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Unemployment rate up again BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press
Mt. Orab VFW sets April schedule The Mt. Orab VFW Post 9772 will be having their April meeting on Wednesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. There will also be a dance on Saturday, April 17 from 8 to 12 p.m. Cost is $14.00/couple at the door, $12.00/couple in advance, or $8.00/single. Door prizes will be awarded. For more information please call (937) 444-2704.
The unemployment rate in Brown County rose slightly in February to 15.1 percent. That’s .2 percent higher than the 14.9 percent figure in January. While those numbers are still at nearly 20 year highs, new numbers from the Department of Job and Family Services show signs of improvement in the region and throughout the state. Every county bordering Brown County saw a drop in the February unemployment rate as compared to January. The biggest improvement was in Highland County, where
She said she’s noticed some improvement in the local economy as well. “We’re seeing more jobs advertised. The trickle is slow, but at least it’s moving in the right direction”, Plymail said. She added that the positive trend can be helpful once people begin to notice. “Once positive things start to happen, things improve even more because people become more willing to hire.” Linda May is one of those hoping things turn around soon. The 50 year old said she has been mostly unemployed for almost three years now. “I worked at a factory for thirty years before I lost my job, CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
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Linda May (left) works with Employment Specialist Denise Fite. May is looking for a full time job.
Brown-32 construction underway, detour changed
Easter Egg Hunt slated for April 3 Freedom Christian Church, 12627 State Route 774 near Mt. Orab, will sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 3, for children 2-10. The event will be held rain or shine. Pastor Bob Cockrell invites the public to attend and mentioned the church will share the reality of Jesus Christ’s Resurrection with everyone who attends. The church is located on State Route 774 in Pike Township about 1.3 miles west of U.S. 68 and Lake Manor Restaurant. Anyone needing further information may call (937) 444-4813 or (937) 2131058.
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Kids reach down to grab ‘treasures’ Children in the Ages 6-10 Category pick up plastic eggs during the Mt. Orab Women’s Club Annual Easter Egg Hunt held March 27 at Mt. Orab Municipal Park.
In an effort to expedite the imminent 45-day closure of the on-ramp to state Route 32 West, contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation – District 9 closed the westbound 32 onramp almost a week early. The original 21 mile detour to get to 32 from Highway 68 has also been considerably shortened. Traffic will now be detoured locally over County Road 89 (Bardwell West Road) and County Road 87 (Bodman Road) rather than the original planned detour via the state and federal highway system, which is customary for all state administered projects. “We also appreciate the consideration of the Brown County Engineer, Todd Cluxton, and the Commissioners, who have consented to the local detour,” said ODOT District 9 Deputy Director James A. Brushart. According to Brushart, ODOT officials have been working with their contractors to accelerate the first phase of construction for a four-lane resurfacing and rehabilitation project on state Route 32 in Brown
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County Commissioners work to approve permenant 2010 budget BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press The Brown County Commissioners worked right up to the April 1 deadline to approve a permanent county budget for 2010. Commission President Margery Paeltz said the budget was “carefully examined” to make sure that county funds were being spent as efficiently as possible. “Things are still very tough,
very tight (financially)”, Paeltz said. “We plan to work with the other elected officials to get through the year in as good a financial position as possible.” A completed copy of the final budget was not available at press time, but Paeltz said it would be available for public inspection on Monday. Paeltz said that revenues and expenses were close to the projections of the temporary budget passed last December, and no sig-
nificant changes were necessary. “We’re very thankful that collections were about as expected”, Paeltz said. Paeltz added that she expected the county budget to be even tighter in 2011. “If tax revenues drop next year at the same rate they did this year, we’re going to have a difficult time”, she said. A detailed look at the budget will be featured in the April 11 edition of the Brown County Press.
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Brown County Commissioners Ralph Jennings (left) Margery Paeltz (center) and Bill Geschwind (right) go over figures for the 2010 permenant county budget.
G’town opts to seek contract Prosecutor says Judge didn’t violate law with contempt threat with new seller of electricity BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press Brown County Prosecutor Jessica Little says she’s being asked by citizens why she’s not prosecuting Common Please Court Judge Scott Gusweiler. Little said she’s not filing charges because she does not believe Gusweiler is guilty of a criminal offense. Concerning the case, Little said “I’m not on anyone’s side
here. I’m on the side of the law.” Gusweiler is being sued by Clerk of Courts Tina Meranda for “abusive, overbearing and inappropriate behavior” after he issued her a court order last February demanding keys to her office. Meranda is alleging in her suit that Gusweiler intimidated her into giving up the keys. Ohio Revised Code prohibits CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
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The village of Georgetown has decided to seek a contract with a new provider of electrical service, and as a result, electric rates are not going to rise in the village at least presently. Trash collection and water rates will rise, however, this spring in the village following action by Georgetown Village Council members at their regular meeting March 25. Council members that night
went into executive session to discuss three proposals for supplying electricity to Georgetown when Duke Energy’s current contract expires on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011. After considering proposals from Dayton Power and Light, Duke Energy and American Electric Power, council members following the executive session authorized Village Administrator Kelly Jones to negotiate with Dayton-based CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
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the rate was 18.6 percent in February, compared to 19.3 percent in January. That .7 drop tied with Carroll County as the most improved number in the state. Clinton County improved from 19.5 percent in January to 19.0 in February. The rates for Adams and Clermont counties dropped by .1 percent each to 17.7 and 11.7 percent respectively. In all 57 Ohio counties saw a slight dip in their unemployment rate from January to February and ten more stayed the same. Debora Plymail is the Director of Workforce Connections for Adams and Brown County.
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Chester David Chief Whaley, Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Air Warfare, retired March 18, 2010, from the U.S. Navy ending a 23-year career. Whaley, 42, a former Huntington Township resident, was deployed to many foreign nations during his naval service and served tours of duty in the Persian Gulf, Desert Storm, and Iraq. Through a coordinated effort on the part of Whaley, his commander, the U.S. Navy and Fred Kragler of Huntington Township, the Retirement Flag presented to Whaley was flown sunrise to sunset on Dec. 14, 2009, at Hiett Chapel Cemetery in Huntington Township. Whaley’s grandfather and grandmother, Russell and Gussie Hamilton, and aunt, Betty Jean Hamilton, are interred in that cemetery. The U.S. Navy gave Whaley’s mother Patricia a Hamilton-Edwards Certificate of Appreciation to present Kragler citing his “unselfish and devoted service” regarding the raising and low-
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The Retirement U.S. Flag presented to Chief Chester David Whaley, Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic Air Warfare, upon his retirement from the U.S. Navy waves in his honor for one day, Dec. 14, 2009, at Hiett Cemetery in Huntington Township. The POW/MIA Flag flies beneath it.
ering of the Retirement Flag on behalf of Whaley. At the formal Military Retirement Ceremony held March 18 in Norfolk, Va., Whaley was presented with numerous awards, Certificates of Commendation, and Letters of Recognition for his outstanding naval career. He also received Letters of Merit from President Barack Obama; former presidents Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush; U.S. senators
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and representatives from Virginia; Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland; and other notable U.S. citizens. Attending the Military Retirement Ceremony from Brown County were Whaley’s mother, a resident of North Pole Road in Huntington Township, and his sister, Jakki Whaley Sims, and niece, Brooke Danielle Sims, both of Ripley. Whaley is a graduate of Eastern Local High School and resides in Chesapeake, Va., with his wife, Judith, and daughter, Heather, a senior at Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake.
Musicians perform finale at Decatur Members of the Bluegrass gospel music band The Cantrell Family, three soloists and a guest instrumentalist join together on “This Little Light of Mine”, the last song at a Dinner and Gospel Singing event held March 21 at the Byrd Township Community Center in Decatur. From left are Chuck Whisman of Winchester on banjo, Rosie Young of West Union, Betty Tatman of Byrd Township, Charlene Cantrell of Winchester on bass fiddle, Doug Green of Mt. Orab, Robert Cantrell Jr. of Winchester on lead guitar, guest instrumentalist Bob Lawrence of Hamersville on mandolin and Robert Cantrell Sr. of Winchester on rhythm guitar. Sam Hayslip of West Union, not shown, played dobro during this performance and stood next to Whisman.
Police chief reports animal complaints up in Georgetown Village administrator aims to tackle reported dog feces problem at park BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press Animal complaints, including noise and feces problems, are up in Georgetown, according to Georgetown Police Chief Forrest “Buddy” Coburn. Coburn reported that news to Georgetown Village Council members at their regular meeting March 25. “I would like to remind pet owners that we all have the legal responsibility to control our animals,” Coburn commented to the council. He urged pet owners to keep their animals’ noises at an acceptable level, noting how some Georgetown residents would be opening their homes’ windows a little more with the coming of spring and warmer weather. “A loud animal can be most annoying when you are trying to sleep or just relax in general,” the chief said. Dog Waste Problem Discussed Coburn also stressed how the village had ordinances which deal with the odor created by pet animals’ waste and added that odor becomes more offensive the warmer the weather becomes. “If you walk your dog or it is out of your yard, there is a law requiring it to be on a leash,” the chief mentioned. “If your dog deposits feces on village
property or the property of others without their permission, you are required by law to pick it up and dispose of it properly.” Coburn said the only exceptions to the feces pickup and disposal mandates are dogs who a Georgetown K-9 or other law enforcement department canine and are performing their duties as police dogs and also Seeing Eye dogs who are guiding legally blind individuals. He also mentioned copies of the ordinances pertaining to leashes and animal waste disposal are available from the Georgetown Police Department or the Georgetown Village Administration Office. Georgetown resident Charles Bradley mentioned at the meeting, before Coburn delivered his report about various police matters, how people walking dogs on the track in Georgetown’s Kathryn Hanlon Park allow their dogs to deposit feces right on the track. Village Administrator Kelly Jones said he would look into obtaining some signs informing park users to pick up their dogs’ droppings and some bags that would be provided to them at dispensing locations for that purpose. In an April 1 telephone interview, Georgetown Fiscal Officer Ginny Colwell reported the village had ordered some of
State Treasurer to speak at democrat dinner Ohio State Treasurer, Kevin Boyce, is the featured speaker at the Brown County Democrat Spring Dinner on Saturday, April 17, at the Southern Hills Career Center on Hamer Road. A social hour begins at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available from any Democrat Club member, Democrat Central Committee person and at the door. Prior to his appointment as State Treasurer, Kevin Boyce served as a member of the Columbus City Council. Columbus is the 15th largest city in the nation and the largest city in the country with a AAA Bond Rating from all three major bond-rating agencies. During his tenure on council, Boyce established a record of fiscal integrity, performance-based budget prac-
those bags to be used by dog owners who visit the park. Skate Park Update Given In another matter regarding the popular Kathryn Hanlon Park, the police chief said he had spoken with some of the youths who use the skate park there and reported most of them like the idea of Georgetown police having extra patrols out there. Coburn reported while “most kids out there are decent kids”, he added “there are a few who think we are infringing on their rights to do what ever they want, and they are correct, and we will continue to do so.” The chief had reported at the council’s March 11 meeting some parents had informed him there seemed to be an increase in drug usage at the skate park. He told council members at that time how Georgetown police had received that same complaint the previous year and made several arrests and citations for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia. “I will increase our efforts there again and will probably use some off duty officers to work plains clothes details there,” Coburn told council members at that meeting. “We will continue to utilize our surveillance equipment also.” Coburn also had reported while he didn’t have the budget to station an officer at the skate park, those committing drug offenses usually quit undertaking their illegal activities anyway when they see a uniformed officer or cruiser.
tices, and oversaw the adoption of the city’s $1.3 billion dollar annual budget. He carried this expertise into the office of Ohio State Treasurer. Boyce served as Executive Director of KnowledgeWorks Ohio – a non-profit organization created with the mission of improving Ohio’s school systems through public development and advocacy. During his tenure, Boyce was part of a team that invested over $100 million dollars in Ohio’s public school systems, implementing cutting edge education models. He served as Chief of Staff for the Ohio House of Representatives’ Democratic Caucus under Minority Leader Jack Ford. Along with Boyce, candidates for state and local offices, or their representatives, will be in attendance.
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Musicians ‘trade’ voices for instruments Mt. Orab Elementary School third-graders perform “This Land Is Your Land” on recorders and Orff instruments during the second MOES Third-Graders’ Spring Concert “Proud To Be American” held March 30 in the MOES Cafeteria. Because of the large number of thirdgraders enrolled at that school, four classes presented that patriotic concert beginning about 6 p.m., and four other classes, including the students shown here, presented that concert beginning about 7:15 p.m. Brown County Auditor Doug Green of Mt. Orab was a guest performer during both concerts.
Georgetown Council approves 2010 Appropriation Ordinance This year’s budget up by more than $300,000 from 2009’s appropriations and new equipment for the skate park at Georgetown’s Kathryn Hanlon Park. Projects include ongoing wastewater treatment plant improvements and planned sidewalk repairs and construction of a crosswalk in an East State Street area. Jones said at the meeting the village’s Reserve Funds are in good shape and the village usually budgets more than it spends. Georgetown’s Fund Reserve Balance as of March 9 was $7,988,695, which is more than $300,000 higher than the amount of money the village budgeted in its 2010 Appropriation Ordinance. The village also reported its projected income this year from different sources is $6,768,942. The biggest appropriations in the 2010 Budget are $3,725,000 for the Electric Fund, $1,111,500 for the General Fund, $682,950 for the Water Fund and $681,899 for the Sewer Fund. Some Other Funds Also Large Other appropriations exceeding $100,000 include the Street Fund, $368,800; the Trash Fund, $252,370; the Fire Fund, $224,335; and the
BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press At their regular meeting March 25, Georgetown Village Council members adopted the 2010 Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the village, which allocates nearly $7.7 million for expenditures this year. Before council members adopted the ordinance, they first voted to suspend the rules so the ordinance could be approved on its first reading rather than after three separate readings. 2010 Appropriations Higher The ordinance appropriates $7,665,741, nearly 4.2 percent more than the $7,357,877 in the 2009 Annual Appropriation Ordinance. With this year’s appropriations being higher than 2009’s, that reverses the situation with last year’s ordinance, which appropriated $13,212 less than the 2008 Annual Appropriation Ordinance did. Jones said the appropriations are higher this year than in 2010 because of some village purchases and planned projects. Purchases include three vehicles, one each for the Police, Street, and Water departments,
Income Tax Fund, $209,970. Additional appropriations include the Cemetery Fund, $86,125; Light Meter Deposit Fund, $72,000; Electric Improvement and Repair Fund, $60,000; Sewer Improvement and Repair Fund and Water Improvement and Repair Fund, $50,000 each; and 13 other funds of $21,000 or less each that total $90,792. Many line items found within funds exceeded $100,000 as follow: • Electric Fund: Electric/Cinergy, $2,600,000; Wages and Benefits, $552,000; Operation, Maintenance, and Contracts, $362,000; and Capital, $175,000. • General Fund: Wages and Benefits, $787,050; Operation, Maintenance, and Contracts, $169,450, and Capital, $147,500. • Water Fund: Operation, Maintenance, and Contracts, $402,000, and Wages and Benefits, $205,950. • Sewer Fund: Wages and Benefits, $320,150; Operation, Maintenance, and Contracts, $193,020; and Debt Service, $158,729. • Street Fund: Capital, $165,000, and Wages and Benefits, $161,800. • Trash Fund: Contracts, $220,000. • Income Tax Fund: Capital, $155,000.
Kindergarten and 7th grade students for the 2010-2011 school year. The changes in effect for the 2010-11 school year are: • The addition of a tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) or tetanus and diphtheria (Td) booster requirement for 7th grade. • The addition of a 2nd dose of varicella (chickenpox) vaccine for Kindergarten entry. • A requirement that the final dose of polio vaccine be administered on or after the 4th birthday for Kindergarten entry. “By requiring these additional vaccines, we hope to minimize the spread of preventable illnesses in schools and provide Ohio’s children with a healthier environment to learn,” said ODH Director Alvin D. Jackson, M.D. These new Ohio requirements more closely reflect recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and involved consultation of local health districts, medical providers, the state Medicaid program, and a school nurse. ODH wants parents of children entering the 7th grade to have their youngsters vaccinated with the Tdap vaccine to protect against pertussis (also known as whooping cough), a severe respiratory illness that causes violent, rapid coughing that can last for extended periods of time. Cases of pertussis, which mostly occur in school settings, nearly doubled in Ohio between 2008 (628 cases) and 2009 (1,096 cases). Like pertussis, varicella (known as chickenpox) is a vaccine-preventable disease that continues to sicken Ohio’s school-age children. A second dose of varicella vaccine provides a child with 99 percent protection against the disease. By requiring this dose before school entry, ODH believes there will be a significant reduction in outbreaks of the
disease in Ohio schools. Ohioans looking for more information about the new immunization requirements, vaccines or vaccine-preventa-
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Brown praises house passage of health reform bill Following the U.S. House of Representatives’ historic passage of health reform legislation, Sen. Brown issued the following statement: "This is a historic moment for our country. The health reform bill headed to President Obama’s desk will reduce the deficit, ensure that more than 30 million uninsured Americans have access to affordable health coverage, and lower premiums for middle-class families and small businesses." Watch Sen. Brown outline
SHERROD BROWN what Health Reform will do "Too many insurance companies are reaping record profits, yet raising premiums for consumers. This bill will ban insurance companies from denying care if you have a preexisting condition or cancelling coverage if you get
creation of Medicare and Social Security, will be on the wrong side of history. They are playing to the fears of Americans, a cynical political strategy that will not succeed." "Every American family should have access to a family doctor. This bill is the first of many steps we’ll take to ensure that middle-class families who work hard and play by the rules can still get ahead." Sen. Brown will attend the bill signing ceremony for this legislation, scheduled for tomorrow at the White House.
Schmidt says new health care bill is wrong approach of Statement Congresswoman Jean Schmidt in Opposition to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care and the Health Care and Reconciliation Education Acts: “I am extremely disappointed by the health care reform bills that passed the House tonight. The American peo-
JEAN SCHMIDT ple wanted reform that lowers premiums and makes health care more affordable. They
got a bill that will actually increase their premiums, increase their taxes, and increase the national debt. They deserve better. “Over the last nine months, we have had the opportunity to listen to the American people who overwhelmingly disapprove of this bill. Tonight, Democrats had the opportuni-
This is significant, because that is usually one of the first signs of an improving labor market. Warmer weather and the new Kroger store opening in May will continue to improve the Brown County unemployment outlook. We can also improve it locally by keeping our dollars at home when we shop. recessions Historically, have eased when consumers feel confident enough to open their wallets again. ******************* Thanks again to all of you that have joined the Brown County Press on Facebook. As I write this, we are closing in on 600 fans. I’d like to break 1000 by the end of April. If you haven’t joined our page, please do so and ask your friends to do so as well. There is some interesting dialogue on the page about the upcoming MerandaGusweiler court fight and the big cuts that Eastern and Fayetteville schools have had to make in their budgets. join us at Please www.browncountypress.com and click on the facebook link on the left side of the page. We’d love to have you join the conversation.
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ty to show they were listening to the American people. They missed that opportunity. “I would like to thank the thousands of my constituents who have made certain their voices were heard on this issue. I am heartened by the involvement of citizens in our efforts to defeat the Democrats health care bill.”
Ohio will not challenge health care law Lawsuits have no legal merit, Attorney General Cordray says Ohio will not join other state lawsuits filed to prevent implementation of H.R. 3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Attorney General Richard Cordray announced today. "Based on my review of Ohio law and H.R. 3590, and my experience with federal constitutional law, I do not believe that the lawsuits filed against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have any legal merit whatsoever," Cordray said. "As a result, I believe it would be a waste of taxpayer resources for Ohio to join any such lawsuit, and we will not be doing so." Cordray said he drew upon his experience as an appellate lawyer and law professor to research the request and make his decision. "I had the good fortune to clerk for two United States Supreme Court
justices, Byron White and Anthony Kennedy. These justices – appointed by Presidents Kennedy and Reagan, respectively – each taught me to review constitutional challenges to federal laws with great care, always keeping in mind the proper balance of power between the states and Congress within our federalist system. In turn, I tried to convey this same respect for federalism to my students during 13 years of teaching constitutional law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. I have also encountered such issues in some of the seven cases I have had the privilege of arguing to the United States Supreme Court." Cordray addressed the two constitutional claims raised in the lawsuits: Commerce Clause: "For 70
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sick. Skyrocketing health costs have undermined the competitiveness of our nation’s small businesses and the security of our middle-class households. Health reform will change this." "While passing this bill hasn’t been easy, neither was passing Medicare in 1965 after a 22-year battle. Before Medicare, half of the nation's seniors had no health coverage. Now, 97 percent of them do. The critics of this legislation, like those of previous generations who railed against the
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years, the U.S. Supreme Court has read the Commerce Clause broadly to authorize Congress to address our most pressing national economic concerns. In fact, during George Washington's first term as President, under the Second Militia Act of 1792, Congress explicitly required many Americans to make an economic purchase: of a gun, ammunition, gunpowder and a knapsack to be properly prepared for military service. In the health care law, the individual mandate is inextricably intertwined with the comprehensive economic approach that Congress adopted to fix the deep flaws in our current health insurance system, which affects one-sixth of the American economy." Tenth Amendment: "For those who contend that the states alone can address insurance problems, the logic of their position is that we are condemned, forever, to an unsatisfactory 'patchwork quilt' of conflicting provisions and mixed results. This is precisely why our Founding Fathers rejected the anemic Articles of Confederation as inadequate, authorized Congress to legislate on matters of interstate commerce, and then made its laws supreme, notwithstanding any state laws to the contrary. "Nobody can seriously argue that the health care industry operates only in 'intrastate' commerce, and the mandate provisions in this bill cannot be effectively disentangled from the comprehensive economic approach that Congress adopted to fix
the deep flaws in our current health insurance system. "Critics of the new law argue that the Tenth Amendment does not permit Congress to require states to establish insurance exchanges. But the law does not require that; it provides the states with a choice, and if they decline, the federal government will take on that responsibility. Just as Medicaid is a voluntary federal-state program whose constitutionality has been upheld by the courts, the health care reform law is entirely consistent with the Tenth Amendment. "In these difficult budget times, I do not believe in wasting taxpayer dollars to pursue political agendas through symbolic lawsuits, which only deplete our limited resources, as well as those of our courts. Instead, the Ohio Attorney General's office will continue to focus on our efforts to protect the financial security of Ohio families by holding Wall Street accountable and helping to level Ohio's economic playing field." Cordray shared his response with Ohio's Republican congressional delegation and state senate caucus who wrote to him last week urging him to join the federal lawsuits against H.R. 3590. To read the response in full, visit www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.g ov/HealthCareResponses. To read the letters Cordray received from each group, v i s i t www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.g ov/HealthCareLetters.
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Last month when the January unemployment numbers shot up for Brown County, I wrote in this space that things might not be as bad as they seem. I still think so. The February numbers are out and show a .2 percent increase in the county to 15.1 percent, up from 14.9. I know that’s not the best news in the world, but it’s better than the 2.2 percent increase we saw last month. Now to the good news. Highland County was tied for the most improved numbers in the state between January and February, showing a .7 percent improvement. Clinton County saw a .5 percent improvement. Yes, Highland and Clinton counties are still suffering, but the numbers are moving in the right direction. Clermont and Adams County had a .1 percent as did improvement, Hamilton County. Nearly two thirds of Ohio counties saw an improvement in their unemployment numbers. The state number held steady at 11.8 percent instead of rising again. Debora Plymail, the of Workforce Director Connections in Adams and Brown County, says she is seeing an uptick in the number of available jobs coming into her agency. She also says temporary services are starting to increase hiring rates again.
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First phase will connect middle school to village’s public library BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press The village of Aberdeen and Ripley-Union-LewisSchool Huntington Middle received good news this past week regarding a proposed mile-long walking and bicycling trail in that village. Former Aberdeen Village Councilman J.R. Lawrence reported in an April 1 telephone interview he had learned the previous day the Ohio Department of Transportation was awarding the remaining $225,000 for that project. First Award Was $250,000 At a ceremony held April 23, 2009, in front of RULH Middle School in Aberdeen, representatives from Ohio Department of Transportation District 9 in Chillicothe had announced that village and school, as partners, would receive up to $250,000 to help construct the proposed trail. Aberdeen was one of only 13 Ohio communities in 2009 selected to receive $3.7 million in total federal transportation funds through ODOT to build multi-use paths, bike racks, and sidewalks near schools as well as improve lighting and signage near school zones, according to an ODOT press release in April 2009. The projects are part of ODOT’s Safe Routes To School program. The Aberdeen trail will be 8 feet wide with 2
feet-wide shoulders on each side, according to ODOT District 9 SRTS Coordinator Toby Smalley. Lawrence said the funds ODOT announced this past week it would award to Aberdeen and RULH Middle School are the remainder of the amount needed to eventually complete the entire project. He said the trail’s first phase may begin in mid-June after the state awards a bid to a contractor, and that portion of the trail will be constructed from the middle school to the Aberdeen Branch of the Union Township Public Library. The trail later will be extended to Elm Street in Aberdeen Mobile Home Park. Lawrence said he began working on the proposed trail as an Aberdeen village councilman because he thought it would be good for the village and added, “I didn’t give it up.” The trail will enable RULH Middle School students to walk to the Aberdeen Library and some students who live in Aberdeen near the path to walk or ride their bicycles to the middle school instead of taking the bus or being transported in private vehicles. With the absence of such a path, walking to and from the library and school is quite dangerous now because the students are closer to heavily-traveled U.S. 52-62-68. News Thrills Principal In an April 1 telephone inter-
view, RULH Middle School Principal Michael Kennedy said hopefully the first phase of the trail will be completed in August, the month when 201011 School Year classes begin for that school’s students. “We are thrilled, obviously,” Kennedy said of the news the remaining $225,000 have been been awarded for the project. “It’s been a long process.” He mentioned he likes the fact the trail will connect the school even more with the rest of Aberdeen. The awarded funds also will be used to construct some bike racks at the middle school and library and some crosswalks from the Shared Use Path, as the trail is called, to Rains-Eitel Road, the road that runs in front of the middle school. Lawrence praised the RULH Local School District at the ceremony held last April 23 for contributing money to help with some surveys undertaken in an effort to obtain the funding. He mentioned there had been 300 to 400 letters of support signed by people. In his interview this past Thursday, Lawrence thanked RULH Middle School Librarian Vicki Asbury for making up some survey forms that helped in his efforts to obtain funding and also thanked Kennedy’s and Smalley’s efforts with the project. Lawrence said he was thankful all the funds sought for the Shared Use Path had been awarded, adding, “It’s been a long hard road.”
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United Way of Greater Cincinnati – Eastern Area will thank area volunteers and the community for help with 2009 accomplishments at its annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast April 15. Individuals and organizations receiving awards were chosen because of their impact on furthering the work of United Way in Brown and Clermont Counties. AWARD RECIPIENTS: Marty MacVeigh Leadership Award – United Way Eastern Area’s most prestigious honor – given in memory of Marty MacVeigh to “the best of the best,” chosen from all of this year’s nominees. Contributions of this recipient most represent Marty’s tireless dedication to improving the lives of people in our community: Karren Robinson, recently retired, Brown County Educational Service Center (a United Way agency partner), for her work with students with disabilities, helping them achieve academic success and teaching them life skills through recreational activities. Vision Award – given to an individual or organization demonstrating vision and leadership resulting in the development, implementation and process improvement of a systemic change plan that aligns with United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Agenda for Community Impact: Gina Bohl, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Western Brown School District, for her leadership and work as the driving force of the Success by 6® Action Committee in Brown County. Exemplary ServiceAward – given to an individual or organization receiving United Way investment funds and executing program specifications in an exemplary manner: Brown County Home Care, part of Brown County Regional Healthcare, directed by Cheryl Phillips, for innovative ideas to increase delivery of vital services to the community despite difficult economic times. Resource Award – given to an individual or organization who significantly contributed to the success of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati – Eastern Area’s work through time, money, advocacy, or in-kind contributions: PPG Industries, led by new CEO, Tom Thompson. Employees stepped up their support of United Way with a great campaign, visited agencies and participated in a Community Care
Day project by painting the inside of a senior citizen’s home and doing outside property cleanup. The breakfast will be held April 15, 8 - 9:30 a.m., at Receptions East
in the Eastgate area. For more information on how to attend the breakfast, please visit our online registration www.uwgc.org/emeeting or call Diane Grimes at 513-536-3000.
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A former atheist and Communist will be the featured speaker at the “Pure of Heart” Conference scheduled this Friday, April 9, at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 318 Limestone St., Maysville, Ky. Dr. Ari Ben-Tzvi was raised an atheist in a Jewish household and attended Columbia University in New York City during the peak of the social unrest of the early 1960s. Ben-Tzvi was a protest demonstrator during that time and also studied the works of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels and Vladimir Lenin and became an active member of the Communist Party USA. As a former Communist, BenTzvi knows some of that movement’s leadership and its tactics. He is very aware of its efforts to destroy Christianity, marriages, and families and the dignity of human beings through veiled but well-planned and financed programs. As a means of atonement, the former atheist, the author of Savage Ingratitude, is now exposing that subculture of death. Those attending the “Pure of Heart” Conference will be shocked to learn how people are being manipulated into sinful lifestyles for monetary and political gain. Ben-Tzvi’s talk, “Perfidious Manipulation”, will be presented at 10 a.m. during the conference’s Student Schedule, 11 a.m. during its Adult Schedule, and 7:30 p.m. during the joint Adult-Student Schedule. The Student Schedule begins at 7:45 a.m. in the St. Patrick Parochial School Gymnasium with the final program to begin at 2:15 p.m. The Adult Schedule, for those 18 and older, and the joint AdultStudent Schedule will be held in the church. The Adult Schedule begins at 8 a.m. with the final pro-
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gram to begin at 2:20 p.m., and the joint Adult-Student Schedule will begin at 3 p.m. with the final activities scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. The cost for students to attend the Student Conference is $20 and includes lunch and dinner, but no one will be turned away for lack of money. There is no charge to attend the Adult Conference, but donations will be accepted. Adults attending the event may purchase lunches or dinners for $5 each. Anyone interested in a reservation may call (937) 378-4396 or (606) 782-3773. Seating is limited for students. Further information is available at the conference’s website, www.stpatspurity. com.
Revival set for Feesburg church Revival services at the Feesburg Worship Center will begin on Wednesday, April 7 and run nightly at 7 p.m. through Sunday, April 11 at 6 p.m. Ministers from the worship center will be speaking and there will be special singing nightly. For more information contact Rev. Rick Cooper at (513) 724-1315.
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County library to accept food for fines All branches of the Brown County Public Library will be accepting food for fines for the week of April 12-17! Now’s your chance to pay down your fines by submitting any of the following ‘approved’ food items: • Cereal, canned hams, peanut butter, hamburger helper, and jelly/jams count towards $5 off your fines. • Canned soup, canned vegetables, canned fruit, boxed pasta, and pancake biscuit mix counts towards $2 off your fines. • Giftcards (with receipt) to Kroger, IGA, Savea-Lot, and Martins counts towards 4X the amount on the card. For example a $5 giftcard to Kroger will count towards $20 off your fines! All proceeds benefit local food banks. Food will be accepted for overdue fines only. Fines for lost or damaged items do not qualify. Please Note: damaged or expired food items will not be accepted.
HealthSource welcomes Emily Krupp, DDS HealthSource of Ohio is pleased to announce that Dr. Emily Krupp, DDS will be joining HealthSource Mt. Orab Dental on March 29, 2010. The new state of the art facility is located at 150 Health Partners Circle. Dr. Emily Krupp, Dr. William Lippert and Hygienist Donica Seaman will be providing dental care to you and your family. Emily graduated from Ohio State University College of Dentistry in June 2009 receiving her dental license in July 2009. Dr. Krupp is committed to providing the highest quality of dental care that you should expect from your provider. Dr. Krupp is now accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment with HealthSource Mt. Orab Dental, call (937) 444-2514 today or visit www.healthsourceofohio.com to find the HealthSource location nearest you.
Mt. Orab SSCC Theatre holding auditions for the spring one- p.m. Wednesday evenings, beginUMC celebrate actAuditions play “Man Woman Flower” ning April 14. For more information, please will be held 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Holy Week April 7, in the Edward K. Daniels contact SSCC Theatre at
The Mt. Orab United Methodist church Holy Week schedule of services includes the following: Friday, April 2 - Good Friday service at 7 p.m., Easter Sunday Sunrise Service, April 4, 7 a.m. True Light Contemporary Service, 9 a.m., Easter Sunday School at 10 a.m. for everyone and Easter Traditional Service at 11 a.m.. We are having an Easter Egg Hunt immediately following the 11 a.m. service. All are welcome. On March 20, 2010 the Mt. Orab United Methodist church hosted another of its Community Dinner. It was well attended, with over 50 people from our community enjoying a free meal. They were served fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw and dessert. Everyone seemed to enjoy the food and fellowship. It is our hope to host these dinners every other month. Another dinner is planned for May 22 and the menu will include hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, cole slaw, and desserts. Please mark your calendar. We will have more information later . Also plans are in the works for our Vacation Bible School. It is scheduled for July 26July 30. We will have a lot more on this event later.
Mt. Orab Lions Club pancake and sausage breakfast The Mt. Orab Lions Club will be hosting a pancake and sausage breakfast on Saturday, Apr. 24, 2010 at the Western Brown High School from 7:30 to 11 a.m. The all-you-can-eat menu includes: pancakes, sausage patties, orange juice, coffee (includes decaf) and milk (white and chocolate). Sugarfree syrup is available. Advance ticket prices are $4.50 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12. Adult tickets at the door are $5.00. The Mt. Orab Lions Club has been proudly serving our community for over 50 years.
Auditorium on Southern State Community College’s Central Campus, 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro. “Man Woman Flower” will take the stage 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 2. Auditions are open to Southern State students and the general public. Those planning to audition are asked to memorize a one- to two-minute monologue from a comedic play, or from the selections provided on the audition page of the SSCC Theatre web site at www.sscctheatre.com. Callbacks, if needed, will be held the same evening as auditions. Rehearsals will be from 6:30-9:30
Beautification Committee seeks members Members are needed for the Fayetteville Beautification Committee. Anyone who would like to join is invited to attend the committee’s next meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 15, at the Fayetteville Municipal Building, 81 W. Pike St., Fayetteville. The committee would welcome anyone’s participation.
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The world lost a wonderful man on 3/19/2010 at 0545. Jeff Conn was an amazing father, supportive and loving fiance’, and wonderful friend. He was a loved youth football coach for the Fayetteville Rockets as well as a terrific youth baseball coach for Lynchburg. Jeff was funny, fun loving, and could always put a smile on your face. He enjoyed all things outdoors. He loved hunting and fishing with his buddies, grilling out in the back yard with a group of close friends, and having bonfires. If you were his friend he would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him and getting in his heart could see how beautiful, sweet, and caring of a soul he was. I will miss and love him for the rest of my life. I was lucky enough to get in his heart and stay there. I was truly blessed and honored to know him, love him, call him the love of my life, and to get all of that in return from him. He is now and will be forever in my heart and soul. I will never forget him or all of the amazing times we shared. I will love you forever and always Jeff Conn!!
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Mary Ann Mason, 87 Mary Ann Mason, 87, Georgetown, Ohio died Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at the Brown County General Hospital in Georgetown, Ohio. She was a homemaker. Mary was born June 2, 1922 in Belfast, Northern Ireland the daughter of the late and Catherine William (McGuigan) Black. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Rex Mason, Sr. in 1993, six brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Mason is survived by three sons, Fred M. Mason, Batavia, Rex Mason, Jr., Aberdeen, and Tom Mason and wife Kristie, Georgetown, one daughter, Clair Ernst and husband Russell, Hamersville, six grandchildren, Tommy Mason, Jr. and wife Heather, Russellville, Rockey Mason and wife Cindy, Goshen, Krystal Phillips and husband Jake, Georgetown, Jill Mason, Georgetown, Rex Mason, III, California and Rachel Ernst, Hamersville, nine great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held at the convenience of the family in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Visitation was Thursday, March 25, 2010 at the Cahall Funeral Home in Georgetown. Interment will be in the City Cemetery in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cahallfuneralhomes.co m
Deborah Jean Shew, 54 Deborah Jean Shew, 54, Beavercreek, Oh., passed away Saturday, March 27, 2010, at her home. She was born in Cincinnati, June 2, 1955 to James and Betty Hauke of Sardinia. Debbie was preceded in death by her first husband, Darrell K. McCune and her father, James J. Hauke. Debbie is survived by her husband, Robin L. Shew; daughter Meagan M. Tener (Adam); son Jared D. McCune (Amy); daughter Sara A. Wiencken (Joshua); and daughter Stacey M. Shew; mother Betty J. Hauke; two sisters Patricia L. Malott (Howard) and Karen M. Wilder (Jerry) and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and greatnephews. Debbie spent her life as a loving mother, wife, and friend. She was an active member of the community and advocate for The ALS Association and Beds for Babies. Debbie received numerous awards: Child Advocate of the Year Award (2004); University of Cincinnati Social Work in Action Award (2007); University of Cincinnati Distinguished Alumni Award (2009); Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame Award (2009). A Celebration of Life was held Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at Bellbrook Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: the ALS Association Central & Southern Ohio Chapter, 1170 Old Henderson Road, Suite 221, Columbus, Ohio 43220; Beds for Babies 72 West Franklin Street, Bellbrook, OH 45305; Hospice of Dayton, 324 Wilmington Ave, Dayton, OH 45420.
Jane Wenninger, 76, Hamilton, passed away on March 25, 2010 at the Ft. Hamilton Hospital. She was born on January 27, 1934, the daughter of the late Louis and Mildred Freese in Cincinnati. On January 16, 1954, in Cincinnati, Jane wed her beloved husband of over 56 years, Ronald E. Wenninger. She was a homemaker who devoted her life to her family. Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Ronald E. Wenninger, her children, Colleen (Ken Watson) David (Debra) Whyte, Wenninger, Douglas Wenninger, Connie (Ted) Mehlman and Dwayne (Tammy) Wenninger; her grandchildren, Jessica, Jeremy, Carissa, Chelsea, Zachary, David, Danielle, Colton, Chandler and Clayton; her great grandchildren, Jeremiah, Sofia and Sydney; and her siblings, Millie Helm, Patty Sloan and Louis Freese. A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Monday, March 29, 2010 at the St. Peter in Chains Catholic Church, Hamilton, Oh. Burial was at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Cincinnati. Following Jane’s wishes, there was no visitation. Condolences may be left for the family at www.webb-noonan.com
Bill Fee, 90 Bill Fee, age 90, Mt. Orab died Thursday, March 25, 2010. Bill was born July 14, 1919 in Mt. Orab to the late Cecil and Florence (Antrobus) Fee. He was an Army WWII verteran. He belonged to the Masonic Lodge New Harmony 435 F & AM, Scottish Rite-Cincinnati and VFW Post 9772. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his wife, Avalon Fee and brothers and sisters, Dorothy Malott, Bob Fee, Ada Morris, Rosalie Clemons and Jack Fee. He is survived by a son, William D. (Lynn) Fee, Mt. Orab; two daughters, Sue Ellen Goulet, Cincinnati and Jeanne Long, Cincinnati; two grandsons, Ryan (Annie) Long, Cincinnati, Rob (Katy) Fee, Midland, MI., one granddaughter, Amber Fee, Mt. Orab, one sister, Ava Williams, a brother-in-law, Donald Clemons, two sistersin-law, Shirley Fee and Shirley Tumbleson; many nieces, nephews and many others who called ‘Dad’. Funeral services were held Monday, March 29, 2010 at the Egbert Funeal Home in Mt. Orab where Robbie Scott officiated. Burial followed at the Mt. Orab Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Hospice of Cincinnati or the Mt. Orab United Methodist Church.
Audrey Florence Rice, 91 Audrey Florence Rice, 91, Ripley, Ohio, died Thursday, March 25, 2010 at Meadowwood Nursing and Care Center in Georgetown, Ohio. She was a housekeeper and a member of the First Baptist Church, Ripley. Mrs. Bennett was born Nov. 17, 1918 in Ripley, the daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth (Adams) Bennett. She was also preceded in death by two sisters - Alice Elizabeth Bennett and Anna Robert Jamison; four brothers - Tom, Albert, George and Charles Bennett. Mrs. Rice is survived by two sisters-in-law - Minnie Bennett, Ripley, and Anna Bennett, Georgetown, many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on Monday, March 29, 2010 at The First Baptist Church in Ripley, where Rev. Willie Howard officiated. Interment followed in Red Oak Cemetery near Ripley, Ohio. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to: The American Cancer Society.
Ruth Ellen Frischholz, 72 Ruth Ellen Frischholz, 72, Sardinia, passed away Friday, Mar. 26, 2010 at the Hospice of Hope in Adams County. Ruth was born in Adams County, the daughter of the late Otto and Marie (Ratchford) Inlow. Along with her parents, she is preceedeed in death by her sister Helen, and brothers Homer, Glen and Gerald Inlow. Mrs. Frischholz is survived by her beloved husband, Denver Frischholz, Sardinia; two daughters, Mary Beth Frischholz, Georgetown, Carla (Jerry) Benshof, Sardinia; one grandson, Mickey (Niki) Cecil Jr., Georgetown; one great grandson, Mickey Cecil III; two brothers, Robert Inlow, Mt. Carmel, Earl Inlow, Wisconsin; one sister-inlaw, Margaret Frischholz, Sardinia; one brother-in-law, Ralph Davis, Hillsboro; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. Services were held Tuesday, March 30, 2010 and burial took place in the Sardinia Cemetery where Rev. Kevin Hamilton officiated. Memorials can be made to the Adams County Hospital, Hospice of Hope Unit.
Edward ‘Tex’ Hoffman, 82 Edward "Tex" Hoffman, 82, Williamsburg, passed away Tuesday, March 23, 2010. He was born July 18, 1927 in Wyckoff, NJ. Tex was the loving friend of Betty Williams, Amelia, Earl and Betty Stacy, Batavia, Willard Meale, Williamsburg and Shane and Shawna Davis, Williamsburg. He attended Clermont County Senior Center. Services were Thursday, March 25, 2010 at the Megie Funeral Home. Burial was at Williamsburg Cemetery.
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Atha M. Gray, 84 Atha M. Gray, 84, Green Township in Adams County, Oh., died Saturday, March 27, 2010. She was born August 12, 1925 in Green Township to the late Walter and Lulu (Easter) Lewis. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Donald N. Gray. She was a lifetime farmer and homemaker. She was a member of East Fork (Stouts Run) Christian Church, and was a former Bible School teacher and 40 year member of the former Friendship and Willing Workers. She was a member of the former Stonewall Grange, Tiffin Township. Atha is survived by three sons, Gary (Judy) Gray, Sprigg Township, Walter (Debra) Gray, West Union, and David (Donna) Gray, Green Township, six grandchildren, five great grandchildren and one nephew, Michael Lewis, Amelia. Services were held Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at the Lafferty Funeral Home, West Union, where Rev. Tom Brown officiated. Interment followed at Sandy Springs Cemetery, Green Township. Memorial contributions may be made to the East Fork (Stouts Run) Christian Church, c/o Helen L. Howard, Treasurer, 21040 US 52 Stout, Oh. 45684.
Marion Hatton, 75, Mt. Orab, died March 24, 2010. She was born May 27, 1934, to the late Andrew J. and Rosemary (nee Denholm) Herman. She was the wife of Ray Donald Hatton, Sr., mother of Melody Jane Higle, Sheryl Marie Miller, Ray Donald Hatton II, Andrea Jean Hatton Brown and Jason Robert Hatton, the sister of Albert Herman and Helen Thomberry. Mrs. Hatton is also survived by nine grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Services were Saturday, March 27, 2010 at the Greenbush Baptist Church, 15977 Edgington Rd. Williamsburg, Ohio. Moore Family Funeral Homes serving the family.
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Michael Glenn McCormick, Sr., 61 Michael Glenn McCormick, Sr., 61, Georgetown, Oh. died Monday, March 29, 2010 at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Oh. He was a pressman and a member of the Georgetown Church of Christ. Mike was born Aug. 3, 1948 in Cincinnati, the son of the late William Clement and Reita Mae (Moon) McCormick. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his only daughter, Reita Kuttler. Mr. McCormick is survived by his wife of forty-one years, Judy (Chain) McCormick whom he married April 5, 1968, three sons, Michael McCormick and wife Cassandra, Seaman, Jon McCormick and wife Bethany, Sardinia, and David McCormick and wife Tiffany, Blanchester, fourteen grandchildren, four brothers, Kenneth McCormick and wife Sharon, Sardinia, Roger McCormick, Mt. Orab, and Dale and Daniel McCormick both of Georgetown, and several nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were held Friday, April 2, 2010 at the Georgetown Church of Christ. Kevin Whitsett will officiate. Interment was in the New Harmony Cemetery near Mt.Orab, Ohio. The Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown, served the family. If desired memorial contributions may be made to the McCormick Family, 428 North Water Street, Georgetown, Ohio 45121.
BCGH has improved technology for heart patients Patients who need heart monitoring now have the newest, highest level of technology possible to monitor heart activity available to them at Brown County General Hospital.. The hospital has purchased a new Holter Monitoring System used for capturing details of a patient’s heart activity. The device is quite small and resembles a small IPOD. For further information on this new Holter Monitoring System, you may contact Connie Toller at (937) 378-7645.
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FOLLOW JESUS John 1:35-37: “Again the next day after John stood, and two of his disciples; And looking upon Jesus as he walked, he saith, Behold the Lamb of God! And the two disciples heard him speak, and they followed Jesus.” To this day I am still trying to follow after and walk in the footsteps of Jesus. What an opportunity these disciples had! I would love to have seen Jesus as he walked; wouldn’t you? I remember a time when my eldest son, who is now a grandfather, was just a small boy. We lived in a home which was on about 11⁄2 acres in Michigan. It was a fairly long lot about 400 feet in length and it was covered in snow. For some reason that morning I had decided to take a walk to the back of the property. It was very beautiful, peaceful, and quiet and as I walked I thought I heard a small noise behind me. I turned and saw my son, still some distance away, trying his best to put his feet in the exact prints of mine. Now I am tall and have long legs so it was fairly difficult for him to do. He was concentrating so hard on performing this task that he did not notice that I had turned and was watching him. He was trying so very hard to stay in my footprints without faltering. I can remember it as if it were yesterday looking back and seeing that boy walking in my footsteps. At that time the thought struck me that I had better be careful where I place my feet. Someone is following and putting their feet where I had had mine. There is a children’s song that states: be careful little feet where you go. My greatest desire is to put my feet right where Jesus put His. I want to follow in His footsteps without faltering. As these disciples were watching Jesus walk John the Baptist said: “Behold the Lamb of God!” He did not say to look at the Lamb of God. He said: “Behold the Lamb of God”. This word “behold” encompasses a lot more than the word “look”. A look can be a casual observance, a glance. To behold means to really take it in, study it, comprehend it. John was telling these men to comprehend, to understand that this is the Lamb of God! And these men did. They really absorbed what they were seeing in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ as He walked. These two men had been disciples of John but when John
DR. CHARLES SMITH MT. ORAB BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH www.bbcmtorab.com said: “Behold the Lamb of God” they followed Jesus. A long time ago I made up my mind to get saved; but not only that, I made up my mind to follow Jesus. Some people get saved and never do anything else. They never get baptized; they never serve; and they never follow. Verse 38 tells us: “Then Jesus turned, and saw them following...” You see, if you start following Jesus He will see you following and He will recognize you. He saw those two disciples and He said unto them: “What seek ye?” He asked: What are you looking for? And I might present the same question to you today. What are you looking for in Christ? What are you seeking? Do you think Christ is only for old people? These disciples were young! John the Baptist was just a few months older than Jesus and Jesus was only 30 at the time of His baptism. When Jesus asked the other two what they were looking for, they said: Master, where do you live? You know, we could call Jesus: Master, Owner, and Saviour. We could call Him: Adonai, Husband, King, or Prince of Peace. This is Jesus that we are talking about; this is the Lamb of God! They asked: where do you live? He said: “Come and see.” Just follow His footsteps and come and see. Don’t back up; don’t give up; don’t turn around; don’t go to the right or to the left; just keep on coming; keep on following Jesus! One of the two young men which followed Jesus was Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother. And the first thing Andrew did after spending just a short time with Jesus was to find his brother Peter. Will you come and spend some time with Jesus? Will you follow in His footsteps? Will you tell someone else about Him? He is watching and waiting for you.
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The February 13th meeting of the Taliaferro Chapter, NSDAR was held at Brown County Hospital. Following a delicious buffet luncheon prepared by Brown County Hospital Pat Young, trustee for the Christian Waldsmidth House at Camp Davidson in Cincinnati, which is owned by Ohio State Daughters of the American Revolution, gave a very informative program on the historical coverlets owned by OSDAR. The program included pictures of the coverlets which were made in the 1800’s. The meeting was called to order by Regent Margaret Pollard, using the DAR Ritual including the Pledge of Allegiance and the American’s Creed repeated in unison. The President General’s message was read. Kathy Fichter read the National Defense Report. We were very please to hear that Jesse Little’s application for membership has been approved by the National Society DAR and is now a member of Taliaferro Chapter. We were very sorry to hear of Rosalie Moore death. Rosalie was a member of the DAR since.1965 and was regent of Taliaferro Chapter from 1986 to 1988. There will be a memorial service held Feb. 22, 2010 at the Russellville Church of Christ. Ten members were present: Jeanne Catron, Jessamine Clark, Jean Conway, Nancy Dick, Kathy Fichter, Donna Lunsford, Joan Paeltz, Margaret Pollard, Diana Schwartz and Phyllis Wahl.
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Huntington Hotshots 4-H Club install officers BY JW Curtis Huntington Hotshots 4-H
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Mary Lou and George (Bud) Phillips
Left to right: Meggie Scott (Litter officer),Daniella Hale (Safety officer), Cassidy Boone (Health Officer), Leanna Kendrick (Inspirational Officer), Alyssa Doyle (Recreation Officer), Jw Curtis (News Reporter), IN Back row= Daniel Oberschlake (President), Chelsea Haitz (Vice President), Kayla Eichner(Secertary), Travis Eichner(Enviromental Officer),Morgan Bahnsen (Historian), Eliese Kendrick(Treasurer), NOT PICTURED is Kyra Natichoni (Energy officer)
50th year on it. The motion passed. Next meeting will be held
Phillips’ celebrate 50th wedding anniversary GEVS kindergarten registration George (Bud) and Mary Lou Phillips will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. George and Mary lou met while attending Manchester College in 1958. They were married on April 16, 1960. George and Mary Lou raised two children, Scott Phillips, whose family resides in Ripley, and Cathy Savage, whose family resides outside of Greenfield, Ohio. George and Mary Lou live in Hillsboro and attend Good News Gathering Church.
They keep active by being involved in church activities, senior citizen trips, and mostly by following around their four wonderful grandchildren. An open house given in their honor by their daughter is being held at the Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro on Sunday, April 11 from 2 to 5 p.m. No gifts please, just the honor of your presence. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate the Phillips’ on their 50th anniversary!
Rau’s/Marshall’s welcome grandson Peter and Rachel Wung, Maryland wish to announce the birth of their son, William Kaiyuan Wung, born Feb. 14, 2010 in Howard County Hospital. He is welcomed home by his 2 year old sister, Abby. Peter is a Rheumatologist with the Falls Medical Specialists in Lutherville, Maryland, and Rachel is a Pediatric Oncologist/Hematologist at Johns Hopkins Medical Hospital in Baltimore. Grandparents are Eddie and Judy Rau, Winchester and Joe and Hwei-Chu Wung of Boston, Massachusetts. Great-grandparents are Gene Rau, Winchester and Bill and Ruby Marshall, Lake Waynoka. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate the Rau and Marshall families on the birth of their grandson, William!
Registration for kindergarten pupils of the Georgetown Exempted Village Schools will be held from 8:30 AM until 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 and Wednesday, April 21, 2010. On Thursday, April 22, 2010, hours will be 4 p.m. until p.m. Kindergarten is now required in Ohio schools. All students must attend kindergarten prior to enrollment in first grade. Ohio law (O.R.C. 332.01) now requires that “no district shall admit to the first grade any child who has not successfully completed kindergarten.” Children who are to enroll in kindergarten must be five years of age on or before September 30, 2010. An original birth certificate and immunization records MUST be presented at the time of registration. Court ordered custody papers are also required if they exist. Parents should check with the Brown County Health
Mt. Orab Elementary Kindergarten Registration will take place Wednesday, April 28, at the Mt. Orab Elementary School Gym from 9 am to 12 p.m., 1 to 3 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. In order to register a child you must have an original birth certificate, social security card, immunization record, any court, custody/guardianship papers, if applicable, and photo ID. Send for your child's birth certificate NOW if you do not have one. The child must be five (5) years of age on or before September 30, 2010. School Based Health will be on hand for physicals for kindergarteners if needed and the Brown County Health Department nurses will be on hand to give needed immunizations. Please note the change in registering procedures - please bring your child to registration. Screening will be done during registration. If you and your child attend on April 28, you will know your child's teacher by June 7, 2010.
Brown County K-9 Renegades set meeting
The Brown County K-9 Renegades will hold their next meeting on April 11, 2010 at 2 p.m. This meeting will take place at Hanlon Park, Georgetown, in the back lot at the shelter. We hope to see you there!
Ludy’s welcome first grandson Mary Jon Ludy and David Proulx, of Lafayette, Ind., announce the birth of their first child, Adam Ludy Proulx. He was born Sept. 9, 2009. First-time grandparents are John and Elaine Ludy, Georgetown and James and Louise Proulx, Burlington, Mass. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate the Ludy and the Proulx families on the birth of Adam!
and the Advisors are to bring drinks.
for 2010-2011 school year
Mt. Orab kindergarten registration
at the Maysville Skating Rink on April 13 at 6:30 pm. The members are to bring snacks
Mt. Orab resident named to Berea College Dean’s List Mount Orab resident Jessica Ruth Bailey King has been named to the Fall 2009 Dean’s List at Berea College. A student is named to the Dean’s List who achieves a GPA of 3.2 or higher for a minimum of four full courses or the equivalent.
Department or their family doctor to see if their child’s immunization records are complete to meet entrance requirements. These immunizations are a MUST: 5 Doses DPT (Diphtheria, Pertusis, Tetanus) 4 Doses Oral Polio 2 Doses MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) 3 Doses Hepatitis B 2 Doses Varicella (Chickenpox) Parents may take pre-school children to the Brown County Health Department or their family doctor for their immunizations. The Brown County Health Department will give immunizations Tuesdays from 8 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1 - 4 p.m. No appointment is necessary. For evening hours, contact the Health Department directly at 378-6892. There is a $15.00 fee for 1-2 immunizations and a $20.00 fee for 3 or more immunizations. Anyone needing additional information should call the Elementary Georgetown School at 378-6235.
Kaleidoscope Kids sets April meeting date Kaleidoscope Kids 4-H Club held their third meeting on Sunday, March 21, 2010. The meeting was spent filling eggs with candy for the Mt. Orab Women’s Club for the Easter Egg hunt. A cookout was also held and several new people joined. The next meeting is set for Monday, April 19.
Western Brown FFA competes in judging contest
UC Clermont College Open House, 2009
UC Clermont to hold open house on April 15 UC Clermont College will host an Open House for future students and their families on Thursday, Apr. 15, 2010 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on its regional campus in Batavia. Prospective students will get an opportunity to talk to faculty, view program displays and take a student-led tour. For those that apply that evening, the $50 application fee will be waived. One lucky applicant will win a free 3-credit hour class (a $381 value). For more information call (513) 7325200 or (866) 446-2822. Visit the website at www.ucclermont.edu for directions. UC Clermont College is located in the center of Clermont County on 91 acres in Batavia Township. Opened in 1972, UC Clermont College now offers more than 50 associate degrees and certificate programs. In addition, the college hosts six bachelor degree
programs ranging from criminal justice to nursing.
Sardinia Elementary to hold kindergarten registration Sardinia Elementary will hold its annual kindergarten registration for all children in the Sardinia area who are age 5 by Sept. 30, 2010. Dates for registration are April 29 and 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sardinia Elementary school offices. Each parent is asked to bring your child as they register. Parents will need to bring: birth certificate, immunization record, social security number, custody papers if applicable, and proof of residency. If you have any questions or you are unable to attend at these times, please do not hesitate to call Sardinia Elementary at (937) 4462250.
On Saturday, Mar. 13, 2010, the Western Brown FFA took four judging teams to the District 9 competition in Miami Trace. The general livestock placed 17th in the overall competition and 10th place in the District. Individually, Dara Howser placed 41st overall and 21st in the District. The dairy team placed 2nd in the overall contest and 1st in the District. Individually, Lara Staples placed 2nd overall and 1st in the district; Sarah Kelsey placed 7th overall and 3rd in the district; Ben Hauke placed 10th overall and 5th in the district; Taylor Hopkins place 14th overall and 8th in the district; Amber Huiet placed 18th overall and 9th in the district; and Alisha Damon placed 19th overall and 10th in the district. The equine team placed 13th in the overall competition and 5th in the District. Emily Siemer placed 13th in the contest and 6th in the District. The poultry team placed 22nd overall and 13th in the district. All of these teams did very well and will compete at state.
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On March 9, 2010 the Huntington Hotshots held a installation ceremony for the newly elected officers. After the officers took their oath Lynn Kragler, the Head Advisor recognized the new members for this year by giving each new member seeds and encourage each one to 'Grow with 4-H" After the ceremony the members posed for a group picture before breaking for a short meeting. During the meeting the Huntington Hotshots discussed ideas for community services projects for this year. Travis Eichner motioned to paint the Aberdeen fire hydrants. The motion passed. The Huntington Hotshots voted on ordering t-shirts this is the 50th year for the Huntington Hotshots 4-H club a motion was made for the shirts to incorporate the
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Terry Meadors and Chris Cody, 2009 graduates of SHCTC Auto Mechanics program.
SHCTC students attend Lincoln Tech Terry Meadors and Chris Cody, 2009 graduates, stopped to pay Southern Hills Career & Technical Center a visit while they were in town. Terry is currently in the Autobody: Collision Repair program at Lincoln Tech, Indianapolis, In. He began the 12-month program in September 2009. He has always enjoyed tinkering in the automotive field and plans to make a career in autobody. Chris Cody is in the
Automotive Technology Applied Science program at Lincoln Tech, which is a 16month program. Chris has also always enjoyed cars and hopes to eventually open his own shop. Both students were in the Automotive Technology program at Southern Hills Career & Technical Center. For more about the information Automotive Technology program, please contact Mr. Mark Davis, (937) 378-6131 x315.
Ryan J. Hamblen, senior at Georgetown Jr.-Sr. High School, has been accepted to attend The Citadel in Charleston, SC beginning fall of 2010. The Citadel is best known for its Corps of Cadets in which the men and women in the Corps live and study under a classical military system that makes leadership and character training an essential part of the educational experience. It was founded in 1842 and is noted for its education reputation as well as its rich history. The Citadel has an undergraduate student body of about 2,000 students who make up the South Carolina Corps of Cadets Because of its focus on teaching, a high graduation rate and strong alumni support, The Citadel ranked No. 1 in the best value among master’s degreegranting colleges in the South, according to the 2010 best college rankings released by U.S. News & World Report. As a high school student Ryan is a member of the marching/concert band, Academic team, golf team, track team, Buckeye Boys’ State alumnus, Winner of the VFW Post 7496 Voice of Democracy (VOD) competition, Honorable Mention in the District 4, State
Shown awarding Mrs. Maham a $25.00 gift certificate generously donated by Butterbee's Neighborhood Grille is manager Amanda Harris. Submitted Photo
Ryan J. Hamblen
of Ohio VOD competition, Honorable Mention in the Washington Crossing Foundation National scholarship, and recipient of the OSU/Honda Math Medal Award. Ryan plans on pursuing a degree from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Citadel and then enlisting in the Army Airborne. His parents are Bobby Jennifer Hamblen, and Georgetown; Grandparents Bob and Donna Hamblen of Hamersville, and J.T. Stewart, of Georgetown.
M.O.E. baby photo contest winner announced During the month of February the Mt. Orab Elementary staff was invited to participate in a baby picture identification contest. Staff members brought in their favorite baby picture, then pictures were numbered and posted without names on a bulletin
board. Forms were distributed to identify each baby. The winner of the contest was our own Mrs.Debra Maham, assistant principal, who correctly identified 20 baby pictures of her future staff. The staff at MOE enjoyed their efforts of trying to identify their co-workers.
Fayetteville FFA competes Eastern FFA competes in in district evaluation Fayetteville’s top FFA memFayetteville FFA Officers bers were judged at the District also completed chapter officer public speaking contest 9 Evaluation held Feb. 11, 2010 at Wilmington College. This year, the Fayetteville FFA had 12 proficiency applications, which evaluate excellence in SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience). Eight applications placed 1st at District Evaluation, and advanced to State FFA Evaluation. Those members and their placing are: Seth Erwin-1st Place District and State Finalist in Agricultural Services, James Falgner- 1st Place District and State Finalist in Forage Crop Production, James Falgner- 1st Place District and State Finalist in Grain Production, James Falgner- 1st Place District and State Finalist, Diversified Crop Production, Jake Holt- 1st Place District and State Finalist in Wildlife Management, Miranda Vearil- 1st Place District and State Finalist in Agricultural Sales Placement, Jessica Romine- 1st Place District in Vegetable Production, Katelyn Feck- 1st Place District Poultry Production, Leah Haines- 3rd Place District Equine Management, Katherine Weathers- 4th Place District Equine Management, Steven Parcell-4th Place Specialty Animal Production and Cody Adams-4th Place District Diversified Crop Production.
books and submitted them for evaluation. Officers can receive an award of gold, silver, bronze and honorable mention. James Brock and Ross Standring submitted the chapter’s annual scrapbook, which contains all the news articles, pictures and web pages that were created from February 1st 2009 to January 31st 2010. They received a gold rating. Chapter Secretary Ashley Hughes submitted the annual Secretary’s book and received a gold rating rating. The Secretary’s book contains a list of officers, committee structure, role of members, as well as minutes from previous meetings. Brittany Dozier received a perfect score and gold rating on the FFA Treasurers book. Brittany keeps an accurate record of all the chapters’ receipts and disbursements, as well as a budget, member’s dues, and other chapter financial records. James, Ross, Ashley and Brittany will receive the State Reporter, Secretary and Treasurer Award presented at the State FFA Convention. The Fayetteville FFA would like to congratulate all Brown County members on their accomplishments and would like to wish them the best of luck at State FFA Convention.
BY Rachel Mullins Eastern Brown FFA Eastern Brown FFA participated in the Public Speaking Contest on Monday, March 22 at Peebles High School. Dustin Yockey participated in the creed speaking contest, he placed 2nd in sub district and moved on to districts. The creed CDE is designed to develop leadership and the ability to appear before groups by freshman students as they become members of the FFA. Kristina Music participated in the beginning prepared speech. She placed 4th in the sub district. The purpose of the beginning prepared public speaking CDE is to stimulate the interest of FFA members in agriculture and leadership by giving them the opportunity to speak before an audience. The CDE also provides an intermediate laboratory experience in speaking for those students who are beyond the creed CDE, but not sufficiently experienced to be competitive in the extemporaneous or prepared speaking CDE. Amelia Parker participated in the extemporaneous public speaking contest she placed 4th. The extemporaneous public speaking CDE is designed to devel-
MOE students learning forces and motion Third grade students at Mt. Orab Elementary in Mrs. Keri Hall's and Mrs. Stephanie Williford's classrooms have been learning about forces and motion. They have been reading and experimenting with forces to learn about what they are and what they can do. One activity showed how to decrease friction by rubbing their hands together and then putting lotion on them. They also completed a measuring distance activity where they took various objects, blew on them, and measured the distance they traveled. In addition they found an awesome interactive website that could be viewed on the Smartboard to observe how changing a surface could effect the amount of friction that an object experienced and how
Students in Keri Hall's class pictured (L – R) are: Kendra Riddell, Makayla Puckett, Hailey Abbott and Jacob O'Roark.
it changes the distance and speed of how the object traveled. It was a great dis-
cussion about why some objects moved farther than others.
Western Brown FFA competed at the Marysville Judging contest The Western Brown FFA chapter took many students to judge in the various Marysville Judging contests. The contests included Poultry, General Livestock, Wildlife and Equine. Our Poultry team placed in the top 25 teams. During the poultry contest the Western Brown FFA poultry team identified carcasses,
meat and egg problems, placed classes and took a written test. The Western Brown FFA general livestock team placed 24th with Courtney Campbell placing 57th individually. The general livestock team judged beef cattle, market and breeding lambs, and market hogs and breeding sows. They also completed a
beef-pricing chart. The wildlife team placed in the top 40 teams and identified pictures of different animal species and took a written test. The equine team placed 4th with Matt Lodwick placing 12th individually. They judged horses, identified various supplies and took a written test.
Jesse Phelps with Ag Mechanics instructor, Barney Neal
Southern Hills CTC student in Baker Concrete’s “reCREWt” program Submitted Photo
op the ability of all FFA members to express themselves on a given subject without having prepared or rehearsed its content in advance, therefore causing FFA members to formulate their remarks for presentation in a very limited amount of time. The district competition was held on February 25 at Xenia High School, where Dustin Yockey competed in the Creed Speaking Contest and placed 3rd.
Jesse Phelps completed the two-year Agriculture Industrial Equipment Mechanics program at Southern Hills Career & Technical Center and graduated from Ripley High School in 2009. He recently stopped to visit with his Ag Mechanics instructor, Mr. Barney Neal. Jesse reports that he has been chosen to be part of Baker “reCREWt” Concrete’s (Career-Ready, Educated Workforce) program. Out of three hundred students from the tri-state area interviewed for the program, twenty were selected and he is one of only three who were retained. Baker Concrete is the largest
specialty concrete company in the USA, and working with them has provided Phelps with interesting jobs including pouring concrete at the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia. However, his most exciting project to date has been pouring concrete on the forty-first floor of the new Great American Insurance Company building (Queen City Tower) in downtown Cincinnati. Mr. Neal, along with the Southern Hills CTC staff, would like to congratulate Jesse on being selected for the Baker Concrete program, and wish him much success in his career.
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MOMS second quarter honor roll and principals list Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks Team Express Sean Bingham, Kasi Boyd, Nathan Bush, Isaac Cooper, Eli Crall, Bailie Darnall, Joseph Dowd, Cody Fitzpatrick, Jessica Fitzpatrick, Chelsea Flick, Erin Jester, Barrett Kessler, Addison Kidd, Janey Lawson, Anna Marlow, Cheyanne Matthew, Brian McGee, Taylor Stillwell, Brandon Waits, Corey Wilcher, Mackenzie Young Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks Team Express Noah Adams, Dillon Barber, Shelby Elder, Tanner Patton, Dylan Schwab, Sierra Steppler, Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks Team Discovery Mason Anderson, Savana Beard, Christopher Behler, Dare Bellini, Bransen Black, Jeremy Brewer, Jesse Britton, Chad Brooks, Brianna Brown, Angelann Casnellie, Nicolas Cline, Taylor Cook, Deanna Day, Isabelle Elliott, Justin Griffith, Caleb Gruber, Kirsten Guthrie, Brady Hibbits, Zachary Holtkamp, Kaitlyn Huseman, Erica Kelly, Brandon Lucas, Dylan Lykins, Nathaniel Maynard, Ryan McBride, Nicholas Miano, Bethany Moler, Dillan Murray, Baylee Phillips, Madison Ross, Sadie Silvis, Gage Tolin, Alyssa Wedmore, Drew Willoughby, Lacy Wright Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks Team Discovery Taylor Barthel, Alexis Bingham, Erin Bishop, Jason Blank, Alexyss Boone, Dana Buttree, Rylee Drewry, Kasey Fox, Elyssa Girtman Keele Jo Glover, Shelby Grau, Patricia Jones, Kylie King, Aaron Partin, Tessa Shaffer, Megan Summers, Tristen Walters, Chloe Young Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Explore Angel Booker, Tiffany Carver, Danielle Quittschreiber, Katelyn Schawb, James Seibert, Baylee Sentman, Maya Shaffer, Ashley Smith, Trystan Collins, Brittany Courtney, Kaitlyn Glover, Sydney Griffith, Jayson Hensley, Luke Kuttler, Kayla Manning, Justice Moore, Kyle McNutt, Rachel Morgeson, Tyler Peace, Courtney Peters, Savannah Thornsbury, Allyssa Vance, Zachary Williams, Dakota Wilson, Quentin Winkler, Kaitlyn Witt, Blake Wohlford, Ashley Smith, Brittany Courtney
Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Extreme Brandon Butler, Lacey Campbell, Matthew Arnold, Taylor Benz, Payton Bocks, Joseph Rose, Charles Rump, Austin Smith, Dakota Smith, Travis Stacy, Trevor Stacy, Sidney Swisher, Cassidy Taylor, Christopher Cobb, Lauren Donathan, Dustin Dornbach, Mia Garcia, Jacob Glover, Connie Hakala, Sierra Hauck, Kelsey Huseman, Abigail Jordan, Noah Keith, Bradlee King, Mya Lucas, Malachi Marlow, Hannah Mugnaini, Sarena Penny, Marissa Wood Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks Team Extreme Maria Bohrer, Ashley Clark, Jacob Altman, Jordan Bauer, Emily Sears, Sarah Swartz, Hayley Clark, Matthew Goldschmidt, Michelle Goslin, Chastity Hardyman, Cameryn Kain, Devin Moriarity, Alicia Peralta Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks Team Explore Mikayla Caudill, Taylor Akers, Sugaree Shaffer, Hannah Slack, Amanda Corcoran, Maysun Dietrick, Zachary Dowling, Tiffany Falch, Trevor Henry, Natashia Imwalle, Robin Jackson, Connor Lang, Sarah Leto, Rebekah McKinley, Eric Miano, Steven Miano, Casey Phelps, Kristine Pierson, Norman Poklar, Zachary Ward, Kaitlyn Williams, Chelsea Wood, Emma Young Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks-Dream Team Deavon Arnold, Colton Baker, Matthew Brown, Austin Burdine, Josh Craft, Corey Doyle, Zachary Franklin, Ryan Fulmer, Tyler Griffith, Corey Harvey, Colt Lang, Kelsea Lucas, Brittany Mastin, Miranda Moore, Gage Perkins, Dylan Peters, Requita Phillips, Malisa Rackley, Ashton Roades, Ashley Runski, Makayla Rymer, Cain Schneider, Kayla Seal, Trevor Sininger, Corey Spitznagel, Caleb Taylor, Audree Woods, Donald Wright, Abigail Young Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks- Team Alliance Miranda Arnold, Andrea Barthel, Sarah Benz, Josh Boothby, Chris Campbell, Shelby Cummins, Raven Darnall, Samantha Donell, Brittany Hall, Shelby Hauck, Emily Hewitt, Erika Hibbits, Kara Kreiner, Anna Mefford, Julian Rickey, Cortney Statham, Kevin Tollefson, Kassandra Vernon, Caroline Vineyard, Matthew Werring, Kasey York Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks-Dream
Team Lindsey Duncanson, Kelsa Gruber, Leah Leist, Trevor Lind, Kaleb Peace, Bryan Phillips, Courney Taylor, Kasey Taylor, Faa Thainbang, Jessica Vaught, Timothy Ward, Devyn Wood Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Alliance Shelby Caudill, Jasmine Fields, Kalan Kumpf, Justin Longbottom, Thunder Penny, Hannah Pike, Amber Rickey, Blake Silvis, Brooke Spitznagel, Brianna Stacy, Kristen York Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Endurance Hannah Bolender, Chase Broxterman, Kelsey Burden, Stephen Bush, Eli Catron, Zachary Cowan, Charleigh Dyer, Patricia Fletcher, Tyler Humphrey, Christy Jackson, Trystiene Jeffery, Justin Lewis, Jamie Masters, Ashley McDonald, Derrick Mitchell, Joshua Mullen, Cody Wilson, Briana Woodruff Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Supreme Alex Arnett, Kaitlyn Arp, Amber Baisden, Ashley Barlow, Robert Boyd, Jesse Chandler, Loren Kerr, Amanda Mastin, Layne Mosbacker, Jonathan Neal, Nicholas Osborne, Matthew Perry, Richard Pride, Ashley Richter, Shelby Spaulding, Clara Spencer, Dakota Stephens, Spencer St. Pierre, McKenzie Tillery, Casey Wilcher, Joshua Young, Timothy Lanham Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Endurance Tyler Adkins, Hannah Bishop, Zachary Brooks, Alexander Chaney, Allison Dowd, Abigail Finch, Brittany Hammersley, Lindsey Harvey, Monika Huseman, Huy Huynh, Ashley Ketron, Tasha Noble, Tara Obermeyer, Alisha Pennington, Akio Purdon, Jazmine Rose, Williams Sapp, Danielle Scoggins, Christopher Turner, Hannah Wallace Principal’s List 2nd Nine Weeks-Team Supreme Braydon Boyd, Kyle Conrad, Kenneth Elam, Dakota Fowee, Loryn Gavula, Courtney Gentry, Gavin Griffith, Karianne Hall, Kirsten Lapp, Jackilynn McGee, Katie Newberry, Ericia Quittschreiber, Alexzandra Roy, Chance Seibert, Makayla Slater
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and handles five to seven hundred phone calls. She said the time between jobs can vary, depending on the individual and that Workforce Connections is only “one tool in their job hunting toolbox”. “We tell people that looking for a job should be their fulltime job. The results they get are directly related to the amount of effort they put in”, Plymail said. To help in that effort, Workforce Connections offers help in preparing resumes, tutorials on interviewing and other job seeking skills and internet access.
Some basic training in computer skills is also offered, something May said is important to job seekers. “Everything’s about computers these days. When I was in school, they didn’t teach you computers until you went to college. Today it’s what, in Kindergarten?” Workforce Connections of Adams and Brown County is located at 406 West Plum Street in Georgetown. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday except Tuesday when the office opens at 9 a.m. Their telephone number is 800-553-7393, ext. 261.
Prosecutor says Judge didn’t violate law with contempt threat CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 public officials from using the power of their office to intimidate others...but Little said that, in her opinion, the Judge did not break the law. According to the complaint filed by Meranda, Gusweiler violated Ohio revised Code 2921.03, which covers criminal intimidation. The complaint continues by claiming that Gusweiler is “civilly liable” to Meranda. Little was a witness to the confrontation between Meranda and Gusweiler. confirms that Little Gusweiler threatened Meranda with arrest, but said he did so in a lawful way. “Ohio Revised Code gives a Judge power to punish someone in their presence”, Little said.
In fact, Ohio Revised Code 2705.01 says “A court, or judge at chambers, may summarily punish a person guilty of misbehavior in the presence of or so near the court or judge as to obstruct the administration of justice.” The word “summarily” is important, because it is defined as “immediately” or “without notice”. According to Meranda’s complaint, Gusweiler had given Meranda a court order demanding the keys and threatened her with arrest if she did not produce them. If she had not done so, the legal argument could be made that she was not complying with the Judge’s court order and was therefore ‘obstructing the administration of justice” and could be found in contempt of
Brown-32 construction underway, detour changed CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 County. “As part of the construction plans, a full closure of the onramp to Route 32 was deemed necessary given the geometrics of the merge lane to the highway's mainline and the nature of work to be completed,” said Brushart. “While we must close the ramp for the safety of both motorists and work crews during this phase of construction, we realize the impact this closure will have on the traveling public. Therefore, working with our contractors and officials from the village of Mt. Orab, the Brown County Commissioners and the Brown County Engineer’s Office, we have made a concerted effort to accelerate this project, and we appreciate the cooperation of everyone involved.” Site preparations got under way last week when contractors erected signs, placed barrels and mobilized crews for the 5.8-mile resurfacing project between the Clermont County line and the U.S. Route 68 overpass. “We also appreciate the consideration of the Brown County Engineer, Todd Cluxton, and the Commissioners, who have consented to the local detour,” added Brushart. The John R. Jurgensen Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was awarded a contract for
approximately $4.09 million to resurface the route, and throughout construction traffic will be maintained on S.R. 32 in at least one lane in each direction. Currently, mainline S.R. 32 traffic is restricted only at the U.S. 68 overpass at Mt. Orab, and traffic on the other S.R. 32 on/off ramps will not be restricted during the first phase of construction.
Free testing available for HIV and Hepatitis C The Brown County Health Department offers free HIV and Hepatitis C testing. These screenings are by appointment only. You must call (937) 3786892 or toll free (866) 867-6892 to schedule an appointment with one of the nurses. The HIV test consists of an oral swab, and the Hepatitis C test consists of a blood draw. It is important that individuals who think they may be infected be tested as soon as possible. The sooner the diseases are discovered, the better their affects can be treated. This service is a free service offered by the South Central Ohio Education and Test Center and the Brown County Health Department.
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court. Additionally, Ohio Revised Code 2705.02 says that a person guilty of “disobedience of, or resistance to a lawful order of a court or officer” is guilty of contempt. Once given the court order, a legal avenue appealing the court order to the Ohio 12th Circuit Court of Appeals was open to Meranda. Concerning the lawsuit, Little said she has not been asked to assist Gusweiler to find an attorney as of yet. As a defendant, Gusweiler is eligible to have an attorney paid for at county expense. The Clerk of Courts office confirmed at press time that Gusweiler did not yet have an attorney of record in the case. Gusweiler is continuing a policy of withholding comment on the matter.
While electric rates not going up for now, trash and water rates are CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 DP&L for a contract whereby that company will sell electricity to Georgetown, who in turn will sell it to customers in the village. Councilman Steve Triplett abstained in the voting because his wife is a DP&L employee. Prior to that meeting, council members had offered the first two readings of an ordinance to raise rates to Georgetown electric customers by about 17.5 percent. Following the DP&L vote, council members voted not to offer the ordinance’s third reading, effectively killing the proposal. That’s because the rates offered in the anticipated contract from DP&L were not known yet and the rates in the proposed hike ordinance were based on the village’s current carrier Duke Energy. Trash Rates Rising In April In other news from that meeting, council members voted to approve trash collection rate increases, which will begin in April, from Colerain Townshipbased Rumpke Consolidated Companies and subsequent rates the village will charge its residents who are served by Rumpke. Rumpke is raising the rates it charges Georgetown from $8.01 to $8.59 for residential pickup (not including senior citizens) and from $7.09 to $7.59 for pickup at senior citizens’
homes. While that amounts to a 7 percent increase, the increase above its own rate increase the village will pass on to village customers will be 8 percent. Jones mentioned how the state of Ohio imposed a trash collection surcharge last year, which the village “ate” and didn’t pass on to customers, so this year the village is doing so with a higher percentage rate than the percentage rate Rumpke is charging Georgetown. The monthly residential rate for non-senior citizens will rise from $9.47 to $10.23 and for senior citizens from $8.31 to $8.98. Council members also approved water rate increases Pleasant Township-based Brown County Rural Water Association will charge Georgetown and Georgetown in turn will supply customers it serves. BCRWA will increase its rates to Georgetown from $1.73 to $1.91 per 1,000 gallons, a 10.5 percent hike, beginning in May. The village then will increase customers’ minimum monthly bills from $12.65 to about $13.98, also a 10.5 percent increase. Georgetown Mayor Dale Cahall mentioned the village receives new BCRWA contracts to consider every 42 months. Council members authorized Village Solicitor Jay Cutrell to draw up ordinances to enact those rate increases and bring
St. Michael announces 50/50 club winner Congratulations to Barbara Fussnecker of Ripley who won $210 in the February St. Michael School 50/50 Club Drawing. The next monthly drawing was the last Sunday of March with the prize being $235 (or more if there is new membership before that time). The school fundraising committee would like to invite anyone interested in becoming a member, with a chance to split the pot (50/50) each month, to contact Mary Kaye Helbling (937-392-4386) or Linda DeFosse (937-392-0398) to obtain information about becoming a member. Membership may be paid by the year, 6 months, or monthly at $5/month. Drawings are held the last Sunday of each month. The fundraising committee would like to thank members for their support of St. Michael School.
Pictured left to right: RWB Norman Mick, Dwight Marriott, Lexi Gray, Paula Gray and Anita Flaugher.
Dwight Marriott receives Masonic 70 year membership pin Union Masonic Lodge No. 71 in Ripley paid tribute to one of its longtime members at a special awards night on Feb. 25 at the Ripley Memorial Masonic Temple. Dwight Marriott was honored for 70 years of membership. Mr. Marriott received a gold pin and a certificate which was presented to him by Norman Mick, Grand Orator, representing the Grand Lodge of Ohio. District Deputy Grand Master Eddie Bailey presided over the public presentation with 48 guests and visiting brethren. Mr. Marriott commented on the relevance of Freemasonry and the founding fathers of this
country. "If it was good enough for them, it is good enough for me." Charity is an important tenet of the Masonic fraternity. The 114,000 Masons in Ohio provide approximately $15 million in charitable giving annually. The highlight of the evening was the pin presentation by Mr. Marriott's friends, Myron and Anita Flaugher, and Paula and Lexie Gray. Cake and ice cream were served in the fellowship hall afterwards. The evening was a fine example of Grand Master Terry W. Posey's theme this year, "Freemasonry: All in the Family". General information is available at www.freemason.com. For local information, con-
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them back at a future meeting for the council’s consideration. Administrator To Get Raise Also at the March 25 meeting: • Council members toward the end of the meeting voted to raise Jones’ salary by $5,000 this year. “We greatly appreciate the service you do,” Council President Drew Watson informed the administrator. • The council authorized the village to pay one month’s dental premiums for village employees as the “start up” payments for another cycle of dental insurance service being provided to employees. Village employees pay their own dental premiums, and Jones mentioned the village will be reimbursed eventually for its dental premium payment action. • Watson reported on behalf of Georgetown Fire Chief Joe Rockey the Georgetown Fire Department was going to have a “grill out”-type Open House at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 10, to which all council members are invited to attend. • Triplett asked in light of the upcoming Annual U.S. Grant Days Celebration in late April in Georgetown if the village could do anything to make the downtown area around Cherry and Apple streets more attractive. He mentioned there was old roofing on the sidewalk and some trash in the vicinity of the building that formerly housed Homer’s Pizza. Jones said he would look into that matter.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 and now I can’t get back into it because most of those jobs have either been combined together or are just gone”, May said. One Stop Specialist Denise Fite spends her days helping people like May. She said she’s also seeing some signs that things could be turning around soon. “We’ve had some good luck with people here and there. People are starting to get jobs at the new Kroger and some other places.” Plymail said Workforce Connections helps about 300 walk in customers each month
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Applications are currently being accepted from rural residents to repair their homes in rural Ohio. Loan and grant funds have been received and are now available. According to Linda AyresLouiso, Underwriter of USDA Rural Development in Hillsboro, qualified very lowincome rural residents can obtain home repair loans of up to $20,000. The loans can be used to modernize the home or to remove health or safety hazards. The interest rate is 1 percent with terms up to 20 years. Loans cannot be approved to make repairs to homes in such poor condition that it will continue to be a health or safety hazard even after the repairs. “The loans are intended to help those people who lack the personal resources to make the repairs themselves and cannot find assistance from other
sources,” said Ayres-Louiso. “Many of our applicants are elderly, and especially during winter, we want to make sure the public knows we are here to help them.” Grant funds can be used by rural residents who are at least 62 years old and cannot show repayment for a repair loan. These funds are limited and can only be used to remove safety or health hazards. In all cases, the applicant must meet requirements of the program, including income limits, which vary according to family size and county of residence. Homes must be located in eligible rural areas. Other permissible purposes of the loans include installation or repair of sanitary water and waste disposal units, insulation, storm doors and windows, replacement of siding, and accessibility repairs for the disabled.
tact Lee McIntosh, Lodge Secretary at (937) 392-1666.
RCAPS announces activities for 2010 Russellville Community Action Planners wishes to announce the following events scheduled in Russellville during 2010. • Thursday, April 15: Dinner for Area Christian Women’s Fellowship with approximately 175 to 200 women from Churches of Christ in Brown and Clermont counties slated to attend at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School). • May and June: Knothole Baseball concessions at V.A. Erickson Memorial Field. • Saturday, May 29: Russellville-Jefferson Alumni Dinner at the Rambler Center. • Saturday, June 19: Bake Sale in the Village Park during the village of Russellville’s Yard Sale. • Saturday, July 3: Community Celebration for the Fourth of July at the Rambler Center. • Saturday, Aug. 21: Picnic in the Park at the Village Park. • Saturday, Nov. 6: Annual Craft Show at the Rambler Center. • November 2010-January 2011: Pee Wee Basketball Program at the Rambler Center. • Saturday, Dec. 4: Hometown Christmas Lighting of The Park at the Village Park. • Sunday, Dec. 5: Annual Community Christmas Dinner and Play at the Rambler Center. ARE YOU A FAN YET? Look for The Brown County Press on facebook.com
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Brown County Press/Mt. Orab Food Court coloring contest winners are printed at right. The first place winners in each category will receive a twenty dollar gift certificate from the Mt. Orab Food Court. Second place winners will receive a ten dollar gift certifi-
cate and third place winners will receive a five dollar gift certificate. All entries will remain posted for a period of time at the Mt. Orab Food Court. Look for pictures of the win-
ners coming up in The Brown County Press. A “thank you” goers out to Gary Wallace at the Food Court for providing the gift certificates and posting the entries.
We would like to congratulate everyone who participated in the Brown County Press/Mt. Orab Food Court Easter coloring contest. The top three winners from the 0-5 and the 6-10 age groups
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Eastern Warriors win opener over Western Pike By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press
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Eastern’s Brett Carrington blasted this pitch over the center field wall during the Warriors’ win over Western Pike.
The Eastern Warriors won the 2010 season opener in a big way, downing the Western Pike Indians by a score of 220. "We hit the ball well," said first-year Eastern coach Dave Mignery. "Especially for early in the year. The pitching was good and they were around the plate. Our defense was okay tonight and I think we'll play good defense this year." The Warriors scored early and often on their way to the non-league win. Eastern plated four runs in the first, five runs in the second, 12 runs in the third and added one run in the fourth. Cody Kelch paced the offense with three hits. He scored three times and drove in two. Derek Souder, Daniel Faul, Kenny Ostrander and Daniel Kiefer had two hits each. Ostrander drove home three runs and Kiefer had four RBIs. Brandon Carrington, Brett Carrington, Brandon Koewler and Andrew Meeker
each added one hit. Brett Carrington's one hit was a two-run blast over the center field fence. "Brett hit that ball well," said Mignery. "Kiefer and Kelch both did a nice job at the plate as well." Faul picked up the win on the mound. He worked three innings, allowing no runs and no hits. Faul walked one and struck out five. Koewler tossed two innings of shutout relief. He allowed one hit, walked one, hit a batter and struck out five. "Our pitchers did a good job," added Mignery. "Brandon got a little tired at the end. They did a nice job for the first night out."
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Eastern’s Daniel Faul delivers a pitch during the Warriors’ 22-0 win over Western Pike on opening day. Faul threw three innings of no-hit baseball, striking out five Indians and claimed his first victory of the season.
Ripley, Georgetown fare well at Polar Bear Relays By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press The Georgetown and Ripley track and field teams traveled to Bethel on Saturday to take part in the annual Polar Bear Relays. The Ripley girls finished second overall out of 12 teams participating. The Georgetown girls placed ninth. On the boys’ side, Georgetown placed sixth out of 13 teams and Ripley came in 10th. In the girls’ 4 x 100-meter relay, Ripley won with a time of 55.81. Georgetown finished eighth. In the girls’ 4 x 200-meter relay, Ripley placed second and Georgetown came in seventh. In 4 x 400-meter relay action, the Lady Jays took third and the Lady G-Men finished fourth.
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The girls’ 4 x 800-meter relay saw Ripley place fifth. The Lady Jays took fourth place in the 4 x 1,600-meter relay race. In the girls’ 800-meter sprint medley, Ripley captured seventh. In the distance medley, the Lady Jays took fifth while the Lady G-Men finished ninth. In the girls’ high jump relay, Ripley captured first and fifth places. In the long jump relay, the Lady Jays placed third and eighth. Ripley claimed fourth and seventh in the girls’ shot put relay while Georgetown finished sixth and eighth. In the girls’ discus relay, Ripley took third and fourth places. In the boys’ 4 x 100-meter relay, Ripley finished sixth and Georgetown captured eighth.
In the boys’ 4 x 200-meter relay event, ripley claimed sixth and Georgetown took seventh. The G-Men finished third in the 4 x 400-meter relay while Ripley took eighth in the event. Georgetown captured fourth place in the boys’ 4 x 800-meter relay. In the 4 x 1,600-meter relay, the G-Men claimed third while the blue Jays finished 10th. In the boys’ 800-meter sprint medley, Georgetown placed 11th. In the first distance medley, the G-Men finished fourth and Ripley finished eighth. In the second distance medley, Georgetown claimed another fifth-place finish while Ripley took 10th. Georgetown finished fifth in the boys’ shuttle hurdle event. Ripley took fourth in the boys’ high jump relay. In the long jump relay, the G-Men placed sixth and the Blue Jays took 10th.
Ripley won the boys’ shot put relay (45-feet, seven-inches) and also placed sixth. Georgetown finished fifth in the same event. Georgetown finished third in the boys’ discus relay. Ripley took ninth and 11th places.
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Johnson, Tatman combine for no-hitter By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press
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Above, Eastern’s Maria Johnson throws a pitch during one of her three no-hit innings. Below, Emily Tatman peers in for the sign during one of her four no-hit innings in the Lady Warriors’ win over Western Pike.
The Eastern Lady Warriors won their season opener on Tuesday, downing the Western Lady Indians by a score of 6-0 behind the combined no-hitter from Maria Johnson and Emily Tatman. "Our pitching was good for opening day," said Eastern coach Eric Purdy. "They worked around the plate and threw some nice off-speed stuff." never really Western mounted a threat offensively, getting only two runners on base once in the game. Johnson got the win in three innings of work. She allowed no runs and no hits. Johnson walked two and fanned eight. Tatman pitched four innings of shutout softball. She also allowed no hits, walked three and struck out five. After a scoreless first inning, Eastern got on the board in the second. Katy Mullins tripled and later scored on a fielder's choice off the bat of Arica Bollman. Megan Staggs drove in Taylor Reynolds with a fielder's choice. Johnson, who walked after Mullins' triple, also scored on an error in the inning. At the end of two, Eastern held a 3-0 lead. In the bottom of the fourth, the Lady Warriors added one run to their lead. Johnson tripled and scored on Reynolds' RBI-single. In the fifth, Eastern added another solo run. Shelby Mullins singled and moved to third on a series of wild pitches. Shelby scored on a sacrifice fly off the bat of Katy Mullins, giving the Lady Warriors a 5-0 lead. In the home-half of the sixth, Eastern added an insurance run when Bollman walked and scored after two wild pitches and an error. "Our hitting wasn't where it needs to be," said Purdy. "We need to make better contact and we were a little timid on the bases." Courtney Wiford was the only Lady Warrior with multiple hits on the night. "Wiford is an up-and-coming sophomore," said Purdy. "Katy also made some good contact. We are only about 75 percent of where we need to be. We have good depth at pitcher and good speed on the bases."
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Left, SSCC’s Jade Juska (Eastern) smashes a base hit during the Lady Patriots’ non-league victory over Miami-Middletown.
By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press The Southern State Lady Patriots stayed unbeaten on the season, sweeping two home doubleheaders last weekend. On Friday, the Lady Patriots played host to UC-Clermont and claimed two OCAC victories. "It was cold on Friday," said SSCC coach Katie Moberly. "We had to get ice off the tarp before we could remove it from the field. But Devan (Bernard) and Shelby (Kelley) pitched well in the cold." The Lady Patriots won the first game versus UC-Clermont by a score of 7-2. Kelley (Western Brown) picked up the win on the mound. She worked seven innings, allowing two runs, both unearned, on four hits. Kelley walked one and fanned 10. Gabby Holden (Fairfield) led the offense with four hits, including one double. Kelley added three hits with a double and one RBI. Kristi Beasley (North Adams) had two hits. Jade Juska (Eastern Brown) and Ryan Morse (Eastern Brown) added one hit each. Jackie Siegel (Ripley) walked and scored a run for the Lady Patriots. In the second game, Southern State pulled away, winning 10-2 in five innings. Bernard (Fairfield) got the win. She went five innings, allowing two runs, one earned, on six hits. Bernard walked four and struck out seven. Morse was the leading hitter in game two, connecting for three hits with a double and one RBI. Siegel, Holden and Brittany Colwell (Little Miami) added two hits each. Kelley finished 1-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. Juska picked up an RBI with a sacrifice. "We did a nice job moving kids around today," said
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SSCC’s Ryann Morse (Eastern) drives a ball versus MUM. Morse is currently hitting over .900 on the season.
Moberly. "You are not going to hit as well in the cold, so we did some situational things at the plate." On Saturday, Southern State hosted Miami-Middletown and scored 42 runs in the two-game sweep. In game one, the Lady Patriots took a five-inning win, 22-0. Kelley got the win on the hill. She worked three innings, allowing no runs and just one hit. Kelley walked one and struck out five. Katie Myers (Clinton-Massie) pitched two innings of scoreless relief. She allowed one hit, walked one and fanned four. "Myers pitched well for not seeing game action since last spring," said Moberly. Colwell was the leading hitter for SSCC in the game. She had four hits and four RBIs. Morse went 3-for-3 with a double and one RBI. Amber Frazer (Whiteoak) added two hits and three RBIs. Juska smashed a double and drove in two. In game two, the Lady
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Fayetteville’s Tori Huber had one hit in the Lady Rockets’ loss to Williamsburg.
Once again, it’s time for softball. The Fayetteville Lady Rockets kicked off their season with a Mar. 29 game at Williamsburg High School to take on the Lady Wildcats. The April showers that came a few days early did not stop this game from being played. However, they did affect he field conditions, turning the infield into mud and the outfield into some kind of soup. Unfortunately for the visiting Lady Rockets, it would not be an ideal start to the year. After both teams finished adjusting to the rough conditions and shaking off the cobwebs, the Lady Wildcats were the only team to make something of it. The girls in green struggled greatly just to get a hit. Williamsburg kept crossing home plate, and run-ruled
Fayetteville by a score of 10-0 in the bottom of the sixth inning. “I’d say we really did a good job,” said first year Lady Rockets’ coach Tom Ryan, in spite of the outcome, “(We faced) a very good pitcher; one of the best in the SBC. All we had to do was hit the ball and we would have been in the game. We played good defense, but we have to work on our hitting though.” Ryan continued, “I think we’ll do alright in the SHL, we may not win it, but we’ll win some games this year.” Fayetteville sophomore Brianna Plapp provided half of the offense for the Lady Rockets, going two-for-two at the plate. Tori Huber added a hit, as did Delaney Davis. First-time pitcher Olivia Mullins went five-plus innings, striking out five.
Patriots' bats stayed hot as they cruised to a 20-2 win. Bernard got the win in three innings of work. She allowed one run, earned, on four hits. Bernard fanned five and hit two batters. Beasley pitched two innings in relief. She allowed one run, earned, on three hits. Beasley walked none and struck out three. Kelley and Holden led the offense with three hits each. Morse and Bernard added two hits each. Bre Johnson (Miami Trace) blasted a three-run homer for SSCC. Siegel drove in two runs and Juska scored one run. "Our bats were active on Saturday," said Moberly. "We combined for 17 strikeouts from our pitchers. Everybody got some good innings and we were able to get some looks at different people in different positions."
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Lady Rockets fall in season opener By Jeremy Sharp Press Contributor
Eastern Lady Warriors defeat Lady Indians, 6-0
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Baseball 4/5 Western @ New Richmond 4/5 Georgetown @ Felicity 4/6 Fayetteville vs. Lynchburg 4/6 Ripley @ Fairfield 4/6 Eastern @ Manchester 4/7 Fayetteville vs. Manchester 4/7 Georgetown vs. East Clinton 4/8 Fayetteville @ Ripley 4/8 Eastern vs. Whiteoak 4/9 Western @ Bethel
4/9 Georgetown @ Batavia 4/10 Western @ Anderson (DH) 4/10 Georgetown @ Lynchburg (DH) 4/10 Eastern @ Huntington (DH) Softball 4/5 Western @ New Richmond 4/5 Fayetteville vs. Bethel 4/5 Georgetown @ Felicity 4/6 Western vs. Perkins
4/6 Fayetteville vs. Lynchburg 4/6 Ripley @ Fairfield 4/6 Eastern @ Manchester 4/7 Fayetteville vs. Manchester 4/7 Georgetown vs. East Clinton 4/8 Western @ Kings 4/8 Fayetteville @ Ripley 4/8 Eastern vs. Whiteoak 4/9 Western @ Bethel 4/9 Georgetown @ Batavia 4/10 Georgetown @ Lynchburg (DH)
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP CLEAN-UP DAYS 4/10 Eastern @ Huntington (DH) Track & Field 4/8, 4/9 Western, Georgetown, Ripley @ New Richmond Tennis 4/5 Western vs. CNE 4/6 Western vs. Goshen 4/7 Western @ Hillsboro 4/8 Western @ New Richmond
The Franklin Township Trustees and Brown County Solid Waste will hold their annual clean-up days for the township on April 8th, 9th and 10th. Dumpsters will be available in the lot opposite the township hall in Arnheim. Appliances will be accepted but must be kept separate. NO TIRES OR HAZARDOUS WASTE For further information contact Frank Fussnecker at 378-6665, Mike Kress at 446-3848 or Nicholas Dailey at 446-2371. We are not responsible for any accidents.
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Eastern soccer standout, Arica Bollman, has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Urbana University. In a ceremony at Eastern High School on March 16, Bollman signed her letter of intent to play soccer at the collegiate level. Bollman was the only senior on the 2009 Lady
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Warriors soccer team. She was a team captain and helped the Lady Warriors win an SHL championship, a sectional championship and finish with an overall record of 13-2-2. “Arica is one of the hardest working players we have ever coached,” said Eastern coach Rob Koehler. “She accepts
coaching extremely well and always did her best to use this to improve her game. We are excited for her and look forward to seeing her continue her career.” Bollman plans to major in Criminal Justice.
Bronco netters start 1-1 Bollman signs with Urbana
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Western’s Nate Robinson, the Broncos’ No. 1 singles player, gets set for a return during a match versus Glen Este. The Western boys are off to a 1-1 start, defeating Clinton-Massie 5-0 on Tuesday before falling to Glen Este by a score of 4-1 on Wednesday. Robinson won a tie-breaker against Massie as did Chase Latham in third singles. Howard and Helton won in a tie-breaker in second doubles over the Falcons. Elliott and Rymer won in straight sets in first doubles versus Massie. McRee Kidwell won his second singles match in straight sets on Tuesday. Kidwell won a tie-breaker over his Glen Este opponent on Wednesday. His victory was the only point Western got in the match. Both doubles matches went to tie-breakers against Glen Este.
Lady Broncos down CNE in opener The Western Lady Broncos played their first game on Wednesday., defeating CNE, 2-1. Danika Ratcliff pitched a complete game for her first varsity win, allowing no earned runs. Western scored two runs in the third inning. Courtney Jackson-Wahl started the inning with a lead-off double. Miranda Kelly had a two-out single to score Jackson-Wahl and Jeanette Cunningham.
Clermont Northeastern threatened in the seventh inning, but Destiny Ryan had an outstanding sliding catch in right field to help kill the rally. “It was a good win, especially for our first game,” said Western coach Blaine Wallace. “This game may play a huge role in the battle for our league title.”
Pictured with Arica are her parents, Ralph and Kathleen Bollman, Coaches Rob Koehler and Sarah Koehler, and Eastern athletic director Dylan Fain.
Youth track and field sign-ups scheduled
Quakers win OAC
The third annual youth track and field sign-ups are Wednesday, Apr. 7, at Mt. Orab McDonalds from 5-7 p.m. You may also sign-up Apr. 12, at 4 p.m. The program will consist of seven sessions and a track meet on May 21, at 6 p.m. The cost of the program is $40 and includes a healthy snack after each session and a T-shirt. Athletes will be introduced to track and field events and given the opportunity to sharpen their skills in their events of interest. The meet on May 28 will be televised. We look forward to working with your child to promote physical fitness in a positive environment. The youth track program is for grades k-6 and open to Clermont and Brown County residents. For more information, contact Tina Cooper at 513-479-4848.
BSC Vipers three-peat as indoor soccer champions Photo/RANDY SARVIS, WILMINGTON COLLEGE
Ethan Fite, a 2009 graduate of Western High School, played basketball at Wilmington College. The team won the Ohio Athletic Conference and won a seed to the Division III NCAA Tournament for the first time in Wilmington College history. They played in the tournament at Harrisonburg, Virginia where they advanced to the second round.
Five Bears named NAIA scholar athletes The Shawnee State women's basketball doesn't just succeed on the court, but they also excel in the classroom. All five of their juniors and seniors were named
NAIA Scholar Athletes as they have accumulated a grade point average of 3.5 in the classroom. Named NAIA Scholar Athletes were seniors Mallory Albers, Alison Meyer,
Alison Meyer, senior.
The Vipers are a group of local 10 and 11-year-old girls from Mt. Orab, Georgetown and Hamersville that play select soccer for the Beechmont Soccer Club. The Vipers are now preparing for their upcoming 2010 spring season in the Cincinnati United Soccer League (CUSL) and their tournament season. The team formed in the spring of 2009, and has since been on a constant climb toward the top. The Vipers were promoted from Div. 7 to Div. 5 after
their first season of play, and promoted again from Div. 5 to Div. 3 after this past fall season. Since forming, the BSC Vipers have amassed an outstanding record of 48-4-3. The BSC Vipers are always interested adding talented players and may be contacted through their website H Y P E R L I N K "http://www.leaguelineup.co m / v i p e r s s o c c e r " www.leaguelineup.com/vipers soccer, or you can follow the BSC Vipers on Facebook.
Jill Cropper, junior.
and Whitney Williams and juniors Jill Cropper and Keilee Guthrie. Albers, a 5-7 guard from Fort Loramie, Ohio, is a Natural Science major, with a concentration in Biology. She was accepted into SSU's Occupational Therapy's program and will begin in the fall of 2010. Meyer, a 6-0 forward from Hamler, Ohio, is majoring in Middle School Education, concentrating in Math and Science. Williams, a 5-9 guard from Coshocton, Ohio, is a Dental Hygiene major. Cropper, a 5-11 center from Georgetown, Ohio, is a double-major in the Physical Therapy program and Exercise Science. Guthrie, a 5-9 forward from Albany, Ohio, is majoring in Sport Management. Albers, Meyer, Williams, and Cropper are repeat NAIA Scholar Athletes.
The BSC Vipers recently completed another successful indoor soccer season at Town and Country Sports and Health Club in Wilder, KY by winning their third consecutive indoor championship. This indoor season, the Vipers stepped up to compete in U12 Girls Division 2 and finished with a 7-0-1 record. Each team in the division, including the Vipers, plays competitive soccer for one of the area’s many clubs. The Vipers scored 82 goals while holding opponents to just 27 goals this indoor season.
The indoor champion BSC Vipers pictured above are front row, l-to-r, Haley Richey, Rachel Kuttler, Shelby Elder, Autumn Boothby, Sadie Silvis and Alyssa Wedmore. Back row, l-to-r, Cana Kleemeyer, Jessica Fitzpatrick, Mackenzie Young, Alanis Daugherty and Dana Buttree. Cheyenne Dunseith was unavailable for photos.
Mallory Albers, senior.
Keilee Guthrie, junior.
Whitney Williams, senior.
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Bible Baptist Church, 994 W. Main St., Mt. Orab, will hold its free Annual Easter Breakfast Buffet 7-8 a.m. Sunday, April 4. The church’s services that morning will include Early Service at 8:30 a.m., Sunday School at 10 a.m. and Regular Service at 11 a.m. Mt. Orab United Methodist Church, 212 Church St., Mt. Orab, will hold an Easter Sunrise Service at 7 a.m. Sunday, April 4. A Free Breakfast will be served in the Fellowship Hall to those attending the Sunrise Service, and that will be followed by the church’s Contemporary True Light Service at 9 a.m. and Traditional Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School classes will meet at 10 a.m., and an Easter Egg Hunt will follow the 11 a.m. Worship Service. Further information is available by calling (937) 4441046. Easter Sunday events at Sardinia United Methodist Church, 110 Graham St., Sardinia, are as follow on Sunday, April 4: Easter Celebration with youths participating, 7 a.m.; Free Breakfast in Church Fellowship Hall, 8:15 a.m.; and Resurrection Celebration Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Taylor’s Chapel United Methodist Church, 2460 Greenbush West Road, Williamsburg (Sterling Township), will hold its Easter Sunrise Service at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, April 4. A Breakfast will be served in the Fellowship Hall after the Sunrise Service. St. Martin Chapel of St. Angela Merici Parish, 20864 State Route 251, St. Martin, will celebrate its Easter Sunday Mass at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, April 4. St. Michael’s Catholic Church, 220 S. High St., Mt. Orab, will celebrate its Easter Sunday Mass at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, April 4. Easter services at First Baptist Church, 704 S. High St., Mt. Orab, on Sunday, April 4, include Worship Service at 8:30 and 11 a.m. and Bible Study (Small Groups) at 9:45 a.m. The church offers
interactive ministry for children during both worship services and the Bible Study Hour. Further information is available by calling (937) 444-2712 or looking up www.fbcm torab.org. Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church will host a Free Breakfast at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, April 4, at Hamersville ElementaryMiddle School Cafetorium, 1950 U.S. 125, Hamersville. The church’s Easter Morning Worship Service will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the school with music from the Choir, the Praise Team and the Praise Band. A nursery will be offered, and activity bags will be provided for older children who remain in the Worship Service. Additional information is available by calling the church office at (937) 379-1225 or visiting www.mtneboum coh.com. St. Patrick Chapel of St. Angela Merici Parish, 130 Stone Alley, Fayetteville, will celebrate its Easter Sunday Mass at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 4. Monday Sardinia Friends of The Library will have a Silent Auction set up in the Sardinia Public Library, 13309 Purdy Road, Sardinia, from Monday, April 5, though Friday, April 17. Auction items will be on display and open for bids during the library’s regular hours of operation. Anyone who would like to donate items for the Silent Auction may call (937) 213-1420 or (937) 446-1565. Proceeds will be used to support library programs. Tire Amnesty Grant Program application deadline for 2010 is Monday, April 5. Ohio Department of Natural Resources encourages Ohio communities, schools and businesses to apply. Applicants may represent multiple entities and may address more than one market for spare tires. Grant funding is dependent upon the number of tires recovered to a maximum of $20,000. Further information is available by visiting ohiodnr.com/recycling. Deadline to register for voting in the Brown County Primary Election on Tuesday, May 4, will be Monday, April 5. Those wishing to vote must be 18 on or before the General Election, which is scheduled Tuesday, Nov. 2, and also must be an Ohio resident at least 30 days before the Primary Election date. Places to register on April 5 include: Brown County Board of Elections, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown, 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Mt. Orab Municipal Building, 211 S. High St., Mt. Orab, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Aberdeen Municipal Building, 99 Main Cross St., Aberdeen, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; and Mary P. Shelton Public Library, 200 W. Grant Ave., Georgetown, or other Brown County Public Library branches in Fayetteville, Mt. Orab and Sardinia and Union Township Public Library branches in Aberdeen, Ripley, and Russellville during
COURT NEWS Property Sales Matthew A. and Heather Emery to Joyce and Jerry Latham, Lots 102 and 103 (Rich Addition), Hamersville Village, $43,334 Waynoka Property Owners Association Inc. to Michael J. Carroll and Diane Inglis, Lot 3339 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Franklin Twp., $500 Waynoka Property Owners Association Inc. to James and Hope Bechdolt, Lot 2478 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Franklin Twp., $500 Richard L. Stone to Douglas W. Dever Jr., 3.81 acres, Green Twp., $130,000 Timothy R. and Nita L. Warnock to Green Tree Servicing, L.L.C., 5.39 acres, Green Twp., $65,000 Waynoka Property Owners Association Inc. to Jessie Young, Lot 523 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $1,250 Waynoka Property Owners Association Inc. to Beve R. and Eileen M. Brown, Lot 862 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $700 Jeff Devilbliss to Jeremy Fields, Lot 908 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $500 Anthony A. and Tamara J. Reed to Darryl W. and Therica L Slusher, Lot 1134 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $100 Michael A. and Patty Wentz to Shannon Hornschemeier, 40 acres, Lewis Twp., $279,000 U.S. Bank, N.A., as trustee to George A. and Patricia Miller, 8.24 acres, Scott Twp., $66,000 Billy W. and Margaret R. Pilkerton to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P., 2.99 acres (Lot 18 – Whispering Wynds Subdivision), Sterling Twp., $46,667
Marriages Kimberly McMaughey, 42, Ripley, Registered Nurse, and Gregory Stauffer, 50, Ripley, aircraft controller Julia Elizabeth Saylor, 26, Georgetown, and Craig Thomas Clark, 28, Georgetown, assistant manager
Probate Susan Nicole Dumford, Sardinia, Case No. 20101043, DOD 05/05/09, file date 03/24/10 Margaret A. Honaker, Mt. Orab, Case No. 20101042, DOD 03/13/10, file date 03/24/10 Charles W. Suttles, Blanchester, Case No. 20101045, DOD 02/10/10, file date 03/25/10 Allen Lee Thompson, Mt. Orab, Case No. 20101041, DOD 12/15/09, file date 03/23/10 Jeanette Williams, Ripley, Case No. 20101044, DOD 06/26/09, file date 03/25/10
Common Pleas CIVIL CASES Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A. vs. James Dodson, other civil Equable Ascent Financial, L.L.C. vs. Robby H. Lahey, other civil In Re: 1973 Regent Mobile Home vs. Marie K. Sullivan, other civil Chase Bank (U.S.A.), N.A. vs. Donna Jackson, other civil Ford Motor Company, L.L.C. vs. Michael W. Daulton, other civil Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A. vs. Kim Meenach, other civil Discovery Bank care of DFS Services, L.L.C. vs. Timothy J. Canfield, other civil Discovery Bank care of DFS Services, L.L.C. vs. John Kevin Dugan, other civil U.S. Bank, N.A. vs. Jeremy Spires et al, foreclosure Citifinancial Inc. vs. Walter R. Lang also known as Richard Lang also known as Walter Lang et al, foreclosure U.S. Bank, N.A. vs. John M. Puckett II et al, foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. formerly known as Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. vs. Ronald Shaffer Jr. et al, foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company Madisonville Operations vs. Audrey D. Keaton et al, foreclosure Discover Bank, issuer of the Discover Card by its servicing agent DFS Services, L.L.C. vs. Charles W. Wagner, other civil Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A., formerly known as Capital One Bank vs. Tamela J. Carpenter, other civil Tina Meranda vs. Hon. Scott T. Gusweiler, other civil Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A., formerly known as Capital One Bank vs. Jonathan K. Wahl, other civil Jack N. Simons vs. Aberdeen Village et al, Workers’ Compensation State of Ohio vs. David Schwarberg et al, other civil DOMESTIC CASES Mindy Bradshaw, Fayetteville, vs. Ryan Bradshaw, Fayetteville, termination of marriage Shanna Pettit, Hamersville, vs. Fred Pettit Jr., Hamersville, domestic violence Allison Attinger, Fayetteville, vs. Brian Attinger, Fayetteville, termination of marriage Bonnie Barnett, Mt. Orab, vs. Harold Barnett, no address given, domestic violence Kathleen A. Bauer, Ripley, vs. Michelle Bowling, Ripley, stalking order Kathleen A. Bauer, Ripley, vs. Lonnie Bowling, Ripley, stalking order Jerry Storer, Williamsburg, vs. Tonya Storer, Batavia, domestic violence Sherry Adamson, Georgetown, vs. Johnathon T. Adamson, Georgetown, termination of marriage
regular hours plus any Bureau of Motor Vehicles office, any county treasurer’s office, any school, or any designated agency which provides public assistance or disability programs during regular hours. Further information is available by calling BCBE at (937) 378-3008.
Sunday Bible Chapel United Church of Christ, 119 North Ave., Hamersville, will host a Community Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. Sunday, April 4, along with Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church and Hamersville Church of Christ. Pastor Bill Godby of Bible Chapel UCC will deliver the message “Alleluia” with other participants being Rev. Mike Starkey, pastor of Mt. Nebo UMC, and Rev. Tom Friskney, pastor of Hamersville Church of Christ. There will be light refreshments and a time of fellowship following the service. Bible Chapel’s regular Easter morning services will be Sunday School for both children and adults at 9:30 a.m. and Worship Service at 10:30 a.m.
Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, April 5, at the Commissioners’ Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Northern Brown Senior Center at St. Martin’s Chapel Hall in St. Martin will host activities for senior citizens including blood pressure screening 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, April 5. Indoor walking also is slated during that time. All area citizens 55 and older are invited to attend. Free bingo will be offered to senior citizens 60 and older 9:45-11:15 a.m. Monday, April 5, at the Brown County Senior Nutrition Center, 505 N. Main St., Georgetown. Those coming are asked to bring a wrapped $1 gift for the prize table. All senior citizens are invited to attend for fun, fellowship and food. A regular nutritional lunch will be served at noon each weekday at the Center. Brown County Budget Commission will meet at noon Monday, April 5, in the Brown County Commissioners’ Conference Room, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Hospice of Hope, 909 Kenton Station Drive, Maysville, Ky., will offer a Grief and Loss Support Group 1-2 p.m. Monday, April 5, and the first Monday of every month for individuals who have lost a loved one recently. Further information is available by calling 1-800-928-4848 or (606) 759-4050. Mt. Orab Women’s Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Mt. Oreb Depot, 200 Woodward St., Mt. Orab. New members are welcome. Further information is available by calling (513) 310-2230. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter in Mt. Orab will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St. Further information is available by calling Hope Fain at (937) 444-0404. TOPS Chapter in Ripley will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at Ripley Church of The Nazarene, 230 N. Second St. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501. TOPS Chapter in Sardinia will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at Sardinia Church of The Nazarene on SardiniaMowrystown Road. Further information is available by calling Bobbi Wilson at (937) 446-4662. Eagle Township Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Township Building in Fincastle. Sardinia-Mowrystown Lioness Club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April 5, at Washington Township Community Park Building, formerly known as SardiniaMowrystown Lions Club Park Building, 7731 Tri-County Highway East, Sardinia. Journey of Fitness Classes will be held Mondays-Thursdays for eight weeks at Lake Waynoka Health and Recreation Center beginning Monday, April 5, and lasting through Thursday, May 27. Monday sessions will be “Boot Camp: Get Tough”, Tuesday sessions will be “Zumba”, Wednesday sessions will be “Step Aerobics”, and Thursday sessions will be “Body Sculpting”. Starting time will be 7 p.m. each session. Anyone planning on taking the class should call to register so his or her name will be on file at the entrance gate. Further information is available by calling (937) 446-1778. Holy Trinity Church, 140 N. Sixth St., Batavia, will host bingo at 7 p.m. Monday, April 5. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the kitchen at 6 p.m. Aberdeen Village Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Municipal Building. George A. Lambert Post 755 of the American Legion and Post 755 Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Legion Hall on College Avenue in Sardinia. Carey Bavis Post 180 of the American Legion will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the Post, 1001 S. Main St., Georgetown. Monday and Tuesday Brown County General Hospital Auxiliary will host an “Around The Clock” $5 jewelry sale in the BGCH Main Hallway, 425 Home St., Georgetown, from 7 a.m. Monday, April 5, through 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 6. “Masquerade” will have a large selection of jewelry items and other accessories at only $5 each. Credit cards, checks and cash will be accepted. Proceeds will assist the Auxiliary in providing needed patient care items for the hospital. Tuesday Brown County Health Department, 826 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown, will administer general immunizations 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, or other days by appointment. Those wishing to be immunized need to bring their shot records with them.
U.S. Grant Grand Ball is coming on April 24 The U.S. Grant Homestead Association’s Civil War Grand Ball will be at the Floral Hall on the Brown County Fairgrounds in Georgetown, on Saturday April 24, and the Ball will start with the Grand March at 8 p.m. At 7 p.m. we will again have complimentary horse-drawn carriage rides for all ball-goers to get you from the parking area up to the Floral Hall. Costumes are required for attendance at the Ball. Need a costume? Don’t wait too much longer— we’re about three weeks away from the big event! Here are some places to try: Schenz Theatricals in Camp Washington (513) 542-6100); Costume Castle (513) 831-8121) at Ward’s Corner Road and I-275; Best of Both Worlds (513) 753-6611) on Ohio Pike in Amelia; and the new “Belle of the Ball” shop at the Grant Avenue School Emporium in Georgetown (call Jonie Kattine at this shop at (937) 378-4866). There will be period music for dancing and plenty of food and refreshments, and tickets for the Ball are only $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 12 and under for this wonderful evening of going back in time (and don’t forget about all those dashing men in military uniforms!). Tickets will be available at Donohoo Pharmacy, the Purdy and Ring Law office, the Bailey House Bed and Breakfast in Georgetown, and at the door. For more information, call (937) 378-3087 or (937) 378-4119. American Legion will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Post on Elk River Road in Ripley. Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2293 and Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Eagles Lodge in Georgetown. Brown County Fair Board will meet at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Brown County Fairgrounds in Georgetown. Wednesday Georgetown Lions Club will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Fireside Restaurant in Georgetown. Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Commissioners’ Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Rambler Weavers will meet 9:30 a.m.noon Wednesday, April 7, at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School) in Russellville. Membership in the Rambler Weavers group is open to any interested person. Further information is available by calling Geri Cahall at (937) 3783426.
Brown County Commissioners Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Brown County Health Department will offer cholesterol screenings 8-10:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month, including April 8, or any other day by appointment. Anyone with questions may call (937) 3786892 or toll free 1-866-867-6892 and ask for one of the nurses. Brown County Subdivision Regulations Review Board Committee will meet at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Brown County Planning Commission Office, 740 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Northern Brown Senior Center at St. Martin’s Chapel Hall in St. Martin will conduct an Arthritis Exercise Program beginning at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 8, for interested citizens 55 and older. Indoor walking is scheduled 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and chair volleyball practice will be held. Lunch will be eaten out. Brown County Writers’ Group will meet 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Mt. Orab Branch of the Brown County Public Library, 613 S. High St., Mt. Orab.
TOPS Chapter in Aberdeen will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Riverbend Apartments Community Room. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501.
George A. Lambert Post 755 of the American Legion will host instant bingo at 6 p.m., Early Bird bingo at 7:15 p.m. and regular bingo at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Legion Hall on College Avenue in Sardinia.
Union Township Public Library Board of Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Union Township Public Library in Ripley.
Russellville Kiwanis Club will meet at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Russellville Firehouse.
Yoga class will be held 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at Hospice of Hope Ohio Valley Office, 215 Hughes Blvd., Mt. Orab. The cost is $8. Further information is available by calling Jane Amiot at (513) 5357507. Southern State Community College Theatre will hold auditions for the spring one-act play “Man Woman Flower” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, in the Edwards K. Daniels Auditorium on the SSCC Central Campus, 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro. Auditions are open to SSCC students and the general public. Those planning to audition are asked to memorize a one-minute to two-minute monologue from a comedic play or from the selections provided on the SSCC Theatre website at www.sscctheatre.com. Callbacks, if needed, will be held the same evening as auditions. Rehearsals will be held 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning April 14, and the play will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 2. Further information is available by contacting the SSCC Theatre at email@example.com. Sardinia Founder’s Day Celebration Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. Anyone interested in helping with this year’s three-day festival in June is invited and encouraged to attend. Ripley Life Squad will host bingo at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Life Squad Building, 799 S. Second St., Ripley. Doors will open at 5 p.m. Bible Baptist Church, 994 W. Main St., Mt. Orab, will host the Awana Truth Training Club for third through sixth-graders 7:158:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. Further information is available by calling Jarrod McGinnis at (937) 444-2493.
Green Township Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Township Hall in Greenbush. Catholic Rural Life Conference of the St. Martin Deanery will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church Fellowship Hall in Arnheim. CRLC is a group which seeks to bring a Christian perspective to life in rural areas, preserve rural heritage, and work to promote dialogue between rural and urban leaders. Further information including directions is available by calling Pat Hornschemeier at (937) 378-4769 (day) or (937) 378-4560 (evening). The group will meet this year on the second Thursday of each evenly-numbered month while it met last year on the third Monday of each such month. Georgetown Village Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Municipal Building. Union Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Union Township Public Library in Ripley. Brown County Community Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Board Building at 85 Banting Drive, Georgetown. This is a change from the board’s normal meeting date of the first Thursday of each month. Georgetown Masonic Lodge 72 Free and Accepted Masons will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at West Grant Avenue and North Main Street in Georgetown. Aberdeen Huntington Township Museum Board and membership will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at the Aberdeen Municipal Building.
Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 6, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia.
Jefferson Township Trustees will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Township Building on South Columbus Street in Russellville.
Alcoholics Anonymous will meet 8:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, 220 S. High St., Mt. Orab.
Adams Brown Community Action Program will host bingo every Tuesday, including April 6, at 406 W. Plum St., Georgetown. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with bingo beginning at 7 p.m. Further information is available by calling (937) 378-6041, Ext. 257.
Brown County Democratic Party Central and Executive Committee will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at the Brown County Senior Services Building, 505 N. Main St., Georgetown.
Friday Purity Conference 2010 will be held Friday, April 9, at St. Patrick Catholic Church and St. Patrick Parochial School Gymnasium, 110 E. Third St., Maysville, Ky. Youth sessions will be held 8 a.m.-5 p.m. with tickets costing $20 and including lunch and dinner. The evening session is open to the public and begins at 6 p.m. There is no admission to the evening session, but adult lunches and dinners will be $5 each. Further information is available by calling (937) 3784396 or (606) 782-3773.
Mt. Orab Board of Public Affairs will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Municipal Building, 211 S. High St., Mt. Orab. Ohio Tobacco Museum Inc. will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the museum, 703 S. Second St., Ripley. Lake Waynoka Lions Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Lake Waynoka Lodge. Washington Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Sardinia Fire House, 169 Winchester St., Sardinia. This is a change from the trustees’ regular meeting dates, which are the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Mt. Orab Village Council will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, at the Village Municipal Building, 211 S. High St., Mt. Orab. Courts-Fussnecker Post 367 of the
Thursday Franklin Township Cleanup Days, sponsored by the Brown County Solid Waste Authority, are scheduled ThursdaySaturday, April 8-10, at the lot opposite the Township Hall in Arnheim. Appliances will be accepted, but must be kept separate. Tires and hazardous waste will not be accepted Further information is available by calling trustees Frank Fussnecker at (937) 3786665, Mike Kress at (937) 446-3848 or Nicholas Dailey at (937) 446-2371. Eagle Township Cleanup Days, sponsored by the Brown County Solid Waste Authority, are scheduled 7 a.m-7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, April 8-10, at the Township Building in Fincastle. The following items cannot be accepted: tires, liquids or paints, freon bearing appliances, leadacid batteries, propane tanks, and hazardous waste. Further information is available by calling (937) 442-4605, (937) 6951237 or (937) 695-9922. Brown County Solid Waste Authority will meet at 8 a.m. Thursday, April 8, at the
Free knitting and crocheting classes will be held 10 a.m.-noon Friday, April 9, at the Rambler Center (old RussellvilleJefferson High School) in Russellville and continue each Friday morning until Memorial Day Weekend in May. Anyone who would like information and a list of supplies or who wishes to register may call Mary Kelch at (513) 734-2501 or (513) 5433137. Moler Raceway Park, 2059 HarkerWaits Road, Williamsburg (Sterling Township), will host Brown County Chamber of Commerce Night Friday, April 9, with UMP Modifieds, Street Stocks and Late Models. Chamber members should bring their business cards for a drawing. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. with Hot Laps
at 7 p.m. and racing at 7:30 p.m. Further information is available at the park’s website at www. molerracewaypark.com. Carey Bavis Post 180 of The American Legion will host bingo beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, April 9, at the Post, 1001 S. Main St., Georgetown. New Harmony Lodge No. 435 Free and Accepted Masons will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 9, at the lodge home in Mt. Orab. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 9, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. Friday and Saturday Ripley Farmers Market has moved from 30 Main St. to 14 Main St. in downtown Ripley. The Market continues to serve its customers with farm fresh eggs, freeranged chickens, baked goods, onions, potatoes and other items. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays including April 9 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays including April 10. Anyone who needs further information or wishes to become a vendor may contact Vicki Bixler at (937) 515-0109. Saturday Georgetown Church of Christ Grapevine Ministry will be going door to door throughout Georgetown beginning Saturday, April 10, offering Bibles to families and words of encouragement to help people through these troubled times. Whiteoak Valley Grange on East Main Street, Mowrystown, next to Edgington Funeral Home, will hold its Annual Soup Supper 4-7 p.m. Saturday, April 10. A variety of homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts and drinks will be offered for a donation to benefit Whiteoak Valley Grange. Further information is available by calling (937) 4462070 or (937) 442-4704. Ripley Life Squad will host bingo at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 10, at the Life Squad Building, 799 S. Second St., Ripley. Doors will open at 5 p.m. Courts-Fussnecker Post 367 of the American Legion will host a dance 8 p.m.midnight Saturday, April 10, at the Post, 2944 Elk River Road, Ripley. The event is open to the public.
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Upcoming Events Batavia Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary will host its Monthly All You Can Breakfast 9-11:30 a.m. Sunday, April 11, at 265 Foundry Drive, Batavia, at the corner of Clough Pike and State Route 132. The cost is $7, and the meal will include eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, and other items. Anyone interested in purchasing a carry-out meal or in obtaining further information may call (513) 732-9035. Brown County Health Department, 826 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown, will offer two evening Immunization Clinics to accommodate working parents 1-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, and Tuesday, May 4. These are walk-in clinics with no appointments being necessary. Those attending should bring their shot records with them. Further information is available by calling (937) 3786892 or toll-free 1-866-867-6892. Hamersville Elementary-Middle School 2010-11 Kindergarten Registration will take place 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, during Parent-Teacher Conferences at HEMS, 1950 State Route 125, Hamersville. Those registering a child are asked to bring the child’s birth certificate, shot record and Social Security Number. Parents also are asked to bring their registered child to the Registration to receive his or her free T-shirt. Magic Waters Theatre, 7757 Cave Road, Bainbridge, will hold its 2010 auditions 1-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18. There will be no need to attend both days. There will be parts for adults, senior citizens, teen-agers and children. No preparation will be needed as audition materials will be provided. Although some extremely experienced actors are cast in the theater’s roles, total novices to the stage also are welcome to try out. Further information is available by calling (937) 365-1388. •••••••••• Anyone involved with a governing body, an organization, or a regularly-scheduled activity that has a meeting date and/or time or location change should contact The Brown County Press two weeks in advance, if possible, about that change(s) so the correct date and/or time may be listed in the Weekly Calendar. Also, anyone who would like an activity listed in The Brown County Press’ Weekly Calendar that currently is not listed should call the newspaper office during regular hours at (937) 444-3441. An extended version of this Calendar is available on the Brown County Press’ website at browncountypress.com.
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A PART-TIME Social Worker, having a degree in Social Work or a license in Social work, is needed to assist in our present Social Service department. Please send resume to Health Facilities Engineers, 12745 Elm Corner Rd., Williamsburg, Ohio 45176.
NOW ACCEPTING applications: 2nd shift/full time, 2:30-10:30. Includes weekends. Direct care aides needed for individuals w/developmental disabilities in a residential setting. Must have a valid driver’s license, clean background check & a high school diploma/GED. Experience preferred, but will train. Apply in person at 3467 Twin Bridges Rd., Williamsburg, Ohio 45176. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
CARRINGTON FARM Supply - Part time Seasonal CDL Truck Drivers needed April through approximately July. Please apply at 69 Race Street, Georgetown, OH 45121 NOW HIRING: Compa937-378-3221. nies desperately need emCARRINGTON FARM ployees to assemble prodSupply - Part time sea- ucts at home. No selling, sonal Office Assistant any hours. $500 weekly Info. needed immediately potential. through approximately 1-985-646-1700 DEPT. October. Please submit OH-7268 resumes to Carrington 206 - BUSINESS Farm Supply, 69 Race OPPORTUNITIES Street, Georgetown, OH 45121. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR - Columbus CNA’S NEEDED to based company needs intouch the heart of those in dependent contractor for need, in the coming sea- mortgage inspections in sons of giving, and all Clermont & Highland year round! We offer 12 Counties. No experience hour shift. Call or stop by necessary, will train. to fill out an application. Must have computer, Internet service, digital 937-378-3727. camera, & reliable transDRIVE YOUR Future portation. Call for more with a Steady Paycheck. info: 614-329-7280. Become an over the road 300 - APTS. UNFURNISHED semi driver with Roehl. 1BR APARTMENT We Can provide you the training you need to start w/W/D hookup, AC, proa great truck driving ca- pane heat, FP, no pets, electric appliances, quiet reer. 800-535-8177. surroundings, HamersGoRoehl.com AA/EOE ville area. $350 plus deDRIVER NEEDED - posit. 513-200-3023. Haul water for home deliveries, local area, CDL 2BR, 1BA in George2/yrs. experience. town. C/A, heat, W/D hookup, stove, refrigera513-625-7072. tor & dish washer. Water/sewer included. DRIVERS: CDL-A $500/mo. plus $500/dep. Teams & O/O’s Earn Top No Pets. 937-213-3124. dollar Running Specialty Cargo for Midwest Car- 2ND STORY 2br, Sarrier. Apply: dinia, $425/mo, $425/dep. www.RandRtruck.com Electric efficient heat, 866-204-8006 water/sewer/trash included. 877-587-2230. HAIRDRESSER NEEDED for busy salon ACCEPTING APPLIin Sardinia. Managers li- CATIONS for 1, 2 & cense preferred but not 3br, Equal Opportunity necessary. Need to be Housing, apply at Forest available to work eve- Glade Apartments, 9001 nings & Saturdays. Start Airport Rd., Georgetown, out part-time, work into OH, 937-378-4565. full-time. If interested please call 937-515-3214, FAYETTEVILLE - like ask for Angela or call new 2 bedroom duplex, 937-446-2306 and ask for heat pump w/C/A, washer dryer hookup, storage Angela or Rosa. bldg. Near library & walking trail. $625 rent MT. ORAB business w/reference & deposit. seeking part-time office Call 513-875-2846. assistant. Word/spreadsheets/computer knowlFELICITY edge necessary. Must be GARRISON PLACE detailed oriented and able SENIOR to handle multiple tasks. APARTMENTS Dependable and punctual. 62 & OVER Call 937-393-0018. Rent Subsidized Free Utilities Secure Bldg. MYSTERY SHOPOn-site laundry PERS, earn up to $100 Pets allowed per day, undercover shop513-876-3590 pers needed to judge retail TTY 800-750-0750 & dining establishments, experience not required. 1-877-581-1844.
INSURANCE AGENCY Looking for a mature individual who is a “people person” and capable of learning new skills. Comfortable with working on a computer and detail oriented. No previous insurance experience is necessary.
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MORRISON PLACE APARTMENTS Now renting 2 bedroom apartment with a den, rent starting at $550.00 with attached garage, washer & dryer hookups. For 55 & older accepting applications
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LYTLE TRACE Apartments, Williamsburg, OH. Unfurnished, age 62+, 1br, secure building, utilities included, rent subsidized, laundry room, community room, library, cozy living. Call 513-724-3358.
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Hamant Villa Apartments Seniors Only Equipped Kitchen Washer/Dryer Hookup All Electric Heat Water/Sewage/Garbage Included Deposit Same As Rent $550
NOW RENTING One bedroom apartment, utilities included. Rent is income based. Applicants must meet eligibility criteria and have a mental illness. For more information call Amanda 937-378-6041, Ext. 257
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513-313-8262 or 513-724-2841 MT. ORAB - 2br, 1ba, $575/mo., $575/dep., w/washer/dryer, stove, refrigerator, water/sewer/garbage included. Also brand new, $600/mo. w/cathedral ceilings. 513-504-3368 or 513-616-6817. MT. ORAB - 2br apartment, 1st floor, $450/mo., $450/dep., no pets. 937-444-2689. RIPLEY SCHOOLHOUSE Apartments, 1br units available, Move-in Rent Special, rent-$255 plus utilities, for Seniors 62 years old, disabled or handicapped. For questions call 937-392-9216 or 937-378-6603. Managed by Brown County Senior Citizens Council.
SARDINIA 2br, $475/dep, $475/mo. & 1br, $400/dep., $400/mo., water & trash included. 513-615-1493.
“SPRING FORWARD WITH THIS DEAL” Efficiency & 1br A/C, extra storage Nice size Ask what spring has in store for you.
513-724-3951 “SPRING TIME MOVING TIME” Large 2br A/C, W/D hookup Extra storage Nice property! Call, it won’t last!!
303 - HOUSES FOR RENT 2BR BEAUTIFUL house located near Scenic Historical Covered Bridge, creek, garage, Mt. Orab area, $595 per month. Good credit history, deposit required, available June 1st. 513-532-7560. BETHEL - 3br, 2ba, 2-car garage, double lot, excellent condition, purchase option available, $975/mo. 513-235-9861. FOR RENT: 3br, 2ba, single family home in Mt. Orab, $850/dep., $850/mo. 937-444-6724.
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300 - APTS. UNFURNISHED 300 - APTS. UNFURNISHED 303 - HOUSES FOR RENT 307 - MOBILE HOMES FAYETTEVILLE, FOR RENT MT. ORAB 5/RM., 2br, 1.5baths, w/d LYNCHBURG - nice 2BR hookup storage bldg., Townhouse apartments, MENTION THIS AD & RECEIVE ONE HALF OFF 1ST MONTH’S RENT & $99 DEPOSIT Fully equipped kitchen, central air, natural gas heat, on-site laundry. No pets. No HUD/Section 8, $565 and up. Deposit same as rent. Water, sewer & trash included. On Candlelight Way off E. Main St. Visit our photo gallery & website @
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GEORGETOWN - 2 & 3br apartments available for immediate occupancy. 2br, 1ba, c/a, all kitchen appliances, w/d hookup, $560/mo & util., $560/dep. 3br, 1.5ba, 1-car att. garage, c/a, all kitchen appliances, laundry room, $675/mo & util. $675/dep., 513-253-8170 or 513-616-3504.
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1 bedroom mobile home back yard, $475 rent partially furnished. Gaw/references & deposit. rage, blacktop drive & Call 513-875-2846. fenced yard. $390 rent w/reference & deposit. FELICITY/GEORGECall 513-875-2846. TOWN AREA, 3br, 1ba, references required. NICE 1BR mobile home $350/mo., $350/dep. near Hamersville, NO PETS. Has stove, fridge, 606-845-2291. shed. Single or couple $425/rent, FOR RENT: Country preferred. Call home, 3 or 4br, 1ba, $425/deposit. $500/mo., $500/dep. NO 937-378-6827. PETS! 937-379-2236 ask 308-OFFICE/BUSINESS for Becky.
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HAMERSVILLE, 3BR, 3ba ranch, full finished basement, country setting, all appliances included + washer/dryer. $850/mo. plus utilities neg. 513-479-1538. HOUSE FOR rent in Lake Lorelei, lakefront home, 3br, 1ba, $750/mo., $750/dep. 513-875-3459. NEW RICHMOND Newly remodeled home, 2br, in town, natural gas heat/ central air, $600/mo. NO PETS!!!!! Call 513-752-0374. SMALL 2BR house, Williamsburg Village. Fenced back yard. New carpet, water, sewage, garbage included in $525/mo. 12 mo. lease w/security deposit. 513-876-2572.
UPTOWN BUILDING, prime location, 2000sq. ft., great for retail or office space. Call 937-205-1678 for details.
400 - HOUSES FOR SALE FARM WITH nice 1.5 story older home w/basement, 3 car detached garage, barns & 20 rolling acres with large rock lined creek and woods, great for hunting or farming, more or less acreage available, Bethel New Hope Rd., 1 mi. from Clermont County line, Western Brown but close enough for Bethel. Asking $215,000
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DUMP TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED 2 Years experience CDL Clean driving record Local Hauling. Work available now! Call: Carl Ritter Trucking
513-625-7072 400 - HOUSES FOR SALE
501 - CHILD CARE
MT. ORAB - For sale 110 Nathans Lane, 3br, 2ba home, 2-car garage, 5yrs. old in nice neighborhood near schools, $119,900, possible short term owner financing for credit repair. Use stimulus money for down payment. Possible no down payment w/money back to you at closing. Hurry, must be under contract by April 30th. Dennis Wright Properties, 937-213-2060.
CHILD CARE services in my Mt. Orab home, flexible hours from Mon.-Fri. for all ages, full or part-time. 513-312-8778 anytime.
403- MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE/rent to own16x80 mobile home on private rental lot. Mt. Orab area. 513-833-3061. LEESBURG AREA PRIVATE COUNTRY living. Singlewide on 10 acres. Option to take over payments at $610/mo. Bank will allow loan assumption. Selling as is. Make offer. 937-446-2739/513-4048073.
405 - LOTS & ACREAGE 513-734-6349 or 937-444-6925 Dan (May also sell for less with fewer acres)
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CHRISTIAN MOM will provide childcare in her Mt. Orab home first shift, flexible hours, WBSD, reasonable rates, meals and snacks included. References upon request. Call Angel 513-724-0830.
504 - BUSINESS SERVICES CONCRETE WORK Sidewalks, patios, driveways, bobcat work, steps, basements, garage floors, etc. Free Estimates. 30yrs. experience. Call 937-392-4138 or 513-628-8498. Don’t be put to shame, B.M.T. is the Game. JOHN’S GENERAL MAINTENANCE Mowing, tilling, plumbing, gravel/dirt hauling, equipment/general repairs, electrical, home clean-up outside/inside, backhoe work, electrical. 937-444-2694.
506 - CLEANING RESIDENTIAL CLEANING or just needing some spring cleaning, great rates, and even better references. Call for a quote, or for more information. 513-255-4342.
W/large rock lined 306creek & woods, great COTTAGES/CAMPSITES FAYETTEVILLE - for hunting or farming. More or less 4-CAMP SITES for rent Lake Lorelei, 139 Munacreage available. on the Ohio River, ster Dr., fishing, boating, Bethel New Hope Rd. Ripley, Ohio. Full 1-mile from hookup, free docking, no skiing on beautiful Lake Clermont County line, worry about flooding wa- Lorelei, nice manufac507 - SEWING Western Brown but ter. Call Dave tured home overlooking & ALTERATIONS close enough for 937-515-2984. lake, 3br, 2ba, stone fireBethel. For all your sewing needs 307 - MOBILE HOMES place, deck on two large for you, your family and Asking $199,500 your home. Call 937-444FOR RENT lots, oversize 2/3-car deDan 4276. Reasonable rates, 513-734-6349 or 2BR, 1BA, stove & re- tached garage, mature expert service. frigerator furnished, shade, fruit trees, spring 937-444-6925 washer/dryer hookup, (Smaller parcels also C/A, storage building, special $90,000, possible available) $475/mo. plus deposit, no owner financing. Use pets. 937-444-2909. stimulus money for down LOT FOR Sale. Has seppayment. Possible no tic & water, mature shade, The Classifieds Are the COUNTRY, YET con- down payment w/money quiet location, dead end. Cat’s Meow. venient, 2br near Bethel, back to you at closing. Call 937-444-3765. all electric, fresh paint, new carpet, small storage Hurry, must be under 406 - FARMS FOR SALE barn, no pets, available contract by April 30th. GEORGETOWN - 195 now! $500. Dennis Wright Properties, acres, 13 tillable, 937-379-2277 or $1800/acre. 937-213-2060. 513-310-0646. Area shoppers know the Classifieds are the purr-fect place to find a bargain. In the Classifieds, you can track down deals on everything from collectibles to cars. It’s easy to place an ad or find the items you want and it’s used by hundreds of area shoppers every day.
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3000 FORD Tractor diesel, new paint, new rubber, works good. Four row John Deere corn planter, works well. New Idea one row corn picker, works good! Call 937-444-3966.
611 - WANTED TO BUY CASH TODAY! Antiques, furniture, records, gold, silver, jewelry, coins, tools, game systems, DVDs “ALL MOST ANYTHING”. 937-378-1819 or 937-378-2850. PAYING CASH, old stoves, washers, dryers, rusty old tools, nuts, bolts, autos, lawn mowers, bikes, antiques, toys in any condition. Tractors, barn full, no problem. We buy it all. 937-444-5122.
613 - PETS AND SUPPLIES
702-MISC.NOTICES IF YOU used Type 2 Diabetes Drug Avandia and suffered a stroke or heart attack. You may be entitled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535-5727.
CHAROLAIS BULL & Heifer Sale on April 9th at 12pm at the Maysville Blue Grass Stockyard. Selling 10 Registered Polled Bulls, 12-18/mos., seaman tested, 7 out of 10 qualify for Ohio Genetic program. Selling 20 Registered Opened Polled Heifers, 11-18/mos. 15 will be ready for June Service. 16 out of 20 qualify for Ohio Genetic program. For more info call Rick Hord 606-798-5722 or 606-202-1625. FOR SALE - Pigs for Fair Projects. Hamps & Crossbreds. 937-725-4980 or 937-695-0199. PUREBRED NUBIAN goats, Bucks or Weaters, good for 4-H projects, also want Bee Swarms. Call 513-373-2724.
615-MISC.FORSALE 4 BRAND new Toyota Camrey 5 lug 16” steel rims with Toyota hub caps with emblem still in the boxes. $50 FIRM. Contact 513-876-3403.
I Pay CASH for Junk Car’s, Trucks & Vans!! 808 - AUTOS FOR SALE 1930’S-PRESENT
MARK WANTS running, wrecked, dead cars and trucks. Now paying $100 - $200/cash for complete vehicles. FREE TOW! 937-446-3021 or 513-739-0774
AUCTION • Sunday- April 11th, 1:00 PM 95 Shawnee Dr. Lake Waynoka, OH. 45171
2007 Built, 4 BR, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage
JUNKED, WRECKED unwanted autos, autos, trucks, motorcycles, etc., some towed free, cash paid for some. Call 513-734-1650
901-SALES 3-FAMILY YARD Sale - 3186 Old State Rd., Mt. Orab. April 8th, 9th & 10th, 9am-? BIG YARD Sale, 2-Saturdays, Apr. 3rd & Apr. 10th, 7am-3pm (also throughout the week between, no Easter). Tools/ladders, art/collectibles, furniture, household, toys, worktables, computers, canning jars, kitchen, MORE! At 12007 Liming Van Thompson Rd. (off I-125/Brown Co.) SAT., APR. 10th only, 8am-? 2347 Greenbush Rd. West, clothes, purses, fabric, toys, baseball cards, glassware, misc. Low prices!
“Doing Business Since 1953” COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICES 121 W. State St, Georgetown, OH 45121 513-721-0222 937-378-6181
VISIT OUR WEBSITE: hookrealestate.com GEORGETOWN VILLAGE - 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath home in convenient location. Remodeled several years ago with nice kitchen & family room. WBFP in LR. Newer HVAC system. 1536 SF (Per CH) Must see inside to appreciate size of home. Full basement. Asking $72,500. SECOND PRICE REDUCTION- Private country setting on 1.48 acres. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath ranch with 2x6 walls. Vinyl tilt windows, Gas FA & AC. Large LR w/fireplace & insert. Kitchen w/abundant cabinetry & laminate flooring. All appliances stay. Front & rear decks. Large storage bldg. Cellar. Now reduced to $83,900.
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FORD PARTS, motors, transmission. For sale, lumber from 1830’s home, oak, all parts. 937-289-1040.
HORSES- Corn Pro 16’ horse/stock trailer; “Sadie” 13 Yr. old Quarter horse trail mare; “Maggie” 14 Belgium/Clydesdale broke to drive; (1) Mustang gelding; (1) Mustang Mare; complete Surrey (nice); work sulky; work cart; buggy parts; shafts; Complete set of driving harness; (7) saddles, stock, pleasure, youth; bridles; blankets; pads; leads; halters; saddlebags; slicker; farm gates; more TRACTORS AND EQUIPT.- Ford 8N; Ford 900 narrow front, partially disassembled; JD manure spreader; 4’ bushog; 3 pt. 6’ disc; 3 pt. single bottom plow; boom pole; 9” Ford Backhoe bucket; 12HP Craftsman riding mower; 18 HP Yard Mach. Riding mower; youth 50cc 4-wheeler; air compressor; pedal boat; HOUSEHOLD- Large Wm. Leigh “The Great Buffalo Hunt”; large Remington print; John Deere collectables; (7) Barbie’s 1981-2000; 1962 Bally’s Pinball mach; Mickey Mouse collectables; dressers; cherry table; cedar chest; Kirby vac; Kitchen-Aid mixer system; wardrobe; poker table; Coke items; canning jars; lots of Christmas; blankets; washer and dryer; smooth-top elec. Range; dishes; more Terms on Personal Property- Payment in full on day of Auction. Cash, Check w/ ID, Visa, MasterCard with 3% handling fee The Estate of Wm. Ashley Brown Co. Probate – Stan Purdy Attorney for the Estate
2006 HYUNDAI Sonata, 42K/miles, 33MPG Hwy., 28/City, one owner, $8500. 937-213-3170.
614 - HORSES/LIVESTOCK
REAL EASTE SELLS AT 12:00 NOON- Auctioneers Note: All sizes or measurement are aprox. Terms on Real Estate: 10% down on day of Auction, balance on delivery of deed, with-in 30 days. Real Estate sells as is.. Any inspections that the buyer requires shall be conducted prior to auction date at the buyer’s expense. Information presented here is derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted by the seller or their representatives. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over previous verbal or printed material. Campbell’s Frontier Realty will be acting as agent for the seller. Real Estate sells subject to approval of final bid by the Executor on day of Auction. PREVIEW- Shown by appointment.
JUNK CAR REMOVAL
BLACK LAB pups, born Nov. 27th, full-blooded, reasonably priced, right age to train! 937-446-3279.
2-3 YR old goats; Purebred Nubian Does w/Nubian Doelings at side. 2 yr old Doe Bred to Freshen in June. Yearling Doe open, born June 11, 2006. Call after 5pm for prices. Interested calls only, please. Call 937-764-1260.
5.178 Acres-3 BR Ranch • Horse and Machinery Barn Built in 1991, 2 Baths, Deck, Fireplace, total Elec., Central A/C, City Water Great Location!
1998 CHRYSLER Town & Country van, body in good condition, hood has dent. Van runs good when running, needs fuel sensor. $500 OBO. 513-876-0438 or 513-520-1725.
Between Felicity andGeorgetown, Ohio Take 505 to SR 756 at 7942 J Bolender Road Felicity, Oh 45120
804 - AUTOS WANTED
CKC Longhaired Chihuahua’s. One male, two females, F-$250, M-$220. Born Feb. 21, 2010. Ready April 12th. Call 937-515-2099.
PUPPY RESCUE cepting litters, pickup, Non-kill. In ness for 15 years. 513-885-9943.
ESTATE AUCTION Wed., April 7th, 2010 at 10:00am
2-TRACTORS W/DISK, plows, 3pt. tillers, bush hogs, finish mowers, will sell separate. 30HP Kubota tractor w/loader & back hoe, only 800/hrs., $14,500. 55HP 4x4 diesel tractor w/loader, only 20/hrs. $17,500. New & used 3pt. tillers. Can deliver. 937-402-0769.
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HISTORIC TWO STORY elegant home completely remodeled. 5 Bedrooms & 4 Bathrooms. Set up for Bed & Breakfast w/view of Ohio River. Also has large period garage. This property has too many features & amenities to list, so make an appointment to see this lovely home. NOW REDUCED to $260,000. GEORGETOWN - Unique, attractive home with appealing wooded setting on 1+ acre lot w/privacy. Many wood accents inside (floors, beamed ceilings, etc.) New electric service, heating & AC. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths. Full basement w/2 car garage. Porch & large patio. Carport/storage bldg. Asking $149,000.
This is a 3 year old home in LAKE WAYNOKA, (www.lakewaynoka.com) it has appraised at $155,000, about 8 months ago. Owner Moving and will accept a mere fraction of appraised value. 2040 square feet of living space with an over sized 2 car garage, located near the security gate. Our home has four bedrooms (15'x14', 12'x12', 12'x12', 11'x7'), two baths, Living-room (15'x17'), family room (12'x17'), dining room (12'x14'), morning room (9'x14'), laundry room (9'x10') and a HUGE kitchen (14'x14') loaded with kitchen cabinets and all appliances stay with this home, everything is practically brand new, This home was built only 3 years ago. Concrete patio 10' X 36', 10' X 12' covered wood porch. This home is located on a corner lot and is on over 1/2 an acre of land. Auctioneers Note: All sizes or measurement are aprox. Terms on Real Estate: 10% down on day of Auction, balance on delivery of deed, with-in 30 days. Real Estate sells as is.. Any inspections that the buyer requires shall be conducted prior to auction date at the buyer’s expense. Information presented here is derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted by the seller or their representatives. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over previous verbal or printed material. Campbell’s Frontier Realty will be acting as agent for the seller. PREVIEW- Shown by appointment or at OPEN HOUSE 4-5-10 from 6-7PM or 4-10-10 from 11-1 PM. Also Selling: (2) Vacant Lots one w/ water view. #’s 1315 & 1224 CAR- TRAILERS- GUNS- TOOLS- HOUSEHOLD 2005 DURANGO WITH 43000 miles, 4x4, 7 passengers (NO RESERVE) Craftsman Heavy duty garden tractor 20-1/2 HP; 2010, 5X10 ENCLOSED TRAILER 3 ft V-nose, side door, rear ramp door, 3500 LB.; 2009, 7X16 ENCLOSED TRAILER, 2 ft Vnose, side door, 7,000 LB.; 2007, 82inX20 12K EQUIPMENT TRAILER, 82" X 20' w 2' dove tail, 12,000 lb ; 50" x 8' HOME MADE TRAILER, 2000 LB, 4 stake pockets; TOOLS; Truck tool box; Industrial fire suppression system; fishing and hunting stuff; boating stuff hitches and towing stuff; several winches; hitch mounted 3 bike rack; Milwaukee 18 volt cordless tool set; 2 year old Generac Power Washer with 2700 psi, 2.5 GPM; tool chest on wheels; 2 year old Coleman Powermate Premium air compressor, 3 hp, 8 gal; 1 year old Skil table saw 10in; 1 year old Craftsman compound miter saw 10in; STIHL chainsaw 026 with case. More! HOUSEHOLD- entertainment center; wall TV mount for 30in to 50 in; Hunting and survival magazines Backwoods home, Mother Earth News; new microwave oven; nice wagon; small appliances, toaster oven, George Forman Grill, Roaster Oven; Hellerware sterling tray; Kingsize bed frame with headboard; printer stand; several nice bicycles; Clothes Women’s XXL, XL, and L, some men’s and some kids; 2 matching bedroom sets very nice Ashley Kingsize Master bedroom set. More! 19 GUNS & AMMO- Nice Gun Safe with quick access compartment- TAURUS, 669 Stainless steal .357 Mag ; STAR, 31PK, 9mm auto; LORCIN, L22, auto pistol; LORCIN, L22 auto pistol; S&W , 10-5, .38 snub nose revolver ; SIGARMS, P220, .45 ACP auto pistol; INTRATEC, AB-10, TEC 9, 9mm auto pistol; STEVENS ARMS, VISIBLE LOADER-PAT. APR 30 07, .22 COLLECTORS GUN; CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS, APOLLO .50 CAL BLACK POWDER; MOSSBERG, 500A 12GA pump; WORTHINGTON GUN CO. OLD DOUBLE BARRAL 12 GA SHOTGUN; COLOMBIA FUERZAS MILITARY, 30-06 rifle; ROSSI, MODEL # S411220RS, .410 BARREL, .22 BARREL; HENRY, .22 U S SURVIVAL Rifle AR 7; ALAMO-RANGER, MADE IN SPAIN .38 Revolver; ROSSI, 62 SA, .22 pump action rifle; WINCHESTER, 190 W WEAVER SCOPE 4X "MARKSMAN" .22 rifle; J STEVENS A&T CO, PAT APR 17. 94 .22 LR Rifle; BOITO-BR2 12 GA double barrel shotgun. Guns Sold to Ohio residents only. No guns will be stored at Auction location until day of the Auction for Security purposes. Terms on Personal Property- Payment in full on day of Auction. Cash, Check w/ ID, Visa, MasterCard with 3% handling fee
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LAKE WAYNOKA WATERFRONT! Over 2500 SF living space on 3 wooded lots. 2 Story w/full partially finished basement. Many windows provide numerous views of lake. Upgrades include hardwood floors, ceramic tile, 6 panel doors & ceiling fans. Full front porch, large rear deck & concrete drive. Asking $369,500.
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HAMERSVILLE - Nice starter home on 1.26 acres w/no close neighbors. Country location w/backyard bordering a small creek. 6 Rooms. 1 Bath. Gas FA heat w/CA. All appliances stay. Oversized 2 car garage. Mature shade. Now Reduced to $64,900.
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1211877- Russellville- Private setting for this unique retreat. Cathedral-Vaulted ceilings, Dbl. sided fireplace w/a 3rd one in Fam. Rm., 2nd flr Br w/deck for separate entry, Att. 2 car garage, barn,inground pool (gated), rolling acreage. Truly a nature getaway! $239,000
1205153 -Mt. Orab- Immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA ranch on double lot. New flooring in LR & FR. Open floor plan. Freshly painted & inviting. Att. 2c gar. for maximum storage. Beautifully landscaped, Coy pond w/serene sitting area. Back yard tree-lined for added privacy. $109,900
1194692- Mt. Orab- Get ready to move! 3 BR, 2 BA home in quiet neighborhood.Excellent condition. Floor plan is open & spacious. Det.2 car garage.New garage door. Back yard completely fenced. Public Utilities. $114,900 1202541- Georgetown- Immaculate! *This well built ranch is ready to move into. *Natural woodwork,solid 6 panel doors,fully equipped kitchen. MBR suite. Covered front & back porch. *Beautifully landscaped yard. Storage shed. Poured foundation. Location, location! $109,900
1200703- Ripley- Picturesque setting for this unique two story. Contemporary. DBL skylites in spacious great rm. Fully equip. Kit. Island w/ wet bar. Dining room has walk-out to indoor,inground pool & Spa area. MBR suite w/shower + Jacuzzi.Family Rm. Loft. $299,900
Office: (513) 474-3500 Georgetown - Historic Bldg. converted to 6 family unit.Efficiency, 1 Bdrm.& 2 Bdrm. Apts.All units but 1 has 2 entries.All kitchens equipped. Original staircase w/bannister in place. $165,000
1186984- Bethel - Private setting for this custom built home. Amenities include: formal dining room, hardwood flrs, blt in kit. appliances, jetted jacuzi, shower & toilet closet in MBR, tray ceilings, open foyer, stone gas log F/P, full part-fin bsmt. Prof. landscaped. $259,900
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1198955- Mt. Orab - Immaculate w/location! 1st flr.Master, 1st flr bath. Beautiful & roomy. Nice sized laundry rm dbls as an home office. Possible conversion to an office building. Extra wide driveway. Huge rolling back yd. Public water & sewer. Do not delay! $89,900
1206356 -Mt. Orab- What a deal! 2 bdrm property in town on public utilities. Great condition. Nice sized bdrms. Newer heat pump. All new wiring thru-out. In the process of Real Estate conversion. $39,900
1199723- Mt Orab- Look no more! *Ceiling to floor stone F/P, wrap around kitchen, walk-in closets, 2 full baths, MBR Suite, W/O to solidly built deck, stocked pond, tree-lined yard. 2.16 acre lot, attached Oversized 2 car gar. *All of this for $89,900
Western Brown Schools- Clean and affordable! 2 BR (possible 3), 2 Ba home on one slightly rolling acre. Great room w/walk-outs. Built-in hutch in fromal dining room. equipped kitchen. 36x24 ovsz 2 car gar. Gazebo. Huge blacktop drive. All for only $59,900
1214896 - Georgetown - Great Home-Just Move In! Full brick home on no outlet Street. Solid & in excellent condition! Family room is an operational 1 car garage - just remove carpet. Beautiful lot w/mature shade. Must see to believe! $89,900
Georgetown- Excellent condition! Two 1 Bdrm.Apts.Large & roomy.Drywall thru-out.Brand new A/C Units.Central systems.1 unit has a laundry room.Covered front porch. Good cash flow. $55,000
ISED PPRA A W ! B E LO VA L U E 1206370 -Mt. Orab- Totally renovated home on public water & sewer. Beautiful hardwood floors thru-out. Fully equipped kitchen. Full basement. Why rent? $69,900
1201734- Georgetown - One of a kind!*Full brick 2-story.*Huge Master BR suite w/personal balcony.*Natural Bay windows, pocket doors thruout, oak woodwork.* Real Beauty!*Inground 32x18 8' deep pool.*Det 2 story brick garage also.*Full fin bsmt plumbed for 3rd ba. $395,000
1208031 -Russellville- Listed below appraised value! Solid 3 Bd.2 Ba.home.Master BR.suite w/it's own LR blt.in 2007. HDWD Flrs.under carpet in LR, DR, hallway & 2 Brm's. Arched doorways,Equipped kitchen, picture wndw, partial bsmt,deck,1 car garage,huge back yard. $89,900
1123757- Four family Apt. bldg. located two blocks off of SR 52. All units have been totally renovated. Each unit has a laundry area available. Each apt. is separately metered. 4000 plus SF. Bldg and units are in mint condition. PLEASE, ONLY PREAPPROVED BUYERS. $147,500
1180019- Georgetown - First offering! Fantastic positive cash flow! Duplex in good condition. 1 & 2 bdrm. units. Fully equipped washer, dryer hook-ups in both units. Great location. Huge walk in attic. $49,900
1214718 - Hamersville - LIKE NEW! Beautiful brick ranch on a slightly rolling 5 ac.tract.Vaulted & cathedral ceilings, wbfp, french door walk-out to spacious deck, family rm. split floor plan, professionally landscaped. 32x64 det.gar.workshop. $165,000
1208520- Georgetown- Better than new! This beauty has been kept in pristine condition. Large rooms, brand new dlooring, newer hvac w/auto backup & propane heater.Self-sufficient. 1 1/5 car gar.w/attic storage. $89,900
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Georgetown- Solid all brick duplex.Two,2 bdrm.units,equipped kitchen & full bath.1 unit has cov.porch.Live in one side while you rent the other.Multi-panel doors. All drywall. $85,000
1206473 -Mt. Orab- This home is not a driveby! Double corner lot w/public water ans sewer. Beautiful hdwd floors thru-out. Fully equiped Kit w/dryer incl. 2 blacktop driveways. Attached 1 car gar. Storage shed. Within walking distance downtown area. $87,500
1205263 HamersvilleLooking for a home for your growing family on almost an acre? This is it! Better than move-in condition.Beautiful wood flooring lower level. Antique mantle. Septic leach lines are marked. 2 covered porches. Shed 20x8. Corner location. $ 85,000
1205276 -Sardinia- Unbelievable Mini Resort! Total renovation w/updates galore!Family Rm.w/corner fountain.Open Flr.plan. Det. Rec area w/30' antique bar. 5 car gar w/one 14' door.5 ac.fenced pasture w/add'l turn-out,add'l barn w/stalls. Ingr.pool w/pool hse. $199,900
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415 N. Apple St., Georgetown- Charming & well cared for 2 bedroom ranch home with newer flooring, carpet & countertops. Freshly painted with loads of closet space. Back rec room can be a 3rd bedroom or office. Appliances stay! $72,000 • MLS #1203181 Brown County
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