November 27, 2015


Small Business Saturday 2015 -

Sunday, November 22, 2015

2015 Kids Theatre Workshop -

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Turpin teacher chosen for select innovative learning program -

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Family fun set for Tree Lighting on December 5 -

Friday, November 20, 2015

2015 Thanksgiving Community Breakfast -

Friday, November 20, 2015

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    The Thanksgiving Proclamation

    Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789 By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor; and—Whereas both Houses of Congress have, by their joint committee, requested me “to recommend to the people of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of…

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    Statement with Regard to Proposed Redevelopment

    This update from Township Administrator, Vicky Earhart, was read immediately following the public comments portion of the November Board of Trustees meeting. Statement with Regard to Proposed Redevelopment On behalf of the Board of Trustees, thank you for sharing your thoughts, ideas, and concerns with regard to the proposed redevelopment of the current Anderson High School site on Forest Road and the Beech Acres parenting Center property on Beechmont Avenue. Other than the acquisition of the Beech Acres site, action of the Board of Trustees with respect to this project is limited to the Forest Road redevelopment and related TIF…

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    Help YRSC send holiday smiles to our deployed military

    I sit writing this tonight as I look out the window into our nice suburban neighborhood. It was unseasonably warm today, so the kids played outside for a while after school. I had the sliding door open, with the screen drawn, so I could hear their laughter and playful shenanigans. It was a great way for me to frame the importance of what I am writing about. There are those who played on these streets, no so long ago, that are now placed in very different streets, thousands of miles away. Regardless of politics, or global ideologies, we must acknowledge…

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    Anderson track to be named for notable graduate, coach

    During their Sept. 28 meeting, the Forest Hills Board of Education approved renaming the Anderson High School track as the Andy Wolf Track at Anderson High School, an action that will take place during a 6 p.m. dedication ceremony at the school on May 14, 2016. Known throughout the region for his distinguished career in track and cross country, Wolf, class of 1967, set records at Anderson in the 440 dash, one-mile run and the two-mile in cross country.  After earning four varsity letters at AHS and winning multiple meets, Wolf continued his running career at Marietta College where he…

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    Towne Center Redevelopment Begins

    Anderson Towne Center Redevelopment Begins Demolition of a portion of the former Kmart building first step in significant changes planned for Downtown Anderson Area over the next years Redevelopment has begun at the Anderson Towne Center, with demolition of a portion of the former Kmart building. This is the first signal of the dramatic transformation of the community’s central core, or the area known as “Downtown Anderson.” More than a dozen public and private developments are lined up for construction in the next two years within a half mile of the Anderson Towne Center. Projects include the introduction of new…



Small Business Saturday 2015

Nov 22, 2015

Nov 28 is Small Business Saturday, a day created specifically for small businesses like those Around Anderson Township . This year, don’t just Shop Small for our Businesses. Do it for the businesses you love, for the community you call home, and for the money that can stay in the neighborhood when we all Shop Small. This Nov 28, get up, get out, and Shop Small. It has been said that small business is the true engine of the national economy. They employ more people than all large US corporations, and their positive impact on their local economy is undisputed….


Turpin teacher chosen for select innovative learning program

Nov 22, 2015

Turpin High School teacher chosen to participate in select innovative learning program Battelle Education, an organization dedicated to innovation in education, has selected Ben Schulcz, Turpin High School math teacher, to be one of 16 educators across the state to participate in the Trailblazer Teachers program, a program that trains teachers in-depth about integrating blended learning into classrooms. “I applied to be a part of this program because embracing blended learning is incredibly important; it provides students with a personalized education by blending face-to-face instruction with technology. This blended approach allows teachers to work with students in new ways, increase…


YWCA Emergency Food Pantry services transition to Inter Parish Ministry

Nov 14, 2015

Content from: Karen Durand After 50 years of serving Clermont County with Emergency Food Pantry services, the YWCA pantry will close at the end of December with those services immediately transitioning to Inter Parish Ministry, a food and clothing pantry partner through the Clermont County Safety Net Alliance, thus resulting in uninterrupted service to YWCA clients. While the YWCA Batavia location served over 5,000 individuals in 2014, they recognize that in the face of continued growing Emergency Food needs in the area, they no longer have the ability to deliver services effectively in their location. Instead, the YWCA will continue…



Photos: Senior Center Veterans Luncheon

Here are a few photos from the Senior Center Veterans Day lunch on November 9th, 2015. Performing at the event were the incredible Sweet and Lows. Speakers included Anderson Trustee Andrew Pappas and directory of the Yellow Ribbon Support Center Keith Maupin.    

Two Anderson graduates inducted in to Cincinnati Running Hall of Fame

Known throughout the region for their distinguished careers in track and cross country, two Anderson High School graduates were recently inducted in to the Cincinnati Running Hall of Fame: Vern Hawkins, class of 1949, and Andy Wolf, class of 1967. Hawkins was the state runner-up in the 1949 one-mile run event during the Ohio High School Athletic Association Track and Field Competition, while also serving as the defensive end on the AHS undefeated football team.  After his AHS graduation, he went on to compete in track and cross country at the University of Cincinnati, serve in the Navy during the…

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I’m Dee Stone

I’m Dee Stone and I’m an Independent candidate for Anderson Township Trustee. When I tell people I’m running for Anderson Township Trustee, their first question is, “Why?” My answer is simple: I believe it’s time for a fresh perspective and a clear vision for what we want our township to look like in the next 20 years. The residents of Anderson Township support the same values I do. They’re ones that led our family to make it our home over 20 years ago: good schools, good parks, affordable housing, and a sense of hometown community. My love for our community…


55,296 meals packed for hunger relief!

A great day was had at Nagel Middle School on Saturday, October 10th! Thanks to over 250 amazing Anderson Township families and Community Members, 55,296 meals were packed for I.D.E.S. (International Disaster Emergency Service) What an amazing end to the week for Forest Hills School District!  They also collected over 11,000 canned goods for IPM! A huge thanks to Chase and Randy from I.D.E.S and Matt Robinson from Parkside Christian Church, Matt Howe from Anderson Hills United Methodist Church, and Chris Graves from Zion Lutheran Church. This day was possible because of Chick -Fil-A and Park National Bank and their…