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Stress-free ways to serve nutritious snacks Check out these tips for serving up nutritious after-school snacks.

When it’s time to get help for painful joints Know when to help yourself and when to seek help.

Editor’s note Ah, we’re coming upon my favorite time of year – the fall. There’s nothing quite like that cool air, the smell of pumpkin pie, and the adventure of corn mazes. For me it’s the best time of the year – I feel most alive during the fall months. As we come upon this colorful season, we’re bound to run into situations where we need our local businesses’ services. In this issue we feature several local businesses and highlight the goods and services they provide. Supporting local business is very important. Be sure to visit them and offer your patronage.

Contact Creative Living is a monthly advertising-sponsored magazine published by the Specialty Publications Department of The Community Press/ The Community Recorder.

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Topics 3 Health & Fitness

Home 7 At Decorating • Improvement

5 Senior Living

9 Local Business

Mind • Body • Spirit

Care • Home

Goods • Services

Questions and comments can be sent to Editor Melissa Stewart c/o The Community Press/ 394 Wards Corner/Loveland, OH 45140 or e-mail mjstewart@communitypress.com. For advertising call 687-4614.


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Tired of snoring? Struggle with CPAP? Dr. Kitzmiller has a solution Do you snore or know someone who teeth and holds the lower jaw forward, does? Do you have Sleep Apnea but keeping your airway from collapsing. struggle nightly with your CPAP A sleep apnea sufferer himself, Dr. machine? Kitzmiller and his wife Lori know firstYou’re not alone! An estimated 40 hand the disruptions that untreated million Americans snore and nearly 20 Sleep Apnea can cause. million have Sleep Apnea, a condition “We used to think that Tim’s snoring where the airway collapses during sleep, was normal, but when he would stop causing the person to stop breathing for up to 20 seconds at breathing and awaken multia time and then wake with a ple times every hour with a gasp, I got scared. Want More Info? gasp. “After being diagnosed Visit cincisleep.com Sleep Apnea is a lifewith Sleep Apnea he tried threatening sleep disorder that CPAP but his sleeping habits left undiagnosed and untreated can made it too difficult to use. Now that shorten your lifespan up to 18 years! he’s using an Oral Appliance we both While CPAP is the gold standard of sleep great!” said Lori Kitzmiller. sleep apnea treatment, many people Call Dr. Kitzmiller today at (513) 248can’t tolerate the masks and pressure. 8848 to schedule your complimentary An oral appliance is an FDA-approved consultation to see if this solution is CPAP alternative that fits over your right for you!

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cium, potassium and dietary fiber, according to the American Dietetic Association. And over the past decade, children’s eating patterns have been markedly low in vitamins A, C and E. Most moms know that if left to their own devices, children will almost always go for sweet indulgences first. In fact, cookies are the No. 1 snack item eaten by kids today. So, can moms reward kids after a tough day at school with treats they’ll actually want to eat while fueling healthy development? The answer is yes. And it helps to plan ahead. Here are some helpful tips that can have a positive impact on kids’ after-school snack choices.

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After a long day at the chalkboard and on the playground, kids can come home from school hungry and ready for an afterschool snack. Studies show that children snack an average of three times a day, but they still aren’t getting adequate levels of vitamins and minerals. The challenge for parents is to find a treat kids will want to eat that’s not filled with empty calories. Kids’ diets are low in vitamin D, cal-

Make nutritious treats accessible Having snacks at their fingertips helps encourage kids to make better choices. For example, when you come home from the grocery store, use sandwich bags to prepack single servings of things like grapes, cheese, crackers and carrots to make them easy to grab and go in an instant. For a sweet alternative, make your own trail mix using their favorite cereal, chocolate chips, mini marshmallows or peanuts.

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There’s help at Living With Motion Chiropractic The rate of allergy sufferers has been on the rise in the last 10 years, especially in children. Children react differently to substances, which might include milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, pollen, dust, animal dander or even environmental chemicals, to name a few. This can trigger a nervous system stress response that may show up as coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, rashes, nonattentiveness, irritability, re-occurring colds, stomach discomfort, and so on. When chronic, it’s called allergies, asthma, migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, eczema, psoriasis, and even contribute to ADD/ADHD and autism.

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“All three of my children have suffered from allergies since toddlers. Over the years we have tried all the over the counter medications which progressed to prescriptions. The only things that changed were the strengths of the medications and the side effects. “Since going through the BAX system my children have experienced a great relief of their symptoms. They are sleeping easier and are more alert and feeling better during the day.” As you see there’s help! Dr. Luke Reineck, of Living With Motion Chiropractic, is using the Bax Aura PTL. This is a clinical system that uses proven and clinically effective modalities such

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as Low Level Light Therapy (cold laser), Homeopathy, Nutrition, Acupoints and Frequency Therapy. The Bax Aura PTL clinical system through years of research has developed protocols that integrate each aspect of therapy to deliver best support to patients. If you need relief of symptoms associated with allergies, asthma, migraines, IBS, skin disorders and much more this is the most non-invasive, comprehensive, and effective therapy available! For more information and to read more testimonials of this amazing therapy visit www.livingwithmotion.com or call 8314433.

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When it’s time to get the help you need for painful joints One of the most difficult situations in which you need to make the “home care vs. professional care” decision may be when something affects your joints. The joints do some important work for the human body, and figuring out when things will get better on their own and when you may have a more serious problem is not easy.

When to seek help William Ungureit, clinical director of the physician assistant training program at South University in Tampa, Fla., says there are some important signs that will tell you when to seek professional care. “If the joint is warm to the touch and swollen, seek immediate help,” Ungureit says. “Those are signs of a possible infection, something that won’t get better on its own.” Likewise, if you know that the

joint pain is the result of an injury such as a fall, put an ice pack on the injury and seek help right away. “Cold therapy (ice) can be used for chronic injuries, such as pain after running,” says Ungureit. “Heat therapy is recommended for injuries that have no inflammation or swelling. Heat is ideal for sore, stiff, nagging muscle or joint pain.” If you decide to treat the pain at home, you still need to see your primary care physician if the pain lasts more than two weeks.

Chronic joint pain Treatment for chronic joint pain may be more involved, Ungureit says. “Non-inflammatory joint pain usually signifies osteoarthritis, which is caused by trauma to the joint or degeneration of the joint tissue in weight-bearing joints.”

That means the knee, hip and spinal joints. According to the U.S. Bone and Joint Initiative, a movement sanctioned by the World Health Organization, one in five Americans has some form of arthritis. There is no cure for osteoarthritis, but it can be managed with pain killers, physical therapy, steroid injections such as cortisone, or other injections to help lubricate the joint. As a last resort, surgery to realign or completely replace a joint may be an option. Complete joint replacement is now available for the knee, shoulder, hip and ankle.

Motion is lotion Although you can’t prevent osteoarthritis, you can do things to help lessen its onset and its painful effects. “Losing weight and exercising

regularly are great ways to combat osteoarthritis,” says Ungureit. “When it comes to joints, we say that ‘motion is lotion.’ Dropping five or 10 pounds may not seem like much, but five pounds per step adds up fairly quickly on your joints.” What about herbal supplements and other alternative treatments for joint pain? Ungureit says there’s nothing wrong with trying them, but make sure you tell your doctor which ones you are thinking about taking, since some supplements can interfere with other medications. So while you may not need to consult your doctor for every ache, there are some serious signs to look for, and some effective steps that both you and your doctor can take to help relieve those painful joints.

Meals-on-wheels delivered with a personal touch The staff and volunteers of Clermont Sernior Services are dedicated to getting the meals out every week to every corner of Clermont County. And they do it with a personal touch: Smiles on their faces and kind words from their hearts. This lets the recipients know that Clermont Senior Services not a fastfood delivery service. They really take an interest in the people served. Last year they delivered over 93,000 meals to seniors in Clermont County. Behind each of these numbers is a real person. A balanced, nutritious diet can make the difference between independence and being forced to

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Clermont Senior Services currently has a great need for meals-onwheels volunteers in all areas of Clermont County. If you would like to

make a difference in someone’s life by becoming a meals-on-wheels volunteer, please call Connie Landock at 5364021.

A Clermont Senior Services Meals-on-Wheels driver delivers a noontime meal with a smile to a customer on her route.

leave home and live in a supervised setting. This daily meal may be what enables some older adults to remain living in their own homes, in their own neighborhoods where

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they are happiest and feel most comfortable. In some cases the meals-on-wheels program provides the only complete meals they ever have.

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Cedar Village offers hospice care The word “hospice” is one that is not always fully understood. In fact, people equate “hospice” with imminent death. Not only is that not the case, but by labeling hospice in this way, people may be denied a level of care that can significantly improve their lives. Hospice is not a new concept. It has been around since the Middle Ages, when it was a place for weary travelers to rest. Later, hospices became havens for the terminally ill, first developing in Ireland at the end of the 19th Century. The first modern hospice opened in London in 1967 and the hospice movement spread to the United States in the years following, finally becoming a Medicare benefit in the early 1980s. Since that time, hospice programs have grown around the country and around the world, offering improved care and

services to individuals and their families. Hospice is not just for those in the last hours and weeks of life. Hospice care is for anyone with a diagnosis of six months or less to live and who are receiving palliative (comfort) care rather than curative services. With hospice, a team is available 24/7 to provide enhanced care, including pain control as well as medical supplies and equipment. With physicians, nurses, aides, chaplains, social workers, therapist and volunteers as part of the hospice staff, the patient and their family receive optimal care and support. In fact, studies show that patients who have hospice care actually live longer than those who do not. And, support for the family continues for a year following the death, to assist during the grieving process. Cedar Village made the decision to begin its own

hospice program almost two years ago. After intense planning and preparation, Cedar Village Hospice received full licensure and Medicare certification in May 2011. For those who live at Cedar Village, whether in independent or assisted living or within the nursing home, hospice care is available at their bedside, keeping the individual where they want to be – in their home. As a community hospice, Cedar Village Hospice is also available to anyone in the greater Cincinnati community in their own home. With the unique blend of Cedar Village’s expertise and focus on quality, Cedar Village Hospice offers an alternative for end of life services in our area. For more information or a no-obligation assessment, call Cedar Village Hospice at 754-3100.

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Lasting Impressions Design Center. . . Lasting Impressions Design Center at 241 Grandview Ave. in Bellevue, Ky., is your place to shop for beautiful “fall décor.” Those deep, rich fall

is the fact that it is several stores rolled into one. You can make one stop and select handmade floral arrangements, furniture, home décor, area rugs, tile and also receive

store” appointment, Linda can help you with many of your decorating decisions. She has a great eye for color and space … and she is excellent at being able to look at a project through “your eyes” so it becomes your living area and not hers. There are always brand new seasonal items on display in this unique warehouse!! Halloween is a great time to add a bit of whimsical fun to your home or office, and Lasting Impressions has some very unique and classy witches, “skeleton-key

“When you care enough to make your home a warm, welcoming place for family and friends . . . you need to visit us.” colors add so much warmth to your home, and you can find everything you need in one visit to Lasting Impressions. One of the best things about Lasting Impressions

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decorating advice. This terrific “loft” warehouse space is becoming a complete design center with the addition of the tile selection area and flooring display. If you schedule an “in

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ornaments,” treat boxes, and much more! Do you need a glittery “bat” headband or a rat in a cage with glowing red eyes? Halloween isn’t “just Halloween” anymore. It’s a time to do something out of the ordinary … something to amaze and amuse your family and guests! “The Attic at Lasting Impressions” features a wonderful rustic cabin, complete with a handmade bed, antler furniture, a life-size “fishing bear,” antler paper towel holders, and many more items to complete your cabin area. The quilted bedding makes the room come

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Directions: Traveling south or north on I-471: Take Exit 5 (Newport/Bellevue) Turn right onto Route 8 (Fairfield Avenue) Continue to Taylor Avenue and turn right Travel 6 blocks to Grandview Avenue Turn right on Grandview Enter the warehouse through the center door by the dock. Follow the steps to the third floor Or call for the elevator (859-655-8187) Prepare to be amazed . . . .

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Surprisingly affordable custom window treatments, slipcovers, re-upholstery Do you love beautiful custom window treatments, but can’t justify the expense that retail stores charge? Do you have furniture that needs updating with new upholstery or slipcovers? Now you can get superb quality and seemingly limitless selections for your home by going direct to locally-owned Decorators Workroom. “Ready-made treatments were just so skimpy and the selections were priced custom treatments very limited, but when I at a retail store, they were

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doing grommet-topped side panels in the living room. The Decorators Workroom did it all affordably and on time!” You can choose unique features like goblet pleats, cascade hems and brush or beaded trim. Or select from an array of classic styles, all expertly crafted for you. “I bought some drapery panels from a big name catalog. They were just so skimpy and looked like everyone else’s windows,” said Karen Mitchell in Milford. “I sent them back and called The Decorators Workroom on the recommendation of a neighbor. My new treatments are perfect – they are so full and rich looking!” Do you have a magazine photo you want to match? Or do you know exactly what you want, you just haven’t been able to find it at a reasonable price? The Decorators

style. “The designer from Decorators Workroom came in with fresh, new ideas and beautiful fabrics that you don’t see everywhere else. The results are just so pretty!” In addition to custom slipcovers and re-upholstery, The Decorators Workroom also creates custom cornices, headboards, benches and ottomans, complete bedding ensembles including nursery sets, and wood/faux wood blinds and shades. While their pricing is always surprisingly affordable, right now Decorators Workroom has special pricing on silk and faux silk side panels and sheer draperies … with lots of styles, colors and fabrics to choose from. Professional installation is always available and a large selection of rods and hardware is yours to choose from.

just too expensive,” said Erin Chain of Anderson. “Then a friend told me about The Decorators Workroom. A friendly, down-to-earth designer came to my home with tons of fabrics and lots of ideas. “Best of all, the price was so reasonable. My new window treatment is gorgeous and the workmanship is top-notch! Everything is custom designed for my home!” The Decorators Workroom elimi“Ready-made treatments were just so skimpy and the selections were nates the overhead very limited, but when I priced custom treatments at a retail store, they charges of a retail were just too expensive. store and passes “Then a friend told me about The Decorators Workroom. A friendly, those savings onto you. Their experidown-to-earth designer came to my home with tons of fabrics and lots enced seamstresses of ideas. create your window “Best of all, the price was so reasonable. My new window treatments treatments with topare gorgeous and the workmanship is top-notch! Everything is custom of-the-line fabrics, designed for my home!” unique trims, and – Erin Chain, of Anderson custom details like jumbo cording, covered buttons and Workroom will bring your Connie Yarlow put it contrast banding. idea to life. Or maybe you best, “My new window “They made custom have a challenging wintreatments add so much Roman shades for my dow shape. Decorators to my home and I saved a family room that picked Workroom will solve the bundle, too!” up the colors in my sofa problem beautifully! Call 515-1138 to schedand rugs,” said Connie “My home just needed ule a free, no-obligation Yarlow of Montgomery. updating,” said Beth appointment with an inte“Then we used a comKaminsky of Loveland. rior designer from The plimentary fabric for a tai“The old treatments were Decorators Workroom. lored valance over the kind of drab and out of kitchen sink. I’m also

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Something special happening at Meier’s Wine Cellars Whether you are a familiar friend who has visited Meier’s Wine Cellars throughout the years or a brand new visitor, there is something very special happening that people are talking about – something worth seeing for yourself. The Winery has hired Lisa Merida-Paytes as art director/event coordinator to add a unique aspect to the already amazing facility. This nationally recognized visual artist, educator and author holds an M.F.A. from the University of Cincinnati and a B.F.A. from the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Her work has been featured in exhibitions and publications, regionally, nationally and internationally for the past 10 years. “At the winery this fall we are debuting exciting new art galleries featuring local and regional talent with both two and three dimensional mixed-media works such as acrylic, oil, collage, photography, clay, glass and fabric,” said Lisa Merida-Paytes. “I recently established the Meier’s Plein Air Painting Society where I will offer semi-private fine art lessons every Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon. “The class fee is $20, artists provide their own supplies and Meier’s Wine Cellars will provide incredible visual images to reference in your work. All levels from beginning to professional artists welcome.” For more information and to schedule a group event or team building workshop, email Lisa

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directly at lmpaytes@meierswinecellars.com or call 891-2914, ext. 136. Currently, her work is featured in a solo exhibition at ArtsPlace in Portland, Ind. Recently, her work was featured at The NEXPO Gallery during the NCECA Conference 2010 in Philadelphia, PA; Vancouver Artist Trading Card Exhibition during the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, Canada; Form from Form, Meyer’s Gallery, University of Cincinnati; Animal Logic: Artists Contemplate Creature Kingdoms, Tower Fine Arts Gallery, The College of Brockport, Brockport, NY; Art Prize, Huntington Building, Grand Rapids, Mich.; The Bentley Projects Gallery during the NCECA Conference 2009 in Phoenix; “Endangered” Exhibition, at Gloria Kennedy Gallery in New York; Lillstreet Art Center, in Chicago; the essence of a thing… at Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati. Additionally, she has written and published her own curriculum, Special Studio: Preserving Memories with Paperclay, Series 1, an Art-to-Art Palette Books publication. Also, her works are featured in a Susan Hibbard, International Publication in 2011, You Shall Have A Fishy…The Use of the Fish as a Motif in Ceramic Ware, in 2010 Lark Book’s 500 Raku and featured articles published in Studio Ceramics: Advanced Techniques in 2010, (cover / feature artist), The American Ceramics Society’s book

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in 2010, Pottery Making Illustrated, July / August 2009 issue, (cover / feature artist), Art-to-Art Palette Journal 2008,

Raku, Pit & Barrel, The American Ceramics Society’s book, in 2007 and Ceramics Monthly’s October 2006 issue.

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Come to Lobsta Bakes of Maine in Newtown Lobsta Bakes of Maine, retail purveyor of fresh daily deliveries of fish and shellfish, has been open at its current location in Newtown for two and a half years and word is spreading about the excellent quality of its seafood (delivered fresh, never frozen, daily), reasonable prices, and friendly, knowledgeable staff. Owner Kevin Smith eschews the large and impersonal “megamart” atmosphere for homey and seasonal. Cincinnatians in the loop know how lucky they are to have such fresh, nutritious seafood available year-round in their midst. Kevin is a Maine native and third-generation com-

mercial fisherman who sets the tone in this pleasant shop, with his goodnatured, Down East demeanor, and customers sense this upon entering the charming, century-old renovated farmhouse. Even the finickiest eaters find something they love to eat at this part seafood market, part gourmet deli. Lobsta Bakes of Maine is a place where shoppers are welcome to gather, talk food, get cooking advice, and pick something up to make a delicious meal for friends and family. People may be unaware that most fish is seasonal or quota-managed and influenced by

the vagaries of Mother Nature. Therefore it’s a good idea to acquaint themselves with a variety of seafood new to them so when one fish isn’t available they’re prepared to enjoy another. Autumn signals the close of wild Pacific Salmon season as well as the start of football, extracurricular activities, and tailgating. Along with Lobsta Bakes’ signature smoked seafood sausages, shrimp burgers, clam chowder and quiches, lobsters are a fantastic treat and easy to grill. Shrimp is another yummy morsel simply served as scampi, stir-fry, or chilled with cocktail sauce. Lobsta Bakes of Maine is located at 3533 Church Street in Newtown. Call

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513-561-0444. It’s open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Visit www.lobstabakes. They’re social – look for Lobsta Bakes on Facebook and Twitter.

ple recipes like a frozen yogurt sandwich. Scoop half a cup of your favorite flavor of low-fat frozen yogurt between two Crispy Chocolate Chip WhoNu? Cookies. Freeze until firm and serve.

soar using their plate as a canvas. Offering a variety of flavorful treats they’ve helped create fends off boredom. Allow kids to play with their food with this fun recipe:

NUTRITION from page 4 Pack in nutrients One key to success is to modify kids’ favorite foods by pumping up the nutritional value, according to Mike Bloom, vice president of marketing for Suncore Products. For example, his company recently introduced a new line of cookies, WhoNu? Nutrition Rich Cookies, created to look and taste like familiar family favorites, while packing more than 20 essential vitamins and minerals, plus dietary fiber.

Create tasty options Take familiar favorite treats and make them even tastier for kids. For instance, parents can make small changes to beloved treats using sim-

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Timing is everything Know your children’s schedules. A snack can help ward off hunger, but filling kids up with a heavy, calorie-filled treat can spoil their appetites. Space snacks out appropriately, and look for treats packed with fiber that will keep their stomachs full without ruining dinner. Allow more than one chef in the kitchen Let kids’ creativity

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PB&J ‘Sushi’ Trim the crust off a slice of whole wheat bread and spread peanut butter and jelly over the bread. Roll and cut into one-inch sections with a butter knife. Give your child a pair of chopsticks to add some international flair. To see more afterschool snack recipes that taste great and are packed with vitamins and minerals, visit www.whonucookies.com.

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LASTING from page 7 Newport on the Levee? “Kentucky Pickens” opened Sept. 1 and is spilling over with unique items guaranteed to offer something for everyone. You will find antiques, collectibles, buy-outs, and brand new items straight from the market. Stop by and take a look at the vintage cars, motorcycles, and memorabilia from Northern Kentucky! The friendly folks at Lasting Impressions take

pride in excellent customer service and trying to meet your every need! It’s a shopping experience you are going to enjoy and repeat again and again! The direct phone line to the third floor is 859655-8187. You may call when you arrive if you need elevator service, and someone will be glad to come down and give you a lift.

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Fall is best time for renovations Pool care expert Sam Ionna, of S.I. Pool Care, said fall is actually the best time for pool renovations. “Doing renovations in the fall ensures that you’ll get into your pool next summer when you want to get into it – not when unreliable spring weather says you can,” Sam said. You’ll also avoid a price increase too.” Whether you’re looking for a new liner, to resurface, need concrete or deck work, or need equipment changes, S.I. Pool Care, a family-owned and operated business, is the place to call. You can trust their expert advice, they’ll do the best job and offer you the best price. In addition to renovations, now is also the time to start thinking about when you want to close your pool. “If you want to choose the date you will close your pool, call now,” Sam

warned. A professional pool closing is the best and safest option. “It’s important to close your pool properly,” Sam said. “If you don’t do it properly, don’t put antifreeze in your

A professional pool closing is the best and safest option. “It’s important to close your pool properly,...”

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lines or don’t get all the water out there’s a good chance that your lines will freeze and break. You can cause yourself a lot of problems, so it’s important to have your pool professionally closed.” For more information call S.I. Pool Care at 331-4110 or visit www.sipoolcare.com.

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MEIER’S from page 9 Clay in 2006. MeridaPaytes’ was formerly Gallery Director at FUNKe FIRED ARTS from 2007-2011. See www.lisameridapaytes.co m. Meier’s Wine Cellars is located at 6955 Plainfield

Road, Silverton, Ohio just 1.5 miles down Montgomery Road from the Kenwood Towne Centre. Their staff can help you select wines that best match your dinner or dessert selections. Meier’s

has a wide range of table wines with a wonderful selection of dessert wines including their award winning No. 44 Cream Sherry and No. 44 Port. Not to be overlooked is their Reiem brand of sparkling wines that

include Brut, Extra Dry and Spumante. Meier’s also makes eleven flavors of sparkling non-alcoholic grape juice. Call the retail store at 891-2914 for more information or visit our store 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday through

Saturday. Their website is www.meierswinecellars.c om and www.meiersjuice.com. Additionally, you can find Meier’s on Facebook and Twitter.

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