a particular service.

If you're an Advocate, stop by to pick up a stack of business cards and learn how you can help educate others about the Studio Q 360 difference.

Studio Q 360 is currently seeking Clients, Customers, and Advocates.

This local Adel business provides thoughtful care for all ages with appointments booked Monday-Friday, 10am-8pm.

Call (515) 689-46754 now to book your massage session!

Katrina Brocka, LMT
Studio Q 360
917 Main Street
Adel, IA 50003
Phone: (515) 689-4754
Facebook: StudioQ360
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