Meet the Bloggers

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Mary F. is the Director of Marketing at the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau and lives in nearby Centerville, Ohio. Having grown up in the Dayton area, and with her mother being from Waynesville, Mary has spent a great deal of time exploring the county’s many unique shops. As a mom, she and her family have long-enjoyed family attractions in Southwest Ohio. Look for her blogs on family, food, and thrills.
Carol MCarol M. has worked for the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau since 1999, and has lived in Lebanon for 35 years where she and her husband Mick raised two sons and a daughter. Just mention the word “shopping” and Carol is on board! Learn all about her travels through Warren County, and her hunts for unique gifts and accommodations!


Hutchinson_Scott_DSC0002Scott H. is a Communications Manager for the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and a longtime resident of Mason, Ohio. With interests ranging from outdoor adventure and sports to music and local dining, his blogs touch on a little bit of everything! Check out his posts for an insider’s scoop on all the food, fests and fun of Ohio’s Largest Playground!


Lewis_Jessica_39_wccvbJessica L. is a Communications Manager for the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and lives in Cincinnati. Jessica loves trying new things, especially if there’s a hint of adventure attached to it. Look to her blogs for the latest information on interesting and unique adventures in Warren County.


Anne NAnne N. was raised with the southern culinary influence of her mother, and her palate only broadened as she began to travel more. To date, She has “eaten her way” through Europe, the Carribean, almost all 50 states, Canada and Mexico. Her hope is to share her love of food in an honest, lighthearted way. Look for her reviews on Warren County’s favorite local dining spots!

3 responses to “Meet the Bloggers

  1. Pingback: Modern Thai at Banana Leaf | Stories From the Playground·

  2. I was clerk-treasurer of the Village of Springboro when LaComedia was being built by Joe Mitchell. My name is on the zoning papers. It was opened in 1976, not 1975. The first performance was “1776” and John Goodman played Thomas Jefferson. When not on stage, he waited tables to supplement his income. I was one of the founders of the Spb Area Historical Society. It was formed as a legal organization purposely to stop the developers from tearing down the Null cabin and Taylor barn. We lost the battle for the barn, but, thanks to a dedicated group of citizens, we were able to save the cabin. I could write a book about Springboro. We moved there 1965. It was a small, humble village at that time. Not anymore.

    • How fun it must have been to be part of Springboro’s history! According to La Comedia, they did a full slate of shows in 1975, starting with “A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM” (January 28-March 1,
      1975). “1776” ran October 15 – November 29, 1975.

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