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August 1, 2014

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2014 Beautification Award Winners -

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Greater Anderson Days! -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Hickory Robot Brings Newgrass to Party on the Plaza -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Dan Varner Band kicks off the Buckle Up Festival! -

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Karma Wellness Studio – Business Spotlight -

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Continuous Flow Intersection Update -

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

FHSD Elementary Packet Schedule -

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Brazilian Soccer Camp -

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Clermont Chamber Awards -

Sunday, July 6, 2014

2014 Parade Gallery – Anderson Township Independence Day -

Friday, July 4, 2014

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    2014 Beautification Award Winners

    Winners named for beautiful spaces Winners have been announced for the annual beautification awards, sponsored by the township’s Betterment and Beautification volunteer committee. Residential, common space First place: Harcourt Estates   Residential, private First place:6996 Queensway, Glenn and Carol Norris 2nd place: 1547 Little John Court, Martha Schueler Commercial First place: Coney Island, 6201 Kellogg Ave. Second place: TriHealth Medical Office Building, 7777 Beechmont Ave. Site Improvement First place: Firestone, 7978 Beechmont Ave. Second place: Tire Discounters, 8600 Beechmont Ave. Each winner receives a plaque and a yard sign to display.    

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    Hickory Robot Brings Newgrass to Party on the Plaza

    Party on the Plaza, the Eastside’s premier summer concert series, is back at it with its second show in July. Join us Thursday July 31st for “newgrass” band, Hickory Robot, from 5:30pm – 9:30pm at Anderson Center. This will be the first time Hickory Robot has played Party on the Plaza, so help us welcome them. Newgrass (also known as progressive bluegrass) is a subgenre of bluegrass where performers use more electric instruments and drums. Newgrass performers also import songs from other genres, particularly rock & roll, so get ready for a little different vibe! Party on the Plaza is…

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    Dan Varner Band kicks off the Buckle Up Festival!

    Hometown band sets the stage for the Buckle Up Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio! To my surprise and delight, I was granted full media access to the inaugural Buckle Up Festival for all three days! I had applied so that I might document and photograph the performance by our hometown boys, the Dan Varner Band, as they opened the festival on Friday, July 19th. Dan and the band opened the festival on the amphitheater stage at Sawyer Point, and I was there for every minute. It was a great set that attracted a large number of festival attendees. Their set list…

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    Karma Wellness Studio – Business Spotlight

    “Every body could use some good Karma!” Nestled comfortably among the businesses along Beechmont in Mt. Washington is Karma Wellness Studio. From the minute you walk through the door you are transported to a peaceful tropical paradise where relaxation and professional attention await. Karma Wellness Studio provides a variety of massage therapies, alternative therapies and holistic skin care. You can review the detailed services by visiting their web site. “From the moment I walked in the door, I felt pampered. By the time I left I felt completely relaxed and rejuvenated.” – Mary, guest at Karma Wellness Studio Karma’s owner,…

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    FHSD Elementary Packet Schedule

                                  August 20th is just a few weeks away! It’s time to get the anxious students back to school. Here is a list of the Forest Hills elementary schools and their respective packet pick up\drop off times. Ayer 8/8/2014 10:00 a.m. Packet drop off Maddux 8/8/2014 9:00 a.m. Packet drop off for last names beginning A – L Maddux 8/8/2014 1:00 p.m. Packet drop off for last names beginning M – Z Mercer 8/8/2014 7:00 a.m. Packet drop off Sherwood 8/8/2014 2:00 p.m. Packet pick up…

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Clough Pike Construction Delays

Jul 27, 2014

Clough project nearing completion, but delays expected with final paving process As road work winds up on Clough Pike between Bridges Road and Newtown Road, motorists can expect one more set of delays. Work on the Clough Pike Improvement Project is proceeding according to schedule, with road completion expected by August 8. Upgrades on the Clough Pike Historic Business District have been ongoing, especially since March, with road delays or closures necessary during short time intervals during these improvements. Township Planner Tom Caruso notes that this final set of road upgrades will signal the end of the delays on this…

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Continuous Flow Intersection Update

Jul 16, 2014

Over the last several weeks there has been a high level of interest and conversation about the proposed Beechmont and Five Mile Continuous Flow intersection (CFI). The project is on schedule and with the completion of related projects, such as the Five Mile access drive, construction on the CFI is anticipated to begin in early 2015. The CFI project is a partnership between Anderson Township, the Hamilton County Engineers Office and Ohio Department of Transportation. In an effort to better inform residents about this project, the township has developed an informational CFI web page. On the page you will find…

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Open house to discuss SR 32 improvements

Jul 14, 2014

A PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE has been scheduled for July 17 Meeting will focus on upcoming SR 32 Improvements between Eastgate Blvd. and Olive Branch-Stonelick Rd. A public open house has been scheduled to discuss roadway and access improvements to the portion of SR 32 that extends between Eastgate Blvd. and Olive Branch-Stonelick Rd. in Clermont County. The open house will be held at the following time and location: Thursday, July 17, 2014, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM Union Township Civic Center 4350 Aicholtz Road Cincinnati, OH 45254 The purpose of the meeting is to obtain public input on proposed improvement…

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Dan Varner Band kicks off the Buckle Up Festival!

Hometown band sets the stage for the Buckle Up Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio! To my surprise and delight, I was granted full media access to the inaugural Buckle Up Festival for all three days! I had applied so that I might document and photograph the performance by our hometown boys, the Dan Varner Band, as they opened the festival on Friday, July 19th. Dan and the band opened the festival on the amphitheater stage at Sawyer Point, and I was there for every minute. It was a great set that attracted a large number of festival attendees. Their set list…

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Fostering love in Anderson Township

The Right Place, at the Right Time Written by Kristina Meek, Beech Acres Parenting Center Marie and Todd, a married couple who moved to Anderson Township about two years ago, had children at a young age. When their children were in their teens, they found themselves thinking, “Maybe we’re not done parenting yet.” At the time, they were living in Dayton, and Marie says she felt like she was meant to do something new to help children. Marie’s closest friend is a social worker. Speaking with her friend, she was affected by hearing about the struggle to find foster homes…

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Malling Golf Scramble

Third annual Malling Golf Scramble July 19th Friends of the Malling Family are asking for your help. Tim and Lisa Malling live right here in Anderson and they were blessed with two boys with a debilitating disease called Pelizeaus Merzbacher Disease or PMD. There is no known cure or standard course of treatment. Their older boy, Riley passed from this world to his eternal home this past winter and although his absence leaves a hole that won’t be filled, there is still a great need for all of us to help the Mallings pay off their home that was specifically…

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Phil Helbig personal spotlight

He’s run around the world… twice! Maybe you’ve seen him running in the heat of summer, the rains of springtime or the bitter cold of winter.  Maybe you’ve seen him running in local neighborhoods, parks or even down your street.  Wherever he is running, Phil Helbig is chasing his passion with a smile. Born in Deer Park, Phil’s family moved to Summit Estates in Anderson Township when he was 2 years old.  Phil attended Summit Elementary, Anderson Junior High School, Anderson High school and Live Oaks vocational high school, graduating in 1984. Phil has always been passionate about sports, playing…

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