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W

e were exactly 25 hours into summer vacation when my 9-year-old first uttered the words, “Mom, there’s nothing to do.” If you’ve also heard these words or felt them yourself, we have some great ideas for you inside this issue of West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle. This month we have a potpourri of stories about people and places in and around our town. We are fortunate that our suburbs of West Chester and Liberty are situated just a short drive from downtown Cincinnati, which is overflowing with beautiful scenery and fun, free outdoor activities. Flip to Summer In The City to plan your perfect downtown day. If you’d rather stay closer to home, our Summer Hot Spots story has local summertime recommendations from our readers and partners. Inside you’ll also learn about two area athletic teams accomplishing great things—and you may just be inspired to try a new sport yourself. Seven Liberty Township girls just returned from competing with their Oxford-based equestrian team at Nationals for the Interscholastic Equestrian Association. We also talk with the Lakota West baseball team, which made it to State this year for the first time in nearly a decade. Congratulations to both of these teams for their great seasons! When I think of beautiful, outdoor living spaces, the first place that comes to mind is Carriage Hill. This unique master-planned Liberty Township community is helping to bring back multigenerational living. Read about why some families are choosing to raise their kids just steps away from Grandma and Grandpa. Around our town we are fortunate to have so many industry experts, and this month we get to know a few of them from Emery Federal Credit Union and The Urology Group. We also share the results of the Community Needs Assessment that was conducted last fall in this month’s Giving Back story. Grab your copy of West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle, then gas up the car and get ready to head out and explore. Michelle Moody Michelle.Moody@LifestylePubs.com ON THE COVER The summer sun shines beautifully over Cincinnati. Photography by Len Kaltman Photography. Michelle Moody, Publisher

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Around Town

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Good Times

First Annual Catwalk for a Cause

The first annual Catwalk for a Cause hosted by Liberty Center benefited the Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty. Guests enjoyed a spectacular fashion show full of the latest styles for men, women and children, modeled by local celebrities, including players from FC Cincinnati. Liberty-Center.com

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Good Times

Lyons & Lyons Cinco de Mayo Party

May 5 was the eighteenth annual Cinco de Mayo Party hosted by Judge Rob Lyons of Lyons & Lyons, and his family at their West Chester home. Guests included Congressman Warren Davidson. The fiesta provided a fun atmosphere for all.

Lakota's Parade of Graduates

Shortly before graduation day, graduating high school seniors, dressed in their caps and gowns, paraded past cheering elementary-aged students who lined the halls of their school. During the parade, seniors received congratulatory letters of advice and encouragement written by elementary students. Congratulations to all graduates!

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PRO WAKEBOARD TOUR RIDES INTO WEST CHESTER The Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour, the longest-running professional wakeboard competition, will visit West Chester this summer as part of its 25th-anniversary season. Voice of America MetroPark will host the final stop of the tour on August 12. According to the Butler County Visitors Bureau, the event will bring an estimated economic impact of $150,000 to the region and feature the top 16 professional men wakeboarders in the world competing for the coveted world championship. In addition to high-flying wakeboard action, the tour will bring one of the hottest up-and-coming sports in North America to West Chester. Wakesurfing—riding the boat’s wake without the help of a towrope—saw an astonishing 30 percent year-over-year growth from 2012 to 2015. The event at VOA will be open to the public with tickets just $5 for each person ages six and up. GetToTheBC.com

Its a day when all sort of unexpected things occur.

LOCAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STOCK MARKET GAME TEAMS WIN BIG Two of Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School’s (MTCES) Stock Market Game teams won first and second place among all middle school teams in the state of Ohio. First place team Bubble Guppy advanced to the Portfolio Challenge at the University of Cincinnati where they won and received an all-expense paid trip to New York City. The Stock Market Game is a year-long competition among regional schools using online market simulation allowing students to manage a virtual stock portfolio with real-time data. Junior high math teachers Lauren Austin and Nicole Stewart enroll their pre-algebra and alge-

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FOURTH OF JULY PARADE HISTORIC FIRE TRUCK Before your fire up the grill and take in the fireworks, stop by the annual Liberty Township Fourth of July Parade, beginning at 10 a.m. at Lakota East High School. If you’ve been to the parade, you’ve probably noticed the historic fire truck that appears in the parade. That same fire engine also carries Santa in the Liberty Center Christmas parade and delivers him for the annual Breakfast With Santa. What you might not know is that this fire truck was the first one purchased when the Liberty Township Fire Department was first formed, and it was purchased by Fiehrer Motors of Fairfield Township, CONTINUED >


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LAKOTA CELEBRATES TOP PERFORMERS AT GRADUATION A new class of students graduated from Lakota East and Lakota West High Schools in May, where the 2017 top performers were presented at each high school. This year’s valedictorians were Emma Stiefel from Lakota East (GPA 4.9002) and Erik Isel from Lakota West

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GOLDFISH SWIM SCHOOL OFFERS JUMP START CLINICS Calling all little swimmers! Goldfish Swim School West Chester is offering Jump Start Clinics in addition to weekly lessons this summer. Jump Start Clinics are seasonal 30-minute lessons that run TuesdayFriday for one week. Jump Start Clinics are available for children ages three to 12 years, and are $82 for members (four lessons) and $107 for non-members (four lessons and the annual registration of $25). Already enrolled in lessons? Jump Start Clinics are a great supplement to help develop strong swimming skills. In June we recognized Drowning Awareness Month and the American Red

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Our Town

SEASON

HOME RUN

Lakota West players A.J. Petersen, Keegan Fish and Corey Peters, along with Keegan’s sister, Korylin, recreate their childhood photo (below) as they look out onto the baseball field in 2017.

A young Petersen, Fish and Peters watch the Lakota West LAKOTA WEST PLAYERS Baseball team atVARSITY the 2007 stateBASEBALL championship with hopes of one day playing in their own state championship. Korylin Fish SHARE THEIR STORY OF FRIENDSHIP (far left) supports her brother and friends.

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ast month, Lakota West Varsity Baseball

Corey Peters, A.J. Petersen and Keegan Fish

this school and playing with these boys has been absolutely amazing the entire year.”

made its first state semifinal appearance

witnessed Lakota West play in the champi-

since 2008, reaching a milestone for the school

onship in 2007 (see photo) when they were

and a dream for many of its team members.

elementary students.

While the outcome was not what the three friends had hoped, Peters recognizes the

Though the team lost to Massillon Jackson 5-1

“Being at the state championship game in

significance in making it to the semifinals. “It

on June 2, it was the end to a great season. The

2007, it became a dream of mine to play in

was an honor to play for Lakota West with a

Firebirds set a new school record for stolen

that atmosphere. I knew how difficult it would

chance to be the best in Ohio, especially a

bases (94) this season, and Lakota West head

be to get there, so it definitely always seemed

senior. Everyone on the team is a good player

coach Greg Leurck was named GMC and All-

a little out of reach,” says Fish, who is heading

and an even better teammate,” Peters says.

City Coach of the Year.

into his senior year at Lakota West.

Congratulations to the Lakota West

For three teammates, who first played

“Playing for a state championship at Lakota

Varsity Baseball Team, and especially to

together at age seven, a trip to the state

West is going to be something I remember for

three young friends who had big dreams of

semifinals was a dream come true. Players

the rest of my life,” adds Petersen. “Representing

heading to state.

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Financial Buzz

LENDING A HAND IN THE COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY EMERY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION PROVIDES MORE THAN FINANCIAL SERVICES ARTICLE LIFESTYLE STAFF | PHOTOGRAPHY MICHELLE LLOYD & PROVIDED

W

hen you think of philanthropy, you

Shriners Hospitals for Children®–Cincinnati,

may not think about a financial

our staff gets involved in supporting these

institution. However, Emery Federal Credit

charities throughout the year," Cain says. "It’s

Union centers itself around giving back to

been a great part of our Emery culture to give

the community.

back to those around us, and it is something

Emery, with branches in Liberty Township,

we all enjoy doing."

Blue Ash and Western Hills, just celebrated

Working with a credit union can be some-

its 78th  anniversary of providing financial

what different than working with a large bank.

services to both businesses and individuals

As a not-for-profit financial institution, credit

in the Cincinnati area. Emery  went from

unions are owned and operated by members

being a credit union that works with select

(not customers). Emery strives to provide a

employers/employees to a Community

more personal and customized approach to

Charter in 2016.

how they engage with members on every-

“This change lets us expand our membership to everyone living in Hamilton, Butler

thing from checking and savings accounts to loans on cars, homes and credit cards.

or Warren counties, and we are so excited

“This personal approach is just an exten-

to be able to work directly within our own

sion of our desire to be a positive and helpful

surrounding communities,” says Todd Cain,

resource for our communities,” Cain says.

CEO of Emery. "Community" has never been a foreign word for Emery and its employees.

Emery employees coined a phrase that influences everything they do: “Your Credit Union with HEART.” Internally, HEART stands

“From the annual Community Shred

for Honor, Educate, Attitude, Responsibility

Parties promoting identity theft protection to

and Teamwork. Externally, they call it their

our support of the Alzheimer’s Association,

‘heartfelt difference’.

Honor Flight Tri-State and Emery’s elev-

“We want everyone who walks through

enth annual charity golf event that benefits

our doors, visits our website or interacts

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CEO Todd Cain

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with any of our employees to feel welcome,

Other methods of giving back to the

understood and that their financial needs are

community are woven into the fabric of life

taken care of,” Cain says.

at Emery. For instance, on casual Fridays

Financial education is another pas-

employees can wear jeans in exchange for

sion—almost a mission—of Emery’s. They

a two dollar donation, allowing Emery to

have developed several financial literacy

give a small but substantial donation to

education seminars that are free to the

their core charities while also promoting

community and cover topics ranging from

a fun atmosphere.

first-time homebuyer tips, understanding

“We want our employees to have fun while

credit scores, protecting yourself from iden-

at work,” says Shelly O’Neill, Chief Operating

tity theft, and demystifying Medicare. Emery

Office for Emery. “If we create a fun atmo-

also provides financial education classes to

sphere internally, we know our members will

many of the local schools in Cincinnati and

sense that when they are here.”

Northern Kentucky.

Shriners Clowns on the golf course of Emery's Charity Golf Scramble in 2016.

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Cain adds, “It all boils down to this simple

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and a financial partner for all the craziness

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Emery’s Britt Scearce returns home to Cincinnati with a veteran he accompanied on an Honor Flight.

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a modern-day weekend in Butler County. The young women of the Honey Tree Stables Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Team work and laugh together, a team of confident equestrians, a sisterhood. Twelve local teens make up the team, spanning grades six through twelve. Honey Tree Stables of Oxford has hosted the team for two years, competing with IEA around the country from September to May. IEA competitions are uniquely equalized. No rider is required to own a horse; horses from each show’s host barn are selected by random draw among competitors. Riders and horses work through a course of jumps together within minutes of when they are introduced. Contestants are judged on their horsemanship and how they handle a horse that is new to them. Under the direction of coaches Sarah Oelerich and Laura Kursman, the team ended this season with a rank in the top 22 of nearly 600 teams at Nationals in Lexington, Virginia. As they mingle with one another and the horses, the team exhibits a noticeable camaraderie. Although they compete against each other individually, they work together as a team with mutual trust, respect and friendship. “At the end of the day, they need each other to do well. That’s how they got to Nationals. It wasn’t one person, it was everyone—everyone bringing their game to succeed, “ explains Oelerich, team coach and owner of Honey Tree Stables. “The team is like a second family,” says team member Victoria Lake of Oxford. “My teammates act like sisters to me,” agrees Angylynn Kiss of Liberty Township. “We came to Honey Tree for a lesson and I really liked it here. It was like coming home.” Lauren Obermeyer started riding at age seven, when her mom sent her to horse camp against her wishes. The Fairfield graduate is now off to the University of Findlay this fall where she will continue competing at the college level. “This is my barn family. Honey Tree is home!” Obermeyer says, arms wide in a gesture to the rolling hills around her. “The team is only two years old and has already accomplished so much,” she adds. “I am bummed I don’t get to watch these middle school girls. When they get to high school, they are going to kill it!” Competition brings more than horsemanship skills. In preparation for the arena, these young women learn life lessons. CONTINUED >

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TAKING THE REINS (CON TI N U ED)

The Team: Laura Kursman, Angylynn Kiss, Meaghan Kursman, Carlisle Myers, GG Dombrowski, Lauren Obermeyer, Victoria Lake, Tatum Pencek, Haley Moore & Sarah Oelerich. Not pictured: Isabel Berglund, Ashley Gilmore, Rian DelVecchio & Isabella Kacachos.

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T’S AWESOME TO SEE THE TEAM DEVELOP BECAUSE THEY DEVELOP MORE THAN RIDING SKILLS,” COACH LAURA KURSMAN OF LIBERTY TOWNSHIP SHARES. SHE’S NOT ONLY COACH, BUT ALSO MOM TO TEAM MEMBER MEAGHAN KURSMAN. “IT’S ABOUT LEADERSHIP AND CONSISTENCY AND COMPASSION. IT’S ABOUT SO MUCH MORE THAN THE RIDING. THE RIDING IS SMALL COMPARED TO WHAT THE GIRLS GET IN LEADERSHIP AND PERSEVERANCE.”

Oelerich agrees. “Think of how these skills transfer into the schoolyard. It’s hard to be bullied when it just doesn’t work on you. Confidence is key.” GG Dombrowski of Liberty Township is one of the Nationals competitors on the middle school team. “I have learned a lot from Sarah and Laura,” Dombrowski says. “I am excited for next year on the high school team.” Dombrowski’s parents, Dean and Paula Dombrowski, are equally as excited.

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Meaghan Kursman & Coach/Mother Laura Kursman, of Liberty Township, share a family love of horses.

Meaghan Kursman leads her horse through a pasture at Honey Tree Stables.

“The one common thing that pulls everybody together here is this ground—and I call this magical ground, holy ground out here. It works for the people as much as it does for the horses.”

“We see an unlimited potential with GG’s riding ability and horsemanship skills,” Dean says. “GG is a unique individual with an amazing talent and we find ourselves enjoying the journey as much as she does.” Honey Tree Stables is a special place. Oelerich took ownership from her father in 1999. She lives a legacy of deep love and understanding of equines. Honey Tree is known as a place of restoration for injured animals and horses healing from trauma. “The one common thing that pulls everybody together here is this ground—and I call this magical ground, holy ground out here. It works for the people as much as it does for the horses,” Oelerich explains. “I let the riders use the sport and the horses in general to get to know themselves a little better and bring their own confidence out, so they can find that next growth step in their soul,” Oelerich says. The Honey Tree Stables IEA Team is taking the reins, with their horses and in their lives.

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MODERN-DAY MULTIGENERATIONAL LIVING Carriage Hill Is Transforming The Way Families Live

ARTICLE ABBEY MCMAHON | PHOTOGRAPHY SNAPPY GEORGE PHOTOGRAPHY

Jeff and Diana Godsey's home in Carriage Hill.

Rendering of Carriage Hill's new restaurant, Shooters Sports Grill.

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Jeff and Kathy Godsey's patio home in Carriage Hill, just down the street from their grandchildren. The living room inside the brand new Terry Gatehouse is accessible to Carriage Hill residents.

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ixty years ago it was not uncommon for kids to ride their bikes to their grandparents’ house. Children played outside, in creeks and

along trails. Grandma and Grandpa were present for every milestone, weekly family dinners and nearly everything in between. Families stayed close to each other and multiple generations grew up together. Today, it’s so hard to even find time for a family meal that multigenerational living feels like a foreign concept. However, Carriage Hill is doing everything it can to re-center the familial roots. Liberty Township’s premier upscale neighborhood brings to life a family-focused charm with modern designs and amenities. It is truly a community for the ages—all ages. When Jeff and Diana Godsey moved their family of four to Carriage Hill in 2014, they hoped Jeff’s parents—Jeff and Kathy Godsey— wouldn’t be far behind. Sure enough, the Godsey grandparents moved to the patio home section of Carriage Hill this past May to be closer to their children and grandchildren. “When Jeff's parents made the decision to move to Carriage Hill, we were absolutely thrilled,” Diana says of her in-laws. “Carriage Hill encourages an active lifestyle and we have the opportunity to do activities together as a family. It is also comforting to know that if anyone needs anything or if there’s an emergency, we live close enough to help each other out.” Creating a multigenerational neighborhood was always part of the Terry family’s plan when they began developing Carriage Hill in 2009. “We wanted to create the type of family environment that we experienced living on the property with Mom and Dad and raising our children,” says Randy Terry. Brothers Randy, Todd and Marc studied the needs of the region

Billiard room inside the Terry Gatehouse.

and saw an opportunity to fill a gap in multi-generation living with their 450-acre private estate. CONTINUED >

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“It really is unlike any other community in greater Cincinnati and South Dayton,” says Patty Terry, Randy’s wife, who serves as Administrator and Marketing Director. “Our vision was to take what the land really gave us and form it into a community,” Todd adds. “We didn’t want to knock down the trees and start from the ground up like most new neighborhoods do.” Carriage Hill’s master planned community offers single-family estate homes and grand estate homes, as well as maintenance-free patio and courtyard homes, perfect for a variety of age groups and multiple generations. With clubhouses and pools, community parks, planned social activities, more than 80 acres of open space and miles of sidewalks and walking trails, the neighborhood keeps its residents busy—young and old alike. “We love that Carriage Hill is a master planned community. There’s an abundance of green space, walking trails and fishing ponds,” Diana explains. “Our children enjoy riding their bikes and going down to the creek to throw rocks. They love swimming at the pool and playing at the playground. They are able to ride their bikes to their grandparents’ house, and because they live so close, their grandparents are very active in our children’s lives.” In 2008, the Terry’s began looking at plans and exploring the zoning process to prepare Carriage Hill for a long-term 450acre development plan. Now in its seventh year, Carriage Hill is not slowing down anytime soon. New this year is the Terry Gatehouse, an adult-only clubhouse and pool, a Shooters Sports Grill, several new neighborhoods and many new estate and patio homes. More than 200 families currently live in Carriage Hill and nearly 250 more will move in during the next few years. “There was quite a pent up demand after the market crash in 2009,” Todd says. “We’re looking forward to welcoming more families to the neighborhood.” Patty adds, “The people who live here want to live in nice homes in a very friendly community governed by standards. There is an understated elegance about Carriage Hill.” Indeed, it’s this understated elegance that has attracted so many families to the neighborhood thus far. The Carriage House, Carriage Hill's first clubhouse.

“As you travel throughout the neighborhood, you encounter stone bridges, creeks and mature trees,” Diana says. “Jeff and I love how friendly the neighborhood is and how the neighbors look out for one another.” Diana reflects on their decision to move to Carriage Hill with a sense of gratefulness, thankful that her children live so close to one set of their grandparents. “We truly believe that Carriage Hill promotes family values with multigenerational living,” Diana says. She adds, “In fact, my parents, who live out-of-state, find this community to be so unique that they are also considering a move to Carriage Hill.”

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Travel Destination (CON TI N U ED) THE LABYRINTH The labyrinth is a serene path to walk in peace and meditate. It’s different from a maze in that there is only one path in and out. It has been said that you enter a maze to get lost and a labyrinth to find yourself.

WORLD’S LARGEST CHIME FOOT PIANO This one-of-a-kind structure was designed and built by Cincinnati’s Verdin Company, which manufactures bronze bells, clocks and towers. Sensors under the piano keys electronically cause the strikes at the top of the structure to ring the chimes. Verdin’s first factory was built in 1842, just blocks away from this site.

CAROL ANN’S CAROUSEL Take a ride on one of 44 whimsical Cincinnati-centric characters that make up Carol Ann’s Carousel. The carousel is an amazing work of art featuring original artwork by Jonathan Queen. During the summer, the carousel is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and is just $2 per ride.

GIANT GAME OF CHESS Ever wonder what it would be like to be inside your favorite board game? Play a game of giant chess under the Roebling Bridge. Each piece is about the size of a small child.

FATH FOUNTAIN Cool off on a plaza filled with water jets that dance to light and music, just south of Mehring Way. This is a perfect afternoon for the youngsters.

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CINCINNATI RED BIKE Red Bike is Cincinnati’s newest and most fun system of public transportation. A bike sharing system consisting of 56 stations and 442 bikes, Red Bike is dedicated to improving community by providing a low-cost, healthy and green transportation option that makes Greater Cincinnati a more vibrant and connected community.

THE SWINGS A series of shade pergolas, each containing two porchsize swings, are positioned along the upper river walk with great views of the river.

ROEBLING BRIDGE When the suspension bridge between Covington and Cincinnati opened to traffic on January 1, 1867, it was the longest bridge in the world at 1057 feet. Celebrating its 150th anniversary, the Roebling Bridge was named after its Chief Engineer, John A. Roebling, who would later go on to help design the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.

FOUNTAIN SQUARE Fountain Square has been the symbolic center of Cincinnati since 1871. It was renovated in 1971 and 2005 and currently features many shops, restaurants, hotels and offices. During July be sure to check out Fountain Feud on Tuesdays, Reggae Wednesdays, Salsa on the Square on Thursdays and Food Truck Brunch each Sunday.

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Giving Back

UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY NEEDS

ACTION PLAN TO FOCUS ON THREE AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT ARTICLE ERIN PIERCE

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n November we reported that the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty was preparing to launch a first-ever Community

According to Clemons, the summit provided solid groundwork for an action plan to be formed.

Needs Assessment in conjunction with Ignite Philanthropy Advisors.

“The summit was a ‘call to action’ for nearly 100 leaders from three

Six months later, the Foundation has concluded the assessment

community sectors: government, business and non-profit,” Clemons

and shares results.

says. “The goal was to identify and prioritize issues in the community

After working with community leaders since October, the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty now has a clear understanding of specific needs that lie within West Chester and Liberty Township, and has outlined a plan to address these needs.

through the lens of these three groups, and generate excitement and buy-in across a range of community players.” Three primary areas of focus surfaced from the needs assessment: transportation, education and workforce development. As a

The Community Foundation, led by CEO and President Erin

roadmap for the next five to ten years, the assessment will allow the

Clemons, focuses on encouraging, supporting and facilitating

Community Foundation to collaborate with local non-profit organiza-

philanthropy and improving the quality of life in the West Chester

tions, government sectors and businesses to fund these focal areas.

and Liberty Township area. As an effort to identify the overall

“Part of our responsibility is keeping a finger on the pulse of the

needs of the community, the assessment was designed to outline

needs in our area, and the needs assessment is helping us to do

where philanthropy can make a greater impact in West Chester

that more effectively,” Clemons explains. “Going forward, one of our

and Liberty Township. The Community Foundation worked in con-

goals is to be the ‘convener’ of various pockets of the community

junction with Ignite Philanthropy Advisors, a Cincinnati-based firm

to promote collaboration so we are all more efficient, more strate-

that maximizes the power of giving for donors, foundations and

gic and more effective in creating a vibrant and thriving community.

nonprofit organizations.

Convening stakeholders is a new type of leadership for us.”

One of the first steps to completing the assessment called for local lead-

Susan Ingmire, President of Philanthropic Affairs at Ignite, says

ers and community members to meet on December 6 for The Community

Clemons and her team are now in a good position to meet the future

Summit at Miami University’s Voice of America Learning Center.

needs of the area.

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"[The Community Foundation] is excited about the results and the timing couldn't be better," Ingmire says. "The board and staff,

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And the team is wasting no time in responding to the assessment’s findings. Clemons says, “Already, we are partnering with

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for the Miami 2 Miami Connection, a major regional trail proposed

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to link Little Miami Scenic Trail and Great Miami River Trail in

from professional chefs at homes within the community.

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From an education standpoint, the Community Foundation hopes to create more opportunities for community engagement on the K-12 level in conjunction with Lakota schools. Part of fulfilling the needs identified in the assessment will come from this community involvement. Clemons says there are always opportunities for community members to get involved—whether it is donating to one of the community improvement initiative funds, volunteering for a program or serving on a Foundation committee. For additional information, the West Chester-Liberty Community Foundation has a complete report of the needs assessment on their website. WCLFoundation.com

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Lifestyle Calendar

July JULY 1

JULY 4, 11, 18, 25

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CHILDREN'S STORY TIME

LIBERTY CENTER SQUARE

CHILDREN'S DISCOVERY CENTER AT LIBERTY CENTER

Spend the start of your 4th of July weekend at Liberty Center. Gather

Little ones and parents are invited to Liberty Center's Children's Dis-

in the square from noon-4 p.m. for a parade and various activities to

covery Center every Tuesday at 2 p.m. as story time comes alive with

delight the whole family. For more details, see the schedule online.

songs, puppets and fun for the family! Cookies and refreshments will

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JULY 4, 11, 18, 25 LIBERTY CENTER FARMERS MARKET LIBERTY CENTER SQUARE Fill your senses and delight your palate with fresh veggies, fruit, flowers and other treats from local growers in Ohio! There is something for everyone with live music, demonstrations, activities for the kids and much more at Liberty Center Farmers Market. Tuesdays from 3-7 p.m. in the Square. Liberty-Center.com

JULY 4, 13, 20, 27 RIVERSEDGE SUMMER CONCERTS RIVERSEDGE AMPHITHEATRE

JULY 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Head over to Riversedge Amphitheatre in  Hamilton for live music, food, drinks and activities each week in July. This is a free event (food

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The summer market season is in full swing. Shop locally Saturdays through

Adriatic and Dirty Revival. RiversEdgeLive.com

mid-October at The Square @ Union Centre, near MidPointe Library. Market hours are from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. WestChesterOhioFarmersMarket.org

JULY 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

JULY 5, 12, 19, 26 MOVIES UNDER MOONLIGHT LIBERTY CENTER

WEST CHESTER CONCERT SERIES KEEHNER PARK AMPHITHEATRE Enjoy summer Saturday evenings at Keehner Park while listening to diverse musical acts. Bring a blanket or chair and relax from 7-9 p.m. July's line-up includes: West Chester Symphony, Fillmore Brass Band, Miami University Steel Drum Band, Bob Gray Orchestra and Reload. WestChesterOH.org

JULY 4 RUN FOR LIBERTY 5K LAKOTA EAST HIGH SCHOOL Lace up your running shoes for the Run for Liberty 5k, hosted by Liberty Township. This family-friendly event is open to runners and walkers. Gather at the start line at Lakota East High School. Registra-

Enjoy family-friendly movies under the stars every Wednesday this

tion begins at 7 a.m.; the race starts at 8 a.m. Cost is $20 in advance,

summer. Bring your favorite blanket or chair to unwind and watch a

$25 on race day. OH-LibertyTownship.CivicPlus.com

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JULY 6, 13, 20, 27 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES LIBERTY CENTER Join live bands on the Square each Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at Liberty Center. Everyone is welcome and invited to bring blankets and chairs. Concerts are subject to cancellation due to weather. Check online for

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JULY 14 PANDEMONIUM DAY ART ON SYMMES Pandemonium Day was established to help free us from all the stuffiness that comes with living a life too ordered. If ever there was a wild and whacky, unorganized day, it's Pandemonium Day. Celebrate Pandemonium Day by shopping crazy bargains on fun and unique items at Art On Symmes. Like them on Facebook for alerts on these specials and more. ArtOnSymmes.com CONTINUED >

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JULY 14 LINKINNATI GOLF TOURNAMENT THE CITY OF MASON GOLF CENTER Grab the clubs and support a good cause at the Linkinnati Golf Tournament on Friday, July 14. Registration/lunch begins at noon with the shotgun start at 1 p.m. $100 per player benefits The Edge Teen Center and includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, cart, dinner and after-party. Remember to bring a guest for FREE to the dinner/after-party. EdgeTeenCenter.com

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CRAZY CARDBOARD BOAT REGATTA VOA PARK You're invited to the seventh annual Crazy Cardboard Regatta at VOA Park. At this crazy event teams build boats made of cardboard and race in them around the lake! Build your own boat or enjoy the show from the comforts of the shore. Either way, this is a fun event for everyone in the family from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. GetToTheBC.com

JULY 15 BLUES, BREWS & BBQ PYRAMID HILL SCULPTURE PARK & MUSEUM (HAMILTON) This festival on the scenic Pyramid Hill features live blues bands selected by The Cincy Blues Society, a variety of BBQ vendors, and craft beer tastings selected by Cavalier Distributing. Admission is $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 6-12. Don't miss the fun on Saturday, July 15 from 1-10 p.m. GetToTheBC.com

JULY 20 LIFE-CHANGING HERNIA CARE FAIRFIELD HEALTHPLEX ON THE CAMPUS OF MERCY HEALTH Men and women of any age can join this FREE seminar on Thursday, July 20 at 5:30 p.m. "Life-Changing Hernia Care: Get back to doing the things you love faster" is presented by Mercy Health–Fairfield Hospital and keynote speaker, Douglas Berg, MD, general surgeon and regional leader in robotic surgery. RSVP in advance 513.603.8211. Mercy.com CONTINUED >

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JULY 21 & 22 HOT AIR BALLOON FESTIVAL SMITH PARK The 2017 Ohio Challenge Hot Air Balloon Festival features a hot air balloon competition with up to 40 balloons. Come out to see sky divers, special shape balloons, firework displays, beautiful balloon glows and more! Visit the event website for an up-to-date schedule of events and times. GetToTheBC.com

JULY 22 ANNUAL ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC CAR PARADE BUTLER COUNTY COURTHOUSE Watch as more than 300 antique and classic cars parade through the

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JULY 23 - 29 BUTLER COUNTY FAIR BUTLER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Nothing says summer like the arrival of county fairs all across Ohio's eighty-eight counties. Butler County is no different! Excitement

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JULY 27 FOOT AND BONE HEALTH PRESENTATION WEST CHESTER ACTIVITY CENTER It's all about foot and bone health at this informative presentation. Learn about osteoporosis prevention and treatment from Deborah Conradi, RN, BSN, ACHE. Hear from Dr. Kristin Titko on foot conditions and the latest in proper footwear. The presentation is free on Thursday, July 27 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. RSVP in advance to 513.779.7360. Community-First.org

JULY 29 THUNDERFEST CRUISE-IN DOWNTOWN MIDDLETOWN Experience a day of classic car fun at the Fifth Annual Thunderfest Cruise-In in downtown Middletown on July 29 from 1-5 p.m. Enjoy live music from On The Air Entertainment, local food, drinks and more. The event is free and open to the public. GetToTheBC.com

JULY 29 POKEMON GO WALK MIDPOINTE LIBRARY WEST CHESTER Pokemon GO Trainers of all ages are invited to a Pokemon GO Walk from the MidPointe Library West Chester to the Circle @ Union Center (clock area). Catch Pokemon, hatch eggs, and battle at the Clock Tower Gym. There is no registration, but children ages 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.  All ages are welcome! MidPointeLibrary.org 46

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Summer Reading Program 2017 The MidPointe Library System offers free & fun Summer Reading Programs for the whole family - infants, pre-school, grade school, young adult & grown-ups too! Reading logs are available beginning June 1 & participation can begin anytime before July 31. The more you read, the more prizes you earn! Special Summer Reading programming & events will be held all summer long. Don’t miss the fun! Find details at www.MidPointeLibrary.org. July 2017 | West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle

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Art On/Off Symmes (513) 844-2787 ArtOnSymmes.com Pop Revolution (513) 492-7474 PopRevolutionGallery.com  

AUTOMOTIVE

Christian Brothers Automotive (513) 342-8785 CBAC.com/West-Chester Fiehrer Buick GMC (513) 863-8111 FiehrerMotors.com  

CHARITIES & FUNDRAISERS

Edge Teen Center EdgeTeenCenter.com/golf-outing

CHILD CAMPS, CARE & TUTORING

Huntington Learning Center (513) 860-4716 HuntingtonHelps.com

COMMUNITY EVENTS & ORGANIZATIONS MidPointe Library System (513) 777-3131 MidPointeLibrary.org

DANCE

West Chester Academy (513) 829-2345 WestChesterAcademy.com

DENTISTS & ORTHODONTICS Hickman Orthodontics (513) 874-0200 HickmanOrtho.com

DERMATOLOGISTS

Dermatology & Surgery of Southern Ohio, Inc. (513) 858-6900 DermatologyandSurgery.com

EDUCATION

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Emery Federal Credit Union (513) 530-9351 EmeryFCU.org

FOOD & BEVERAGE Village Wines of Glendale (513) 771-6611 VillageWinesGlendale.com

HEALTH & WELLNESS Community First Solutions (513) 785-4060 Community-First.org EVER Skincare with Andie (513) 342-8027 EverSkin.com/With/Andie   Mindful Wellness Massage & Bodywork (513) 382-3132 MindfulWellnessMassageandBodywork.com  

HOME BUILDERS & REMODELERS Carriage Hill (513) 894-4455 CarriageHillLiving.com Kitchen Concepts Inc. (513) 531-3838 KConcepts.com  

HOME DESIGN & FURNISHINGS

Blinds Plus (513) 234-4575 BlindsPlusAndMore.com BOVA contemporary furniture (513) 247-9100 BOVAFurniture.com Interiors Plus (513) 777-7717 InteriorsPlusMasonOhio.com  

HOME SERVICES

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Renewal by Andersen (513) 285-7592 RBACincy.com Shiver Security Systems (513) 719-4000, ext. 101 ShiverSecurity.com   Titan Siding & Roofing (513) 755-7663 TitanSidingandRoofing.com  

INSURANCE

Michael Corna American Family Insurance (513) 777-5543 Insurance-Agency.AmFam.com/ OH/Michael-Corna/ RiskSOURCE Clark-Theders (513) 779-2800 RiskSource.com  

LANDSCAPING

Forever Green Lawn and Landscapes (513) 939-5701 ForeverGreen.pro The Turf Tailor (513) 295-2782 TheTurfTailor.net  

LEGAL

Lyons & Lyons (513) 777-2222 LyonsandLyonsLaw.com

MEDICAL CLINICS & FACILITIES Center for Foot Care (513) 729-4455 CincinnatiFootCare.com Hilltop Obstetrics & Gynecology (513) 424-1440 HilltopOBGYN.com

Mercy Health— Liberty Falls Medical Center (513) 870-7000 Mercy.com

Mercy Health— West Chester Family Medicine (513) 779-6225 Mercy.com Mercy Health— Fairfield Healthplex (513) 682-1212 Mercy.com The Urology Group (513) 841-7400 UrologyGroup.com  

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Pressbuilt (513) 403-4555 Pressbuilt.com

PET CARE

Animal Hospital of West Chester (513) 777-5131 AnimalHospitalofWC.com

PROPERTY

CMC The Perfect Small Office (513) 447-3636 PerfectSmallOffice.com

REAL ESTATE

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SENIOR LIVING & SERVICES

Personal Senior Care Homes of West Chester (513) 870-9228 PersonalSeniorCareHomes.com

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Parting Thoughts

HOT SPOTS RESIDENTS SHARE FAVORITE SUMMER ACTIVITIES AROUND TOWN ARTICLE ABBEY MCMAHON | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

T

he sun is shining, pools are open and grills are smoking. Whether

and safe atmosphere where there is something for everyone! I love

you are a fan of the sun or prefer the cooler air inside, West

the sense of community mixed with an urban vibe in the suburbs.”

Chester and Liberty Township offer something special for everyone. We asked readers and our magazine partners to share some of their

—Meghan Treglia, Reader

“In the summer, I like to take my daughters to the pool at Four

favorite activities and spots around town to enjoy while the sun’s

Bridges Country Club and we like to shop and lunch at Liberty

shining bright this summer.

Centre. We love West Chester and Liberty in the summer time.”

“I love running all year, but two of my favorite summer spots are the trails at Keehner Park in West Chester and the trails at Carter Park in Deerfield Township.”

—Dr. Kris Titko, Center for Foot Care

—Tiffany Allen-Zeuch, Sibcy Cline

“This summer I look forward to growing some beautiful red toma-

toes in my garden.”

—Bill Bross, Reader

“My oldest son is in LSO t-ball, so we will be spending a lot of

“During our Summer Reading Program, not only do we want to

time on the ball fields this summer. My family likes to go to Voice of

encourage children to read throughout the summer, but we also want

America park a lot to play on the playground and walk around. And

to help them stay active around our community. On Saturday, July 29,

we finally got season passes to Kings Island, so we'll be there this

we have a Pokemon GO Walk from MidPointe Library West Chester

summer too.”

to the Circle @ Union Center. All ages are welcome to this fun sum-

—Andi Wafzig, EVER Skincare

"I love taking my daughters to Drop-In Storytime at MidPointe Library. It's a fun indoor activity for really hot days!"

—Maria Eilers, Reader

“Liberty Center and Union Center have so many wonderful activ-

ities in the summer ranging from bands, movies, farmers markets and festivals. You can always depend on a fun, friendly, engaging

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mer activity!”

—Cari Hillman, MidPointe Library


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