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Vol. 37 No. 43
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Van Tielen gets 24 years BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press A visibly shaken John Van Tielen was sentenced to 24 years in prison on June 1. Van Tielen, 51, pleaded guilty May 17 to four counts of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor. He originally faced ten counts of that charge following his arrest in Ripley last March. Brown County Sheriff’s Office investigators were led to Van Tielens door following a raid on a Georgia home by investigators in that state. A computer was seized and Van Tielens IP address was traced from e-mails that were sent containing child pornography. Georgia authorities contacted Brown County and a search warrant was obtained for Van Tielen’s home. Van Tielens computer and other media storage devices were seized and sent to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation for forensic computer analysis. Chief Deputy John Schadle of the Brown County Sheriff’s
Office said last March that the images discovered were “some of the worst he had ever seen”. Judge Gusweiler agreed. “Repulsed does not even begin to describe my reaction to those photos”, the Judge said in court during the sentencing hearing. Gusweiler went on to talk about the children depicted in the photographs, some of them infants. “Heaven only knows what scars they will carry with them”, Gusweiler said. Christine Tailer, Van Tielens attorney, mentioned letters of support that people who know Van Tielen had submitted on behalf of her client. She also mentioned that Van Tielen had been very cooperative in the Brown County Jail with no incidents reported since his incarceration. Tailer mentioned that Van Tielen had been a productive member of the Ripley community following his release from a 30 year prison sentence for the rape of a New Jersey woman. He was jailed in 1991 and released in 2007 after serving 17 years.
He then moved to Ripley. When Tailer mentioned alternatives such as community control and GPS monitoring of his location, Gusweiler told her he was bound by law to send Van Tielen to prison. “I can’t consider community control. I can’t consider home monitoring or anything like that”, the Judge said. Gusweiler then asked Van Tielen if he had anything to say. Van Tielen was shaking in his seat at that point and visibly crying. “Take your time”, Gusweiler said. After a couple of moments, Van Tielen rose to speak. “I let my fiancee down, I let my son down and I let my community down”, he said in a quavering voice. “I don’t excuse what I’ve done. I just want to get help and use whatever years I have left to come back home and watch my son grow up.” Then he sat back down at the defense table and hung his head. Judge Gusweiler then began the formal sentencing, saying that he
had to take the safety of the community into account and that based on the pre-sentencing investigation, he felt the risk of Van Tielen reoffending was high. Gusweiler then moved through each count. “On count one...I sentence you to six years”. Van Tielen began to weep. Gusweiler continued. “On count two...I sentence you to six year to run consecutively to count one.” Van Tielen knew the word “consecutive” meant that the second six years would be served after the first six...and that his prison time had gone from six to twelve years. “Count three will run consecutively to count two”. Eighteen years. “Count four will run consecutively to count three”. 24 years. Each time Judge Gusweiler spoke the word “consecutively” Van Tielen sobbed loudly. After Judge Gusweiler informed Van Tielen that he was being classified as a Tier II sex CONTINUED ON PAGE 6
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John Van Tielen cries as he expresses regret and remorse to Judge Gusweiler during his sentencing hearing.
Brown County Commissioners put BCGH back on the market BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press The Brown County General Hospital is up for sale again. Essent Healthcare of Nashville, TN, pulled out of a planned agreement to purchase the hospital last month at the last minute, surprising everyone involved. Now the process of finding a financial partner for the hospital is essentially starting over.
“We want to do the best thing we can do to keep healthcare in Brown County”, said Board of Commissioners President Margery Paeltz. Paeltz said that a buyer for the hospital would be preferable to signing a management agreement for the facility, but both options would be considered. Following the announcement that Essent was pulling out of the sale of the hospital,
Mike Patterson, Brown County Regional HealthCARE CEO, said that BCGH had made progress to ensure future success for the facility, including adding a pediatrician and two OB/GYN’s to the staff. “We are also very pleased to have recently incorporated new diagnostic technology to better meet the needs of the community. The hospital has CONTINUED ON PAGE 6
Gusweiler and Meranda attorneys make final cases on motion to dismiss lawsuit BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press
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Remembering the Fallen on Memorial Day in Ripley Second Vice President Charlene Stein with Courts-Fussnecker American Legion Post 367 Auxiliary in Ripley throws a red wreath off Ripley's Red Oak Creek Bridge in remembrance of sailors and Marines who have lost their lives at sea during a pause in the Ripley Memorial Day Parade on May 31. See page 2 for full story.
An appointed judge will now decide whether the lawsuit filed by Brown County Clerk of Courts Tina Meranda against Common Pleas Judge Scott Gusweiler will be dismissed. Retired Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Thomas Nurre heard final arguments
on the motion to dismiss the case on June 1. He has taken the matter under advisement and will issue a ruling in the coming weeks. Attorneys George Jonson and Lisa Zaring represented Judge Gusweiler and Meranda was represented by Attorney Eric Deters. Neither Meranda or Gusweiler attended the hear-
ing and neither party broke any new ground during the proceeding. Jonson told Nurre that “the Plaintiff (Meranda) is trying to blur the actions of the Defendant (Gusweiler) into a bald threat of arrest” rather than acknowledge that Gusweiler had the authority to issue a court order demanding a set of keys to her office. CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
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Memorial Day Parade, Program held in Mt. Orab Former Mt. Orab businessman Hugh Cahall dies An estimated 300 to 400 people attended the 63rd Memorial Day Service held May 31 at the Mt. Orab Cemetery. State Rep. Danny Bubp, who also is a retired colonel with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, was the Memorial Service's keynote speaker following the 63rd Memorial Day Parade. That parade began at the Municipal Building Parking Lot on South High Street and pro-
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ceeded northward on North High Street to the cemetery. A Color Guard from Marine Corps Leatherneck Detachment 393 in Batavia carried the flags and led the parade, which also included, among other units, members of the Wilson Sroufe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9772, the parade and Memorial Service organizer; Post 9772 Auxiliary members; the Western Brown High School marching band; WBHS Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets; Mt. Orab Women's Club mem-
bers; and some Scout troop representatives. Following the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” by a quartet of WBHS band members, Memorial Service emcee Bill Cornetet, a past VFW Post 9772 commander, welcomed those attending on behalf of the Post and its Auxiliary. Cornetet clarified at the beginning of his brief talk how some published reports about him being a Korean War veteran were inaccurate; instead, he had CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press Hugh Cahall is being remembered by friends as an honest and upright man in both his business and his daily life. Mr. Cahall, a former Mt. Orab businessman, died May 13 at age 86. One of his sons, Grant Cahall, talked about how his father opened Cahall's Clothing Store, a retail business that sold a variety of men's and women's clothing, in 1946 in the vicinity of where the Cuppa Coffee Cafe
is located now at 104 N. High St. in downtown Mt. Orab. Grant Cahall said his father was a clothing businessman for 60 years, and the business evolved over the years into what became Cahall's Workwear Store on South High Street in downtown Mt. Orab. At one time his father's business was in the building that now houses the Kelly and Wallace Law Office at 108 S. High St. in downtown Mt. Orab. Grant Cahall said as the years passed, his father's clothing CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
Mt. Orab police officers honored at council meeting BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press Several Mt. Orab police officers, including two who were shot at by an assailant this past Jan. 3, were honored at the Mt. Orab Village Council meeting on June 1, and two also were promoted to higher positions. Mt. Orab Police Chief Bryan Mount first recognized four officers who in 2009 had met 30 percent or more of the Standards for Law Enforcement Physical Assessment set by the Dallas-based Cooper Institute. The four, who were present-
ed certificates by Mt. Orab Mayor Bruce Lunsford, included Lt. Josh Black and patrolmen Jason Hahn, Joe Layton and Justin Conley. Mount then recognized and Lunsford presented a certificate to Patrolman George Baker for his work advising Explorer Post 16, a Boy Scouts of America affiliate sponsored by the Mt. Orab Police Department. “I'm of the opinion George has changed kids headed in the wrong direction in life,” Mayor Bruce Lunsford said. Mount then recognized and CONTINUED ON PAGE 21
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Mt. Orab police officers Chris Hodges, second from left, and Justin Conley display the Medals of Valor presented to them by Mt. Orab Mayor Bruce Lunsford, left, at the Mt. Orab Village Council meeting on June 1 in recognition of their involvement in a shootout with an assailant outside the Mt. Orab Police Station this past Jan. 3. Mt. Orab Police Chief Bryan Mount is at right.
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served with the U.S. Army in Korea in 1969 and 1970 more than a decade after the Korean War had ended. “It is wonderful that we are able to gather here today on this hallowed ground,” he said concerning the cemetery, mentioning how so many military servicemen and women buried in America gave their “last measure of devotion” by dying in service to the United States. Cornetet said it was sad how many people today do not understand the sacrifices soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen have made for the United States. Cornetet said those gathered at the Mt. Orab Cemetery were not there to be honored but to honor, “to show our respect, gratitude and love to those who have passed before us”. Brown County Auditor Doug Green then sang “America The Beautiful” before Bubp delivered his keynote speech. A former serviceman in Iraq with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, the speaker commented about how the particular outfit he was wearing that day was one worn by servicemen and ser-
vicewomen in Iraq to help them bear the extreme heat in that Middle Eastern nation. He mentioned how the hottest temperature he experienced during his time there was 141 degrees and how servicemen and servicewomen had to wear gloves to be able to touch machinery. He saluted the American men and women serving their country in the Middle East and reported how a 24-year-old Texas man had become the 1,000th member of the military to die in Afghanistan the previous Thursday, May 27, when he stepped on a land mine. Bubp mentioned how that Marine, Cpl. Jason Leicht, was born on the Fourth of July, and despite having being wounded in military service previously, he requested to serve in Afghanistan again. “He wanted to serve his country and serve with his fellow Marines.” After commenting, “What better place to be on Memorial Day than here where so many are resting in peace,” Bubp also directed his listeners' attention
toward those former military personnel who are still living. “We do not forget those who have served,” he said. “We love our veterans. We need to give them proper respect and to honor them.” After Green sang “God Bless The U.S.A.,” VFW Post 9772 member Jack Burch delivered another speech. A retired U.S. Army sergeant major, Burch talked about how he remembered many Memorial Days as a serviceman on a battlefield. He said he spent 15 of his 30 years in the Army on battlefields. “I'm not trying to portray myself as a hero,” Burch said. “The heroes are the ones who gave their all so I could be here to honor them.” Burch said he enlisted in the Army at age 16 in May 1945, and his parents had to sign for him, but he wasn't sworn in until June 1945. He also talked about some combat missions in which he participated during his career and how a good friend of his lost
his life while right by his side. He talked about how a platoon he was in had taken a village during the Korean War but had lost 30 percent of its men while doing so. VFW Post 9772 Chaplain Bill Graybill then offered a prayer and mentioned therein how so many more people should have been at the cemetery that day to honor deceased military service personnel and how those gathered never should forget the United States' prisoners of war and missing in action servicemen from past wars. Following the prayer and a wreath ceremony, five members of Marine Corps Leatherneck Detachment 393 fired rifles to salute their departed comrades of all military branches, and WBHS Band Director Scott Reed and band member Michael Hall played “Taps” on trumpets in solemn remembrance. Bodley lowered the U.S. flag on the pole by the makeshift monument to half-staff to conclude the 2010 Memorial Day Program at Mt. Orab Cemetery.
Memorial Day Parade, Program held in Ripley BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press An estimated 350 people attended the Annual Memorial Day Program held May 31 at Ripley's Maplewood Cemetery. That program concluded Memorial Day activities that began that afternoon with an Opening Program at the Liberty Monument in downtown Ripley and followed with Ripley's Annual Memorial Day Parade. The Rev. Wayne Reveal, pastor of Ripley First Presbyterian Church, opened the Liberty Monument Program by praying that those gathered would remember the sacrifices military servicemen and servicewomen made so they would be free. “May we carry the banner of freedom proudly,” the pastor mentioned in his prayer. “They (service personnel) did.” Melody Kokensparger, chairwoman of the Ripley Memorial Day Program Committee, commented how Memorial Day had become a holiday in which to honor all military service personnel, and she brought forward two Ripley-Union-LewisHuntington High School graduates who are presently serving in the military: Sgt. Josh Franklin with the U.S. Marine Corps and Infantryman Tyler Robinson with the U.S. Army. Franklin, who is stationed at Norfolk, Va., has completed two tours of duty in Iraq, and Robinson, who is stationed in Vicenza, Italy, was home for two weeks of rest and relaxation after having served in Afghanistan. The Opening Program also included an announcement of the winners of a Patriotic Decorated Bicycle Contest. Nicole Bell of Cincinnati placed first; Emily Baker and Lee Ann Ramsey,
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Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9772 member Jack Burch speaks about his WWII battlefield experience as a former soldier at the 63rd Memorial Day Program held May 31 at the Mt. Orab Cemetery.
both of Aberdeen, placed second; and Hailey Bell of Cincinnati placed third. The parade began shortly afterward led by a Color Guard from RULH High School's Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, which was followed by many other JROTC cadets. The parade included members of Courts-Fussnecker Post 367 of the American Legion and Post 367 Auxiliary in Ripley, Sons of the American Legion Post 367, and the Disabled American Veterans Chapter and Auxiliary in Ripley; the RULH High School marching band directed by Tim Carpenter; the Ripley Fire Department, which included a Color Guard; the Ripley Women's Club; and the Patriotic Decorated Bicycle Contest winners on their bikes. The parade paused at the Red Oak Creek Bridge in downtown Ripley for a ceremony to remember sailors and Marines who were lost at sea. Second Vice President Charlene Stein with Courts-Fussnecker American Legion Post 367 Auxiliary, threw a red wreath into Red Oak Creek in remembrance of those fallen heroes; a unit from that American Legion post fired five rifles in salute; and Tommy Jacobs, Sons of the American Legion Post 367 first vice president, played “Taps”. The parade proceeded southward along U.S. 52-62-68 to Maplewood Cemetery for the concluding program. Lt. Col. Rick Klinker, a former Marine who is senior Marine instructor with the RULH High School JROTC Program, welcomed those attending that program by saying, “Thank you for such a turnout for such a tradition.” In his opening prayer at the cemetery, Reveal mentioned
how one thing those gathered should never forget is “to remember our fallen heroes”. After the RULH High School Marching Band performed “God Bless America”, keynote speaker Gary DeFosse of the Ripley area delivered a message that included a history lesson about the United States' beginning as a nation. Klinker then invited three former RULH High School students currently serving with the military to come forward for recognition. They included Franklin; Private First Class David Burson who has served with the U.S. Army at Camp Liberty, Iraq, and was home for some rest and relaxation; and CM3 Ben Miller, a sailor serving at Naval Air Station in Lemoore, Calif., who is scheduled to leave for duty in Afghanistan in December. A ceremony to honor departed servicemen and servicewomen followed at the cemetery's Soldiers Monument. Chaplain Lillie Rice with Courts-Fussnecker Post 367 of the American Legion Auxiliary, offered a prayer and mentioned how without the sacrifices of servicemen and servicewomen who have died, those gathered that day would not have the freedoms they enjoyed. Jackie Hansen, past department commander of the Ripley DAV ChapterAuxiliary, then laid a memorial wreath at the Soldiers Monument. That was followed by a concluding gun salute fired by five members of Courts-Fussnecker Post 367 and the playing of “Taps” by Jacobs to honor the memory of American military service personnel who had laid down their lives for freedom.
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About 300 people attend Decatur Ice Cream Supper An estimated 300 people attended the Annual OldFashioned Ice Cream Supper on Memorial Day in Decatur Community Park. Bill Paul, a member of the Byrd Township Community Center Committee which organized the Supper, said the May 31 social gathering was so successful the food on sale there ran out except for one of the 45 gallons of homemade ice cream. The money raised at the event goes toward the upkeep of the Byrd Township Community Center, which formerly housed the old Decatur High School on State Route 125 west of the Community Park in Decatur. The Ice Cream Supper began with the singing of “The StarSpangled Banner” by West Union resident Cecilia Moore, a 2010 West Union High School
graduate who plans to major in music this fall at Morehead State University in Morehead, Ky. Cherry Fork resident Russ Brewer then delivered a brief speech about the importance of Memorial Day. Brewer talked about how many people had gathered earlier that day to observe Memorial Day at both large cemeteries and small cemeteries such as the one found in Decatur. “Regardless of the size of the cemetery, what truly matters is that we, in fact, gather to carry on the tradition of Memorial Day as Americans have for 142 years and to remember those brave souls who gave their last full measure in service to this nation,” Brewer continued. He mentioned a sample list of battles in which American military service personnel have fought from the Battle of Lexington during the American
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Revolutionary War to more recent battles in Iraq and Afghanistan. “And at every one of these battles – in every single one – these courageous American heroes wrote new chapters in the ongoing story of freedom,” Brewer noted. “They wrote those chapters with their lives knowing that if one single human being is bound by the chains of tyranny or injustice anywhere in the world, then freedom is truly endangered everywhere.” He said he hoped each of his listeners would commit that day to do three things: “Remember those who have paid the supreme sacrifice and given their last full measure of devotion for this great nation we live in. “Extend our appreciation to all who have sacrificed in any way to protect our freedoms. “Remember those who are presently in uniform and who stand in harm's way. Let us keep them and their families in our hearts and prayers.” Peggy Grimes of Decatur then sang “Amazing Grace” and urged her listeners to join in that well-known hymn before those gathered took their places in one
of two refreshment lines – one for several flavors of homemade ice cream and the other for such items as hot dogs, pressed chicken sandwiches, and beverages. The West Union-based Liberty Cornet Band, whose members include some Brown County residents, performed a variety of patriotic tunes, Broadway songs and other upbeat selections while those gathered enjoyed their refreshments and fellowshipped with friends. The next major social event scheduled in Decatur is the annual Decatur Day In The Park on Saturday, July 10. That oneday festival will include such activities as a 5-kilometer run, a parade, a baked goods auction, musical entertainment, cornhole, arm wrestling, and another opportunity to purchase homemade ice cream and other refreshments.
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Correction In the 5/30 edition of the Brown County Press, an article concerning proposed changes to parking and traffic flow at Mt. Orab Middle and Elementary schools was published. While the information regarding the changes at Mt. Orab Elementary School was accurate, the information regarding Mt. Orab Middle School was reported as approved and underway. The plans for MOMS actually remain as long term preliminary plans with no changes approved at this time. The Press regrets the error.
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Voinovich urges support for Israel During World War II, millions of families were torn apart in the wake of hatred and anti-Semitism. My own family suffered; we lost touch with my father’s Serbian relatives in Croatia, and we assumed they were killed along with thousands of Jews by the Ustase – Croatian Nazis. My family’s story and the stories of thousands of others I’ve heard throughout my career have motivated me to fight the scourge of antiSemitism and to stand up for Israel. The Jewish people have been victims of anti-Semitism for millennia, but that hate impacts all of us in the community. I was honored to participate recently in the 2010 Holocaust Days of Remembrance ceremony in the U.S. Capitol’s Rotunda, where members of Congress and community leaders joined together to remember and honor those lost during the Holocaust. Lighting a candle in memory of those brutally murdered during the Holocaust is a humbling and important act. We cannot overlook the importance of mourning the six million people who were sentenced to die six decades ago not for what they did, but for who they were. I began my activism for the Jewish community as a memof the Lawyers’ ber Committee for Soviet Jewry while a local office holder in Cleveland. As a Cuyahoga County Commissioner we raised money for English tutors to help Soviet Jewish immigrants assimilate into our community. When I became
GEORGE VOINOVICH the mayor of Cleveland, I helped organize the city’s first Anne Frank exhibit as well as the first Holocaust commemoration. I also strongly opposed our sister city relationship with the City of Volgograd, Russia due to their neglect of imprisoned Soviet Jews during the Cold War. It was my responsibility to protect the rights of my constituency, and I could not support a government that would not support its citizens. In 1985, I was named honorary director of the National Council of the Jewish Women’s Holocaust Archives Program. The program taped Holocaust survivors telling their harrowing stories of survival and loss, and I’m pleased that we have so many stories on tape to share with future generations. For my actions as Mayor, I was awarded the Tree of Life Award from the Jewish National Fund - one of the nicest things ever to happen to Janet and me. My role in the Jewish community continued to expand as Governor of Ohio. I led 14 Ohio companies on the state’s first trade mission to Israel in 1993 to further promote shared business opportunities. Under my leadership, we opened Ohio’s Middle East trade office to improve both Ohio’s communications and commerce in the region in 1996.
Since 1980, Janet and I have made nearly a dozen trips to Israel, and on each and every trip I see or learn something new that motivates me yet again to condemn antiSemitism and work to eradicate it. My visits to the Garden of the Righteous Gentiles at Yad Vashem and the Diaspora Museum were moving experiences that remain in my mind today. Janet and I have also been greatly honored by the Jewish people on our visits to Israel. The Jewish National Fund dedicated a recreational park in Israel to honor the memory of our daughter, Molly. The Molly Agnes Voinovich Memorial Forest is just 12 miles southeast of Haifa, overlooking Jezreel Valley. I was also humbled when the Negev Foundation dedicated the Agriculture Voinovich Research Center in the Negev Desert, which is pioneering agricultural advances to improve life for Israelis. I’m also proud of my work with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and have worked with the OSCE to prioritize eliminating this cancer of hatred before it can spread any further. The 2004 OSCE Berlin Declaration to combat anti-Semitism was a landmark moment in this battle, as the declaration proclaimed that international developments or politics can never justify antiSemitism. In 2007, the OSCE’s Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights backed up the Berlin Declaration with $1
million in funding to fight anti-Semitism, including establishing a director of antiSemitism. And in 2004, thenPresident George W. Bush signed into law a bill I introduced, the Global AntiSemitism Review Act, which requires the State Department to monitor and combat global anti-Semitism and report annually to Congress. Ohio and Israel share many ties that strengthen the bonds of friendship. I meet frequently with Ohioans who advocate for Israel and Jewish organizations, learning about their work and what I can do to help. I’ve also asked for the State Department’s support for a cooperative agreement between Cleveland State University and an Israeli university to create a public administrative program to teach governance in hopes of promoting peace in Palestinian territories. As I serve out my final year in the U.S. Senate I would like to thank the Jewish community, both at home and abroad, for your kindness and support throughout my time in public service. It is vital for Americans to remember that our country’s united opposition to tyranny and discrimination is woven into every stitch of fabric in our nation’s flag. Denial and ignorance costs us all. But in telling the stories of those who’ve gone before, we recognize them and learn from their sacrifices. We do this to honor those who’ve passed, and we do this for those yet to come.
Dear Editor, Looking back, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. About two and a half years ago, I walked into The Brown County Press office as nothing more than a 15 year-old with an idea. Less than a week after I had talked with then sports editor Amanda Matti, I was under the hoop taking pictures at a Fayetteville basketball game. It happened so fast, and hasn’t really slowed down since. Working here at The Press since then has been such an amazing experience for me. I’ve met so many people, and learned so many things; there’s nothing I would have rather done. My job as a sports journalist has done so much good for me, I hope to use this experience as a foundation for a career in the industry. This fall, I will attend Indiana Wesleyan University for journalism, and I feel I am so much more prepared because of my time here. But going away to college means leaving my job, one of the hardest things I’ll have to do. I’ve grown so attached to this newspaper, this town, this community; this county, and it’s because of the people in it. First of all, I owe so many thanks to the staff of The Brown County Press. Amanda Matti, editor Steve Large, and
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Krista Marino graciously gave a kid a chance, and took me under their wings. Wayne Gates and Ritchie Butler were willing to keep me on staff in a time of overhaul, and for that I am very grateful. Also, several coaches have been nothing but kind to me, making this experience all the more enjoyable. Jennifer Jeff Boone-Roades, Herrmann, Doug Williams, Jerry Underwood, Heather Cooper, and Kathy Chadwell were absolutely great. I think one of the perks of being in high school while covering prep sports was that as a student at Western Brown and Southern Hills CTC, I went to school with many of the athletes I wrote about. Caitlin Burns, Nathan Robinson, Tara Balke, Whitney Plymesser, Jess Chadwell, Kyle Proffitt, and Logan Hayslip were not only great athletes, but friends as well. Thanks to my family for being supportive, and driving me to games when I didn’t have my license. Thanks to cbssports.com writer Gregg Doyle for being my mentor, and giving me the idea to apply for this job in the first place. And thanks to God- with whom all things are possible. Thanks for reading, and for one last time: Jeremy Sharp, The Brown County Press
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Dear Editor: Nobody has more of a distrust of big government than I do, and I’ll be the first to admit it. I believe it to be intrusive and I believe it to be inept. I believe that it serves the purpose of serving itself and those career “political animals” that hide behind the guise of public servants. The only appropriate
way to slay the monster that has been created is to begin to dismantle it from the inside out, shrink the beast like you’d shrink a cancerous tumor. How? By doing everything you can to move the old blood out and put new blood in, by electing a new breed of public servant. Many people believe that I
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tend to lean a bit too far toward anarchy, but such is not the case. I believe government, in a very limited form, is needed. I am also convinced of the idea that a good citizen is one who sees himself/herself as needing to participate in the establishment of a civil society and is willing to involve himself/herself in the process of leading the way toward making it happen. Thus it becomes necessary to engage in political activity, which at one time was considered an honorable thing, and I believe it can still be honorable, given the right people being elected. Ordinary people, with a vision for public service and a sense of integrity, can do extraordinary things if given an opportunity. But they need encouragement to participate. They need to be urged to take part in the process of challenging the status quo and to shake off the comments of those who would discourage their participation in the public arena. I’ve met so many over the years who have the desire to make a difference, but they feel inadequate to the task and
shy away from the challenge of “throwing their hat into the ring.” Even still, they have the potential for doing good things and making a difference in the lives of those they are willing to serve. Let’s encourage them to try their hand at running for office. (Even if they don’t win the election, they at least have the opportunity to issue a needed challenge and provoke open discussion and debate sometimes this is all you need to produce results.) I would love to see a dozen or more people come along in the next couple of years, all of them political outsiders and mavericks, who would begin to challenge those in public office at the local, state and federal levels, people totally new to the game who have nothing to lose by speaking plainly and truthfully. It would be such a breath of fresh air for the state of Ohio. I wonder if we could find any in Clermont, Brown, Adams, Highland, Pike, Warren or Scioto Counties to take the challenge? Rev. Sam Talley
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The Brown County Press - Sunday, June 6, 2010 - Page 5
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Jonson maintained that Gusweiler had both the authority to issue the order and to hold Meranda in contempt if she did not comply. Jonson also mentioned that the order itself was not being challenged by Meranda and that it was not even attached to the complaint. He continued by saying nothing about the question of access to Meranda’s office had changed. “He (Gusweiler) had keys before February 17th and he has them now”, Jonson said. Meranda changed the locks to her office on February 17th, which lead to the confrontation between her and Gusweiler. According to the lawsuit, Gusweiler demanded a copy of the new keys from Meranda and threatened her with arrest if she did not comply. After receiving a written order from Gusweiler requiring that she provide the keys to him, Meranda complied. Jonson also said that Meranda had failed to show
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damages to support her claim of unlawful intimidation by Gusweiler. Deters responded to Jonson’s remarks by saying that the intimidation statute does not require an arrest to
qualify as statutory intimidation. He also said that Meranda had suffered damages. “She has incurred attorney’s fees as a result of the intimidation”, Deters said.
Former Mt. Orab businessman Hugh Cahall dies CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 business sometimes had four or five employees while at other times his father and his mother, Barbara Cahall, operated it by themselves. Hugh and Barbara Cahall were married for 65 years. Grant Cahall said he was a part-owner of his father's business, which closed in 2006, for many years. He recalled his father as being “a considerate, very helpful, good businessman.” Grant Cahall recalled how his father was involved in many different activities in his community and was “always involved” in his church, Mt. Orab United Methodist Church. He also was a former member of the Mt. Orab Village Council. Another activity was Wilson Sroufe Post 9772 of Veterans of Foreign Wars in Mt. Orab. Post Adjutant Gen. Rick Rhoades said Mr. Cahall, just prior to his death, was one of two remaining active charter members of that VFW post, which was founded in 1948. Rhoades mentioned how
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Mr. Cahall served with the U.S. Navy during World War II and had a dangerous assignment as an armed guard on Merchant Marine ships. He talked about how Mr. Cahall was a good VFW member who attended every Post 9772 Memorial Day Parade and Program including the one in 2009. Rhoades said Mr. Cahall wore the same uniform while participating for many years but bought another uniform, one which was all white, three or four years ago. Asked if Post 9772 members were going to miss Mr. Cahall, Rhoades commented, “There is no question about it.” Scott Township resident Carroll Wallace, a former grocery store owner in Mt. Orab, knew Mr. Cahall through different avenues. Wallace said his father opened a grocery store in space next door to and north of Mr. Cahall's clothing store in the 100 Block of North High Street in Mt. Orab. He mentioned how Mr. Cahall was a charter member of the Mt. Orab Lions Club
and how they were members of that club together for about 30 years. Wallace also said Mr. Cahall and he sang together in a barbershop quartet and also in the Mt. Orab UMC choir. Saying Mr. Cahall had been his friend for a long time, Wallace described him as a “great community and family man” and a “straight shooter” who was “as honest as he could be”. “He loved his church, and he was an all-around good guy,” Wallace recalled. Greenbush resident Jim Wylie attended the same church as Mr. Cahall and was active with him in Gideons International, a Christian layman's organization that distributes Bibles. Asked to describe his late friend, Wylie said of Mr. Cahall, “I'd say he was a gentleman's gentleman. He had a warm handshake and a friendly smile. He was a man of Jesus.” A full obituary for Mr. Cahall is on page 7 of today's edition of The Brown County Press.
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Deters also said that, by law, the Clerk of Courts is the guardian of the court records and had the responsibility to safeguard them. Deters continued, raising the point that Meranda was threatened with contempt in a “heavy handed manner” and the threat was made without a hearing. Meranda has asked for monetary damages from Gusweiler and is seeking a court order that would prohibit him from “interfering with her power and duties” as Brown County Clerk of Courts.
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Man indicted for allegedly vandalizing sprinkler at jail BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press A Brown County grand jury has indicted two Georgetown men on breaking and entering counts following their May 16 arrests by Georgetown police
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third-degree felony. Bruce Chapman allegedly on or about this past Feb. 12 knowingly conveyed or attempted to convey a drug of abuse identified as being Lorcet (Hydrocodone), a Schedule III controlled substance, onto the grounds of the Brown County Adult Detention Center. • Holly A. Woods, 36, of Mt. Orab, was indicted on one count each of aggravated trafficking in drugs with a specification, a third-degree felony, and possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Woods allegedly on or about Dec. 9, 2009, knowingly sold or offered to sell morphine, a Schedule II controlled substance, and also on or about that same date knowingly obtained, possessed, or used morphine. • Elizabeth Jones, 32, address unknown, was indicted on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs, a third-degree felony, and theft of drugs, a fourth-degree felony, and two counts each of endangering children, a first-degree misdemeanor. Jones allegedly on or about Nov. 23, 2009, knowingly obtained, possessed, or used morphine, and the amount allegedly involved was 30 doses or more, equalling or exceeding the bulk amount but being less than five times that amount. She also allegedly on or about that date knowingly obtained and exerted control over morphine belonging to an identified victim with the purpose of depriving him of that drug. Jones also allegedly on or about that same date operated a vehicle, streetcar, or trackless trolley under the influence of alcohol or drugs when two children younger than 18, identified only by their initials, were in that vehicle. • Russell G. Walker, 45, of Winchester, was indicted on one count of operating a vehicle under the influence with a specification, a fourth-degree felony. Walker allegedly on or about this past May 23 operated a vehicle while he was under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them, and had within six years of that alleged offense been convicted of or pleaded guilty in Brown County Municipal Court to three or four violations of that offense or other equivalent offenses. They included four OVI convictions in that court on Nov. 29, 2004. Grand jurors also stated they had found and specified Walker within 20 years of committing his alleged offense had been convicted of or pleaded guilty to five or more equivalent offenses. They included the four OVI convictions in Brown County Municipal Court on Nov. 29, 2004, and a driving under the influence conviction in Hamilton County Municipal Court on Oct. 26, 1992. • Terry Mays, 38, of Mt. Orab, was indicted on one count of theft from an elderly person or disabled adult, a fourthdegree felony. Mays allegedly on or about this past April 7 knowingly deprived an identified elderly person or disabled adult of $500 to $5,000 worth of currency. • Michael Pryor, 25, of Mt. Orab, and Paul L. Chapman, 25, of Bethel, were indicted in separate indictments on one count each of breaking and entering and theft, both of which are fifth-degree felonies. • Jamie Downing, 27, of
Georgetown, was indicted on one count each of breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools, both of which are fifth-degree felonies. Downing allegedly on or about this past May 8 trespassed by force, stealth or deception in a vacant house with the purpose of committing a theft offense therein. • Roy W. Hill Jr. , 20, of Lecanto, Fla., was indicted on one count each of breaking and entering with a specification and possessing criminal tools with a specification, each of which is a fifth-degree felony. Hill allegedly on or about this past April 27 trespassed by force, stealth or deception in an unoccupied warehouse with the purpose of committing a theft offense therein. • Kenneth E. Osborne, 50, of Mt. Orab, was indicted on one count of trafficking in marijuana, a fifth-degree felony. Osborne allegedly on or about this past Jan. 7 knowingly sold or offered to sell marijuana, a Schedule I controlled substance. • William L. Colston, 46, of Georgetown, was indicted on one count of unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance, a fifth-degree felony. Colston allegedly on or about this past May 12 knowingly acquired, had, carried or used a dangerous ordnance, which was identified as being a sawed-off shotgun. An indictment means a grand jury found that enough evidence exists that an accused person likely committed the crime(s) with which he or she is charged. An indictment by itself, however, does not mean the person is guilty of a specific crime or crimes or that he or she actually committed a specific crime or crimes.
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Hugh C. Cahall, 86 Hugh C. Cahall, 86, Mt. Orab, Oh., died Thursday, May 13, 2010. Hugh was born Aug. 27, 1923 in Brown County, Oh., to the late Elbert and Grace (nee White) Cahall. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by a son, Brice Cahall, a sister, Mary Donley, in addition to two brothers and another sister. Mr. Cahall was the beloved husband of Barbara Cahall, whom he married on July 19, 1944. Loving father of Charline Iams, Palm Harbor, Fla., Grant (Holly) Cahall, Mt. Orab, and Perry C. Cahall, Mt. Orab, affectionate grandfather of Leanne, Shane, Brian, Dylan, Benjamin, Alex, Ryan and Kara; cherished great-grandfather of Shana and Jessica; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends. Mr. Cahall was a charter member of the Mt. Orab Lions Club, the Mt. Orab VFW 9772 and a former Mt. Orab Village Council member. He was also a member of F&AM New Harmony 435, O.E.S. #514 and Gideons International. Mr. Cahall served in the US Navy during World War II and was the founder of Cahall Family Business. He had a kind and gracious heart that touched so many. The love and care that he gave to those will live on and on. Services were held at Mt. Orab United Methodist Church, Mt. Orab. Interment was in the Mt. Orab Cemetery, Green Township, Oh. Memorial donations may be directed to Gideons International. Megie Funeral Home served the family.
Vickie Lynn (nee Meyer) Younker, 68 Vickie Lynn (nee Meyer) Younker, 68, Mt. Orab died Wednesday, May 26, 2010. She was preceeded in death by her father Clifford Meyer and mother Francis DeMaria. Vickie was the wife of Delbert Younker, loving mother of Anna (Bob) Bingamon, Cathleen Long, Alex Long, and Christopher (Beth) Long, adoring grandmother of C J, Amanda, Lauren, Jamie, Nicholas, Elijah, Tommy, Dakota, Elliot, Ethan, Abigail, and Emily, great-grandmother of Hannah, Joshua, and Caleb. Sister of Bobbie (Steve) Draughn. She will be greatly missed. A memorial service was held Sunday May 30, 2010 at Clear Mountain Community Church in Williamsburg.
Billie Lee Barnes, 48, Buford, Oh., died unexpectedly Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at the Highland District Hospital. He was born Jan. 6, 1962 in Indianapolis, Ind., the son of Elnora Baute Barnes, Buford and the late William J. Barnes. Billie had worked for ten years for Weastec Corporation. In addition to his mother, he is survived by one sister, Deidra (Richard) Dumpert, Buford, one brother Dwight Barnes, Wilmington, three nieces, Brittany Barnes, Priscilla Barnes and Alisa (Dave) Hehl, one nephew, Ivan Dumpert, three aunts, Earline (Delbert) Woodson, Evelyn Fetter, Carol (Russ) Grey, all of Columbus, Ind., and one uncle, Francis (Ethel) Baute, Columbus, Ind. He was preceded in death by his father, William J. Baute and one nephew, Christopher Barnes. Services were Friday, June 4 at the Davis-Turner Funeral Home, Lynchburg where Leo Kuhn officiated. Burial was in the Dayton National Cemetery.
Lottie P. Harmon, 98 Lottie P. Harmon, 98, Georgetown, Oh., died Thursday, May 27, 2010 at the Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Georgetown. She was a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, a teacher, a nurse aid and a member of the Georgetown Baptist Church. Lottie was born Jan. 24, 1912 in Skylight, Kentucky the daughter of the late John and Sarah (Bramble) Pierce. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. O.T. Harmon, one son, Dale Harmon and one daughter, Freda Gay Gaffin. Mrs. Harmon is survived by two sons, Ken Harmon and wife Nancy, Georgetown, and Eldon Harmon and wife Sherry, Phoenix, Az., seven grandchildren, six great grandchildren, two sisters- inlaw, Ethel Pierce, Louisville, Ky., and Margaret Pierce, Scottsdale, Az., and one sonin-law, Junior Gaffin, West Union. Services were Monday, May 31, 2010 at the Georgetown Baptist Church, Georgetown, Oh., where Rev. Cliff Myers officiated. Interment was in the Cemetery in Wedonia Wedonia, Ky. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Gideons Memorial Bibles, P.O. Box 277, Mt.Orab, Ohio 45154
Della M. Vogler, 91 Della M. Vogler, 91, Brush Creek Township, Adams County, Oh., died Thursday, may 27, 2010 at the Adams County Manor, West Union. She was born Nov. 17, 1918, in Cleveland, Va. to the late Garland and Grace (Meade) Puckett. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Ivan Vogler and an infant son, John Kenneth Vogler. Mrs. Vogler leaves behind four sons, Eugene and Velma Vogler, Keith and ANita Vogler, Richard ‘Jake’ and Rosemary Vogler and Dwight ‘Ike’ Vogler all of West Union, two daughters, Eileen Evans, Cincinnati and Patricia ‘Patty’ and Greg Burns, Seaman, one brother James ‘Joe’ Puckett, Lebanon, Va., 11 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces. She was a homemaker and attended Gospel Lighthouse Chapel in Blue Creek. Services were Sunday, may 30 at Lafferty Funeral Home, West Union where Rev. Mike Bender officiated.
Donald Edward Drew, 67 Donald Edward Drew, 67 Hamersville, Oh., died Saturday, May 29, 2010 at Hospice of Cincinnati - East, Anderson Township. He worked in maintenance for the Bethel Tate School District in Bethel. Don was born May 10, 1943 in Cincinnati, Ohio the son of Clara (Gibson) Drew of Cincinnati, Ohio and the late Edward Drew. In addition to his mother, Mr. Drew is survived by his wife, Martha Drew, one daughter, Tracy Bohl of Independence, Ky., one grandson, Drew Bohl, Hamersville, two sisters, Nancy Singlar, Laurel, Oh., and Darlene Drew, Cincinnati, two brothers, Charlie Drew, Laurel, Oh., and Steve Drew, Sardinia, and several nieces and nephews. Services were held at Thursday, June 3, 2010 at the Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown. Interment was in the Old Bethel Cemetery, Bethel. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the West Fork Baptist Church, 10127 West Fork Road, Georgetown, Ohio 45121.
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Emily Faye (nee Stevenson) Baugus, 90, Hamersville, Oh., died Wednesday, May 26, 2010 in Georgetown, Oh. She was a retired assembly worker from Kenner Products. Emily was born March 21, 1920 in Hamersville, Oh., to the late Claude and Dellzell (Liming) Stevenson. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a daughter, Emily Ann Baugus, a grandson, Gary Douglas Baugus and a great grandson Tyler Whitmer. She is survived by two daughters, Dorothy Yelton, Georgetown, Beverly (Barry) Baker, Bethel, five sons, William (Suzy) Baugus, Locust Ridge, John Baugus, (Charlotte) Hamptonsville, NC, James (Paula) Baugus, Hamersville, Frank (Doris) Baugus, Hamersville, Tom (Sue) Baugus, Brooksville, Ky., 17 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 3 great, great grandchildren. Services were at the Egbert Funeral Home, Mt. Orab where Ben Hurst and Nathan Robbins officiated. Interment was in Neals Cemetery, Hamersville. Memorials may be made to Northside Baptist Church, Bethel.
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A FOOL In Matthew 5:22 it tells us to call no man a fool. We do not have that right but God does. Look with me in the 14th Psalm verse 1: “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God...” He may say it out loud or he may not. He may have professed one thing but believed another. Sometimes they just act or live like there is no God. They act like everything depends on them and they can do whatever they want to do without consequences. They are out for everything they can get and don’t care who they walk over to get it. They do not have to say it with their tongue; they just believe it in their heart. God calls the person who does not believe in Him a fool. I believe this whole chapter is more geared toward this generation than it was for the generations of the Old Testament. I believe this because of verse seven. “Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion!...” Israel is now back in the land and they need to be rescued; they need help. That help is not going to come from Washington, Paris, or London. That help is going to come out of Zion. Until that happens there will be no help. We have been working with Israel for 60 years and we haven’t really succeeded in helping them yet. Ladies and gentlemen, we are getting closer to the time when that help is going to come from Zion. The Bible tells us to pray for Jerusalem and to watch when you see Jerusalem surrounded with armies. And not only that but this generation of people, more than any other generation, is living like there is no God. As a people, not just this nation, our whole attitude toward God has changed. Therefore, God said: “...Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good.” Verse 2: “God looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, and did seek God.” God looks for people who have enough understanding of God to seek Him. In other words He looks for people who are looking for Him. And this is what He finds: “Every one of them is gone back: they are altogether become filthy; there is none that doeth good, no, not one.” Isaiah 64:6 tells us that: “...all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags..” I wasn’t seeking after God. I never did seek God
DR. CHARLES SMITH MT. ORAB BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH www.bbcmtorab.com but God sought after me. In John 6:44 Jesus tells us: “No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him...” God the Father sought me and He drew me to Jesus. God is not willing for any to perish. When He looks down and sees that no one is seeking after Him then He seeks after them. Sometimes it takes a lot to catch our attention. He gets some of us to turn around but others refuse to do the turning. You see, He leaves the final choice up to us. If you are not saved God is seeking you today. He wants you to turn around and when you do you will find Him there waiting for you. He is not hard to find. Look with me in II Chronicles 15. The prophet Azariah is speaking to King Asa. “...Hear ye me, Asa, and all Judah and Benjamin; The Lord is with you, while ye be with him; and if ye seek him, he will be found of you; but if ye forsake him, he will forsake you.” If you keep on forsaking God, He will forsake you! You will end up in Hell unless you receive Christ as your Saviour. God will not always strive with man. It amazes me that a cat can find it’s way 1300 miles across this country to find it’s home but a human being, with all of our intelligence, cannot find God. Is a cat more intelligent than we are? God wants us to come back to Him. James 4:8 tells us: “Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you.” If a cat can turn back to seek it’s master, why can’t we turn back to seek our Master, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ? Jesus said: “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” He is inviting you, what will you do with His invitation?
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Georgetown’s Adamson wins Troy regional in shot put event By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press
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Georgetown freshman, Jess Adamson, won the regional meet at Troy with a shot put heave of 50 feet, four inches, qualifying him for the state track and field meet in Columbus. “I feel relieved,” said Adamson. “I was nervous and had a lot of people pulling for me.” Adamson, who just seriously took up the event during his eighth-grade year, has improved and progressed PHOTO COMPLIMENTS OF KRISTY LUCAS
Georgetown’s Jess Adamson qualified for the state track and field meet by winning the Troy regional in the shot put event.
throughout the season. “At the beginning of the year I was going against guys with a lot of experience,” said Adamson. “Toward the end of the year I realized that I could compete.” The young G-Man is ranked seventh in the nation and second in Ohio for all freshman shot put throwers. In preparation for the state meet, Adamson is trying to keep things business as usual. “I have a three-day break in between workouts and the competition,” said Adamson. “Mentally, I am trying to think positively. I will try my best and treat this like any other competition, although I know it’s not.” The first-time state qualifier has a couple of goals for Friday’s event.
“I would like to get a new personal record,” added Adamson. “I also want to relax when I’m in the ring.” Adamson is not built like most of his competitors at the state meet. He is not six feet, six inches. “I am at a disadvantage because of my height,” said Adamson. “The other guys throw the shot put higher. I have to have better technique and be quicker with the shot.” Adamson resides in Georgetown, very close to the school. “It makes it easier to get to practice and work on things,” added Adamson. “We are actually putting a toe-board in at the house.” Adamson is the son of Steve and Rebecca Adamson. “I want to thank God and
my parents,” said Adamson. “I have been spoiled by them. I realize the effort and the money they have spent this year.” Adamson also has two older siblings, brother Zach and sister Ashley. “They are older and don’t live with us anymore,” added Adamson. “Zach is getting ready for his second trip to Iraq. But he will be there Friday, so I am glad he’ll get to come watch.” After the state meet, Adamson plans on weightlifting and attending some throwing camps this summer. “I have a friend who throws for Ashland College (Kurt Roberts) who says something that means a lot to me, ‘Every day is a shot put day’,” added Adamson.
Western’s Tudor returns to Ohio Track and Field Meet in discus By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press Western sophomore Mack Tudor is set for a return trip to the Ohio State Track and Field Championships. “Last year I had some freshman nerves coming in as the 15th seed,” said Tudor. “Hopefully, this year coming in as the 12th seed, I will have a good day. I hope to get on
the podium. That would be awesome. My goal is to make the top eight and work my way up from there.” Tudor finished third at the regional meet in Dayton with a discus throw of 154 feet, eight inches. His personal record is 166 feet, one inch, which he set at the Milford Invitational earlier this year. “I had a bad day at regionals,” said Tudor. “All but one
of my throws were fouls. I had a lot of nerves last week. Since I’ve been to the state, people kind of expect you to make it again.” Tudor, who is ranked seventh nationally for all sophomores, does not take all the credit for his success. “My parents are very excited for me, especially my mom,” added Tudor. “They have always supported me and
say ‘yes’ to anywhere I want to go for track.” “I want to thank Mr. Cook and my coaches for all their help and support. The fundraisers have helped me get the track supplies I need.” “I also want to thank Josh Fishback for all his help.” Fishback, a graduate of Clermont Northeastern who threw for the University of cincinnati, is Tudor’s technical coach. Tudor also would like to thank the teachers at Western for their support, especially his English teacher, Kim Harmon. “She has been very inspirational and supportive,” said Tudor. “She threw in college and she has come out to watch and support me.” Tudor’s future plans include focusing on track and going to college. “I’d love to extend my career to college and maybe the olympics,” said Tudor. “I just have to take it one step at a time.” Tudor’s summer plans include participating in the Youth National
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Western’s Mack Tudor qualified for a return trip to the state track and field championships by finishing third in the Dayton regional in the discus event. Tudor winged the discus over 154 feet in Dayton.
Championships in Chicago. Tudor is the son of Todd and Ruthetta Tudor of Mt.
Orab. His sister, Bre, is a recent graduate of Western Brown High School.
Annual Joe Myers Memorial 5K The fourth annual Joe Myers Memorial 5K Run/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, July 3, starting at 8 a.m. Race day registration will begin at 7 a.m. at the Russelville Rambler Community Center. Cost is $18 if pre-registered by June 27, or $20 on the day of the race. All proceeds go to the Joe Myers Eastern Girls
Basketball Scholarship Fund. Make checks payable to Joe Myers Memorial Scholarship Fund. Fee is tax deductible with number EIN26-1586583. Trophies for runners will be awarded to the top two finishers, male and female, age 39 and under, and to the top two finishers, male and female, age 40 and over. Trophies for walkers will be awarded to the top three male
finishers and the top three female finishers, no age categories. All participants will receive a tee shirt and a participation medal with an engraved number of overall placement. Refreshments will be provided to participants. For more information, call Bobbie Tibbe at 937-377-4300 or 937-974-0063.
Crusaders Gymnastics (Champions of Faith Gymnastics, LLC) is a new gymnastics training facility, featuring a previous national elite gymnast and 1988 Olympic hopeful, Tessa Shafor, as the
owner/head coach. With 27 years professional coaching experience, her expertise can provide potential Olympic opportunity to any child in the surrounding five–county area. The facility is located by the
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By Ritchie Butler The Brown County Press Mark Williams, a 2007 graduate of Fayetteville High School, is heading for the New England Collegiate Baseball League this summer. “I am looking forward to seeing better baseball,” said Williams. “There will be bet-
ter pitchers and hitters. Ninety-five percent of the players are from Division I programs.” Williams, who recently completed his junior year at Marietta, has enjoyed success this season. Marietta finished the year ranked 17th in the nation. The Express were runners-up in their conference,
conference tournament and regional, ending the season with an overall mark of 37-13. Williams had a record of 6-4 on the mound, with an ERA of 4.20. He also had three saves this year. Williams is not new to summer play. He spent last year playing for the Chillicothe Paints in the Prospect League.
Fayetteville graduate, Mark Williams, was invited to pitch in the New England Collegiate Baseball League this summer. The Marietta junior will hurl for the North Shore Navigators.
“This league (NECBL) is the third toughest league of its kind,” said Williams. “Being from a small town, this is huge for me to go to a place like that. Hopefully, I’ll get recognition that will lead to the next level.” Williams will be pitching for the North Shore Navigators this summer and will be residing in Lynn, Massachusetts with the James Coffey family. The season begins June 6, and runs until July 31. During that time, Williams will be working some baseball camps at Boston College. “I am set up to work camps at B.C. this summer to help pay the bills,” added Williams. “Camps begin June 8.” Williams anticipates filling the role of closer while with the Navigators, but added that he might see some spot starts. “I’ve worked on being a closer, especially through the final weeks of the season at Marietta,” said Williams. Outside the lines, Williams is looking forward to taking in the sites during his time in the northeast. “I really want to go to a Red Sox game,” said Williams. “I am a big fan of Kevin Youkilis (a Sycamore graduate) and the Red Sox.” Williams’ future looks bright as he embarks on this opportunity. “I am happy and ready to go,” said Williams. “There is a possibility I’ll get drafted and playing there this summer may help. I have had contact with some Major League Baseball organizations.” Williams is the son of Mark and Denise Williams, who still reside in Fayetteville. His brother, Tanner, attends Fayetteville High School.
Mt. Orab sixth-grade girls enjoy successful season on the hardwood By Marlo Wood Guest contributor The Mt. Orab sixth-grade girls basketball team had an
outstanding 2009-2010 season. The girls placed first in the Mt. Orab Fall League. Over Christmas break, they
played in two holiday tournaments, playing seven game in a 31 hour period. They placed first in the Whiteoak Tournament and took third in
the Bethel Tournament. The girls finished the season strong, winning the C.B.Y.B.A. league and placing first in the league tournament. Good job girls, we are very proud of you.
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Fayetteville graduate, Mark Williams, finished his junior season at Marietta with a record of 6-4. He also picked up three saves.
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The sixth-grade Mt. Orab girls basketball team. Front row, l-to-r, Marissa Wood, Hannah Sininger, Nena Taylor and Angel Shumake. Back row, l-to-r, James Taylor, Sugare Shaffer, Hannah Slack, Abby Jordan, Autumn Smith and Matt Slack.
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The UC-Clermont Cougars Men’s Baseball Team finished second (runners-up) in the United States College Athletic (USCAA) Association’s National Baseball Championship, held May 1014, in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. The Cougars were defeated in the championship game by Briarcliffe College, N.Y., 16-4. The Cougars finished the tournament with a 4-2 record, having lost in an earlier round to Briarcliffe, 8-4. Seeded No. 6 in the 10-team tournament, the Cougar wins came against No. 3 seed Southern Virginia, 3-1, No. 8 seed Clark State Community College, 103, No. 1 seed Apprentice College, 10-8 and No. 4 seed Penn State Beaver 6-3. The USCAA consists of small colleges throughout the United States and holds National Championships for all major men’s and women’s college sports. More information can be found at www.theuscaa.com. The Cougars were the College Athletic Ohio Conference League
Cougars win league, finish 2nd in national tournament
The 2010 UC-Clermont Cougars
Champions with an 11-1 conference record. Overall, the Cougars finished the 2010 baseball season with a 27-18 record. The Clermont Cougars are coached by Head Coach Joe Spriggs and assistant coaches Dino Costanzo and Jack Harbison. The players are made up of students from all over the Greater Cincinnati
area. More information about UC-Clermont Baseball can be found at http://www.ucclermont.edu/at hletics/baseball.html. Individual honors for the players include: Dominic “Nic” Costanzo (junior first baseman from Mariemont H.S.), First Team All-American. USCAA Costanzo hit .460 in the regu-
lar season and led the USCAA in walks with 39. He also made it to the top of the following USCAA categories: on-base percentage of .593; RBI’s totaling 49; and Runs scored totaling 48. Andrew “Drew” Hord (sophomore left fielder from Glen Este) Honorable USCAA AllMention American. Hord hit .425 in
the regular season and posted a team-high five home runs. He was also named to the USCAA National AllTournament Team. Steve Hendrickson (sophomore centerfielder from Wayne H.S.) and Chris Alfaro (sophomore from Anderson H.S.) were also named to the All-Tournament USCAA team.
Costanzo, Hendrickson, Hord, Nate Janscics (freshman pitcher from Loveland), Jeff Muse P/OF (sophomore pitcher and outfielder from Oak Hills) and Bobby Noeth (junior third baseman from Western Brown) were all selected for the OCAC AllConference team as well.
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Another night of hot racing action at Moler Raceway Park started with the Sunesis Construction Late Model Division on the track for heatrace action and it was Barry Doss and John Whitney taking the wins, setting up the starting line-up for the 25-lap feature event. In the feature event, it was Doss out front, but Rick Combs and Jason Jamison were right behind him. On lap 8, Combs slipped by Doss to take the lead in traffic while Jamison spent the next eight laps trying to follow suit. Jamison was finally able to get by Doss and set sail for
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Combs, but to no avail, as the A Hines Racing Engine Machine of Combs claimed his first feature win of the season. Jamison’s streak of fourstraight wins was snapped as he came home a close second following a lap 20 caution. Third place finish went to Larry Pickelheimer, Jr., followed by a hard-charging Tim Prince and Chad Stapleton. In the Mt. Orab Ford UMP Modifieds, it was another fine field of cars on hand as 29 drivers signed in to take a chance at winning the event. In heat race action, it was Brandon Webber, Joe Godsey and Matt Hamilton taking heat wins with Derick Davis claiming the B-main event. In the feature event, it was Hamilton out front, but a rollover accident by D.J. Latham brought out the red flag after one lap. By lap 6, it was Devin Gilpin taking the top spot and setting sail on the field. Godsey and Dave McWilliams waged a battle for the second spot most of the race, but no one had anything for “Kid Dasco,” who is number one in UMP Points across the nation and proved how he got there as the Dasco Racing Supply, Impressive Race Chassis, Eddie Gilstrap machine was not going to be beat on this night. Gilpin claimed his second feature win of the season at MRP, while McWilliams and Weasel Rhodes got past Godsey on the final lap to take second and third positions, while Godsey and Randy Wash completed the top five. In the Holman Motors Chevette division, there was another fine field of cars on hand. Less Romano, Jeff Watson and Miles Tarvin claimed heat-race wins and set up the feature lineup. At the green flag, it was Watson out front with Tarvin in tow. At the midpoint of the race, it looked like Tarvin might challenge Watson for the top spot, but Watson went on to claim his fourth feature win of the season in his Harmony Salon, Rod to Wrenches, Triple C Powersports, LTI Carburetors sponsored machine. Tarvin came home second with Sean Jones, Brandon Elam and Romano rounding out the top five. The US Race Gear Street Stocks once again rounded out the night’s activities. Following heat wins by Benji Dean and Jeremy Scott, the 12-car field was set for the
feature event. At the green, it was Scott out front, but for the first seven laps he was challenged closely by Dean. Scott started to pull away and Dean had his hands full keeping Jeremie Bretz behind him. On the final lap, Mark Kaetzel slowed off of turn 2, and Chad Minnie and Dean made hard contact with the stopped machine, bringing a red flag out and setting a one-lap shootout to finish the event. At the green, Bretz was no match for Scott and the Manchester, Ohio native claimed his first MRP victory in his H&S Poured Walls, Maysville Ready Mix, Morgan Plumbing and Excavating sponsored car. Bill Crabtree came home third, followed by Dave Kirker and Scott Hess. During intermission it was the kids’ turn, as the intermission activity was bicycle races down the front stretch for the youngsters in attendance. Friday, June 4, will be the old timers’ turn as the Vintage American Race Cars make their annual appearance at the speedway. Seniors get in 1/2 price general admission. Come check out the old race cars on display and watch them take some laps in an exhibition race throughout the evening.
Above, Modified Winner, 18-year-old Devin Gilpin. Below, Street Stock Winner, Jeremy Scott.
Battle of the Badges Round 8
Round 8 of the Battle of the Badges took place on Saturday, May 22. This year the police department (above) took the plaque home by defeating the fire department (below). Thanks to all who played and helped with the game. Bulldawg Printing did a great job this year on the shirts. thanks to LaRosa’s for donating pizza.
The Perry Township Trustees and the Solid Waste Authority will hold clean-up days for the residents of Perry Township, Brown County; including the villages of Fayetteville and St. Martin, on Friday June 11th and Saturday, June 12th from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Dumpsters will be available at the Perry Township Community Building located on the east edge of town at 3854 U.S. 50, Fayetteville. Large appliances will be accepted but must be kept separate. NO HAZARDOUS WASTE, TIRES, GAS TANKS, FUEL CANS OR DRUMS WILL BE ACCEPTED. PERRY TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS ONLY
ID MAY BE REQUIRED TO SHOW PROOF OF RESIDENCE The Perry Township Trustees are not responsible for any accidents.
NOTE - TIRE AMNESTY DAY WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 28th FROM 9AM - 2PM (LIMIT 10 TIRES PER HOUSEHOLD)
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Mt. Orab police officers honored at council meeting Mt. Orab Council raises Orab-area resident George where the police station is locat- ed in the line of duty. Mount C 1 municipal workers' pay Ruby that morning and arrested ed, was shattered from the gun- mentioned he always would him for drunk driving. After Ruby's wife picked him up at the police station about 3 a.m., he came back there about an hour later and fired at Conley, who was walking to his cruiser, with a .38 special. The bullet struck Conley in his bullet-resistant vest about an inch from the bottom. Mount had reported Conley ran for cover across the parking lot, hit the ground behind the flagpole and began returning fire. Hodges, who was in the police station, heard the gunfire and rushed to help, but as he approached the door, Ruby tried to enter the building with a gun, Mount had reported. Ruby subsequently gunfire with exchanged Hodges, and a glass door at the Mt. Orab Municipal Building,
fire. Hodges continued out the west door of the building and came around the corner to find Ruby down in front of the building's main door. Ruby was taken to Mercy Medical Center Mt. Orab where he was pronounced dead while Conley, who Mount reported had a fistsized bruise on his back, was treated at Mercy Medical Center Mt. Orab and released. Lunsford presented Conley and Hodges each with a Medal of Valor. Mentioning how both officers went beyond the call of duty and went into harm's way to save each other, Mount commented how “they certainly earned these medals”. Lunsford also presented a Purple Heart medal to Conley in recognition of his being wound-
wear that scar from that night's assault. Lunsford commented to all the police officers in attendance, some of whom received no special recognition or promotion that night, “The council appreciates everybody being here and the job you do.” State Rep. Danny Bubp attended that night's Recognition Ceremony and mentioned how he had attended the same high school as Troy Conley, Justin Conley's father (Eastern Local High School). Bubp praised the officers involved in the Jan. 3 shooting for being prepared on their jobs. “It's a dangerous world out there.” The state representative also thanked Lunsford for taking time to recognize the Mt. Orab police officers' work.
Saturday Social scheduled June 12 in downtown Ripley BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press
Cahall Bros., Inc. thanks Beth Loudon for service and dedication Cahall Bros., Inc. would like to thank Beth Loudon for her twenty years of service and dedication. Beth is the Administrative Office Manager at the Georgetown facility. Kyle and Roland Cahall presented Beth with a John Ruthven print and a large cake on Tuesday June 1, 2010, marking her 20th year with the company.
Some downtown Ripley businesses are organizing four Saturday Socials this year, and the first is scheduled 2-9 p.m. this coming Saturday, June 12, between Easton Alley and Front Street in downtown Ripley. Ripley Farmers Market President Vicki Bixler said Saturday Social planners are undertaking those events because “Ripley needed some business. We need some activity in Ripley. We need fun things in Ripley.” Bixler said Red Oak Creek Kollaborative Studio in downtown Ripley will provide music, and any band who may want to perform this Saturday may want to call that studio at (937) 392-3104 for further information.
Ohio Rural Water Association in Washington DC The Ohio Rural Water Association’s (ORWA) Legislative Committee recently participated in the National Rural Water Association’s (NRWA) Legislative Rally in Washington DC. The committee visited Ohio’s Congressional and Senate leaders, including ORWA supporter Senator Sherrod Brown, to update them about the important water and wastewater programs and issues that affect the thousands of rural residents throughout the State of Ohio. Members of the committee pictured with Senator Brown include, left to right: James Truesdell, Rural Lorain County Water Authority, Tom Reese, Northern Ohio Rural Water, Senator Sherrod Brown, Kevin Strang, Executive Director of ORWA and Lowell Allen, Brown County Rural Water Association.
The Brown County General Hospital Center for Interventional Pain Management Scottie Dog Foundation awarded Western Brown High School Class of 2010 Valedictorian Sarah Kelsey a $1,000 scholarship May 13 at the WBHS Academic Awards Program. Presenting the award to Kelsey, right, are Dr. Magdalena Kerschner, director of the BCGH Center for Interventional Pain Management, left, and Scotty Dog (Phyllis Mann, a Registered Nurse with BCGH Surgical Services).
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CLEAN UP DAYS June 10th, 11th & 12th 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Dumpsters will be located at Five Mile Cemetery on State Rt. 286. No tires or hazardous materials will be permitted. Township will not be responsible for any accidents that might occur. Sterling Township residents only.
The Brown County Public Library Board of Trustees will hold its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 16, in the meeting room of the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St., Mt, Orab, for the purpose of conducting any business which may come before the board at that time.
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The Brown County Soil and Water Conservation District’s monthly meeting was held on May 19, 2010 at 7 a.m. at the District office in Georgetown. The Board of Supervisors and staff would like to thank the Brown County Board of Commissioners for attending the meeting. Their continued support through the many years of tough budget times is appreciated more than words can express. After the meeting this morning I decided to start sharing with the public some of the information that the staff members list in their monthly board reports. I hope this bit of news will give the public a better understanding of the importance of the role the Conservation District plays in Brown County. The District currently has two full-time employees, each working 40 hours per week and two employees working 8 (eight) hours each per week. A few years ago there were 5 (five) full-time employees. Chris Rogers has been with the District for 17 years. His
current role is District Administrator and Technician. He is a wealth of knowledge and I honestly just don’t know how much more his brain can hold! His report reflected his presence on the Brown County Subdivision Review Committee, attendance at the Brown County Planning Commission Meetings, attendance at the Countywide Sewer Team Meetings, of which he is a member, and attendance at the Pleasant Township Trustees Meeting. He also provided Technical Assistance for the Clean Ohio Farmland Preservation Program, four USDA Farmbill Programs, White Oak Creek Watershed Project; Soil and Water Quality Project, and the Division of Wildlife Livestock Exclusion Fence Program. In addition to the Technical Assistance and service to numerous individuals, he was responsible for many Administrative duties; among which were budget, internal audit and grants. To learn more about your local conservation district visit WWW.BROWNSWCD .ORG or call (937) 378-4424 ext. 4.
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Soil and Water District meets in Georgetown BY Sheila Waterfield Brown County Soil & Water
The Brown County Press/WAYNE BOBLITT
Community Bible Church in Aberdeen will be hosting their annual Vacation Bible School beginning on June 7- 11. Bible School will run from 6:30 8:30 p.m. each evening. This year's theme is Hero Headquarters! At Hero Headquarters, kids will meet unlikely Bible heroes who are often overlooked. In fact, we don't know a single one of their names! They were not famous leaders or called by God to perform amazing miracles-yet their small acts were used by God to do wonderful things! Community Bible Church would like to invite children from Pre-School to 8th Grade. Children will be engaged in great Bible classes, inspiring and entertaining worship, active and creative recreation and will have delicious snacks each evening. An incredible staff of adult volunteers will be on hand each evening to assure a memorable time is had by all children. Community Bible Church is located in Aberdeen, Ohio. Turn on Budig Drive by Bowie Tire and a right turn on Denver Drive and you'll be there! Fore more information call Matthew Carpenter at (937) 515-2014.
The Mt. Orab municipal employees will find some extra money in their paychecks following Mt. Orab Village Council members' action on June 1. Council members, meeting in regular session, adopted an ordinance establishing a new rate of pay for village employees. The ordinance granted the following pay hikes: A one-time hourly increase of 25 cents for all non-elected full-time employees. A one-time hourly increase of 25 cents for all part-time personnel including Fire Department and Life Squad, snow removal, office, Street Department, Water Department, Sewer Department, Waste Department, and Police Department employees and
the zoning commissioner. A $10 per hour increase for the village solicitor's services above his existing base rate. A one time increase of $260 for the tax commissioner, the village magistrate, the street commissioner, and the chief fiscal officer. Council members at last Tuesday's meeting also suspended the rules and adopted a resolution directing the village to pick up the 10 percent mandatory contribution for the Mt. Orab Fire Department chief to the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund. The village is to pick up mandatory contributions that began this past Wednesday, June 2, but not any contributions prior to the adoption of that resolution. The council's next meeting is scheduled at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 15, at the Mt. Orab Municipal Building, 211 S. High St., Mt. Orab.
Vacation Bible School set at Aberdeen church
Members of the Lights Camera Imagination 4-H Club will conduct some children's games, Bixler reported, and some booths will offer refreshments to those attending the first Saturday Social. Members of the OhioKentucky River Valley Chapter of Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association, a group which promotes organic and sustainable farming and gardening, will offer those attending homemade ice cream for a donation. Bixler said Ripley Farmers Market at 14 Main St. will be open the entire time during the Saturday Social on June 12. The Market continues to serve its customers with farm fresh eggs, free-ranged chickens, baked goods, onions, potatoes, fresh lettuce and greens, locally-produced honey, and other items. The Market also will sell waffles, omelets, chicken and dumplings, and chicken salad sandwiches and ham, turkey, and cheese sandwiches on homemade bread. Bixler said Saturday Socials also are being planned for three summer Saturdays: July 10, Aug. 14 and Sept. 11. Further information about the June 12 Saturday Social is available by calling Bixler at (937) 377-6585 or (937) 5150109.
BY Wayne Boblitt The Brown County Press
Lunsford presented Certificates of Achievement to Conley and Patrolman Chris Hodges for their success in arresting drunken drivers in 2009. They each exceeded the standard of 10 or more arrests with Conley making 20 driving under the influence arrests and Hodges making 13. Lunsford then informed council members he and Mount were recommending they promote Hahn to the position of investigator/detective and Hodges to sergeant. Council members approved both promotions. Mount then praised Conley and Hodges for acting with courage and valor during a shooting incident about 4 a.m. this past Jan. 3 just outside the Mt. Orab Police Station. Conley had pulled over Mt.
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Ohio State Treasurer Kevin Boyce learned a lot about Brown County during a recent visit he made to this part of the Buckeye State, and Brown County Democrats learned much about Boyce as well. Boyce was the keynote speaker at the Brown County Democratic Spring Dinner held April 17 at Southern Hills Career and Technical Center in Georgetown. Brown County Democrat Central Committee Chairman Dallas Hurt arranged for Boyce to receive a tour earlier that day of the new Kroger Marketplace supermarket in Mt. Orab that hadn’t opened yet. Boyce mentioned to the Kroger managers who gave him that tour how he had worked at a Kroger store during his younger days. Hurt and Mike Woodford, a Democrat from Union Township, also gave Boyce a tour of some historic sites in Southern Brown County such as the John Rankin House in
Republican Party challenger Josh Mandel, an Ohio state representative, this fall. Margery Paeltz, who is president of the Brown Board of County Commissioners, introduced Boyce and said Brown County Democrats were honored to have him as their speaker that night. “We know our treasurer has a busy schedule.” Boyce said Brown County was an “amazing county” with “amazing people” and mentioned how he had seen some of the county’s rich history earlier that day, adding the entire state has a lot of rich history as well. He talked about how he was born and raised in Columbus, commenting, “When you grow up there, you don’t have a chance to get out much and see parts of rural Ohio.” Boyce elicited some laughter when he talked about how it was “quite an experience” when he milked a cow for the first time, mentioning how he and that cow “bonded in a way you couldn’t understand”. Boyce said he is seeing a
belief among Ohioans as he travels that everyone in Ohio together can overcome the challenges facing the state. He mentioned how Ohio has lost 300,000 manufacturing jobs since 2000. “No doubt you felt it in your community,” he told his listeners. Boyce talked about the challenges of his job and said the state treasury “didn’t lose one single penny” in 2009. He said he was able to increase Ohio’s state portfolio by watching the markets and said one of the treasurer’s roles was to hold some state money in assets and trusts. He also said he was able to reduce the fees charged by banks and investment firms to the state to invest its funds. Party Thanks Many Unions Toward the conclusion of the dinner, Paeltz presented a plaque to Brown County Democrat Central Committee Treasurer John Carroll representing thanks from the county’s Democrats to the unions who helped construct that party’s Headquarters Building
BC Brown Board of Health meets The Brown County Board of Health will hold its meeting on Tuesday, June 8, 2010. During this meeting a public hearing will be held concerning the following resolutions: • #2010-66 Adult vaccine fee change: • Add Twinrix, Pneumonia, Zostavax, Td, Tdap and MMR to immunization schedule making fees $15.00 admin. fee plus the cost of vaccine rounded to the nearest five dollar increment. • #2010-67 Establish an individual office service charge for children’s immunizations: • Proposed Office visit fee $10.00 • Administration fee per immunization $5.00 The resolution was submitted and approved during the regular board of health meeting held on March 9, 2010. Following the public hearing, the Board of Health will vote to adopt the resolution or change it. Unless otherwise publicized, all board of health meetings are held in the 911 Communication break room and begin at 7:00 p.m. Any interested parties, wishing to discuss the resolution should plan to attend the June 8th meeting. Resolutions are on file at the Health Department and copies may be requested in person or by calling (937) 3786892.
Sardinia Church of Christ to hold fundraiser for PRC The Sardinia Church of Christ will be holding a 5k Run/Walk to raise funds for the Pregnancy Resource Center in Georgetown Ohio. The 5k will be held on June 12 at 8 a.m. starting in the parking lot of the Sardinia Church of Christ. Registration is $20. Prizes will be awarded for the appropriate categories. All proceeds will benefit the Pregnancy Resource Center. The Church is still actively seeking volunteers to help with the race and also sponsors for monetary donations. Please contact the Sardinia Church of Christ if you are interested in running/walking or volunteering at (937) 4462594 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Ripley. Boyce later mentioned in his speech he felt chills as he viewed the house of Rankin, a Presbyterian minister and abolitionist who stood up at a time that would “test one’s soul”. He noted Rankin had moved to Ohio from Tennessee, which was a Slave State, and began preaching about freeing slaves. Boyce Appointed To Job Ohio Governor Ted Strickland appointed Boyce, an eight-year Columbus City Council member, as state treasurer in December 2008 to replace Richard Cordray, who had resigned that position to which he was elected in 2006. Cordray became Ohio attorney general after winning a Special Election for that position in November 2008. Boyce, who took office as Ohio’s treasurer in January 2009, is the Democratic Party nominee for state treasurer in the 2010 General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 2. He was unopposed in the Democratic Party Primary Election on May 4 and will face
Mt. Orab VFW Post 9772 news There will be a yard sale at the Mt. Orab VFW Post 9772 on June 11-12. Boy and Cub Scouts have a need for any old camping equipment, Please drop it off at the post. The post meeting will also be on June 9. There will also be a dance on June 19 beginning at 8 p.m. For more information call (937) 444-2704.
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Margery Paeltz presents Brown County Democrat Central Committee Treasurer John Carroll a plaque at the Brown County Democratic Spring Dinner April 17 representing Brown County Democrats’ thanks to many unions who helped construct the County Party’s Headquarters some years back at the Brown County Fairgrounds in Georgetown. Carroll is a member of one of those honored unions, Millwrights Local 1066 of Monroe.
years ago at the Brown County Fairgrounds in Georgetown. Carroll is a
member of one of those unions, Millwrights Local 1066 of Monroe.
Read plant labels before you buy BY Barbara Williams OSU Brown County Master Gardener Volunteer
Cub Scouts earn the Arrow of Light award Cub Scout Pack 629 held a special ceremony on May 19th. Five WEBELOS scouts earned the Arrow of Light award, which is the highest award in the Cub Scout Program. Pictured with their parents are Jeffery Schlueter, Brett Andryshak, Kyle Fetters, Will Culver and Joey Dahlheimer. After the awards were given out, all five scouts crossed over into Boy Scout Troops. Troop 304 and 416 were on hand to welcome their new scouts into their Troops.
HEAP/SCP set to begin July 1 The HEAP/Summer Crisis Program (SCP) administered through Adams-Brown Counties Economic Opportunities, Inc., will begin July 1, 2010, and last through August 31, 2010. The SCP can assist eligible households with one electric payment up to $175 (a disconnect notice is NOT required). Physician documentation is not required for applicants 60 years of age or over. Applicants under the age of 60 must provide physician documentation that there is an illness or a medical condition of a household member who would benefit from
assistance with the electric. Due to this summer’s funding, air conditioners will be available for elderly households only (those 60 and over) who are income eligible, provided the household has not received an air conditioner in 2007, 2008 or 2009. Applicants for air conditioners will be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. Please come prepared with proof of income for the household (past 13 weeks), social security cards for everyone in the home, electric bill, main heating source
Attorney General conducts statewide sweep against shoddy workmanship and failure to deliver As Ohio consumers begin to make springtime repairs to their homes, Attorney General Richard Cordray today sent a stern message to home improvement contractors who defraud Ohioans. Concluding a statewide law enforcement sweep, Cordray announced charges, and in some cases judgments, against eight Ohio companies accused of swindling consumers. "My office receives thousands of complaints annually from consumers who receive poor service from home improvement contractors," said Cordray. "As a result, this spring we took a hard-line approach to cleaning up the industry in Ohio. The contractors named in today's sweep defrauded Ohioans out of tens of thousands of dollars. Their fraudulent actions cast an undeserved shadow over the many hard-working, reputable companies that play by the rules. Moving forward, we will continue to closely monitor the industry to ensure a level playing field for those businesses that provide solid
service to Ohio consumers." Cordray announced lawsuits and some default judgments against the following companies for violations of Ohio's Consumer Sales Practices Act (CSPA): • Anthony Otworth d.b.a. Custom Touch Remodel, based in Galloway. • Backyard Oasis/Royal Spa, located in Lewis Center. • Bob Brown d.b.a. Brown & Brown Roofing and Bob Brown Roofing. • Hometown Improvement, Inc., based in Columbus. • Kyle Wiehoff d.b.a C&W Concrete, located in Columbus. • Premier Design Consultants Inc., located in Columbus. • Scott Goodin Heating and Cooling, located in Cincinnati. • Shawn Fleming Snowplowing and Shawn Fleming Roofing. In all of these cases, Attorney General Cordray has requested that the court grant civil penalties and restitution for consumers.
information, and, if applicable, your physician’s documentation as noted above. Also, first time applicants please bring proof of citizenship (birth certificate, Medicaid card or voter registration). Income guidelines are at 200 percent of the 2009 Federal Poverty Guidelines as follows: Household size of one, with a yearly income of $21,660 ($5,415 for 13 weeks) Household size of one, with a yearly income of $21,660 ($5,415 for 13 weeks) Household size of two, with a yearly income of $29,140 ($7,285 for 13 weeks) Household size of three, with a yearly income of $36,620 ($9,155 for 13 weeks) Household size of four, with a yearly income of $44,100 ($11,025 for 13 weeks) Household size of five, with a yearly income of $51,580 ($12,895 for 13 weeks) Household size of six, with a yearly income of $59,060 ($14,765 for 13 weeks) Households with more than six members should add $7,480 per member to the annual income or $1,870 per member for three months. Please call your local HEAP office on or after June 21 to schedule an appointment. Adams County: 1-800233-7891 or 695-0316, ext. 252, 235 or 236. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Brown County: 1-800-5537393 or 378-6041, ext. 280. Office hours are MondayFriday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walkins from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Outreach is available for the very elderly or disabled.
How often have you been at a garden center and seen a new plant you just had to have, only to bring it home and find that it won’t work for the spot you had bought it? Reading the label first saves you time, money, and energy. The plant label lists light and water usage, bloom time, spacing, growth rate, cold hardiness, when to prune if needed, and planting instructions. It can also state if the plant is drought tolerant or deer resistant. Different plants need varying amounts of sunlight for optimal growth. Full sun means at least six or more hours of full sunlight. Part shade refers to one-half day of sun, such as morning sun and afternoon shade. It also refers to lightly filtered sun through high tree branches. Shade is minimal direct sun exposure, usually less than one and a half hours. This would include north-facing beds shaded by structures. There are perennials, annuals, and bulbs that will grow in each of these situations. Young and newly planted transplants need to be watered more frequently than mature, established plants. Keep soil moist to a depth of four to five
inches. If rainfall does not provide this moisture, apply water at a rate of one inch per week. A two-inch layer of mulch that does not touch the crown of the plant will help conserve moisture. Established perennials can usually be maintained with just rainfall except for extended drought conditions. Spacing requirements on the plant label help determine how many plants would be needed for a specified size area. This is especially helpful for planting perennials. It is sometimes tempting to plant them closer than specified, but remember this spacing is based on the mature width of the plants. If planted too close, you may have to move the plant next year if it gets too big for its space. You can always plant annuals to fill in the space till the perennial matures. Hardiness zones are listed on perennials and hardy bulbs. Here in southwestern Ohio, we are in Zone 6. So plants should be selected for Zone 6 or below. A plant above Zone 6 should be treated as an annual. Finally, follow the planting instruction regarding size of hole to dig. Transplants should be at the same soil level as in the container. If organic matter is used to improve drainage and aeration, a general rule is to add one part organic matter to three parts native soil.
ODH announces new heirloom birth certificate styles Proceeds to benefit the Ohio Family and Children First Initiative The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) today announced the availability of three new heirloom birth certificates available for purchase through the ODH office of vital statistics. Heirloom birth certificates can commemorate a recent birth, celebrate a special birthday or be passed along from generation to generation as a family keepsake. “Ohioans told ODH that they wanted additional options to choose from when ordering an heirloom birth certificate,” said ODH Director Alvin D. Jackson, M.D. “In response to this valuable public input, I am proud to announce three new heirloom birth certificate designs.” Ohioans can now choose from the native Ohioan design which honors the birth of Buckeyes, the newborn footprint design that offers space to capture the footprints of child or the more traditional statehouse lawn design. In addition to these new designs, the commemorative design, which highlights achievements of famous Ohioans, is still available. The proceeds from the sale of heirloom birth certificates benefit the Ohio Family and Children First initiative (FCF), which is working to ensure that all children thrive and succeed within healthy communities. For more information about FCF visit www.fcf.ohio.gov. Each heirloom birth certificate costs $25.00 and is printed on 8.5 by 11 inch high quality paper with a raised
seal, which allows them to be used for official business in addition to display. To view the heirloom birth certificate designs or to download the application to request an heirloom birth certificate, visit http://www.odh.ohio.gov and click on vital statistics.
RULH District Council to meet The Ripley-Union-LewisHuntington Local School District Professional Developmental Council will hold its regular meeting at 9 a.m. this Tuesday, June 8, at the District Administration Office, 120 Main St., Ripley.
VBS starts at Sardinia Church of Christ Sardinia Church of Christ will be having a High Seas Expedition Vacation Bible School on Monday through Friday, June 7 to 11, from 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. This will be an exciting high seas adventure for kids from grades K through grade 5. The church is located at 7130 Bachman Rd, Sardinia. For more information, call (937) 446-2594 or visit www.sardiniacc.com.
BY Wayne Boblitt
Ohio treasurer urges BC Democrats to work together for good of the state
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Western Brown FFA holds 35th annual banquet Submitted Photo
Hamersville second graders learn about Japanese culture Recently, Hamersville second grade students were rewarded for good behavior for the month of April with a presentation about Japan from Ms. Jeanne Brown. Ms. Brown currently works with students at Hamersville School to improve their reading, but several years ago she moved to Japan to teach English to students ages 4-84 as a part of the Berlitz Company. She discussed with the second graders many Japanese holidays including New Year's, Constitution Day, In-Between Day, and Children's Day. The students learned about traveling with passports, obtaining an Alien Card, moving about the city on trains, shopping for groceries daily, schooling, and living in a Japanese home. Ms. Brown had quite a collection of items to share with the students including: tissue covers with advertisements, fans, coin money, parasols, chopsticks, toys, and pictures. The second grade teachers would like to thank Ms. Brown for an excellent presentation!!!
On Saturday, May 15th the FFA held their 35th Annual Banquet. Many members, parents, and guests were invited to eat the meal prepared by Lake Manor Catering. Guests and parents were able to watch the presentation of awards and celebration of achievements the chapter earned. Amy Jo Frost, the State FFA President, gave an inspiring speech. Appreciations and recognition were given to all the parents of FFA members, supporters, past FFA members and affiliates of the chapter. Many awards were presented, including the CDE awards and awards from the advisor. The 2009-2010 officers retired with Sarah Kelsey saying her retiring address, as well as giving out the officer plaques. Newly elected officers were recognized in the installation of officers. The 2010-2011 President is Blake Spitznagel and the Vice President is Zach Wallace. The newly instated officers closed out the meeting by handing out door prizes and cleaning up the auditeria. The Western Brown FFA would like to thank Lake Manor Catering for the meal, the JROTC for helping, and everyone who attended and supported the Western Brown FFA over the past year.
SSCC honors the 2010 Patri-Tots graduating class The 2010 graduating class of Southern State Community College’s PatriTots Learning Center was honored May 21 with a celebration in the Edward K. Daniels Auditorium on the college’s Central Campus in Hillsboro. The 12 young pupils who will be moving on to kindergarten this fall include Lex Angles, Mackenzie Corbin, Elliott, Aixan Brayden Elmore, Chad Gillespie, Madison Knauff, Peyton Magee, Dow Moon, Eric Simpson, Garet Thompson, Gavin Thompson and Hope Wenker. Southern State houses Patri-Tots Learning Centers at Central Campus in Hillsboro and North Campus in Wilmington. Both child learning centers are licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and accept children from 18 months to 12 years of age. The facilities are open five days a week, with both part-
Patri-Tots pre-K teacher Stacy Everson reads “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” to the 2010 graduating class. Submitted Photo
time and full-time spaces options, providing bus pickup and drop-off services for specific local schools. Developmentally appropriate activities within a preschool setting are provided by qualified teachers who have aligned their curriculum with the Ohio Early Learning Standards.
For more information about SSCC’s Patri-Tots Learning Centers, contact Kathe Chaney (Hillsboro site) at 1-800-628-7722, ext. 2629, or Karee Shaw (Wilmington site) at 1-800628-7722, ext. 4629. To learn more about Southern State Community College, please visit www.sscc.edu.
SHCTC Criminal Justice Program visits Hocking Hills College Students enrolled in the Criminal Justice Program recently took a college day to visit the campus of Hocking Hills. While there they visited the Fire Science Department, the Police Science Department, and Social Services/Corrections programs. Students who complete the Criminal Justice program at Southern Hills Career & Technical Center as juniors and seniors in high school earn 15 credit hours towards a degree at Hocking Hills. L to R: (front row) Shawn Turner, Jeremiah Cook; Tim Graybeal; (second row) Travis Stone, Rachel Souder, Ashleigh Blair, Matt Hubbard, Greg Reed; (back row) Derek Traylor, John Wells, Samantha Newman, Megan White, Tiffany Hines, Taylor Boothby, Tyler Justice, and Carl Watson.
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L to R: Terri Harvey, Sarah Godby, Hailei Call, Amy Waits, Tara Balke, and Samantha Whitaker share a day at CCM as cosmetologists.
Mt. Orab Elementary students work on memorial garden Students at Mt. Orab Elementary have been working on the Jennifer Fiscus Memorial Garden. Mrs. Julie Rogers' 4th grade class wrote letter to area businesses asking for donations to help fix up the garden. Two local businesses, the Ole Mill and Brad's Garden Center, responded wanting to help. The students have mulched, pruned, weeded and planted new flowers. Some flowers that were left over from the recent PTO flower sale were also used. Fourth grade science standard is the study of plants and this was a great real life opportunity for students to explore plants and see how to care for them. Several different classes at Mt. Orab Elementary participated in the garden clean up as well. Pictured (L – R) are: Olivia Hardy, Alyssa Shorten, Ashley Summers, Cody Ryan, and Dylan Davidson.
Robinson leads summer break tour for Baldwin-Wallace College Samantha Robinson, Mount Orab recently led an Alternative Summer Break Trip through BaldwinWallace (B-W) College’s Office of Community Outreach. The trip to Lewes, Delaware focused on environmental issues and the students involved served at http://www.destateparks.com/ park/cape-henlopen/"Camp Henlopen State Park, part of the Delaware State Park. Robinson, daughter of Mark and Jan Robinson, is a senior at B-W majoring in political science. She is a resident assistant, a weekly program coordinator for the Office of Community
Outreach at B-W, and works in the political science department office. “In planning this trip,” said Robinson, “I chose Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware because it seemed to offer a great deal of meaningful service as well as many opportunities to explore the historic towns, the rich World War II history and the history of the park. It was an amazing experience, and I am so glad that I had the chance to lead a trip such as this one. Robinson is a 2007 graduate of Western Brown High School. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Samantha Robinson.
Former SHCTC graduate encourages students to aim high The top five Cosmetology seniors at Southern Hills Career & Technical Center were recently inspired by former student Hailei Call (2007), currently a junior pursuing her dreams at the University of Cincinnati’s CollegeConservatory of Music (CCM). The field trip’s itinerary included a tour of CCM during which students were VIP guests of the back stage set design area, design room where costumes are made, make up room, and wig design areas. Before she began the detail of the wig making, Hailei shared with the students her college classmates’ experience of researching the time period on which they were working. The “fronting” of a wig takes hours; however, this technique creates the very natural look. Hailei stressed the many things she has applied from her educational experience at SHCTC such as theory of color, styling and design. Students toured the set of “Picnic”, which was running at the time. Hailei worked on the set! The group enjoyed dinner at Hofbrauhaus, and then saw “Bury the Dead” for which Hailei designed makeup and hair. “Bury the Dead” received
an Acclaim Award for the 2009/2010 theater season. Senior instructor Mrs. Dolores Stuhlreyer said the experience was the accumulation of two years hard work for her top students. She stressed how she pushes for excellence of work ethic every day and instills the belief within her students that they can attain any goal they set. Mrs. Stuhlreyer says that even though the students may think she is totally “old school” now, it is her hope that the skills attained at SHCTC will help each student realize his or her infinite possibilities for a successful future! Seniors will be taking their State Board Exam in Columbus.
Malott receives scholarship Elaine Malott, daughter of Michael & Nancy Malott, was awarded the Rofkar scholarship by the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. The awards banquet was held on Tuesday, May 18. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Elaine Malott.
Sardinia Elementary second graders learned about recycling Sardinia Elementary 2nd graders learned what happens to the paper that they recycle in their classrooms. Mr. Sam Perin of Adams-Brown Recycling demonstrated for the students the process of shredding the paper, mixing it with water to make pulp, and putting it in a form to make a sheet of paper. Students got to participate in each step of the process, from sorting the paper that comes to the recycling center all the way to pressing the finished product. Mr. Perin is shown talking to Mrs. Stump's 2nd grade class.
Mezger graduates from OSU David Mezger, son of Frank and Patricia Mezger, Fayetteville, received a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Ohio State University (OSU). During his time at OSU, Mezger spent six weeks in Brazil studying Brazilian agriculture and economy as a member of the agriculture honorary society, Alpha Zeta Partners. Mezger also served as president of the Alpha Gamma Sigma fraternity. He currently resides in Clinton, Ia., where he is employed as a production engineer for the Archer
Daniels Midland Corporation. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate David Mezger.
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Corboy receives Chapter Star BY Rachel Mullins FFA Reporter The Star Chapter Award is given to sophomore students who have met the qualifications to receive their Chapter Degree. This award is chosen out of 44 students who received their degree; they filled out an application to apply for this award. The Star Chapter Farmer award this year was presented to Trevor Corboy on May 13th at the Eastern High School FFA Banquet. Trevor Corboy is the son of John and Gwen Corboy. Trevor is involved in many things other than FFA. He is a member of the Eastern High School Band and participates in Marching, Pep, Concert and Jazz Band. He is also in the Mt. Orab Livewires 4-H Club and is currently the president; he is also on the Jr. Fair Board Goat Department as a member in charge. Trevor is a member of the National Honor Society member as well. He attends Sardinia United Methodist Church and participates in youth group activities. This past year Trevor received his Chapter Degree and will be part of the 20102011 Chapter Officer Team as the Vice President. In the past year Trevor has competed in CDE (Career many
Development Events) including Urban Soils, Livestock Judging, Public Speaking, Dairy Judging, Parliamentary Procedure and 4 different online tests. Trevor has also had the privilege of attending National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana and State Convention in Columbus, Ohio to hear keynote speakers and national and state officers give their retiring address. He has also has attended several leadership workshops. Trevor has made arrangements for his SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience) which is Goat and Cattle Production. The Eastern Brown FFA Chapter would like to congratulate you on your success and wish you the best of luck in the future!!!
Schwallie/Mutchler engaged Jerry and Jane Schwallie, Georgetown would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Ann, to Eric Guy Mutchler, son of Dwight and Carol Mutchler, Blue Ash, Oh. Stephanie is a 1997 graduate of Eastern High School. She received her B.A. in communicating arts from the College of Mount St. Joseph, her M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and is currently working as a product director for Johnson and Johnson. Eric is a 1989 graduate of Sycamore High School, Cincinnati. He received his B.A. in English literature from Northern Kentucky University, he serves in the Ohio Army National Guard and has graduated from Armor officer school and Aviation officer and flight school. Eric has completed a tour in Kosovo as a Cavalry officer and was activated fro Hurricane Katrina and Rita relief. He recently returned from Iraq (Operation Iraqi Freedom) where he served as a Blackhawk pilot and Aviation officer. Eric also works in client services for a Cincinnati-based financial services and insurance company. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Stephanie and Eric on their engagement and upcoming marriage.
Carkeek and Elliott share vows Izzy Elliott, 11 and Layla Elliott, 7, both of Mt. Orab would like to announce the marriage of their mother, Philiss A. Elliott, 29, Mt. Orab, to Wm. Seth Carkeek, 31, Georgetown on May 1, 2010 at the Fairview Church. Georgetown, Oh. A reception was held at the Hilltop Reception Hall with family and friends. Seth, is the son of Bill Carkeek, Georgetown and Beverly Pertuset, Scioto County. Philiss is the daughter of Bill Schwarber, Mt. Orab and Philiss Schwarber, Mt. Orab. Seth is the owner/operator of Ecopro Pest Solutions, Georgetown and Philiss works in accounting along with Seth. The couple honeymooned in Las Vegas and resides in Mt. Orab along with Izzy and Layla. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Carkeek.
ASL class does Disney classics presentation Submitted Photo
Durbin receives scholarship
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Kaelyn Durbin (right) receives the Donna Mae Berry Wernz Foundation scholarship during the Eastern Local School District Awards Program held on May 19, 2010. Kaelyn received the three-thousand dollar award in recognition of her achievements, and to assist her in pursuit of further academic studies. Kaelyn will attend Shawnee State University in the fall. The Foundation was established in gratitude for the education provided to Donna Wernz at Ashridge Elementary and Russellville High School, and to recognize annually an outstanding senior at Eastern Local High School for their accomplishments.
There will be an American Sign Language (ASL) presentation by Kathy’s ASL Warriors at Southern State Community College on Thursday, June 10 from 5:30 7:30 p.m. This free presentation will featuring selections from Disney® greats such as ‘Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, Alice in Wonderland and many more. For more information call Janet Miller at (513) 4053593. Submitted Photo
MOMS third quarter honor roll and principal’s list 5th grade Principal’s List 3rd 9 weeks Taylor Barthel, Erin Bishop, Kane Blank, Jesse Britton, Dana Buttree, Rylee Drewry, Elyssa Girtman, Patricia Jones, Nicholas Miano, Tessa Shaffer, Chloe Young, Noah Adams, Shelby Elder, Barrett Kessler, Addison Kidd, Sierra Steppler, Caleb Gruber 5th grade honor roll 3rd 9 weeks Mikaela Adams, Mason Anderson, Selena Angelus, Savana Beard, Dare Bellini, Alexis Bingham, Bransen Black, Alexyss Boone, Dawson Bowling, Jeremy Brewer, Chad Brooks, Brianna Brown, Deanna Day, Isabelle Elliott Sarah Fey, Kasey Fox, Keele Jo Glover, Shelby Grau, Justin Griffith, Kirsten Guthrie, Brady Hibbits, Kaitlyn Huseman, Erica Kelly, Kylie King, Colin Kursim, Brandon Lucas, Dylan Lykins, Reed Maffey, Nathaniel Maynard, Bethany Moler, Aaron Partin, Bryan Partin, Chase Patterson, Baylee Phillips, Madison Ross, Dylan Schwab, Sadie Silvis, Megan Summers, Gage Tolin, Tristen Walters, Drew Willoughby, Lacey Wright, Mackenzie Young, Jacob Zinkhen, Scarlet Baird, Dillon Barber, Acacia Bennett, Sean Bingham, Kasi Boyd, Nathan Bush, Paige Cooper, Eli Crall, Bailie Darnall, Joseph Dowd, Cody Fitzpatrick, Jessica Fitzpatrick, Chelsea Flick, Janey Lawson, Anna Marlow, Tanner Patten, Dakota Phillips, Tanaya Richards, Kimberli Shinkle, Taylor Stillwell, Alyssa Wedmore, Corey Wilcher 6th grade Principal’s List 3rd 9 weeks Angel Booker, Tiffany Carver, Mikayla Caudill, Maysun Dietrick, Zachary Dowling, Tiffany Falch, Natasha Imwalle, Connor Lang, Sarah Leto, Kayla Manning, Rebekah McKinley, Eric Miano, Steven Miano, Rachel Morgeson, Norman Poklar, Maya Shaffer, Sugaree Shaffer, Zachary Ward, Kaitlyn Williams, Dakota Wilson, Emma Young, Dusten Dornbaugh, Travis Stacy, Cassidy Taylor 6th Grade Honor Roll 3rd 9 Weeks Taylor Akers, Trystan Collins, Brittany Courtney, Kaitlyn Glover, Karissa Glover, Sydney Griffith, Trevor Henry, Jayson Hensley, Mickey Hundley, Luke Kuttler, Hayley Leeth, Christopher Mosley, Tyler Peace, Casey Phelps, Kristine Pierson, Danielle Quittschreiber, Katelyn Schawb, Brittany Schumbert, James Seibert, Ashley Smith, Larissa Smith, Savannah Thornbury, Allyssa Vance, Quentin Winkler, Chelsea Wood, Jacob Altman, Matthew Arnold, Jordan Bauer, Taylor Benz, Payton Bocks, Maria Bohrer, Brandon Butler, Lacey Campbell, Ashley Clark, Hayley Clark, Christopher Cobb, Steven Craddock, Lauren Donathan, Jacob Glover, Matthew Goldschmidt, Chastity Hardyman, Kelsey Huseman, Robin Jackson, Cameryn Kain, Mya Lucas, Malachi Marlow, Devin Moriarity,
Alicia Peralta, Gabrielle Rose, Alexandria Ryder, Emily Sears, Jewlyn Rahn, Joshua Stead, Cristina Taylor, Marissa Wood. 7th Grade Principal’s List 3rd Nine Weeks Courtney Gentry, Gavin Griffith, Kirsten Lapp, Jackilynn McGee, Katie Newberry, Ericia Quittschreiber, Chance Seibert, Makayla Slater, Amber Baisden, Braydon Boyd, Kane Boyd, Kyle Conrad, Logan Easterling, Kenneth Elam, Dakota Fowee, Loryn Gavula, Lindsey Harvey, Huy Huynh, Ashley Ketron, Tasha Noble, Tara Obermeyer, Akio Purdon, William Sapp, Jaci Schwarber, Danielle Scoggins, Hannah Wallace, Tyler Adkins, Hannah Bishop, Stephen Bush, Alexander Chaney 7th Grade Honor Roll 3rd Nine Weeks Brittany Hammersley, Alexander Hunter, Monika Huseman, Lawrence Jeffery, Madison Johnston, Jamie Masters, Alisha Pennington, Chase Perkins, Jazmine Rose, Alexandra Roy, Christopher Turner, Hannah Bolender, Zachary Brooks, Chase Broxterman, Kelsey Burden, Zachary Cowan, Allison Dowd, Abigail Finch, Patty Fletcher, Karianne Hall, Joe Hensley, Owen Hunter, Loren Kerr, Amanda Mastin, Layne Mosbacker, Shanise Ojan-Pula, Nicholas Osborne, Caleb Pabin, Matthew Perry, Dustin Piersall, Rick Pride, Ashleigh Richter, Denise Runski, Shelby Spaulding, Dakota Stephens, Spencer St. Pierre, McKenzie Tillery, Joshua Young, Jessica Anderson, Alex Arnett, Kaitlyn Arp, Ashley Barlow, Jessica Bering, Kayla Boshears, Thomas Ellison 8th Grade Principal’s List 3rd 9 Weeks Deavon Arnold, Lindsey Duncanson, Kelsa Gruber, Leah Leist, Trevor Lind, Kaleb Peace, Bryan Phillips, Ashley Runski, Courtney Taylor, Kasey Taylor, Kevin Tollefson, Jessica Vaught, Devyn Wood, Abigail Young, Andrea Barthel, Shelby Caudill, Raven Darnall, Jasmine Fields, Brittany Hall, Shelby Hauck, Emily Hewitt, Kara Kreiner, Justin Longbottom, Thunder Penny, Hannah Pike, Amber Rickey, Julian Rickey, Brook Spitznagel, Brianna Stacy, Daniel Stevens, Kassandra Vernon, Caroline Vineyard, Kasey York, Kristen York 8th Grade Honor Roll 3rd 9 Weeks Miranda Arnold, Sarah Benz, Josh Boothby, Chris Campbell, Casey Crisp, Shelby Cummins, Samantha Donell, David Ellis, Gabrielle Flick, Elizabeth Grant, J.D. Grebe, Shaniah Griffith, Erika Hibbits, Garret Macdonald, Jacob McCarty, Brianna McGee, Anna Mefford, Michael Partin, Blake Silvis, Jeremy Smith, Cortney Statham, Isaac Sweet, Brooke Walters, Matthew Werring, Michael Williams, Megan Williamson, Samantha Wooster, Matthew Brown, Zachary Franklin, Ryan Fulmer, Brittany
Mastin, Ashton Roades, Cain Schneider, Jefferson Seip, Trevor Sininger, Corey Spitznagel, Faa Thianbang, Audree Woods, Donald Wright
Ripley Legion Post 367 shotgun winner American Legion Post 367 in Ripley had a shotgun drawing on May 29. From l-to-r, first Vice Commander Marion Stidwell, shotgun winner Andy Steadman and Commander Lloyd Kinder, Jr.
Eastern Brown students compete at Environthon Twenty six students representing Eastern Brown, Fayetteville Perry, and Western Brown high schools competed at the Area 5 Envirothon at Paint Creek State Park in Ross County on April 27, 2010. The students competed against teams from 16 other counties and were tested on the following topics: soils, forestry, wildlife, aquatic ecology and groundwater
quality. The top four teams from this area competition proceed to the state Envirothon held in June. The six local teams represented the county well among the total of 58 teams competing. The Brown SWCD would like to express its great appreciation to the local Envirothon sponsor, Rumpke Consolidated Inc. for donating the cost of registration for
each team to compete. We must also recognize the team advisors from each of the high schools. Tara Woods coordinates the teams from Eastern, Beth Smith advises
Fayetteville Perry, and Melissa Whitley-Huff organizes Western Brown. Thank you so much for your time and dedication!
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Sardinia student helps injured animals Eleven-year-old Brittany Ballein of Sardinia came to the aid of animals in need by donating to the Brown County Humane Society’s (BCHS) medical fund. Brittany designed a poster showing injured or neglected animals that were helped by the BCHS. She collected $70 that she recently presented to Trish Fletcher, Brown County Humane Society treasurer. Fletcher said in thanking Brittany, “If an elevenyear-old student can do this, just think what we adults can accomplish to ease the suffering.”
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Fourth Annual Car Show for Kamp Dovetail will be held Sunday, June 6, at 211 Harry Sauner Road, Hillsboro. Registration will be 11 a.m.-3 p.m. with awards to be presented at 4 p.m. Proceeds will benefit Kamp Dovetail, a summer camp for children with special needs. Further information is available by calling Phil Roberts at (937) 393-8400 or Linda Allen at (937) 3931904, Ext. 131 or by visiting www.kampdovetail.com. Basketball Shooting Clinic will be held Sunday, June 6, at Eastern Local High School on U.S. 62 south of Macon. The Clinic will run 2:30-5:30 p.m. for fourth to seventh-graders and 6-9 p.m. for eighth-graders and high schoolers. Paul Hoover from Pro-Shot Shooting System will be giving individual and group instruction. Instruction is limited to the first 40 players for each division. The Clinic cost is $35 per player. Brown County Coonhunters and Sportsmen's Club will meet at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 6, at the Clubhouse on Oakland Road east of U.S. 68 and Lake Manor Restaurant in Pike Township. The public is invited to attend, and new members are invited to join. MONDAY Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, June 7, at the Commissioners Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Western Brown High School Football Program is hosting a Pee Wee Camp for players from kindergarten to ninth-grade 9-11:15 a.m. Monday-Thursday, June 7-10, at WBHS, 476 W. Main St., Mt. Orab. The cost is $50 per play-
er, and each camper will receive a T-shirt and a conditioning test. Western Brown Lady Broncos Volleyball Camp will be held 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 7-10, at WBHS, 476 W. Main St., Mt. Orab, for girls entering grades 7-12 in the fall. Cost of the camp is $50 for four days of instruction and tournament play. Further information is available by contacting WBHS Volleyball Coach Heather Cooper at (937) 379-2912. Georgetown High School Girls Basketball Camp will be held 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Friday, June 7-11, at Georgetown Church of Christ Gymnasium, 149 Hamer Road, Georgetown. All girls entering grades 3-8 during the 2010-11 School Year may attend. All campers will receive a T-shirt and a basketball. The camp fee is $60. Eastern Local Basketball Camp for boys and girls from kindergarten to second-grade will be held 9-11 a.m. Monday-Wednesday, June 7-9, at Eastern Local High School on U.S. 62 south of Macon. The cost to attend is $40. Further information is available by calling ELHS Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Rob Beucler at (937) 446-3497 or ELHS Varsity Girls Basketball Coach John Burrows at (937) 725-6742. Commitment Baseball School for boys and girls 6-14 will be held 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 7-11, at Shaffer Park in Hillsboro and Monday-Friday, June 14-18, at Williams Park in Wilmington. The cost is $65 for preregistration and $75 on site, and there is a registration break for an additional sibling. Whiteoak High School Baseball Coach Chris Veidt is directing the camp. Further information is available by calling Veidt at (937) 382-3265 or downloading a camp pamphlet at bright localschools.com on the baseball web page. Registration forms also are available at the Shaffer Park Office; Whiteoak Junior Senior High School, 44 N. High St., Mowrystown; and Bright Elementary School, 6100 Fair Ridge Road, Hillsboro. Free bingo will be offered to senior citizens 60
COURT NEWS Property Sales Mahlon E. and Lydia R. Lee to Robert L. and Mary B. Smith, 20.22 acres, Byrd Twp., $156,000 Robert W. and Donna Souder to CitiFinancial Inc., .69 acre, Hamersville Village, $32,726 Lauranell Sanders to Steven E. and Jody Sanders, Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 (Macon Lots), Eagle Twp., $25,000 U.S. Bank, N.A., as trustee to Matthew A. and Susan J. Miller, 5.39 acres, Franklin Twp., $76,000 Barthel Construction, L.L.C. to Robert L. and Lindsey D. Tolliver, Lot 49 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Franklin Twp., $128,000 Glenda J. Reiber to Mearle L. and Mary Jane Griffith, Lot 138 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Franklin Twp., $500 Scott J. and Kelli Sauder to Dan E. Richards, 2.16 acres (Lot 11), Green Twp., $85,000 Brian Stears to Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as trustee, .72 acre, Green Twp., $23,334 John A. and Tina L. Haggerty to Stephen D. Davis and Kelly A. Nugent, 1.4 acres, Huntington Twp., $105,000 Stephen Klump to Matthew K. and Tamela S. Shotwell, 1.16 acres (Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 – The River At Aberdeen Subdivision), Aberdeen Village, $75,000 Bobby G. and Ingrid E. Harney to Rita Thacker, 1 acre, Aberdeen Village, $27,000 Laura P. Myers, William Garland Myers, Timothy S. Stern, Jean Stern Wollenberg, and Nancy Stern Mowers also known as Nancy C. Holman to Jerome and Dixie M. Durbin, trustees of the Durbin Family Trust, 24.58 acres, Jackson Twp., $73,752 Richard and Linda S. Segrist to American General Financial Services Inc., 2.48 acres (Lot 6 – Greathouse Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $26,667 John H. and Donna Mahanes to Kevin McClellan and Amy Perkins-McClellan, Lot 837 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $129,000 Bruce W. Schoolfield to Lovell R. Meadows, Lots 1522 and 1523 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $2,500 Sharon G. Vonderheide to Lovell R. Meadows, Lot 1573 (Lake Waynoka Subdivision), Jackson Twp., $750 Green Tree Servicing, L.L.C. to Christopher Spires and Bethany Koehler, 1.3 acres (Lot 6 - Sun View Subdivision), Jefferson Twp., $76,000 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Adams Brown Counties Economic Opportunities Inc., .69 acre (Lot 14 – Jan Lee Acres), Lewis Twp., $51,000 Daniel L. and Elizabeth R. Ring to Z S Investments, L.L.C., 112.44 acres, Lewis Twp., $370,000 Ronald and Bridgette Pritchard to Samuel T. Roark, Lots 704 and 705 (Lake Lorelei Subdivision), Perry Twp., $69,000 James M. and Cindy J. Clark to James W. and Catherine Wallace, Lots 984 and 985 (Lake Lorelei Subdivision), Perry Twp., $2,000 Merchants National Bank to Dennis W. and Keri S. McGraw, Lot 86 (Lake Lorelei Subdivision), Perry Twp., $5,000 Steven T. Gacek to Justin T. and Amanda A. Moore, 2.2 acres, Perry Twp., $79,100 William A. and Toni Brandhorst to U.S. Bank, N.A., as trustee, 3.23 acres (Lot 9 – Victory Estates Subdivision), Perry Twp., $78,334 Vince B. and Elaine C. Shelton to Frank F. and Roberta M. Doughman, 3.95 acres, Perry Twp., $107,500 Daniel G. and Donna L. Smith to Kristina A. Minic, 3.65 acres, Perry Twp., $244,900 Mary Jo Hall to Anthony W. and Judy A. Jordan, 2 acres, Pike Twp., $144,000 Federal National Mortgage Association to Dwayne Newberry and Darryl Newberry, 1 acre, Pike Twp., $35,000 Key Bank, N.A. to Lewis Christie, 1 acre, Pike Twp., $21,800 Ibrahim Ammouri to Bank of New York Mellon formerly known as The Bank of New York as successor to J.P. Morgan Chase Bank as trustee, .67 acre, Pike Twp., $120,000 Sherri L. Carpenter to Harry Vaughn, .46 acre, Georgetown Village, $27,000 Charles Shannon III to Lonnie R. and Edith L. Jones, .34 acre (Lot 53 – Quail Trace Addition), Georgetown Village, $110,000 Debbie S. McMullen to Jack E. and Eva Regina Davis, Lots 21, 22 and 23 (Northland Subdivision), Georgetown Village, $38,000 Timothy Alan Padgett, executor of the Estate of Mildred M. Johnson to Gary L. and Janice Gray, .27 acre (Lot 2), Georgetown Village, $20,000 Greater Cincinnati Credit Union to Shannon K. and Cynthia L. Lemar, 2.02 acres, Scott Twp., $99,900 Harold Stanley and Sheri L. Nixon to Richard and Carolyn Nickison, 1.1 acres, Sterling Twp., $12,000 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. to Michael P. and Roslina Keller, Lots 1 and 2 (Holiday Hills Subdivision), Union Twp., $111,000 Gary and Shirley Moran, Paul A. Gifford, Ray E. and Barbara Campbell, and David E. Campbell to Mace and Lucy Gordley, 76.96 acres, Union Twp., $175,000 Stephen McCann, executor of the Estate of Carol McCann also known as Carol J. McCann to Joseph and Melissa Williams, Lot 18 (Sardinia Village), $87,000
Marriages Elizabeth Nicole Runk, 25, Midland, student, and Sean Joseph Beck, 31, Bethel, union employee Pamela S. Groves, 21, Ripley, homemaker, and Robert C. Johnson, 30, Ripley, Certified Dental Assistant Crystal Hall, 17, Amelia, and Colton Griffin, 18, Williamsburg Sandra Jean Sipos, 21, Georgetown, State Tested Nursing Assistant, and Jacob Allen Gumbert, 23, Georgetown, mechanic Vanessa Crabtree, 25, Georgetown, cosmetologist, and Greg Gough, 29, Georgetown, salesman
Probate William H. Althammer, Sardinia, Case No. 20101095, DOD 05/09/10, file date 05/25/10 Margarett E. Krotchen, Ripley, Case No. 20101092, DOD 04/12/10, file date 05/24/10 Deanne Morgan, Ripley, Case No. 20101094, DOD 02/11/10, file date 05/24/10 Raymond P. Niederhelman, Mt. Orab, Case No. 20101098, DOD 05/02/10, file date 05/26/10 Howard North, Mt. Orab, Case No. 20101093, DOD 03/10/10, file date 05/24/10 James A. Patrick, Bethel, Case No. 20101099, DOD 04/01/10, file date 05/27/10 Marilyn J. Ring, Georgetown, Case No. 20101100, DOD 05/03/10, file date 05/28/10 Brenda Joyce Stauder, Ripley, Case No. 20101097, DOD 04/28/10, file date 05/26/10 Arthur R. Young, Sardinia, Case No. 20101096, DOD 09/09/10, file date 05/25/10
Common Pleas DOMESTIC CASES Zachary W. Rickett, Hamersville, vs. Susan Maddan, Hamersville, stalking order Zachary W. Rickett, Hamersville, vs. Abbey Elliott, Hamersville, stalking order Deborah Perraut, Lexington, Ky., vs. Lewis Perraut, Aberdeen, U.R.E.S.A. Zachary W. Rickett, Hamersville, vs. Abbey Elliott, Hamersville, domestic violence Melissa A. Roades, Fayetteville, vs. David E. Roades, Fayetteville, dissolution of marriage Josh Colwell, Cincinnati, vs. Regina Colwell, Amelia, dissolution of marriage John Krotchen, Ripley, vs. Danielle Hunt, Delhi, stalking order John Krotchen, Ripley, vs. Derick Hunt, Batavia, stalking order Michael Miller, Georgetown, vs. Christina Miller, Georgetown, dissolution of marriage Dustin Puckett Sr., Felicity, vs. Angela J. Puckett, Felicity, domestic violence Lori A. McBride, Georgetown, vs. Roger E. McBride, Georgetown, domestic violence Marty W. Howser, Georgetown, vs. Connie L. Howser, Georgetown, termination of marriage Michelle R. Hatcher, Sardinia, vs. Robert S. Hatcher, Mt. Orab, domestic violence
and older 9:45-11:15 a.m. Monday, June 7, 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. Northern Brown Senior Center at St. Martin's Chapel in St. Martin will host activities for senior citizens 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, June 7. Blood pressure screening will be offered this date. Indoor walking is also slated during that time.All area citizens 55 and older are invited to attend. Brown County Budget Commission will meet at noon Monday, June 7, 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, June 7, and the first Monday of every month for individuals who have lost a loved one recently. Further information is available by calling 1-800-9284848 or (606) 759-4050. Bible Chapel United Church of Christ, 119 North Ave., Hamersville, will hold Vacation Bible School 2-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 7-11, with the theme “Galactic Blast: A Cosmic Adventure Praising God!” Children from kindergarten through seventh-grade are invited to attend. Anyone wishing to register or obtain further information may call (937) 379-2836. Mt. Orab Women's Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Mt. Oreb Depot, 200 Woodward St., Mt. Orab. New members are welcome. Further information is available by calling (513) 310-2230. Community Bible Church in Aberdeen will hold Vacation Bible School 6:30-8:30 p.m. MondayFriday, June 7-11, for children from preschool to eighth-grade. This year's theme is “Hero Headquarters!” Further information including directions is available by calling Matthew Carpenter at (937) 515-2014. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter in Winchester will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, June 7, at Winchester Church of Christ in Christian Union, 1540 Tri-County Highway, Winchester. Further information is available by calling Bobbi Wilson at (937) 446-4662. TOPS Chapter in Mt. Orab will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St. Further information is available by calling Hope Fain at (937) 4440404. TOPS Chapter in Ripley will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 7, 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, June 7, at Sardinia Church of The Nazarene on Sardinia-Mowrystown Road. Further information is available by calling Regina Davidson at (937) 446-3714. Eagle Township Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Township Building in Fincastle. Sardinia Founder's Day Celebration Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 7, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. Anyone interested in helping out or volunteering with this year's festival, which will be held FridaySunday, June 25-27, is invited to attend. Further information is available by calling Committee Chairman Greg Cassidy at (937) 446-4454 Aberdeen Huntington Township Fire Department will hold its business meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Fire Station on Budig Drive in Aberdeen. Sardinia-Mowrystown Lioness Club will hold its final meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the home of Gertrude Young in Eagle Township. Summer Aerobic Classes at Lake Waynoka Health and Recreation Center are scheduled to begin 7-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 7-10, and the same time and days in following weeks. New class listings for June are “Boot Camp” on Mondays, “Step Fit” on Tuesdays, “Hi-Lo Cardio” on Wednesdays and “Total Body Sculpt” on Thursdays. Classes will be scheduled on a month to month basis. The cost will Be $2 per class for a cardholder and $3 per class for a non-cardholder. Further information is available by calling (937) 446-1778. Those planning to take classes are urged to call to register so their names will be on file at the Lake Waynoka entrance gate. Aberdeen Village Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 7, 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, June 7, at the Legion Hall on College Avenue in Sardinia. Carey Bavis Post 180 of the American Legion will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, June 7, at the Post, 1001 S. Main St., Georgetown. TUESDAY Brown County Health Department, 826 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown, will administer general immunizations 8 a.m.-noon Tuesday, June 8, or other days by appointment. Those wishing to be immunized need to bring their shot records with them. Further information is available by calling (937) 378-6892 or toll free at 1-866-8676892. Adams Brown Community Action Program will host bingo every Tuesday, including June 8, 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) 3786041, Ext. 257. Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington Local School District Professional Development Council will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the RULH District Administration Office, 120 Main St., Ripley.
to contact the Brown County Health Department at (937) 378-6892 prior to the meeting he or she wishes to attend in order to be placed on the agenda. Byrd Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Byrd Township Community Center along State Route 125 in Decatur. Huntington Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Fire Department Building on Budig Drive in Aberdeen. Washington Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Sardinia Firehouse, 169 Winchester St., Sardinia. Russellville Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star 461 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Russellville Masonic Temple, 124 W. South St., Russellville. Whiteoak Valley Grange will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Grange Office on East Main Street in Mowrystown. WEDNESDAY Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Commissioners Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Rambler Weavers will meet 9:30 a.m.-noon Wednesday, June 9, 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) 378-3426. Sit and Stitch is a new group meeting 10 a.m.noon Wednesdays, including June 9, at the Sardinia Public Library, 13309 Purdy Road, Sardinia. Anyone who is a crocheter or spinner or who wants to learn is invited to attend and invited to bring a current project. Children are welcome. Further information is available by calling (937) 403-8481 or (513) 314-1656. TOPS Chapter in Aberdeen will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Riverbend Apartments Community Room. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501. Yoga class will be held 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, 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) 535-7507. Fayetteville Village Council will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Municipal Building. Wilson Sroufe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9772 will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the VFW Hall, 117 W. Main St., Mt. Orab. Ripley Life Squad will host bingo at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Life Squad Building, 799 S. Second St., Ripley. Doors will open at 5 p.m. Russellville Lodge 166 Free and Accepted Masons will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Russellville Masonic Temple, 124 W. South St., Russellville. Jackson Township Trustees will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, at the Township Building on South Columbus Street in Russellville. THURSDAY Brown County Solid Waste Authority will meet at 8 a.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Brown County Commissioners Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. Sterling Township Cleanup Days for Sterling Township residents only will be held 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, June 10-12, with dumpsters located at Five Mile Cemetery on State Route 286. No tires or hazardous materials will be accepted, and the township will not be responsible for any accidents that might occur. Brown County Health Department will offer cholesterol screenings 8-11 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month, including June 10, or any other day by appointment. Twelve-hour fasting is required prior to the screening. Anyone with questions may call (937) 378-6892 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, June 10, 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, June 10, 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 at the Center. Thirty-Ninth Annual Brown County Charity Horse Show will be held Thursday-Saturday, June 10-12, at the Brown County Fairgrounds in Georgetown. This year's show will be the first in which Draft Horse Classes will be offered. The show's classes will be conducted at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 10; 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, June 11; and 9 a.m. Saturday, June 12, with Championship Classes beginning at 6:30 p.m. that final day. All proceeds benefit Hospice of Hope - Ohio Valley. American Sign Language Presentation by Kathy's ASL Warriors is scheduled 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at Edward K. Daniels Auditorium on the Southern State Community College Central Campus, 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro. The free presentation will features selections from such Walt Disney greats as “Beauty and The Beast”, “Lion King” and “Alice In Wonderland”. Further information is available by calling Janet Miller at (513) 405-3593. Brown County Writers' Group will meet 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St., Mt. Orab.
Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 8, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia.
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, June 10, at the Legion Hall on College Avenue in Sardinia.
Ripley Village Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Community Building on Waterworks Road in Ripley.
Russellville Kiwanis Club will meet at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Russellville Firehouse.
Brown County AMVETS Post 2005 will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Ohio Veterans Home Main Dining Room, 2003 Veterans Blvd., Georgetown.
Green Township Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Township Hall in Greenbush.
Hospice of Hope, 909 Kenton Station Drive, Maysville, Ky., will offer a Grief and Loss Support Group 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, and the second Tuesday of every month for individuals who have lost a loved one recently. Further information is available by calling 1800-928-4848 or (606) 759-4050.
Catholic Rural Life Conference of the St. Martin Deanery will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at St. Mary's Catholic Church Hall in Arnheim. CRLC, which meets the second Thursday of each even-numbered month, 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. Anyone wanting directions or further information may call Pat Hornschemeier at (937) 378-4769 (days) or (937) 378-4560 (evenings).
Russellville Village Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Rambler Center in Russellville.
Union Township Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Union Township Public Library in Ripley.
Brown County Board of Health will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Brown County Communication Center in Georgetown. All Board of Health meetings are open to the public, but if any individual wishes to address the board on a specific issue, he or she is required
Georgetown Masonic Lodge 72 Free and Accepted Masons will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at West Grant Avenue and North Main Street in Georgetown.
Ripley Lions Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Ripley Life Squad Building.
SUNDAY Ladies Auxiliary of Fraternal Order of Eagles 2289 will host an All You Can Eat Breakfast 911:30 a.m. Sunday, June 6, at 265 Foundry near State Route 132 in the Batavia area. The Breakfast will cost $7 and include eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, hash browns, pancakes, toast, juice, and coffee. Anyone wanting further information or wishing to place a carryout order may call (513) 732-9035.
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Mowrystown police department receives Wal-mart donation The village of Mowrystown receives a donation of $1000.00 for equipment and training donated by Wal-mart Corp Eastgate Oh. Picture Left to Right Mayor Frank Terwilliger Chief Anderson, Phyllis Hite Council member and Wal-mart Rep. This is the second year Wal-mart Corporation has supported the Mowrystown Police Department. Board and membership will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Aberdeen Municipal Building.
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Alcoholics Anonymous will meet 8:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at St. Michael's Catholic Church, 220 S. High St., Mt. Orab.
Western Brown Youth Football and Cheerleading signups for 2010 will be held 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, June 12, at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St., Mt. Orab. Fees for the season are $25 registration for both football and cheerleading with football players to be charged $60 for equipment, new WBYFC players being required to purchase game jerseys, and cheerleaders being required to purchase their uniforms. Further information is available at www.wbyfc.com.
FRIDAY Free knitting and crocheting classes at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School) in Russellville have been discontinued until Friday, Sept. 10. Anyone who would like information and a list of supplies or who wishes to register for the next group of classes may call Mary Kelch at (513) 734-2501 or (513) 5433137. Southern State Community College Board of Trustees will meet at 4:30 p.m. Friday, June 11, at the SSCC Central Campus, 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro. Moler Raceway Park, 2059 Harker-Waits Road, Williamsburg (Sterling Township), will host a Street Stock Special Friday, June 11, with $600 to win, Dad's Night at The Races, Mechanics Race Late Models, UMP Modifieds and Chevettes. 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 or by calling (937) 444-6215. Carey Bavis Post 180 of The American Legion will host bingo beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 11, at the Post, 1001 S. Main St., Georgetown. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 11, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. New Harmony Lodge No. 435 Free and Accepted Masons will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 11, at the lodge home in Mt. Orab. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 11, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Perry Township Cleanup Days for Perry Township residents only, including those living in the villages of Fayetteville and St. Martin, will be held 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12, with dumpsters located at the Perry Township Community Building, 3854 U.S. 50 just east of the Fayetteville corporate limits. Identification may be required to show proof of residence. Large appliances will be accepted but must be kept separate. No tires, hazardous materials, gas tanks, fuel cans or drums will be accepted, and the township will not be responsible for any accidents that might occur. Wilson Sroufe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9772 will sponsor a Yard Sale 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12, at the Post, 117 W. Main St., Mt. Orab. The Post also announces Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts have a need for any old camping equipment, and anyone wishing to donate such equipment may drop it off at the Post. Further information about these activities is available by calling (937) 4442704. “Love Rides The Rail,” a melodrama with music that is a fund-raising theater event for St. Michael Catholic Church in Mt. Orab will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12, at the Gaslight Theater in downtown Georgetown. Each $20 ticket includes dinner and a show. There is limited seating, and all tickets are sold in advance. Anyone desiring to purchase tickets may contact Lisa Beresford at (937) 446-3742 or Margaret McElroy with the Gaslight Theater Players at (937) 378-9007.
Russellville Christian Church, 122 W. Main St., Russellville, will sponsor a Seminar open to all area women 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, June 12. The event will include praise and worship, speakers, special music, and signing in song, and lunch will be served. The event's theme taken from the biblical Book of Esther is “For Such A Time As This”. There will be no charge to attend, but a love offering will be received for the Pregnancy Resource Center in Georgetown. Anyone desiring further information or wishing to register by phone may leave a message at (937) 205-1882 or (937) 4464321. Mountain Pathway, Hospice of Hope's awardwinning Family Grief Camp, is scheduled 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 12, at the MaysvilleMason County Recreation Park in Maysville, Ky., and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 26, at Chatfield College in St. Martin. The camp is designed to bring healing and encouragement to children, teen-agers and adults who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Anyone wishing to register may contact Peg Lynch at 1800-928-4243. TEA Party event with guest speaker Phil Heimlich is scheduled at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 12, at the Mt. Orab Municipal Park Shelter House next to the Mt. Orab Police Department. The event is scheduled to last one hour and to include a question and answer session. Further information is available by contacting Tom Crush at (513) 313-2314 or email@example.com. Western Brown Alumni Association's Annual Banquet will be held Saturday, June 12, at the Western Brown High School Auditeria, 476 W. Main St., Mt. Orab. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. with dinner served at 6 p.m. Reservations are $15 each and payable to WB Alumni Association, P.O. Box 171 Mt. Orab, OH 45154. The following classes will be honored this year: 1950 (the 60-Year Class), 1960 (the 50-Year Class), 1970 (the 40-Year Class), 1980 (the 30-Year Class), 1985 (the 25-Year Class), 1990 (the 20-Year Class), 2000 (the 10-Year Class), 2005 (the Five-Year Class) and the WBHS Class of 2010. The Class of 1960's members will be recognized during the Banquet. Further information is available by calling Doug Green at (937) 515-0181, Steve Bernhardt at (937) 444-2600 or Steve Menard at (937) 379-1123. Reservations are due by Monday, June 7. Ripley Life Squad will host bingo at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 12, at the Life Squad Building, 799 S. Second St., Ripley. Doors will open at 5 p.m.
Eastern Local Basketball Camp for third through eighth-grade boys will be held 8-11:30 a.m. Monday-Thursday, June 14-17, at Eastern Local High School on U.S. 62 south of Macon. The cost to attend is $60. Further information is available by calling ELHS Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Rob Beucler at (937) 4463497.
Magic Waters Theatre on Cave Road in Bainbridge off U.S. 50 midway between Hillsboro and Chillicothe will open its 2010 season with “Consider The Lilies” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 11 and 12, and 7 p.m. Sunday, June 13. The play, which will be presented by Maranatha Productions of Eastern Pennsylvania, will tell the story of Jesus Christ's life and teaching. Church groups and individuals wanting tickets to this show should not hesitate to make reservations as this will be a very popular offering. Pre-show dinners if ordered in advance are served one hour before the show begins, and magic by Boonie the Magician also occurs for about one hour prior to the show. Further information is available by calling (937) 365-1388 or accessing www.highlandohio.com/magicwaters.
Eastern Local Basketball Camp for third through eighth-grade girls will be held noon3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 14-17, at Eastern Local High School on U.S. 62 south of Macon. The cost to attend is $60. Further information is available by calling ELHS Varsity Girls Basketball Coach John Burrows at (937) 7256742.
Courthouse Square Open Air Market will be held in front of the Brown County Courthouse in downtown Georgetown 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, June 12, and other Saturdays this summer. Agricultural products from Brown County and the nearby area will be available for purchasing including vegetable seeding, farm fresh eggs, jams, jellies, and home-baked breads and pastries. The Market also offers handcrafted and fine jewelry, woodcraft, and beautiful hanging baskets for sale and pets for adoption. Anyone is invited to set up at the Market with crafts, antiques or local farm products. The Market is sponsored by the Courthouse Square Open Air
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UPCOMING EVENTS Hamersville Baptist Church, 1661 State Route 125, Clark Township, will hold Vacation Bible School 7-9 p.m. Sunday-Friday, June 13-18, for children from age 4 to grade 12 with the theme “LifeWay's Saddle Ridge Ranch”. That Friday will be Family Night. Further information is available by calling (937) 379-2230.
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, free-ranged chickens, baked goods, onions, potatoes, fresh lettuce and greens, locally-produced honey, and other items. The Market sells omelets on Fridays and waffles and omelets on Saturdays, and lunch specials are offered both days. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays including June 11, and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. normally on Saturdays, but the Market will be open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, June 12, during the Ripley Saturday Social. New vendors are being sought. Anyone who needs further information or wishes to become a vendor may contact Vicki Bixler at (937) 5150109.
SATURDAY Sardinia Church of Christ, 7130 Bachman Road, will hold a 5-Kilometer Run/Walk at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 12, to raise funds for the Pregnancy Resource Center in Georgetown. The event will begin in the church parking lot. Registration will be $20 per person, and prizes will be awarded in appropriate categories. Anyone interested in participating or volunteering may contact Sardinia Church of Christ at (937) 446-2594 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Western Brown High School Boys Basketball Program will host a Youth Basketball Camp 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 1417, at WBHS. The cost of the camp, which is for boys leaving grades 3-8, is $60 and includes a camp T-shirt. Further information is available by calling Coach Doug Williams at (937) 5274531.
Pee Wee Soccer Camp is scheduled 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 14-17, at Ripley SAY Soccer Fields. The First Annual Blue Jay Soccer Camp will cost $45 per camper and will include a camp T-shirt. Ripley-Union-LewisHuntington High School coaches Marty Adams and Amanda Hauck will be the instructors along with current Lady Blue Jay players. Anyone wanting further information or wishing to register may contact Hauck at (937) 446-3137 or email email@example.com. Summer Science Camps for ages 6-12 will be held Monday-Wednesday, June 21-23, at St. Michael Parochial School, 300 N. Market St., Ripley. Each separate camp has a $40 participation cost. Further information is available by calling St. Michael Parochial School at (937) 392-4202 or St. Michael Parochial School Parent Teacher Organization President Diana Day at (937) 377-2222. Girl Scouts of Western Ohio will hold their Third Annual “Uncovering The Evidence” Crime Scene Investigation Twilight Camp for middle school girls in Brown and Clermont counties 79 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 21-25, at Southern Hills Career and Technical Center, 9193 Hamer Road, Georgetown. Only 100 spots are available at the event, which is only for girls who are not currently in Girl Scouts. The registration fee is $12, which covers the Girl Scout membership fee. Further information is available by calling Emily Zanitsch at (513) 619-1386 or e-mailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Software for successQuickbooks 2009 A Quickbooks class will be offered at Maysville Community and Technical College, rm T202 on June 14, 16 and 21 from 6 - 8 p.m. Quickbooks is one of the most widely used small business accounting software tools in the market. This is a hands-on class for new or users of experienced Quickbooks. As a new user, you will get in-depth insight into how everything works by doing actual entries and then putting to work the many features of this powerful program. Instead of just listening to a lecture and hoping to remember all that is said, you will be guided in mastering the basics. You will leave with new knowledge that will help in your current job or aid you in finding a new job. As an experienced user, you will be able to add to and improve existing knowledge. Having had some experience working with Quickbooks, you will easily pick up many new tips and tricks, and expand your knowledge of how the program works. Cost will be $59.00 which includes a book. Scholarships are available. For more information call (606) 759-7141, ext. 66120
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OYF summer tour set The Ohio Young Farmers, Inc. will hold their annual Ohio Young Farmers Summer Tour August 14-15, 2010. This year’s tour will be hosted by the United Young Farmers, Inc. with the tour headquarters being the Salem Saxon Club in Salem. Tour stops for this year’s tour will include MAC Trailer Manufacturing, Martiq Farms Inc., Minerva Cheese, Haus Apple Orchard, Baird Brothers Sawmill, Inc., Matthews Cattle Company and Swope Farm. For more details contact Rich Zehentbauer at (330) 223-1061 or the OYF Office at (740) 828-3832.
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UC Clermont College has created a new position to serve veterans, naming Jeff Bosworth as the academic director of veteran affairs. The Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 or the new GI Bill has been hailed as the most extensive educational assistance program for veterans since the original GI Bill was signed into law in 1944. Colleges around the country are expecting an influx in enrollment by vets. “It would seem fitting that we create a new position to support veterans who have served their country as they come home and re-train for civilian life,” said Ann Appleton associate dean of
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Western Brown Class of 1950 to hold reunion The Western Brown Alumni Association’s Annual Banquet will be held on Saturday, June 12 at the Western Brown High School Auditeria. Further information is available by calling Doug Green at (937) 515-0181, Steve Bernhardt at (937) 444-2600 or Steve Menard at (937) 379-1123. Reservations due by June 7, 2010. The Mt. Orab High School Class of 1950 will be celebrating a 60 year reunion. Class members pictured are first row, left to right, Evelyn Foreman Jestire, Wilmer Miller, Marlene Wardlow Coleman, Audrey Stump Balser (dec’d), Fred Verwold, Kathryn Malott Turner (dec’d), Barbara Brooks Beachler, Floyd Moon (dec’d), Frances Spencer Bingaman (dec’d), second row, William Robinson (dec’d), Annabelle Keeffer Neal, Margie Redkey Hilliard, Richard Bingaman (dec’d), Ray Hawk, Charles Hawk (dec’d), Ruth Davis Fisher (dec’d), Bernard Corrill, Beverly Wylie Wallace, Robert Pitzer (dec’d), third row, Joan Cribbet Mullin, Aubrey Martin (dec’d), Norma Bradley Pitzer (dec’d), William Calvin (dec’d), Maxine Roberts maher, Mary Ellis Butts (dec’d), Bobby Eldridge (dec’d), Geneva Heslar Ritt (dec’d), Ralph Newberry (dec’d), Bertha Beach Brooks (dec’d), fourth row, Dwight Butts (dec’d), Arveda Snider Liming, Janet Keller Habermehl (dec’d), Betty Baker Furman, Edna Jackson Layman, Lee Shafer, fifth row, Faculty - Frances Boyd, Eldon Stansberry, Winfred Brooks, Richard Swope, Andrew Courts, Richard Walters Principal, Aubrey Vandament, Hoyt Leininger, Elizabeth Cremer, Collier Todd, Jean Shope Grider.
2010 CSP sign-up deadline nears Brown County landowners still have time to sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) at their local Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office but the deadline for getting signed up for the second CSP ranking period is quickly approaching. According to NRCS District Conservationist Larry Whitaker, now is the time for landowners and producers who have considered applying for CSP to get signed up and submit documentation. USDA has announced the national cutoff date for CSP is June 11, which requires landowners submit applications quickly. While CSP applications are accepted on a continuous basis, only applications received by the national cutoff date of June 11 will be considered for funding in fiscal year 2010. For more information about CSP, including eligibility requirements, visit the USDA Service Center in Georgetown today.
Ohio Historical Society sites to offer free admission to military families this summer Ohio Historical The Society will offer free admission to all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2010 as a part of Blue Star Museums. The program is a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families and more than 600 museums across America. Blue Star Museums runs from Memorial Day, May 31 through to Labor Day, Sept. 6, 2010, and applies to admission to participating museums and historic sites. The free admission program is available to active duty military and their immediate family
members (military ID holder and five immediate family members), which includes active duty Reserve and active duty National Guard. participating Ohio For Historical Society sites some special events are not included in the Blue Stars Museums free admission program. For questions, please contact the particular historic site or museum directly. To find out which museums nationally are participatvisit ing, www.arts.gov/bluestarmuseu ms. The site includes a complete list of participating museums and a map to help with visit planning.
Mercy Hospital John P. Parker Clermont offers Summer History free skin cancer Camp set for June The John P. Parker Summer Deadline approaching screenings History Day Camp will be to cast historic ballot
With just 30 days left, Ohioans have an historic opportunity to vote for their choice of 10 famous figures from Ohio’s past to represent the state in National Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The public vote will be the single, greatest factor in determining ultimately who will stand for Ohio. To date, about 10,000 ballots have been cast. The nominees to replace Governor Allen include: abolitionist and former member of Congress James Ashley; inventor Thomas Edison; 18th President of the United States and Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant; former congressman who led the fight to enact historic civil rights legislation William McCulloch; Olympic athlete Jesse Owens; astronaut Judith Resnik, who was killed while serving on the Challenger mission; Doctor Albert Sabin, who developed the oral polio vaccine; Harriet Beecher Stowe, who authored “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”; suffragist Harriet Taylor Upton, and the Wright Brothers, who are credited with inventing, building and successfully flying the first airplane. Ohioans can cast a ballot at one of 36 historic sites and museums around the state. They also can download a ballot online, fill it out completely and mail it to Ohio Statuary Vote in care of the Ohio Historical Society at 1982 Velma Ave., Columbus, OH 43211 or e-mail it to ohiostatue@ohiohistory. org. All ballots must be postmarked or e-mailed by June 12. For more information about the National Statuary Collection Study Committee and the voting process, visit www.legacyforohio.org.
Mercy Hospital Clermont is offering you the opportunity to receive a free evaluation for the most common type of cancer, skin cancer. A free Skin/Spot Screening will be held at Mercy Clermont (3000 Hospital Drive, Batavia, Ohio) in the Specialized Services Department on Tuesday, June 8. The screenings will be conducted by dermatologist Charles Fixler, MD. To schedule an appointment for a screening, call 95MERCY (513-956-3729).
G’town summer concert series begins in June The traditional Thursday night summer concert series on the Courthouse Square in Georgetown, has been announced: June 17 - the SoCalyptics, a steel drum band; July 15 - Inside Straight; Aug. 19 - Midnight Express. Three other concerts are planned, with performers and programs to be announced. Residents of the area look forward to these lovely summer evenings, congregating by the hundreds for the events which start at 7:00 PM. The only thing they need to bring is a lawn chair! The events are planned by the Courthouse Square Open Air Market Committee and supported by donations from local businesses, citizens and philanthropists. For more information call 937-3789000.
conducted June 14-18. Students entering grades 4, 5, and 6 next school term will spend a week learning more about our rich local history at the John P. Parker Historic Site in Ripley. They will join John Parker on his daring adventures to help others to enjoy freedom, and from the banks of the Ohio River they will learn more about how this great inland waterway shaped the life of our region and much more because history comes alive when you visit a place where it happened! What is most important, however, students will leave camp with a pretty good conception of the writing and teaching of history. The camp, according to Peggy Warner, director, will run from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and boys and girls who did not register at their school could bring a permission note from their parents to enroll. The camp has become a prominent summer learning opportunity for elementary school pupils. For more information contact Peggy Mills Warner at (513) 205-2622 or email@example.com.
Decatur Alumni Meeting to be held The Decatur High School Alumni Meeting will be held Saturday, June 12, 2010, in the old high school (Byrd Township Community Center). Social hour starts at 5 p.m., dinner begins at 6. For reservations, call Judy Wilson at (937) 378-1661 or Ann Morris at (937) 377-4854 by June 8.
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307 - MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2BR, 1BA mobile home in Ripley, $375/mo., plus deposit, 2br, 1ba in Georgetown, $425/mo. plus deposit. 937-205-3339. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS on clean 2br mobile home. Stove, fridge, shed, large yard, all electric, $475/rent, $475/dep. No pets. Call 937-378-6827. EAST OF Felicity, 3br, 1ba, outbuildings, sitting on approx. 2.5-acres, $500/mo., $500/dep. plus references. Call 513-876-3723. FOR RENT - Small 12x60 trailer, 2br, newly remodeled on US Rt. 62, between Macon & Ash Ridge, no pets, $350/rent, $350/dep. Call 937-446-2155.
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405 - LOTS & ACREAGE 5 ACRES, White Swan Rd. on area of very nice homes. Some hardwood, $39,900. More acreage available. Georegetown. 513-310-7312.
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Adult Education Grant Career Center 718 W. Plane St. Bethel, OH 45106 By: June 28, 2010 Educational opportunities and activities at Grant Career Center are provided regardless of age, race, color, national origin, disability, sex, religion or ancestry.
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504 - BUSINESS SERVICES 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.
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600 - FURNITURE DARK OAK dining room table, 60” width, two 12” leafs & 6-chairs, $175. Call 937-483-4583.
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RED JAPANESE Maples, 1-2ft., $14.99; 2-4ft., $29.99; 1-gallon clematis vines, $10.95; 1-gallon hostas & perennials, $4.95. Hybrid & heirloom vegetable plants, bulk seed, seed potatoes, flowers. Burns Greenhouse, SR 321, Mowrystown. 937-442-4573.
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GARAGE SALE - June 10th, 11th 12th, 5230 Upper Five Mile East Road. Clothing, lighting, bedding, glassware & cookware, book shelves, cookbooks, books, toys. Some tools. Something for everyone. Rain or shine. LARGE YARD Sale at 208 Beacon Hill Dr., Mt. Orab. Thursday, June 10th & Fri., June 11th, 9am-5pm. MULTI-FAMILY YARD Sale, June 11th, 12th, 8am-? 7422 Tri Co. Hwy., Sardinia. Men-women-youth clothing, books, twin bed frame w/mattress & springs, wardrobe, old magazine rack, craft books, lawn chairs, Ariens riding mower, misc.
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MARK WANTS running, wrecked, dead cars and trucks. Now paying $150 - $400/cash for complete vehicles. FREE TOW! 937-446-3021 or 513-739-0774 1991 FORD customized Club van, V8, asking $2,000. For more information call 937-205-5169.
JUNKED, WRECKED unwanted autos, autos, trucks, motorcycles, etc., some towed free, cash paid for some. Call 513-734-1650
YARD SALE - June 11th & 12th, 8am-? 3747 Sodom Rd., between Hamersville & Bethel. Antiques, collectibles, glassware, guns, old tools & lots more. 4-FAMILY GARAGE Sale, June 5th & 6th, 10-6pm, rain or shine! Corner of Clements Rd. & St. Rt. 286, 1-mile east off Rt. 68. Follow signs. Lots of new items, kitchen utensils, dishes, pots, pans, new electric appliances still in boxes, bedding, home decorations, Christmas decorations, kids & adult clothing, books, toys, bikes, wheels, dryer, swords, furniture, lots more. BIG GARAGE Sale, Friday & Saturday, June 4th & 5th, 8:30am-5:30pm, 15663 Webber Rd., Mt. Orab, OH 45154. Furniture, clothes of all sizes, men’s & women, home furnishings, jewelry, collectibles & more. Come early & shop! CHURCH YARD Sale/Bake Sale - Fayetteville House of Worship located on US Rt. 68, 1/4 mile north of US Rt 50, Fayetteville. Sat., June 12th from 10am-3pm. Large variety of items including kitchen, bedding, books, clothing, collectibles & more. Hot dogs & cold drinks will also be available. All proceeds will benefit the Missions program. CUB SCOUT Pack 401 Yard Sale: Friday & Saturday, June 11th & 12th, 8:30am-5:00pm in Mt. Orab at the VFW parking lot. We will have everything including refreshments. All proceeds go to the VFW & Pack 401. Don’t forget to tell a Vet Thank You.
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Round bales for sale in Brown County As we get a good start on rolling up some hay after a little delay due to the wetter than normal May in the Ohio Valley, the questions have already started coming in about how much are “large round bales” worth? How can I answer that? What is a “large round bale” by definition? Regardless if it is the local classifieds, agricultural publications or local radio call-in buy and sell, you often see or hear the advertisement as just that, large round bales for sale, so let’s see what we know about large round bales. First of all a large round bale could be defined, as far as dimensions are concerned, as any of the following sizes, if you check with farm machinery dealerships literature on balers. These of course are expressed in approximate feet: 4 x 4, 4 x 5, 4 x 6, 5 x 4, 5 x 5, and 5 x 6. Six different sizes of bales that all would be classified as a large round bale. If you look further into the literature you will find that the approximate weight for bales in each of the mentioned dimensions are also listed, or at least a range. If you compare the weights you will find that there are some big differences in what a large round bale is. You can argue the weights, but they are all estimated by the same people, so for comparison, they should be good. The 4 x 4 bale will average maybe in the neighborhood of 700 pounds, but this depends on the type of hay put in the bale, too. Finer hay like second cutting orchardgrass or alfalfa will have more hay that long stem first cutting grass hay. This will be the same for all sizes of large round bales. So, a 4 x 4 bale is approximately 700 pounds, and 4 x 5 or 5 x 4 will weigh on average around 1000 pounds and a 4 x 6 or 5 x 5 may get up to
DAVID DUGAN around 1400 pounds on average. That would mean a 4x6 bale will have twice as much hay in it as a 4 x 4 bale if these weight averages are accurate. Then you look at a 5 x 6 that will average in the neighborhood of 1800 pounds. That means a 5 x 6 bale is more than 2.5 times as much hay as a 4 x 4 bale. But it is worth considering if you are buying or selling hay. Compare apples to apples, not apples to oranges. Ok, we have now established that we have some big differences in the amount of hay large round bales depending on the size. What other differences should be factors in establishing the price or value of a large round bale (or any hay)? Here are some more things to think about as we decide what hay might be worth. What is it? Just because it has been put into a baler, it is round and either is bound by twine or net wrap, does not necessarily make it hay or even feed. If it is going to be used as feed it needs to have nutritional value. Back in 2007, when hay was short, producers were rolling up corn stalks, soybean stubble, and anything they could to try to make it through the winter. We use several things that have various qualities when it comes to forages for hay. Some of the more common forages include orchardgrass, fescue, timothy,
clover and alfalfa. The feed value of these is not the same in fact they can vary greatly for different things that animals may require like protein, energy, fiber and more. Corn stalks and soybean stubble have plenty of fiber, but not much more. The quality is something else to consider when looking at the forages that make up the round bale. All alfalfa or all orchardgrass is not the same. Depending on how mature it was when it was cut will greatly affect the quality of the hay in the bale, plus other issues like if the hay was cured and dry when it was baled, or if it was rained on after it was cut. The problem most producers are facing now is the fact that we have had too much rain for hay to be harvested without these issues. The quality continues to diminish on much of the crop and the weather is not being cooperative. When it comes to quality there are several things that you can do when inspecting hay in addition to pulling a sample and sending it to a lab to have it tested. Here are some things that you can do while looking at the hay to get an idea about quality. Try to establish the Stage of Maturity, the Leafiness, the Color, the Odor and Condition, and look for Foreign Material. A good fact sheet from the University of Maryland discusses these in detail and even gives you a chart to rank and score hay based on what you see. The fact sheet can be found at http://extension.umd.edu/publications /PDFs/FS644.pdf or contact your local Extension office for information. The last thing that should be checked out and considered when estimating the value of a large round bale is the storage. Round bales were designed to be stored outside and shed
water. However, this is not without the loss of hay, so there are several things that can be factors in the amount of hay loss you may be looking at. Round bales stored inside will have the least decay. Bales stored outside on a raised area with gravel under them will reduce the amount of decay on the bottom of bales versus bales stored on the ground. Even hay on the ground will have less decay if it is elevated so water can get away from the hay that is actually touching the ground. Stacking hay outside that is not covered will have losses where the hay touches because the water is trapped there. Keep in mind that if you have a few inches of decay on the top of the bale, or maybe even more on the bottom of the bale, the amount of hay, or the percentage of hay lost is in relation to the size of the bale. There is no exact science to putting a value on a round bale, but these things should help establish a fair price for both the buyer and the seller. Hopefully these points will also help make fair comparisons when it comes to the size of the bales, the quality of the hay and the amount of dry matter that can be consumed by the livestock that will be eating the hay. The one factor that I did not mention above that always comes into play is basic economics. Supply and demand will always have an influence on the value of anything, and large round bales are not exempt from that. When hay is in short supply the price will be higher than when everyone has plenty of hay to feed and there are very few looking to buy. Even when we have extremes of these situations, it is a good idea to compare what you are getting for your money.
“Brain attack” new term for stroke Question: My husband’s doctor told him he might have a “brain attack” if he doesn’t control his high blood pressure and diabetes. What is a “brain attack”? I have never heard of this, and I am 75-year-old former nurse. Answer: A “brain attack” is a new and increasingly popular term for a stroke, and it’s catching on among physicians and the general public. The idea is that, since everyone seems to respond to the term “heart attack,” people might pay more attention to the risk of stroke if it had a similar name. After all, the two disease processes are quite similar, as you know from your nursing days. In a heart attack, the arteries that carry blood to the heart muscle either rupture or become blocked. In a brain attack, the arteries servicing the brain rupture or become blocked. Once these critical arteries fail, the
MARTHA SIMPSON heart or brain is deprived of blood, and therefore, oxygen. Without oxygen, heart and brain cells both begin to die. Strokes are the leading cause of disability in adults, and they kill more than 150,000 people in the U.S. each year. Risk factors for both strokes and heart attacks include high blood pressure and diabetes, as you mentioned, plus smoking, elevated cholesterol and heart trouble. Although the causes of strokes and heart attacks are similar, the symptoms differ widely. Heart attacks cause shortness of breath and pressure, squeezing or pain
in the chest and upper body. A brain attack or stroke, on the other hand, usually causes sudden, partial paralysis and/or an inability to walk, talk, eat or swallow. One common warning sign of a brain attack is a transient ischemic attack, or “ministroke.” These come on with the same symptoms as a full stroke, but last short periods of time. Other stroke warning signs include difficulty speaking or understanding speech, problems walking, severe visual disturbances -- often in one eye, and sudden weakness or numbness on one side of the face or in limbs on one side of the body. Any of these symptoms should be viewed as medical emergencies, even if they fade away within hours or even minutes. Immediate treatment can prevent a full stroke –- and potentially, death or permanent
loss of function. One possible problem with the terms “heart attack” and “brain attack,” is that while the phrases sound serious and familiar, they somewhat obscure the source of the problem. There is no “attack” on the heart or brain, and neither do these organs “attack” the body. Instead, as I described above, the problem occurs within the arteries, or the vascular system. Perhaps the bigger issue here is that many people do not understand terms related to the vascular system, such as atherosclerosis –- the leading cause of both strokes and heart attacks. Atherosclerosis is the build-up of dense, fatty plaque in the arteries. Avoiding this condition, through a healthy diet, exercise and regular doctor visits, will help you prevent both heart and brain attacks.
Master Gardener volunteer program week Ohio Master Gardener volunteers love plants and teaching others about gardening. So much so that they spent over 151,000 hours last year leading beautification projects, giving horticultural presentations and raising gardening awareness. Their volunteer efforts resulted in $3.3 million worth of community service contributions throughout Ohio. The contributions of Master Gardener volunteers was celebrated during Master Gardener Volunteer Program Week, May 17-24. This year’s theme is “Master Gardener Volunteers Give Back.” Master Gardener Volunteer Program Week, which began in 2008, honors the hard work and dedication of Master Gardener Volunteers throughout Ohio and recognizes OSU Extension’s efforts in promoting the Master Gardener Volunteer program.
The program provides leadership and educational development to individuals interested in gardening and giving back to their communities. Brown County Master Gardener Volunteers are meeting monthly with an enthusiastic group of gardeners at the Ohio Veterans Home at Georgetown. Large raised beds in the courtyard are accessible to gardeners that have limited movement capabilities. We will be helping amend the soil, till, plant, or complete any other jobs as needed. Most of all, we look forward to making new gardening friends as the summer growing season progresses. For more information, log on t o http://mastergardener.osu.edu, or contact the OSU Extension Brown County office at (937) 378-6716
901-SALES GARAGE SALE - 241 Beacon Hill Dr., June 10th & 11th, 9am-? Women’s, Men & children clothing. Lots of nice misc. items.
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Veterans Home resident Paul Mitchell shown in picture
Education specialist brings wildlife info to kids The Brown County Soil and Water Conservation District hired Danielle Thompson as the Education and Wildlife Specialist in 2004. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife helps fund Danielle’s position through a Wildlife Specialist Grant. In addition to her Education and Wildlife duties she helps with the office administrative and receptionist duties. As a matter of fact, if you catch her in the office, and not out doing a program or on an appointment, she’s the friendly, helpful, perky employee! To give you a better understanding of exactly what Danielle’s duties are, I’ll share with you some items on her monthly report to the Board of Supervisors. Education work included school programs reaching 231 students and consisted of
: All the Colors of the Earth; Edible Soil; Every Tree For Itself; Streamulator Model; assistance with the Area 5 Envirothon (17 counties) with 324 participants, including six Brown County Teams; Spring Field Days with 280 participants; Earth Day Contest. Wildlife work included two vulture complaints; four deer contacts with one site visit; one starling complaint; six miscellaneous contacts. Wildlife programs reaching 512 participants included: Ohio Habitat Board; Earth Day Celebration; Quick Frozen Critters; Furs. Danielle also completed and submitted a Bread of Life food pantry grant application (for venison donation); met with a Hocking College intern that will be assisting with wildlife activities this summer; prepared for reviews on Brown County quail buffers
Danielle Thompson explores a stream with local youth.
installed through the USDA Conservation Reserve Program. Kudos to one dedicated employee!
Visit WWW.BROWNSWCD .ORG for additional information or call the office at 937-3784424 extension 4.
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Dominic Thomas (937) 213-0902 Bert Thomas 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
1221686 - Georgetown- Beautiful curb appeal for this custom quad level home. Full brick. Glass walled DR overlooking inground pool. Inside Sauna off FR. 3 stall barn w/tack room, water & loafing shed. The vinyl fenced pasture seals the deal! All appliances stay. $249,900
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1219866- Hamersville - Better then new! Beautiful story and half on/public water & sewer. Grand covered front & back porch. Shiney hdwd flrs in LR, DR & kitchen. Upstairs bdrms have massive built-in storage. Ceramic master bath totally renovated in '08. $129,900
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
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
DP SOL 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
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
Broker: Ray Houk 513-875-3822 Realtor/Manager: Connie Creditt 937-288-0072 U.S. Route 50 Fayetteville, Oh 45118 NEW LISTING!
1219981 Fayetteville Nice 3 BR brick ranch with all newer replacement windows and kitchen cabinets. Home features eat-in kitchen, LR with fireplace, FR with bay window, and situated on 2.84 country acres with woods and creek at the rear of the property. $99,900 Joyce Spaeth
1221781- Georgetown Schools- You will not find a more private location! First Offering for this 114 acre farm. Unique in every way. Approx 30 ac. of pasture and over 60 ac of woods. Views are out of this world. Three houses are on this parcel. Call today for a personal, private showing. $699,900
1220565- Georgetown- Beauty with a breathtaking view! Stunning hardwood flrs in main living area. Open floor plan. Wooden counter bar in spacious kit. 20x12 deck off of kit/dining area. Stone sidewalks. MBR suite has a huge walk-in closet. Over 2000 SF. $94,900
New Listing: Williamsburg - A tax credit dream house! 2 BR home with fully equipped Kitchen and Laundry. Built-in knotty pine bookcases in the dining room area. Looking to down size, this is it! Ready to move in. Established driveway. Shed. Public water and sewer. Mature shade. $49,900
Georgetown- Converted to single family. Former all brick duplex completely torn down to studs & totally renovated. Be the first to live in this new single family 3BR 2BA home over 1700 sq.ft. $85,000
1206370 -Mt. Orab- Totally renovated home on public water & sewer. Beautiful hardwood floors thru-out. Fully equipped kitchen. Full basement. Why rent? $69,900
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. $44,900
1223464 - Georgetown - Attention tax credit seekers! Newer windows, furnace & renovated kitchen. Hdwd flrs. thru-out. Fresh paint in most rooms.Huge walk-in pantry, covered front porch. Public water & sewer. $44,900
1215219 - Williamsburg - Look at this price! 3 Bdrm, 2.5 Ba.2 Sty.home w/fam.rm,rec.rm. Beautiful granite in updated kitchen, covered full length front porch. Huge deck off of master bdrm.suite. Drive-thru garage.Cul-de-sac. $149,900
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
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
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
1214718 - Hamersville - Beautiful coined corner brick ranch on a slightly rolling 5 ac.tract. Cathedral ceilings, wbfp, walk-out from DR to spacious deck, family rm. Split floor plan MBR suite w/walk-in closet. Prof. landscaped. Black top drive, 32x24 det workshop. $165,000
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
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1191791 Lake Lorelei Nice lake front 3 BR rustic ranch style home, fireplace, beautiful double lots w/approx 1.3 acres with a 12x28 deck overlooking the lake, loads of mature trees and 2 car det. 24x30 garage. $234,900 Ray Houk
Lynchburg Schools 1201293 Charming/Secluded 3 Bedroom home situated on 7 wooded acres, dead end road, blacktop drive, 25x40 detached garage/shop. Enjoy the wild life from your front & rear deck. A must see! Leah Morgan $100,000
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LAND ... RESIDENTIAL Fayetteville - 1200880 Nice gently rolling building lot with water, sewer, cable, underground utilities, and blacktop road. Be the first to choose from the 21 lots from .27 to 1.44 acres & some are waterfront lots. Affordable pricing from 21-32K. $21,000 Ray Houk REDUCEDFayetteville - 1212836 Beautiful 14 acres of gently rolling wooded land. Perfect for that secluded home nestled in the woods. $81,900 Connie Creditt Fayetteville - 1165588 3 rolling partially wooded country acres ready to build your dream home. Water at street. No singlewide trailers. $31,900 Connie Creditt
Blanchester - 1124017 5 acres near Blanchester of nice gently rolling land with county water at street. Nice place for that new home. More Acreage Available! $33,000 Ray Houk
COMMERCIAL Fayetteville - 1201114 Zoned business this 1.85 acres fronting on 2 roads county & a US higway. 800 feet frontage, 6000 sf parking area, 6000 sf office, shop & warehouse buildings. Would make great location for your business. $249,500 Ray Houk
OPEN HOUSE… SUNDAY JUNE 6, 2010 1pm-4pm 7134 Ashridge Arnheim Rd., Sardinia, Ohio Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath cedar home with all the upgrades. Located on over 7 acres with stocked pond that has a dock. Fenced for cattle or horses, also has a barn, stables and much more. Included with this property is a membership to nearby Lake Waynoka. Call today for full details or take a drive out Sunday to Doris Kitchen view the property. 513-310-0451 MLS#1223718
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214 WOODLAND CROSSING, MT. ORAB BEACON HILL! Beautiful 3 bedroom brick ranch located in cul-de-sac. Full basement/part finished, Ceramic tile in bathrooms & sunroom. Master bath w/whirlpool tub & separate shower. Hardwood in dining room. Equipped kit with stainless steel appl! Many upgrades! Call for appt. 937-515-1725
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787 Main Street, Georgetown, OH. 45121 Tract #1- Frame Home on 1.7 acres. Appraised at $40,000 Tract #2- .8537 ac. Appraised at $12,000 (note: tracts 1 and 2 will be offered seperatly then together) Tract#3- 3.2003 ac. Fronting on Marshall Av. With 458 ft. of frontage, appraised at $80,000 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 Executors on day of Auction. PREVIEW- Shown by appointment. Auctioneers Note- Tracts 2 and 3 offered in Cooperation with Bert Thomas of Huff Realty
Sat. June 12th at 10:00
O.K. Warehouse Rt. 52, Ripley, Ohio New Building Materials PlusThis Will Be a 2 Ring Auction!!! Sale Held Inside Not a Good Place for Children! Over 50,000 Sq.Ft. of Flooring- Pre Finished Hardwood 3/4” Thick, 2 1/4”, 3 1/4”, 4” & 5” Wide- Ceramic Tile up to 18x18- Laminate & Pad- Rolls of Carpet & Pad, & VinylKitchen Cabinet Sets- Cherry- Oak- Maple- Counter TopsDrs- Beautiful Fiberglass Door w/Sidelights & Transom Factory Finish- Patios- Drs. w/Sidelights- Dec. Glass9&15 Lites- 6 Panels & More- Knotty Pine & 6 Panel PineFrench Doors- 200+ Windows- 20 Commodes- Vanities & Tops- Ped. Sinks- Metal Screws- 400+ Sheets Fiberglass Insulation Board- Faucet Sets- Dr Handles- 170 Sq. of Vinyl Siding- 1/2” Rock Board- 100 Sheets Paneling- 4x8 Peg Board- 40 Rolls of Roofing- Porch Columns- Nails, Screws, & Staples- Porch Lights- Faucets- 400 Int. Spindles Oak, Pop. & Primed- 50 Newel Post- Trim- 1,200 pcs of 21⁄4” Pine Casing- Chair & Crown Mold Paint Grade 16’Scaffolding Sets- Drill Kits- New Generators- 8x10 Cedar Shed- Cedar Wishing Well & Dog House- Electric ItemsNew Furniture Lumber- Watch for Added Items- 45x 1x8x14- 270x 1x8x10- 100x 1x8x16- 200x 1x6x16- 200x 31⁄2”x8- 128x 1x10x16- Plywood- T&G OSB Board- Fencing 860+ pcs if Dog Ear Fencing- 1x4x48 Picket Fence Boards2x12x20’ - 2x10x24- Treated 2x10x14’ - 2x4x14’ - 1x4x12’ Oak Rough Sawed- Composite Decking- up to 20’ LongTools- Husqvarna 55 Rancher Chain Saw- Lincoln Elec. Welder- Concrete Finisher- Mag Bull Float- Dr Router, Planer & Jig- Dr Knob Driller- Porta Cable Plat Jointer Kit2 Ram Set Halti- B&D Hammer Drill- Senco Nail Guns- Tri Pod & Level- Porta Gable Nail Gun- Rigid Nail GunCraftsman Wrenches- Rotary Tool Kit- Nail Gun- Impact Wrenches & Chisel Set- 10 Cu.Ft. Tilt Lawn Trailer- Air Comp- Paint Sprayers- Framing Nailers- Brad Nailers- & MoreSpecial Interest Items- 91’ Chevy S-10 Pro Street Custom- 64’ Chevy II Nova- JCB Load All Turbo 8,000lbs. 40’- John Deere 320 Skid Steer 252 hrs. 1 owner- Kaeser 210 Air Compressor w/Sandblaster- 99’ Ford F-350 Ext. Cab 4x4 V-10- Wood Chuck WC- 9HD Wood Chipper Diesel- 01’ Mercury Sable- Kubota L235 Tractor- 5’ Bush Hog- 5’ Disc 3pt. N.C.- 99’ Adams Alum. GN 3 Horse Slant- 07’ 14’ Enclosed Trailer- 6x10 7,000lb Dump Trailer- Club Car Gas Golf Cart- 18’ Car Hauler- Gravely 81-T.R.M.- Titan Multi Trac Turf Tires- Walk Behind Mower- New Buyer’s Paying by Check Must be Pre Approved Prior to Auction- All Sold As Is- Not Responsible for No Shows
John Deere Mower- Antiques-Collectables- Storage BuildingsFishing Equip.- Guns CB Radio Gear- Lots of Tools- More
CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERS CAMPBELL’S FRONTIER REALTY In Cooperation with HUFF REALTY_ Stan Purdy- Attorney for the Estate
AUCTION • SATURDAY JUNE 19TH Georgetown, Ohio Pie Safe; Corner cupboard; drysink; glassware; guns; tools; collectables; much more!
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Legend Has It.... That the Terrain On This 50 Acre Hunting Farm Is So Rough because... in the Past huge Bucks rubbing trees and Scores of Turkeys caused defoliation and consequently erosion. Then later.. legions of squirrels hiding nuts reforested the area making it the Prime Hunting Property it is today! Finally, man came along and built a 5 bedroom, 2 bath hunting cabin with big decks to set on to admire the wildlife..... and of course... to drink beer on! Let us show you this unique property priced at Only $139,900. Western Part of Brown Co.- A 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Brick Ranch, fireplace, deck, on over 5 Acres, with a fenced yard for kids, fenced field for livestock, fenced round pen for horses, large metal barn with stalls, equipment storage and workshop. $124,900 NEW PRICE -Georgetown- 2 BR, one bath, attached garage, nearly 1/2 acre, close to stores and Hospital. Same owner for over 40 yrs. $69,900 $54,900 Georgetown- Brick Ranch on dead end street, 3 BR, 2 Bath, 2 car garage, enclosed Sun Room, great landscaping, perfect location! $129,900 3 BR, 2 bath, Garden tub, 2 huge decks, detached 2 car garage, 300 ft. of deep water creek frontage with access to Ohio River, storage building, 2-1/2 acres, all for $92,500
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*payment examples based on $2500.00 cash down or trade equity, tax & fees down with approval credit.(2006-2008/66mos @ 6.44%) (2005/66mos @ 7.19%) (2004/66mos @ 7.79%) (2001-2003/60mos @ 8.74%) **RV payment examples based on $2,000 cash down or trade equity down, tax & title fees extra, with approved credit. (2011/2010 - 84mos @ 8.25%) (2011/2010 - 120mos @ 8%) (2009/2006 - 84mos @ 8.25%)
‘04 CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI CONVERTIBLE, ONLY 54XXX MILES, V6, LEATHER, FULL PWR
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2010 Escape XLS B R O A D S H E E T E V E N
Wit SY h NC
Selling Price Less Rebate
$21,932 - $2,000
19,932 6 At This Price
2010 Mercury Grand Marquis 6 Pass. Leather Seating
2 yr./30,000 mile maintenance included
Wood Steering Wheel • Adjustable Pedals
2010 Fusion SE Moonroof • SYNC • Auto. Selling Price Less Rebate SALE PRICE:
$22,532 - 2,000
20 , 532
Selling Price Less Rebate SALE PRICE:
$29,832 - 4,000
25 , 832
2010 Taurus Limited AWD Demo • Navigation • Moonroof
2010 F-150 Super Cab XL Decor Group • Tilt Wheel/Cruise AM/FM/CD
Selling Price Less Rebate
$26,032 - 3,500
22 , 532 $ 21 , 532
WITH FMCC REBATE
Was Selling Price Less Rebate SALE PRICE:
$39,830 $34,932 - 1,000
33 , 932
2002 Ford Thunderbird
2002 Mazda Miata MX-5
2008 Chevrolet HHR SS
2004 BMW X3 2.5
Just In Time For Summer!
Turbo Charged! It’s Faaast!
19 , 932
10 , 932
17 , 932
17 , 932
PRE-OWNED 2009 Mercury Milan V6, Auto, Full Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$17,932 2009 Chevrolet Colorado Only 611 Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,932 2008 Chevrolet Impala LT V6, Power Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,932 2009 Mazda 5 7 Passenger Seating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16,932 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Summertime Fun!! . . . . . . . .$14,932 2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Low Miles, 4 dr., 4x4, Auto. . . . . .$24,932 2007 Hyundai Sonata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,932 2008 Ford F-250 Super Cab XLT 4x4, Diesel, 1 Owner . . . . . . . . .$34,932 2009 Chevrolet Aveo LT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,932 2008 Mercury Mariner CERTIFIED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$17,932 2003 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series Moonroof . . . . . . . . . .$10,932 2007 Ford Edge SEL plus All Wheel Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$23,932 2002 Buick LeSabre Custom Leather, Loaded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,932 2007 Ford Sport Trac XLT V8, 4x4, Moonroof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,932 2007 Ford Focus ZX4 SE Automatic & Economical . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,932 2006 Ford F-350 Crew Cab Lariat Diesel, 4x4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,932 2008 Ford Fusion SE Silver with 43,000 Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,932 2006 Ford F-350 Reg. Cab XLT Diesel, 4x4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$24,932 2010 Hyundai Sonata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$14,932 2005 Chevrolet Colorado 4 cyl., Auto., Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,932 2009 Dodge Caliber SXT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,932 2005 Ford Ranger Sport Super Cab 6 cyl., 5 speed . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,932 1999 Toyota Camry SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5,532 2005 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab Z-71 Leather, Loaded . . . .$19,932 2009 Chevrolet HHR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,932 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer 4x4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,932 2010 Ford Expedition XLT 3rd Row Seat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35,932 2002 Isuzu Rodeo LS TDR, Auto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,932
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