January 17, 2017

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Playdate with the Bearcats 2017 -

Saturday, January 14, 2017

A Letter from Sophie Yungblut -

Sunday, January 8, 2017

2016 – The Ecstasy and the Elegy -

Friday, December 30, 2016

Coat Drive Runs Through January 11th -

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Get Street Smart About Drug Culture -

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

  • Playdate with the Bearcats 2017

    Takes place on February 12, 2017 2-5 p.m. Mitch’s Mission’s signature event, Playdate with the Bearcats, is a family-fun day for kids of all ages. Hang out with UC athletes and enjoy the amenities of the beautiful UC Rec Center including swimming, rock-climbing and basketball. Face painting & games for younger kids, too! What kid wouldn’t want a chance to shoot hoops with some of their favorite UC athletes? How about a game of cornhole? Autographs anyone? Or, challenge your friends to “minute to win it” type games of skill. Younger kids can exchange high-fives with the UC Bearcat Mascot, play…

  • A Letter from Sophie Yungblut

    My name is Sophie Yungblut and I am a senior at Turpin High School. I am excited and honored to have accepted the nomination to be a candidate for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Student of the Year fundraising campaign. The goal of this campaign is to fundraiser the most “votes” ($1 donation=1 vote) during a 7 week campaign period (January 5-February 24, 2017) against other Cincinnati high school students. Though this is the first year that the local chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has participated in the Student of the Year, my family has been involved…

  • 2016 – The Ecstasy and the Elegy

    Happy New Year! The years seem to be going by much faster lately. Perhaps it’s me growing older or just measuring time in a different perspective and not wanting the time to pass so quickly. It really seems like just a few weeks ago we were celebrating the end of 2015, and here we are reflecting on the close of another year. What an amazing year of metamorphosis 2016 has been for me, and my family. That said, I am excited to welcome a new year and the opportunities that will come. “If grocery stores had their way, the year…

  • Coat Drive Runs Through January 11th

    Donate your new or gently used coats to needy families at three stations in Anderson Township or the Newtown Fire Station through January 11, 2017. Stations accepting coats are Station 5 (7954 Beechmont), Station 10 (6211 Salem Road), and 101 (6880 Hunley Road) in Anderson Township, or the Newtown fire station on 7036 Main Street. St. Vincent de Paul of Cincinnati annually sponsors the coat drive to gather thousands of coats for Cincinnati residents. Collection barrels are set up in the vestibule of each location, with the exception of the Beechmont Avenue location, where this is under the front canopy….

  • Get Street Smart About Drug Culture

    From Anderson Township Have you heard the phrases “chasing the rainbow” or “riding the elevator”” Your child probably has. Current drug trends and terminology will be explored in Operation: Street Smart, an adult drug education program presented in Anderson in January. The free adult drug education program is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road. It is designed to educate parents, teacher, healthcare workers and others who work with children exposed to the drug culture. The program is conducted by three current/former undercover detectives, who will arm adults with…

News

Bar Louie Grand Opening!

Dec 7, 2016

Bar Louie Grand Opening Friday, December 9th! To celebrate the grand opening, the new “Louie” in town is inviting any fellow “Local Louies” to visit the new location during the grand opening. Be one of the first 20 to arrive and if your first, middle or last name is Lou, Louise, Luigi, Luis, or any other variation of Louie, you will receive a $50.00 Bar Louie gift card – a card redeemable at any Ohio Bar Louie location. “We are excited to open so close to the holidays.  Anderson Towne Center shoppers and visitors can visit the new Bar Louie…

PARKS YES! Thanks Anderson!

Nov 20, 2016

On behalf of the Board of Park Commissioners, thank you Anderson Township residents for voting yes to replace the Anderson Township Park District’s operating levy on November 8th. We are fortunate to live in a township where the residents recognize the benefits of continuing a quality park system in their community. The Commissioners extend a sincere thank you to those who placed levy signs in their yards and donated their personal resources to the effort. Numerous volunteers devoted countless hours of their personal time to share the park’s message with the voters. We specifically want to recognize the Citizens for…

Public Hearing Notice Hamilton County Regional Planning Commision

Nov 20, 2016

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING FOR REVIEW OF REQUEST FOR SUBDIVISION OF LAND  The Regional Planning Commission will consider the subdivisions for approval at its regular meeting on the below date beginning at 1:00 p.m., in Room 801 in the County Administration Bldg. 138 E. Court St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Subdivision Name: Parke Place at Coldstream Revision Total Lots: 32   Acreage: 59.27 Location: Anderson Township: On the north side of Ayers Road, approximately 1,500 feet east of the Ayers Road and Asbury Road intersection (Book 500, Page 181, Parcels 4 & 5 AND Page 182, and Page 190, Parcel 42 & 44) Subdivision Name:…

People

A Letter from Sophie Yungblut

My name is Sophie Yungblut and I am a senior at Turpin High School. I am excited and honored to have accepted the nomination to be a candidate for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Student of the Year fundraising campaign. The goal of this campaign is to fundraiser the most “votes” ($1 donation=1 vote) during a 7 week campaign period (January 5-February 24, 2017) against other Cincinnati high school students. Though this is the first year that the local chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has participated in the Student of the Year, my family has been involved…

Local Preschool Owner Awarded

Mark Reinhart, owner of The Goddard School® located at 1280 Nagel Road in Cincinnati, OH, has been presented with the Brand Ambassador Award by Goddard Systems, Inc. (GSI), franchisor of The Goddard School preschool system. This award recognizes franchisees who embody The Goddard School brand, effectively communicates its attributes, exemplifies its culture and consistently delivers excellent customer experience and celebrates franchisees who work tirelessly to bring The Goddard School brand promise to life. Reinhart also received the Circle of Excellence Award, which acknowledges Goddard Schools for being exceptional in the areas of quality assurance, curriculum and health and safety. “We…

Summer Good Deeds Week at Goddard

The science is clear on the benefits of showing kindness and appreciation.  Kindness releases endorphins, serotonin and oxytocin, which translates into happiness, reduced stress and a wonderful sense of self-worth.  And the benefits don’t stop there.  Positive effects are experienced by everyone witnessing the kind act as well. So a good deed can create a ripple effect, improving the day of dozens beyond the original giver or receiver. The Goddard School in Anderson Township thought these benefits were so compelling that they created a Good Deeds Week in their Summer Camp this year.  School-age campers spent a week talking about…

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…