Kiel Progress briefs 2014

Jewelry store in Kiel since 1905

Bob Schoenborn’s Jewelry has been a family-owned jewelry store in Kiel since 1905.

“With a wide selection of loose diamonds and over 300 styles of engagement and wedding rings, and with new styles arriving daily, you’re sure to find the right diamond and ring to fit your budget,” Bob said.

Located at 307 Fremont St., Bob Schoenborn’s Jewelry also has a wide selection of other jewelry items including clocks, watches and gift items. Sue, Missy and Kristin are always willing to help customers find what they want.

Jewelry, watches and clocks are all repaired in the store.

People are invited to visit the store, view it online at bob. schoenbornsjewelry.com, or like the store on Facebook. People also may call the store at 894-2772.

Finding pathway to relaxation

Jeanne Stoelting of Massage Pathways LLC works with Sherry Winkel at Therapeutic Touch.

Stoelting has been working since 2008 after finishing school at Fox Valley School of Massage. She is a licensed massage therapist and was nationally certified in 2008. She also is employed at JomaMaJi Salon and Spa in Sheboygan.

Her first career is in the dental field and she is presently working as a hygienist in Two Rivers, keeping a balance between both careers. The dental field led her into massage because of issues with posture.

“There are so many paths you can take to maintaining health and staying healthy,” Stoelting said. “Massage can be generalized or very focused on specific issues of concern. The majority of people seeking massage do so due to injuries and musculoskeletal issues from all of life’s experiences, just keeping active with daily living. Neck, shoulders and low back issues seem to be the greater needs when seeking massage. Others use massage for relaxation, stress relief, circulation, aiding in all the systems of the body. Massage can reduce pain, release muscle tension, increase joint mobility, boost the immune system and so much more.”

In addition to relaxation massage, Stoelting provides hot stone treatments, hand and foot reflexology and myofascial release.

She is available Friday mornings and some Saturdays.

For more information call 894-7537 or (920) 286-0141; or call Sherry at Therapeutic Touch, 894-7976.

Meyer Plumbing now in 10th year

Meyer Plumbing owners and employees said they are proud to be celebrating 10 years in business this year.

The team of Brian Meyer, Sean Lorbecki, Tyler Berenz, Tom Dokey, Ryan Paschke and Traci Walsdorf (administrative assistant) do residential and commercial plumbing work including septic systems. Meyer Plumbing also installs and services water heaters, water softeners, sump pumps, and sewage pumps. It does drain cleaning and has a drain camera for sewer inspections. The business also does light excavating, water softener rental and much more.

Meyer Plumbing works on new home construction, and can either serve as a subcontractor or owner-directed contractor. Remodeling is another huge part of their services, ranging from kitchen to bath projects and all over homes and businesses. Meyer Plumbing also does service work and general repairs.

Meyer Plumbing also has the capability of testing for troublesome mineral content in private water systems and cleaning up a host of those issues, including hardness and the presence of iron or sulfur.

The business is located at 159 Ruh Ct. in Persnickety Business Park on Kiel’s northeast side. Meyer Plumbing offers a showroom for customers to make their selections of plumbing fixtures. The business is available for 24-hour service at 894-8444. More information also can be learned by visiting the Web site, www.meyerplumbing.com.

Crossroads offers items to inspire

CrossRoads, a Christian gift shop, is located in Plymouth’s St. Vincent de Paul store.

Founded in 2008, it has been providing inspired Christian living merchandise to the community and surrounding churches.

The jeweler is Bob Siemons Designs from California. All pieces are made in the U. S., 100 percent lead free, and guaranteed. Whether looking for a crucifix, a purity ring or any other number of items, CrossRoads has a large selection of jewelry from which to choose.

In the area of home decorating, Cross-Roads carries not only crosses of every size and color, but also artwork, creative signs and picture frames. Special orders are welcome, and employees will help locate hard-to-find items.

To complete the purchase, CrossRoads offers gift bags, boxes, and religious greeting cards. Whether looking for sacramental gifts or everyday inspiration, stop by CrossRoads at 2225 Eastern Ave., Plymouth. The store is open Mondays through Fridays from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m., and Saturdays from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Call (920) 892-4913, extension 107 for more information.

Mueller’s still

cutting Kiel’s hair

Mueller’s Barbershop is a full-service family shop offering men’s, women’s and children’s haircuts and styles, perms, colors and special occasion updo’s and styles.

Wilmer Mueller founded the shop in 1962 and continues to cut hair. Daughter Dyanna Muldoon joined him in 2004.

Walk-ins are welcome but appointments are appreciated by calling 894-3939. Mueller’s Barbershop is located at 325 Fremont St. (STH 32/57) in Kiel.

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