About La Soupe La Soupe is a non-profit agency (founded by local chef Suzy DeYoung in 2014) that rescues food by converting it into soup which is then donated to people in need of sustenance. Donated ingredients are turned into fabulous-tasting soups, salads, frozen meals and desserts. The organization receives food and monetary donations from individuals and companies. Partnerships include Kroger, Jungle Jim’s, Sugar Creek, Chefs’ Warehouse, Farmer Family Foundation as well as many local organic farms.
Each month about 4,000 pounds of produce is collected and 60 volunteers help transport the food to local chefs for soup creation. Those soups (as well as fresh produce) are then taken to local churches and schools to be distributed to those who live in “food deserts” – without easy access to healthy food.
The public also gets involved with La Soupe by purchasing their soups and salads. The Soupe Shack is located in at 4150 Round Bottom Road in Newtown. Follow La Soupe on Facebook so learn about their daily menus.
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Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services has a New, Mobile-Friendly Web Site!
Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services has transformed its website with a new look that is also mobile optimized. The site looks very fresh and current. Here is what you will find:
Five easy-to-use calculators are featured on the site: How Much Can I Afford; Monthly Payment; FHA Monthly Payment; Refinance; and Rent vs. Own.
Built especially for Sibcy Cline, these calculators are some of the most comprehensive tools on the market providing not only just a principal and interest payment, but a full PITI (principal, interest, taxes and insurance) including mortgage insurance if the down payment is less than 20%.
The Rent vs. Own calculator includes average rate of return, inflation, opportunity costs and closing fees into its design and is updated to stay current. This is a great tool for current renters.
Shop Local Sibcy Cline is all about being local and 100% of Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services’ loan process is local. The interactive regional map allows potential home buyers to easily find a loan officer in their own neighborhood who in turn will refer those buyer leads to our local Sibcy Cline agents.
Browsers on the site can learn all about the various loan products available from Sibcy Cline Mortgage Services. They can “like” the products of interest and opt to have more information emailed to them.
A Visit to the Cincinnati Fire Museum
Sibcy Cline employees took their second-grade Adopt A Class from the Evanston Academy on a field trip to the Cincinnati Fire Museum. The children learned all about Cincinnati firefighting history and enjoyed lunch from – McDonald’s.
The children had been studying firefighting and firefighters in their classroom. This trip brought their lessons to life! (Did you know the first professionally paid firefighters originated in Cincinnati?)
The kids enjoyed historical items early firefighters used like leather water buckets, horse drawn carriages, lanterns and more. Adults and children were surprised to learn how big and heavy water hoses are.
And, guess what – they even got to slide down a real firefighter pole!
Have you visited the Cincinnati Fire Museum?
Sibcy Sings Group Makes Finals for CincySings for ArtsWave!
The Sibcy Sings Group sang their hearts out on April 19, 2017 at the finals for CincySings 2017. The sing off – held at the Aronoff Center – featured 10 local companies who participated with some great music. The event was hosted by Drew Lachey who gave courage to all of the singers before they belted out their tunes to a full house.
Although our Sibcy group did not win (boo) – they are very excited already about next year. (Sibcy Cline is going to hold another competition and that winning team will participate in the CincySings sing off.) This was Sibcy Cline’s first year of participation in this sing off and we are very proud of our Sibcy Singers who made the finals. Who won? The Christ Hospital singers!
Sibcy Sings singers include from top photo (left to right): Sherry Lyn (Kenwood); Nick Hacker (Relocation); Dorothea Burke (Mortgage); Cindy Kopeny (Mortgage); Mary Hill (Mortgage); and Jessica Overley (Mortgage). A shout out to: Mark McDaniel (Mortgage) who helped sing in the try outs.
CincySings benefitted the local ArtsWave campaign.