Events

Registration open for Countryside YMCA Indoor Triathlon

Jan 16, 2021
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
COUNTRYSIDE YMCA ANNUAL INDOOR TRIATHLON
COUNTRYSIDE YMCA ANNUAL INDOOR TRIATHLON

 

COUNTRYSIDE YMCA ANNUAL INDOOR TRIATHLON

 

Come run, bike and swim in Countryside YMCA’s annual Indoor Triathlon.

Lebanon, OhioCountryside YMCA has announced the date for their annual indoor triathlon. The indoor triathlon will take place on January 16, 2021 from 6pm-10pm, at Countryside YMCA in Lebanon. Participants ages 16 and up are welcome. Cost to participate is $35 until January 15, race day registration is $45. All registrations include a goody bag with t-shirt and swim cap. This indoor race can help new triathletes gain confidence and it is also challenging for someone who regularly exercises.  

The Countryside YMCA Indoor Triathlon will be held in the indoor 8 lane competition pool, the cycling portion will be held in the Spin Studio and all running will be done on treadmills in the Cardio Strength Center. For this indoor triathlon, all events are based on time and all participants will swim for 10 minutes, bike for 20 minutes, and run for 15 mins.

Running an indoor triathlon helps athletes who wish to keep up their training over the winter, as well as encourage new athletes to try a triathlon if they haven’t done one before. “The great thing about a winter indoor Tri is that it encourages people who do triathlons to keep in shape in all three events year around,” said Earl Edmonds, participant and athlete who has completed 59 triathlons over the years.

Many events have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Countryside YMCA is working to make the necessary precautions to run a safe indoor triathlon. Check-in times will be staggered, and increased cleaning of equipment will happen between heats.

For more information including the registration form, check the Y’s website www.countrysideymca.org or contact Nate Brestelli at nate.brestelli@ymcastaff or call the Y at 513 932 1424.

 

About Countryside YMCA 

 

Countryside YMCA- one of the world’s largest YMCAs – is a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening the Warren County community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. For almost 40 years, Countryside YMCA has embodied the Christian principles that help people achieve a balance of spirit, mind and body. All are welcome to experience the unmatched facilities, outreach, and varied programs available only at the Y. www.countrysideymca.org

 

 

Click HERE for the registration application

Coffee with the Chamber @ Countryside YMCA - Event Center

Jan 14, 2021
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Thursday, January 14th
Registration Required
 
Coffee with the Chamber
Countryside YMCA Event Center Room
Time: 7:45-9:00am
 
 

Guest Speaker: Sherry Wise, Executive Director

Traditions of Lebanon Overview

Join us as Sherry Wise updates us on plans for the new Traditions of Lebanon, and answer any questions you might have.

Register HERE:

Click HEREto register for the In-person option

Click HERE to register for the Virtual Option (once you register, an email will be sent with the virtual meeting information)

 

Coffee with the Chamber is a great way to connect with Chamber members and support our local businesses! This event helps local community members network with each other and learn more about local businesses that might be a service to one another. If you are interested in sharing information about your business, be sure to contact the Chamber.

 

**In efforts to comply with the State’s orders and provide a safe & healthy atmosphere, we encourage social distancing during all Chamber Networking Events. We ask that you respect those around you, and practice healthy hygiene. Face Coverings: If you feel more protected and comfortable, please wear your face coverings. If you choose not to wear a face covering, we ask that you continue proper social distancing. If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is sick, we encourage you to stay home and join us virtually. **

Register is required for in-person & virtual options - see details

Talbert House FREE Lunch & Learns

Jan 12, 2021
Talbert House
Talbert House

At Talbert House we are hoping to hit the ground running with several new offerings to better meet the needs of the community and all those within it!

 

Attached to this email is a flyer for our new FREE lunch & learn series that will focus on:

  • Introduction to Mental Health - 1.19.21
  • Healthy Eating Habits - 2.16.21
  • 1 Year Anniversary of Covid-19 - 3.16.21
  • Low Risk Drinking - 4.20.21
  • Medication Safety - 5.18.21
  • Fostering Relationships - 6.15.21

 

Each month is a brief overview of the topic and designed to broadly explore the concept as well as provide additional resources for more in depth analysis.

more info

Click to register

HELLO 2021!

Check Out this Introduction of Talbert House Prevention Services as they say

HELLO to 2021!

Prevention Services develop strong, resilient individuals and communities. Based on the public health model, prevention services equip individuals with the necessary attitudes, behaviors and skills to achieve personal well-being, satisfaction and resilience. Using strength-based approaches and evidence-based models that are culturally aware and sustainable, Talbert House works with partners to develop and strengthen conditions that ensure communities are safe places to live and thrive. Services Offered Prevention Services for Clinton and Warren Counties offer training and workshops in schools and the community for both adults and children. Topics include but are not limited to: -Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) curriculum, check out our flyer to learn more. -Signs of Suicide (SOS) curriculum, check out our flyer to learn more. -Medication Safety -Low-Risk Alcohol Use -Social Emotional Skills -Life Skills -Professional Development / Workplace Workshops and Training -Information on Behavioral Health Topics and Community Resources To schedule a training or learn more about Prevention Services for Clinton and Warren Counties, contact Barbara Adams Marin at Barbara.AdamsMarin@talberthouse.org or 513-330-0346

 

 
 

Four Seasons of the Blue Hole Art Contest

Jan 12, 2021
more info

 

 

Four Seasons of the Blue Hole Art Contest
Four Seasons of the Blue Hole Art Contest

2021, the New Administration, and What it Means for You: New Webinar Series Will Educate and Inform: presented by Buckingham Advisors

Jan 7, 2021 - Jan 12, 2021

 

2021, the New Administration, and What it Means for You:
New Webinar Series Will Educate and Inform
In 2021, we see a new Presidential Administration and continued Congressional debates. With it will come new opportunities and challenges. Please join us for a three-part webinar series as we address questions on the minds of individual investors and small business owners: 

1.    Financial Planning Considerations Under a New Administration and Congress
2.    Current Trends and the Potential Impact from Washington on the Financial Markets
3.    The Latest Relief Package and What it Offers for Small Businesses
more info

 

Session 1:

Key Financial Planning Considerations Under a New Administration and Congress

January 7, 2021     
11:30am - 12:00pm

Speaker: 
Nicole T. Strbich, CFP®, CPWA®, EA
Director of Financial Planning


Topics of discussion: 
  • Coronavirus legislative relief for individuals 2.0
  • Financial planning opportunities and potential challenges for 2021 and beyond

Register To Attend

 

Session 2:

Current Trends and the Potential Impact from Washington on Markets

January 8, 2021
11:30am - 12:00pm
 
Speaker: 
Ryan P. Johnson, CFA, CFP® 
Director of Portfolio Management and Research

 
Topics of discussion: 
  • Politics and stocks over the past 6 months
  • Recent trends
  • Upcoming challenges and opportunities
 

Session 3:

The Latest Relief Package: What it Offers for Small Businesses

January 12, 2021
11:30am - 12:00pm
 
Speaker: 
Jessica A. Distel, CPA, MBA
Director of Tax and Business Services

 
Topics of discussion: 
  • Paycheck Protection Program modifications and second draw
  • Employee Retention Credit
  • Credits for paid sick and family leave
  • Deductibility of business meals
 

Join us for one, two or all three webinars. 
Please register with the links provided in each session.

Have a specific question you would like us to address? 
Please submit to:  

 service@mybuckingham.com or call 937-435-2742.
 
Buckingham Advisors

 

Let's Do Lunch at 5 Alarm Flavors - Registration Required

Jan 6, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Let's Do Lunch
Let's Do Lunch

 

We Hope to See You at 5 Alarm Flavors!

Be sure to register!

Register HERE

 

 

“Let’s Do Lunch” is a great way to make new connections during your lunch hour! Each month we will meet at a different local restaurant and spend the hour networking. Use this time to support our Chamber Restaurants and make new contacts!

**In efforts to comply with the State’s orders and provide a safe & healthy atmosphere, we encourage social distancing during all Chamber Networking Events. We ask that you respect those around you, and practice healthy hygiene. Face Coverings: If you feel more protected and comfortable, please wear your face coverings. If you choose not to wear a face covering, we ask that you continue proper social distancing. If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is sick, we encourage you to stay home and join us virtually. **

 

 

January New Member Orientation In-person or Online -Registration Required

Jan 4, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
NMO
New Member Orientation

New Member Orientation (In-person & Virtual Options Available) Registration is required

Register HERE:

Click HERE to register for the In-person option

Click HERE to register for the Virtual Option (once you register, an email will be sent with the virtual meeting information)

 

Bring your laptop or take notes on all the things the Chamber has to offer. Be sure to bring your questions, and ideas on how the Chamber can help grow your business. Learn how to get the most out of your membership. 

While it was designed for members who have joined the Chamber any time within the last year, all Members are invited to attend. This event is FREE! We hope to see you there!

At the orientation you will:
1. Learn about Chamber events and how you can become involved.
2. Learn the benefits of your Chamber Membership
3. Meet Chamber staff.

**In efforts to comply with the State’s orders and provide a safe & healthy atmosphere, we encourage social distancing during all Chamber Networking Events. We ask that you respect those around you, and practice healthy hygiene. Face Coverings: If you feel more protected and comfortable, please wear your face coverings. If you choose not to wear a face covering, we ask that you continue proper social distancing. If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is sick, we encourage you to stay home. **

 

Register is required for in-person & virtual options - see details

Chamber Chat @ Countryside YMCA Event Center Room (Registration Required)

Dec 15, 2020
9:00 am - 10:00 am

Register is required for in-person & virtual options - see details

Countryside YMCA Event Center Room 1699 Deerfield Rd. Lebanon, Ohio

  • visit the facebook page for Chamber Chat @ Countryside YMCA Event Center Room (Registration Required)
  • Chamber Chat

    Topic: The In's & Out's About the Coronavirus Vaccine

    Guest Speaker: Dr. Roberto Colón, M.D., FACP

    Roberto Colón, M.D., FACP is the Premier Health Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety, and the Associate Chief Medical Officer for the Miami Valley Hospital.  Dr. Colón was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and moved to New Jersey where he completed high school and attended Rutgers University.  He completed his Medical Degree at the Pennsylvania State College of Medicine in Hershey, PA before completing his residency in Internal Medicine at the Kettering Medical Center.  After completion of his training, Dr. Colón served in the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force base for 9 years where he attained the Rank of Lt. Colonel.  He then joined the Wright State University Internal Medicine Department where he served as the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director until September 2019 at which time he joined Premier Health.  Dr. Colón has a passion for teaching and has been the recipient of numerous teaching awards.  He has also received recognition from Wright State University and the Dayton Business Journal as an Innovator in Medicine.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Colón has served as a local subject matter expert coordinating with local health agencies, institutions of higher learning and business on how to manage their response to the pandemic.  He has completed over 300 media appearances helping educate others about COVID-19 and Influenza.  When not helping manage pandemics, Dr. Colón enjoys spending time at home with his wife and two children. 

    Registration Required

    Join Us In Person or Online

    Register HERE:

     

    Click HERE to register for the In-person option

     

    Click HERE to register for the Virtual Option (once you register, an email will be sent with the virtual meeting information)

    Are you looking for ways to get the most up-to-date information about our City, County, and Federal Government Agencies? If so, you will want to be sure to join us for our Chamber Chats each month. Chamber Chats are open to anyone in the community that would like to join us!

     

    **In efforts to comply with the State’s orders and provide a safe & healthy atmosphere, we encourage social distancing during all Chamber Networking Events. We ask that you respect those around you, and practice healthy hygiene. Face Coverings: If you feel more protected and comfortable, please wear your face coverings. If you choose not to wear a face covering, we ask that you continue proper social distancing. If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is sick, we encourage you to stay home and join us virtually. **

    Coffee with the Chamber @ Hidden Valley Orchards (In-person or Virtual Options)

    Dec 10, 2020
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
    Thursday, December 10th
    Registration Required
     
    Coffee with the Chamber
    Time: 7:45-9:00am
     
     

    Location: Hidden Valley Orchards

    5474 North State Route 48

    Lebanon, Ohio 45036

     

    Guest Speaker: Hidden Valley Orchards Owner, Robyn Lane

    Join us as Robyn shares with us about all that Hidden Valley has to offer! This is a great opportuntiy to hear first hand about their amazing business.

    Register HERE:

    Click HERE to register for the In-person option

    Click HERE to register for the Virtual Option (once you register, an email will be sent with the virtual meeting information)

     

    Coffee with the Chamber is a great way to connect with Chamber members and support our local businesses! This event helps local community members network with each other and learn more about local businesses that might be a service to one another. If you are interested in sharing information about your business, be sure to contact the Chamber.

     

    **In efforts to comply with the State’s orders and provide a safe & healthy atmosphere, we encourage social distancing during all Chamber Networking Events. We ask that you respect those around you, and practice healthy hygiene. Face Coverings: If you feel more protected and comfortable, please wear your face coverings. If you choose not to wear a face covering, we ask that you continue proper social distancing. If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is sick, we encourage you to stay home and join us virtually. **

    Register is required for in-person & virtual options - see details

    2020 LHS Christmas Fundraiser

    Dec 9, 2020 - Dec 20, 2020
    LHS Christmas Fundraiser
    LHS Christmas Fundraiser

    2020 LHS Christmas Fundraiser

    Together...We can help spread a little JOY this Holiday Season!

    We hope you will join us as we help the
    Lebanon High School Athletic Department's Captains' Council
    raise $10,000 to help 2 families and 20 students
    have a special Christmas this year.
     
    The LHS Captain's Council has successfully raised a little over $8,000 for this event. Their goal is to raise $10,000 this year so that they can give these families and students a special Christmas.
     
    Let's help our future leaders reach this goal!
    Deadline to Participate is 12.20.20
     
    If you are interested in participating, click HERE
    more info
    LHS Christmas Fundraiser
    LHS Christmas Fundraiser

    2020 LHS Christmas Fundraiser

     

    From the Lebanon High School Captain's Club:

    For the past several years, Lebanon High School Captain's Council has held a fundraiser to raise money to adopt a family through Interfaith Hospitality Network. These are families who have been temporarily misplaced and are unable to give their kids a special and happy Christmas. This year we have taken in two families, one is a single mom, the other is a single dad, both with two kids. We also have almost 20 LHS students to provide gifts for. We will shop, wrap and deliver packages for these families and students.

    This has been a crazy year for everyone and we would really appreciate your donation to help us reach our goal of $10,000. We want to make this Christmas special for these families in our community and we can’t do it without your help.

    You can make checks payable to LHS Athletics and a Captain's Council member can come pick it up from your business, or you can give it to Mrs. Angie Smith at the Chamber of Commerce. If you have any questions please feel free to call or text Grace Glassmeyer at (513) 274-8804 or Shellie Cornell in the Athletic department (513) 934-5131 . Your donation is greatly appreciated. Happy Holidays!

    Endorsement from LHS Athletics Dept.

     

    Dear Lebanon Merchant

    The individuals in possession of this letter are members of the Lebanon High School Athletic Department's Captains' Council. These student-athletes work to serve the community and improve the culture of personal growth surrounding Lebanon Athletics. The group is working with InterFaith Hospitality (513-934-5250) in Lebanon to adopt local families for Christmas. They will also be contributing toward anonymous gifts for classmates identified by teachers as underprivileged. They would sincerely appreciate any and all donations that your business would like to make to benefit this most worthy cause. Thank you in advance for any and all support you would be able to provide

    Respectfully

     

    Keith Pantling Director of Athletics Lebanon High School 

    Ohio Cash Buyers is Hiring!

    Dec 9, 2020 - Jan 9, 2021
    Ohio Cash Buyers Are Hiring Local Rockstars!
    Ohio Cash Buyers Are Hiring Local Rockstars!

    Ohio Cash Buyers Are Hiring Local Rockstars!

    Interested in joining our team? AWESOME! We’re always on the lookout for great people who love what we do. Check out our current openings, and then click on the job title to see the full job description and apply, OR reach out to our live chat in the bottom right corner to communicate with us directly. We look forward to speaking with you!

    more info

    Interested in joining our team? AWESOME! We’re always on the lookout for great people who love what we do. Check out our current openings, and then click on the job title to see the full job description and apply, OR reach out to our live chat in the bottom right corner to communicate with us directly. We look forward to speaking with you!

    Real Estate Acquisitions Specialist (Sales Rep) $125,000+/yr earning potential

    We’re hunting for at least one more House Buying Specialist (no RE license required!) with a real go-getter mentality. Your most important assets will be a no-excuses attitude toward getting houses purchased effectively and efficiently, along with a burning passion for personal growth. We are looking for someone who wants to grow and become a high 6-figure earner. If you don’t want to do what it takes to earn 6 figures, don’t apply!

    Transaction Coordinator $42,000-$50,000/yr

    You will be assisting our team of top-flight Buyers’ Agents overseeing the closing process from contract signing to closing. This is a people-oriented business and you will be working with nearly everyone in our company, including the CEO, as well as our customers and vendors. This job includes a variety of roles and responsibilities centered around contracts, title, utilities, Realtor/liaison duties, heavy phone calls to push sales through and arriving at creative solutions to get them to the finish line, admin duties, placing signs, pictures, and probably 10 more roles mixed in!

    Office General Manager $75,000-$100,000/yr

    The CEO is a leader in this space and has the vision, ability, and knowledge to easily see 50% YOY growth with the right person in this GM seat. If you’ve read “Traction,” we’re looking for our Integrator – seeking only those who CAN and WILL lead our team to do 30+ deals per month consistently and who has the knowledge, experience, and ability to truly do so. You are very much a “fixer” just as much as a “team-builder!”

    Exec Personal Asst/Marketing $40,000-$47,000/yr

    You’ll be the CEO’s number one person for information, organization, managing his schedule and calendar, managing marketing and data tasks, working with our vendors and partners, scheduling and ordering items, negotiating with an entire host of suppliers and vendors, etc. He’s extremely fast-paced and he has a major case of ADHD (really, not just saying that) so it’s your job to keep him on track, on task, and take over all of the extra overflow tasks. This is detail-oriented and there’s marketing involved!

     

    United Way of WC Volunteer Resource Center Toy Drive - Saturday, 12/12/20 Drop Off Event

    Dec 8, 2020 - Dec 12, 2020

    The United Way of Warren County Volunteer Resource Center is conducting our Annual Toy drive that traditionally benefits many children in our communities.  Because several companies that support this effort are still working remotely we are finding this year’s drive to be a challenge in reaching our normal collection results.  We are reaching out to individuals in our community like you to ask if you would consider donating a toy or two so that we can continue our project of helping families less fortunate in Warren County. 

     

     

     

    We are asking for new and unwrapped toys with a dollar value of at least $10.00, I will be at the Warren County United Way office on Saturday, December 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to collect toys from individual donors like yourself.  The office is located at 3989 US RT 42 in Lebanon (located across the road and cattycornered from the former Houston Inn).  Attached is a copy of the Toy Drive Flyer for more information on the distribution of the collected toys, please feel free to share this with your friends and family. 

     

     

     

    To observe the CDC guidelines on social distancing and limited person to person contact please complete and print the information below with the necessary donor information in advance and give it to me when you drop off your donation.

     

     

     

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at jlangworthy@uwwcoh.org.

     

     

     

    Thank you for your consideration! 

     

     

     

    Jerri Langworthy

     

    United Way of Warren County

     

    Volunteer Resource center

     

     

     

    DONOR INFORMATION:

     

     

     

     

     

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