August 27, 2014

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Confederates in the Bluegrass Print E-mail

Lock up the house, grab the kids and prepare for battle! Soldiers in blue and gray will again descend on the Richmond battlefield for the annual Battle of Richmond Reenactment.

This year’s event will be August 23-24 at Richmond’s Battlefield Park. Sponsored by the Battle of Richmond Association, military and civilian camps will both open at 10 a.m. and close at 4 p.m., with the battles being fought at 2 p.m. each day. Expect loud cannons and fast, beautiful horses.

Hundreds of re-enactors and living historians from several states come to commemorate the pivotal Battle of Richmond, fought on Aug. 29-30, 1862. It was the second largest Civil War battle in the Commonwealth.

Visitors will have the entire day filled with demonstrations, exhibits, and concessions. Begin your visit with a stop at the Battle of Richmond Visitors Center. They have maps, highlights of the battle, video presentations and general exhibits.

For more information visit battleofrichmond.org or call 859-248-1974 or 624-0013.

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Collins ~ Fitch wed Print E-mail
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Ladies Auxiliary enjoys meal Print E-mail
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Heritage Bank named one of the best places to work in Greater Cincinnati Print E-mail

Heritage Bank has been named as one of the “Top Workplaces 2014” in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area by Enquirer Media. Heritage Bank was one of 100 companies and organizations selected for the award. Heritage Bank was selected in the Financial Services and Insurance category.

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Cat spay and neuter special Print E-mail

United Coalition for Animals (UCAN) is pleased to announce the following special to help stop the euthanasia of cats in the Greater Cincinnati area: cat spay/neuter surgery will be only 20 dollars and each cat will receive a free rabies vaccine, FVRCP vaccine, microchip and treatment for fleas, ticks, ear mites or tapeworms if seen. This special program was financially funded by a grant from The Joanie Bernard Foundation and will continue through December 31, 2014.

UCAN performs cat surgery Monday through Thursday every week. Please call 513-721-PETS (7387) to make an appointment.

Over 70 thousand puppies and kittens are born each day in the U.S., over half of which are “oops” (unintended) litters. As a result, every year, millions of cats and dogs are abandoned and end up in overcrowded shelters where over four million of them are euthanized each year.

“Spay/neuter is the proven, simple solution to stop this cycle, sterilizing cats and dogs means fewer unwanted animals being born and surrendered to shelters and therefore fewer animals being euthanized,” said Melanie Corwin, Executive Director of UCAN. She continued, “The main reasons people do not sterilize their pets are cost and access. UCAN addresses both of those issues by having low-cost fees and free transports to the clinic from several locations in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.”

UCAN is an Ohio nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization formed in 2001 to end the unnecessary deaths of healthy and treatable cats and dogs in the Greater Cincinnati area. To achieve its mission, UCAN provides low-cost professional spay/neuter services and free transports from several locations in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. UCAN opened its high volume spay/neuter clinic in April 2007, and has completed over 63 thousand surgeries to date, preventing hundreds of thousands of unwanted animals from ever being born. For more information, visit our website at www.ucancincinnati.org or call 513-721-7387.

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"Si-cology 101" Print E-mail

“Si-cology 101” by Silas Merrit Robertson with Mark Schlabach is only 231 pages divided into a short prologue and 30 short chapters telling the story of events in the life of “Uncle” Si Robertson.

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Republican Party to meet Aug. 19 Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Republican Party had a very busy month of July. Events such as three parades, two fairs, door-to-door knocking, a visit by the senate minority leader and a big Republican “Party” were all accomplished in a quick 31 days.

August is shaping up to be an important month also. At the next Republican meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 19 at Howard’s Place, the party will be hosting Miss Allison Ball of Prestonsburg, Ky. Ball is the candidate for the office of Kentucky state treasurer. Please plan on attending and let’s show her some Pendleton County hospitality.

“Community Action” for the summer will be a “Back-to-School” Drive. If you plan on attending this meeting, please bring new school supplies to be donated to local classrooms in the Pendleton County School District.

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Story Hour to begin at library Print E-mail

Story Hour at the Pendleton County Public Library will begin Friday, September 5, 2014.

Story Hour is a fun way for children to become familiar with the library and to experience the world of books.  It is for children ages 3 - 5 years old.

Programs will be at 10:30 a.m. every Friday through April.  Each program usually lasts about 45 minutes.

If you have any questions, feel free to call Sandy at 859-654-8535.

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Chef Jeff's Place now open in Falmouth Print E-mail

Jeff Arkenau, owner and operator of Chef Jeff’s Place, poses in front of the restaurant’s sign. The new dining establishment serves breakfast and “comfort” foods. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

Looking for a nice, affordable spot to eat with some great homemade food? Then try Chef Jeff's Place!

Pendleton County's newest restaurant opened on July 13 and has been cooking up delicious breakfast and "comfort" foods for the public ever since. Customers can either dine-in or carry-out their order from a menu that has breakfast all day long and offers a variety of lunch and dinner selections.

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Shadoan ~ Wright exchange wedding vows Print E-mail
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