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LIFESTYLE LETTER

AUGUST 2019 PUBLISHER

Michelle Moody | Michelle.Moody@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Laura Leavitt | Laura.Leavitt@LifestylePubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Tera Michelson

Kids and Pets FOR MANY OF US, AUGUST IS A BITTERSWEET TURNING POINT IN THE CALENDAR YEAR. Summer is drawing to a close, and the school bells will be ringing any

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Alexandra Frost, Tera Michelson, Alexandra Lisa CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Len Kaltman—West Chester Corporate Photography

day now. While the lazy days of sipping cool beverages poolside may be numbered, this month brings a sense of renewal. New routines, new clothes and new school supplies often come to mind in August. Earlier this year, we dedicated issues to both the men and women of our community, so it would only be right to celebrate some of our cutest residents this month: kids and pets! Inside, we meet local students who had amazing adventures this summer. From dancing on a cruise ship to rebuilding homes in Appalachia to competing for a national robotics title, read how some of our best and brightest in Lakota spent their summer. We also explore how teens are working to provide peer support as the Hope Squad kicks off their second year in Lakota schools. If you’re a cat lover, we’ve found your favorite new coffee shop—the Kitty Brew Café.

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Learn how this nearby business finds new homes for local cats. In this issue, you’ll

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meet two area artists that use unique mediums to capture your pet’s true colors. We

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also whipped up a recipe for homemade dog treats on page 34 so you can spoil your loyal companions. Whether your house is filled with kids, pets or both, you’re sure to find a story this month that’s purrrfect for you.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE AUGUST 2019

FEATURES 18 Creature Comforts Local cafe helps cats and kittens find their “fur-ever” homes

22 More Than a Break Lakota youth share their summer adventures

26 Portraying Pets Two artists with local ties depict our beloved companions

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30 Planting Hope Hope Squads spread positivity and mental health awareness

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DEPARTMENTS 8

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

14

Around Town

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Locally Owned

22 Travel Destination 26 Artist’s Palette 30 Inspired By 34 Animal Kingdom 38 Lifestyle Calendar 42 Parting Thoughts


GOOD TIMES

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AROUND TOWN

SEEKING READERS TO SPOTLIGHT

juniors and seniors. Partnering with Belcan, LLC,

Do you know someone in this community who

Lakota Schools is introducing this new curricu-

goes above and beyond to give back in the West

lum for students interested in computer science.

Chester & Liberty area? Do you know a local res-

Industry experts predict there will be 3.5 million

ident who has conquered a unique challenge and

jobs in cybersecurity by 2021 that will go unfilled.

has a great story to tell? Do you have a holiday

Students enrolled in the district’s new program

recipe with a great family story behind it and an

will be able to earn up to six industry certifications

unconventional flavor? If you answered yes to any

and qualify for internship opportunities. With next

of these questions, we’d like to hear from you. We’re

year’s seniors only having one year in the program,

looking for interesting local people to highlight in

an accelerated Cyber Sprint option will be available

our upcoming issues and we want to hear from our

to help them complete as much of the course as

readers. If you have a suggestion please contact

possible. Students interested in enrolling in Lakota

Laura Leavitt at Laura.Leavitt@LifestylePubs.com.

Cyber Academy will complete an application process, including an interview. Lt. Governor Jon Husted will be attending an official ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the program’s launch in mid-August. Lakota is seeking additional industry partners to get involved in the form of mentoring, job shadowing, design challenges, sponsorship and internships. Contact  cyber@lakotaonline.com  to learn more. LakotaOnline.com

SHIVER SECURITY DONATES THIRD K9 TO DAYTON’S POLICE FORCE The Shiver Security, in partnership with the Matt Haverkamp Foundation, has provided a generous donation to the Dayton Police Department of $14,500, which will allow the department to purchase a police dog for patrol and narcotics detection. The department has chosen Officer Randy Betsinger for the K9 handler position; he’ll work with his new partner Hugo, a 15-monthold German Shepherd. The Matt Haverkamp

The Fetchington Pet Hotel in Olde West Chester

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AROUND TOWN

(CON TI N UED)

WOMEN OF EXCELLENCE AWARD NOMINATIONS OPEN The West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance is seeking nominations for the 2019 Women of Excellence Awards, to be held on Friday, November 15 at 6 p.m. at the Cincinnati Marriott North. These

awards

whose

achievements

recognize in

women “business,

education, culture, philanthropy and service”

to

our

community

have

gone above and beyond the call of duty. Do you have a woman in mind? Honor her by submitting a nomination through the Chamber’s website. TheChamberAlliance.com/

JOIN THE SECRET SHAKE SOCIETY TO UNCOVER HIDDEN TREATS Go off menu with other Butler County residents and explore our local culinary scene by joining the Secret Shake Society, a new initiative from Butler County Visitor’s Bureau. Every two weeks, an email goes out to shake society members about a special milkshake treat that is being offered at a local restaurant. Armed with your newfound knowledge, you can order this taste sensation during the limited two-week run time of each shake, even if it isn’t advertised in the store or restaurant itself. Prices are set by each local business and mentioned in the email. The secret shakes offer you the opportunity to get out and try new flavors during the classic milkshake season of summer and beyond. TheSecretShakeSociety.com

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CREATURE COMFORTS LOCAL CAFE HELPS CATS AND KITTENS FIND THEIR "FUR-EVER" HOMES

IN A LOWER-LEVEL BUSINESS PLAZA OFF

taken on the responsibility of ensuring the safety of

SNIDER ROAD, PRACTICALLY HIDDEN FROM

each forever home for a kitten or cat.

VIEW, KITTY BREW CAFE ALLOWS CUSTOMERS

“We got permission from Animal Friends Humane

THE OPPORTUNITY TO EAT AND DRINK ALONG-

Society to use their adoption application. They’ve

SIDE CATS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION. Owner

been placing cats for more than 50 years,” Jenni says.

Jenni Barrett started the business in 2017 after years

“We research if somebody rents or owns the property

of volunteering with Animal Friends Humane Society, a

that they’ll be taking the cat home to—in some cases,

rescue partner for the cafe’s cats.

we need to see a lease or talk to the landlord to make

“Hunting for animals to help is addictive,” Jenni

sure it’s okay they have a cat. We get to know the per-

says. “At the end of it all, the best feeling is that you

son pretty well throughout the adoption process and

know the animal is being taken care of.”

see how they’re connecting with the cat, so there’s a

Jenni has a great connection with the cats in her cafe, however briefly they stay.

personal aspect to it as well.” Kitty Brew Cafe has facilitated more than 1,150 adop-

“It was so hard to say goodbye in the beginning,”

tions to date. The number of adoptions in 2018 almost

Jenni says. “But now, while I still remember all

doubled the number in 2017. Their goal is to get as

the cats’ names and personalities, when they get

many cats adopted as possible without sacrificing any-

adopted, I have tears of joy.”

thing from the customer’s experience. Tellen Hedding,

The success of Kitty Brew Cafe stems from its vision:

a 9-year-old Mason resident, recently adopted her kit-

to help save lives and alleviate space issues at local

ten, Quinn, from Kitty Brew Cafe, and the family could

rescues. Customers can visit the cafe to order food and

not be more excited to bring her home.

drinks. They then have the option to visit a separate

“We chose to adopt through Kitty Brew Cafe

space called the “Cat Lounge” that houses adoptable

because we wanted Tellen to choose a cat in

cats for a $10 charge; of course, you can visit without

need without a feeling of guilt for leaving others in

the intention to adopt. Proceeds go toward maintaining

cages,” says Lelle Hedding, Tellen’s mother. “We’ve

the facilities, and there is a lot to keep up with: feeding,

had a wonderful experience and would recommend

cleaning and replacing torn-up furniture.

it to anyone.”

There are often medical expenses too. Whenever a cat has an issue, the rescue partner shelter takes that cat back to treat them. In addition to ensuring the high

Kitty Brew Cafe, 6011 Tylersville Road, Mason

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“IT’S OUR GOAL TO GET AS MANY CATS ADOPTED AS POSSIBLE, WITHOUT SACRIFICING ANYTHING FROM THE CUSTOMER’S EXPERIENCE.”

PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR A CAT + If you rent or lease your home, make sure your landlord is aware of your intentions to own a cat and has given you the approval to do so.

+ All other pets currently living in the home should be vaccinated and fixed. + The type of people in the home may influence the type of cat you should

get; for

example, a cat that is more on the shy side should be considered for families with small children and a confident, outgoing cat for families with many children or a dog.

+ Cats do not need walks—they get their exercise in your home, so make sure you have

furniture which they are allowed to climb on, like cat condos or towers.

+ The first ingredient in your cat’s food should be a meat ingredient. + Adopt from a shelter instead of a store; almost 5 million cats and dogs are euthanized

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TRAVEL DESTINATION

More Than a Break

LAKOTA YOUTH SHARE THEIR SUMMER ADVENTURES ARTICLE TERA MICHELSON | PHOTOGRAPHY LEN KALTMAN— WEST CHESTER CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY, MICHELLE MOODY AND TERA MICHELSON

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FOR SOME LOCAL STUDENTS, SUMMER WAS ALL ABOUT ADVENTURE AND MAKING AN IMPACT. Here’s proof that summer can be more than a break. Bailey Lindeman made a splash this summer, dancing across a cruise ship stage. In June, she boarded a five-day cruise to the Western Caribbean with a 39-member dance team from West Chester Academy. One unforgettable evening, they were the

“WHEN WE COMPETED, WE HAD PRESSURE TO WIN, BUT WE WERE ABLE TO DANCE JUST FOR US AND ENJOY IT,” BAILEY SHARES.

entertainment, filling the floating stage with an upbeat routine featuring dances from across the decades. The dance team also took a master class from a professional dancer while aboard. “This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Bailey says. “To be able to be on a cruise with all of my friends and dance was so much fun.” The cruise performance was the grand finale to 11 years of Bailey’s dancing with West Chester Academy. She graduated from Lakota West High School in May and will be starting classes toward a Chemistry major at The Ohio State University this fall.  “I’m going to miss it a lot next year,” she adds. “It was my last time dancing with my team. It was the perfect wrap-up for me.”

Swimming with dolphins was Bailey’s favorite excursion. Rehearsal was a challenge on a stage that rocked back and forth in the ocean waves. Bailey showed off her zombie moves to the classic 80s song, “Thriller.” The dancers were rewarded with wild applause from a packed theater. The no-pressure, all-fun performance. 22

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Some put away scholarly projects for the summer, but not Owen Bailey, Lucas Moody, Mason Ruggiero and Matthew Szczepaniak. The four students from Plains Junior School geared up to compete at the

competing in the capital

2019 National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference in Washington D.C. The team started working together last December, building and programming a robot to perform specified tasks. They were among 77 students representing Lakota at the national-level competition. TSA hosts national competitions in 70 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math categories each summer. Working together as a team was a large part of the learning experience. “We had to put our disagreements aside and not let them carry over into the competition,” says Mason.  “Everyone has opinions. We have to respect that—you can’t always think you are right,” adds Lucas.  “In the end, we realized we all had the same goal: to make our hometown proud,” says Mason. “We ended up getting 20th place in the nation. We were excited and did the best that we could,” he says.

The students learned the importance of time management as they worked through the summer. Compromise—to succeed, they used the best ideas from each team member. Independence was key during the five days in D.C., away from their families. Programming is fun! The team enjoyed the fast pace and trial-and-error process. Critical-thinking skills—the team needs everyone’s brain power to function at its best. CONTINUED >

Matthew Szczepaniak, Lucas Moody, Owen Bailey, Mason Ruggiero

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d n a h a g n i lend in appalachia When Eden Michelson signed up for a service trip, she was expecting to help others. After a week of hard work in the hot sun, she discovered that the biggest impact was on herself. Eden, a rising senior at Lakota East, joined 25 other teens and adults from Lord of Life Lutheran Church, West Chester, on an Appalachia Service Project (ASP) in Hazard, Kentucky. The mission of ASP is to repair and replace homes for impoverished people of rural Central Appalachia. For her, the trip was just as much about building relationships as it was about the building sites.  “I love meeting new people and growing closer to old friends,” Eden says. “It wasn’t all work—there was also down time when we got to hang out, play games, exchange stories and have fun.” “Yeah, we were helping others, but this kind of trip helps me, too,” she adds. “Seeing how little others have humbles me and makes me think. I remember how much I have and how blessed I am.”

Using an electric saw and installing drywall are new skills on Eden’s résumé. Eden learned to beat the heat with a cool attitude—and lots of water. “We is greater than me” became the week’s motto—a reminder to think of others first. Going unplugged in the mountains—a wi-fi dead zone— meant more meaningful personal connections. More stuff doesn’t equal more happiness. “Helping others is what makes me happy,” Eden shares.

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TWO ARTISTS WITH LOCAL TIES DEPICT OUR BELOVED COMPANIONS ARTICLE ALEXANDRA FROST PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

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“WHAT I LOVE MOST IS HOW PERSONAL THE SUBJECT MATTER IS...I UNDERSTAND THE CLOSENESS OF THE BOND THAT FORMS BETWEEN A PET AND ITS HUMAN” MICHELLE STAUB DOESN’T JUST EMBROIDER PET PICTURES; SHE MAKES MEMORIES FOR PET PARENTS AROUND THE WORLD. A selftaught artist who originally embroidered video game characters, Michelle found she loved showcasing animal subjects when she created a piece featuring her own cat, Purrl. “What I love most is how personal the subject matter is...I understand the closeness of the bond that forms between a pet and its human,” Michelle says.  She appreciates the texture of thread, its similarity to pet fur.  “It’s not a flat piece of art, it has texture and depth,” she adds.  The process involves creating a mock-up and pattern from a photo and finding quirks to capture. Each piece takes 15-40 hours to create. Michelle has created more than 600 pieces in the last five years. StitchingSabbatical.com CONTINUED >

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

(CON TI N U ED)

“I ENJOY MAKING PHOTO ART BECAUSE IT MAKES PEOPLE HAPPY” Jen Reid is not your typical watercolor painter. Instead of a paintbrush, she uses an app to create watercolor prints of animals for pet owners. The retired Lakota teacher has been working with photo apps since being inspired at a workshop in 2009. “I enjoy making photo art because it makes people happy,” Jen explains.  Jen started using animals as her subjects when a friend requested a pet portrait featuring her dog which had passed away.  “When they see it digitally altered, they melt,” she says.  Jen loves working with animals because clients consider them family members and it brings comfort. She edits and digitally alters photos provided by clients, prints and mats the image, and is finished in about a week.  She compares her process to baking.  “Baking isn’t hard...the oven does the magic,” she says. “My skill is getting the settings right. While the transformation is like baking, there’s skill in getting the right ingredients into the pan.” 

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INSPIRED BY

PLANTING HOPE ARTICLE LAURA LEAVITT PHOTOGRAPHY LEN KALTMAN— WEST CHESTER CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY

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HOPE SQUADS SPREAD POSITIVITY AND MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS


ONE’S TEENAGE YEARS CAN BE THRILLING, BUT THE PRESSURE TO ACHIEVE CAN MAKE

SQUAD REFLECTIONS

THOSE YEARS STRESSFUL. In response to rising mental health needs, Lakota Local Schools has adopted a proactive strategy, one that works to plant seeds of hope for students experiencing loneliness, depression or desperation. Based on a program originally implemented in Utah, Hope Squads are groups of students at both Lakota high schools. Selected by their peers based on how comfortable peers would be bringing up a concern with them, the squads and their advisors

“IF YOU CAN CONNECT WITH PEOPLE, THEY CAN LEARN TO TRUST YOU AS A FRIEND.” Chris Dunn, rising Junior, Lakota West

work with a detailed curriculum for training. The training includes Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR), a strategy that empowers students to calmly check in on their peers and connect them to a mental health counselor when they are in crisis. “The QPR definitely helped me. It gave me a new perspective of how to talk to people and how to be a good listener,” says Chris Dunn, a member of Lakota West’s Hope Squad.  Informally, students also work to establish trust and friendships. They host Hope Week events with activities and positive messaging. West’s Squad created bracelets with affirming messages, and East’s Squad gave out sunflowers in January to spread some sunshine.

“IT WAS HELPFUL TO HAVE OTHER HOPE SQUAD MEMBERS THAT UNDERSTOOD AND WERE THERE TO SUPPORT YOU.” Ellie Leisten, rising Senior, Lakota East

“I loved seeing everyone’s faces when we gave out the sunflowers,” says Ellie Leisten, a rising senior at Lakota East. “We want to make Hope Week even bigger and better understood next year.” Mental health is gaining importance in the minds of teens, according to the results of this first year. “We are part of the national research for Hope Squad, which shows 40% of referrals have been either self-referred or by a Hope Squad member,” says Lori Brown, Director of Student Services for Lakota Local Schools. “This means they were comfortable enough to come forward. Part of the mission is to eliminate stigma about mental health concerns.” In the future, a version of Hope Squad will be implemented in the junior schools in Lakota as well, and long-term, the Squad members want to see their strategies spread. Chris says, “I would like, in the future, to see all students doing what Hope Squad does: spreading kindness and showing people that they are loved.”

“I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT THEY AREN’T ALONE. THEY DON’T HAVE TO RUN FROM WHAT THEY’RE GOING THROUGH.” Eliana Bishop, rising Junior, Lakota West

“WHEN THE HELP IS PEER-TO-PEER, PEOPLE OPEN UP ABOUT HOW THEY ARE STRUGGLING.” Gavin Mullen, rising Junior, Lakota East

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ANIMAL KINGDOM

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TREAT YOUR PET MAN’S BEST FRIEND DESERVES MAN’S BEST FOOD. Dogs will go nuts for these quick and easy peanut butter and oat treats. With just a few ingredients and a little bit of time, you’ll be well on your way to getting your dog to do anything you ask. And, if you get hungry, you can even sneak one for yourself—just don’t let your pup see!

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IMPORTANT Be sure the peanut butter you use does not contain xylitol—the artificial sweetener can be fatal to dogs.

Peanut Butter + Oats INGREDIENTS + 1 cup old-fashioned oats + 1/2 cup flour + 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter + 1 egg

INSTRUCTIONS 1. Preheat your oven to 300 F. 2. In a large mixing bowl, mix together oats, flour, peanut butter and egg until combined. 3. Roll your dough out on a flat surface to about 1/2-inch thickness. 4. Cut out your dog’s favorite shapes with cookie cutters. 5. Place your treats onto a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes. Makes about 36 1-inch diameter treats. CONTINUED >

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ANIMAL KINGDOM

(CON TI N U ED)

BARK IT UP

If your dog doesn’t settle for plain, kick these treats up a notch by incorporating some of these dog-safe fruits and vegetables: + BANANAS—In moderation, bananas are great treats for dogs. Just beware of the sugar content—they shouldn’t be part of your dog’s regular diet. + BLUEBERRIES—Blueberries are a superfood full of antioxidants and fiber. Try these as a substitute to training treats. + CARROTS—Carrots are a great low-calorie snack high in beta-carotene and fiber. Chomping on them is also great for your dog’s chompers. + GREEN BEANS—Full of fiber and low in calories, plain green beans are great prepared any way! + WATERMELON—Filled with vitamins and potassium, this summer treat is sure to be your pup’s new favorite. For those dog days of summer, watermelon is a great way to keep your dog hydrated! Just be sure to remove the rind and seeds. Learn more about safe food for your four-legged friends at AKC.org.

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AUGUST

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

3, 4

7, 14, 21, 28

West Chester Township. Families

USA TRIATHLON YOUTH & JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

LIBERTY CENTER SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

bicycle safety at the new UC Health

USA Triathlon is headed back to West

Enjoy the local shopping and the

Chester for the eighth consecutive

grassy lawn at Liberty Center while

year! The 2019 Youth & Junior National

listening to a groovy summer concert

Championships will take place on

from 6-9 p.m. August 7: Moonbeau;

August 3-4 at Voice of America Park.

August 14: Sylmar; August 21: The

Youth athletes of all experience levels

Good Hooks; August 28: Naked

are invited to participate in this fun

Karate Girls. Liberty-Center.com/

Voice of America Park

Liberty Center

TeamUSA.org/USA-Triathlon/Events/ National-Championships/

4 is

invited

to

Dudley Woods Park

Woods Park anytime from 10-11:30

nered to offer Creative Arts in Liberty Parks on August 15. Stop by Dudley

The Square @ Union Centre

a.m. to try your hand at the day's craft

The Takeover series at the Square @

project. Liberty-Township.com

makes these events quite the party, and food and craft beer are available for purchase. August 8: Blessid Union of Souls; August 15: 2nd Wind;

House on August 4 from 1-4 p.m.

August 22: Bad Habit; August 29: 3

Youngsters can try the many classes

Piece Revival. WestChesterOH.org

music,

dance, gymnastics, aerial silks, acting, taekwondo and Music Pups®! There will also be door prizes, free food, live music, games and a bounce house. WestChesterAcademy.com

p.m. in Keehner Park to learn more

nearly 40 food trucks, live entertainment and end-of-day fireworks at the Union

sample the flavors and enjoy the local

Park this summer at the Hump Day

musical talent. UCBMA.com/2019FTR

1974.

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Troop1974WestChester/

Catch the last two concerts in VOA

20 POWER OF THE PURSE SUMMER EVENT

Liberty Center, Sabin Hall

Power of the Purse will host their

Concert Series. Boat rentals are

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summer event on August 20 at

BICYCLE SAFETY RALLY

tickets for $5 or 5 for $20. This wom-

Liberty Center from 6-8 p.m. Dinner and drinks costs $25, with purse raffle

VOA Park, UC Health Fieldhouse

en’s giving circle provides grants to

The Bicycle Safety Rally is a free

non-profit organizations in our area

event presented by UC Health

that serve women and girls directly.

Public Safety and MetroParks of 

Facebook.com/WCPowerofPurse

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about scouting with Scout BSA

Savor this special summer day in West

Square. From 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.,

YourMetroParks.net

to a picnic and campfire from 5:30-9

Troop

Voice of America Park

Barefoot Movement on August 14.

August 17, girls ages 11-18 are invited

The Square @ Union Centre

HUMP DAY CONCERT SERIES

Ryan Broshear on August 7 and The

Excited about the idea of starting

UNION CENTRE FOOD TRUCK RALLY

Centre Food Truck Rally, located on the

from 7-9 p.m. The line-up includes

Keehner Park

possible scouting girl at home? On

7, 14

cert series happens on Wednesdays

GIRLS SCOUTING RECRUITMENT CAMPFIRE AND PICNIC

9

Chester. You won't want to miss the

available on the water, and the con-

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scouting this school year? Have a

offered at West Chester Academy.

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CREATIVE ARTS IN LIBERTY'S PARKS

THE TAKEOVER ON THE SQUARE

Chester Academy’s annual Open

include

15

and Liberty Township have part-

West

Sample classes

at 10 a.m.  WestChesterOH.org

8, 15, 22, 29

mer concert. The high-energy music

West Chester Academy

public

Fieldhouse in VOA Park on August 10

Union Centre is a free outdoor sum-

WEST CHESTER ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE The

and learn about the importance of

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts

and iconic event, with almost 1000 athletes participating in past events.

are invited to ride their own bikes

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LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

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Library. This free event is the last of a four-

try

part series entitled “The Voice of Truth in

August 31. The marathon starts at

BUILDING BLOCKS FOR KIDS BUBBLE BLAST 5K

America: Celebrating 75 Years of the VOA

6 p.m. and the half marathon and

Bethany Station.” VOAMuseum.org

10K options start at 7 p.m., both at

Come run, walk and play in the bubbles on August 24 at 10 a.m. for the 2019 Building Blocks for Kids (BB4K) Bubble Blast 5K at Corwin Nixon Park in Mason.  BB4K provides grants to meet the needs

EMERY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ANNUAL GOLF SCRAMBLE

HamiltonNightGlow.com

path is well-lit and is a Boston

Heritage Club

It's time to tee up! At 1 p.m. on August 26, Emery Federal Credit Union will host

to miss. BB4K.org/BubbleBlast

their annual golf outing at the Heritage Club. The cost will be $150 per golfer

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and will benefit Shriner’s Hospital for

CONCERT WITH LYNNE SCOTT AND THE PHIL DEGREG TRIO

Marathon 2020 qualifying course.

SEP 1 OHIO VALLEY GTO ASSOCIATION CAR SHOW Fiehrer Buick GMC Motors

Children in Cincinnati. EmeryFCU.org/

The Ohio Valley GTO Association is

Emery-Charity-Golf-Scramble/

sponsoring a Car Show (open to all cars) on September 1 from 9 a.m. to

MidPointe Library, West Chester

Come listen to classics from the Great by

Cincinnati vocalist Lynne Scott and the Phil DeGreg Trio on August 25 at 2 p.m. in the Community Room at MidPointe

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3 p.m. at Fiehrer Buick GMC Motors,

HAMILTON NIGHTGLOW MARATHON, HALF MARATHON, 10K

noon and is $15 per vehicle. There will

located at 6720 Gilmore Road in

Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton

Hamilton. Registration from 9 a.m. to be music and food and an awards ceremony at 3 p.m. OVGTO.com

If early morning races aren’t for you,

www.fiehrermotors.com

Across from Menards near Bridgewater Falls

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on

for Creative Arts. The flat and fast

a great family event that you won’t want

performed

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of kids who have special challenges. It is

Songbook

Hamilton

a starting line by the Fitton Center

Corwin Nixon Park

American

the

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PARTING THOUGHTS

THE WE

PETS LOVE

LOCALS SPEAK ABOUT THE SPECIAL BOND HUMANS AND ANIMALS SHARE

“Over the last 35 years, working both as an assistant and then as a veterinarian, I have collected many wonderful memories regarding families and their pets. I do have the best job in the world, to witness daily the special and unique bond between humans and their pets... A pet’s unconditional love and interaction truly awaken one’s soul in a way that provides a happier and healthier life.” —DR. JENNIFER DEHNBOSTEL,

ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF WEST CHESTER “I waited so long to get a dog and when I finally got Oscar, he quickly became the best friend I always dreamed about.”

—CAYLEE ROSENBECK, LAKOTA 7TH GRADER “My English Bulldog, Mia, was born a week before my 20th birthday. She followed me to college, law school, and now she is the resident “Attorney-at-Paw” at Lyons & Lyons Law. She’s a workaholic and loves coming into the office, and I love watching clients instantly relax and smile when they see her!”

—KARA LYONS, LYONS & LYONS LAW “I believe in having an even number of pets so that each animal has a buddy to keep them company. Over the years, we have rescued many animals; we even found some on the roadside to nowhere!”

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—JEAN MABRY, RISKSOURCE CLARK-THEDERS “Our dog Daisy inspired us to become foster parents to other dogs in need! We had been considering it for a while, but we were scared. Scared we would fail. Scared we wouldn’t know how. Scared of all kinds of things. Watching Daisy overcome her fear and anxiety after we adopted her moved us to get over our own fears and we became foster parents.”

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