Help us help Chaucie’s Place

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As you might know, we’re pleased and proud to be among the sponsors once again for the Treasure our Children event, an important fundraiser for Chaucie’s Place. As a reminder – and in an urging for you to attend – the evening is a lot of fun. We’re talking about the Beach Bash Goes to Mexico! Get your Hawaiian shirts and flip flops out. There’ll be live and silent auctions. Margaritas, tacos and beach music, anyone?

Chaucie’s Place is where caring, protection and healing come together. It is a center that provides a unique approach to the investigation of cases of abuse and neglect of children in Hamilton County. Chaucie’s Place needs our help. Please join us in making a difference. For more information, please visit www.chauciesplace. org or call 759.8008 as soon as you can.

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You may have heard that a Pennsylvania judge blocked enforcement of the voter identification law enacted by the legislature and signed by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. The law required photo ID cards for voters. With the law’s defeat, you can place the Keystone State in President Barack Obama’s column on Nov. 6. We’re willing to state the obvious: The law in no way disenfranchises any voter; it is an attempt to prevent fraudulent voting, so those opposed to it, well, let’s just say they like a little breathing room when it comes to the definition of “legal voting.” Granted, there’s voter fraud on both sides, but we’re quite curious as to why the Democrats are so opposed to photo IDs. Actually, we know why, and we trust that you do, too.




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Help us help Chaucie’s Place

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As you might know, we’re pleased and proud to be among the sponsors once again for the Treasure our Children event, an important fundraiser for Chaucie’s Place. As a reminder – and in an urging for you to attend – the evening is a lot of fun. We’re talking about the Beach Bash Goes to Mexico! Get your Hawaiian shirts and flip flops out. There’ll be live and silent auctions. Margaritas, tacos and beach music, anyone?

Chaucie’s Place is where caring, protection and healing come together. It is a center that provides a unique approach to the investigation of cases of abuse and neglect of children in Hamilton County. Chaucie’s Place needs our help. Please join us in making a difference. For more information, please visit www.chauciesplace. org or call 759.8008 as soon as you can.

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You may have heard that a Pennsylvania judge blocked enforcement of the voter identification law enacted by the legislature and signed by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. The law required photo ID cards for voters. With the law’s defeat, you can place the Keystone State in President Barack Obama’s column on Nov. 6. We’re willing to state the obvious: The law in no way disenfranchises any voter; it is an attempt to prevent fraudulent voting, so those opposed to it, well, let’s just say they like a little breathing room when it comes to the definition of “legal voting.” Granted, there’s voter fraud on both sides, but we’re quite curious as to why the Democrats are so opposed to photo IDs. Actually, we know why, and we trust that you do, too.




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Help us help Chaucie’s Place

0

As you might know, we’re pleased and proud to be among the sponsors once again for the Treasure our Children event, an important fundraiser for Chaucie’s Place. As a reminder – and in an urging for you to attend – the evening is a lot of fun. We’re talking about the Beach Bash Goes to Mexico! Get your Hawaiian shirts and flip flops out. There’ll be live and silent auctions. Margaritas, tacos and beach music, anyone?

Chaucie’s Place is where caring, protection and healing come together. It is a center that provides a unique approach to the investigation of cases of abuse and neglect of children in Hamilton County. Chaucie’s Place needs our help. Please join us in making a difference. For more information, please visit www.chauciesplace. org or call 759.8008 as soon as you can.

• • •

You may have heard that a Pennsylvania judge blocked enforcement of the voter identification law enacted by the legislature and signed by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. The law required photo ID cards for voters. With the law’s defeat, you can place the Keystone State in President Barack Obama’s column on Nov. 6. We’re willing to state the obvious: The law in no way disenfranchises any voter; it is an attempt to prevent fraudulent voting, so those opposed to it, well, let’s just say they like a little breathing room when it comes to the definition of “legal voting.” Granted, there’s voter fraud on both sides, but we’re quite curious as to why the Democrats are so opposed to photo IDs. Actually, we know why, and we trust that you do, too.




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