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Milford holds clean up day

Families, church groups, civic organizations, businesses and school groups are all encouraged to roll up their sleeves for three hours to help beautify and clean up Milford. The City of Milford will be hosting the Citywide Fall Litter Clean Up beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, rain or shine. Emphasis will be placed [ Read More ]

Sponsor a child through the Community Toy Chest for holidays

Last year, the Community Toy Chest made a difference in the lives of 350 children in foster care in Clermont County during the holidays. This year, Clermont County Protective Services (CPS) hopes that generous sponsors will come forward again to make the holidays a little brighter for these kids, who have been removed from their [ Read More ]

Clermont County residents bring creative enchantment to tea shop

The enchanted world of Fairy Tale Fest offers a day of creativity, learning and fun as participants from fifth grade through high school learn the secrets of writing and illustrating their own fairy tale. The Fest begins at 2 p.m. at the Bound & Looseleaf Tea shop on Front Street in New Richmond, Ohio on [ Read More ]

Milford to have shred day

Before you toss old bank records, tax statements, and all those credit card offers you receive into the recycling bin, take a moment and put the sensitive documents in a bag or box and circle Oct. 24 on your calendar. The City of Milford and Cintas Document Management will be sponsoring a free community shred [ Read More ]

Veteran’s Day parade November 11th

Line up at 6:00 PM program begins at 6:45 PM and parade steps off at 7:00 PM Point of contact is Nancy Young for sign up/questions up to day of parade (513) 732-7363 and Steve Foster (513) 827-2514 and Don Chandler (513) 374-4223 day of parade The annual Veterans Day Parade will be held in [ Read More ]

Salvation Army announces Toy Shop dates

The Salvation Army announced today the upcoming schedule for families to register their children for the annual Toy Shop program. For almost 60 years, The Toy Shop program has ensured that local children receive toys for Christmas. The program is targeted toward low-income families in the local community, serving children ages 13 and under. The [ Read More ]

Take a ride on the Williamsburg Disoriented Express at your local library

If you like a good mystery, mark your calendar for the Mystery on the Disoriented Express: A Library Mystery Party. It all takes place at the Williamsburg Library where clues will be hidden throughout the branch, the suspects will be available for interview and patrons will actively participate in solving the crime. Each library patron [ Read More ]

Ohio EPA accepting proposals for several types of recycling grants

Ohio EPA is accepting applications for several types of recycling grants and will host an informational meeting on Thursday, Oct. 29, to explain them and discuss who is eligible for the 2016 grant application process. The Oct. 29 grant informational meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 2045 [ Read More ]

Circle K launches campaign to benefit babies through Nov. 1

For the past 20 years, Circle K convenience stores have partnered with the March of Dimes for its annual Pick-a-Pumpkin campaign. Customers can stop by any local Circle K, make a donation, pick your paper pumpkin and join the fight against premature birth, the number one killer of babies. March of Dimes is leading the [ Read More ]

The Cincinnati Music Collector’s convention to be held on Oct. 18

The 117th of a series of the Cincinnati Music Collector’s Conventions will be held Sunday, October 18 at the Crowne Plaza, Pfeiffer Rd & I-71, Cincinnati, OH. The convention, which is a music show and sale, will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thousands of recycled, out-of-print, and hard-to-find phonograph [ Read More ]

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