Since banding together in 1980, the ASE-certified technicians at Rick's Auto Clinic have cured every vehicular hiccup that's come their way. With such a body of work behind them, the fix-it fanatics have developed a toolbox of skills that allows them to offer an extremely wide range of services related to all areas of an automobile. The techs tackle everything from alignment and oil changes to electrical systems and transmissions. Modern computer diagnostics also keep the team in front of potential vehicular maladies, helping them to accurately treat the afflictions of newer makes and models, such as electrical systems failure or a chipped forcefield.
A community presence in Kansas City since 1860, the Greater Kansas City YMCA forwards its mission of physical and social enrichment for men, women, and kids of all ages and backgrounds at its 18 locations. Each bustling outpost proffers members an embarrassment of fitness and entertainment riches, with everything from youth camps and after-school programs to group exercise classes, such as cycling, core training, and Pilates. Clubs and social organizations help members meet like-minded friends, and family activities strengthen bonds critically weakened by overzealous games of Monopoly.
There are two ways cars, SUVs, and trucks wash up at Squeaky Clean of Valley Stream. They either inch their way into the automated tunnel for a quick and painless scrub down, or they park in the garage for a thorough wash and hand wax. Detailing crews babysit rides for up to four hours, during which time they restore exterior shine and free interiors from dirt, debris, and mittens that don't belong in the glove compartment. Aside from sprucing up autos, the staff keeps engines purring with express oil changes.
The River swimming pool is on a beautifully 2.5 acer park in centrally localed Raytown, MO We have a 78 by 50 foot pool with a diving board. A Baby Pool with life Guards on duty.
Concession Stand, Barbecues, Picnic Tables, and Lounge Chairs. Miniature Golf (50 cents)
Home Skillet's staff shares their love of all things homemade, whether they work as cooks, buyers, or interior decorators. The kitchen crew whips up biscuits and gravy for breakfast, philly cheesesteaks for lunch, and housemade lasagna for dinner, preparing each dish from scratch. Buyers stock the pantry with local goods, such as coffee from regional wholesaler Benetti's or meats from Chris and Dave––a pair of butchers who specialize in old-school, hand-prepared meats at The Store Old-Fashioned Meat Market. The decorators enhance that homemade feeling within the dining room, putting together an eclectic collection of gently used furniture and even secondhand artwork.