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  • 1. homefront January 201 3T he O f f ici a l P ubl i c at i on Of T he HOAs Of The He r it age C lub, The Wo o ds, And Me di na h At He r it age C lub
  • 2. 2 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 3 OWN N PE Book your What is your party in our O Catering & Event Planning event room and receive FREE RENTAL Resolution? until March 31, 2012 Where Our Specialty is You Come and experience the difference Fresh Makes We can customize your menu to your needs. You can begin here with Stress Free Planning... Mine is to sell your home Tasting Emporium for the healthiest and freshest Olive Oils We are a value to you in so many ways... no hidden costs, our �irst price is "our" best price.... and finest aged Balsamic Vinegar Leave all the details to us... our service is exceptional Meeting room available for book clubs, PTA, bridal showers, ladies night out, etc. and most important our food is "YUMMY" 7671 Cox Lane (near Graeter’s) 513-847-4397 • We Cater to... Corporate- Receptions-Private In- House Parties- Social Gathers such as Retirement, Baby Showers, and Rehearsal Dinners Unmatched experience. Madeline S. Hoge executive sales vice president Service you thought disappeared. Give us a call or visit our website. 513-659-0095 • 513-847-4584 | Trusted advisor. 9405 Cincinnati Columbus Rd. West Chester, OH
  • 3. Note4 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 5h o a co n tac t i n f o r m at i o n : www.n2pub.comBill Partridge, President Tim Reisinger, Maxwell Pod © 2013 Neighborhood Networks Publishing, timreisinger@hotmail.comHeritage Club Pod ADVERTISING INFO Denny Martin, Maxwell Pod Publisher’sMickey Schonhoft, Heritage Club Pod N. CINCINNATI Bernadette AREA DIRECTOR 513-846-4606 Carol Hammons, Colt PodDieter Moeller, Ross Pod N. CINCINNATI EDITOR Elizabeth SALES MANAGER Emily Gilmartin CONTENT COORDINATOR Evonne MarinakisProperty Management CompanyScott Losekamp, Association ManagerTowne Properties Asset Management Medinah at Heritage Club Stonegate Property Management, Inc. ADVERTISING COORDINATOR Marci Fenter Hello,489-4059 (phone) Nancy M. Frankenfield CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Nancy Young, Evonne Marinakis, Rachel Giesel, I hope you are enjoying the holidays! I know that I am. What fun contributed to the Heritage HOMEfront in 2012. You 513-528-3990 Elizabeth McCabe it is to spend time with the people who mean the most to you! I created such a special publication by sharing your stories andTo view Heritage HOMEfront online, go to CONTRIBUTING Webb Photography hope you are taking time to do the same. After all, taking time to pictures. We are creating a few new sections in 2013 and areTo see some magazine pictures in color, go to PHOTOGRAPHERS 513-746-1810 enjoy your family and friends is what the holidays are all about! always looking for your ideas and input. If you have a sugges-Neighborhood Clubs / Organizations tion, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! With the holiday season also comes so many great Kodak DISCLAIMER: Any articles included in this publication and/or opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect theBridge Mah Jongg moments. I’m sure that you have some wonderful holiday pic- All of us at N2 Publishing wish you a safe and Happy New Year. views of N2 Publishing but remain solely those of the author(s). The paid advertisements contained within the HeritageJune Kazin - 573-9392 Stephanie Broshear - 398-8131 HOMEfront magazine are not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the publisher. Therefore, neither N2 Publishing tures that would make a great contribution to the Heritage HOMEfront. Feel free to send them our way. We are also look- Best Regards, Bernadette nor the publisher may be held liable or responsible for business practices of these companies. Note: When communityBook Club (Wednesday afternoon) Kindervelt events take place, photographers may be present to take photos for that event and they may be used in this publication. ing for any stories or neighborhood news. These are also wel-Carol Hammons - 573-7036 Michelle Moran - 240-9770 come features.Book Club (Evening)Trish O’Conner – 336-0095 This issue is dedicated to looking back to 2012. Although it Bernadette Hayes is impossible to include every picture submitted, we compiled North Cincinnati Area DirectorI mp o r t a n t P h o n e N u m b e r s Primrose School some of the best. I hope you enjoy a trip down memory lane! I would like to give a special thank you to those residents who 513-846-4606 (513) 469-1112 Time-Warner Cable of Mason (513) 591-7700 Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) 5888 Snider Rd (513) 459-7711 Heritage Country Club Mason, OH 45040 ON THE COVER 513.336.6756 (513) 925-2525 Non-emergency Police and Fire Depts 800-544-6900 Duke Energy (513) 298-3000 West Chester Hospital The Best of 2012 in pictures! Schools (513)459-2850 Mason Intermediate Campus (513)398-9035 Mason Middle School (513)398-5025 Mason High School (513)398-3821 St. Susanna Elementary School (513)247-0900 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Educational Child Care for Infants through (513) 770-3223 Mars Hill Academy Private Kindergarten and After School Heritage HOMEfront Jennifer Mueller, Contact for the Woods ©2011 Primrose School Franchising Company. All rights reserved. Michelle Moran, Contact for Medinah at Heritage Club
  • 4. 6 NeighborhoodSponsors Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodSponsors 7 This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a HARDWOOD FLOOR INSURANCE Webb Photography UNO Chicago Grill trusted neighborhood vendor and service provider to use. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with the businesses sponsoring the Heritage CLEANING State Farm- Meinberg (513) 746-1810 (513) 942-6646 HOMEfront. Clean Brite (513) 891-0100 (513) 791-0509 PLUMBING SERVICES ROOFING These local businesses are proud to partner with your neighborhood and make this newsletter possible. Please support these businesses and thank LANDSCAPE / DESIGN Fox Plumbing LLC CONTRACTORS them for supporting Heritage Club! HEALTH & HOME Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 259-0699 Fasten Pro Roofing Angela Henry (513) 759-4700 (513) 774-9495 (513) 258-3455 PRESCHOOL LAWN CARE / Primrose of Mason SALON HEALTH & MAINTENANCE (513) 336-6756 Lunatic FringeAUTO DEALERSHIP CARPET CLEANING DRY CLEANERS & FURNITURE & WELLNESS Lawn Improvement Team (513) 795-1542Porsche of Kings Automall Clean Brite LAUNDERERS GIFTS Fitness 19 (513) 839-0367 The Goddard School(513) 851-5900 (513) 791-0509 Widmers Isaacs Shaker Hill (513) 336-7519 (513) 398-2777 SECURITY (513) 321-7600 (513) 899-2927 MASSAGE Protect Your HomeAUTOMOTIVE BODY Widmers HEATING & AIR Lighthouse Massage Therapy PRINTING (866) 224-1816REPAIR (513) 321-7600 FAMILY FUN & GARAGE MAKEOVERS CONDITIONING (513) 543-1716 Bethart Printing SolutionsWest Chester Autobody PARTIES Garage Storage and More Hauser Air (513) 942-0088 SPECIALTY FOODS(513) 777-3857 CATERING Jump & Jacks (513) 779-3400 (513) 777-7979 NAIL SALON The Spicy Olive At Your Service (513) 779-5867 Caravelle Nail Spa PRIVATE SCHOOL (513) 847-4397BALLOON & PARTY (513) 847-4584 Ideal Garage Solutions Thomas & Galbraith (513) 777-2666 Cincinnati Hills Christian AcademySUPPLIES FINANCIAL SERVICES (513) 562-7542 (513) 825-6805 (513) 247-0900 TRANSPORTATIONParty Discounters CHIROPRACTOR Edward Jones, Bill Lendl PAINTING & TAXI(513) 755-6974 Delta Chiropractic (513) 777-5555 GARDEN CENTER HOME Market Ready Home Services REAL ESTATE All Around Taxi (513) 398-2000 Berns Landscaping IMPROVEMENT (513) 289-9231 Jean Raga- Sibcy Cline (513) 894-8500BANKING FITNESS (513) 423-5306 Champion Windows (513) 677-1830First Financial bank Live Well Chiropractic Center Pilates Cycling of Mason (513) 898-1694 Master Touch TRAVEL(513) 234-7100 (513) 285-7482 (513) 428-1129 Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 759-1685 Madeline Hoge-Sibcy Cline Provident Travel (513) 759-4700 HOME THEATER (513) 659-0095 (513) 382-0850Peoples First Savings Bank CONCIERGE SERVICES Title Boxing Club SYSTEMS PARTY RENTALS /(513) 398-1040 Best Friend Errand Service (513) 779-8221 GRANITE / MARBLE / Hanson Audio Video INFLATABLES Sandra Peters - Comey Shepherd WEB SITE DESIGN (513) 283-4535 NATURAL STONE (937) 293-6200 Affordable Party Rental & Supply (513) 300-2518 De Novo DezignBEAUTY SALON FLOORING Cincinnati Stone Works (513) 895-2777 (513) 886-7010Exquisite Beauty Spa DJ / PRIVATE PARTIES Market Ready Home Services (513) 777-7090 HOSPITAL REMODELING / HOME(513) 779-0343 / WEDDINGS (513) 289-9231 Fort Hamilton Hospital PERSONAL & IMPROVEMENT WEIGHT LOSS / Big Daddy Walker Productions HANDYMAN AND (513) 867-2000 SPORTS TRAINING deStefano Brothers Remodeling NUTRITIONBUSINESS COACHING (513) 678-2107 FLOORING, CARPET, REMODELING Explosion Fitness Solutions (513) 755-7471 Advanced WellnessFocal Point Coaching HARDWOOD SERVICES HOTEL (513) 870-0203 (513) 407-5775(937) 572-2368 DENTIST Bockrath Flooring & Rugs Handyman Connection Holiday Inn I-275 North RESTAURANT Hardin Advanced Dentistry (937) 438-0870 (513) 733-3777 (513) 563-8330 PHOTOGRAPHY Geisha Hibachi Grill & Sushi Bar (513) 322-2122 Just Kids Photography (513) 777-3888 Wingate by Wyndham (513) 847-4417 (513) 777-1101 Jags Steak & Seafood (513) 860-5353
  • 5. 8 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 9 Crime StoppersThe accompanying table shows a break- During this period there was a theft reported in the Heritage Club Pod. These statis-down of police activity for the one-month tics remind us that we should continue to be vigilant and report any suspicious activityperiod beginning October 16, 2012 and that we see to the Mason police (925-2525).ending November 15, 2012. This summa-ry table is compiled from Mason Police This report does not cover residents of the Woods as their subdivision is outside theincident logs for the period. jurisdiction of the Mason Police Department. October 16, 2012 through November 15, 2012 Theft, Criminal Traffic Crash, Suspicious Extra Alarm Drops and Area Damage No Injury Activity Patrols Other** Ross Pod - - - - - Heritage Club Pod 1 - - 2 5 Maxwell Pod - - - 2 6 Colt Pod - - - - 1 Braid Lane - - - - - The Woods* Total 1 - - 4 12 A t Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, science is * The Mason Police Department does not tabulate incidents in The Woods. more than a class, it’s a way of thinking. It’s where **911 hangups, animal complaints, lockouts, parking violations, noise, etc. the pursuit of knowledge and faith intersect, and no question is off limits. A student’s story starts early and builds with each year: from learning about“If you must leave your car outside a locked garage, take care to remove any valuables at night” – Mason Police the complex properties of water in kindergarten to conducting water quality research in AP Environmental Science, our faculty inspires each student to observe, investigate and understand the world around them. Along the way, they Lighthouse Massage Therapy become part of a dynamic faith community that develops character and shapes lives. Step into our INQUISITIVE F classroom and begin your story. $10 OF r u 1st 1-Ho e Massag Just me ntion By Appointment Only CINCINNATI HILLS this ad CH R I S T I A N AC A D E M Y • Swedish Massage • Hot Stone • Deep Tissue Massage • Reflexology • Pregnancy Massage • Reverse Ionic Detox VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSE - Saturday, February 2, 2013 | 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 3476 Irwin Simpson Road, Suite 111 Mason, Ohio 45040 513-543-1716 Unleashing a passion to learn, lead and serve |
  • 6. 10 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 11 Meet Neighbors…. Eat FREE Food…. Try a New Restaurant Are you stuck in a restaurant rut? Do you keep going to the regarding the experience. Please note that residents are also asked same restaurant time and time again and ordering the same to pay for their own “adult” beverages and provide a tip of $5 per item? Isn’t it time to try something new? If so, why don’t you person for the great service. join us for this month’s Restaurant Review? It would be great to have you! Our featured restaurant this month is Claddagh Irish If you are interested in attending, please email specialevents@ Pub, located on 5075 Deerfield Blvd. in Mason. Our outing will We do have limited seating for this event, be on January 28th from 6:30–8:30. so please RSVP only if you are positive that you can attend. When all spots are taken, we will start a wait list in the event of In exchange for this FREE opportunity to sample dishes at a cancellation. Claddagh Irish Pub, residents are asked to provide their input Due to the overwhelming response for Restaurant Reviews, we have decided to send out an email to residents before the Heri- tage HOMEfront is delivered in the mail. This will enable everyone to receive the Restaurant Review information at the same time since publications are often delivered on different days in the same neighborhood. The contact list for Heritage Club will be used for this purpose. However, if you have not given us your email address before, please email and we will be happy to add you to the list. Important Heritage Club Shout Out... HOA Websites - Condolences to... takes you to the Heritage Club Property Documents folder Our heartfelt sympathy goes to the fam- - ily of Carol Kilroy, who died November takes you to the Forms folder 20 after a long illness. - takes you to the past magazine issues - takes you to our service directory
  • 7. daytime CLUB12 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 13Ways to Contribute toUpcoming Editions BOOK The daytime book club met to review merizing tale of impossibly difficult decisions and the conse-the Heritage HOMEfront!!! The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Sted- man. This is an emotionally complex quences of terrible secrets. It becomes easy to relate with all the characters and their different viewpoints while feeling their joy story taking place in the early 1920’s at and pain. This is Stedman’s debut novel, which we found to beBusiness Owners Wanted a lighthouse on Janus Rock far off the well written and thoroughly engrossing.We are in need of resident business owners for our popular coast of Australia. A young couple, TomBusiness Beat feature. If you own your own business, we would and Isabel, live there alone with very little Our January book is Defending Jacob by William Landay aboutlove to hear from you. What a great way to build up clientele by contact with anyone else. Tom has spent a fourteen-year-old boy accused of murder. For February we willreaching out to the residents of your local neighborhood! By Carol Hammons four harrowing years in World War I, and read The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce. We Isabel is a sweet, lively woman who enjoys meet the second Wednesday of the month at noon for lunchPrecious Pets living on this isolated island. with discussion following. All are welcome to join us.Do you have a four-legged friend in your household? Maybeyou have a tabby cat or a golden retriever, or maybe a pet frog eveningCLUB Their moral dilemma begins when a boat washes up on theor even a gecko. If so, why don’t you let your neighbors know all island carrying a dead man and a living baby. This starts a mes-about your bundle of joy by sharing your Precious Pet with theHeritage HOMEfront!Travel TalesHas your family gone on vacation recently? Wouldn’t you like BOOKto tell others about it? Sure you would. Whether you traveled tothe Smoky Mountains or to an exotic island, we want to knowall about your Travel Tale!Please send all pictures and story ideas to by January 20th. We lookforward to including them in an upcoming edition ofthe Heritage HOMEfront! Karen Thompson Walkers first novel, The that life as most people know it has been unalterably changed Age of Miracles, is a fascinating quick-read in every way -- socially, environmentally, physically, mentally, Call 513-733-3777 story of pre-teen Julia who lives at a time economically, morally, etc. The book is a thought-provoking Service you can trust! when the earth mysteriously slows on its science/fiction work that engages the reader with its believable axis, creating ever-lengthening days and episodes in a young girls life as she advances into an adulthood Done Right! nights with all the problems that creates. of uncertain realities and implied doom. The evening book club Done Quick! Her very believable coming-of-age expe- found the book highly readable, entertaining, and not beyond Guaranteed! riences are heightened by the awareness the realm of possibilities. By Rita Armentrout See pictures & learn more about us at
  • 8. 14 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 15 ISAACS’ SHAKER HILLCooks’ 513-899-2927 • 3534 E. US 22-3 Morrow, OH corner • Open 10-5 Monday-Saturday By Resident Carol HammonsSAUSAGE MUSHROOM CRESCENTS Stress free½ lb. pork sausage In a large skillet sauté sausage and mushrooms until sausage all leather1 cup chopped mushrooms has browned. Stir in cream cheese until well blended. Set aside Special $6991 - 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese to cool.2 – 8 oz. cans crescent rolls1 egg, beaten Separate crescent roll dough into 8 rectangles; press perforationsPoppy seeds to seal. Spread cooled sausage mixture evenly over each rectangle of dough to within ¼ inch of edges. Starting with the long sides, roll up each rectangle jellyroll style and pinch seams to seal. Brush rolls with beaten egg and sprinkle with poppy seeds. Cut each roll into 1 inch pieces and place seam-side down on an ungreased We invite you to stop by and browse through baking sheet. Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 10 to 12 our showrooms and see the quality we put minutes or until lightly browned. Yields about 4 dozen. into every piece of furniture we create. Buy 1 Admission Get 1 FREE for Friday Fun Nights! One coupon per customer.
  • 9. 16 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 17News fromHeritage ClubUltimate Girls Night Out Was a FabulousFun-Filled Evening!Heritage Club hosted its 8th Annual Ultimate Girls Night Outon Thursday, October 25th. This traditional event is somethingthe ladies of the Heritage always look forward to! This year’sevent included over 20 unique vendor boutiques, which wereset-up around the clubhouse so the ladies could shop all eveninglong. This year’s vendors included: It’s In the Details, RobinC Jewelry, Gems Boutique, Apparel Design & Solutions, TigerArlington, Classic Prep Monograms, Elizabeth’s Closet, Otazu, Your Specialists for Painting,The Stash, Lu Lu’s, Missy & Jack, Silly Bean, Stella & Dot, Flooring & MoreFancy Finds Jewelry, Busom Buds, Miche Bags, The Nest, 3French Hens, Trish McEvoy and Welling Jewelers. In additionto fabulous shopping, there were delicious food stations and amartini bar. The DJ kept the ladies dancing into the wee hoursof the night! This event also helped to benefit the Don Greer Quality Work • Exceptional ServiceMemorial Scholarship Fund. A portion of the entry fee was Competitive Pricingdonated to the charity and as additional fundraising, the charity FREE ESTIMATES • Commercial & Residentialraffled a basket of booze and a $500 shopping spree to Ken-wood Town Center. The ladies of Heritage Club look forward 513-289-9231to another great event in 2013! •
  • 10. Looking18 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 19 Heritage HOMEfront completed its second full year in print in 2012. With the contributions of the residents of our six pods THANK YOU to the KIDS who -- Ross/Mackenzie, Heritage Club Drive/Morris/McDonald/ gave us the smiles. Neville, The Woods and its six streets, Maxwell/Raynor, Colt/ Tillinghast and Braid Lane, we have managed to create a pub- lication of the residents, by the residents, and for the residents. ... At this time of year we are going to look back at some of the back highlights. Although this issue will feature only some of the families, children and pets spotlighted in 2012, we would like to thank EVERYONE for all their contributions. It’s your partici- pation that makes the Heritage HOMEfront so successful. Madeline Rafi with tennis star Roger Federer Grant and Alexis Veldhuis at Kids’ Craft Night at HeritageTHANK YOU to the MOMS who gave us photo THANK YOU to the DADS who are every child’s Jeremy Cassinelliops, blurbs, and pictures. Here are a few of them…. heroes. Some we know…Alison Martin, Sue Oswalt, Carol Boes, Denise Lynde, and Karen Iannuzzi John Mattes John Iannuzzi Emily Rebella, third from left, chose one of the fairest days of the year to set up her Kool-Aid stand at the Madeline and Riley Jones Kennedy and Margo Mattes, corner of Oakbrook Dr. and Berkley Ct. in The Woods. Colin and Claire Juffer as well as Emilys big sister Whitney and Courtney Kaemmer Sydney, all residents of The Woods, are also featured in the photo.Julie Szwaluk Jeff Vaughn Easter Bunny and Julia Pecord Welcome to the world, Jay Vaughn! continued...
  • 11. 20 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 21...continuedTHANK YOU to the FAMILIES who are the THANK YOU to ourbackbone of our community. Some of them… TERRIFIC TEENS AND KIDS who inspire us. Traci, Katie and Cody Allgor and Sue Leffler taking a break from sorting and packing school supplies for Mason Jack Lund organized The Hungry for a Cure 5K for Schools Foundation Prader Willi SyndromeThe Cassinelli Family The Goodwin and Young Families Josh Vonderhaar accepted Bailey Nix and Nicole Reid formed their own day camp Irini Skoufalos donated her books to Mason Public Library into Music for All’s for kids National Honor Band continued...The Francis Family The Ahmed Family The Block Family
  • 12. 22 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 23 ...continued THANK YOU to the FUN LOVERS who do it for so many worthwhile causes. Here are some…. Brenda Houser-Langlas, Deanne Raizk, Hostess Linda Randolph, Peg Cotter and Marilyn Partridge, guests at Run Olivia Ruebella raised money and volunteered to walk in for the Roses table. the 2nd Annual Blazin with Love 5K Elizabeth Smith, Amy Mueller, Co-Chairs of Lunch at the Links; Michelle Moran, President, KV 19. Our wonderful HOA President, Bill Partridge donates Laurel Markley volunteers telescope to Warren County Observatory with Dragonfly Mackenzie Curt volunteers for the March of Dimes The Plaid Open Participants continued...
  • 13. 24 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 25 Hardin Advanced Dentistry Need Help Cleaning Up Christmas ?? Welcome to Our New, State of the Art Facility WE CAN HELP TAKE DOWN THE CHRISTMAS TREE, PUT ORNAMENTS AND OTHER DECORATIONS AWAY Our new facility allows Dr. Tara Hardin and Dr. Gary Hardin tooffer our patients the latest dental technology in a beautiful, spa-like Welcome to Caravelle Nail Spa GEISHA Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar is an authentic fusion Japanese restaurant with new modern looks, atmosphere. Our extensive dental services, healthcare screenings, and emphasis on patient care & comforts make your visit to A Touch of Professionalism serving Hibachi Grill, Sushi Bar & Lounge. All the dishes are made-to-order, with Hibachi chefs We get your “TO DO” LIST done Hardin Advanced Dentistry unlike any other dental visit Hours: Mon-Fri: 10am-8pm • Sat: 10am-7-pm • Sunday: 12pm-6pm cooking on sizzling Hibachi grill and master sushi chefs • Errand Running 6862 Liberty Plaza Dr. Suite 400 • Liberty Township, Oh 45044 making fresh sushi dishes before your eyes. you’ve experienced. • Pet Care Only 1/2 mile North of SR 129 on Cincinnati-Dayton Rd. Across From Children’s Hospital. • Party Planning Call today for your complimentary Smile Makeover Consultation 513-777-2666 $10 GIFT CERTIFICATE WITH PURCHASE OF $40 OR MORE • Personal Assistant for Business We can arrange for your wedding party or special event. $39 • Gift Buying 513.322.2122 Signature Not valid on major holidays, special events, with any other coupon, discount, gift card purchase or carry-out order. One certificate per party per table. Mani/Pedi START ENJOYING MORE TIME FOR YOU 5350 Socialville-Foster Road 10% off Offer expires January 31,2013. on Full Service 7691 Voice of America Centre Drive Locally Owned Mason, OH We accept all competitors coupons up to 20% like us on Facebook West Chester, OH 45069 513-777-3888 • by Sue Glew 513-283-4535 • Sports Performance Training SPEED • AGILITY • STRENGTH • Personal Training PROFESSIONAL CLEANING WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH Let Explosion help you and/or your athlete reach goals! > Trainers with Degrees in Exercise Science > Enthusiastic Trainers • Hardwood Floor Cleaning 1 Week FREE 1 Week FREE • Tile And Grout Cleaning Sports Performance Training Boot Camp classes ( For Adults ) Gift Certificates $119 Value $75 Value available for Holiday giving • Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning Expires 1-31-13. Athletes 8-22 yrs Expires 1-31-13 Mason Fairfield • Appointments To Fit Your Needs-Even Saturday 3143 Western Row Rd. 530 Quality Boulevard Maineville, Oh 45039 Fairfield, OH 45014 513-791-0509 513-234-0787 513-870-0203 Visit Our Website For Coupons |
  • 14. 26 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 27...continuedTHANK YOU to our GRADUATES who make us SOOO proud!!! James Nosek, Braid LaneMorgan Prescott, Ross Drive Elias MAGANA, Braid Lane Madeline Rafi, Maxwell Dr. Jenna McLeod, Tillinghast Ct. continued... Maria Staley, Neville Ct. Elena Cassinelli, graduated from St. Susanna Monica Lynde, Raynor Court Smiti Gupta, Maxwell Drive Cara Nwankwo, Maxwell Drive Maria Jose Hurtado, Mackenzie Ct.Matthew Francis, Braid Lane Paul Procario, Braid Lane, Bachelor of Mechanical EnginneeringTom Oswalt, Maxwell Dr, Cornell University with Bach-elors in Operations Research and Engineering 1/31/13Joey Collins, McDonald Ct. Melissa Iannuzzi, Maxwell Drive Sara Ahmed, Mackenzie Ct.
  • 15. 28 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 29...continuedTHANK YOU to the ATHLETES who THANK YOU to theprovided the thrills. Some of them... RESIDENTS who attended a Heritage HOMEfront Event. Some of them… Jag’s Restaurant ReviewGreat picture of the Heritage Club Tennis Team that competed against Riverside Rac-quet Club on June 27. Heritage Club won 9–3. Pictured is Antonia Mordino, EmmaKruse, Chris Allgor, Kelly Reid, Annie Kruse, Danielle Reid, and Nicole Reid. (Notpictured but usually competes as well is Bailey Nix.) Mark Iannuzzi, Freshman Baseball, Mason High School Just Kids Photography Event on May 30th Marlin & Ray’s Restaurant Review Eavan Reed, Gymnastics State Emma Thacker, Soccer Debbie Wagner’s Pool Party for KV-19 Ladies’ Night Out at Massage Envy continued... Champion A Healthy Home for a Healthier You Offering an economical and ecofriendly lifestyle. Ranging from exceptional cleaners to superior dog treats. See Green. Go Green. Save Green. 513-258-3455 angelahenry99@gmail.comCasey Gilligan, Senior Golfer for Moeller High School Jake Vonderhaar, Lacrosse
  • 16. 30 Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 31 ...continued THANK YOU to the BUSINESS PEOPLE who shared their stories. Some of them… Bring in this ad for 20% off your purchase 6282 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd. • 513.759.4700 Valid until 01.31.12 Dr. Abdul Q. Ahmed of Miami Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Dr. Masood Ahmad and Wife Shakila Debbie Wagner and D G Drywalling Service, Inc. Nancy L. Groves-Van Buskirk, Creator of NLG Designs Ahmad, Allergy and Asthma Specialty Center continued... Give Yourself the Gift of AFFORDABLE Health & Energy this year! Party Rental & Supply · Concession Equipment Say Yes to YOU with a Personalized Plan · Inflatables designed for YOU and YOUR Lifestyle. · Carnival Games · Audio Equipment Call Jen to make your · Tables & Chairs · Tents resolution a REALITY! 513-895-APRS (2777) 513-407-5775 •
  • 17. 32 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront NeighborhoodNews 33 THANK YOU to the MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF HERITAGE...continued CLUB who hosted grand and small events.Fourth of July Celebration at Heritage Club THANK YOU to the NEW FAMILIES WHO JOINED US. Here are two of them…Everyone cooling off at pool Grant Stradley as Captain America 2012 Easter at Heritage Club A big welcome to Char Schaefer, who recently moved back to the Greater Cincinnati New neighbor, Val Scholl (far right) of Maxwell Drive, was welcomed to the hood area from Arizona. Char is shown here on the right, seated next to Trish OConnor. with lunch at Heritage Club by Sue McCafferty, Julie Wilson, Rita Armentrout, Looking over their shoulders is (left to right) Joan Campbell and Debbie Wagner. Char and Sue Smith. Val and her husband, David Scholl, relocated here from the Denver, was at lunch with the Thursday Ladies Luncheon group. Colorado area. THANK YOU to our WRITERS who educated us. Some of them...Pumpkin carving at the Annual Family Freak Out at the Club A Day At the Oscars, Marilyn Partridge, Julie Wilson and Sue Smith Micki Lindsay Trish O’Connor Rita Armentrout Michael Schiaparelli, writer of Meritage Club columnMargie Paulson, Juanita Sweeney, Stephanie Broshear, Cheryl Frey, and Carol Pecord at the Happy Birthday to You Susan G. Komen, Pink Ribbon Golf Classic 2012 Jeanne Reisinger Carol Hammons – Daytime Book Club Alison MartinTable--Lunch at the Links 2012 continued...
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  • 19. 36 NeighborhoodNews Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront FinancialFitness 37 Where in the World kidscornerThe Goddard School®, located at 754 Reading Rd. in Mason, Are Good Investment Opportunities? Written by Edward Jones Back in first grade or so, you learned that U.S. territory ended where Mexico’s or Canada’s began. Geographically speaking, that is still true. But when it comes to investing, you don’t have to remain within U.S.OH, recommends trying new activities with your child! borders — because you can find opportunities anywhere in the world.Snowball Hunt This fact shouldn’t surprise you. After all, we all buy a great in which to invest. However, by the time you get around to many products produced outside the U.S. — and the compa- investing in these areas, they may already have begun to coolBring the “snow” and fun indoors. nies making those items are likely listed on a stock exchange off. And, in any case, a “hot” region does not guarantee a siz-Let your children work on their fine motor skills! somewhere. But there are a lot of foreign companies. How can zling investment. Evaluate special risks and your diversification you know which ones offer the best investment potential? And needs before jumping on the bandwagon of a particular countryMaterials: when you buy shares of international stocks, is there anything or region.12 cotton balls per child special you need to know? Limit Foreign Holdings1 marker Before investing in global equities, you may want to work with Ultimately, you’ll probably want to limit your foreign holdings1 egg carton per child an investment professional — someone with the experience and to no more than 10% to 15% of your overall portfolio. But don’t research capabilities necessary to evaluate investment oppor- ignore international stocks. Keep in mind that the U.S. repre-Instructions: tunities in an unfamiliar environment. But, whether you work sents only 30% of the world’s economy — so you have several• Label each egg carton cup 1 through 12. • Hide the cotton balls around the room (12 cotton balls per with someone or not, keep these points in mind: continents’ worth of possibilities out there. child). • Have the children walk around the room, looking for the Special risks — Every investment — no matter where it hidden “snowballs.” originates — carries some type of risk. But if you’re evaluat- • Encourage each child to put the “snowballs” in order when ing a foreign stock, you have to consider the usual risk factors they find them (1 through 12). — strength of management, competitiveness of products, etc. • Once all the “snowballs” have been found, count them — and then look at some special risks, including considerable together! changes in market value, lack of liquidity, political instability, currency fluctuations, economic climate, foreign taxes and dif- Soapy Snowballs ferences in financial reporting standards. (Talk to an investment professional to learn about other potential risks associated with This is a great way for your child to play in the snow during international investing.) As you’ll notice, most of these elements bath time! Its simple to make a soapy snowball, just follow the share a high degree of unpredictability, so you can’t plan for directions below. them in your assessment of a foreign stock’s overall risk. But you can at least factor in these uncertainties when making invest- Materials: ment decisions. Bar Soap Water Diversification — Some investment principles are universal — and diversification is certainly one of them. By investing in Directions: foreign stocks, you can help diversify a portfolio that may be 1. Soak the bar of soap in water until you are able to break it exclusively devoted to U.S. companies. But even within your into two pieces. global stocks, you can diversify — by company, industry and 2. Mold the soap into two snowballs. country. This last item is particularly important; if a country is 3. Dry the snowballs -- they will flake giving a more realistic going through some type of turmoil, the effects can drag down look. the entire economy and all industries. 4. Use the soapy snowballs during bath time! “Hot” regions — Every so often, a particular region grabs the attention of market watchers. The Pacific Rim, Latin America, *Children should have adult supervision throughout this activity. Western Europe — all have taken their turns as “hot” regions
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  • 21. 40 LocalEvents Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront LocalEvents 41 hour running time may make the show unsuitable for your own nally published in 1823) solidified the American tradition of Santa youngsters, but the shows message, content and story are a defi- Claus. Nineteenth-century illustrations by Thomas Nast gave Santa nite dont-miss for tweens and above. Claus the image we still associate with the jolly old elf. This exhibi- January When: Various times depending on the day tion in the Sinton Gallery includes 13 antique illustrated editions of Where: Aronoff Center for the Arts ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas ranging from the 1850s through 650 Walnut Street the 1920s as well as selected illustrations created by Nast for Harp- Cincinnati, OH 45202 er’s publications depicting nursery rhymes, scenes from childhood, Admission: $52+ depending on seating and Santa himself. L OCA L E V E NT S For More Information: 513-621-2787 or By Evonne Marinakis Antique Christmas at the Taft Museum of Art Each year the Taft Museum of Art features old-fashioned Christmas January 20-22 & 25-29 decorations; antique German feather trees trimmed with orna- Travel, Sports & Boat Show ments and surrounded by toys from earlier generations. But every The 54th Annual Cincinnati Travel, Sports & Boat Show presented year the Christmas display also includes something new and dif- by RAM Trucks boasts 250,000 square feet of boats and 400 com- ferent. This year visitors will be able to see an intricate Christmas panies representing boats, marine services, travel destinations, and village composed of many houses and inhabited by small lead outdoors fun all indoors on one huge exhibit floor. This is the best figures; a tree with Russian paper and glass ornaments represent-January 6 tours have been scheduled. Hosted by a local group dedicated to time to buy, book, or as a last resort, just plain dream about boats! ing Russian fairy tales; a miniature Santa’s toy shop; a Tudor-styleGuided Ghost Tour of Cincinnati Music Hall investigating, documenting, and researching such claims (Cincin- Dont forget the Cincinnati Golf Show takes place on the first week- dollhouse; a tree bearing American-made World War II ornaments;Music Hall is one of Cincinnatis most iconic buildings, and a nati Research & Paranormal Studies), the Guided Ghost Tours will end of the boat show and the Cincinnati Hunting & Fishing Show a display of early wooden Jack-in-the-box toys; a collection ofNational Historic Landmark. Its also said to be haunted! Many show you a side of Music Hall not often seen by patrons attending takes place on the last 5 days! wire-wrapped blown-glass ornaments; and a tree decorated withof the stories about Music Hall have deep historical roots, most performances. A parent or guardian must accompany children When: Various times throughout each day antique paper dolls, among other visual treats, all from the centurystemming from the early days of the city, and the graveyards under 18. Where: Duke Energy Cincinnati Convention Center that the former Taft house was inhabited (1820–1931). Festivelocated in the area. For those who are fascinated by the history When: 7:00pm and 9:30pm Admission: Adults $11; Children (13 and under) FREE! Save $3 greenery will deck the halls and exterior of the house and the din-and paranormal potential of this unique venue, special after-hours Where: Cincinnati Music Hall when you purchase at your local Kroger with your Kroger Plus card. ing room will be set for the holidays with sparkling china, crystal, 1241 Elm Street For More Information: and silver. Cincinnati, OH 45202 and-boat-show When: Tuesday through Sunday 11am–5pm Admission: $25 Where: The Taft Museum of Art For More Information: Through January 29 316 Pike Street Once Upon a Time at Christmas Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 January 17-29 The holiday season has long been a magical time for children. Admission: Included with regular admission; FREE on Sundays Billy Elliot Clement C. Moore’s poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (origi- For More Information: 513-241-0343 or Billy Elliot the Musical is the joyous celebration of one boys jour- ney to make his dreams come true. Set in a small town, the story follows Billy as he stumbles out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class, discovering a surprising passion that inspires his family and his whole community. A big musical with an even bigger heart, Billy Elliot will enchant the dreamer in all of us. Based on the inter- national smash-hit film, Billy Elliot is brought to life by a phenom- enal cast of 45 and the Tony Award-winning creative team (director Stephen Daldry, choreographer Peter Darling and writer Lee Hall) along with music legend Elton John, who has written what the New York Post calls “his best score yet!” Age 13 and above -- just because a show is about a child doesnt mean its necessarily for children. The show is littered liberally with the sort of bad language youd expect to find in a blue-collar community during tough times (some of the expletives are deliv- ered by the shows child stars themselves including the use of the F-word), though nothing worse than youd hear on your average late-night cable drama. A few mildly violent riot scenes and a 2+
  • 22. 42 Real EstateResource Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 43Featured properties may not be listed by the office/agent presenting this brochure.Source Multiple Listing Service. All information herein has not been verified and is not guaranteed.Supplied by Sandra L. Peters, Senior Sales Vice President, PBD,SRS Comey & Shepherd RealtorsAddress Neighborhood List Price Sale Price Beds Baths Type Of Property4665 Braid Lane Heritage Club $1,099,000 4 4 Active Listing4906 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $924,680 4 5 Active Listing4276 MacKenzie Ct Heritage Club $899,900 6 5 Active Listing6537 Heritage Club Ct Heritage Club $897,000 4 5 Active Listing4936 Tillinghast Heritage Club $499,900 4 4 Active Listing4562 Raynor (lot) Heritage Club $349,500 Active Listing4659 MacDonald Heritage Club $4,000 4 4 For Lease4150 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $2,098,000 4 6 Pending4723 Braid Lane Heritage Club $769,000 3 3 Pending4579 Morris Ct Heritage Club $624,900 4 4 Pending4464 Raynor Heritage Club $1,349,000 $900,000 5 5 Recently SoldLot 256 Braid Lane Heritage Club $149,000 $130,000 SoldLot 257 Braid Lane Heritage Club $125,000 $107,500 Sold4629 MacDonald Ct Heritage Club $875,000 $840,000 4 5 Sold Providing Insurance4922 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $875,000 $800,000 4 4 Sold and Financial Services Home Office, Bloomington, Illinois 61710 George W. Meinberg Agent, Heritage Club Resident 9400 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45242 A home priced right will net quicker results - Many sellers mistakenly 513-891-0100 Rest Assured, our Techs are industry trained, uniformed, courteous, drug tested & background checked. think that they can muscle the market. Seller leverage, which lasts up to ninety days, and during which time the seller typically realizes the best price, takes advantage of being new to the market, and of having the greatest degree of buyer interest. Unfortunately, during this critical period, most sellers have put here a “let’s try it” price on their home. Too often, sellers believe that they have to create pricing room for someone to make a lower offer. Yet, Realtors often find that a well priced home sells very close to the asking price and sometimes, even in the current market, in multiple offers. The market determines the price. The seller’s job is to reflect the current market in their listing price. Advertise y Call today for a Free Market Analysis! Locall ned & $300 OFF Ow ted! Good On any Job Opera $1000 or more Coupon not valid with any other offer. Interior/Exterior Painting Must be presented at time of estimate. Expires January 31, 2013 Call us TODAY for a FREE estimate!
  • 23. 44 Resident BusinessGuide Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront CouponSection 45resident business guideThese are residents within your neighborhood who own businesses. To find out how to get a free listing for your business, sendus an email at of Mason LLCALLERGY & ASTHMA CENTER HEATING AND AIR PSYCHIATRIST Sibcy Cline Realtors 6209 Snider Rd. Suite DAllergy & Asthma SpecialtyCenter CONDITIONING Thomas and Galbraith Heating Professional Psychiatric Services Madeline S. Hoge, Executive Vice President Mason, OH 45040 513-428-1129Masood Ahmad, M.D. and Cooling Drs. Mohamed Aziz and Gihan Razik (513) 659-0095(513) 777-7097 Michael Weber (513) 229-7585 (513) 825-6805 TELECOMMUNICATIONSBIODIESEL TECHNOLOGY The Christ Hospital Medical Advanced TechnologyPROVIDER & BIODIESEL INSURANCE Associates Consulting, Inc. dba ATCPRODUCER State Farm Insurance Hanish Sethi, MD, Head Director of David GoodwinJatro Diesel George Meinberg Psychiatry (513) 323-1122Rahul Bobbili, Vice President & Co - (513) 891-0100 (513) 585-3690 www.4atc.comFounder 847-8050 WEB DESIGN AND MORTGAGES PSYCHIATRY, ADDICTION & BUSINESS SOLUTIONS The Mortgage Network of PAIN CARE De Novo DezignCUSTOM JEWELRY/REPAIR Ohio Inc. Individual Care Center Maria KalomenidouTiger Arlington LLC Jeff Steinacker Abe Soliman, M.D. (513) 886-7010Alison Martin, G.G. (GIA) (513) 607-6079 (513) 774-9444 490-4048 PHYSICAL THERAPY REAL ESTATEDERMATOLOGIST Oxford Physical Therapy Comey & Shepherd RealtorsMason Dermatology Center Centers Sandra Peters, Senior Sales ViceJan Fu, M.D., Ph. D Ken Rusche President(513) 459-1988 ken.rusche@oxfordphysicaltherapy. (513) com www.oxfordphysicaltherapy.comFITNESS Comey & Shepherd RealtorsPilates Cycling of Mason Stephanie BroshearCathy Kurlemann (513) 260-6179(513) 428-1129
  • 24. 46 HomeMatters ClassifiedAds Heritage Homefront January January Heritage Homefront 47 To place classified listings, please email them to b.hayes@ I Listings are FREE and will be in our Wetherington, As a Matter of Fact…classified ads Four Bridges, & Heritage Club publications. You are welcome to submit one photo with your listing. We are not limited to just Home Staging is the act of preparing a private residence for sale by appealing to all potential buyers. items for sale. FOR RENT: Ocean view home on Hilton Head Island for For Sale: Graco Travel System with stroller, car base, and infant carrier. Purchased Why should YOU consider Staging? rent. This 4BR/4BA home can sleep up to 10, and is nes- 2009. Like new. Gender-neutral color. Call Carol at 513-573-7036. tled in the South Beach area of the island in Sea Pines STAGED HOMES plantation. Just steps away from South Beach Marina  Sell faster when the market is slow FOR SALE: Vintage Drexel 1955 Peasant solid walnut bedroom suite 6-piece. Includes  Sell for more money in a hot market and the ocean, the home has a renovated interior … standard bed headboard (with rails can be made into queen), dresser, mirror, chest,  Appraise higher in many casesgranite countertops, hardwood floor and ceiling, 3 HDTVs, updated tile bathrooms, two matching nightstands. $2000. Beautiful!! Firm price, can send photos to interested  Look better than competing homes for salea screened-in porch and private balcony. Pool and tennis just seconds away. Home buyers. Will also sell practically new full-sized mattress/box springs just moved from  Look better in print and internet advertising AFTERand location one of the best on the island. For more information, visit www.vrbo. Nashville, or call Connie at 513-379-7130. If you are considering putting your home on the market, Why not put your best foot forward and stage it NOW! FOR SALE: Shower door enclosure, white trim Kohler/Sterling fits standard tub open-For Sale: Hamilton Beach Juice Extractor for sale priced at $50.00 including Food ing, new, still in box. Retailed for $650. Will sell for $250. BEFOREPusher, Food Chute, Cutter/Strainer, Juice Spout, etc. Call 513-300-2295. FOR SALE: Four beautiful area solid wool rugs, each 8x10. Prices vary from $100 to Thinking of selling your home? For Sale: Two kitchen table sets with four chairs $150 per rug. Have been in storage and need cleaned. Original prices over $900 plus. each. One set is not pictured. Both sets are available for One pink oriental, others multi style. Call me TODAY! $350.00 each – your choice. Pat Holm 759-2808. FOR SALE: Amana black side-by-side pebble finish, water and ice dispenser in door.Babysitter wanted: looking for babysitters for occasional work. Also seeking Has been in storage for five years in excellent shape. $300.possible tutor for first grade, ability to do both a plus! Please contact 668-0168 FOR SALE: Cherry wood computer/TV cabinet. 24 in deep/36 in wide/60 in tall, All information obtained from MLS and and is believed to be accurate but not guaranteed. double wardrobe doors with pullout keyboard. Used to hold computer, purchased at Office Max in Nashville for $327. Will sell for $95 cash. Contact 850-776-4898 for more information. FOR SALE: Reebok Portable/ Adjustable Basketball Hoop for $190. Contact 300-7871 For Sale: 1 5 light gold chandler, 1 5 light gold kitchen fixture with globes, 1 4 light bathroom fixture with globes, 1 5-panel gold ceiling fan with remote, 1 3 Light Hall fixture (Large glass globe). Best offer call 513-755-3748 or email FOR SALE: I have two Miami Sun Atlas Adult Industrial Exquisite Trikes for sale. They are brand new and have been driven Long Lasting Beauty Spa about a mile around my carpeted office. The original cost was $500 each. I will sell them for $325 for one or $600 Shellac Service Available Natural Nail Care for both. They would be ideal for cruising around the club. For more information or to see Nail Enhancements Where Beauty Begins them, call Drew at 503-8130 (cell). I will accept Visa, MasterCard, or Amex for payment. Skin Care Facial We accept Waxing competitor’s coupons Signature Manicure & Pedicure 10% OFF 39.00 Any Service Not valid with other offers Not valid with other offers 7602 Voice of America Center Dr. • West Chester 779-0343 •
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