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The Hyde Park Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2012. At least that is what branch manager Kathy Rieck hopes depending on the results of an upcoming levy and the extent of state budget cuts. FULL STORY, A4

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Mount Lookout homeowners have 3 months for repairs By Lisa Wakeland

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Owners of a Mt. Lookout home scheduled for demolition have another three months to improve the property. Pam Miller and her husband, Charles Shrout, who live in Miami Township, were granted a 90-day reprieve to make repairs to the Civil War-era house and find a buyer. “I’m excited that we have the time to do more work on the property,” Miller said. The city of Cincinnati has been trying for eight years to get the owners to make necessary repairs to the house at 759 Delta Ave. After receiving numerous complaints from neighbors, the city issued a demolition order in April and a backhoe was on the property in June. City officials have asked Miller and Shrout to bring the house up to minimum building standards and repair downspouts, gutters, cornices and both the front and rear porch. The owners are working with the Cincinnati Preservation Association to save the house and have cleared much of the overgrown weeds in the yard and ivy covering the house. “I knew this house had some serious issues, we just didn’t know that the need was so dire,” said Margo Warminski, the agency’s preservation director. “Once this house is restored it can be a model to show people what you can do to take a rundown house and turn it around.” Miller and Shrout moved to the house in 1984 shortly after they were married and moved to Clermont County in 1999 after their second daughter was born. After leaving, the couple rented the house for a while, but financial and health issues overshadowed the property maintenance. “Between unemployment and battling (breast cancer), it was

Owner Pam Miller said they estimated the home at 759 Delta Ave. was built in 1863 because there was no date on the house when they bought it. After some research, Miller said they found out there was nothing on the property in 1860 and a brick house was there in 1865. Margo Warminski, preservation director of the Cincinnati Preservation Association, said the house appears in an 1869 atlas of Hamilton County and the first-known owner’s last name is Griffin. According to the Hamilton County Auditor, the house has a market value of $214,310. There are four bedrooms and two full bathrooms in the 2,560 square feet of finished space.

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Owner Pam Miller, right, and Margo Warminski of the Cincinnati Preservation Association at Miller's house at 759 Delta Ave. in Mt. Lookout. The city has given Miller and her husband Charles Shrout 90 days to clean up the property and find a buyer. Miller said “we really hard for us have no idea” to keep up,” More pictures what hapMiller said. To see a photo gallery of some of pened. “I did not the house’s features, go to www. Neighbor come down to Cincinnati.com/mountlookout and click Alex Keith, the property duron this story. whose propering that time ty abuts the period.” They had a maintenance group Delta Avenue home, said it has that was supposed to take care of been abandoned for more than the property and the house, but five years and is infested with rac-

coons that often cut through her yard. Keith said two years ago Shrout asked to use her yard as a ladder base to begin restoration of the house. She said he only replaced a part of the gutter and nothing else. Keith fears they will make minor repairs and disappear again. Miller said they are actively trying to sell the property and more than a dozen people have come to look at the house. “I just want it to go to somebody who can appreciate it,” she said. “We can’t afford to do what it needs right now.” Miller and Shrout are working to find contractors to fulfill the 13 requirements from the city to bring the house up to standard. Warminski said she wants the house to be restored and not be one of the many vacant buildings torn down by the city. “So many people cannot see beyond things like peeling paint and failing gutters,” Warminski said. “They see problems and think a house is hopeless and can’t be saved. This will show them otherwise.”

Restaurant remembered fondly By Rob Dowdy rdowdy@communitypress.com

Despite closing about two years ago, the Village Kitchen is still remembered by its owners as “a unique, neighborhood place.” The restaurant initially opened in downtown Mariemont in 1963. Owners Art and Maureen Plate said business soared, as local residents flocked to the restaurant known for its homestyle meals and friendly atmosphere. Art Plate said Village Kitchen was often a meeting place for patrons to discuss current events while sipping a cup of coffee. “When we were in downtown Mariemont that was the place to meet,” he said. It relocated in 2004 to Columbia Township at the corner of

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Wooster Pike and Walton Creek Road and maintained its charm and customer base. However, after about two years, the Plates decided to retire and sell the business. Village Kitchen was no more, and a new restaurant took its place. Randy Cooper, who owns the property Village Kitchen moved to in 2004, said the new owners changed the menu, the prices and the name when they took over. The results were less customers, and the restaurant closed its doors for good about one month ago. “They lost the loyalty and patronage of the Indian Hill, Mariemont and Terrace Park areas that supported the restaurant for many years,” Cooper said. Maureen Plate, who started the business more than 40 years

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Village Kitchen, which originally opened in 1963 and moved to Columbia Township in 2004, was once a busy restaurant with a committed group of regular customers. The owners sold the restaurant, and the space is now vacant. ago with the help of her mother, said she’s “just heartbroken” that Village Kitchen is no longer the

“unique neighborhood place” it used to be. “It’ll be missed,” Cooper said.

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The Hyde Park Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2012. At least that is what branch manager Kathy Rieck hopes depending on the results of an upcoming levy and the extent of state budget cuts. The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will have a 1-mill levy on the November ballot. If approved the levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home approximately $30 a year. According to a release from the library, 15 to 20 branches could close if the levy fails. However, Rieck said circulation continues to grow. “Our circulation (recently) went up 11.3 percent,” she said. A number of Tristate residents have voiced their support for the library. “(The library) recently started an outreach program

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Hyde Park resident Laura Jenkins, left, reads a story to her daughter, Priya, 5, at the Hyde Park Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.The library will have a 1-mill levy on the November ballot.

Residents respond “I would support the levy. My kids use the library once or twice a month.” Julie Hicks, Hyde Park “I don’t know much about for the disabled,” said Linwood resident Kim Betts. “My mother is a devout advocate of the library.” However, Betts said she had mixed emotions about

the levy, but I would probably support it. I love the library in Cincinnati and would want to keep all of the branches open.” Jennie Chacon, East Walnut Hills the levy. “I would like for them to find another avenue,” she said. Hyde Park resident Margaret Joyce said she would support a levy. “I think it’s a

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The Children’s Home to open new building By Forrest Sellers fsellers@communitypress.com

The Children’s Home of Cincinnati will soon add to its Madisonville campus. Construction has begun on a new Adolescent Services Building for students with behavioral problems. The building will serve as both a high school and as a facility for children with severe mental health issues, said Ellen Katz Johnson, president and CEO of The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. Construction of the Adolescent Services Building is part of a master plan for the 40-acre Madison Road campus, which will include a new Community Services Building and driveway improvements. The new Community Services Building is currently in operation. Programs previously offered at the Hope Acade-

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Terrace Park girl on a mission to help out Haitian children

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The Terrace Park resident brought her family on future trips and became more involved with Two years ago, Lauren Neal the mission each of the five times took a trip that would change her she went to Haiti. life. Prior to a spring break trip last She learned of a mission called year, Neal collected clothes from “Jesus in Haiti” through her her friends and family, and church and was brought eight touched by phoduffel bags full of Lauren Neal, who will be a tos of the chilitems to the senior at Mariemont High school, orphandren. “I just felt School this fall, said she loves age and church. like I needed to summer, seeing the same children on This go,” Neal said. she brought 14 the trips as they get older. bags. It took a while to con“It was excitvince her mom, but Neal, 17, ing to see,” she said of the chilraised the $1,000 needed for the dren, especially the girls, picking trip and she flew to Haiti with her out new clothes. “They don’t get mom and eight other people. as much attention as the boys.” As the plane descended, Neal Neal, who will be a senior at said she remembers the tin roof Mariemont High School this fall, huts dotting the mountainous said she loves seeing the same landscape. children on the trips as they get “I remember thinking this is so older. different from anything I’d ever She’s not sure when she will seen,” she said. return, but definitely plans to go “At first I was scared, but back. throughout the week we met so “It changed my life and it’s many people and they’re so been such a big influence,” Neal thankful you’re there.” said.

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Mariemont High School senior Lauren Neal, center, has been on five mission trips to Haiti to help the children.

Seven Hills students earn top places on National Spanish Exam

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Seven Hills Middle School students who earned honors on the recent National Spanish Exam are, from left: Front row, Ansley McElroy, Allie Feuerlein, Hannah Batsche, Sydney Ashe, Marisa Steele, Leah Yuan; middle row, Andrew Ligeralde, Ashok Dheenan, Miguel Alemany, Paige Kebe, Caroline Linne, Hannah Silverman, Bethany Buck, Georgie Russell; back row, Devin Garrett, Jay Bekal, Rachel White, Allie Baretta, Priyanka Parameswaran, Elizabeth Young and Lauren Driskell.

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Seven Hills Upper School students who earned honors on the recent National Spanish Exam are, from left: Sitting, Sara Schonfeld, Sarah Kloepper, Rene Saldanha, Allie Scheiber, Nyla Morgan, Anne Mapes, Jennifer McIlwraith, Emily Bedell; standing, Chessie Scheiber, Lara Saldanha, Jessica Donaldson, Charlie Harper, Robby Woodworth, Luke Beckwith, Bryn Post, Chris Clark, Julie Berger, Lauren Truncellito, Suhel Singh, Luke Wulsin, Katie Cirulli, Peppar Cyr, Josh Tiao, Clarence Ling, Jonathan Tiao and Nancy Cohen.

COLLEGE CORNER Dean’s list

Anna Cooley has been named to the 2009 winter term dean’s list at Hanover College. Cooley, a graduate of Walnut Hills High School, is the daughter of Robert and Debra Cooley.

Bea E. Wissel and Julie M. McCormack have been named to the 2009 spring semes-

ter dean’s list at Boston University. Wissel is from Linwood and McCormack is from Terrace Park.

Patrick R. Carroll and Lawrence William Morley have been named to the 2009 spring semester dean’s list at Wilmington College. Carroll is from Hyde Park. Morley is from Mariemont.

SCHOOL NOTES Honor society

Mariemont High School students Ellen Finucane and Rebecca Tinnel were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor

Society at Scarlet Oaks. Finucane is in the Culinary Arts & Hospitality program at Scarlet Oaks. Tinnel is in the Secondary Practical Nursing.

Seven Hills students recently earned high honors on their respective levels on the National Spanish Exam, including top places in the state. Earning gold medals for scoring at or above the 95th percentile nationally were: Juniors Francesca Scheiber of Amberley (first), Sarah Kloepper of Loveland (tied, second), Robby Woodworth of Hyde Park (tied, second), Nancy Cohen of Hyde Park, Sara Schonfeld of Glendale, Josh Tiao of Hyde Park; sophomores Peppar Cyr of East Walnut Hills (third), Jessica Donaldson of Kennedy Heights, Lara Saldanha of Blue Ash; freshman Alexandra Scheiber of Amberley; and seventh grader Miguel Alemany of Montgomery (first). Earning silver medals for students scoring in the 85th to 94th percentiles nationally were: Senior Anne Standley of Madeira; junior Quinn Schweier of Mariemont; sophomores Charlie Kramer of Indian Hill and Lauren Truncellito of Montgomery; freshman Rene Saldanha of Blue Ash; eighth graders Allie Baretta of Indian Hill, Priyanka Parameswaran of Montgomery and Leah Yuan of Mason; and seventh grader Andrew Ligeralde of Montgomery. Earning bronze medals for scoring in the 75th to 84th per-

centiles nationally were sophomores Luke Beckwith of Milford, Julie Berger of Amberley, Emily Bedell of downtown Cincinnati, Katie Cirulli of Ft. Thomas Ky., Clarence Ling of Clifton, Bryn Post of Locust Corner, Jonathan Tiao of Hyde Park; and eighth graders Marisa Steele of Florence, Ky. and Elizabeth Young of Anderson. Earning honorable mention for scoring in the 50th to 74th percentile nationally were: Senior Jordan Paulsen of Hyde Park; junior Luke Wulsin of Indian Hill; sophomores Chris Clark of Milford, Anne Mapes of Mariemont, Jennifer Mcllwraith of Indian Hill and Nyla Morgan of Edgemont; freshman Suhel Singh of Indian Hill; eighth graders Shray Ambe of Mason, Sydney Ashe of Amberley, Michael Bain of Montgomery, Hannah Batsche of Mason, Jay Bekal of Sycamore Township, Rachael Bentley of Indian Hill, Bethany Buck of Loveland, Lauren Driskell of Mason, Georgie Russell of Hyde Park and Rachel White of Amberley; seventh graders Ashok Dheenan of Symmes Township, Sam Ellis of Indian Hill, Allie Feuerlein of Clifton, Devin Garrett of Amberley, Paige Kebe of Loveland, Caroline Linne of Anderson, Ansley McElroy of Hyde Park and Hannah Silverman of Montgomery.

Openings still available in Great Oaks high school programs Great Oaks instructors are starting to prepare their labs for the fall, and are getting ready for the fall semester. Openings are still available in a number of programs at Great Oaks’ four campuses, including many of the programs which lead to indemand, high-paying careers. For example, openings are available in construction programs at Diamond Oaks, Laurel Oaks, Live Oaks, and Scarlet Oaks. “The future of the construction industry is one of the brighter spots in the declining economy,” said Jim Landon, project superin-

tendent with Kokosing Construction. “The Ohio Department of Transportation has been allotted $774 million in stimulus money on top of its regular budget this year. This will retain or create over 21,000 jobs in Ohio.” Joe Travis, Union Carpenters Apprentice director, agreed. “A graduate from a Great Oaks program can start out making $14.31 per hour plus benefits,” he said. Students who will be juniors in the fall at one of Great Oaks’ 36 affiliated high schools can still apply. Openings are available in many

programs, including: auto collision, automotive Technology, Aviation technology, biotechnology/forensics, commercial/residential electricity, computer service technician and networking, construction, digital television production, e-marketing, equine science, HVAC, interactive media, masonry, plumbing, pre-engineering, robotics and sports rehabilitation therapy. Great Oaks students can earn at least 28 hours of college credit while still in high school. For more information, visit www.greatoaks.com.


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Terrace Park sends 71 kids to finals Local Champions, Seven Hills League The 2009 Seven Hills League Swim Championships consisted of 78 races across 10 divisions. Age divisions for both boys and girls included events for 8-and-under, 9-10 year olds, 11-12 year olds, 13-14 year olds and 15-18 year olds. Below is a list of the locals managing to capture league titles with first-place finishes:

Team Scores

1, Indian Hill Swim Club, 2,377; 2, Miami Hills Swim Club, 2,300.50; 3, Terrace Park Swim Club, 2,132; 4, Forest Hills Swim Club, 1,840.50; 5, Turpin Hills Swim Club, 1,835.50; 6, Normandy Swim Club, 1,121.50.

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Sarah Austin of Terrace Park Swim Club makes her way through the backstroke portion of the 100-meter individual medley Wednesday, July 8, during the 2009 Seven Hills League Swim Championships at Indian Hill Swim Club.

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Erin Purcell of Terrace Park Swim Club makes her way through the 50-meter breaststroke Wednesday, July 8, during the 2009 Seven Hills League Swim Championships at Indian Hill Swim Club.

Local club shines with Seven Hills League By Anthony Amorini aamorini@communitypress.com

Exceeding expectations, 71 swimmers advanced to final heats for Terrace Park Swim Club during the 2009 Seven Hills League Swim Championships. Hundreds of children ages 618 competed in the event with groupings separated into five divisions for both boys and girls. After 78 events, Terrace Park took third place with 2,132 points behind second-place Miami Hills Swim Club of Milford (2,300.5) and first-place Indian Hill Swim Club (2,377). Though Terrace Park couldn’t stop Indian Hill from winning its

fourth-consecutive title, assistant coach Laura Carrigan was thrilled to take third place. “(Terrace Park) had a lot of kids making the finals for the first time,” Carrigan said. “By far (71 kids) was the most we’ve ever had in the finals.” Terrace Park took first place in a trio of age divisions including the 8-and-under boys, the 8-andunder girls and the 9-10 year old girls. “Our kids gave it their best effort and we were extremely happy,” Carrigan said. Carrigan, a 2006 Mariemont graduate who is now 20 years old, began participating with the club at age 6 and has been around ever

since. “We are from a small neighborhood and to have a team is awesome. It’s a great atmosphere and the kids want to come to practice,” Carrigan said of the Terrace Park team and Seven Hills League. The Seven Hills League consists of six teams including Terrace Park, Miami Hills, Indian Hill, Turpin Hills Swim Club, Forest Hills Swim Club and Loveland’s Normandy Swim Club. Petra Vester, a parent of three Indian Hill swimmers and the coordinator of the swimming championship, whole-heartedly agreed with Carrigan. “It’s very family oriented and a great environment for the kids,”

8-and-under, girls: 1, Terrace Park Swim Club (Payton Megowen, Kennedy McNeil, Cora Dupre, Kate Overbey), 1:30.27. 8-and under, boys: 1, Terrace Park Swim Club (Jacob Cox, Matthew Maloney, Jackson Comer, Michael Rubin), 1:34.31. 9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Terrace Park Swim Club (Emma Dietz, Nina Morgan, Sadie Decamp, Rachel Munschauer), 1:10.84 set league record.

25-meter freestyle

9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Rachel Munschauer (Terrace Park Swim Club), 14.74 set league record.

25-meter butterfly

8-and-under, girls: 1, Cora Dupre (Ter-

Vester said of the Seven Hills League. “They are so excited to get their ribbons after the races. They are just so proud. “It’s an intense sport but they come here and they shine.” The Seven Hills League Swim Championships were hosted by Indian Hill with finals concluding Thursday, July 8. The diving portion of the championships were hosted by Forest Hills earlier in the week.

race Park Swim Club), 19.92. 8-and-under, boys: 1, Jackson Comer (Terrace Park Swim Club), 21.21. 9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Sadie Decamp (Terrace Park Swim Club), 16.33.

50-meter butterfly

11-12 year olds, girls: 1, Leah Dupre (Terrace Park Swim Club), 34.07.

25-meter backstroke

8-and-under, girls: 1, Cora Dupre (Terrace Park Swim Club), 20.93. 8-and-under, boys: 1, Jackson Comer (Terrace Park Swim Club), 23.11. 9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Sadie Decamp (Terrace Park Swim Club), 16.67 set league record.

25-meter breaststroke

8-and-under, girls: 1, Kennedy McNeil (Terrace Park Swim Club), 23.22. 9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Nina Morgan (Terrace Park Swim Club), 18.27 set league record.

50-meter breaststroke

11-12 year olds, girls: 1, Leah Dupre (Terrace Park Swim Club), 38.13.

100-meter freestyle relay

8-and-under, boys: 1, Terrace Park Swim Club (Matthew Maloney, Jackson Comer, Michael Lopez, Jacob Cox), 1:20.33.

100-meter freestyle relay

9-10 year olds, girls: 1, Terrace Park Swim Club (Sadie Decamp, Nina Morgan, Emma Dietz, Rachel Munschauer), 1:05.24.

For a pair of aquatic sports which often fly under the radar, Miami Hills Swim Club pool manager Andy Wilson was quick to explain how important the developmental league is. “It’s not as popular as football and basketball so these programs are huge (for development),” Wilson said. “It’s a great way to keep kids in the water and they learn to be part of a team.”

7 Hills honors outstanding athletes The Seven Hills School presented its major athletic awards for the year, honoring students for their athletic accomplishments, sportsman- Miller ship and scholarship. • Senior Sondra Polonsky of Montgomery was voted Female Athlete of the Year by the year’s coaches, and senior Michael Fink of Amberley was voted Male Athlete of the Year. In soccer, Fink was a four-year

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Seven Hills seniors Michael Fink and Sondra Polonsky have been named the Male and Female Athlete of the Year by the school's coaches.

varsity starter playing forward and midfield. He was the Miami Valley Conference Player of the Year his sophomore year. Applebaum This year he was the team’s Most Valuable Player, First Team All-City, First Team All-SW District, Second Team All-State and a LaRosa Player of the Week. He helped the team to Miami Valley Conference, sectional and district championships. Fink will be attending Arizona University. “His soccer coach describes him as an intelligent and technically skilled player, a leader who leads by example and is demanding of his teammates, and someone who would do anything to make his team better,” said Athletic Director Dick Snyder. “He’s wonderful young man who is a gifted athlete, and it showed when he played lacrosse for the first time this year. He showed his speed, agility and power as he helped the lacrosse team’s high power offense.” Sondra Polonsky is a three-

sport athlete and has been for all four years at Seven Hills. In tennis she was First Team AllLeague, First Team All-City and the Coach’s Award Neu winner. In basketball her team won the sectional and district championships and was regional finalist. She received honorable mention recognition from the league. In softball this year she is the Player of the Year, MVC First Team and a District All-Star player. “Her coaches use words like ‘loyal, dedicated and willing to do anything to help the team.’ She loves being part of a team,” said Snyder. “No one practices harder, plays harder and wants to win more, but she also combines this with outstanding sportsmanship. She was the winner of the Elinor Moser Sportsmanship Award her junior year. An outstanding student who was a scholar athlete almost every season, she will attend Washington University in St. Louis next year where she will play softball. • The Elinor Mosher Award was awarded to junior Kyle Neu of

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Seven Hills Middle School eighth-graders Lauren Gerhardt and Nick Bland are congratulated by Seven Hills Middle School Atheltic Director Roger Schnirring for receiving the the 2008-2009 Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Awards. Madeira. The award honors Elinor Mosher, an alumna who epitomized good sportsmanship and playing to the best of one’s ability while encouraging both teammates and opponents. A three-sport athlete, Kyle Neu is a young man who is a quiet leader and a determined athlete who makes every team he plays on better. “Whether it is soccer, basketball or baseball, Kyle Neu has a positive impact,” said Snyder. • Seniors Peter Mannion of Blue Ash and Sarah Rabourn of

Villa Hills, Ky., received 20082009 Ohio Scholar-Athlete Awards. • The 2008-2009 Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Awards, were presented to seniors Paige Applebaum of Symmes Township and Ryan Miller of Hyde Park and eighth-graders Lauren Gerhardt of Oakley and Nick Bland, formerly of Hyde Park. • Seven Hills parent Kristi Woodworth of Hyde Park was presented the Booster Award in recognition of her outstanding efforts on behalf of the Seven Hills sports program.

Sign here for your future

St. Ursula Academy seniors, in front, Lauren Amyx, Rachel Clark, Melissa Gartner, Kristen Meyer and Allison Schultz sign letters of intent to play collegiate sports, while being supported by, in back, Matthew Amyx, Soccer Coach Tara Veith, Richard Clark, Cross Country and Track Coach Jeff Branhan, Carol Clark, Principal Frances Romweber, Ann Gartner, Mark Gartner, President Judith Wimberg, Deb Meyer, Dan Meyer, Golf Coach Mark Hannahan, Jane Schultz and Jack Schultz. Amyx, of Montgomery, plans to play Division I soccer with The Ohio State University. Clark, of Bridgetown, will run Division I cross country and track with Xavier University. Gartner, of Anderson Township, will play Division III soccer at Wittenberg University. Meyer, of Bridgetown, will play Division III basketball at Dennison University. Schultz, of Pleasant Ridge, will play Division I golf with University of Toledo. PROVIDED. SUBMIT PHOTOS TO: MLAUGHMAN@COMMUNITYPRESS.COM


VIEWPOINTS Upright or uptight? A great city with potential to be greater Eastern Hills Press

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Whenever I’ve asked for someone’s take on our beautiful Queen City, by far the most frequent response I’ve heard is that “Cincinnati is a conservative town.” This has been true whether the respondent is a native, a transplant or a visitor. The perception is so widespread that it would seem to be an irrefutable fact, not just in political terms, but also from a more personal perspective. There’s no doubt Cincinnati has an established history that’s been carefully preserved. A customary support of family values, the conservation of art and architecture, a tradition of major league sports, a presence of solid business practices, and an explicit reverence for reputable authority are all admirable traits in defining this city.

They’re also patently conventional. I have yet to hear anyone describe Cincinnati as “liberal,” especially in terms of a perMary Kathryn sonal proclivity, “M.K.” Jones not necessarily a Community political bias. I’ve never Press guest heard Cincinnacolumnist tians described overall as “activist,” “avant-garde,” “cosmopolitan,” “far-reaching,” “freethinking,” “futuristic,” “advanced,” “ultramodern” or “ahead of their time.” Granted, some of these words may have negative connotations. Their implied meaning might hold an insidious threat to our

comfortable lifestyles. At the same time, collective resistance to original thought might indicate closed-mindedness. When it comes to allowing for innovative concepts, we seem a bit wary. A communal snub at individual differences in ideas, outlooks, and objectives could point – at least in part – to a mindnumbing complacency. At its worst, a lack of tolerance translates into bigotry and chauvinism. I’ve watched talented young people leave Cincinnati and never come back because they’re seeking environments that are more accepting of expansive change. I’ve talked to visitors who tell me they enjoy Cincinnati – it’s a lovely city – but there’s a diversity of expression that seems to be lacking. I can’t disagree. It’s a little too homogenized.

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No, I don’t mean homogeneous. I’m alluding to overprocessed milk. Decent family values are timeless. Ethics and morality never go out of style. The safeguarding of ideals we hold sacred remains important to our very survival. However, when protecting our beliefs implies obstructing another’s, we too become constricted. When honor becomes self-righteousness, we limit ourselves. We stop developing into the fullness of our capabilities. Cincinnati is a wonderful city. But I can’t help but wish that we’d all make a little more conscious effort at independent thought and respect for the thoughts of others. An enhanced acknowledgment of human rights – our own and others’ – would allow us all more breathing room.

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Heightened awareness would clear a path to more discovery and development. Shared understanding could lead to accomplishment. As a result, together we might find more enjoyment and fulfillment. A cultivated appreciation of opposing points of view just might allow for some welcome enlightenment. This slight but critical attitude adjustment could result in increased creative energy, more productive collaboration and progress toward a more sophisticated culture, in which everyone reaps the advantages. At least, we’d find it refreshing. In fact, I’m confident we’d all benefit the moment we try harder. I’m resolved. Mary Kathryn “M.K.” Jones of Hyde Park is writing books on protecting civil liberties as they relate to people’s well-being.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR National Family Reunion Month

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July is National Family Reunion Month, a reflection of the popularity of family get-togethers. In fact, the majority of Americans – 62 percent – will attend an annual family reunion sometime this year. These get-togethers can be bittersweet, as recently passed family members are there only in spirit. Yet they also offer the opportunity to honor their memories and celebrate their impact on our lives. Simple gestures often work the best. Say a prayer or have a moment of silence honoring those passed away. Create a photomontage of loved ones. Sit and tell funny and touching stories. Take up a collection and make a donation in that person’s honor to an organization like a local Alzheimer’s Association or Susan G. Komen for the Cure affiliate.

We welcome your comments on editorials, columns, stories or other topics important to you in The Eastern Hills Journal. Include your name, address and phone number(s) so we may verify your letter. Letters of 200 or fewer words and columns of 500 or fewer words have the best chance of being published. Please include a photo with a column submission. All submissions may be edited for length, accuracy and clarity. Deadline: Noon Friday E-mail: easternhills@communitypress.com. Fax: 248-1938. U.S. mail: See box below. Letters, columns and articles submitted to The Eastern Hills Journal may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms. These special reunion moments do more than just honor those no longer with us. They help us cope with the pain of loss and further the healing process. More importantly, they keep their spirits alive and pass on a family’s heritage to younger generations. They create a stronger family bond that cannot be broken by distance or time, which is really

what reunions are all about. So as your extended family gathers to catch up and stay connected, take the time to remember those who are there only in spirit. You’ll help with the healing today, while creating a family tradition for tomorrow. Mike Strick Bereavement Coordinator Crossroads Hospice, Cincinnati

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Hadley Dickinson, 2, daughter of Margot and John Dickinson of Hyde Park, enjoys her lollypop while watching the Fourth of July parade in Indian Hill.

U.S. Rep. Jean Schmidt

2nd District includes nearly all the northeastern and eastern Cincinnati communities. Local: Kenwood office – 8044 Montgomery Road, Room 540, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236; phone 791-0381 or 800-784-6366; fax 7911696. Portsmouth office – 601 Chillicothe St., Portsmouth, Ohio 45662; phone 740-3541440.

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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

Next question Do you think the economic stimulus plan is working, or should the federal government implement another round of stimulus packages? Every week the Eastern Hills Journal asks readers a question they can reply to via e-mail. Send your answers to easternhills@community press.com with Chatroom in the subject line. U.S. to return to the moon, or explore other planets in the solar system. “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 some-

way, 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. “I continue to hope & pray our local township, city and state officials will begin to lead in our objection and bring government back to sanity.” F.J.B. “I remember it like yesterday, I was 12 years old at summer camp in Green Lake, Wisc., we all gathered so excitedly around a very small black and white TV to watch the first step on the moon. The camp was so primitive I have no idea where they got the TV or power cords to hook it up, but it was such an important event the counselors made sure we all wit-

nessed this. It gave our generation such bright hopes for the future. If a man could ‘walk on the moon’ we could do anything we dreamed to accomplish ourselves. For that wonderful experience, I will be forever grateful.” P.H.S. “I would hope that any return to the moon would be pursued only after the budget is balanced and the national debt is paid off. The International Space Station has already cost $125 billion from various countries. Between that and the recent bailouts I suspect the U.S. could have instead lowered taxes and provided for the legal citizens who need help. Go figure!” T.D.T. “My first thoughts were that I prayed that he was going to be able to get off and that we would not truly have a man on the moon

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as we used to say as little kids. “We waist so much money on other programs I cannot see why we should not continue with the moon program.” L.S. “I remember this being an almost religious experience. All over the world, people were glued to their TV’s just as we were. “However, I think space dollars would be better spent on a replacement for the shuttle than returning to the moon at this point in time. Later on, yes, we should go back.” D.H. “I was 12 and it was a big deal. Everyone watched it on TV. It was the first year we had color TV. “I don’t see the advantage in going back. If we’re going to spend the money, maybe we should go somewhere else. N.P.

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Miles Altman stands near the center of his toy store, King Arthur’s Toys, in Oakley. Altman has owned the store for 15 years.

Specialty toy shop prides itself on service Miles Altman has owned King Arthur’s Toys in Oakley for 15 years and continues to carry toys not found in large toy stores. King Arthur’s Toys uses a variety of methods, including toy fairs, to find the right toys, said Altman. Two employees recently attended a large New York toy fair, according to Altman. “We gamble, we try stuff,” Altman said. “We see “what captures (the) customer’s attention.” They try new toys early in the year. This allows them to have the best toys selected by the holiday season, he said. The standards for the shop are kept very high, Altman said. The toys are always organized and neat. Everything is keep neat throughout the day “It’s like grand opening every day,” he said. Altman believes if you set your standards high, your employees will rise to meet them. The specialty toy shop was remodeled to double its size in 1999, Altman said. “I’m proud of how this store is merchandised every day. Obviously I am proud of the people,” he said. Several of King Arthur’s Toys’ employees have been there more than a decade, Altman said. He said it’s important to

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have a good staff that cares. The quality of the store evolves with its employees. Specialty services: King Arthur’s Toys tries to set itself apart with unique services. The shop gift wraps toys during the holiday season and holds them for customers. This allows parents to pick up their toys just before the holidays instead of storing gifts themselves, he said. Shipping around the globe: Altman said the shop has shipped toys all around the world as a result of their Web site. Toys have gone as far as Canada, Russia, Australia and South America. Wide selection: The store carries many types of toys from model rockets to remote control toys to Hula Hoops. Altman said the most popular toys lately have been Legos and Playmobil. By David Barnhorn. Send your “Small Business Spotlight” suggestions to espangler@ communitypress.com

THINGS TO DO Decorate a cake

Busken Bakery is hosting Cake Town by Busken Bakery at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon, 2 and 3 p.m. Saturday, July 18, at Busken Bakery, 2675 Madison Road, Hyde Park. Children can decorate cakes in bright summer colors. The cost is $9.95 and registration is required. Call 871-2253. son artists and it runs through Sept. 30. Call 762-5510.

Art opening

Closson’s Art Gallery Oakley is hosting the opening reception for the exhibit Frank Herrmann (father) and Zachary Herrmann (son) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, July 17, at Closson’s Art Gallery Oakley, 3061 Madison Road, Oakley. The exhibit features paintings and glass by father and

Book signing

Joseph-Beth Booksellers is hosting Lisa Haneberg at 7 p.m. Monday, July 20, at Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road, Norwood. The Hyde Park author discusses and signs “Hip & Sage: Staying Smart, Cool, and Competitive in the Workplace.” Call 396-8960.

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From left are: TWC Executive Director Rick Bryan of Blue Ash, new board members Aaron Bley of Harrison and Jeff Wolverton of Montgomery, TWC Board President Lucy Ward of Hyde Park and new board member Rick Setzer of Mount Lookout. Not pictured: New board member J. Kampinga.

The Wellness Community welcomes new board members

The Wellness Community (TWC), a nonprofit cancer support agency offering free and professionally-facilitated programs of support, education and hope to people with cancer, their loved ones and family members, and cancer survivors, recently welcomed four new trustees to their board. The following new members began their terms in May: • Aaron A. Bley, regional director, Business Development for Mercy Health Partners. Bley holds a master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and a bachelor’s degree from Xavier University and also serves as an instructor at Cincinnati State College.

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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lor’s degree in management information systems from Ohio University and an MBA from Xavier University. “We are fortunate once again to have a truly impressive group of individuals willing to share their expertise and leadership to help The Wellness Community continue to expand our free and professional cancer support programs for people affected by cancer,” said Rick Bryan, executive director of TWC. “These local leaders each have a stellar background in terms of their professional achievements and community involvement and we are so grateful for their commitment to our board.”

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OutPost, 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Carla Wood presents “No Way Out!” Miami Valley Christian Academy, 6830 School St. Non-denominational women’s group. Includes messages and music. Complimentary coffee and refreshments are provided. All ages. Free. Presented by OutPost. 528-1952. Newtown.

LITERARY - CRAFTS

We Made It Ourselves Craft Club, 3 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Different craft each week. Ages 7 and up. Free. Registration required 24 hours in advance. 396-8960. Norwood.

LITERARY - SIGNINGS

Susan Gregg Gilmore, 7 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Author discusses and signs “Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen.” 396-8960. Norwood.

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FILMS

Outdoor Movies in the Park, 8:45 p.m. Stanbery Park, 2221 Oxford Ave. Free. Presented by Cincinnati Park Board. 352-4080. Mount Washington.

LITERARY BOOKSTORES

Funtastic Fridays, 3 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Crafts, activities, games and parties. Themes and age appropriateness vary. Free. Reservations recommended. 396-8960. Norwood.

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Summer Concert in the Park Series, 7 p.m. Music by Jake Speed & the Freddies. Beech Acres Park, 6910 Salem Road. Amphitheater. Bring seating. Concessions available. Free. Presented by Anderson Park District. 388-4513. Anderson Township.

ON STAGE - THEATER

The Sunshine Boys, 8 p.m. Walton Creek Theater, 4101 Walton Creek Road. “History of Comedy” retrospective causes grudging reunion of two top-billed vaudevillians. $17. Presented by Mariemont Players Inc. Through July 26. 684-1236. Columbia Township. F R I D A Y, J U L Y 1 7

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Frank Herrmann (father) and Zachary Herrmann (son), 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Closson’s Art Gallery Oakley, 3061 Madison Road. Opening reception. Paintings and glass by father and son artists. Continues through Sept. 30 762-5510. Oakley.

LITERARY BOOKSTORES

ART EXHIBITS

MUSIC - CONCERTS

The Sunshine Boys, 8 p.m. Walton Creek Theater, 684-1236. Columbia Township. S A T U R D A Y, J U L Y 1 8

ART & CRAFT CLASSES

Superheroes Rise Up, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Redtree Art Gallery and Coffee Shop, 321-8733. Oakley. 20th Century Abstract Expressionists, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Mary Ran Gallery, 871-5604. Hyde Park. The Wonders of the World Around Us, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Anderson Center, 688-8400. Anderson Township.

ATTRACTIONS

Airplane Rides, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunken Airport, 321-7465. Linwood.

CIVIC

Eastside Yardwaste Recycling Drop-Off Site, 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Bzak Landscaping at Turpin Farm, 946-7734. Newtown.

Summer Video Exercise Classes, 9:30 a.m. Anderson Senior Center, 7970 Beechmont Ave. Exercising with Angela Lansbury, Richard Simmons and more. Ages 18 and up. Free. 474-3100. Anderson Township.

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, 8 p.m. Woodstock: A Flashback. Jeans ‘n Classics guests featuring guitarist Rik Emmett from Triumph. Steven Reinecke, conductor. Wear your tiedye for a chance to win a trip to the Pops’ red hot opener at Music Hall. $20.50-$47; ages 6-12 $12.50 pavilion; Lawn $18, free ages 12 and under. Riverbend Music Center, 6295 Kellogg Ave. Presented by Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. 381-3300. Anderson Township. Geocaching 101, 10 a.m.-noon, Stanbery Park, 2221 Oxford Ave. Learn proper etiquette, coordinates and what needs to go inside to hide a cache. Bring GPS or borrow one of ours. Free. Reservations suggested. Presented by Cincinnati Park Board. 7614313. Mount Washington. The Sunshine Boys, 8 p.m. Walton Creek Theater, 684-1236. Columbia Township. S U N D A Y, J U L Y 1 9

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown.

COOKING CLASSES

Cake Town by Busken Bakery, 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Children can decorate cakes in bright summer colors. Busken Bakery, 2675 Madison Road. Handson with “Mayor” of Cake Town Cami Smith. $9.95. Registration required. Presented by Cake Town by Busken Bakery. 871-2253. Hyde Park.

FARMERS MARKET

Anderson Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Anderson Center Station, 7832 Five Mile Road. Food, plant vendors and entertainment. 688-8400. Anderson Township.

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Closson’s Art Gallery Oakley is hosting the opening reception for the exhibit Frank Herrmann (father) and Zachary Herrmann (son) from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, July 17, at Closson’s Art Gallery Oakley, 3061 Madison Road, Oakley. The exhibit is paintings and glass by father and son artists and it continues through Sept. 30. Call 762-5510. See “Asmat Clouds C” by Frank Herrmann at the opening.

FESTIVALS

Immaculate Heart of Mary Summer Fun Festival, 3 p.m.-11 p.m. Music by the Stray Dogs, 5-9 p.m. Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 388-4466. Anderson Township. St. Cecilia Parish Festival, 4 p.m.-10 p.m. St. Cecilia Church, 871-5757. Oakley.

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Immaculate Heart of Mary Summer Fun Festival, 6 p.m.-midnight Music by the Cincy Rockers, 8 p.m.-midnight. Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 7820 Beechmont Ave. Rides, games for all ages, music and food. Through July 19. 388-4466. Anderson Township. St. Cecilia Parish Festival, 6 p.m.-midnight, St. Cecilia Church, 3105 Madison Road. Food, games booths, entertainment and rides. All ages. Through July 19. 871-5757. Oakley.

Immaculate Heart of Mary Summer Fun Festival, 6 p.m.-midnight. Music by the Bar Codes 8 p.m.-midnight. Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 388-4466. Anderson Township. St. Cecilia Parish Festival, 5 p.m.-midnight, St. Cecilia Church, 871-5757. Oakley.

Paint Your Own Pottery Class, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Funke Fired Arts, 871-2529. Oakley.

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FESTIVALS

FESTIVALS

Afternoon for the Ladies, noon-2 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Vera preview party and Vintage Swanky Hanky Handkerchiefs demonstration. Refreshments. 396-8960. Norwood. Meet an American Girl, 11 a.m. Meet Addy. JosephBeth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Learn about the lives of American Girls with games, crafts, refreshments and more. Ages 7 and up. Free. Registration required. 396-8960. Norwood.

Kevin Fox, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. R.P. McMurphy’s Irish Pub & Coffee House, 2910 Wasson Road. $3. 531-3300. Oakley.

Jake Speed & the Freddies

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown.

CIVIC

Eastside Yardwaste Recycling Drop-Off Site, 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Bzak Landscaping at Turpin Farm, 946-7734. Newtown.

FARMERS MARKET

Hyde Park Farmers Market, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. David Cook, chef demonstration. U.S. Bank Hyde Park, 3424 Edwards Road. Local produce and farm goods, gourmet foods and more. Presented by Hyde Park Farmers’ Market. 561-3151. Hyde Park. Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown.

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Buttons and Bows Round Dance Club, 7:30 p.m. Anderson Senior Center, 7970 Beechmont Ave. Phase III-IV round dance club for experienced dancers. Ballroom figures: waltz, two-step, cha, rumba, tango and bolero. $5. Presented by Southwestern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Square Dancers Federation. 929-2427. Anderson Township.

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ART & CRAFT CLASSES

Wheel 2: Intermediate Wheel-Thrown Pottery, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Weekly through Aug. 26. Funke Fired Arts, 871-2529. Oakley.

HEALTH / WELLNESS MUSIC - CLASSICAL

Summer Carillon Concerts, 7 p.m. Richard D. Gegner, carillonneur. Mary M. Emery Carillon, Pleasant Street, Listen in the surrounding park as the carillonneur performs on a keyboard connected to 49 bells inside the tower. Tours of keyboard room and bells may be arranged through the carillonneurs. Free. Presented by Village of Mariemont. 271-8519. Mariemont.

ON STAGE - THEATER

The Sunshine Boys, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Walton Creek Theater, 684-1236. Columbia Township.

SPORTS

River Downs Live Thoroughbred Racing, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. River Downs, 232-8000. Anderson Township. River Downs RaceBook Simulcast, 11:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. River Downs, 232-8000. Anderson Township. M O N D A Y, J U L Y 2 0

CIVIC

Eastside Yardwaste Recycling Drop-Off Site, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Bzak Landscaping at Turpin Farm, 946-7734. Newtown.

EXERCISE CLASSES

Mobile Mammography Unit, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. River Downs, 6301 Kellogg Ave. Fifteen minute screenings. Cost varies per insurance plan. Financial assistance available for qualified applicants. Appointment required. Presented by Jewish Hospital. 686-3300. Anderson Township. CPR Class, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road. Includes book. With members of the Anderson Township Fire and Rescue Department. Participants receive a two-year certification. $25. Registration required. Presented by Anderson Township Fire and Rescue. 688-8084. Anderson Township.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Tell Me a Storytime, 3 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Story and a themed craft. Ages 4 and up. Free. Registration required. 396-8960. Norwood.

MUSIC - CONCERTS

Judas Priest, 7 p.m. PNC Pavilion at Riverbend, 6295 Kellogg Ave. With Whitesnake and Anvil. $79.50, $59.50. Presented by Live Nation. 800-745-3000. Anderson Township.

PUBLIC HOURS

Coney Island, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Rides open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Coney Island, 232-8230. Anderson Township.

FARMERS MARKET

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown. Farmer’s Market, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Municipal Parking Lot, 6876 Main Street, Presented by Village of Newtown. 825-2280. Village of Newtown.

HEALTH / WELLNESS

Mobile Mammography Unit, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Rookwood Commons and Pavilion, 2669 Edmondson Road. Fifteen-minute mammogram screenings. Cost varies per insurance plan. Financial assistance available for qualified applicants.Appointment required. 686-3300. Norwood.

MUSIC - CONCERTS

Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd, 6:30 p.m. Riverbend Music Center, 6295 Kellogg Ave. With Black Stone Cherry. Rock and Rebels Tour. $236 VIP, $86, $56, $30.50 lawn. 800745-3000. Anderson Township.

ON STAGE - THEATER

Footloose, 8 p.m.Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road.Teen-performed musical based on the feature film.Ages 9 and up. $12. Through July 25. 404-4330. Anderson Township.

Zumba Fitness Class, 6:30 p.m. Clough United Methodist Church, 379-4900. Anderson Township.

FARMERS MARKET

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown.

LITERARY - SIGNINGS

Lisa Haneberg, 7 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Hyde Park author discusses and signs “Hip & Sage: Staying Smart, Cool, and Competitive in the Workplace.” 396-8960. Norwood.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES Make a Mess at the Manatee, 3:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore, 3054 Madison Road. Semi-structured open studio led by Miss Kelli, artist-in-residence. Ages 3 and up with adult. $3. Registration required. 731-2665. Oakley.

SHOPPING SPECIAL EVENTS

Shelter Dog Adoptathon, noon-6 p.m. PetSmart Oakley, 3401 Alamo Ave. Adoptable dogs and puppies. Presented by Grant County Animal Shelter. 859-824-9403. Oakley.

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.”

SPORTS

River Downs RaceBook Simulcast, 11:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. River Downs, 232-8000. Anderson Township.

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.


Life

Death has no favorites – even celebrities die A lot of famous people have died recently and that bothers us. It bothers us because the fact of death bothers us terribly. In every life death anxiety is operative in great and small ways. Leavings and losings are not on our agenda. And the second reason we’re bothered over these recent deaths is because they have shattered our suppositions. We suppose that if a person has prestige, wealth, celebrity and popularity that those facts bring with them a certain degree of immortality. We suppose important people (presuming they are) have a charmed life and are too important to lose. Death is supposed to show them the same favoritism we do and back

off. How unsettled we are when we become aware that death plays no favorites. The day of our death is always thought of as far off. The day we come to know we will eventually die – not know it merely in our minds but realize it in our hearts – that day is the day we become a philosopher. Thereafter we pose momentous questions to ourselves and it takes the rest of our lives to answer them. It’s a sad occurrence when favored people never even let themselves get to the questions. Among the questions that arise 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?

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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 pre-

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ciousness. Death – rather being only a cause of bleak pessimism – ought to be a catalyst to enjoy authentic life modes now. Father Lou Poet Mary Guntzelman Oliver puts it well: Perspectives 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 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 debits 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 Howard Ain at 5:30 Hey Howard! 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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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

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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 charging me, with one fee that was already taken


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Life

July 15, 2009

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

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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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P&G marketers head to camp at Stepping Stones Close to 100 Procter & Gamble Health Care marketers got a taste of summer camps and went home dirty, tired and inspired. The P&G employees from Mason adopted the day at Stepping Stones Center’s Day Camp for children with disabilities, doing landscaping in 90-degree weather, hosting a visit from the Cincinnati Zoo and acting as camp buddies. “We have a lot of things in common,” said P&G Assistant Brand Manager Marykate Rosack, as she pushed 14year-old Stephanie Eng in a wheelchair. “It’s been fun getting to know Stephanie. We went swimming, did some crafts and took a rest in the shade.” Other P&G workers didn’t get to rest in much shade. The landscaping crew dug out grass and a buried brick walkway around Stepping

Stones’ Lake Lodge, turning the area into a garden. The P&G crew planted 335 bushes, trees, grasses, begonias and coreopsis, laid down 18 yards of top soil and 18 yards of mulch, and trimmed out overgrown bushes and weeds. The new look, which includes a magnolia tree where an old fire pit used to be, will get its official christening at Stepping Stones Center’s major fund raiser – Bloom. The outdoor garden party and auction will be Aug. 29 at the Stepping Stones Red Bird Lake in Indian Hill, with huge party tents on the lawn, live music and food. The P&G workers also paid for a visit from Krista Steele, the Cincinnati ZooFrisch’s Outreach Instructor, who brought a long-tailed Kinkajou, a baby alligator, a hedgehog and a bluetongued skink to amaze the

children. Besides marveling at the real animals, campers painted ceramic monkeys and hedgehogs with Ann Flynn of Star Glazers pottery, another P&G gift to the campers. The day-long Community Service Day is part of the P&G Live, Learn and Thrive commitment to programs that benefit children. Stepping Stones Center was Cincinnati’s first day camp for children, starting in 1963. Stepping Stones Center is a United Way partner agency with year-round programs serving persons with disabilities from 18 months through 60-plus years. For information on Bloom for Stepping Stones, call Theresa Ciampone at 831-4660, ext. 12. Tickets are $125 per person. Corporate sponsorships and donations for the silent auction are welcome.

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Mike Lyons, of Oakley, left, and Jason Partin of Mason, right, take a break during landscaping. Lyons is a P&G brand manager. Partin is an assistant brand manager.

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Proud tradition

Second Lt. Jacob Grob of Fairfax, right, celebrates graduating from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with is father, Lt. Col. Dave Grob, a 1982 graduate of Mariemont High School.

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RELIGION Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church

AMERICAN BAPTIST

Sunday Morning 9:30am & 11:00am

Wednesday Evening 6:00pm - Buffet Dinner Worship and Small Group 6:45pm - Programs and Classes for all ages.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Sunday Service 10:30am

Connections Christian Church 7421 East Galbraith

Cincinnati Country Day School 272-5800 www.horizoncc.com

Classes for all ages.

 MT WASHINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH

2021 Sutton Ave

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Sunday Services

Sunday School -All Ages ........9:00am Worship Gathering ...........10:00am Wednesday Night....6:15pm dinner & 7:00pm...Children/Youth/Adult Classes Nursery Provided Handicapped Accessible www.mwbcares.net

BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (513) 891-5122

E-Mail: calvarybaptistchurch@mail.com (Located at corner of Blue Ash and Hegner Rds.) Sunday School.... 9:30am Worship Service.... 10:45am Evening Service.... 6:00pm Wed. Prayer meeting.... 7:00pm

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INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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Brent Jones, Senior Pastor Jeff Beckley, Youth Pastor

10:00am Sunday School 11:00am Worship 6:00pm Sunday Evening Service 7:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer & Youth Programs for Pre K-12 Supervised nursery during all services

Hyde Park Baptist Church Michigan & Erie Ave

513-321-5856 Bill Rillo, Pastor Sunday Worship Services: 11:00am & 6:00pm Sunday School: 9:45am Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00pm www.hydeparkbaptistchurch.org

ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. GERTRUDE PARISH Church (513) 561-5954 • (513) 561-5020 School Miami Ave & Shawnee Run Rd. www.stgertrude.org Mass Schedule Daily: 7:00, 8:00 & 11:30AM Saturday: 4:30PM Sunday: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00AM 12:30 & 6:00PM

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist 3035 Erie Ave 871-0245 Sunday Service and Sunday School 10:30am Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 7:30pm Reading Room 3035 Erie Ave

CHURCH OF GOD The Greater Cincinnati

Church of God

8290 Batavia-Pike - Route 32 Pastor: Lonnie & Erica Richardson Wednesday Evening Services - 7:00pm Sunday Morning Worship - 10:45 am

EPISCOPAL ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH & ST. THOMAS NURSERY SCHOOL

100 Miami Ave, Terrace Park,OH 831-2052 www.stthomasepiscopal.org Saturday: 5:00pm Holy Eucharist Sunday 7:45am Holy Eucharist* 8:34am Summer Breakfast 10:00am Holy Eucharist* 11:00am Fellowship & Refreshments *Child care available

EVANGELICAL COVENANT

3850 E. Galbraith, Deer Park Next to Dillonvale Shopping Ctr www.TrinityCincinnati.org 791-7631 Worship Service - 10:00AM Sunday School - 10:15AM Pastor Randy Wade Murphy

INDIAN HILL Episcopal Presbyterian Church 6000 Drake Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243 Phone 513-561-6805 Fax 513-561-0894 Sunday Worship 8am & 9:30am

Jeff Hill • Minister

www.connectionscc.org Worship Service 10:30am Sunday School 9:15 am

FAITH CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP CHURCH (Preaching the Gospel of Hope) 6830 School Street (Newtown)

www.IndianHillChurch.org

271-8442

Dr. R. Edgar Bonniwell, Sr. Minister

LUTHERAN ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH

7333 Pfeiffer Road, Montgomery (East of I-71 on Pfeiffer Rd) Worship Schedule 10:00 a.m. Worship and Holy Communion Baby sitter provided Pastor: Josh Miller ascensionlutheranchurch.com

Good Shepherd (E LCA) www.goodshepherd.com

7701 Kenwood Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45243

Phone: 513-791-8348 • Fax: 513-791-5648

513.891.1700

(across from Kenwood Towne Centre) Saturday night at 5:00 and Sunday morning at 8:00, 9:00, 9:30 & 11:00am Pastors: Larry Donner, Pat Badkey, Jesse Abbott

www.cfcfc.org Sun. Worship 10am Wed. Worship & Bible Study Service 7pm Sunday School - All Ages 9-10:00am New National Seminary Emerging www.Kingswellseminary.org

KENWOOD FELLOWSHIP 7205 Kenwood Rd., Cinti, OH 45236

513-891-9768 Ken Bashford, Pastor

www.KenwoodFellowship.org

Sunday Morning Worship 10:30am

Fellowship & Lunch Follows Worship

Children’s Church...10:30-11:30am Sunday School For All Ages 9:30am Our mission is to worship God & share Jesus’ transforming love and salvation.

UNITED METHODIST 7515 Forest Rd. at Beechmont Ave 231-4172 Sr. Pastor Mark Rowland Ann Luzader, Mike Carnevale Traditional Service 8:30 & 11:00am Contemporary Service 9:30 & 11:00am (Nursery care from 9:15am-12:15pm.) Sunday School for Children & Adults at 9:30am & 11:00am. Youth Fellowship (grade 7-12), 6-8pm. www.andersonhillsumc

ARMSTRONG CHAPEL UMC

5125 Drake Road in Indian Hill

561-4220

www.armstrongchapel.org

Greg Stover, Senior Pastor Nathan Custer, Stanley Lawrence, Assoc. Pastors Lee Tyson, Pastor to Students Traditional Worship in the Old Chapel worship 8:20am Traditonal Worship in the Sanctuary 9:40am Contemporary Worship in the Sanctuary 11:11am Christian Education at 8:20, 8:45, 9:40 & 11:00am Youth Christian Education at 9:40am Nursery Care at 9:40 and 11:11am Youth Ministeries Wednesday Nights at 7:00pm

Come Share God’s Grace With US

CHURCH OF THE SAVIOUR 8005 Pfeiffer Rd Montgmry 791-3142 www.cos-umc.org Guest Speaker

Traditional Worship 8:20am & 11:00am Contemporary Worship 9:40am Sunday School (All ages) 9:40 & 11am

NorthStar Vineyard Community Church

Sunday 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. Loveland High School, off of Rich Rd. 683-1556 www.northstarvineyard.org

Looking for a Church That Loves Kids? Looking for Acceptance & Mercy?

vineyard eastgate community church Located @ 1005 Old S.R. 74 (@ Tealtown Rd. in Eastgate)

Sunday Services 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30 AM

513.753.1993 vineyardeastgate.org

PRESBYTERIAN Knox Presbyterian Church Observatoryy & Michigan g Aves (513)321-2573 Rev Thomas D York,, Pastor Rev Christena A Alcorn, Assoc Pastor Sunday Worship Service 9:15 & 11:00am Sunday School & Child Care Wheelchair Accessible

Nursery Care Provided

Dr. Cathy Johns, Senior Pastor Rev. Doug Johns, Senior Pastor

MADEIRA-SILVERWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

The church is offering weekly adult Sunday school classes and monthly mid-week contemplative services and labyrinth walks. Visit www.hydeparkchurch.com for dates, times and locations. Nursery care for infants is provided each Sunday from 8:15 to 11:45 a.m. The church is at 1345 Grace Ave.; 871-1345.

Linwood Baptist Church

The church is hosting the Summer Parking Lot Concert Series from 7 to 9 p.m. the second Wednesday of August and September. The event includes free entertainment and refreshments; bring your lawn chairs, family and friends. Aug. 12 will be announced. Sept. 9 features Blue Tip (classic rock). The church is at 4808 Eastern Ave., Linwood; 231-4912.

Anderson Hills Christian Church

The church is hosting their Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15. The concert features Breadbox, an a cappella group, with local praise singers Reneé Fisher and Julie Maguire. The event is rain or shine. The concert is free, but the church is accepting canned goods and personal items for the Inter Parish Ministry’s Choice Pantry. The church is at 8119 Clough Pike; 474-2237.

Anderson Hills United Methodist

The church is hosting a Healing and Wholeness Service at 6 p.m. the fourth Sunday of each month. It is a special prayer service for those seeking God’s hand in times of physical, emotional and spiritual troubles. The church is offering a Cancer Support Hotline. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance with a cancer diagnosis, call the church’s Cancer Support Hotline (231-4172) to talk to a cancer survivor or caregiver.

About religion

Religion news is published at no charge on a space-available basis. Items must be to our office no later than 4 p.m. Wednesday, for possible consideration in the following edition. If you are having a special service, rummage sale, dinner, bazaar, festival, revival, musical presentation, holiday services or special activity that is open to the public, send us the information. E-mail announcements to easternhills@communitypress.com, with “Religion” in the subject line. Fax to 248-1938. Call 248-8600. Mail to: Eastern Hills Journal, Attention: Religion news, 394 Wards Corner Road, Suite 170, Loveland, OH 45140. Mothers of PreSchoolers (MOPS) is a time for women with children ages birth through kindergarten to relax and receive helpful insights that meet the needs of moms. Meetings are the first Thursday of the month. (Childcare available.) For more information or to register, call Rhonda at 910-4313 or e-mail rhkirch@fuse.net. The church is at 7515 Forest Road, Anderson Township; 231-4172; www.andersonhillsumc.org.

Clough United Methodist

The church is hosting a Dog Wash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 18. Members of the Clough United Methodist Church Jamaica Mission Team will be washing dogs of all sizes and breeds. Donations will be accepted for the mission team’s trip next June to My Father’s House, a home for abandoned and orphaned children in Whitehouse Jamaica. For information about My Father’s House, visit www.jaminjamaica.com. For more information about Clough UMC, visit www.cloughchurch.org. The church is hosting Clough Unplugged, an additional midweek service. The informal “comeas-you-are” service is from 7 p.m. to 7:50 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 20. Nursery care is provided. The Summer sermon series is “Facebook Pages of Old Testament Friends.” The church is at 2010 Wolfangle Road,

Anderson Township; 231-4301.

Faith Christian Fellowship Church

Rock Church ministry for sevenththrough 12th grade meets the third Saturday of each month 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Features DJ, dancing, games, prizes and concessions. The church is at 6800 School St., Newtown; 271-8442.

Mount Washington Presbyterian Church

The church’s summer worship schedule is at 8:30 a.m., worship will be on the east lawn. At 10 a.m., worship will be in the sanctuary. Office hours will also change for the summer. They are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The church is at 6474 Beechmont Ave.; 231-2650; www.mwpcchurch.org.

Zion Lutheran Church

Worship services are held weekly at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., both services offer nursery care and children’s church is available for the 11 a.m. service. A variety of interesting Christian education opportunities are offered for young children, youth, high schoolers and adults at 9:45 a.m., between worship services each week. The church is at 1175 Birney Lane, Mount Washington; 231-2253.

Drake Planetarium hosts laser shows This summer, Drake Planetarium is bringing some of rock music’s biggest groups to the tristate with a Laser Show Series that lights up the planetarium skies. Shows that feature heavy rockers Metallica, the Irish mega-band U2, classic ’70s rockers Pink Floyd, and the influential Beatles fill the bill now through Aug. 9. Families will love the full-dome animated show, “Legends of the Night Sky,” which takes a lighthearted and imaginative look at the myths and stories associated with the constellations Perseus, Andromeda and Orion. Thousands of handdrawn images were created

to give the audience the sensation of being in the middle of an animated cartoon. Scenes from this show have won first place awards from the International Laser Display Association, in 1999 and again in 2000. This humorous show appeals to kids and parents alike. The laser shows incorporate classical-style 2-D animation, computer-generated 3-D animation and abstract geometrics. Music will envelop each person with the full surround-sound experience, combining with the dazzling laser display that will leave the audience enthralled with

an experience that reaches new heights. The entire show schedule is found at www.drakeplanetarium.org. Tickets are $7 in advance, $8 at the door or as a family four-pack for $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online at www. drakeplanetarium.org or by calling 396-5578.

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2010 Wolfangel Rd., Anderson Twp. 513-231-4301 Sunday Worship: 10:30am with Childrens Church & Nursery Thursday “Unplugged” Service 7:00pm 6/11-8/20, with Nursery

8000 Miami Ave. 791-4470 Summer Worship at 10:30am Children’s Church during worship Child Care Available

www.cloughchurch.org

MT. WASHINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 6365 Corbly Road 513-231-3946 Rev. Thomas A. Gaiser Worship Service 10:00am Nursery Provided Visitors Welcomed "A Family in Christ and a Beacon of God’s Love for Over 150 years"

www.mtwashumc.org

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST Building Homes Relationships & Families Sundays 9:15am & 10:45am

HERITAGE UNIVERSALIST UNITARIAN CHURCH

2710 Newtown Rd. 231-8634 Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School classes and nursery care for children and youth

“One Church, Many Paths” www.huuc.net

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST United Church of Christ in Oakley

8221 Miami Rd. (corner of Galbraith)

513-891-8181

NEW 9:30am Service -Innovative & High energy

Traditonal Services 8:45 & 11:00am Sunday School 9:30 & 11:00am www.stpaulcommunityumc.org

4100 Taylor Ave 871-3136 E-Mail uccoakley@juno.com

www.community-cleveland.com/cc/uccoakley Judy Jackson, Pastor

Sunday Worship 10:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am, Youth Sunday School 10:00am Childcare provided for Infants and Toddlers “Partners with Jesus in the Community and the World”

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REAL ESTATE

COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP

Information is provided as a public service by the office of Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes. Neighborhood designations are approximate.

COLUMBIA TUSCULUM

323 Stites Ave.: Lasalle Bank National Association Tr. to Penklor Properties LLC; $25,800 . Columbia Tusculum 3610 Columbia Pw.: Fay Erin P. to Kifer Anne; $105,000. 426 Strafer St.: Cottage Hill Development LLC to Gatewood Kristian A. & Christa M. Sterrett; $371,774.

EAST WALNUT HILLS

1037 Windsor St.: Mcadory Louis E. to Yang Sung H.; $155,000. 1617 Mcmillan Ave.: Lehman Laura L. @(3) to Nicholson Mary Joyce & Joseph William; $60,000. 1713 Grandmere Ln.: Bley Jill to King Cyrus B. III; $235,000. 2200 Victory Pw.: Fannie Mae to Aronoff Stanley J. Tr; $172,250. 2210 Victory Pw.: Us Bank National Association Tr. to Dziadkowiec Helena; $40,000. 2356 Park Ave.: Verona Historic Residences LLC to Jhamb Neil G.; $165,375.

FAIRFAX

3726 Watterson Rd.: Downing Sherry C. to Elam Sarah B; $110,000. 6110 Elder St.: Adams Winn R. & Molly C. to Methe Brian J. & Patricia; $120,000.

HYDE PARK

1321 Cryer Ave.: Young Kathryn B. to Granberry Jeremy R.; $243,900. 3404 Pape Ave.: Duffy Margaret Stewart to Orn Jason Joseph; $180,000. 3404 Pape Ave.: Duffy Margaret Stewart to Orn Jason Joseph; $180,000. 3408 Pape Ave.: Duffy Margaret Stewart to Orn Jason Joseph; $180,000. 3555 Herschel Ave.: Duffy Margaret Stewart to Orn Jason Joseph; $180,000. 3628 Saybrook Ave.: Schlaudecker Jeffrey D. & Elizabeth P. to Brodzinski Holly E.; $215,000. 1289 Michigan Ave.: Schulten Andre Tr. & Nicole Kueper-Schulten Tr. to Vaughan Jennifer L. & Patrick M.; $446,000. 1317 Grace Ave.: Evanston Residential LLC to Musekamp Linda; $359,000. 2324 Madison Rd.: Grandin Properties Ltd. to Gollamudi Jayakrishna; $125,000. 2444 Madison Rd.: Leshner Brian to National Bank & Trust Co. Tr; $150,000. 2815 Grandin Rd.: Leonard Paul M. & Kristin J. Lorson to Taubert Kai & Tamara J.; $519,000. 2815 Grandin Rd.: Leonard Paul M. & Kristin J. Lorson to Taubert Kai & Tamara J.; $519,000. 3423 Paxton Ave.: Lafley Patrick & Jutta to Ach Katherine M.; $359,000. 3605 Pape Ave.: Wolf Chris to Stefanski Raymond A. III & Kristen J.; $201,000. 3639 Bellecrest Ave.: Moyer Christopher L. & Kathryn D. to Carpenter Matthew R. & Heather J.; $315,000. 3646 Ashworth Dr.: D. & T. Properties

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3323 Donald St.: Banks Nannetta to America National Association Tr. Bank Of; $44,000. 7017 Bramble Ave.: Peters Jessica L. to Mcgee Jennifer E.; $95,100.

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3653 Russell Ave.: Kirk George Slathial to U.S. Bank National Association Tr; $80,000. 5003 Shattuc Ave.: Vanhimbergen David K. to Mcconaughy Shawn D.; $222,000.

MADISONVILLE

4538 Lucerne Ave.: A2 Property Solutions LLC to Cincinnati Habitat For Humanity; $7,000. 5755 Adelphi St.: Lamena LLC @2 to Said Kristen; $95,500. 6718 Ledge St.: Kimmey Sean to Federal National Mortgage Association; $66,000. 6821 Buckingham Pl.: Silva Marlene D. to Whitworth Justin & Amy; $117,500. 7013 Palmetto St.: Hunt Jonathan to Litzler Teresa L.; $101,000. 5021 Anderson Pl.: Boyd William O. Tr. to Smith Nancy C.; $150,000. 5515 Davies Pl.: Mitchell Ernest E. Jr. to Countrywide Home Loan Servicing Lp; $50,000. 6501 Roe St.: Waller Willie S. & Leora J. to K&K Renovators LLC; $33,500. 6501 Roe St.: K&K Renovators LLC to Waller Nathan L. & Il Bridge Fund LLC; $45,000. 6616 Britton Ave.: Residential Funding Real Esate Holdings LLC to Roberts Shannon J.; $26,000. 6616 Britton Ave.: Residential Funding Real Esate Holdings LLC to Roberts Shannon J.; $26,000. 6718 Ledge St.: Federal National Mortgage Association to Large Creek LLC; $18,018.

CINCINNATI DISTRICT 2 Arrests/citations

Joseph Burdine, born 1991, felony assault, 2500 Columbia Parkway, July 1. Shawn W Hardy, born 1988, assault knowingly cause victim harm, 400 Delta Ave., July 2. Rickey Jones, born 1976, assault knowingly cause victim harm, 3200 Erie Ave., July 2. Willie L Pollard, born 1959, receiving stolen property, obstruction official business, 3700 Kendall Ave., July 2. Edgar Fitzgerald Russell, born 1963, receiving stolen motor vehicle, 4700 Whetsel Ave., July 3. Ronald L Devine, born 1975, obstruction official business, possession of drugs, falsification, 5400 Murray Ave., July 2. Joseph Nickley, born 1973, murder, 4400 Erie Ave., July 2. Walker L Church, born 1960, tampering with evidence, drug abuse 4600 Settle St., July 3. Anthony Jones, born 1956, forgery, 2700 Madison Road, July 2. Glenn Hartman, born 1962, theft under $300, 4800 Marburg Ave., July 3. Kimberly Brock, born 1969, theft $300 to $5000, 4800 Marburg Ave., July 1. Lisa Baker, born 1977, theft under $300, 4800 Marburg Ave., July 5.

Incidents/investigations Aggravated robbery

2700 Madison Road, June 29.

Breaking and entering

3400 Shaw Ave., June 28. 3500 Vista Ave., June 30. 5000 Madison Road, June 30.

Burglary

Elmhurst Place, June 27. Hampton Lane, June 28. 3300 Glenhurst Place, June 28. 3500 Larkspur Ave., July 1. 4800 Glenshade Ave., June 28. 5300 Weltner Ave., June 26. 5400 Glengate Lane, June 30. 5400 Ravenna St., June 29. 5500 Wagner Court, June 27. 600 Athens Ave., June 26.

Grand theft

About police reports

2500 Salem St., June 26. 3000 Griest Ave., June 26. 3500 Linwood Ave., June 27. 3700 Drake Ave., June 27. 3700 Michigan Ave., June 27. 4800 Marburg Ave., July 1.

Petit theft

2500 Langdon Farm Road, June 30. 2600 Madison Road, June 29. 3500 Monteith Ave., June 26. 3700 Drake Ave., June 27. 3700 Isabella Ave., June 26. 3700 Paxton Ave., June 28. 3800 Paxton Ave., June 27. 4800 Marburg Ave., June 27. 4800 Marburg Ave., June 27. 4800 Marburg Ave., June 28. 4800 Marburg Ave., June 30. 5300 Stewart Ave., July 1. 5800 Madison Road, June 28. 6600 Britton Ave., June 30. 900 Ellison Ave., June 26.

Rape

The Community Press published names of adults charged with offenses. The information is a public record and does not imply guilt or innocence. To contact police: • Cincinnati: Capt. Douglas Wiesman, District 2 commander, 979-4440. theft at 3430 Highland Ave., May 30. Leonard Abraham, 44, 861 Hitchenson Ave., theft, criminal trespassing at 3240 Highland Ave., May 31. Otto Johnson, no age given, 4704 Peabody Ave., drug possession at 5300 Kennedy Ave., June 13.

Incidents/investigations Criminal damaging

Navarre Place, June 29.

Robbery

2700 Madison Road, June 27.

Rock hit windshield at I-71 and Montgomery Road, June 6.

Vehicle theft

Theft

2900 Erie Ave., June 30. 2900 Springer Ave., June 26. 4900 Mathis St., June 26. 5400 Lester Road, July 1.

Merchandise valued at $12.96 removed at 3430 Highland Ave., June 9.

COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP FAIRFAX Arrests/citations

Tonia Thompson, 40, 616 Martin Luther King, disorderly conduct at 5300 Ridge Road, June 17. Donna Tucker, 30, 4005 Brandy Chase, theft, drug possession at 3430 Highland Ave., June 22. Juvenile Male, 17, domestic violence at Ridge and Highland, June 24. Juvenile Female, 17, theft at 5245 Ridge Road, June 3. Christina Alexander, 31, 4440 Hunt Road, theft at 3240 Highland Ave., June 8. Rebecca Begley, 26, no address given, possession of drugs, possession of drug abuse instruments, endangering children at 5385 Ridge, May 25. Michael Olson, 61, 2405 Park Ave.,

Arrests/citations

• Columbia Township: Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, Sgt. Peter Enderle, 683-3444. • Fairfax: Rick Patterson, chief, 271-7250. • Mariemont: Rick Hines, chief, 271-4089. • Terrace Park: Jerry Hayhow, chief, 831-2137 or 825-2280. Wooster Pike, June 14.

MARIEMONT

Arrests/citations

Brandy N. Whoberry, 19, 5811 Hawthorne, open container, June 19. Amanda Reynolds, 32, 8298 Wooster, driving under influence, June 13. Brian M. Wells, 30, 4287 N. Ellis, driving under suspension, June 11. Samuel J. Gothard, 23, 5734 Bramble, obstructing official business, June 20. Wilson Brinson, 39, 6443 Graceland, drug possession, disorderly conduct while intoxicated, June 20.

Incidents/investigations Theft

Abham Bouldin, 24, 2304 Millvale, driving under suspension, June 19. Briana Steele, 21, 7505 Maple Ave., wrongful entrustment, June 20. David Howard, 26, 6923 Merwin, driving under suspension, June 20. Nathaniel Hill, 18, 506 Flatt Terrace, no drivers license, June 21.

Medication taken from room at Mercy St. Theresa at Rowan Hill, June 18. iPod connector taken from vehicle at 6500 Mariemont, June 19.

Incidents/investigations Safecracking, breaking and entering

Gabriel Curiel, 29, 11484 Bernhart Court, driving under suspension, June 19.

TERRACE PARK

Arrests/citations

Books of lottery tickets taken from safe at Speedway; $3,300 at

MARIEMONT

3720 Settle Rd.: Nuckols Ellen D. to Griesser Andrew S. & Devyn L.; $163,000. 6977 Grace Ave.: Reynolds Mildred W. to Beatty John W. & Christina L.; $158,000. 3840 Belmont St.: Krysanick Carrie A. to Mountel Jacquelyn T.; $162,500.

MOUNT LOOKOUT

1117 Mclaughlin Pl.: Rimai Monica to Nardo Dominick J.; $382,500. 1237 Meriweather Ave.: Puthoff William L. & Jamie L. to Fallon Timothy J. & Patrick J.; $231,000. 2872 Alpine Te.: Brannan Paul & Heidi Anderson to Vance Nancy J. & Kevin M. Vance; $625,000. 2989 Linwood Ave.: Severino Jeffrey B. to Mcdougal Keith E. & Jamie L.; $311,500. 3147 Willis Ave.: Fisher Cassandra to Harrison Anna V.; $192,750. 623 Athens Ave.: Singh Jason to Klein Michael L. & Elizabeth H.; $487,500. 1246 Meriweather Ave.: Barve Ashish V. to Spencer Jeffrey R.; $266,000. 3220 Glengyle Ave.: Caponi Gino V. & Kelli E. Williams to Goulait Jeffrey C.; $317,000.

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Valenti Salon offers new look, computers Valenti Salon & Spa begins its 11th year in the salon business this year with a new look. Erin Behymer of Valenti Salon & Spa says that the salon has always redefined the salon experience by offering impeccable customer service and highly skilled stylists that deliver cutting-edge haircuts and

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Career event

Liberty National Life Insurance Co., a subsidiary of the Torchmark Corp., will conduct a grand opening and job interview event Wednesday, July 22, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Cincinnati - Blue Ash, 5901 Pfeiffer Road. Interviews are at 9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. The company is seeking

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There is a joke among friends here, “It’s a Phoenix that has risen from the ashes. ”When Charles and Allison Hahn Sobieck purchased the property at 502 North Main Street (in Somerset, Kentucky), there was a lot of work to be done, to say the least. With the vision of a B & B and a home in ruins, there were little choices. The dilapidated structure was removed, then reconstructed as it had been in the 1850’s. It’s a brand new home. A bit of an unusual concept for a bed and breakfast. “We reconstructed the home from scratch. This gave us the benefit of designing every amenity possible along the way, ”said Allison Sobieck, owner. Every room is equipped with many amenities you don’t often find in a traditional bed and breakfast, but rather a fine hotel. Every room has a full sized closet with a pair of micro-fiber robes hanging in them, 400- count Egyptian cotton sheets, cable TV with DVD players, queen sized beds, and a host of other things. For instance, 2 rooms have gas fireplaces and 3 rooms have whirlpool tubs. We even offer many add on amenities such as massage, dinner, flowers, etc…

The rooms are only half of the reason to come to The Doolin House. Owners Charles and Allison just happen to both be chefs. Some of the breakfast specialties include Caramel Banana French Toast and Southern Eggs Benedict (2 fried green tomatoes topped with 2 slices of smoked bacon, 2 eggs over easy and Hollandaise). Chuck is usually in charge of breakfast and tries to do new and different things every day. Chef Chuck pointed out, “It’s fun to experiment with breakfast. It’s the one meal that encompasses all foods. It’s perfectly acceptable to see smoked salmon or a pork cutlet at the breakfast table. ”For those in no rush to rise and shine, breakfast in bed is served at no additional charge. When you need a weekend get away that’s not too far from home or you are planning your summer vacation to beautiful Lake Cumberland, remember that The Doolin House Bed and Breakfast is only a phone call away.

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Three Hyde Park residents has joined the 2009 Cincinnati American Marketing Association (AMA) Board. Kelly Blake, president, is a marketing consultant with more than 13 years of experience in the marketing industry working for companies such as Intrinzic Marketing & Design Inc., Ford Motor Co. and Intel Corp. She earned her MBA from the University of California – Davis and joined the Cincinnati AMA in 2004. David J. Alex, treasurer, is a certified public accountant and a personal financial specialist. He is the owner of Alex & Co., a certified public accounting firm in Kenwood. Alex is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati undergraduate and MBA programs. Gina Sieving, vice-president of sponsorship, is a versatile professional with more than seven years of business experience in marketing, sales, training and development and account management in the financial services and insurance fields. She holds a B.S. in education and a master of education from Miami University.

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Hello and welcome to the July issue of Creative Living. This month our cover feature highlights our Senior Living section. This section is full of information about wonderful living options available to seniors. There’s also a good article on how to stay fit – just by swimming or soaking in the hot tub! In addition, you’ll read about some neat ways to spruce-up your home for summer. There’s also some good information on local businesses and a feature on a local author. In this issue you’ll find everything you need to have a safe, enjoyable summer.

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decking because they are low maintenance and require no staining. Doss is a certified installer of both Trex and Timber Tech. To customize your deck, Doss also has a variety of composite, metal or wood handrails that can be used. Doss Contracting LCC has been in business for 14 years. Besides decks, they can also provide general contracting services and home repairs. For more information or to set up a consultation, call 724-1091 or 6044516, or fax 724-9091.

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shade and add color with wall art that fits your mood, taste and the season for which you’re decorating. Summer is also a great time to add a decorative mirror, since drapes and windows are often open to welcome in the sunlight and bright sky. Adding a mirror on the wall opposite a window is a great way to reflect sunlight throughout the room and make a small space appear more expansive.

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very complex medical needs. The campus also features flexibility and choice in resident food selection. Open breakfast is served

that their favorite family recipes be included in the campuses’ menus. Caregivers at Triple Creek have a consistent assignment of several res-

“Residents make their meal selections from a menu of alternatives prepared by executive chefs, and meals are served on china …” from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. daily, and a complimentary monthly Sunday Brunch is offered for residents and their families. Bread and hamburger buns are made fresh daily. Residents make their meal selections from a menu of alternatives prepared by executive chefs, and meals are served on china from steam tables that are set up in the campuses’ dining rooms. Residents can also request

idents. The caregiver is responsible for providing primary care, light housekeeping, as well as socialization for the residents in their “neighborhood.” This approach creates a partnership in care between the caregiver and resident in a setting that respects and honors the requests of the residents. For more information call 851-0601 or visit the Web site, www.triplecreekretirement.com.

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Once you have narrowed these options, it’s time to take the tour. To get started, call the marketing office and schedule a time to meet with a community representative. Try to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time so that you are able to observe what is going on before your guided tour. Be prepared to take notes and ask plenty of questions. Once the tour is complete, ask to sit down with the marketing representative to go over your questions that were not addressed during the tour. Refer to www.aahsa.org for consumer tips and advice when choosing a

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there’s a tremendos need for this type of care, as well as, tremendous competition,” Garfnkel says. “We offer the higehst quality of services and do that by hiring expereienced caregivers and even allow our clients to interview them. “At the end of the day we are a service company – we try in everything we do to make sure our clients have a postive experience.” For more information on Family Bridges Home Care call 531-9600 or 5310048 and visit www.fam-

“The mission of Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. is to be a growing provider of outstanding facilities and services for the aging within the triState area which allows those we serve to thrive in a safe, stimulating, and dignified environment,” says Community Director Becky Schulte.”

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very important to Family Bridges Home Care. “It can be difficult to invite a stranger in your home,” Garfunkel explains. “We try to manage the situation in such away that our caregivers become like family – someone they look forward to seeing and who enhances their quality of life.” That’s what caregiver Kathy Freeman likes best about her work. “The thing I enjoy most about my job is the one-on-one time I get to spend with the person I’m caring for,” says Freeman. “I worked in a nursing care facility and wasn’t able to do that there, like I can with Family Bridges Home Care. “We operate in an evnioronment where

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hen it comes to choosing where you’re going to live during your retirement years the options are now boundless!

Family Bridges Home Care

For many there’s still no place like home. That’s why for seven years, Family Bridges Home Care, formerly Visiting Angels, has been providing Southwest Ohio residents with assisted living and senior home care services. “We help individuals remain in their homes as indpendently and as safe as possible bry providing non-medical health care,” says Mike Garfunkel administrator of the privately owned company. Caregivers provide help with meal preparation, transportation, personal care, medicine reminders, light housekeeping, and companionship. “It’s all the comforts of home without the risk to your health,” says Garfunkel. For Anna Graham, a 3-year client, Family Bridges Home Care is a double blessing. One,

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For those looking for a new start there’s many wonderful opportunities offered through retirement communities such as Maple Knoll Village. Maple Knoll Village is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 160 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 54-acre campus, our community offers 149 cottages, 89 apartments, 60 assisted living apartments and a184-bed skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center. “The mission of Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. is to be a growing provider of outstanding

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facilities and services for the aging within the triState area which allows those we serve to thrive in a safe, stimulating, and dignified environment,” says Community Director Becky Schulte. According to Schulte it is important to provide a variety of living options to older adults because everyone has different likes and dislikes. “We believe that you should make this move and change your address, not your lifestyle,” she says. “We want to offer all the facilities, amenities and services to make this time in life the easiest and most fun possible.” Joan Reckseit who has lived in the newly-built Kensington Place, Maple Knoll’s new deluxe apartment complex, since last October, says moving was one of the best decisions she has made. “There are a number of things that I enjoy here,” she says. “They have a large variety of activities (on and off campus), enough to suit anyone’s pace.” She loves the opportunity to meet new people too. “I still have my old friends and I’ve made many new friends,” she says. “I enjoy my new friends. The people here are very friendly and easy to get to know.” She also loves her apartment – the “grand” view of a pond; the floor plan she picked herself; and the location. For more information on Maple Knoll Village call 782-2400 or visit www.mapleknoll.org.

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sk someone what comes to mind when they think of a traditional nursing home and descriptions like “institutional, impersonal, and hospital-like,” are often mentioned. In the past there were no alternative models available for people in Cincinnati, but that has now changed dramatically. Imagine a nursing home where you feel like you are at home and not in a home; where you are on your own schedule just like you’ve always been. Where maintaining dignity is among the highest priorities and the skilled nursing care and therapy are second to none. Imagine a nursing home that doesn’t look or feel like one. Where there are no nurses’ stations or medicine carts, but rather a hearth room, open kitchen, den, and “spa.” If that sounds like the nursing home of the future, it is and there is one opening this summer right here in Cincinnati. Nestled off Erie Avenue on the Deupree House retirement community campus close to Hyde Park are The Deupree Cottages, which were just built on two

acres of land. It is a “person-centered care” facility for seniors that takes an entirely different approach to care-giving for elders. “‘Person-centered care’ is both a state of mind and a statement of design,” explains Laura Lamb, vice president of residential housing and health care for Episcopal Retirement Homes. “It’s a philosophical approach to retirement community care that honors and respects the voice of elders and those working closest with them. It involves a continuing process of listening, trying new things, seeing how they

Fact about the Deupree Cottages • Located at 3999 Erie Ave. in Oakley, Deupree Cottages sit on 2.1 acres that border the popular Deupree House retirement community. • Deupree Cottages are made up of two households, each home to 12 seniors. Each cottage includes two suites, perfect for couples or for individuals preferring more personal space. • Services and capabilities include 24-hour supportive care; skilled nursing services, including short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, and physical, occupational, and

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There’s a front door with a doorbell, and the windows actually open. The cottages will serve two separate households with 10 bedrooms and two suites, each with its own bathroom. “I don’t define your purpose, and you don’t define mine,” Lamb says of the Deupree Cottages’ philosophy. She hastens to add that residents will dictate the rhythm of life and it’s they who will pursue what’s meaningful to them, choosing from a blank canvas of possibilities. Whether it’s involvement in work, and changing things in an an organization, practicing a effort to individualize care and hobby or spending time with a de-institutionalize the environfamily member, it’s the senior ment. “We’re extremely excited about who will choose. Lamb says ERH built the the Deupree Cottages because we facility not just to be different, will be the first person-centered but also to make a difference for care facility in Cincinnati,” Lamb says. “It’s all about creating a cul- seniors and their families. It’s all ture that restores freedom, choice about nursing care and a caregiver philosophy that puts freedom and purpose to our elders.” and choice of the senior before all The cottages, which offer 24else – before schedules, before hour nursing care, will create efficiency, before even the perfreedom from the culture of “institutionalized” nursing facil- ceived limits of practicality. The result is a real, shared household ities, or nursing facilities with rigid schedules that are too simi- to serve the consumer. The day’s activities reflect the lar to hospitals, Lamb notes. whims and desires of the people; “When schedule takes over, a staff professionals are merely home becomes an artificial home, an institution,” she adds. committed to facilitating the senOne example, she points out, iors’ daily rituals and routines, as is that Deupree Cottages will not well as their spontaneous wishes. There are no regimens or regihave medicine carts rolling ments. through the aisles. Instead, all The attitude and culture at residents will have a medicine Deupree Cottages is all about cabinet, just like they would hope, impulse, freedom and comhave had in their home (nurses, fort of life, making life worth livhowever, will keep the key to ing and living well. By purpose, the cabinet, in order to observe the staff intends seniors to “mainstate law). tain a meaningful life.” “We put a lot of time into the In a sense, the Deupree physical design, and stressed that this can’t look like a nursing Cottages are all about creating a home,” Lamb says. There are all peaceful environment, or “sanctuary,” Lamb concludes. “They’re private bedrooms, a cozy firenot living in our facility; we’re place in the hearth room, and a working in their home.” community kitchen for enterFor more information, contact taining guests. A library is Emerson Stambaugh at 561-6363 stocked with traditional reading materials, as well as health-relat- or estambaugh@erhinc.com, or visit www.deupreecottages.com. ed and wellness publications.

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pscale services at an affordable price and in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere is what Bushwackers Salon is all about. The salon offers not only hairstyling services but spa needs including facials, manicures, pedicures, and waxing. Bushwackers has been in business over 18 years and welcomes men, women and children. Owner and stylist Lisa Busch-Tomes, along with her professional staff, have years of experience and specialize in healthy, shiny hair. “Summer we see a lot of sun- and swim-damaged hair,” notes Tomes.

Bushwackers can suggest and carries great products that can keep your hair looking healthy throughout the summer. They are a Redken Salon, professional products recognized for incredible results and extensive education. Recently, a Redken International Performing Artist, George Garcia, visited Bushwackers Salon for a hands-on color class. This is one of the many ways the service providers at Bushwackers stay current on trends. Check them out on Facebook for more details and current specials. Bushwackers also has some great ways to reces-

sion proof your budget. They offer retail specials on different Redken products all the time. And their growing staff of three new stylists – Abbey Horton, Brittiny Drew, and Jen Prus – are offering up to 50 percent off on the price of most services. They offer convenient evening and weekend hours and are open six days a week. Bushwackers team of stylists suggests customers book far in advance for back-toschool appointments, manicures and pedicures. Call 245-0555 or stop in at 6404 Cheviot Road in White Oak to make an appointment.

Local man publishes book W hen you’re writing to make people think or change their attitude, you’re making a difference in the world. That’s according to Rome Hughes, author of, “East of Cincinnati, North and South of Nowhere,” published by Xlibris. And that’s just what he hopes to do with his story about the devastating murder of a homosexual man, inspired by actual events in Hughes’ own community. The names of characters and the actual location have been changed. Hughes says his book, for adults, gives insight into the prejudice and injustice plaguing our daily lives. “Hopefully when people read the story they’ll understand what people

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go through,” says the Cincinnati native and graduate of the University of Cincinnati. Hughes also works as a tax accountant, Egyptologist and world

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traveler. “East of Cincinnati, North and South of Nowhere” is available at Amazon.com, Xlibris.com and Barnes & Noble.

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wimming pools and hot tubs are just plain fun, but many people overlook the health benefits. Just about anyone, regardless of age or physical condition, can gain health benefits from swimming. Swimming as a regular form of exercise can cut males’ risk of death by 50 percent as compared to runners, walkers and those with a sedentary lifestyle, according to a recent study by Dr. Steven N. Blair of the Arnold School for Public Health at the University of South Carolina. Blair found similar health and fit-

ness 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,

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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 lower your blood pressure and decrease joint pain and swelling. Additionally, the combination of heat, buoyancy and massage in a hot tub can provide therapeutic benefits for those with arthritis, diabetes, insomnia and more. A recent study supervised by the Foundation for Physical Therapy and funded in part by

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the Hot Tub Council of the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals found 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.

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L IN W O O D 8 Rooms 4BR, 1.5BA, new siding, windows, roof & C/A. Above grnd pool, new deck & privacy fence Very Nice for young couple! $139,500 513-871-0533 Ron or Linda

MONTGOMERY HOME FOR SALE 9878 ZIG ZAG RD. Spectacular 4300 SF Home w/ stunnign pond view, gourmet kitchen, park like yard, walk to town. MUST SEE! $749,999 Celia Carroll /Sibcy Cline 513-477-1536 See pics@ SibcyCline.com

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We have nice 2 & 3BR homes. Ready to occupy. Located 20 minutes to I-275 in Amelia & 20 minutes to East Fork Lake. Tall Timbers MHP. For more info: 513-797-4068 Mon-Fri

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MOBILE HOMES for sale. Free lot rent. Amelia & New Richmond area. 2br, 3br & 4br avail. Call 513-553-0015 WE OWN THE BANK Triplewide on 3 acres Sardinia, OH $8000 Tax credit. Move in ready Clayton Homes Call to Prequalify 1-888-410-0461

WILLIAMSBURG, OH5 acres, utilities avail, mins. from East Fork Eastgate Mall & 1-275. 120 condominiums $52K. 513-753-0886

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office space 183 for lease CHOICE OFFICE SPACE in Heart of Olde Montgomery. 15 mins from dwntwn. 513-891-7840, 513-319-7800

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Sun July 19th, 1 pm 10590 Deerfield Montgomery, Ohio Seth Thomas grandfather clock; wrought patio set; dining suite with high back buffet; green wing back chair; heart back porch bench; petite modern MASON / DEERFIELD roll top desk; glass top OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS dining table; older Smartly appointed sewing & folding rose office condo’s Approx. 1,000 sq. ft. back rocking chairs; - Upstairs or down child’s park pench; 8589 S. Masonsimple yard swing; pr. Montgomery Rd., Mason, Ohio; Fur Fancy wrought legged nished or unfurnish ed; Immediate occu - tables; other furniture pancy; Across from & many boxed lots. Starbucks. $1,250 Coast Spa hot tub; plus utilities. Call S-200 snow 513-479-9572 today. Toro thrower. Coca-Cola cooler-vinyl; carousel MILFORD- 665 sf retail/office space on horse; Crosley ConMain St. $675/mo incl ductor radio; Del Ray G-100 guitar; concrete gas & wtr. Call turtle, pelican; cook 513-314-0394 books; To place your BINGO ad T e r m s : cash or apcall 513.242.4000 proved check Artful Artichoke Catering Directions : Montg. Rd. to west on Pfeiffer, north on Deerfield to If you’re looking site. Safe parking at Park. for buyers, Pioneer Diana Woodruff - moving to smaller home. you’re in Douglas Ross & Bob Pieratt the right Auctioneers neighborhood. 513-523-4423

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2BR, w/cpt, balc, lakeview, pool, playgrd Deer Park From $550. Call 513- Completely remodeled 520-1437 or 619-7922 1BR, quiet, eqpt kit, lndry, free ht/wtr, $465 BETHEL--1 BR $425, + dep, no pets. 2 BR $525. Nice, lrg 859-356-7769

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LOCATION: Brown Co. Fairgrounds, Rhonemus Building, Georgetown, Ohio 45121. Signs Posted off of ST. RT. 125. | JULY 18, 2009 BEGINNING AT 9:30AM ANTIQUES, COINS, POSTCARDS & COLLECTIBLES: Paperweights signed Jim Davis, Joe St. Clair & others, Presidential paperweight Nixon/Agnew, Crosley Field paperweight, bronze paperweights, Jackie Kennedy head vase, Fenton, carnival glass including Stag/Holly bowl, icy white plate, blue grape decanter & candlesticks, cut glass, pressed glass, Rookwood lamps, Rookwood duck, Fulper & Goldschneider pottery, Czechoslovakia glass, nice umbrella stand, sm. brides basket, lots of sterling silver & other flatware, over 100 Victorian, Rhinestone, Nazi, & vintage hat pins, hat pin holders, early hair combs bake-lite celluloid & some w/stones, vintage ladies hats/purses, sleigh bells, pot scrapers, soap savers, Art Deco pin tray & nude chalk wall plaque, Still cast iron banks, old iron rabbits, Flow Blue plates, hens/nest hand painted, Blue Corn pattern rose bowl, old marbles, military & presidential pictures, perfume bottles, Jasper ware perfume bottle, wall pockets & 2 hand mirrors, miniature lamps, elephant clock, art Nouveau clock, quilts, throws, linens, dolls & doll parts, pin cushion dolls, Shirley Temple, 2 chandeliers, slag glass hanging lamp, vintage ball uniforms, stamps, Diamond cluster ring, sheet music Showboat, Bing Crosby, Tennessee Waltz-Patty Page, Wait Disney, Al Jolson - sonny Boy, Military, Black Americana, old song books/theatre books/programs, Presidential & Celebrity photographs, autographs, paper, picture & personal items lot of Vice President Coolidge - Dawes/Gates items, Inaugural Ball items, calendars, Tin Type pictures - album of tin types, local adv. items including adv. fans (mostly local), Union pin back buttons, vintage Halloween paper die-cuts, paper dolls, Dionne Quintuplets pictures, old playing cards, old cookbooks, paper dolls, old black & white pictures, quilts, Diamond cluster ring, old jewelry, jewelry boxes, cameos, pocket watch, stick pins (gold), glass beads, watch fobs, lots of rings, earrings, sterling silver 14 K charms & bracelet, diamond tester, new Moissanite tester & accessories, party lights in original box, thimbles, lots of good Christmas pictures, albums, old postage stamps, Wooden Advertising box Kroger Dairy, Lots of antique postcards: Halloween, Christmas, Easter, Holiday, Black Americana, presidential, 4th of July, leather pocket watch stand nice w/beveled glass, Local cards Bethel, Felicity, New Richmond, Cincinnati area & lots of other area cards, pocket watches, watch fobs, 12 old pocket watches, Coins: approx. 22 silver dollars inc. 1878, 1900, 1901, 1921, V-nickels, Indian Head pennies, wheat pennies, approx 44 silver ½ dollars Barber, 3 silver 1964 Kennedy ½ dollars, proof sets, 1943 copper penny, 1955 S penny, 1909 VDB penny 1941 & 1953, 1858 Flying Eagle penny, Mercury Head 10 cent, Buffalo 5 cent, $1.00 & $5.00 silver certificates, steel penny, large cent Pcs., 1999 Proof set 24 caret gold plate & many other coins. Lunch served. Not responsible for accidents. TERMS: Cash day of sale or good check with proper ID. Statements made day of sale take precedence over previous advertising. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Nice items from 50 yrs. collection of the late Basil & Irma Canter. Moved to Fairgrounds Check auctionzip.com#8276 for more info and pictures

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Antiques, Furniture, Glassware, Old Toys/Games, Household, Yard Barn Sat. July 18th 2009 @10:00am 3735 St. Rt. 222, Batavia,Oh. 45103 Directions: I-275 to St.Rt.32 (Eastgate/Batavia) exit, East into Batavia, turn right onto St.Rt.222, follow South approx. 5 mi. to auction on the right---plenty of off road parking.

Antique Furniture: Amazing Eastlake chest; wash stands; oak dresser w/ mirror; neat old pump organ; Beautiful 5 legged dining table; many more nice pcs. Antique Collectibles/ Glass: Winnie & Smiley Pig cookie jars; salt & peppers; pressed/cut glassware; childrenís books; lots games & toys; old Christmas dÈcor; 50ís linens; still lots of boxes to sort through Household: clean furniture; elect. stove, washer, dryer, frig, freezers; sew/craft supplies; costume jewelry Garage/Yard: nice yard barn; hand & g garden tools; garden bench; shelves/cabinets Note: Mrs. Bruner has been moved into a care facility and her family has ask Lewis Auctioneering to sell all of her remaining personal property at auction. This is only a ga small fraction of what will be auctioned. Bring friend as we may need to run two rings. For more info & photos p visit www.auctionzip.com p Terms: cash of check w/photo ID. Sold as is any announcement day of auction take precedence over all written materials.

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LOVELAND--2BR W/D hookup, eqpt kitc, Loveland Schl Dist. $700. 513-677-5934

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Milford: 1br 1st flr Free water, equipt kit w/refrig & stove, washer & dryer on prem, off str prkg. Pets ok. Starting at $405+dep 513-661-7881 Milford / Miami Twp 1BR, equipt kit, carpeted, No Pets. $400. 513-575-2492 Milford Senior Apt Lg 1BR, Free heat/wtr, eqpt kit, prkng, near shopping $505/mo. 253-5308

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MT. CARMEL /Williamsburg: 12BR, Eqpt Kit. New crpt $400-$500/mo. Ask about our discount. 513-724-7084 or 528-2632 MT Lookout/Tusculum Uniquely Restored Vict. Lrg 1BR, hdwd $525-$600+ ht. 528-0181

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BA, CNE schools, on schl bus route, eqpt kit, lndry rm, $650 + dep. No pets. 513625-3964, 256-8071

N. AVONDALE-1BR, NORWOOD AreaCypress Way. 1 BR heat /wtr pd, equip, Apts completely re off str prkg, W/D decorated, water/heat hkup, no pets. furn, eqpt kit, a/c, (1) $360 + $250 dep. parking space, coin-op 513-242-9095.

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kit, 1st or 2nd flr, referEVANSTON- Off of ences & deposit reDana Ave. 1 BR, heat quired. 513-876-2909 & wtr paid, prkg, a/c, starting from $400. FELICITY 513-200-8431. Garrison Place FP, new crpt, a/c, lg 1 BR Apts yd. Nice $695+dep No FAIRFAX NR -1 BR/4 for 62 yrs & older. pet752-2277,200-9909 fam on Simpson at St Rent subsidized Free Utlities Margaret, balc, new Secure Bldg carpet/paint, w/d hkup Pets Allowed $425. 513-910-3375 513-876-3590 LOST & FOUND EAS TGATE NrTTY 800-750-0750 Ads are FREE!! Specials $99 Dep & Equal Housing Oppty 513.242.4000

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EVANSTON- 1 & 2 BR FairfieldGoshen- 2BR & 3BR 5467 Southgate Blvd #2. Apts. Wtr & grbg paid. apts, 3550 Montgy 2BR, $485 + dep. Accepts $495 & $595/mo. No Rd & 3306 Fairfield. Quiet. Dep negotia - small pets. 513-703-0534 pets, 513-625-2951 ble. 513-793-2909, 513-207-1477 FELICITY-- 2BR, eqpt GOSHEN- 3 BR, 1

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BETHEL N. West St. 1br apts, fully equipt kitchen , prvt entrances, $390/mo + dep. EASTGATE-1 & 2BR 513-734-3897 large, remodeled, clean, quiet., eqpt, CHERRY GROVE/ d/w, blcny, lg closets. BATAVIA- 2 Br, 1.5 Anderson--newly $465-$565. renovated 2 BR, c/a, Ba, patio, DR, W/D No dogs. wtr incl. Pets allowed. hkup, off strt prkng, 513-205-0578 $525mo. oversized LR. pets 513-720-7710 ok. 513-379-0046 EASTGATE Dplx-3br AVONDALE- Lg 1 BR crpt, a/c, prkng, $425 + dep. MT AUBURN 3BR, equipt, lndry hkup, c/a, $675 + dep. 513-227-0804


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EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 240 condos for unfurnished unfurnished rent NORWOOD - 1BR newly renovated. DW, C/A, Off-street parking. 2628 Duckcreek Rd. 45212. $495 + dep. 513-205-7376

CLERMONT - AME LIA area. Rent/Option SILVERTON to Buy. 2BR 2BA BEAUTIFUL .. Updated Brand new bldg! car 2BR, 2nd flr, new crpt, garage, No Steps. Pri AC, eqpt, ht/wtr pd, vate Patio. $850/mo + lndry. 513-793-0483 dep. 6 miles to I-275. 513-520-6341 WALNUT HILLS - 1 & 3

PLEASANT RIDGE 1 & 2 BR, spacious, equipt kit, br, Pretty, AC/Heat! carpet, lndry hkup, 1 BRQuiet tree lined St! Nr I- parking. 513-961-3778 71/75, conv. shops. Nonsmkr! 513-631-6611

PLEASANT RIDGE Nice Lg 1BR, gar, ht/wtr pd., coin lndry, . No Section. 8. Pets ok $425. 859-512-0447

PRICE HILL-W 2BR, heat/wtr pd, new crpt/ paint, lndry, prkg $449/ mo $99 Dep 513-874-6368

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MIAMI TWP- 3BR, 2 CONTROLS BA, bi-level, 2 car TECHNICIAN gar, on cul de sac, Growing HVAC Con$1200/mo + $2000 trols Company looking dep, 513-807-3598 for an experienced

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LOVELAND- Condo for lease. 3BR, 3BA, PROSS. COUPLE seeks home to rent. 3br, 2ba, pvt 2-car gar., w/d, exer setting preferred. zip coWITHAMSVILLE/ rm, fully furn bsmt des 08, 26, 30 or 44. Reply PIERCE TWP w/wet-bar, screened in to dene@alsd.com 2 & 3 BR apts, eqpt porch, jacuzzi, sunREADING - Christian kit., w/d hkup, c/a, pets deck, Doesn’t incl util 312 child carehelp wanted family looking for OK, pool. Ask about or cable. responsible renter to our Move In Specials. Unfurnished $1400/mo rent lge 1BR apt in CHILDCARE 513-325-1462 Furnished $1700/mo. 2fam house, non/smkr PROVIDER/ 513-403-7756 no pets, $600mo., Household Asst condos for all utils paid. 761-2135 240 wanted 20 hrs/wk M-F Mrytle Beach rent Ocean Front Slps 4. 2-6pm, Anderson Twp 8/19/09-6/2010. Safe BATAVIA; 2BR, 1st 6 pools, gated com- driving record req. Exp mo free. Eqpt kit, munity. Very Clean. a plus. No add’l chil D/W, 1.5 bth, w/d $685/wk Call 513dren allowed. 722-8371, 405-2432 hk-up., fireplace. SILVERTON 513-826-0657 $585-$610mo. 513Looking for good 237-3692, 831-5959 250 houses for tenants. Nice 1 BR, rent CHILDCARE/HSK great location. Positions PT/FT Call now! apartments, Amelia Ranch - 3br, 1ba Call us or visit 225 513-891-6921 unfurnished 1 car gar, on 1/2 acre lot our website $900mo + dep Home Management 513-753-3698 lv msg. Services

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ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - City of Springdale The City of Springdale is seeking an Assistant Superintendent of Public Works to provide administrative support to the Superintendent in managing departmental programs, operations and projects. The Assistant will directly supervise, schedule and coordinate the maintenance operations and personnel in the repair and maintenance of streets, storm sewers, landscaping and the City’s vehicle fleet. The position requires a minimum of five years of public works experience. The successful candidate must also have a minimum of three years supervisory experience in public works operations or a related field and possess good interpersonal relationship skills. An Associates degree in civil engineering, construction management or a related field of study with a bachelor’s preferred. Additional years of work experience, training and other education which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may also be considered in lieu of a degree. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Ohio commercial drivers license (CDL - class A or B) within six months of employment. The salary range for this position is $61,828 - $80,377. All interested parties should submit a cover letter, resume and salary history to: "Assistant Superintendent of Public Works Position", City of Springdale, 11700 Springfield Pike, Springdale, Ohio 45246 or human-resources@ springdale.org. Deadline: End of business day on Thursday, July 30, 2009. EOE


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SUMMER WORK Great Pay Immediate FT/PT openings, customer sales/svc, no exp.nec, conditions apply, all ages 17+, call: Tri-County: 513-874-4167 Beechmont 513-528-6555

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If an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Make sure that you check out all businesses witht he Better Business Bureau before sending any money through the mail, and never give out your social security number or credit card number without first making sure you are dealing with a reputable company ... looking out for you, your friends at The Community Press ...

Are You Highly Motivated? Learn to operate a Mini Office Outlet. Computer a must. Free online training & evaluation. Flexible hrs. www.123gri.com BOONE CTY busy intersection. 4000 sf bldg w/restaurant eqpt. Could be used for anything. 859-653-5662

Career Opportunity Will Train Call Jerry 859-426-0156 financial

AMELIA- Mom has 525 services two full-time positions open. Great rates, w/ THIS CAN references. DRASTICALLY Call 513-752-1022. SYMMES TWP. I will do child care in my home 2nd or 3rd shift. Exp’d in child care. Call 513-324-0871

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PLASTER or DRYWALL Finishing or Repair Free est! 513-625-7782

HOT LOCAL WOMEN! FREE to call! Chat NOW! 18+ 513-766-1111 937-913-1111

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Husky Very light yellow coat, 35-40 lbs, 10 years old, missing since Sat 7/11 .Clermont area, nr Rt 50. A.B.C. LAWN SERVICE 513-460-1663 Mowing & Lawn Care $100 REWARD!!

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2 CEMETERY PLOTS-- Graceland Memorial Gardens Section 2, #195, B1B2, value $1595/each, asking $1000/each. Cemetery fee $75 for new deed. 740-869-2982 or 614-832-9302 2 NICHE- chapel B row 5 M 6, Forest Swan Memorial Park, Erlanger, 859-7279588 or 609-3990

LONGABERGER BAS KETS, POTTERY & ACCESSORIES 513-753-8584 PVT. COLLECTION Romweber Sale Viking oak: 6 sided poker tbl w/rare lthr backed chrs, grape arm chrs, hdbds, night stands, lthr of fice chrs, coffee tbl. 513-891-7530 g2@one.net

FIREPLACE Screen w/Tools Like NEW, f r o m Bromwells.Curved, free-standing screen w / m a t c h i n g tools.Blk/gold tool set. All Excellent cond.Must See! $65275 obo Cell # 513.673.0813 Hospital Bed - Electronic w/remote Like new-$700. Couch, like-new. $200. "Crib to bed", $250. Weslo Treadmill, $175; Air Walker $75; Resistance machine $100; obo 513-527-0385, 406-3753

YAMAHA GRAND PIANO 7" $12,000 AND UPRIGHT VOSE AND SONS PIANO $2000. Well taken care of. 513-519-7797

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675 miscellaneous AQUAVAC ing. pool vac; 2 refrig; 2 microwaves; tbls & chrs; lawn mower; weed eater; grass blower; garden supplies; stereo; crpt vac; file cab; fax mach; computer; other items. 513-248-2264 aft 4pm.

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POWER CHAIRPronto M51 Sure Step, never used $1500. 937-444-0026

$100 & up, New, twin, full, queen, & king, all major brands, factory close outs, & flr displays, save over ½ (can deliver), 8770 Reading Rd, Reading, OH 761-2895

Model .Accessories Carrying Case and Added embroidery software. 513248-9565 Leave Message

NAVY leather comfy couch, loveseat, & chr, exc cond, $1300, 513-479-3784

SHOWER Transfer Pier 1 Imports Furn Bench-$30. HEATER- 4 chrs, 2 end tbls, kerosene/ portable. rattan,never used, $25. 513-984-8445 $300, 513-256-7764 LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

Secretary/High boy, 513.242.4000 walnut, clawfoot $650; Empire couch on rollhome 655 furnishings ers $650; Cherry Duncan Phyfe china cabinet $600; other anti5-Piece QUEEN BED- ques. 513-752-8786 ROOM SET - Beautiful! Very sturdy, SOFA - 86", golden beige, 3 cushion, overstuffed, like Will Tutor your child unique bedroom set. new, originally $900, sell Medium toned, solid $350, 513-485-0974 $25/hr- K-8: wood. Includes headStudy Skills, Math lawn and board, 6 ft. long dressReading, 583-1143 662 garden er w/ mirror, armoire, and nightstand. $700 special 590 events CINCINNATI Brown or best offer. Field Stone for Sale, 513-260-7551 grade A-A+ quality, DJ Service 1000 tons avail, all For your special event. BEDROOM Furniture sizes, 513-477-0563 29yrs exp. 5 pc bedroom suite 513-732-1664 needs knobs on draw- GAZEBO-Outdoors, ers, asking $250, 13" new in box, dbl roof design, 8 panel 595 tickets TV/VCR combo - $25, twin bed - $75, match- screened sides, coat ed steel corner posts BENGAL SEASON ing chest w/bookcase w/ shelves, plant tickets(2) Exc cvr’d or chest - $75, lamp hooks, $110. seat. sect 120 row 36. $25. All furniture is in 513-489-8734 $1380. 513-232-5716 good condition. 25 250 (513) 410-0900 LAWN TRACTORS -12 HP Murray, $350, 605 antiques 16 HP MTD, $400, both very good cond, 513-625-0820 OHIO VALLEY ANTIQUES MALL STRAW BLOWER- Finn model MSW 27, barn kept, 1st Annual OVAM good cond, automatic CAR SHOW feed. 513-313-0805 Sunday, July 19 TRACTOR-FORD 8N 4pm-8pm Grader blade, 513-874-7855 5’x5’ carry-all, $1800. 513-777-5687 Fairfield Open Daily 9a -9p TRACTOR www.ohiovalley CHAIR--Couch, Table. Toro LX420 42" deck antiques.com all Ethan Allen pine. with mulching kit. Mini fridge. Dinette Runs Great! Low set. Speakers. hours, only used 1 1/2 BURLINGTON 513-791-2288 seasons. Only $500. ANTIQUE 513-683-9140 SHOW CHERRY Dining Room BOONE COUNTY Set w/ 6 mtching chrs 663 lumber/building FAIRGROUNDS + Teak book cases materials Burlington, KY from BOVA, end tbls + Sun July 19, 8a-3p coffee tbl. Reasonable 3rd Sunday Each offers considered. All in Month April-October excellent condition. Locust Fence PostAdm. Adults $3.00 513-232-2432 Seasoned 8ft long. Carry Concealed Weapons Classes Get your CCW permit. 12 hours of instruction for $100 Call 513-315-1507 website ; freedomfirstconcealed carry.com

----------100 posts & braces, DESK- 30 x 60, Early Buying $200. 2x6 used mahogony finish, 6am-8am treated LUMBER Adm. Adults $5.00 $400, 513-474-7917 various lengths. after 5 pm Rain or shine Make offer. 513-922-6847 513-752-7769 www.burlington DINING Room Set Cherry antiqueshow.com Thomasville STONE-Thomasville Dining STREET

MABLE TOP REST. TABLE, 3 tier tbl, lib. tbl, dining rm tbl, vani ty & mirror, flower stand, jewel tea set. 513-528-2169

Room set, like new,excellent condition, table with two wide leaves, 6 chairs, 1 china hutch. 3,200.00. 513-254-8890

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1 BEST APPLIANCE $125up. Wash, Dry, Stv, Frig. Warr. dlv shwrm 859-727-3030, 513-508-0006

BEST APPLIANCE $99 & up. Showroom SALES & REPAIRS Wash-Dry-Stov-Frig 513-508-0006 859-727-3030 Warranty - Delivery

WASHER/DRYER Exc cond. $100 each. Can deliver if necessary. 513-602-3458 To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

ESPRESSO color THOMASVILLE Bedroom Set. SLEIGH Bed, queen size, dresser w/large mirror and 3 drawer nightstand. $1500. 210-389-4102.

We are an indoor 50,000 square foot Flea-N-Tique Mall. We provide booth spaces for dealers and vendors to come in, set up and walk away. We do the rest. You, as the dealer, simply price your items and tag them with your vendor ID and when the customer brings your item to the checkout, we credit the sale to you. When payday comes around you receive a check for your total sales, less the rental. It is that simple. If you need a place for an internet business, we are your store front. No more pain in the neck, just collect a check. So if you need a place to sell your wares, we have a spot for you.

BICHON FRISE puppies, M/F, $200-$275. Reg. shots & wormed. DOB 3/26/09. 937-725-9641

Cavalier King Charles Some are special! CKC, tri-cuties! 7 wks, shots, wrmd $400-$450. 937-3860003 CHIHUAHUA AKC pups, vet ck, shots $250-$500. Some adults, adoptions & PICS avail. 513-831-9292

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ENGLISH B u l l d o g Neutered,records,spay ed,Female,potty trained,Akc paper, shotupdate,austinryan 60@yahoo.com $350. New Mini Flea Market! South on 75, 513-721-6544 Richwood exit, turn left to US 25, right on 11564 US 25, Sat 9a5p, Sun 10a-4p

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Lab Pups AKC Choc & yellow, 18wks, housebroken, M & F . Great w/ kids $300 ea. 513-668-8863

MALTIPOOS-CKC, M$250, F-$300, POP, MIN PIN PUPS- CKC, will be 8-10 lbs, 1 blk 10 wks, 3F, Black & & 3 wht, 1st shots, Rust. Very playful, Tails cropped. wrmd. 513-625-0025 Dew clawed, Health records, $275. 513-724-1373

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Dachshunds- Females $300; males, $250. 10 wks, CKC, POP, vet chkd shots, wormed. 513-821-1820

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WANTED!! Maytag Wringer Washer Stoneware Crocks & Chest Freezers. 513-471-1541

SNARE DRUMLudwig. With carrying case. 2 sets of sticks, practice pad. Good cond., $150. JUPITER BELL set w/carrying case. Exc. cond., $150. 513-697-6434

A+ BUYING CHINA, Crystal, Silver. Estate & Collectibles. Top $$. 513-793-3339

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50 Different Breeds! 100 Different Pets! Jungle Jim’s Shopping Plaza 5470 Dixie Hwy. Fairfield 513.829.6060 petlandfairfield.com AMERICAN Eskimo Pups - UKC Regst, POP, $250 ea Call 937-544-0167 AUSTRAILIAN Shepherd Minature Black tri 8 wks old. Vet ck and first shots Nice puppy! 250.00 513-256-2268 BASSET mix Last puppy of our litter. Born on 3/12, Happy, loving, and playful. Beautiful red and white and needs a good home. Call for details. $50 In Loveland 216-262-2537

born 5/18. 1st shots, wrmd $350. 513-8753370 or 505-6404

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KEN DAVIS PAINTING 2nd Generation Business “Old Fashion Quality”

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CHISMAN ELECTRIC Ceiling Fans 44 Years exp.

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LAB PUPPIES -AKC MINIMAL LOAD • MINIMUM CHARGE SILVER Silver, Chocalate, Charcoal, & Black Lab Puppies Born 5-20-09 740-678-8482 home 740-516-4964 cell Go to our webpage for information and pictures of puppies!! Removal of Any Unwanted Items www.lazyhfarm.net 3 males Silver $850, • Junk Removal • House Clean Out • Swimming Pool Demo & Fill • Brush & Tree Removal • Residential Dumpster 1 female & 1 male • Garage, Barn & • Concrete Removal Chocolate $500, Shed Demolition • Bobcat Service 1 female & 1 male www.besthauling.com Black $300 Insured & Dumpsters Bonded 513-533-0848 1 female Charcoal $1000 We are taking depos459 home improvement/remodeling its on this litter!! $200 deposit All of the puppies come with a AKC regIF IT’S FOR THE HOUSE CALL FELDHAUS istration, Litter Certifi- ■ REMODELING ■ OFFICE REMODELING ■ DRIVEWAYS cate, 1st Shots, ■ FAMILY ROOMS ■ GARAGES & DECKS ■ CONCRETE Wormed, Dew Claws ■ BATH ROOMS/KITCHEN ■ ROOM ADDITIONS • FREE ESTIMATES removed, Vet checked Jim & Mark Feldhaus Since 1938 and 24 Month Health 631-1222 Guarantee. For your Feldhaus.hi@fuse.net convenience we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

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INSTANT CASH PAID For Baseball cards, German Shepherd coins, gold, silver, paper pups, Black & tan money, antiques, old $175 ea. toys, watches, comics, ADOPT A Puppy Kit1st shots, wormed, Nascar, Case XX, milita- ten Open 7 Days/wk, 8am-7pm Accept ing lit513-734-0990 ry, trains, autographs, entire estates, lots of ters. Low cost spay & GOLDEN DOODLES neuter. Sycamore Aniothers! We pick up. F1 & F1B, Homemal Hosp. 513-683513-295-5634. raised, health guar., 2300; Hamilton Ave. vet chkd, wormed, 1 Buyer of 513-825-4011. BBB 1st shots, POP. WWI & WWII -- US Member 513-309-7838 German & Japanese Adopt Dogs/Puppies 513-367-0528 Paying top dollar for from Save the Animals any war relics, GOLDEN weapons, helmets, Foundation. Spayed, RETRIEVER uniforms, medals neut, vac. staf.petfinder.org Pups. AKC, vet @ , anything military.

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ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP$1400. 1 male, 9wks. Vet @ Shots, POP. Almost hsebrkn. 419-561-7552

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Adopt a Dog, Puppy Cat or Kitten All sizes, shapes, colors, breed mixes; All need forever homes! Adoption Fees All Cats - $75.00 All Dogs - $95.00 Adoption Fee Incl: Spay/Neuter, Shots & Microchipping. The League For Animal Welfare is a No-Kill Shelter. 513-735-2299 ! www.lfaw.org !

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Bichon Frise PupsCinti Pavement Maintenance Professionals AKC, born May 12, Patching, Paving, Sealcoating, non aggressive, non Cracksealing, Recreational Surfaces, Striping, shed, adorable, vet Concrete Repair & Replacement, chk’d 1st shots, born & Curb Repair & Replacement raised in my home, 513-871-4567 sos-coating.com f $500, m $450, Free Est Since 1979 Fully Insured 513-867-9188

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BUYING-RECORD AL BUMS & CDs, JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK & ROLL, ALTERNA TIVE, R&B & REG Old Granite. Large GAE 513-825-6985 quantity. Delivery WWII RELICS available. 513 -59 8US, German, Japanese. 6406/305-4163 Sell your military TREATED LUMBER items to a veteran/ 5/4 X 6’’ X16’ Lg quanti- collector. Top $ paid. ty. Delivery available. 859-630-8085 $8/ea 513-598-6406 BEST PRICES PAID for 665 musical merchandise OLD Pocket Knives, Advertising Posters, PIANO- Kimball Drake Signs & Tins. Kapphan Baby Grand, 513-563-7183 petite style. Moving, Must Sell. $1200 obo I BUY Old Stereo 513-236-9111 Equipment & Guitar Amps, Records & Piano w/bench, Bald- Ham Radios, 1950’swin Console, cherry 90’s. 513-477-4191

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BASSETT--9 wks. 2M,1F, red/white vet @ 1st shots & LABRADOR Lab pups wormed, POP $250. 3 blk males 1 blk female 1 white female 513-876-2772

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A T T E N T I O N DEALERS/VENDORS BICHON Frise 2M AKC aodrable 8 wk If you’re looking for BOOTH SPACE pups. Hypo allergenAVAILABLE buyers, you’re in ic, non-shedding. Vet the right neighborhood. What is The Peddlers chckd and wrmd. Call Community Classified Place? 513-518-0507

REMINGTON 1100. 30 inch. Full choke. mattress Sets-- Used Rib barrell. $800(obo) $100 & up, New, twin, Cemetery of Spring 513-232-6934 full, queen, & king, all Grove lakeside Mau major brands, factory soleum entombment 650 games close outs, & flr disand toys rights (2), crypt # Wall plays, save over ½ 35E-2, $9985, Corn Hole Bags mattress S e t s -- Used Brother / Sewing Embroi770-552-8537 dery Machine, Disney Excellent quality. 25+

GRACELAND ME- colors $15/each set. MORIAL GARDENS- Call 859-342-8741 2 prime internment sites Gethsemane 652 health aides Garden. Priced to sell. 513-313-0805

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2 CEMETERY Lots & 1 Vault for sale at Resthaven Mem. Park. COLLECTION of 220 $1700. Please cont. U.S. Silver Dollars, Sharon Flischel 513- dated before 1935, $2999 591-9575 Need to sell. takes all. 513-779-7232

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MINPIN PUPS- reg, POMERAIN-Adorable POODLES- Adorable shots, red & blk & tan, pups, dob 5/2, parti Toys, 6 wks, black, tails docked, dew color, vet chkd, shots, chocolate, white, male clawed. $250M, wrmd, F $300, M & female, POP. $300F. 513-625-3899 $250. 513-477-4473 513-262-6648

P U G -AKC pups, 8wks shots/wrmd, guaranteed, $300, cash 513-625-8400

PAPILLON-AKC pups 2 M, born May 2nd, small breed. Vet checked, wormed, first shots. POP $750. 513-734-7538

PUG PUPS- 10wks, CKC, 1 blk Male $300 ea.; 3 Fawn males $300 ea. Batavia, OH 513-616-5977

Schnauzer/Giants Big beautiful babies, M/F. very smart, non shedding, $400. 937-302-7979 dollhausen7979@ yahoo.com

POMERANIAN CKC XXSM, 9 wks, M & F, shots / wrmd / black fuzzy puppies, very playful, POP, $350. 513-724-1373 POMERANIANS

PEKE-A-POO Male, AKC reg. weaned, born 4/22/09, very shots, ready to go, M $200, F $300. No Sun small, vet checked and calls 937-386-0292 shots. 185 937-3933670 POODLE-AKC. 6wks. Toy & Mini, M&F, champ lines, shots / vet ck. Loved & home raised. 513-899-2832

Poodles- AKC, Tiny toys & Toys . shots & wrmd, 6 & 12 wks old, apricot & wht, $350$500. 513-932-8565. POODLES & Poodle Mixes. M & F. shots. Reds, whites, blacks. $300-$425 cash. 513560-5178

ROTTWEILER Pups 11 wks,AKC,wormed& shots,tails docked dewclaws removed, excell.temperament & parents on-site, pups are guaranteed 650.00 513-425-6815

POODLES--Standard AKC puppies $400-$500. Dachshund puppies $300. Centerburg, Ohio 740-625-6363

Poodle mix Yorkies PUGS-CKC. Black M many other sml breeds, & F, vet chkd, family some on sale, 513-896- raised, potty training, 5056. Visit our website ready now. $350. preferredpuppies.com 937-764-1599 Search ads online any day, any time @ communityclassified.com

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Amberly nr- 7/17 & BLUE ASH 18th 9-2, Galbraith to garage sale. 7/17-18, Gwalida lft to 3645 9-1p. 6251 Donjoy . Jeffrey, tools, work3 families. bench, kids bikes. Bargains galore. AMELIA, 1568 Clearbrook Don’t miss this sale.

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Covington, KY 1938 Scott St July 17 & 18 Fri – Sat 9-5 # @ 8am Ln off Judd rd. 7/18 & 19, Contents of home & 9a-??. 2 family sale. Furn, basement of 75 years. kitchen & lots of misc Antiques, glassware, items. CHEVIOTfurniture. Mitchell & Amelia- 7/17 & 18, Sat July 18th Ram. Marble top 9a-3p, 1216 White 8am-2pm and washstand, 10 pc 20’s Oak Rd, 6 ( 1910) Sun July 19th, dining room set, 5 pc antq chr & tbl, 1950 10am-2pm, 20’s bedroom set. Old House contents antq tbl & 2 chrs, treadle sewing ma AND PERSONAL ITEMS cookbooks-craftbooks, chine, East lake bible 4249 APPLEGATE clothing & shoes, NO EARLY BIRDS! stand, chairs, rockers, Christmas, deco and vintage lots of misc! items. Items of all sorts, lots of misc. ANDERSON, 7/17 & 18, DELHIitems stored in base 8a-1p. Multi family 1088 Sat July 18th, 9amAzure Ct. Lots of misc. Sutment yet to go ton lft onto Patricia right ??, 550 Rentz Place, through. Items too on Azure. off Foley Rd. Machi- much to list all priced nist tools & misc. to sell. For more info ANDERSON see website: Neighorbord sale. hsestatesales.com Woodstone, or call 859-468-9468. Deerhaven, & EASTGATE Shadywoods Fri & Sat. 7/17 & 7/18 GOSHEN -7/17-18, off LIttle Dry Run. 9am-4pm. 9AM-5 PM. 1878 Sat 7/18, 10-1p 4627 Elmont Drive. MULBERRY ST. BIG MULTI-FAMILY SA LE YARD SALE PULL ANDERSONFurniture, Books, AROUND BACK. Sat July 18th, Lg-Size Womens LOTS OF EVERY 8am-1pm Clothes, lots more THING CHEAP !!! 6237 Turpin Hills Dr Hshld, electronics. ba by, collectibles, & misc Anderson , Summit Estates 7/17 & 18, 9a-4p.No early birds 1690 Muskegon Dr. Empty nester extra lg womens clothes, furniture and much more.

EASTGATE July 17, 18, 19 8am-3pm 739 JAROLE DR. Anderson/Summit Near Helicopter Park, Fri 7/17 sat 7/18 Nascar collectibles, baby 4 families 8563 Denallen boy clothes, nursing (8 mile/ Holiday Hills) Ceiling fan, Electric Heat - scrubs, designer clothes, er, Printer, lots household small kitchen appliances! items, Clothing, Shoes, Purses, & Jewelry. Books and much misc. 8-2 EASTGATE:

ANDERSON T o w n ship 07/18 9:00 am 2:00 pm 968 Anderson Hills Drive MultiFamily. Items priced to sell. 2T-5T girls clothes,toys, household misc and much more!

M u lti Family furniture, appliances, lots of misc. 4232 Clough Lane and 804 Fairway Dr. Fri 7/17 & Sat 7/18 9-?

EASTGATE, Near-Sat 7/18, 9am-2pm. Misc household items, linens, furniture, office supplies, toys, (2) sax ophones, pictures, books, collectibles & much MORE! 4173 Sagewood Dr. (Shayler to Shayler ANDERSON TWP-Creek Drive) July 18th, 9am-3pm. 965 Asbury Rd., Tools, antq glswr hsld, Electric Trains.

ANDERSON Twnship 07/18 08:00 am 02:00 pm 1977 Wittmeyer Drive Longaberger Baskets, teacher supplies, Wilton cake pans, kid’s toys and more

BATAVIA 7/18. 8AM-2PM. Huge sale! 4358 Legacy Greens Dr. Toys, household items, designer womens suits, stove RAIN OR SHINE Crosspointe Subdivision off of Bauer Road. BETHEL 07/17 8:00am 4:00pm corner of ash and tower streets scroll saw, reload equip.,framed prints, linens

EASTGATE Sat July 18th, 8-1 647 Charwood Dr. Desk, bookshelves, tables, silverware /dishes, kit applian ces, gas grill, computer, bureaus, armoir, wooden playset, much more.

EASTGATESat July 18th, 9am-1pm. 454 AUXIER DRIVE BETHEL 7/17 & 7/18 Household, electron 10-5 341 E.Plane St ics, toys, children’s ( S R 1 2 5 ) P fa lt z g r a ff clothes, misc. dishes,Mens Abercrombie M & L , B o y d B e a r s , W e d d i n g Eastgate Yard sale. 4240 Zagar Dr.. Centerpieces,home Fri-Sat 8-1p. decor & household Lots of Goodies items.

GREAT YARD SALE MILFORD/MIAMI TWP 5897 Deerfield Rd. NO EARLY BIRD! Friday 7/17 & Sat 7/18 8:30 4p Furniture electronics, tools, household items, pictures, lots of variety. IT MUST ALL GO!!! RAIN OR SHINE

HUGE PIERCE TWP-Fri July 17 7am-3pm and Sat July 18, 7am-1pm. 879 CASTLEBAY DRIVE. Royal Oaks Subdvn. DOWNSIZING - Furn, TV, electronics, tons of clothes, & nice home accessories and lots more.

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Loveland, 6401 Roth RDG, dr. July 17th, 18th & 19th 9a-7p. Antiques, lots of collectibles, lg coke cola items, depression glass, tools & more.

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7/17 & 7/18, 9am4pm. 6587 Oakland Rd #104, 48 & 28. Multi Family. Misc items.

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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 hitailnunn@cinci.rr.com

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Fri 7/17, Sat 7/18 & Sun 7/19, 8am-2pm. Ln (off McKinney Rd) Fri 7/17 Furn, clothing, appliances, & Sat 7/18 8am-3pm; Multi books. 1383 Finch Ln. (SR Fam. Misc items. 28 to Buckwheat to Finch)

MILFORD/HUNT Club Fri & Sat. July 17-18, LOVELAND/GOSHEN 8am-noon. 1375 Fox 6659 Oakland Rd (Rt Hunt. Hshld goods, womens’ & 48), 7/17 & 7/18 9-5. teen, Lots of home interior, mens’ clothing & more collectibles, mens/ womens clothes, too much to list!

LOVELANDStonebridge Farms Neighborhood sale off Fields Ertel & Montgomery Sat 7/18, 9-2 Anything you could want, and more!

MADEIRA- 7/18 9-3 & 7/19 9-1, 6529 Madeira Hills Dr. Household items, pwr tools, TVs, electronics, stereo eq, patio furn, garden tools, boys clothing, books, fitness eq.

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!

MADISON PL- Huge multi fam moving sale 7/18 & 7/19 9-5, 7005 Bramble Ave. New dishwasher, furn, lamps, dishes, microLANDEN -- Mov- waves, ladders, ing. Everything pwr/yard/ manual must go from tools, bird cage/ std, exer townhouse. Fur- eq,aquarium/std, holiday decor, slot niture, decorative mach, stereo spkrs, pcs, pictures & small refrig, much more, all must go!! kitchenware.

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Loveland Neighborhd Sale! kid items furn. & MORE! Sat 7/17 & 7/18, 9-2pm. Fox Chase Dr off Lebanon

MASON 6860 Park Lake Dr. Village Lake Sub beh Hope Ch. 7/21-22 9-5p, 7/23 9-12p, 7/24-25 9-5p. Hshld items, seasonal clths, shoes-adult/kids, toys, bikes, Christmas & misc.

MILFORD/ MIAMI TWP -July 17th, 8-3 5521 Scarlet Maple Ct. Solid wood doors, butcher block, crib, toys, kids clothes, industrial products, spray glue, ear plugs, etc. Rt 131 to Dry Run, follow signs!!

M IL F O R D Sale- July 17th & 18th, 8 a- 1 p, 1290 Tidewater Dr., Furniture, Toys, Clothing, Books, Home Decor, Pool Table & Washer/ Dryer

Montgomery Sat. July 18th, 8 a - 2p, 7882 Shelldale Way, Montgomery 45242. Printer, exercise equipment, total gym, kettle grill, painted floor cloth, Sconce, Jewelry, Lenox, Antique Mirror, Spindle table, banjo, beanies, Holiday /Christmas ornaments, Large Pottery pieces, baskets, Pictures, China & misc. household items. MOVING MUST GO!! GE PROFILE REF, WHRLPL WSHR /DRYR MITSU 52" TV, POOLTBL, MBR FUR, DINETT, XCL BEST OFFR. 513-398-0009

MT Healthy- July 17th & 18th 9a-2p Furn., appls, 9311 Rambler Place., off Adams Rd.

MILFORD-2 FAMILY SALE. July 17th & 18th, 8:30-3pm. 5852 Whitegate Ct. baby crib, kids furn, clothes, books, toys, etc.

MT. W a s h i n g t o n , 07/18, 9:00am4:00pm, 6485 Rainbow Lane. Estate sale. Furniture and appliances. Multi- Family Yard Sale Sat. July 25th 9a-2p 3771 Ebenezer Rd

Milford 7/17 & 18 9a-2p. NEW RICHMOND Baby items, Furn, Toys, Exercise Equp, Elecronics Thurs-Fri-Sat 7/16-1718, 9-?. 1144 Bethel Clothes & MORE

MILFORD/MIAMI TWP-MOVING SALE. 7/18, 8am-1pm. 1726 Cottontail Dr. off Cook Rd. Furniture, tools, collectibles, hshold.

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

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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!

Owensville - Out. Multi Family 7/17-18. 8:30amMT LOOKOUT 4p. 5643 Hutchinson Rd. Sat 7/18, 9-3p. Years of Accumulation. 2 family. Loads of Old and New Stuff. Guys, hshld treasures. Girls & Baby stuff. Plus 3102 Kinmont Much More. Furn, Clothoff Paxton ing of all sizes, Boys bike, Zune. Cleaning up & movMT. LOOKOUT ing out. Don’t Miss this Sat July 18 8-noon great sale.

Partial list: Cooking utensils, dishes, lamps, pics, some MASON furn, Xmas decor, Huge Moving Sale. tools, lawn furn. Furn, snow blower, 1197 Herschel Ave at house goods, Lambert.

Longaberger baskets, tools, lots of men & women clths. Thur-Fri 8-4p. Sat 8-12p. 405 Monte

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Shih Tzu Pup- AKC, SIBERIAN Husky 4 mos, ml, blk & wht, pups akc $500 937shots, wrmd, awe- 423-0545 some personality $300, 937-587-5754 ST BERNARD- PupSHIH Tzu Purebred pies, 9 wks, 7 males, AKC reg. $450 1 female, POP, adora unpapered, $550 pa- ble! 513-831-2426, SCHNAUZER pups. 7wks. pered r.rose@fuse.net w/breeding male & females. $125. No papers. wormed. Cash on- rights. 6+wks old. 1 M, ly. 513-625-3137 2 F. $450-$550. VIZSLA PUPS- born 513-767-8041 May 16, POP, shots, SHIH - A- POOH PUPS For sale SHITZ-A-POO Ready wormed, m & f, ready 6 wks old. 4M & 2 F’s, for good home. pa- after July 12, $450, 937-444-7447 $150ea 513-875-4735 rents on prem. vet check. 300. WEIMARANER 3wks SHIH TZU- AKC/CKC 513-240-4720 akc shots wormed pups, blk/ wht, choc/wht, shots, SIBERIAN HUSKIES docked 7m 450-500. wrmed, M&F, sm/ Puppies-CKC, 10 wks 513-200-1923 adorable $300 ea. 1F 2M, Health 937-515-0265 records, POP, Rare piebald, Gorgeous. SHIT-TZU Poo pups $200-$250. shots, wrmd, Males & 513-724-1373 Females $250, brw/white 513-969-1956, 724-1956

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New Richmond Rd acr from N.Rich. Elem. Come shop & stretch your $$. We have lots of bargains. Misc hshld items, clths, sports cards & collectible & much more.

pets/ antique and 720 accessories 850 motorcycles 930 collector cars ’05 SUZUKI GSXR The Riverview Delhi 20th Annual 600cc: new tire, recent oil change 4,900 KIWANIS CAR SHOW REPTILE miles. Lowered exh, Rollin On The River EXTRAVAGANZA! tail kit, yellow & blue. Fernbank Park Live reptiles $6200obo. Jacket & July 26th Registration Buy, sell, trade! 9-noon Info: Call helmet xtra. Sat. July 18, 9a-3p. Al 941-7700 513-484-8149 $4 per person www.rollinontheriver U.A.W. Hall, 2004 H A R L E Y carshow.com 3761 Harding Dr. DAVIDSON ULTRA Columbus, Oh. CLASSIC FLHTCUI, 935 trucks/suvs 614-459-4261 black, 9885 miles, ww.allohioshows.com $5500. Serious buyers FORD Ranger XLT ’97 o n l y ! 120000mi.,am/fm cas SKUNK BABIES, US- haynes992@live.com Green w/silver detail $2,000 513-515-4031 DA gorgeous colors, descented, $250- Buying Old Motorcycles HONDA Element ’06. 1977 & older. BMW, $300, (513)739-7285 British, Japanese & oth- 65k mi, black, 5 spd, pw/pl, 6 disk CD, good ers. 513-604-1402 cond $11,800 Tom, 730 horses and equipment 513- 266-0086 HONDA CRF80 05 excellent cond. adult Hay & Bedding NISSAN Titan King for sale. Bagged Bed- owned/ridden ridden Cab ’08 long bed, ding Pellets. CC OK. less than 10 hrs. 20K mi. Also ’07 Wholesale pricing 1300.00 (513) 625- short bed, 9500 mi. 1859 Dlvry. 513-967-4700 $17,500. Tom 513-266-0086

HORSE BOARDINGFull/partial/self care, KAWASAKI ZX14 ’06. TOYOTA Tacoma ’93turn-out/round pen, Ninja, Black, 12,000 pickup, 5 spd, ac, runs great, $2200, WESTIES- AKC/CKC indoor/outdoor, dry mi., Great cond.,new tires . $7500. obo lot for all weather. 513-485-2208 Pups, shots, wrmd, 513-378-8095 East Fork/Amelia, pop, Males & 513-797-6516 Females. $300 940 vans/ 513-876-1488.

YORKIE - AKC pups M $300-F $350. Dad 3lbs. Weened, shots, ready 937-386-0292 No Sun calls.

YORKIE PUPPIES AKC, Adorable 10wks old, 1F & 1M, $400ea 513-328-5861 YORKIE--PUPPIES. blk & gold, chocolate or champaign, Sm. $400-$500. Reg shots, wrm’d. 937-725-9641

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HORSES For Sale - KTM 525SX 03 excel QH Mare, 8 yrs, trail, lent cond. bought new CHRYS TOWN & COUNTRY LXi ’98: $3000obo. 4H, black; TWH Geld- in 2005. never raced 150K mis. 1 owner. Fully ing, 6 yrs, trail, chest- adult owned/ridden maint. 513-476-2481 less than 50 hrs. nut; both gentle with $2900.00. no bad habits; 513Ford ’00. 1 ton, raised (513)625-1859 734-1288 513-490roof, handicap van, 9206 513-734-1288 whlchr lift, 67K mi, Exc TWH, registered, 6 Suzuki Volusia ’03 cond $17,000 obo yr.old. 15.3 H, Bay, gen 513-625-7768 tle, easy keeper, lots of VL800 16K mi, saddlemiles, $1,800. Call 513- bags, sissy bar, V&H 724-2272 pipes,$3500. 513-722-2955 FORD Coach Van ’05; eqpt w/elect wh.chr lift. fully eqpt. Low miles 740 livestock 905 autos 859-282-7776 wanted HONDA ODYSSEY EX-L ’08: 4dr, van, slvr, 22K mis,

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gray lthr, ht’d seats, 6 disc YORKIES-- 2 Male, 8 $1.75 to $2.00 bale. CD in dash & many other wks. AKC puppies. 1st Call 937-386-2308 options. Incredible, well A & A Buys Cars & maint. vehicle. $26,995 513shots. Wormed. Daddy 367-6109 ask for John boats, motors/ Trucks CASH ON weighs 810 equip. THE SPOT 3 lbs. $400. 937-386TOYOTA Sienna ’06 513-720-7982 9990 tint, cd, 25100mi., Bur gundy, $17,500,prvt sell1994 FLING Jet Boat new battery, runs BUYING ALL VEHICLES er 513-237-5191 PUPPIES & great, cd player, trailer Any Cond. Any Year. SUPPLIES 950 automobiles inc. $2,500. Quick Pick Up. Fair for sale YOUR NEW 513-259-1837 PRICE. CASH on the PUPPY Spot 513-662-4955 ACURA TSX ’04. OPEN 7 DAYS.

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ADOPT a cat from Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary. All cats spay/neut, vet chk, UTD shots, app, & donation req’d, inc car rier and microchip, Saturdays & by appt, David 513-379-2812 safehavenohio.org

Private Dock Space w/ownership. Starting @ $487/yr, incl wtr, elec, wifi, ice, pump out facilities, party room, bath/showers 513-398-2327 or 513-871-OHIO

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rv’s, campers, FORD F700 ’87 14’ Stake Audi A4 3.2 Quatro ’07 820 trailers body dump, gas, 2spd Warranty til 2013.

trans, runs good, under TITAN ’09. 22’ touring CDL, $4200. 513-321-3030 coach by GWV, tows 7500 lbs, $101,900. 930 antique and 513-673-5679, www. collector cars greatwestvans.com BUYING ANY OLD WELLS Cargo - Trail- CARS CLASSIC er 02 6’X12’ Red Sport ANTIQUE Pkg. 1 axel w/brakes, ’30-’40-50-60-70s E-track, alarm, cabi- Running/not 403-7386 nets. Exc. cond. $2500.00 CHEV CAMARO ’69 513-575-4374 Yenko Clone 396

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from Heartt Animal Refuge. Spayed/ neutered, vaccinated. Application & donation required. Thurs 6-8p Sat & Sun 11-2. Sharonville 513-368-4568

HIMALAYAN/Persian kittens, CFA, 1st 810-950 WITHAMSVILLE-7/17 shots, vet ck, hlth & 7/18 9-2, Furn, toys, guar 513-683-1866. Recreational light fixtures, Xmas, pawprintscattery.com Airplanes 860 misc. 848 Fayebanks. KITTENS/CATSBoats/Motors/Equipt. 810 9 wks & up, fixed, shots, vet chkd, box RV’s, Campers, Trailers 820 WITHAMSVILLE- 858 trained, $40 each, Off-Road Vehicles 830 Shayler Rd .Fri 7/17 & Sat 7/18 ; 9am-3pm. baby items, $60/2, 513-351-9957 Motorcycles 850 baby girl clothes, adult clothes & misc. Syrus radio & RAGDOLLSAutomotive boom box New.Household TICA reg, 1 M, 1 F items. ready now, $450 obo Antique/Collector Cars 930 513-738-1456. Autos Wanted 905 adorablecritters.com Automobile Lease 945 To place your Automobile Loans 943 WITHAMSVILLEAutomobile for Sale 950 Thurs, Fri & Sat Parts, Repairs, Accs. 910 July 16, 17 & 18 9am-3pm Trucks/Rent, Lease 915 ad call 3877 DIECKMAN 513.242.4000 Truck, Tractor/Trailer 920 Commercial Vehicles 922 LANE Something Trucks/ SUV’s 935 for Everyone! Vans/Mini-Vans 940 If we ain’t got it you Utility Trailers 902 don’t need it!

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Sport Sedan. 69K, lthr, snrf, navig, backup camera/ alert, ext. wrnty (TLC) -97K Exc Ford F350 ’97 - 4x4, auto cnd., Best offer over w/ Meyers Pro Plow, runs $13,950. 513-247good, new trans, AC,. 1737 / 608-1111 commercial 922 vehicles

gray, xenons, all options 17000 mi., well maint loaded $24,900 513-607-1269

BEETLE ’02 White, 4cyl 2.0 L, 53,928 miles, 5 spd automatic, great shape-very clean 6580 (513)9106161

Big Blk, Hgr Orng Show qlty. $39,500, BMW 325is ’92. 513-404-6211 Burgundy, auto, 108K mi., $3500. 513CHEV CHEVELLE SS ’66. 138 car, 221-8236 NUMBERS B M W 528i ’97. E x c MATCHING cond, blk/blk, auto, cd, 396 V8, 360hp, 135K mi., 4-spd, bucket seats, loaded, $7995. 513-608-7136 $32,000 /obo. 513-947-8637 BMW 740 iL ’96. snrf, tint, cd, lthr

102,000mi., Gold, $6,925. CHEV Corvette ’78. 513-295-2391 Silver Anniversary, au to, 82K mi, 2 tops, BUICK LeSabre ’98: runs good, $6600. fully equipt, white, au513-791-5307 to, cass , good cond. $3000. 859-341-8665 CHEV CORVETTE ’85 Red on Red, 4spd w/OD, BUICK LESABRE LTD BOSE, 350ci, Runs & ’99; 3.8, lthr, p/seats, Looks Good. 22K mi. CD, cass, keyless, al$10,000. 937-695-9948 loy whls, super clean. $4375. 513-774-9767 CHEV CORVETTE & COLLECTIBLE CARS WANTED Private Owners Only. 513-608-8121 CAD De Elegance ’98.

Chev Corvette ZR1 ’90 Fully equipped, 1 own 63mm throttle body, er, 72K mi, SHARP! $10,000/obo. ported heads, 25k mi. 513-732-1276 perform chip 450hp $29,000 937.695.9948 CAD Eldorado ’98. Sandstone, 78K ac CHEV Monte Carlo ’84. 35k actual miles, blue, tual miles, brakes & all original, no rust, like tires good. 1 driver. new cond, 513-248-0460 $5000 cash 513-675-2830 CHEVMonte Carlo ’84 No rust, 70K , 305 V8, new batt, starter & tie FORD Crown Vic ’99rods, gar kept, $4400. pwr seats & windows, cd, V8, auto, ac, 513-899-4199 $1950, 513-485-2208

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2004 TOYOTA SIENNA LE 4 DR VAN BALI BLUE L88955A...... $9,997 2006 HONDA ACCORD EX CERT 4 DR GREY LT2231........ $18,995 2008 TOYOTA COROLLA LE 4 DR BLACK L89017A............. $13,388 2006 HONDA ACCORD LX CERT V6 4 DR GOLD L10982A $18,995 2006 HONDA ACCORD LX SE CERT 4 DR WHITE LT2149. . $13,995 2008 MAZDA 5 TOURING 5 DR GREY LT2223.................... $18,995 2006 HONDA CIVIC LX CERTIFIED 4 DR SILVER LT2221....... $13,995 2006 TOYOTA SIENNA LE 4 DR VAN WHITE L10749A....... $18,995 2007 SATURN SKY CONV’T BLACK LT2188............................... $14,887 2006 HONDA ODYSSEY EX-L CERT 4 DR VAN GREY LT2230. . $24,995 2006 HONDA CIVIC EX CERTIFIED CPE RED LT2195............ $14,888 2008 CHEVY1500 SILVERADO LT 4X4 CREW CAB BLACK LT2175A.. $26,178

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2008 CHEVROLET HHR LT FULL POWER, FACTORY WARRANTY, NOT A MISPRINT! #98143.................................. $13,443

1999 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER

2007 DODGE CALIBER RT ONLY 11K MILES, LIKE NEW, EASY ON GAS!, #98133.................................................. $13,551 2005 LINCOLN LS V8, ONLY 30K MILES, LEATHER, LUXURY PLUS, #96021-1......................................................... $13,828 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING TOURING EDITION, LOADED, ONLY 13K, WHY BUY NEW?, #98169..............................$13,999

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL! VALUE RATED!

2000 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB SLT, SPORT, FULL POWER, GREAT SHAPE! #98122-2................... $5,472

2006 CHRYSLER 300C BLACK, POWER SUNROOF, LEATHER, ALL THE TOYS! #98179.......................................... $18,921 2005 MERCEDES BENZ 320 LOADED, ONLY 52K, ONE OWNER, LOOK! #98199................................................... $19,993 2006 DODGE CHARGER RT ONLY 20K MILES, INFERNO RED, SUNROOF, NICE! #98140...................................... $20,333 2007 FORD MUSTANG GT BLUE, LOOKS FASTS JUST SITTING STILL! #98135....................................................... $20,721 30 TRUCKS & SUVs TO CHOOSE FROM! TRUCKS & SUVs OVER

2007 HUMMER H3 4X4 STK #98168-1

ONLY 24K MILES, LOADED, SHARP!

2003 FORD F150 SUPER CAB 2WD 6 CYL, ONLY 57,000 MILES, EXTRA CLEAN #98123-1................................... $7,981 2003 CHEV 1500 EXT CAB SILVERADO W7, AUTO, A/C, ONLY 57K MILES, EXTRA CLEAN #94006-2...................... $9,996 2005 DODGE RAM 1500 REG CAB SLT LOADED, EXTRA CLEAN, SHARP!, #98195............................................. $11,999 2005 DODGE DURANGO 4X4 SLT, ONLY 21K MILES, TRAILER TOW #98182........................................................$12,997 2007 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT PKG FULL POWER, REG CAB, V8, 33K MILES, #98146...........................................$13,333 2005 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB ONLY 23K MILES, SLT, V8, TRAILER TOW, NONE NICER #98185.................... $13,521 2007 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 SPORT PACKAGE, ONLY 18K MILES, WHY BUY NEW? #98192........................................ $13,729 2007 DODGE NITRO 4X4 SXT FULL POWER, ONLY 23K, NOT A MISPRINT $AVE #98186......................................$13,982 2007 DODGE 1500 2WD REG CAB, SLT, FULL POWER, LONG BED, ONLY 17K MILES #98136................................ $13,999 2006 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 LAREDO PKG, FULL POWER, ONLY 33K MILES, #98090...............................$14,711 2006 DODGE DURANGO 4X4 SLT PKG, LOADED, 4.7 V8, ONLKY 30K MILES #98114......................................... $14,996

2005 MERCEDES 320

LOADED, ONLY 52K MILES

STK #98199

2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 13-14K MILES, TWO TO CHOOSE FROM, FACT WARR, #98171.98172.......... $18,460 2007 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 X PKG FAUTO, AIR, HARD TOP, ONLY 23K MILES #98176........................................ $19,990

! LOADED

2007 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD 4X4 SLT, BIG HORN, 20’ WHLS, LIKE NEW! ONLY 17K MILES #98120................ $20,877

VANS

OVER 25 VANS TO CHOOSE FROM!

2003 DODGE CARAVAN SXT QUAD SEATS, EXTRA CLEAN! #93034-1..................................................................... $6,995 2004 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE LOADED, ONLY 55K MILES #88165-1........................................................... $8,999 2005 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT TV/DVD, READY FOR SUMMER VACATION, #93038-1..................................$9,828 2006 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT FULL POWER, STOW-N-GO, NOT A MISPRINT! #98193.............................. $12,998 2007 GRAND CARAVANT SXT GOLD, V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, STEREO, CD, STOW-N-GO #98157.......................... $14,998

AUTOMOTIVE

Conveniently located 10 Minutes from Anderson Towne Center at 1065 Ohio Pike – Just 3 Miles East of I-275, Exit #65 HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9-8:30 • Friday 9-6 • Saturday 9-5:30 WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

75

71

Beechmont Ave/Ohio Pike 275

KIDD JJOE OE K IDD X OHIO RIVER

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

VALUE RATED!

513-752-1804 www.joekidddodge.com

19,991

$

WHY BUY NEW?

2006 GRAND CARAVAN SXT MAGNES, V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, STEREO, CD, CRUISE, TILT, STOW #98154...........$12,995

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

2007 DODGE DAKOTA QUAD 4X4 SXT FULL POWER, TRAILER TOW, SHARP! #98191....................................... $17,929

20,936

$

VALUE RATED!

WHY BUY NEW?

ONE OF A KIND, ONLY 48K MILES, LOADED! #98189.................. $4,993

WHY BUY NEW?

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

2000 PLYMOUTH BREEZE

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

2009 FORD MUSTANG COUPE FULL POWER, 19K MILES, FACTORY WARR, #98132............................................$16,999

6 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOOK! #930641............................................. $4,222

VALUE RATED!

1999 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CONT GS SPYDER FULL POWER, ONLY 52K, #98147.............................................. $9,496

2007 DODGE CALIBER SE PLUS FULL POWER, STEREO, CD, LOCAL TRADE! #981541........................................... $9,333

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WHY BUY NEW?

2007 CHEVROLET COLBALT L/S STICK, AIR, ONLY 16K, EASY ON GAS! #98170.................................................... $9,491

GREAT BUDGET BUYS!

OVER 35 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!

2007 JEEP COMMANDER SPORT PKG, 4.7 V8,FULL POWER, ONLY 22K #98130................................................... $16,999

VALUE RATED!

- Community Classified

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

JOE KIDD AUTOMOTIVE ER

20056 DODGE CHARGER SXT ONLY 25K MILES, FULL POWER, WHY BUY NEW??, #98179................................... $14,921

WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

VALUE RATED!

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

VALUE RATED!

WHY BUY NEW?

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VALUE RATED!

WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

WHY BUY NEW?


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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

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

$14 995

THE ALL NEW

THE ALL NEW

SALE PRICE FORD FACTORY REBATE

#90158

TOTAL TOTAL PRICE PRICE

$14,495

SALE PRICE FORD FACTORY REBATE

-$2,500

$11,995

#9176

TOTAL TOTAL PRICE PRICE

#90150

THE ALL NEW V8 • AUTOMATIC

$19,950 -$2,500

$17,,450

#9184

TOTAL TOTAL PRICE PRICE

SALE PRICE FORD FACTORY REBATE

$20,495

-$2,500

$17,995

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

4X4

LOADED!

#8604A

ZX2

$18,995 $20,995 $17,995 $9,995 $8,495 $7,995

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Northeast

- Community Classified

D7

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


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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

$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

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

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Simple summer spruce-ups Summer is in full swing. Here are some simple, affordable ideas to spruce up your living space.

Fun way to stay fit

Find out why pools and hot tubs aren’t just a fun investment, but a healthy one.

Editor’s note

Hello and welcome to the July issue of Creative Living. This month our cover feature highlights our Senior Living section. This section is full of information about wonderful living options available to seniors. There’s also a good article on how to stay fit – just by swimming or soaking in the hot tub! In addition, you’ll read about some neat ways to spruce-up your home for summer. There’s also some good information on local businesses and a feature on a local author. In this issue you’ll find everything you need to have a safe, enjoyable summer.

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Departments Home 3 At Decor • Repair

Business 10 Local Restaurants • Specialty Shops

Living 4 Senior Health • Residence

& Fitness 11 Health Mind • Body • Spirit

Good 10 Looking Hair • Skin

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Fabulous floors

Freshening floors doesn’t have to be an expensive or time-consuming task. Carpets will benefit from a simple deep cleaning – something you should be doing seasonally anyway to preserve their beauty and extend their usable lives. For tile, stone or hardwoods, follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for cleaning and maintenance and make the process part of your seasonal cleaning routine. Another great way to dress up floors, either indoors or out, is to add a splash of color with an area rug.

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Walls are the largest space element in your room decor, and brightening them for the season can be as easy as switching out the artwork or adding a fresh coat of paint. Start with a neutral wall

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Outdoor lifestyle

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dding a deck is like adding a whole new room to your home. So, like any other room, you want it to be unique and fit your household needs. Doss Contracting LCC specializes in designing and building sturdy and unique decks for your home and around your hot tub or swimming pool. A member of the Better Business Bureau, Doss Contracting LCC can come to your home and give you a free estimate. Owner Neil Doss recommends that homeowners choose composite

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shade and add color with wall art that fits your mood, taste and the season for which you’re decorating. Summer is also a great time to add a decorative mirror, since drapes and windows are often open to welcome in the sunlight and bright sky. Adding a mirror on the wall opposite a window is a great way to reflect sunlight throughout the room and make a small space appear more expansive.

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lovernook provides quality nursing care and rehabilitation, as well as one of the most progressive, effective wound care centers in the Tristate. Clovernook is nestled into six park-like acres in the residential neighborhood of North College Hill and its caring professional staff is dedicated to serving the needs of the residents and their families. The Progressive Wound Centre was

opened in 2004, due to Clovernook’s successes in healing vascular, venous, diabetic, surgical, pressure and complex wounds. The Progressive Wound Centre team uses state-ofthe-art products and innovative treatments. With quality care, careful monitoring, and a unified team approach, the professionals at The Progressive Wound Centre advance healing in dramatic ways.

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The Progressive Wound Centre is like no other in the region! All rehabilitation therapies – physical, occupational, speech, respiratory, and recreational – are available to their residents. Clovernook is Medicaid and Medicare certified and provides private pay, as well as some private insurances. They provide long-term and short-term care, and skilled and intermediate care.

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electing a senior community for a parent or loved one can be an overwhelming task. There are a wide variety of choices and it’s best to spend some time understanding your options before making a choice. Your first step should be to learn the terminology. The types of services and acronyms in retirement communities are often confusing to consumers. It helps make your decision-making process easier if you understand the terms used by industry professionals before you head out. Refer to the www.icargiver.org Web site to learn all of the industry vocabulary. Next, do some research on what type of facility you will want to tour. Are you looking for full nursing care or assisted living? Or are you looking for independent living with the option for more care in the future?

Once you have narrowed these options, it’s time to take the tour. To get started, call the marketing office and schedule a time to meet with a community representative. Try to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time so that you are able to observe what is going on before your guided tour. Be prepared to take notes and ask plenty of questions. Once the tour is complete, ask to sit down with the marketing representative to go over your questions that were not addressed during the tour. Refer to www.aahsa.org for consumer tips and advice when choosing a

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provider for senior services. After your tour, compare what you liked and disliked about the community. Look at

you need before making it. Llanfair Retirement Community is one of 11 communities owned and operated by

“Llanfair Retirement Community is one of 11 communities owned and operated by Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Since 1922, OPRS has defined the highest standards of quality …” competing communities and their pricing structure. Remember to visit several facilities and visit the ones you liked best at different times of the day and on the weekend. Listen to your gut! Your impressions will be strong. This is a very important decision, insist that you get all of the information

Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Since 1922, OPRS has defined the highest standards of quality of life for older adults. For more information on Llanfair Retirement Community, call Kimberly Yerkes, Director of Marketing, at 591-4567.

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L I V I N G she gets to remain in her own home, what she feels is a very important thing “simply because I love my home,” she says. “It’s a comforting place – a jolly good comforting place.” “Jolly good” she says because of the wonderful people who’ve visited her through Family Bridges Home Care. “The (caregivers) are very giving, nice, and thoughtful,” she says. “That means a lot.” Gargunkel says the relationship between caregivers and clients is

there’s a tremendos need for this type of care, as well as, tremendous competition,” Garfnkel says. “We offer the higehst quality of services and do that by hiring expereienced caregivers and even allow our clients to interview them. “At the end of the day we are a service company – we try in everything we do to make sure our clients have a postive experience.” For more information on Family Bridges Home Care call 531-9600 or 5310048 and visit www.fam-

“The mission of Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. is to be a growing provider of outstanding facilities and services for the aging within the triState area which allows those we serve to thrive in a safe, stimulating, and dignified environment,” says Community Director Becky Schulte.”

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very important to Family Bridges Home Care. “It can be difficult to invite a stranger in your home,” Garfunkel explains. “We try to manage the situation in such away that our caregivers become like family – someone they look forward to seeing and who enhances their quality of life.” That’s what caregiver Kathy Freeman likes best about her work. “The thing I enjoy most about my job is the one-on-one time I get to spend with the person I’m caring for,” says Freeman. “I worked in a nursing care facility and wasn’t able to do that there, like I can with Family Bridges Home Care. “We operate in an evnioronment where

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hen it comes to choosing where you’re going to live during your retirement years the options are now boundless!

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For many there’s still no place like home. That’s why for seven years, Family Bridges Home Care, formerly Visiting Angels, has been providing Southwest Ohio residents with assisted living and senior home care services. “We help individuals remain in their homes as indpendently and as safe as possible bry providing non-medical health care,” says Mike Garfunkel administrator of the privately owned company. Caregivers provide help with meal preparation, transportation, personal care, medicine reminders, light housekeeping, and companionship. “It’s all the comforts of home without the risk to your health,” says Garfunkel. For Anna Graham, a 3-year client, Family Bridges Home Care is a double blessing. One,

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For those looking for a new start there’s many wonderful opportunities offered through retirement communities such as Maple Knoll Village. Maple Knoll Village is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 160 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 54-acre campus, our community offers 149 cottages, 89 apartments, 60 assisted living apartments and a184-bed skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center. “The mission of Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. is to be a growing provider of outstanding

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facilities and services for the aging within the triState area which allows those we serve to thrive in a safe, stimulating, and dignified environment,” says Community Director Becky Schulte. According to Schulte it is important to provide a variety of living options to older adults because everyone has different likes and dislikes. “We believe that you should make this move and change your address, not your lifestyle,” she says. “We want to offer all the facilities, amenities and services to make this time in life the easiest and most fun possible.” Joan Reckseit who has lived in the newly-built Kensington Place, Maple Knoll’s new deluxe apartment complex, since last October, says moving was one of the best decisions she has made. “There are a number of things that I enjoy here,” she says. “They have a large variety of activities (on and off campus), enough to suit anyone’s pace.” She loves the opportunity to meet new people too. “I still have my old friends and I’ve made many new friends,” she says. “I enjoy my new friends. The people here are very friendly and easy to get to know.” She also loves her apartment – the “grand” view of a pond; the floor plan she picked herself; and the location. For more information on Maple Knoll Village call 782-2400 or visit www.mapleknoll.org.

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sk someone what comes to mind when they think of a traditional nursing home and descriptions like “institutional, impersonal, and hospital-like,” are often mentioned. In the past there were no alternative models available for people in Cincinnati, but that has now changed dramatically. Imagine a nursing home where you feel like you are at home and not in a home; where you are on your own schedule just like you’ve always been. Where maintaining dignity is among the highest priorities and the skilled nursing care and therapy are second to none. Imagine a nursing home that doesn’t look or feel like one. Where there are no nurses’ stations or medicine carts, but rather a hearth room, open kitchen, den, and “spa.” If that sounds like the nursing home of the future, it is and there is one opening this summer right here in Cincinnati. Nestled off Erie Avenue on the Deupree House retirement community campus close to Hyde Park are The Deupree Cottages, which were just built on two

acres of land. It is a “person-centered care” facility for seniors that takes an entirely different approach to care-giving for elders. “‘Person-centered care’ is both a state of mind and a statement of design,” explains Laura Lamb, vice president of residential housing and health care for Episcopal Retirement Homes. “It’s a philosophical approach to retirement community care that honors and respects the voice of elders and those working closest with them. It involves a continuing process of listening, trying new things, seeing how they

Fact about the Deupree Cottages • Located at 3999 Erie Ave. in Oakley, Deupree Cottages sit on 2.1 acres that border the popular Deupree House retirement community. • Deupree Cottages are made up of two households, each home to 12 seniors. Each cottage includes two suites, perfect for couples or for individuals preferring more personal space. • Services and capabilities include 24-hour supportive care; skilled nursing services, including short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, and physical, occupational, and

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speech therapy; a chaplaincy program; and wellness initiatives, including access to a heated, indoor therapy pool and fitness equipment at Deupree House. • Owned and operated by Episcopal Retirement Homes which for more than 50 years has been a not-for-profit, financially sound organization dedicated to improving the lives of older adults through innovative, quality living environments and older adult services delivered by highly experienced and deeply committed professionals.

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There’s a front door with a doorbell, and the windows actually open. The cottages will serve two separate households with 10 bedrooms and two suites, each with its own bathroom. “I don’t define your purpose, and you don’t define mine,” Lamb says of the Deupree Cottages’ philosophy. She hastens to add that residents will dictate the rhythm of life and it’s they who will pursue what’s meaningful to them, choosing from a blank canvas of possibilities. Whether it’s involvement in work, and changing things in an an organization, practicing a effort to individualize care and hobby or spending time with a de-institutionalize the environfamily member, it’s the senior ment. “We’re extremely excited about who will choose. Lamb says ERH built the the Deupree Cottages because we facility not just to be different, will be the first person-centered but also to make a difference for care facility in Cincinnati,” Lamb says. “It’s all about creating a cul- seniors and their families. It’s all ture that restores freedom, choice about nursing care and a caregiver philosophy that puts freedom and purpose to our elders.” and choice of the senior before all The cottages, which offer 24else – before schedules, before hour nursing care, will create efficiency, before even the perfreedom from the culture of “institutionalized” nursing facil- ceived limits of practicality. The result is a real, shared household ities, or nursing facilities with rigid schedules that are too simi- to serve the consumer. The day’s activities reflect the lar to hospitals, Lamb notes. whims and desires of the people; “When schedule takes over, a staff professionals are merely home becomes an artificial home, an institution,” she adds. committed to facilitating the senOne example, she points out, iors’ daily rituals and routines, as is that Deupree Cottages will not well as their spontaneous wishes. There are no regimens or regihave medicine carts rolling ments. through the aisles. Instead, all The attitude and culture at residents will have a medicine Deupree Cottages is all about cabinet, just like they would hope, impulse, freedom and comhave had in their home (nurses, fort of life, making life worth livhowever, will keep the key to ing and living well. By purpose, the cabinet, in order to observe the staff intends seniors to “mainstate law). tain a meaningful life.” “We put a lot of time into the In a sense, the Deupree physical design, and stressed that this can’t look like a nursing Cottages are all about creating a home,” Lamb says. There are all peaceful environment, or “sanctuary,” Lamb concludes. “They’re private bedrooms, a cozy firenot living in our facility; we’re place in the hearth room, and a working in their home.” community kitchen for enterFor more information, contact taining guests. A library is Emerson Stambaugh at 561-6363 stocked with traditional reading materials, as well as health-relat- or estambaugh@erhinc.com, or visit www.deupreecottages.com. ed and wellness publications.

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pscale services at an affordable price and in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere is what Bushwackers Salon is all about. The salon offers not only hairstyling services but spa needs including facials, manicures, pedicures, and waxing. Bushwackers has been in business over 18 years and welcomes men, women and children. Owner and stylist Lisa Busch-Tomes, along with her professional staff, have years of experience and specialize in healthy, shiny hair. “Summer we see a lot of sun- and swim-damaged hair,” notes Tomes.

Bushwackers can suggest and carries great products that can keep your hair looking healthy throughout the summer. They are a Redken Salon, professional products recognized for incredible results and extensive education. Recently, a Redken International Performing Artist, George Garcia, visited Bushwackers Salon for a hands-on color class. This is one of the many ways the service providers at Bushwackers stay current on trends. Check them out on Facebook for more details and current specials. Bushwackers also has some great ways to reces-

sion proof your budget. They offer retail specials on different Redken products all the time. And their growing staff of three new stylists – Abbey Horton, Brittiny Drew, and Jen Prus – are offering up to 50 percent off on the price of most services. They offer convenient evening and weekend hours and are open six days a week. Bushwackers team of stylists suggests customers book far in advance for back-toschool appointments, manicures and pedicures. Call 245-0555 or stop in at 6404 Cheviot Road in White Oak to make an appointment.

Local man publishes book W hen you’re writing to make people think or change their attitude, you’re making a difference in the world. That’s according to Rome Hughes, author of, “East of Cincinnati, North and South of Nowhere,” published by Xlibris. And that’s just what he hopes to do with his story about the devastating murder of a homosexual man, inspired by actual events in Hughes’ own community. The names of characters and the actual location have been changed. Hughes says his book, for adults, gives insight into the prejudice and injustice plaguing our daily lives. “Hopefully when people read the story they’ll understand what people

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wimming pools and hot tubs are just plain fun, but many people overlook the health benefits. Just about anyone, regardless of age or physical condition, can gain health benefits from swimming. Swimming as a regular form of exercise can cut males’ risk of death by 50 percent as compared to runners, walkers and those with a sedentary lifestyle, according to a recent study by Dr. Steven N. Blair of the Arnold School for Public Health at the University of South Carolina. Blair found similar health and fit-

ness 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,

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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 lower your blood pressure and decrease joint pain and swelling. Additionally, the combination of heat, buoyancy and massage in a hot tub can provide therapeutic benefits for those with arthritis, diabetes, insomnia and more. A recent study supervised by the Foundation for Physical Therapy and funded in part by

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the Hot Tub Council of the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals found 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.

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