Our November meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 7pm. We meet at the Deerfield Township Trustee office located at 4900 Parkway Drive, Mason, OH 45040. Please call Shelley at 513-489-0900 if you have questions or need directions.
If you are interested in attending our event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you would like to attend.
The Community Yard Sales for 2014 are on the last Saturday of the month from March to October. Please join us for our next yard sale on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at our new location. Our Community Yard Sale will be held at the Fudicial Business Center at 10000 Kings Auto Mall (the corner of Fields Ertel and Kings Auto Mall – across from Kings Toyota and Big Lots). It will be held in the parking lot on March 29, 2014 from 9:00-12:00. “Sell junk from your trunk”. Rain or Shine. The cost is just $15 to sell from your car and includes 1 parking space. The $15 fee benefits Building Blocks for Kids (www.bb4k.org). Buyers are free. Future Yard Sale Dates: April 26, 2014, May 31, 2014, June 28, 2014, July 26, 2014, August 30, 2014, September 27, 2014 and October 25, 2014.
Any questions regarding the Community Yard Sale or the Deerfield Women’s Club, please call Shelley at 513-489-0900.
Diane, Janet & Shelley volunteering at the Whole Foods Wine Tasting Fundraiser for Mason Food Pantry and The Art Alliance.
Touch a Truck – 2013
The 2013 Deerfield Township Touch A Truck as a huge success. We passed out balloons and water to families. The kids enjoyed climbing on all the Township’s trucks. What a great family event!!
Starting July 27, 2013, the Deerfield Women’s Club’s Community Yard Sale has a new home! We will be in the parking lot of the Fiducial Business and Tax office at 10000 Kings Auto Mall Road. The sale will be at the corner of Fields Ertel and Kings Auto Mall (across from Kings Toyota and Big Lots). The time will remain the same – from 9 to 12. Since our July sale was a rain out, all vendors wanting to sell in August will receive a $5 discount. Therefore, you will get a parking spot for $10. All proceeds will go to Building Blocks 4 Kids.
Come check out our new and exciting location!!!
Any questions, call Shelley at 513-489-0900.
Deerfield Township’s Pink Truck hits the ice at the Cyclone’s Hockey Game.
Deerfield Township’s Pink Truck was a huge success at the Kings Island Color Me Pink event held on April 27, 2013.
DWC/Pink Truck Project has partnered with Mary Jo Cropper Family for Breast Cancer located at Bethesda North Hospital. DWC had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Susan Weinberg and the Mary Jo Cropper Family for Breast Cancer staff a couple of weeks ago. They advised that no person is turned away – even if you don’t have insurance or your scope of recovery is beyond what insurance pays.
This article was provided by the Spring 2013 edition of the Tri Health Unity magazine…
“Health Care Hero: Susan Weinberg, MD. Spending the past 15 years as medical director for the Breast Center at Bethesda North – and the last 30 on staff – wasn’t enough for this health care hero. In 2009, Dr. Weinberg helped establish the Mary Jo Cropper Family Center for Breast Care. And today, she’s turning that passion into a significant gift for the future of breast health, by donating her life insurance policy – 75 percent to the Cropper Center and 25 percent to Hospice of Cincinnati.
Dr. Weinberg worked with her financial advisor and Bethesda Foundation to make her planned gift possible, and admitted it had never occurred to her to donate that way. “I had no clue that I could do something like this,” she says. But she’s glad she did.
“It’s just a feeling that you’re doing the right thing, that you’re helping the next generation and looking out for others.” Dr. Weinberg says.”
It is an honor to work with Dr. Susan Weinberg and her staff….DWC/Pink Truck Project is excited about our partnership.
‘Volunteering does more than just make you feel good. Studies show that people who volunteer live longer, healthier lives and enjoy lower rates of depression and hearth disease. “I witness this daily in volunteers of all ages,” says the Rev Lisa Bryan, supervisor of Volunteer Services for Good Samaritan Hospital. “I think volunteering improves health by improving well-being, from the social aspect of forming friendships to the physical aspect of just being more active. Some of our volunteers log up to five miles a day.”
“As a volunteer, I get to see how patients benefit from what I do firsthand every day – but they give me back as much as I give them,” says Marie Rich, a volunteer with the pet therapy group at Bethesda North Hospital’ Information has been provided by Tri Health News Spring 2013
If you are interested in volunteering with the DWC, call Shelley @ 513-489-0900 or email email@example.com.