Local Businesses We Support

Being a Veteran family owned and operated local business ourselves we help support other local owned and operated businesses.  

Here are some of the locally owned and operated businesses we support and recommend to everyone.

Christina’s Bows

Christina’s Bows is located in St Rose, Illinois and visits many school events and community fundraisers.  Christina has always been a crafter and enjoyed scrapbooking for many years.  Christina’s Bows specializes in custom designed hair bows, cheer bows and many other handmade items.

Holistic Beginnings, LLC

Holistic Beginnings, LLC is located in O’Fallon, IL.  Ms. Winkeler is an RN, IBCLC and provides holistic lactation consultation, breastfeeding class, postpartum class, infant massage class, and weekly Free Breastfeeding support group.

Climb for PTSD

Climb for PTSD was founded to help the many veterans that are still waiting months to get mental health appointments at the closest VA hospitals, sometime 50-100 miles away.  Veterans are not the only ones who suffer from PTSD and we help first anyone who has been diagnosed with PTSD or who thinks they might be suffering fro post traumatic stress and need a comprehensive evaluation.

 Got Your Six Support Dogs

Got Your Six Support Dogs supports veterans and first-responders who have risked their lives to serve our country. To help those who struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as sexual trauma, Got Your Six Support Dog’s goal is to place trained PTSD service dogs with veterans and first-responders at no cost to help them heal from the psychological stress of war and duty through the compassion and healing power of their loyal 4-legged companions.

Vipers Fastpitch Softball

The Vipers Fastpitch softball teams travels throughout Southern Illinois, Eastern Missouri and Western Indiana participating in scrimmage games, double headers, round robins, tournaments and/or leagues depending upon age group. Focus throughout the program revolves around balancing a healthy level of competitiveness while advancing the game of fastpitch softball. Season typically kicks off around mid April for the 8u-12u programs and around June 1st for the 14u-High School programs. Once season starts players can expect to have busy summers playing between 25-55 games depending on age group. Travel distances range between 0-45 miles on average and sometimes extending outside that range for tournaments. The 2018 season will offer a “Vipers Elite” team in all age groups that include more games in the off season, intense softball training and a more competitive tournament schedule extending across state borders.

St Rose Development Club

To provide a quality of life in the community of St. Rose that allows one, adults and children alike, to grow through social interaction, the spirit of athletic competition, and childhood development.