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A Halloween Spooktacular Event

11:00 am

October 26, 2014
Sponsoring the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Held at the Fairfield Senior High School Cafeteria
Address: 8800 Holden Blvd. Fairfield, Oh 45014
Doors open at 11am to 3pm Admission: Free

Over 40 Crafters and Vendors Trick or Treating Fortune Teller

Halloween Story Teller Face painting Balloon Artist Cookie Decorating

Raffle Drawing Kids Movie Concession Stand Music and Much More!

Ghoul and/or Goblin photo taken in their costume with Halloween background.

So don’t be afraidy cat, come out for a spell. It’s going to be a frightfully good time!


Charity Quarter Auction

07:00 pm

Come join us to support the Susan G. Komen 3 day race for the cure!
Great food, drinks and fun! We have 10 great vendors!


Sam’s Recovery

12:00 pm

Benefit for
Samuel Jordan

Peecox Bar & Grill
635 Donaldson Hwy,
Erlanger, KY 41018
Sunday November 2, 2014
Noon til 6:00 pm
Raffles * Split-the-Pot * Live Music * Billiards * $6 Buffet
***Must be present to win raffle prizes***

On August 7th, 18 year old Sam Jordan was in a near fatal dirt bike accident. He was air cared to UC Hospital to the SICU where they found he had a severe spinal cord injury, along with a broken wrist, broken ribs, a broken collar bone, a collapsed lung, and brain shearing. He had surgery on the 8th where they inserted rods into his back. Although his spinal cord was not severed, he did severely bruise his spinal cord. The doctors are unsure as to whether or not Sam will ever walk again. They stated it could take several months, up to a year or two before they will know the damage and whether or not Sam will get sensation back in his legs. We are remaining hopeful that Sam will in fact walk again. Sam’s biggest hurdle at the moment is his lungs. Sam suffered from severe lung trauma. On top of the collapsed lung, Sam has what is known as ARDS. This stands for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. He is currently on a ventilator, but making progress.
On September 22nd, Sam was moved to Daniel Drake Rehabilitation Center in Cincinnati, OH, where he will continue his recovery. He is expected to be there for the next 6 months.
We are asking for your love and prayers for Sam and his family. The goal of this benefit is to raise money for medical bills, and any necessary modifications needed at home. His medical bills are now well over $500,000.

Raffle Items
BC Rich Custom Painted Electric Guitar
Bengals Tickets * 32” LCD HD TV
Gift Cards * Gift Baskets *
And Much More…

For more info, contact:
859-486-3447 * 513-641-9962 * 859-496-9299


The 1st Annual Joe Nuxhall Miracle Ball

06:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE for the 1st Annual Joe Nuxhall MIRACLE BALL!

Thursday, November 6th
The Oscar Event Center at Jungle Jim’s
Fairfield, Ohio

The Miracle Ball is the major fundraiser of The Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields and will include dinner, cocktails, silent and live auctions, and much more. Join Reds CEO Bob Castellini, former Reds Jeff Brantley and Ray Knight, along with a host of other celebrity guests to honor Reds Hall of Fame Announcer Marty Brennaman for his 41 year career with the Reds, including 31 years with Joe.

Joining us as co-hosts from Fox Sports Ohio will be Jim Day & Chris Welsh, along with the always entertaining Bob Herzog from Channel 12.

Tickets are $125/person and will be on sale in mid-September through our website. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Proceeds benefit The Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Fields.



Blue’s Clues for a Cure

06:00 pm

JDRF and the city of Cincinnati are celebrating and raising awareness this year on World Diabetes Day! We are hosting a scavenger hunt, which will feature many well-known attractions in the downtown area lit blue for the night! Meet at Fountain Square at 6:30pm on November 14th, 2014 — Scavenger hunt details will be provided there. Winners are eligible for prizes!

RSVP: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/blues-clues-for-a-cure-tickets-13351363287


39th Annual Kindervelt Market

09:00 am

39th Annual Kindervelt Market, Saturday, November 15th, 9 AM to 2:30 PM.
Newport Syndicate-Free Admission
Handcrafted items, decorated trees and wreaths available for purchase
Bakery, Raffles, Auctions, Games and Live entertainment by various Community Groups
Registration information available at www.kindervelt.org
Proceeds to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Heart Institute/Kindervelt Neurodevelopmental and Educational Clinic



09:00 am

Oak Hills Band Association Annual Holiday Craft Fair

Oak Hills High School
3200 Ebenezer Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45248

Admission $2.00 at the door
Doors open at 9am
Close at 3pm

Over 200 Crafters!
Come support our band


5th Annual Rock ‘n Aspire

07:00 pm

5th Annual Rock ‘n Aspire of Cincinnati
7 p.m. – 11 p.m., Saturday, November 15, 2014
20th Century Theater in Oakley (3021 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209)

Aspiring to create a world Free of MS
100% of net proceeds going to the National MS Society!

Includes 2 Drink Tickets / Live Bands / Appetizers and Cash Bar / Silent Auction and Raffles

7pm Two-Bit Calamity: Country. Folk. Rock. Roots. Americana. All blended together in a dusty whirlwind of original compositions.
8pm The Ready Stance: The Ready Stance is a Cincinnati band that’s rapidly gaining national attention.
9pm Muskox: Muskox is a Cincinnati based rock group and the latest iteration of the band formerly known as Eric Tepe Band.
10pm K.M.F.: Remixer and Drummer

$30 Advance, $40 Door – Bring extra cash for raffles!
Get tickets on www.rocknaspire.org or by calling 20th Century directly at (513) 731-8000.

Save $5 by Sharing Event on Facebook!

Rock ‘n Aspire is a grassroots fundraiser created by the wife of a young police officer in Cincinnati, Ohio, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis right before their wedding. Fans of music, the couple decided to plan a concert to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

The 1st annual Rock ‘n Aspire concert took place in 2010, and the event has successfully raised more than $20,000 to date.

“After my husband was diagnosed with MS in 2008, just weeks before our wedding, I developed a passion for creating a world free of MS. There are so many people in Cincinnati affected by MS, and this concert helps fund the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.” said Simcha Kackley, founder and host of Rock ‘n Aspire.

“The MS Society has been a positive influence in not only the community programming and everyday lives of people living with MS but also a driving force for research. As a neuroscience PhD candidate at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, I see the impact that the MS Society has in the research field through their many grants. Our goal is to cure MS and we are making progress!” said Haley Titus-Mitchell, Rock ’n Aspire committee member and daughter of MS patient.
This year’s concert will be bigger and better than ever with four great bands, appetizers, a cash bar including a Signature MS Drink, AND over $5,000 in raffles all night long!

For more information, visit http://www.rocknaspire.org . To volunteer, donate, or become a Rock ‘n Aspire sponsor, email Simcha Kackley at info@rocknaspire.com. Become a Facebook fan to get exclusive updates and free ticket and raffle promotions at http://www.facebook.com/rocknaspire

Special thanks to the 2014 sponsors thus far, including 20th Century Theater, all bands noted above, LPK, TL Krieg Offset, White Photography, and more. Also a big thanks to the volunteer committee who make Rock ‘n Aspire possible. For a full list, visit http://www.rocknaspire.org.

Open to all ages.

The Kackley Family, from Ohio, is hosting Rock ‘n Aspire © with 100% net proceeds benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.