Capital Advisory Group, Inc. May 2018

119 Old State Rd Ellisville, MO 63021


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Honoring Those Who Served

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Don’t Take This Crucial Business Relationship for Granted

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How LoweredWithholdings May Affect You

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The Radical Transparency of Ray Dalio’s ‘Principles’

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Grilled Steak With Asparagus

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St. Louis Local Events

Where to Go and What to Do in May ST. LOUIS LOCAL EVENTS


Looking for spring activities? Look no further — we have a few ideas for you, and you don’t have to go far. St. Louis has many fun, local events for the whole family. SUNKENCITIES: EGYPT’S LOSTWORLDS When:March 25-September 9, 2018 Where: St. Louis ArtMuseum The St. Louis Art Museum will be the first North American art museum to tell the epic story of one of the greatest finds in the history of underwater archaeology — a story that revealed two lost cities of ancient Egypt submerged under the Mediterranean Sea for over a thousand years. DESTINATIONMOONAPOLLO11MISSION Destination Moon features more than 20 one-of-a-kind mission artifacts, including the Apollo 11 command module Columbia, Buzz Aldrin’s extravehicular visor, gloves, lunar sample container, and more. ST. LOUIS COUNTYGREEK FEST When:May 25–28; Fri., Sat., and Sun. from11 a.m. to 9 p.m.;Mon. from11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Where: AssumptionGreekOrthodox Church in Town&Country,MO When: April 14-September 3, 2018 Where: St. Louis Science Center

Published by The Newsletter Pro • old species! — and Bonnethead sharks, the smallest members of the hammerhead family. Visit for tickets and more information. You don’t have to be from Greece to enjoy its lively culture, and the Greek Fest at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Town & Country is the perfect opportunity to do so.The St. Louis County Greek Fest is a free event open to the community featuring delicious Greek food, live Greek music, folk dancing, tours of the church, and kids’ activities. ST. LOUIS ZOOSPECIALNATURE EXHIBITS The St. Louis Zoo is a family-friendly environment to learn about and enjoy wildlife. A few special nature exhibits are featured throughout this month. Baseball players aren’t the only ones who have spring training — The Sea Lion Spring Training Shows go through May 20. And between April 13 and September 30, check out the unique stingray species at Caribbean Cove. Because the rays’ stingers are painlessly trimmed back, visitors can pet and occasionally feed these fascinating creatures. Did you know some species of stingray are closely related to sharks? And that they’re fairly docile animals? You also may see a few horseshoe crabs — a 220-million-year- When:Various Dates Where: St. Louis Zoo

May 10 1st Quarter Form 941 Due May 13 Mother’s Day May 15 Monthly FICA Tax Deposits Due May 28 Memorial Day


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