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MasonandDeerfieldLifestyle.com

FEBRUARY 2020

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

FEBRUARY 2020 PUBLISHER

Mark Andrea | mark.andrea@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Amanda Stout | amanda.stout@lifestylepubs.com AD DESIGNER

Drumroll Please THIS HAS BECOME ONE OF MY FAVORITE ISSUES BECAUSE THE CONTENT IS LARGELY DIRECTED BY YOU, OUR READERS.  In October, we asked you to submit your nominations in over 30 categories from Home Services to Medical to Dining and Entertainment. Then came the final round of voting.

Miranda Williams LAYOUT DESIGNER

Dana Rudolph CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Amanda Stout, Jonathan Stout, Laura M. Leavitt CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Remember When Portraits

Over 160 businesses received enough nominations to be voted on. I have to admit, you have really outdone yourselves this year! Throughout the month of November, more than 3,000 ballots were cast, which was more than three-times last year. Thank you for your overwhelming support of this year’s vote. We are excited to share your winners of the Mason & Deerfield Lifestyle 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards! We celebrated these amazing businesses at an event in January at Clyborne’s. Be sure to check out pictures from the evening in the March issue.  Congrats to all of the winners and nominees. We invite you to read about each winner, visit and use their services, and of course let them know you saw them in this month’s issue of Mason & Deerfield Lifestyle. 

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

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ON THE COVER Local artist, Sara Ball reimagines Downtown Mason in her own digital illustration style. Read more about Sara’s art in this issue. 4

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INSIDE THE ISSUE FEBRUARY 2020

FEATURES 12 Local Artists Share Their Inspiration Mason area makers give us an inside look into how they approach their art.

16 Readers’ Choice Awards 2019 Check out all of your winners.

28 A New Act Acting Up offers community

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theater for young people in the wake of a devastating fire.

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12 DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Artist’s Palette

28 Giving Back 32 Lifestyle Calendar


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GOOD TIMES

Infinite Chance MasquerAID Gala Infinite Chance, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing infinite chances to Guatemalan children through education, hosted a vibrant gala called MasquerAID on December 7th at the Manor House. The event was a huge success with nearly 170 guests in attendance and over $52,000 raised to go toward Infinite Chance’s Trade Center Project. To learn more visit InfiniteChance.org.

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Thank You!

We love creating your beautiful gardens!

Landscape www.natorp.com

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AROUND TOWN

LINDNER CENTER OF HOPE ANNOUNCES 2020 FREE COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERIES Lindner Center of HOPE has released the 2020 schedule for their Free Community Education Series offered with the support of the Manor

+ Keep existing, safe, and reliable transportation to and from school + Retain current security practices to keep schools safe and secure for students and staff. For more information about the levy visit, MasonOhioSchools.com. 

House in Mason. The series will cover a variety of topics chosen to increase community awareness of mental health, substance use disorders, and treatments and strategies for coping. The first session of the free series is February 19. Elizabeth Mariutto, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE Staff Psychologist and Clinical Director of Partial Hospitalization/Intensive Outpatient Adult Eating Disorder Services, will present Helping Your Loved One with an Eating Disorder. This session will cover identifying signs and symptoms of eating disorders, challenging myths about eating disorders and identifying strategies for support. The series is held at Manor House, 7440 MasonMontgomery Rd., Mason at 6 p.m. the third Wednesday of every other month. Other topics for the series include:  Ecotherapy for Wellness,

NEW MASON CITY COUNCIL SWORN IN

What is OCD and How is it Treated?, Helping

At the December 1st organizational meeting

Teens Become Healthy Young Adults and more.

of Mason City Council, three Council mem-

View the entire 2020 schedule and register at

bers-elect were sworn in to serve a four-year term.

LindnerCenterofHope.org/Education.

Member Kathy Grossmann will return to serve a

MCS TAKES FINAL STEP TO PLACE LEVY ON MARCH BALLOT

new term, Tony Bradburn returns having served on Council previously from December 2004 to November 2011 and Joshua Strycula will serve

Mason City Schools (MCS) Board members

his first term as a Council member. All four terms

unanimously passed a resolution to place a

run through November 30, 2022. At this meet-

9.96-mill phased-in operating levy before voters

ing, council members selected Kathy Grossman

on March 17, 2020. In January 2021, 4.71 mills will

to be Mayor and Mike Gilb to be Vice Mayor.

go into effect, followed by 5.25 mills in 2022. Due

ImagineMason.org

to prior taxes expiring as the high school’s mortgage is paid off, taxes will only increase by 4.71 mills over the current level - costing taxpayers $13.75 per month per $100,000 of appraised property value. If approved, the levy would generate $20 million when fully-phased in. Currently, the district faces a $13 million deficit in 2022. Passage of the levy will: + Maintain the current number of teachers so that students can continue to receive individual attention + Preserve mental health intervention programs to identify and support at-risk students + Prevent cuts to current courses in AP, college, and workforce preparedness + Continue current athletic, arts, clubs, and extracurricular opportunities 10

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We are always accepting submissions for announcements you’d like to see included in our Around Town section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact Us tab at MasonandDeerfieldLifestyle.com.


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ARTIST’S PALETTE ARTICLE JONATHAN STOUT | PHOTOGRAPHY REMEMBER WHEN PORTRAITS AND PROVIDED

LOCAL ARTISTS SHARE THEIR INSPIRATION

MASON AREA MAKERS GIVE US AN INSIDE LOOK INTO HOW THEY APPROACH THEIR ART

Often preferring to print his photographs in black and

JOE CHUNKO

pher Ansel Adams. Just as Adams was known for his sprawling nature profiles, Joe prefers to go outdoors when shooting.

PHOTOGRAPHER JOE CHUNKO’S CAREER DIDN’T

“Photography is spur of the moment for me,” Joe

BEGIN IN ART SCHOOL, BUT IN THE U.S. NAVY

explains. “Most of my shots are not just of someone

WHERE HE SERVED UNTIL 1966. From there he began

sitting on a chair posing.”

a 40-year career in the packaging and printing industry. “I think I have a good eye, and that eye was developed in the printing business,” Joe reflects. It was here that he began learning about the aesthetics of photo composition.  “I learned that color is not necessarily the only thing that makes a picture look great. Simple things can be just as beautiful with one or two colors,” explains Joe. 

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white rather than color, Joe takes inspiration from photogra-

Joe’s portfolio ranges from pictures of Civil War reenactments and sporting events to breathtaking landscapes and shining cityscapes. After every shoot, he returns home to go through the images while the subject is still fresh on his mind. After sometimes deleting hundreds of photos, he’ll whittle it down to a small grouping that he is proud of. You can view samples of Joe’s work on his Flickr page,

Joe’s job brought him from Cleveland to West Chester in

or up close at Pop Revolution Gallery in Mason, where

1988, and he would eventually move to Mason in 2009. The

prints can also be purchased. Joe is a member of numer-

following year he retired, and with more time available, was

ous photo clubs and participates in juried competitions.

able to focus on his passion for photography.

His art has been shown at various regional art centers.

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SONJA SMITH Sonja Smith grew up in Indiana, Ohio and South Carolina, but after living in the greater Cincinnati area for 40 years, she considers this her true home.

I’ve done in the past,” Sonja explains. “It keeps me excited about what I’m doing.” Sonja began collaborating with her daughter, Sara Ball,

As a child, Sonja flourished in a home that fostered

when they opened an art gallery five years ago. Sonja and

creativity and was taught to think “outside the box” at

Sarah taught art classes together, where they designed

an early age.

their own process for artists to refine their style.

Although she creates digital art as well, it’s another

Although their gallery is closed, Sonja now has art

approach that’s become her unique trademark. Sonja

on display at Algin Furniture and Blume home locations

began combining pegboard and yarn with her paintings

in Loveland and Lebanon. Her art can also be viewed

four and a half years ago.

and purchased online at SonjaMarieArt.com and via

Her process begins with the selection of a distinct pal-

Instagram @Sonjasadie

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ette of colors. From there, the idea slowly develops from abstract to images of clearer distinction. The yarn is then added to complement and add dimension to the painting. “The hardest thing for me is knowing when to stop,” Sonja chuckles. “Sometimes I leave it for a few days and eventually come back and add to it or edit it down.”  Sonja draws inspiration from Impressionist artists and bases many of her pieces on nostalgic memories from her childhood. Ultimately what inspires Sonja is artistic freedom and the variety it offers.  “I love the variety, and every time I do a new piece I like to try something completely different from what

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AR TIST ’ S PALE T TE (CONTINUED)

SARA BALL

Like her mother, artist Sonja Smith, Sara Ball grew up in a creative and art-filled home. This eventually led her to study art in college and continue into the graphic design field. Although she began with pen and ink drawing, Sara often works in a digital format. Depending on the direction and subject of the piece, Sara likes to begin by taking photos and researching her subjects for reference. This helps her decide which defining lines are most important. “I like to make simple, peaceful graphics and let the lines speak for themselves,” Sara explains. From there, Sara creates a black and white

Her art has been printed in a variety of ways,

digital drawing and experiments layering colors

including on clothing, canvas, blankets and more.

in Photoshop or Procreate. She also typically

“It’s fun to see my art printed on different things

incorporates text snippets or pieces of words in

rather than just on the computer screen,” laughs Sara.

a collage aesthetic. She’s inspired by illustrator Pascal Campion and cites him as a major influence. “I love the realness of his editorials and his use of color and light,” explains Sarah.  Also similar to Sonja, she draws upon nostalgia for inspiration.  “I like to draw from memories that people can relate to and bring them back to a distinct place and time,” Sara describes.  14

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Her trademark theme was honed in a grouping she created five years ago. The unifying characteristic of the works was the inclusion of different pairs of glasses. “Each one would have a background, like a city, and then a different pair of glasses at the forefront of the image to represent that we all see things through a different lens,” Sara describes. Sarah’s art can be viewed on her Instagram page @GraphitiMarie.


Visitors to the Capitol Building in Washington DC this President’s Day can gaze up into the center oculus of the Capitol dome and see George Washington depicted as a heavenly god in Constantino Brumidi’s fresco, The Apotheosis of Washington. While Washington’s contributions to our early American history may seem super-human in some ways, we all know that on many levels he was very human. The President’s rather tragic dental legacy stands as vivid proof of his mortality. Washington’s very detailed ledgers show that he routinely purchased toothbrushes, powders and pastes but history records that George had his first tooth extraction at age 24. From that point on he averaged the loss of one tooth a year from assorted painful abscesses and maladies. By the time of his 1st Presidential inaugural in 1789 he was down to one tooth, a bicuspid on the lower left. He was just 57 years old. Throughout the Revolutionary War the General relied on a dentist named Baker. At one point the British intercepted a package Washington had sent to Baker containing a set of his partial dentures and a letter detailing his dental woes. The British took wonderful delight in poking fun at “his Excellency”, an embarrassment that wore heavily on the General. From that point forward Washington corresponded with his assorted dentists in a code of sorts that protected him from outside scrutiny. The President’s diary entry from January 17, 1790 notes the he was “Still indisposed with an aching tooth and swelled and inflamed gum.” By 1796, Washington and his New York dentist, John Greenwood threw in the towel. His final tooth was removed. The assorted partial, and ultimately full dentures made for Washington were fabricated with teeth from horses, donkeys, hippopotami, and humans. The bases were made of ivory or lead. At no point did George Washington ever utilize “wooden” dentures. Those of you who are curious about the President’s dental woes can see some of his dentures and read about his dental history if you visit his Mount Vernon homestead in Virginia. Those of you who are curious about how to avoid the President’s dental path can visit us here in Mason!

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M A S O N & D E E R F I E L D 2 0 1 9 MASON & DEERFIELD LIFESTYLE IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE WINNERS OF THE SECOND ANNUAL BEST OF MASON & DEERFIELD READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS. From delicious food and drinks to helpful services and health providers, we have a thriving and vibrant place to live. All votes came from our readers and the community. Congratulations winners!

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CAS UAL D ININ G

TWO CITIES PIZZA COMPANY 202 West Main Street, Mason 513.770.0000  TwoCitiesPizza.com Two Cities Pizza is not just a meal. It’s an unforgettable experience. They bring competing styles from two iconic cities under one roof, New York-Style and Chicago-Style pizza. When you walk through their doors, you will be transported to the cities where these styles were born with a Wrigley Field wall, subway themed restrooms and Two Cities taxis. They strive to provide the most authentic ingredients, exceptional service and the New York and Chicago experience.

D ES S ERT

GRAETER’S ICE CREAM 5076 Natorp Blvd, Mason

FINE D ININ G

513.339.0140

S.W. CLYBORNE CO. PROVISION & SPIRITS

Graeters.com

5948 Snider Road, Mason

ted to handcrafting the best ice cream

513.204.7922

their customers have ever tasted. From

Clybornes.com

humble beginnings serving ice cream

Clyborne’s was created by Scott and Erin Schmidt and Chef Will Wadsworth, all

from a cart in Cincinnati to the nation-

Mason residents, to bring a taste of urban dining to the Mason area. With an empha-

wide presence of Graeter’s Ice Cream

sis on high-quality and unique menu items, Clyborne’s offers a range of choices from

today, the family has held to the ideals

award-winning steaks and fresh catch features to an incredible burger and fried bologna

and processes they were founded on.

Since 1870, four generations of the Graeter family have remained commit-

sandwich. Much of the menu is gluten-free or can be prepared gluten-free. Brunch is also served Friday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. CONTINUED >

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SONDER BREWING 8584 Duke Boulevard, Mason 513.779.BREW SonderBrewing.com Located in Mason Ohio, Sonder Brewing crafts high-quality beer with a mix of story and community. The 15,200 square-foot building holds a 30-barrel brewhouse and features 2,000 square-feet of taproom space. The Sonder brewing team, led by Chase Legler, has more than 20 years of craft brewing experience, with a passion for quality and flavor. BrewRiver Kitchen serves a handmade selection of menu items and bar bites daily, including brunch Friday through Sunday. 

C O FFEE S H O P

KIDD COFFEE & WINE BAR 653 Reading Road, Mason 513.398.0718 KiddCoffeeMason.com Kidd Coffee & Wine Bar has been a Mason staple since 1999, built around a love of great-tasting coffee and welcoming service. They grind locally-roasted coffee beans fresh every morning to serve up the tastiest cup of coffee. They also have an excellent selection of boutique wines and a wide variety of craft beers.

R EM O D EL ER

STALEY TRANSFORMATIONS

Perfectly complement your beverage with their baked

1620 Oregonia Rd, Suite B, Lebanon

goods and light fare. Whether you’re working or enjoy-

513.400.4968

ing a drink with friends, it’s the place to be.

StaleyTransformations.com Staley Transformations is a family-owned and operated construction company. Their mission is to listen to their customer’s vision, then exceed it. They accomplish this by consistently improving the quality of their products, providing exceptional performance and adaptability, and serving with character and purpose that

HE AT IN G & AIR

AIR AUTHORITY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING INC. 654 Reading Rd, Mason 513.229.0789

brings honor to God.

CUSTO M H O ME B U IL D ER

M/I HOMES

MyAirAuthority.com

9349 Waterstone Blvd, Suite 100, Cincinnati

Air Authority is a client-focused, results and perfor-

513.248.5400

mance-driven company offering residential and light

MIHomes.com

commercial heating and air conditioning installation

M/I Homes has been building new homes of outstanding quality and superior

and service. Their first priority is customer satisfac-

design for more than 40 years. Founded in 1976 by Irving and Melvin Schottenstein,

tion. They pride themselves on being a family-based

and guided by Irving’s drive to always “treat the customer right,” they’ve fulfilled

company that’s involved in the Mason community and

the dreams of more than 100,000 homeowners. Whole home building standards,

provides the best possible HVAC service.

independent energy efficiency testing, StyleSmart design services, comprehensive warranties, and helpful financial services go into each home they build.  

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IN T ER I O R D ES I G N O R F U R NIS HIN G S

FURNITURE FAIR 9591 Fields Ertel Rd, Loveland 513.774.9591 FurnitureFair.net Founded in Erlanger, Kentucky in 1963 by Robert “Bob” Daniels, Furniture Fair’s name reflects his belief in offering quality home furnishings at fair prices with exemplary service. With many showrooms across the region today, Furniture Fair still is the best place for furniture at fair prices with quality service. They’re also involved in the community, with customers’ purchases helping them feed families, provide furniture for the needy, support veterans, and more. 

L AND S CAPER

NATORP’S

8601 Snider Rd, Mason 513.398.4769 Natorp.com In 1916, William A. Natorp placed an ad for landscape services in a Cincinnati florist’s window and Natorp’s was born. He created a devoted following of customers by meticulously transforming their yards and gardens. When he couldn’t get the quality and diversity of plants that he was accustomed to in Europe, he decided to grow his own and began Natorp’s Nursery. Four generations later, Natorp’s has flourished into a four hundred acre nursery and a thriving landscape design and maintenance business.

H O ME S ERV I CES (1)

GILKEY WINDOW COMPANY 3625 Hauck Rd, Cincinnati 513.769.4527 Gilkey.com Gilkey Window Company is a custom manufacturer and installer of high-performance vinyl and fiberglass windows and doors. When Mike Gilkey set out to engineer a better window, more than 40 years ago, he knew he had to fix the most common problems in the replacement window industry. Gilkey has always focused on windows, providing a higher level of product knowledge and a commitment to excellent customer service.

H O ME S ERV I CES (2)

MCSWAIN CARPETS AND FLOORS 5222 Bardes Road, Mason 513.336.0451 McSwainCarpets.com McSwain Carpets and Floors provides high-quality carpeting, hardwood flooring and other flooring materials. Their business also offers expert installation of their products, with an eye to detail and the longevity of the flooring. They are a customer-service-oriented business, aiming to find the specific flooring choice that will match each customer’s specific needs. McSwain builds its reputation on trustworthiness and honesty. CONTINUED >

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MICHELLE HUDEPOHL

5947 Deerfield Blvd Suite 104, Mason 513.254.5440 MichelleHudepohl.cbintouch.com Michelle Hudepohl, born in Texas and settled in Ohio, is the perfect combination of southern hospitality and midwestern tenacity. She is a Cincinnati-area market expert who stays on top of the latest data and trends. This means faster, better sales for her sellers, and a good price for her buyers. She is in the top 1% of Coldwell Banker West Shell (CBWS) agents and is the #1 CBWS agent in the Mason City School District.

R O O FIN G

KANGA ROOF 117 E Main St, Amelia 513.734.9000 GoKanga.net Kanga Roof provides both residential and commercial roofing, siding and gutter replacements and repairs. They’ve been in business for 21 years are dedicated to providing customers with experienced, expert services while using only the best products and materials. As a long-time Cincinnati area business, they care about the community and their reputation as a business. They work hard to make sure customers are happy and satisfied with the work they do. 

S ENI O R L I V IN G

THE CHRISTIAN VILLAGE AT MASON 411 Western Row Rd., Mason

513.398.1486 ChristianVillages.org The Christian Village at Mason has been part of the Mason community since 1987. They are a faith-based Life Plan Community owned and operated by Christian Village Communities, a local not-for-profit organization. Their beautiful 85-acre lakeside campus offers a full continuum of care including independent living Garden Homes, Assisted Living Garden Apartments, memory support, long-term nursing and short-term private rehabilitation suites. They believe it’s their staff and residents that truly make living there special.

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D ER MATO LO G IST

THE DERMATOLOGY GROUP, INC. 5298 Socialville Foster Road, Mason 513.770.4212 TheDermatologyGroupCincy.com The Dermatology Group has a team of board-certified dermatologists at five locations dedicated to seeing patients of all skin conditions. Skin conditions affect your daily life; the sooner you seek treatment, the sooner you’ll have peace of mind. That’s why they are dedicated to quickly and accurately finding a diagnosis for all members of your family. Their dermatology team specializes in medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services.


O RT H O D O N T IST

CASSINELLI, SHANKER AND BAKER ORTHODONTICS 7242 Tylers Corner Suite A, West Chester 513.777.7060 WestChesterOrthodontics.com At the orthodontic office of Drs. Cassinelli, Shanker and Baker, their goal is to provide patients with the highest quality, stateof-the-art orthodontic care, in an environment that is comfortable and welcoming. Their board-certified orthodontists have years of hands-on training and experience in the newest orthodontic treatments with traditional braces, ceramic braces and Invisalign. A treatment plan is specifically designed for the unique goals and needs of each patient.

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V E T ER INAR IAN

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MASON FAMILY PET HOSPITAL 770 Reading Rd, Suite B, Mason 513.398.8700 MasonFamilyPetHospital.com Mason Family Pet Hospital was founded in 2003 by Mason native, Dr. Ruthann Fox Carr, with the goal of providing quality, affordable care for the pets in your family. Their doctors and staff are known for their friendly and caring nature. They see

We provide professional, knowledgeable services in a caring, compassionate manner.

all types of pets including cats, dogs, rabbits, and other exotic pets. They are conveniently open six days a week including early mornings and most evenings.

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ALL SMILES FAMILY DENTAL 409 Reading Rd., Mason 513.398.5030 DocNymberg.com All Smiles Family Dental offers the personal relationship you’ve always wanted from your healthcare provider, with the technology and results you’ve always expected. The staff believes their purpose is to bridge the gap between fear of the dentist and the reward of having a wonderful smile. They listen carefully to their patients to understand their fears, wants and needs. With your input, they create smiles you can be proud of!

MED I CAL S PE C IAL IST

MED I CAL S PE C IAL IST

LINDNER CENTER OF HOPE

AMY BRENNER, MD & ASSOCIATES

4075 Old Western Row Rd., Mason

6413 Thornberry Ct, Mason

The Lindner Center of HOPE is a nonprofit, com-

513.770.0787

prehensive mental health center and global leader,

DrAmyBrenner.com

offering state-of-the-science diagnosis and treat-

Amy Brenner, MD & Associates employs a “whole body” approach to patient

ment of the most pervasive mental illnesses of

care. They offer only the best, industry-leading treatments with proven results

our time. Additionally, they have an international

to their patients. Their team of physicians, nurse practitioners, skincare

reputation for diagnostic assessments for adults,

specialists, wellness coach and staff offer exceptional care paired with cut-

adolescents and children. Their research institute

ting-edge technology to help patients be their best. They specialize in aes-

allows them to help advance the field and stay

thetics, gynecology, sexual medicine, hormones, weight loss and wellness to

abreast of new treatment options.

513.536.HOPE LindnerCenterofHope.org

help patients feel better, look better and live better.

CHIR O PR ACTO R

EVERYBODY’S HEALTH 808 Reading Rd, Mason 513.754.0050 EverybodysHealth.net Everybody’s Health has provided quality chiropractic care, massage therapy, physical therapy, nutrition and other wellness services to local residents for 17 years. They have four locations, seven chiropractic physicians and seven licensed

massage

therapists.

Everybody’s

Health cares about their patients and partners with them to advocate on their behalf, to help provide an improved quality of life. They celebrate each patient’s goals and successes and never treat them as numbers.

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PR IMARY CAR E

UC HEALTH PHYSICIANS (DR. HARDIN) 7690 Discovery Dr Suite 2700, West Chester 513.475.7425 UCHealth.com UC Health is an integrated academic health system serving the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. In partnership with the University of Cincinnati, UC Health combines clinical expertise and compassion with research and teaching – a combination that provides patients with options for even the most complex situations.

O PTO ME T R IST

MASON EYE CENTER 6667 Western Row Road, Mason 513.770.4220 MasonEyeCenter.com Mason Eye Center is an optometric practice specializing in children, but they see people of all ages. Their new location near KeyBank and Skyline in Mason features a gallery with hundreds of eyewear frames and sunglasses. Dr. Ted Snyder has been on seven international missions to provide eye care to those in need, and has won numerous patient satisfaction awards. Mason Eye Center also has a five-star Google rating.

EN T ERTAINMEN T & R E CR E AT I O N (FAMILY )

KINGS ISLAND 6300 Kings Island Dr, Mason 513.754.5700 VisitKingsIsland.com

Kings Island, located in Mason, features more than 100 rides, shows and attractions

PED IAT R I C IAN

GROUP HEALTH TRIHEALTH PHYSICIAN PARTNERS 6010 Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason 513.246.7000 TriHealth.com Group Health TriHealth Physician Partners is one of the largest multi-specialty medical groups in the region, providing a continuum of care for more than 200,000 patients each year. Since 1974, Group Health’s growing staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other qualified medical professionals has provided care in internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics and 18 specialties.

with 15 roller coasters, including the world’s longest wooden (The Beast) and steel inverted (Banshee) roller coasters. New for 2020 is Orion, the park’s tallest, fastest and longest steel coaster featuring a 300 ft. first drop. For kids, there’s the award-winning Planet Snoopy. Admission includes the 33-acre Soak City Water Park.

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helping families in crisis. They practice in estate planning, probate, elder law and family law. They have decades of experience and a philosophy of compassionate representation. Nancy Wagner is the owner of Wagner Law, a practice she started in 2012, after an almost 20-year legal career. She utilizes her diverse experience, discipline and creative problem-solving to represent Cincinnati-area businesses and families.

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FIFTEEN YEARS AGO, A GROUP OF PARENTS WHOSE CHILDREN PARTICIPATED IN LOCAL THEATER PRODUCTIONS NOTICED A PRESSING NEED. The interest in youth theater was outpacing the available parts in local productions in Mason. They wanted to expand opportunities for youth to act, sing and dance, so they started their own non-profit community theater group, Acting Up. “We thought that we could put together a great community theater organization that was family-based,” says Brent Peebles, one of the founders of Acting Up. Their program, not connected to one school or restricted to a certain geographical area, has a unique focus on family involvement. “We’re bringing in a diverse group of young people ages six to 18 from all over the area,” Brent explains. “We always ask their parents to get involved. They can help with costumes, sets or with promoting the production. We have found that this helps everyone enjoy the show more. The parents say ‘I painted that set-piece,’ or ‘I sewed that costume,’ and it becomes a more fulfilling experience.” The result of all this combined effort has been rewarding opportunities for young people and award-winning performances for many years. They’ve put on a wide variety of shows, from Matilda and The Addams Family to classics like The Wizard of Oz. Over the years, Brent has seen how theater can be a source of learning for the many young people who participate.

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“What I like about it is that it makes a big impact on kids’ lives at an important time for them. A lot of people, even years later, can remember the show, their role, what they did on stage. Doing theater as an adult doesn’t have the same impact as it does at that stage of your life,” says Brent. “We see these kids grow up in front of us; some start off kind of shy, a bit awkward, but their

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confidence grows immensely. They perform in front of 500-700 people, which builds their public speaking ability.” The life skills the young people gain all culminates in the excitement and anticipation that leads to opening night. “It’s a lot of work to put on one of these musicals,” Brent admits. “There are a lot of challenging moments, and our casts are usually 70 young people and their families. We love opening night. It’s when everything comes together. We have an amazing moment when the kids get to be on stage and perform. The energy is fantastic, and you can see the smiles on everyone’s faces. They get to see all their hard work realized.”

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The word has spread about Acting Up and as a result, kids from all over the community come to Mason to participate. “When we started the group, the one thing we never anticipated was that by making ourselves a community theater group, we would draw kids from all over the Cincinnati area and far beyond,” says Brent. “We have kids from Indiana, Kentucky, and Dayton, and they all become friends. Now they know people doing theater not just here in Mason, but in Milford and the West Side and down in Northern Kentucky. We love to see them make connections. People really support theater in this area, and we couldn’t do it without the Mason community.” They learned how much community matters this past June when a tragic fire in the building adjacent to their main storage facility caused smoke damage. It harmed most of their set pieces and a wide variety of costumes. While the loss was immense, the support from the Greater Cincinnati area has been incredible. “The community was amazing; people from Mason and all around Cincinnati, including a lot of our patrons, helped us out. Even people who haven’t had a child in our productions for five or six years now,” says Brent. “Community theater in Cincinnati is very popular, and a number of these other theater groups gave us things we needed, like platforms and set pieces. We ended up rebuilding a lot of basic set pieces using gifts from other theater groups. It was heartwarming.” Brent is directing the spring show this year, a musical based on the childhood classic book, Tuck Everlasting. “I really like the message of Tuck Everlasting; I think it’s great for our young performers and the young audiences that will come see it,” says Brent. “It really asks a question: what is life about? Is it about living as long as you can, or the quality of the time that you have? I think that’s something that is valuable at any age, but especially when you are younger and trying to figure out what to do with your life.” Brent also notes that the choreography and music for the show are particularly beautiful, adding to the excellent message. Tickets for Tuck Everlasting are available on their website.  While the rebuilding efforts over the past few months have been swift, they can always use support in the form of donations and volunteers. For specific donation needs, please see their website ActingUp.com.

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CREATIVE EXCHANGE WORKSHOP: WHIMSICAL ROBOTS

TOUCHDOWN FOR HOPE SUPER BOWL SUNDAY EVENT

HEALTHY LIVING FOR YOUR BRAIN AND BODY

The Arts Alliance welcomes Shannon

Champions Club

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater

Timura on Feb. 1 from 10 a.m. to 12

The 11th annual Touchdown for

Cincinnati

p.m. for a fantastic robot-making

HOPE Super Bowl Sunday event

free program that offers the latest

workshop. Each piece combines

is Sunday, Feb. 2.  Tailgating begins

research pertaining to the benefits

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at 5:30 p.m. with Super Bowl kick-off

of proper nutrition, exercise, cogni-

imagination. Coffee, tea and pas-

at 6:30 p.m., at the Great American

tive activity and social engagement.

tries will be served. Tickets are $35

Ballpark Champions Club. Proceeds

This event focusing on the brain and

for Whimsical Robots or $55 to also

from Touchdown for HOPE will be

body connection will be held at the

attend the Wall Hanging/Flowers

used to fund a mental health ser-

Mason Community Center on Feb. 5

workshop in the afternoon. Ages 18

vices financial assistance program

from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m. For details call

and up. The-Arts-Alliance.org

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10 VALENTINE’S DAY COOKIE CLASS Sonder Brewing

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p.m. Shannon will supply materials to

Northern Hills Synagogue and Lori

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make a unique wall hanging. Create

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lage-making workshop on Feb. 4 from

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hanging or make a bouquet. Tickets

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House in Mason. Elizabeth Mariutto,

COCOA CLASSIC 5K

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PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE Staff Psychologist and Clinical Director

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Outpatient Adult Eating Disorder

Ohio Runs presents the Cocoa

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are free) and includes activities with

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