Around Hamilton County: Bargain hunting in Anderson Twp

Anderson Township is holding its annual community garage sale and yard sale Saturday, May 6. Yard sales will be happening throughout the community and about 25 vendors will be gathered at Anderson Center Station, 7832 Five Mile Road 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.(Photo: Provided)

Warmer days seem to mark the beginning of yard and garage sale season. Anderson Township is ready to support the bargain-hunting habits of many by holding its annual garage sale at Anderson Center Station, 7832 Five Mile Road.

This year’s sale is 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 6, and is expected to have about 25 vendors. The event is free and open rain or shine.

Sellers must be Anderson Township residents. Cost is £15 for an 18′ x 19′ foot space (two parking spaces). Bring your own tables and chairs.

Set-up starts at 7 a.m. and everything must be off the premises by 2 p.m. To reserve a space call Amy Meyer, 513-688-8400 ext.

1192, or email her, [email protected] Reservations are accepted at Anderson Center during regular business hours.

The township recommends that vendors reserve their spot early. No refunds are available. Host your own garage sale on May 6

In conjunction with the Anderson Center Station Garage Sale, Anderson Township hosts its community-wide yard/garage sale on Saturday, May 6. List your sale on the township’s website, AndersonTownship.org, for free. To obtain a listing, email [email protected] with the address and time of the sale.

The listing on the township’s website is open to all Anderson Township sale locations. Madeira groups invited to national Thanksgiving Day parade Madeira High School marching band and choir, at the invitation of WorldStrides OnStage, will travel to Chicago to perform in the 2017 McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The students will be under the direction of Lori Adams, Wesley Woolard, and Kristin Anderson.

Madeira High School marching band and choir, at the invitation of WorldStrides OnStage, will travel to Chicago to perform in the 2017 McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. (Photo: Provided)

This will be the first time traveling with WorldStrides for Adams, Anderson and the 125 students participating in the first trip the MHS band, color guard and choir have taken in more than 10 years. The parade-bound groups are looking for help raising funds for the trip. For information email [email protected] or [email protected]

Gift of life Turner Farms in Indian Hill was recently gifted an automated external defibrillator (AED), by REALTORS with Heart (RWH), a committee of the Cincinnati Area Board of REALTORS. This is the sixth AED that RWH has donated to different organizations throughout the Cincinnati area.

The RWH also provided training to the staff of Turner Farms in CPR and AED use. Register now for Loveland Memorial Day Parade There’s still time to register for the Loveland Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony.

The day is heralded as a show of patriotism and way to honor those who have sacrificed much for the freedoms enjoyed by Americans. This year’s parade steps off at 9 a.m. from Loveland Elementary School, 600 Loveland-Madeira Road, and proceeds to Veterans Memorial Park at the corner of West Loveland Avenue and Riverside Drive. A memorial ceremony will be held in the park following the parade.

To register for the parade visit www.lovelandoh.gov[1]. Delhi officer receives award Delhi Police Cpl.

Frank Gentile is the recipient of the St. Dominic-Delhi Knights of Columbus Council No.

15533 “Blue Coat of the Year” award. This award is given to a police officer or firefighter in recognition of their service to the community.

Delhi Police Cpl. Frank Gentile is the recipient of the St. Dominic-Delhi Knights of Columbus Council No.

15533 “Blue Coat of the Year” award. (Photo: Provided)

Gentile has been with the Delhi Township Police Department for 24 years and serves as the assistant squad leader on day shift. Talbert House fights overdoses with neighborhood training Talbert House is hosting several community-based training sessions to combat the heroin epidemic and frequent overdoses occurring in Cincinnati’s neighborhood communities.

The next session is 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, at St. Therese Little Flower Parish, 5560 Kirby Ave.

The training provides guidance related to opioid overdose response and instruction on how to administer the life-saving drug naloxone, also known by the brand name Narcan. The non-narcotic medication will be furnished to attendees during each session. All community members of Mount Airy and surrounding neighborhoods are encouraged to attend.

Registration is free and required. Reserve a spot by following the link at www.talberthouse.org[2]. Additional sessions will be offered throughout the Cincinnati area including Camp Washington and Northside; Corryville and Mount Auburn, and Hartwell and Carthage.

Get ‘piece’ of the action with Puzzle Day competition Gather a team to compete at the annual Puzzle Day in support of The Children’s Home of Cincinnati’s High School for Students with Autism. Check-in time is 12:30 p.m.

Saturday, April 29 at Emery Building of The Children’s Home of Cincinnati, 5050 Madison Road. Competition begins at 1 p.m. Teams of two to four members will compete for fastest jigsaw puzzle completion times.

Friends and family not competing are invited to attend and cheer the puzzlers on to victory. Puzzle Day is the only fundraiser completely dedicated to the high school, so rest assured your contribution supports the needs of its students with autism and related disorders. Team categories include: Family (two to four members ages 5 and up – must include at least one team member age 18 or older); Adult (two to four members age 20 and older); and Teens (two to four members age 13-19.)

Ticket prices are £100 per team (lunch is included with registration) and £10 as a spectator. Prizes will be announced at 4 p.m. There is also a raffle for a variety of themed baskets.

Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase. A quiet room will also be available for those needing a break from the competition. To register, sponsor the event, or to make a donation visit puzzleday2017.mydagsite.com[3].

Funds raised at the Puzzle Day will be donated to The Children’s Home High School for Students with Autism. Mercy Health Facebook Live on esophageal cancer Mercy Health – Cincinnati is hosting a Facebook Live discussion on esophageal cancer featuring medical oncologist David Kirlin, M.D., and radiation oncologist Joseph Shaugnessy, M.D., both from Oncology Hematology Care, Inc., at noon Thursday, April 27.

The discussion can be found on the Mercy Health – Cincinnati[4] Facebook page, where it will also be archived if you can’t catch the discussion live. Drs. Kirlin and Shaugnessy will join Susan Brown, executive director of Mercy Health – Cincinnati’s cancer service line, to help viewers understand symptoms, causes and treatment options for this disease.

Those watching the livestream can post questions that Brown and the doctors will answer. This discussion is part of Mercy Health’s monthly series on cancer-related topics, including a demonstration on cancer-fighting foods and last year’s talks on breast cancer screening and metastatic breast cancer awareness. “Esophageal cancer is a leading cause of cancer deaths and there are things you can do to reduce your risk of developing it,” says Brown. “Drs.

Kirlin and Shaugnessy will give our community helpful information on how they can potentially reduce their risk of developing esophageal cancer and should it ever be diagnosed, the treatment options available to them.”

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References

  1. ^ www.lovelandoh.gov (www.lovelandoh.gov)
  2. ^ www.talberthouse.org (www.talberthouse.org)
  3. ^ puzzleday2017.mydagsite.com (puzzleday2017.mydagsite.com)
  4. ^ Mercy Health – Cincinnati (www.facebook.com)

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