New Playground at Keehner Park

A new playground has come to town. Located on the east side of Keehner Park, near the basketball/tennis courts and ball fields, the new playground broke ground in early 2018. The playground includes four slides, monkey bars, a climbing pole, a balance beam and an “Xcelerator” spinning feature designed for children ages 5 to 12. The existing playground, designed for kids ages 2 to 5, and swing set will remain in place. West Chester’s Keehner Park also features rentable shelters, creek-side wooded trails, recreational fields, an amphitheater and more. WestChesterOH.org 

Local Agent Wins Customer Service Award

Michael Corna, an American Family Insurance Agent in West Chester, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Service Certification Program. The service excellence distinction was determined through an evaluation process that included a customer satisfaction survey. Corna has been an agent for American Family since November 2006. His office recently moved just a few miles up the road to 7237 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, Suite 204 in West Chester. Congratulations to Corna on his accomplishment! Agent.amfam.com/michael-corna/ 

Cheers for Reach Out Lakota

Whether you love a beer mug or a coffee mug—or maybe both—your next sip could benefit Reach Out Lakota. The non-profit recently partnered with DogBerry Brewing in West Chester to release a series of Reach Out Lakota themed beers this spring. The first “ROL brew “is a New England Pale Ale, with a portion of all sales of this beer benefiting Reach Out Lakota. For the coffee lovers out there, Reach Out Lakota has also partnered with Rooted Grounds to release a local coffee benefiting the non-profit. Look for the coffee in stores this spring. ReachOutLakota.org

New Technology—Prints On Metal

Pop Revolution, located in Mason and Hamilton, is now offering a new contemporary fine art metal printing, the first of its kind in our area. With extreme detail and sharpness, images are printed directly to the surface of aluminum panels just like fine art prints. The metal prints offer a unique and affordable option for sharing photos, portraits and other pieces of art. Choose from 12 sizes and three types of finishes to create your own custom metal print. Visit Pop Revolution’s studio to create your own metal print. PopRevolutionGallery.com

Bath Bombs Benefit Relay For Life

Lakota East High School senior Tessa Cedargren is selling homemade bath bombs to benefit Relay For Life. Bath bombs are a ball of luxurious bath salts that melt when they meet warm water. Cedargren uses The Spicy Olive’s Blood Orange Olive Oil to make the bath product and donates all proceeds from the sales to Relay For Life. She will present a check to the non-profit in May at Lakota East’s Relay For Life event. Visit The Spicy Olive to purchase the beautifully scented bath bombs for $6 each. TheSpicyOlive.com

Art On Symmes Transforms to Symmetry Boutique

Art On Symmes customers will notice the Fairfield boutique has undergone a transformation and rebranding to become Symmetry Boutique & Gallery. The shop has been redesigned to create a more open shopping area, allowing a better flow with additional light and spaciousness. Its transition was driven by the energy and charisma of customers. Symmetry Boutique will continue to sell a wide selection of handmade, high quality goods from more than 300 American artists, including artwork, gifts and apparel. An expanded apparent department features quality boutique brands like Sympli and Comfy USA, both of which create comfortable, versatile and timeless pieces. Visit Symmetry at the original Art On Symmes location: 1000 Symmes Road, Fairfield. SymmetryBoutiqueAndGallery.com 

Lifestyle’s Business Directory Moving Online

As West Chester & Liberty Lifestyle continues to grow, we continue to evolve each issue. To maximize the print space to share community stories, we are moving our business directory online-only beginning this month. We recognize that the publication wouldn’t be possible without the support from local businesses, so we encourage you to look for contact details in the ads and on our website if a particular business inside peeks your interest. Thank you to everyone who supports this magazine and helps deliver it to your doorstep each month. WestChesterAndLibertyLifestyle.com