July 30, 2016

  • sunburners

    Party on The Plaza with The Sunburners!

    Join the fun with friends and neighbors on Thursday, July 28th, as The Sunburners take the stage at Anderson Center Plaza! With their unique steel drum sound, they are sure to please! Party on the Plaza is a family friendly event presented by the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Anderson Township.  The event combines local businesses and live music to produce one of the eastside’s most enjoyable, fun community events.  Local food vendors include:  Anderson Pub & Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings, LaRosa’s Pizzeria, Orange Leaf Yogurt and The Sandbar.  All concessions are affordably priced at $4.00 or…

  • anderson_coworks

    Anderson Center Opens Up for Shared Office Space Rental Options

    The new CoWorks venture joins the flexible workspace trend by offering offices, a conference room, amenities and convenience for a monthly fee. Anderson Township is tapping into one of the nation’s popular workspace trends by opening up a portion of vacant Anderson Center space for shared office space rental opportunities. Anderson’s CoWorks venture is located in approximately 2,500 square feet on the lower level of Anderson Center, in the area formerly occupied by the Anderson Community Television station. Available for monthly rental are a variety of workspace areas, including open office cubicles, shared work spaces, and two types of private…

  • synchrogators16

    Cincinnati Synchrogators Take Gold at 2016 Junior Olympics

    From Carol Connor Congratulations to the Cincinnati YMCA Synchrogators Synchronized Swim Team for winning the 2016 Junior Olympic Championship. Synchronized swimmers competed this past week in Long Island, NY at the USA Synchro Junior Olympic Championships. This event brought in over 1,100 athletes from across the United States in ages groups from 11 and under, 13-15, 16-17, and 18-19 to compete in figures, solo, duet, combination, and team events. The Cincinnati YMCA Synchrogators represented in all age groups. Winners were as follows: In 12 and Under Competition: Team: 9th Place – Madi Almond, Allison Burns, Madeline Ehrhardt, Elisabeth Fullen, Ella…

  • Guinness sit-up flyer

    TQL to host “Sit Ups for Soldiers” Guinness World Records® Attempt

    From Mark D. Motz, Total Quality Logistics Total Quality Logistics will host an attempt to break a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title for the second year in row. After setting the push-ups record last summer, we’re looking to do it again –  this time, for most people doing sit-ups simultaneously. The official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® attempt takes place at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 21, at TQL headquarters (4289 Ivy Pointe Blvd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45245). All are welcome to be a part of the record attempt.  Attendees are asked to gather on the west side of the building starting at 5:30 p.m….

  • Hand writes the word thank you

    Senior Center member thanks Township, Trustees

    The members of the Anderson Senior Center would like to offer a huge “thank you” to the Anderson Township Trustees and especially Vicky Earhart and Steve Sievers.  When the news of a possible closing of the Anderson Senior Center was made public, members of the Senior Center made it clear to the trustees that the members were devastated to hear the news.  Vicky Earhart and Steve Sievers were open to listen to our concerns of the closing of the place we all love.  We inundated them with pleas in the form of emails, letters, phone calls, and face to face…

News

mike broadwater

Forest Hills assistant superintendent named president-elect of state organization

Jun 7, 2016

Mike Broadwater, Forest Hills School District assistant superintendent, has been elected by the membership of the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators to serve as president-elect for the 2016-17 school year. In this position, Broadwater, who previously served as Anderson High School principal and the OASSA Zone 2 director, will collaborate with the president of OASSA to provide professional development to organization members, which include administrators of middle schools, high schools and district central offices across the state. Broadwater will also work to influence legislation and state curricular initiatives.  In 2017-18, Broadwater will serve as president. Also currently serving as…

seniors

Senior Center Changes Announced

May 22, 2016

Anderson Township and Cincinnati Area Senior Services to provide services at Anderson Senior Center Anderson Township announced today that Cincinnati Area Senior Services (CASS), a private non-profit organization operating for five decades, will begin to provide services for seniors at the Anderson Senior Center, tentatively starting July 5, 2016. Earlier this year it was announced that Senior Independence, the organization that had been operating the Senior Center, would not continue in the community-based senior services management business. Its announced departure date was the end of August 2016. Anderson Township administrators have since worked to secure continued benefits for the center…

GO13-History logo

Anderson, Great Oaks partnering for local leadership training

May 15, 2016

A new partnership between Great Oaks Career Campuses and the Anderson Township Fire and Rescue Department will benefit Anderson Township residents. Great Oaks’ Public Safety Services is now offering their Fire Officer 1 (Supervising Officer) training at Anderson Township Station 6 (Beechmont Avenue). This will prepare current firefighters for greater leadership and supervisory roles in the department, and be offered to Anderson Township Fire and Rescue Department employees. Fire and Rescue Chief Mark Ober said the collaboration is a win-win for both organizations. “Great Oaks has extensive experience in this area and can provide the training cost-effectively for Anderson Township…

People

Hand writes the word thank you

Senior Center member thanks Township, Trustees

The members of the Anderson Senior Center would like to offer a huge “thank you” to the Anderson Township Trustees and especially Vicky Earhart and Steve Sievers.  When the news of a possible closing of the Anderson Senior Center was made public, members of the Senior Center made it clear to the trustees that the members were devastated to hear the news.  Vicky Earhart and Steve Sievers were open to listen to our concerns of the closing of the place we all love.  We inundated them with pleas in the form of emails, letters, phone calls, and face to face…

ParentalHope_RGB

Parental Hope reduces financial impact of infertility

For David and Jen Bross, providing financial support to hopeful couples battling infertility is a personal mission What is infertility? Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year for most people and six months in certain circumstances. Infertility affects 10-15% of couples in the United States. The cause of infertility can be difficult to determine but may include inadequate levels of certain hormones in both men and women, and trouble with ovulation in women. The main symptom is an inability to get pregnant. In many cases, there are…

278261tn300

Local DECA Students part of World Top Ten

Three Anderson-Great Oaks DECA students recognized as Top 10 in the world at 2016 International Marketing Conference Three Anderson High School Great Oaks students were honored as Top 10 in the world at the DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) held April 23-April 26 in Nashville. Winning Top 10 in their event: Rachel Allgeier and Abbey Blanchard – Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan Saijal Andreadis – Innovation Plan Event Earlier at the conference, junior Alexandra Shingleton was also recognized on stage for one of her role plays in the Apparel and Accessories event. The Anderson students competed in a district competition…

Keith_yrsc

2016 Citizen of the Year Award Winners

ANDERSON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HONORS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AT CITIZEN OF THE YEAR Citizen of the Year Award Ceremony is the Chamber’s most prestigious event honoring the outstanding citizen, business, students, educators and volunteer of the year. This long running event is attended by the who’s who in the Anderson area and over the years has recognized many of the incredible people and businesses that make Anderson, Mt Washington, Newtown and western Clermont a great area to live. The 2016 event will be held Tuesday, April 19 at Belterra Park from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Cocktail hour with heavy hors d’oeuvres…