Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Finneytown Neighborhood Alert

Finneytown peeps, be on the lookout for a white vehicle with a white male driver (wearing a red and black jacket). He stole packages off of my neighbors front porch on Eastgate.   We have to watch out for each other and get this guy arrested. 

Watch in HD, it looks a little better.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Carol Schubert Passed Away ....

It saddens me to announce yet another wonderful human being who has passed away from cancer.  Bob and Carol Schubert raised their family here in Viewplace. Carol will be remembered for her volunteer services at church, YMCA, and child advocacy work.  Her granddaughter, Katie, was a playmate to my daughter for many years crossing through the backyards to visit each other.  As instructed, the girls were required to call once they reached their destination so Carol and I had many times to talk on the phone about the neighborhood.  We extend our deepest condolences, sympathy, and love to Bob and her big family.

Springfield Township Winterfest Celebration

Enjoy the  19 annual tradition of Springfield Township’s Winterfest ! D oors open at 12:30p.m. Enjoy a Madcap Puppet Show, part icipate in crafts and sing carols on e hay ride. Free photos with Santa, facepain ting and games for kids will top off the afternoo n. Concessions will be available for pur ase. Free Admission! Split the Pot, dona tions & concessions support Art sConnect

More event details at www.TheArt sConnect.us/winterfe st 522-1410

Details here ...

Thursday, October 22, 2015

In loving memory of Sue Hummer...

Information about Sue Hummer's memorial mass at St. Vivian's Church is here.  I got to know Sue through the PTA  and neighborhood association soon after my daughter received the "Big Heart Award."  This award is given to a middle school student  to honor Sue and Dan's daughter, Stephanie.

I will remember Sue for living a faith-filled and purpose driven life. She was an example for all us.

Friday, October 16, 2015

In loving memory of our dear friend, child advocate, and neighbor...

I learned that Sue Hummer, our dear friend and neighbor, passed away peacefully in her home. Our deepest condolences to Dan, her sons and  their family, and all her friends.

Sue will be remembered for many things, by many people, but I will remember her faith and devotion  to serving God, her husband Dan, her family, and her community.  Whether it was passing time at the gas pump or running into each other in the neighborhood or meetings, I will remember her face lighting up when she talked about the Big Heart Award,  her niece's Thanksgiving meal, her sons and their new families, and other events that filled her day.  She lived her life with purpose and devotion.  She had a way for fixing things in our  neighborhood and at school.  She also took to the time to comfort people in their time of need.

My deepest condolences to Dan and her big family, and  her many friends who loved and cherished her being, her light, courage, and her faith.


May her sweet light shine in the darkness,
My her memory unfold as prayers for the living, and 
May her grace, courage, and faith continue to fill the silence.

Our prayers go out to Dan, family, and friends...



Wednesday, September 30, 2015

McFarlin vs. Hufford?

It's important that we get the right information in regard to the upcoming election so please look over the following links to learn about the candidates.  Here is a tape from "Dan Hurley's Newsmakers" Sunday program.




Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Whether You're Seeing Red or Green Signs ....

It's election time and someone is trying to get our attention. Please take the time to read up on the candidates and issues. Remember the Finneytown Civic Association is sponsoring "Meet the Candidate Night."


SUNDAY October 18, 2015 from 7-9 PM













Newsmakers, September 27, 2015 - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati - Newsmakers

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH ALERT

Please report any and all suspicious activity or people  to the Springfield Township police.  If you see someone walking around your neighbor's property and you're not sure they're home, use the neighborhood directory to call. If they don't respond or you don't have a number, call 911 and give them a description of what you see.  If you hear dogs barking or unusual sounds, call the police. A patrol car will be dispatched to check things out. It may be a contractor giving estimates for something or it may be a person posing as a contractor while another person is burglarizing the home. In any event, Rob Browden, the new Chief of Police, encourages us all to give them a call and they'll come check it out.