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Madeline S. Hoge
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  1. 1. homefrontThe Official Publication Of The HOAs Of The Heritage Club, The Woods, And Medinah At Heritage Club July 2013
  2. 2. 3July Heritage Homefront2 Heritage Homefront July Madeline S. Hoge executive sales vice president 513-659-0095 mhoge@sibcycline.com www.sibcycline.com/mhoge Experience the Difference What is most important when selling your home? SOLD Let me help you get a sold sign in your yard. Need A Tutor? 513-280-6449 www.clubz.com Club Z! 1-On-1 Tutoring Can Help! • All Subjects • PreK- Adult • SAT/ACT Prep • LD/ADD • Reading • Math • Science • Foreign Langauges • Study/Organizational Skills • Flexible Schedules • No Long-Term Contracts • Affordable Rates • Qualified Tutors ONE WEEK FREE!Call For Details.
  3. 3. 5July Heritage Homefront4 Heritage Homefront July Matt Tramonte, President, Ross Pod, matt@tramonteandsons.com Soumya Patnaik, Vice President, Heritage Club Pod, soumyaspatnaik@gmail.com Dave Beckett, Treasurer, Maxwell Pod, davengale@cinci.rr.com Steve Morse, Secretary, Ross Pod, steven.william.morse@gmail.com Denny Martin, at Large, Maxwell Pod, martin4220@aol.com h o a c o n t a c t i n f o r m at i o n : © 2013 Neighborhood Networks Publishing, Inc. www.n2pub.com DISCLAIMER: Any articles included in this publication and/or opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the views of N2 Publishing but remain solely those of the author(s).The paid advertisements contained within theHeritage HOMEfront magazine are not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the publisher.Therefore, neither N2 Publishing nor the publisher may be held liable or responsible for business practices of these companies. Note: When community events take place, photographers may be present to take photos for that event and they may be used in this publication. I mp o r ta n t P h o n e N u m b e r s Scott Losekamp, AssociationManager Towne Properties Asset Management 489-4059 (phone) scottlosekamp@tp1.com Time-Warner Cable Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) Heritage Country Club Non-emergency Police and Fire Depts Duke Energy West Chester Hospital Schools Mason Intermediate Campus Mason Middle School Mason High School St. Susanna Elementary School Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Mars Hill Academy Private Schools Bethany School (513) 469-1112 (513) 591-7700 (513) 459-7711 (513) 925-2525 (800) 544-6900 (513) 298-3000 (513) 459-2850 (513) 398-9035 (513) 398-5025 (513) 398-3821 (513) 247-0900 (513) 770-3223 (513) 771-7462 Bridge June Kazin - 573-9392 Book Club (Wednesday afternoon) Carol Hammons - 573-7036 Book Club (Evening) Trish O’Conner – 336-0095 Mah Jongg Stephanie Broshear - 398-8131 Kindervelt Michelle Moran - 240-9770 Neighborhood Clubs / Organizations To view Heritage HOMEfront online, go to tinyurl.com/hchomefront. To see some magazine pictures in color, go to tinyurl.com/hchfphotos. Medinah at Heritage Club Stonegate Property Management, Inc. Nancy M. Fay 513-528-3990 Property Management Company ©2011 Primrose School Franchising Company. All rights reserved. Educational Child Care for Infants through Private Kindergarten and After School Primrose School of Mason 5888 Snider Rd Mason, OH 45040 513.336.6756 www.primrosemason.com b.hayes@n2pub.com Bernadette Hayes 513-846-4606 Elizabeth McCabe Emily Gilmartin Evonne Marinakis Marci Fenter NancyYoung, Evonne Marinakis, Rachel Giesel, Elizabeth McCabe Webb Photography 513-746-1810 www.junewebbphotography.com ADVERTISING INFO N. CINCINNATI AREA DIRECTOR N. CINCINNATI EDITOR SALES MANAGER CONTENT COORDINATOR ADVERTISING COORDINATOR CONTRIBUTING WRITERS CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS NeighborhoodNews Jennifer Mueller, Contact for the Woods dmueller10@cinci.rr.com Michelle Moran, Contact for Medinah at Heri- tage Club kmichellemoran@gmail.com Heritage HOMEfront ONTHE COVER Quinn Atkinson and Bryan King teed up for Mason High School Prom! Best Regards, Bernadette Bernadette Hayes North Cincinnati Area Director 513-846-4606 b.hayes@n2pub.com NotePublisher’s Let me be the first to wish you a wonderful Fourth of July! I also want to give a special thank you to all the men and women who have served our great country. Have a fun and safe holiday. I can’t believe it is July already and we are about halfway through the summer. I hope you are enjoying the hot weather. I know that my family is. It’s a great time for a dip in the pool, a walk in the park, or a run through the sprinkler. Summer is one of the best times of the year to capture some great snapshots because so many outdoor activities are occur- ring. Whether you are enjoying a backyard barbecue, a pool par- ty, or a game of sand volleyball, please keep your photos coming! If you have any suggestions for upcoming issues of the Heri- tage HOMEfront, please let us know. We love to hear from our residents! We are always looking for new story ideas and inter- esting things to feature! Your involvement is what makes this publication great. Hello, Call 513-733-3777 Service you can trust! Done Right! Done Quick! Guaranteed! See pictures & learn more about us at http://butler-warren.handymanconnection.com Lighthouse Massage Therapy By Appointment Only • Hot Stone • Reflexology • Reverse Ionic Detox 125 South East St. Mason, Ohio 45040 513-543-1716 • Swedish Massage • Deep Tissue Massage • Pregnancy Massage $10 OFF 1st 1-Hour Massage Just mention this ad
  4. 4. 7July Heritage Homefront6 Heritage Homefront July This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a trusted neighborhood vendor and service provider to use. Take a minute to familiarize yourself with the businesses sponsoring the Heritage HOMEfront. These local businesses are proud to partner with your neighborhood and make this newsletter possible. Please support these businesses and thank them for supporting Heritage Club! AUTO DEALERSHIP Porsche of Kings Automall (513) 851-5900 BANKING Peoples First Savings Bank (513) 398-1040 BEAUTY SALON Exquisite Beauty Spa (513) 779-0343 BUSINESS COACHING Focal Point Coaching (937) 572-2368 CARPET CLEANING Clean Brite (513) 791-0509 Widmer's (513) 321-7600 CATERING At Your Service (513) 847-4584 CHIROPRACTOR Live Well Chiropractic Center (513) 285-7482 CLEANING SERVICES Green Living Services LLC (513) 403-3901 CONCIERGE SERVICES Best Friend Errand Service (513) 283-4535 DJ / PRIVATE PARTIES / WEDDINGS Big Daddy Walker Productions (513) 678-2107 DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS Widmer's (513) 321-5100 ENTERTAINMENT / GAMES VP Cabs (513) 288-6590 FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery (877) 416-3223 FINANCIAL SERVICES Raymond James- Bill Lendl (513) 755-1925 FITNESS Pure Barre (937) 535-2876 Title Boxing Club (513) 779-8221 FLOORING Market Ready Home Services (513) 289-9231 FLOORING, CARPET, HARDWOOD Bockrath Flooring & Rugs (937) 438-0870 GARAGE MAKEOVERS Garage Storage and More (513) 779-3400 Ideal Garage Solutions (513) 562-7542 GARDEN CENTER Berns Landscaping (513) 423-5306 Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 759-4700 GRANITE / MARBLE / NATURAL STONE Cincinnati Stone Works (513) 777-7090 HANDYMAN AND REMODELING SERVICES Handyman Connection (513) 733-3777 HARDWOOD FLOOR CLEANING Clean Brite (513) 791-0509 HEALTH & WELLNESS Fitness 19 (513) 336-7519 HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Hauser Air (513) 777-7979 Thomas & Galbraith (513) 825-6805 HOME IMPROVEMENT Champion Windows (513) 898-1694 HOME THEATER SYSTEMS Hanson Audio Video (937) 293-6200 HOSPITAL Fort Hamilton Hospital (513) 867-2000 HOTEL Wingate by Wyndham (513) 777-1101 INTERIOR DECORATING & DESIGN Interiors Plus (513) 777-7717 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN Landform (513) 939-1100 LANDSCAPE / DESIGN Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 759-4700 LANDSCAPE / IRRIGATION / LIGHTING Landform (513) 939-1100 LANDSCAPING - TREE CARE Arbor DOCTORx (513) 661-2673 LAWN CARE / MAINTENANCE AJD Lawn and Landscape (513) 535-1768 MASSAGE Lighthouse Massage Therapy (513) 543-1716 PAINTING Market Ready Home Services (513) 289-9231 Master Touch Painting (513) 759-1685 PARTY RENTALS / INFLATABLES Affordable Party Rental & Supply (513) 895-2777 PERSONAL & SPORTS TRAINING Explosion Fitness Solutions (513) 870-0203 PET FENCING Invisible Fence (513) 561-8822 PHOTOGRAPHY RJ Rice Photography (513) 779-0415 Webb Photography (513) 746-1810 PRESCHOOL Primrose of Mason (513) 336-6756 The Goddard School (513) 398-2777 PRINTING Bethart Printing Solutions (513) 942-0088 REAL ESTATE Madeline Hoge-Sibcy Cline (513) 659-0095 Sandra Peters - Comey Shepherd (513) 300-2518 REMODELING / HOME IMPROVEMENT deStefano Brothers Remodeling (513) 755-7471 RESTAURANT Geisha Hibachi Grill & Sushi Bar (513) 777-3888 Jag's Steak & Seafood (513) 860-5353 Menchie's Frozen Yogurt (513) 229-0920 UNO Chicago Grill (513) 942-6646 ROOFING CONTRACTORS Fasten Pro Roofing (513) 774-9495 SALON Lunatic Fringe (513) 795-1542 SPECIALTY FOODS The Spicy Olive (513) 847-4397 THINGS TO DO Full Throttle Indoor Karting (513) 341-5278 TRANSPORTATION & TAXI All Around Taxi (513) 894-8500 TRAVEL Provident Travel (513) 382-0850 TUTORING Club Z (513) 280-6449 WEIGHT LOSS / NUTRITION Advanced Wellness (513) 407-5775 YOGA Drishtiq Yoga (513) 204-0207 NeighborhoodSponsors NeighborhoodSponsors
  5. 5. 9July Heritage Homefront8 Heritage Homefront JulyNeighborhoodNews Shout CONGRATULATIONS to Out DEBBIE WAGNER of Maxwell Dr. for participating in the HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION'S benefit for PEOPLE WORKING COOPERATIVELY -- Dancing with the Stars. Important Heritage Club HOA Websites tinyurl.com/hcpropertydocuments tinyurl.com/hcforms tinyurl.com/hchomefront tinyurl.com/hchomeservices takes you to the Heritage Club Property Documents folder takes you to the Forms folder takes you to the past magazine issues takes you to our service directory Quality Painting & Carpentry, Professional Service, Satisfaction Guaranteed! • Residential Painting • Commercial Painting • Carpentry • Drywall • Wallpaper Removal 513-759-1685 7908 Cincinnati Dayton Road, Suite F West Chester, OH 45069 www.mastertouchpainting.com WE OFFER 3,6 OR 12 MONTHS SAME AS CASH FINANCING. Our services include PAINT NOW, PAY LATER • Deck Restoration • Refinish Front Doors, Strip, Stain & Seal • Pressure Cleaning DECK OR HOUSE PRESSURE CLEANING $99 Decks up to 300 sq ft or Houses up to 2500 sq ft Present coupon to receive offer. Coupon not valid with any other offer. EXPIRES 7/31/13 INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR PAINTING Coupon not valid with any other offer. Must be presented at time of estimate. EXPIRES 7/31/13 $300 OFFGood On Any Job $1000 or More INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR PAINTING Coupon not valid with any other offer. Must be presented at time of estimate. EXPIRES 7/31/13 $150 OFFGood On Any Job $500 or More A+
  6. 6. 11July Heritage Homefront10 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNews save the Date Meet Neighbors…. Eat FREE Food…. Try a New Restaurant Is it Leftover Night . . . again? Wouldn’t you rather have something more delectable to eat? If so, why don’t you join us for this month’s Restaurant Review? It would be great to have you! Our featured restaurant this month is Trinity Pub, located on 8953 Princeton-Glendale Road. Our outing will be on July 16th from 6:30–8:30. In exchange for this FREE opportunity to sample dishes at Trinity Pub, residents are asked to provide their input regarding the experience. Please note that residents are also asked to pay for their own “adult” beverages and provide a tip of $5 per person for the great service. If you are interested in attending, please email specialevents@n2pub.com. We do have limited seating for this event, 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 a cancellation. SM A proud native of Cincinnati, Dr. Alexander Donath has traveled extensively to hone his skills through first-hand experience with the best facial plastic surgeons in the world, from Beverly Hills to New York City, in order to bring that expertise back to his hometown. Fat transfer, or fat injection, is a cosmetic procedure which can soften or eliminate the appearance of wrinkles and folds in the face. During the procedure, fat is removed from another area of the body like the abdomen and is then reinjected into the skin beneath the fold where it acts as a skin volume filler. The result is a much more youthful, rejuvenated appearance. Fat transfer may also be used to add volume to the lips. Up to 70% of the volume is virtually permanent! 877-416-FACE (3223) | cincyfacialplastics.com 10% DISCOUNT FOR SENIORS & MILITARY Gift card for Referral | Neighborhood References Available! Mowing Edging &Trimming Mulching Fertilizing Tree & Shrub Planting Landscape Design Spring/Fall Cleanup VacationmowingAvailable Locally Owned & Insured Prompt, Reliable & Professional Service Call Alex For A FREE ESTIMATE 513-535-1768 www.AJDLawns.com
  7. 7. 13July Heritage Homefront12 Heritage Homefront July Summer Events What are your family’s plans this summer? Are you going on vacation? Or maybe your daughter is on a softball team? Whatever the case, we would love to have your stories and pictures featured right here in your neighbor- hood magazine. Feel free to send them our way! Fourth of July Festivities Please send us your pictures of your Fourth of July festivities. Whether you attended a backyard cookout, a family picnic, or a pool party, we would love to use your pictures in a collage for an upcoming edition. around the Neighborhood Mason Prom- Christine Reid, navy dress , Caroline Heywood, white dress NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews Business Beats Wanted We are always looking for businesses to highlight in the Heri- tage HOMEfront. New businesses that you may have started recently or businesses that are tried, tested, and true are wel- come. An article in your neighborhood magazine can be a great FREE way to reach out to new clientele and establish more con- nections in your neighbor- hood. What a great idea! HeritageHOMEfront!!! Ways to Contribute to Please send all pictures and story ideas to articles@n2pub.com by July 20th. We look forward to including them in an upcoming edition of the Heritage HOMEfront! Upcoming Editions Our Heritage Teen Residents Off to Prom! Morgan Orlando Rhea Malhotra and High School friends headed off to PromRhea Malhotra with Prom Date, Saurabh Morgan Orlando and Connor McVey off to William Mason High School Prom Christine Reid and her date, Craig Heim. Rhea Malhotra, Maxwell Drive, Mason Prom Quinn Atkinson and Bryan King teed up for Mason High School Prom!
  8. 8. 15July Heritage Homefront14 Heritage Homefront July We reviewed We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver which is a riveting psychological novel.The author’s style, which I thought to be grandiose and wordy at first, lends itself toward unfold- ing this chilling tale.The story involves an interesting New York couple and their indecision to have a child partly because Eva views motherhood with ambivalence. When their boy is born he is extremely difficult to manage and seems to be full of anger. He learns to manipulate the parents Sauté scallops in vermouth 3-4 minutes. Remove scallops (set aside) and save vermouth. Sauté mushrooms, parsley, onion, and spinach in butter. Add salt, pepper, and garlic powder (set aside). Add vermouth to cream and reduce by half. Then add veggies and scallops to reduced liquid. Put in a baking dish, dot with Brie on top and sprinkle with cayenne. Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes. NeighborhoodNews NeighborhoodNews NEWS FROM KINDERVELT 19 KINDERVELT 19 will be present- ing LADIES’ NIGHT OUT at Debbie Wagner's pool on Wednesday, July 24 from 5 to 9 pm. AT YOUR SERVICE will be catering the event, a fundraiser for Cincinnati Children's Hospital. $25 per person. Please con- tact Debbie Wagner at 617-3665 or email her at dgdrywall1@aol.com. Rich and Sue Smith hosted Drinks at the Links, Kindervelt 19's "thank you" event for the major sponsors of Lunch at the Links, the evening of May 16.The weather coop- erated, the rain stopped, and a lovely evening was enjoyed from the "golfer's porch" of the Smith home on Maxwell Drive. Zack Karaman of Karaman Jewelers, the Presenting Sponsor of Lunch at the Links, was presented with a plaque from the grateful members of Kindervelt 19.The Lunch at the Links raised $27,000 for Cincinnati Children's Hospital's Heart Institute and the Kindervelt Neurodevelopmental, Educational and Learning Center. Submitted by Rita Armentrout Drinks at the Links photos from left to right: Hosts of Drinks at the Links Sue and Rich Smith; Sue Oswalt and Amy Mueller, Co-chairs of Lunch at the Links; Madeline Hoge, President of KV 19 and Zack Karaman, Karaman Jewelers; Val Scholl, Diane Juenger, Carol Hammons and John Oswalt; Amy Mueller, Co-chair of Lunch at the Links, Carol Hammons, Sue Smith, Michelle Moran; Madeline Hoge presenting plaque to Zack Karaman Cooks’ corner Scallops and Brie Submitted by Resident Rita Keim Ingredients • 1 lb. sea scallops- quartered • 6 green onions - chopped • 4 T parsley • 1 cup fresh spinach • 1/2 lb. mushrooms- thinly sliced • 1/4 lb. Brie • 1 cup dry vermouth • 4 T unsalted butter • 1 cup cream • 1 T flour • 1/2 tsp. salt • pepper to taste • 1/2 tsp. garlic powder • Cayenne pepper daytimeBOOK CLUBSubmitted by Resident Carol Hammons with better behavior around his dad and much worse behavior when only mom is around.The child turns more evil as he gets older thus driving away nannies and babysitters.The author reveals early in the book that the boy becomes a killer as a teen- ager at his school. It was easy to get emotionally involved with the characters feeling their frustration, pain and guilt in handling him.This is a shocking, haunting, and compelling novel. Our group does not meet in summer. For September we will be reading Killing Lincoln by Bill O’Reilly and in October Life After Life by Kate Atkinson. Your Specialists for Painting, Flooring & More Quality Work • Exceptional Service Competitive Pricing FREE ESTIMATES • Commercial & Residential 513-289-9231 www.marketreadyhs.com • Marketready@zoomtown.com Where Beauty Begins Exquisite Beauty SpaLong Lasting Shellac Service Available Natural Nail Care Nail Enhancements Skin Care Facial Waxing 7602 Voice of America Center Dr. • West Chester 779-0343 • www.exquisitebeautyspa.com We accept competitor’s coupons Signature Manicure & Pedicure 39.00 Not valid with other offers 10% OFF Any Service Not valid with other offers
  9. 9. 17July Heritage Homefront16 Heritage Homefront July Build Your College Resume by Contributing to Heritage HOMEfront Publication! ATTENTION Students! Extracurricular activities while in middle school/high school can make a difference between getting accepted to your first choice school or being put on a waiting list. When it comes down to candidate selection to top schools, test scores and GPA’s are often so close that the largest point of differentiation can be extracurricular activities with an additional focus placed on community service. Whether the intent is to help build a stronger college resume, gain experience writing for a publica- tion or just for the fun of it, Heritage HOMEfront is open to creative input from the young adults in the neighborhood who would like to be involved. In assisting each month, students will have the opportunity to write articles on the people, places and events in Heritage Club as well as contribute creatively to future issues of the publication. The future direction of the publication is going to depend on the ongoing contributions of the people in Heritage Club and who better to contribute to its growth than the young adults liv- ing in the community today! To find out more information about how to get involved with Heritage HOMEfront publication, email Evonne at articles@n2pub.com or call at 412-721-0125. evening The Heritage Club Evening Book Club read Rules of Civility by Amor Towles for our May book choice. Our readers found this book beautifully written, rich in descriptions and filled with memorable characters.The story is set in New York in the 1930's and centers on the story of a young, independent woman by the name of Katey Kontent. The book follows her adventures through an event-filled year that tests her character and propels her into situations that bring her into contact with people who change her forever. All the while, Katey remains strong and true to herself. BOOK CLUB Submitted by Trisha O’Connor When Murphy was a kitten, he wondered if life would get better. He was sick, abandoned by college roommates who were supposed to take care of him, and a little hopeless. But his life was about to change for the better. Sally and Mike McCarthy (who later became her husband) took this adorable fuzzy friend in and cared for him. NeighborhoodNews Fast forward eighteen years later and Murphy is living the life of luxury here in Heritage Club on Braid Lane. He couldn’t have a better life. Murphy gets to go on walks with his owners (yes, he likes to walk with them) and just has a lot of fun. In his younger years, he liked to hunt other animals outdoors. But have no fear, birds and bunnies, Murphy has since become a fellow animal- lover and lets the birds and bunnies live in peace. Murphy has had an exciting life. He was born and raised in Michigan before moving to Atlanta for sixteen years with his family. His days in Atlanta were full of adventure. Believe it or not, Murphy used to be in charge of a cat gang. Fellow neigh- borhood cats would come to Murphy’s backyard during the day and return home at night. Murphy was very social and the cats played together. Murphy was the life of the party! But Murphy loves it here in Heritage Club too. He finds him- self at home here with his owners Sally, Mike, and their young daughter Kayla.They allow him the luxury of coming and going as he pleases. He also likes to sleep wherever he chooses. He also has a sophisticated palate and can’t seem to get enough of grilled cheese or lunch meat – real food tastes scrumptious to him in comparison with his cat food. LivingtheLifeofLuxuryin HeritageClub Meet Murphy: As for his personality, he likes to go with the flow. He does have a best friend, 23-month-old Kayla. She and Murphy are bud- dies. How adorable is that? In case you didn’t know, Sally and Mike McCarthy have been living here for less than a year.They moved in right before Christmas last year.They couldn’t be happier! Sally shares, “We love Braid Lane.There are so many nice people.”They also find Mason beautiful. We wish Murphy a wonderful life on Braid Lane. We are so glad that he is living a happy life right here in Heritage Club. preciouspetsWritten by Elizabeth McCabe Photos Submitted by Resident Sally McCarthy
  10. 10. 19July Heritage Homefront18 Heritage Homefront July Who is paying for it? If you’re enjoying this publication, please thank our advertisers. It is their investment in the Heritage HOMEfront that makes this possible. We are able to offer this publication completely FREE to you because of the businesses that pay to support your publication.The best way to thank them is to consider them when choosing products or services for you and your family. Give them the chance to earn your business. Most of these busi- nesses are locally owned and operated, many giving back to the community in ways both seen and unseen. As you get ready for spring and summer, please keep our advertisers in mind and let them know you see their ad in the Heritage HOMEfront. Like- wise, if you do business with reputable businesses not advertis- ing in the publication, please suggest they consider it.This could be a link that helps them thrive and may help your neighbors make more informed decisions before spending. Where does this publication come from? homefrontThe Official Publication Of The HOAs Of The Heritage Club, The Woods, And Medinah At Heritage Club July 2013 NeighborhoodNews Green living has become part of our everyday lives. Our focus is to ensure you are surrounding yourself, family, and pets with the highest standard of quality and the most eco-friendly products that are free of toxic and harmful chemicals. Residential Cleaning Business Cleaning Move In/ Move Out Post Construction Renée (513) 403-3901 renee@greenlivingservicesllc.com Julie (513) 600-4656 julie@greenlivingservicesllc.com www.greenlivingservicesllc.com One Time Cleaning Daily /Weekly/Bi-Weekly/Monthly Partial Cleanings **Spring Cleaning** Interiors Plus offers in-home consultations for all your home projects or new builds! Ask a professional and feel confident about your investment! Limit one per customer. Exp.7/31/13 Interiors Plus Visit our booth at Homearama! Interior design and more! Window Treatments Furniture Closet Systems Outdoor Living Accessories/Artwork Florals JewelryJewelry Clothing and more! Not valid on prior purchases,custom orders, other offers, or discounts. Your Fitness, Weight Loss & Wellness Success! Mention this ad to receive$30 OFF Any Services! The Right Exercise The Right Nutrition The Right Price 5941 Snider Road, Mason, OH 45040 Next to Drug Mart! 513-336-7519
  11. 11. 21July Heritage Homefront20 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNews Heritage Club Residents Had a Terrific Time at Uno’s! DISCLAIMER: The business reviewed in this section provided products and/or ser- vices free of charge in exchange for this review. For our May Restaurant Review, residents of Heritage Club gathered together to sample the selections at one of the finest pizza places in town: Uno’s! We are fortunate to have this eatery right here in West Chester. But maybe I shouldn’t call it a pizza place so fast. I mean, Uno’s has so many options on their menu that it may be doing them a disservice.We got to experience the diversity of their menu for ourselves and let’s just say that we were delighted with their dishes! One resident said,“People are not aware that the menu is so diverse and delicious!’ We started the night off with four different appetizers.We munched on Chips & Guacamole and the Grilled Cheese Stix (which were well-liked), and the Shrimp & Crab Fun-DOO – a cream blend of shrimp, crab, and parmesan topped with tomatoes. This was excellent! We also sampled Pizza Skins, a deep-dish crust with red bliss mashed potatoes.To make it even better, they were topped with bacon, cheddar, and sour cream. Delish! Then there were the salads too. They were fresh, crisp, and colorful. They tasted just as good as they looked. We indulged in Uno’s Chopped Honey Crisp Chicken Salad with chicken tenders, mixed greens, vermicelli, bacon, bell peppers, toma- toes, cheddar, and honey mustard. This was a great combina- tion. But we equally enjoyed the Warm Walnut-Crusted Goat Cheese Salad too with baked goat cheese atop field greens with blueberries and blueberry pomegranate dressing. For entrees, we had seven different choices. With Chicken Mila- nese, Chicken Spinoccoli Pasta, Deep Dish Macaroni & 3 Cheese, Lobster & Shrimp Scampi, Lemon Basil Salmon, Citrus BBQ Salmon, and Brewmaster’s Grill NY Strip with Shrimp Skewers, we were like kids in a candy store. All of these delectable dishes made our mouths water! One of the highlights of the night was definitely the Brew- master’s Grill NY Strip which was served with tangy Uno’s Wowza Sauce, infused with Samuel Adams Boston Lager. One resident commented that it had a great sauce. It was worth every bite. Of course, who doesn’t like a good NY strip, right? The shrimp skewers that came with it just made it that much better. It really made us realize that we should stop thinking of But we didn’t end there.We also enjoyed two excellent desserts: Uno’s Deep Dish Sundae and the Bread Pudding with Salty Car- amel Sauce. Both were excellent choices and would easily satisfy any sweet tooth. In case you haven’t guessed, we were stuffed with all of the deli- cious dishes that Uno’s served us.That’s why a lot of us took home some of our food too.That way we could enjoy it for the days to come. In case you didn’t have the opportunity to join us, be sure to go and pay the friendly folks at Uno’s a visit.Their options will amaze you from their extensive menu.You can find something for everyone at this fine restaurant: health-conscious people, seafood lovers, and even the salad eaters out there. Be sure to check out their menu offerings online at www.unos.com. Or better yet, why don’t you just stop in! They would love to serve you! Uno’s as just a “pizza place,” and encouraged us to really appre- ciate the rich diversity of our menu. We also liked the Chicken Spinoccoli.In case you are trying to decipher this dish,it was a rolled chicken breast filled with mozza- rella,feta,broccoli,spinach,tomatoes,garlic and basil with penne in a creamy pesto and chunky tomato sauce.It had a fantastic taste. The Lemon Basil Salmon was also a hit with the residents. It was very moist and flavorful, just the way it should be.We also enjoyed the Citrus BBQ Salmon too with hints of pineapple, orange, molasses, and tomato.This had a great taste.Who would have known that salmon could taste this good? Of course, we were also served sides with our entrees. We enjoyed a Skinless Bake – red bliss mashed potatoes baked with cheddar, bacon, and topped with sour cream, which was perfectly baked. This was complemented by Roasted Seasonal Veggies and Smashed Cauliflower (another popular dish at our table). Uno’s | 9246 Schulze Drive | West Chester, OH 45069 | 513-942-6646 NeighborhoodNews NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews Uno’s Owner, Becky Wilber and marketing director Elaine Plumbo ReviewWritten by Elizabeth McCabe Photos by N2 Staff Member restaurant
  12. 12. 23July Heritage Homefront22 Heritage Homefront July Get involved with The Pink Ribbon Classic! Photo submitted by Phyllis Forte Calling all volunteers! This year’s edition of the Pink Ribbon Classic at the Heritage Club promises to be bigger and better than ever.The Greater Cincinnati Komen affiliate is providing support with promotional advertising in local TV,radio and news media,presence on their website,and more.But the success of the Pink Ribbon Classic still comes down to the individuals that want to make a difference. It is not too late to volunteer for the organizing committee, or donate an item for the raffle and/or silent auction, or become an event sponsor, or participate in the golf tournament by getting a foursome together. If you want to make a difference, please contact Rita Keim (ritakeim@cinci.rr.com) or Sandy Hicks (shicks1@cinci.rr.com). The Pink Ribbon Classic golf outing is quickly approaching! It is scheduled for July 8th! NeighborhoodNews Cincinnati, OH 45245 Anderson: 7578 Beechmont Avenue #503 • 513-231-5357 West Chester: 9246 Schulze Drive West Chester, OH 45069 • 513-942-6646 In a recent food taste survey people said: With the offers below, what are you waiting for? “O.M.G.” The Numero UNO Deep Dish Pizza ORDER ONLINE! @unos .com $ 5OFF your food purchase of $15 or more Coupon void if expiration date and code not shown. Dine in or takeout. Not applicable towards Takeout Deals,Two for You, Lunch Specials, Snack Hours, Gift Card or alcohol purchases. One coupon per party. Valid at participating restaurants. Not valid with other offers, coupons or discounts. Void where prohibited by law. No Cash value. Coupon is not transferable and not for resale. Expires 7-28-13 Code 2520 $ 5OFF your food purchase of $15 or more Coupon void if expiration date and code not shown. Dine in or takeout. Not applicable towards Takeout Deals,Two for You, Lunch Specials, Snack Hours, Gift Card or alcohol purchases. One coupon per party. Valid at participating restaurants. Not valid with other offers, coupons or discounts. Void where prohibited by law. No Cash value. Coupon is not transferable and not for resale. Expires 7-28-13 Code 2520 For exclusive offers and Everything “UNO” Join our UNO Insiders Club@ UNOS.com 4851 Wunnenberg Way Suite C, West Chester - Next to CarX off 747 www.advancedwellnesscoaching.com www.facebook.com/advancedwellnesscoaching Call Jen to get started today! 513-407-5775 You Are What You Eat Jennifer Beck, RNC Shed Unwanted Pounds Without Dieting Eliminate The Need for Medications Balance your Hormones Naturally Increase Energy Naturally Succeed with ADHD Achieve Incredible Health Today! Bring this ad in and get your first 10 days for $10!
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  14. 14. 27July Heritage Homefront26 Heritage Homefront July Written by Elizabeth McCabe Pictures taken by N2 Staff Member BUSINESSbeat DRISHTIQ Yoga: Come Experience Its Fun and Flexibility Firsthand! Are you stressed out? Could you use an oasis from the hustle and bustle from everyday life? Do you long for increased flexibility? Or maybe you would just like to practice your sun salutations and downward dogs. If so, look no further than DRISHTIQ Yoga, conveniently located on 6209 Snider Rd in Unit D. Amy Vetter, owner and instructor at DRISHTIQ Yoga, lives here with her family in Heritage Club. Originally from Cincinnati, they moved to South Florida 14 years ago and moved back here during 2012 to be closer to family. She launched the opening of DRISHTIQ Yoga this year on March 8th and Amy could not be happier. In case you didn’t know, Amy was certified in 200 Hour Yogafox Vin- yasa School of Yoga in Delray Beach, FL and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT- 200) and absolutely loves it! DRISHTIQ Yoga is an oasis from the stressors of everyday life. Light sconces line the walls. Different colored lights are used on the ceiling, which change colors periodically and add to the ambiance of the studio. Serenity, tranquility, and an inner sense of peace are evident here.The studio has everything you need for hot yoga (heaters) and unheated yoga.There are even ceiling tiles with words (like peace and strength) inscribed in them, which is helpful for focusing upon dur- ing your yoga practice.They have props to help you go deeper into your poses such as blankets, bolsters, blocks, and straps. What’s more is that they have classes for everyone.They have classes for those with limited mobility, such as Chair Yoga, Pre- natal Yoga, and even Family Yoga, where children 5–11 can come with their par- ents and learn fun yoga moves. But there’s so much more! They have a popular Yin class where you can hold poses anywhere from 5–7 minutes, with the assistance of props, increasing flexibility while decreas- ing tension in the body. DRISHTIQ Yoga also has everything else you would expect from a yoga studio, such as Morn- ing Flow, Hatha Flow, Alignment Flow, and Modified Ashtanga. For those that are looking for more physically challeng- ing classes, heated classes are offered such as Warm Vinyasa Flow, Hot Vinyasa Flow, Yoga Unplugged, Hot Power Yoga, and Rise & Sweat! In their heated classes, the temperature is heated to 95 degrees, enabling participants to stretch with ease and increase their flexibility. DRISHTIQ Yoga wants everyone to be able to participate in yoga in some form or another. A special Community Class is offered every Sunday at 9:30 AM for $5. Non-members are invited to join this class accompanied by Live Music per- formed by different studio house musi- cians each week.To balance your yoga practice during the week, they also offer a Run Club + Stretch class and a Mat Pilates class too. So you can be sure that you will find a class with your name on it! DRISHTIQ Yoga also has a Book Club on the last Friday of the month that is free for Members and by donation for Non-members on dif- ferent topics in yoga, health and wellness.They have thought of everything, haven’t they? Amy has also led her family in the pursuit of yoga. In fact, her two sons and her husband get involved too! These classes help them achieve balance as well as protect their muscles and joints in other sports they play throughout the week. Yoga has proven to help bond them as a family. Plus, it’s just a lot of fun! Why don’t you join in the fun too? Amy and her staff at DRISHTIQ Yoga would love to have you join them in a class. With a total of 39 classes each week, you will be sure to find one that fits perfectly in your schedule. For first time participants, you can purchase a $15 Unlimited 7-day pass to try any class you like all week long! DRISHTIQ Yoga will help reduce your stress, anx- iety, and also increase your mobility at the same time. For more information, just go to www.drishtiqyoga.com. Or just give them a call at 513-204-0270.Your body will thank you later! NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews
  15. 15. 29July Heritage Homefront28 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews Twelve-year-old Bailey Nix has been play- ing tennis since the young age of eight and has the skills to prove it. Backhand, forehand, and serving seem to come natu- rally for this Heritage Club resident. Bailey was proud to make the Mason Middle School Tennis Team this year. But it wasn’t easy, she tells me.There were 40 other girls competing for just 24 spots.The competition was challenging at times, but Bailey knew that she had it in her.The girls played games to determine who would make the cut.Those who won the most games were granted spots on the tennis team! The Mason Middle School Tennis Team practices Monday – Thursday for up to two hours each day.That’s a lot, especially when you consider that they have matches during the week too (not to mention the daily helping of homework you receive as a seventh grader!). Fortunately, Bailey wasn’t alone on the Mason Middle School Tennis Team. Her best friend and fellow Heritage Club neigh- bor, Nicole, joined her. Bailey was thrilled Nicole made the team, but wasn’t surprised, considering that Nicole’s parents are excellent tennis players as is Nicole. In fact, Nicole helped lead the way for Bailey to play tennis four years ago. Nicole was playing tennis and Bailey wanted to try it out. It was love at first sight for Bailey. Now Bailey also attends tennis clinics at Riverside in Hamil- ton.Tennis clinics help Bailey perfect her skills and give her an added edge above her competition. Plus, it’s a lot of fun. Bailey also loves to play tennis with her friends and challenge them. It’s also a great way to get some exercise, she tells me. With tennis, she is able to play the sport that she loves all year around, making it the perfect activity for her. One of Bailey’s key ingredients to success is her winning atti- tude. She was taught by her tennis coach to always have a positive attitude. You can’t get down on yourself if things aren’t going the way that you like. Bailey has taken these life lessons to heart and it has paid off her on the court. In case you aren’t familiar with Bailey, she has been living in Her- itage Club for over nine years now with her parents, Rebecca and Dwight, and her brother, Corey, who just graduated from college. Bailey loves the neighborhood, especially swimming and play- ing tennis at the Club. Of course, she also has made some great friends in the neighborhood, which makes it a great place to live! Bailey has high hopes for her future and wants to become an actress or a model,which is fantastic! We wish Bailey the best of luck with her future and are so proud to feature her in the Heritage HOMEfront as our Athlete of the Month! Way to go Bailey! Meet Bailey Nix: One Talented Tennis Player! Written by Elizabeth McCabe Photos provided by Nix Family, Residents of Heritage Club NeighborhoodNews Written by Rita Armentrout | Photos by Rita Armentrout Tim and Ann Le, owners of Exquisite Beauty Salon in the VOA shopping center, had donated their services for the party to Kindervelt 19 for their fundraiser for Children’s Hospital, which was held at the Heritage Club on April 27, 2013. For her pedicure party on May 20, 2013, Micki and nine of her friends arrived at Exquisite Beauty Salon at 6pm. And the salon, with its fifteen pedicure chairs and nail technicians was ready and waiting. With the help of her husband Rand, Micki had already set up a table with finger foods, champagne flutes, and a tub of cold drinks. When the ladies walked in they gathered around the refresh- ments and began their usual greetings to each other. These women love to socialize, so much so, that Tim had to remind all to please take their places in the overstuffed, motorized chairs so they could enjoy a massage while getting their nails trimmed, buffed, polished, moisturized, and in one case – enhanced with a hand-painted flower. This was a fun evening with food, drink, and lots of chatter.Ten lucky ladies walked out with summertime pedicures –a few even got manicures –in the lat- est fashion colors along with a souvenir bottle of polish from Micki. Heard on the way out: “What fun! Let’s do it again!” and “Thank you, Micki!” A pedicure party for ten people might seem like a different way to entertain friends, but Micki Lindsay, the lucky recipient of a gift card for the party from Exquisite Beauty Salon, breezed through the challenge and made nine of her friends very happy in the process. Julie Wilson at the manicurist’s tableThe "polished" feet of ten happy women Michelle Lindsay, Janet Potts and Connie Musuraca Denise Lynde and Ronna Staley under the dryers Hand painted flower enhancement on Michelle's toes l to r Trish O'Connor, Debbie Wagner, Denise Lynde, Micki Lindsay, Connie Musuraca, Ronna Staley, Janet Potts, Julie Wilson, Jeanne Reisinger, and Val Scholl, surrounding Tim and Ann Le of Exquisite BeautySalon A pedicure party for ten people might seem a different way to entertain friends...
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I have reflected on our sense of community and realize that there are at least four elements that help draw us together.They are: Pods: Our four individual pods form the foundation for our experi- ence here at Heritage Club.Our own pod where we live alongside our closest neighbors gives us the opportunity to form lasting bonds of friendship.And,each Pod has a unique and beautiful entrance that we drive in and out of several times a day.We’ve all experienced a feeling of satisfaction as we pull into our community and know that we’re home at last in a beautiful and peaceful setting. ReflectionsAfter Serving as HOA President by Bill Partridge NeighborhoodNews Golf Course: Even those of us who don’t belong to the Heritage Club Golf Course can appreciate and enjoy the beauty of the course that winds through all of our pods.This beautiful and popular Club also serves to bind all of our neighborhoods and streets together as one connected community. Covenants: When each of us moved to Heritage Club we agreed to be bound by our Associations Covenants and By-Laws.While adherence to our documents may inconvenience us occasionally, they serve to maintain the beauty and desirability of Heritage Club.This in turn helps maintain the value of each of our homes. Common Cause: When the need arises our community has spoken with one voice. Most recently many of us spoke out about the unreasonableness of a 55 mph speed limit along our section of Butler Warren Road. We’re hopeful that we can convince the authorities to listen to our message and modify this unreasonable speed limit. Each of us should know that being vigilant about our neighbor- hood is important to us individually, but is also important to our neighbors. You don’t have to be a member of the Board of Trust- ees or the Design Review Committee to notice, say, a suspicious vehicle and report it to the police. 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  17. 17. 33July Heritage Homefront32 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews LUNCH AT THE LINKS, the annual fundraiser produced by Kindervelt 19, was held this year on Saturday, 4/27, at Heritage Club. About 120 women attended and were treated to sights previously unseen. Karaman Jewelers was the presenting sponsor and Zach Karaman brought along one of his design- ers, Crystal Middleton, and lots of samples for the guests to ooooh and aaaah over.. The tables this year were examples of the hostesses' imagination -- Palm Beach Chic , Mardi Gras, Under the Sea, Bon Appetit, Women Who Wine, Bee Happy, Japanese Cherry Blossom Fes- tival, Meet Me on Bourbon Street, and If the Shoe Fits. In addition the guests had an opportunity to buy a strip of raffle tickets "as long as your arm" on a wagon filled with wine, booze, and accessories, created by Kay Hillman. Debbie Wagner designed the Wall of Purses, each one of which contained discount coupons and small complimentary gifts. The jewelry raffle this year - Ring Bling - featured a gorgeous dinner ring, valued at $1100, and donated by Karaman Jewelers. Additional raffle prizes included a pedicure party for ten from Exquisite Beauty Spa, $200 in gift certificates from Saks Off Fifth Avenue, and an overstuffed basket of scents from Dillard’s. UC Women's Health Center, which opened in April at Univer- sity Pointe, was the title sponsor, and all attendees were invited to attend the open house on May 18 at 7675 Wellness Way, Suite 4000, in the Medical Office Building South (attached to the hospital). Sponsors at the Platinum level of $1,000 included Kathy Fran- cis Interiors, Madeline Hoge and Sibcy Cline Realtors North- east, Sandra Peters and Comey and Shepherd who provided valet parking, the Scholl Family Foundation, and the Windsor Group, Inc. Kindervelt 19's founding Co-President Rita Armentrout was surprised and honored with a lovely crystal plaque. The event netted more than $27,000.This was a joint effort of Kindervelt 19 members and friends, but special kudos to Amy Mueller and Sue Oswalt, event co-chairs; Madeline Hoge and Michelle Moran Co-Presidents who headed up the Sponsors Committee; Karen Iannuzzi and her committee of Sue Smith, Erin Rafi, and Donna Waller who handled the silent auction in toto as well as the check-out procedures. Kindervelt 19 members wish to thank all who contributed in any way to the success of this event, which benefited Cincinnati Children's Hospital. at the links Submitted by Rita Armentrout Photos by Rita Armentrout and N2 Staff Member Lunch Owner Zack Karaman and designer Crystal Middleton of Karaman Jewelers Kay Hillman with her little red wagon of wine, booze and accessories Sue Smith with her guest Micki Lindsay at the Women Who Wine table Guests at "If the Shoe Fits. . ." table Women Who Wine table Marilyn Partridge, Julie Wilson, Peg Cotter, and Jeanne Reisinger Bon Appetit table Pretty in Pink Bee Happy table Meet me on Bourbon StreetRita Armentrout receiving award from Madeline Hoge The lovely sounds of the Links
  18. 18. 35July Heritage Homefront34 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews from the Club news Memorial Day at the Club! Heritage club members enjoyed the Memorial Day festivities up at the pool on Monday, May 27th! They enjoyed a beautiful day and welcomed summer with this tradition!
  19. 19. 37July Heritage Homefront36 Heritage Homefront July The Goddard School® located at 754 Reading Rd. in Mason, OH, recommends trying new activities with your child! What you need: • Bright colored water- based paint • Dark construction paper (blue or black to simulate the night sky) • Drinking straws • Newspaper (or a drop cloth) • Paintbrush or dropper • Small bowls (for mixing the paint and water) • Water Ready, Set, Blow! • Protect your work surface with newspaper or a drop cloth. • Give each child a piece of construction paper. • Add a few drops of paint and a few drops of water to each bowl and mix to thin out the paint. • Using a paintbrush or dropper, place a drop of the paint mix- ture on the paper. • Holding a straw a few inches above the paper, each child should blow through the straw to move the paint around to create a “firework.” • Repeat around to fill the paper with different colors until it resembles a sky full of fireworks! Firework Painting Children can create their own festive firework display with this fun craft project! cornerkidskids NeighborhoodNews Address Neighborhood List Price Sale Price Beds Baths Type Of Property 4665 Braid Lane Heritage Club $998,000 4 4 Active Listing 4955 Tillinghast Heritage Club $925,000 4 4 Active Listing 4906 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $924,680 4 5 Active Listing 6886 Heritage Club Dr Heritage Club $794,000 4 6 Active Listing 4276 MacKenzie Ct Heritage Club $845,500 6 5 Active Listing 6723 Heritage Woods The Woods $839,000 5 4 Active Listing 6630 Claiborne The Woods $647,750 4 5 Active Listing 4150 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $2,098,000 4 6 Pending 4857 Tillinghast Heritage Club $1,250,000 5 5 Pending 4723 Braid Lane Heritage Club $769,000 3 3 Pending 6609 Sherbourne Heritage Pointe $647,750 4 5 Pending 6537 Heritage Club Dr Heritage Club $897,000 4 5 Leased 4562 Raynor (lot) Heritage Club $349,500 $310,000 Recently Sold 4936 Tillinghast Heritage Club $499,900 $490,000 4 4 Recently Sold 4579 Morris Ct Heritage Club $624,900 $580,000 4 4 Recently Sold 4464 Raynor Heritage Club $1,349,000 $900,000 5 5 Recently Sold 4922 Maxwell Dr Heritage Club $875,000 $800,000 4 4 Sold Featured 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 Realtors During the depths of the recession, the number of months of property listings swelled to as much as 12-13 months, meaning the average listed property was taking 12-13 months to go under contract. This was a market that was very favorable to buyers. Fast forward to early 2013 and that days on market number was sitting at 6-7 months. This is defined as a balanced market, one that does not favor sellers or buyers. As we’ve gotten into the peak of the spring market, we have seen that number dip to under 5.5 months, but expect it to rebound to 6-7 as we move through summer. To many, this market doesn’t feel balanced, it feels as if we have a shortage of listings. While some distant markets have inventories of 2-3 months, a market very favorable to sellers, greater Cincinnati is not, so far, one of those markets. Still, a fundamental shift has taken place, from a strong buyer’s market, to a very favorable seller’s market. Call today for a FREE market analysis. Ohio’s #1 Agent shares her tip for the Summer market Sandra Peters | 513-300-2518 speters@comey.com | sandrapetershomes.com #1 Agent in the Entire State of Ohio for 2010, 2011, 2012 Real EstateResource
  20. 20. 39July Heritage Homefront38 Heritage Homefront July NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews Isaacs’ Shaker Hill Article and Photos Submitted by Isaacs’ Shaker Hill Sponsoro f t h e m o n t h ™ On June 20, 1992, Isaacs' Shaker Hill opened its doors for their first day of business.This was the beginning of a dream becom- ing reality for owners Tom and Kathy Isaacs.Tom Isaacs was in the midst of a teaching career as the industrial arts teacher at Little Miami High School and Kathy had retired from teaching after 17 years to help pursue their new adventure. The 1863 historical structure, surrounded with mature trees was the perfect setting for their business they had envisioned. After much prayer and thought they took their income tax refund check and opened Isaacs’ Shaker Hill. Purchasing a few select decorative accessories and gift items they started their business in 3 rooms of the historical home. Their son Tom Jr. began making furniture in the small existing wood- working shop. Tom Sr., wife Kathy, and two of the couples’ adult children have all settled into their roles of the business since opening in 1992. Daughter Becky does the interior design work, while Tom Jr. manufactures the furniture.Tom Sr. and Tom Jr. combine their skills as designers and craftsmen to create reproductions in Shaker style.Tom Jr. has also created his own designs to add a contemporary flair to the traditional Shaker design. Cabinetry and furniture for every room in the home are displayed in the showrooms.For furniture buyers,the experience of being guided through the showrooms by master woodworkers and skilled decora- tors brings a confidence to what can be an overwhelming experi- ence.The historical home has 3 rooms on the first floor and 4 rooms on the second.They are pleasantly filled with handcrafted heirloom pieces.In addition to furniture,visitors can select from a variety of home decor.People looking to redecorate or finish a room for the first time have a wide selection of prints,candle accessories,lamps/ chandeliers,wreaths,pottery,and florals from which to choose. June 20, 2013 marked 21 years of business. Many changes have been made due to growth.Tom Jr. now operates in his state-of- the-art facility since outgrowing the original shop.The show- rooms have grown from 3 rooms to the entire historical struc- ture.There's just something special about browsing for home furnishings, decorative accessories and unique gift items while absorbing the charm of the 1860's historical structure. Tom, Becky and Kathy Isaacs FINANCIAL FITNESS Perhaps you’ve dreamed of living in Mexico, Ecuador, Panama, Uruguay or Italy, the top five retirement locations abroad as determined in a 2008 assessment by International Living Maga- zine (internationalliving.com). Maybe you’ve been captivated by the lavender fields of southern France or fascinated by rugged New Zealand. Retiring abroad and living well is certainly an achievable retire- ment goal, but it’s not for everyone. It’s wise to put practical considerations under a microscope before you make any irre- versible decisions. Testing Paradise Bear in mind that while exotic locations around the world may seem heavenly when you’re on vacation, they can lose their charm when you’re living there day to day, buying groceries, wrestling with the local utility agencies or the plumbing, han- dling your finances, and taking care of your health. In addition, cultural and language differences that may be inconsequential during a holiday can surface with a vengeance once you’re a full- time resident. You may make a wiser decision if you give your choice a test run. Before you pack up permanently and start making financial arrangements, rent some accommodations for a month or two and live your life as you expect to after you retire. Investigate requirements for a local bank account and decide how you’ll pay for healthcare needs. Will you gain access to your chosen coun- try’s national healthcare system? Or will you need private cover- age? Medicare won’t cover medical costs if you live abroad. If you’ve answered these questions and determined you’ll be comfortable living away from family, friends and familiar sur- roundings, it may be time to start packing. Material prepared by Raymond James for use by its financial advisors. Submitted by Raymond James From Financial Journeys newsletter – April 2009 Retire Abroad? Study the Basics Before You Pack If you’re the adventurous sort, keen on saving money as you embrace a different culture, enjoying foreign adventure and residing in an exotic location, you may have thought about joining the thousands of other expatriates who have decided to try to stretch the value of their retirement nest eggs. NeighborhoodNews
  21. 21. 41July Heritage Homefront40 Heritage Homefront July · Concession Equipment · Inflatables · Carnival Games · Audio Equipment · Tables & Chairs · Tents 513-895-APRS (2777) www.aprscincy.com AFFORDABLE Party Rental & Supply ALLERGY & ASTHMA CENTER Allergy & Asthma Specialty Center Masood Ahmad, M.D. (513) 777-7097 www.allergyandasthmaspecialty.com BIODIESEL TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER & BIODIESEL PRODUCER Jatro Diesel Rahul Bobbili, Vice President & Co - Founder (937) 847-8050 www.jatrodiesel.com CUSTOM JEWELRY/REPAIR Tiger Arlington LLC Alison Martin, G.G. (GIA) (513) 490-4048 tigerarlington@me.com DERMATOLOGIST Mason Dermatology Center Jan Fu, M.D., Ph. D (513) 459-1988 www.drjanfu.com FITNESS Pilates Cycling of Mason Cathy Kurlemann (513) 428-1129 FITNESS/YOGA Drishtiq Yoga Amy Vetter (513) 204-0270 www.drishtiqyoga.com HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Thomas and Galbraith Heating and Cooling Michael Weber (513) 825-6805 www.MasterWorkService.com INSURANCE State Farm Insurance George Meinberg (513) 891-0100 george.meinberg.bxzh@statefarm.com MORTGAGES The Mortgage Network of Ohio Inc. Jeff Steinacker (513) 607-6079 www.themortgagenet.net PHYSICAL THERAPY Oxford Physical Therapy Centers Ken Rusche ken.rusche@oxfordphysicaltherapy. com www.oxfordphysicaltherapy.com PSYCHIATRIST Professional Psychiatric Services Drs. Mohamed Aziz and Gihan Razik (513) 229-7585 info@ppsych.com The Christ Hospital Medical Associates Hanish Sethi, MD, Head Director of Psychiatry (513) 585-3690 www.TheChristHospital.com PSYCHIATRY, ADDICTION & PAIN CARE Individual Care Center Abe Soliman, M.D. (513) 774-9444 www.Individualcarecenter.com REAL ESTATE Comey & Shepherd Realtors Sandra Peters, Senior Sales Vice President (513) 300-2518 speters@comey.com Comey & Shepherd Realtors Stephanie Broshear (513) 260-6179 sbroshear@comey.com Sibcy Cline Realtors Madeline S. Hoge, Executive Vice President (513) 659-0095 mhoge@sibcycline.com TELECOMMUNICATIONS Advanced Technology Consulting, Inc. dba ATC David Goodwin (513) 323-1122 www.4atc.com WEB DESIGN AND ON-LINE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS De Novo Dezign Maria Kalomenidou (513) 886-7010 www.denovodezign.com These are residents within your neighborhood who own businesses.To find out how to get a free listing for your business, send us an email at b.hayes@n2pub.com. resident business guide Resident BusinessGuide facebook.com/pages/RJRice-Photography/80218302133?fref=ts • www.RJRicePhotography.com • 9789 Casey’s Crossing, West Chester, OH 45069 Call 513-779-0415 to reserve your FREE CONSULTATION NOW Book your session before 8/1 and get 16 more FREE wallet sized prints We offer you… • Free photo-retouching- so you will be guaranteed to look your best • Huge selection of brand-name frames • An extended catalog of other photo products- purses, jewelry, blankets etc. • Personalized custom packages that meet your needs • Wide range of sites for on-location sessions 2014 SENIORS
  22. 22. 43July Heritage Homefront42 Heritage Homefront JulyLocalEvents LocalEvents JulyL OCA L E V EN T S July 6 Butterfly Census & Monarch Butterfly Day Do you like butterflies? Would you like to learn more about these winged creatures or share your knowledge? We welcome you to take part in an international study that tracks the migration of the monarch butterfly as it journeys toward Mexico. Help to capture, tag, record, and release the butterflies to help scientists under- stand how these fragile insects make the remarkable journey over 2,000 miles. Please wear long pants and bring butterfly nets if you have them. Please join the Caesar Creek rangers for our annual count in conjunction with the North American Butterfly Associa- tion. NABA was formed in order to promote awareness of butterfly conservation and the benefits of butterfly gardening, observation, and education. When: Butterfly Census 10am–noon; Monarch Butterfly Day 11am–2pm Where: Caesar Creek Visitor Center, 420 North Clarksville Rd., Waynesville, OH 45068 For More Information and to Register: 513-897-1050 July 7 Acoustic Jam The First Sunday of the month from May-September. Join local musicians in an acoustic jam session at the Keehner Park Amphi- theatre or just come to listen. When: 1pm–4pm Where: Keehner Park, 7211 Barrett Road, West Chester, OH 45069 Admission: Free July 8-July 14 USA National Archery Target Championships Watch as arrows fly during the USA Archery National Champion- ship event. This event features youth JOAD competitors, adult competitors and Olympic athletes! When: July 8-July 14 Where: Joyce Park, Forest Park Lane, Hamilton, OH 45014, Admission: Free July 10 Cats the Musical Since Cats first opened on the West End stage in 1981, it has become one of the world’s best known and best loved musicals and has grossed over $1 billion. With a plot based on T.S Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats and award-winning music com- posed by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Cats it is a musical you will never forget. Enjoy this musical put on by the Children’s Theatre right here in Loveland, Ohio. When: July 10, 11, 12 and 13th performance times vary Where: The Loveland Stage Company, 111 S 2nd St. (Rt 48) Love- land, Ohio Admission: $10 per ticket July 13 Summer Concert Series Free Saturday concerts at Keehner Park. Guests are welcome to bring chairs/blankets and pack a picnic for the evening. No alcohol permitted. Where: Keehner Park, 7211 Barret Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069 When: Every Saturday in July from 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Admission: Free July 20 Crazy Cardboard Regatta In July of 2010 MetroParks of Butler County along with a group of dedicated volunteers held a regatta for boats made almost entirely from cardboard. Nearly 5,000 people cheered and laughed as some boats sped to the finish and some boats gloriously sank. Both spectators and participants had a wonderful time. Come for the wildly popular and crazy event where people race boats they have built from cardboard! Food, live music, prizes and much, much more! Bring the whole family for a day full of fun! When: 10am–3pm Where: Voice of America Park, 7850 VOA Park Drive, West Chester, OH 45069 Admission: Free July 16–20 Warren County Fair in Lebanon Enjoy the Warren County Fair with its rides, food, games, 4-H activi- ties, livestock show, parade, demolition derby and more! When: Tuesday-Saturday: 12–9pm Where: Lebanon Raceway, 665 N. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036 Admission: $5 For More Information: 513-932-2636 July 26 Movies in the Park Enjoy a favorite family movie (to be announced) at the Keehner Park Amphitheater. Drinks and popcorn are provided. Movie begins at dusk. Sponsored by the West Chester Fire Department Organization. When: Begins at dusk Where: Keehner Park Admission: Free For More Information: 513-777-1133 July 26-28 SMOYfest Enjoy an evening of great food, drinks, gambling, awesome rides, and rockin’entertainment that’s fun for the entire family! When: Friday 6pm–midnight; Saturday 5pm–midnight; Sunday 3–10pm Where: St. Margaret ofYork, 9483 Columbia Road, Loveland, OH 45140 Admission: Free For More Information: www.smoyfest.org July 26-27 Macy's Music Festival Macy's Music Festival is one of the longest running music festivals in the country. Before, after and during the festival, check out the FREE activities happening on the outside of Paul Brown Stadium. The street will be transformed into a shopping extravaganza with great food and live entertainment. When: Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm Where: Paul Brown Stadium Admission: Tickets range from $48–$88 For More Information: 800-452-3132
  23. 23. 45July Heritage Homefront44 Heritage Homefront July CouponSection here Advertise www.n2pub.com Lawn&Garden Less Stress; More Nutrition “Yes, stress-free vegetables are more nutritious,” says Dr. Wesley Kline of Rut- gers University. That doesn't require they do yoga, Tai Chi, or meditation. Although, those practices will likely reduce our stress. Vegetable gardeners can make the most of their hard work by keeping in mind "three important things," advises Kline, Agriculture Agent for the Rutgers Uni- versity Cooperative Extension in Cum- berland County, New Jersey. Choose vitamin-packed vegetables you enjoy. Grow them in healthy conditions. "First select vegetables you like," Kline encourages. "Then look at what has the most nutritional value. If you like them and they're nutritious, you have a winner!" Thoughtful gardeners can tip the scale for best quality yield. "Do anything you can do to manage diseases and insects that reduce stress on the plant," urges Kline. "We want plants to be actively grow- ing and getting enough nutrients, not stressed." Stressed plants have less food value. Under stress, a plant's energy is diverted to survival, fighting diseases and insects. They expend more energy respiring and less energy producing food through photosynthesis. Kline's Tips For Growing Nutrition-Packed Plants Remember that many plant diseases such as downy mildew thrive in a moist or humid environment. Many disease-caus- ing fungal spores need moisture- such as dew on leaves - to germinate and cause infection. Raised beds have better water drainage than flat ground, especially important if you garden in heavy soil. Space plants far enough apart so air cir- culates freely, allowing the soil and plant parts to dry out. Remove weeds as soon as you see them! Weeds cause stress by competing with vegetables for nutrients, water, and light. Water the roots (not plant vegetation) longer and less frequently at the soil level. Roots absorb nutrients via water. Soaker hoses are great for small gardens; drip irrigation for large gardens. Apply plastic mulch or an inch or two of organic mulch like compost, shredded leaves, or newspaper to conserve soil moisture. Before adding fertilizer, test garden soil for phosphorous, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and pH. Kline finds most long-used gardens are over-fertilized from years of routinely adding chemical fertilizers.This is usually less of a prob- lem when using compost and organic fertilizers, which have less concentrated amounts of nutrients. Article Source: National Gardening Association "...Yes,stress-freevegetables aremorenutritious..."
  24. 24. 47July Heritage Homefront46 Heritage Homefront July Trusted Excellence • Since 1978 9114 Columbus Cincinnati Rd - West Chester www.hauserair.com Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it.  ~Russel Baker Call today for a special spring Tuneup offer for residents of Heritage Club! $85 ! ClassifiedAds classifiedads Babysitter wanted: looking for babysitters for occasional work. Also seeking possible tutor for first grade, ability to do both a plus! Please contact 668-0168 FOR SALE:Vintage Drexel 1955 Peasant solid walnut bedroom suite 6-piece. Includes standard bed headboard (with rails can be made into queen), dresser, mirror, chest, two matching nightstands. $2000. Beautiful!! Firm price, can send photos to interested buyers.Will also sell practically new full-sized mattress/box springs just moved from Nashville,TN. if interested please call Sherry at 513-417-7224 FOR SALE: Shower door enclosure, white trim Kohler/Sterling fits standard tub open- ing, new, still in box. Retailed for $650.Will sell for $250. if interested please call Sherry at 513-417-7224 FOR SALE: Four beautiful area solid wool rugs, each 8x10. Prices vary from $100 to $150 per rug. Have been in storage and need cleaned. Original prices over $900 plus. One pink oriental, others multi style. if interested please call Sherry at 513-417-7224 FOR SALE: Amana black side-by-side pebble finish, water and ice dispenser in door. Has been in storage for five years in excellent shape. $300. if interested please call Sherry at 513-417-7224 FOR SALE:Cherrywoodcomputer/TVcabinet.24indeep/36inwide/60intall,double wardrobedoorswithpulloutkeyboard.Usedtoholdcomputer,purchasedatOfficeMax inNashvillefor$327.Willsellfor$95cash.Contact850-776-4898formoreinformation. 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 bhharper1@aol.com FOR SALE: A brand new Nike Golf ClubTravel Cover, still in box. Compression molded shell w/internal padding, etc. Can view at nike.com for more info. List price $220, ask- ing $150. Please contact 513-307-2454 for more details. For Rent: Beach Front Condominium, 2 BR 2 Bath on beautiful Bonita Beach Florida (SW Coast between Naples and Fort Myers). Maximum occupancy 4-5 people. Summer months are available for $2800 per month plus $120 Cleaning fee. Call 513-335-8177 for more details. FOR SALE: 2010 Mercedes Benz ML-350 4-Matic, FULLY LOADED, only 21K miles. 35,900. Interested people should call Mike at 330-704-4664 FOR RENT: Beachfront Condominium, 2 BR, 2 Bath on the beautiful white sandy beaches of Naples, Florida. Minutes to downtown Naples. Prime winter months available January- April. $6900/month plus tax and $150 clean- ing fee. New appliances and 45-foot lanai. Call 513-305-1127 for more details. After School Childcare: Wetherington family seeking in-home after school childcare for 10-year-old girl and 13-year-old boy from 2:00pm to 6:00pm weekdays for the upcoming 2013–2014 school year. Great fit for a high school senior with a flexible schedule. Looking for full school year commitment. Please contact Darlene at 552-6400 or Eric at 552-2599. For sale: Homecrest patio set. Great condition; cush- ions recently replaced. Price: $200.00. Picture attached. Please call 937-416-8599 if interested. Toplaceclassifiedlistings,pleaseemailthemto articles@n2pub.com. ListingsareFREE andwillbeinourWetherington,FourBridges,HeritageandRiver’sBendpublications. Youarewelcometosubmitonephotowithyourlisting.Wearenotlimitedtojustitems forsale.Pleaselimityourclassifiedlistingto60-90words.Yourlistingwillrunfor90 days.Allclassifiedsmustbesubmittedbythe25thofeverymonthinordertobeincluded inthefollowingmonth’spublication. Summer is here, fire up the grill and stop in for Great Salad and Marinade Ideas! Come and experience the difference Fresh Makes Cooking Classes now Available at The Spicy Olive! The Spicy Olive Blueberry Field Salad Visit our NEW STORE on Hyde Park Square & Uncorked at THE SPICY OLIVE WINE SHOPPE in West Chester Spicy Olive Wishes you a Happy 4th of July. 7671 Cox Lane (near Graeter’s) 513-847-4397 • www.thespicyolive.com Mix together salad ingredients in a salad bowl and top with nuts and blue cheese. Pour olive and vinegar over salad, toss and serve. A great summer salad to enjoy with family and friends! Happy Summer! 1 package mixed green with spinach 1/2 cup fresh blueberries 1/2 cup chopped walnuts or pecans 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese For Dressing: 1/4 cup The Spicy Olive's Wild Blueberry balsamic vinegar 1/4 cup The Spicy Olive's single varietal extra virgin olive oil like Picual or Hojiblanca Locally Owned by Sue Glew We get your “TO DO” LIST done Dread Grocery Shopping?? 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