August meeting

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Our August meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 7 pm.  Our meetings are held 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 deerfieldwomensclub@yahoo.com to let us know that you would like to attend.

Next Community Yard Sale

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The Community Yard Sales for 2014 are on the last Saturday of the month from March to September.  Please join us for our next yard sale on Saturday, July 26, 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 July 26, 2014 from 9:00-1:00.   “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:    August 30, 2014 and September 27, 2014.

Any questions regarding the Community Yard Sale or the Deerfield Women’s Club, please call Shelley at 513-489-0900.

June & July 2014 DWC and community (Deerfield Twp) Events

Here is a list of our upcoming events &/or fun things to do:

COMMUNITY YARD SALE
Saturday, May 31 @ 8-1
Those that volunteered:
Diane
Shelley – selling
Shirley (and possibly Nancy)
Ahren
Joyce
Tanya – selling
Janet

SUMMERFAIR @ CONEY ISLAND
Friday May 30 – Sun June 1
Cost $10, unless you buy then it’s whatever
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN THING TO DO THAT IS REASONABLY CHEAP

CONCERT IN THE PARK AT LANDEN-DEERFIELD PARK
Sunday, June 8 @ 6 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

MOVIE IN THE PARK: DESPICABLE ME 2 AT COTTELL PARK
Friday, June 13 @ 9 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

VETERAN’S RUN – AT SNYDER HOUSE
Saturday, June 14 @ 7 am to 11
Those that volunteered:
Janet
Ahren
Shelley
Tanya
Jennifer – ?
Diane – ?

MONTHLY MEETING – PICNIC AT COTTELL PARK
Wednesday, June 18 @ 7 pm
Bring an item to share and your drinks

CONCERT IN THE PARK @ LANDEN-DEERFIELD PARK
Sunday, June 22 @ 6
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

MOVIE IN THE PARK: FROZEN @ LANDEN-DEERFIELD PARK
Friday, June 27 @ 9 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN THING TO DO

COMMUNITY YARD SALE
Saturday, June 28 @ 8 to 1

MOVIE IN THE PARK: THE HUNGER GAMES – CATHING FIRE @ COTTELL PARK
Friday, July 11 @ 9 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

CONCERT IN THE PARK AT LANDEN DEERFIELD PARK
Saturday, July 13 @ 6 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN ‘FREE” THING TO DO

MONTHLY MEETING
Wednesday, July 16 @ 7pm
Meeting will be held at Shelley’s house unless she has complications, then it will be at the Trustee’s office
8455 Island Pines Place
Maineville, OH 45039
Directions: 513-520-6652

WEARABLE ART SHOW @ PNC BANK CENTER DOWNTOWN CINCINNATI
Thursday, July 24 @ Time to be determined
Cost is $10 a person and in the past they provided free drinks & hors d’oeuvres
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN THING TO DO AND IT SUPPORTS THE ART ALLIANCE

MOVIE IN THE PARK: CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 @ FLECKENSTEIN PARK
Friday, July 25 @ 8:30 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

COMMUNITY YARD SALE
Saturday, July 26 @ 8 to 1

CONCERT IN THE PARK @ LANDEN-DEERFIELD PARK
Sunday, June 27 @ 6 pm
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT MIGHT BE A FUN “FREE” THING TO DO

FARMERS MARKET @ KINGSWOOD PARK
Every Saturday from 9 to 12
THIS IS NOT A DWC EVENT BUT WOULD BE GOOD IF YOU WANT TO SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMERS

As you can see I put a lot of stuff out there that is FREE in our community. We are always looking for social things to do so why don’t we take advantage of stuff that is in our backyard. If this is something that you and your family would like to do, let us know so that we might want to join you.

Building Blocks for Kids Newsletter

This is one of the charities that the DWC supports.  They are located in Mason and is a very small organization.  It’s amazing that they do as much as they do.  We will be presenting them a check to help with their efforts. 

Here is a copy of their newsletter.

Look what you did!!
Your support in 2013 provided assistance to 66 kids!!  That is a record number of kids helped in a single year by Building Blocks for Kids.  BB4K and the families we have assisted cannot thank you enough!!  To give you a better look at how we have helped them, here are some of the needs met:
  • More than 540 hours of therapy were provided to 26 children
  • Four (4) kids were provided with a communication device
  • We assisted three children and their families with home modifications to make their homes more accessible
  • Three families received wheelchair accessible vans and another received a lift to make their van accessible
  • Five kids were given assistance so that they could attend Ohio Valley Voices for speech and hearing therapy
  • And many other needs were met as well such as home therapy equipment, displacement costs so a child could get the help they needed away from home, specialized prescription formula, shatterproof eye glasses, and so much more!
We could not have done this without your support!  We hope you’ll come celebrate with us at the Annual Event on March 1st (see sidebar) and that you’ll spread the word about Building Blocks for Kids.
Register your Kroger Card! 
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Using your Kroger card is a quick and easy way to help Building Blocks for Kids.  In 2013 we received almost $2000 from the Kroger loyalty program.  That was with an average of 20 households participating. That means each and every household gave about a $100 donation.  Imagine the impact if we can double/triple/quadruple that number!  All you have to do is register your Kroger Card and pick Building Blocks for Kids as your  charity.  It is that simple!  Kroger will do that rest.  Below are instructions to register your card.  
  • Register online at krogercommunityrewards.com
  • Have your Kroger Plus card handy
  • If you already have an online Kroger Plus account, sign in/register, if you do not click on SIGN UP TODAY in the “New Customer” box.
  • Sign up for a Kroger Reward Account by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, entering your email address and creating a password, agreeing to terms and conditions.
  • You will then get a message to check you email inbox and click in the link within the body of the email.
  • Click on My Account and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step.
  • Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards Information and input your Kroger Plus card number.
  • Update or confirm you information.
  • Enter NPO number (80337) or name of organization from list and click on confirm.
  • REMEMBER, purchases will not count for your group until after your member register their card.
  • Do you use your phone number at the register?  Call 800-576-4377, select option 4 to get your Kroger Plus card number.
  • Members must swipe their registered Kroger Plus card or use the phone number that is related to their registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count.