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Entries for April 2017

Upcoming Blood Drive May 8th
Blood Drive Hosted by the Taylor Mill Fire Department Monday, May 8, 2017 12:00 pm - 2:15 pm & 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm Donor Bus will be parked in the Fire Department's parking lot: 5231 Taylor Mill Road To schedule an appointment, please visit: www.hoxworth.org/groups/taylormillfire or call Hoxworth at 513-451-0910 
Clue #5: Diamond City Medallion Hunt
Order 1469 is loyal - Although it's not the place. It's time to continue the Medallion Race! Through the Valley - With Eagle Pride We hear the roar of the Wildcats - And their spirit makes other teams hide. Jump on the Parkway - And keep it movin' If you find the Medallion - You'll feel like groovin'! 
Shred-It Truck Returning this Thursday!
Shred Event April 27, 2017 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. FREE for Taylor Mill residents and businesses!  A truck will be onsite at the City of Taylor Mill Municipal Complex, 5225 Taylor Mill Road, to shred all of you paper records and documents while you watch. No credit cards or cd's will be accepted. 
This is a communication update regarding the social media threats received today. We have had extra law enforcement on campus throughout the day as a precaution only. The Taylor Mill Police are investigating and the person or persons responsible for the social media threats will be prosecuted. Despite the additional social media posts, the Ta...
Shred Event: April 22, 2017
Shred Event April 22, 2017 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. FREE for Taylor Mill residents and businesses!  A truck will be onsite at the City of Taylor Mill Municipal Complex, 5225 Taylor Mill Road, to shred all of you paper records and documents while you watch. No credit cards or cd's will be accepted. 
Mayor Bell and several other Kenton County Mayor's, in conjunction with the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky, are participating in a campaign to collect new duffle bags for children who are in transition between homes. The goal is to provide children in transition some sense of stability by owning their own duffle bag to carry/transport their ...
As part of the battle against heroin and opiate addiction, Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann and Kenton County are partnering with the Taylor Mill City Commission to distribute informational door hangers on Saturday, April 29th. Would you be willing and available to help? You don't have to knock on doors; you only to walk and help spread ...
Clue #4: Diamond City Medallion Hunt
A house for officials - They serve us each day. Say hello if you see them - But then be on you way. Your instinct leads your closer - Though you need to follow the law. The prize is not at the Police Station - And not at City Hall. 
Clue #3: Diamond City Medallion Hunt
Quack! Quack! - Head past the Market. Wave if you see Buddy - But keep your eye on the target.
Follow the link to view some great photos from the Easter Egg Hunt event on April 8th!  
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