Two New Treatment Options at Center for Foot Care

Liberty Township’s Center for Foot Care is offering two new, innovative treatment options. Dermal fillers can be used to replace lost fat pads in the heel or ball of the foot. This treatment repairs frequent common degenerative changes that happen to feet over time. Loss of fat pads makes it painful when walking, standing or wearing high heels. This new collagen filler treatment provides instant relief for feet with no down time.

Center for Foot Care is also offering a medical-grade restorative composite toenails. This product has the advantage of being a flexible material, so it is longer lasting than a traditional acrylic nail, typically lasting 6-8 weeks. This product can be used to cover ugly toenails with an end-result that is pretty, durable and long-lasting. Learn more about these new treatment options and schedule a consultation today.

Kingsgate Logistics Union Centre Food Truck Rally Raised $15,000

Congratulations to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County who were the beneficiary of the Kingsgate Logistics Union Centre Food Truck Rally. They received a $15,000 check from the Union Centre Boulevard Merchant Association (UCBMA) and Kingsgate Logistics. The annual food truck rally was held in August at the Union Centre clock tower where over 40 food trucks rolled up to provide tasty food, beverages and treats. The UCBMA Food Truck Rally is always the second Friday in August.

New Leadership 21 Class Announced

The West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance selected the 2019 Leadership 21 class. Leadership 21 is designed to improve the quantity, quality and effectiveness of our local leadership. Area leaders are selected each year to participate in this year-long program. The 2018 class graduated in September and passed the baton to the new class of 2019.

Congratulations to the following members of the new Leadership 21 class: Kelly Bell, Jennifer Best, Matthew Dutkevicz, Heather Ebbecke, Kelli Gilliam, Kathie Hays, Michelle Hopkins, Dale Kozma, Seth Priestle, Perry Richardson, Scott Schmits, Julie Shaffer, Karen Singer, Liza Skryzhevska, Diana Small, Angela Squires, Cathy Walton, Brianne Wanner, Kara Whitesell, Brenda Yablonsky and Nick Ziepfel.

New Fence at Dudley Memorial Park Courtesy of MOMS Club®

MOMS Club® Liberty Township recently partnered with a local Eagle Scout, Chase Oswald, and completed a fence at Dudley Memorial Park. Moms Offering Moms Support (MOMS) Club is a non-profit organization that offers support to stay-at-home, part-time and working-from-home mothers, offering meet-ups and fun child-based activities. A fence will help keep children safe from a steep drop and concealed pond near the playground. The fence was unveiled on November 4.

Local Women’s Tennis Team Wins National Tennis Championship

At the USTA 55 & Over National Tennis Championships in Orlando, Florida this October, the Midwest women’s 8.0 tennis team won first place. Their journey to qualify to compete in the national championships, included winning in prior summer tournaments at the city level, districts, state and sectionals. The national tournament included 17 sectional winners from the U.S. Many of the team members live in the West Chester and Liberty Township area. Congratulations to these local tennis champions! 

MidPointe Library Opens At Liberty Center

MidPointe Library officially welcomed visitors to their newest location in Liberty Township on November 2. The new location is in the Foundry at Liberty Center, near the Cincinnati Children’s Discovery Center kids’ play area. The main collection at Liberty Center features recently released books from the past few months. Patrons can also request books from any library branch at the new location. The space also provides seating areas for small group gatherings, many of which will be available for use even after regular library hours. Next time you’re at Liberty Center, stop in to visit the newest MidPointe location.