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BELLEVUE COMMUNITY NEWS “Your Hometown Newspaper for over 42Years”

September, 2019

Volume 42, Number 5

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Thank You Gloria

Gloria Bricking was honored at the August 28, 2019 Bellevue Board of Education meeting for her 20 years of service and dedication to the students, staff and community of Bellevue Independent Schools. Ms. Bricking retired with the closing of the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you, Ms. Bricking for all you have done for our school district and community. Pictured: Superintendent Robb Smith, Gloria Bricking

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by Alvena Stanfield You can read, right? Have you ever thought about your life if you could not? Picture it. Job opportunities, reading for enjoyment and information would not happen. Do you remember when you could not read? Probably not. Even if you don’t remember when, you were guided along by an adult who unraveled the idiosyncrasies (see, big word) of our incredibly complex language. Teacher’s job. True, but what if a child’s skillset is fragile. If the child cannot read by the end

of third grade, he or she is likely to NEVER BE ABLE TO. Reading’s not complex you say? Hmmm. Take thou, in the bible means you. Add gh. Even though you knew thou, what’s that silent gh doing there AND changing it from a person, noun, to a connector, a preposition. Of course we can then add an r making it through, another preposition. So, remove the r, add a t, changing it to thought and it’s a noun again. Why would today’s child, who has been exposed to visual and auditory (TV, DVD and video

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games) find himself or herself mystified by the written word? Do today’s parents read to their children? Even if they do, do they ask the kids to read along with them? There’s a guarantee that someone took time to teach you reading. So, how about returning that favor to one child per week for a half hour? There’s no pay but the reward of knowing you change a child’s future makes every half hour spent there priceless. The program is called One to One and is managed by the Northern Kentucky Education Council. They are setting up this year’s programs in many Northern Kentucky schools and are begging for volunteers. They provide training and ongoing support. So, how about it? Their email is nkyec.org (Northern Kentucky Education Council) and their phone is 859282-9214. Give it a try.

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by Mayor Charlie Cleves Have you noticed Fairfield Avenue in Bellevue recently? It is clean and filled with a plethora of colorful red, white and purple flowers, interesting businesses and people, too. The pleasant ambiance on the Avenue doesn’t just happen. It’s that way because of the efforts by shop owners, City volunteers and City staff. Folks are attracted to this area for a variety of reasons including the architecture, unique and interesting stores, and the taverns and restaurants. Now, Bellevue is being touted as a “foodie” town with options on Fairfield including Siam Orchard, Mrs. Teapot’s, Fairfield Market, Schneider’s Sweet Shop, Fessler’s, Avenue Brew, Elusive Cow, Bellevue Bistro, Three Spirits, and The Pretzel Place. A favorite meeting spot for many, Brozzart’s, has a new owner, and positive changes will be made there. Please do what you can to support these downtown restaurants and taverns. They deserve and need your support. I want to give a special note of thanks to Fairfield Avenue residents Jim and Bev McPhail. They go up and down Fairfield arranging and watering plants. They and all of the other volunteers’ efforts are noticed and greatly appreciated. Let’s go over a few other issues we’ve been working on lately. Lincoln Road Within the next 60 days you will be seeing surveyors on Lincoln Road. Our new City Engineer Mike Yeager is using all of the data collected from the residents along with his personal observations to design a more efficient system. Catch basins need to be added. Some need to be moved or the height changed so that they actually can capture the water. The size of the pipe on the lower section will have to

basin is being discussed. Even with a new design, which requires going back to SD1 for their approval since they are paying 50 percent of part of the bill, we are hopeful that the project should be started by spring at the latest. A close review of the design, and surveying are the first steps to be taken. Oh, and then there’s the little detail finding the money to pay for it. The latest price tag is about $2.5 million. Mr. Yeager is sharpening his pencil to see where we can produce positive results with a reasonable fund. Art In The Park By the time you are reading this the event has already set a new record for the number of artists in the show. There are more than 100 this year. Art in the Park is a special forum for artists to exhibit their work in a great location on the Ohio River, the Bellevue Beach Park. Community Development Director Jody Robinson works hard to bring all of the artists together along food and libation for the hundreds if not thousands or millions of patrons. Okay, maybe hundreds, but it’s a lot of people. Code Enforcement Board The word is out on the street, in that we mean business when it comes to our code enforcement effort in Bellevue. City Administrator Frank Warnock’s mantra at our staff meetings is that we have a duty to provide a clean and safe city for everyone here. There always seems to be a few who like to skirt the system, and create problems, but we’re going to do our best to provide a clean and safe environment. If you get a citation from the code enforcement officer and decide you are not going to pay the fine then please contact Code Enforcement Director Tom McDaniel and give your side of the

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g ood TimeS a T The WhiTe houSe by Jo Anne Warren, Master Gardener, Tree Hugger President Theodore Roosevelt and Conservation As a boy, Theodore Roosevelt wanted to be a naturalist, a scientist who revels in and examines nature. As an adult, the president never forgot his childhood dream, and preserved vast regions of the U.S. for future generations of Americans. Rededicated himself to protecting wildlife and

natural resources. He foresaw that profligate use of our rich natural resources and the incomparable landscapes of our country would disappear as quickly as the buffalo, leaving future generations without a legacy of natural splendors. As president, he provided federal protection for almost 230 million acres of land, an area equivalent to the entire Eastern Seaboard from Maine to Florida. He set aside 150 national forests—one of

which is in Ohio, in Lawrence County, the southeast corner of Ohio next to Ashland KY and Kenova, West Virginia—which is the only National Forest in Ohio; then, in our Commonwealth there are the Clifty Wilderness, the Daniel Boone, and the Jefferson. Roosevelt appointed as the first Chief of the U.S. Forest Service the visionary Gifford Pinchot, who shared his philosophy of natural resource conservation through sustainable use, and he convened four study commissions on conservation for policymakers and leading authorities to shape thought about the then-new field of conservation. These comments by Roosevelt, delivered on May 13, 1908, at the Conference on the Conservation of Natural Resources, reflected his visionary thinking about the need to preserve the natural world around us: “We have become great because of the lavish use of our resources

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and we have just reason to be proud of our growth. But the time has come to inquire seriously what will happen when our forests are gone, when the coal, the iron, the oil and the gas are exhausted, when the soils have been still further impoverished and washed into the streams, polluting the rivers, denuding the fields, and obstructing navigation. These questions do not relate only to the next century or to the next generation. It is time for us now as a nation to exercise the same reasonable foresight in dealing with our great natural resources that would be shown by any prudent man in conserving and widely using the property which contains the assurance of well-being for himself and his children.” Teddy also pushed for major changes in the District of Columbia. He threw his support behind the McMillan Plan, drawn up by a Michigan senator who sponsored a study of the District’s parks and public spaces. The archi-

tects Charles McKim and Daniel Burnham joined him, together with landscape architect Frederick Law Omsted, Jr. and sculptor Augustus St.-Gaudens. While Roosevelt, with McKim’s help, had rid the White House of its Victoriana, the Commission’s proposals for the National Mall and the monumental core of the city undid most of the winding designs of Andrew Jackson Downing and incursions such as the Central Market and the B&O tracks and terminal. Railroad vistas were restored, allées planted, and a new memorial to Lincoln built as a counterweight to the Capitol on the west end of the Mall. The establishment of a formality, inspiring respect, which they called “The City Beautiful.” To celebrate our beautiful September weather and our rich national heritage, why not pack up the family car, dog, tent and picnic supplies, and get out in nature?

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Ghouls’ Night Out! Friday, October 4 It’s hard to believe Fall is just around the corner? Cool, autumn breezes will soon swirl golden and crimson leaves about and the arrival of nightfall occurring earlier with Halloween and contemplating what this year’s costume will be. Join IN VUE for “Ghoul’s Night Out” on Friday, October 6th, 5 - 9 pm. An evening of shopping and dining designed to get you in the mood for Halloween, jack o’lanterns and things that go bump in the night. Want to give this year’s costume a test run? Wear it! Want to let your inner demon show? Let’s see it! Want to come as you are and simply enjoy an evening of spooky fun? Just do it! Visit all our businesses from the 200 to 700 blocks of historic Fairfield Avenue to eat, shop, and enjoy

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story. Our end goal is compliance not aggravating and fining people. Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances where we have accepted a timeline for correcting major problems. Ignoring the notice and not showing up for the Code Board hearing meeting may result in a $300, $500, or $2500 additional fine. A $2500 fine that was just levied at the last meeting was the result of an out-of-state owner who told the Code Enforcement Director he was not going to pay the original fine (less than $100) and was not going to make the repairs either because his house was not worth enough. This may have worked with the previous administrations, but not anymore. Again, we don’t like to punish people, and we seek voluntary compliance up front before enforcement is undertaken. Our new Code Enforcement Director is a retired police chief, and he knows and understands peoples’ problems, but his ultimate goal is a clean and safe town. Marianne Theater We issued a Request for Proposals for the de-

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velopment of the Marianne Theater that is owned by the City.While there were at least five different groups looking at the theater we only received one proposal. This developer meets all of our qualifications in experience and finances. We will be having a conversation with our Board of Council members to see if we can move the development of the theater forward. We want to work with a developer to see if we can come up with a plan that will work for the city and the developer. Mini-Grants This year we committed $1500 to be given out in increments of $150 mini-grants. Businesses are not eligible for these grants. The grants are to provide assistance for neighborhood groups who host events open to the public. They are available for block parties where the money would be used to have an activity for children or to pay for outdoor toilettes or provide other amenities. They cannot be used to order extra beer for a block party. Frank is the dictator who runs this program. He says he is a benevolent dictator, but that’s subject to debate. Double Trouble I want to give a big shout out to Councilmember Sean Fisher who now has double trouble on his hands. He and his wife, Katy Coffe, just had twins, Vivian and Audrey. Sean’s life just got more complicated, times two. Sean says he has two new supporters in his corner.

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While driving thru Bellevue yesterday I noticed many yards still have blooming Sunflowers. I didn’t grow any this year, but I wish I had. They seem to have sturdy flow-

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F e S T i va l A chill in the air replaces the warmth of the long sunlit hours of summer as the last of the leaves cling to the nearly barren branches making it time for creating new memories. So, grab a sweatshirt, friend, and your family for IN VUE’s annual pop up event on Saturday, October 26 from 3 to 10 pm as we prepare for the magic of the upcoming holiday season. Speaking of the holiday season it’s a great time to get a head start on your holiday shopping or pick up last minute Halloween treasures. We’ll have music throughout the day and evening and the Taste of the Avenue under one tent for your dining pleasure. We’re even hosting some visiting vendors for more irresistible items to purchase. The Fall Festival pop-up event will be located on Washington Avenue at the intersection of Fairfield Avenue, but be sure to check out the entire Avenue. We’ll be sharing all the details at www.Facebook. com/ShopBellevueKY, so be sure to follow us. Plus we’ll have updates on the Fairfield Avenue Christmas Walk on Friday, November 29 and Saturday, November 30th.

ers that last throughout the long hot summers. In 1993 I bought a book titled “The Language of Flowers”. So I decided to check the book for information about Sunflowers. The Sunflower surely has a right to feel haughty for it is by far the tallest plant in the garden. Its size is not its only asset, however, for every part of the plant is used in some way: the seeds for eating and making oil and soap; the leaves and stalks for fodder and

lianthus comes from two Greek words, “heloios” meaning sun and “anthos” meaning flower. It was worshipped as a symbol of the sun by the Incas of Peru and later by the North American Indians. There is a classical legend that Clytie, a water nymph, was changed into a sunflower having died of a broken heart at the betrayal of Apollo, the sun god. Other names include the Marigold of Peru and the Indian Sun, but my favorite is the Italian name “Girasole” because the flowers really do turn their heads to follow the sun’s course from east to west. Contributed by Carol J. Rich

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BhS aThleTiC hiSTory by Coach Mike Swauger

We are proud to continue “BHS Athletic History” it is a monthly feature. All the information and work to produce this column was provided by Coach Mike Swauger.

The Coaches

Roger Klein- Tennis Coach, 1943-1974. Mr. Klein was a 1929 graduate of Bellevue High School. He was known by the nickname of “Jiggs” by his fellow classmates. After playing baseball his sophomore and junior years, he decided to play tennis his senior season. The rest is history! Roger went on to the University of Kentucky where he was captain of the tennis team from 1929-1933. He was a tennis pro in the 1930’s and early 40’s with wins over other pros of the era, including Bobby Riggs. Returning to Bellevue in 1942 Coach was an assistant and became head coach

in 1943. His teams would win 419 matches while losing 98. Coach produced 28 Regional/Conference Championships, 6 State Titles, 12 State Runner-up, 18 State Finalists, 29 players who have been State Finalists, and 10 players who have won State Championships. Through his efforts the Kentucky High School Athletic Association established the first State Tennis Tournament in 1945. The Meet was held at the Bellevue tennis courts for many years. Coach Klein had a magical way, kind of a pied piper. He drew people to him. All the top athletes, football and basketball alike, wanted to also play tennis. Following his retirement from Bellevue, Mr. Klein began the men’s and women’s tennis programs at Northern Kentucky University. Coach Roger Klein

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The Athletes

Bill “Bones” Faber1949- Bill was one of the best big men in Northern Ky. and led the Tigers to the 9th Region basketball title in 1949. He led his team in scoring and rebounding. He was All-Conference, AllNorthern Ky., All-Post, and 9th Region All-Tournament Team. Bones also played football and tennis for the Tigers. The Prestigious “Bones Faber Award” given since 1964 is named in his honor. Roger Otten- 1949Roger was an outstanding tennis and basketball player during his tenure at Bellevue. In 1948 with teammate Paul Trieschman the duo captured the KHSAA State doubles Championship. In 1949 with new partner Tom Qualey the team won another doubles Championship. Roger also as a singles player finished as State Runnerup in 1949. On the hardwood, Roger was a starter on the 1948-49 District and Regional basketball team. He was named to the 9th Region All-Tournament team and was a Ky Post and Conference All-Star. Moving on to Western Ky University Roger led the tennis team to 4 OVC Titles. Joe Koke- 1949- Joe excelled in 3 sports for the Tigers. In football his team was 15-3-1 during the 1947 and 1948 seasons. Joe returned an interception against Dixie, 99 yards for a touchdown, which is a school record. In bas-

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ketball, starting on the Regional Championship team, Joe was selected to the 9th Region All-Tournament team and his long basket at the end of the 3rd quarter against Beechwood in the Championship game propelled the team to a victory. Joe was a big play type of guy. In track he was a State Champion in the high jump in 1948 at the Stadium. (5’10’ 5/8 “). Joe spent many years as an educator. Bob Dougherty- 1950When it comes to athletic families of Bellevue High the Dougherty boys are certainly near the top. Bob was All-State, and AllSouthern in football. He was also a member of the basketball team and played on the 1949 Regional team. Bob received a full athletic scholarship to UK where he played for Bear Bryant and also played at UC. Following College he played linebacker in the NFL and AFL for the Rams, Steelers, and Raiders. Jack Binkley- 1951Jack played football, basketball, and track. In football he was All-State and was selected to the National High School All-American Team. Jack led the state in scoring for a lineman with 12 touchdowns. Tom Cundy- 1951- One of the greatest tennis players in school history, Tom was the 1950 State Singles Runner-up to Berea’s Billy Evans and in 1951 he won

the State Singles Crown. He received a full-athletic scholarship to Florida State University where he played 4 years of tennis and became best friends of Burt Reynolds and Lee Corso who were playing football for the Seminoles. Following graduation he became Chairman/ CEO/ Founder of CUNDY, Inc., a leading employee benefit consulting firm established in 1958. In 2000 Tom received our nation’s highest civilian award- The Horatio Alger Award. He always loved returning to Bellevue and stopping by Jerry Schmits’s Loyal Cafe. On one occasion he brought with him Coach Lee Corso who addressed the student body during an assembly at the Ben Flora Gym. Pat Uebel- 1952- Pat was a 5-sport star for the Tigers- football, basketball, track, baseball, and tennis. Earning 16 Letters, he was an All-State running back for the 1951 undefeated State Champions. He is argueable the Greatest running back in school history. As a sophomore Pat was the leading scorer on the basketball team. In track he finished as State Runner-up in the shot put. Pat went on to West Point where he played football for Head Coach Earl “Red” Blaik and assistant Coach Vince Lombardi. In 1954 he scored 3 touchdowns to enable the Cadets to upset Navy.

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In most cases when someone seeks therapy they are looking to change something in their life that is causing discomfort or worse. Most providers have. a basic belief on how humans act that guides them in their work — though every counselor/ therapist should be willing to adjust or redirect their approach depending on the needs of the particular client. Therapeutic approaches can be grouped into five major groups: psychoanalytic, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic and integrative/wholistic. Sigmund Freud, one of the founders of modern therapy practices, believed that behavior is the result of unconscious motives and adult behavior is the results of how early childhood experiences were resolved. His approach is called psychoanalytic. “Talk therapy” is based on efforts to identify those unconscious beliefs or thoughts and bring them into consciousness so that they can be understood and better managed. Dreams and their significance are often also part of the psychoanalytic approach. A behavioral approach is grounded in the assumption that people essentially

make choices based on the consequences of the behavior: some result in rewards and some results in bad outcomes (punishments). A behavioral approach to counseling looks at what rewards a person may be getting from an unwanted behavior and attempts to identify an alternative, more acceptable behavior, that provides a similar or better outcome. Behavioral therapy is very effective with phobias and other unwanted behaviors where the goal is to assist the client in changing a specific behavior Cognitive therapists focus on beliefs and thoughts as the basis of behavior and work with clients to determine those underlying thoughts and assist in changing them to in turn change the behavior. This approach focuses on looking at how people learn and form beliefs, particularly in situations where actions or outcomes are undesirable. Often the beliefs are “faulty” (like when people believe there are “shoulds” or “musts” that they cannot achieve.) Cognitive therapy can be very effective with depression, anxiety, stress management, substance abuse and interpersonal conflict. Humanistic approaches emphasize the individual’s capacity to make decisions for themselves and

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Yoga for Young Ones 11 am Saturday, Sept. 14 Yoga is a great way to mix movement and reading together in this story time. We will learn yoga poses to go with a story and practice mindfulness exercises for kids! There will also be songs as well as a craft and open play. Bring a yoga mat if you would like to, but they are not required. Wear comfortable clothing that you can move around in. Questions? Contact Children’s Librarian Nina Frondorf at nfrondorf@ cc-pl.org or 859-572-5035, ext. 18. All ages. No need to register.

Family Fun Night: The Lion King 6:30-8:30 pm Baby Bounce & Rhyme Thursday, Sept. 19 10 am Wednesdays, Sept. This month, we will be 18 & 25 Newborn-age 2. No need watching The Lion King! There will also be themed to register. crafts, games, as well as snacks and a play area for Little Prodigies little ones so you and the 4 pm Wednesdays, whole family can have a Sept. 18 & 25 Sept. 18: Cupcake Liner night of fun. All ages. No need to register. Wreaths Sept. 25: Puffy Paper Stars Sensory Science Ages 2-7. No need to regStory Time ister. 11:30 am Saturday, Sept. 21 Storytots Children, all ages are 10 am Thursdays,

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