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Members of Alexandria Boy Scouts of America Troop 96 cross a stream at the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico in mid-June. “Every day when you finished the trek you had in your mind, ‘Oh God, I can rest,’” Beck said. The morning the scouts climbed Mount Baldy’s summit, they had to go back down by

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Members of Alexandria Boy Scouts of America Troop 96 take a break for a photo at the summit of 12,400-foot Mount Baldy during an 81-mile trek through the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico in mid-June. From left kneeling are, Steve Hoffmann, Tyler Bezold, Bruce Bezold, Justin Bezold, Kyle Neltner, and Ross Pritchett. From left, standing in middle row are Jeff Kuhl, Justin Fischesser, Adam Hoffmann, Jacob Vogelpohl, Kris Sullivan, Randy Vennemann, and Bob Pritchett. From left in the back row are Ryan Beck, Adam Dewey, and Rob Fischesser. Not pictured: Matt Kriege and Jared Fischesser.

noon to avoid inclement weather. “When we got down from the mountain there was actually a cloud covering the top where we were,” Beck said. Keeping the scent of food away from camp and not leaving food waste around was important because other scouts have been mauled by the bears that are prevalent in the area, said Bezold. They hung their food in “bear bags” strung between trees to keep the creatures away. Any food-stained clothing had to be put away into one of the “bear bags” and there were even guidelines for handling toothpaste because it attracts bears, said Matt Kriege, 15, of Alexandria. “You had to swallow your toothpaste,” Kriege said. But there were amazing sites, and it was a good time, he said. “It was a great lifetime experience, and it definitely brought us

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closer together as a group,” Kriege said. The scouts all used basic lessons and camping skills learned previously and picked up new skills while on the trek, said Randy Vennemann, 16, of Alexandria. Because of the altitude, the journey was pretty exhausting, said Justin Bezold, 16, of Alexandria, son of Bruce Bezold. “Nose bleeds and nausea because of the altitude all played a toll,” Justin Bezold said. It was windy in the mountains, often with gusts of 40 miles per hour, and it was cold and chilly, he said. But most of the scouts said they’d like to make the trip again. “You’re seeing things that you would only see on a postcard,” said Tyler Bezold, Justin’s twin brother. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

Committee looks at changing employee benefits to save the city $38,000 a year By Chris Mayhew cmayhew@nky.com

In an attempt to save $38,000 on annual insurance premiums, the personnel committee of Alexandria Council is asking the city to change the benefit structure for city employees. The personnel committee discussed and recommended options for employee benefits packages during a July 9 special committee meeting. The recommendations will be presented to the full council at the 7 p.m. Thursday, July 16 meeting. Under the recommendations, the city will switch to a different type of Anthem Blue Cross plan through the city’s agent, Craw-

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ford Insurance. The personnel committee recommended changing policies so that the city’s exposure risk for paying for employee health care costs go from a maximum of $105,000 per family to a maximum of $230,000 per family. It’s a risk that the city’s employees will remain relatively healthy and the city will realize cost savings on annual insurance premiums. “It will reduce the city’s premium by about $38,000 a year and increase the benefit options with flexible spending,” said council member Bill Rachford, chairman of the personnel committee. The committee is also recommending adding child orthodonture onto the city’s insurance and

adding a flexible sending account program, Rachford said. The idea of a new flexible spending program has been a popular idea with the city’s employees, said Karen Barto, city clerk. A health reimbursement account the city has used in previous years will also change under the recommendation and require receipts to be mailed in with paper forms instead of the use of a pre-loaded credit cardtype system. Under the plan the employee co-pay will remain $20 per visit with a primary care physician, but increase to $40 per visit with a specialist. The personnel committee discarded the idea of asking employ-

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ees to pay part of the deductible for the city’s monthly health care costs. “As far as employees kicking into the deductible, I’m still against that,” said Council member Dave Hart, a member of the personnel committee. Council member Lloyd Rogers, who is also a member of the committee, said he agreed that employees should not have to pay part of the city’s deductible. Hart also said that people can benefit from a health spending account if used properly, but that he’s not crazy about the idea. If the changes are approved by council, there is a plan for representatives of the city’s insurance company to meet with employees before the end of July.

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Conquering the high altitude 81-mile trek and climb through the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico takes a thick skin and determination, and 18 Campbell County Boy Scouts have proven they had the fortitude to finish. Members of Boy Scouts of America Troop 96 completed the 12-day course in mid-June. Their hike started at 6,500 feet above sea level and featured a climb to the summit of 12,400-foot Mount Baldy. The scouts are responsible for everything from cooking, cleaning and storing their food to navigation, Bruze Bezold, scoutmaster for Troop 96 said. Justin Fischesser of Melbourne led his scouting peers on the trail. “They’re pretty much supposed to lead the trek, and the adults stay in the background,” Bezold said. It was grueling, but fun, said Ryan Beck, 16, of Alexandria.


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Men’s skirt game focuses on work By Chris Mayhew cmayhew@nky.com

Men will be putting on skirts in Alexandria Aug. 8 to put people with disabilities and disadvantages to work. The second annual Men’s Skirt Softball Benefit Tournament at the Campbell County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3205 ballfield in Alexandria is a fundraiser for the Easter Seals Work Resource Center in Cincinnati.

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The second annual Men’s Skirt Softball Benefit Tournament at the Campbell County V.F.W. Post 3205 in Alexandria will start at 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 8. There will be entertainment, raffles, concessions. For more information or to donate a raffle prize call Diana at 6203227 or e-mail her at drobinson@eastersealswrc.org.

Easter Seals was chosen because it’s where Diana Robinson of Alexandria, a member of the VFW’s Ladies Auxiliary, works as manager of customer relations. The work center empowers individuals with disabilities and disadvantages to increase their independence through work, Robinson said. Robinson said she was thrilled when members of the V.F.W. asked her if she would like them to support the Work Resource Center where she has worked for 32 years. The center served 10,150 people through 17 different programs in 2008 helping adults with disabilities and developmental disabilities obtain job training and placement, which helps them practice their social skills and earn their own money independently. “I think we provide that stepping stone that so many people need,” Robinson

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said. At any given time there are about 120 people with disabilities or disadvantages working at the center doing everything from assembling medical supplies for corporate clients to building finished products like benches or greeting customers looking for salvaged supplies at the center’s Building Value store at 2901 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati. “We provide them an opportunity to work in the community and interact in the community instead of sitting at home,” Robinson said. Lisa Doxsee, communications manager for Easter Seals Work Center, said one of the center’s clients, a woman, uses the money from her check to pay for cable television at her parents home so that she can watch NASCAR races. It’s a way for her to act independently, Doxsee said. “She pays for something

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Diana Robinson, left, of Alexandria, manager of customer relations at the Easter Seals Work Resource Center in Cincinnati, sits on a bench made by people with disabilities and disadvantages outside Easter Seals Building Value store with client and greeter Mario Thomas, 25, who helped sell the bench. The Campbell County V.F.W.'s second annual skirt softball tournament will benefit the work resource center's programs. she wants with her salary,” Doxsee said. The skirt game will feature multiple teams from V.F.W. members and other

groups including Easter Seals. The idea of the skirt game has drawn a lot of interest from people who

want to either come watch or to take pictures and use it later against us, said Scott Beard, captain of the Easter Seals skirt softball team.

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Southern Campbell Fire District will celebrate its 50th anniversary with an open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 18. The fire district is located on Race Track road near the intersection with U.S. 27. the open house will include refreshments, equipment demonstrations and an inflatable safety firehouse provided by the Kentucky State Fire Commission. Call Assistant Chief Adam Fuller at 743-3175 or e-mail scfd1252@yahoo.com

VFW spaghetti dinner

The ladies auxiliary of Campbell County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3205 will have a spaghetti dinner from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, July 24. The dinner’s cost ($6 per adult, $4 per child) includes

spaghetti, homemade sauce, meatballs, salad, soft drinks and dessert. The VFW hall is at 8261 Alexandria Pike in Alexandria, one quarter mile south of the intersection of East Main Street and Alexandria Pike. Proceeds will benefit the patriotic essay contests and donation of flags to schools. Call Diana at 394-3068.

Pete Garrett Gunsmiths in Newport, Grant’s Lick Market, Knotty Pine on the Bayou Restaurant, all Northern Kentucky Remke Markets locations, United Dairy Farmers in Wilder, the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service office in Highland Heights, and the Campbell County Conservation District office in Alexandria.

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The Campbell County Backroads Farm Tour will be rain or shine from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 18. For a list of tour stops and information visit http://home. fuse.net/campbellcd or call the Campbell County Farmland Work Group at 635-9587. Free printed brochures and maps are available at Campbell County public library branches, California Marketplace, Cline’s on the River,

It’s Alexandria Night at the Florence Freedom Thursday, July 30, and tickets are on sale through the Alexandria City Building. The Florence Freedom will take on the Washington Wild Things at Champion Window Field, 7950 Freedom Way at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, July 30. Tickets are $7.50 per person and drinks at the game will be $1 each. To buy tickets call the city building at 635-4125.

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Hayden declining campaign donations By Chris Mayhew cmayhew@nky.com

Campbell County Fiscal Court Commissioner Mark Hayden said his charities of choice he’s considering having fundraiser events for instead of campaign fundraisers include the Wounded Warrior Project and charities that serve the needy in the local community. The Woulded Warrior Project is a 501c3 nonprofit with a mission that includes organizing assistance and raising awareness of severely injured military service members. increase. It’s a cost of living increase, Hayden said. “What you’re doing is keeping up with inflation,” he said. Hayden said he is pleased that the Fiscal Court has now finished with a new comprehensive plan, and big capital projects including a new jail, county administration and health clinic building, and adding Hawthorne Crossing near Alexandria to the county’s park system. Completing the capital projects will allow the county to focus on other areas of the budget and working to save money, he said. Hayden said he also wants to identifying means to stimulate the economy. That includes working with the Campbell County Economic Progress Authority and Tri-ED (the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation) to continue to pursue new businesses and tax incentives to attract businesses and jobs. “I think we’ve accomplished a lot as a Fiscal Court,” Hayden said. “I want to continue to balance the budget, keep taxes low, and encourage economic development.” Hayden lives in Wilder with his wife Denise and their sons John, Ryan and Chad.

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litigation, said he’s been fortunate enough that he can afford to finance his own Hayden campaign. “ B u t more importantly, I would prefer to encourage people to donate money to charity rather than my campaign,” he said. Hayden said he sees it as part of his role in county leadership to encourage giving to charity. Hayden said in his news release announcing his reelection bid, he’s proud that during his time in office the Fiscal Court has maintained balanced budgets with no tax increase. There have been tax increases, but Hayden said he does not consider the annual 4 percent increase in revenue the Fiscal Court takes each year a tax

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Mary Ann Middendorf, of White Oak, savors a sip of the peach wine during the grand opening of StoneBrook Winery's new tasting room inside Art on the Levee inside Newport on the Levee Thursday, July 9.

Winery opens Levee tasting room By Chris Mayhew cmayhew@nky.com

Camp Springs-based StoneBrook Winery has opening a tasting room/cart inside Art on the Levee, an art gallery at Newport on the Levee. The tasting room, open inside the art gallery during select hours, is located on the Riverwalk level of the Levee, across from the movie ticket purchasing area. It is stocked with all 17 varieties of wines made by StoneBrook including a Vidal Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Domain Reserve, Estate Reserve, and a selection of fruit/berry wines. Larry and Karen Stanfield of Union tasted six StoneBrook wines during the grand opening Thursday, July 9. They said they liked the wines and purchased bottles of the Domain Reserve and Chambourcin varieties. After finding the StoneBrook tasting room in the Levee, Larry said they plan to visit the Camp Springs winery’s tasting room for one of the Saturday

evening dinner events. “We’re just realizing that they have wineries around here locally,” he said. The opening of the tasting room coincides with a move of Art on the Levee to the Riverwalk floor of the levee from the first floor that has resulted in more customer traffic for the store, said Francisco Marziano, gallery manager. The gallery features the work of artists including paintings and photography and sculpture from all around Kentucky, Cincinnati and Indiana. Customers can find almost any price and style for any budget, he said. And the gallery has been looking to bring in a wine vendor to go along with other entertainment like live music on Friday and Saturday, Marziano said. Dennis Walter, owner and operator of StoneBrook, said he’s been looking for a good satellite tasting room for a while, and Newport on the Levee is a good spot for now and the future. “We want to be part of the Levee and area around

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Tasting room hours for StoneBrook Winery’s tasting room inside Art on the Levee at Newport on the Levee will be each Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. StoneBrook’s primary tasting room and vineyard operations are at 6570 Vineyard Lane in Camp Springs. For details about tasting room times and Saturday evening dinners visit the Web site www.stonebrook winery.com or call 635-0111. Newport, especially for when Ovation comes online,” he said. Ovation is multiple high rise building project planned for cleared land on Newport’s riverfront West of Newport on the Levee by Corporex, a Covington-based development company. The project’s price tag is more than $800 million, and would include space for residential, office, hotel, retail and entertainment destinations. Mary Ann Middendorf of White Oak said she especially enjoyed the peach wine she tried during the July 9 grand opening. “I think this is a good atmosphere for them, especially in the gallery,” Middendorf said. “I mean art and wine go together.”

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Griffin Industries gift provides $7 million to support NKU’s Informatics Center Northern Kentucky University announced June 26 that it has received a $6 million gift from Griffin Industries to support the university’s efforts to equip its new NKU informatics center with some of the world’s most advanced informatics instrumentation. The gift will be matched by $1 million from the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Comprehensive University Excellence Trust Fund, bringing the total impact of the gift to $7 million. The facility, scheduled to open in fall 2011, will be named Griffin Hall, pending

NKU Board of Regents approval. NKU is in the process of raising $17.3 million to complete and equip the building, supplementing the $35.5 million allocated by the state for its construction. “Only a few short weeks ago we gathered to break ground on what will be one of the most advanced informatics centers in the country,” said NKU President James Votruba. “Today, we celebrate a vision – not just the vision that we have for this facility, but the vision that Griffin Industries has for this region’s future. Our friendship with the Griffin

family has always been strong, and today we take that relationship to the next level.” Robert Griffin, CEO of Griffin Industries, said the company saw this as an “extraordinary opportunity” to impact the region’s future. Griffin Hall will house NKU’s College of Informatics, which consists of three academic departments as well as an outreach unit, the Infrastructure Management Institute. It is being designed by Goody Clancy, which has designed stunning university buildings throughout the United

States, including on the campuses of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan, Harvard University and the University of Chicago. NKU Dean of Informatics Douglas Perry said the Griffin Industries gift will have an impact that is felt for generations to come. “The digital technology incorporated into this stunning building – most notably the Digitorium – will bring informatics to our students through demonstration, development, collaboration, simulation, representation and performance,” he said.

“Griffin Hall will be an entirely new environment in which students can learn, grow and play in the best sense of the word.” In addition to being home to some of the most advanced digital technology available, Griffin Hall will also be the first “green” building on NKU’s campus, having been designed for LEED Silver certification. To learn more about the facility, visit http://informatics.nku.edu/building/ind ex.html. The NKU College of Informatics was founded in 2005 through the reorganization of three departments

– Information Systems (now Business Informatics), Computer Science (formerly combined with Mathematics) and Communication – from three different colleges. The number of majors in these departments has steadily increased since the creation of the college, and it now has over 1,300 majors in just its fourth year of operation. In that time, it has launched four new undergraduate and graduate programs while maintaining or expanding its existing programs in everything from computer science to public relations.

Stimulus supplementing school budget By Chris Mayhew cmayhew@nky.com

Federal stimulus money is providing Campbell County Schools’ budget with an infusion of more than $1.5 million that the district has two years to spend on improving programs for special needs and low income students. The stimulus money comes with specific spending guidelines the district has to follow and is being funneled through established federal programs. So, the stimulus funds cannot be used to push money back into the district’s general fund to aid programs. By far the biggest amount of stimulus funds, $1.286 million, is related to spending for students with special needs in grades K12, said Mark Vogt, director of finance for the district. Things the special education money will be used for include the funding of nine positions for the next two years including five reading para-educators (one for each elementary school), a high school math teacher, a high school reading teacher, and for one guidance counselor each at the high school and middle school. The special education funding will also cover the $32,100 cost of buying a handicap accessible van,

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$125,000 for computers, $25,000 for assistive technology equipment and software, and $94,000 for the purchase of other resource materials including intervention software like FASST Math. Other positions that will be funded including a staff developer to focus on student performance in special education, and a “psychometrist,” a position that will include the duty of focusing on students referred to special education. The special education funding is tied to Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. “We can’t, for example, use the funds to hire an extra teacher unless that teacher was dedicated to improving the education of students with special needs,” Vogt said. The second largest pot of stimulus funding, $271,156, is through the existing federal Title I Part A (or basic) program that provides for the individual needs of students that are economically disadvantaged, Vogt said. The Title I Part A money will be used for special needs students that are preschool age. The extra Title I funding adds $104,906 for students that are neglected or delinquent, especially those that are residents of

Holly Hill Children’s Services, Campbell Lodge Boys Home, and the juvenile detention center, or who are students at the district’s day treatment school. Overall, the district has to follow four guidelines when dealing with any stimulus money, Vogt said. • Spend the money quickly to save and create jobs like the guidance counselor positions, he said. • Improving student achievement through school improvement and reform. • Ensuring transparency and accountability. “We have special account codes for such expenses and they are approved by the Board as being paid for with stimulus money,” Vogt said. • And invest the onetime money thoughtfully. The district doesn’t want to create obligations beyond the two years that the money is allotted, he said. “That is why we present the positions, generally as only being two-year positions,” Vogt said. Although the money has restrictions, the district is certainly putting it to good use, said Shelli L. Wilson, associate superintendent. “This money allows us to think forward - to think about purchases that will have lasting impacts on student achievement,” Wilson said.

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SCHOOL NOTES Cornerstone Montessori School is accepting applications for the upcoming school year for students pre-K through sixth grade. Halfand full-day options are available for preschool and kindergarten. A non-profit, private school located in Highland Heights, Cornerstone Montessori serves students from

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both Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, helping all of them to become “lifelong learners.” Affiliated with the American Montessori Society and a member of the Cincinnati Montessori Society, Cornerstone Montessori has provided students with a solid academic, social and collaborative education rooted deeply in the philosophy and methodology of

Maria Montessori since its founding in 1992. Currently serving students preschool through grade six, the school has plans to expand its educational program to include seventh and eighth grade. For more information, including requesting an application or tour of the school, contact the school at 491-9960, or visit www.cornerstonemontessori.org.

The following students (listed with high school) from Campbell County were named to the Dean’s List at the University of Louisville for the spring semester: Allison Arrowood* of Newport Catholic, Caitlin Beck* of Highlands, Burke Beiting of Newport Catholic, Jonathan Bender* of Villa Madonna, Lindsey Bogadi* of Newport Catholic, Kevin Bonfield* of Campbell Co., Kevin Bueter* of Newport Catholic, Laura Bueter of Newport Catholic, David Burgin of Newport, Chad Carius, Mary Doran of Newport Catholic, Daniel Dykes* of Bishop Brossart, Gregory Eaton of Highlands, Michael Eaton of Highlands, Michael Enzweiler* of Newport Catholic, Cory France* of Campbell Co., Michael France of Campbell Co., Alex Frommeyer of Covington Catholic, Renee Geiger* of Bishop Brossart, Mark Geiger of Bishop Brossart, Thomas Geiger of Newport Catholic, Steven Gerl of St. Henry, Jennifer Gilchrist of Newport Catholic, Jordan Grainger of Newport Catholic, Robert Gubser of Bishop Brossart, Christine Guidugli* of Newport Catholic, Maria Gurren* of Highlands, Jennifer Hambley of Campbell Co., Ian Hamilton* of Newport Catholic, Alyson Hill of Highlands, Meredith Johnson of Campbell Co., Jaclyn Klare of Newport Catholic,

Tony Kremer of Highlands, Nicholas Kues of Newport Catholic, Jeffrey Lamb of Campbell Co., Michael Lipscomb of Newport Catholic, Daniel Lotz of Villa Madonna, Shannon Mackenzie of Notre Dame, Patrick Mayer of Newport Catholic, Andrew McGinnis of Newport Catholic, Rachel Meyer of Newport Catholic, Nicole Moran* of Campbell Co., Ashley Morden of Campbell Co., Emily Nording of Highlands, Jennifer Pence* of Apollo, Justin Perkins of Highlands, Mirza Popala of Highlands, Bridget Quitter of Newport Catholic, Rachel Redmond of Highlands, Patrick Roetting of Bishop Brossart, Michael Rolf of Newport Catholic, Nicholas Rolf of Newport Catholic, Scott Rust* of Bishop Brossart, Brittney Schadler of Notre Dame, Adria Schwarber* of Notre Dame, John Spenlau of Newport Catholic, Jared Stewart of Highlands, Phillip Suttmiller* of Highlands, Jason Thiem of Newport Catholic, Michael Walerius of Bishop Brossart, Elvin Webb of Bishop Brossart and Sally Zimmerman of Highlands. A student named as a Dean’s Scholar has achieved a grade point average of 4.0. Students who have been named to the Dean’s List have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9. * denotes Dean’s Scholar

DEAN’S LIST Mount St. Joseph

Alan deCourcy, D.Mn., chief academic officer and dean of the faculty at the College of Mount St. Joseph, has announced the Dean’s List for the 2009 spring semester. To achieve the Dean’s List, a student must earn a minimum 3.50 grade point average on

a 4.00 scale while enrolled with a minimum of 6 credit hours. There are 654 students who achieved Dean’s List. Those from Alexandria are: Katrina Kramer of Alexandria, Jeannie Riley of Alexandria, Lesa Anderson of Alexandria, and Connie Schultz of Alexandria.

NEWS FROM NKU Free films and lessons

Northern Kentucky University film students have collaborated with the school’s W. Frank Steely Library to unveil Creative Thinking, an educational copyright and plagiarism Web site for junior high through freshman college students. Funded by a grant from the Cincinnati Bar Foundation, Creative Thinking films, lessons and activities are designed to educate teens and young adults about plagiarism and copyright law. As part of the project, an NKU summer film class created multiple original short films. A project committee, comprised of representatives from NKU, University of Louisville and other regional community partners such as CET (Greater Cincinnati Television Educational Foundation), KYVL (Kentucky Virtual Library) and the Campbell County Public Library coordinated the program. The free Web site is now at http://creativethinking.nku.edu.

MA in Public History

The Northern Kentucky University Board of Regents approved today a new master’s program in public history. The program, which will begin next January, will provide students with content, theory, method and practice learning in preparation for a non-academic humanities career. Individuals with a public history degree are employed in museums, libraries, archives, historic preservation, heritage tourism, cultural resource management, public policy and education. Public history training broadens career opportunities for traditional and non-traditional students and offers new career opportunities to retirees and others seeking to change professional direction. The degree will provide history and other humanities students with a terminal professional degree. It will also offer an opportunity for students holding a master’s degree in history or another humanities field to complete a graduate certificate

in public history. The program will require between 33 and 36 semester hours – 30 in history content and methodology courses and a sixhour sequence in one of four areas: world language, informatics, geographic information systems or non-profit management. The university expects an enrollment of 17-20 students in the initial semester and an increase between six and 10 new students each year.

Faculty fellowships

The Northern Kentucky University Haile/US Bank College of Business announced the recipients of the inaugural Haile Faculty Fellowships. The fellowships are a result of the landmark Haile/US Bank Foundation $15 million naming gift for the college announced in August 2008. They reward faculty excellence in teaching, research and public engagement. The purpose of the Haile Faculty Fellowship Program is to honor and support faculty excellence in all areas of responsibility by providing fellowships to three tenured faculty members in the college. The fellowships are granted for two academic years to faculty members who hold the title of “Haile Faculty Fellow” and receive a $10,000 stipend annually during that period. At the end of the two-year period, each Haile Faculty Fellow will relinquish the title and the stipend so that three new Haile Faculty Fellows can be named for the succeeding twoyear period. Recipients of the Haile Faculty Fellowship are not eligible for consideration in the immediately succeeding round of applications. Haile Faculty Fellow for Excel lence in Teaching Dr. Matt Ford, NKU Department of Management, has a stellar record of teaching excellence. He consistently receives very high student evaluations and extremely positive comments from students while maintaining high rigor in his classes. He has received six collegiate teaching awards in his

career, including winning the prestigious Sandy Easton Award for Outstanding Teaching three times in the first four years it was given by the college. Haile Faculty Fellow for Excel lence in Research Dr. Vincent Owhoso, NKU Department of Accountancy, has an international reputation for cutting-edge research in the field of auditing and accounting. The central theme of Dr. Owhoso’s research is the examination of the effectiveness and efficiency of certain audit practices that are intended to reduce the risk of material misstatements during financial statement audits. Haile Faculty Fellow for Excel lence in Public Engagement Dr. Aron Levin, NKU Department of Marketing, has been a model in our region for excellence in public engagement and has been recognized by NKU as one of its most engaged faculty in the university’s “Aligning for Public Engagement: Laying the Foundation” publication. Dr. Levin is the founder and director of the Marketing Research Partnership Program (MRPP), which links NKU’s marketing research students with six key corporate partner firms in the field of marketing research. The purpose of this partnership is to enhance the students’ learning experiences and to assist them in finding professional career opportunities.

Online Library Informatics

Northern Kentucky University announced that its College of Informatics will launch an online Bachelor of Science in Library Informatics (BSLI) program this fall. The program, which will be offered fully online, is geared toward helping those with associate degrees complete a Bachelor of Science in library informatics. It is designed for those students who want to better understand the relationships among people, information and technology. It educates students to communicate using rapidly evolving media channels and provides a deeper perspective toward the value of information.

NKU’s BSLI is the eleventh NKU program and the fifth undergraduate degree to be offered in an online format. The online format allows students to complete the curriculum from the convenience of their home computers via the Internet. The curriculum was developed for online delivery by faculty from NKU’s Steely Library. Students can complete the 60credit-hour program in two years. For more information on the Bachelor of Science in library informatics, contact Leslie Hammann at 572-6157 or hammannl1@nku.edu.

Bast named director

The Northern Kentucky University Haile/U.S. Bank College of Business has announced that James Bast has been named director of the NKU Master of Business Administration program, effective July 1 and pending Board of Regents approval. “Jim brings a wealth of experience to the position,” said NKU College of Business Dean John Beehler. “He is well connected in our region, having served as assistant dean and director of graduate programs at the University of Cincinnati and director of MBA admissions at Xavier University. In addition, he has extensive consulting experience to business schools on a variety of issues.” NKU’s MBA program was named as a Best Business School in the 2009 Edition of the Princeton Review and Random House. The MBA program is accredited by AACSB-International and caters to the full-time working professional. Prior to joining NKU and in addition to his prior positions at UC and Xavier, Bast was the owner of Management Education Consultants, a Cincinnati firm specializing in identification and resolution of issues facing business schools. Bast earned his MBA and BBA from the University of Toledo. He and his wife, Vicki, reside in Union Township and have five children.

Chambers honored

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ism major Will Chambers, has been recognized as one of the Top 20 collegiate sports broadcasters in the country by Sportscasters Talent Agency of America (STAA).The honor is part of STAA’s All-America Program, which recognizes the most outstanding collegiate radio sportscasters in the country and encourages collegiate sportscasters nationwide to strive to achieve their best. Chambers, a 1997 graduate of Highlands High School, has been involved with sports broadcasting for 12 years and made his first onair appearance in 2005. He is currently employed by Georgetown College as a play-by-play announcer, and has experience on the NKU Sports Show on Norse Media as an anchor and sports reporter, as well as being the featured sports analyst for NKU’s independent student newspaper, The Northerner. Chambers is also an intern at WKRC Local 12 news.

New certificate programs

The Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law announced the creation of two new certificate programs – a Certificate in Advocacy and a Certificate in Transactional Law. The certificate programs are tied to Chase’s two Centers of Excellence, the Center for Excellence in Advocacy and the Transactional Law Practice Center, which provide Chase students with training in practice skills, interaction with practicing attorneys and skills-based programming. The centers are designed to make the transition from law study to law practice as seamless as possible. “Knowing the law is not enough,” said Professor Rick Bales, director of the Chase Center for Excellence in Advocacy. “A successful attorney must know also how to practice the law to effectively promote a client’s interests and advance justice.” NKU Chase is one of only a handful of law schools in the nation to offer certificate programs in Advocacy or Transactional Law.


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NKU stars make waves at golf tourney By James Weber jweber@nky.com

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Curtis Ruberg of Alexandria drives from the tee on hole No. 1 at Lassing Pointe Golf Club during the Northern Kentucky Golf Association Men’s Amateur Championship.

Jeremy Martin is just starting his career at Northern Kentucky University. The soon-to-be Norse sophomore hopes for more days like July 9, when he claimed the Northern Kentucky Men’s Amateur golf championship at Lassing Pointe in Union. The Dry Ridge, Ky., native shot 136 (70-66) in a 36-hole final to claim his first title. “It’s the biggest (win),” he said. “I just hung in there and things stated going my way on the back nine. I knew this morning I had to get around even par, and I figured if I shot under par I’d have a chance.” Martin was the survivor of a four-day competition. He was seeded second in the championship flight after a qualifying round, then won two matches to advance to an eight-man championship round of medal play. The final round was a tight battle until the final holes. “I had to stay patient,” Martin said. “I chipped in on 13 and that really got my going.” NKU teammate Eric Fuldner finished third in the final with a 141. The Campbell County High School graduate played his final season for the Norse last fall. “It’s always been my goal to be able to make it to the finals and give myself a chance to win,” he

Final tourney results

Championship flight: Jeremy Martin 136, Chris Morris 137, Eric Fuldner 141, Jason Fryia 141, Rob Clarke 145, Brad Marsh 152, Curtis Ruberg 154, Mike Schuh 166. First flight: Jeff Pectol 70, Mark Krahe 72, Shannon Hundemer 75, Ross Sharp 75, Mark Boothby 76, Dan O’Brien 77, Matt Eilers 78, Augustus Kern 79. Second flight: Doug Taulbee 76, Russell Daniels 77, Justin Jolly 77, Zach Wright 79, Tony Johnson 80, Mike Arthur 81, Randy Wilburn 87, Don Niehaus WD. said. “This is probably my favorite golf course in the area. I always seem to play well here.” Fuldner and his father, Tom, were both in the championship flight. Tom lost in the first round of match play, 1-up. “We were hoping to play together,” Tom said. “The last time it was here, I was in the finals and my dad drove around with me. He passed away last year and we were both thinking of him.” Eric Fuldner, who will graduate this winter, was happy with his senior season for the Norse. He won a three-round tournament hosted by Morehead State to open the season. Bishop Brossart’s Curtis Ruberg also was involved in a fatherly match. He finished seventh in the championship final. His father, Dave, qualified for the first flight and lost in a second-round match.

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Eric Fuldner reacts after sinking a putt for par at Lassing Pointe Golf Club during the Northern Kentucky Golf Association Men’s Amateur Championship.

ACO stars aid to growth of the sport By Adam Kiefaber akiefaber@nky.com

In what started as a backyard and parking lot sensation in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area, the game of Cornhole has grown into a nationwide spectacle. The game’s most recognizable name, Matt Guy, is the sport’s first superstar. “Different cities that I go to, especially ones that I have never been, when I walk in for the first time it is almost like the room stops,” said Alexandria native Matt Guy. “Everybody is like, ‘look it is Matt Guy. Matt Guy is here!’” At every American Cornhole Organization (ACO) sanctioned event, opponents and fans of the sport approach the game’s top player and ask for autographs and request pictures with him. “They come up and tell me that they have been a fan of mine for three or four years and have been watching the videos on the Inter-

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Matt Guy, of Alexandria, is currently the topranked player in the American Cornhole Organization. Over the years, the sport has grown from backyard and tailgating fame to professional status. net,” Guy said. “I have an absolute blast with it, I think it is the coolest thing in the world that people want to meet me like that.” Guy’s celebrity status has earned other perks; most recently he and his sons started the fireworks at the Reds game July 3. Not only is Guy, 38, the game’s top singles player, he also excels in doubles competition while teaming up with his sons, Bret,

who is 15, and Shawn, who is 13. For Guy, a former horseshoe player, the sport came naturally. During the week he doesn’t practice or work on his game. For Fort Wright native Eric Hinerman, 32, becoming one of the game’s top players (currently ranked No. 6) wasn’t quite as easy. “I thought I was a great backyard player, but once I went to my first ACO tournament I realized really quickly that a lot more went into it than what meets the eye,” Hinerman said. After getting beat badly in his first few tournaments, Hinerman practiced at home and trained at the Cheviot Sports Tavern, a favorite among the ACO pros. Eventually, the DIRECTV employee was tough to beat. Even though the sport is growing rapidly with the aid of its star players, Guy and Hinerman cannot afford to be solely professional cornhole pitchers. Guy makes between $15,000to-$20,000 a year playing the

game, while Hinerman also “makes a couple thousand.” Guy’s real profession is selling cleaning supplies for Stiegler Supply Co. One day, however, the sport may grow enough to have fulltime professional players. “Me, my sons and my friends that we travel with all talk about how great it would be to do this for a living,” Guy said. “It is just lacking the major sponsor and television. Once it gets to that point then maybe we will see that happen.” ACO President Frank Geers announced July 6 the Monster World Cornhole Championships on Fountain Square in Cincinnati Aug. 29 will feature a $7,500 purse with $2,625 going to the singles champion and $1,125 to the runner-up. The tournament field will be by invitation only with the top 16 players in the ACO can participating in the event. For more information on the ACO and how to become a professional cornhole player, visit www.americancornhole.org.

NKU basketball will return to Deveroes League By James Weber jweber@nky.com

The Deveroes Summer Basketball League has returned to action. Ten teams gather at Woodward High School in Cincinnati to give hoops fans their annual dose of rim-rattling heat. As in recent years, one team - McCluskey Chevrolet – will be comprised primarily of Northern Kentucky University players, including incoming recruits. Recent Holmes gradu-

ates Branden Housley, Greg Rice and Arrez Henderson play for the S.I. Pool Care team. Players from the region’s Division I programs, including Cincinnati, Xavier, Miami and Dayton, will be in the league, plus local products who play at other Division I schools. Also, there are always popular alumni. NCAA rules limit the number of current teammates from a Division I school that can be on a summer league squad, but the restriction doesn’t apply to NKU in Division II. So the Norse get extra playing time together.

Here’s the schedule for the rest of the season. Saturday, July 18: Five games at noon (McCluskey at 2 p.m.). Sunday, July 19: Five games at noon (McCluskey at noon). Wednesday, July 22: Quarterfinals, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 23: Quarterfinals, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 25: Semifinals, 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1: Championship game, 1 p.m.

Track athletes honored for academics The 2009 Kentucky Track & Field All-Academic team has been announced. Locals listed:

Girls Academic All-State

Campbell County: Kennedy Berkley, Anna Carrigan, Jennie Dumaine, Christina Heilman, Katie Kitchen, Amy Lauer, Megan Rauch, Faith Roaden, Taylor Robinson, Makayla Schultz. Dayton: Nicole Schowalter. Highlands: Sable Bender, Jennifer Camm, Ashley Collinsworth, Brittany Comstock, Danielle Dupont, Jordan Earlywine, Laura Geiman, Anna Goetz, Abby Hills, Gretchen Hinkel, Gabrea Hansman, Lisa Patterson, Taylor Rosenhagen, Lindsey Scaggs, Lindsey Steller, Sonja Thams. Newport Central Catholic: Alexis Abner, Kim Bihl, Morgan Dubuc, Kaela Freppon, Brittany Fryer, Annie Gruenschlaeger, Hannah Kelly, Jamie Kohls, Aubrey Muench, Mallory Niemer, Alyx Schulte, Frannie Schultz, Amy Schwarber, Sarah Suedkamp.

Girls Honorable Mention All State

Campbell County: Megan Fangman, Lauren Nehus, Paige Yenter. NCC: Andi Macke.

Boys All State

Newport: Brandon Carter, Jordan Hatfield.

Boys Honorable Mention All State

Bellevue: Tim Derek Huninghake.

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Bishop Brossart High School hires Wiseman as volleyball coach Bishop Brossart High School announced Thursday, July 9, that it hired former Highlands High School volleyball coach Pennie Wiseman as its new head volleyball coach. Wiseman had previously coached volleyball as an assistant at Highlands (2003-2005, 2007-

2008) and Campbell County (2001-2002) high schools. In 2005, she was the head varsity coach at Highlands. After the 2005 season, Wiseman took a year off coaching to start a family. She came back and coached Highlands junior varsity team in

2007 and 2008. She also played high school volleyball at Dayton and went on to play at Maryville College in Tennessee. “We are very impressed with coach Wiseman and feel she will bring a great deal of experience and skills to our program,” Bishop

Brossart Athletic Director Mel Webster said in a press release. “She has been a part of the highly successful Lady Birds program at Highlands and knows what it takes to propel our program to the next level, but at the same time she comes from a Class A school as an athlete.”

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Kings Soccer Academy sends 2 teams to regionals By Adam Kiefaber akiefaber@nky.com

In a year of being shorthanded and injuries, the U13 girls’ soccer team at the Kings Soccer Academy was dealt another blow right before the start of its semifinal match in the 2009 Ohio South State Cup. During warm-ups, goalkeeper Samantha Shoemaker bumped into the goal post, injuring her leg. Shoemaker was rushed to the sidelines and head coach Paulette Rumpke decided that her yearlong starter in goal couldn’t play. That was when Bridgette Hildreth, who hadn’t played

or practiced as a goalie for her team, volunteered to fill in for Shoemaker. “That was the turning point for us because everyone was let down and were about to shut down mentally right before the kickoff and they kept it together and came out on top,” Rumpke said. Hildreth ended up with a couple of nice saves in a 1-0 shutout win. The following game, Shoemaker was back in goal for the finals. The U13 team won that game as well, earning a spot in U.S. Youth Soccer Region II Championships in Sioux Fall, S.D. “This group worked

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The Kings Soccer Academy U13 Elite soccer team pictured after winning the 2009 Ohio South State Cup Championship. Front row from left to right; Bridgette Hildreth, Lily Weber, Samantha Shoemaker, Madi Velten, Anna Cipollone, Kaitlynn Kiehl, Savannah Carmosino, Alexis Kiehl and coach Paulette Rumpke. Back row from left to right; Katelyn Poehner, Abby Stadtmiller, Abby Weigel, Gabrielle Brokamp, Morgan Verst, Alexis Burdick, Anna Cornacchione. extremely hard and have been very dedicated. I am so proud of them,” Rumpke said. “They have put in a lot of time and a lot of hard work.” Rumpke’s team lost its

three games in regional, but her squad, if they stick together, will have a chance to get back to the regional next summer. U13 is the youngest age group that can qualify for the regional tournament. While Rumpke’s team was making their first appearance, Barnard Baker’s U18 team went to the regional for the second consecutive summer in 2009. The U18 squad is made up entirely of high school seniors that have been on the same club team for the past five summers. During that span, the group has participated in three regional tournaments and won the Kentucky State Cup Championship this season. “I think it is a very special group. They have been together since they were 14,

which is really rare in club soccer. For this group, it wasn’t going to a different club or getting exposure for college, it was more about sticking together as a team and accomplishing things together,” Baker said. Many of Baker’s players are moving on to play in college. “This was probably one of my favorite teams that I have ever coached,” said Baker who was been coaching for over 10 years. “They are great players, but even better people and they are going to be very successful wherever they go.” Like the U13 team, Baker’s team lost all three of its regional matches, ending its season. On a another note, the Kings Soccer Academy had

• Gabrielle Brokamp of Anderson, Ohio • Alexis Burdick of Batavia, Ohio • Savannah Carmosino of New Richmond, Ohio • Anna Cipollone of Turpin, Ohio • Anna Cornacchione of Turpin, Ohio • Bridgette Hildreth of Alexandria • Alexis Kiehl of Mt Washington, Ohio • Kaitlynn Kiehl of Mt Washington, Ohio • Katelyn Poehner of Batavia, Ohio • Samantha Shoemaker of Reading, Ohio • Abby Stadtmiller of Alexandria • Madi Velten of Batavia, Ohio • Morgan Verst of Alexandria • Lily Weber of Park Hills • Abby Weigel of Anderson, Ohio a U15 girls’ team and U17 girls’ team finish as a finalists this year in the Kentucky State Cup Championships. The organization also had a U10 girls’ team win the Ohio South State Cup Championship and a U12 girls’ team finish as a finalist in that event this summer.

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chance to see the Cincinnati Kings premier development team this season. The Kings end their season at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 19, at the Town & Country soccer complex The team is comprised of college-age players, including 13 Greater Cincinnati colleges or high schools. The Kings started the season 1-4, which ultimately kept them out of the playoffs in the United Soccer League. “I’m concerned with playing well at the end of the season,” said head coach Roby Stahl. “We’re a little different than some other leagues. We’re U23; we’re committed to using college players. A lot of these teams have older established players.” Stahl said the defense improved in the second half of the season as the players got to know each other. “We’ve had some good results and are playing with confidence,” he said. “If we come back with eight to 12 players from this year, I’d feel more comfortable because they have had time together. They know what my style is and I know what their style is.”

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The Northern Kentucky Reds 9U baseball team has a few openings on its fall team. The team has done well in the recreation leagues in Northern Kentucky and has played in tournaments in both Kentucky and Ohio, and wants to move the team toward more competitive baseball. Players cannot turn 10 before May 1, 2010. Fun and fundamentals is the name of the game. Call Steve Baker, 240-0661.

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This month marks the 40th anniversary of man’s first step on the moon. What do you remember about that event? Do you think the U.S. should return to the moon? Why or why not?

“It was July 21, 1969, and I was finishing up a career step in West Virginia, and preparing to move to Cincinnati. “I remember that a co-worker named Dick Longyear was with my wife and I when Neil Armstrong made history; his first words were, ‘Houston - the Eagle has landed.’ “And then came the unforgettable ‘That’s one small step for man, and one giant leap for mankind.’ “I may lack the necessary wisdom and foresight to understand it all clearly, but to be honest, I see no point in any attempts by the U.S. to return to the moon, or explore other planets in the solar system.

Do you think the economic stimulus plan is working, or should the federal government implement another round of stimulus packages? Send your response to kynews@communitypress.com with “chatroom” in the subject line. “The risks will probably always remain incredibly high, the costs astronomical (no pun intended), and the benefits questionable. Bill B. “Unless we clearly would benefit in someway, or it would advance our knowledge in someway, with the fact we do not have the funds. I would have to object to the increased federal spending, which is already out of control. “My hope is that someday both the Republican and Democrat parties will begin to control spending. Excessive taxation leads to destruction of our financial system.

Laws involving assault on sports officials iIt is that time of year again! Tryouts start in many areas this week for school and other sports activities. Many sports are ongoing as my wife and children are presently in Florida where my daughter is participating in a basketball tournament, and I'm sitting at work writing this article. Anyone else see a problem with this picture? While all of us want our children to do well, sometimes people get too excited. I thought it might be helpful to review Kentucky's law concerning assaults on sports officials and discuss the problem of parents and other fans taking kids' games too seriously. Sports are a large part of our entertainment and recreation whether you are an athlete or a fan. Sports are a great thing for our kids but problems arise when the players or parents or others take these recreational activities too seriously. Often emotions run high and tempers flare and sometimes players or fans lose control. Unfortunately, sometimes our referees, umpires and other sports officials are victims of emotional outbursts from players or fans who take the game too seriously. In order to protect sports officials from assaults, the Kentucky General Assembly passed a law which provides protection for sports officials and establishes penalties for the crime of assaulting a sports official. A person is guilty of assault on a sports official when he or she intentionally causes physical injury to the official who was officiating at the time of the injury or was arriving or leaving an athletic facility where an athletic event was being held. In order to be covered by this particular law, the sports official must be registered as a member of a national, state, regional or local organization that provides education and training to sports officials. Assaulting a sports official under Kentucky law is a Class A Misdemeanor punishable by up to 12 months in jail and up to a $500 fine. However, if five or more people assemble and assault a sports official, each person can be charged with a Class D Felony. Also, any second or subsequent offense of assaulting a sports offi-

cial is a Class D Felony. A Class D Felony carries a penalty of one to five years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. This office has in the past James A. and will continue Daley in the future to Community a g g r e s s i v e l y prosecute playRecorder ers, coaches or guest fans who assault columnist sports officials. Although the local school and recreational sports are wonderful activities for the players and the fans, we must all remember that they are just games. When people take these games too seriously, it sets a very bad example for our children and can result in criminal prosecution if a sports official or another player or fan is assaulted. In addition to assaults on sports officials, as indicated in the “Hockey Dad” case mentioned above, sometimes there is criminal conduct directed toward coaches or other parents or fans. Obviously any such assaults or other criminal conduct will be prosecuted to the fullest extent permitted by law. However, a question that needs to be asked is why do these situations ever get to the point of there being criminal activity. I know that I get excited and cheer hard for my children as we all do. Please remember these are just kids' games. Relax and don't take these games so seriously. If nothing else, think of what a terrible example this type of adult criminal conduct is for the children. Think of how our children are probably going to be embarrassed and maybe affected for life. It's okay to get excited about kids' sports events, but use a little restraint and common sense and just enjoy. I hope this information is interesting and helpful. If you have any topics you would like to have covered in this column, please mail to me at 331 York Street, Newport, Kentucky 41071 or fax to me at 491-5932 or email our office at jadcca@fuse.net. James A. Daley is the Campbell County Attorney.

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Cybercrimes bill to aid families In my travels across Kentucky, parents have often asked me what government can do to protect kids on the Internet. Law enforcement have also complained to me that many officers don’t have the resources to process a computer hard drive for evidence, despite the fact that 80 percent of crimes committed today involve some type of digital evidence. The concerns of parents and police in every corner of the commonwealth have helped shape my agenda as attorney general. I have worked closely with Kentucky lawmakers to draft legislation that would strengthen state laws to better protect children from the dangers that exist online and have identified areas where the law lags technology. I have also worked closely with parents, like Mark Neblett, whose daughter, Rachel, committed suicide after being stalked online. My cybercrimes legislation, passed by the General Assembly during the 2009 regular session, took effect on June 25. This was not only a personal victory, but a victory for Kentucky families. My new law puts in place important safeguards for parents and it gives police and prosecutors the tools they need to arrest and convict cyberpredators who try to harm our children. About the Cybercrimes Law: • Prohibits sex offenders from logging onto social-networking

sites that are used by children under the age of 18. • Requires sex offenders to update their email addresses and online idenJack Conway tifiers with the Community registry in a Recorder similar fashion they update guest as their physical columnist addresses. The bill codifies the Kentucky State Police Department’s current practice of making e-mails available in a searchable database that is accessible to the public. • Amends Kentucky’s stalking statute to include cyberstalking, recognizing that threats or harassment can take place online and in person. • Closes a loophole in current law by clarifying that it is a crime for a person to transmit live sexually explicit images of themselves to minors over the Internet or other electronic network via webcam or other technological devices. • Allows police to seize personal property, such as a computer or car, which has been used by a predator in the commission of sexual offenses against children. • Grants administrative subpoena power to the Office of the Attorney General when investigating online crimes involving the

sexual exploitation of children. This gives investigators direct access to secure relevant information that will help officers identify perpetrators in these cases. • Creates the crime of “phishing” when someone tries to obtain personal identifying information using a Web page, electronic device or e-mail. In addition to bringing criminal statutes up to date with changes in technology, I’ve talked to more than 14,000 Kentucky children and adults about the dangers that exist online through my cybersafety presentations. I have also partnered with the Kentucky Department of Education and Kentucky Child Now to expand our cybersafety education efforts. June marked the one-year anniversary of my new cybercrimes unit dedicated to investigating crimes that occur online. Since its creation, the unit – a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force – has launched 50 child pornography investigations and seized more than 14,400 child pornographic images and nearly 2,200 videos depicting child pornography. I appreciate all of the parents, law enforcement officers, prosecutors and lawmakers who have worked with us on this issue and helped us make Kentucky a safer place to live, work and raise a family. Jack Conway is Kentucky attorney general.

The way forward on health care Our health care system is in need of reform. Health care costs are too expensive and many families do not have access to the affordable, high-quality health care that they deserve. In the coming weeks and months, Congress will debate health care reform proposals. As a father of six and a former small business owner, ensuring access to quality health care is one of my top priorities. To strengthen America’s health care system, my Republican colleagues and I support commonsense reforms that make health care more affordable, reduce the number of uninsured Americans and increase quality at a price our country can afford. Our plan would let families choose an affordable health plan that best meets their needs, regardless of pre-existing conditions. It would also ensure that medical decisions are made between patients and doctors, not by government bureaucrats. Finally, our plan would include prevention, wellness and disease management programs and support research and treatments for life-threatening diseases. You can read more about our ideas for health care reform at www.GeoffDavis.house.gov/Healthcare. Democrat leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate have already released drafts of their health care reform proposals. The central feature of the leading Democratic proposals is a new government-run insurance plan that they claim will increase “competition” in the health insurance marketplace. However, this concept will put America on an inevitable path to a single-payer government-run health care system by forcing private insurers out of business. When all the other choices are

eliminated, there is no competition and federal government would have control over your health care. A new study U.S. Rep. by the non-parGeoff Davis tisan Lewin (www. Community Group lewin. com) Recorder estimates that guest the governcolumnist ment-run plan would underpay health care providers by 20-30 percent. With no negotiating power against the federal bureaucracy, physicians and hospitals would be forced to make up the difference by increasing rates for those with private insurance. Experience with Medicare and Medicaid have already demonstrated this phenomenon. The Lewin Group concludes that a government-run plan would result in more than 114 million Americans losing their current health insurance coverage, including 106 million Americans who currently have employer-provided health care. Any successful health care reform must embrace solutions that will reduce costs within the health care system as a whole. Wrapping the complexity and inefficiency of government bureaucracy around the entire health care system will make the true costs of health care even less transparent and result in the continued unchecked growth of the system. A “one size fits all” government-run health care system by design will never be able to provide the American people with timely access to the quality health care that they deserve. Republi-

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Kim Baine, who owns the Campbell County franchise of Kona Ice with her husband Chris, serves a snow cone to Carter Schabell, a member of the YMCA's pre-school camp. Schabell is with camp counselor, Beth Pelgen.

Kona Ice offers family atmosphere, fun Since last June, Chris and Kim Baine have been seen throughout Campbell County, always leaving behind some smiles. The couple owns a franchise of Kona Ice trucks that sell snow cones and ice cream. “We’ve been looking to start our own business for years, but we were very particular about what we wanted to do,” said Chris. “We really like the whole family atmosphere that is generated by Kona Ice.” Chris said his family really cares about the community and it makes the family happy to serve the residents and make them happy.

From April through October, Kim said the truck travels throughout the whole county, spending a lot of time at parks and camps and helping raise money for local school and charities. “Campbell County has really embraced us,” said Chris. “We are very grateful for the families who have trusted us and supported us.” In the future, the Baines said they hope to expand their franchise and get more trucks, but stay in the Campbell County area. “We have lived all over the country, and we’re here because we choose to live here because we love it here,” Chris said.

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The Campbell County High School 4x200 girls’ track team, made up of Anna Carrigan, Christian Heilman, Katie Kitchen and Paige Yenter, accepts first place at the Kentucky state track meet.

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Mercy Montessori Center’s future marathoners gear up for the Flying Pig Kid’s Marathon. The school group logged 25 miles prior to race day and participated in challenges promoting healthy eating and exercise habits for life. From left are Courtney Keesee of Hyde Park, Isabella Walker, Julia Kiefer of Bellevue, Ky., Will Bronsil of Anderson Township, Elliot Hull, Cade Walker, Hank Perry of Mt. Washington, Nathan Keesee of Hyde Park and Isobel Glass of Hyde Park.

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Adam Meredith, a senior at Campbell County High School, signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Georgetown College.

The Northern Kentucky Elite Real Deal Athletics ninth-grade AAU team celebrates winning first Place (Division II) at Kings Island Memorial Tournament. Team members are, in front from left, Sam Riddle, Tyler Cornelison and Alex Clemons. In back, from left are Coach Ryan Brown, Chris Henderson, David Prescott, Justin Saunders, Bubby Webster, Darius Meiman, Jonathon Schoonover, Aaron Spencer, Tyler Cohorn and Coach Mike Hester. Not pictured is Louis Maniacci.

Moms become McVolunteers Antique Show

Find what you are looking for at one of Northern Kentucky’s biggest antique shows Sunday, July 19, at the Burlington Antique Show. The Burlington Antique show is held at the Boone County Fairgrounds, 5819 Idlewild Road, on the third Sunday of every month. More than 300 vendors will be on hand with antiques and vintage collectibles. Regular show hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Early shopping is available from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. The cost is $5 to enter early, while it costs $3 to enter the show after 8 a.m. For information, visit www.burlingtonantiqueshow.com.

Sushi for beginners

Learn how to roll your own sushi during a hands-on class at the Party Source in Bellevue Monday, July 20, 2009 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Chef Myint will show his students the basics of the equipment, technique and ingredients that go into making sushi from home. The cost for class is $50. For more information, visit www.thepartysource.com or call 291-4007.

Support a local band

Covington-based band, Crashing Plains, will have a CD release show at the Madison Theater Saturday, July 18, at 8 p.m. The band will be giving out a three-song demo CD at the show for free, but will be taking donations in hope to record a full-length debut album in studio. To find out more, visit www.myspace.com/crashingplains.

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24 and hamburgers and hot dogs last Saturday. In addition to contributions Karen from moms, a large amount of garlic Gutiérrez toast was donated • A couple gallons of marinara sauce is really managing by Tony Thompson, heavy. editor general manager of the LaRosa’s at • Spaghetti will be a cincinnati.momslikeme.com Fourth and Madison gloopy mess if you don’t streets in Covingcoat it with something. ton. • Homemade desserts “I feel so thankmake up for a lot. ful for our Children’s • Moms and dads have a Hospital, and I love what Ronald huge heart for other families in need. McDonald House does for the families Twice now, members of Cincy- there,” Brehm said. “I think that this MomsLikeMe.com have donated, pre- is a wonderful way to give back to our pared and served dinner for families community.” It’s also a way to get young people staying at Ronald McDonald House while their children receive care at involved. They can help in the kitchen Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical before and after dinner. When it’s over, staff people at Center. Doing the meals is a great way to Ronald McDonald House give volunhave a tangible impact on people in teers a tour of the building, so everyneed, as well as introduce children to one learns more about the services provided to families. volunteering. We recommend it! For more information on getting Our efforts began when a Delhi mom, Elisha Brehm, read a post on involved, go to www.rmhcincinnati.˜ our site by a representative of Ronald org and click on “Ways to Volunteer.” The coordinator of meals and McDonald House. Brehm and another mom, Jenn activities is Lisa Davis, at 513-636Wilson of Alexandria, initiated the 2760. Volunteers and donors from Cincyproject, kept track of who was donating what, and made sure we had MomsLikeMe.com included Teresa Alexander of Amelia; Jennifer Arey of enough helping hands. Our members served spaghetti June Westwood; Elisha and Chad Brehm Things we learned while cooking dinner for 125 people at Ronald McDonald House:

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Tri-State Photographic Society, 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service, 3500 Alexandria Pike, Club meetings include programs, photo competition, social contact, and networking on photography. Presented by Tri-State Photographic Society. 635-2228. Highland Heights.

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Campbell County Farmers’ MarketAlexandria, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Southern Lanes Sports Center, 7634 Alexandria Pike, Parking lot. Includes produce, plants, flowers, jams, jellies, honey and arts and crafts. Presented by Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service. 572-2600. Alexandria.

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The Garden, noon-4 p.m. Passionate Arts Center, 31-33 W. Pike St. Paintings and jewelry by Paula Peake, Kinetic Sculpture by Daniel Batson and mixed media by Barbie Jones and many others. Additional hours by appointment through July 30. 393-8358. Covington. Drawings by Taron Jordan, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Reality Tuesday Cafe, 261-4939. Park Hills. Visions of Kentucky, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Frank Duveneck Arts & Cultural Center, 491-3942. Covington.

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Disney Night, 6 p.m. Vito’s Cafe, 654 Highland Ave. Suite 29, Kids eat free. Servers sing Disney songs. Reservations required. 4429444. Fort Thomas.

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Carolann Ames and Band, 8 p.m. Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center, 620 Greenup St. Photographs of Ames shot for album by a WNKU-FM DJ for sale. Photo sales and concert benefits Baker Hunt Foundation. $12. 431-0020. Covington.

MUSIC - POP

M42, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Newport on the Levee, 1 Levee Way, Five-piece pop/rock band. 2910550. Newport.

MUSIC - ROCK

Big Rock Club, 9:30 p.m. Olde Fort Thomas Pub, 1041 S. Fort Thomas Ave. $3. 4411927. Fort Thomas. Benjy Davis, 9 p.m. Southgate House, 24 E. Third St. Ballroom. With Tony Lucca. Ages 18 and up. $12, $10 advance. Presented by JBM Promotions, Inc.. 513-779-9462. Newport.

ON STAGE - COMEDY

John Morgan, 8 p.m. $14 and 10:15 p.m. $14. Funny Bone Comedy Club, Newport on the Levee, Through July 19. 957-2000. Newport. The Recession Proof Comedy Show, 8 p.m. Monmouth Theatre, 636 Monmouth St. Featuring Steve Booth and Dave Hyden from the Doritos Super Bowl commercial. Sketch comedy, illusions, stand-up and music. $10. Through Aug. 7. 655-9140. Newport.

In The Dark, noon-9 p.m. Newport on the Levee, 513-287-7000. Newport. Jellyfish Gallery, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Frog Bog, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Penguin Parade, 9:15 a.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport.

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Freedom Dancers, 7:30 p.m. Florence Christian Church, 300 Main St. Plus level Western style square dance club for experienced dancers. $5. Presented by Southwestern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Square Dancers Federation. 513-929-2427. Florence.

COOKING CLASSES

Cork and Fork Cooking Class, 2 p.m. Argentine Bean Bistro and Wine Bar, 2875 Town Center Blvd. Cooking demonstrations with wine pairings. With Arthur Leech. $30. Reservations required. 426-1042. Crestview Hills.

DANCE CLASSES

Zumba Fitness, 10 a.m. Frank Duveneck Arts & Cultural Center, 1232 Greenup St. Dance to variety of Latin rhythms. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Beginners welcome. $5. 491-3942. Covington.

James Claypool, noon-2 p.m. Kentucky Haus Artisan Center, 411 E. 10th St. Author discusses and signs “Our Fellow Kentuckians Rascals, Heroes and Just Plain UNCommon Folk. 261-4287. Newport.

MUSIC - COUNTRY

Pokey LaFarge & The South City Three, 9 p.m. Southgate House, 24 E. Third St. Lounge. Ages 21 and up. 431-2201. Newport.

ON STAGE - COMEDY

John Morgan, 7:30 p.m. $14. and 10 p.m. $14. Funny Bone Comedy Club, 957-2000. Newport.

ON STAGE - THEATER

I Love a Piano, 8 p.m. Stauss Theatre, 5725464. Highland Heights. Best of Shadowbox, 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Shadowbox Cabaret, 957-7625. Newport.

TOURS

Campbell County Backroads Farm Tour, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Campbell County Conservation District, 8351 E Main St. Suite 104, Selfguided auto tour may begin from any one of 16 farms in county. See http://home.fuse.net/campbellcd for locations to pick up maps. Free. 635-9587. Alexandria. S U N D A Y, J U L Y 1 9

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In The Dark, noon-6 p.m. Newport on the Levee, 513-287-7000. Newport. Jellyfish Gallery, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Frog Bog, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Penguin Parade, 9:15 a.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Preschool Story Time, 10 a.m. Newport Branch Library, 901 E. Sixth St. Stories, songs and crafts. Ages 4-5. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 781-6166. Newport. Pajama Story Time, 7 p.m. Fort Thomas-Carrico Branch Library, 1000 Highland Ave. Stories, songs and activities. Ages 3 and up. Registration required. 572-5033. Fort Thomas.

ON STAGE - THEATER

I Love a Piano, 8 p.m. Stauss Theatre, Nunn Drive, Fine Arts Center 101, Story of centuryold piano told through songs of Irving Berlin. Dinner service begins 90 minutes before curtain. $29 includes dinner; $15 performance only. Reservations required. Through July 26. 572-5464. Highland Heights. Best of Shadowbox, 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Shadowbox Cabaret, Newport on the Levee, Sketch comedy shorts and music by BillWho? $30, $20 seniors and students. Reservations recommended. Through Sept. 5. 957-7625. Newport.

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MUSIC - ACOUSTIC FARMERS MARKET

Northern Kentucky Regional Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. MainStrasse Village, Main Street, Promenade. Mushrooms, onions, apples, baked goods, pumpkins, cut flowers and more. 292-2163. Covington. Campbell County Farmers’ Market-Newport, 9 a.m.-noon, Historic Newport Business District, Monmouth Street, At 7th and Monmouth streets. Includes produce, plants, flowers, jams, jellies, honey and arts and crafts. 572-2600. Newport.

Open Acoustic Jam, 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Willis Music Store Performance Hall, 7567 Mall Road, Join and jam. All levels welcome. Free. 525-6050. Florence.

MUSIC - BLUES

Open Blues Jam with Them Bones, 8 p.m. Mansion Hill Tavern, 502 Washington Ave. Ages 21 and up. 581-0100. Newport.

ON STAGE - COMEDY

John Morgan, 7:30 p.m. $12. Funny Bone Comedy Club, 957-2000. Newport.

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David Cook will be performing at the Madison Theater in Covington Monday, July 20. Cook, who was made famous by winning the seventh season of “American Idol,” will be playing music from his self-titled album which features hits “Light On” and “Time of My Life.” The doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. Green River Ordinance will also be performing. Tickets are $32. For more information, visit www.madisontheateronline.com or call 491-2444. M O N D A Y, J U L Y 2 0

ART EXHIBITS

Drawings by Taron Jordan, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Reality Tuesday Cafe, 261-4939. Park Hills. Themes and Revelations, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Artisans Enterprise Center, 292-2322. Covington.

BUSINESS CLASSES

Monday Marketing Masters: Marketing Lecture Series, 6 p.m. “Find, Win and Keep Customers.”, Artisans Enterprise Center, 25 W. Seventh St. For small business operators. Free. 292-2322. Covington.

MUSIC - BLUEGRASS

Bluegrass Jam, 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 112 E. Fourth St. First floor. With Scott Risner. 4916659. Covington.

MUSIC - INDIE

Future Of The Left, 9:30 p.m. Southgate House, 24 E. Third St. Parlour. The Frankl Project and Animal Circles. All ages. $10, $8 advance. 431-2201. Newport.

ON STAGE - COMEDY

In Haus Comedy Night, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Bean Haus, 640 Main St. Local comedians perform. Free. Through Dec. 21. 432-2326. Covington.

SPORTS

Florence Freedom Baseball, 7:05 p.m. vs. Evansville Otters. $1 Monday. Champion Window Field, 7950 Freedom Way, VIP includes wait service. $10 VIP, $8.50, $6 lawn. Presented by Florence Freedom Professional Baseball. 594-4487. Florence. T U E S D A Y, J U L Y 2 1

FARMERS MARKET

Campbell County Farmers’ Market-Highland Heights, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Campbell County Senior Center, 3504 Alexandria Pike, Parking lot. Includes flowers, plants and produce. Presented by Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service. 572-2600. Highland Heights.

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ATTRACTIONS

In The Dark, noon-7 p.m. Newport on the Levee, 513-287-7000. Newport. Jellyfish Gallery, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Frog Bog, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport. Penguin Parade, 9:15 a.m. Newport Aquarium, 261-7444. Newport.

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Civil Air Patrol Squadron Meeting, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. U.S. Army Reserve Center, 90 Carmel Manor, Teaches search and rescue, aerospace and leadership education for adults and children ages 12 and older. Free. Presented by Civil Air Patrol. 802-7101. Fort Thomas.

EDUCATION

Digital Photography, 7 p.m. Displaying, sharing and storing your photos. Cold Spring Branch Library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, With Sara Mahle, lecturer/producer-director from Northern Kentucky University. Bring your own digital camera. Teens and adults. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 781-6166. Cold Spring.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Toddler Story Time, 11 a.m. Fort ThomasCarrico Branch Library, 572-5033. Fort Thomas. Toddler Story Time, 11 a.m. Cold Spring Branch Library, 781-6166. Cold Spring. Preschool Story Time, 1:30 p.m. Fort Thomas-Carrico Branch Library, 572-5033. Fort Thomas. Toddler Story Time, 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Newport Branch Library, 901 E. Sixth St. Stories, songs, finger plays and craft. Ages 2-3. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 572-5035. Newport. Baby Time, 10 a.m. Cold Spring Branch Library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, Clap, sing and bounce with your child. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 781-6166. Cold Spring. Lap Time, 9:30 a.m. Fort Thomas-Carrico Branch Library, 1000 Highland Ave. Quiet rhymes, bounces, lullabies and books with your baby. Ages birth to walkers. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 572-5033. Fort Thomas.

MUSIC - ACOUSTIC

Artist in Residence, 9 p.m. With The Crisp Brothers. Southgate House, 24 E. Third St. Lounge. Ages 21 and up. 431-2201. Newport.

FOOD & DRINK

Party Planning, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Vito’s Cafe, 654 Highland Ave. Suite 29, Includes hors d’oeuvres and champagne. Learn about planning parties at Vito’s. 442-9444. Fort Thomas.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Pajama Story Time, 6:30 p.m. Cold Spring Branch Library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, Ages 3 and up. Free. 781-6166. Cold Spring. Baby Time, 10 a.m. Fort Thomas-Carrico Branch Library, 1000 Highland Ave. Clap, sing and bounce with your child. Ages 2 and under. Free. 781-6166. Fort Thomas.

MUSIC - BLUEGRASS

Hillbilly Thursday, 9 p.m. With Stillhouse Hollow. Southgate House, 24 E. Third St. Lounge. Ages 21 and up. 431-2201. Newport.

MUSIC - CABARET

Don Fangman Sings Sinatra, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Knotty Pine on the Bayou, 6720 Licking Pike. Free. Reservations required. 781-2200. Campbell County.

MUSIC - CONCERTS

Live at the Levee, 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m. With The Rusty Griswolds. Newport on the Levee, 1 Levee Way, Riverwalk Plaza. Summer concert series. 291-0550. Newport.

FOOD & DRINK

Fish Fry, 4:45 p.m.-8 p.m. Newport Elks Lodge, 441-1273. Cold Spring.

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THE NANCY AND DAVID WOLF COLLECTION The Cincinnati Art Museum will host family activities from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 30, at the museum’s Artworld. The exhibit, “Outside the Ordinary,” at the museum through Sept. 13, inspires hands-on, family-friendly activities, including puzzles, sculpture building, art making and more at Artworld. Artworld is free and reservations are not required. Visit www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org. Pictured is “Wall Piece 3644,” by Therman Statom, part of “Outside the Ordinary.”

Toddler Story Time, 10 a.m. Fort ThomasCarrico Branch Library, 1000 Highland Ave. Stories, songs, finger plays and craft. Ages 2-3. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 5725033. Fort Thomas. Toddler Story Time, 10 a.m. Cold Spring Branch Library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, Stories, songs and activities. Ages 2-3. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 781-6166. Cold Spring. Preschool Story Time, 1:30 p.m. Cold Spring Branch Library, 3920 Alexandria Pike, Ages 4-5. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 7816166. Cold Spring. Preschool Story Time, 11 a.m. Fort ThomasCarrico Branch Library, 1000 Highland Ave. Stories, songs, finger plays and craft. Ages 4-5. Free. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 5725033. Fort Thomas. Pajama Story Time, 7 p.m. Newport Branch Library, 901 E. Sixth St. Ages 3 and up. Registration required. Presented by Campbell County Public Library. 572-5035. Newport.

PROVIDED

The Cincinnati Opera presents “Carmen” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 22, and Friday, July 24; and at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 26, at Music Hall. For tickets call 513241-2742 or www.cincinnatiopera.org.


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Death has no favorites – even celebrities die them the same A lot of famous people favoritism we do and have died recently and that back off. bothers us. It bothers us How unsettled we because the fact of death are when we become bothers us terribly. aware that death plays In every life death anxino favorites. ety is operative in great and The day of our small ways. Leavings and death losings are not on our agenFather Lou thought ofisas faralways off. da. Guntzelman The day we come to And the second reason we’re bothered over these Perspectives know we will eventually die – not know it recent deaths is because they have shattered our supposi- merely in our minds but realize it in our hearts – that day is the day tions. We suppose that if a person we become a philosopher. Thereafter we pose momentous has prestige, wealth, celebrity and popularity that those facts bring questions to ourselves and it takes with them a certain degree of the rest of our lives to answer them. immortality. It’s a sad occurrence when We suppose important people (presuming they are) have a favored people never even let charmed life and are too important themselves get to the questions. Among the questions that arise to lose. Death is supposed to show are ones such as: How should I

live knowing I will die some day? Why love anyone at all if they can be taken away from me, and I from them? Is it better to be cautious and avoid the risk of great love for someone in order to be safe from the heartache of grief? Is there more life after this world’s life that is even more desirable, or is there only disintegration and dry nothingness? Is there a God who created me, loves me, and keeps me alive eternally? The alternative to struggling with questions such as these is to employ certain defenses against the questions ever arising. Hedonism says we can become impervious to death anxiety if we “eat, drink, and be merry.” Denial says, “Just don’t think about it and keep busy.” Agnostic practicality asks,

“Why try to live life wholeheartedly if it will all end?” Ernest Becker acknowledges this strange way of thinking: “The irony of man’s condition is that the deepest need is to be free of the anxiety of death and annihilation; but it is life itself which awakens it, and so we shrink from being fully alive.” Will it help us diminish death anxiety if we draw back from life, from deeply loving, from compassion and enjoyment and closeness to another person? The answer - like so many other answers – is another of life’s paradoxes. Knowing death will come for us some day is the very factor that makes it possible for us to live life now in an authentic fashion. For what is limited is precious, what is plentiful becomes cheap. Knowing our years are limited

urges us to appreciate their preciousness. Death – rather being only a cause of bleak pessimism – ought to be a catalyst to enjoy authentic life modes now. Poet Mary Oliver puts it well: When it’s over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married to amazement. I was the bridegroom taking the world into my arms. … I don’t want to end up simply having visited this world. Father Lou Guntzelman is a Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Reach him at columns@community press.com or contact him directly at P.O. Box 428541, Cincinnati, OH 45242. Please include a mailing address or fax number if you wish for him to respond.

Use cash instead of debit to avoid overdraft charges The nation’s banks continue to raise fees on everything from credit cards to checking accounts. Banks say they need the money to make up for losses they incur during this recession. But customers and consumer groups are crying foul. Banks have come under much criticism for making it easy for customers to spend more money than they have in their account so they can assess overdraft fees. People like Bridget Felts of Milford are furious. She received three overdraft charges recently and said it’s

not fair. “This was for a total of a negative $5.90, and they are chargme, Howard Ain ing with one Hey Howard! fee that w a s already taken off, $104 – for $5.90. I was just dumbfounded,” Felts said. Felts’ bank had agreed to drop one charge, but not the other two. “It’s a negative $5.90, from what they’re telling me

because, if you look at the statement, it shows I have money the whole time – it never went negative. But they keep saying, ‘It’s for pending. It’s for pending,’ ” she said. The “pending” charges are for two debit card purchases of less than $5 each. “We budget our biweekly checks to the penny so $104, that’s our grocery money, that’s our gas in our car. It’s devastating. I was literally begging these people to give me my money back,” Felts said. After several calls the bank agreed to return the

fees, but Felts said what happened is wrong. “The punishment should fit the crime. If there’s a negative $5.90 balance, $104 is absurd, it’s absolutely ridiculous … It’s not right. It can take months for families to recoup these losses,” Felts said. “I’m a family of five, every penny counts, and they’re just taking it like, ‘Oh, it’s no big deal,’ ” she said. As with others I’ve seen in this situation, most of the overdraft fees are caused by the use of a debit card. Instead of putting those

small charges on her debit card she could have paid cash, and Felts says she’s now learned her lesson. “Use cash. People need to start using cash more often,” she said. Felts said the government is enacting new credit card laws and should reevaluate what the banks are doing. The Federal Reserve is now deciding whether to crack down on automatic overdraft protection. A rule is expected later this year that would prevent banks from manipulating the order of checks and deb-

its so they maximize overdraft fees. Meanwhile, Congress is also listening to consumers and a proposal there would require banks to tell customers when they are at risk of incurring overdraft fees at an ATM machine or cash register so they can cancel the transaction. Troubleshooter Howard Ain answers consumer complaints and questions weekdays at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts on WKRC-TV Local 12. You can write to him at Hey Howard, 12 WKRC-TV, 1906 Highland Ave., Cincinnati 45219.


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Kids with egg, dairy allergy can still eat cake One of the most fun things about writing this column is the feedback I get from you. No matter where I am, whether it’s the grocery store, Macy’s, teaching a class or speaking to a group, someone comes up and mentions my column. I have Rita a l w a y s Heikenfeld b e l i e v e d Rita’s kitchen t h a t ’ s because this column isn’t just about food: it’s a “place� where we gather each week and share recipes, memories, tips, opinions. A good example of this is Michelle Smith, a New Richmond reader, who requested an eggless cake for son Ethan’s 4th birthday. Clermont County reader Annie Hoffman, a cottage baker, came to the rescue. The bonus is the cake is dairy-free, too.

Annie’s dairy-free, eggless chocolate cake

Annie says, “The kids will love this cake.� Will make 26 cupcakes, a 9-by-13 pan, a 12-by-9 pan or even an 8-by-8 pan. Annie likes to use a 12by-9 pan or 8-by-8 square for thicker cake. Just adjust the baking time: 18 to 20 minutes for cupcakes; start testing cakes about 25 minutes. When toothpick inserted in center comes out clean, it’s done. Don’t overbake. Temperature: 350 degrees for all. 3 cups all purpose flour 2 cups sugar 6 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 ⠄3 cup Canola (she uses Kroger) oil 2 cups water 2 tablespoons white/ clear vinegar 2 teaspoons vanilla Combine dry ingredients

in one bowl. Combine wet ingredients together in one bowl. Mix both together and beat until smooth. Pour into sprayed pan. Annie says cupcakes won’t be very tall but will be very moist.

Dairy-free fluffy frosting

Use vegetable shortening, not Crisco or any shortening that’s non-hydrogenated (Annie says it slides off the cake due to formula change to make it non-hydrogenated – it’s OK for cupcakes but will slide off sides of cake), so use Kroger or other store, generic brand that says vegetable shortening/hydrogenated. See my tip below. Use any flavor extract you like. 1

⠄2 cup vegetable shortening 4 cups powdered sugar, sifted 5 tablespoons water 1 ⠄2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 ⠄2 teaspoon almond extract (opt.) 1 ⠄4 teaspoon butter flavoring (Wilton brand since it’s a

clear color) – opt. Put everything in bowl. Mix on low to incorporate. Scrape, then turn on medium for eight minutes. This will incorporate air so don’t skip this step – otherwise you’ll wind up with sugary, not fluffy, frosting. Makes 4 cups. Refrigerates up to six weeks – bring to room temp and rewhip on low. Chocolate: Start adding cocoa powder to taste, and, if necessary, a bit more water. “Makes the fudgiest frosting.�

On the Web

For another good eggless recipe plus tips on making a box cake eggless/dairy-free, log onto my Web version of this column at www.communitypress.com or call 513-591-6163 and leave your name and address.

Tip from Rita’s kitchen

Trouble with shortening: If you’ve experienced trouble with recipes using non-hydrogenated shorten-

ing (that makes it healthier), switch back to hydrogenated. Seems like most trouble is with pie crusts/frostings. I know, I know, hydrogenated shortening is not as healthy as non-hydrogenated but really, it’s not something any of us eat on a daily basis. Annie and I agree you should use what makes your recipes taste and look great. Otherwise, you’re wasting money, time and compromising flavor and appearance.

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For Mrs. Whitmer and several others. Go to taste on vinegar, sugar, lemon juice. 1

â „3 cup sugar â „2 teaspoon salt 1 â „8 teaspoon pepper 1 â „4 cup milk 1 â „2 cup mayonnaise 1 â „4 cup buttermilk 11â „2 tablespoons distilled white vinegar 21â „2 tablespoons lemon juice 1

8 cups finely chopped cabbage 1 â „4 cup grated carrots Whisk together sugar, salt, pepper, milk, mayo, buttermilk, vinegar and juice until smooth. Add cabbage and carrots and mix well. Refrigerate at least two hours before serving.

Rooting out recipes

• Anderson Township’s Pelican Reef’s slaw • Precinct’s Mac & Cheese I should know soon if the restaurants can share.

Recipe clairfication

Dreamsicle cake: Some readers are confused as to the Kool-Aid called for in the recipe. It’s 1/4 teaspoon and yes, it’'s dry. Rita Nader Heikenfeld is Macy’s certified culinary professional and family herbalist, an educator and author. E-mail her at columns@ communitypress.com with “Rita’s kitchen� in the subject line. Or call 513-248-7130, ext. 356. Visit Rita at www.Abouteating.com.



   

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Meyer Aquascapes prepares for Ponderama 2009

Features 34 water gardens with unique designs Meyer Aquascapes announced plans for their seventh annual Pondarama 2009. Thirty-four beautiful

water features where homeowners are opening their piece of paradise so others can experience the joys and beauty of water gardening.

The home of Brenda and Gary Helton of Cold Spring.

The home of Dave and Terri Jager of Fort Thomas.

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Water features are located in Anderson, Amberley, Blue Ash, Cleves/Bridgetown, Colerain, Delhi/ Green Township, Evendale, Harrison, Liberty Township, Loveland, Milford, Morrow, North Bend, Reading and in the following communities in Kentucky; Boone County, Cold Spring, Covington, Fort Mitchell, Fort Thomas and Taylor Mill. Join us for a two-day, self-guided tour of water gardens that display ecologically balanced ponds of various sizes and shapes and pondless waterfalls and streams. Tour begins on Saturday, July 25 and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, July 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine. Selected features will be open Saturday evening for night viewing. Thirteen new additions to the tour this year. There is something for everybody. We have nine pondless waterfalls with streams ranging from 10 feet to 55 feet, twenty-five ponds and five bubbling rocks. The pond tour includes countless beautiful waterfalls and many streams with cascading water and many colorful fish, water plants and flowers. The scenic landscaped gardens compliment these

water features. Come sit on the benches and watch the dragonflies, frogs, and fish and view the beautiful lilies blooming in the afternoon. Folks are encouraged to bring their cameras and just enjoy a relaxing day in someone’s paradise. If you are dreaming of a water feature, then this is the tour for you. This is the largest garden tour in the area. Grouped in four sections so you can choose to drive 40 to 60 miles or do the full tour. The two-day admission price has been waived this year and is free. A brochure and maps can be found online at www.aquascapes.com under the Pondarama icon. The tour brochure can also be picked up at the following garden centers. Bard Nursery in Amelia, Berns Garden Center in Middletown, Cyndi’s Garden Center on Rt 50 in Elizabethtown, Delhi Garden Center in Tri-County and West Chester, Lakeview Garden Center in Fairfield, Robben Florists in Delhi,

The home of Winston and Susie Faircloth of Cold Spring. Plants by Wolfangel on Beechmont Ave., and White Oak Garden Center on Blue Rock Rd. In Kentucky tickets are at Fort Thomas Nursery, Highland Garden Center on Alexandria Pike, Jackson Florist on Madison Ave in Covington and Maddox Garden Center in Florence. July 25-26 brochures can be picked up at Meyer Aquascapes Headquarters, 11011 Sand Run Road, in Whitewater Township. Dan Meyer, owner of

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Meyer Aquascapes has been installing custom Aquascape products for the last 12 years. He is a certified contractor with Aquascape, Inc. and is an affiliated member of the Better Business Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce. For further information about the Aquascapes Ponds or to download the brochure go to www.aquascapes.com click on Pondarama or call 513-9418500.

Miller to lead home builders strong community ties. His father, Jack Miller, was the past president of the Home Builders in the ’80s and president of the State Home Builders Association in the ’90s. His mother Jean was a past president of the Woman Council of the State Home Builders Association and the National Woman’s Council President. “I am very excited to serve such a long standing and vital organization such as the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky,” said Miller. “This association has an impres-

sive history of representing the men and women who work to help our neighbors realize the American Dream; the dream of homeownership. My focus is to help the organization set a path that leads the homebuilding, development and home and garden industry into continued success in the future.” Miller has a degree from Eastern Kentucky University and has been very involved with Salvation Army of Louisville and the Louisville Army Boys & Girls Club of Louisville. Brian and his wife, Jenny, have four young girls.

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District seeks input on development strategy The Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD) is seeking public input on the update to its Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDs) for Northern Kentucky. The strategy covers all eight counties of the NKADD. The CEDS helps guide economic development efforts at the NKADD. The NKADD is recognized by the Economic Development Administration as the Economic Development District for the region. A copy of the CEDS is available for public inspection at the offices of the

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NKADD during normal business hours at 22 Spiral Drive, Florence, Ky. 41042. A copy is also available at www.NKADD.org. If any individual or organization has comments, questions, suggestions, or changes to the CEDS, they can do one of the following: • E-mail comments to NKADD@NKADD.org • Mail comments to Robert Schrage, Assistant Director, NKADD, 22 Spiral Drive, Florence, KY 41042; • Or call Robert Schrage, 859-283-1885. Comments may be made through Aug. 14.

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Air Force Tech. Sgt. Paul D. Lindsey is one of 14 recruiters honored at the Air Force Recruiting Service's Operation Blue Suit for 2008, the premier event of the recruiting service headquartered at Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Top recruiters from around the world are recognized for outstanding performance of recruiting a diverse, highly-qualified volunteer force to fill career fields critical to accomplish the Air Force mission. Operation Blue Suit was initiated in 1979 to help bolster production in critical recruiting areas in Air Force

recruiting. The program recognizes top enlisted accession recruiters, officer accessions recruiters, flight chiefs, and other recruiting initiatives in various career fields needed to meet Air Force manpower requirements. Recruiters met their enlistment goals for the ninth consecutive year in 2008 despite the challenging times facing our nation's military servicemembers. The winners are nominated by their assigned recruiting groups and selected by a board based upon their performance in meeting assigned recruiting goals, leadership qualities, and other professional traits.

Lindsey is a recruiter assigned to the 338th Recruiter Squadron at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio. The recruiter has served in the military for 13 years. He is the son of Raymond J. and Michele J. Jones of Muinn Road, Butler, Ky. The technical sergeant is a 1993 graduate of Campbell County High School. Lindsey received a bachelor's degree in 2003 from the University of Cincinnati.

Basic combat training

Army National Guard Pvt. Michael T. McNay has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. He is the grandson of Bill Pangburn of California and son of Karen Pyles of Alexandria. McNay is a 2006 graduate of Pendleton County High School, Falmouth.

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Alexandria Recorder

July 16, 2009

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Mentoring

Mentor a Covington Elementary Student or Holmes Middle School student through Covington Partners in Prevention, Covington. Call 859-392-3182. Reach out. Become a mentor to a Covington youth. School based mentoring programs are offered at elementary schools in Covington. Adults meet with a student once a week during the school day (8-3) for an 30-45 minutes, usually during the students lunch period. Mentors listen, support, befriend, and encourage local youth. A one year commitment is required. Background checks are required of all volunteers. One-on-one training is provided with a program coordinator before volunteers start to meet with students. On-site program coordinators are available for on going support.

Silverlake Splash & Dash

Scarf It Up For Those In Need, Erlanger. Call 859-802-4881. This is a 5K Run, Walk or Swim & Run with all registration fees will be donated to Scarf It Up We need volunteers to man the water table at this event

Live at the Levee Volunteers

Brighton Center Inc., Newport. Call 859-491-8303. Volunteers are needed to work beer booth at Newport on the Levee's, Live at the Levee, a summer concert series. 12 Volunteers are needed on Thursday nights starting June 18th and ending August 5th, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Thrift housewares store clerk

Be Concerned, Inc, Covington. Call 859-291-1340. Wait on customers on Monday mornings and during the day in Be Concerned's thrift housewares store. Take money for purchases, make change, straighten up items on shelves.

Fill-in driver

Be Concerned, Inc, Covington. Call 859-291-1340. Drive agency van to pick up donated food from Kroger, Remke, other suppliers and return to the agency. Drivers needed weekday mornings to fill in for regular drivers while they are away.

Vehicle spruce up

Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Vacuum, wash and clean one or all nine of our vehicles.

Play Ball!

Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Baseball game-- Play a huge game of baseball in cafeteria Redwood style--(wiffle ball bat and large kick ball) The group could bring baseball music, help the clients bat, run bases and cheer. Redwood serves children and adults with multiple and sever disabilities.

Emergency Grocery Give-Away

Shoulder To Shoulder Inc., Newport. Call 859-371-0444. Package up groceries for individual families from the food collected by Shoulder To Shoulder, Inc. Deliver the groceries to the homes of families that need them.

Drama coach

Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Assist the Dietary Supervisor with collecting free donations from various sources, including St. Vincent DePaul, Remkes and Action Ministries.

Job Exploration Leader

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Guide and inform members in the skills needed to search for and fulfill various careers or jobs they may be interested in.

Cooking Class Leader

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Lead basic cooking classes for members. Teach importance of safe cooking techniques, as well as healthful eating.

Creative Writting Leader

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Help members utilize their creativity in their writing. Assist with writing homework, as well as projects members want to explore independently.

Dance Instructor

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Teach members dance routines and fundamentals of dance. Work with members to take their ideas and create a routine.

Craft/Art room helper

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Create craft and art projects for members. Set up and assist members with the projects.

Sports coaches

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Volunteers needed to teach all sports to members, play with them, and reinforce positive sportsmanship.

Cheerleading Coach

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Coach members in basics of cheerleading. Help construct routines, maintain safety, and organize activities. Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Work with kids to help them learn to read and improve reading ability.

Tutor - Math

Boys & Girls Clubs-, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Assist members with understanding math homework, and work with them to strengthen their understanding of the subject. Needed for members of all ages (6-18).

Clerical Assistance

The Point/ARC of Northern Kentucky, Covington. Call 859-491-9191. We could always use assistance in our administrative offices in Covington with clerical tasks--primarily assisting our Outreach Director/Advocate who works with school-aged students. We also would like help answering phones.

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Adopt a Garden

Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Adopt any of the gardening beds, from small to large. Spruce it up through weeding, trimming, purchasing and planting brightly colored annuals, and mulching.

The Pet Castle, Inc. Animal Rescue, Florence. Call 859-760-7098. Description Wanted: Foster care providers for pets in need, If you love and care about animals and want to help them enjoy the lives they deserve, please become a foster-care provider today. You may be asked to give a few days or weeks of your time. to the pet who benefits, it means a lifetime. Providing foster care, and you don't have to be an "expert" about animals. We provide food, medication and veterinary care. As a foster-care provider, you're asked to give love, care and time in a safe and nurturing environment. Each case is different. But in all cases, you're giving a pet the second chance he or she deserves. Animals can be brought back to the center during the time you are at work, etc. and pick up to be taken back home in the evening. Giving an animal the opportunity to get out of a cage and spend time with a family at night/evening, your days off. TPC is now working on having a seven day a week adoption center at PetsMart in Florence. Foster parents can drop off the animal for a few hours/during the time you are at work, and allow the general public an opportunity to meet and greet. If not, adopted, he or she may return to your home. We are needing more foster parents to be able to offer the positive atmosphere for the animals. We do not want to leave the animals over night (some cats may stay) but kittens, dogs and puppies should be able to destress each day from the center a minimum of two days a week a foster pet would be required to show at the center, in Florence, for a minimum of four hours each day.

More than 80 strong, ESCC's volunteers are retired and active professionals and business managers who serve as consultants, counselors, advisors, facilitators, trainers and mentors. We provide our members with training in all areas of services we offer, such as Consulting Skills, Board Development, Strategic Planning, Outcomes Assessment -- and more. Many of our volunteers travel, are active in other organizations, or have other commitments. Therefore, we are flexible and open to the type of commitment you wish to make. Some members devote extensive hours to projects during the months they are in town and others chose to select fewer projects on which to work. Founded in 1995, ESCC has served more than 450 clients in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Special Olympics - NKY, Florence. Call 859-525-7705. Need golf partners to work with Special Olympic athletes at the World of Sports in Florence. NEED to commit to the season. Play every other week starting in June 2009 end September 2009

Cage Setters

The Pet Castle, Inc. Animal Rescue, Florence. Call 859-760-7098. To bring down and set up dog crates at PetsMart in Florence, KY on Friday nights before an adoption event and someone to break them down and out them up after the event. Adoption events are on the Second Saturday of every month. We need two volunteers to set up on Fridays and two volunteers to break down on Saturdays

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Brighton Center Inc., Newport. Call 859-491-8303. RSVP offers a full range of volunteer oportunities in the Northern Kentucky community for individuals 55 and over. Locations include libraries, hospitals, museums, local schools and social services agencies. Benefits include mileage reimbursement, supplemental accident insurance, appreciation events and recognition from the State of Kentucky Governor's office.

Saturday Clothing Closet Donation Assistance

Brighton Center Inc., Newport. Call 859.491.8303. Assist in the Clothing Closet with receiving and sorting donations on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati, Cincinnati. Call 513-791-6230. Executive Service Corps of Cincinnati (ESCC) is a non-profit organization of volunteer consultants dedicated to improving the quality of life in the nonprofit community in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. Volunteer members are like-minded men and women who are committed to helping public service organizations operate more efficiently to effectively serve their constituents.

Quality Control Volunteer

Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Do you like everything to be perfecr? We are looking for perfectionists to volunteer to help check the accuracy of work products assembled by adults with disabilities.

Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps - NK MRC

Northern Kentucky Health Department, Edgewood. Call 859-3632009. The Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps (NKMRC) is composed of volunteers from the counties that the Northern Kentucky Health Department serves: Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Kenton counties. Volunteers can register to be available to assist in the event of a public health emergency. Rescue Our Shelter Animals and Strays, Inc. (ROSA'S), Alexandria. Call 859-694-7672. Can you sew, knit or crochet? If your answer is yes to any or all then you need to contact us at rosasrescue@yahoo.com because we have several cats/kittens dogs/puppies that are in need of crate beds and hammocks. We can furnish supplies if needed and patterns. So what are you waiting for? It is going into winter months

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Redwood Center, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-331-0880 . Do you enjoy meeting and greeting people? Helping to take care of our guests and clients as they enter the building is a fun and rewarding position. Redwood is now seeking volunteers to help coordinate guests and assist clients when they enter the building.

Educator for Tutor Training

Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, Covington. Call 859581-6607. With the support of LINK, the trainer will hold monthly trainings for volunteers who are tutoring adult learners. Opportunity to tailor curriculum & provide vital input to the LINK program.

Cat Cage Cleaner

Kentucky Tails, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859795-1868. Some of our cats live at the Florence Petsmart. We need help with keeping their litter boxes cleaned out and making sure they have plenty of food and water. We need volunteers who can devote at least a couple of hours once a week. This cleaning can be done during Petsmart's normal business hours. Training is provided.

Golden Anniversary

Congratulations to John and Rosalie Jarman of Elsmere, Kentucky, who celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on July 11, 2009.

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HOLY FAMILY ECUMENICAL

CATHOLIC CHURCH + USA Center and Taylor Streets, Bellevue, KY Mass offered on Saturdays at 5:00 PM

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington, Covington. Call 859-5818974. volunteer to interact with community businesses and partners to acquire donations and gifts for the annual fundraiser.

"All Christians are invited to worship together and receive Holy Communion at the table of the Lor d" Rev. Ed Kuhlman

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Gift Shop Cashier

St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood. Call 859-301-2140. To staff the Gift Shop and providing service to all customers. Accept responsibility for shop operation and ringing in all sales on the register. Weekend Volunteers needed.

GLORIA DEI LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) Pastor Vicki T. Garber www.gloriadei-nky.org Sunday Worship (Summer Schedule): Traditional............8:00 & 11:00 am Contemporary Outdoor (in the new meditative garden)....9:00 am Contemplative........5:30 pm Holy Communion at all services 2718 Dixie Hwy., Crestview Hills, KY 859-331-4694

Graphic Design/Digital Arts Specialist

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Assist Members with learning about graphic design and digital arts.

Photography Teacher

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Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Help teach youth how to do photography. Assist with preparation for National Photography contest.

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Field Trip Chaperone

Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Help supervise youth during regular field trips to arts, cultural enrichment, fun and educational venues.

Adult Independence Entrance Volunteer Receptionist

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Game Room Volunteer

The Pet Castle, Inc. Animal Rescue, Florence. Call 859-760-7098. TPC is looking for people interested in becoming an Adoption Counselors. An adoption counselor is trained to review applications and determine if the potential adopter is a responsible pet owner who meets our requirements for adoption. You will be required to approve and deny applicants. Counselors also perform any vet checks and check with landlords to make sure adopters live where pets are allowed. Becoming a counselor does involve a training period of assisting other counselors to gain experience with the adoption process.

Foster Parents for Dogs or Cats

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Welcome House, Covington. Call 859-431-8717. Volunteers are needed to prepare a meal for the women and children in our shelter. The meal needs to feed 30 people, be made ahead of time and dropped off to our shelter. Ronald McDonald House Charities, Cincinnati. Call 513-636-7642. Prepare grab-n-go bagged breakfast and snacks for our guest families on their way to the hospital.

Adoptions Counselor

American Cancer Society, Ft. Mitchell. Call 859-647-2226. We are looking for volunteers that are interested in helping plan a funfilled event. Volunteers that want to recruit teams, plan games and activities, and plan different aspects of the event. Training provided. Monthly one-hour meetings with the entire committee.

Tutor- Reading

Boys & Girls Clubs-, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Work with Club members to create drama productions at the Clubs and encourage creativity in proforming arts. Boys & Girls Clubs-, Cincinnati. Call 513-421-8909. Interact and assist in supervising teens in the Teen Center at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati.

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July 16, 2009

Chamber announces finalists for 2009 award The Northern Kentucky International Trade Association (NKITA), a program of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, announced the three finalists for the 2009 International Trade Award of Excellence. They are: • General Cable: A Fortune 500 company headquartered in Highland Heights, is a leader in the development, design, manufacture and distribution of cooper, aluminum and fiber optic wire and cable products • Hahn Automation, Inc.: A global company that offers a full range of custom animated manufacturing machinery • NuVo Technologies: Provides superior design, engineering, distribution, and customer support from its corporate offices in Hebron. “The Finalists of the 2009 NKITA International Trade Awards of Excellence are an excellent representation of the entrepreneurial energy and vitality of the business environment of our region,” said Daniele Longo, vice president, Business Development and International Trade for the Chamber. The award is open to members of the Northern

Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, and/or headquartered in Boone, Kenton or Campbell Counties who import or export from their operations in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati USA area based revenue generation, global network, risk mitigation and organizational structure. The winner will be announced at the NKITA Awards Annual Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27., at Metropolitan Club, Covington, featuring State Representative Tanya Pullin and T. James Min II, Esq., Vice President, Int'l Trade Affairs & Compliance, DHL Express (USA) Inc as the keynote speakers for the luncheon. Reservations to attend the luncheon can be made at www.NKYChamber.com. The cost to attend is $30 for members and partners, $40 for future members. For more information on NKITA contact Kelly Jones at 426-3651 or email at kjones@nkychamber.com. The presenting sponsors for the 2009 NKITA Annual Awards Luncheon are Fifth Third and DHL Express. The supporting level sponsor is VonLehman and Company and the event sponsors are Ceva Logistics, KPMG, LLP and Wild Flavors, Inc.

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Friday night fireworks

Jenny See with puppy Sophie of Alexandria and Joan Rowe of Cold Spring enjoy Friday night fireworks in Alexandria.

Northern Kentucky horse show set for Aug. 1 Get an early taste of Equine Competition as the Northern Kentucky Horse Network presents the inaugural All-Breed Horse Show Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Alexandria Fair Grounds, in Alexandria. The show will feature 43 classes for English, Western, Gaited, and Saddle Seat riders, and Arab, Paso Fino, Miniature, Stock, Rocky Mountain and Walking Horses, though all breeds and types of horses are welcome.

Classes are also offered for all riding abilities, from stick horse and lead line classes for the youngest riders, beginning riders, youth riders, assisted riders who participate in horse-related therapy programs, and classes for the seasoned pros. Costume classes for Paso Finos, Arabian Native Costumes, and Funniest/ Most Original will be offered. Northern Kentucky award-winning 4-H drill teams will perform during

short breaks throughout the day. Refreshments will be available on site to be enjoyed in the shade of the Alexandria Fair Grounds’ covered grandstand. Exhibitors may lease stalls beginning Friday evening and camper/trailer hook-ups will be available. Shavings and other horse supplies will be available for purchase on site from local suppliers. Admission and parking is free for spectators. For more information or

Neighborhood Foundations awarded $1 million grant Neighborhood Foundations, formerly known as the Housing Authority of Newport, was awarded a $1 million grant from the Kentucky Department of Local Government to continue their successful homeownership program. The City of Newport will partner with Neighborhood Foundations as the sponsor for the Community Development Block Grant. The grant will be used to continue the revitalization efforts on the 900 block of Hamlet Street in Newport. There are currently three rehabbed houses on the market. The grant money will go toward expanding the Hamlet Street revitalization to include up to nine additional homes for sale, as well as assist in the availability of soft second mortgages for qualified buyers. “We are very appreciative of this grant,” Joe Condit, Executive Director of Neighborhood Foundations said.

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“We've been receiving a lot of recognition for the success of our homeownership program, and we're glad that the Department of Local Government thought highly enough of our program to award us such a significant grant. We are ready to start the rehab process and continue revitalizing the neighborhood.” Buyers of these homes must meet certain income requirements and pass a stringent set of qualifications. With the help of soft second mortgages provided through Neighborhood Foundations, residents completely own the home after just eight years. Neighbors of the properties agree that the program is changing the face of the city, and Neighborhood Foundations' work in Newport was named a top Hope VI program in the nation. For more information about the homes for sale, contact Neighborhood Foundations at 581-2533.

to see a schedule of classes, visit www.NKyHorseNetwork.com, www.NKYEquine.com or call 512-5414. The Northern KY Horse Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the horse population, providing recreational opportunities, encouraging sound management practices, and promoting agritourism and the interests of the local horse industry, through organizing resources and offering educational programs.

BRIEFLY Book signing

As part of the Professional Woman Network, Amber DePrez, founder of Dutchgirl Enterprises, co-authored a women's wellness book titled “Learning to Love Yourself: Self-Esteem for Women.” Along with twentyfour other coaches and consultants, D e P r e z shared her insights on self-confidence, pers o n a l acceptance and building healthy relationships. DePrez will ha ve a book signing from noon to 2 p.m. Aug. 8, at Kentucky Haus, 411 East 10th St.

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Lace up your sneakers, put on some running shorts and head to St. Joseph Catholic Church in Cold Spring for the third annual Blue Jay 5K Run-Walk Aug. 1, the first morning of the annual St. Joseph Festival. The 5K Run-Walk will start at St. Joe Parish, and follow a great course through Cold Spring finishing back at the St. Joe parking lot. This is a flat course ideal for competitive and leisure runners and walkers of all ages. Pre-registration is available by filling out an entry form online by Tuesday, July 28. Registration fee includes T-shirt and race number. Race day registration begins at 8 am. Awards will be given to the top female and male runners as well as the top finisher in each age division. After the race there will be a free kids’ fun run (10 and under) located on the grounds of St. Joseph School. Registration forms and more information can be found at www.sprunning.com.

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Arrest

Joseph Medina, 18, 324 West Eighth St., theft by unlawful taking at 53 Donnermeyer Drive, July 4. Richard Vennemeyer, 41, Unknown, alcohol intoxication in a public place at Fairfield and Berry Avenues, July 6. Michael Behymer, 40, 220 East Fourth St., alcohol intoxication in a public place at 601 Fairfield Ave., July 6. Jeremiah Ross, 27, Homeless, alcohol intoxication in a public place at Bellevue Beach Park, July 8. Ryan Wombles, 18, 2147 Waller Road, theft by unlawful taking at 10 Donneremeyer Drive, July 8. Daniel Melendez, 19, 6711 Bramble Ave. No. 3, warrant at 200 block of Covert Run Pike, July 9. Dominique Dayveon Smith, 19, 114 Memorial Parkway, warrant at 114 Memorial Parkway no. 3, July 9.

CAMPBELL COUNTY Arrest

Walter Harris, 23, 3136 Hackberry St., warrant at U.S. 27 at Commercial Drive, June 21. Andrew N. Hopkins, 20, 1159 Davjo Drive, Apartment 5, fourth degree assault at 1159 DavJo Drive, apartment 5, June 22. Ellis A. Tipton, 45, 107 W. 11th St., Unit 1, prescription controlled substance not in proper container,

| DEATHS | Editor Michelle Shaw | smhaw@nky.com | 578-1053 BIRTHS

Jerry Orem Bradshaw, 69, Dayton, died July 2, 2009, at his home. He was a teacher with the Dayton Schools, organist for St. Paul United Church of Christ, Fort Thomas and member of the National Education Association. Survivors include his son, Barrett Bradshaw of Alexandria; sisters, Elizabeth Carlton of Salisbury, N.C. and Rachel Howard of Covington; brother, James Bradshaw of Winchester; and three grandchildren. Memorials: American Diabetes Association, 644 Linn St., Suite 304, Cincinnati, OH 45203.

Wanda Bush

Wanda L. Bush, 82, Newport, died July 4, 2009, at Baptist Convalescent Center, Newport. She was a licensed practical nurse at Bethesda Hospital, member of Siloam Christian Church in South Shore and Order of Eastern Star. Her son, David H. Bush, died previously. Survivors include her husband, George W. Bush of Melbourne; daughter, Carla Salyer of Morehead; sisters, Freda Owen of Spring, Texas, Wilma Keatley and Anna Nickel of South Shore; brothers, Fred, Harland and Henry Edward Nickell; five grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Burial was in Siloam Cemetery.

Jo Ann Castle

Jo Ann Castle, 73, Independence, died July 4, 2009, at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was a floral designer, member of St. Joseph Church, Cold Spring and won the Women’s Kentucky State Bowling Championship in 1960. Her daughter, Brenda Castle, died in 1996. Survivors include her son, Scott Castle of Clermont, Fla.; daughters, Ramona Sharp of Elgin, Ill. and Julie Schwier of Independence; sisters, Patricia McGrath of Edgewood and Mary Deslongchamps of Sadieville; brothers, Frank Kidney of Alexandria, Stephen Kidney of Florence and David Kidney of Oak Harbor, Ohio; eight grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia, handled the arrangements.

second degree possession of controlled substance - drug unspecified, third degree possession of controlled substance - drug unspecified at Mary Ingles Highway, June 22. Valerie Allen, 25, 4298 Wuebold Lane, operating on suspended license at 1-471 and I-275, June 24. Robert E. Stamper, 46, 104 E. 2nd St., warrant at 104 E. 2nd St., June 24. Todd A. Hibbard, 40, 722 W. 8th St., alcohol intoxication in a public place - first and second offense at 11530 Alexandria Pike, June 26. Michael L. Humphrey, 26, 303 East 21st St., alcohol intoxication in a public place - first and second offense at I-275 at Combs Hehl bridge, June 22.

Incidents/reports Animal complaint

Report of dog attacked in its yard by an unknown dog at 645 Steffen Road, June 26.

Inactive domestic

Reported at First Street, June 23.

Neighbor dispute

Reported at 3003 Daniels Road, June 26. Reported at 1049 Davjo, June 24.

Second degree burglary

Report of door pried open and meat taken from freezer and dog let loose at 9927 Man O' War Circle, June 23.

Theft of gasoline

Report of gas drive-off without paying at 971 Kenton Station Road, June 23.

dria, died July 10, 2009, at Rosedale Manor in Covington. She worked in sales for Lazarus Department Store and was a charter member of Main Street Baptist Church of Alexandria. Her husband, Ralph Field died previously. Survivors include her son, Kirk Field of Alexandria; daughter, Diane Smith of Alexandria; sister, Connie King Smith of Independence; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Burial was in Alexandria Cemetery in Alexandria. Memorials: Main Street Baptist Church, 11093 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, KY 41001.

Herbert Fitzer

Herbert A. Fitzer, 89, Taylor Mill, died July 7, 2009, at Mt. Washington Care Center, Anderson Township. He was a World War II Army veteran who received the Purple Heart, member of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Fort Thomas, Veterans of Foreign Wars 5662 Lawler-Hanlon Post in Newport, Highland Heights Elks, golf assistant at A.J. Jolly Park Golf Course and Fort Mitchell Country Club, golf pro for A.J. Jolly Park Golf Course and commander for the V.F.W. His son, Jeff Fitzer, died previously. Survivors include his sons, David Fitzer of Wilder, Tim Fitzer from the state of California and Rick Fitzer of Manhattan, N.Y.; daughters, Deanna Griggs of Dayton and Sharon Halpin of Taylor Mill; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. Burial was in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North, Williamstown, with honor guard service. Memorials: Campbell Lodge Boys Home, 5161 Skyline Drive, Cold Spring, KY 41076-2099; for St. Paul United Church of Christ, 1 Churchill Drive, Fort Thomas, KY 41075.

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Report of person who borrowed vehicle refused to return it at 1005 Cedar Lane, June 22. Report of dirt bike taken from back of truck overnight at 6125 Ripple Creek, June 22. Report of vehicle taken was found at towing operator at 5247 Four Mile Road, Lot 12, June 24. Report of sign taken from outside property at 7391 Licking Pike, June 23.

Third degree criminal mischief

Report of tires slashed on vehicle at 10521 Michael Drie, unit 6, June 24.

Verbal domestic

Reported at Fairlane Road, June 26.

FORT THOMAS Arrest

Loretta Walker, 48, 14 Rossmore Ave., driving on a suspended license at South Fort Thomas Avenue at Grand Avenue, July 1. Mark Blanton, 25, 2385 Bethel Maple Road, public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia at KY 1120, July 2. Melvin Miller, 49, 925 Happy Lane, giving officer false name or address at 53 Southgate Ave., July 3. Sarah Dababneh, 27, 4246 Cannongate Drive, possession of marijuana at I-471 south, July 6. Zachary Brauning, 21, 401 Fairfield Ave. No. 2, DUI, driving on a suspended license, possession of mari-

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Maybelle D. Jagger, 72, Alexandria, a homemaker, died July 5, 2009, at her home.

juana, possession of drug paraphernalia at 116 Donnelly Drive, July 6. Derek Mcfarland, 22, 234 West Ninth St., alcohol intoxication in a public place, giving officer false name or address at U.S. 27 at Barkley Ridge, July 7. Natasha Walls, 27, 36 Mayfield, alcohol intoxication in a public place, second degree possession of a controlled substance, third degree possession of a controlled substance at Highland Avenue, July 9.

Incidents/reports Second degree burglary

Reported at 619 South Fort Thomas Ave., July 4.

Second degree criminal mischief Reported at 99 Vernon Lane, July 4.

Theft by unlawful taking

Reported at 831 South Grand Ave., July 1. Reported at 92 Alexandria Pike, July 6. Reported at 2367 Memorial Parkway, July 8.

Jack Jones Jr.

Jack “Butch” Jones Jr., 46, Erlanger, died July 8, 2009, St. Elizabeth Florence. He was a customer service representative for Xerox Corp. Survivors include his wife, Darlene Hester Jones; son, Eric Wind of Alexandria; daughter, Rachel Wind of Erlanger; mother, Marilyn Gordon of Florence; sisters, Lucy Gordon and Cindy Donofrio of Elsmere, Carrie Overback of Covington; and two grandchildren. Allison & Rose Funeral Home, Covington, handled the arrangements. Memorials: Kentucky State Park Foundation, Post Office Box 4961, Louisville, KY 40204.

Valerie Moore

Valerie Welch Moore, 61, Cold Spring, died July 7, 2009, at Hospice of the Bluegrass Care Center, Fort Thomas. She worked for Fort Thomas Independent Schools and was a member of First Baptist Church in Westcliff, Colo. Her husband, Doug Moore, died in 2003. Survivors include her daughter, Jennifer Jones of Independence; son, Mike Moore of Fort Thomas, sisters, Sandra Hardy and Janice Austin, both of Grants Lick, Sue Ann Welch of Fayetteville, N.C. and Laura Wahl of Cold Spring; brother, Steve Welch of Burlington; and 10 grandchildren. Burial was in Alexandria Cemetery. Memorials: Hospice of the Bluegrass-Northern Kentucky, 7388 Turfway Road, Florence, KY 41042.

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Jean Nebel, 65, Independence,

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Bobby Lowery, 37, 930 Central Ave. No. 1, fourth degree assault at 930 Central Ave., July 8. Steven Dixon, 25, 1131 Isabella, fourth degree assault at 1131 Isabella, July 7. Yolanda Powell, 35, 342 East 18th St. Apt. 2, theft by unlawful taking at 82 Carothers Road, July 7. Gilbert Stewart, 54, 227 East Ninth St., theft by unlawful taking at 809 Saratoga St., June 25. Johnny Montgomery, 24, 903 Washington Apt. 413, trafficking a controlled substance within 1000 yards of a school at 208 East Ninth St., July 5. Andre Willoughby, 49, 338 Hodge First Floor, alcohol intoxication in a public place at 300 block of Hodge, July 4.

The Community Recorder publishes the names of all adults charged with offenses. The information is a matter of public record and does not imply guilt or innocence. Christopher Tolliver, 23, Homeless, tampering with physical evidence at 400 block of Hater Alley, July 4. Frank Bracey-Turner, 25, 870 Clark St. No. 9, first degree possession of a controlled substance at 400 block of Hater Alley, July 4. Jack Riley, 37, 203 Ohio Ave., first degree possession of a controlled substance at 203 Ohio Ave., July 4. Neil Harrison, 43, 923 Washington, fourth degree assault at 923 Washington, July 4.

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Survivors include her husband, Wayne Jagger; sons, Michael Wayne Jagger of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Stephen Keith Jagger, of Alexandria; and two grandchildren. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate. Cooper Funeral Home, Alexandria, handled the arrangements.

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Fannie Lorena Wurzbacher, 60, Morning View, died July 5, 2009, in Union. She was a cosmetologist for Colonial Beauty Shop, member of St. Cecelia Church in Independence, leader for Girl Scout Troop 292 and a foster parent. Her first husband, Gayle Trumbull, died in 1992. Survivors include her husband, Desmond Wurzbacher of Alexandria; son, Carl W. Fox of Union; daughters, Denise Fox of Dayton, Shawndra Trumbull Buemi of Newport, Ashley Wurzbacher of Morning View and Gina Heeg of Alexandria; parents, Robert and Betty Freeman of Morning View; brother, Wes Freeman of Dayton; sister, Barb Clifford of Morning View; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Burial was in St. Stephen Cemetery, Fort Thomas.

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ummer is in fullswing as kids run through sprinklers, catch fireflies, and slurp down melting popsicles. With all kinds of fun to be had, Hand Me Downs is reminding parents and their children to keep their imaginations and minds active this summer with a good book or two. Known for carrying quality, gently used children’s clothing, toys, furniture, and more, Hand Me Downs supports early reading and is committed to providing their customers with top-notch books and learning tools as well. “We have a special section just for educational books, activities and

supplies,” says owner Judy Hendrick. “From learn-to-read books to adolescent novels, we have something for all levels of readers.” To encourage parents and kids to read this summer, Hand Me Downs is running a special summer reading promotion by taking 20 percent off all books throughout the month of July. If you are looking for ways to beat the heat with fun water activities at the pool, lake, or beach, Hand Me Downs carries a variety of bathing suits, life vests, sandals, and water shoes. “We are also offering 15 percent off all swimwear through July,” said Hendrick.

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ing school year while saving lots of money. The store carries children’s clothing up to size 16 and also has private school uniforms, backpacks, lunch bags, shoes, belts, and socks. Satisfying the kids while keeping your wallet happy is easy at Hand Me Downs. When it comes to their new wardrobe, find all your favorite brand names at affordable prices. “We offer the hand me downs that your kids will love to wear,” says Hendrick. Come and check out the newer, larger and more convenient Hand Me Downs location at 4218 Dixie Highway in Erlanger and their huge selection clothing and accessories for your child.

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eople are talking about Shear Elegance, the fastest growing salon and spa in Northern Kentucky. The salon has more than doubled its team of top-notch, experienced stylists and nail techs since it first opened its doors in November of 2007. The stylists at Shear Elegance are known for their outstanding talent and exceptional service for their clients. Located in the Silverlake (Kroger) Shopping Center on Dixie Highway in Erlanger, the stylish salon and its stylists and nail techs strive to provide their clients with a relaxed and friendly environment while pampered with beauty treatments. From the subtle, uplifting music to the complimentary beverages, the salon is a soothing and enjoyable retreat for their clients the

moment they walk in the door. “Our constant goal is to make our clients feel at home while providing a totally enjoyable and relaxing experience no matter which service they receive. Our private pedicure and processing rooms are just two examples of how we try to achieve this” says Mandy Sowers, Shear Elegance Manager. Laura Rommel has been a client at Shear Elegance since it opened and considers her trips to the salon a retreat from the stress of life. “It's very relaxing and I enjoy it. When I walk in the door I know that I get 'me time' and time to deflate and enjoy myself,” says Rommel. Wink Kramer has also been a client at Shear Elegance Salon & Spa since the doors opened and can't imagine going anywhere

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else. “I love it. It is very relaxing and of all the different salons I've ever been to, this one is the best. Everyone is so nice and I love the way it's decorated from the colors to the way it is arranged.” Clients of Shear Elegance enjoy having professional stylists, nail technicians and estheticians that are trained in the latest styles and techniques and who can recommend superior products that will work optimally for their individual hair type and style. “I'm really happy with my stylist. She shows me how to use new things that are best for styling my hair, “says Kramer. Shear Elegance is now celebrating the one year anniversary of their new exceptional spa that is like no other in the tri-state area. Designed with the client's sole comfort in mind, the sooth-

ing décor and ambiance sends you into a state of relaxation the moment you walk through the spa's doors. “Our massage therapists and estheticians are the absolute top professionals in their field. Combine that with our intimate lounge and focus on individual attention, our clients feel like this is their own personal spa which is exactly how we want them to feel” comments owner, Bill Zumbiel. Offering a complete array of massages, facials, body treatments and waxing services, the Shear Elegance spa is the place for you to come and be refreshed and renewed. And to help celebrate the one year anniversary of the spa, Shear Elegance will be holding weekly raffles for a free Shear Elegance see page 9

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small handbags would use! Merle Norman offers a package of the classic Miche base bag, two straps (short and long), and the cover of your choice for just $59.95. The Butler Bag, as seen on Oprah’s “O” List, was designed to bring fashion and function together. No more searching or digging. This wonderful bag fits more than you ever imagined, all in an organized fashion. Merle Norman has the original, plus designer-inspired organizer bags. Women are loving Merle Norman’s Purely Mineral Makeup, a line created exclusively from pure minerals. The foundation buffs on smoothly for a flawless finish with a healthy, luminous glow. Sheer to full coverage. Free of preservatives, talc, oil and fragrance. This month Merle Norman has introduced a new foundation. Luxiva Aqua Balance, a weightless liquid foundation created for those with truly combination skin, provides a semi-matte finish with medium coverage. With smart technology, this foundation helps absorb and control oil in skin while still providing moisture where needed. Stop in soon and get ready to make your life easier and more fun!

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N. Blair of the Arnold School for Public Health at the University of South Carolina. Blair found similar health and fitness benefits in an earlier study for women as well. Regular laps in the pool can help tone the muscles in your entire body, lower blood pressure, increase circulation and raise metabolism and endurance. Because humans weigh less in the water, people who can’t participate in other forms

of exercise because of injuries or excess weight can swim safely. And swimming is a fun and interesting workout that keeps people coming back for more. And, after a long session in the pool, or a long day at work, what could be better than time spent relaxing in a hot tub? The steamy, swirling waters of a hot tub provide a great place to loosen up and even to socialize, but can also

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significant recuperative benefits for knee replacement patients who performed their physical therapy in warm water. When you make an investment in a home pool or hot tub, you’re not only potentially increasing the value of your home and making your house the most popular on the block, you’re increasing the length and quality of your life. Courtesy of ARAcontent

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oy and Harold Stamper, owners of All About Hair at the corner of Sunset and Dixie Highway in Erlanger, would like to announce the addition of Keri Rom to their staff. Keri has been a licensed barber for 22 years, and she is also a Redken certified colorist. “To my knowledge, I am the only certified Redken colorist between the Ohio river and the city of Lexington,” says Rom. “I am pleased to join All About Hair as their new stylist and color special-

ist.” Harold and Joy are very happy to have Keri with them. The couple started their business in Florence in 1976, and moved to their present location in Erlanger in 1984. The business is family-owned and familyoriented, and the entire family can come in and have their hair cut and styled to each individual preference. “We have three barbers and two stylists on staff here, and Keri is a great addition,” says Joy. “Our

prices are very reasonable, and there is convenient parking in the back of the building.” Keri will be offering color retouch, highlights, special effect color, perms, and men and women’s haircuts. For an appointment for a special personal consultation with Keri Rom or any of the stylists, call 727-1476. “We like you to come in and meet Keri, and schedule an appointment to see what she can do,” says Harold. “We think you’ll be back.”

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Licensed Massage Therapist. Reiki (pronounced “ray-key) is an ancient practice that is believed to connect the mind, body, and spirit and triggers the body's natural healing abilities. Throughout her studies of Holistic Medicine, Aimee, a native of Northern Kentucky and

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circuit system and how to maximize your workouts. “They are great at showing you how to use the machines,” said Cooley. “Anyone can do 30 seconds at a time of anything. It’s very easy.” Whether you want to lose weight and inches, gain e nergy, or tone up, the Curves circuit will work for you. Visit Curves today and find out how you can take advantage of their ‘Rest of the Summer on Us’ special. Join today and don’t pay any dues until September – now that’s a great reason to start working out this summer!

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Why Dr. Dallmann and her team do what they do

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he question is often asked of the Gentle Dental Care team, why do they do the things they do? Why do they heat blankets, neck pillows, turn on massage chairs and supply head phones? What makes Dr. Dallmann sit in a consult room with each patient and not only explain the treatment she recommends, but show photos and play dental education CDs to take the fear out of the unknown? Dr. Dallmann has chosen to have a different type of office to accommodate those of you that hate the whole dental experience. Dr. Dallmann and her team understand the importance of TLC treatment. They received an unexpected e-mail from a person whose life has been changed since she received her new smile and the reality of what they do truly hit home. This is one of many reasons they do what they do.

“Hello ladies. My husband pointed something out to me the other day

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and I felt I needed to share it with you. I’ve started photography school. One of my first classes is Public Speaking and I’ve done very well in the class. Tonight is our final exam, but so far I’ve got a 97.21 percent. Several of my classmates have even commented how natural I look standing up to give my speeches. I was telling my husband all this

and he said “Do you think you would have been able to speak in public before you had your teeth fixed?” The answer....absolutely not. His words just reminded me of how very much my life has changed because of all of you. Your work is so very important. Not just to me, because I’m not the only one whose life has been profoundly influenced by your work. I know I’m one of many, many people that you have helped. And, I just wanted to say thank you. I would not have the courage to be going back to school to pursue my dream if it weren’t for all of you. I just wanted to tell you that. Have a great day!!! See you soon.” M. C.

“I’ve always been fearful of the dentist, but I had a life-threatening medical condition that brought me to Dr. Dallmann and her staff. They were so nice to me and made me feel so comfortable. They hooked me up! Dr. Dallmann not only gave me my smile back, but my confidence. I’m 46 years old and this is the biggest I’ve smiled! Sometimes I just think: ‘I have a smile – a beautiful smile!’ Visiting Gentle Dental Care has changed my whole life. Dr. Dallmann and her staff are Godsent. They not only care about one’s health and teeth, but the person, they’re like family to me.” A.O. Morningview, KY Gentle Dental Care makes every effort to get people out of pain as soon as possible. If you are in the middle of a dental emergency please call Dr. Dallmann and her team as they will make every effort possible to take care of you. Call today and you too can “Experience the Difference.”

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ony Strinko of Independence had endured shoulder and neck pain as well as numbness in his little finger for about three years. Visits to other doctors provided mild to moderate success, but pain relief was always temporary. Strinko researched cervical herniated disc on the Internet, and realized that what he needed was a doctor who could do nonsurgical spinal decompression. He called the Chiropractic Rehab Center on Buttermilk Pike and asked if Dr. Gary Callioni performed spinal decompression. “Dr. Callioni exceeded my expectations,” Strinko says. “He has the knowledge and the equipment to treat my condition, and after five weeks, I am pain

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free.” When a cervical or lumbar disc is herniated or ruptured, it may create pressure against one or more of the spinal nerves which can cause pain, weakness or numbness in the neck, arms, hands, back and legs. Spinal

decompression stops pain by using negative pressure to create a vacuum that pulls the painful disc back where it belongs. “Spinal decompression is rapidly becoming one of the leading alternatives to surgery for the conditions of herniated, ruptured, or degenerative discs,” says Dr. Callioni. “Tony realized that this was the alternative he wanted and it is working for him. Not all people are good candidates for this treatment, but Tony is.” Dr. Callioni utilizes this new technology to treat chronic neck and back pain. This gives patients different treatment options besides pills, injections and surgery. Call 331-9566 to schedule a consultation. Details are available at www.nkychiropractor.com.

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f you haven’t been to Lasting Impressions, now is the perfect time to plan a visit! Each of the eight rooms surrounding the center showroom has been beautifully decorated with unique furniture and home décor accessories. New arrivals are being added to the showroom floor daily. The popular Candleberry candle line has been added to our inventory again featuring many new fragrances such as Apple Brown Betty or Bourbon Roasted Pecans which give that special “warmth” to your home that makes people want to “come on in and stay awhile.”

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sizes and designs can also be ordered with shipments arriving quickly. We can also help you right here in the store if you provide some photographs of the area you are trying to accessorize. As this article is being written, Linda and Judy are planning to travel to market to begin preparations for gorgeous fall and Christmas displays and to add newly released merchandise to our showroom. Lasting Impressions has always created some of the most beautiful custom floral arrangements and exquisite holiday décor that you will find anywhere! In just a couple of

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lmost every day, Akrivi Watson visits her mother at her home at Florence Park Care Center. Watson’s mother moved into the comprehensive nursing care center five years ago and she and her family couldn’t be more pleased with the astounding care the center provides. Conveniently located in Northern Kentucky, Florence Park is known for its excellence in health care service and makes it a priority to focus their attention on each of their residents’ individual needs while maintaining freedom of choice, dignity, respect, and sanctity of life. Florence Park celebrated their

25th Anniversary in June. “We visited everywhere trying to find the right place,” says Watson. “When we came here, everyone treated us with the utmost respect. We made the right decision - it has been wonderful,” said Watson. The center is a skilled nursing facility that offers a wide range of therapies and services for short and long term rehabilitation. “We offer high-quality nursing care in a home-like environment,” said Robert Barlow, Director of Admissions. Florence Park also offers skilled care for residents with Alzheimer’s and other related disorders. “We are one of the few centers that offer a secure

unit,” said Barlow. Robert Hennemann has lived at Florence Park for six years and is very satisfied with the respect and care he receives there. “They have treated me fairly and nice anything I ask to do they do it for me. It’s friendly and a good place to be.” When you walk through the doors of Florence Park you immediately feel at home. The center is warm and inviting with a beautiful traditional décor. “It’s a nice atmosphere and they really try and make it like home for their residents with whatever they need to make it their own place,” says Watson. Florence Park is very welcom-

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ing of visiting friends and family. “We are very family oriented. There are no set visiting hours, family can visit 24/7 and stay as long as they would like,” says Barlow. Watson appreciates the care and love shown to her mother by the nurses at Florence Park. “They are very much family to us. They care and have been wonderful to my mom, to me, and to my kids. My mom loves them and she is so well taken care of.” For more information on Florence Park Care Center and their commitment to excellent care for those they serve, call 5250007.

Shear Elegance from page 11 graduate from the University of Kentucky, came to realize that pain and sickness begin on an energetic level long before they occur in the physical body. She started exploring ways to assist her clients in reaching optimal health more quickly on mental and emotional levels while still promoting their physical healing. She's

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committed to bringing health to her clients on an energetic level, resulting in health and balance. “This light touch therapy has many health benefits such as a strengthened immune system, pain relief, blood pressure control, spiritual and emotional balance, better sleep, and deep relaxation,” says Zumbiel.

Visit Shear Elegance Salon & Spa to experience their professional services overlaid with relaxation, comfort, friendliness and personal rejuvenation. Call Shear Elegance today at 578-9600 for your next hair, nails or spa service and take advantage of the celebratory anniversary specials for the month of July.

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Celebrating Our 25th Anniversary

• Rehabilitation Services • Alzheimer’s Care • Long and Short Term Nursing Stays

6975 Burlington Pike Florence, KY 41042

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ucked away on almost 18 acres just off Hopeful Road in Florence is a beautiful retirement community that could be your next home. The campus of Colonial Heights and Gardens is dotted with trees, fountains, and bridges, as well as a quaint gazebo that residents can see just outside their window. The idyllic setting is perfect for anyone who would like to make the transition from a house or a condo to a spacious apartment near others who have similar interests. “Our independent living facility houses 177 apartments, from a large two bedroom to a studio apartment,” says Marvalyn Zix, marketing director for Colonial Heights. “These units are perfect for people who are in a house, and don’t want the upkeep, or those in condos who would like to socialize a little more.” There are three levels of lifestyles here. Independent living is the first, in the Heights building, where residents have a private apartment with weekly

housekeeping service. All five styles of apartments have full kitchens and residents enjoy two meals a day in the dining room. A private dining room is available for more intimate gatherings. Amenities include a beauty/barber shop, a library, banking services, a wellness program and general store. Carports and balconies are available. There are group outings and daily activities, computers available to use, and a big screen TV with a Wii gaming system. Regular events include bingo, cornhole, horseshoes, and line dancing, as well as a weekly social hour with live entertainment.

Staff is available around the clock. “This is a really active and vibrant community,” says Zix. “When I hear people say, ‘I’m just not ready for that yet.’ I say, ‘Not ready for what? Having

The other lifestyles are assisted living, which includes licensed personal care and memory care with a total of 69 apartments called Colonial Gardens. “We have speakers who come in, an active veterans’ group, and

“The other lifestyles are assisted living, which includes licensed personal care and memory care with a total of 69 apartments called Colonial Gardens …” freedom and fun?’ A vast majority of our residents say they wish they would have come here sooner. It is a fun, carefree way of life. We take most of the burdens away, and you just show up and enjoy life. We give you more choices, instead of less.”

transportation to doctors’ appointments and other errands,” explains Zix. “Just give us a call at 525-6900, or get onto our Web site at www.colonialheightsandgardens.com, and you can schedule a tour to see what we have to offer.”

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Norris Lake Front, TN Beautiful 3BR 2 Ba condo, Turn key ready $399,900. 865-494-7200 Allred & Johnson RE

WALTON VERONA 3.4 ac lot in very nice neighborhood. $82,500. 859-586-7032

apartments 155 for sale

$0 DOWN With Land NKY - (18) 1-BR Limited Time Only!!! 145 out-of-state Units. $575K View at property Call to be Pre-qualified ac.ezlisted.com or 859-371-2140 call 859-628-5919 TENNESSEE! 120 A C R E S 3 creeks private on paved road w/ utilities low taxes no zoning (407) 414-1902

LOW RATES!!! FHA Financing Limited Funds Avail. Get Pre-Qualified farms/country 147 homes 859-371-2140 FHA GOV’T FINANCING AVAILABLE CALL TO QUALIFY 513-575-3715

VEVAY, IN - 142 ac. 3BR home, 2 barns, 2-ac. lake, Riverview. $489,000. 513-226-4162

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N. KY 1970 12 X 55 mobile hm 2b 2b new (Behind Saturn/KIA) floor new cpt new tub 1600sf @$800/mo Land for Sale/ new shower washer If you’re looking for 1600st @$750/mo 120 condominiums 150 Residential dryer furn. $2000 buyers, you’re in 1200sf Office + 10’x40’ 859-462-1346 garage @$600/mo the right neighborhood. HIGHLAND HGTS Call 859-781-9020 COUNTRY LIVING Remod 2 BR 2BA, 2nd Call Community Classified ---------513.242.4000 3, 4, or 5 Bedrooms flr, pool. 5 min to NKU CRITTENDEN, KY-GARAGES Get Pre-Qualified $70,500. 513-231-6017 10x20 @ $75/mo 1.6 acres, less 859-371-2140 LAKESIDE PARK than 1 mile off 10x20 @ $150/mo Ranch, 2BR / 2BA, COUNTRY LIVING Climate Control Exit. garage, new paint, car - Crittenden $0 DOWN WITH LAND starts at $40/mo pet. Beechwood Schls 3 BED-2 BATH Great location!

Schools,2 Apartments for Sale 155 Beechwood Car,Solid 2-Story, Auctions/Real Estate 191 $275,000 859.586.8020 859-586-8020 Auctions/Personal Property192 Condominiums 120 Farms/Country Homes147 Kentucky Homes, Indiana 110 Dry Ridge-17 acres for $39,500 Homes, Kentucky 105 Corinth-10 acres with view $45,000 Homes, Ohio 100 & 98 acres for $172,000 Industrial for Lease 175 Alexandria-13 acres for $110,000 Industrial for Sale 170 Mt. Olivet-37 ac. w/stream $79,000 Investment Property 190 Maysville-10 acres for $45,000 Land for Lease 165 Brooksville-12 acres for $45,000 Land for Sale/Commercial 160 Cynthiana-24 wooded acres $62,500 Land Sale/Residential 150 Cynthiana-23 acres for $49,500 Mobile Homes/Lots 117 Indiana Modular, Pre-cut Homes130 Vevay-9 rolling acres $39,000 Mortgage/RE Loans 124 Ohio Office Space/Lease 183 Mount Orab-23 acres for $92,900 Office Space/Sale 185 Georgetown-17 ac. w/creek $95,000 Out-of-State Property 145 Real Estate Wanted 197 Resort Memberships 137 Resort Property/Sale 140 Retail for Lease 177 Retail for Sale 180 100 Homes, 100 Homes, Ohio Ohio Real Estate for Rent

Apartments Furnished 200 Apts-Houses to Share 215 Apartments Unfurnished 225 Condos for Rent 240 Condos-Rent/Option Buy 245 Corporate Rentals 222 Farms/Country Homes 285 Garages, Storage 260 Hotels/Motels 210 Houses for Rent 250 Houses-Lease/Option 255 Housing for the Disabled 230 Mobile Homes for Rent 235 Rental Services 259 Resorts/Cottages 290 Room and Board 275 Rooms for Rent 270 Senior Living 220 Wanted to Rent 297

Cozy 1998 2 bed/1 bath refurbished home for sale, close to stocked fishing lake on a dead end street. Sale price $16,995 Financing available. Call today 859342-4400.

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WALTON

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2 ac residential lots, 2 mi S of Walton in Walton Verona Schools, $60’s. 859-802-8057

170 industrial for sale

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170 industrial for sale

auctions/ property

#1 @10:00am

281 Richwood Rd Walton, Ky 41094

#2 @11:00am

5970 Centennial Cir Florence, Ky 41042

#3 @12:00pm

2526 Ritchie St Crescent Spring, Ky 41017 By failure to pay storage rent, the property of the following Person(s) Will be sold to satisfy owner’s lien on Wed July 22, 2009 at 10am at Best Self Storage. At 281 Richwood Rd, Second location at 11am, Third location at 12pm. RICHWOOD RD, Walton Ky Location Joyce Durstock Unit 329 Jessica Nickerson Unit 359 CENTENNIAL CIRCLE Florence Location Xavier Cole Unit 737 Smokey Bones Unit 117 Michael Wiltzius Unit 528 Sherrie Shouse Unit 504 Stephanie Guffey Unit 533 Donald Nunnelley Unit 565 Jeanette K Gabrovsek Unit 1001 Michael Bailey Unit 413 RITCHIE ST. Crescent Springs Location Stephen Miley Unit 701B EEC Unit 112A John Chenault Unit 504 Open Bidding will begin at 10.00AM Terms: Cash Only

170 industrial for sale

170 industrial for sale

150 Land for Sale/ 150 Land for Sale/ Residential Residential

Design • Build

TRI-STATE LAND CO. Walton,KY

• Office Buildings • Warehouses • Garages • Recreational

• Churches • Horse Barns • Retail Centers • Storage Facilities

859-485-1330

2 AC. Verona area, 3bd & 2ba single wide, needs carpet, on dead end, $3500 down, $534 per mo 5 AC. Northern Grant Co., pasture, w/a septic system, driveway, electric hookup, $46,900, $2000 down 8 AC. Dry Ridge area, rolling, scattered trees & woods, mobiles welecome, city water, $46,900, $1500 down 1 ¾ AC. Bracken Co., pasture, w/a septic system, 4 miles off AA-Hwy, water avail, $25,900, $2000 down 6 AC. Kenton Co., near Piner, pasture in front, woods in back, restricted homesite, $48,900, $1500 down 11 AC. Pendleton Co., near Williamstown, rolling pasture, easy access to I-75, city water, $44,900, $1500 down

See pics & info online Meadowood Estates 3-4 BR Home on Golf Course. Over 1/2 acre park like setting. Custom home built for seller in upscale neighborhood. Incredible value/price. Pics at NKYHomeFor Sale.com

COLD SPRING

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513-235-9406 859-578-4076 COLD SPRING, KY

Call Owner at (859) 441-9114

See pics & info online Beautifully landscaped on quiet Cul-deSac in Glen Ridge. Stone & Brick. Master on main. 3BR, 2.5BA cathdral, hardwood, carpet, oversize garage, gas fireplace. See pics at NKYHomeForSale.com. $284,500

CRESCENT SPRINGS

Dee Dee Yelton 667 Ambridge Way Brick ranch w/3 bdrms, 3 baths, large living rm, formal dining rm, sunroom, finished bsmt w/huge multi-purpose room, trex deck, fenced yard.

513-235-9406 859-578-4076

708 Highland Ave. Solid brick 3 bdrm, 2 baths, open foyer, stained glass window, fireplace, French doors, wooded floors, 3rd flr unfinished. 1st flr laundry.

Erlanger Lakes Condos – 125 Spring Lake Dr. 2 bdrm, swimming pool. $800/mo. For Lease!

859-653-8504

859-578-3919

EDGEWOOD

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Kim Quigley 3429 Meadowlark Drive 3 bdrm, 1 ½ baths, updated eat-in kitchen, cherry cabinets, ceramic tile, all appliances, large deck, patio, beautiful inground pool w/ solar cover.

859-630-3500

TO PLACE AN AD: Call 513.768.8837

Call Owner at (859) 525-8260

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Julie Steers

Dian Froelicher

Dee Dee Yelton 503 Ivy Ridge Awesome 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo, spacious & open living room, dining rm, great kitchen w/cherry cabinets, covered deck, elevator & more. 100% financing avail.

513.242.4000

FLORENCE

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AUCTION Saturday July 18th 10AM 42 South Main Street Dry Ridge KY RESERVE AUCTION Presented by Schneider’s Auction Service and RE/MAX Affiliates Auctioneer : David G. Schneider 859-6353126 Realtor : Monica Howe 859-393-5778 Single Family home on the corner of South Main and School Street This home is located on a corner lot in the heart of Dry Ridge. Perfect for conversion to commercial use for professional offices or your business. Home currently has bedrooms , kitchen and bath on the first level and an apartment on the second level. Selling with a reserve bid of 59,900. 10% buyers premium added to the winning bid. 10% down on day of sale. Close within 30 days of sale. Property is being sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied. All inspections to be done prior to sale date : All zoning shall be verified by buyers prior to sale date. More information can be found on the Northern Kentucky Multiple listings. Listing # 373185

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LATONIA- 1st floor. Office & work area. Partially equipt. 525 sq ft. Opens onto (2) Streets. $475/mo + utils. 859-750-2689.

ON GOLF COURSE W/ CLUBHOUSE,FIT NESS,SWIMMING,TENNIS. LRG 3br/2ba CONDO ON CUL DE SAC. Must see View! 2 finished floors w/ walkout. PICS and info @ NKYHomeForSale.com.

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FLORENCE, KY 100 to 2500 sf all 1st flr space, nr x-way Call 859-283-1140

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY July 22, 2009 THREE DISPERSAL AUCTIONS Storage units At Best Self Storage

HOMES OF DISTINCTION BURLINGTON

office space 183 for lease

192 personal

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resort homes 117 mobile homes for Sale/ 192 auctions/ personal 117 mobile 140 property/Sale 150 Land and lots and lots Residential property

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Joyce Herthel Silver Creek - 7236 Sherbrook 3 bedroom, 2 bath full brick ranch, large unfinished basement with roughin for full bath. Cathedral ceiling, walkin closet, lush landscaping, mint condition. $179,000.

859-578-3957 859-250-1899

Jane Fagan

Signal Hill Condos All the essentials: 1 mile NKU, 8 miles Cinti. New carpet, paint, ceramic, tile floors. Only $100,000 w/all appliances. Wooded view. Pool community.

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 real estate 197 wanted WE PURCHASE HOMES, FARMS AND LAND Would you like to sell your property quickly? We will pay cash for your home! We are lo cal professionals! Call today!!! 859 750 7081 *Cash Sale * 30 Days Closing * No Inspections* No KY Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC

200 apartments, furnished Latonia/Cov 2rm eff. all utilities. incl. free a/c.on busline 859-341-6280

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Covington

Affordable Luxury Apt Large 2BR/2 Full BA Renovated, w/patio $950mo. Heat/wtr pd Call 859-291-1414

ERLANGER- 2BR, 1ba, fnced backyard, nice & cln, no S 8. $610/mo+ $600 dep. 859-342-5257 ERLANGER Large 1 & 2 BR’s AC, free heat & water. $470-$545. 859-342-5444

COVINGTON--Main Strasse. 2BR luxury apt. Cent air, laun- ERLANGER--Large 2 dry rm, $550+dep. BR duplex on quiet cul de sac, $650+ 859-653-5662 utils. 859-384-4222 Covington on busline 2bdrm new carpet. $375/mo 859-341-6280

FLORENCE Move in Special 10%

COVINGTON--Quiet, before Aug 1st. secure, 2nd flr, close 3BR Apts. to school. Lge rooms, 2ba, w/gar, w/d DRY RIDGE equippedkitchen, incl. From $850&up 2BR $470/mo. 513-617-1908 or Weekly or 513-484-2995 859-341-7335 Extended Stay One Person Efficiency’s Clean, Quiet, $90 wk and up. Frig, Micro, On-Site Laundry, Util Deposit, No Pets, No Lease. Min to Walton, Richwood, Florence, Airport 859-823-8201

CRESCENT SPRINGS

2 BR from $540

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CRITTENDEN Spacious 2BR, 1BA 1 level floor plan, W/D hkup equipt kit. smoking no pets, STAY LODGE-. Furnish$500+util. & dep. $475 +utils/dep. ed eff apt w/kit, utils pd, 200 MILO CT. 859-331-8183 lndry, cable, pvt phone, Rich - 859-393-1802 busline, Starting @ $21 FT THOMAS- 1 BR, per nite, $50 dep. DAYTON, KY- 1BR 2nd flr, balcony, 859-746-2400 Appl’s, ht/wtr incl, yard,

Beechgrove Village 55+ 2 BR newly remodeled, starting at $450+ 859-363-3111

LUDLOW 1 & 2 br lrg rms on 3rd, eqpt, w/d, crpt or hdwd flr. 1 c/a, $ 410 / $450. 859-816-0485

pay top rent/high utils for substandard housing? Exc res. loc quiet Cinti 5 min 781-0990

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crpt, storage, prkg, n/smkr, no pets, $455. 859-781-5222

GRANT COUNTY - 2 BR unfurnished from $450$550/mo. 859-428-2081

Guaranteed Approval w/ Sec. 8 Voucher 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom 1 1/2 to 2 Bath Garage & Bsmts. Adjacent to: Family Dollar, Cliff’s Pizza, Video To Go Cosmos Beauty Salon, Wash & Dry, Thornberry’s Bak ery & Martial Arts. Dalton Place (859) 428-2755 To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

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Park Hills

Spacious 3BRr Duplex 1.5 BA 1 car garage, wash/ dry hookup, no pets, N/S, $750/ mo+ dep. 859-653-2243 SILVER GROVE, KY Effcy $370 UTILS PD. 1 bdrm $570 UTILS PD . No pets 859-240-6210

FT. MITCHELL

Affordable Rent Free Heat & A/C Active Social Programs Beauty Shop Laundry Facilities Transportation to Florence Mall Close to Public Transportation Cable TV Access Income Restrictions Apply

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Brand New Two Bedroom Townhomes from $950.00 Newly remodeled 2 Bedrooms from $675.00 Newly remodeled 3 Bedrooms from $995.00

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BRAND NEW- 2 bedroom 2 bath floor plans! Ask about our Move in Special. 1 Month FREE FROM $699!! • Bold-fresh accent walls- If you choose! • Fitness club with business center and tanning bed! • Minutes from Downtown Cincy • Deluxe black appliances including a microwave! • Washer and dryer available! • Professionally managed by sundancemanagement.com

Brook Run Apartments

Located near I-75, Florence Mall, CVG, Ockerman Schools, dining and entertainment! Great move-in specials! Call today! www.candmpropertiesllc.com

Covington Sec 8 wlcm 4br 2ba off st pkg, new windows, FY $775/mo 859-341-6280 CRESTVIEW HILLS-3BR, 3.5BA,newer kit, liv rm, ofc, 2-fam rms, FP, deck, lrg yrd 2c gar. $1750. 859-331-2668

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ERLANGER - 2BR 1BA, 1 Floor. Quiet, Prkg/Bus. No pets, N/S. $550 + dep. Call 859-801-7009

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ERLANGER - 3BR, 1BA C/A, eqpt kitchen W/D hkup, stove no pets, exc ref’s required, newly refurbished. $600mo + utils & $600 dep. 859-384-3440 1001478570-03

3br from $595 859-371-3400

Butler, Ky- (Near) Secluded 3Br, a/c, eqpt kitchen, bsmt, no pets $620/mo 859-635-8227

ELSMERE-- Nice 3 BR, 1½ BA, LR, DR, lndry rm, c/a, patio, shed, $895/mo + dep + utils. 513-520-8606

ONE MONTH FREE RENT

1br from $445, 2br from $505,

BURLINGTON Nice Ranch/landsc. 3/2. Comm pool. 2 gar. new sch. all appl. $1175/mo. 859-802-4489

ELSMERE 3BR, 2BA, Bilevel 1 car gar, deck, new carpet, office space, $965mo 859-384-2759

DELAWARE CROSSING

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BURLINGTON, Ky 4Bdrm, 2full/2half baths on a cul-de-sac. $1500.00 per month. No pets. 5517 Carryback, Burlington, Ky Call 773-620-6617

ELSMERE - 2BR, 1BA, All new carpet. No pets, non smking. $600mo + $600 security deposit. Renter pays all utilities. 859-727-2505

Independence, KY

1, 2, 3 bedroom apartment homes!!!

Visit mihomes.com for details.

BURLINGTON- 3 br, Idlewild Ridge, bi lev el, 2.5 ba, 2 car gar, fin ll, pets ok, $1100, 859-657-6570

DRY RIDGE, Near-3 bedroom, updated house in country with city water. 7 rooms, full bsmt, ga rage, 15 min I-75. Op tions of barn, fenced pasture. $650mo. 859-472-1655

“Come Home to a place where you belong”

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Be one of the first. The all-new eco series is now available.

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DAYTON - 3BR Newly Decorated Cottage, Basement, Laundry Hkup $600. 859-466-4021

Silverwoods Landing

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CRESCENT SPRINGS 2BR 2BA, garage, Washer /Dryer, Pool. Convenient, Quiet Community. $785. 859-816-8669

COVINGTON-1509 Monroe. 2+BR, 2stry, bsmt, 1-c gar., yard, $700 + $700 dep. 859-356-9794 leave msg.

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240 condos for rent

PARK HILLS e x c 250 houses for rent cond/location quiet 1br new kitchen, by park, w/d, gar, a/c, no pets, Burlington, 2br 1ba $650/mo+util, $650 $465+ut859-240-1130

freshly painted, great PARK HILLS- Newly area near park $425 + dep + utils. renov 2 BR, 1 BA, hdwd flrs, fully eqpt 859-441-5202 Dayton-Nr N Ft Thokit, coin lndry, prkng, mas, Chateau Ridge FT THOMAS/ S Newport $550 + utils. Hawks Pt. 1-2 BR why 1 BR, remod, quiet, lndry, 513-271-1167

Apartment living in the country. Nice 2BR duplex, References. 12mo lease. Starting at BELLEVUE/NEWPO $475/mo. + Deposit RT S- Clean 2 BR, Call 859-393-9728 2nd flr, c/a, $525 + or 859-428-1974 utils. 859-781-4578

COVINGTON -1 & 2 BR newly remodeled, busline, equip kit, coin W/D. July Special - $199 dep. $465 & up. Off Highland. 859-291-2282

Latonia, large efficiency, $390/mo Spacious, nice yard, close to bus route. 859-384-6199

new carpet. No pets. $425mo. 859-635-7335

DryRdg in Crittenden 1,2,&3Br,ldry h/u avail 225 apartments, eqp kit, easy acc. to unfurnished I-75. 859-322-0036 Beechgrove Village 2BR Newly remodeled amenities: pool, park, playground. $550+. wtr incl 859-363-3111

Large apts LATONIA- 3 rooms & 2 BRs w/ 1 or 2 Baths bath- all new 2nd flr Private Balconies $410 +util+sec dep. Near new Kroger’s 859-750-2689. 859-485-2600 Eves 859- 331-8878

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FLORENCE- Oakbrook. 2 BR, 1½ BA ba, fully equipt kit, w/d, garage, on golf NEWPORT/Ft Thocourse, $725, mas-Newly renov 1 BR, 859-371-5317 prkng, patio, fully eqpt FT MITCHELL- Lovely Mrytle Beach 2BR w/fully eqpt kit, kit, W/D, pets ok $495. Ocean Front Slps 4. W/D, storage bin, c/a, 859-653-5535 6 pools, gated combalc or patio, security NEWPORT munity. Very Clean. bldgs, water pd, nr Victoria Square $685/wk Call 513bus/grocery etc, no Apts 722-8371, 405-2432 pets Rent starts @ 2 blocks from $570, shown by appt VILLA HILLS-- SpaNewport On only. 859-341-6828. Ft cious 2BR, 1.5BA conThe Levee Mitchell Commons Some City Views do. Attached garage. painted, 1-2 BR from $380 Freshly Ft Mitchell 859-341Very nice. 1br in 4 Across River DT $700/mo. fam, 2nd flr, eqpt, no Cinti 859-581-8500 6115

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HIGHLAND HEIGHTS WALTON - 3 rooms, equip kit, all util. pd. 1BR $425/mo, 1st floor, Also, 1-rm eff. Stove Includes Heat, Water & Frig, heat & water pd. sanitation. Nr NKU & on No pets. Quiet. BusU27 busline. $100 off 1st line. 859-356-3880 month rent special!! WALTON 859-802-8941 RIDGE

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ERLANGER- 3 BR, 2 BA, bsmt, garage, WBFP, fenced in back yard, nice area, $875/ mo + dep. 859-356-2503

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BOONE COUNTY

Maggie Adams to Robert And Judith Dozier $82,000 The Secretary Of Veteran Affairs to Brady Covey And Christin Knight $103,900 Charles And Virginia Baumgartner to Zachary Scott And Sarah Keller $144,000 Green Tree Servicing Llc to Dixon Preferred Properties Llc $115,000 Chanin And Michael Goetz to Joyce Slaton $138,500 Florence Baptist Church Inc. to Church Of Scientology Of Ohio $1,164,000 Dixon Preferred Properties Llc to James Meale $84,500 Smi New Home Solutions Llc to Hardy Credit Co. $184,257 Smi New Home Solutions Llc to Hardy Credit Co. $200,381 Carl And Robin Parker to Jody And Karen Williams $228,000 The Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development to Eric Jackson $83,500 The Drees Co. to John And Laura Lusk $462,388 Marsha And Joe Schmeltzer to Dianna And Coy Caldwell $148,000 Dorothy Arndt And James And Carrie Steffen to Kevin And Chera Hockensmith $196,500 Charles And Claire Atkins to Robert Molnar And Debra Frank $140,000 Janeice And Michael Fields to Greg Howard $167,750 Jane And Larry West, Jr. to Westmark Properties Llc $157,000 Kennedy Homes Llc to Richard And Cheryl Muench $130,000 Shirley And Tom Davis to Tim Chisholm $187,500 Daniel And Jane Gray to Brian And Mary Landrum $147,000 Brian And Maridith Yahl to Rebecca Pfluger $152,900 The Lasalle National Bank Association to Westmark Properties Llc $96,100 Teresa And William Abner to Bill Landrum $235,000 Smi New Home Solutions Llc to Hardy Credit Co. $207,869

CAMPBELL COUNTY

Angela Wallace to Natalie Kinney Kristen And John Schott to Jocelyn Esber And Christopher Manning Christine And Jerry Hyden to Victor Boruske Stephanie Wenrick to Karen And Richard Saunders Karin And Virgil Lemons to Sarah And John Pershing Iii Lori And Phillip Rawlings to Jamie Schultz Laverne Schoff to Elizabeth Pabst Shirley And Richard Amend to Jennifer Haven And Thomas Ryan The Bank Of Kentucky, Inc. to Teresa And Lloyd Durham G. Keith Gambrel to Erin And John Pinkston Wws Real Estate, Llc to Head Linesman Properties, Llc Kathy And Daniel Mueller to Agnes And Edward Alldred Loretta And Robert Gilbert to Noelle Bertram Pamela Schuetz to Alanna And Randy Manning Aurora Lone Services, Llc to Equity Trust Company Bonnie And Lawrence Brock to Annett Rossell

KENTON COUNTY

Kristie And Delbert Price And Bonnie Price to Erin Meadows Agnes And Stephen Oberjohn to Skotti And Ty Church On Target Investments, Llc to Baynum Investments, Llc Latonia Christian Church, Inc. to Piper Properties, Llc Amanda And Christopher Ward to Jessica Campbell Denigan I, Llc to Jeff Duff The Bermec Corporation to Stonebridge Properties, Llc Kathleen And James Scheben to Ashley Bowman And Linda And Vincent Albers Jr.

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EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 250 houses for rent

FLORENCE- 3 Br, 1.5 ba, dr, full bsmnt, 2 car gar, $900 + dep, 859-283-9093

FLORENCE

3br twnhm, 2ba, eqpt kit, w/d hkup, gar, Sect 8 ok. No pets. $850 +dep. 859-360-9003 FT. MITCHELL 4BR, 1BA House in Beechwood SD. $940mo +dep. Avail 9/1 Pets negot. 513-252-1134

Highland Hgts

4-5BR, 3.5BA, lg back deck, nr. NKU, fully eqpt kit $1600 + dep. Short Term Lease Avail 859-757-5754

LATONIA- 2BR, 1BA, lg yd, full bsmt, w/d hkup, no pets, $550/mo. 859-5810400 (d) 859-356-2453(e)

RICHWOOD3BR, 2BA, no pets, $735/mo + $735/dep. CALL FOR APPT. 859-919-0225 Taylor Mill, 3 br ranch, nr Remkes & busline, secluded lrg lot, $825/mo, 859-750-6296

310-398 Accounting, Financial 330 Child Care Help Wanted 312 Customer Service 353 Engineers, Technical 340 Health & Beauty Services 363 General Help Wanted 390 Healthcare 350 Information Systems 335 In-Home Opportunities 310 Instruction/Schools 394 Job Listing Service 396 Management 345 Manufacturing/Trades 380 Personnel Services 397 Position Wanted 391 Professional 355 Restaurant/Hospitality 360 Resume Services 398 Retail 365 Sales/Marketing 370 Administrative 375 Transportation 387 Employment Information 392

350 healthcare

350 healthcare

353

Administrator

Dental Assistants /Receptionists F/T Mariemont/Fairfax area Fax: (513) 272-5852

Maintenance Director

Data Entry 3rd shift, F\T 4-10HR. Nights M-Thr. Mature, detail oriented, dependable person, excellent computer skills required, must be able to work independently. Will train. Benefits. Send resume Attn GM, PO Box 37289, Cin OH 45222

Outstanding opportunity for experienced Licensed Nursing Home Administrator with a growing ltc company. Responsible for daily operations at Parkside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Fairfield, OH. Suburban facility completing total renovations. Candidates must have proven financial, management, and leadership skills. Clinical degree plus. Top compensation package. For confidential consideration please forward resume and cover letter to: Darla Handler, VP of Operations, Embassy Healthcare, 24579 Broadway Ave., Oakwood Village, OH 44146, fax: (440) 232-7113 email: dhandler@ embassyhealthcare.net

Admissions & Marketing

Embassy Healthcare is seeking an admissions and marketing specialist with ltc exp, interested candidates can mail, fax or email resume to: Parkside Nursing & Rehab Ctr, 908 Symmes Road, Fairfield, OH 45014, fax: 513868-0115 email: jtoth@ embassyparkside.com

Alois Alzheimer Center

Accountant

Tax firm seeks high level accountant to manage established Middletown office location. Minimum five years experience required. Growth opportunities available. Send resume to P.O box 957, Mason, Oh 45040

WALTON-BANKING Townhome. Lrg 3 BR, 2-car gar, all applian The following position ces, fenced yard. is available for our $895 + dep. Milford and Eastgate 859-640-7290. offices: • Part-Time Teller

houses-lease/ 255 option to buy ANDERSON-RIVERVIEW 5BR, 5½ BA, fin bsmnt, Overszd 3 car gar, 2 acre lot, intercom syst. $4000 mo + dep 513-237-3692

garages, 260 storage

Experience preferred. Please respond to

info@centerbank4me.com

744 State Route 28 Milford, OH 45150 (513) 965-8505 EOE

Crescent Springs, engineersKY Garages for rent. 340 technical 12x22. Anderson Rd. 859-341-5523 QUALITY CONTROL rooms 270 for rent ERLANGER - Sleeping Room -Kit. privledge, off st pkg, nr I-75&bus, $100 wk + dep. 859-359-4049

FLORENCE / ERLANGER/UNION $110/wk. Kit, BA, W/D incl, cable, all utils incl. Nr bus. 859-384-6297 NEWPORT Historic District Non/smoker 5 min Ky side of Cincinnati All utilities $375/mo ask for Aaron for more info (859) 912-1050

312 child carehelp wanted CHILDCARE/HSK Positions PT/FT Call us or visit our website Home Management Services

513-474-6886

www.homemanagement serv.com

Community Classified

513.242.4000 Sell it quicker by selling it closer to home.

MGR Heavy Civil contractor in N.KY has immediate opening for a QC Manager on tunnel project. 5 yrs. exp in QC Mgmt. on construction projects required. Please email jobs@mcnallytunnelin g.com EOE SURVEY TECHNICIAN Heavy Civil contractor located in N. KY has immediate opening for a survey technician on tunnel project. 1-3 years of experience preferred. Please email resume to: jobs@ mcnallytunneling.com E.O.E.

345 management BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER Busy OB/GYN practice needs Manager for business office Operations. Full -Time, Competitive salary & Benefits. Start immediately. Experience required. please send resume to hr-employment @forwomeninc.net

Career Opportunity Will Train Call Jerry 859-426-0156 Production Supervisor To $55k/yr + benefits! Will hire, train, schedule & supervise production employees for commercial food production plant. 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Embassy Healthcare is seeking a Maintenance Director with ltc experience. Qualified candidate must have knowledge of OSHA/NFPA Building and Life Safety codes. Interested candidates can mail, fax or email resume to: Parkside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 908 Dental personnel need- Symmes Rd, Fairfield, OH 45014, fax: 513-868-0115 ed in new dental prac- email: jtoth@ tice in NKY. Dentrix and embassyparkside.com

dental experience is a Medical Assts, Receptionists & must. Motivated people Pharmacy Techs Needed need only apply. Please call 859-814-7516. To $35k/yr + benefits & holi-

DENTAL TEAM Our Cincinnati dental office is seeking an experienced DENTAL ASST, EXPANDED FUNCTIONS DENTAL ASST & HYGIENIST

Director of Admissions / Marketing

LPN/RN

Rare opportunity at the Alois Center, national leader in Alzheimer’s care. Must be creative, caring, organized and confident with passion for serving others. E-mail resume to: SFender@hcmg.com.

Dentrix & Aging report. Cincydental@yahoo.com LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

513.242.4000

day bonuses! Work in hospitals, doctors offices & dental offices! Entry Level / Skilled 513-489-9675 Job line fee

NURSES AND STATE TESTED NURSE AIDES

Compensation based on dental exp! Full benefits pkg avail including health/life ins., 401k & bonuses avail. Reply to: Attn: Megan Fax: (513) 741-7581

UNION Orleans Comm Avail Now! Dental 3bd/2.5bth unfin bsmt Receptionist deck 2car garg Cooper Schls 1100mo+dep accounting- F/T. Sycamore. Knowl859-512-7772 330 financial edge in Insurance billing , WALTON-2-3BR duplex. Great schools. Washer/ dryer. Walk to park. Starting at $650. 859-630-5009

customer service

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Part Time & Full Time for Allergist office in Montgomery & Western Hills. Please call (513) 451-6006

LPN/RN Part Time & Full Time for Allergist office in Montgomery & Western Hills. Please call (513) 451-6006

Temp-to-Hire!

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Glendale Place Care Center has openings for Nurses and STNA’s, 12 hour shifts. LTC experience preferred. If you want to be part of a team that truly cares about their residents then apply in person Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or mail: 779 Glendale Milford Rd Cincinnati Ohio 45215 email: glendaleplace@ hotmail.com or fax your resume: 771-4799 Attn; HR. We offer competitive wages and benefit package, plus more.

FT - High End Senior Housing Provider has excellent opp. for a highly motivated, goal oriented, sales professional. Responsible for selling senior housing services. Must have proven success in closing and building relationships. Must have prior earnings of at least $75,000. Apply online.

Membership Recruitment Specialist Please visit Council website, www. gskentucky.org for information/ submission instructions. AA/EEO Employer

Teacher-

person to encourage children through play! 30-40 hrs - Aug. 24th Phone / start. Mt. Washington Scheduler A r e a - Call Kim or Behavioral healthcare agency seeks FT, mature Sherri 231-8111 be customer service person tween 9-11. EOE

Sterilization Technicians to $17/hr + benefits! Work in healthcare facilities sterilizing surgical equipment & setting up rooms for next day surgeries! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Oral surgery office 1-2 days a week send resume to Oral Facial Surgery Associates @ 1481 Cavalry Dr., Suite 200 Florence, KY

ARNP

4104 or email to richardsony@fuse.net

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Restaurant workers / manager join a Cincinnati Tradition! An opportunity to become a team member at our G o ld Star Chili Restaurant located in the G re ater Cincinnati Airport is now available. We offer helath insurance, 401 K, and a starting salary of $9/hr. Please pick up and fill out an application at either our Gold Star Chili located at 2231 Beechmont Ave. in Mt. Washington or our Florence Kentucky Gold Star at 7563 Mall Road across from the Florence Mall. This offer is just for our Airport Lo c a t i o n . Please no phone calls

The Elsmere Police Department is accepting applications Customer Service / for the open position Career Counselor to $38K/yr + hands on of Patrolman. training! Applicants’ must be Growing company, need Certified Police ASAP! MUST have a good Officer’s having attitude! 513-489-9675 Job Send resume to: already completed the Line Fee Police Academy at the NorthKey Community Care Customer Service Department of Attn: Dr. Larry Gross, P.O. Box 2680 M-F. Mature, Dependable Criminal Justice in Covington, KY 41012 person, good math skills Richmond, Kentucky or fax to 859-578-3273. helpful. Will train. Bene - or having completed You may also refer to our website to fits. Send resume Attn: an Academy accepted health/beauty submit resume. Supervisor, PO Box by rhe department of 363 services 37289, Cin OH 45222 Criminal Jusitce. See www.northkey.org Other requirements E.O.E. 350 healthcare are: 21 years of age, HAIR STYLIST GENESIS valid driver’s license, high school graduate SALON & SPA or GED an no felony is looking for hair stylist for an up convictions. Applications should be scale salon in the submitted between the Walton Towne hours of 8:30 AM and Center. Expect to 4:30 PM Monday thru experience high Friday. Deadline for volume in a busy applications will be town center. Next Session Starts September 12, 2009 Friday, July 17, 2009 Commission & at 4:30 PM. Compensation Elsmere Police Department, 4501 Dixie Highway, Elsmere, KY 41018 859-342-7344

Executive Recruiter Opportunity

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@ Small class size @ Hands on training @ Day & evening classes For more info: www.idtky.com • Cincinnati, OH 513-683-6900 • Florence, KY 859-372-0373

INSTITUTE OF DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 7000 Houston Rd, Suite 6, Florence, KY 41042 Just 10 minutes South from downtown Cincinnati!

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This prestigious private club is looking for the best to work with our award winning chef in the culinary department: To place your BINGO ad • Prep Cook • Line Cooks • Cold Side Pantry call 513.242.4000 Competitive pay and benefits. Drug & smoke free work place. Apply in 355 professional person, professionally dressed, 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday at 5780 Cleves-Warsaw, Cincinnati St. Bernard - Elmwood 45233. 513-922-0011. Place seeking l7th Grade Volleyball Coach and 8th Grade Volley ball Coach. High School Varsity Girls Basketball Coach. Contact Kris Niehaus, Atheletic Director at 513-482-7102 or email at kniehaus@ sbepschools.org

ELSMERE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Healthcare Recruiting Pro fessionals with experience recruiting Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and Therapists are encouraged to apply. Industry Leading Compensation Package that includes Base, Commission and Bonuses. Fax Resume to 513.354.6631 or email to info@trustaff.com

To place your

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ad call 513.242.4000

Telemarketer/ Appointment Setter Competitive Hourly Wage plus Commission

restaurant/ •Option to work from 360 hospitality home Cooks - Western Hills Country Club

like no other!!! Call for more details, 859-485-9800

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To Place Legal Advertising Call 513.242.4000 Deadline: Friday at 5 p.m. 355 professional

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370 sales/ marketing

Inside Sales

The following position is available in Erlanger:

Seeking enthusiastic and high energy professional individuals to join our Soda Pop Sales Sales Call Center Must be Trainees/ Promoter to flexible to work both 1st 40k/yr + comm & sales and 2nd shifts Must have 1 bonuses! year telesales exp. Work w/schools, grocery Toddler Teacher and Call (513) 682-2800 stores & ballprks selling or email resume to: Assistants for Star 3 full new prods & merch! Full spclerical@staffmark.com day center. Looking for Train. 513-489-9675 Job energetic, outgoing Line Fee

with strong interpersonal, organizational, communication skills. Responsibilities include answering multiline phone system, schedule appointments, problem solve, focus under pressure, honor confidentiality. Need computer skills: Word, Excel, Data entry. Fax resume and cover letter to (513) 475-5659, Attn: COO EEOC Employer

LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

370 sales/ marketing

!!GREAT STAFF OPPORTUNITIES WITH GIRL SCOUTS!!

EOE M/F/D/V

Surgical Assistant

NorthKey Community Care has a full time opening for an ARNP. This position is to provide psychiatric evaluations, individual medication follow up appointments, and treatment consultation in an outpatient and jail setting in Owen, Grant and Pendleton Counties. Competitive salary and benefit package.

(Medicare Part B Call Center)

CALL CENTER REPS

sales/ 370 marketing

355 professional

800-257-7928

WE ARE HIRING SALES PEOPLE! We Are Growing Our Team! CAN’T FIND THE RIGHT JOB, FOR THE RIGHT MONEY???? Are You Seeking a New Challenge and a Promising Income? Well, Look No Further! JOIN OUR TEAM OF COMMISSIONED SALES REPS AND REPRESENT

THE ENQUIRER

IN STORES AND AT EVENTS AND FAIRS. If you are money motivated, personable, dependable, teachable, and a good seller, THIS COULD BE FOR YOU!

MAKE $100 PLUS PER DAY Full and/or part-time positions available. MUST HAVE YOUR OWN CAR.

Call Greg 636-328-3748

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375 administrative Office Clerk

Flexible hours (match school hrs.), computer skills a must, part time. Apply at Acramold, 1670 Distribution Dr., Burlington

OFFICE PERSONNEL T r a n s p o r t a t io n company accepting applications in the Hamilton area. Please email resume to: tm1@wowway.com

380 manufacturing/ trades

CARPENTERS

Construction company seeking carpenters, commercial experience need only apply. Leadership qualities a must. Email resumes to: pat.jtf@fuse.net or apply in person to: 4434 MULHAUSER RD SUITE 400 HAMILTON, OH 45011 Drywall Hangers/ Finisher & Painters

Administrative Assistant Dental Care Plus, a leading dental care insurer, has an opening for an Administrative Assistant reporting to the Account Management group of the Sales and Marketing Department. Tasks Include: • Preparing all correspondence, forms and utilization reports related to renewals of insurance. • Develop and prepare various ad hoc reports and documents. • Maintain paper and electronic files related to contract inception and renewals. • Prepare enrollment packets for various product lines. Requisite Skills Include: • Contemporary office equipment and computer skills including Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. • Some experience as administrative assistant,preferably in an insurance environment. • Excellent oral & written communication skills. • Able to multi-task with a positive attitude.

Respond to: kvogler@dentalcareplus.com

380 manufacturing/ 380 manufacturing/ trades trades Maintenance

HVAC Technicians

Viox Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of EMCOR Group, Inc., is seeking HVAC Technicians at our Batavia & Cincinnati area facilities. These individuals will perform preventive maintenance, repairs, installations, inspections, & adjustments on commercial & industrial HVAC & mechanical systems; & direct the activities of related personnel. Will also estimate, lay out, & schedule jobs as needed.

513-489-9675 Job Fee

Qualified candidates will possess an Associate’s Degree; a minimum of 12 years of HVAC-R experience in commercial & industrial service; EPA License; Universal I, II, & III Certification; & Journeyman’s License or equivalent. Experience with centrifugal chillers, cooling towers, & compressors; & strong math, analytical, & communication skills are a must.

Entry Level & Experienced HVAC Tech Needed

Interested candidates should fax their resume to 513-679-3311 , or email to tonja.mcclure @viox-services.com EOE M/F/D/V.

To $30/hr + training & TONS OF WORK! FULLY PAID TRAINING & CERTIFICATION! Co. vehicle provided!

PRODUCTION SHIFT COORDINATOR

To $22/hr + benefits! Remodeling & new construction local. Year round! ASAP!

513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Jewelry Polishers

FT openings for Polishers for a growing manufacturing facility in Fairfield. These positions will be responsible for polishing jewelry products & be detailed orientated and dependable. Hours are MonFri from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Comp. pkg includes paid time off within first year, med/dent, 401(K), disability and much more! Interested applicants should apply in person at 500 Quality Blvd, Fairfield OH 45014 or email resume@qgold.com

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

355 professional

Automotive chemical manufacturer located in Blue Ash seeking Cell Shift Coordinator for 1st shift. At least five years experience in an industrial environment with demonstrated leadership skills, including strong interperso nal skills. Knowledge of basic keyboard functions required. Chemical mixing experience preferred. Must be demonstrated team player, have ability to motivate others and be able to work in a fast paced team environment. Position requires chemical mixing, packaging and tube filling duties. Good mechanical and math aptitude required. Must be in good physical condition able to lift up to 55 lbs, frequent repetitive motions including bending, twisting, lifting, walking and reaching. Competi tive starting salary and benefit package. Interested applicants fax resume to 513-489-4724 or e-mail to HR@evercoat.com. EEO Employer M/F/D/V.

355 professional

355 professional

FEDERAL POSITION WITH U.S. COURTS The Clerk’s Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court at Cincinnati is accepting applications for an Intake Administrator (term of one year and one day from entrance on duty). An Intake Administrator is responsible for providing case and procedural information to the public in person and by telephone. This position performs a variety of duties, including receiving and reviewing documents for conformity with federal and local rules and maintaining the integrity of the filing system in an automated environment. In order to apply, you must meet the minimum qualifications set forth in the vacancy announcement. The vacancy announcement, and the AO78 Application for Judicial Branch Federal Employment, is located on the United States Bankruptcy Court’s Internet site at www.ohsb.uscourts.gov, or at the address listed below. To apply, submit a cover letter and the required AO 78 Application by mail or fax to Beverly Daniel, Human Resources Specialist, United States Bankruptcy Court, 120 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402. The Court’s fax number is (937) 225-2954. Resumes will not be accepted. Selected candidate will be subject to a background check as a condition of employment. Employment is provisional until the background check is completed. The United States Bankruptcy Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Thursday, July 16, 2009

Kentucky

help 380 manufacturing/ 387 transportation 390 general wanted trades

Batesville Products is taking applications for 2nd shift in our Metal Foundry. Benefit package available. Apply between 9-11 am at: Batesville Products, Inc 434 Margaret St Lawrenceburg, IN Equal Opportunity Employer Seeking Employment in Industrial Maintenance ? Cincinnati State hands-on training. Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial Controls 513-569-1497

Seeking ISA Certification? Cincinnati State 513-569-1497 387 transportation CAB DRIVER $$ Cash pay daily $ $ Drive 7 pm thru 5 am Mon - Fri. Call Dave 513-693-3234. Delivery Driver/Service Tech Deliver/set up dme equip. at facilities/ customer homes. 1yr min exp.,heavy lifting, good communication skills, able to work extended hrs /rotate wknds. Good driving record, no criminal record Send resume w/salary req to Mapes Medical Supply fax:513791-0643 or 1mms@fuse.net Driver Bakery delivery route driver from Cinti, N. Ky area. NON CDL. Exp apply only. Good pay and benefits. Apply in person at 4056 Colerain Ave 45223 Drivers for Local/Regional Trips to $30k/yr + benefits & co. vehicle! Transport city personnel, students & faculty to local trips & out of state games! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

DRIVERS & OWNER OPERATORS Growing company needs company drivers & owner operators for dedicated customer in the Florence area for local, regional, & over- the- road runs; 2 yrs. experience required; for details call 260-589-8112. help 390 general wanted

Drivers

Drivers/CDL Career Training w/ central refrigerated. We Train, Employ w/ $0 Down Financing. AVG $35K-40K 1St Year! 800-543-4023 X6233

Drivers Wanted Part-time- AM/PM hours. Northern KY routes. Shuttle workers to/from work. Apply in person or mail resume to: BAWAC, Inc., Attn: Traffic Manager, 7970 Kentucky Drive, Florence Ky, 41042 E.O.E.

Dockworker/Order Selector

513-489-0745 Job Fee

Document Scanner/ Filing Clerk

Tired of your trucks sitting wait ing for loads? We need trucks with good drivers Class A CDL with Hazmat & clean MVR 2 years varifiable log time. Weekly pay no escrow. CALL 1800-348-8714 EXT33 OR 937-609-9727

To $16/hr, flexible schedule, will train! Scan documents & invoices into computer system. ASAP 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

CINCINNATI

JOB FAIR

Sharonville Convention Center 11355 Chester Road • Sharonville, OH 45246

Thursday, July 16th • 10am-2pm EMPLOYERS ARE HIRING! FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC WITH FREE PARKING Corporate Sponsors: Aldi Inc., Huff Realty

CONCIERGE/SECURITY Evergreen Retirement Community is currently seeking a pt. weekend receptionist/security for our premier community. Position is every Saturday and Sunday, 7:00am to 3:00pm. Must possess excellent communication skills and be a multi- tasker. Apply/immediate interview:

HR Wellspring 8000 Evergreen Ridge Dr. Cincinnati., Oh 45215 or faxt to 513-948-2330 EOE.M/F/V/H

LONGABERGER BAS KETS, POTTERY & ACCESSORIES 513-753-8584

Corn Hole Bags Excellent quality. 25+ colors $15/each set. Call 859-342-8741

Will Deliver Tri-State Area. 90 Days Parts & Labor

635 computers

859-431-1400

Golf Course Grounds Maintenance/ Labor staff

Top dollar paid Potential overtime available. Apply within: Walden Ponds Golf club, 6090 Golf Club Drive, Hamilton, Oh 45011, 513-785-2999

JANITORIAL

Part-time evening clean ers needed. In Peters burg KY area. After 6pm. 3-4 Hours per night. Up to 6 days per week. Clean Back ground Check Required. Call 513-553-6757 Laundromat Attendant 2nd shift Attending and Cleaning Application at at 8464 US 42, Florence KY Phone 859-371-7515

Sell it quicker by selling it closer to home.

POOL TABLE - 5 mos old, solid maple, 1" slate, 10 yr warranty, lifetime balls, leather cover, $1500 firm. Black Jack Bar , casino style, 6’x3’, padded, $125. 859-586-7709

MOVING SALE! Rnd kit tble w/leaf + 4chrs, Lowrey Organ w/ bnch & music sheets antq mantle, oval mirror, antq chiffrobe, microwve tbl, metal/wood sofa tbl, cast iron school desk, kit cabn’ts, kit tbl w/bnch & 2chrs, P&G Collectibles, Mantis Tiller (New) $40 859.344.0385

040-740

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paving supplies & tools to work sites & demolition areas in the tri-state! 513489-0745 Job Fee

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RIEGEL’S Roofing & Gutters Residential, Commercial, Licensed, bonded, inusred, Will beat any reasonable estimate, 513-621-1234 BBB

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 flea 690 markets

BUYING-RECORD AL New Mini Flea BUMS & CDs, JAZZ, Market! South on 75, BLUES, ROCK & Richwood exit, turn left ROLL, ALTERNA to US 25, right on TIVE, R&B & REG - 11564 US 25, Sat 9aGAE 513-825-6985 5p, Sun 10a-4p WWII RELICS 705 dogs US, German, Japanese. Sell your military items to a veteran/ Adorable Puppies collector. Top $ paid. 859-630-8085 BEST PRICES PAID for OLD Pocket Knives, Advertising Posters, Signs & Tins. 513-563-7183 PINBALL MACHINE

50 Different Breeds! 100 Different Pets! Jungle Jim’s Shopping Plaza 5470 Dixie Hwy. Fairfield 513.829.6060 petlandfairfield.com

1 Buyer of working or not, will WWI & WWII -- US pickup & pay cash. German & Japanese mcombs927@fuse.net BASSETT HOUND Paying top dollar for Puppies, AKC. Will 513-673-3274 TANNING UNIT any war relics, deliver to Dry Ridge Wolfe (like new). weapons, helmets, WANTED!! area. $300 List $1549, Sell $300. uniforms, medals Maytag Wringer Washer 859-623-6303 859-816-4522 anything military. Stoneware Crocks & To place your BINGO ad LOST & FOUND 513-309-1347. Local Chest Freezers. Ads are FREE!! firefighter & collector call 513.242.4000 513-471-1541

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481 Joann Ln. yard sale. Fri 7/17 Sat 7/18 9-3p. Wicker furn, antique dresser & chest, lamps, bar stools, pictures, wreaths, silk plants, furn, dishes, nic nacs & more. R/D 7/24-25 No Early Birds.

garage 685 sales BURLINGTON Fri July 17th ONLY 8am-noon, 3055 Ox ford Terrace. LARGE SALE. CAMPBELL CO- 7/17 & 18, 9a-?, 13430 Hid den Ridge Ln, off Hwy 154, 3 family sale! Nice oak tbl & 6 chrs, tools, toys, games, crafts, clothes! COLD SPRING - garage sale. 7/17-18-19, 7a. 6758 AA Hwy. Tools, clths, furn, moped, wood tools & more

ALEXANDRIA-Sat July 18th & Sun July 19th, 8am-1pm. 6986 Backus. Clothes, accessories, toys, baby items, hshold, pool tbl, CRESTVIEW HILLS. dining/bed & TV sets. Lookout Farms Sub. FRI 07/17, 12pm- 6pm BELLEVUE-- MULTI Sat 7/18, 8am-3jpm FAMILY. Furn, toys, 18K BTU WINDOW Household, Toys, Kids A/C 232 Glazier. 7/17 & Adult, XMAS Trees, Lights, Deco. & 7/18, 9am-1PM. 2718 Claiborne Ct. BELLEVUE--Sat July 18th, 10am-?224 Van CRITTENDEN 7/18 Voast. Kids stuff, 9am to 4pm 36 clothes, toys, bed Pinhook Place Something old, something frame, much more! new & everything in BOONE C O U N T Y between! Over 50 07/17 08:00AM years of stuff. Furni05:00PM SPRUCE ture, home decor, LANE FRIDAY AND glassware, small appliSATURDAY, JULY ances, tools & much 17TH AND 18TH, 8AM more! TO 5PM

linens, toys, home decor & lots more! 915 Ervin Ter.

Burlington 2427 Mill- EASTGATE - Annual stream, Sat 07/25, 8amBenefit, 1000 item 4pm. No Early Birds! Clothing Sale. New Great Buys, rain or and like new designer shine. and popular labels, for the whole family, $1.00 each + lots of misc. 4618 Aston , BURLINGTON Fri., 8-3 & Sat, 8-1.

7/17-7/18 9:00am2:00pm 6295 Baymiller Ln. Hidden Creek/Idlewild Ridge Subd. Multifamily. 1 mile past courthouse off Hwy 18 or Idlewild Rd. Rain or shine.

EASTGATE-- Multi Family. July 16th17th-18th 9am-5pm. 602 Clough Pike. Furniture, glassware, lots of misc. Parking in the rear.

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BICHON FRISE - AKC nonshedding M&F white adorable babies, POP, 1st shot,vet checked. $500. 513-532-2391

BOXER Pups Flashy fawns & brindles black mask POP Going quick! Tails, dew claws 450.00 513 385 6066

DOBERMAN Pinscher AKC Reg, Vet checked Shots & wormed ready now Tails docked & dewclaws removed. Cash Only 350.00 812-620-0155

BULL TERRIER PUPS- AKC, declawed, wormed. 5wks, 3m-2f, $1650. Local/NKY. 502-457-1296

BLACK Labs 8 weeks old. Vet checked, 1st shots. $200.00 (859)918-5852 CHINESE CRESTED Hairless & PP pups & adults, CKC reg, BORDER COLLIES- males & females, $50 AKC, 8 wks, beauti- & up. 859-283-0705

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ELSMERE-July 17th & 18th, 9am5pm. 451 Spring St. GIGANTIC YARD SALE. Rain or shine Tools, Tractor, BB cards, Hotwhl cars, Glasswr, Misc.

ERLANGER 07/17 & 7/18: 9am - 1pm 3405 Phelps Court Lots of baby clothes (girls and boys), baby swing, rear facing car seat, etc. Household items, lawn mower, etc.

garage 685 sales ESTATE / STREET SALE Bridgetown Fri, Sat, Sun. Bailey Ave. off work by Toy s-R-Us. 8-3, Furn & Misc.

Finneytown, 7/17th-18th, 9a-3p & 19th 10a-2p. Multi Family. From antiques and collectables to what was I thinking? If you can’t find you do need it. Corner of Compton and Hollyhock.

FLORENCE 07/18 8:00 am 12:00 pm 8507 Pheasant Dr (off Hopeful) Tools, Oak Hutch, Antique Hutch, Bookcase, 5’ sliding patio door, Mens sz 34 Womens sz Lg Clothes, Books, Misc

ERLANGER 0 7 - 1 8 9:00 am to 1:00 pm FLORENCE-7/17 & 3220 Riggs Ave. Multi- 7/18 8-3. Multi fam, 4 family, children’s cloth- houses: 7, 10, 11, 14 Kathryn Ave off Ky 18 ing, lots of toys nr Boone Co High ERLANGER- 7/16,17 & 18, 9a-4p, 22 Com monwealth Ave, lrg Multi Family Estate Sale, buy anything Un der the Sun, antqs, furn, pottery, coins, vintage, toys, vintage handmade quilts, too much to list! Some thing for everyone!

3858 Narrows Rd. Camping eqpt, hshold items, etc.

ERLANGER- Multi fam garage sale, Mistycreek Sub. Lots of good stuff! Sat 7/18 8-?. Rain or shine

BOXER CKC Reg. Puppies, vet checked, shots & wormed, 5M, 4F, brindle & fawn $250. 859-581-0303 BOXER Pups- CKC, POP vet chk’d, fawn, blk mask, males & females, $300, 859-322-0198

DACHSHUND-Puppies. Mini. CKC. All coats. Different colors. Will meet. 606561-6146

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

ERLANGER STREET SALE MISTY CREEK DRIVE Fri & Sat 9-2 Computer, Electronics, household goods furniture, clothes baby to adult, toys. You name it, we got every thing

Estate Sale

Covington, KY 1938 Scott St July 17 & 18 BURLINGTON -7/18, 8-2, Fri – Sat 9-5 6332 Brichwood Ct, Off # @ 8am Camp Ernest Rd, Lots of lg size womens clothes and Edgewood- Nice Sale Contents of home & 7/18, 9a-1p. Name Brand misc. Kids Clothes,Toys, hsehld basement of 75 years. Antiques, glassware, Misc. 254 N. Colony furniture. Mitchell & Ram. Marble top EDGEWOOD- SaturBurlington Huge Sale washstand, 10 pc 20’s day, 7/18, 8 am-12 2711 Swaps Ct. Furn, noon. Longaberger dining room set, 5 pc clths, & lots of misc. 20’s bedroom set. Old baskets, furniture, Sat-Sun 7/18-19, 8a-?. treadle sewing ma books, children’s chine, East lake bible clothes, toys & more! BURLINGTON 420 Glenview Court stand, chairs, rockers, deco and vintage Multi family. items. Items of all Rain or shine. ELSMERE sorts, lots of misc. Kids & adult clths, DVD movies, games, Multi family yard items stored in base ment yet to go nic nacs, electronics, 2 sale. Fri-Sat 9-3p. through. Items too big screens 65" & 52", toys, many hshld horse riding gear & items, vac, 2 man much to list all priced much more. Fri-Sat mini bass boat, to sell. For more info see website: 7a-3p. Gunpowder bikes & more. 221 Caldwell Dr. hsestatesales.com Trails off Camp Ernst Rain cancels. or call 859-468-9468. Rd to 6775 Crisler Ct.

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FT. MITCHELL-Sat July 18th, 8-? 43 Burdsall. 2 purgers + 1 mover = extravaganza. Lots of new, vintage & collectibles. Not junk. Everything from quality purses to unusual Floridian yard furniture worth the trip rain or shine. FT. THOMAS - Antiques, outdoor items, kid/baby toys & clothes, Sat, 7/18, 8am-2pm, 25 Sadye Ct.

Highland Heights Knollwood Sub. Community Sale

Fri/Sat-8-2, 7/17 & 7/18 Knollwood Dr. Fri/Sat 314,355,405,416, Sat213,215,346,390,408,421 Ridgehill Drive Fri /Sat-127, Sat-103,122,124, 128,209,210 Timberview Dr Fri / Sat -15, Sat-13 Brandywine Fri /Sat-17, Sat-5,18 Malabu Fri-18, Fri /Sat -14 Arbor Sat-20,21 At least 25 houses on Sat, check all streets INDEPENDENCE, 7/17 & 18, 16 Sherwood Dr, 9-5. Furn, hse hld items, exercise equip, craft supplies, sewing mach & more. NO EARLY BIRDS PLEASE.

FT THOMAS--Estate Multi Family. 7/17 & 7/18 9-Noon. 71 Winston Hill Rd. Lots of smaller items, bikes, INDEPENDENCE-glassware, linens, 7/17 & 18th, 8am3pm. 93 Roselawn much more.

Ft THOMAS. Sat July 18 8am-12pm Tons of stuff, Coolers, Lots of F L O R E N C E - - books, Movies. 40 Downsizing.Everything Carrington Point must go! Computer desk, Weider 4900 Ft. Wright 7/18, 9a-1p. gym, bedspreads, Moving Sale, Lg & sm sheet sets, toys, items. 1614 Cumberland games, barbies, Ave. hshold, yard tools, Pfaltzgraff village, lots of serving pcs, dishes, FT. Wright July 17&18 clothes, July 18th, 8AM 12PM 505 Beau9am-3pm. 7803 Stock- mont Ct. Ft. Wright-505 Beaumont Ct. off ton Way. Highland. July 17&18, 8-12PM 4 family! kids stuff, FLORENCE-HAVEN Bikes, books, microwave HILL SUB.OFF MT. ZION RD cart, oriental rug and 07/18 8:00a - 3:00p much more. Something for everyone! LOTS OF MISC Rain or shine! GRANT SLICK, Nr-July 17th & July 18th, 8am-3pm. 1273 Yelton Hill off US27 Kids toys, clothing, baby items, Avon, home int, misc. Rain or shine.

HEBRON-- 1828 N. Bend Rd. Sat July 18th, 8amFlorence- Multi Fam ! 2pm. Furniture, hshold 8142 Heatherwood Dr items, 4x6 trailer, porcelain dolls, kids swingset, lots of misc.

clothes, furn, More! Fri,Sat 7/17 & 7/18 8-2

HEBRON 9am Fri until Sun evening. To much to list 1 mile FLORENCEof Anderson Oakbrook, the Glens West Annual Neighbor - Ferry on Rt 8. 859hood Sale, 7/17 & 18, 586-0425 8a-1p, Something for everyone! HEBRON- Fri 7/17 &

Florence- Sat 9-4, Sat 7/18, 9am-4pm. A Clothes, hshld, furn., Little bit of Pampered Chef, Everything! Books, Longaberger, holiday, toys, housewares & misc. Pleasant Valley collectibles & more. to Thunder Ridge, 4072 Limaburg. Left on Sentry, Rt on Valley Watch, left to HEBRON - Lots of 8799 Woodridge items, 45 yrs in the same

house,

hand-

Fort Wright KY 7/18/2009 made quilts, old jars,

07:00am 01:00 pm Many baby items, kids toys, clothes, household misc and much more!

coke bottles, tools, too much to list! Fri-Sat, 8-5, 2724 Petersburg Rd. Rt. 20

IND/TAYLOR Mill 07/18, 8:00-2:00, 2645 Evergreen Drive, Multi-Family Sale Housewares & Kids items

LATONIA- Antique furn, dishes, tools & misc. All must go. CHEAP!! Fri-Sat-Sun 11-? 170 E. 43rd. St.

LOVELAND

Fishing Tackle Trade Show Flea Market Sat. July 18, 2009 Aug. 29, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 8am til 6pm. Antique to new baits, reels, poles Lake Isabella (Loveland-Indian Hill exit off I-275). For info 513-310-2424

5/19/09. Vet. Checked, Tails Docked, Dewclaws Removed, 1st Shots & Wormed $350.00 740-858-6825

LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

garage 685 sales Newport Antique Estate Sale. Thurs. July 16th, 6:30-? Gator’s Auction House. 52 Carrothers Rd., Behind the Rio Grande Restaurant. Cut glass, Waterford, SIGNED Rookwood, Roseville Van Briggle, Lladro, Lenox, 10 ct-14ct jewelry, NEW ITEMS, NEW CHILDRENS ITEMS. Barrister bookcase, rockers, beer signs, m o r e . www.auctionzip.c om for pics & descriptions. Questions call 859866-6372

OAKLEY/ ST. CECILIA

Parish Festival & "JUNQUE de ELEGANCE " 3106 Madison Rd

July 17th, 18th, & Sun 19th Fri, 5-8; Sat, 5-8; Sun, 2-4;

ENORMOUS BAG SALE 5-8 Antiques, Art, Baskets, Crafts, Electronics, Furniture, Jewelry, Holiday, Household, Linens, Sports, Tools, and other "Junque of the Realm!

PARK HILLS July 17th & 18th, 9am-2pm. 521 St. Jospeh Ln. Lots of misc.

PLEASANT RIDGE-- Sat July 18th, 8am-2pm. 2628 Briarcliff. Antiques, baby items, kids toys, furniture, designer fabric samples, Steck console piano owned by CCM Faculty.

GREAT DANE -taking GERMAN Shepherd deposits for 10 reg AKC,shots/wormed, pups w/great peds will POP,www.4kkennels. go fast. ready on 7/22 net 513-266-7943 call now 937-492-0299

CKC, shots, wormed, adorable, 859-823-1960

LAB-AKC pups, 6 AKC, dble ch lines, vet @ wks, ch lines, vet ckd, shots, POP. $450/m shots, yellow, family/ $500/f. 859-816-8533 farm raised, POP. fureverfriends. $350 up. blogspot. com 859-635-9055 GREAT PYRNESSE PUPS- Shots, wormed, $150$200. Call for Info, 859-428-1668

garage 685 sales

UNION, KY French Quarter of Orleans. Sat 18, 8-1p. 8401 St. Louis Blvd. Boys & baby clths, toys, hshld, etc. UNION-- Multi Fam. July 18th, 8am-1pm. Hampshire Subdivision off Pembrook. Furniture, baby items, clothes! UNION Sat 8-? Wheelchair, nascar car items, toys, household items ,clothes. 3019 Nottoway Orleans Sub division

VERONA, KY 07/18 8:00 am 12:00 pm 13690 W a lt o n - V e r o n a Rd. --- MOVING SALE!!!! --Clothes,Toys,Ap pliances,Baby Items,misc. rehab supplies,and MUCH MORE!!! VERONA--Sat July 18th, 8am-noon. 13690 Walton Verona Rd. Clothes, toys, baby items,

MALTESE PUPS , AKC, 1 F, 7 wks, vet checked, 1st shots & wormed. Just adorable. $1000. 513-708-1235

1 male $400, 2 females $450 ea, 812-438-4031

YORKIE TEACUP AKC, top quality, dad 3lb, X-Small. $750 859-835-3634 PUPPIES & SUPPLIES

YOUR NEW PUPPY

OPEN 7 DAYS. 7326 Yankee Rd. Liberty Township, Ohio 45044. Over 50 pups available. Pure & Designer Mixes Visit our web at: www. yournewpuppyLLC .com 513-755-7576

MALTI POO - Adorable & friendly, 10mo cats old. all shots, neutered 710 $350. 859-342-4297

MORKIES (Yorkie/Maltese) 859-512-3733 pratershouseofyorkie s.com

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LEAGUE FOR ANIMAL WELFARE A No-Kill Shelter For Dogs & Cats

Cat Adoptions = $75 PAPILLON PUPS Dog Adoptions = $95 Tri-colored, M & F, vet Adoption Fee Incl: chkd, wrmd, shots, Spay/Neuter, Shots home raised. For de& Microchipping tails... 859-445-3654 513-735-2299 ! www.lfaw.org ! PEMBROKE CorgisAKC, beautiful, healthy, must go! $200-$225, shots, wormed, sables, 812-637-5291

pets/ 720 accessories

MOVING-Small animal sale: chickens, pea cocks, rabbits, pheas ants, pigeons. PEMBROKE Welsh 859-816-1847 Corgi CKC, POP, 3 Vet visits, DOB 3/09 225m(1)/250f(2), (859)-442-5106 POMERANIAN Puppies Cute, Adorable. Ready. $250$350. Call for Info, 859-428-1668

POODLES - CKC, Standard, 7 wks. 2 cream, 2 blk, 1 choc, vet checkd, wormed, shots, $500. 859-8167560

REPTILE EXTRAVAGANZA! Live reptiles Buy, sell, trade! Sat. July 18, 9a-3p. $4 per person U.A.W. Hall, 3761 Harding Dr. Columbus, Oh. 614-459-4261

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SUGARGLIDER POODLES - Toy, AKC, Very sweet 12-week chocolate, M & F, very old male joeys. $150. small, 8 wks, 1st 859-468-9846 shots, $350 & up. VILLA Hills 07/18 859-448-9175 730 horses and 08:00am 04:00pm 737 equipment PUGS Robin Ln Furn, kitchen, clothes, curios and AKC. Vet checked, 1st Stalls, Northern Ken shots. 2 blk M, 1 blk F, more tucky, Trails, $400. 859-485-6244 Outdoor arena, or 859-750-9042 VILLA Hills 07/18 8am 859-866-5362 1pm 2651 Wesley ROTTWEILER REGDrive Muti family gaTRAIL BROKE rage sale. West on ISTERED GERMAN TENNEESSEE BREED,READY TO Buttermilk to Valley WALKING HORSES: GO,FIRST SHOTS Trails to Dalewood to 4yr chestnut & wht WORMED PAPERS 2651 Wesley Dr guilding, 5yr blk & wht GREAT LOOKING mare, 7yr Rockey VILLA HILLS - 7/17 & PUPS $300-$500 H- Mountain guilding 7/18, 8-2, 1025 859-485-6522 C-502859-485-7171 or Woodway. Dorm room 663-2447 859-547-9137 items, furn, home decor, toys, clothes, SCHNAUZER- Mini boats, motors/ 13wks, Male-white. 810 sports & misc items equip. Crate trained. $250. Next litter avail in BASS BOAT- ’97 15’ Fri-Sat 7/17-18, 9-1p. Aug. 859-624-4476 alum OMC Rough -

VILLA HILLS

977 Villa Dr. (off Amsterdam; across from Villa Ma donna). Housewares, furniture, electronics, Kids & womans clths, kids toys inc stuffed animals & more

SHIH TZU-AKC, 8 WEEKS, AWESOME, SOLID BRINDLES, VET CHK’D, SHOTS, WORMED, 1M & 1F, HOME RAISED, LOTS OF TLC, 859-824-0706 WALTON- Green Rd

by / bridge. 7/16,17 & 18, 8:30 - 4.Furn, Singer mach, furn, table linens, glass wear, antiques, chld bks 859-356-5973.

WILDER 07/18 8:00 am 2:00 pm 11231125 Johns Hill Rd. Two-family sale near St. John’s church. Kids clothes, toys, hand/yard tools & equip, patio furn, kitchen items, electronics, collectibles, kayaks, UNION-- July 17th & bikes, sports equip., 18th, 9am-? Mt Zion misc. household items. MONTGOMERY--Sat to Hampshire Subdiv. WILDER, KYJuly 18th, 9am-5pm. to 2023 Holderness. 10333 Deerfield. Lots Lots of variety. Aspen Pines and lots of everything. Apartments Union/triple crown, Fri Sat, Aug. 1, 9am-3pm 17th & Sat 18th 8-2p. 1700 Aspen Pines Dr. Rain or Shine Household items comResidents of this puter desk collectable Find the perfect employee. , bears, dolls, Xmas apartment community For internet and newspaper and some tools, much will have items for recruitment solutions. more. I-71-75 S to sale! Various locaCall Community Classified Richwood exit ,R to tions on property 513.242.4000 Triple Crown Blvd, to look for balloons! or 859.283.7290 St Leger 859-442-8141 UNION Ju ly 17&18,8:00-2:00 10274 Cardigan Drive 2 adult bikes, baby items, toys & clothes, "NEW" items

705 dogs

ENGLISH YORKIES, GREAT DANES3 male , 5 females, AKC, BULLDOGS AKC, POP, 7wks, shots & wormed creditcards AKC, champ blood- shots & wrm’d. Blues, accepted 859-823-1960 lines, M &F $1600. blacks & fawn. M/F. 270-678-7943 859-967-7428 or YORKIES- CKC, 1st Trulocksredgables.com 859-967-7427 shots, blk & gold,

to place an ad: call 513.242.4000 today!

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MADEIRASat, July 18, 9-3, St. Gertrude Church, in the gym, corner of Shawnee Run & Miami Ave. All proceeds benefit the poor. Thousands of items at unbelievable prices!

705 dogs

German Shepherd Pups- AKC, german bloodlines, blk & tan, sable, 859-356-8959 JACK RUSSELLS2 males, 3 females, http://martingayle.com

Dr., off 17. Antiques, lots of furniture,

FLORENCE-- 7/17 & hshold items & tools. 7/18 8am-4pm. 50 Bustetter Dr. Baby items, barrel furn, FT. THOMAS, KY 37 Independence, 7/18, Rob Roy, Sat 7/18, 8- 1983 Shaw Rd.,9a- 5p camper, lots more. washer dryer, mi1p. Furn, glassware, Frig, crowave & other misc tools, sm. appliances, items & lots of misc.

FLORENCE-Moving/Multi Fam. July 17-18, 8am-1pm. 7285 Wind Brook off Deermeade. Lots of tools, plumbing sup plies, shelves, camera, much more! Rain/shine

705 dogs

ful, sweet, Ch lines, $400 & up. COCKER SPANIEL 1-502-857-1500. PUPS, CKC, www.braveheartbor- 1st Shots & wormed. ENGLISH SPRINGER dercollies. com Buff. POP. $350/ea. SPANIEL - AKC Liver & White 4-Males Born GOLDEN RETRIEVER859-803-8814

Garage & Yard Sales

ERLANGER-- 7/17 & 7/18, 7-? 564 StevenDINING TABLE WITH son Rd. 85% of items HUTCH, LOVE SEAT, you name the price RECLINER, WOOD you want to pay! No WALL UNIT AND junk. 513-727-6112 or OTHER FURNTURE, 757-6310 Flea CLOTHES DRYER, DAYTON--7/17 & 7/18 Marketers you pay C O L L E C T A B L E 8-2, 420 Fairview Ave. $900 take all, over GLASSWARE AND Furn, pictures, dishes, $3K value. POTTERY, GOLF tools & home decor CLUBS AND DAYTON- Sat 7/18, 8:30 ERLANGER M U C H , M U C H am-3:30pm. Girl’s clothes, 7/18/09. 8-3pm. MORE!!! Coca Cola items, Disney BRIDGETOWN-EULA AVENUE DELHISTREET SALE Sat July 18th, 9amSat July 18th, 8:30- ??, 550 Rentz Place, 2pm. off Foley Rd. MachiNo earlybirds nist tools & misc.

705 dogs

neck, 40 hp Johnston motor, fishfinder, elec tric trim & tilt, trailer, $2800. 859-356-4933

CHRISCRAFT Roamer mtr yacht- 37 ft, sleeps 7, EC, fantastic slip goes w/ boat, A/C, grt party boat or live Siberian Husky aboard, was $40k, N a m e : K e e l y , C K C now only $18k, 513R e g i s t e r e d , 3 383-2785 mos,female (not spayed),up-to-date on 820 rv’s, campers, trailers shots & worming,grey/white,bl ue eyes. 500.00 859- ROCKWOOd ’03. 12 ft. pop up camper. 992-7859 A/C, furnace, stove, outside grill. A-1 conVIZSLA PUPS- born dition. Asking $4500. May 16, POP, shots, 859-282-8847 wormed, m & f, ready SUNNYBROOK/ after July 12, $450, Solanta 937-444-7447 ’04-’05. 31ft, fibergls YORKIE-- Adorable 4 body, slps 6, good lb F, just turned 2 yrs cond., Never been on old. Not spayed. road. $16,500. Ready to go into heat. 859-322-3706 $650 859-496-7191 YORKIE PUPS(2) females. $450. Papers, tails docked. Vet checked. 859-282-5858

850 motorcycles

’05 SUZUKI GSXR 600cc: new tire, recent oil change 4,900 miles. Lowered exh, Yorkies- 2 F, 12 wks, tail kit, yellow & blue. vet ck’d, tails docked, $6200obo. Jacket & Adorable-Great w/kids helmet xtra. $400 859-727-0819 513-484-8149


Thursday, July 16, 2009

Kentucky

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2009 FORD FUSION

THE ALL NEW

TOTAL PRICE PRICE SALE PRICE $18,495 TOTAL FORD FACTORY REBATE -$3,500 , 2009 FORD FOCUS 2009 FORD ESCAPE 2009 FORD F-150

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‘06 CHRYS PT CRUISER ‘03 FORD ESCORT ‘06 JEEP LIBERTY ‘08 FORD EDGESEL ‘05 FORD SUPERCAB F-150 ‘06 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ LIMITED

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I-75 @ Serving Cincinnati for the last 40 years . . . and the next 40 years!!! Mitchell Ave. (513) OUR GOAL IS 100% FINANCING 541-5586 (Exit #6) www.woodysanderford.com 1-866-849-9728 HOURS: M-T 9-8 F 9-6 SAT 10-5 SUN 11-4

850 motorcycles 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous notices notices notices notices notices notices notices notices HARLEY D a vid s o n Dyna Super Glide FXDI 06 over 17k invested must see also have passenger seat 11,000.00 O.B.O. 513265-9162

THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE CROSSWORD PUZZLE LINKS TO THE PAST

BY ALAN ARBESFELD / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

Note: When this puzzle is done, interpret the answers to the seven starred clues literally, in order from top to bottom.

810-950 Recreational Airplanes Boats/Motors/Equipt. RV’s, Campers, Trailers Off-Road Vehicles Motorcycles

Automotive Antique/Collector Cars Autos Wanted Automobile Lease Automobile Loans Automobile for Sale Parts, Repairs, Accs. Trucks/Rent, Lease Truck, Tractor/Trailer Commercial Vehicles Trucks/ SUV’s Vans/Mini-Vans Utility Trailers

860 HONDA ’06 VTX 1300R 810 4000mi. Like new, Asking $5500 firm. 820 859-635-6065 830 autos 850 905 wanted 930 905 A & A Buys Cars & 945 Trucks CASH ON 943 THE SPOT 513-720-7982 950 910 915 We Buy unwanted junk or Wrecked 920 cars! Cash paid. 922 Call 859-907-1463 935 940 BUYING ALL VEHICLES 902 Any Cond. Any Year.

850 motorcycles

Quick Pick Up. Fair PRICE. CASH on the Spot 513-662-4955

commercial 2004 H A R L E Y 922 vehicles DAVIDSON ULTRA CLASSIC FLHTCUI, black, 9885 miles, 202 GMC 12’ Box Van. Excellent cond. $5500. Serious buyers $10K. milegae 91K o n l y ! 859-331-0511 haynes992@live.com HARLEY Sportster 883 ’94. Exc cond. Lots of chrome. $3800. No rides. 859-620-2811

If you’re looking for buyers, you’re in the right neighborhood. Call Community Classified

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930 antique and collector cars BUYING ANY OLD CARS CLASSIC ANTIQUE ’30-’40-50-60-70s Running/not 403-7386

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Kentucky - Community Classified

Thursday, July 16, 2009

930 antique and collector cars

940 vans/ mini-vans

950 automobiles for sale

950 automobiles for sale

The Riverview Delhi 20th Annual KIWANIS CAR SHOW Rollin On The River Fernbank Park July 26th Registration 9-noon Info: Call Al 941-7700 www.rollinontheriver carshow.com

CHEV Venture LT ’02 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

CHEV Lumina ’99. Blue, new brakes/front tires, 201K mi., 6 cyl, 4 door, $2200 obo. 513-543-4712

LAND ROVER Discovery II TOYOTA Camry DX ’90 Series ’00: Great cond. wht/tan lthr, auto, V8, dual Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! snrfs. $4900. 513-266-6528 OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

VW Karmann Ghia ’70. 4 cyl, 83,672 miles, Red, $4995. 859-384-7770

935 trucks/suvs DODGE Dakota ’00 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

CHRYSLER 300M ’99 LEXUS ES 300 ’97

CHRYS Voyager ’00 Only 103k mi., needs motor, tran/ac good, body in/out good no rust $950obo. 859.817.9424

tint, cd, lthr, 115000mi., Black, $3,500 859-466-5883

CHRYSLER LHS

GMC Sierra Crew Cab 3500 ’96 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 HONDA CR_V LX ’00 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

HYUNDAI Sante Fe ’04- 60k mis, exc cond, 4cyl, manual, good mileage, sunrf, $9500, 859-689-2447

eqpt w/elect wh.chr lift. fully eqpt. Low miles 859-282-7776

TOYOTA RAV4 01 71K Auto FWD $8,500 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000 950 automobiles for sale

FORD Focus 02 coupe Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 FORD Focus ZX4 ’05 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

FORD WINDSTAR 01 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 HONDA Odyssey ex ’99 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 HONDA ODYSSEY EX-L ’08: 4dr, van, slvr, 22K mis, gray lthr, ht’d seats, 6 disc CD in dash & many other options. Incredible, well maint. vehicle. $26,995 513367-6109 ask for John MERCURY Villanger 95 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

NISSAN 200SX Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 Nissan 200SX SE’97 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

FORD Mustang GT ’06. Auto, black/black, loaded, one owner, 28K mi. $19,000. Exc cond. 513-829-3193

OLDS Eighty-Eight ’99 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

GEO Prizm 93 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

PONT Bonneville SE ’98. 4 dr, super sharp, runs great! $2995/firm. 859-609-3619

HONDA Accord ES ’93 Auto, FWD, White, $2,250 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

PONT. Montana ’00

PONTIAC Vibe GT 09 110 miles! awd $13,995 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

REPOSSESSION SALE The following cars will be sold at public sale on 7/20/09 at 10:00am to the high est bidder for cash: CHEV Venture ’02 1GNDX03E52D100621 FORD Contour ’99 1FAFP6538XK172003 OLDS Alero ’01 1G3NL52T31C228589 PONT Montana ’00 1GMDXZ3E5YD208587 Sale will be held at : 10975 US 25 Walton, Ky. 41094 Time Auto Sales 859-283-9966 Seller reserves right to bid

HONDA Accord LX ’05 16K Auto FWD $11,999 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

BUICK LESABRE LTD ’99; 3.8, lthr, p/seats, CD, cass, keyless, alloy whls, super clean. $4375. 513-774-9767 BUICK Regal 02 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 CHEVY Cavalier 04 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

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HONDA Accord SE 06 43K Fwd Auto $11,900 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370 HONDA Civic 96 hatch Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

HONDA Civic LX ’98. Exc cond, must sell, FUEL SAVER 859-525-0441

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TOYOTA Corolla LE ’98. full pwr, cruise, new tires, Fuel Saver. exc cond. 859-525-0441 TOYOTA Matrix S 09 108 miles! Fwd $13,995 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

SUBARU Forester S ’00 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

KIA Sephia ’01 Green, 90k, $2,600 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

TOYOTA Camry ’07 White, Auto, FWD $13,795 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

1A166709 Taurus / 4dr Sdn SE Maroon / 3L 6-Cylinder Automatic 186,947 miles

$2,995

1998 Ford

VOLKS Jetta GL ’04 80K,Manual, $7,500 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370 VOLKSWAGEN Jetta ’94 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 VOLSWAGEN Jetta gl ’98 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

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2003 Dodge

3H519626 Intrepid / 4 dr sdn Es Inferno Red Tinted Pearl / 3.5 L 6-Cylinder Automatic 128,528 miles Handyman Special!

2002 Ford

2008 Chrysler

2W314739 Focus / 4dr Sdn ZTS w/Mach Audio CD Silver Metallic / 2L 4-Cylinder 4-Speed Automatic 90,145 miles

2007 Hyundai

2007 Mazda

$5,995

8T122822 PT Cruiser / 4dr Wgn Surf Blue Pearl / 2.4L 4-Cylinder 4-Speed Automatic 37,117 miles

$9,887

2004 Audi

75M28349 Mazda6 / 4dr sdn Auto i Sport VE Dark Cherry Mica / 2.3L 4-Cylinder 5-Speed Automatic 44,593 miles Internet Specials!

2003 Chevrolet

2007 Chevrolet 2006 Chevrolet

3D244076 Venture / Ext WB w/LT 1SG Pkg Galaxy Silver Metallic /3.4L 6-Cylinder 4-Speed Automatic 134,890 miles

$4,997

Kerry Kars

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$12,459

7S584500 HHR / 2WD 4dr LT Silverstone Metallic / 2.2L 4-Cylinder 4-Speed Automatic 49,056 miles

$10,495

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12,999 $22,499

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$

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WA206689 Taurus / 4dr Sdn SE Vibrant White (CC) / 3L 6-Cylinder Automatic 87,074 miles Low miles!

26917160 Tracker / 4dr Hardtop 2WD LT White / 2.5L 6-Cylinder Automatic 124,004 miles

$5,995

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2002 Chevrolet

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859-992-3304

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TOYOTA Corolla LE ’07 36k, auto fwd $10,900 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

TOYOTA Prius

HONDA Accord LE ’07 24K,Auto,Fwd, $14,900 G & L AUTO SALES 866-906-6370

V6 auto, full pwr, JEEP Grand exc cond. Cherokee Laredo ’97. 859-525-0441 4x4, auto, full power, fuel saver. 950 automobiles 859-525-0441 for sale SATURN VUE ’02. 5-spd, sunroof, new brakes. $4500. 859-647-1709

’01

New Tires, Brakes, MAZADA Protege 95 Well maint., Gold, Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! 94,903mi, $5400. OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 DODGE Grand Cara- 859-907-5176 van ’06 45K, Black w/gray int. Runs great. MERC Marquis GS ’04 CHRYSLER PT Cruiser 03 Asking $12,100 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, 859-409-9221 You Can Bank on Us! You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 FORD Club Wagon XLT ’98 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! CHRYS PT Cruis lmt ’05 MITS DIAMANTE ’01 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 FORD Coach Van ’05;

DODGE Dakota Sprt ’98 FORD E350 Van 94 200k AutoDiesel $3,500 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, G & L AUTO SALES You Can Bank on Us! 866-906-6370 OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136 FORD Explorer ’99 Buy Here - Pay Here since 1961, You Can Bank on Us! OHIO MOTORS 877-736-8136

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950 automobiles for sale

4A043480 A4 / 2004 4dr Sdn 1.8T quattro Auto Blue / 1.8L 4-Cylinder Automatic 58,658 miles Moonroof!

$12,995

#68198012 colorado / Crew Cab 126.0” WB 2WD LT w/1LT Black / 3.5L 5-Cylinder Automatic 52,174 miles

$12,995

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$

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2006 CHEVY HHR BLUE X8113A.........................................................................................$10,998 2002 TOYOTA RAV 4 4x4 4 DR BLUE X8334B...............................................................$11,599 2006 PONTIAC G6 GRAY XP4775........................................................................................$11,985 2001 CHEVY TAHOE WHITE X8406A..................................................................................$11,995 1999 GMC SIERRA 2500 SILVER BIRCH X8429A...........................................................$12,588 2006 PONTIAC G6 4 DR GRAY XP4782............................................................................$12,588 2005 PONTIAC G6 4 DR WHITE XP4769..........................................................................$12,598 2008 CHEVY EXPRESS VAN WHITE XP4764....................................................................$13,528 2007 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 BLUE XP4759B..............................................................$13,588 2005 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 2.5 4 DR GRAY X8502A..................................................$13,599 2006 CHEVY EQUINOX BLACK XP4770.............................................................................$13,985 2006 CHEVY MALIBU LTZ 4 DR SILVER XP4776A.........................................................$13,985 2006 MAZDA 3 SILVER X8495B............................................................................................$13,998 2005 HONDA ODYSSEY RED X8420A................................................................................$14,588 2007 SATURN AURA XE 4 DR SILVER XP4766B.............................................................$14,588 2004 FORD EXPEDITION 4x4 4 DR WHITE XP4754A..................................................$14,588 2007 PONTIAC G5 YELLOW XP4736..................................................................................$14,599 2008 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS V6 4 DR WHITE, XP4768.............................................$14,985 2005 CHEVY COLORADO CREW CAB BLACK XP4742A..............................................$14,995 2004 FORD MUSTANG BLUE XP4740..................................................................................$14,998 2006 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX BLACK XP4753..................................................................$14,998

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$

2009 CHEVY MALIBU

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$

Black, Stk. #XP4770

Stk. #XP4752

NOW

18,285

$

2005 CHEVY COLORADO X8414B...........................................................................................$15,898 2007 BUICK RENDEZVOUS CARDINAL RED XP4748.....................................................$15,998 2006 PONTIAC G6 EMERALD GREEN XP4762.................................................................$15,998 2006 VOLKSWAGEN NEW BEETLE CPE GREEN XP4828............................................... $16,427 2006 PONTIAC G6 GT WHITE XP4774.................................................................................$16,528 2005 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GREYSTONE XP4761......................................................$16,889 2005 BUICK LaCROSSE CXL 4 DR STEEL MIST METAL XP4772...................................$16,985 2005 HONDA ACCORD EX V6 NAVI 4 DR SILVER XP4780 ..........................................$16,998 2007 FORD FIVE HUNDRED BLACK XP4767.......................................................................$17,588 2007 CHEVY MONTE CARLO RED X8201A.........................................................................$18,998 2009 CHEVY MALIBU WHITE XP4752..................................................................................$19,998 2006 PONTIAC G6 PERFORMANCE RED XP4781...........................................................$19,998 2007 CHEVROLET EXPRESS CUT AWAY VAN WHITE XP4778.....................................$21,985 2005 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 4x4 4 DR BLACK XP4773.............................................$22,985 2009 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS SPYDER CONVT, SILVER, X8233A...........................$23,995 2006 GMC ENVOY XL WHITE XP4793..................................................................................$24,985 2003 CHEVY CORVETTE YELLOW XP4790..........................................................................$25,588 2006 AUDI A6 BLACK XP4794................................................................................................$25,599 2006 GMC ENVOY XL RED JEWEL TINT XP4792.............................................................$25,985 2005 GMC YUKON XL DENALI 4x4 4 DR WHITE XP4784............................................$25,998 2007 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4x4 EXT CAB BLUE X8311A......................................$25,998 2009 GMC ENVOY SLE 4x4 4 DR SILVER XP4783...........................................................$29,999

0% APR for 60 months is $16.67 per $1000 financed, no down payment required with approved credit in lieu of rebates. All incentives deducted to achieve sale prices or savings. *$199 Mo. $14,599 sale price after rebates, $999 Down payment, 84 months @ 6.39% APR with approved credit. GM certified limited warranty has restrictions, see dealer for details. In stock units only, subject to prior sale. Vehicle / equipment may vary from photo. All prices plus tax, license, fees. Offers end 7/22/2009.

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$1699

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25 8

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239

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VALUE RATED!

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Stk #M17978

$12,950

2008 CHEVROLET 2008 CHEVROLET 2006 CHEVROLET 2005 CHEVROLET MALIBU LS SILVERADO 1500 LT TAHOE Z71 EQUINOX LT

Stk #M17992

$15,950

$15,950

Stk #M18005

Stk #M17871

$17,950

Stk #M17997

$18,950

2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA LS

Stk #M17989

$10,950

2008 PONTIAC VIBE

Stk #M17967

$12,950

2006 HUMMER H3

Stk #M17894

$18,950

2007 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS

Stk #M17952

$11,450

2008 DODGE MAGNUM

Stk #M17968

$13,950

2003 DODGE RAM 3500 SLT

Stk #M17947

$21,950

or visit us at www.superiorcars.com

I-75, Exit 6 (THE CINCINNATI ZOO EXIT) 260 W. Mitchell Ave. • 513-541-3300

HOURS: OPEN SUNDAY MON.-THURS. 9AM-8PM 12-5 FRI. 9AM-6PM, SAT. 9AM-5PM 1001484340-01

We’re Easy To Find! 15 Minutes From Somewhere! You Can Get Here From There!

Prices exclude tax, title and license. Vehicles subject to prior sale. All rebates to dealer. All offers on approved credit. Dealer not responsible for typographical errors. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only and may not reflect actual vehicle advertised. All offers expire 7/21/2009.

SUPERIOR HYUNDAI NORTH AND SUPERIOR HYUNDAI SOUTH IS GOING ALL OUT IN AN ATTEMPT TO

SELL 250 NEW HYUNDAIS BY THE END OF THE MONTH! ata 2009 Hyundai Son

† E T A A REB $ 3,000 HM LE! B A L I A AV

WHATEVER IT TAKES! $ 3,000 5 0 0 N O HUGE DOWN OUNTS PAYMENTS

(1)

HYUNDAI NORTH

1/2 Mile South Of Jungle Jim’s On Route 4 In Fairfield

DISC

TOP DOLLAR In HMA FOR TRADES Rebates

OVER

NEW HYUNDAIS AVAILABLE

HYUNDAI SOUTH

Mitchell Avenue At Exit 6 Off I-75, The Cincinnati Zoo Exit

877-869-8109 SUPERIORCARS.COM 888-626-3371 All prices plus tax, title, license, registration and documentary fees. All prior sales final. All rebates to dealer. All offers to qualified buyers through HMFC. Illustrations may not represent actual vehicle advertised. All offers expire 7/21/09. † HMA rebate applies to New 2009 Hyundai Sonata. Amount varies based on applicable HMA vehicle rebate. In lieu of special rate financing thru HMFC. (1) $0 down payment pending credit approval to qualified buyers.

1001484341-01

D8


Thursday, July 16, 2009

Kentucky

- Community Classified

$4, AV 500 AIL GO ABL V’T E N ALL OW OW ! AN CE

Visit us at www.columbiahyundai.com

COLUMBIA

$3,500

$4,500

AVAILABLE NOW!

ROBIN FAULKNER

All l owaa ncc e Rebate Ree b a tee System Car C a r Allowance S yss tee m NOW AVAILABLE AT COLUMBIA HYUNDAI!

McFARLAND JJON ON M c FA R L A N D

18 MPG*

2009 Santa Fe

22 MPG*

2009 Veracruz

20 MPG*

MSRP...........................................$24,020 HMA Rebate.................................-$2,000 Columbia Discount........................-$2,021

BUY FOR

BUY FOR

9,494 228,8,18585 119,494

$

BUY FOR

19 999 19,999

$

$

$

29 MPG*

28 MPG*

2009 Tucson

MSRP.....................$31,185 MSRP.....................$21,065 HMA Rebate............-$1,000 HMA Rebate............-$1,000 Columbia Discount. .-$2,000 Columbia Discount.....-$571

#60827

$

CAL AJMAL

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

AVAILABLE NOW!

CASH FOR CLUNKERS

JERRY TERRY

D9

25 MPG*

2009 Accent

2009 Elantra

5 Speed & More!

BUY FOR

BUY FOR

BUY FOR

2010 2009 Elantra Genesis Touring Coupe 2.0T

2009 Sonata

5 Speed & More!

5 Speed & More! #31176

24 9 159 249 199 19 9 $159

MSRP.....................$19,715 HMA Rebate............-$1,500 Columbia Discount. .-$1,350

$

$

24 MPG*

26 MPG*

with $0 down plus tax & title with $0 down plus tax & title with $0 down plus tax & title MSRP.....................$19,375 MSRP.....................$14,795 HMA Rebate............-$3,000 HMA Rebate Rebate............-$2,000 ............-$2,000 MSRP.....................$10,760 Columbia Discount..-$1,400 Columbia Discount..-$1,350 Columbia Discount..-$1,300

259 2 5 9 116,865 6,8865

BUY FOR

$

$ $ 3,000 $1,571 $11,4 14,975 $2,850 9,4 4 6 0 9,460 445 11,445 OFF OFF OFF PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS.

4,021 OFF

OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS.

OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS.

OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS.

BUY FOR

$

Per Month + Tax 36 Month Lease

$1,999 $1,999

Due at lease inception plus tax, title & registration

*Combined MPG. Some high trim levels shown. All prices plus tax, title, license, registration and documentary fees. All prior sales final. All rebates to dealer. All offers to qualified buyers through HMFC. Illustration may not represent actual vehicle advertised. *7.99% APR for 78 months to qualified buyers w/730 beacon score or better. Accent, Sonata & Elantra is with $0 down plus tax & title. **33,000 MSRP 12,000 miles per year, $2,699 due at lease inception plus tax, title, registration fees. Customer is responsible 20¢ for each additional mile over 12,000 miles. Must still own a Hyundai to recieve Owner Loyalty. Some cars may have to be ordered. Offer expires 7/31/09.

RIGHT NOW, BUY ANY NEW HYUNDAI AND IF IN THE NEXT YEAR YOU LOSE YOUR INCOME, WE WILL LET YOU RETURN IT. THAT IS THE HYUNDAI ASSURANCE. HYUNDAI ADVANTAGE

AMERICA’S BEST WARRANTY!

10 Year/100,000 Mile Powertrain ★ 5 Year/60,000 Mile Bumper to Bumper ★ 5 Year/Unlimited Roadside Assistance www.columbiahyundai.com

I-275 & MONTGOMERY RD.

489-2000

1-800-615-6483

TALK DIRECTLY TO ROBIN FAULKNER FREE

24 HOUR AUTOMATED CREDIT HOTLINE! Columbia Hyundai/Acura

COLUMBIA ACURA www.columbiaacura.com 2009 ACURA TSX TECH 2009 ACURA TL $349 $399* *

MONTH + TAX 36 MO LEASE $1,599 DUE AT SIGNING

MONTH + TAX 36 MO LEASE $1,999 DUE AT SIGNING

UA8629JW AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, BASE MODEL

CU2669KW AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, BASE MODEL

2009 ACURA MDX $499* MONTH + TAX 36 MO LEASE $2,299 DUE AT SIGNING

YD2829JNW AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, BASE MODEL *12,000 MILES PER YEAR, 20¢ MILE OVER, CLOSED END LEASE. $0 DISPOSITION FEE, PLUS TAX, TITLE, LICENSE & DOC FEE. PURCHASE OPTION AT LEASE END. QUALIFIED BUYERS. SALE ENDS 7/31/09. **2.9% APR FOR UP TO 60 MONTHS & 3.9% APR FOR UP TO 60 MONTHS TO QUALIFIED BUYERS. **CREDIT SCORE OF 660 REQUIRED. EVERY QUALIFIED CUSTOMER WITH A TRANSUNION FICO SCORE OF 660 OR HIGHER WILL BE ELIGIBLE FR THE ADVERTISED LEASE RATES.

JACOB CLOSE

I-275 & MONTGOMERY RD.

513-530-0100

C E RT I F I E D Pre-Owned Vehicles

2008 MDX...................................$37,995 Silver, ONLY 5K MILES #9745

2008 TL.......................................$29,995 15k Miles, Dark Blue, Truly Like New! #9677

2008 TL.......................................$29,995 Navigation, Gray, 20k Miles #9744

2006 MDX TOURING..................$26,995

COLUMBIA ACURA

JON McFARLAND

Pre-Owned Cars,, Trucks,, Vans,, SUV’s

Columbia’s BEST BUYS! 2004 VW TOUREG AWD....................$16,995

$6000 & UNDER SPECIAL!

2003 FORD ZX2....................................$5,995 Red, 73k #41128-1

1999 FORD RANGER...........................$4,995 #30374-1

MANAGER’S SPECIAL

REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!!

Black, 69k Miles #70173-1

2001 JEEP CHEROKEE 4X4................$4,995

5spd, Silver w/Blk Stripes, 45k #9665

1996 PLYMOUTH BREEZE..................$4,495 17k Miles, Black

2005 MUSTANG GT............................$16,995 White #9629-1

2008 HONDA FIT SPORT...................$16,495 White, 93k #41121-1 Red, 5spd, 9k Miles #80586-1

CORVETTE SPECIAL!

Navi/DVD, Silver, 47k Miles #9766

2004 LEXUS ES 330...........................$14,995

FINANCING AS LOW AS 3.9% ON SELECT CERTIFIED ACURAS!

2005 TOYOTA SIENNA LE.................$14,595 111k, Red, Spoiler, Restored #9720-1 Blue, 59k Miles #11083-1

Black, 79k Miles #30096-1

1989 CORVETTE................................$12,995

2004 SUBARU FORESTER................$11,995 2004 ‘VETTE.......................................$27,995 Gold, 52k #30126-1

Hardtop, Black/Black, 28k #106049

06 LEXUS SC 430......$33,995

REDUCED! R E D U C E D ! #9707

FREE

24-Hour Automated Credit Hotline Pre-qualifying for an auto loan is as easy as pushing a button. 2 Hr. Response During Normal Business Hours

Columbia Hyundai 1-800-615-6483 or speak directly to Robin Faulkner 489-2000

• Bankruptcy • Repossession • No Credit • 1st Time Buyer • Divorce • New Job


D10

Kentucky - Community Classified

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Lawrenceburg/Greendale Exit 16 on I-275 Less than a mile from OH & KY - Miles from the Competition! DEMO SALE

CHRYSLERS

DODGES

JEEPS

2008 DODGE AVENGER SXT

’09 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TRG

’09 DODGE JOURNEY SE

’09 JEEP COMPASS

Stk #8-9534 MSRP $21,520

Stk #9-3067 MSRP $30,465

Now Only

YOU SAVE 6000

24,965

$

$

Stk #9-9012 MSRP $33,965

Now Only

14,530

$

Now Only YOU SAVE 4300 $

24,965

$

Stk #9-4517 MSRP $26,045

23,545

$

’09 DODGE NITRO 4x4

16,430

$

Stk #9-2504 MSRP $18,970

Now Only

Now Only

18,920

$

YOU SAVE 8000 $

13,970

$

Stk #9-3035 MSRP $35,890

Stk #9-7502 MSRP $37,335

Now Only

Now Only

26,890

$

YOU SAVE $9000

’09 DODGE JOURNEY SE

Stk #9-1552 MSRP $21,890

Now Only

16,390

$

Rob Green

General Sales Mgr.

YOU SAVE 4500 $

YOU SAVE $5000

’09 CHRYSLER SEBRING LTD CONVERTIBLE

’09 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TRG

HARD TOP

29,335

$

YOU SAVE 8000 $

Now Only

Stk #9-3012 MSRP $42,935

’09 WRANGLER X

24,890

27,770

$

Stk #9-3068 MSRP $28,540

Stk #9-5013 MSRP $26,690

Now Only

Now Only

21,540

$

YOU SAVE 7000 $

20,990

$

Stk #9-4022 MSRP $22,845

Stk #9-8505 MSRP $22,530

Now Only

Now Only

14,845

YOU SAVE $8000

’09 DODGE RAM 2500 4x4

18,930

$

Stk #9-8001 MSRP $45,425

Now Only

Now Only

27,895

YOU SAVE $9000

’09 CHARGER SXT

SPOILER GRAPHICS

34,425

$

YOU SAVE $11,000

’09 GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 LAREDO

Stk #9-5514 MSRP $33,255

Now Only

19,959

$

YOU SAVE $3000

’09 JEEP COMMANDER LTD 4x4

Stk #9-4065 MSRP $36,895

$

YOU SAVE $5700

’09 JEEP PATRIOT

’09 DODGE RAM 1500 ST

$

YOU SAVE $2000

’09 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 4x4

Now Only YOU SAVE $10,000

YOU SAVE $3500

Now Only

$

Stk #9-7004 MSRP $27,959

32,935

$

15,695

$

Stk #9-4541 MSRP $26,890

’09 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE

’09 TOWN & CO LTD

Now Only YOU SAVE $5500

LEATHER, MOONROOF, 3.5 High Output V6

’09 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER

Stk #9-5002 MSRP $26,920

YOU SAVE 6000 $

’09 DODGE CHALLENGER

YOU SAVE 9000

Now Only

YOU SAVE $2500

17,230

$

$

Stk #9-1001 MSRP $20,930

Now Only

Now Only

Stk #9-6022

’09 CHRYSLER SEBRING LX SEDAN

’09 JEEP WRANGLER X 4x4

Now Only $

’09 CHRYSLER 300 SIGNATURE TOURING

’09 DODGE CALIBER SXT

Stk #9-2013 MSRP $18,830

YOU SAVE 5500

Stk #9-2032 MSRP $19,195

YOU SAVE $10.000

24,655

$

YOU SAVE $8600

*All sale prices reflect all available incentives, including combination of rebate, owner loyalty, aged inventory cash, and credit union cash. Expires July 21, 2009.

Bill Bennett

Sales Manager

Mike McKeever Business Manager

Ray Perin

Internet Manager

Erin Schultz

Sales Professional

Bill Fish Brunner Sales Professional

Dennis Hewitt

Sales Professional

John Masters

Sales Professional

Jason Richmond Sales Professional

Rick Pennekamp Sales Professional

Certified Buy Back Guarantee

Phone: (513)-564-8766 | Local: (812) 537-2525 | Toll Free: (877) 543-3363 www.kiddchryslerdodgejeep.com

1001481851-01

15,520

$

Now Only

Stk #9-1531 MSRP $23,230


Living CreativeLiving Kentucky • July 2009

INSIDE:

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An Advertising-Sponsored Magazine Published by The Community Press/Recorder.


B A C K

T O

S C H O O L

Children develop to their fullest potential at NKMC

I

t is a proven fact that the brain’s development and stimulation between the ages of 3 and 6 is critical. At Northern Kentucky Montessori Center (NKMC), children can organically develop to their fullest potential. The staff at NKMC encourage children to become engaged in productive work and play at a very independent level. The curriculum is quite sophisticated at NKMC including French, Spanish, American Sign Language, geography, science and art. All of the teachers hold graduate degrees and embrace the Montessori philosophy

Shop Karen’s for the

LATEST BACK TO SCHOOL FASHIONS Bring in this Coupon in for

25% OFF ANY ONE

REGULAR PRICED ITEM Must present ad. One coupon per person. $20.00 maximum discount. Expires 8-30-09

“Making Fashionable Affordable”

341-3111

2456 Anderson Road Crescent Springs, KY (next to Crescent Springs Hardware)

www.karensconsignments.com Furniture ❦ Finer Decorative Household Accessories ❦ Antiques ❦ Ladies Fashions ❦ Mens ❦ Childrens ❦ Fashion Accessories

www.nky.com 4

C R E A T I V E

L I V I N G

espoused by Maria Montessori and the American Montessori Society. “Our highly qualified teachers recognize individual’s interests enabling children to learn the art of selfdiscipline, concentration, coordination and orderly management of their time,” says Executive Director, Julia Preziosi. Because the classroom is a mixed-age group of children from 3 to 6 years old, children learn from their peers and develop empathy and leadership qualities not as easily gained in a single-age grouping. Children attend school five days a week and adhere to

a typical school year calendar. Students have the options of full days, morning or afternoon classes and after-school care until 5:30 p.m. NKMC is expanding this summer into the adjoining building, which has helped them to double in size. There are still some spaces available and parents can view the facilities and meet the teachers at an Open House on Aug. 23 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. NKMC is located at 2625 Anderson Road in Crescent Springs. For more information you can call 331-3725 or visit their Web site at www.nkmc.org.

Karen says ‘thank you’

I

t may be a little difficult to navigate through the construction on Buttermilk Pike in Crescent Springs, but the treasures and bargains found at Karen’s Consignments on Anderson Road make it worth your while. And your efforts are greatly appreciated. “I want to say ‘thank you’ to all of our loyal customers and consignors for their patience during the construction,” says owner Karen Wehage. Karen’s Consignments is the place to come for great back to school fashions and savings whether you’re a mom shopping for your children or teens or going back to school

n k y. c o m

Karen’s Consignments Sales Associates Ute Stewart and Jill Hamlin and owner Karen Wehage gather around the myriad variety of accessories.

yourself. Walking into the shop, you forget this is not a store in a mall, until you glimpse the prices. “We only accept items that are in excellent shape,” explains Wehage. “And everything is computerized. When you bring in items, you will be paid when it sells, and it

is a 50-50 split.” New consignors are welcome. Call with any questions at 341-3111. They are currently accepting school uniforms, and starting Aug. 1 will accept light-weight fall items. The store is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

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