CBP: Bikefest

CBP: Bikefest

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Sizzling Suits

Sizzling Suits

IT’S TIME TO GET OUT IN THE SUMMER SUN and enjoy what the Lake has to offer! Whether boating, food served Lakeside, fine dining, shopping or an awesome outdoor concert, the Lake offers the best spots to enjoy your summer to the fullest. Be sure you’re dressed for the...

Cover Story: Danan Hughes

Cover Story: Danan Hughes

How blessed I am to have entertained people on Sundays and Mondays wearing the Chiefs jersey,”...

Laser Robotics

Laser Robotics

First Laser Robotics Team and Community on a Roll with Go Baby Go...

The Ambassadors

The Ambassadors

When a football player reaches the pinnacle of his career — becoming...

Cover Story: Deron Cherry

Cover Story: Deron Cherry

It is the early 1960s. Palmyra, New Jersey, was like most suburbs. Children were running
from house to house and playing in the street. Deron Cherry, former free safety for the
Kansas City Chiefs, experienced many opportunities there during his youth.

Dustin and Britton Colquitt- Toes to Heaven

Dustin and Britton Colquitt- Toes to Heaven

Dustin and Britton Colquitt glance at their phones to find those words before each game; a message fueled by faith and sent by their mother. The saying serves as a constant reminder of who they’re playing for. It’s not the crowd of thousands of people, but a one-man audience, watching their one-man show.

Golf – The Dreaded “Pair UP”

Golf – The Dreaded “Pair UP”

If the reader is a devoted fan of L•O PROFILE, then you will have noticed that each issue has a loosely held theme running through it. My editor advises me of that theme well in advance of my article’s due date, and woe to the writer who is not on theme and on time.

Splish, Splash, The Ball was Taking a Bath! — Golf at the Lake of the Ozarks

Splish, Splash, The Ball was Taking a Bath! — Golf at the Lake of the Ozarks

There probably is no more emotional roller coaster ride on a golf course than looking at a beautiful emerald green surrounded by a vast expanse of water. There are two ways of approaching the scene. The first is the ego-strutting confident player who is picturing nothing less than a hole in one. This player has a good chance of landing dry as long as he doesn’t lift his head to watch the shot.

Lake Race 2015

Lake Race 2015

This year’s Lake Race was one full of excitement and enthusiasm from teams and fans alike! All of the teams involved showcased excellent talent and skill, making this year’s race full of stiff competition. Now that the action has passes, we have compiled a list of winners from the event for your convenience! Enjoy.

4th Down and Five To Go — Dustin Colquitt

4th Down and Five To Go — Dustin Colquitt

Dustin Colquitt may be the highest paid punter in the NFL, but he is firmly grounded by his faith and his family. “There is one big, nonnegotiable rule in this house,” Dustin says. “Walk with Jesus, and learn to play golf and ping-pong.”

The first part of the rule is obvious. And Dustin says golf and ping-pong are big in the Colquitt clan, and both can be played for a lifetime.

Dustin, who was born into a dynasty of punters, never really gave punting or football a thought. Instead, he played soccer and basketball. His father, Craig, who played for the Pittsburg Steelers from 1978 to 1984, has two Super Bowl rings. His brother Britton punts for the Denver Broncos. And his cousin, Jimmy Colquitt, holds the career punting title at the University of Tennessee, which the whole family attended.

Golf: A Game for the Ages — or the Aged

Golf: A Game for the Ages — or the Aged

When a person is young they generally think they are immortal. They believe that youth and physical fitness will last forever. The unadulterated fact, however, is that youth is a fleeting thing and the middle years overtake you before you know it. Then suddenly you cross the big five-O and are eligible to join AARP. Then you start thinking about how underfunded your 401K is and those aches and pains start creeping into your joints after playing volleyball or catch with your kids. Whether you played baseball, hockey, soccer, football or field hockey, those days are suddenly gone.

Staying on Top of Technology

Staying on Top of Technology

The new year is bringing new technologies, and it’s to your business and personal advantage to keep up with the changes. New technology is accelerating in dual directions. One is toward smaller, more powerful and less-expensive products. The other is toward larger products with more high-tech features, advantages and benefits, sometimes at premium prices.