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Jerie Bolin
Worked at The Ridge Behavioral Health Systems
Attended Eastern Kentucky University
Lives in Dayton, OH
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Thank you, Pappaw - Memorial Day 2012
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Looking for a mini get away this weekend and trying to decide between Louisville or Cinci. Hmmmmm.
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About half of everything I bought tonight.
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Demo Derby with friends. Great night. Also, has anyone ever heard of a Lawnmower Derby? It is totally UNSAFE.
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Never heard of that but yes it does sound very Unsafe. :p
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Just put all my groceries away. Saved close to $150 and paid around $250 total. Not bad for not having nearly the amount of time to dedicate to couponing that I used to have.
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Just two more days of work then I can sleep all weekend if I want to. I never do, but I could.
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New money colors. I think the Treasury might be trying to tell us something.
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Employment
  • The Ridge Behavioral Health Systems
    Mental Health Technician, 2011 - 2013
  • Affiliated Computer Services
    Data Entry, Homeland Security, 2009 - 2010
  • Eastern Kentucky University
    Resident Assistant, 2008 - 2009
  • Eastern Kentucky University
    Desk Worker, 2007 - 2008
  • Lexington Forensic Neuropsychiatry
    Intern, 2011 - 2011
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Currently
Dayton, OH
Previously
Lisle, IL - Lexington, KY - Harlan, KY - Lake Station, IN - Chicago, IL - Hobart, IN - Evarts, KY - Richmond, KY
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Education
  • Eastern Kentucky University
    Psychology, 2007 - 2011
  • Evarts High School
    2004 - 2007
  • River Forest Jr./Sr. High School
    2003 - 2004
  • Adler School of Professional Psychology
    Masters of Counseling specialization in Forensics, 2013 - present
  • Wright State University
    PsyD, 2015 - 2020
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JerRay, Jerie Barnes
I have been a strict vegetarian and health foods fanatic for close to five years now. So when Kentucky Native Cafe opened, I eagerly wanted to visit. My husband and I have lived away from Lexington (which we consider home) for the last several years, but we still visit frequently. My husband is a meat and junk food eater, however, and so visiting a place where I have many options is always a struggle. For at least a year now, Kentucky Native Cafe has been on my KY bucket list and I've been waiting patiently to make my visit. Today we planned to go with our two best friends and their one year old son. To prepare for the trip, we went through a fast food place to get food for the baby and my husband, who absolutely would not eat anything on the Ky Native Cafe menu. Really, this experience was supposed to be a treat for me and my friends, and my husband was enduring it for me, which is rare. We were awed at the environment when we arrived and I grew more and more excited to try the food I had heard amazing things about. When we arrived, my husband sat down with our godson and got his food out (apple slices and a hot dog) while we walked to the window to order. My husband was IMMEDIATELY greeted by an employee who told him that they discourage children eating anything but snacks there. My husband told him he wasn't going to eat there, either, but that three people did want to order there. The employee again said he couldn't. We decided to leave and I am sorely disappointed. Not only by this experience but that we arrived only an hour and a half after opening and the food options were very scarce. I would almost be okay with this experience if they said my husband couldn't eat there - that is more understandable - but to say a one year old can't eat his apple slices there when there is no food on the menu that is friendly to children is unacceptable. I had such high hopes and was so looking forward to this experience only to be immediately turned away and disappointed. As I said before, opportunities for dining like this for me are rare. I wish your policies were more considerate of needs like ours.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I only really write reviews when I have terrible experiences or incredibly pleasant ones (those are rare). My husband and I stopped here while driving home to Ohio. I've never seen a Chinese food drive thru aside from panda garden, and I was intrigued. The woman that took our order at the window was so very bubbly and friendly. I left in a great mood, the food was hot, fresh, and smelled incredible. It was also some of the best tasting Chinese food I've ever had!!! Highly recommend! I'll be there again next time we drive through the area. It will have to be a regular stop for us now.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
My canine has never had a vet as good as the doctors at Brumley. She's an anxious pup, and they are absolutely wonderful with her. They are very thorough and always explain everything well and in terms you can understand. It is very clear they are passionate about what they do. I've been there several times and don't have a single negative thing to say about them. They are also very personable and ask me about my schooling every time I come in. Amazing people here who really care. I am so pleased to have found them.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
They were very communicative. They kept me informed and worked with me even though I was 7 hours away. Service was speedy and I can't even really notice where the damage was done. As far as service they did an excellent job, and even gave us some touch up paint. We had an incident after the car was returned to us, but the owner was adamant about making it right. They have earned my respect and I would trust this repair shop with any future needs.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Just moved to this area from Chicago and decided to order in tonight. The food was great despite the fact that they included items I had asked them to exclude (I just picked it off). However, I was unable to tip the driver for the delivery because they do not have a place for it on the receipt. The driver was friendly about it as I apologized for not having cash, but as someone who has worked in the service industry (and never carries cash), I won't be ordering from them again until I am able to tip their workers properly. The fact that this is an issue worries me because it shows a lack of concern from management for their employees. Please fix this Cassano's, because your food was great and prompt and I'd love to order from you again!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I would consider myself a very loyal customer of Jet's Pizza. My husband and I just moved here from KY in May this year. We lived in Lexington, KY and Jet's was our favorite place to eat in the entire city. When we moved to the Chicago area we were thrilled to try all the deep dish pizzas, but found that Jet's was still our favorite. Being in Chicagoland, I feel like that is a pretty heavy compliment. We order jet's regularly,and have never had any complaints about the quality of food we received. Heck, even the salads are fresh and tasty. However, we did notice a decline in customer service when we moved and the website directed us to order from the Darien, IL location. Most issues were so minor we never brought it up (like small missing items - such as extra jalapeno cheese sauce we ordered and paid for). However, recently we placed an order and I received a call from the manager saying that we were too far away to be delivered to. He mentioned that it was a mistake that we had been delivered to in the past, and that we were too far away. I explained that the website directed us to that location, we did not try to handpick which of the several locations near us delivered to us. He said the driver we had before was there and that we were father down the road we live on than he realized, and that they only deliver between 5-6 miles from their location. I told them to cancel my order. I was angry at first, but decided to calm myself before I decided whether or not to take action. Well, it's been nearly a week now and I am still very upset by it. As I said before, I feel I am a very loyal customer and I recommend Jets to all of my friends. I felt as though I was not being appreciated. Also, we really are not that far from this store, and in fact, we are 8 minutes or 4.5 miles away. If you take out the toll roads, we are only 5.1 miles away, within the 5-6 mile range he explained over the phone. In fact, locations farther away have delivered to us with no complaints, such as the store in Naperville. Perhaps the driver did not want to come to our location during rush hour, but we have never been rude to the drivers. In fact I feel we tip very well - my husband having been a delivery driver before, we are sympathetic to drivers and tend to over-tip, even. I really am just put-out by this entire situation, and even after a week, still become upset at the recollection of that conversation. Jet's will always be my favorite pizza, and I will continue to order, but in the future I will most likely avoid this location at all costs. UPDATE: Store owner called and was extremely friendly and helpful. Fixed the issue, which may or may not have been maps related, but I'm more inclined to think it was the driver. Anyway, I'm very happy with the way he handled the situation. Hopefully, no further issues occur.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago