Please see the attached flyer.

2015 CMC Program flyer

My name is LaVerne DeArmond and I would like to share an outstanding Certification program  which is offered here at your Community Action Agency. We are currently recruiting for a class that begins on September 28, 2015.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

LaVerne DeArmond

Education Facilitator/CMC/ Workforce Development

1740 Langdon Farm  Rd.  Cincinnati, Ohio 45237

(513) 924-2027 Direct Line

(513) 569-1840 x 1049, Fax (513) 569-4368

 

 

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Greetings to all, 

 

Thursday night is Paddock Hills Night at It’s Commonly Jazz.  Come out to the Seasongood Pavilion at Eden Park from 6 to 8 to join your neighbors and Cincinnati jazz lovers at an event  celebrating its 30 year anniversary.  Performing this week is the Tia Fuller Quartet, http://itscommonlyjazz.com/artist4.html.  

 

This family friendly event was created by neighbor, Carolyn Wallace and has become a staple summer activity for many Cincinnati jazz fans.  There is plenty of free parking at the Cincinnati Art Museum.  Bring a picnic or get your dinner at a food truck behind the pavilion.  

 

Let’s have a great turnout and show Cincinnati that Paddock Hills loves jazz!

 

Regards, 

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Good morning, 

 

There is an Open House at 1323 Avon Dr. on Sunday, August 23, 2015, from noon to 2 pm. The link is below. I often get emails asking about properties for sale in Paddock Hills so if you know of anyone that is interested, please forward this email to the interested party!

 

 

Regards, 

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Hi to all, 

 There is a community meeting scheduled on Monday August 24, 2015 @ 7 pm. With the temperatures looking like they will be tolerable, we will be having the meeting at the Avon Woods Nature Center. 

 On the agenda for the meeting will be representatives from District 4, Engine 9 (if they aren’t on a run) and Wayne Coates, Hamilton County Recorders Office.

 Also, we will be going over the NSP (Neighborhood Support Program) budget for 2015/2016 fiscal year and asking the community to vote on the budget for the year. This program is where Paddock Hills receives funds from the city for our events, garden areas, etc. 

 As always, we hope to see you there!

 Thank you, 

 Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Good afternoon, 

Cincinnati Neighborhood Games is still looking for additional neighborhoods to become involved with the games. Anyone out there want to throw their hat in as a captain? 

 Please contact me or Henry Frondorf, frondorfhenry@gmail.com
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

 

Hi Lina,

I saw you posted my email regarding our search for neighborhood captains on your website.  Thank You!
Has there been any interest?
We are up to 22 neighborhoods with a captain (see attached map) so things are moving in the right direction.
If you could continue to ask around that would be great!
Thanks again for all the help.
Henry
President, Cincinnati Neighborhood Games

 

Greetings to all, 


A reminder that this coming Tuesday, August 4, 2015, 7 pm to 9 pm, is the Ice Cream Social/National Night Out. 

As usual, we will have face painting, magician, balloon artist, representatives from District 4, Engine 9, hot dogs, metts and last but not least, ice cream! Also, there will be a children’s choir & dancers from the New Vision United Methodist Church. This is their first time joining us on National Night Out. 

The location is Paddock Hills Lane between Avon Drive & Paddock Hills Avenue. The street will be closed at approximately 6 pm for set up for the event. It will reopen at approximately 9:30 pm when all the materials are taken down. 

Please bring your membership dues with you. The dues are what helps us put on the events that Paddock Hills is all about, neighbors & family. Your dues membership also entitles you to be able to bring items to be shredded on August 8th, 2015 from 10 am to 12 noon, location is the Avon Woods Nature Center, 4235 Paddock Rd.. There is no limit on the amount to be shredded. 

Hope to see you there!

Regards, 
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

Hey Everybody, 


I’m a little late on getting this message out.  The kids and I hada week away, which delayed my post party “thank you”. I am back,a little more pink, with some new freckles on my head.

It appeared to me that everyone had a great time at the block party lastweek, and the weather (while a little steamy) held just long enough. Theband sounded awesome, the food was tasty and the beer stayed cold (andtrust me, I checked :)  It was great to see new faces in the crowdand catch up with those who I’ve known for the past 12 years.  Thanksto the 200+ people who braved the heat, brought out dishes to share, dancedin the streets–yes Martha, we all saw you–and in general, “made”the party.

First and foremost, I would like everyone to pass along a big “thanks”and “farewell” to Brad Hemphill (he is cc’d on this message),the man behind the grill. In addition to being a master of the flame, Bradhas been a friend and neighbor in Paddock Hills for 11 years.  He,his wife Christy and their three boys recently moved from 1323 Avon Dr.to Loveland, and will be greatly missed. Brad, great job and thank youfor your friendship over the years.  

This just in, there’s a nice house available on Avon Dr.!

A big credit for this year’s event goes to the planning group of The PaddockHills Assembly; Lina Orr, Donald Swain, Lynne Stone, Joyce Coleman, SusanGlas, Lu Brown and Janice Lambert. Each of these folks spent many hoursfiling paperwork, gathering the food and supplies, and coordinating thepieces that made this a fun experience. Along with this group goes anotherthanks to the setup crew; Joe Galvin, Paul Kitzmiller, Joe Ayers, RickByrd, Leon Washington and Cathy Lowry.  And to all of those who helpedserve the food and pack the party away, great job.

As you can see, there are a number of people who pitch in and make thisneighborhood a great place to live. But, please…we need your help andinput.  Every great neighborhood has a group of people that MAKE itgreat. From lobbying The City for street repairs to planting gardens alongthe entrances or even managing a Facebook page, we need folks who care.Please come out to the meetings (there’s one tomorrow night) and get involved;pick a project, find a cause. If you’ve ever had a “you know whatthis area needs?” thought when walking through the neighborhood, comehelp us make it so.

See you at the Ice Cream Social next week!

Jake Weyand
1283 Avon Dr

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From: “Lina K. Orr” <turnerorr2@aol.com>
Date: Jul 13, 2015 4:56 PM
Subject: Block Party set up help
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Hi again!


We are looking for some neighbors to help set up for the block party. The time would be 1 pm. It should take about an hour or so depending on how many people come to help out. The set up includes putting up tables & chairs, kids area, etc. 

Please meet at Jake Weyand’s place at that time and he will start directing! If you could email me back so we have an idea of who will help out, that would be great!

Thank you, 

Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216


Hi to all, 

Just a reminder that the Spring/Summer Block Party, Block & Rock is this coming Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 4 pm to 8 pm on Paddock Hills Lane between Avon Dr. & Paddock Hills Ave. 

The band, Color Blind, is playing. They were great and we can’t wait to have fun dancing in the streets again. 

There will be food, pop, water & beer. We are asking for a $5 donation to offset costs but it is not required. There will be chairs that go with the tables for eating. If you want to be comfortable afterwards, I would suggest bringing your own lawn chairs. 

There will also be face painting, ladder golf, cornhole, and a movie in the garage. 

Below is the link to the Evite (online party invitation), it would be great if you would RSVP if you have not already. 

http://evite.me/A3Uza2hQz8

As a reminder, please no pets. Also, streets will be closed at approximately 12 pm (noon). If you wish to access Paddock Hills Ave., you will have to use Paddock Road. To access Avon Dr., Westminster Dr., Perth, Bristol & Reading Lanes, you will need to use Reading Road. 

Regards, 

Lina K. Orr

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Good afternoon, 


Paddock Hills Assembly is in need of volunteers to deliver flyers around the neighborhood around the weekend of July 11, 2015. 

It would be great if we had a volunteer for each street to deliver to those homes. In the case of Avon Dr. & Westminster Dr. being the longer streets, two volunteers would be great. 

The flyers are for the Block Party (July 18), Ice Cream Social (National Night Out August 4) and the membership forms with envelopes. 

I will be happy to deliver the flyers to you for delivery on the weekend of July 11. 

Please let me know. 

Thanks, 
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216