April 2012 - Triple Crown

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April 2012 - Triple Crown
Triple Crown Life
a social publication for the residents of triple crown
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B o o n e C o u n t y N o n - E m e r g e nc y
Emergency Medical Service
859.384-3342
Fire Department 859-384-3342
Police
859-371-0008
Utilities
Duke Energy/Gas/Electric
800-544-6155
Water & Sewer 859-586-6155
Telephone/Cable - Insight
888-735-0300
“A Trusted Name in Roofing for Over 50 Years”
schools
The Goddard School - Kindergarten
859-525-0555
Mann Elementary 859-384-5000
New Haven Elementary
859-384-5325
Gray Middle
859-384-5333
Ryle High
859-384-5300
EXCELLENCE BY NATURE
St Henry District High School
859.525.5848
Thomas More College 859-341-5800
Superior Installation.
Unmatched Customer Service.
ABS Autism Learning Center 513-861-0300
Your local one stop destination for
countertops, tile, faucets, sinks and more!
c I TY nUM B ERS
Boone County Parks & Recreation 859-334-2283
City of Union
• Reading
• Orton-Gillingham trained teachers for
Dyslexia & other reading issues
• Math - Math Group for Acceleration
• Science - Transformations/Science Acceleration
• Grammer/Writing
• Study Skills
• Languages: Spanish, French, German
• Foreign Language Preschool Immersion Classes
• Kids on Stage Children’s Theater
Bring
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countertop with the
purchase and installation
of your kitchen countertops
• Performing Arts
• Opportunities for Home School Groups
Extended Services for Snow Days
Early Dismissal/School Closed
• Summer Programs and Camps
• You may be eligible for FREE Tutoring!
- Must be Approved for Free or Reduced Lunch
AND attend an Eligible School.
- One of many approved SES providers under NCLB
• ACT/SAT (one on one)
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 9am-1pm
www.ebngranite.com
ENROLL NOW!
www.LearningCurveTutoringCenter.com
[email protected]
9250 Brookfield Court Suite 400
Florence, KY 41042
(859)283 1130
[email protected]
859-384-1511
Library/Scheben Branch 859-342-2665
Poison Emergency
859-382-9097
Post Office
800-275-8777
BMV
859-842-0480
State Police Road Conditions
800-261-7623
DISCLAIMER: N2 Publishing is not affiliated with or contracted by the Triple Crown HOA (the “Association”). This publication, including the content of articles and advertisements contained herein, is not authorized or endorsed by the Association. Any articles included in this publication and/or opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the views of
N2 Publishing but remain solely those of the author(s). The paid advertisements contained within the Triple Crown Life
magazine are not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the publisher. Therefore, neither N2 Publishing nor the
publisher may be held liable or responsible for business practices of these companies. NOTE: When community events take
place, photographers may be present to take photos for that event and they may be used in this publication.
AREA DIRECTOR Linda Gardner
859.250.3548
[email protected]
PHOTOGRAPHER: Pete Shively
859.240.7281
[email protected]
ON THE COVER: Fairy Play in Whirlaway by Resident: Pam Porter
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NeighborhoodSponsors
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This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a
trusted neighborhood vendor to use. Take a minute to familiarize yourself
with the businesses sponsoring Triple Crown.
These local businesses are proud to partner with your neighborhood and
make this newsletter possible. Please support these businesses and thank
them for supporting Triple Crown!
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LANDSCAPING /
LAWN MAINTENANCE
Natures Way
(859) 282-7119
natureswaynky.com
LIGHTING
Wiseway Supply
(859) 371-2211
wisewaysupply.com
ACCOUNTING
Marion J. Padgett, CPA
(859) 485-9100
padgettmastronardo-cpas.com
COLLEGE PRIVATE
Thomas More College
(859) 341-5800
thomasmore.edu
FENCES
Invisible Fence
(859) 371-8200
invisiblefence.com
APPLIANCES
Hagedorn Appliances
(859) 342-6060
hagedorn.brandsource.com
COSMETIC
DENTISTRY / ORAL
SURGERY
J. Robert Foote, Jr. DMD
(859) 283-1911
yourcommonwealthdental.com
GRANITE / MARBLE /
NATURAL STONE
Excellence by Nature
(859) 283-1130
ebngranite.com
AUDIO / VISUAL
Masterpiece Audio Video
(859) 341-3520
masterpieceaudio.com
AUTO DEALERSHIP
Porsche of Kings Automall
(513) 851-5900
kings-automall.porschedealer.com
BEAUTY SALON
Hair Color Xperts
(859) 331-3360
haircolorexpertscrestview.com
CARPET CLEANING
Widmer's
(513) 321-7600
widmerscleaners.com
DENTAL
General & Cosmetic Dentistry
(859) 384-1700
wrightnkysmiles.com
DENTIST - PEDIATRIC
Union Pediatric Dentist / Struckhoff
Orthodontics
(859) 384-6050
(859) 356-6630
EYE CARE
Wing Eyecare
(859) 282-0911
wingeyecare.com
HEATING & AIR
CONDITIONING
Arlinghaus Heating & Air Conditioning
(859) 727-9000
arlinghausair.com
Steve's Heating & Cooling
(859) 647-8100
stevesheating.com
HOME
ENHANCEMENTS
Ray St. Clair Roofing
(513) 874-1234
HOME
IMPROVEMENT
Champion Windows
(513) 898-1694
HOSPITALS / HEALTH
CARE
Hospice of the Bluegrass - NKY
(859) 441-6332
hospicebg.org / northern.html
MASSAGE
Laura Lander Massage
(859) 283-0044
www.lauralandermassage.com
INSURANCE
Tri-City Insurance & Services Inc
(859) 371-7006
tciky.com
MEN’S CLOTHIER
J. Hilburn Men's Clothier / Cynthia
Fassler
(859) 640-2650
jhilburn.com
INTERIOR DESIGN
Kordenbrock Interiors
(859) 341-0072
Kordenbrock.com
Polished Panache
(513) 519-5040
polishedpanache.com
KITCHEN
REMODELERS
Kitchentune-up
(859) 384-0840
kitchentuneup.com
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MOVERS
D & D Storage & Moving
(859) 291-5960
danddstorageandmoving.com
H.Johnson Moving & Storage
(859) 431-7745
hjohnsonmoving.net
NON-PROFIT
Society of St Vincent De Paul
(859) 341-3212
SVDPnky.org
PEDIATRIC
Union Pediatrics
(859) 384-2550
PLUMBING SERVICES
H & H Plumbing and Bobcat Inc
(859) 512-9471
Realty Executives - Cindy Cahill
(859) 991-0800
AnylistingAnytime.com
RESTAURANT
Uno Chicago Grill
(513) 652-7977
unos.com
ROOFING
Bresser & Sons Roofing
(859) 384-3295
bresserroofing.com
Helmer Plumbing
(859) 746-1748
helmerplumbing.com
JMGC Roofing
(859) 322-7008
PRESCHOOL
Goddard School
(859) 525-0555
goddardschool.com
SCHOOL PRIVATE
St Henry District High School
(859) 525-5848
shdhs.org
PROFESSIONAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
Shively Photography
(859) 240-7281
shivelyphotodesign.com
SECURITY SYSTEMS &
MONITORING
Detect-All Security
(513) 528-7700
detect-allsecurity.com
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Huff Realty - Catherine Musgrave
(859) 594-3383
huff.com / cathy.musgrave
SKIN CARE
Proven Skin & Body
(859) 240-8269
provenskinandbody.com
SPECIAL NEEDS
SCHOOL
ABS Autism Learning Center
(513) 861-0300
appliedbehavioralservices.com
TUTORING
The Learning Curve
(859) 384-4359
learningcurvetutoringcenter.com
WINDOW COVERING
Tailored Living / Budget Blinds
(859) 488-0078
WINDOWS
Renewal By Andersen
(513) 985-7952
RBACincy.com
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Meet Neighbors…
Triple Crown Pool & Tennis
Memberships available
Eat FREE Food…
Triple Crown Country Club offers an exclusive opportunity for
community residents to stay cool this summer. In addition to
a variety of other membership levels, the country club offers a
Pool & Tennis Membership strictly available to residents of the
Triple Crown Community.
Homeowners can join for a $600 refundable bond and $325
annual dues. The heated state-of-the-art swimming facility is
complete with diving well, lap lanes, waterfall, plenty of deck
space to lounge and a kiddie pool. The Man O’ Wars Swim
Team welcomes swimmers of all skill levels. The swim team is a
great opportunity for neighborhood children to get to know one
another and have fun in the water. Pool Season is Memorial Day
Weekend thru Labor Day. In addition to the bond and the annual dues, Pool & Tennis Members are responsible for spending
$225 (before tax and gratuity) over the course of the pool season.
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Membership Privileges Include:
TRY A NEW RESTAURANT
Outdoor Social Events, Swim Team, Swim Lessons, Pool-Side
Food/Beverage Service, Tennis Courts, Tennis Lessons
This is a great opportunity to sample cuisine from some of the
best establishments in the area. In exchange for this FREE
opportunity to sample the dishes, residents will be asked to
provide their input regarding the experience. Please note that
residents are asked to pay for their own “adult” beverages and
provide a tip of $5 per person for the great service.
Pool Hours of Operation:
Monday, closed
Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00am-8:30pm
There are a limited number of memberships available, contact
Sarah Stephens for more information by phone (859) 384-1410
or e-mail [email protected]
EVITE’S will be sent out monthly, so if you would like to
attend, please email Linda at [email protected] to be
added to the EVITE list.
2011-2012
Boone County
Schools Calendar
April 2-6 -- Spring break
Closing day -- To be determined based on snow days
May 28 – Holiday for 10.25 & 12 month employees only -No school
Make up days – May 21, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 and June 1 and 4
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Gary and Marion Smith
CONGRATULATIONS TO
KITCHEN TUNE-UP, ONE
OF OUR N2 SPONSORS!!
Local Kitchen Tune-Up Owners Receive
Rising Star Award
National kitchen and bath remodeling franchise, Kitchen TuneUp, has awarded Gary and Marin Smith Union, Kentucky franchise owners, with the “Rising Star Award.”
The honor was presented at the 24th annual Kitchen Tune-Up
National Reunion, January 20th in Nashville, TN. The National Reunion is a three-day training conference for franchise
owners from across the country. As part of the conference,
owners participated in learning sessions on bath remodeling,
commercial and residential sales, kitchen trends and product
training. Participation in the annual training has shown to
both motivate and hone the skills of the owner as they return
to their local communities.
The Rising Star Award goes to the top performing franchises in
their 2nd or 3rd year in the business as judged according to performance in several categories, including sales, customer service,
and range of service offerings.
“Gary and Marin have definitely grabbed our attention with
their outstanding customer service and creativity in giving customers dream kitchens no matter what budget,” stated Dave
Haglund, Kitchen Tune-Up founder and president. “We continuously receive rave reviews from Gary and Marin’s clients
repeatedly referring to them as patient, responsive, and producing top-quality craftsmanship.”
To schedule a free in home consultation, call Gary & Marin at
859-384-0840 or email [email protected] Kitchen
Tune-Up specializes in kitchen and bath remodeling. They offer
wood reconditioning “Tune-Ups,” cabinet refacing and redooring, closet organization and custom cabinetry.
Visit kitchentuneup.com
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Gerry and Marilyn Dusing
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swimming pool, Gerry now professes to be an accomplished
cabana boy. You can see the outer edges of Marilyn’s extraordinary flower garden (all perennials) from the 7th fairway.
The Dusing children have returned to Northern Kentucky after
careers in Russia and Saipan and study abroad in London. Ben is an
attorney and former federal prosecutor. Andy is a school vice principal, and Kate is an Exceptional Student Services representative.
Familyspotlight
By Resident: Gerry Dusing
Marilyn and Gerry Dusing reside with their rescue dog Buckwheat at 835 Bay Colt Lane. On Tuesdays, their six grandchildren, ages 4 months to 4 years, reside with them. If you are proficient with numbers, letters, colors, shapes, water paint, chalk,
Play Dough, specific powers and fatal flaws of Super Heroes
and Princesses (and their enemies), adventure storytelling and
nature expeditions, as well as infant/toddler/preschool hygiene
and dietary science, you are invited to join them.
Marilyn and Gerry grew up a mile apart, Marilyn in Park Hills,
Gerry in Ft. Wright, but didn’t meet until their senior year in
college. Although not native Boone Countians, they moved to
Florence when Kentucky 18 and US 42 were 2 lane roads, the
mall was an idea, Rink’s Bargain City was the Walmart of its
time, and you could buy a lovely 3 bedroom brick ranch with
finished basement in a delightful neighborhood behind Boone
County High School for $28,000, which they did. They later
migrated to “the edge of civilization as we knew it” just off
Pleasant Valley Road.
The Dusings moved to Triple Crown in 2000. One of Gerry’s
partners, Jim Woltermann, and his wife Phyllis, lived in Triple
Crown since 1994 and continually sang its praises. Although
Marilyn had initial reservations about buying a home with a
Gerry began the Florence office of the law firm Adams, Stepner,
Woltermann & Dusing fresh out of University of Kentucky law
school in 1974. He enjoys practicing law as a partner among 23
attorneys at its Covington location. Marilyn has taught in public
and parochial schools. Since completing her graduate work at
Northern Kentucky University, she has taught English and writing skills to 8th graders at St. Paul School in Florence for “the last
20 years or so.” Marilyn stressed how fortunate she feels to work
with enthusiastic students in a terrific academic environment.
Marilyn serves on the Triple Crown HOA Landscape Committee. She has served numerous charitable causes, including
currently being on call for the Women’s Crisis Center, and is
looking forward to volunteering at the new Mary Rose Mission
feeding the homeless on Main Street in Florence. She is most
proud that her writing students have won numerous regional,
state and even national competitions. This year she was named
Barnes & Noble Northern Kentucky Teacher of the year. Her
former students regularly return to visit during college breaks.
Marilyn ran her first 13.5 mile Flying Pig half marathon at age
60. She enjoys her Saturday morning Roenker Running Club,
winding through Crestview Hills and Edgewood training for
this year’s Flying Pig.
Gerry has served as chairman of the Thomas More College
Board of Trustees and the Kentucky Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Commission. Presently he serves
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as a member of the Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners which
conducts the licensure testing of Kentucky attorneys. He has
practiced law for 37 years and has been honored by his peers
as a “Best Lawyer” and “Super Lawyer” in the nation as well as
receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Northern
Kentucky Bar Association.
The Dusings usually vacation with their children and grandchildren at Hilton Head. But last summer they left the kids at
home and spent 12 days on a Baltic Sea tour with their friends,
Jon and Jane Votel. Jane snagged lunch reservations at Noma,
the New York Times rated “best restaurant in the world” in
Copenhagen. Noma takes reservations one day a month for
seating 3 months later, and you have to call at 3am due to the
time change. Twelve courses, consisting of three or four bites
each, were quite unique. Gerry’s favorites were the surprise first
course, which was the centerpiece, consisting of native twigs and
wild flowers of Denmark, the fried moss, the scallops dressed in
octopus ink and the live shrimp. Yes, live –swallow, don’t chew.
Marilyn’s favorites were the wines – a different one for each
course. Another trip highlight was dinner with an elderly Russian couple at their apartment in St. Petersburg with an interpreter. They worried about healthcare and eroding pensions just
like we do. And they laughed at the memory of hiding under
tables during nuclear attack drills.
Gerry and Marilyn cite Triple Crown’s pastoral setting and its
aesthetic amenities as reasons they love living here. But Gerry also
adds, “Great neighborhoods are made not by bricks and mortar, but
by great neighbors, and we are blessed with great neighbors.”
You can see a smiling Marilyn during her daily 5 mile jog around
Triple Crown. She emphasized how friendly the clubhouse staff,
the golf course grounds crew and landscaping crew are, especially
“the man in the hat on the tractor.” However, if you are a kid
driving a golf cart on the walking path, prepare for detention!
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Resident Recipe
Kitchen Play in Whirlaway
Back in the day, in the year 1923 to be exact, the Officers’ Wives’ Club of Ft. Benning, in Columbus, Georgia had
its beginning as the historical organization it was to become. As a new bride and military spouse, I purchased
their Golden Heritage cookbook in 1977, one of many O.W.C. cookbooks I accumulated during our travels. O.W.C. members worldwide
justifiably take pride in numerous contributions to both the military and civilian communities, and these cookbooks are an important
fundraising source. I think my favorite section in the Ft. Benning cookbook was “Southern Hospitality”. To this day I regularly make one
of our family favorites, Onion Pie, or as I like to call it On‘ Yum’ Pie, because it’s so gosh darn good and makes delicious use of a southern
staple, the sweet-or Vidalia-onion found in southern Georgia. It truly can be a yummy substitute for potatoes and is always found on our
Easter family buffet. I have successfully doubled the filling of this recipe and either used two pie shells or manipulated two ready to bake
pie dough rounds in a 9” x 13” dish. Of course, you could always make your own piecrust, but why in the heck would you do that?
Resident, Pam Porter
On ‘Yum’ Pie
Heat oven to 400 degrees.
1 9” unbaked pie shell, in an ovenproof pan
light or heavy cream
2 large peeled Vidalia or other sweet onions
¼ lb. butter
Brush bottom of pie shell with a little cream and chill. Cut
onions in half then slice them. Sauté onions in butter until
transparent; meanwhile, place pie shell in oven for 2 minutes.
Remove, and then place onions in pie shell. Reduce oven to
350 degrees.
1 egg, beaten
½ cup light or heavy cream
½ tsp. freshly ground pepper
1 tsp. salt
Dash grated nutmeg
Parmesan cheese, to your liking
Combine the first 5 ingredients and pour over the onions. Top
generously with the cheese. Bake about 30-35 minutes, until
lightly browned on top. Makes 6-8 servings.
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Black Ties
& Black Jack –
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Kindervelt #55 Valentine’s Formal
The dice were rollin’ as the Ben Walz Band played on. The Ladies
of Kindervelt #55 hosted their first annual Valentine’s formal,
“Black Ties and Black Jack at the Syndicate” on February 11th.
One hundred and fifty people enjoyed an evening of romantic
fun that included cocktails and dinner, a fashion show featuring
Donna Sawyer’s Fabulous Furs, casino games and a silent auction. Vintage Cigarette Girls roamed throughout the evening
selling Valentine treats. Jennifer Kotzbauer of PhotoJennicPhotography.com captured keepsake photos.
The inaugural Tammy Booth Legacy Award was created and
presented by KV55 President Autumn Short. Fittingly, Tammy
Booth was the first honoree. After twelve years of devoted service and excellence, Tammy is the undisputed backbone of the
organization. As Autumn said that evening, “And so, Tammy,
we have created an award specifically to acknowledge all that
you do for our group, our community and The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Thank you.”
Melissa McLeod, Autumn Short, Emma Kidwell, Marybeth Inyart
The High Roller sponsor for the event was Blue Star, Inc.,
owned by Steve and Vicki Cuntz. All proceeds from the event
benefited the Division of Asthma Research at Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
On ‘Yum’ Pie (Onion Pie)
Ashlea Pullen, Michelle Johnson, Laura Rauh, Annette Stambaugh
Donna Berling, Lisa Schuster, Tammy Booth
continued...
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Tim & Christine Duggins
Kendall and Jim Reynolds
Paul and Jennifer Hill
Jerry and Pam Lasita
Valentine tables
Kimberly and Bryan Carlisle
shoes in the Limo
Tony and Donna Berling
Gary and Tasha Flood
Tami and Jason Wallace
Tom and Tammy Booth
Lori and Mark Watson
Jolee and Chris Gust
John and Anne Murray
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went to all the pet stores and bought sweaters, leashes, a cage,
toys, beds, car seat, treats, bowls and forgot food…. when we
got home we couldn’t believe how stupid we were…but being
seniors we drank a glass of wine then went to Kroger for special
Yorkie food.
We introduced Brandi to her neighbor’s dog, Cabo Bolton, a lassadoodle, who is at least 10 times her size. Our little girl was not
intimidated…. she chased him around the yard until he had to stop
and rest…. then went right up to him nose to nose…so funny.
pets
precious
Another neighbor’s dog, Malee Sodum, runs when she sees
the now 5lb Brandi coming her way. Like any woman Brandy
knows what she wants and goes after it.
Every morning my husband Mike gets up with her…He can
hear her and conveniently I can’t. She doesn’t bark she chirps…
like a bird. The only thing we can figure out is that the breeder
had a bird. Mike and Brandi have their time together until I
Brandi Elizabeth Altekruse
By Resident: Ruthie Altekruse
Brandi supporting her team!
A little over a year ago we lost our 17 year old Chihuahua, Carlos. My husband was so fond of him he was constantly telling
me about available dogs, visiting shelters and checking ads. I
kept telling him we needed a “breather” from an animal, as we
like to travel. Well he called me and said he talked to a Yorkie
breeder and I had an appointment the next day at 3.
I think that finding a dog is like buying a new car. Once
you sit in a new car you buy it. Once we saw Brandi we were
hooked…. only problem was another person had put a down
payment on her. I was more upset than Mike that we may lose
her. She loved us both, and we just knew she should be ours.
Luckily the breeder called the next day and the down payment check from the buyer bounced…Yah for us. We told her
we would bring, cash, copper, steaks, and booze what ever she
wanted. She said cash would be fine.
We named her Brandi
after conferring with
grandchildren etc.
This little 3lb. darling
came to live with us
and I took her everywhere in my handbag. We immediately
Brandi in her car seat
Brandi dressed for Christmas
get up…. women this is one of the wonderful things about the
senior years…. hearing, or not depending on what you want.
We are enjoying her very much. She definitely rules our home.
Cocks her head and looks at us like what are you thinking then
demands to play, walk, or eat.
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Brett in her office where she performs her services
A needle in Brett’s ankle
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the Triple
Crown Homeowners Association, Please contact:
BUSINESS beat
By Resident: Brett Cain
AcuHealth LLC, owned and operated by Brett Cain L.Ac.,
RN, is located at 7413nUS 42 in Florence. Brett decided to
become an acupuncturist after practicing orthopedic and emergency room nursing because of her father, Dr. Marvin Cain. Dr.
Cain is a veterinarian who pioneered veterinary acupuncture in
America in the early seventies. He co-founded the International
Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), and started the teaching course that veterinarians take to this day to be certified.
Towne Properties
Contact Information
A needle in Brett’s hand
Brett helped with the teaching courses and learned acupuncture
at that time. When Ohio passed an acupuncture law in 2000
she decided to get her Masters Degree in Acupuncture. She was
involved in getting an acupuncture law passed in Kentucky, and
in 2005 opened an office in Florence.
Acupuncture is a painless, drug-free approach to wellness.
Acupuncture corrects blockages of energy in the body allowing
energy to follow freely so the body can heal itself. The sterile,
single use only needles are about the size of a hair. Often people
say they feel nothing at all or just a very brief sensation. While
most in the US think of acupuncture for pain, such as back pain,
joint pain, migraines, etc., acupuncture can be used for so much
more, such as infertility, asthma, insomnia, depression, etc. In
Ancient China acupuncturists were paid to keep their patients
well and not paid if they got sick! Of course going to the acupuncturist regularly to maintain wellness was well accepted
there. Here in the US, with our model of medicine, we tend to
wait for something to show up before seeing a health care practitioner. Acupuncture allows us a modality that may help reduce
or eliminate the need for medications and the side effects of
those medications.
Brett also offers a unique approach for allergies with
Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT). This is a needless
approach for reducing or eliminating symptoms of allergies or
sensitivities to airborne, contact, pet, food and environmental
allergies or sensitivities.
For more information go to www.acuhealthllc.com or call Brett
at 513-373-5021.
Brett Cain L.Ac.,RN
AcuHealth LLC
[email protected]
Become a Fan on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Acuhealth
Lori Mateikat, Association Manager
[email protected]
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save
Date
the
KV #55 10th ANNIVERSARY
GOLF TOURNAMENT
or
Judy Reis, Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
Join the ladies of KV #55 as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary
Golf Tournament
Towne Properties
500 Thomas More Parkway
Crestview Hills, KY 41017
(859) 291-5858
• Saturday May 19, 2012 4 PM Triple Crown Country Club
• 9 Hole Scramble Dinner Music Raffle Auctions Fun, Fun, Fun
• All proceeds support Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Division of Asthma Research
You can visit our website at triplecrownhoa.net and Join our
Facebook group at Triple Crown HOA
For details and Sponsorship Information contact Jan Sullivan,
859-817-1166, [email protected]
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Date
the
HOA BOARD MEETING
Todd Scheuler, Milissa Barnes, Will Zevely, Lee Scheben, Tony Berling and John Hoffman
Meet your HOA Board!
You are invited to the next HOA Board meeting at the Triple Crown Country Club on Tuesday May 15th. Everyone is welcome!
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FREE Ladies
Night Out
At Haircolor Xperts!
Presents: LET’S SHOP LOCAL
Join our first Richwood Family Festival & Business Job Fair
Saturday May 19 2012 (Rain Date May 20)
3:00p.m. to 6:00p.m.
Location: Clay drive, Richwood Shoppe, Richwood Plaza and
Little Red School House
Planned Programs:
• Rock with Live ClassX FM 89.1
• Live Musical Entertainment
• Entertainment: Chana & Bode McKinley Playing Country, Gospel & Bluegrass music
• Crafts
• Adopt a Pet
• Little Red School House Kid’s corner
• Hair Demonstration by Amore
• Route 25 Business Showcase and Job Fair
• Many Food Booths
• Wine Tasting
• Get Fit with Snap
• Fire Department Demonstration
• Health Care Exhibits
• Farmers Market
• And many more………..
RBA Current Members:
Amore Salon and Day Spa
Atlas Electric Motor Service & Sales, Inc
Bank of Kentucky
Bluegrass Style Unique Decoration
Central Lawn Care
ClassX Radio
CPA Padgett & Mastronardo LLC
Gourmet Café
Little Red School House Preschool/
Kindergarten
Love Alive Montessori Preschool
N2 Publishing/Triple Crown Life
Raymond’s Hong Kong Café
Richwood Shoppe Association
Snap Fitness 24/7
Tom’s Papa Dino Pizza
Tony Bailey Photography
Neighbors: Event family friendly, bring
your lawn chairs. Enjoy an Outside Family Movie
Become a member, it’s easy….
Annual fee $50.00
Contact:
Louisa Luk 859-760-3888
Becky Flynn 859-485-4910
Paula Cialdini 859-380-6786
Booth Vendors:
Want to participate and showcase your
business and service at the festival.
Space 10 X 10, 6 to 8 ft table, bring your
own table and other set-up
Contact:
Louisa Luk 859-760-3888
Becky Flynn 859-485-4910
Paula Cialdini 859-380-6786
Member: $25.00
Non member: $35.00
Resident and Salon owner Michelle DeKruif invites you to come and relax with a
FREE night out at Hair Coloring Xperts - Hosted by N2 Publishing/Triple Crown Life
Stylist will be providing free hair cuts and styles to everyone attending.
• Enter our drawing to receive the new hair coloring procedure called Ombre’ for Free!
• Ever wonder how to get that volume and lift? Let the “Xperts” show you how to get that “Salon” look at home
We will supply some wine and appetizers so come and have some fun!
Meet some new neighbors and reconnect with some old friends.
Where: Hair Coloring Xperts, Towne Center Blvd, Crestview Hills Shopping Center
When: Monday, May 14th
Space is limited, so RSVP asap! RSVP to [email protected]
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Paige enjoying her modeling
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Paige ready for the runway
Paige Doellman
By Resident: Paige Doellman
Hi, I'm Paige Doellman. I am 17 and have lived in Triple
Crown since I was 5. My parents are Dan and Pam, and I have
a brother, Justin, who graduated from Ryle, and Xavier and plays
basketball in Spain. He is married and they are expecting their
first baby in March. My sister also went to Ryle and graduated
from Mt. St. Joseph. She is an event coordinator at the Marriott.
I am a junior at Ryle and love it. I have played volleyball since I
was about 11. My goal is to play in college. I hope to major in
graphic design and play volleyball too!! Right now, I am in my
club season with NKYVC.
My other passion is modeling. I have an agent and my favorite
part is runway shows. I have worn gown and furs worth thousands of dollars! It is alot of fun and a dream world wearing
those clothes.
I also babysit and help take care of my grandma who had a
stroke in July. I am busy, but love it! Paige
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Triple Crown Networking Meeting
Elliot Cross, Independent Distributor with
Zija Internaional
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Tony Berling, Triple Crown Developer and Terry Lauret with Lauret Hearing Care Center
Our first Networking meeting for the 2012 was held at the TC Country Club in
the Library. Resident business owners and N2 Publishings/Triple Crown Magazine
Sponsors had the chance to talk, mingle and exchange business cards. Tony Berling
TC Developer shared with us that he had sold 8 new lots since the beginning of the
year! Great news!
Jeff Raines, attorney with Raines,Buechel,Conley & Dusing P.L.L.C.
Pam Holstein and son with
Crescent Springs Hardware,Inc.
Janice Struckoff, DDS, MS with Struckoff Orthodontics
Pam and Ron Porter
Brett Cain L.Ac.,RN, Acupuncturist with AcuHealth LLC
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Fairy Play in Whirlaway
By Resident: Pam Porter
F
airy gardens are becoming increasingly popular in both the
home and outdoor garden. For centuries, the world has been
fascinated with the idea that the ‘little folk’ live among us and
have the power to spread magic and mischief throughout our own
homes and gardens. A fairy garden is a tiny space created and
tended with love. The design and components are limited only
by your imagination and the fairies encourage you to be extracreative in crafting the perfect abode. I like to think there’s a wee
bit of Tinkerbelle in all of us, and adding a fairy garden (always
leaving room for the fairies to dance) to our own garden is a way
of participating in this centuries old tradition of trying to please
the spirits and gain their favors. Being of Irish ancestry, I’ve
always had a fondness for the wee folk, and I became interested in
fairy gardens about five years ago, when our first granddaughter
was old enough to want to explore the back yard.
What makes up a fairy garden is simple: it’s basically a miniature garden with added touches that give the appearance of a
tiny creature (and friends) residing in it. What can be found
there is only limited by your imagination, so have fun with it!
Our original garden was on the top of a small castoff metal
table placed in a secluded area out back, to give the impression
we had ‘stumbled’ upon a magical location. I buried the legs a
little to make it just the right height, and used dirt & moss as
the base. We added a few of those tiny ‘steppable’ plants used
between paving stones in walkways, a small cottage (birdhouse),
a seashell pathway and small stones with fossils for a fence. Of
course, the fairies loved it because if you build it, they will come!
Over the years, the fairy garden has expanded to include the
base of an old tree stump with a little fairy door, a two story cottage, a garden for the neighboring trolls and other fun stuff the
grandgirlies have wanted to add. We’ve also ‘discovered’ a small
canoe and boat near the edge of our water feature which indicate the wee folk have arrived on our shores…
If you want to start out with a movable and more manageable
indoor/outdoor container garden, you can use a large shallow
bowl or consider using a vintage suitcase, hatbox or a flat wicker
basket as your indoor container. Lay down a base of dirt (if
you’re adding a tiny plant), craft store moss, aquarium gravel,
fine mulch, or a combination of things. Décor is the next step.
Since you won’t be in the know regarding the whereabouts of
the local Gnome Depot, just keep in mind fairies love to recycle
shiny baubles, castoff doll furniture, bottle caps, thimbles,
wooden thread spools, seashells, bits of old jewelry-anything
whimsical to add to the feeling of magic. Take a second look
before you cast away that one chipped teacup your Aunt Ethel
gave you-fairies love hand painted bathtubs! I’m into yard sales,
so I’m always on the lookout for little treasures as an offering for
our wee friends.
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A two story cottage for the Fairy’s to live in
the base of an old tree stump with a
little Fairy door
So why not enjoy a little whimsy this year by creating a special
fairy garden with the children in your life. Children’s love of
gardening can blossom, along with their imaginations, when you
help them create a wild natural space filled with special touches.
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Fairy’s play here
Keep the innocence within you as you work in your garden, and
it might surprise you just how easily the magic flows from your
fingers to the earth around you, bringing new life to an already
life filled world.
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SESAME STREET LIVE: 1-2-3-IMAGINE! WITH ELMO AND
FRIENDS
April 27th thru April 29th
U.S. Bank Arena
100 Broadway, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cost - $15-$33; plus fees. On sale 10 a.m., Aug. 30
Phone: 800-745-3000
Current Events
REDS OPENING DAY FESTIVITIES
Presented by Cincinnati Reds
City official, local personality or celebrity throws out ceremonial
first pitch. National anthem by a recording artist. Special tribute,
flyover, free giveaways and more.
Reds Opening Day Festivities Thursday, Apr. 5 4:10 p.m. Reds vs.
Miami Marlins. Gates open and Reds batting practice TBA. Bands
will perform pregame concerts in Fan Zone.
Great American Ball Park
100 Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Visit Reds.com
Cost -$5-$230
THE ADDAMS FAMILY
The weird and wonderful family comes to devilishly delightful life
in THE ADDAMS FAMILY.
It's every parent's nightmare. Your little girl has suddenly become
a young woman, and what's worse, has fallen deliriously in love
with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family. Yes,
Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has a "normal" boyfriend, and for parents Gomez and Morticia, this shocking
development will turn the Addams house downside up. It's a family portrait that's completely off the wall.
April 1st thru 8th
Procter and Gamble Hall - located within the Aronoff Center
Aronoff Center
650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
cincinnati-theater.com
IMAGINATION MOVER IN CONCERT!
Presented by Cincinnati Arts Association
Scott, Dave and Smitty – of the Emmy Award-winning Disney
Channel TV series "Imagination Movers." Group will perform danceable power pop songs with audience participation. Mini-Mover
packages include a special party room with healthy snacks, meet
and greet, photo opportunity, poster and more. Limit of eight
Mini-Mover packages per customer.
Imagination Movers In Concert!
Thursday, Apr. 19th 4 p.m. The 2012 Rock-O-Matic Tour.
Aronoff Center, Procter & Gamble Hall
650 Walnut St. Cincinnati, OH 45202
$115 Mini-Movers package, $18-$35; plus fees.
Phone: (513)621-2787
SHATNER’S WORLD: WE JUST LIVE IN IT
Presented by Aronoff Center for the Arts
Television and film actor William Shatner travels through his life
and career. With signature storytelling, video clips and an inimitable musical style.
Shatner's World: We Just Live In It Friday, Apr. 13 8 p.m.
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Aronoff Center, Procter & Gamble Hall
650 Walnut St. Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cost - $299 VIP, $89, $59, $39; plus fees. On sale 10 a.m., Feb. 3
Phone: 513-621-2787
SYRIAN SHRINE CIRCUS
Presented by Cincinnati Gardens
Exotic animals, clowns, acrobats and more. Benefits Syrian Shrine
of Cincinnati
Cincinnati Gardens
2250 Seymour Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45212
Cost - $18-$22; $10 ages 12 and under
Phone: 800-745-3000
April 13th thru 15th
Are You a Resident Business Owner?
“ You are invited to attend our monthly networking event to
spread the word about your business.”
We hope you will join us!
Tony Berling, Triple Crown developer, has graciously invited us to use the Triple Crown Country Club for our monthly Networking Meetings. If you are a business owner, please join us.
Each month, N2 Publishing organizes an event where our current advertisers, resident business owners, and guests are able to meet
a variety of new contacts to further establish relationships and grow their businesses. Networking is ultimately about "WHO YOU
KNOW" and "WHO KNOWS YOU!" This is a great opportunity to get your business noticed by other like-minded professionals. I will be sending an EVITE each month, so please email me with your email address so you can be included. Come for just a
few minutes or stay for the entire time (5:30-7:30 pm). Please bring plenty of business cards!
Please email [email protected] to be added to the EVITE list or if you have any questions.
Contest!
Win a $25.00 Gift Card
Win a $25.00 Gift card! When you use their services or visit one of our
magazine sponsors, we want to hear about it! Just email a message
to [email protected] and tell us about your experience
and you will be entered into a drawing for a $25.00 Gift card.
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Sponsor
of the month
Interview with Chris Goetz, owner of
Detect-All Security, Inc.
Detect-All Security has been
“Peddlin’ Peace
of Mind” since it
was established in
1984 by local owners, Bill & Chris
Goetz. “Your
Security is their
Business.” The
company installs,
monitors and services top quality
security systems for
homes and businesses. Their years
of experience in
the alarm industry
has taught them
just exactly what type of system is best suited for each individual
need. They also provide fire alarms, entry access systems, security cameras and medical alert (personal emergency response or
PERS) systems. In addition, they offer 24 hour / 7 days a week
/ 365 days a year monitoring and service. The business office is
located at 496 Cincinnati-Batavia Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45244.
However, they make “house calls” to your home or business, so a
face-to-face visit is always just a phone call away.
Chris and Bill Goetz, owners of Detect-All Security
Many people today have come to realize the importance of
having their home or business protected with not only just a
good lock on the front door but with an approved alarm system
guarding and monitoring their residence with the utmost of
reliability for only pennies a day.
During these times, home burglaries are on the increase and
everyone is vulnerable; therefore, home and business owners
should give serious thought to the security of their property,
themselves and their possessions.
Are you one of those people who like to deal with a company
who knows you by name and is always available to address
your concerns? Do yourself a favor and obtain a no-cost, noobligation quotation for your home or business by calling 513528-7700 to schedule an appointment with Bill. If you prefer,
send an email to [email protected] and he
will answer any questions you might have. Whether you call or
email, be sure to mention that you are a Triple Crown Resident
to receive three free months of monitoring for new installations
or new monitoring contracts for existing systems.
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How to Cope With the
Featured properties may not be listed by the office/agent presenting this brochure.
Source Multiple Listing Service. All information herein has not been verified and is not guaranteed.
"Threat of Longevity”
You can’t predict how long you’ll live. Nonetheless, you still need
to consider longevity as a key factor in creating, and following, a
long-term investment strategy.
A
nd your projected lifespan may be
longer than you had thought. Men
who turned 65 in 2010 can expect to live
another 18.6 years, while women who
reached 65 that same year can anticipate
another 20.7 years, according to the 2011
Social Security Trustees Report. And
these figures are just averages; depending
on your health and family history of longevity, you could well spend two, or even
three, decades in retirement.
Keep investing. Put away as much mon-
Possibly because people are now realizing
they may have to support themselves for
far longer than earlier generations did,
they seem to be growing increasingly
concerned about running out of money
in their later years. In fact, in a poll of
people ages 44 to 75, sponsored by Allianz Life Insurance, 61 percent said they
fear depleting their assets more than they
fear dying.
Re-assess your retirement age. If you
enjoy your work, you might consider
staying at your job a few years later than
originally intended. Those extra years of
income, not to mention extra contributions to your 401(k) and potentially bigger Social Security payouts, can make a
big difference to your retirement lifestyle.
So, if you’re concerned about outliving
your resources, what steps should you
take, both now and during your retirement? Here are a few ideas:
ey as you can afford for your retirement.
Take advantage of tax-deferred accounts,
such as your 401(k) and traditional IRA,
or tax-free accounts, such as a Roth IRA.
(Roth IRA earnings are tax-free provided
you’ve had your account at least five years
and you don’t start taking withdrawals
until you’re at least 59-1/2.) And keep
investing, despite the inevitable market
volatility you’ll encounter along the way.
Delay taking Social Security. As the
laws now stand, you can start taking
Social Security as young as 62, but your
monthly checks will be bigger when you
reach your “full” retirement age. You’ll
get your biggest monthly Social Security
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checks if you wait until age 70, when
they “max out,” but many people feel that
waiting that long may not be worth it,
when weighing the lost years of any payments against the unknown variable of
life expectancy.
Calculate your “withdrawal rate.” Once
you retire, it’s essential that you know
how much you can withdraw each year
from your investments without running out of money. Your withdrawal rate
depends on a variety of factors, including
your age, size of portfolio, risk tolerance
and retirement lifestyle. A financial professional can help you calculate your initial withdrawal rate and adjust it as time
goes on.
The possibility of outliving your resources
is not a pleasant thought. But by taking
the steps described above you can go a
long way toward taking the fear out of
longevity, leaving you free to fully enjoy
an active retirement.
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Resident Business Guide
Attention Residents of Triple Crown:
Are you a business owner? To find out how to list your business for free, email Linda at [email protected]
HAIR SALON
Hair Color Xperts
Michelle DeKruif
(859) 331-3360
[email protected]
haircolorxpertscrestview.com
HEARING AIDS
Lauret Hearing Care Center
Terry Lauret
(859) 384-0333
[email protected]
laurethearingcarecenter.com
INSURANCE AUTO
Tri-City Insurance Services Inc
Ryan McCarty
(859) 371-7006
[email protected]
tricityinsky.com
MEN'S CLOTHIER
J.Hilburn Men's Clothier
Cynthia Fassler
(859) 640-2650
cynthia.[email protected]
jhilburn.com
PEDIATRICIAN
Union Pediatrics
Robin Warner, M.D.
(859) 384-2550
[email protected]
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Huff Realty
Cathy Musgrave
(859) 594-3383
[email protected]
HUFF.com/Cathy.Musgrave
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Abdominal Liposuction
P
eople are generally confused and tensed when they hear about abdominal liposuction.
There are many justifications about it; for example, some people say that liposuction
could give a flattened shape to your abdomen, face or neck. True, liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that permanently removes the fat in a particular area and helps stimulate and tighten the skin thus giving it a more firm and toner appearance.
Liposuction is also done on the face, arm, chin, breast and pubic
areas, but the most common one as per statistics is the abdominal liposuction. This is really a boon to men and women who
have crossed 40. People who cross 40 are most frustrated with
their sagging abdomen and they find that exercises that concentrate on the tummy are quite time consuming. Therefore most of
the people prefer abdominal liposuction.
Pros of Abdominal Liposuction
Liposuction is one of the most modern and safe cosmetic
techniques that helps patients look beautiful within two hours.
Sound interesting? The entire procedure takes two hours and
the patients can resume their normal activities within 48 hours.
This procedure is utilized by people whose abdomen begins to
accumulate fat. Men usually have fats deposited in the abdomen thus leading to large belly and women call it love handles.
Women usually experience this after their delivery. Liposuction
is a very safe procedure and it helps people regain their confidence level. Today the job market relies on external presentation; therefore liposuction acts like a savior to those who lack
natural beauty.
Research shows that liposuction also helps people prevent many
health problems because researchers have proven that health
problems are caused mainly due to fats deposited around the
middle part of the body. By removal of fats, people will suffer
less from heart problems due to cholesterol, diabetes, liver problems, etc.
Cons of Abdominal Liposuction
As every good thing has side effects, liposuction also has its own
disadvantage. If the abdominal liposuction is done to remove
nominal fats then the patient can resume light desk jobs within
48 hours of the operation but if the fat amount is quite high
then the patient might have to stay in the hospital overnight for
supervision.
Risk factors come only when large amounts of fats are removed
by abdominal liposuction. Fat in the body is removed by the
doctor using stainless steel cannula, so when the amount of
fat is less, the action is done with high precision but when the
amount of fat is more the doctor tends to use big cannula so
that he can suck the fats in larger quantity. This kind of action
can sometimes puncture the nearby organs. Due to this the procedure can be sometimes fatal.
Therefore to avoid such risks the patient should go in for small
sittings and remove small amounts of fat instead of opting for
one shot. Hence to avoid risks, understand the procedure well
and go through the record of the doctor. Always find a doctor
that specializes in abdominal liposculpture.
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classified ads
To place a FREE classified, email [email protected] by the 23rd of the month.
Please keep in mind that all listings will be
kept to a 40 word maximum and will run for
one month. If you would like your ad to run
again, feel free to submit the same listing
the following month. We hope you enjoy
this service.
HELP WANTED
N2 Publishing, one of the fastest growing companies in
the US, is America's leading provider of neighborhood
publications. Locally, the Northern Kentucky location is
filling the following positions:
TEENS WANTED: We are looking for teens that are
interested in being the liaison for the Triple Crown
Magazine. If you want to help with magazine ideas
and/or writing articles please contact:
[email protected]
Part time Sales Executive position available for the
Triple Crown magazine. Call or email Linda for an interview. 859.250.3548 or [email protected]
VOLUNTEERS WANTED: We are looking for Volunteers
that are interested in being the liaison for the Triple
Crown Magazine. If you want to help with magazine
ideas and/or writing articles please contact:
[email protected]
SERVICES PROVIDED: Are you going on vacation, do
you spend the winter months in a warmer climate,
need someone to keep an eye on your home, while
you are gone? Call Dee at 859-496-8329, Belmont Park
Triple Crown Resident.
DONATE: St. Vincent De Paul of Northern Kentucky is
looking for donations for the poor. Just call Joe at
859-341-3212 ext. 1 and we will be glad to stop by
and pick it up for you.
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