September 1, 2016

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    Forest Hills shares update on academic programming

    This fall, the Ohio Department of Education will release its annual local report card for schools and districts across the state. Among other details, the report card is intended to share information on student performance on state tests. During the August 22 Forest Hills Board of Education meeting, Natasha Adams, FHSD director of curriculum, instruction and assessment, provided a preliminary look at the data that will be included in the state’s report card. “Achieving personal success each day and passing a state test that is given in one moment in time are two different things,” said Adams.  “Even though Forest…

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    Party on the Plaza with Haymarket Riot

    The final Party on the Plaza of 2016 features Haymarket Riot! Legendary Cincinnati rock band, Haymarket Riot, will be performing at Party On The Plaza, in the Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road, Cincinnati, on Thursday, September 1st, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (event ends at 9:00 p.m.). The band will be performing music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s. Click here to join the Facebook event! Haymarket Riot started out as a group of Anderson Township teenagers, who began playing music in Steve Helwig’s basement, and evolved into one of the most popular bands in Cincinnati and the entire…

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    Miller-Leuser Log House Open House August 21, 2016

    Celebrate our pioneer past! ANDERSON TOWNSHIP    ANDERSON TOWNSHIP    The Anderson Township Historical Society continues its schedule of late summer activities at the Miller-Leuser Log House on Sunday, August 21. Come visit this historic gem in our community. The Log House is a restored 1796 pioneer home at 6550 Clough Pike, just east of Bartels Road. Open Houses are held by the Society from 1 pm to 4 pm the first and third Sundays of every month through October. The public is invited to tour the Log House, furnished in 18th and 19th century antiques, and to stroll the grounds, exploring…

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    Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital Needs Volunteers

    Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that is seeking volunteers at Anderson Hospital, which is located at 7500 State Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255. “Make a difference in the lives of others, meet new friends, share in the Mercy Health mission, contribute to your community and enhance the lives of others while learning more about yourself,” says Diane Stone, Director of Volunteer Services at the hospital. “Volunteers will work alongside their dedicated friends and neighbors, using their skills and talents to make a meaningful contribution to our community, our…

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    The Dan Varner Band at Party on the Plaza

    Join us Thursday, August 11th, as The Dan Varner Band plays Party on the Plaza! If you’ve seen The Dan Varner Band play at Party on the Plaza in the past, then you know what an amazing event this is every year. Born and raised in Anderson, CMA Recording Artist Dan Varner has a special connection to the people here. Dan has been singing since about the time he could walk. He grew up listening to his dad and uncles (with roots in the Tennessee mountains) picking their guitars. Other family members/friends would join in singing along to old country,…

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Lifetime Financial Growth Names Cincinnati Office President

Aug 28, 2016

Robert Franklin of Anderson Township has been named president of Lifetime Financial Growth’s Cincinnati office downtown. Lifetime Financial Growth is one of the largest fast-growing, privately-owned regional wealth management firms in the nation, with $3 billion in assets under management on the equity side and $19 billion of in force life insurance coverage. The organization was founded in Pittsburgh in 1991, by Earl J. Luttner of the Luttner Financial Group, Ltd. and has 200 representatives in offices in Pittsburgh; Cincinnati; Columbus; Cleveland; Morgantown, West Virginia; Louisville, and Owensboro, Ky. Lifetime serves more than 44,500 clients for their investment and insurance…

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Anderson Township nurse wins $1,000 prize

Aug 14, 2016

RN Lisa Rice feels blessed to be a recipient of California Casualty’s $1,000 Nurses Night Out prize. “I love my job and I am so grateful to be appreciated and recognized with this award,” she said. She was given the check at a surprise announcement Wednesday, August 10. Lisa is a cardiac device specialist at the device clinic at Mercy Health – The Heart Institute, Anderson in Cincinnati, Ohio. “This prize shows me that people care and it will help me be a better health care provider,” she said. “It totally made my day.” Lisa said that the acknowledgement comes…

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Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital Needs Volunteers

Aug 7, 2016

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that is seeking volunteers at Anderson Hospital, which is located at 7500 State Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255. “Make a difference in the lives of others, meet new friends, share in the Mercy Health mission, contribute to your community and enhance the lives of others while learning more about yourself,” says Diane Stone, Director of Volunteer Services at the hospital. “Volunteers will work alongside their dedicated friends and neighbors, using their skills and talents to make a meaningful contribution to our community, our…

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Anderson Township nurse wins $1,000 prize

RN Lisa Rice feels blessed to be a recipient of California Casualty’s $1,000 Nurses Night Out prize. “I love my job and I am so grateful to be appreciated and recognized with this award,” she said. She was given the check at a surprise announcement Wednesday, August 10. Lisa is a cardiac device specialist at the device clinic at Mercy Health – The Heart Institute, Anderson in Cincinnati, Ohio. “This prize shows me that people care and it will help me be a better health care provider,” she said. “It totally made my day.” Lisa said that the acknowledgement comes…

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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…

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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…

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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…