September 3, 2015

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    New World Record set at TQL!

    TQL and Greater Cincinnati Oust India for Guinness World Record Title TQL issued the challenge and the challenge was met! A new World Record for the number of people doing push ups consecutively was broken on Thursday, August 27th at the TQL facility. Among the participants was the University of Cincinnati Air Force ROTC, the All For One BN Army ROTC, including representatives from Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, Miami University, College of Mount St. Joseph and Thomas More College. Also attending were high school athletes from Clermont County, Anderson Township and Mt. Washington. For meeting the challenge and breaking…

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    Dewey’s Pizza readies for Grand Opening

    Grand Opening of Dewey’s Pizza in Anderson Township set for August 31st! The August 31st opening of Dewey’s Pizza in Anderson Township may be one of the most anticipated events of the year in our area. After thousands responded to our impromptu Facebook poll over a year ago, we found out that Dewey’s was, in fact, eyeing a spot along the Beechmont corridor. Now that the time has come to open the doors of the first location on the east side, the Dewey’s team is excited to welcome you into the growing number of people who love their food. Those…

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    Get Rid of Hazardous Household Waste on September 26

    Content provided by Anderson Township Are you storing hazardous household waste in your home or garage, not knowing where to dispose of these items? Do you have containers of pool chemicals, unneeded stain products, pesticides or old jugs of antifreeze that need a new home? Saturday, Sept. 26 is the day to safety dispose of these hazardous items, in the Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event sponsored by the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District. Residents of Hamilton County are asked to first register for the drop-off event, which lasts from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Norwood. Go online…

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    Buses back on the roads now that school is in session

    When school began today (August 19) for Forest Hills School District, 83 Forest Hills bus drivers began transporting more than 5,100 students across more than 5,300 miles each day to nine district schools and 38 public and private schools. One of the greatest hazards to students will be from motorists who do not observe, or are unfamiliar with, the school bus safety lighting system and Ohio laws regarding stopped school buses. Ohio uses an eight-light school bus warning system.  These lights are located on the front and rear of the bus by the “school bus” sign. When the bus is…

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    Anderson Hills Pediatrics celebrates 40 years

    Contributed By Kim Egan Anderson Hills Pediatrics in Anderson Township recently celebrated their 40th Anniversary with an Open House and Celebration on Sunday, July 12, 2015. Attendees included current and former patients, doctors, and staff members. The kids were treated to visits by the Anderson Township Fire Department, the Kona Ice Truck, and a magician. Games and a demonstration on bike safety by staff from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital also added to the afternoon of fun. Anderson Hills Pediatrics was begun by Dr. Kurt Bofinger in 1975. Over the years the practice grew as Anderson Township expanded. More doctors and staff…

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New World Record set at TQL!

Aug 30, 2015

TQL and Greater Cincinnati Oust India for Guinness World Record Title TQL issued the challenge and the challenge was met! A new World Record for the number of people doing push ups consecutively was broken on Thursday, August 27th at the TQL facility. Among the participants was the University of Cincinnati Air Force ROTC, the All For One BN Army ROTC, including representatives from Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, Miami University, College of Mount St. Joseph and Thomas More College. Also attending were high school athletes from Clermont County, Anderson Township and Mt. Washington. For meeting the challenge and breaking…

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Trick or Treat Time

Aug 28, 2015

Little ghosts and goblins will be strolling through Anderson’s neighborhoods from 6-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31. Anderson Township Trustees recently set this time and date as the official Halloween celebration for the township.  Of course, neighborhoods or community groups can set their own day/time, if they choose. Additionally, the popular annual Jack-O-Lantern Walk at Anderson Center is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 24 this year, starting at 7 p.m.

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TQL plans to break World Record for Pushups and needs our help!

Aug 26, 2015

TQL and Greater Cincinnati Attempt to Oust India for Guinness World Record Title; Thursday, August 27   VERY IMPORTANT: This record is not about the number of pushups you can do. It is about a large group of people doing them at the same time. If you can only do 3 pushups in 60 seconds – be there!    WHO/WHAT: We need Greater Cincinnati’s support to topple Bangalore, India for the Guinness World Record: Most People Performing Pushups at one time in a single venue. The current record is 615 – see clip here — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c0Z8N5fktA Among the participants will be the University…

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Turpin student places 2nd at National Convention

Turpin student Lindsey Dierig places 2nd at National Junior Classical League Convention Contributed By Jenny Dierig, National Junior Classical League What is the NJCL? The National Junior Classical League is the organization that promotes the study of Latin and the Classics at the secondary level. It includes 1,145 schools and 45,795 members. In his speech to the GA, Alvin Dungan – the very 1st president of the NJCL in 1953! – noted that this makes the NJCL one of the largest youth organizations in the United States. There are 57 schools with over 100 members (the ‘Century Clubs’), and 6…

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Local Resident Honored At June Event

Jim Huizenga, senior program officer at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, was recently honored by the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council with a Voices of Giving Professional Advisor Award. He was recognized at a program that also honored 27 area philanthropists for their contributions of a bequest or planned gift to a nonprofit organization. “As a professional advisor, we know Jim frequently plays a role in bringing about planned gifts. Through our Voices of Giving Awards we want to thank Jim and so many other generous people in our community whose foresight and gifts are helping to ensure the long term…

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Karly Miller awarded Fulbright Scholarship

From UCSB Grad Post Karly Miller’s desire to learn more about the ocean led her across the globe to places as far flung as New Zealand, Ecuador, and Peru. She went on to be selected to represent the United States as a Fulbright Scholar for the 2015-2016 academic year, and will be studying the interactions between tourism and artisenal fisheries in Bahia Malaga on the Pacific Coast of Colombia, South America. In her words, ” I study how tourism development affects the social and ecological importance of fisheries in coastal subsistence-based communities. People and the environment are inextricably linked and…

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Anderson Students Became Philanthropists Through Magnified Giving

Students from two Anderson schools were among more than 2500 regional students in 52 schools challenged this past school year by a unique nonprofit called Magnified Giving to give money to causes making a meaningful impact. In a May Awards Ceremony, before friends, families, and the community, they presented checks to their selected charities. Anderson High School students granted $1,500 to Building Blocks for Kids (BB4K), an organization that improves the quality of life for children with health-related needs that are not being met due to a lack of insurance, government funding, and/or family resources. BB4K assists families by finding…