-- — Andrew “Fuzz” Springmeyer has received an associate degree in culinary arts after graduating in November 2010 from Cincinnati State Midwest Culinary Institute, reports Doug Bessler, Sherman House owner and general manager. Springmeyer had been a cook at the restaurant for two years when he began culinary school. “This was a great advantage because I was already used to the pressure of a high-paced kitchen with attention to detail,” he stated. Bessler added, “Fuzz has grown considerably as a cook, and having earned his chef certification adds to the Sherman House’s strength and creativity in the kitchen.” Springmeyer graduated from Batesville High School in 2008 and is continuing his studies at Northern Kentucky University working toward a bachelor’s degree in business management. He is the son of Theresa and Greg Simmons, Batesville, and Gary Springmeyer, Greensburg. The Midwest Culinary Institute was established at Cincinnati State in 2005. It is accredited by the American Culinary Federation and graduates approximately 100 students each year.
- Kranz named new director Eric Kranz has been appointed the new Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce executive director, according board chairman Mark Banschbach. Kranz brings a renewed emphasis to professionally serve the needs of the chamber's nearly 350 members through a v
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- Imagination Library receives grant The Shopko Foundation Community Grant Program recently awarded a grant to the Imagination Library of Franklin County for the purpose of purchasing quality books for preschool-aged children from birth until age 5, thus providing each child enrolled w
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