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A Family Affair

Having a hand on the helm of a business is a Shiver family tradition, whether as CEO behind Shiver Security or literally piloting a Flight Solutions jet. Running a successful enterprise carries a commitment to the community, a commitment that has been recognized for generations of Shiver leadership.

Three Simple Strategies to Reduce Tax-Time Stress

As many of us know too well, there is no way to escape filing your taxes. It can be a stressful time.

Save the Date

Stepping Stones builds pathways to independence for area individuals with disabilities. The tournament will be held on a 25-station course, and will include lunch, training, and a postevent reception. Tickets are $250 for a single shooter, or $1,000 for a foursome. “Through this event, we’re trying to do a small part to provide much-needed respite from the demands of caregiving for families,” Stepping Stones Board of Trustees Member Brian Folke, event co-chair of Indian Hill, said. “Building on last year’s successes, we have solidified several new corporate sponsors and partnerships. And, our new venue provides easy access for new participants for this day of sportsmanship.”

The Christian Village at Mason First in World to Offer The Include Platform™, a Breakthrough Digital Health & Wellness Platform

Local non-profit retirement community, The Christian Village at Mason (CVM) is the first senior living organization in the world to offer The Include Platform™, an internationally recognized digital health & wellness platform that pairs inclusive fitness equipment with integrated cloud software to improve outcomes while lowering barriers and costs.

Women of Influence Awards 2017

Helping Others Gain Confidence and Knowledge Through Smiles

The Lighthouse Youth Services Oral Health Program in Cincinnati received the Ohio Dental Association Access to Dental Care Program Award on Friday, September 15 at the Callahan Celebration of Excellence, held in conjunction with the 151st ODA Annual Session.

Diana Maria Lara Named Director Of Communications For Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO), one of the nation’s leading orchestras, has appointed Diana Maria Lara as the Director of Communications, succeeding Meghan Berneking.

Deaconess Associations, Inc. Appoints Three to Advisory Committees

Deaconess Associations Inc., a Cincinnati health company providing hospital and specialty healthcare services since 1888, has selected three new members to its board-level committee structure.

Contemporary Meets Comfort

Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams had a few goals in mind when they brought their namesake store to the Cincinnati market: filling the striking, two-story space with furnishings consumers won’t find anywhere else, and introducing the local area to the chain’s trademark focus on comfort.

Enduring. Intriguing. Home.

This remarkable Indian Hill estate, originally known as Wellridge Estate, traces its history to the 1830s, when Hamilton County Engineer James Given acquired the land and began building a farmhouse for his family. Construction was completed by the next owner, John Symmes Buckingham, son of pioneering parents who helped settle Ohio.

Telhio Civic Leadership Awards Luncheon

Continuing the Legacy of World-Class Cardiovascular Care

Over the past 25 years, many significant firsts in cardiovascular medicine have taken place at The Christ Hospital, including the region’s first balloon angioplasty, first open-heart bypass and first stent procedure.

A Hometown Force

As a Harvard graduate, Jane Timken is not only the current Chairman of the Ohio Republican Party, but also the first woman in Ohio’s history to serve as Chairman.

A New Year - A New Financial Opportunity

Tis the season of resolutions, and while almost half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, very few are successful in seeing them through. While many will rightfully focus on physical wellness by eating healthier or working out at the gym, we believe you should also focus on your financial wellness.

Generational Wealth

Have you ever looked back upon crisis moments in your life, struggles to succeed or seasons of long hours and hard work and found yourself smiling? If so, it is likely you cherish these adventures in your life because you grew or became wiser or maybe you even failed, but you value the experience because it forms who you are today.

Called to do Something Bigger

What happens when you start a small program for girls in Cincinnati, and it grows into a huge national organization? According to Patti Garibay, founder and executive director of American Heritage Girls (AHG), you give God all the credit. “I started something that I thought would just be for my daughter, to help her have fun with scouting but still be based on the Biblical principles that are important to our family.”

Happy to lead with a Healthy Heart

Garren Colvin, president and CEO of St. Elizabeth Healthcare and a co-chair of the upcoming 25th annual Cincinnati Heart Ball, committed to a year of walking – and walking – while talking the American Heart Association (AHA) fundraising talk. Colvin and his wife, Susan, along with St. Elizabeth physician Dr. D. P. Suresh and his wife, Subhadra, are sharing the co-chairing responsibilities for this year’s event, themed “Celebrating 25 Years of Heart.”