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RECORDER & NEWS RECORDER & NEWS

THURSDAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 27, 201219, 2013

Searching for Big Brothers/Big Sisters Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati is urgently in need of volunteers. The agency pairs adult mentorsBig Brothers and Big Sisters-with young people in the tristate who can benefit from a positive role model. 400 children are on the waiting list right now, with only a handful of volunteers being screened and matched. The need is critical, and the success is proven. 99% of children in the program are in school and are not involved with the juvenile justice system. Mentoring also changes lives. Just ask 23-year old Stacie Tanksley, who was paired with a “Big Sister” at age eight. Tanksley says, “Both my parents and brother are mentally challenged. Though I’m not, I struggled. I was the child with no money, no friends and dirty clothes. Elementary school was horrible for me, except for the one day a week when I knew my Big Sister Marsha would pick me

son who helped with homework, took her to the library, the mall and, her favorite, the airport. The two lived in Lawrenceburg and, “For the first time,” Tanksley remembers, “I realized the world was bigger than I ever imagined, and that I could find my way in it. Marsha changed my life forever.” Marsha, who told Stacie, “Take it one step at a time and know I’m always in your corner,” saw her “Little Sister” graduate from college and will be the matron of honor at Stacie’s upcoming wedding. She encourages more people in the community to become Big Brothers and Big Sisters, saying, “It’s important that every child have an adult in their life who believes a difference. Make no mistake – you CAN make a difference in a child’s life. I guarantee the experience will make a difference in your life as well.” Big Brothers Big Sisters needs volunteers throughout its 11 county service area in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. Kathy List, President and CEO of the agency, hopes the community will rally around the need for mentors, saying, “Please take a moment to recall someone in your life who helped you, not because they had to, but because they wanted to.   Consider being a role model for a local child in honor

up after school.” Marsha Ford, Tanksley says, was the one person she could count on. She was the per-

in them, who is consistent in support, provides some structure and a safe place. You don’t have to spend money to make

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

The Annual Meeting of the Corporation of Community Mental Health Center, Inc. will be held beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, October 17, at Dearborn County Country Club, Aurora, Indiana. The primary purpose of the meeting is election of the Board of Directors of CMHC, Inc. The meeting is open to the public. Anyone wishing to attend is asked to contact Kelly C. Stewart at (812) 532-3401 no later than Friday, October 4, 2013, to make reservations.

of the person who helped you succeed in school and in life.” Volunteer applications are on the agency website, www. bigsforkids.org . For more information for Indiana and Harrison program, call 812637-1235.    

Free course to help single parents The Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor's Office is offering a free financial education training course to help single parents develop the appropriate skills and tools to combat the financial struggles that they face every day. Prosecutor Aaron Negangard states; “My office is in charge of collecting court ordered child support. Our office sees first hand on a regular basis how single parents struggle to provide for their families. We see how the children suffer as a result.” Negangard further states, “The purpose of this training is to help single parents learn the necessary skills and tools to manage their money more effectively.” The training will be Oct. 30, 2013 at Ivy Tech Community College downtown Lawrenceburg from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The course will be taught by Carl Andry, a personal finance counselor, who has been helping people for over 10 years. Those attending will

Perhaps you sent flowers or a lovely card, or food for us to eat. You may have spoken a few kind words or came in and took a seat. Maybe you could not make it there, but sent loving thoughts our way. For however you may have consoled our hearts we thank you more than words can say. From the family of Scott A. Miller

Loretta, April, Steve, Aaron, Jackie, Cullen, Seante, Linda, James, Annette, Edward, Diane

learn cash flow planning, how to get and stay out of debt and how to avoid the most common money management mistakes. Most importantly, you'll learn how to develop a system - a “Dream Machine”- to help get what you really want in life. Each person attending will also receive a free copy of New York Times Best Seller, “The Total Money Makeover” by renowned financial author, Dave Ramsey. Anyone interested in attending the financial educational training course is encouraged and welcome to attend. Please reserve your spot by contacting the Dearborn -Ohio County Prosecutor's Office at 812-5378857.

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