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Golden Donkey Dinner April 26 at Holiday Inn

The Clermont County Democratic Party will be hosting its annual Golden Donkey Dinner on Saturday, April 26 at the Holiday Inn in Eastgate. Please join us to meet many of our exciting state wide Democratic candidates as well as our impressive group of candidates for the 2nd Congressional District. Congressional candidates will speak and answer [ Read More ]

Chatfield quilt show coming April 26

Chatfield College will host its annual Quilt, Craft & Car Show from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at the St. Martin campus in St. Martin, Ohio. Along with the quilt, craft and car portion of the show, this event provides fun for the whole family. A big hit at past events, a [ Read More ]

St. Veronica School fourth graders took new float to Opening Day parade

On March 31, St. Veronica’s fourth grade class participated in the Red’s Opening Day Parade supporting their new float, which is a “parent constructed” replica of Cincinnati’s forthcoming attraction, “The Cincinnati Streetcar.” The children were dressed to represent some of Cincinnati’s best! Some honored famous Cincinnatians, such as William Howard Taft, Dr. Sabin, and Amanda [ Read More ]

Clermont County League of Women Voters to discuss land use April 22

Land Use in Clermont County – we all have an interest in how Ohio regulates land usage. If you live in Clermont County, you may be especially interested. Because we are conservators for the future, development must be done with consideration of future effects on the land we bequeath to our offspring. Not only do [ Read More ]

Thornberry receives award

An award for 60 continuous years of membership in the american Legion was presented to Govel Thornberry of Batavia Post #237. The presentation was made by Al Walsh, first Vice Commander of District #4 of the State of Ohio. From left are Al Walsh, Govel Thornberry, and American Legion Post #237 Commander Gary Lyte.

Bill and Marilyn Nies to celebrate 50 years of marriage

Bill and Marilyn Nies will soon be celebrating their golden anniversary. The young lovers married on April 11, 1964 in Greensburg, Indiana at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. They live on a small farm outside of Owensville and enjoy gardening, tinkering in the garage, and playing on their iPads. They often travel to Arizona to visit [ Read More ]

Promont Museum to host special Mother’s Day tea

Reservations are now being taken for a Mother’s Day Tea at Promont on Saturday, May 10 beginning at 12:30PM. In addition to a wonderful tea featuring traditional tea treats, you will have an opportunity to tour the beautiful Promont. Cost for tea and tour is just $25 payable in advance. Call Promont at (513) 248-0324 to [ Read More ]

Quilt show deadline changed

Chatfield College has announced that the deadline to submit quilts for display or to reserve a craft booth in the 2014 Chatfield College Quilt and Craft Show has been extended to Friday, April 11. This year’s show will be held from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, April 26 at the St. Martin campus in [ Read More ]

Fundraiser for Voshell to be held April 13

A fundraising event for Trace Voshell, who is currently battling cancer, will be held from 4 – 8 p.m. Sunday, April 13 at the Owensville United Methodist Church. The event will include a spaghetti dinner, raffle, and silent auction. Voshell is the son of Paul and Rhonda Voshell, brother to Hunter Voshell, and fiance to [ Read More ]

Local quilter exhibiting in competition

A Batavia area quilter has been selected as a semi-finalist for the 2014 AQS QuiltWeek April 23-26 at the Paducah Expo Center in Paducah, Ky. Robbie Porter has been chosen to display the quilt, Katie and the Coneflower, along with 405 others in the annual contest, now in its 30th year. Three quilting authorities will [ Read More ]


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