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Heritage Club Oct 2013

  1. 1. homefrontThe Official Publication Of The HOAs Of The Heritage Club, The Woods, And Medinah At Heritage Club October 2013
  2. 2. 3October Heritage Homefront2 Heritage Homefront October Madeline S. Hoge executive sales vice president 513-659-0095 mhoge@sibcycline.com www.sibcycline.com/mhoge Is your Customer Service Guaranteed? “I don’t just abide by the golden rule, I go by the Platinum rule… Do onto others as THEY want done onto them” Ask me about my Platinum Services! Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy challenges and inspires students in preschool through grade 12 to discover, hone, and steward their one-of-a-kind gifts. By wrestling with timeless questions, students strengthen their minds and their faith, preparing to lead lives of significant impact and influence. OPEN HOUSE NOV 9  leanintoCHCA.org Refreshingly Insightful
  3. 3. 5October Heritage Homefront4 Heritage Homefront October 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 RJ Rice Photography 513-779-0415 www.RJRicePhotography.com ADVERTISING INFO N. CINCINNATI AREA DIRECTOR N. CINCINNATI EDITOR SALES MANAGER CONTENT COORDINATOR ADVERTISING COORDINATOR CONTRIBUTING WRITERS CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS 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 Heritage Club Kids off to school! Best Regards, Bernadette Bernadette Hayes North Cincinnati Area Director 513-846-4606 b.hayes@n2pub.com NotePublisher’s I hope your fall is off to a fantastic start and things have settled down now after the start of the new school year. I’m sure your kids or grandkids are getting back in the swing of things. My old- est is off to first grade this year and he is doing very well! I am so proud of him. The fall has finally arrived! What a wonderful time for some snapshots. With back-to-school activities, fall festivals, sport- ing events, and Halloween, you can always find something to photograph. But don’t keep them all to yourself. Please share them with us. We would love to publish your photos here in the Heritage HOMEfront. Feel free to send us your story ideas too.We are always looking for articles for our Precious Pets, Business Beats, and Neighbor- hood Volunteers. Even if you have never reached out to us before, feel free to do so.We would love to hear from you! And please remember to continue to keep supporting the advertisers who back the Heritage HOMEfront.This magazine would not be possible without them. Finally, be sure to enjoy the season of fall. Hello, 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 Rest Assured, our Techs are industry trained, uniformed, courteous, drug tested & background checked. (Retail $250, Save $151) $ 99 5 ROOMS FOR
  4. 4. 7October Heritage Homefront6 Heritage Homefront October 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 CARPET CLEANING 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 DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS Widmer's (513) 321-5100 ENTERTAINMENT / GAMES VP Cabs (513) 288-6590 EYE CARE Wing Eye Care (513) 759-9464 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 FLORIST Baysore's Flower Shop (513) 398-7010 FURNITURE & GIFTS Isaacs' Shaker Hill (513) 899-2927 GARAGE MAKEOVERS Ideal Garage Solutions (513) 562-7542 GARDEN CENTER Berns Landscaping (513) 423-5306 Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 759-4700 HANDYMAN AND REMODELING SERVICES Handyman Connection (513) 733-3777 HEALTH & WELLNESS Fitness 19 (513) 336-7519 HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Al's Heating & Cooling (513) 398-7921 Hauser Air (513) 777-7979 HOME IMPROVEMENT Champion Windows (513) 346-4600 HOME THEATER SYSTEMS Hanson Audio Video (937) 293-6200 HOTEL Wingate by Wyndham (513) 777-1101 INTERIOR DECORATING & DESIGN Interiors Plus (513) 777-7717 LANDSCAPE / DESIGN Delhi Flower & Garden Center (513) 759-4700 LANDSCAPING - TREE CARE Arbor DOCTORx (513) 661-2673 LAWN CARE / MAINTENANCE AJD Lawn and Landscape (513) 535-1768 LINGERIE Busom Buds (513) 870-0074 MASSAGE Lighthouse Massage Therapy (513) 543-1716 MEDICAL CENTER Journey Lite (513) 259-2488 ORTHODONTIST Hickman Orthodontics (513) 874-0200 PAINTING Market Ready Home Services (513) 289-9231 Master Touch Painting (513) 759-1685 PERSONAL & SPORTS TRAINING Explosion Fitness Solutions (513) 870-0203 PET FENCING Invisible Fence (513) 561-8822 PET SERVICES Camp Bow Wow (513) 745-9850 PHOTOGRAPHY RJ Rice Photography (513) 779-0415 PLASTIC SURGERY Kurtis W. Martin M.D. (513) 469-0300 PRESCHOOL Primrose of Mason (513) 336-6756 PRIVATE SCHOOL Bethany School (513) 771-7462 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (513) 247-0900 REAL ESTATE Madeline Hoge-Sibcy Cline (513) 659-0095 Monika DeRoussel-ReMax (513) 289-1039 Sandra Peters - Comey Shepherd (513) 300-2518 RESTAURANT Geisha Hibachi Grill & Sushi Bar (513) 777-3888 Jag's Steak & Seafood (513) 860-5353 Menchie's Frozen Yogurt (513) 229-0920 Qdoba Mexican Grill- Tylersville (513) 755-3849 Qdoba Mexican Grill- Union Centre (513) 860-1420 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 TUTORING Focus 13 (513) 465-9931 WEIGHT LOSS / NUTRITION Advanced Wellness (513) 407-5775 YOGA Drishtiq Yoga (513) 204-0207 NeighborhoodSponsors NeighborhoodSponsors
  5. 5. 9October Heritage Homefront8 Heritage Homefront October What do you get when you combine champagne, chair massages, finger foods, relax- ation and ladies? It’s the perfect combo for Ladies’Night! Experience an evening out with your girlfriends and neighbors! Sample various ser- vices, learn beauty and wellness tips and hang out with the ladies! Kick back and relax as you get your hair styled, your makeup done, and experience a scalp massage in the lather room. If you have put off pampering yourself, why don’t you come join us for Ladies’ Night? Put it in your plans to attend. You will be glad that you did! No cost to attend. Very limited space. Email specialevents@n2pub.com to reserve your spot. NeighborhoodNews Important Heritage Club HOA Websites tinyurl.com/hcpropertydocuments takes you to the Heritage Club Property Documents folder tinyurl.com/hcforms takes you to the Forms folder tinyurl.com/hchomefront takes you to the past magazine issues tinyurl.com/hchomeservices takes you to our service directory at Ladies’Night at Lunatic Fringe Salon: October 3rd from 6–8pm! RelaxandRejuvenate Calling All Ladies! 301 Reading Rd., Mason, OH 45040 513-398-7010 | www.baysoresflowershop.com Local and Family Owned for 60+ Years Designers on Site Full Service Florist We Offer the Finest Floral Arrangements, Fruit Baskets & Gifts Specializing in Wedding, Corporate and Special Events. Deliveries to Mason and Surrounding Areas and Daily Deliveries to Cincinnati and Northern Ky. BAYSORE'SFLOWER SHOP AL’s Heating & Cooling 24 Hour Emergency Service We Install and Service all makes and models. (513) 398-7921 or (513) 777-3617(513) 398-7921 or (513) 777-3617 www.alshvac.com • 657 Reading Road, Mason, OH Customer Service Plan One-time fee of $197 includes 2 cleanings & 365 day coverage Free Air Cleaner & Free Digital Thermostat *With any Full Install 10 yr. Part Warranty 10 Yr. Labor Warranty 10 Yr. Quality Replacement Pledge Licensed • Bonded • Insured Lic # 34444 MASON CITY COUNCIL- Paid for by Cox for Council. Richard CoxTreasurer - RICHARD COX Re-Elect for Please visit my web site @ http://www.coxforcouncil.com.
  6. 6. 11October Heritage Homefront10 Heritage Homefront October NeighborhoodNews save the Date Are you stuck in a restaurant rut? Do you keep going to the same restaurant time and time again and ordering the same item? Isn’t it time to try something new? 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 Stone Creek, located on 9386 Montgomery Road in Montgomery. Our outing will be on October 24 from 6:30–8:30. In exchange for this FREE opportunity to sample dishes at Stone Creek, 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 RSVP to 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. My mother happened to find the Wetherington Connection on her kitchen counter one day and saw the ad for part-time writers. “Beth, you should do this,” she urged. I took her advice. After all, mothers are always right! And right she was! One thing led to another and soon I was writing for Bernadette Hayes back in August 2011. It has been a wonderful experience.I started as a writer and was soon promoted to Editor of her Northern Cincinnati publications.It has been very exciting and what started as a part- time job has now blossomed into a full-time career. When I am not writing and editing, you can find me working part-time at my other job at a hotel. I love working with people and meeting new faces so it works well for me. I also enjoy Cincinnati. It is a nice place to live and really has a lot to offer. As Editor, I enjoy talking to residents and interviewing them for their articles. I am wholeheartedly committed to making the Heritage HOMEfront the very best publica- tion possible! I have the privilege of reading each article every month and it is always an enriching and enlightening experience. Elizabeth McCabe Editor of Northern Cincinnati God works in mysterious ways. When my brother moved to the nearby neighborhood in Wetherington over two years ago, it opened a door for me that I did not expect: writing for N2 Publishing. Meet Our N2 Team Member Elizabeth McCabe - Editor NeighborhoodNews 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 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
  7. 7. 13October Heritage Homefront12 Heritage Homefront October NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews We’re Looking for Some Tasty Recipes! We are in need of a few good recipes for the Heritage HOMEfront. If you have a good dish that you would like to share with your neighbors, please let us know! We would love to feature them for you. Are You a Volunteer? So many of us give our time to volunteer work, but so few of us broadcast our efforts to others. But now is your golden opportunity to let your neighbors know what you do in your spare time! Whether you help out with a church, a charity, or some other project, we would love to highlight your efforts in an upcoming article. Feel free to contact us. Who knows? Maybe you will even recruit some new volunteers right here in your very own neighborhood! Family Fun/Halloween Pictures Do you have any pictures of your fam- ily having fun in the fall? Maybe you are out and about in the neighbor- hood or maybe you are creating family memories at home. Or perhaps you have some fantastic photos of your little ones trick-or-treating. Whatever the case, we would love to have your snapshots featured right here in your neighborhood magazine. Feel free to send them in to us! of HeritageHOMEfront! Ways to Contribute to Please send all pictures and story ideas to articles@n2pub. com by October 20th. We look forward to including them in an upcoming edition of the Heritage HOMEfront! Upcoming Editions around neighborhood! the After a fantastic summer Heritage kids head back to school! Margot Orlando and Amanda Venerable are happy to finally be on the same bus to Mason Intermediate. Olivia Faucett (5th grade), Logan Faucett (freshman), Riley Faucett (junior) at the Summit Country Day School Madison Pirkey, Lily Venerable, and Julia Block wait for the Mason Middle bus. Pierce Baruk, Nicholas Browning, Jake Orlando, Ian Venerable, and Sam Staples are the Middle School boys at the Maxwell stop. Olivia Faucett Weight Loss Surgery REGISTER FOR A FREE ON LINE SEMINAR WWW.JOURNEYLITE.COM THIS MOTHER/DAUGHTER DUO MADE THE SAME JOURNEY FOR A HEALTHIER LIFE SURGICAL OPTIONS: Contact us today (513) 259-2555 10475 Reading Rd | Cincinnati, OH 45241 ◦ Adjustable Gastric Banding ◦ Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass ◦ Sleeve Gastrectomy ◦ Gastric Plication
  8. 8. 15October Heritage Homefront14 Heritage Homefront October 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 October 2013 NeighborhoodNewsNeighborhoodNews Cooks’ corner Submitted by residents Judy McCarthy and Sally McCarthy ORANGE ANGEL CAKE BLENDER PANCAKES Ingredients • 1 angel food cake • 2 small packages of Jello • 1 c. boiling water • 1/2 c. juice from 2 small cans mandarin oranges • 1 pint orange sherbet • 8 oz. Cool Whip Directions: Slice 1/2 the cake and layer on the bottom of a 9x13 dish. Dis- solve Jello in boiling water, then add sherbet and juice. Stir until dissolved. Mix in Cool Whip and oranges. Spread 1/2 of the mixture over the cake. Layer second half of cake then top with the rest of the Jello mixture. Cool in the refrigerator. Submitted by residents Judy McCarthy and Sally McCarthy Ingredients • 1 c. milk • 1 egg • 2 Tbsp. vegetable oil • 1 c. flour • 2 Tbsp. baking powder • 3 Tbsp. sugar • 1/2 tsp. salt Directions Put liquid ingredients in a blender, then add the dry ingredients. Blend until smooth. Ready to pour! Looking for a Part-Time Job? Do you have previous sales experience you’d like to utilize again? The Heritage HOMEfront is looking to add one new member to our team. Part-time, flexible hours, earn 1-3k per month. Per- fect for anyone looking to re-enter to workforce while working around school and activity schedules! Call Bernadette at 513- 846-4606 or b.hayes@n2pub.com. 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** 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
  9. 9. 17October Heritage Homefront16 Heritage Homefront OctoberNeighborhoodNews 10/31/13 precious pets Lottie is a purebred Havanese and has found herself lucky enough to be adopted by Char Schaefer, one of the most lov- ing and kind neighbors on Ross Ct. And, like her owner, Lottie loves people – all people, but she is astute enough to be alert to all noises and warns Char whenever she hears something amiss. Char jokes that her house will always be termite free because Havanese dogs were bred to hunt termites – and have naturally long tongues for that purpose. But Lottie uses her tongue to give slurpy kisses to her owner and friends. She had her first birthday in June and she is still learning good behavior traits. "Sit" has been especially challenging for her because she is not a patient puppy. However, she quickly learned to swim in the family pool and immediately learned the location of the pool steps so she could exit when ready. Lottie, who soaks up love and attention, can also entertain herself, if necessary. She picks up a tennis ball (which barely fits in her little mouth), throws it out with a jerk of her head, watches it roll, then goes after it and repeats the process. She not only entertains herself doing this, but soon anyone watching her is giggling. With four grandchildren living nearby and Lottie her constant compan- ion, Char finds there is never a dull moment. Lottie is fun to have around and both she and Char know they are blessed to have each other. I'm just the right size for Char.My glamour pose. This side photographs well, too. Notice my eyelashes? Tennis balls are fun. Book ClubEVENING The Heritage Club Evening Book Club read Inferno by Dan Brown in August.The book features Dr. Robert Langdon who was also the lead character in DaVinci Code and Angels and Demons. Dr. Langdon has been brought in to unravel a case where the clues are based on the great literary masterpiece Dante's Inferno. His adversary is a character concerned about the impact of the world's population growth rate over time. We found the book to be fast paced with many of Dan Brown's classic twists and turns, although the writing read more like a screenplay than a novel. We enjoyed the setting of the book in Florence as it brought to life many gardens, churches, and pieces of art that we had seen on our personal travels. Written by Jeanne Reisinger NeighborhoodNews
  10. 10. 19October Heritage Homefront18 Heritage Homefront October NeighborhoodNews NEWS FROM KINDERVELT Dr. Jan Fu, founder of the Mason Dermatology Center, has generously stepped for- ward to be this year’s presenting sponsor of Ultimate Girls’ Night Out (UGNO). The popular physician and her husband Frank have been long-time supporters of Kindervelt’s efforts since the fundraising group was founded in late 2004. After nearly 20 years in dermatology practice, Jan and Frank (a chemistry researcher retired from Procter & Gamble), chose to reside near her office in Mason and moved to a Perry Bush-built home in Heritage Club eleven years ago as the neighborhood was being developed. Jan frequently comments that Frank was a true partner in raising the children while she worked for her degrees from Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, University of Utah, and Cornell University. She has been in private practice since 1990 and has consulted with companies such as P&G, Genentech, Novartis, 3M, and Abbott Lab, to name a few. Jan and Frank have two children, both of whom are accomplished pianists.They also both chose to enter the medical field. Jenny has begun her own dermatology surgery practice in San Francisco; their son Eric is in his final year of residency in orthopedic surgery at Harvard. In the last few years, Jenny and her husband have presented them with two grandchildren. Son Eric married earlier this year. Always approachable by neighbors and friends when needed, Jan’s first question when asked about sponsoring UGNO was, “Will this benefit Children’s Hospital?” Kindervelt is proud and grateful to have Jan Fu’s sponsorship for the 2013 Ultimate Girls’Night Out. Written by Rita Armentrout | Photos submitted by Rita Armentrout DR. JAN FU – PRESENTING SPONSOR FOR UGNO Ellen co-founded the company this past year as a result of discussion with a family friend who inspired the idea.The com- pany originally introduced the VP2000 model and five original artwork graphic packages.The cabinets are manufactured right here in Cincinnati.The machines have been featured at various shows around the country and most recently at COMIC CON in San Diego where the machine received a sensational review. Gamers, adults, and kids love the unit. An internal Windows 7 computer powers the high definition playing field.The deep audio comes from the built-in speakers subwoofer. All the pinball games have been reduced to software and they are stored on a solid-state hard drive.The player simply selects a game table to play and the field is rendered for play in about 3 seconds. Machines are now being sold from coast to coast and even in Canada via the com- pany website, VPCabs.com. As a natural expansion, VPCabs has introduced a classic arcade game cabinet that features 60 of the greatest arcade games made. The company has also just introduced its compact pinball cabinet called the mini. Ellen has been a living in the estates por- tion of Heritage Club for 7 years and has 5 kids ranging from 7 to 16 years of age. Her husband Richard co-owns a software company in Cincinnati and together they stay quite busy. Ellen is a native of the Netherlands and has dual citizenship from the U.S. and Holland. She has an accounting and busi- ness degree and speaks English, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish and German! As busy as the Knotts are, Ellen finds time to volunteer with another start-up here in Cincinnati called Mentor Me. This is a nonprofit organization that focuses on helping young adults transi- tion from the Ohio Foster Care system to independent living.This has also led the Knotts to seek their foster care certifica- tion from the state and they are seeking to foster/adopt in the future. When asked about what advice Ellen would give others in regards to starting a business, she simply says it’s a function of belief. Believe in yourself and believe in what you are doing… and make it fun! If anyone is interested in a VPCabs pinball or arcade machine, just visit the website and check out the product line. They make a great addition to a home theater or game room. Some corporate customers have purchased machines for their employee break rooms and have elected the custom graphic option to per- sonalize their machine in their corporate look and feel. The “VP” in VPCabs stands for Virtual Pinball and “Cabs” stands for cabinets. A virtual pinball cabinet is essentially a high tech pinball machine. Traditional pinball machines are mechanical in nature and only offer a single playing field. A VPCabs pinball machine features a high resolution LED monitor mounted in a modern pinball cabinet that renders every pinball playing field ever made. You can actually have over 200 pinball games on a single machine. BUSINESSbeat VP CABS, INC. Pinball Wizard in Heritage Club…. Name: Ellen van den Berg - Knott Position: Co-Founder Company name: VPCabs, Inc. Website: www.VPCABS.com Phone: 513-288-6590 Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Industry: Gaming NeighborhoodNews Open Houses on Sunday, November 3 and February 9 from 2:00-4:00
  11. 11. 21October Heritage Homefront20 Heritage Homefront October news NeighborhoodNews from the Club Fiesta Night at the Pool The Members enjoyed a summer fiesta on Saturday, August 17th at the pool! The menu included a buffet of tapas and top- pings and of course, the margaritas and Coronas were flowing! All of the children tested their swing as they attempted to break open a candy-filled piñata. And we didn’t forget about the adults! They had their very own piñata, but it was filled with something much more exciting than candy…mini bottles of liquor!! Ladies’LOUD MOUTH 9-Hole Invitational The Ladies got LOUD this year for the annual 9-Hole Invita- tional! They all wore their “loudest” golf attire and then headed out onto the course for a 9-hole scramble. NeighborhoodNews
  12. 12. 23October Heritage Homefront22 Heritage Homefront October Attention All Gamers: Play Your Favorite Games In A New Way With high definition monitors, solid state hard drives, vivid graphics and rich amplified sound, PLUS...the ability to select as many as 100 different playing fields... On the same machine. This is a must for any serious game room, basement, or man cave! Go to www.VPCabs.com and see the options we offer to make your ultimate pinball machine today. FREE delivery and set up. Models in stock now or custom build to your desire! Even add custom graphics! Made in Cincinnati USA. Order today and we will deliver, set up and have you playing in as little as 2 days! Your family and friends will love this machine! www.vpcabs.com 513-300-0152 513-288-6590 1-800-280-7018 Order Now for Christmas A Mommy Makeover consists of surgical procedures designed to correct speci�ic changes a women undergoes during pregnancy. It usually consists of a tummy tuck and a breast lift and/or augmentation. Sometimes liposuction is needed as well. These procedures will help restore a women's �igure to pre pregnancy status. What is a Mommy Makeover? Because a great body doesn’t always come naturally 6355 E. Kemper Road, Suite 100, Cincinnati, OH 45241 | 513.469.0300 | www.cincinnatiplasticsurgery.com Kurtis Martin M.D. COSMETIC PLASTIC SURGERY mderoussel@remax.net 289-1039 Monika DeRoussel 2011, 2012 Re/Max #1 Agent Serving You and Your Family
  13. 13. 25October Heritage Homefront24 Heritage Homefront October tales NeighborhoodNews Mason Hoge, a resident of Heritage Club, had the opportunity of a lifetime when he toured Germany with the Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) Men's Soccer Team. It was a trip that he will cherish now and for years to come. The Ohio Wesleyan University Men’s Soccer Team arrived in Frankfurt at 8am (2am EST) on August 6, 2013.They met Bernd and Melanie Mai, their guides who were instrumental in the planning of the trip.The team then traveled by bus to the Rhein River where they took a boat down the river seeing many historic villages and castles. After the cruise the bus took the players to Baumholder, where they experienced schnitzel for the first time.Then players were introduced to their host families and went to their houses. It was the perfect way to experience Germany by living with the locals. On Wednesday, OWU players got the chance to sleep-in to help combat the jet lag and prepare for their evening game. But they still got to do some sightseeing too.They took a tour of Baumholder led by Bernd, seeing the old city fortifications, the guard tower, marketplace, and a German primary school. The players were fortunate enough to speak with a World War II veteran and city historian, who has been a longtime friend of the United States and the Ohio Wesleyan University Team. He showed the players the giant tree that his ancestors planted, which is now protected by city officials. After the tour, players went onto the U.S. Army base in Baum- holder and met with Base Commander Lt. Col. Michael Sullivan. He spoke about base life and the very good relationship that exists between the residents of the base and the surrounding Ger- man civilians. He complimented OWU players on their courage to go outside of their comfort zone and visit a foreign country. The highlight of the day was when Ohio Wesleyan players were lucky enough to give back to their soldiers by performing a youth clinic for the children of the base. It was a wonderful experience for everyone involved. Later that evening OWU prepared for a game against the Bundeswehr (German Army National Team). In a true footballing atmosphere the game had over 1000 spectators. Many youth players from the clinic came to the game to support the players they were being coached by just hours before.The OWU team quickly adjusted to the German style and battled to a 2-1 loss to a team featuring a Bundesliga player and many experienced professionals.The game was played to benefit two organizations and 3,300 euros were donated. After the team was able to sit down and talk with the Bundeswehr players. Ohio Wesleyan University players capped off the busy day with dinner. On Thursday, the team went to the historic city of Heidelberg. Everyone got to enjoy a guided tour of the city, seeing the chapel in the middle of the city, the bridge with the monkey statues, and of course, the castle. After the tour the team ate a traditional German meal of schnitzel and potatoes.The Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Team then prepared to play young professionals from Saa- rbrucken.The Battling Bishops played an inspiring game and it ended a 1-1 tie. After the game both teams sat down and enjoyed a meal. Coach Martin and the team presented an autographed jersey to a boy named Kevin, who has cerebral palsy and has been a strong supporter of the school and the team. On Friday, the team went to Karlsburg Brewery to experience a piece of culture that is ingrained into the German lifestyle: beer brewing. Everyone walked through this small regional brewery and learned all about making beer. At the end of the tour, the brewery had small samples of their numerous varieties for the team to sample as well as lunch. After eating, the OWU bus departed to the small village of Beisingein to play their local club, SV Beisingein.The local population is around 1200, but the village still takes pride in their sport and maintains an immaculate facility and numerous teams.The OWU squad was able to battle to a 3-0 victory. As per German custom, the team again had a traditional dinner of bratwurst and a beverage with their opponents upon the conclusion of the match. On Saturday, the team was going to receive a few days break from playing and boarded the bus for a 6-hour drive to Munich. They first stopped in Augsburg to watch a match from the Bundesliga, the German professional soccer league. The team received a personal tour of the small stadium in Augsburg and was able to see the locker rooms, VIP sections of the stadium, press room, sit on the home bench, and go onto the field. The guys prepared to watch Augsburg take on last year’s second best team in the world, Borussia Dortmund, who also has the greatest fan following in the German league. Dortmund won the sellout match 4-0 and Ohio Wesleyan players were shocked at the high level of play and the passion the fans had for their teams. The team arrived at their hotel in Munich after the match. On Sunday, the team traveled the foothills of the Alps to see the castle of Neuschwanstein. Awed at the beauty of the coun- tryside and castle and tired from the high climb, they were able to get a guided tour through the castle and saw the throne room, bedchamber, numerous massive rooms, and an enormous kitchen. After leaving the castle the team traveled to Dachau, a concentration camp northeast of Munich.The mood of the players changed as they walked through the grounds and saw the various buildings where so many lost their lives. Many pic- tures of this concentration camp were in the museum, as well as various monuments to honor those who have died. Mason found a name listed in the records of a possible relative on the list of those that died. You could hear a pin drop as the team walked back to the bus and heard only hushed whispers as they made their way to the Hofbrauhaus.This world-famous beer hall welcomed the team with a live band and traditional songs and dances. After a large feast and one of the coolest atmospheres the team has seen, they had the rest of the evening to visit the city and see many monuments and old buildings. Stay tuned for next month’s Travel Tales with Mason Hoge! We can’t wait to hear about the conclusion of his trip in Germany. TravelTales: Mason Hoge Had an AmazingTrip to Germany with the OhioWesleyan University Men’s SoccerTeam! travel NeighborhoodNews Fall Sale Now In Progress Savethe Dates! Nov.7-9and11-16HOLIDAYOPENHOUSEfrom10-5 ISAACS’ SHAKER HILL 513-899-2927 • 3534 E. 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  14. 14. 27October Heritage Homefront26 Heritage Homefront October From the second we walked into Mitchell’s Fish Market for our Restaurant Review on August 27th, we felt welcome. The friendly folks there just made us feel at home. We also enjoyed the sophisticated yet cozy environment with its mahogany tables. The private party room was also perfect for us. And the food was simply superb. We sampled an array of appetizers, which gave us an idea of what Mitchell’s Fish Market was all about.The calamari was a favorite of some residents, which was served with zesty Asian dipping sauce. We also enjoyed their melt-in-your mouth salmon, cooked on a cedar plank. One guest candidly commented, “I am not a big fish eater,” but she found this dish to be excellent. It was ranked as one of the favorites of the night.The topping on the fish made it delectable. Another couple noted the “delicious flavors” of the salmon. We also sampled the Shang Hai seafood, which was a meal in and of itself.The Shang Hai taste was perfect for our palates. Our seafood was steamed with ginger and scallions, served with sticky rice, spinach and red wine soy sauce. One resident said that this combination of flavors was “sweet, tangy, and healthy.” The lobster served was sweet and tender, just the way we liked it. Another highlight of the night was Mitchell’s shark fin dessert. You could describe it as decadently delicious.Two residents raved that it was awesome. Yet the carrot cake was found to be equally as good. Fresh, moist, and simply amazing. Would we recommend Mitchell’s Fish Market? Without a doubt. One couple said that they frequent this restaurant for special occasions. And there’s no wonder why. Eating here is always a memorable experience and the food is always excellent. Another couple commented, “We are glad to know that Mitch- ell’s is here. We used to drive to Columbus to eat at Mitchell’s.” We want to thank Mitchell’s Fish Market for the superior service that they offered us.They were attentive to our needs, down-to-earth, and made us feel welcome. One couple said that the servers were “very friendly and capable.”They were also very knowledgeable. We really couldn’t have asked for more. In case you didn’t get a chance to join us, be sure to pay Mitch- ell’s Fish Market a visit. With incredible seafood, a cozy ambi- ance, and impeccable service, what more could you want? Mitchell’s Fish Market 9456 Waterfront Drive West Chester, OH 45069 (513) 779-5292 NeighborhoodNews Review restaurant Heritage Club Residents Had a Marvelous Time at Mitchell’s Fish Market Written by Elizabeth McCabe | Photos by RJ Rice Photography DISCLAIMER: The business reviewed in this section provided products and/or ser- vices free of charge in exchange for this review. We carry a wide range of sizes, from petite to plus. We Sell • Bras • Spanx • Nursing Bras • Clothing to keep you cool • Purses, belts and jewelry Store Hours M-F 10-6 Sat 11-5 We are your premier source for today’s hottest styles of lingerie. 7558 Voice of America Centre Dr. West Chester, OH 45069 Save 20% OFFany single Item Locally Owned by Sue Glew We get your “TO DO” LIST done Dread Grocery Shopping?? Let us Do it for You! • Errand Running • Pet Care • Party Planning • Personal Assistant for Business • Gift Buying info@bestfrienderrand.com • www.bestfrienderrand.com 513-283-4535 START ENJOYING MORE TIME FOR YOU SAVE MONEY Decrease impulse Purchases SAVE TIME Includes the purchase, delivery and putting away of groceries continued...
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History buffs and culinary artists won’t want to miss the book festival’s author panels and recipe demonstrations where discussion and hands-on interaction bring favorite books to life. Children will love the Kids’Corner filled with crafts, storybook costume characters, storytelling and musical performances. What’s the best part of Books by the Banks? All-day access is free and open to the public! More than 100 regional and national authors will be present for panel discussions, book signings and more. Authors to participate include Gillian Flynn, Anne Bym, Loren Long, Katherine Howe, Robert and Cortney Novogratz, Ellen Schreiber, and Tad Hills. When: 10am–4pm Where: Duke Energy Convention Center 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 Admission: Free For More Information: Call 513-369-6900 or visit the website www.booksbythebanks.org October 13 Blazin with Love 5K Run/Walk Joining Hearts for a Cure The 3rd annual Blazin with Love 5K Run / Walk October 13 at Kings Island will take you in and around Kings Island including unique behind the scenes views of popular park attractions. The entry fee includes all-day park admission to Kings Island and early ride time on some of the park's most popular attractions like the Beast and Diamondback roller coasters. All proceeds from the 5K Run / Walk benefit the Leukemia & Lym- phoma Society. 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