Maryville, Mo. - Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce

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Maryville, Mo. - Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
Maryville, Mo.
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
www.maryvillechamber.com
Northwest Missouri’s
oldest and largest
independently-owned
and operated bank.
Welcome to Maryville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Well Connected Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
Population Demographics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Government Serving You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Commerce & Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Healthcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Recreation & Tourism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Mozingo Lake Recreation Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Community Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Chamber Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Photos by Phil Cobb, Jim Fall, Twyla Martin, Kaity Holtman,
Darren Whitley and Luke Reven
Information by Jim Fall
Advertising Sales by Twyla Martin, Kaity Holtman, Phil Cobb,
Rita Piveral and Lana Cobb
Published in partnership with Cobb Publishing, LLC.
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WELCOME TO MARYVILLE
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Welcome
to Maryville
hether you are a native of Nodaway County, a
newcomer to our county-seat community, or a
prospective resident or business operator, you get a
comfortable feeling the instant you arrive in Maryville.
More specifically, there is a welcoming atmosphere
which demonstrates that Maryville’s residents are
interested in their long-time neighbors, visitors to the
community, and those who might come to decide that
this could very well be the best place in the Midwest
to live, work and raise a family. It’s certainly one of the
best, that much is certain.
Our Northwest Missouri State University has been
recognized nationally for its innovative, first-in-the-nation “Electronic Campus,” its strong educational
reputation and highly competitive intercollegiate
athletic programs.
The fertile valleys which surround the city continue
to support our historically rich agricultural economy.
A vibrant and growing industrial community
completes the making of Maryville into the focal
point of northwest Missouri, southwestern Iowa and
southeastern Nebraska.
Add to those attractive attributes a diversified
array of city parks and recreational facilities, featuring
have been seeking.
State-of-the-art medical and health-care facilities
are anchored by St. Francis Hospital and Health
Services and augmented by metropolitan special-
. . . you will readily recognize
that Maryville is the place you
have been seeking.
the 3,000-acre Mozingo Lake Recreation Area with
its extraordinary fresh-water fishery, championship
18-hole golf course and more than 100 full-utility
RV campsites and cabins; outstanding elementary,
secondary and technical schools; and a schedule of
annual art, music and other cultural events and you
will readily recognize that Maryville is the place you
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WELCOME TO MARYVILLE
ties and facilities in nearby St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Des Moines and Omaha. St. Francis Mental Health
Services and the St. Francis Rehabilitation and
Sports Medicine practices are other reasons to take a
second look at Maryville.
Whether you anticipate opening a new business,
joining one of our many existing professional services
or retail businesses, or looking for the opportune place
to relocate in anticipation of your retirement years,
we know you will like what Maryville has to offer.
Whatever your reason for considering Maryville
as a part of your life or business, we thank you for
your interest — and we promise to do everything within our power to make you welcome — today and for
always.
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WELL CONNECTED LOCATION
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Well Connected
Location
aryville is located near the geographic center
of Northwest Missouri, the Quad-State area —
and the entire United States.
The city is situated at the junction of U.S. Highway 71, one of the country’s major north-south
thoroughfares, and U.S. 136, an east-west route that
links Indianapolis and western Nebraska. It is also
approximately midway between Interstates 29 and
35 and, therefore, near the hub of one of the major
Midwest highway networks.
As a primary four-lane route traversing from the
nation’s northern boundary at International Falls to
near Baton Rouge, U.S. 71 through Maryville connects
with I-29 just north of St. Joseph, Mo. 35 miles south.
U.S. 136, meanwhile, provides Maryville’s eastwest connection to the interstate system. It is
approximately 40 miles west to its intersection with
I-29 at Rock Port, Mo. Highway 136 also connects
. . . Maryville is conveniently
located . . .
with I-35, another major north-south highway in the
central United States, 57 miles east at Bethany, Mo.,
I-35, links Duluth, Minn., and Laredo, Texas, serving
both the Minneapolis - St. Paul and Dallas - Fort Worth
MAP SHOWS DISTANCES FROM MARYVILLE TO MAJOR USA CITIES
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WELL CONNECTED LOCATION
metropolitan areas along its route.
Using major interstate routes or the less-traveled federal and state highway systems, Maryville is
conveniently located near Kansas City (95 miles to
the south; an hour and a half travel time), Omaha,
Neb., (112 miles north, less than two hours), and Des
Moines, Iowa (159 miles northeast; two and a half
hours).
Local air service is available through two Maryville
airports, the municipal Northwest Missouri Regional
Airport and privately operated Rankin Field. The cityoperated facility has a newly reconstructed
4,600-by-75-ft. hard-surface runway, an adjacent taxiway and complete fuel service,
making
it
fully
compatible
with
corporate
jet aircraft. Rankin Field has a 3,050x25-ft.
hard-surface runway and taxiway. Both are lighted
and offer maintenance and hangar facilities.
Combined average weekly air traffic exceeds 150
flights.
Commercial airline service with connections to
any destination in the country is most conveniently
available at the Mid-Continent International Airport in
Kansas City (80 miles south) and through Omaha’s
Eppley Field (115 miles north).
Amtrak rail connections to major east-west routes
are available from
Creston, Iowa, (70
miles north), three
Kansas City-area stations, and Omaha.
Maryville also has
scheduled
ground
transportation
service via Jefferson Bus
Lines to nearby connecting stops in Kansas City, Springfield
and Omaha.
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POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS
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Population
Demographics
aryville and Nodaway County boast a strong
— and stable — history as a favorable location in which to live and work.
Year in, year out, the historic rural agricultural
base, augmented by solid academic, industrial and
professional employers, enables the county to boast
one of the most favorable employment rates in Missouri — ranking at or above the state and area average for almost every quarter since before 1990.
The percentage of persons over 20 with advanced
degrees is twice the national average
As is the case with most non-metropolitan areas
in the United States today, Nodaway County’s population is below its historical high, but continues to
hold steady at more than 23,000.
The county’s current population is projected
to be 23,419, based on 2012 estimates from the
U.S. Census. Of that total, Maryville has an official
estimated 2012 population of 12,015 which, coupled
with the population of the adjoining areas outside
the city limits that are included in Polk Township,
increases the immediate area’s count to more than
15,800.
The median age of all county residents is 32.2
years old, and they maintain a median household
income of $38,657, according to reports provided by
the Missouri Small Business Development Center.
Median disposable income is $32,982, with several Effective Buying Income categories exceeding
amounts that can be expected by county retailers.
The diverse cultural population reflects a higher
level of education than other communities of its
size in Missouri, and nationally. More than 87.5
percent of our residents 20 years old and older are
high school graduates, compared to 81 percent
in Missouri and 84 percent across the nation. In
Nodaway County Population 1970-2010
Thousands of Persons
24.0
23.5
23.0
22.5
22.0
21.5
21.0
20.5
1970
1975
1980
1985
1980
1995
2000
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce
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2005
2010
POPULATION DEMOGRAPHICS
Nodaway County, the percentage of residents Missouri State University is the largest employer
with an earned degree from a four-year institution in the area with more than 800 employees.
is approximately the same as both the Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp, USA, is
state and the United States. However, the the largest manufacturing employer with a pay17.8 percent of residents holding a graduate roll of 750 persons. Hy-Vee leads retail employers
degree is more than twice the national average.
with 300 workers.
The
county
population
inNodaway County Population by Age
cludes 15.2 percent of the 23,419
85 years and over
total who
are
65 to 74 years
under 15 years
old. The under-21
55 to 59 years
demographic
is
35 to 44 years
31.2 percent of
20 to 24 years
the total. Those
10 to 14 years
aged 65 and older
Under 5 years
account for 13.1
0
500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500
percent of the
county’s populaSource: 2007-2011 American Community Survey
tion.
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GOVERNMENT SERVING YOU
T
Government
Serving You
he first-class, day-to-day operation of the city
of Maryville’s business is a far cry from its official
classification as a Class 3 city, a state-mandated
categorization based principally on having a population
of between 3,000 and 30,000 persons.
CITY OF MARYVILLE
Maryville, the county seat of Nodaway County, is
governed by a council/manager form of government,
a system proven to be highly successful for the community. It has historically functioned well, not only in
managing the city’s overall business and services, but
also in working hand-in-glove with the Nodaway County commissioners, local officials elected to represent
the area at the state and federal levels, and state government
offices in Jefferson City.
The five city council members are elected to serve staggered three-year terms. They,
in turn, elect a fellow councilperson as mayor on an annual
basis. The actual day-to-day
responsibilities of the city’s
operation are handled by a
professional city manager who
oversees the administration of
the various departments within the city and makes policy
recommendations to the city
council.
MARYVILLE
PUBLIC
SAFETY
Maryville’s Public Safety
Department provides the community’s police and fire protection, including 911 emergency
response. All public safety
officers are trained to serve
not only as law enforcement
officers, but as fire fighters to
assist the community’s volun-
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GOVERNMENT SERVING YOU
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GOVERNMENT SERVING YOU
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teer firemen as well.
Maryville Public Safety personnel maintain a close
working relationship with the Nodaway County Sheriff’s Department, the Missouri Highway Patrol and
Northwest Missouri State University Campus Safety
officers.
MARYVILLE
PUBLIC WORKS
The Maryville Public Works Department has full
responsibilities for the operation and maintenance of
the city’s infrastructure, including streets, water and
wastewater lines, the storm drainage system, and the
recently updated water treatment plant located east
of the U.S. Highway 71 Bypass. Also east of the city,
a new, ultra-modern $13.75 million wastewater treatment plant is under construction to replace the city’s
current treatment facility. It is scheduled to be fully
operational in July 2015.
The Public Works Department also encompasses
the building, zoning, and code enforcement func-
. . . day-to-day responsibilities
of the city’s operation are
handled by a professional
city manager . . .
tions of city government, utilizing modern geographic
information systems to assist in its administration and
decisions.
Maryville’s finance department has responsibility
for the city’s accounting and financial reporting, as well
as handling the billing and collections for water and
sewer services.
The Maryville City Hall, located at 415 N. Market,
is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday,
except holidays.
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NODAWAY COUNTY
The Nodaway County Commission is composed of
IMPORTANT NUMBERS
CITY OF MARYVILLE
Administration
City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-8001
City Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3271
City Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-8003
Fire
Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1-1
Non-Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3209
Police
Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1-1
Non-Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3209
. . . a new, ultra-modern $13.75
million wastewater treatment
plant is under construction . . .
GOVERNMENT SERVING YOU
three members — a presiding commissioner and
associate commissioners representing the North and
South districts in the county — elected to oversee the
county’s business. The commissioners work closely
with locally elected officers from 15 townships (smaller
political subdivisions within the county) to coordinate
services. Voters in each township elect a trustee, two
board members, and a clerk to represent their
interests.
Municipal Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3525
Park & Recreation
Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-2923
Swimming Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-2663
The Nodaway County Sheriff’s Department provides capable law enforcement services throughout
the county, including the operation of an enhanced
911 system.
The majority of Nodaway County officials’ offices
are located in a modern multi-story county Administration Center at the northeast corner of East Fourth and
Market streets, adjacent to the Maryville City Hall and
diagonally northeast from the picturesque Nodaway
County Courthouse. Public meeting spaces are also
available in the new administrative building.
The office of the prosecuting attorney and the
circuit courtrooms and offices for the judges and clerk
of the court remain in the courthouse. That building, constructed in 1881 and listed on the National
Register of Historic Places, is situated in the center of
the square in Maryville’s downtown.
The Courthouse is the focal point of a multi-milliondollar revitalization project that includes a complete
revamping of the Maryville square’s landscaping,
streets and intersections.
Animal Shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3333
Airport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-2233
Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-5281
Mozingo Reservations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-2323
Mozingo Lake Golf Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 562-3864
Public Works
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Street Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Water Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Water Plant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Landfill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Code Enforcement/Bldg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
562-8012
562-8011
562-8019
562-3713
562-8018
562-8015
562-8015
NODAWAY COUNTY
County Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-5541
County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-2251
County Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-4302
Recorder of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-5711
Assessor
Real Property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-3374
Personal Property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-7633
Circuit Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-5431
Visit Maryville’s
official web portal:
maryvillemo.org
Circuit Court Division II
Civil and Criminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-4221
Probate Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-4221
Prosecuting Attorney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-8285
Sheriff ’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582-7451
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HISTORY A PROUD PAST
F
History
A Proud Past
rom the time in 1845 when Nodaway County
was designated to be the largest of six political
subdivisions in the relatively new State of Missouri,
the county and Maryville, its county seat, have been
the governmental, cultural and academic center of
Northwest Missouri.
Nodaway County, the fourth largest of 114 counties in Missouri, encompasses 878 square miles of
fertile agricultural land that were a part of the Platte
Purchase of 1836, when the Sac, Fox and Iowa
Indians relinquished, through treaty, their rights to
the huge tract they had only recently been assigned.
It was once covered with tall waving prairie grasses
on the uplifts or “narrows” and uncluttered by trees
except along the three north-to-south rivers and the
smaller creeks. The origin of the name, Nodaway,
is generally attributed to the Pottawatomie word
for “placid.” Other origins include the Dakota Sioux
word for “crossed without canoe,” and “snake,” from
several indigenous languages.
Maryville was named in honor of Mary Graham,
the wife of Amos Graham, the town’s first postmaster and the county clerk. Mary was the first
Caucasian woman to live within the boundaries of
the settlement, incorporated in 1856.
The current population is generally of Central
European decent, primarily German, Scottish
and Irish who settled the area, and the county’s
current population has retained that rural heritage
and strong work ethic.
President Herbert Hoover once owned a farm
near Graham and the Bilby Ranch, founded near
Quitman, had holdings throughout the West. At
one time, it claimed to be second in size only to
the King Ranch in Texas. Rancho del Rayo,
established near Hopkins by William Robbins,
who amassed his wealth producing lightning rods,
proclaimed itself as the largest ranch in Missouri
(Photo courtesy of the Nodaway County Historical Society)
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HISTORY A PROUD PAST
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Nodaway County Economic Development
660-582-4490 | 423 N. Market St. | Maryville, MO
www.nodaway.biz
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HISTORY A PROUD PAST
after the dissolution of the Bilby Ranch.
Two Nodaway County farms were famous for
their horses and horse-racing connections.
Two Nodaway County farms
were famous for their horses
and horse-racing connections.
Isaac N. Prather settled on a farm just west of
Maryville in 1839. He imported a famous English
thoroughbred, Faustus, and named his farm Faustiana after the horse. The stables were home to
Elwood, the 1904 winner of the Kentucky Derby.
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The Townsend family later used the name for its
horse farm and it continues today as the name of a
Maryville residential area.
Thoroughbred trainers Ben A. Jones and Horace
A. “Jimmy” Jones farmed, and retired, near Parnell.
During their time at the Calumet Farm, the Jones
father-and-son team trained six Kentucky Derby
champions and two Triple Crown winners.
Famous natives of Nodaway County include
Sarah Caldwell of the Boston Opera; Dale Carnegie,
author of “How to Win Friends and Influence People”
and developer of self- improvement courses; Homer
Croy, whose books depict life in Maryville; Forrest
C. Donnell, Missouri governor (1941-1945) and U.S.
Senator (1945-51); U.S. Sen. Edward H. Moore of
Oklahoma, and World War II Medal of Honor-winner
Albert David.
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“The Little Home With A Big Heart”
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24-hour nursing care
Routine personal care
Hygiene assistance
Three nutritious meals
Monthly doctors’ visits
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Personalized care plans
Transportation
Physical therapy
Speech therapy
Occupational therapy
HISTORY A PROUD PAST
Doing more for Maryville
by offering more.
VILLAGE CARE CENTER
Whether you need short-term recovery assistance
or long-term care, please give us a call.
810 East Edwards St., Maryville, MO
(660) 562-3515
[email protected]
www.villagecaremaryvillemo.com
Now offering you energy effciency programs, services and rebates.
Learn more at kcpl.com/Maryville.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid, VA Benefits and Long-term Care Insurance.
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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
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A
Commerce
and Industry
uniquely diverse assortment of light industrial manufacturing, retail stores, and a wide
variety of professional enterprises make Maryville
a bustling business center for Northwest Missouri
and southwestern Iowa.
This successful combination of agricultural,
industrial, retail and professional services has
brought Maryville to the forefront among Missouri communities and enabled Nodaway County to
maintain one of the best employment rates in the
state.
The sprawling Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., USA plant located at the south edge of
the city is the area’s largest manufacturing
employer. The Kawasaki plant employs approximately 750 persons full-time, including managers and assembly line personnel, to man its three
shifts producing gasoline engines for lawn and
garden and outdoor recreational vehicle products.
Other local industries include Nucor LMP,
producers of a variety of steel products; Deluxe
Corp., one of the largest check printers in the
This successful combination
of agricultural, industrial, retail
and professional services has
brought Maryville to the
forefront . . .
United States; Federal-Mogul, an international
automotive
supplier;
Laclede
Chain
Co.;
Maryville Metal Culverts; Robbins Lightning
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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
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Manufacturing/Shipping
2500 E. First St.
Maryville, MO
(660) 562-2160
Leaders in
Listing and Selling
Homes and Properties.
Family owned for
over 40 years.
GIVE US A CALL TODAY!
Alan Langley – 541-3380
Deno Groumoutis – 853-9130
Emily Groumoutis – 853-9896
Todd Hayes – 853-8964
Brad Sullivan – 254-3304
Jacque Loghry – 583-9997
Larry Loghry – 562-9713
Jason Brown – 541-2660
Traci Snyder – 254-4442
www.shirleysrealty.com
Curt & Julie Tobin, Brokers/Owners
Curt Tobin, Owner – 528-7777
Julie Tobin, Owner – 528-3121
Russell Wiederholt – 541-5647
Larry Apple – 582-1306
Merla Findley – 853-9050
Janet Moss – 582-1907
Bob Martin – 528-1529
Kim Carmichael – 562-9499
603 N. Main • Maryville, MO
660-562-2562
OFFICE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm; Sat. 9am-noon
E-mail: [email protected]
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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
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Inc.; and Preferred Lightning Protection.
Northwest Missouri State University maintains
a full-time employment base of some 800 persons
while St. Francis Hospital and Health Services has
more than 450 employees. At least a half dozen other employers, including Walmart and Hy-Vee Food
Store, maintain payrolls of approximately 300 employees.
Six local agricultural service firms and implement
dealers representing John Deere, New Holland,
Caterpillar, Kubota and Agco, support the agricultural economy that flourishes in Nodaway County
and the surrounding trade area.
Productive soil types, normally favorable weather and an average of more than 37 inches of
annual rainfall combine to make Maryville and
Nodaway County one of Missouri’s leading
agricultural centers. Principal products include
corn, soybeans and cattle.
Northwest Missouri State University’s Center
for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), which
opened in 2009, provides collaborative research
and grant opportunities for industrial tenants and
university faculty and students in an environment
that nurtures young companies and advances
regional economic growth.
The center’s state-of-the-art facility houses
classrooms and student and faculty research laboratories related to Northwest’s new undergraduate
degree program in nanoscale science as well as a
business incubator with emphasis on science and
technology-based start-up companies.
The CIE supports the university’s academic
mission by providing students with opportunities for
real-world experiences through research, internships, and employment with CIE tenants. At the
same time, it connects promising new businesses
to the university’s scientific and research resources.
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Our favorable location and diverse economy
also contribute to a wide range of retail businesses. That lineup has recently added national retail
stores including Dollar Tree, Rue 21, and Sally Beauty Supply in the rejuvenated Mary Mart
Center.
Franchised food services including Applebee’s,
McDonald’s, two Subways, Taco Bell, Taco John’s,
Jimmy John’s, Burger King, KFC and Joy Wok
augment local Maryville favorites, A&G, Carson’s,
LaBonita, The Mandarin, Hy-Vee, Gray’s, Happy
Garden, Simply Siam and Senor Burrito to provide a
wide variety of dining choices.
Hy-Vee, Walmart, Consumers Oil, MFA and three
convenience stores provide retail gasoline sales.
Around-the-clock grocery shopping is available
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
GROWING RETAIL BASE
The incubator currently hosts four tenants.
WIND POWER
Northwest Missouri is rapidly developing into a
significant location for wind power generation.
The nearby Conception Wind Farm is capable
of providing 50.4 megawatts of “green” electricity
to Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. AEC is
connected to the 69,000-volt electrical transmission system owned and operated by NW Electric
Cooperative, Inc. The Conception operation
consists of 24 Suzlon S-88 turbines producing
renewable electric energy for 20,000 homes.
The wind farm developed by Wind Capital Group
involves 20 individual landowners and encompasses 7,000 acres.
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COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
at the Hy-Vee Food Store and the Walmart Super
Center.
This diversified retail community makes Maryville
a good place to fulfill your shopping needs. Its
strength lies in pride of local ownership and
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courteous service to customers. Together they
result in Maryville retail sales in many categories
that exceed what would normally be anticipated
from a population base of this size.
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MANUFACTURING
Kawasaki Motors Mfg. Corp. USA
Federal-Mogul
Deluxe
Nucor-LMP
Laclede Chain Company
J.L. Houston
Robbins Lightning
Maryville Metal Culverts
Preferred Lightning Protection
Houston Polytank SERVICE/ RETAIL/EDUCATION
Northwest Missouri State University
St. Francis Hospital & Health Services
Maryville Tretament Center
Maryville R-II School District
Nodaway Valley Bank
Focus Workforce
Aramark
Hy-Vee Food Store
Walmart Supercenter
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
MAJOR EMPLOYERS
Products/Service
Gas Engines for Lawn & Garden Products
Chassis Products
Printed Forms/Checks
CF Steel Bar and Industrial Wire
Industrial, Hardware & Tire Chain
Steel Storage Tanks & Petroleum Equipment
Weather Vanes, Lightning Protection
Culverts
Lightning Protection Equipment
Polytank
Higher Education
Health Care
Minimum Security Treatment Center
Education
Finance
Staffing Service
Campus Dining/Catering
Food Store/Bakery/Deli/Pharmacy
Retail Discount
Medical Services
PHYSICIAN LISTING
Anesthesiology
Cosmetic Surgery
Emergency Medicine
Family Practice
General Surgery
Hospitalists
Internal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Occupational Medicine
Ophthalmology
Orthopedic Surgery
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
2013
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Radiology
Sports Medicine
Urology
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Specialty Clinics
Nurses: RNs
LPNs
Nurse Practitioners
92
92
55
55
77
Other Health Care Services
Nursing Home Facilities
Dentists
Chiropractors
Optometrists
Orthodontist
44
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77
55
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Visit Maryville’s
official web portal:
maryvillemo.org
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EDUCATION EXCELLENCE
Education
Excellence
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MARYVILLE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
he Maryville R-II School District successfully trains the community’s young people in
an atmosphere of excellence, producing results unsurpassed anywhere in the Midwest.
Those results are readily evident, not only in the
modern facilities housing the Eugene Field Elementary School, Maryville Middle School, Maryville High
School and the Northwest Technical School, but
in the level of excellence achieved by their more
than 1,900 students. The district holds a AAA rating through the Missouri School Improvement Program and is “Accredited with Distinction” as a result
of meeting the 14 standards linked to the program.
Licensed counselors and nurses are on the staff at
each school to promote emotional and physical wellbeing and growth.
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The student-teacher ratio throughout the district
is a commendable 16-1 and more than 94 percent of
all students entering the system are graduated from
high school.
Inside recently expanded facilities, the top-
The district holds a AAA
rating through the Missouri
School Improvement Program
and is “Accredited with
Distinction” as a result of
meeting the 14 standards
linked to the program.
flight Eugene Field Elementary School faculty and staff enhance the lives of the school’s
575+ preschool through fourth-grade students in a
wide variety of ways. All students have access to
the Internet through networked computers in each
classroom and each benefits from nationally recognized wellness and nutrition programs.
Maryville Middle School is housed in a modern
facility located near the high school. Approximately
425 students take advantage of the latest learning
tools with computers in every classroom as well as
a state-of-the art computer laboratory. Instrumental
and vocal music are offered at MMS, as well as intramural and competitive sports teams and a wide
range of other extracurricular activities.
Those programs enable Maryville’s middle school
to continue the level of excellence that earned its
program an “Exemplary Schools in the United
States” designation from the United States Department of Education.
The approximately 450 students at Maryville
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R-II High School are encouraged to take advantage of as many of the school’s 110 units of credit
as possible during their careers at MHS. The district’s comprehensive curriculum also offers college
credit courses in cooperation with Northwest Missouri State University. The high school is a beneficiary of the addition of up-to-date science laboratory
classrooms and other enhancements to the physical
plant.
There is more to high school than outstanding
academics offered in modern settings, however, and
the various Maryville Spoofhound sports teams and
marching band are testimony to that. A full spectrum
of sports opportunities is available to both boys and
girls and a winning tradition pervades. The football
team won the state football championship in its class
in 2012 and 2009.
“What is a Spoofhound, anyway?” The answer is
best left for a full explanation from an alum or present-day coach or player. It is a unique team name, to
say the least, but opponents across the state know
that, year-in and year-out, the ’Hounds are a force
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to be reckoned with.
The Northwest Technical School serves more
than 450 students from the surrounding five-county
area. Offerings in 15 different areas of specialization are designed specifically to meet the needs of
area business and industry. The technical school
also provides post-secondary training leading to licensed practical nurses’ certification. Its adult education programs include short courses in computers, electronics, woodworking, technical skills and
self-improvement, among others. These offerings
are usually available in the evenings so they do not
conflict with students’ work schedules.
Maryville elementary and middle school students
also have the choice to take advantage of two private school programs.
Horace Mann Laboratory School on the Northwest Missouri State campus provides an excellent
learning environment for pre-kindergarten through
sixth grade students. In addition to its private school
atmosphere, Horace Mann also provides on-site
training for education majors at the university.
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(Darren Whitley, Northwest Missouri State University)
St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic School
has classes for pre-school through eighth
grade in facilities that are adjacent to the
church. The school’s fully certified faculty
offers a comprehensive curriculum complemented
by faith development.
NORTHWEST MISSOURI
STATE UNIVERSITY
Northwest Missouri State University and Maryville
— names that are synonymous with quality and culture across Missouri and throughout the Midwest.
The presence of the four-year, regional state university enhances the quality of life for the city’s residents, and is a catalyst that attracts educational,
cultural, political awareness and opportunities to
experience the performing arts.
Often called the most beautiful of Missouri’s colleges, Northwest’s 350-acre campus is designated
as Missouri’s State Arboretum.
Northwest’s enrollment for the fall trimester of
2013 totaled slightly in excess of 6,500 students
from throughout Missouri and the surrounding threestate region, across the United States, and around
the world. Incoming freshmen boast an average
ACT score of 22.3.
Of that total enrollment, Northwest claims approximately 360 international students from 30
countries. The majority of those students are from
India and the People’s Republic of China.
During the most recent trimester, Northwest
boasts an enrollment of approximately 70 percent
Missouri residents.
Northwest students historically perform quite well
in the classroom. Freshmen have a fall-to-fall retention rate of 69 percent, compared to the national average of 66 percent for like institutions. Northwest’s
graduation rate is 58 percent while the national average for similar institutions is 45 percent.
The university’s placement rate — the percentage of graduates who are employed or continuing
their education within six months of graduation — is
97.4 percent.
Maryville and Northwest continue to enhance a
strong “town and gown” relationship that benefits
both in many ways. With some 250 full-time faculty
whose curriculum expertise spans the full spectrum
of areas important to improving the community as
well as the campus environment, city and county
projects and programs are able to readily draw on
local “consultants.”
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Perhaps the most obvious in that category would
be the campus’ far-reaching computerized services.
What began in 1987 as the nation’s first “Electronic
Campus,” featuring a computer in every dormitory
room, has matured into a truly electronic campus
with every residence hall, classroom and faculty
office connected to the university’s state-of-the-art
computer center, providing on- and off-campus interactive and Internet services via laptop computers provided to every student. Northwest has also
been selected as a test site for future educational
advances, including electronic textbooks.
TOWN-GOWN
PARTNERSHIPS
More recently, however, the City of Maryville and
the university have partnered in additional ongoing
community improvement projects. The foremost of
those is the cooperative development of a revitalized Fourth Street Corridor to connect the main
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campus entrance and the city’s downtown square.
That project has been recognized for its scope and
uniqueness by the International Town-Gown Association. The two entities are also cooperating in various projects to improve off-campus housing in the
university area.
The university comprises three colleges —
Arts and Sciences, Education and Human Services, and the Booth College of Business and
Professional Studies — offering baccalaureate,
masters and educational specialist programs. A
doctorate in education is also offered in conjunction
with the University of Missouri.
NWMSU has significantly enhanced its nanoscience programs following the opening of the Center
for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The $23 million facility is home to ultra-modern
classrooms and laboratories for the physical sciences as well as incubator space for cutting-edge business programs. The new facility was recognized by
the Southern Growth Initiative with its 2010 Innovation Award for economic development.
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Maryville R-II
Schools
Maryville, Missouri
and still growing.
District web address: www.maryville.k12.mo.us
District Report Card web address:
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EDUCATION EXCELLENCE
(Darren Whitley, Northwest Missouri State University)
The overall excellence of the university has been
recognized four times — first in 1997, again in 2001
and 2005, and most recently in 2008 — for its overall excellence through the Missouri Quality Awards
program.
As an innovator in the field of alternative energy
through the utilization of waste wood chips, recycled
paper pellets and animal waste products, reducing
the university’s dependence on petroleum-based fuels has been a goal for more than 25 years. Beginning in 1982, its choice of fuels incrementally shifted
to alternative materials — wood chips (1982), pelletized paper (1992) and animal waste blended with
dry feedstocks (2001) — from sources found in Missouri and adjacent states.
Using funds from the Missouri Department of
Economic Development, equipment was purchased
to add a second production line dedicated to producing biomass fuels from a variety of agricultural and
agribusiness waste resources in a $700,000 addi-
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tion to its existing Biomass Processing Center. The
university acquired a US patent for its “animal waste
to energy production” process in 2000. In 2001, it
received the top rank of “Environmental Friendliness” by the National Wildlife Federation.
After more than 25 years of operation, the use
of alternative fuel sources has saved in excess of
$12.5 million. The savings have been reallocated
into the university’s instructional programs and to
enhance salaries.
BEARCAT ATHLETICS
Fans from the campus and community alike support Northwest’s successful intercollegiate athletic
programs.
A perennial power in the burgeoning MidAmerica
Intercollegiate
Athletics
Association, the school’s Bearcat football teams won
NCAA Division II national championships to climax
the 1998, 1999 and 2009 seasons.
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Northwest’s cheer and dance squads traditionally
rank among the best in their field in the NCAA, having claimed multiple national titles.
CONCEPTION
SEMINARY COLLEGE
Established in 1886, Conception Seminary
College is one of the largest of the 40 Roman
Catholic college seminaries in the nation and one
of only 15 with a complete four-year academic
curriculum. Conception strives today, as it did
a century ago, to fulfill the needs of the Roman
Catholic Church for candidates for the ordained
ministry through spiritual, intellectual, and character
formation in the Benedictine tradition.
In the best Benedictine tradition, Conception
Seminary College promotes academic excellence,
character formation and spiritual growth. The
operation of Conception Seminary College is the
primary apostolate of the Benedictine monks of
Conception Abbey.
Conception Seminary College is accredited
by The Higher Learning Commission of the North
Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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The men’s and women’s basketball teams
were both MIAA champions in 2003 and 2008.
Other varsity sports include men’s and women’s track and field, cross-country and tennis; men’s baseball, and women’s volleyball,
softball, soccer and golf.
. . . Conception Seminary
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he Benedictine Monks of Conception Abbey
invite you to visit Conception Abbey and experience the 1500 year-old tradition
of Benedictine monasticism right here in Northwest Missouri. To schedule your visit,
tour, or retreat contact our guest center at [email protected]
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HEALTH CARE LIVING WELL
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Health Care
Living Well
S
t. Francis Hospital and Health Services provides
Nodaway County’s state-of-the-art medical care
services.
A cadre of more than two dozen physicians and
family nurse practitioners lead a staff of approximately
475 employees in offering a full range of health services for area residents at the ultra-modern full-care
hospital. The facility provides 81 licensed acute-care
beds, all located in single-occupancy rooms, as well
as offices for its 34 practicing staff physicians.
St. Francis Hospital was founded in 1894 by the
Sisters of St. Francis and now operates under supervision of the Franciscan Sisters and its corporate parent
corporation, SSM Health Care System, headquartered
in St. Louis.
Following the “turn no one away” philosophy of its
founder, Mother Mary Augustine Giesen, St. Fran-
A cadre of more than two
dozen physicians and family
practitioners lead a staff of
approximately 475 employees
in offering a full range of health
services for area residents at
the ultra-modern full-care
hospital.
cis Hospital provides quality care for patients from
throughout Northwest Missouri. The hospital has been
awarded three Missouri Quality Awards for its overall
high performance level, most recently in 2004 and
2008.
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• Laboratory testing
• Obstetrics
• Occupational medicine
• Orthopedics and orthopedic surgery
• Ophthalmology
• Pediatrics
• Physical therapy
Modern equipment makes it possible for the hospital to provide:
• CTscan
• Echocardiography
• MRI
• Nuclear medicine
Regular outreach specialty clinics provide care in
the areas of:
• Cardiology
• Ear, nose and throat
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HEALTH CARE LIVING WELL
St. Francis Hospital is also recognized as being
among the best in the nation at providing safe, reliable
and efficient care, according to America’s largest health
care performance improvement alliance. To earn that
designation, the hospital achieved top performance in
key quality areas in the Premier healthcare alliance’s
QUEST: High Performing Hospitals collaborative.
The complete in-patient services provided by staff
physicians and a certified nursing and service staff are
now enhanced by the recent addition of full-time hospitalists to the staff.
The list of available medical services and specialties includes:
• Ambulatory and general surgery
• Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation
• Cosmetic surgery
• Diagnostic outpatient care
• Emergency room coverage
• Imaging services
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breakfast diner, full-service butcher shop, and catering department. Repeat Refill makes our pharmacy
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Maryville Hy-Vee’s mission is to make
life easier, healthier and happier. We
have four full-time staff pharmacists, a
full-time registered dietitian in Deanna
Bottorff, and a Health Market Manager,
Tasha Rolofson, who all work together
to help our customers and patients.
Whether it’s answering questions about
prescriptions, assisting with dietary
needs, helping with diabetes management,
or offering new food trends, Maryville
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• Neurosurgery
• Oncology
• Physical medicine and rehabilitation
• Podiatry
• Pulmonary disease
• Urology
With the introduction of a fully integrated, electronic
medical records system in 2012, St. Francis is able
to provide state-of-the-art medical records for patients
through its increasingly popular MyChart desktop and
smartphone application. The system also provides
compatibility with systems of other SSM and regional
health care providers.
St. Francis’ modern facility was expanded and enhanced in 2004 through a bequest from the estate of
Horace A. “Jimmy” Jones, the former Kentucky Derbyand Triple Crown-winning trainer for Calumet Farms.
The hospital’s reception, general service , and medical treatment areas are continually being updated to
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provide the most convenient and complete health care
experience.
The hospital also provides inpatient and outpatient
mental health services. SSM Home Care/Hospice of
Northwest Missouri is another valuable service available to area residents.
The St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary is an active group
providing support for the facility and staff and offering
other extensive services for patients and their families.
Other assisted living and/or nursing care services for
the elderly are available from five licensed area facilities.
The Nodaway County Ambulance Service, supplemented by the Maryville Public Safety’s rescue squad,
responds to medical emergencies throughout the
county, supported by a modern 911 system.
Other health care/wellness needs of Maryville residents are fulfilled by eight dentists, five chiropractors,
and four optometrists. There are three pharmacies in
Maryville, including Hy-Vee, Walmart and Walgreens.
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GREAT COMMUNITY. GREAT HOSPITAL.
Great Team.
Committed to courteous and professional care.
At St. Francis Hospital & Health Services, we believe the job of a
hospital is more than treating a disease. It’s taking care of people. It’s
taking the time to do a job right, to answer questions and go the extra
mile. From emergency services to outpatient surgery to food service - and
everything in between - we are committed to providing the courteous,
caring and professional attention you would expect from people you know
and trust. That’s how neighbors feel. That’s what neighbors do.
660-562-2600 • www.stfrancismaryville.com • 2016 South Main Street • Maryville, MO 64468
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RECREATION AND TOURISM
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Recreation
and Tourism
he new-in-2002 and recently expanded
Maryville Recreation Center, the Maryville
Aquatic Center in Beal Park, and Donaldson Westside
Park and Sports Complex are the latest additions to
the city’s elaborate network of city parks and playgrounds.
The Maryville Parks and Recreation Department
has primary operational responsibilities for the city’s
facilities, including the dozen city parks. Located in
various geographical sections of the city, the parks include athletic fields, shelters, playground equipment,
walking trails and historically significant sites.
The Parks and Recreation Department is a separate entity from the City of Maryville that is governed
by a citizen’s board. Its annual budget, however, does
require city council approval.
The Maryville Community Center, the city’s versatile “Rec Center,” is undoubtedly the focal point for
year-round physical activity, so much so that Maryville
voters overwhelmingly passed a proposition to fund
additional meeting rooms and exercise space and
equipment when demand outgrew available space
in the original complex. The center’s expansion was
completed in 2008.
The gymnasium area provides space for basketball, volleyball and an indoor tennis court. An elevated, 12-laps-per-mile walking track supplements a full
complement of cardio-vascular and weight-training
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hours of operation that vary seasonally. Rooms for
regularly scheduled aerobic training and other classes, as well as group meetings are available.
The Community Center also provides office space
for the MPR director and staff.
The fitness center in the Rylan Milner Sports Complex on the Northwest Missouri State University campus and the privately operated GetFit 24 and Curves
add choice to the full range of health club activities
available to area residents and students.
MARYVILLE
AQUATIC CENTER
Maryville’s beautiful municipal swimming pool provides water-based recreation ranging from zero-depth
entry to fountains and water slides that complement its
eight 25-meter lanes for competitive swimming.
The $2 million facility was built with public funds and
has been recognized for the design of its bathhouse
and concession areas.
Swimming lessons are available through MPR and
Red Cross programs each summer. The aquatic center is home to the Maryville Sharks, a youth swim team
that is competitive with other area communities. Aquatic exercise is also available at the municipal pool.
CITY TRAIL SYSTEM
Maryville is developing an extensive system of
walking/biking trails throughout the community and the
Northwest campus, eventually connecting to an auxiliary system at the Mozingo Lake Recreational Park
area.
More than 3.5 miles of paved walkways have been
added to the community’s trail system since the inception of the program and an additional 3.2 miles are
designed and scheduled for future construction.
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RECREATION AND TOURISM
More recent additions provide a route linking the
St. Francis Hospital campus with both Maryville Middle
School and Maryville High. That segment is designed
to ultimately connect with existing walkways that
traverse the balance of the community. The developing system of trails provides safe walkways to schools
More than 3.5 miles of paved
walkways have been added to
the community’s trail system.
in the community as well as recreational opportunities.
The continuing trail program is possible because of
significant funding through the Missouri Department of
Transportation.
DONALDSON
WESTSIDE PARK
The 40-acre Donaldson Park is the newest of
Maryville’s 11 public parks, and offers the most extensive array of recreational opportunities. It contains four
lighted softball fields, five soccer fields, a football field,
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a skateboard park, playground equipment, shelters
and an amphitheater.
MARYVILLE COUNTRY CLUB
The Maryville Country Club is located at the city’s
western edge and offers a challenging nine-hole golf
course. The MCC layout was redone in 1995 and provides a challenge to golfers at all skill levels. The club
also offers a newly remodeled clubhouse with dining
room and bar and a swimming pool for members and
guests.
A series of local tournaments is held at the MCC to
complement the action at Mozingo Lake Golf Course.
RUNNING
Runners and walkers are not left out of Maryville’s
recreational mix. The area season usually begins with
Conception Abbey Trails Day in April, followed by the
Chamber- sponsored Country Classic Marathon and
still later in the season, the MAC’s annual mini-triathlon.
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individual bowler as well as numerous league competitors.
The Hangar is Maryville’s unique movie theater located on South Main Street. The multi-screen theater,
designed and decorated to resemble an airplane hangar, offers first- run movies. One of its five screens is
designed in a “dinner theater” setting.
HUNTING AND FISHING
Wildlife abounds in Northwest Missouri.
Hunting for deer, turkey, waterfowl, quail, pheasant,
and other small game such as rabbits and squirrels, is
popular throughout the area.
In addition to the fine angling at Mozingo Lake and
nearby Nodaway Lake and the Bilby Lake and Conservation Area, a vast assortment of private farm
ponds can make for some great fishing. Permission is
required from landowners to fish the farm ponds, but
most landowners are more than willing to provide access to responsible sportsmen.
Favorite pond-fish species are bass, crappie, sunfish (bream/bluegill) and catfish.
The State of Missouri Conservation Department
regulates hunting and fishing and valid licenses and/
or permits are required.
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MOZINGO LAKE RECREATION PARK
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Mozingo Lake
Recreation Park
M
aryville can legitimately proclaim itself as the
recreational center of Northwest Missouri.
Easily.
The headliner for that claim is the state-park-quality
3,000-acre Mozingo Lake Recreation Park located five
miles east of the city, just north of U.S. Highway 136
and west of Liberty Road.
The centerpieces of the multi-use recreational
area are the 1,000-acre lake that is its namesake and
a championship 18-hole golf course. Those two
premier features are only the beginning, however.
Other available amenities include fully furnished cabins, RV and tent-camping sites, a youth camp area
and other amenities.
Mozingo Lake was constructed as a water supply,
flood control and recreational reservoir. Construction
began in 1992 and the lake reached full pool in 1996.
This fantastic outdoor recreational facility takes a
backseat to no other man-made lake in Missouri. It
was constructed, primarily with federal funding, to ensure a drought- proof water source for Maryville and to
help with flood control, but it has developed into what
many enthusiasts consider to be the best fishing spot
in the state. Three boat- launch ramps provide access
for fishing, pleasure boating, jet skiing and water skiing. A sand beach for lake swimming is also available.
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MOZINGO LAKE RECREATION PARK
In 1993, bluegills were stocked into Mozingo Lake;
catfish and bass were introduced the following year
to supplement the inundated farm pond populations
already present. In 1996, the Missouri Department of
Conservation introduced walleye to further enhance
This fantastic outdoor
recreational facility takes
a backseat to no other
man-made lake in Missouri.
Mozingo’s fishing opportunities.
Fishing access to the lake is available from the three
paved fishing ramps as well as along many stretches
of its 26-mile-long shoreline.
The lake is a crappie fishermen’s paradise in the
spring and fall and a prime destination for bass fishermen throughout the year. Various tournaments are
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weekly occurrences from early spring through mid-November, attracting competitors from several states. In
recent years, the stringer weights from Mozingo Lake
tournaments have been the heaviest in Missouri and
numerous fishing reports and publications cite the lake
as being one of the best fisheries in the Midwest.
MOZINGO LAKE
GOLF COURSE
“Mozingo Lake is a role model for municipal golf
courses” - Golf Digest
Nestled among the rolling hills, native grasslands
and wooded areas at the south end of the lake, Mozingo Lake Golf Course has done nothing but improve
since being nominated as “The Best New Public Golf
Course in America” by Golf Digest magazine in 1996.
The course was designed by Donald Sechrest, the
author of more than 90 courses throughout the Midwest, and opened for play in 1995. It offers a challenge
for all skill levels, stretching from 5,242 yards to its
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par-72 maximum of 7,135 yards. The layout has a
course rating of 73.5 and a slope rating of 134 on rye
grass.
The course at Mozingo has been designated as
“the best moderately priced golf course in Missouri” by
USA TODAY, which, along with Golf Digest, calls it the
“best course to play in the state of Missouri for under
$50.”
The clubhouse and pro shop, remodeled in 2013,
incorporate a historic silo into the barn-motif design of
the building. A driving range, putting green, golf cart
rental and individual or group lessons are part of the
amenities available at Mozingo. The course’s overall
playability has been enhanced by the addition of an
all-weather, concrete path system serving the entire
layout.
Numerous tournaments are held each year at
Mozingo, including charitable events as well as
collegiate and high school matches and tournaments.
The course is the home links for the women’s golf
team at Northwest Missouri State University and for
Maryville and other area high schools.
Seasonal playing passes are offered, in addition
to daily greens fees.
RVs, CABINS AND CAMPING
Mozingo’s public accommodations include overnight/extended-stay cabins; a full- service RV park
and tent camping for visitors wanting to take advantage of the lake or the various hiking trails; covered
picnic shelters, and outdoor physical fitness and leadership training facilities. Limited game bird hunting is
permitted in season.
The city operates its 95-space recreational vehicle
park on a year-round basis, although the major activities are in the summer, ending, for all practical purposes, with the annual Halloween festivities at the park in
late October.
The majority of the sites (75) are available on a
space-available basis, but there are 20 spaces that
may be reserved in advance. The RV park provides
water and electricity, showers and restroom facilities,
a dump station and a playground for younger campers. It is connected to the Lookout Point area of the
lake by a concrete hiking and biking trail completed in
conjunction with the city’s expanded hiking/biking trail
system.
Five cabins that can accommodate from six to
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MOZINGO LAKE RECREATION PARK
12 persons are located near the RV park. The fully
equipped, modern units are extremely popular and advance reservations are recommended. All are fully furnished, have fireplaces and beautiful lake views. Two
new cabins built by the Northwest Technical School
building trades classes during the 2013-14 school
year are located nearby.
There are 37 tent camping sites available in a more
secluded, wooded area between the RV park and the
swimming beach. Picnic shelters are located on and
around Lookout Point.
west Missouri State University, along Mozingo Lake.
MOERA patrons can take part in recreational activities
that include a challenge course for developing leadership and teamwork skills.
The course features a 50-foot Alpine climbing tower
and climbing wall, a low elements obstacle course,
kayaking facilities, trap shooting and an archery
range. It is popular with local residents and university
students as well as area corporations which use it for
team-building and retreat experiences.
MOZINGO
EQUESTRIAN TRAIL
YOUTH CAMP AND MOERA
The Mozingo Youth Camp is extremely popular for
its unique combination of five rustic cabins and an
ultra-modern kitchen and dining facility. An adjacent
tent-camping area is available to take care of larger
gatherings.
The Mozingo Outdoor Education Recreation Area
(MOERA) is situated on 320 acres, operated by North-
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A five-mile equestrian trail located along the west-
ern shore of Mozingo Lake is constantly being upgraded and expanded. The newest improvements include
the addition of 13 full-service RV pads and restroom
facilities at the trailhead area, approximately four miles
north of the dam.
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Quality Care From
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* Vision Center * Pharmacy
* Photo Center * Deli
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* Produce * Meat Department
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COMMUNITY QUALITY OF LIFE
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M
Community
Quality of Life
aryville affords its citizens ample opportunities
to maximize their artistic, cultural and entertainment interests.
Whether it is a night’s relaxation at an Encore Performance on the campus of Northwest Missouri State
University, the pursuit of ancestral history at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum, a visit to the
Maryville Public Library for that popular title you have
been meaning to read for several months, or a visit to
an art show on the Northwest Missouri campus, you
will have the chance to satisfy yourself.
The city library, conveniently located on Main Street,
two blocks north of the Square, offers current popular
titles in traditional as well as electronic format, periodicals, magazines, CDs, videos and other materials in its
recently expanded and updated facility.
Built in 1904 as Maryville’s post office and the beneficiary of two expansion projects, the library houses
more than 45,000 volumes in its varied collection and
distributes more than 77,000 items per year. A wide as-
A wide assortment of
programs for children and
adults is available on a
regular basis.
sortment of programs for children and adults is available on a regular basis. Internet access is available
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First United Methodist Church
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916 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
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Heritage Worship: 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 10:20 a.m.
Jubilee Worship: 11:10 a.m.
and for Bible Studies, Vacation Bible School,
Fellowship Events, and more!
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through eight terminals, in addition to wireless service
throughout the building.
The Friends of the Library is an active support group
which supports various projects. The Nodaway County
Historical Society Museum is home to an outstanding
collection of artifacts, resource materials and a genealogical library. Self-guided tours include the main build-
Spiritual life in Maryville
centers around more than 20
churches representing a broad
spectrum of Christian faiths.
ing, the nearby Caleb Burns House and the Hickory
Grove one-room school house.
The Historical Society Museum is home to an outstanding collection of artifacts, resource materials and
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a genealogical library.
The museum periodically hosts traveling exhibits
from area and national museums, including The Smithsonian Institution.
The community also benefits from several smaller
collections on the Northwest campus. They include the
Stucky Radio and Electronic Museum in Wells Hall, the
Geological Museum in Garrett-Strong Science Building, and the Ag Museum in the Valk Agricultural Professions Center.
The Encore Series at Northwest sponsors a varied
cultural entertainment series during each school year.
Open to the public, Encore hosts dance and musical
performances and stage productions in the 1,100-seat
Mary Linn Auditorium in the Ron Houston Center for the
Performing Arts on campus. The new 5,500-squarefoot Studio Theater was opened as a part of the Houston Center in 2008.
The university’s annual Distinguished Lecture Series is also open to the public.
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An active Senior Center of Nodaway County, 1210
E. 1st St., offers a regular variety of activities for the
area’s mature citizens.
Always popular arts festivals, antique shows, and
musical acts are featured during the summer months
throughout the community. The Courthouse Square is
always bustling with activity and in mid-July each year,
it plays host to the traditional Nodaway County Fair.
Other local festivals are held in Barnard, Burlington
Junction, Elmo, Graham, Guilford, Hopkins, Parnell,
and Ravenwood.
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Fine art exhibits from national as well as local
artists are regularly displayed in the Olive DeLuce
Gallery on the Northwest campus, which also boasts
an 11,000-square-foot Fire Arts Center for ceramic
arts. Student and faculty recitals and performances are
given in the Charles Johnson Theater on campus.
The Nodaway County community theater provides
a variety of entertainment throughout the year.
Maryville boasts active service and fraternal
organizations, including Eagles and Elks lodges,
Lions, Optimist and Rotary clubs.
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LICENSED, INSURED & BONDED
Employees of Federal-Mogul manufacture
Aftermarket Chassis products and OE parts
for John Deere and CAT. The commitment
to quality and excellence continues to be
a trademark, serving Maryville for over 30
years.
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28147 Business Hwy. 71 • Maryville, MO
(660) 582-5829
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Spiritual life in Maryville centers around more than
20 churches representing a broad spectrum of Christian faiths, ranging from Roman Catholic to a wide
variety of Protestant denominations.
Baptist, Christian, Lutheran, Methodist and Roman
Catholic student facilities are operated for Northwest
Missouri State University students and there is also an
Episcopal student organization.
Much of the religious outreach activity in the community is coordinated through the Maryville Ministerial
Fellowship, which provides an ecumenical approach to
Christian service.
The major outreach by members of the alliance is
the operation of the Ministry Center, a facility that helps
the less fortunate in the community. Food, clothing,
home heating assistance and emergency funding are
routinely made available to qualifying patrons.
Many of the area churches also cooperate in providing interfaith services and study groups throughout the
year.
Aside from the many churches in Maryville and
throughout the county, the single most impressive religious community in the area is located in the Conception-Clyde area east of Maryville.
The Basilica of the Immaculate Conception — des-
ignated by Pope Pius XII in 1941 as one of only 33
basilicas in the United States — is the centerpiece of
the Benedictine community at Conception. The basilica
and its Beuron murals have undergone a two- decade
restoration costing $9 million. It was completed in 1999.
Conception Abbey was founded in 1873 and designated as an abbey in 1881. Today, the abbey population numbers 65 monks who celebrate the Eucharist
and Liturgy of the Hours daily. They also staff and administer the facilities there, including the Conception
Abbey, St. Benedict Monastery, Seminary College, and
the Printery House, a commercial printing business
specializing in religious cards and other materials.
The monks also serve as parish priests and hospital
chaplains in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kansas
City-St. Joseph and other dioceses.
The Benedictine Convent of Perpetual Adoration located at Clyde is one of three convents for Benedictine
Sisters in the United States. It houses a Religious Relics Museum containing 550 documented saint artifacts,
thought to be the largest such collection in America.
The sisters produce more than 2 million altar breads
weekly that are distributed across the United States
and in nine foreign countries. The convent also markets Monastery Scents, a popular line of bar soap.
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Accessories
Maurices
Accountants
H&R Block
Harden, Cummins, Moss, &
Miller, LLC. CPAs
Marsh, Espey, & Riggs
Schieber & Co.
Advertising
1Better, LLC
97.1 the ‘Vill – Pickup Country
KNIM Radio
Accent Printing
City Directory, Inc.
Clinton L. Allen Monuments
KMA Radio
Maryville Daily Forum/
Penny Press
Nodaway News Leader
St. Joseph News-Press
The Post
Agriculture
Consumers Oil
MFA Agri-Service
Milne-Dinsdale Seed, LLC
Nodaway County Farm Bureau
Insurance Services
Ziegler Ag Equipment
Air Duct Cleaning
Advanced Restoration Services
Air Conditioning
Al’s Heating, Cooling &
Refrigeration Inc.
First Choice Heating &
Cooling, Inc.
Geist Heating & Air
Conditioning
Alterations
T & S Nails Spa & Alterations
Antiques
The Nesting Place
Alzheimer’s Care
Golden Living Center
Apartments
Double B Development, LLC
Fox Alley Apartments
Horizons West Apartments
Maryville Housing Authority
Villas at the Summit
Automobile Dealers
Boyles Motors
Championship Motors
Northwest Power Sales
Rolling Hills Outlet Center
Tri-State Ford Lincoln Mercury
Catering
A&G Restaurant Bar & Grill
Hy-Vee
KFC
My Favorite Muffin
Northwest Catering
Appliance Dealers
Best Brands Plus Radio Shack Dealer
Sears Dealer Store
Watkins True Value Hardware
Banks
Bank Midwest
Citizens Bank & Trust
Nodaway Valley Bank
US Bank
Cellular Phones
Northwest Cell
US Cellular
Assisted Living
Bristol Manor Senior Adult Care
Village Care Center
Banquet Rooms
A&G Restaurant Bar & Grill
Nodaway County Senior Center
Northwest Catering
Attorneys
Anderson & Sundell
James W. Whan, Attorney
Strong & Strong Law Firm
Auction Services
Enterprise Realty & Auction,
LLC
United Country Twaddle Realty Inc.
Auto Body Repairs
Pitzenberger Body Shop
Walker Body Shop, Inc.
Auto Insurance
American Family Insurance Gary McClain Agency
Shelter Insurance Dave Weigel
State Farm Insurance Kerry Meyers
State Farm Insurance Kevin Neal
Auto Service/Parts
Beemer’s Muffler Center, LLC/
Saye Machine Shop
Boyles Motors
Consumers Oil
Delbert’s Garage LLC
Orscheln Farm & Home LLC
Pitzenberger Body Shop
Service Lube
Shell’s Service, Towing
and Repair
Tri-State Ford Lincoln Mercury
Walker Body Shop, Inc.
Walmart
Wilmes Tire & Service
Bars / Lounges / Taverns
Burny’s Sports Bar
Baseball Teams
St. Joseph Mustangs
Baseball Club
Beauty Salons
JASS Salon
Bed & Breakfast
Victorian Rental Getaway
Beverages
Pepsi Cola
Books
Maryville Public Library
Building Supplies
Bearcat Lumber
Sutherlands
Business Assistance
Small Business & Technology
Development Center
Business Forms
DELUXE
Cable
SuddenLink Communications
Camping
Mozingo Lake & Golf Course
Carpet Cleaning
Advanced Restoration Services
J & S Cleaning Services
CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Abstracts
Nodaway County Abstract &
Title Co.
Chamber
Directory
Chiropractors
Advanced Chiropractic
Baker Chiropractic & Rehab, LLC
Barefoot Chiropractic
Countryside Chiropractic
Churches
Benedictine Convent
Community of Christ
Conception Abbey
Countryside Christian Church
First Christian Church
First United Methodist Church
Hope Lutheran Church
St. Gregory’s Catholic Church
& School
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Cleaners
Uptown Cleaners
Clothing Stores
Maurices
Student Body
Commercial Insurance
Jackson Insurance
Computer Repair
MTE Office Center
Computer Services/Dealers
MTE Office Center
Conference Centers/Meeting
Rooms
Comfort Inn
Holiday Inn Express
Nodaway County Senior Center
Northwest Missouri State
University
Conservation
Nodaway County Soil & Water
District
Carpet/Rug Dealer
Carpet Plus Bargain Barn
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Construction
Nodaway Contracting Co., Inc.
Middleswart Construction
White Cloud Engineering
Wilmes Construction Co., LLC
Woodruff Arnold Construction
Consulting
Small Business & Technology
Development Center
Contract Labor
Focus Workforce Management
PeopleService, Inc.
Convenience Stores
Casey’s General Store (East)
Casey’s General Store (North)
Copier Lease
Pro Serv Business Systems
Cosmetics/Facials
It Works! by Amanda Shouse
Mary Kay Skin Care
Credit Services/Unions
Northwest Regional Credit Union
Cremation Services
Bram-Danfelt Funeral Home
Price Funeral Home
Dance Instruction
Bearcat Boogie Dance Studio
Dentists
Compass Dental
Gentle Dental Care
Harris Dental
Jeffry Gardner DDS LLC
Stan Snyder, D.M.D.
Department/Discount Stores
Walgreens
Walmart
Disability Services and
Resources
MERIL
NoCoMo Industries, Inc.
Distributors
Pepsi Cola
Economic Development
Nodaway County Economic
Development
Small Business & Technology
Development Center
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Electronics
Best Brands Plus Radio Shack Dealer
Northwest Audio Visual, LLC
Employment Services
Rehabilitation Institute
of Kansas City
Garage Doors
Woodruff Arnold Construction
Garbage Collection
American Recycling & Sanitation
Energy Services
United Energy Services
Gas Stations
Casey’s General Store (East)
Casey’s General Store (North)
Consumers Oil
Hy-Vee
Engineering Design
Wachter, Inc.
White Cloud Engineering
Gifts
Creviston & Son Jewelry
The Nesting Place
Engineers
Snyder & Associates
GIS
Midland Surveying &
GIS Solutions
Entertainment
Nodaway County Fair
St. Joseph Mustangs Baseball
Club
Excavating
Nodaway Contracting Co., Inc.
Exterminators
Hart’s Pest Control
Farm Hardware
Orscheln Farm & Home, LLC
Farm Machinery
Northwest Power Sales
Summa Implement
Ziegler Ag Equipment
Farm Repairs / Machining /
Welding
Beemer’s Muffler Center, LLC/
Saye Machine Shop
Financial Services
Edward Jones Investments Jeff Von Behren
Edward Jones Investments JR Kurz
Family Investment Center
FCS Financial
Modern Woodmen Fraternal
Financial
Northwest Regional Credit Union
Fire/Water Restoration
Advanced Restoration Services
J & S Cleaning Services
Flooring
Carpet Plus Bargain Barn
Education
University of Missouri Extension
Florists
Hy-Vee
Electric Companies
KCP&L
United Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Foundations
Northwest Foundation
St. Francis Hospital Foundation
Electrical Supplies/Contractors
Wachter Electric Co.
Funeral Homes /
Pre-Arrangements
Bram-Danfelt Funeral Home
Price Funeral Home
Glass Shops
Maryville Glass and Lock
Golf Courses
Mozingo Lake & Golf Course
Government
City of Maryville
Maryville Housing Authority
Nodaway County Health Dept.
Northwest MO Regional Council
of Governments
Robert Rice, Prosecuting
Attorney of Nodaway County
Graphic Design
Innovative Web Concepts, LLC
Grocery Stores
Hy-Vee
Hardware Stores/Home
Improvement
Carpet Plus Bargain Barn
Sutherlands
Watkins True Value Hardware
Hauling
Nodaway Contracting Co., Inc.
Health and Fitness
Curves
Health Food/Supplies
Herbs N Whey
It Works! by Amanda Shouse
Northwest Nutrition
Health Insurance
Arnold Insurance – Randy Arnold
Monica Patton Insurance, LLC
Healthcare Services
Barefoot Chiropractic
Community Blood Center
Nodaway County Health Dept.
Nodaway Nursing Home
SSM Home Care/Hospice of
NW Missouri
St. Francis Family Health Care
St. Francis Hospital & Health
Services
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
Heating Contractors
Al’s Heating, Cooling &
Refrigeration Inc.
First Choice Heating &
Cooling, Inc.
Geist Heating & Air Conditioning
Home Builders
Middleswart Construction
Home Care
SSM Home Care/Hospice of
NW Missouri
Home Interiors/Decorating
Personal Touch Lighting
The Nesting Place
Home Medical Equipment
Rogers Home Medical
Equipment
Home Improvement
Aura Designs
Bearcat Lumber
Personal Touch Lighting
Woodruff Arnold Construction
Homeowners Insurance
Farmers Mutual of
Nodaway County
American Family Insurance Gary McClain Agency
State Farm Insurance Kevin Neal
Hospitals
St. Francis Hospital & Health
Services
Hotels/Motels
Comfort Inn
Holiday Inn Express
Victorian Rental Getaway
Ice Cream
Dairy Queen
Industry
Federal Mogul Chassis Parts
J.L. Houston Co.
Kawasaki Motors MFG
Corporation
Nucor-LMP, Inc.
Insect Control
Hart’s Pest Control
Insurance
Jackson Insurance
New York Life Insurance Co.
Nodaway County Farm Bureau
Insurance Services
Shelter Insurance - Dave Weigel
Internet Services
CenturyLink
Maryville Public Library
SuddenLink Communications
Interpreter Referral Services
(ASL)
MERIL
Investments
Edward Jones Investments Doug Padgitt
Edward Jones Investments Jeff Von Behren
Edward Jones Investments JR Kurz
Family Investment Center
New York Life Insurance Co.
Nodaway County Farm Bureau
Insurance Services
Janitorial Cleaning
J & S Cleaning Services
Jewelry Retail
Creviston & Son Jewelry
Job Training
Northwest MO Regional Council
of Governments
Lawyers
Anderson, Sundell & Skinner, P.C.
James W. Whan, Attorney
Strong & Strong Law Firm
Lighting Fixtures
Personal Touch Lighting
Livestock Sales
United Producers, Inc.
Loans
A+ Cash Advance
Bank Midwest
Citizens Bank & Trust
FCS Financial
Maryville Quick Cash
Nodaway Valley Bank
Northwest Missouri Regional
Credit Union
US Bank
World Finance
Oil Change
Service Lube
Manufacturers
DELUXE
Federal Mogul Chassis Parts
J.L. Houston Co.
Kawasaki Motors MFG
Corporation
Laclede Chain Manufacturing
NoCoMo Industries, Inc.
Nucor - LMP, Inc.
PeopleService, Inc
Robbins Lightning, Inc.
Optical Goods
Powell Optometry, APC
Optometrists
Powell Optometry, APC
Packing/Shipping
Xpress Solutions
Martial Arts
Duvall’s Academy of Martial Arts
Kitchen & Bathroom Design
Aura Designs
Massage Therapy
Baker Chiropractic & Rehab, LLC
Kitchen Tools
Cynthia Whitney,
Independent Consultant for
The Pampered Chef
Mattresses / Bedding
Best Brands Plus Radio Shack Dealer
Monuments
Clinton L. Allen Monuments
Lawn/Garden
Complete Outdoor Services
Northwest Power Sales
Orscheln Farm & Home LLC
Sears Dealer Store
Mortgages
Bank Midwest
Citizens Bank & Trust
US Bank
Lawnmower Sales
Maryville Outdoor
Licenses, Vehicle & Drivers
Maryville License Bureau Fee
Office
Mufflers/Exhaust Systems
Beemer’s Muffler Center, LLC/
Saye Machine Shop
Nail Spa
T & S Nails Spa & Alterations
Realtors/Property Management
Enterprise Realty & Auction, LLC
Maryville Realty
RE/MAX Priority One
Shirley’s Realty, LTD
United Country Twaddle Realty Inc.
Office Supplies/Equipment
DELUXE
MTE Office Center
Midwest Data Systems
Pro Serv Business Systems
Rapid Refill Ink
Lumber
Bearcat Lumber
Laundromats
Uptown Cleaners
Newspapers
Maryville Daily Forum/
Penny Press
Nodaway News Leader
St. Joseph News-Press
Nursing Homes
Golden Living Center
Nodaway Nursing Home
Parkdale Manor Care Center
Village Care Center
Locksmiths
Maryville Glass and Lock
Medical Equipment
Rogers Home Medical
Equipment
Real Estate Development
Double B Development, LLC
Non-Profit
American Legion Post 100
Community Blood Center
Nodaway County Soil &
Water District
Rehabilitation Institute
of Kansas City
Livestock/Pet Supplies
Consumers Oil
Landscaping
Complete Outdoor Services
Networking
Wachter Electric Co.
Pest Control
Hart’s Pest Control
Pharmacies
Hy-Vee
Walgreens
Walmart
Physicians/Surgeons
St. Francis Family Health Care
St. Francis Hospital &
Health Services
Photography
Bateman Photography, Inc
Walgreens
Printers
Accent Printing
Conception Abbey
Rush Printing
Property Insurance
Shelter Insurance - Dave Weigel
Radio Stations
97.1 the ‘Vill – Pick up Country
KNIM Radio
KMA Radio
CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Insurance Agents
American Family Insurance Gary McClain Agency
Arnold Insurance –
Randy Arnold
Farmers Mutual Insurance of
Nodaway County
Jackson Insurance
Monica Patton Insurance, LLC
New York Life Insurance Co.
Shelter Insurance - Dave Weigel
State Farm Insurance Kerry Meyers
State Farm Insurance Kevin Neal
Recreation
Mozingo Lake & Golf Course
Recycling
American Recycling & Sanitation
NoCoMo Industries, Inc.
Rapid Refill Ink
Refrigeration
Al’s Heating, Cooling &
Refrigeration, Inc.
Rehabilitation
Baker Chiropractic & Rehab, LLC
Golden Living Center
Rentals
Enterprise Realty & Auction, LLC
Fox Alley Apartments
Horizons West Apartments
Shirley’s Realty, LTD
United Country Twaddle Realty Inc.
Rental Equipment
Watkins True Value Hardware
Replacement Windows
Maryville Glass and Lock
Restaurants
A&G Restaurant Bar & Grill
Dairy Queen
Domino’s Pizza
KFC
LaBonita Mexican Restaurant
McDonald’s
My Favorite Muffin
Pizza Hut
Subway
Taco Bell
Taco John’s
Sale Barns
United Producers, Inc.
Schools
Conception Abbey
Maryville R-II School District
St. Gregory’s Catholic Church
& School
Screen Printing/Embroidery
Student Body
Senior Citizens
Nodaway County Senior Center
Senior Un Assisted Apartments
Villas at the Summit
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
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CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Service Organizations
American Legion Post 100
Nodaway County Economic
Development
Nodaway County Fair
Shoe Stores/Repair
Brown’s Shoe Fit Co.
Cobbler Cottage
Jock’s Nitch
Signs
Accent Printing
Clinton L. Allen Monuments
St. Joe Sign, LLC
Small Engine Repair
Maryville Outdoor
Social Service Organizations
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Nodaway County
Community Services, Inc
Maryville Housing Authority
MERIL
Nodaway County Health Dept.
Sports Apparel
Jock’s Nitch
Student Body
Tire Dealers
Wilmes Tire & Service
Titles
Nodaway County Abstract &
Title Co.
Tools
Maryville Tools
Sears Dealer Store
Towing
Walker Body Shop Inc.
Tractors
Summa Implement
Ziegler Ag Equipment
Truck Chrome
Graybill Tire & Repair, Inc.
Truck Repair
Graybill Tire & Repair, Inc.
Truck Tires
Graybill Tire & Repair, Inc.
Stock/Bond Brokers
Edward Jones Investments Doug Padgitt
Edward Jones Investments Jeff Von Behren
Edward Jones Investments JR Kurz
Family Investment Center
Universities
Northwest Missouri State
University
Tanning
JASS Salon
Tax Return Preparation
H&R Block
Harden, Cummins, Moss, &
Miller, LLC. CPAs - Judy Martin
Marsh, Espey, & Riggs
Schieber & Co.
World Finance
Telecommunication
CenturyLink
Visit Maryville’s
official web portal:
maryvillemo.org
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Temporary Labor
Focus Workforce Management
Steel Processing
Nucor - LMP, Inc.
Surveyors
Midland Surveying &
GIS Solutions
Snyder & Associates
Chamber
Members
Northwest Cell
SuddenLink Communications
US Cellular
Utilities
Empire District Gas Co.
KCP&L
PeopleService, Inc
United Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Vending
Northwest Catering
Vinyl Upholstering
Vinyl Doctor
Watch Repair
Creviston & Son Jewelry
Web Design
Innovative Web Concepts, LLC
Weight Loss
Curves
Welded Chains
Laclede Chain Manufacturing
In Alphabetical Order
1 Better, LLC
124 Osseo Ave. No.
St. Cloud, MN 56303
(320) 230- 9140
www.1better.net
97.1 the ‘Vill - KNIM Radio
Jim and Joyce Cronin
1618 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2151
www.nodawaybroadcasting.com
A&G Restaurant Bar & Grill
George Groumoutis
208 N. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4421
www.agrestaurant.com
A+ Cash Advance
Jennifer Roark
954 S. Main, Suite C
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3166
www.apluscashadvance.com
Accent Printing
Rod Couts
114 E. Third
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4919
www.accentprints.com
Advanced Chiropractic
Dr. Rodney Smith &
Dr. Susan Roecker
1206 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5959
Advanced Restoration
Services
Rob Villars
507 Central Ave.
Bedford, IA 50833
(712) 523-2057
www.arsiowa.com
Alice Hersh
410 W. Lincoln
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4107
Al’s Heating, Cooling
& Refrigeration, Inc.
Allen Wenzel
116 W. Third
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2234
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
American Family Insurance Gary McClain Agency
102 N. Buchanan
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4866
www.garymcclainagency.com
American Legion Post 100
Allen Chestnut
1104 E. 5th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2454
American Recycling
& Sanitation
Brian Kelly
21166 US Hwy. 36
Tarkio, MO 64491
(660) 582-4802
www.arsinconline.com
Anderson, Sundell
& Skinner, P.C.
Bob Sundell
115 E. Fourth
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-6633
Arnold Insurance
Randy Arnold
115 E. Fourth, Suites 2 & 4
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2085
Aura Designs
Michelle Wickersham
1315 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2872
Baker Chiropractic
& Rehab, LLC
Matthew & Jackie Baker
1010 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4357
www.BakerChiroRehab.com
Bank Midwest
Carole Couts
402 N. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2131
www.bankmw.com
Barefoot Chiropractic
Samantha White
House Calls
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 853-1385
Bearcat Boogie Dance Studio
Dana Schmidt
515 N. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-9311
www.bearcatboogie.com
Bearcat Lumber
John Nelson
1929 E. 1st Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-0300
Beemer’s Muffler Center,
LLC / Saye Machine Shop
James Beemer
1305 E. First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2800
Benedictine Sisters of
Perpetual Adoration
Prioress General
31970 State Hwy P
Clyde, MO 64432
(660) 944-2221
www.benedictinesisters.org
Best Brands Plus Radio Shack Dealer
Cliff McNair
2605 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2815
www.bestbrandsplusradioshack.
com
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Nodaway County
Lynette Harbin
114 E. South Hills Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-7981
www.bbbsnodaway.org
Bob & Jan Colville
28437 210 Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 927-3684
Boyles Motors
David Boyles
204 N. Market
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2116
www.boylesmotors.com
Bram-Danfelt Funeral Home
Jeff Bram
206 E. South Hills Dr.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3005
www.bramfuneralhome.com
Bristol Manor
Senior Adult Care
Linda Austin
323 East Summit Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4131
www.bristol-manor.com
Clinton L. Allen Monuments
Mark Allen
980 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4791
www.clintonlallen.com
Cobbler Cottage
Kyle Mayes
110 East Third
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2033
www.cobblercottage.com
Brown’s Shoe Fit Co.
Mark Morse
1406 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4641
www.brownsshoefitco.com
Comfort Inn
Sherry Robertson
2817 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2002
www.wisemotels.com
Burnys Sports Bar
Chris & Lori Burns
301 North Market Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-9901
Community Blood Center
Betty Tinker
3122 Frederick
St. Joseph, MO 64506
(816) 351-9308
www.savealifenow.org
Carpet Plus Bargain Barn
Jeff Allen
24707 North Bus. 71 Hwy.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7408
Casey’s General Store (East)
Stacie Clevenger
1123 East First
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3268
Casey’s General Store (North)
John Beeman
1523 N. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2120
CenturyLink
Greg Baker
625 Cherry Street
Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 886-3600
www.centurylink.com
Championship Motors
Bill McCully
1528 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8800
www.championshipmotorsllc.com
Citizens Bank & Trust
Jim Blackford & Donna Zion
105 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7454
www.ebankcbt.com
City Directory, Inc.
Melissa Quesenberry
524 River Avenue
Belmond, IA 50421
(641) 444-4468
www.citydirectoryinc.com
City of Maryville
Greg McDanel
415 North Market
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-8001
www.maryville.org
Community of Christ
Jerry Rowlett
415 West First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 935-2372
Community Services, Inc.
Bonnie Patterson
1212B South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3113
www.communityservicesinc.org
Compass Dental
Brian Vierthaler, D.D.S. &
Bruce Twaddle, D.D.S.
231 East Summit Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2273
www.compassdentalgroup.com
Complete Outdoor Services
Larry Wickersham
1315 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3621
Conception Abbey
Fr. Adam Ryan
37174 State Hwy VV
Conception, MO 64433
(660) 944-2827
www.conceptionabbey.org
Consumers Oil
Harold Spire
1st and Depot
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2106
Countryside Chiropractic
Dr. Olav Lipiec
26044 Lakeview Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4134
Countryside Christian Church
Vic Coston
24899 Icon Rd.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8872
www.countryside-maryville.org
Creviston & Son Jewelry
Tim Creviston
1002 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5571
www.crevistons.com
CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Bateman Photography, Inc.
Bill Bateman
2316 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7222
Curves
Karis Morrow
1210 B South Main St.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-8550
www.facebook.com/
pages/Curves-MaryvilleMO/119638861437076
Cynthia Whitney,
Independent Consultant for
The Pampered Chef
20879 Danube Rd.
Burlington Jct., MO 64428
(660) 541-2191
www.pamperedchef.biz/cindywhitney
Dairy Queen
Mike Dewey
624 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5622
Delbert’s Garage, LLC
Delbert Worthington
714 North Depot
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-0025
DELUXE
Charla Wiederholt
200 East South Ave
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2488
www.deluxe.com
Domino’s Pizza
Marvin Tresler
1006 S. Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2800
www.dominos.com
Double B Development, LLC
Bill and Bonnie Ingels
604 Peaceful Way
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 373-0367
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
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CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Duvall’s Academy
of Martial Arts
David L Duvall
404 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5611
First Choice Heating
& Cooling, Inc.
Dan Carter and Allen Davison
1520 East Cooper
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2299
Edward Jones Investments
Doug and Janette Padgitt
106 East Third
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2400
First Christian Church
Dale Stewart
201 West Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4101
www.fccmaryville.embarqspace.
com
Edward Jones Investments
Jeff Von Behren
109 West 4th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2664
www.edwardjones.com
Edward Jones Investments
JR Kurz
119 East Fourth
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7196
Empire District Gas Co.
Doug Kline
601 Wilson Industrial Road
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-6331
www.empiredistrict.com
Enterprise Realty &
Auction, LLC
Randy James
121 East Fourth
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7160
www.entrealty.com
Family Investment Center
Dan Danford
3805 Beck Road
St. Joseph, MO 64506
(816) 233-4100
www.familyinvestmentcenter.com
Farmers Mutual Insurance
Company of Nodaway County
Pam Spire
311 East Summit Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4511
www.fmnodaway.com
FCS Financial
Chad McCollough
309 East Summit Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-6464
www.myfcsfinancial.com
Federal Mogul Chassis Parts
Dennis Wappelhorst
2002 East First
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2733
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First United Methodist Church
Scott Moon
102 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4821
www.faithatthecrossroads.org
Focus Workforce Management
Joe Prochnow
104 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-4600
www.workatfocus.com
Fox Alley Apartments
Ralph and Nancy O’Riley
1236 Fox Road #1
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-4800
Fred Von Behren
617 Pierce Avenue
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4362
Geist Heating &
Air Conditioning, Inc.
Robert Geist II
507 North Buchanan
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5631
www.geistheatingandac.com
Gentle Dental Care
Dr. Phillip Poynter
507 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8516
Golden Living Center
Kim Bram
524 North Laura
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7447
www.goldenliving.com
Graybill Tire & Repair, Inc.
Vic Graybill
1301 225th St.
Rock Port, MO 64482
(660) 744-2404
www.graybillchrome.com
Greater Maryville
Chamber of Commerce
Melanie Robinson-Smith
423 North Market
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8643
www.maryvillechamber.com
H&R Block
Bob Halter
1314 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7221
Harden, Cummins, Moss,
& Miller, LLC CPAs
Judy Martin
105 North Main, Suite 201
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2141
www.hcmmcpa.com
Innovative Web Concepts, LLC
Beth Hawkins
909 West Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 541-1777
www.innovateyourweb.com
J & S Cleaning Services
Jeff Sybert
316 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2107
www.jsclean4u.com
J.L. Houston Co.
Ron Houston
208 East Craig
Hopkins, MO 64461
(660) 778-3393
www.jlhoustonco.com/
Harris Dental
Markham & Christy Harris
2408 South Main, Suite B
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8282
Jackson Insurance Agency
Craig McNeese
204 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3111
www.jacksonins.com
Hart’s Pest Control
Ed Leader
27288 Northridge Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8641
James W. Whan,
Attorney at Law, LLC
104 North Buchanan Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7200
Herbs N Whey
Dave and Jeanette Barcus
1202 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-6671
www.herbsnwheystore.com
JASS Salon
Jenny Mullen
108 East Torrance Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3330
Holiday Inn Express
David Weichinger
2929 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-9949
www.hiexpress.com
Hope Lutheran Church
Rev. David Oddi
931 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3262
www.maryvillehope.org
Horizons West Apartments
Bryan Belcher
1121 North College Drive #44
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5211
Hy-Vee
Chris Wiltfong
1217 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2191
www.hy-vee.com
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
Jeffry Gardner DDS, LLC
109 South Buchanan Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4655
Jock’s Nitch Sporting Goods
Bryce Buholt
108 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2455
www.jocksnitch.com
Kawasaki Motors MFG
Corporation
Steve Bratt
28147 Business Highway 71
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5829
KCP&L
Dan Hegeman
1824 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(888) 471-5275
www.kcpl.com
KFC
Peggy Rasmussen
1622 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8522
Maryville Quick Cash
Sandra Farnan
102 East Torrance
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2274
Midwest Data Systems
Matt Porter
612 S. Woodbine Road
St. Joseph, MO 64507
(816) 646-8551
LaBonita Mexican Restaurant
Jorge Salazar
2717 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2229
Maryville Realty
Betty Keever
710 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2661
www.maryvillerealty.net
Laclede Chain
Chuck Wray
2500 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2160
www.lacledechain.com
Maryville R-II School District
Larry Linthacum
1429 South Munn Ave.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3255
www.maryville.k12.mo.us/
Modern Woodmen Fraternal
Financial
Irina Younger
27959 275th St.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 215-0379
www.modern-woodmen.org
Marsh, Espey, & Riggs
Jerry Riggs
101 West Edwards Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3181
Maryville Tools
James Hassenkamp
2126 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8665
www.maryvilletools.com
Mozingo Lake & Golf Course
Grant Evans
25055 Liberty Rd
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3864
www.mozingolf.com
Maurices
Shelly Stiens
1816 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4648
MTE Office Center
Roger Baker
216 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7128
www.mteoffice.com
Mary Kay Skin Care Carol Jean Osborn
1222 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8967
Maryville Daily Forum
/ Penny Press
111 East Jenkins Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2424
www.maryvilledailyforum.com
McDonalds
Jim Wagy
1106 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8222
Maryville Glass and Lock
Greg Fisher
114 West Fifth Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3131
www.maryvilleglassandlock.com
MERIL
Deb Powers
2613 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(800) MER-IL4U
www.meril.org
Maryville Housing Authority
Corey McVinua
320 West Davison Square
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3601
MFA Agri-Service
Kieran Wilmes
221 North Depot Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2102
www.maryvillemfa.com
Maryville License Bureau
Tammy Reeves
423 North Market Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5391
Maryville Outdoor
John Mundorf
1512 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-7656
www.maryvilleoutdoor.com
Maryville Public Library
Stephanie Patterson
509 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5281
http://maryvillepubliclibrary.lib.
mo.us
Middleswart Construction
Tom Middleswart
616 West Lincoln Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8687
Midland Surveying &
GIS Solutions
Troy Hayes
501 North Market Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8633
www.midlandsurvey.com
Milne-Dinsdale Seed, LLC
Erin Dinsdale
25778 Hawk Road
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-9977
Monica Patton Insurance, LLC
Monica Patton
1925 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3711
My Favorite Muffin
Jon Chapman
1107 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7111
www.MyFavoriteMuffin.com/
MaryvilleMO
New York Life Insurance Co.
David Colflesh
115 E. 4th St., Suite #9
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2694
www.dcolflesh.com
NoCoMo Industries, Inc.
Nicki Samson
319 South Newton Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2928
Nodaway Contracting Co., Inc.
Diana Scott
22980 US Hwy. 71
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7175
Nodaway County Abstract
& Title Co.
Lana Mattson
501 North Market Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2332
www.nodabstract.com
Nodaway County Economic
Development
Lisa Macali
423 North Market
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4490
www.nodaway.biz
CHAMBER DIRECTORY
KMA Radio
Sandy Hansen
209 North Elm
Shenandoah, IA 51601
(800) 234-5622
www.kmaland.com
Nodaway County Fair
Vincent Shelby
PO Box 605
Maryville, MO 64468
www.nodcofair.org
Nodaway County Farm
Bureau Insurance Services
Sandra Smith
1312 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8129
Nodaway County Health
Department
Della Rhoades
2332 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2755
www.nodawaypublichealth.org
Nodaway County Senior Center
Amie Firavich
1210 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3999
Nodaway County Soil
and Water District
Marla Sheley
502 West South Hills Drive,
Suite 101
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7125
Nodaway News Leader
Kay Wilson
116 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-4747
www.NodawayNews.com
Nodaway Nursing Home
Angela Gast
22371 State Hwy. 46
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2876
www.tiffanycare.com/tcc/nodaway.html
Nodaway Valley Bank
Brian Schieber
304 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3232
www.nvb.com
Northwest Audio Visual, LLC
Brett McLain
23177 240th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 853-2319
www.nw-av.com
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
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CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Northwest Catering
Tina Lankas
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-1252
Northwest Cell
Flag Flaherty
1218 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3334
www.nwmcell.com
Northwest Foundation, Inc.
Mike Johnson
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-1248
Northwest Missouri Regional
Council of Governments
114 West Third
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5121
www.nwmorcog.org
Personal Touch Lighting
Becky Coenen
702 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3304
www.personaltouchlighting.com
Robbins Lightning, Inc.
Linda Baker
124 East Second Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3156
www.robbinslightning.com
Shirley’s Realty, LTD
Curt & Julie Tobin
603 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2562
www.shirleysrealty.com
Pitzenberger Body Shop
Linda Pitzenberger
2711 South Mulberry
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4599
Robert (Bob) L. Rice,
Prosecuting Attorney
of Nodaway County
305 N. Main Street
Suite 200
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8285
www.nodawaycountymo.com
Small Business & Technology
Development Center
Larry Lee
1402 North College Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-1701
www.nwmissouri.edu/services/
sbtdc/
Rogers Home Medical
Equipment
Sheryl Smith
115 East 4th Street, Suite #1
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2300
Snyder & Associates
Andy Macias
212 North Buchanan Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8888
www.snyder-associates.com
Roland & Joan Tullberg
703 Highland
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2185
SSM Home Care / Hospice
of NW Missouri
Jodi Loucks
1912 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-7904
www.ssmhomecare.com
Northwest Missouri State
University
Dr. John Jasinski
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-1110
www.nwmissouri.edu
Powell Optometry, APC
Dr. Jeffrey H. Powell
2320 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4022
Nucor - LMP, Inc.
Kevin VandeVen
2000 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3127
www.nucor-lmp.com
Orscheln Farm & Home LLC
Terry Eighmy
2405 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2232
www.orschelnfarmhome.com
Parkdale Manor Care Center
Wally Gray
814 West South Ave.
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8161
Service Lube
Joe Partridge
1321 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3278
Richard Flanagan
315 West Third Street, Apt. B
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5588
Pizza Hut
Linda Parker
732 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2468
www.pizzahut.com
Northwest Power Sales
Tom Townsend and
Don Townsend
26848 Haultain Drive
Maryville, MO 64486
(660) 582-5080
Rehabilitation Institute
of Kansas City
Rita Wallinga
210 N. 7th Street
St. Joseph, MO 64501
(816) 806-8587
www.rehabkc.org
Shelter Insurance
Dave Weigel
918 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2911
www.shelterinsurance.com
Pepsi Cola
Jason Fuller
227 Cherokee
St. Joseph, MO 64501
(816) 238-2467
Northwest Missouri Regional
Credit Union
Coby Lamb
26155 Stolls Country Lane
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5747
Northwest Nutrition
Melanie Henggeler
938 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2224
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PeopleService, Inc.
Steve Guthrie
3613 East 1st Street
Maryville, MO 64468
712-242-5217
www.peopleservice.com
Price Funeral Home
Richard Dowden
120 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3176
www.pricefuneralhomemaryville.
com
Pro Serv Business Systems
Craig Sinclair
4402 B South 40th
St. Joseph, MO 64503
(816) 233-6701
www.goproserv.com
Rapid Refill Ink
Matt Gaarder
418 N. Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-4657
www.rapidrefill386.com
RE/MAX Priority One
Tina Sherry
213 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8255
www.sellingnwmissouri.com
Rolling Hills Outlet Center
Chad Gastler
2507 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7253
Ron and Janet Moss
1156 South Sunset
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3004
Rush Printing
Bill Treese
1406 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5861
www.rushprinting.net
Schieber & Co.
Richard Schieber
120 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-7171
Sears Dealer Store
Ryan Gessert and
Amy Gessert
1315 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2932
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
St. Francis Family Health Care
2016 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2525
www.stfrancismaryville.com
St. Francis Hospital &
Health Services
Gray Cox
2016 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2600
www.stfrancismaryville.com
St. Francis Hospital Foundation
Rita Miller
2016 S. Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-7933
www.stfrancismaryville.com
St. Gregory’s Catholic Church
& School
Fr. Martin Demeulenaere, OSB
333 South Davis Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3833
www.stgregorysmaryville.org
Summa Implement
Craig Summa
26950 238th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3101
www.summaimplement.com
St. Joseph Mustangs
Baseball Club
Rick Muntean
Phil Welch Stadium
2600 SW Parkway
St. Joseph, MO 64503
(816) 279-7856
www.stjoemustangs.com
Sutherlands
Brian Thorp
1718 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-0031
St. Joseph News-Press
Rita Criss
825 Edmond Street
St. Joseph, MO 64501
(816) 271-8526
http://www.newspressnow.com/
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
901 North Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5832
http://www.saintpaulsmaryville.
org
Stan Snyder, D.M.D.
2825 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8601
State Farm Insurance
Kerry Meyers
121 West Lincoln Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3882
www.kerrymeyers.com
State Farm Insurance
Kevin Neal
305 Larry Lane
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3512
www.kevinnealinsurance.com
Strong & Strong, PC
John W. Baker, Jr.
124 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3133
Student Body
James Goecken
221 W. 4th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8889
Subway
Shane Libel
524 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5544
Suddenlink Communications
Lee Ann Smiley
1122 South Main, Suite B
Maryville, MO 64468
(866) 401-3769
www.suddenlink.com
T & S Nails Spa & Alterations
Tram Thao Nguyen
521 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2263
Taco Bell
Janice Harris
1117 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3900
www.tacobell.com
Taco John’s
David Williams
1015 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8056
www.tacojohns.com
The Nesting Place
Teresa Hayes
1911 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-0791
The Post
Phil Cobb
PO Box 406
1316 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-POST
www.thepostads.com
United Producers, Inc.
John Anderson
22783 Highway 71
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2026
United Services
Darren Farnan
30208 Highway 136
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-6454
www.ueci.coop
University of Missouri
Extension
Randa Doty
403 North Market Street,
Room 308
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-8101
www.extension.missouri.edu/
nodaway
Uptown Cleaners
Teresa Wilmes
514 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-9992
US Bank
Melissa Shelton
1621 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2000
www.usbank.com
US Cellular
1308 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-2268
www.uscellular.com
Vilas Young
919 W. Cooper
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3767
Tri-State Ford Lincoln
Todd Hill
2017 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3677
www.tristateford.com
Village Care Center
Jerry Doerhoff
810 East Edwards Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3515
www.villagecaremaryvillemo.com
United Country/
Twaddle Realty
Bryan Twaddle
916 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-7562
www.maryvillemorealestate.net
Villas at the Summit
2514 Aurora Avenue
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3125
United Electric Cooperative
Gene Dorrel
30208 Highway 136
Maryville, MO 64468
(800) 748-1488
www.ueci.coop
Vinyl Doctor
Keith Langerock
PO Box 694
Maryville, MO 64468
(816) 244-0240
www.vinyldoctor.com
Wachter, Inc.
Jim Giefer
2511 Pear Street
St. Joseph, MO 64503
(816) 279-3532
www.wachter.com
Walgreens
Nick Beemer
1114 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2157
www.walgreens.com
Walker Body Shop, Inc.
Bill Walker
420 North Market Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3104
Walmart
Lonnie Scheffe
1605 South Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2994
www.walmart.com
CHAMBER DIRECTORY
St. Joe Sign LLC
Tony Pecora
4611 S. 169 Hwy.
St. Joseph, MO 64507
(816) 273-0065
www.stjoesign.com
Watkins True Value Hardware
Mark Watkins
1409 South Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3562
White Cloud Engineering
Brock Pfost
26101 Hallmark Road
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-4111
Wilmes Construction
Co., LLC
Kenneth Wilmes
27531 250th Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-5298
Wilmes Tire & Service
Tom Wilmes
1307 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3442
Woodruff Arnold
Construction
Kenny Barcus
1315 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-2633
World Finance
Toni O’Connor
320 North Main Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 582-3243
Xpress Solutions
Eric Couts
112 East Third Street
Maryville, MO 64468
(660) 562-3229
www.moxpresssolutions.com
Ziegler Ag Equipment
Paul Heflin
22761 US Highway 71
Maryville, MO 64468
(800) 589-2426
www.zieglerag.com
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
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CHAMBER DIRECTORY
Thank You!
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce would
like to express our gratitude to everyone who made the
Viewbook a resounding success.
We are looking forward to another outstanding year of Chamber events. Please use this
calendar as a guide and plan to participate in as many Chamber functions as you can
throughout the following year.
All our best to you as we continue striving to maintain Maryville as a great place to do
business!
JANUARY
Annual Banquet
MCCA Annual Meeting
FEBRUARY
Great Northwest Day at the
Capitol
MARCH
NW MO Home & Better Living
Show
APRIL
“Show-Me Green Sales Tax
Holiday” Promotion
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MAY
City-Wide Garage Sale
Legislative Coffee
JUNE
Chamber Country Classic
Marathon
Downtown Sounds
JULY
Nodaway County Fair
Ambassadors Parade
Downtown Sounds
Sizzling Summer Sidewalk
Sales
Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce
AUGUST
Downtown Sounds
“Back to School Sales Tax
Holiday” Promotion
SEPTEMBER
Leadership Maryville
NOVEMBER
Farm-City Banquet
DECEMBER
Legislative Coffee
“White Christmas Sweepstakes”
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