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Vegas comes to Loveland just in time for Halloween Chuck Gibson Special to Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Loveland school kids in need gather for help at the NEST Community Learning Center afterschool program which beneﬁts from the Kids Ninja Charity Challenge Saturday, Oct. 13. CHUCK GIBSON/FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
‘Nati Ninja’ designs race for Kids Ninja Charity Challenge Chuck Gibson Special to Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Ninja warriors will descend upon Symmes Township Park in Loveland on Saturday, Oct. 13, for the second annual Kids Ninja Charity Challenge to support NEST Community Learning Center. Local educator Evangeline “Van” DeVol founded NEST to provide sound Nutrition and targeted Education in a Safe neighborhood environment that will
Transform the outcome of at-risk schoolage children. Over the past three years, the program has served school kids throughout Loveland who are at risk and living in suburban poverty conditions. Tony and Emily Moran were introduced to NEST during a talk by DeVol at St. Columban parish in Loveland. They volunteered to join a committee to help develop an annual fundraiser. The family enjoys watching the popular television show "American Ninja
Warrior" and Tony suggested a ninja race would be popular. They organized the ﬁrst Kids Ninja Charity Challenge one year ago. It exceeded any expectations. “I think we hoped for 100 kids and we ended up with over 500 kids – 570 kids,” said Emily Moran. “It was great, it was a huge success. It was great for NEST.”
Place your bets everyone ... on another fun night in the heart of Loveland. Just in time for Halloween, Loveland’s Little Vegas is set for Saturday, Oct. 27, all around the new and renewed shops and restaurants of beautiful historic Loveland. Teams of four players each will be given a set amount of “play money” to gamble on traditional Vegas games like blackjack, roulette, three card poker and others. Event organizer Doug Portmann promises more than one twist for the players – all of whom must be over 21. “There will be fun things outside your traditional games of chance,” said Portmann. “There’ll be things like rockpaper-scissors, things like war, pick-anumber and more hilarious games.” Players will bet their fake money at the revitalized shops and eateries like Alley Boutique, Cincy Shirts, Magnolia’s, Plaid Records, Jack Rabbit, Lyle’s, Bishop’s Quarter, Tano’s, Ramsey’s, The Works, Loveland Sweets, and Paxton’s all around Loveland. There have been a lot of changes in Loveland since the same group organized “Lovelandopoly” in 2016. Besides the renewal, a lot of new businesses have opened. “It’s a nice chance for people who were here last time to reintroduce themselves to all the businesses that have opened up down there,” Portmann said. See VEGAS, Page 1A
See NINJA, Page 1A
Soft Surroundings comes to Rookwood Commons Jennie Key Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
A store familiar to online and catalog shoppers opened this week in Rookwood Commons. Soft Surroundings, a luxury lifestyle retailer featuring products that are soft to the touch, opened its fourth store in Ohio and its ﬁrst in Cincinnati. Its address is 2671 Edmondson Road, Space 110. Jim Manno, a store spokesman, said one big advantage the stores have over the catalog is that the apparel tempts you to run your hands over it. "It's really touchable and soft," he said. So soft, items in the catalogs include cloud ratings. Most of the apparel and home goods are designed exclusively by or for the brand. The beauty department will feature complimentary cosmetic and skincare consultations as well as regular beauty events. Some shoppers may pick up on a Coldwater Creek vibe in the store. It's not your imagination. Robin Sheldon, founder, and vice chairman of Soft Surroundings, is a former vice president of merchandising for Coldwater Creek. Coldwater Creek closed its Cincinnati stores in 2014.
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The focus is on the new and renewed in downtown Historic Loveland during the Halloween Edition of Loveland's Little Vegas Saturday, Oct. 27. CHUCK GIBSON/FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
Junior newspaper carriers needed Soft Surroundings offers clothing, cosmetics, bath products, bedding and even furniture through stores, online shopping and catalogs. JENNIE KEY/THE ENQUIRER
But Manno says Soft Surroundings is unique, oﬀering furnishings, cosmetics, bedding and "at home" collections in addition to clothing. The store is near Sur La Table in the space formerly occupied by Ann Taylor. The apparel, beauty and home décor
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The Vegas gaming goes 6:30-8 p.m. Whether you played it safe or took the risks, what you won or lost will be tallied up and valuable gift cards await the top three teams with the most money at the end. Get rich or go broke, there’s still plenty more fun with the costume contest sponsored by the Little Miami River Chamber Alliance. “I like creativity,” said Cee Cee Collins, chamber CEO and president. “I think we’ll see the showgirl outﬁts, Sinatra, Elvis, Vegas marriage couples, the Wedding Chapel.” Everyone will have to go through the “Chamber Chapel” over by the fountain to show oﬀ their creative costume. Once the top gamblers have been awarded, the top three costumes will be judged by the chamber and win valuable gift cards. The key is fun and laughter to go along with the Loveland’s Little Vegas theme for the night.
‘If somebody really wants to go for it, we’re gonna look for Vegas-oriented costumes,” Collins said. “It’s about Vegas and it’s about Loveland’s Little Vegas.” Then everyone can mix and mingle while they enjoy food and beer tasting with open container in eﬀect and the return of the band Counting Skeletons. “We’re very excited. There seems to be a nice buzz among the participating businesses; they’re excited to show oﬀ what they have,” said Portmann. “Come down and see the great places Loveland has. Come see what a great town it is.”
Loveland's Little Vegas When: 6-11 p.m. Oct. 27 (game 6:30-8 p.m, costume contest follows) Where: Historic Loveland district on West Loveland Avenue Price: $140 ($35/person for a team of four includes tickets for food and beer tasting) Live music by Counting Skeletons. You must be 21 and over to sign up. Learn more and register at: www.halloweenedition.com Jack Rabbit running store is one of the featured "gaming" locations for Loveland's Little Vegas Saturday, Oct. 27. CHUCK
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They achieved the goal of providing funds to sustain NEST programs. “We want this to be our signature fundraiser,” said DeVol. “We would love for it to be as successful as last year.” The money helps provide Chromebooks, internet, Wi-Fi hotspots and calculators to give kids the tools they need to complete schoolwork. Other items include sports equipment because physical activity correlates to a healthy body and mind along with the nutritious supplies like fresh fruit, soup and water. It may be the only nutritious meal they have that day. “It’s anything you need for a highquality afterschool program,” said DeVol, “except we’re on wheels.” Those wheels need gasoline, insurance and electric. DeVol hopes the event also helps to spread the message why the NEST Community Learning Center is needed in a suburban community like Loveland. She wants people to know poverty is prevalent and growing, not just in Loveland, but in suburban communities all across America. Thus, the Kids Ninja is back for a second year. “Mostly it’s an obstacle course race, everything is in the spirit of the show,” said Emily Moran. “It’s lots of balance and climbing challenges. You’re trying to make it through the obstacle, not fall oﬀ the obstacle, so it’s a challenge.”
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One of many NEST volunteers helps students use Chromebooks – partially funded by the Kids Ninja Charity Challenge – necessary to complete their school work. CHUCK GIBSON/FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
Moran is very grateful to have key support for the event from Jarvis Global and especially excited to have a very special race course designer. “Our race designer is a real 'American Ninja Warrior' contestant,” Moran said. “It’s James Wilson, he’s known on the show as the Nati Ninja. He really intends for it to feel much more like the show, except a kid’s version. Wilson has a ninja gym in Blue Ash (Nati Ninja) and we hope to continue the relationship with him.” While kids can sign up individually, See NINJA, Page 4A
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A crisp fall day calls for hot bowl of gumbo Rita’s Kitchen Rita Heikenfeld
Remember the simple baked chicken recipe I shared last week? Well, I had purchased more chicken than I needed, so I decided to make a quick gumbo soup with the rest of the chicken. This is the gumbo soup I made for years in gargantuan quantities for our Holy Trinity church bazaars. It’s a nice soup for these cooler autumn days. I received an interesting note and recipe from Delhi reader Carol Graham who enjoys making her family’s favorite cucumber salad with a vinegar and sugar dressing. “I think I may have created it. I’ve never seen a recipe for this cucumber dish. It’s a family and potluck favorite,” she said. The difference between Carol’s salad and maybe yours could be that Carol doesn't presoak the cucumbers in salt water, and she ﬁnishes it oﬀ with sour cream. I’m going to make Carol’s version soon. How about you? Let our Community Press family know how it turns out if you do make it. Rita Nader Heikenfeld is an herbalist, educator and author. Find her blog online atAbouteating.com. Email her at rita@com munitypress.com with “Rita’s kitchen” in the subject line.
Chicken gumbo is a nice soup for these cooler autumn days. RITA HEIKENFELD FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
Carol Graham’s cucumber salad
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Carol didn’t specify the kind of vinegar. I would use cider, but clear would work, too.
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Go to taste on ingredients. If you buy broth, make sure it’s real broth, not simply flavored. Or if you want to see me make chicken broth from scratch, check out my Fox 19 segment where I show Frank Marzullo just how to do it.
⁄2 medium onion, sliced and diced
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⁄2 cup vinegar
1 generous pound boneless, skinless chicken, cut into 1⁄2” or so pieces
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1 tablespoon sugar
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Viewpoints Childhood mental health: A crisis in the making Stephanie Book Borden Guest Columnist Community Press
HELLO I remember holding my babies in the hours after they were born, imagining who they would become and what our family might be like. My husband had “the talk” with each of the girls within an hour of arriving earth-side about how boys would walk up to the door, knock and speak to him before picking them up. Never, in a million years, did I imagine myself in the throes of a panic for weeks as one of our beloveds struggled with a mounting mental health crisis. I had no idea that trying to secure urgently needed pediatric mental health care would test the limits of my advocacy skills and my network of resources. Through it all, I had people tell me I was over-reacting. Maybe I was reading her wrong. Perhaps it was just the ADHD and hormones so I just needed to adjust to a new dynamic. All these ways of denying the reality that my child was experiencing a mental health crisis and subtly (or not so subtly) implying that I was too sensitive for this next stage of parenting were as frustrating as, and more cutting than, the lack of available resources.
Data show that 1 in 5 children in the United States experiences a severe mental health issue, but nearly 80 percent do not receive mental health care. Just 15 percent of psychiatrists provide specialized care to children and adolescents while it was projected that the need for pediatric psychiatrists would double between 2000 and 2020. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Ohio is one of many states with a severe shortage of providers. This shortage means it takes an average of more than seven weeks to get an appointment with a psychiatrist. In the midst of a downward spiraling situation, this is an eternity. I am grateful we were eventually able to access to the tremendous resources at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and The Lindner Center. However, the number of children and families who need these providers and programs far outnumber the resources available, so the wait is doubly torturous as you watch your loved one spiral deeper out of control but not quite so dangerous that it merits a visit to the emergency room. In general, I am very careful about how I share our family’s story because it’s not just my story to tell. It involves our entire family, and they get to control how they share their part of it. Other families are protecting the privacy of their loved ones as well and avoid-
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ing the stigma or judgment that can come from unsuspecting corners. Yet, from time to time, there are code words that parents use, and if you are paying attention and respond with a corresponding code word that indicates shared experience, a whole new conversation opens up. Finally, someone who has a clue about the terror and frustration you’ve experienced. Someone who might have a resource to share or a positive story. In many ways, the pediatric mental health crisis is a Gordian Knot of insurance reimbursement – medical school specialty training issues. I don’t see how we can individually create immediate systemic change in the current climate. What we CAN do at an individual level is be kinder to each other. Chances are good that you know a family who has felt the agony of not getting the help their child needs in a timely manner. We can support our friends, neighbors and colleagues who are concerned about their child’s mental health, We can make ourselves safe places for parents to process their experience of parenting during this type of crisis. Stephanie Beck Borden, of Madisonville, is a member of the Enquirer Education and Family Roundtable. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sports SHORT HOPS Shelby Dermer Cincinnati Enquirer
Moeller head coach Doug Rosfeld has his team off to a 5-1 start with four regular season games to play. PHOTOS BY TONY TRIBBLE/FOR THE ENQUIRER
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Cincinnati Enquirer readers voted Moeller High School football as the Ohio Team of the Week, based on votes tallied Sept. 28. Our football teams of the week receive a feature that runs the following week. KENWOOD - Attention to detail has served Doug Rosfeld well. The 1997 Moeller High School grad was a captain for the Crusaders and went on to become a captain at the University of Cincinnati. He eventually came back to Moeller as an oﬀensive line coach under John Rodenberg, coaching with his former head coach Steve Klonne. Rosfeld was part of a Greater Catholic League championship team as a player and part of Moeller's most recent state championships (2012, 2013) as a coach. In 2014, he was hired as director of player development at UC under thencoach Tommy Tuberville and he stayed on for the ﬁrst season of Luke Fickell. When the former Ohio State player and coach starting building his Bearcats, Rosfeld took note. It started with good old-fashioned mental toughness training. Through that came physical toughness and through that came conﬁdence. It can be seen with the success of the Bearcats this season and with Moeller's success under the Friday night lights. Moeller is at 5-1 with four regular season games to play. They're third in the region in computer rankings and just barely out of the state top 10 poll. The ﬁve wins equal what Moeller did in 2015 and are more than what the last two Crusader teams were able to muster. So, what gives? "The new culture that (coach) Rosfeld's brought in has been huge," Moeller starting quarterback Mitch McKenzie said. "The senior leadership is great. I think we've all taken great jumps in the oﬀseason to become great leaders in the weight room, classroom and the ﬁeld." McKenzie was a back-up a year ago when then-starter Miles McBride went down against St. Xavier. McBride rallied back from a leg injury to return for Moeller's state basketball championship run, but has put football aside with a West Virginia basketball oﬀer in his pocket. "Miles came to me at the end of last season and said, 'This is your team now,'" McKenzie said. "Everybody just bought in. Really nobody stayed down and got negative about the next season. We haven't had this feeling of winning games like this for a few years." A Moeller football meeting on Monday, Oct. 1, involved freshmen, JV and varsity. It incorporated prayer, a weekend review, clapping in unison, a fun video, a word of warning about distractions and non-football messages. Much like a college team might do,
❚ Clark Montessori fell to Dayton Christian 21-7 Oct. 5. ❚ Dae’von Bryant ran for four touchdowns in Deer Park’s 42-0 win over Finneytown Oct. 5. ❚ Sycamore fell to 4-3 after a 40-7 loss to Fairﬁeld Oct. 5. ❚ Dimetrius Baylor ran for 132 yards and three touchdowns in Indian Hill’s 62-13 win over Taylor Oct. 5. ❚ Tyrese Dorn ran for 69 yards and a touchdown in Walnut Hills’ 38-16 loss to Kings Oct. 5. ❚ Withrow fell to 1-6 after a 48-6 loss to Milford Oct. 5. ❚ Moeller captured its ﬁrst outright GCL-South championship since 2013 after a 24-21 win over Elder Oct. 5. ❚ Mariemont dropped to 4-3 after a 38-13 loss to Reading Oct. 5. ❚ Wyatt Hudepohl threw three touchdowns and Chris Payne ran for 114 yards and two scores in St. Xavier’s 42-7 win over La Salle Oct. 5. ❚ Madeira fell to Wyoming 70-0 Oct. 5. ❚ Alonzo Motley had a 5-yard TD run and 88-yard TD reception in Summit Country Day’s 28-14 win over MVCA Oct. 5. ❚ Sam Smith had a pair of TD runs in MVCA’s 28-14 loss to Summit Country Day Oct. 5.
Moeller QB Mitch McKenzie throws a pass a game against La Salle last month. McKenzie was a back-up a year ago, but now leads the offense.
the players wrote thank you notes to donors to the school's tuition assistance program. It's a simple act, but a meaningful one to alumni who may be out-ofstate. Rosfeld himself remembers getting similar notes from Moeller players during his UC career, which kept him in touch. It's family football, something a lot of places try to pull oﬀ with varying degrees of success. At Moeller, where the similarities in Fickell and Rosfeld are glaring, it appears to be working. Both Fickell and Rosfeld are Catholic and both have six children. To boot, Fickell's oldest son, Landon Fickell, is a sophomore waiting in the wings at Moeller, so he's probably heard every mantra from Kenwood to Clifton. There's no denying the connection: Both schools run hard, tough out wins and are proving naysayers wrong. "That's a very big compliment. I love the University of Cincinnati and I love it even more with the culture that's down there in place," Rosfeld said. Culture is another trendy football word, but Rosfeld has brought the college focus to the high school game, something that's not lost on future Michigan Wolverine lineman Zach Carpenter. "Our whole oﬀseason, we worked harder than anyone in the state," Carpenter said. "We spent a lot of time conditioning. As the season progresses, we're maintaining our strength, everyone else is decreasing their strength. I think that's what gets us through a lot of our games. I believe it's going to help (at Michigan) a lot." Carpenter likes the oﬀensive lineman
mentality Rosfeld has brought to Moeller. The former center is not afraid to put the game on the shoulders of his big guys. If it works ﬁne; if not, the Crusaders learn from it. Against La Salle, a late 4th and goal failed in regulation, but in overtime, the Moeller line bulldozed a winning hole from hard-running Chrystopher Watkins. Such gutty runs come from early morning cold workouts in winter and the conﬁdence to execute them. "We try to get our guys comfortable with being uncomfortable," Rosfeld said. "We try to get our guys really comfortable at the end. Our game plan is to get it down to the last possession or two. Our guys aren't scared to risk losing in order to win. We think it's to our advantage when adversity comes our way." Defensive back B.J. Hendrix has been an example of that, sealing a win at St. Xavier with a pick six, then preserving the victory the following week by intercepting La Salle's M.J. Horton in the end zone in overtime. "We've won some close ones, lost some close ones and our guys are responding well to the mindset of, 'so what? now what?'" Rosfeld said. "We're really preparing them for living life to the fullest and not being so worried about failing or falling short." It's not ﬂashy, but it's eﬀective as a win over Elder would give Moeller their ﬁrst GCL-South title since 2014 after going 1-8 in the league the previous three seasons. "I don't have a whole lot of ﬂashiness about me," Rosfeld said chuckling.
❚ Sycamore senior Helen Sotropa fell 6-1, 6-0 to Mason’s Ananya Aggarwal in the Greater Miami Conference ﬁrst singles championship Sept. 29. Sycamore’s Natasha Singh-Amanda Wilson fell in the GMC ﬁrst doubles championship and Abby Pescovitz-Sanjana Mahesh bowed in the GMC second doubles championship. Sycamore blanked Springboro 5-0 Oct. 2. ❚ Indian Hill fell to Oakwood 3-2 Oct. 1. Indian Hill blanked Madeira 5-0 in the OTCA State Team Tournament Oct. 4. ❚ Summit Country Day edged Seven Hills 3-2 Oct. 1. ❚ St. Ursula handled Walnut Hills 4-1 Oct. 2 to improve to 12-8. ❚ Mariemont moved to 13-3 after blanking Kings 5-0 Oct. 2. ❚ Ursuline handled Turpin 4-1 in the OTCA State Team Tournament Oct. 4.
Boys Soccer ❚ Cal Collins had a three-save shutout in Moeller’s 0-0 draw with St. Charles Prep Sept. 29. Parker Grinstead found the net in Moeller’s 1-1 draw with La Salle Oct. 2. ❚ Corben Shoemaker, Kyle Croll and Luke Brothers found the net in Mariemont’s 3-1 win over Oakwood Sept. 29. ❚ Luke Lundberg found the net in Indian Hill’s 2-1 loss to Taylor Sept. 29. Josh Freeman had a hat trick and Krew Verratti and Caleb Tan scored two goals each in the Braves’ 11-0 win over Deer Park Oct. 2. ❚ CHCA bowed to La Salle 3-1 Sept. 29. ❚ William Hawgood scored twice in Seven Hills’ 4-0 win over Madeira Oct. 1. Seven Hills moved to 10-1-1 after a 1-1 draw with Cincinnati Country Day Oct. 4. ❚ Withrow handled Mt. Healthy 7-1 Oct. 1. ❚ Sycamore fell to 3-2-1 in the GMC after a 6-3 loss to Oak Hills Oct. 2. ❚ St. Xavier moved to 8-3-3 after a 4-2 win over Elder Oct. 2. ❚ Dylan Thompson found the net in Cincinnati Country Day’s 1-1 tie with Seven Hills Oct. 4. See SHORT HOPS, Page 2B
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❚ Sydney Tritsch scored twice in Mariemont’s 4-0 win over McNicholas Sept. 29. Ericka Dewey and Maddie Hartman combined for a two-save shutout as the Warriors improved to 63-2. Mariemont fell to Wyoming 4-1 Oct. 3. ❚ Anna Podojil recorded her 100th career goal after a hat trick in Indian Hill’s 9-0 win over New Richmond Sept. 29. Ellie Podojil also scored three goals in the Braves’ ninth victory of the season. Anna Podojil found the net in Indian Hill’s 2-1 loss to Summit Country Day Oct. 1. Anna Podojil had a hat trick in Indian Hill’s 6-0 win over Deer Park Oct. 3. ❚ Priya Jenkins scored twice in Seven Hills’ 3-2 win over Miami Valley School Sept. 29. ❚ Avery Lee scored two goals in Mount Notre Dame’s 2-0 win over East Central Sept. 29. MND moved to 6-1-1 in the GGCL after a 1-1 tie with St. Ursula Oct. 3.
❚ Lawson Renie scored twice in Cincinnati Country Day’s 6-1 win over Newport Central Catholic Oct. 1. Kate Brock had a hat trick in CCD’s 7-2 win over Seven Hills Oct. 3. ❚ Mia Wyrick scored a pair of goals in Madeira’s 4-0 win over Seven Hills Oct. 1. ❚ Summit Country Day moved to 9-2 after a 2-1 win over Indian Hill Oct. 1. ❚ Laney Huber scored twice in CHCA’s 3-0 win over Clark Montessori Oct. 2. Huber had a hat trick in CHCA’s 6-1 win over North College Hill Oct. 4. ❚ Sycamore dropped to 7-4-1 and 3-3 in the GMC after a 1-0 loss to Oak Hills Oct. 2. The Aves blanked Princeton 4-0 Oct. 4. ❚ Clark Montessori fell to Georgetown 6-0 Oct. 3.
Volleyball ❚ CHCA moved to 15-1 after a three-set win over Williamsburg Sept. 29. ❚ Mount Notre Dame fell to 14-4 after a ﬁve-set loss to Mason Sept. 29. MND outlasted Seton in
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SILVERTON 6315 Elwynne Drive: Staubach Andrew J to Luning Elliot J & Marshal G; $155,000. 6912 Ohio Ave.: Teetor David J to Roehr Alvin F III ; $132,000.
SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP 8764 Antrim Court: Aicher Janneke & Lucas W Beuerlein to Gomon Roman & Jana; $196,500. 4072 Belfast Ave.: Mahalingam Lakshmi to Yang Guoning & Li Liu; $100,000. 10921 Brookgreen Court: Argeros Aristea to Kim Myoung; $160,000. 8109 Burkhart Drive: General Electric Credit Union to Done Deal Of Ohio LLC; $37,500. 8221 Cornell Road: Krill Holdings LLC to Wessel Holdings LLC; $600,000. 9093 Eldora Drive: Black April & Stephen to Pugh Kaitlyn L; $159,000. 7213 Garden Road: Obermeyer Leslie R to Zitscher Robert M & Darlene; $169,900. 7321 Hosbrook Ave.: Hoffmaster Homes LLC to Jones Barrett & Holly; $705,039. 7333 Hosbrook Ave.: Hoffmaster Homes LLC to Arnold Kyle F & Maggie L; $723,500. 7449 Hosbrook Road: Dick Scott M to Gunning Family Properties LLC; $249,000. 11203 Ironwood Court: Miles Ellyn M to Ahy Investment Group LLC; $250,000. 4214 Kugler Mill Road: Ninio Sami to Cincy Construction LLC; $80,000. 4214 Kugler Mill Road: Cincy Construction LLC to Edgar Contruction LLC Tr Of Trust 235; $84,900. 6551 Kugler Mill Road: Duplace Peter S Tr to Five Star Equity Investors LLC; $425,000. 10885 Lakehurst Court: Kennedy Delinda to Mccoy Timothy S & Saundra K Richey; $138,000. 4543 Matson Ave.: Bennett Lucy J to His Hands Housing LLC; $117,000. 8437 Owlwoods Lane: Kellam Julie A Tr to Heller Joseph & Catharine; $379,000. 9149 Shadetree Drive: Buckley Katie M & Kevint to Donnellon Shawn P; $250,000. 7209 Silver Crest Drive: Goard George E to Carp Kevin & Michele; $160,000. 7710 Styrax Lane: Heidel Colleen to Martin Richard E & Tonya L; $210,000. 4559 Sycamore Road: Potterhill Homes LLC to Choate Ronald W & Constance R; $93,000. 4559 Sycamore Road: Oc Classic Renovations LLC to Potterhill Homes LLC; $37,780. 4557 Theodore Ave.: Deh Ventures Inc. to Dumbauld Steven Lamar Tr; $180,000. 4563 Theodore Ave.: Deh Ventures Inc. to Dumbauld Steven Lamar Tr; $180,000. 4569 Theodore Ave.: Deh Ventures Inc. to Dumbauld Steven Lamar Tr; $180,000. 3900 Tramore Drive: Mulhollen Tina L to Brinkmeyer Kenneth & Monica Wolf; $192,500.
SYMMES TOWNSHIP 10127 Campbell Road: Fuller Harry M to Bass Eric & Harmony; $209,000. 10131 Campbell Road: Fuller Harry M to Bass Eric & Harmony; $209,000. 8970 Cypresspoint Lane: King Brandon A to Jamison Kevin; $303,000. Geromes Way: Cactus Lakes LLC to Lesar Benjamin J & Jubetanya R; $55,000. 9910 Humphrey Road: Guereca Mikel A & Beatriz G to Buenavides Kolet & Jonathan Kohfeldt; $270,000. 10128 Lincoln Road: Fuller Harry M to Bass Eric & Harmony; $209,000. 9973 Morganstrace Drive: Phillips Kristina L to Hauck Jeffrey; $330,000. 8695 Twilight Tear Lane: Kitchin David C & Nancy M to Horejs Michael B & Lauren A; $572,500. 12041 Waters Edge Court: Mckinney Robert J & Theresa A to Whitaker Jeffrey A & Kathleen Rutherford; $320,000. 10713 Weatherstone Court: Garrity Lisa C & James D to Andry Steven & Cathy; $368,000.
TERRACE PARK 625 Myrtle Ave.: Jones Leslie C to Schoewe Jenna L & Zachary Dane; $300,000. 205 Orchard Hill Lane: Wittry Philip J Tr to Masineni Sreeharsha N & Silpa; $230,000.
THINGS TO DO IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10 Art Galleries & Exhibits Life: Gillian Wearing 11 a.m., Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams. $12, $6 college students, ages 65-up and ages 6-17. cincinnatiartmuseum.org. Panel Discussion: Flyover Country 23:30 p.m., Xavier University Art Gallery, A.B. Cohen Center, 1658 Musketeer Drive, Cincinnati. Free.
Comedy Pro-Am Night Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery. gobananascomedy.com/shows.php?noend=1.
Conferences & Tradeshows TVCA 2018 Veteran Wellness Expo 11 a.m., Xavier University, 3800 Victory Parkway, Evanston. xavier.edu.
Food & Wine PopUp Wine Tasting & Culinary Event: Tapas & Tempraillo 6 p.m., The Art of Entertaining, 2019 Madison Road, O’Bryonville. $35. localwineevents.com/ events/detail/712939. Wagyu & Wine at The Capital Grille 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., The Capital Grille, 3821 Edwards Road, Norwood. $25.
Fundraising & Charity Football pep rally for Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy at Skyline Chili 6-8 p.m., Montgomery Skyline Chili, 10869 Montgomery Road, Montgomery.
Health & Wellness Deupree House Caregiver Group 2-3:30 p.m., Deupree House, 3939 Erie Ave., Oakley. Free. Healthy-Steps: Lebed Method 10:3011:30 a.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Reiki Share & Mini Sessions 7-9 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Tai Chi noon-1 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Vinyasa Flow Yoga 6-7 p.m., Earth Connection, 370 Neeb Road, Cotillion Village.
Kids & Family At Home In The Garden 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Krohn Conservatory, 1501 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams. $4, $2 ages 5-17, free ages 4-under. butterflyshow.com. manaTots story time 10-10:30 a.m., Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore, 3094 Madison Road, Oakley. Free. Storytime in the Bookstore 10:30 a.m., Joseph-Beth Booksellers (Norwood), 2692 Madison Road, Norwood. Free. joseph-beth.com.
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Neighborhood BYOB(reakfast) 8:30 a.m., Starfire, 5030 Oaklawn Drive, Madisonville.
Other & Miscellaneous Knitting, Crochet & Fiber Arts 9:30-11:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Open Art Studio: Watercolors 1-3 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash.
THURSDAY, OCT. 11 Art Galleries & Exhibits Day of the Girl - Celebrating Women & Girls Who Speak Up 5:30 p.m., Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams. cincinnatiartmuseum.org.
Business & Networking Larry A. Watson - The Art of Victory 7 p.m., Joseph-Beth Booksellers (Norwood), 2692 Madison Road, Norwood. joseph-beth.com.
Comedy DC Benny Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery. gobananascomedy.com/shows.php?noend=1.
Concerts & Tour Dates Wilder- Chelsea Ford 8 p.m., Stanley\’s Pub, 323 Stanley Ave., Columbia-Tusculum. myspace/stanleyspub.
Education Free Seminar: How Much Should a Good Kitchen Cost? 6:30-8 p.m., Kitchen Concepts, Inc., 10868 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash. Free. Make a Library Tote 6:30-8:30 p.m., Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center (The Barn), 6980 Cambridge Ave., Mariemont. Registration required at www.waterpenny.net/totebagclass. YCat Chair Yoga 10:30-11:30 a.m., Christ Hospital, 2139 Auburn Ave., Mount Auburn. Free.
Festivals Tournees French Film Festival 7-9 p.m., University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College,
Cincinnati Area Church Leaders Breakfast: “Going to Work With Dad”: Brian Hogan’s God-story in Mongolia 8 a.m., Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy High School, 11525 Snider Road, Sixteen Mile Stand.
Pilates 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Relaxation and Guided Imagery 5-6 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Yoga 2-3 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Literary & Books How-To For Tweens 4-5 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free. Val Emmich: Dear Evan Hansen - The Novel 7 p.m., Joseph-Beth Booksellers (Norwood), 2692 Madison Road, Norwood. Free. joseph-beth.com. Young Adult Writing Club 6 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Nightlife & Singles Punch House Comedy 7 p.m., Myrtle’s Punch House, 2733 Woodburn Ave., East Walnut Hills.
Other & Miscellaneous Pop Pop Parent/Child Art Class 11 a.m., V+V Visionarium, 3054 Madison Road, Oakley.
Outdoors & Recreation Astronomy Thursday 7:30 p.m., Cincinnati Observatory, 3489 Observatory Place, Hyde Park. See description. naturefind.com.
Performing Arts Val Emmich: “Dear Evan Hansen: The Novel” 7-8:30 p.m., Joseph-Beth Booksellers (Norwood), 2692 Madison Road, Norwood. Free. joseph-beth.com.
FRIDAY, OCT. 12 Art Concerts & Tour Dates Basic Truth 8 p.m., Silverton Cafe, 7201 Montgomery Road, Silverton. silvertoncafe.com. Just Friends Friday with Kathy Wade feat. RICKY NYE INC. 9-11:30 p.m., The Greenwich, 2442 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. $10. the-greenwich.com. Root Cellar Xtract 7:30 p.m., River Hills Christian Church, 6300 Price Road, Loveland. riverhillscc.com.
Literary & Books Preschool Storytime 10:30-11 a.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Thomas Nance LOVELAND - Nance, Thomas A., beloved husband of Tammy Denzy-Nance and the late Robin Dold Nance, devoted father of Erin (Bill) Cohen, Jenna, Abby, Ryan and Maggie Nance. Step father of Bailey (Will) McCoy, Olivia and David Denzy, loving grandfather of Ivory Sage McCoy, dear son of Chuck and Geri Nance, caring brother of Cindi (Jay) Nash and Tony (Teresa) Nance. He was a graduate of St. Francis De Sales High School in Columbus and Wilmington College. Passed away Wednesday, September 26, 2018, age 52, residence Loveland, OH. Funeral Liturgy, St. Columban Church, Loveland, OH, Wednesday, October 3, 10AM, the family will receive friends at Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Tuesday, 5 to 8 PM. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. www.evansfuneralhome.com
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Congregate Meals Assistant This position is responsible for managing the lunch programs at the Delhi Senior Center (Wednesday) and the Booth Apartments (Monday and Friday), it is a part time position 12-15 hours per week from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. The primary duties include promoting the program to participates, receiving the meals, keeping it properly heated, serving and managing the kitchen. You must be a high school graduate with 3-5 years of experience in the food service industry. In addition, you must secure a Servsafe Certification from the Hamilton County Public Health Board. If the person does not currently have the certification the agency will schedule the testing and cover the cost of Servsafe Certification. If you are interest in this position please send a resume to Jo Ann Kells, Cincinnati Area Senior Services, 2368 Victory pkwy, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 or email to email@example.com EOE
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Hopewell Cemetery Montgomery OH, 2 gravesites, excellent location, Lot 32, Sec. 5 plots #39 & 40. $1,500 ea, $3000 total! 513-659-6116 Plot (double) and vault in Graceland Memorial Gardens, Milford OH, Will meet at office to transfer deed. $3,500 OBO. (513)846-2982 r firstname.lastname@example.org
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BUYING CHINA, Crystal, Silverware,DownsizingMoving Estate 513-793-3339 BUYING-RECORD ALBUMS & CDs, METAL, JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK, RAP, INDIE, R&B & REGGAE. 513-683-6985 Freon R12 Wanted:, R12 collecting dust? Certified professional pays CA$H for R12. RefrigerantFinders.com, $Call for price. (312)291-9169 Freon R12 Wanted:, R12 collecting dust? Certified professional pays CA$H for R12. RefrigerantFinders.com, $Call for price. (312)291-9169
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BUYING ALL TYPES OF KENNER TOYS & HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA. Help add to the largest private STAR WARS collection in Ohio! Did you or a family member used to work for Kenner? We are LOCAL paying CASH for prototypes, packaging samples, displays, artwork, paperwork, and toys in all conditions. Heck, we will even buy your KENNER business card! Looking specifically for STAR WARS, M.A.S.K., Jurassic Park, GI Joe, Alien, Stretch Armstrong, The Real Ghostbusters, and most character lines. 1980’s and older only please. Help keep Kenner history here in Cincinnati! Call or text 513.500.4209 - Please leave a voicemail if we don’t answer, or email us at CincyStarWarsCollector@gmail.com . Save this ad- we buy all year !
Rom Webber Pine Armour w/Vonnet top & Bombey bottom, entertainment ctr, or other uses $895. 513-236-3807
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WE BUY COLLECTOR CARS!, Since 1962 Paul Padget has been the go-to guy for collector cars in SW Ohio. We also do appraisals, ($95 up). Call (513) 821-2143 (days only please) or email epadget@ fuse.net., (513)821-2143
Mini Schnauzers, Mini Schnauzers, Males, $$300.00 each, 1 is 3yrs, 1 is 5yrs, S/P, & White, Loveable, sweet, People dogs AKC, housebroken, I can no longer care for them. (937)840-8553 freda_l email@example.com
Ford 2008 Taurus SEL, 4Dr. 1 owner, 73K miles. Keyless entry. White in color. $5500 obo 513-474-5179
Schnauzer mini, AKC, shots wormed, blk/silver, salt/pepper, 8 wks. $375. Call 937-205-2305 ST. Bernard Pups: AKC, large, shots/wormed. $500-$550 ∂ 606-474-4316
Mercedes-Benz 1996 320 4-dr Sedan, 117K miles. Always garaged. $2900. 513-232-4825
Buying All Vehicles Not Just Junk up $3000 Fair cash price, quick pickup. 513-662-4955
2010 Triumph 900 Speedmaster. Black, fully dressed, garaged, like new, 5500mi., $3000. STEAL! Rising Sun IN. 812-290-3758
1992 Toyota Dolphin 900, very clean, 137,000mi, $17,500. No texts please. 513-476-2729 * 859-653-1592
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Mercedes 2004 S 430 Sedan, Silver/black interior, 26,500 Orig. Miles, garaged, serviced by MB of Cincy. Show room condition, $12,500, Or best REASONABLE cash offer. 513-607-6700/ 604-9595.
1 BUYER of OLD CARS CLASSIC, ANTIQUE ’30-40-50-60-70s, Running or not. 513-403-7386
Yorkie Pups: 8 wks old, 1st shots. Black/Gold Female $400, Parti color female $800 û937-587-3024 û
LOOKING TO BUY an old foreign project car. In any condition, Running or not. Porsche, Jaguar, Mercedes, Rolls Royce, Ferrari & much more! Fast and easy transaction. Cash on the spot. If you have any of these or any other old foreign cars sitting around call: 703-832-2202
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Garage Sales Forest Park Estate Sale by CT of Tricounty- Fri 10/12 & Sat 10/13, 9am-2pm @ 11484 Hanover Rd Cincinnati OH 45240 Tons of kitchen items, furniture, collectibles, vintage items, storage items, fire extinguishers, toys and board games, medical equip., electronics, Christmas items, cleaning supplies, and much more! 513-680-0276
Cincinnati, Huge Rummage Sale, 7515 Forest Road, Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat: 9am-1 pm, Boutique, Furniture, Books, Glassware, Dishes, Baskets, Women’s and Men’s Clothing, Children’s clothing and toys and much, much, more! Sponsored by the United Methodist Women of Anderson Hills United Methodist Church. 8:30 am Early entry on Friday, October 12, and Saturday, October 13. $5.00 Bag Sale on Saturday only., Dir: I-275, Exit 69 to Beechmont Avenue. Turn right on Beechmont. Anderson Hills United Methodist Church is on the right. Follow the signs to parking lot for entrance.
Mt. Washington United Methodist Church Craft Fair Sat, Oct. 13, 9am-2pm. Over 50 Vendors & Crafters, Bake Sale, Concessions and Lots of Shopping.
HUGE Yard & Book Sale : 11354 Reading Rd. Fri 10/12, 9am-6pm & Sat 10/13, 10am-1pm. Kitchen Items & Books! Cat & Dog Items! A wide variety of items! All proceeds go to abandoned & abused animals. Inside Household Sale Bargain Prices: Some 50% Off. Fireplace Screen and Iron, Coffee Table, Gas Grill, Patio Set, Washer, LR Sofa, Sofa Bed & Chair, 3pc Kitchen Set, Sm Micro, Plants & Misc. Fri Oct. 12th & Sat. Oct 13th, 10a-4p. 2106 Forestlake Dr. by YMCA Cash only no checks! Milford-7th Annual Vintage Book Sale! In meeting room A of the Miami Township Branch of the Clairmont Co Public Library. 5920 Buckwheat Rd. Fri. Oct 12th, 11am-5pm. Sat Oct 13. 9am-4pm. old books, signed books, Vinyl records vintage magazines and comics, nice newer books, & DVDS.
Morrow, 5730 Chancellor Ln, Sat: 9:00-5:00, Tools, Craft Items, Kitchen Items, Lamps and MORE!, Dir: 22/3 (Montgomery Road) east to Zoar Road to The Vineyards, then Chardonnay to Chancellor to house on right. Moving/Garage Sale Some furniture, garage stuff, household items, lots of misc. & more! Too Much To List! Oct.12-Oct 15 9a-5pm 1678 McCabe Lane
Get your Christmas Shopping Done Early! Crestview Hills KY Estate Sale 569 Palmer Ct Crestview Hills, KY 41017 10/12 & 10/13 Fri - 10 - 3 #’s @ 9:45 Sat - 10 - 3 Contents of very nice home, garage & basement. Beautiful corner cupboard, two serpentine chest on chest made by white, serpentine dresser, cedar chest, end tables, lift chair, blue rocking chair, two king-size beds, Chest of drawers, drop leaf table, full-size headboard, nightstands, coffee table, folding bed, wicker couch, patio furniture, linens, freezer upright, metal shelves, linens, mirrors, rugs, lamps, file cabinet, treadmill, China, kitchen items, some yard and handtools, dishes glassware other kitchen misc items Too much to list - all priced to sell! Info & pics – hsestatesales.com or 859-468-9468. Dir - Thomas Moore Parkway - Legends Way, - Palmer Ct
DORA HARRIS, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 1031 ST. RT. 28 MILFORD, OH. BIN 45&46 ELIZABETH BOWMAN, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 1864 MAIN ST #2 GOSHEN, OH. BIN 253 DEVIN SHEEHY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 982 SEMINOLE TRL. MILFORD, OH. BIN316
Bromley KY Estate Sale 325 Shelby St Bromley KY 10/13 & 10/14 Sat-10-4 #’s @ 9:45 Sun-1-4 This is a workman’s dream Sale. Everything imaginable you would find in a workshop, garage, shed or basement. Air compressor, power tools, handtools, wet saw, lg Milwaukee saw, Gravely snowblower/blade attachments, 8 foot trailer, full-size Jack Daniels figure, chainsaws, weedeaters, lg tool chests, gun safes, old fans, paslode guns, wrought iron, safe, cast-iron, old gas cans, concrete planters, crossbow, old lanterns, tube radio, ant. chairs & tables, couch, decanters, old bottles, hot wheels kids beds, kitchen & household items. old & new porcelain signs, old thermometers,fishing poles fishing tackle and hunting items, old & new windows. Still unearthing items. Too much to list – All priced to sell! Info & pics – hsestatesales.com or 859468-9468 Dir – Dixie Hwy (Ft Wright) – Sleepyhollow Rd (Deveril) – L- Oak street - LRohman St - R- Shelby
FORTRESS CASTLE, LLC. Self-Storage 697 STATE ROUTE 28 MILFORD, OH 45150 (513) 831-9150 FAX: (513) 831-9154 DANNY & MARY TOOPS, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 506 MAIN ST #3 MILFORD, OH. BIN 020
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SYCAMORE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION PUBLIC NOTICE The Sycamore Community School District Board of Education hereby gives public notice that it will hold a public meeting pursuant to the provisions of Ohio Revised Code §3307.353 to consider the re-employment of Charles Craver, Maintenance and Mary Ann Buchanan, Transportation Dispatcher, as superannuates to the same positions for which Mr. Craver will retire from as of December 31, 2018 and Mrs. Buchanan will retire from as of December 31, 2018. The public meeting will occur on November 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.at E. H. Greene Intermediate School, 5200 Aldine Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. The Board provides this notice at least sixty (60) days prior to the date of the superannuates’ rehiring and certifies that the public meeting required pursuant to Ohio law shall take place between fifteen (15) and thirty (30) days before the re-employment of Mr. Craver and Mrs. Buchanan as superannuates. All interested persons are invited to attend. Beth Weber Treasurer NSL,Oct10,’18#3191930
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Mt Washington- Huge Semi Annual Street Sale, 1600 Block of Beacon, Sat. 10/13, 8a-2p; (Rain Date, 10/20) 12+ Families! Household items, baby items, electronics, furniture, tools & more. Something for Everyone!
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BRITTNEY DENNY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 2730 ST RT 222 LOT 93 BETHEL, OH. BIN 317 VICKIE HENSLEY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 8812 NEW ST PLESENT PLAIN, OH. BIN 322,323 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS CASTLE STORAGE IN MILFORD, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS OCT 18, 2018 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM(EST); THURSDAY, OCT 18, 2018 AT 697 STATE ROUTE 28, MILFORD, OH. CIN,Oct3,10’18#3174916 NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF SYMMES TOWNSHIP Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of Symmes Township, Hamilton, County, Ohio, will hold a special meeting and work session on Wednesday, October 17th at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the Property Maintenance Code, park fees and facilities agreements/forms. This meeting will be held at the Safety Service building located at 8871 Weekly Lane, Symmes Township, Ohio 45249. Carol A. Sims, Fiscal Officer Symmes Township LH,Oct10,’18#3192384
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Legal Notice In accordance with the provisions of State law, there being due and unpaid charges for which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy an owner and/or manager’s lien of the goods hereinafter described and stored at the Life Storage location(s) listed below. And, due notice having been given, to the owner of said property and all parties known to claim an interest therein, and the time specified in such notice for payment of such having expired, the goods will be sold at public auction at the below stated location(s) to the highest bidder or otherwise disposed of on Monday, October 29, 2018 @ 10:00 AM. Mike Costello 202Lyness Ave Apt. #11 Harrison, Ohio 45030 Hsld gds/Fur. TV/Stereo Equip Tools/Appliances. Office Furn/Machines/Equip. Acctng rcrds/Sales Sampls John Godsey 3826 Spencer Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212 Household Goods/Furniture John Godsey 3826 Spencer Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212 Household Goods/Furniture Tools/Appliances Office Furn/Machines/Equip Cathrine Williams 221 Harvey Ct St. Bernard, Ohio 45217 Household Goods/Furniture. TV/Stereo Equipment Jamaal Robinson 6524 Desmond St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Household Goods/Furniture. TV/Stereo Equipment Tools/Appliances Phillip Moody 11 East lakeshore Dr Apr 14 Cincinnati, Ohio 45237 Household goods/Furniture. Instruments EHJ,October10,17’18#3163996
FORTRESS CASTLE, LLC. Self-Storage 1233 Castle Drive Mason, OH 45040 (513) 398-1515 Fax: (513) 398-2631 MICHAEL P MALLOY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 1415 HILLERY LN, MASON, OH BIN N07. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS CASTLE STORAGE IN MASON, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS OCTOBER 18, 2018 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM (EST); THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018, AT 1233 CASTLE DRIVE, MASON, OH. CIN,Oct3,10’18#3174899
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FORTRESS CASTLE, LLC. Self-Storage 8191 S. ST. RT. 48 Maineville, OH 45039 (513) 683-6250 Fax: (513) 683-0162 VICKI AND JIM HENSLEY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 51 RICE DRIVE, NEW VIENNA, OH. BIN C305. AMANDA CARROZZA, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 932 A NELSON LANE, LEBANON, OH. BIN D453. TYLAN FIELDS, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 162 BANNOCK DRIVE, MAINEVILLE, OH. BIN F664. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS MAINEVILLE STORAGE IN MAINEVILLE, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS OCTOBER 18, 2018 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM (EST); THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018, AT 8191 S. ST. RT. 48 MAINEVILLE, OH. CIN,Oct3,10’18#3174872 4932 Marburg Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45209 (513)3869947 Tamenisha Gordon PO Box 16155 Cincinnati, OH 45216 Hsld gds/Furn, Tv/Stereo Equip Victoria Braswell-Greco 920 Lexington Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45229 Hsld gds/Furn, Tv/Stereo, Tools/Applnces Kristen McClanahan 2523 Valley View Ct. Cincinnati, OH 45219 Hsld gds/Furn EHJ;Oct10,17,’18# 3185866
LEGAL NOTICE - Madeira City School District Child Find The Madeira City School District is in the process of locating, identifying, and evaluating all Madeira children with disabilities, birth through 21 years of age, who may be in need of special education and related services. For infants and toddlers, a disability means that a child has a delay in one or more of the following developmental areas: adaptive behavior, cognition, communication, physical development, vision, hearing, and/or social-emotional functioning. For preschoolers and schoolage children, a disability means having one or more conditions defined by federal regulations and state standards. These disabilities include: autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability, deaf-blindness, deafness, emotional disturbance, hearing impairment, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, visual impairment (including blindness), and developmental delay (preschoolers only). If you know a child who may have a disability, please contact the Madeira City Schools –Department of Student Services at (513) 587-0006. SL,Oct10’18# 3189296
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OUR NEW ROBOTS WON’T TAKE JOBS. Silverton: BIG YARD SALE! Sun Oct 14, 11p. 4114 North Ave. Kitchenware, pictures and frames, decorative bird houses, seasonal decorations, pet carriers, record albums, CDs & DVDs, crocks, rototiller (like new), pressure washer, knick-knack, & lots more. Syms Twsp, Loveland, 9629 Humphrey Rd. remodel, LH golf clubs, Fri. & Sat. 8am-4pm, 550-1184
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