Archive for December, 2016

Dance to be held to benefit man battling cancer

WHAT: Dance and Cancer Fundraising Event. WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016 from 8 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. WHERE: American Legion Post 450 located at 450 Victor Stier Drive, Milford, OH 45150. RESERVATIONS: Dana Stewart at 513-580-0267. This event is a dance and a fundraiser organized by Dana Stewart to help with medical expenses for her [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
Books for people that love television

The weather outside is frightful. That’s alright. You’d rather stay inside anyhow, especially in the evening. That’s prime relaxation-time, and winter is a great season for catching up on all you’ve DVR’ed for the past few weeks… but where do you start? How about with two books: “Television: A Biography” by David Thomson and “TV [ Read More ]

Public invited to sing with the Forest-Aires

Fifty-three years of outstanding vocal performances at Christmas and at the spring ENCORE! show have made The Forest-Aires a popular entertainment group around Cincinnati. Membership enrollment is open in September and January. Welcome Coffee: Women interested in joining The Forest-Aires Women’s Chorus are invited to a Welcome Coffee and refreshments for new members January 4, [ Read More ]

Creature Feature
DR. DAN MEAKIN
Age related changes in your dog

Many changes occur as the dog’s body ages. Most of these are similar to those experienced by geriatric people – arthritis, loss of vision, hearing loss, senility, etc. These changes happen gradually and you may not even notice them until, perhaps, you look at a picture taken of your pet a year ago and realize [ Read More ]

Public Notices for December 29, 2016

Library to host writing contest for children

Once upon a time Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote nine books that would become known as the Little House books and would be used to create the TV show called Little House on the Prairie. To celebrate Wilder’s 150th birthday Feb. 7, the Clermont County Public Library is hosting the “Once upon a time … “ [ Read More ]

BRAD WENSTRUP
Remembering our heroes this holiday

As the holidays approach, many of us look forward to the same things. We will gather with friends and family to share gifts. We will hug loved ones who we aren’t able to see very often, and fondly remember those who have passed on. We will bundle up in coats and scarves and walk around [ Read More ]

Batavia resident promoted to VP at Council on Aging

Danielle Amrine, of Batavia, has been promoted to Vice President of Program Operations at Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio. She will oversee Medicaid-funded programs that help thousands of people in our region remain independent in their homes. Amrine has served in a variety of roles since joining Council on Aging in 2007, including PASSPORT [ Read More ]

Physical Therapist Assistant Program receives accreditation

UC Clermont College’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program has received a 10-year nod for full programmatic accreditation. The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education announced that the UC Clermont College PTA Program fulfilled sufficient requirements to achieve this status and is reaffirmed for accreditation, with a series of progress notes due next year. The Physical [ Read More ]

MARC HOOVER
Are you ready for 2017?

So where did 2016 go? Did you stick to your 2016 resolutions? So what’s in store for 2017? We have a new president assuming the reigns. For many of us, this won’t affect our daily lives. If your life resembles mine, you will pay more in taxes and your property taxes and health insurance costs [ Read More ]


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