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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Sponsors Clermont Northeastern Band Boosters

     

Rotary Club of Cincinnati – Eastside Donates Hog

Inter Parish Ministry of Newtown was one of three recipients of meat from the Rotary Club of Cincinnati – Eastside. Don Donohoo, a charter member of the recently formed chapter, joined his brother, Club President-Elect, Daren Donohoo, of Donohoo Consulting, and nephew David, to present the packages to the organization.


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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Sponsors Clermont Northeastern Band Boosters

Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs is a supporter of the Clermont Northeastern Band Boosters. With CNE alumni, a former basketball coach and sporting event volunteers on staff, we are proud to join the Boosters in supporting the activities of the music department and the students who continue this fine tradition.













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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Sponsors 2014 Art Affaire

Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs, is once again a proud sponsor of the 2014 Art Affaire Saturday, September 27. Milford's premier art & fine crafts show is held annually on the grounds of the Promont House Museum and presented by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society. For more information, visit www.MilfordHistory.net.




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Rotary Club of Cincinnati - Eastside Donates Hog

     

Inter Parish Ministry of Newtown was one of three recipients of meat from the Rotary Club of Cincinnati – Eastside. Don Donohoo, a charter member of the recently formed chapter, joined his brother, Club President-Elect, Daren Donohoo, of Donohoo Consulting, and nephew David, to present the packages to the organization.

The Rotary Club purchased a hog at the Clermont County Junior Fair Livestock Auction to provide meat to the Jim Saul’s Homeless Shelter, the Eastern Area YWCA and the Inter Parish Ministry as part of their July service project. Inter Parish Ministry is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been serving low income, needy families in eastern Hamilton County and all of Clermont County for 49 years.

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Miami Township Fire/EMS Chief Retires

Don Donohoo and Roger Cupp of Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs, joined the local business community and specials guests in honoring Chief James Whitworth for 21 years of service to the people of Miami Township.   During his distinguished career, Whitworth witnessed the fast growth of the community over the last two decades and led a department  which responded to those increasing needs.  The staff of  Donohoo, Cupp & Associates joins the community in thanking him for his service.

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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Sponsors Milford Adventure Challenge








For the second year, Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs, is a race sponsor of the Milford Adventure Challenge.  The two-person teams will navigate the City of Milford Saturday, September 21, beginning at 9:00 a.m. visiting checkpoints including one manned by representatives of DCA for a unique challenge.  For more information visit, www.milfordadventurechallenge.com.

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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Sponsors 2013 Art Affaire


Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs,
is proud to once again join the list of sponsors for the 2013 Art Affaire Saturday, September 28.  Presented by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society at the Promont House Museum, the annual show is Milford’s premier art and fine craft event.  For more information, visit www.MilfordHistory.net.

 

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Donohoo, Cupp & Associates Clients and Staff Witness Reds No-Hitter



     

Several clients and staff of Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs, gathered July 2 to watch what they hoped to be another Reds’ baseball victory against the 2012 World Series Champions, the San Francisco Giants.  The Giants, who ended the Reds’ march to the World Series last fall at Great American Ballpark, were stopped dead by a near-perfect game pitching performance by Homer Bailey. The group watched  with eyes glued on the mound as Bailey gave up only one walk in nine exciting innings!

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Walden Sisters Receive Diplomas


   


Lillian Paige Walden and Bryn Regan Walden, daughters of Gwen Walden of Donohoo, Cupp & Associates, CPAs, received their diplomas this past May.  Paige received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Webster University in Webster Groves, Missouri, while Regan graduated from Anderson High School.  After a summer in Thailand, Paige has joined two St. Louis dance companies, Leverage Dance Theater and Karlovsky & Company Dance.  Regan will be attending the University of Toledo this fall majoring in biology.

 

 

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