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Faith United Methodist Church to host community lunch Sept. 17
Everyone is invited to a free community meal Saturday, Sept. 17, and the third Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kitchen of Faith, located at the church. This is for anyone in need of a hot meal and fellowship with other people. The...
Posted: 9/1/2011 9:37 AM in Consider This Clermont
Photos: Splashing their way to fitness at the Mason Community Center
The Enquirer’s Leigh Taylor caught these shots of Mason residents getting fit with Water Fit classes at the Mason Community Center. The weekly classes are led by instructor Kimberly Gebert. Register for aquatics classes online at
Posted: 9/1/2011 9:30 AM in
Clermont Co. Retired Teachers to meet Sept. 21
The next Clermont County Retired Teachers meeting is 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Owensville United Methodist Church, 2580 U.S. 50. Registration, social hour and book swap begins at 11:00, and lunch will be served at noon. Cindy Gramke of Clermont...
Posted: 9/1/2011 9:10 AM in Consider This Clermont
High school sports roundup: Lakota East wins six in a row
The Lakota East girls’ tennis team won its sixth consecutive match Wednesday when it defeated Summit Country Day by the score of 4-1. The win improves the Thunderhawks’ record to 7-1 overall (3-0 in the Greater Miami Conference).
Posted: 9/1/2011 9:08 AM in
Tell us about your campaign events
Tell us about campaign events, fundraisers, and “meet the candidate” events. Please email event information including name of organization, mailing address of venue, contact phone number, pricing information, date(s) and start and end times and brief...
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:46 AM in Politics Extra
Sayler Park musician plans tribute
By Heidi Fallon • Michael Oberst is planning a tribute to two people who touched his life in very different ways. The 29-year-old Sayler Park song writer and singer with The Tillers has almost single-handedly organized a Nov....
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:44 AM in Word on the Westside
County officials want to tear down old building
By John Seney • BATAVIA – The Clermont County commissioners are looking for ways to reduce maintenance costs on several county-owned buildings in the village. Wade Grabowski, director of facilities, Aug. 23 briefed the commissioners...
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:23 AM in Consider This Clermont
Mount hosting ethical leadership series
Two leading experts on leadership will speak this fall at the College of Mount St. Joseph as part of the Mount’s Discussions of Leadership lecture series. The series is part of the College’s Ethical Leadership Development Initiative. The lectures are...
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:23 AM in Word on the Westside
Council okays new Health Commissioner’s salary
A quorum of 4 City Council members met last evening for a Special Meeting to discuss the salary offered by the Norwood Health Commission to the new Health Commissioner Bradley King. The 4 were Keith Moore, Steve Thornbury, Michael Gabbard, and Donna Laake....
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:13 AM in Citizens For A Better Norwood
Half a Budget Plan is No Budget Plan at All
The Enquirer's Jane Prendergast has a blog post that discusses Cincinnati Council Member Chris Bortz stating he is tired of 'Democrats' saying he and the 'other side' don't have a plan to balance the budget. Jane then outlines a list of steps from Bo...
Posted: 9/1/2011 8:02 AM in Cincinnati Blog

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