Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Board-certified music therapist Kiersten Meister, MT-BC, of  Keys for Success, Cincinnati, is joined, from left, by Max Rinck, son of Dan and Michelle Rinck, Aurora; Kyle Chambers, son of Pauline and Ken Chambers, Batesville, and Thomas Simmons, son of Paula and Erik Simmons, Greendale, during group music therapy at the New Horizons Rehabilitation building in Penntown.

When Kiersten Meister was in college she decided to major in psychology.

Then one day she was introduced to the concept of music therapy by friends.

Although she always loved music, she never thought about combining it with her psychology studies, she said.

“I just fell in love with the idea of it,” said Meister.

Lawrenceburg junior Tanner Heist clears 5'8" to win over a tightly-bunched high jump field in Thursday's boys track and field sectional at East Central.

 

 

East Central junior Nathan Corn takes the elevator to the top floor to win Thursday's sectional pole vault championship at a height of 12'10", under the watchful eye of teammates and coaches at Trojan Field. (Jim Buchberger/Journal-Press)

If you’ve never visited the Aurora Dog Park, Saturday, June 6, is the time to do so.

Don’t have a dog? Come anyway, said Patrick Meyer. An 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. event will include demonstrations, prizes, food, drinks, and giveaways, including a dog leash for every attendee.

File Photo: This aerial photo was taken in Bright about a week after a tornado tore through the community.

Twenty-five years have nearly passed since the June 2, 1990, tornado outbreak that struck northern Dearborn County, leveling much of Bright, and demolishing the Meadows subdivision in nearby Harrison.

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Board-certified music therapist Kiersten Meister, MT-BC, of  Keys for Success, Cincinnati, is joined, from left, by Max Rinck, son of Dan and Michelle Rinck, Aurora; Kyle Chambers, son of Pauline and Ken Chambers, Batesville, and Thomas Simmons, son of Paula and Erik Simmons, Greendale, during group music therapy at the New Horizons Rehabilitation building in Penntown.
Lawrenceburg junior Tanner Heist clears 5'8" to win over a tightly-bunched high jump field in Thursday's boys track and field sectional at East Central.
File Photo: This aerial photo was taken in Bright about a week after a tornado tore through the community.

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Michael W. Mitchell, 57, Harrison, Ohio, died Friday, May 22, 2015. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.