Monthly Recap

May 2016 Monthly Recap

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Nora If you are looking for something to do now that the weather is warming up, it’s an exciting time to visit the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium! The  polar bear cub, Nora, was born there this past November, and visitors now have the opportunity to see her. (READ MORE) Retirement Study A study by GOBankingRates.com …

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March 2016 Monthly Recap

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Don’t Act Your Age As adults, it seems that we are constantly pursuing happiness, often with mixed results. Yet children appear to have it down to an art – and for the most part they don’t need self-help books or therapy. Instead, they look after their wellbeing instinctively, and usually more effectively than we do …

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February 2016 Monthly Recap

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Spotlight Stop in to Columbus’s newest pizza sensation, Paulie Gee’s! Paulie Gee’s Short North Pizzeria opened recently in Columbus.  Plans for the expansion of the Brooklyn based chain have been in the works since late 2013. Investors that helped bring the restaurant to Columbus include Mark Fissel’s sister and brother-in-law, Rebecca and Shawn Vadala. Paulie …

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December 2015 Monthly Recap

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Grand Illumination The Scioto Mile, in downtown Columbus, will come alive with lights this December through January 20th. At the lighting ceremony on December 4th, you can help fill “empty bowls” by purchasing a handcrafted ceramic bowl made by local artists. All proceeds go to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. Click here to learn more. SEC to set a …

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November 2015 Monthly Recap

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Client Spotlight When Loraine Smith isn’t keeping things running smoothly at the Smiths’ dental practice,Healthpark Dentistry, located just north of Dayton, you’ll find her walking in her neighborhood or hard at work at her hobby, quilting!  Loraine’s brightly colored and contemporary quilts have found their way into the local newspapers, hospitals, and even into Mark …

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