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Williamsburg Garden Club to meet

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday evening, June 4 at the First Presbyterian Church, Second and Gay Streets. Hostesses for the evening are Pat Dowler, Terry Jones and Kathy Pollitt. Members are to answer Roll Call by naming their favorite type of rose. The plans for the 2013 Home and Garden [ Read More ]

Local students visit Challenger Learning Center for a simulated space mission

Students enrolled in the Clermont County Gifted STEM Program had the opportunity to experience a day in the life of an astronomer recently, through first-hand experience with a simulated space mission at the Challenger Learning Center of Indianapolis. The students were faced with the simulated task of returning to the moon in the year 2020 [ Read More ]

Greater Cincinnati Women’s Outpost is moving to a temporary home

On Thursday morning’s, women have shared their hearts and lives at the Miami Valley Christian Academy. Due to renovation of the Academy, Faith Christian Fellowship Church is welcoming us to continue our fellowship for women of all ages and encouraging each other spiritually. Young and old, agile and slow, rich and poor this year can [ Read More ]

Cub Scouts tour WOBO radio studio

WOBO broadcasters Margaret Mary and Mr. C (Paul Carlson), left, welcome Cub Scout Pack # 280 Den #5 to the studios in Batavia OH for a tour.

Memorial Day event to be held in Union Township

One of the most poignant of all local Memorial Day ceremonies will again take place at Veterans Memorial Park, Glen Este-Withamsville Road and Clough Pike, Union Township. The Vietnam Veterans of America, Clermont County Chapter 649, began this service in 1993 for the fallen heroes of the Vietnam War. Now, 21 years later, the area [ Read More ]

Kelly Miller Circus is coming to Bethel Monday, May 20

The Kelly Miller Circus, founded during the Depression, is marking another milestone this year as it celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary. Founded in 1938 by Obert Miller and his sons Kelly and Dores, this traditional tented circus has seen the passing of over 3/4 of a century and still offers the same great family entertainment it [ Read More ]

Clermont butterfly count will be held Saturday, June 8

Get outdoors and join in the only Butterfly Count in Clermont County! Styled after Christmas Bird Counts, all butterflies in a 15 mile circle centered around East Fork State Park are counted. With so much territory, we need you! Meet at the Corps Visitor Center located on Slade Road at 9 am on Saturday, June [ Read More ]

Dog salon opens in New Richmond

By Jordan Puckett Sun staff The Soggy Dawg Pet Salon had its grand opening May 1 in New Richmond. Owner Ollie Darnell previously owned Paws Pet Grooming in Amelia. The store was open for 13 years before Darnell closed to move to New Richmond. She lived in New Richmond for more than five years before [ Read More ]

Attorneys receive Volunteer Lawyer of the Year Award

Clermont County attorneys Richard Uhle and D’Anne Durkee Uhle received the Volunteer Lawyer of the Year award at the Cincinnati Bar Association Annual Meeting on April 24. This prestigious annual award from the Volunteer Lawyers for the Poor Foundation honors outstanding work done on behalf of low-income clients and recognizes a commitment to the Volunteer [ Read More ]

Stepping Stones is searching for ‘family’ to return May 18

Stepping Stones is celebrating its 50th birthday with a party on May 18, and it could be tough finding someone who is not invited. The United Way agency was Greater Cincinnati’s first summer day camp for children with disabilities and has grown to a $3.5 million agency serving children and adults with disabilities, providing recreational [ Read More ]

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