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Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky Fireworks Spectacular

05:00 pm

Join Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky this Labor Day weekend for a fireworks party that is nothing short of spectacular! We’re taking over the entire Metropolitan Club, located on the 19th floor of Covington’s RiverCenter Towers, for a bird’s eye view of the annual fireworks display set off from the Ohio River! A $200 ticket gets you:

– Six food stations, plus a dessert bar, offering delicious treats such as shrimp cocktail, custom-made fajitas, a mashed potato bar, and chocolate-covered strawberries
– Unlimited beverages, including beer and wine, for the duration of the event
– Open bar from 5 – 7 p.m.
– Complimentary parking in the Embassy Suites garage – just a quick elevator ride up to the Metropolitan Club!
– Live music for the duration of the event
– Door prizes, including a $500 gift certificate to Best Furniture Gallery
– Stunning view of the fireworks from the floor to ceiling windows inside the Metropolitan Club

And, since CHNK is a 501(c)3 organization, $100 of each ticket is tax-deductible and goes directly to the care of abused, neglected, and at-risk youth. It’s a win-win for everyone!

And, for those of you who REALLY want to impress your spouse, business partner, or client, a limited number of VIP tickets are also available for $250 each. Only 40 of these tickets are available, and they entitle their owners to front row seats along the wall of windows – so you can watch the fireworks in comfort!


Dystance4Dystonia Cincinnati Zoo Day

07:30 am


Dystance4Dystonia Cincinnati Zoo Walk 9-12-2015

Adults: $25.00 Children $15.00 (2 to 12) 1 and under is free

Fee includes all day admission to the zoo, zoo parking. and a T-shirt. Entertainment from Cincinnati Circus company , Face Painting, Meet & Greet with Disney and Marvel Characters, Refreshment’s and snacks. Team names will be included on the back of T-shirts for those with a minimum of 10 team members. Anyone can form a team this year. This will help us grow an reach our goals. If your interested in forming a team and have questions please contact me through our Facebook event page.

What is dystonia?

Dystonia is a disorder characterized by involuntary muscle contractions that cause slow repetitive movements or abnormal postures. The movements may be painful, and some individuals with dystonia may have a tremor or other neurologic features. There are several different forms of dystonia that may affect only one muscle, groups of muscles, or muscles throughout the body. Some forms of dystonia are genetic but the cause for the majority of cases is not known.

You can register @


Please Know your Team Name at Registration. If you have a team you are building you do not have to all register at once. When one person registers for a new team. The team name will be added to the register team list on the side of the left page. You can be Unique or just use your name. You do not have to affected with Dystonia to form a team. ♥

All proceeds benefit the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation and their efforts in finding a cure and funding cutting edge research for Dystonia.

Adults: $25.00 Children $15.00 one and under free

Register @


Registration begins at 7:30AM
Event begins at 8:30 AM
Zoo opens to public at 9:00 AM

Cincinnati Zoo
3400 Vine Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
Park in The Vine Street Entrance , Event begins in the Serengeti Shelter Area .


Flippin’ Cancer: Charity Flip Cup Tournament

02:00 pm
[Covington, KY] –Braxton is proud to be supporting Bridgette Hightower’s mission to wipe out blood cancer. In support, Braxton Brewing Company will be hosting “Flippin’ Cancer: Charity Flip-Cup Tournament to benefit for LLS.” Proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in honor of Team in Training: Love for Liz.

Flippin’ Cancer at the Braxton Brewing Company, Covington, KY on Saturday, September 12, 2015 features Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, split the pot, first pint free ticket, best costume award, door prizes and more. This will be the event you won’t want to miss!

Team In Training teammate Bridgette Hightower is proud to bring Flippin’ Cancer to the Braxton Brewing Company and Northern Kentucky to raise awareness and life saving funds for patients with blood cancer in the tristate – but most importantly, having fun while doing it.

• Saturday, September 12, 2015: Braxton Brewing Company
• Check-in opens at 2:00 p.m.; Tournament begins at 3:00 p.m.
• Pre-registration strongly recommended, event registration based on availability (32 Teams Maximum)
• Themed teams (costume) recommended – Best Costume Award
• Teams of 5, registration $125, includes first drink free for each player and game beer throughout tournament (Storm)
• Bracket Style Tournament; teams compete for best two out of three matches per round, winning team advances to next level

Drink like you care: $1 per pint of Sparky giveback to LLS.
Eat with a purpose: Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria will serve $6, 8-inch pizzas with $1 per pizza giveback to LLS.

Team Captain’s sign up your team online using the link below:


Let’s Get It Started – Party with a Purpose

06:30 pm

Join us at the Gardens of Park Hill, KY for an evening of comedy entertainment, dining, drinks and games of chance! Featuring local comedians and the music of Acoustic Blue.
All ticket and sponsorship purchases may be made through eventbrite.com or by calling (859) 653-4803.
Support Management Solutions is a 501c3 organization that is committed to providing quality financial assistance/management and access to financial education programs to disadvantaged citizens of the Greater Cincinnati community. We work with the Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, Social Service Organizations and/or physicians when they determine a person needs assistance with managing finances and there is no close friend or family member to assist. Support Management Solutions provides the assistance needed with the end goal of ending the cycle of homelessness.


Let’s Get It Started

06:30 pm

Join Us for Let’s Get It Started: a party with a purpose on September 17, 2015. Support Management Solutions is a non profit 501(c)3 dedicated to providing stability to the recently rehoused and assisting those in need of help with daily financial management in order to maintain housing and independent living. SMS works with Veterans, Seniors, Families and the Physically and Mentally Challenged Community in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Help us increase and improve services for those most in need by attending and feel free to bring a few friends along.

The Event includes a sit down dinner at the Gardens of Park Hills, two drink tickets, Games, Raffles and Door Prizes. Live Music and Local Comedians will help keep you Entertained .

Event Information
When: Wednesday, September 17th 6:30 PM to 10:30
Lets Get It Started: A Party with a Purpose
The Gardens of Park Hills at 1622 Dixie Hwy, Park Hills, KY 41011

Flyer Information
WWW. SupportManagementSolutions.Org or Find us on Facebook
Tickets are available by phone or through Eventbrite.com


RACE-Raising Awareness for Children with Eosinophilic Esophagitis

06:00 pm

My daughter was diagnosed Eosinophilic Esophagitis in 2010. I want to make it my life’s mission to raise awareness and maybe one day find a cure!! We are working directly with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and all proceeds will be directly donated to the EE research center. She is brave, beautiful and an amazing kid, she goes through surgery every 3 months and my heart breaks for her.
Thank you for your time


Charity Golf Scramble

12:00 pm

Charity Golf Scramble to be held at Buttermilk Golf Course in Georgetown, Ohio. $50/person, $200/team. Funds raised will be used to fund scholarships on the local, state, and National level through the Daughters of the American Revolution as well as local veteran’s projects.. Contact: Missy McElroy at 937-515-3909 or Dee Watters at 937-238-3568 for more information.


2015-2016 Cincinnati Swords Travel Ice Hockey

Please help us support this group of 9 and 10 year old boys for their upcoming travel ice hockey season. All the families have a big financial and time commitment to allow these kids to play one of the most exciting games. We want to help the coaching staff make this a year to remember with a 40-50 game schedule for the season. We will be in playing all around the Midwest and have many financial commitments for ice time, food, fuel, entertainment and so on. Any small donation to this group will be greatly appreciated as we represent Cincinnati Youth Ice Hockey! GO SWORDS!


The Fall For A Cause 3K / 5K

09:00 am

“Come one! Come all! Have you ever wanted to prove you’re the best around? Do you like getting prizes? Enjoy drinking beer?

Well we have the event for you that has all that, and MORE.

Behold, the annual Prolink Staffing 5k Run/Walk Fundraiser! Register to run (or walk) to beat your friends and coworkers while at the same time helping to support a great cause!

If you are out of shape and don’t want to run, no worries! There will be beer AND entire trucks of food, so you can cheer your friends from the comfort of your plate.

Try your luck at the Split the Pot event (where the other half will go the to charity fundraiser) and make some serious cash. If you are not so lucky or like putting your eggs in more than one basket, there will also be raffle baskets to win.

All the money raised will go to supporting a very honorable charity, United Way, which has over 200 various programs that help out the community.

Save the date! Mark your calendar! Tell your smartphone to remind you!

September 19th, 2015


Ault Park

3600 Observatory Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45208

Ticket Cost:

Early Bird Special $20 per person

After the Early Bird Special ends on 8/31, tickets will go up to $25 per person

Family Package (4 tickets) for $75


R.A.C.E-Raising Awareness for Children with Eosinophilic Esophagitis

06:00 pm

This event is geared towards Raising Awareness to find a Cure for Children fighting EE. Event will be located at Dave and Buster’s in Springdale, Oh. Tickets are $15 for 12+ , $7 ages 5-11, under 5 is FREE all tickets include the price of food. There will be a split the pot, silent auction, cash bar, Dj and MUCH MORE!! All proceeds go to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital EE Research to help find a cure!


Cincy Care To Share

7:00am - 4:00pm

Local Dentists Bring Free Services to Those in Need
(Additional Healthcare Services Also Being Offered by Partnering Professionals)

Advance Dentistry hosts the 7th Annual Cincy Care to Share – an event offering free dental and basic healthcare services to those in need.

Friday, September 25, 2015
7:00am – 4:00pm / Registration ends at 2pm

Advance Dentistry
5823 Wooster Pike (State Route 50), Cinti, OH 45227
*Pediatric Dental services offered at Sea of Smiles – 1319 Nagel Rd, Cinti, OH 45255

As part of Cincy Care to Share, the free adult dental services will be provided at Advance Dentistry located at 5823 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 in Fairfax and include one cleaning, one filling or one extraction for anyone 18 years and older. Services will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Registration ends at 2pm; services to continue until 4pm.
The free pediatric services will be provided by the team at Sea of Smiles located at 1319 Nagel Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255 in Anderson. Services are being provided from 7:00am – 1:00pm by appointment only. Call (513) 474-6777 to register.
Advance Dentistry also partnered with several healthcare providers to offer the following services:
• Vision and hearing screenings
• Flu shots
• Blood pressure tests

250 people were served last year and more than 1,000 people have benefited from these services since the start of Cincy Care to Share.


Help Dustin to Continue to Hear

12:00 am

My husband, Dustin, lost his hearing at age 12 and received one of the first Cochlear implants in this area as a child. The device is now 15 years old and needs to be replaced. His insurance company is denying coverage stating its an elective issue. This doesn’t enhance his hearing. It IS his hearing. I know we all have our struggles, but any help, whether monitory or prayers, would be helpful. $1 will go a long way. Please SHARE this to your Facebook. Thanks to everyone who has contributed and those who have shared this. May God bless you



12:00 pm

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Dear Sponsor(s),
We would like to tell you Aiden Ellerbrock’s story. He is the son of Victoria Ellerbrock and the late Trevor Ellerbrock. On July 1, 2015, Aiden was being a typical 11 year old boy, playing with neighborhood friends. While riding on his rip stick, he had an accident and suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. Aiden was transported to Van Wert County Hospital then life-flighted to Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana with a subdural hemtoma. In attempts to save his life he immediately underwent a craniotomy. Having beat all odds he did pull through, and was kept in their pediatric intensive care unit for about approximately a month before he was transferred to Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital for extensive rehabilitation. We are asking for help in funding for said expenses by hosting two events. The first event will be a Quarter Auction occurring on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 located at Trinity Friends Church 605 N. Franklin St. in Van Wert. The second event will be a Corn Hole/Poker Tournament on Saturday, October 10, 2015 located at the Moose Lodge 740 W. Ervin Rd.
Your contribution will help fund these events, which in return helps Aiden progress in his long road of recovery. Any monetary amount or item(s) will be greatly appreciated and used accordingly.
Thank you so much for your generosity in helping us help Aiden’s meet his goals, of his long road to recovery. Please accept our sincerest thanks, on behalf of Aiden and his family, Thank-you


Congenital Heart Walk Cincinnati

10:00 am




Cincinnati, OH, Saturday, October 10, 2015, The Children’s Heart Foundation and Adult Congenital Heart Foundation (ACHA) will sponsor the annual Congenital Heart Walk at Eden Park in Cincinnati, OH. Registration begins at 10:00 a.m., and the walk begins at 11:00 a.m.

CHD is the #1 birth defect in the world, impacting millions of families each year. This family-friendly 1 mile walk and rally raises funds which will be split between The Children’s Heart Foundation and ACHA. Congenital Heart Walk supporters can sign up ahead of time to walk individually or in teams by registering at www.congenitalheartwalk.org or by calling (215) 856-4373.

This event is also sponsored by the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Heart Institute, Mended Little Hearts, The Kidz Club of NKY and Dr. Headlight.

Approximately 40,000 babies are born with a congenital heart defect every year in the United States alone. These conditions often result in multiple surgical procedures, life-long disabilities, and all too often, death.

I am a mother of a child with a Congenital Heart Defect also known as CHD. It is scary to know that your child needs to have open heart surgery and that the odds are stacked against them. We need awareness raised to help raise funds to increase the research of CHD’s. Knowing that your child may not make it through surgery and then if they do will have to spend the rest of their lives being monitored by a cardiologist is overwhelming. There are many Congenital Heart Defects, some are more common than others but they are there and we need more research to help save these children. Please help up spread the word about this event. My daughter would not be here today had there not been research into Congenital Heart Defects.

Thank you for your time.

Brhea Schloss
2015 Congenital Heart Walk Committee Member


Explore the Mud: Obstacle Course/ 5K

08:00 am

Have fun and get muddy with over 20 OBSTACLES! Explore scenic, hilly Williamstown, KY while hurdling hay barrels, climbing an 8′ wall, and crawling through mud. Race day fun includes: music, concessions, vendor booths, and post-race recovery food. Costumes welcome!
For additional information or to register online for a FREE t-shrit, please visit https://explorethemud.eventbrite.com.

Northern Kentucky Fair Grounds
105 Baton Rouge Rd. Williamsown, KY 41097


Tri State Firefighter Chili Cook Off

11:00 am

Come support our Firefighters as Brock Restoration presents: the first annual Tri State Firefighter Chili Cook Off Saturday, October 17th from 11am-4pm at Yeatman’s Cove!
Join Fire Departments from the Tri State as they build their custom booths and cook the best chili.
Rhinegeist will be serving brew and the band My Sister Sarah will be playing on the main stage!
fun for the entire family featuring a large Kids Zone with obstacle course, bouncy house, climbing wall, stilt walking balloon animal man, living firefighter statue and face painting!
Awards for the best chili, best booth and most money raised for the Red Cross.


Monroe Hornets Fighting Childhood cancer

01:15 pm

Monroe Hornets Fighting Childhood cancer is planning a Golf Outing, 100% of the proceeds raised by this event will go to two of our Monroe families whose children have recently been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer. We are asking for your support, come out and golf, stop by and participate in our raffle or split the pot. Help us make this a huge success for Dominic Watkins and Madison Smallwood. Please reserve your spot by September 26, 2015.


A Wicked Affair

07:00 pm

The 4th Annual A Wicked Affair will be held at Receptions Eastgate to raise money for The National Kidney Foundation of Cincinnati. This is an adult only Halloween costume party. Costume contest with prizes, silent auctions, raffle for cash. $40 a person includes dinner, dancing, beer, wine, and free costume contest. Must be 21 to attend. Tickets advance sales only. Visit our fb page for more info at www.facebook.com/awickedaffair. We are an independent event not affiliated with The National Kidney Foundation. Call Krista 937.763.0474


79th Annual Charity Ball – Passport to Paris

06:30 pm

Join the Junior Board of CHNK for an evening of vintage romance with an international flair. The 79th Annual Charity Ball takes place at the Cincinnati Airport Marriott in Hebron, KY. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres, open bar, auction tables, and raffles. Dinner is served promptly at 7:30 p.m., followed by a live auction, gaming, complimentary photo booth, music, and perhaps even a few surprises! Tickets are $100 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.


Fall Fiesta

07:00 pm

Join Cooperative for Education (CoEd) at Great American Ball Park for an evening of Silent and Live Auctions, Piñata Raffle, a special Guatemalan guest, and more!

Fall Fiesta is CoEd’s premier annual event to raise funds and create awareness about its vital educational programs in Guatemala.

Tickets: $75/person; includes dinner by the bite, an open bar, dessert, and on-site parking.


Backstage Treasures Online Auction for Arts Education

10:00 am

Join the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) as we raise funds for Arts Education Programs through our annual online auction, “Backstage Treasures”! The auction will be live from November 20th at 10 am through December 3rd at 10 pm and will be full of unique and fun items you won’t find elsewhere…great for Holiday gift-giving or to treat yourself!

CAA’s Education Programs include: Artists on Tour, sending teaching artists into classrooms to enhance learning ; SchoolTime, funding transportation and tickets for school children to experience an entertaining and educational performance at the Aronoff; and The Overture Awards, a scholarship awards program open to Tri-state high school students. Last year, our auction helped bring these programs to nearly 60,000 students in the Tri-state area.

Logon to www.cincinnatiarts.org/BackstageTreasures Nov. 20 – Dec. 3 to find a treasure for yourself and also to help introduce Tri-state students to the arts!

If you would like to donate an item to our auction, please contact Gina at (513) 977-4135. Your donation is tax-deductible.