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Premier Health Live Webinars + Q&A

Aug 26, 2021 - Oct 27, 2021

Live Webinars + Q&A

Facilitated by Licensed EmployeeCare Counselors

Join the Premier Community Health EmployeeCare* Team for the following complimentary webinars focused on stress resilience, increasing engagement & minimizing unconscious bias within the workplace. RSVP details are below.

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The Hunt for Good - Scavenger Hunt ($5,000 prize!)

Aug 26, 2021 - Oct 26, 2021

 

 

$5,000 awaits....register today! 

 

$5,000 awaits....

REGISTER TODAY!

 

There are 7 keys hidden in Warren County, but only 1 opens a treasure chest containing $5,000!

 

 

 

The Hunt For Good - $5,000 awaits....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About The Hunt For Good:


There will be 5 challenges, 3 virtual, 1 physical, and a pre-hunt challenge

  • This is a chance to win $5,000!
  • $50 dollars registers a person or team of 4 or less for the hunt!
  • Uncover Warren County History
  • Solve online clues to find 4 hidden items
  • Free raffle ticket included with 1 registration
  • Free pass to Warren County Historical Society with $50 registration
  • All proceeds will benefit survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

Hunt solo or on a team!
Visit Thehuntforgood.org for more details and to register! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you know someone who might be interested in registering a Company Team?

 

 

Company benefits: 

  • Increase staff morale and positive attitude toward company teams
  • Rebuild relationships with co-workers following a detached remote work environment
  • COVID “friendly”: able to participate virtually and/or in-person or hybrid
  • Enhances respect for diverse skill sets and different ways of looking at problem solving
  • Provides opportunity for diverse co-workers to work together in a fun, yet healthy competitive way
  • Helps local community. All proceeds will go to a respected, local, non-profit (The Abuse Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County)

Visit Thehuntforgood.org for more details and to register! 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Traditions of Lebanon - Open Houses!

Sep 24, 2021 - Dec 8, 2021
Open Houses!
Open Houses!

We are having Open Houses this Fall in our model Villa #10 and would love to see you!  

Many of our Villas are now OPEN!  We even have a few residents moving in!

The entire Community is changing every week and will be scheduled to open in January! 

Please enter at the southern entrance and park on the street.  

October Homearama Events!

Oct 1, 2021 - Nov 1, 2021

Join us at Homearama's Events this October at Union Village! Click for the October Calendar of Events!

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HBA Calendar
HBA Calendar

Join us for these exciting events at Union Village Homearama!

HBA Calendar
HBA Calendar

 

 

WCHS October Events

Oct 6, 2021 - Nov 1, 2021
WCHS Oct Events
WCHS Oct Events

Click for more events hosted by the Warren County Historical Society this month! We hope to see you there!

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WCHS Oct Events
WCHS Oct Events

WCHS October Events

WCHS Oct Events
WCHS Oct Events

Join us at each of these exciting events in October hosted by the Warren County Historical Society!

WCHS Oct Events
WCHS Oct Events

 

 

Christmas 2021 - Stockings for the Troops

Oct 6, 2021 - Dec 25, 2021

 

           
           
 
 

 

 


 

 

CHRISTMAS 2021 STOCKINGS FOR THE TROOPS

 

 

 

Send Our Troops a Little Holiday Cheer!

 

 

 

For the 11th year, Mueller Funeral Home is once again proud to host the Stockings for the Troops initiative.

 

 

 

           Please take a moment to gather items for our troops. You can bring the items (see list below) in a stocking or NOT in a stocking to be mailed to the troops. We will be sure the items NOT in a stocking are distributed the same as all the other items in a stocking. Stop in during business hours to pick-up a Free Christmas Stocking while supply lasts, fill it with Christmas cheer, and return it to Mueller Funeral Home by Friday, November 5th to be shipped to deployed troops just in time for the Holidays.

 

 

 

           The “short list” of recommended items: hygiene & health products, games, cards, reading material, weather-protective items, and of course, candy, gum, and snacks. If possible, please attach $3 to your stocking to help with shipping costs.

 

 

 

           If you have a loved one or know a local HERO currently serving overseas,

 

please supply us with his or her A.P.O. Address!

 

 

 

If desired, Monetary donations for shipping may be given to Mueller Funeral Home with your tax-deductible check made out to Yellow Ribbon Support Center.  Please call for further information.

 

 

 

Please feel free to contact Ashley with any questions:

 

513-398-9100     ashleym@mfh1.com

 

 

 

6791 Tylersville Road   Mason, OH 45040        513-398-9100     www.MuellerfuneralS.com

 

 

 

**PLEASE NO GLITTER ON STOCKINGS**

 

 

 

Return by November 5, 2021

 

 

 

DO NOT SEND FOLLOWING ITEMS:

 

-          LITHIUM BATTERIES

 

-         SOAP

 

-         GLASS CONTAINERS

 

-         LARGE “ECONOMY” SIZE ITEMS (ANYTHING LARGER THAN 4-6 oz)

 

-          AEROSOL CANS OF ANY SORT (THESE CANNOT BE SHIPPED)

 

-          USED ITEMS – ALL ITEMS SHOULD BE NEW                                                                                    

 

Example of recommended items:

 

-          Baby Wipes, Flavored Drink Powder Sticks, Hand Sanitizer, Lip Balm, Razors/Refills, Hand Warmers, Multivitamins, Vit C Drops, Tums, Maalox, Pepto Tabs, Mints, Hard Candy, Gum, Beef Jerky, Slim Jim, Protein/Power Bars, Granola Bars, Hot Chocolate, Microwavable Soup, Mac & Cheese, Pop Tarts, Playing Cards, Games, Paperback Books, Puzzles, Stationery, Blank Greeting Cards, (Birthday, Anniversary, Sympathy) for Soldiers to write/send to loved ones.

 

Refer to: https://www.yellowribbonsupportcenter.com/soldiers-wish-list/ for additional ideas

 

Instructions:

 

 **All Travel-Size Liquid Containers:  Please place in a separate ziplock bag--not in stocking. Shampoo, Body Wash, Mouthwash, etc.(travel size recommended)

 

**Deodorant/Cream Needs to be placed in separate ziplock bag-- not in stocking.

 

 

 

Fill stockings with miscellaneous items. If you have more than what the stocking will hold place the stocking in a 2-gallon ziplock bag with the remaining items along side of it.

 

Please do not staple or sew closed the stockings.

 

 

 

If possible, please attach $3 (or any amount) to stocking for shipping & handling. 

 

A tax-deductible check may be made out to Mueller Funeral Home.

 

 

 

RETURN by Friday, November 5, 2021 to:        

 

Mueller Funeral Home  6791 Tylersville Road  Mason, OH  45040      513-398-9100   www.MuellerfuneralS.com

 

 

 

                         Call or e-mail Sandy for further information: 513-398-9100,  ashleym@mfh1.com

Wind Down Wednesdays!

Oct 7, 2021 - Dec 8, 2021
Wind Down Wednesdays!
Wind Down Wednesdays!

We are having Open Houses this Fall in our model Villa #10 and would love to see you!  

Many of our Villas are now OPEN!  We even have a few residents moving in!

The entire Community is changing every week and will be scheduled to open in January! 

Please enter at the southern entrance and park on the street.  Call me if you have any questions 

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APC Annual Dinner - "We Salute You" Awards

Oct 26, 2021
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

APC Annual Dinner

And “We Salute You” Awards

 

Tuesday, October 26, 2021    5:30-8:30

 

Valley Vineyards in Morrow

 

Cost -  $55 per person https://www.apcwc.org/events/apc-anual-dinner

To pay by check – make payable to  Area Progress Council

                                                  mail to  P O Box 802, Lebanon, Ohio  45036

 

Indicate Entree choice:

NY Strip; Filet; Salmon; Shrimp; Veg Kabob or Crab Cakes

Includes 2 drink tickets

 

RSVP by Thursday, October 21, 2021

 

         

 

 

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"Steps to Starting Your New Business" Class

Oct 27, 2021
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

STEPS TO STARTING YOUR NEW BUSINESS

The Warren County Small Business Development Center is sponsoring a FREE SEMINAR “Steps to Starting Your New Business” on October 27th, 2021 from 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM.

The seminar will be held at Deerfield Township Government Center, 4900 Parkway Drive, Deerfield Township, OH 45040 www.deerfieldtwp.com Topics to be discussed: Business Plans, The Business Name, Professional Service Providers, Taxes, Licenses, Permits, Legal Issues, Record Keeping, The 5 C’s of Credit Management, Business Loans, early-stage Marketing and much more…

>>Presented by Graydon Law and Heritage Bank Anyone considering starting up a business or anyone who recently started a business should attend. **Attendance Limit = 18**

You have four ways to register for the event: Register on line at: http://clients.ohiosbdc.ohio.gov/events.aspx Call Rebekah Brigano at 513-695-2090, Email rebekah.brigano@co.warren.oh.us http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=xh9qlrqab&oeidk=a07eio 6cz2a0f942a5

COUNTRYSIDE YMCA REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY HONORS ALL VETERANS

Nov 11, 2021 - Nov 12, 2021

Since the Civil War, the Y has provided services to the military, and they continue to support military members and their families. On Thursday, November 11, Countryside YMCA will give back to veterans by honoring all the men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces at their annual Veteran’s Day event.

 

This event is free and open to the community. The Y especially welcomes veterans, their spouses, and their children. The program, held at the Y’s Lebanon location, will begin at noon followed by a boxed lunch. Julie Fennessey, coordinator of the Countryside YMCA Stolle Center said, “We hold this program annually to honor all our veterans, and to recognize our local heroes.” The event, which averages 300 in attendance, is a full military protocol program.

 

The first class of participants from the Y’s newest program, Veterans Connect, will also be honored during the ceremony. Veterans Connect is a FREE 12 week program designed specifically to meet the needs of local veterans and is lead by Mike Morang, a former Senior Medical Advisor in the Navy. He retired from the military after 28 years of service and started a new career as an ACE certified personal trainer at the Y.

 

“When we realized there was no local program for veterans that offered fitness opportunities, nutrition information, mental health support and comradery with other veterans we decided to create that type of comprehensive program,” said Executive Director Zach McCollum. “It will be great to honor the first class of participants at this year’s Veteran’s Day event,” he added.

 

Each year the Y honors one of the oldest living veterans in Warren County with a United States flag. This year’s recipient is Don Ellis. Don, age 87, served in the US Army Airborne from 1954 – 1957. He attended Airborne parachute jump school at Ft. Bragg, NC and served in the 82nd airborne division. Don is now an active member in Countryside YMCA’s Stolle Center.

 

The guest speaker is Major General Retired Sheriff Gordon Ellis. Ellis was the commanding general for Task Force Spartan. He participated in Operation Joint Guardian, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. He earned 14 military decorations, 3 foreign medals, and 2 military badges including a Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster and a Bronze star. After retiring from the Army with 39 years of service, Ellis began his full-time law enforcement career in 1985 as a Deputy Sheriff. He went on to be a Police Officer, Sergeant and Police Chief in several Ohio cities before moving to Brown County where he now serves as Sheriff.

 

The Little Miami High School JROTC will present the Colors and the Warren County Sheriff's Department Honor Guard, Pipe and Drum Corps will give a 21-gun salute. In addition, there will be a moment of silence to remember all Prisoner’s of War and those Missing in Action. The Lebanon High School jazz band will perform.

 

To help pay for this event, the Y is selling flags for heroes. To honor any soldiers, sailors, Marines, airmen or guardians, the public can purchase flags for $5 from their website. Flags will be displayed on the front lawn of Countryside YMCA through November 12. All proceeds will be used to fund the Veterans Day event and other veteran programs at the Y.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Julie Fennessey Countryside YMCA 513.932.1424.148 Julie.Fennessey@ymcastaff.org

Reservations for the event are required. To make your reservation, to purhcase a flag, or to learn more about Veterans Connect for more information, check the YMCA’s website at www.countrysideymca.org or contact Julie Fennessey at 513 932 1424.

About Countryside YMCA Since 1978, Countryside YMCA has embodied the Christian principles that welcome everyone in an environment where people of all ages can achieve a balance of spirit, mind and body. Located on a beautiful 126-acre property, Countryside YMCA is one of the world’s largest YMCAs offering eight pools, five gymnasiums, two indoor tracks, a rock climbing wall, a 13,000 square ft. cardio/ weight room, the Arts Center, Stolle Center for active seniors, the Motion Zone for active youth, a wide range of exercise, sports, and creative expression classes, disc golf, summer day camp for kids, and scenic trails. To learn more, please visit www.countrysideymca.org.

 

 

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Mike Morang : Mike Morang, a former Senior Medical Advisor in the Navy, is now an ACE certified personal trainer who leads Countyside YMCA’s newest program, Veterans Connect.

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Mike Morang : Mike Morang, a former Senior Medical Advisor in the Navy, is now an ACE certified personal trainer who leads Countyside YMCA’s newest program, Veterans Connect.
Mike Morang : Mike Morang, a former Senior Medical Advisor in the Navy, is now an ACE certified personal trainer who leads Countyside YMCA’s newest program, Veterans Connect.

Deck The Halls Annual Christmas Bazaar - St. Francis de Sales

Nov 13, 2021
Deck the Halls
Deck the Halls

Join us on November 13th for "Deck The Halls Annual Christmas Bazaar" and Pictures with Santa!

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Grand Raffle
Grand Raffle

Deck the Halls - Grand Raffle!

Pictures with Santa
Pictures with Santa