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New member joins Batavia Rotary

Paul Knickerbocker is the newest member of the Batavia Rotary Club. Knickerbocker is a major with the Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and is based at the Batavia Community Center. Knickerbocker is not new to Rotary or its mission of “service above self.” He has been a Rotarian for approximately 15 years. [ Read More ]

Ohio Vintage Weddings opening

Engaged couples are looking for affordable and more enjoyable weddings. We take away the stressful decisions, planning, and work allowing couples to enjoy being with their loved ones on their special day. We believe that less is more, and that smaller more intimate weddings are the key to truly memorable occasions. Tracey and her daughter-in-law [ Read More ]

Mrs. Ohio America pageant seeking contestant to represent Batavia

The Mrs. Ohio America Pageant is now accepting applications from married women to represent Batavia as a State Finalist in the 2016 pageant being held this spring at the beautiful McCoy Center for the Arts. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, a resident of Ohio and U.S. citizen, and married at the time [ Read More ]

Ulysses S. Grant Celebration 2016

One of the special features of the 2016 Grant Days Celebration will be an appearance by “Lincoln’s Generals”, a group of re-enactors who travel the country portraying prominent Union generals of the Civil War. They perform “Living History” as the generals in uniform. They will camp on the event grounds and be available to answer [ Read More ]

Upcoming mental health seminar

Families Connected of Clermont County in partnership with the Resilience Project will present “Trauma-Informed Approaches for Building a Better Life” on April 30. This seminar is free to all who attend. This seminar is specially designed for families and caregivers interested in learning more about how traumatic experiences affect people and how to assist someone [ Read More ]

Serpent Mound seeking volunteers

Serpent Mound Park in Peebles, Ohio will be holding a Volunteer Training Day on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the Serpent Mound Shelter house beginning at 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Do you have a passion for History, Native American Culture, and/or Nature? Do you enjoy a diverse environment, rich in interactive opportunities and hands-on [ Read More ]

Boy asks for books for birthday to donate them to Adopt A Book

Not many children would give up the opportunity to receive birthday gifts, but New Richmond resident Griffin Henderson did just that. Henderson is the son of Lea and Mike Henderson. He is a first grader at Monroe Elementary School in New Richmond. Henderson recently asked his family and friends to bring new books to his [ Read More ]

25th ‘Grassy Run Heritage Rendezvous’ will be on April 29

Celebrating twenty five years of historical education, the “Grassy Run” organization will kick off this annual event on Friday April 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. with its very successful school day program. Children from all over the Greater Cincinnati area will converge on Williamsburg, Ohio, Clermont County for this one of a kind [ Read More ]

Car, Quilt & Craft show to feature book sale, carriage rides

Chatfield College in St. Martin, OH will once again feature free horse and carriage rides at the 2016 Car, Quilt & Craft Show on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Chatfield College. The free carriage rides are courtesy of First State Bank and will be provided by Wendy’s Carriage, Goshen Ohio. [ Read More ]

Celebrate Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day with Cincinnati Nature Center. Bring your friends—Friday April 22, Saturday April 23 and Sunday, April 24 will be free admission for all. Come and explore the trails and experience trailside stations as you hike. These stations are a great opportunity to discover and learn about interesting nature topics that are happening in [ Read More ]

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