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Weather-alert system OK’d, but delayed By MARLA K. KUHLMAN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Gahanna residents won’t be able to receive weather-warning alerts until at least late July, despite city council’s June 20 approval of CodeRED legislation through the Emergency Communications Network Inc. Council has an existing contract for CodeRED, but the system is used for boil alerts, bioterrorism warnings and other emergencies. The service currently

doesn’t include weather notifications. James Williams, the city’s director of emergency operations, had negotiated a three-year contract with ECN, with the first year at a discounted rate of $3,750 and successive years at $7,500. In May, Williams told council the city had been offered a half-off discount that would have started July 1 and continued until June 30, 2012, when the contract could be renewed. The offer expires June 30. Because council didn’t have the five

votes needed for the requested emergency passage, the effective date would be July 21 at the earliest for the weather notification to be added to the contract. Council members who voted for the legislation were David Samuel, Brian Larick, Shane Ewald and Tim Pack. John McAlister dissented, and Beryl Anderson and Nancy McGregor were absent. Had five members approved, the measure would have been enacted immediately. Still, the majority of a quorum ap-

proved, so the measure passed but won’t be enacted until after ECN’s offer deadline. Williams told ThisWeek he would seek an offer extension from ECN. Gahanna has used CodeRED for four years, but the current system involves the city manually putting out an alert that Gahanna records, said Brian Hoyt, public information manager. Williams said the weather notification system would be implemented on an opt-in basis, allowing residents the

option of receiving notification directly from the National Weather Service’s forecast office in Wilmington, near Cincinnati. He said residents would be able to register on the city’s website to be notified of warnings for tornados, severe thunderstorms and winter storms on their cell phones and residential home phones. Residents could select the warnings they want to receive and could receive warnSee COUNCIL, page A3

(From left) Middle School East students Savannah Cofer and Mackenzie Wilson, Columbus Academy student Varun Vallabhaneni, East student Wayne Stegner and coach Haruna Cofer will compete at National Championship Week in Orlando.

Trash idea takes Gahanna team to national contest By MARLA K. KUHLMAN Photos by Tim Norman/ThisWeek

Super Chikan (left) and Watermelon Slim perform for a packed audience during the 13th annual Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival on June 18. Watch a video from the event at www.ThisWeekNews.com.

Beat goes on at Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival By MARLA K. KUHLMAN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Despite sporadic rain over the weekend, the music kept playing at Gahanna’s 13th annual Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival. The event was “wonderful” with a popup rain shower on Friday night (June 17) and an occasional drizzle during the rest of the festival, said Karen Eylon, director of the Gahanna Convention & Visitors Bureau. “I was pleased with the number of people who came out with the weather that was less than stellar,” she said. “We were really lucky. All around us was severe weather. Even as close as New Albany, they were having weather different than ours. Other than a pop-up (rain shower) on Friday night, the rest of the time there was an occasional See FESTIVAL, page A2 The crowd listens to the Super Chikan and Watermelon Slim performance.

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The Mechanically Operated Litter Eliminator will take a team of four local students to Orlando this week for a national competition. The team, coached by parent Haruna Cofer, is one of eight finalists nationwide that advanced to the competition through the Christopher Columbus Awards. Team members are Gahanna East seventh-graders Savannah Cofer and Wayne Stegner, eighthgrader Mackenzie Wilson and Columbus Academy seventh-grader Varun Vallabhaneni. The Christopher Columbus Awards are part of a national program that encourages science, technology, engineering and math among middle school students. The program challenges students to work in teams of three or four, with an adult coach, to identify a problem in their community and apply a scientific method to create an innovative solution to that problem. “The twist is that it has to be an invention that helps the community in some way,” coach Cofer said. “The kids focused on the problem of the trash collection system that hasn’t changed a lot

in 40 to 50 years. They came up with a more fuel-efficient, cleaner, underground trash collection system.” The team invented a specialized box that would be shared by neighbors for trash, she said, and they wouldn’t have to wait for trash pick-up day. “An underground robot would pick it up and take it to a transfer station,” Cofer said. “The robot would go from neighborhoods to the transfer station. The way the children envision it, you’d have a magnetic charge card that only charges for the amount you throw away. That would encourage you to compost and recycle, and you only pay for what you throw away.” A separate bin would be available for recyclables. “This would be expensive,” Cofer said. “It’s a cool idea.” As part of their research, the team talked to Gahanna city engineer Karl Wetherholt and to representatives from the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio. “The idea is to encourage kids to go into science and engineering,” Cofer said. The team’s entry was one of 30 See CONTEST, page A3

No change recommended for city’s fence code By MARLA K. KUHLMAN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

After months of review, Gahanna’s planning commission recommended no changes be made to the city’s fence code. Gahanna City Council received the recommendation June 20. The commission has been examining possible revisions to a section of city code that prohibits privacy and/or chain link fences in side and front yards. The current code allows only open, non-enclosing fences of up to 42 inches in height in the side yard. Brock and Kelly Robertson erected a 72-inch-high fence and requested the fence code be reviewed.

Robertson hoped the commission would modify the fence code to allow privacy fences and allow homeowners the right to build a fence as they see fit. He said some residents have fences that are six feet high and lower, extending beyond the back corner of their homes. “I am irritated and very disappointed that the planning commission saw no need to change the current code,” Robertson said. “More importantly, I am even more disappointed by the fact the planning commission did not see an issue with the enforcement of the code.” The commission decided June 8 to recommend no changes after soliciting input from local police and fire leaders, as well as reviewing fence codes from other cen-

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tral Ohio communities. Commission member Jennifer Price said the fence issue has been thoroughly discussed and any change could be dangerous. Mifflin Township Assistant Fire Chief Fred Kauser provided a detailed report to the commission, noting that if a resident were to experience a fire, unobstructed access to all sides of the house provides the best opportunity for safe, fast and efficient firefighting and rescue operations. Regardless of height, he said, fences and other barriers impede access to any part of the structure and would lengthen the amount of time required to stretch hose lines, place ground ladders and other

firefighting equipment necessary to perform rescue and control during a fire at a residence. A 42-inch fence would accommodate the passing of equipment from firefighters located on both sides, provides fire managers the ability to observe operations and monitor firefighting activities, and is scalable by firefighters if they need to suddenly evacuate the yard. A 72-inch fence would not permit these activities, Kauser said. Regardless of the commission’s decision, Kauser asked the city to consider providing an educational pamphlet to homeowners who have applied for fence permits. He said the fire division would be willing to prepare the information.

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Gahanna Police Chief Dennis Murphy said a six-foot-high privacy fence shields a residence from both police and neighbor observation while obscuring burglars. “If homeowners have an expectation that all police officers can scale a six-oot privacy fence in case of an emergency, I would recommend they lower their expectations or lower their fence,” he wrote. Commission member David Thom said some time has been spent reviewing the fence code. “I think we did our job,” he said. “We reviewed comments from fire and police. We also reviewed codes of three or four other cities. I see no significant reason to change the code. A variance is available to residents.”

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FESTIVAL Continued from page A1 drizzle here and there. I don’t think it kept people away. Overall, I think it was a wonderful event and the people who came had a great time.” No attendance figures were available by press time, but Eylon said Saturday evening attracted the largest crowd. “In the short period of time I was at the south gate Saturday, there were people coming in from Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago,” she said. “It was amazing to me when I was walking from stage to stage on Saturday, they were all packed.” In addition to blues headliners Bill “Watermelon Slim” Homans and James “Super Chikan” Johnson on Saturday evening, Eylon said, local groups Capital Sound and the Urban Jazz Coalition attracted crowds. Columbus resident Gary Smith said he attended the festival to hear the Urban Jazz Coalition. “For $3, you can’t beat it,” he said. “This is my first time coming. I’ll absolutely come back. Next year, I’ll attend on Friday, too. “I listen to blues music quite often.” Gahanna resident Peter Combs is also a fan of jazz and blues. “It’s all good,” he said. “This has a community feel, as opposed to a festival downtown. This gives me a chance to get out of the house.” Christina Heller moved to Gahanna last August, so last weekend’s festival was her first. “It’s really nice,” she said. “I’m spending time with my 3-year-old daughter, Brooklyn. We’ll be

back next year.” Twenty-year Gahanna resident Linda Kramer attends the festival each year. “I like it,” she said. “It’s always a good time.” Blacklick residents Chris and Terri Manack attended the event for the first time on Saturday with their children. “We’re just music fans,” Chris Manack said. “I like anything with horns. This is very well-organized.” “I’m enjoying it myself,” Devine Tolbert of Columbus said. “I come for all of it. I like jazz and blues.” Attendees had the opportunity to hear about 90 hours of music on five different stages throughout the weekend. This year the festival offered an expanded Musical Discovery Zone that included a stage and free interactive activities for youth. “I think it worked out really well,” Eylon said. “It was a big success. Moving it to the VFW Memorial was a great decision. The offerings were educational, entertaining and there were engaging activities,” she said. “I think that was a great addition.” Performers at the Musical Discovery Zone on Saturday evening included Rising Stars Contest winner Pett Crow. The duo includes 11-year-old Brandon Pettiford of Gahanna and 14-year-old Lewis Center resident Wes Crow. The two won the 2011 contest after competing in a June 4 preliminary round against five groups. Pettiford and Crow decided to pair together after competing separately during last year’s Rising Stars Contest, Eylon said.

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Continued from page A1 Continued from page A1 ings 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. If the city were to discontinue the expanded contract, a 30day notice would be required for cancellation at the end of the first contract year. Council had requested several committee meetings to debate the necessity of the service prior to the June 20 approval of the CodeRED addendum with ECN. Pack said he has researched the proposal extensively and said the key to the program’s success is to inform residents about signing up. During a June 13 committee meeting, Pack said 500 residents in Tallmadge (near Akron) registered the first day CodeRED was offered there, and 1,700 registered in the first 30 days. He said it’s especially good for senior citizens, adding that his mother told him she would want it. McAlister said residents already enjoy layer upon layer of warning systems. “I don’t see where we need to spend money on another warning system,” he said. Samuel said the program would provide a good backup in case computer systems were to fail. If ECN approves the offer extension, residents would be notified about when they may opt in for the weather warnings, Williams said.

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Nearly 5,000 lunches are expected to be served to local youth over summer, thanks to the Gahanna Summer Lunch Club. Karen Brantley, lunch club director, said the program was started four years ago through a partnership of local churches, called The Bridge of Gahanna. Although the free-lunch program is targeted to families who are eligible for free or reduced-priced lunches within the Gahanna-Jefferson schools, it’s open to anyone. “We welcome everyone who comes through the door,” she said. The program began June 13 and will continue through Aug. 19. Goshen Lane Elementary School serves as the program’s takeout “grab and go” site, and Royal Manor and Lincoln elementaries are the “hot spots,” where youth could sit down to a hot meal. “We target a lunch site where there’s the strongest poverty in the community,” Brantley said. Lunch is available at Goshen from noon to 12:15 p.m. on weekdays and at Royal Manor and Lincoln from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Anyone, business or organization with questions about the program should call Brantley at (614) 476-9100 or email gahannasummerlunchclub@gmail.com. The program kicked off with about 125 meals being served June 13, but Brantley said that fig-

ure likely would increase to about 150 daily meals by this week. Last year, the program served 4,500 hot meals, with the sponsorship of several of the Gahannaarea churches, restaurants and businesses. “It’s exciting to be a part of a community that supports those in need,” Brantley said. “It’s truly something to celebrate in our community, in light of the financial strain on so many.” The 2011 sponsors of the lunch club program are All Saints Episcopal, First Baptist Church, LIFE Vineyard, Lighthouse Church, Mifflin Presbyterian, New Life Gahanna, Peace Lutheran, Shepherd Nazarene, St. Matthew Catholic, Stonybrook United Methodist and Walnut Creek Presbyterian. Lunch donations are from Bellacinos Pizza, Donatos Pizza, Gahanna Pizza Plus, Telhio and YMCA. Bronze sponsors are The Pine Box Agency and Upscale Resale. Silver sponsors are Computer Helper Publishing Inc., Creekside Chiropractic, Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation and Park National Bank. Gold sponsors are Bunch Dentistry, Connie and Richard Conover, Design Technologies, Kristal & Forche Orthodontics, North Central Counseling of Gahanna, Three Leaf Productions, Anderson Tax & Consulting and the Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools administration. Platinum sponsors are Detwiler-Bofford Insurance, McGraw-Hill employees, Reliant Capital Solutions, Tax Express & Financial Services, The Bridge of Gahanna and VBR Corp. Many local businesses also sponsored a May 21 golf benefit for the program.

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Events Moose event to benefit Bakenhaster Gahanna Moose Family Center 2463, at 335 W. Johnstown Road, will host a fundraising benefit for Lisa Bakenhaster on Saturday, June 25. Bakenhaster was diagnosed with terminal colon and liver

cancer prior to Christmas 2010. The benefit will help provide financial support for medical bills and necessary expenses for the family. The public is invited to enjoy food, entertainment and fun from 2 to 10 p.m. Sloppy joes, shredded chicken, hot dogs, brats and more will be available. Several

local businesses have donated prizes for raffles and auctions. Area bands and entertainers will perform, including Variety Pack, Acoustic Brew, Charlie Tatman and Looking South. Clowns KayKay and Bizzy will entertain the kids. For more information, visit www.GahannaMoose.org.

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ORIGINAL OWNERS * COURT LOCATION * FOUR LEVEL SPLIT IN GREAT CONDITION * FOUR BDRMS, 2-1/2 BATHS * FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE * UPDATES: ROOF ‘08,WINDOWS, CARPET ‘08, GARAGE DOOR ‘08, FURNACE ‘09, BASE. WATERPROOFED ‘10,AWNINGS & RAILING ‘08 * HARDWOOD FLOORS * PRIVATE YD * WALK TO ST. MATTHEWS & GA HIGH SCHOOL $162,500

ZONED COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL * PRESENTLY USED FOR SEVERAL DIFFERENT USES * HOME IS RENTED * BASEMENT (350’) LEASED * GATED AREA (10,500’) LEASED * ONE CAR GARAGE LEASED * SITUATED ON .46 ACRE * ACCESS RD IN FRONT & REAR * ALSO PARCEL 000996 * YOU CAN USE IT ALL OR USE AS AN INVESTMENT PROPERTY * $189,900

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WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME IN QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD * 4 BDRMS, 2-1/2 BATHS * UPDATES: KITCHEN, ROOF ‘06, SIDING ‘06, WINDOWS ‘06 * 150 AMP SERVICE ‘10 * FULL BASEMENT W/WORKSHOP * NEW DOORS & TRIM * OPEN FAMILY RM TO KITCHEN * GREAT YARD W/PERENNIAL GARDENS & PATIO * NEUTRAL DECOR * SCREENED PORCH * TWO CAR GARAGE * $179,900

MINT CONDITION * CUSTOM BUILT HOME BY WAYNE HOMES * 3 LG BDRMS * 2 FULL BATHS* GORGEOUS GREAT RM OPEN TO DINING RM * CORNER GAS LOG FIREPLACE W/STONE FRONT * FULLY APPLIANCES KIT * LOTS OF CABINETS & COUNTERS * PATIO * BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED * 2 CAR GAR * FULL BASEMENT * NEUTRAL DECOR * TASTEFULLY DECORATED. * $249,900

GAHANNA GREAT PRICE FOR THIS NEIGHBORHOOD!! IT NEEDS SOME UPDATING AND TLC BUT PRICED ACCORDINGLY. THREE BDRMS, 2 FULL BATHS, SMALL FENCED YD W/PATIO AREA. NEW ROOF, GUTTERS AND SOFFITS IN ‘06. PARTIAL BASEMENT. MOTIVATED SELLEr $129,900

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BEAUTIFUL HOME * 3 LARGE BDRMS, 2-1/2 BATHS * UPDATES:WINDOWS, ROOF & GUTTERS ‘08,TYVEK INSULATION ‘08,A/C & FURNACE ‘10, SUMP PUMP & H20 * HARDWOOD FLOORS * FINISHED LOWER LEVEL * DECK & FENCED YD * PROFESSIONALLY LANDSCAPED * TONS OF STORAGE * TWO CAR GARAGE * QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD * DON’T MISS THIS ONE!!! $191,900

ABSOLUTELY IN MINT CONDITION! THREE BDRMS, 2 FULL BATH. LIVING RM PLUS FAMILY RM W/ LOG BURNING FIREPLACE! LOADED W/ UPDATES:WINDOWS, ROOF, REBUILT CHIMNEY, KITCHEN, LIGHT FIXTURES, CARPET & FRESHLY PAINTED, FURNACE & C/A FENCED REAR YD W/ DECK BRICK & STUCCO MAINTENANCE FREE EXTERIOR. SQ FT INCLUDES FINISHED BASEMENT $172,500

GORGEOUS HOME ON LARGE CORNER LOT WITH MATURE LANDSCAPING! OPEN FOYER W/WOOD FLOORS. STEP DOWN TO FORMAL LIV & DIN RM. LARGE WINDOWS FOR LOTS OF LIGHT. KITCHEN OPEN TO GREAT RM, 4 BDRMS & LOFT. HUGE FINISHED BASEMENT W/FAM RM, REC RM & BATH.FENCED YD,STAMPED PATIO, SPRINKLER SYSTEM.TASTEFULLY DECORATED! MUST SEE! $369,900

ORIGINAL OWNERS FOR THIS GAHANNA RANCH!! MASTER SUITE ON ONE SIDE, 2 BDRMS ON OTHER! KITCHEN COMPLETE WITH BUTLERS PANTRY, QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS & ISLAND. LG LIV RM W/ CATHEDRAL CEILINGS. PARTIALLY FINISHED BASE. NEW ROOF, NEWER WINDOWS. SCREENED PORCH & PATIO.WELL MAINTAINED HOME! $192,500

BEST BUY IN THIS WONDERFUL SMALL GAHANNA CONDO COMMUNITY * TWO BDRMS, 2 FULL BATHS * OPEN FLOOR PLAN * GREAT ROOM * CATHEDRAL CEILINGS & PLANT LEDGES * GAS LOG FIREPLACE * EAT IN KITCHEN & DINING ROOM * FINISHED BASEMENT FOR ADD’L BDRM & OFFICE * FOUR SEASON ROOM * DECK * NEUTRAL DECOR * END UNIT * 2 CAR GARAGE * $239,900

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BEST LOCATION IN COMMUNITY! BACKS UP TO POOL & WORK OUT FACILITY. END UNIT - 3 ADD’L PARKING SPACES. 3 BDRMS -3 FULL BATHS. OPEN GREAT RM CONCEPT - VAULTED CEILING, FAUX WOOD WINDOW BLINDS, MOTHER-IN-LAW SUITE UPSTAIRS. SHOWS GREAT - NEUTRAL DECOR! GREAT PRICE! FHA APPROVED! SELLER WILL PAY $2,000 IN CLOSING COSTS. $144,700

NICE RANCH W/GORGEOUS KITCHEN! EAT IN AREA PLUS DINING RM WHICH COULD SERVE AS FAMILY RM W/BEAUTIFUL FIREPLACE. 3 BDRM, 2 FULL BATH - HUGE BASEMENT; PARTIALLY FINISHED! 85X177 FENCED REAR YD - NICE PATIO AREA, MATURE TREES! NEW ROOF - CONVENIENT LOCATION! $189,900

SUPERIOR CUSTOM BUILT HOME WOODED LOT FULL FINISHED WALKOUT LOWER LEVEL COMPLETE WITH 3RD FULL BATH,WETBAR, BUILT-INS,WALKOUT PATIO SOARING CEILING IN FAMILY ROOM WITH BALLISTERS LOOKING INTO SECOND FLOOR-SURROUND SOUND FRESH PAINT/NEW CARPET LARGE DECK OVERLOOKS WOODED PRIVATE LOT! PERFECT & READY FOR YOU TO MOVE IN! $329,800

MOVE-IN READY! ENTERTAIN BY THE BAR IN THE FINISHED LOWER LEVEL AND ENJOY THE OPEN FLOOR PLAN OF THIS METICULOUSLY CARED FOR HOME. MINUTES WALKING FROM PARK,AND FULL OF UPDATES INCLUDING HARDWOOD FLOORING, CARPETING, WINDOWS, SIDING,AND MORE. MAKE AN OFFER WHILE IT LASTS $154,900

NEW WOOD FOYER, FRESH PAINT, SOARING CEILINGS, LARGE KITCHEN,GRANITE COUNTERTOPS AND CENTER ISLE/BREAKFAST BAR AND EATING AREA. LR, DR, HUGE GREAT ROOM AND GAS LOG FP! 3 BR WITH HUGE LOFT THAT COULD EASILY BE 4TH BR! ASK AND YOU WILL RECEIVE! WOODED LOT, EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPING W/IRRIGATION!HOUSE-WIDE INTERCOM SYSTEM! $337,800

GAHANNA BETTER THAN NEW * SHOWS LIKE A MODEL * MANY UPDATED FEATURES * MINI BLINDS ON ALL WINDOWS * ADDED SHELVING * ATTIC STORAGE W/PULLDOWN STAIRS * RAISED CONCRETE AREA FOR ADD’L STORAGE * PRIVATE SETTING AT BACK OF COMPLEX * 3 SEASON ROOM * BUILT BY MURPHY * GAHANNA SCHOOLS * ENCLOSED PORCH AREA $159,900

GAHANNA ORIGINAL CLOTTS FARM HOME!! * SO MUCH CHARM AND CHARACTER * 4 BDRMS (ONE HAS A LOFT AREA * DOUBLE LOT (2.870 ACRES) * GORGEOUS HARDWOOD FLOORS * NEW WIRING & 220 ELECTRIC * ADDED INSULATION * 3 SEASON ROOM * COUNTRY KITCHEN * DINING RM * DEN * DETACHED GARAGE * WOODBURNING STOVE * UNIQUE HOME & LOCATION!! $299,900

NEW ALBANY TWO BEDROOM, 2 FULL BATHS * TWO MASTER SUITES * BUILT BY EPCON * PREMIUM LOT -BACKING TO WOODS * OPEN FLOOR PLAN * ADD’L KITCHEN CABINETS & COUNTER * CEILING FANS * PLANT LEDGES * CALIFORNIA CLOSETS * UPGRADED CARPET * WOODEN BLINDS * NEUTRAL DECOR * 4 SEASON ROOM * GAS LOG FIREPLACE * 2 CAR GARAGE * SHOWS GREAT!! $199,900

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COLUMBUS

THE BEST OF THE BEST! HOME FRONTS TO THE PARK! LARGE CORNER LOT CLOSE TO THE POOL. LARGE PATIO, 2 CAR GARAGE.WASHER & DRYER REMAIN. HMS WARRANTY IN PLACE. LARGE COUNTRY KITCHEN,THREE BDRMS, 2 FULL BATHS. HOME SHOWS GREAT! WELCOMING FRONT PORCH,W/TREE LINED STREET. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION $114,900

SOLID WELL MAINTAINED HOME. MANY IMPROVEMENTS MADE OVER THE YEARS (OWNERS LIVED THERE OVER 50 YRS). HARDWOOD FLOORS (MANY PROTECTED BY CARPET). FURNACE & A/C -06. NEWER DRIVEWAY. PARTIALLY FINISHED BASEMENT.WASHER & DRYER REMAIN. 3 ADDITIONAL LOTS INCLUDED. CLOSE TO OHIO DOMINICAN COLLEGE. CHARMING HOME! $164,900

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Engagement

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Whatley, Klamfoth plans announced Jim and Kathi Klamfoth of Pataskala announce the engagement of his daughter, Nichole Klamfoth, to Paul Whatley. The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Gahanna Lincoln High School and a 2006 graduate of the University of Tennessee. She is a financial advisor with a regional firm. The future groom is the son of Joe and Gay Grubbs of Griffin, Ga. He is a 1999 graduate of Griffin High School, a 2004 graduate of the University of West Georgia and a 2008 graduate of the Grad-

June 23, 2011

CAREER & TECHNOLOGY E D U C AT I O N C E N T E R S Licensed Massage Therapy Program

Now Enrolling in Adult Education Courses

August 1, 2011 - October 25, 2012 Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. (780 hours)

Learn the art of massage therapy through both classroom and hands on clinical training. Successful students will be prepared to sit for their Massage Therapy Licensing exam. Tuition, fees and books $7538.00 Paul Whatley and Nicole Klamfoth

uate School at North Carolina State The wedding will be held on University. He is the coordinator Nov. 19 in Gahanna. of fraternity and sorority life at The couple will continue to reJames Madison University. side in Harrisonburg, Va.

Benefit Kayakers, spectators have fun, raise funds Kayak enthusiasts can have some fun, engage in competitions, and help support the Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s Operation Feed, with “Kayaktastic,” set for Saturday, July 23, at Leatherlips Yacht Club. The event will include a triangle race with an

obstacle course, followed by a sprint race. Kickoff is at 10 a.m. Registration for kayakers is $20 each and will begin at 9 a.m. Participants will receive goodie bags and free food. Proceeds will benefit Operation Feed. More information is available from Bruce Cameron at 614-437-9859.

Registered Medical Assistant Program September 12, 2011 - August 2012 Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (900 hours)

Learn how to be a proficient team member in an ambulatory care setting through classroom and hands on clinical experience. You will learn in depth Anatomy, Physiology, Phlebotomy, ECG, many patient procedures as well as administrative office duties. Successful students will be prepared to sit for their registered medical assistant exam through the AMT. Tuition, fees and books $8764.00

740-364-2261 For financial aide call 740-364-2359 For program information call

C-TEC is an equal opportunity education institution

Signatures DeliCafe is your headquarters for outdoor fun. The back patio has been updated and new picnic tables added for your seating pleasure. Come see all the updates!

We have a 16 different drafts now including different IPA’s handles that change monthly. Come see why Signatures is still THE place to be. Don’t forget our daily drink specials and great happy hour prices. See you Soon!!!

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SUMMER DEALS ARE AS

FREE

HOT AS THE WEATHER $0 DUE

During Sign & Drive! Did you take my advice and go to Bob Caldwell?

I sure did,Bob!

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So with my brand-new Chrysler 200 and your brand-new Chrysler Town and Country, we can start our own new car lot in our neighborhood - LOL!

I ended up leasing a brand-new Chrysler Town & Country for only $369/mo +tax!

Sat June 25th 11am-2pm

at signing!

WOW!

Susie,

Hot Dogs, Popcorn & Balloons for the kids

I KNOW! You’re not going to believe this, but our other neighbor, Mr. Jones, is going to Bob Caldwell later today!

Featured Vehicle Featured Vehicle

2011 Jeep Wrangler Sport 1  '2   !"3 4 1 5

$299/mo 6"0

w/ $0 Due at Signing! '2 % ) "

2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring

2011 Chrysler 200 Touring

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax.

Imported from Detroit. Absolutely loaded including 8-way power drivers seat, Sirius satellite radio, 17� alloy wheels, bluetooth and a 30 GB hard drive w/ 6,700 song capacity and 6/5� touch screen display! Stk #211338

$0 DUE

at signing!

Totally Loaded! Rear DVD System. Also includes Stow-n-Go seating, Sirius Satellite Radio, Supplemental Side Curtain airbags in all rows, power sliding doors and lift gate! Stk #211143

MSRP - $22,360 Bob Caldwell Discounts and Rebates - (-$4,351)

Lease Price: $17,999** Lease For: $259/mo** Buy For: $319/mo*

31 HWY MPG

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax. Lease price includes $3,250 lease bonus cash.

$0 DUE

at signing!

MSRP - $31, $31,195 Bob Caldwel Caldwell Discounts and Rebates - (-$4,307)

Lease Price: $26,888** Lease For: $369/mo** Buy For: $439/mo*

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax. Lease price includes $3,000 lease bonus cash

2011 Dodge Avenger Aveng Mainstreet

2011 Dodge Caliber Heat Loaded! Automatic transmission, 18� wheels, fog lights, all power, keyless remote entry and GREAT on gas and Sport Suspension! Stk #211371

All power, Keyless remote, 17� wheels, supplemental side-curtain front and rear airbags. Stk#211130

$0 DUE

at signing!

MSRP - $21,995 Bob Caldwell Discounts and Rebates - (-$2,500)

Sale Price: $19,445 Buy For: $299/mo*

25 HWY MPG

31 HWY MPG

$0 DUE

at signing!

MSRP - $20,335 Bob Caldwell Discounts and Rebates - (-$3,000) 27 HWY MPG

Sale Price: $17,335 Buy For: $299/mo*

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax.

*All leases based on 39 months, $0 due at signing, plus tax. First payment and lease aquisition fee included. Leases based on 10,000 miles per year, except Chrysler 200 based on 12,000 miles per year. All leases with approved credit. All retail purchases based on 72 mos at 2.99% APR, with approved credit. All discounts may include rebates. All rebates to dealer. All lease payments include Conquest lease bonus cash. See dealer for details. Offers absolutely expires 6/30/11

Great! I just told him about their huge sale and told him to leave his wallet at home :-)

Cool! That’s the same advice you gave me, Bob--That’s why I left my purse at home! Do you know what he is looking for?

He told me they better “sharpen their pencils,� because he wants a brand-new Chrysler 300 or Dodge Charger!

Well...they were so easy to deal with that I’m sure he will get the deal he wants. Can’t wait to see his new car!

TO BE CONTINUED....

Bring in any competitors ad and we will beat it!

Bob Caldwell

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CHARMING CAPE COD!

VILLAS AT BROADMERE

June 23, 2011

LAKES AT HARRISON POND

Better-than-New Ranch Condo Cathedral Ceilings throughout! Sunny Florida Room Gas Log Fireplace 2-Car Attached Garage Clubhouse with Pool, Exercise Room, and More! • Low Condo Fees! • Close to Mt. Carmel East • Best Location in Neighborhood SH125 $134,900

• Lovely End Unit Condo! • Great Room features Cathedral Ceiling, Fireplace, and access to Screened Porch • Spacious Kitchen with Ceramic Tile Floor and Breakfast Bar • First Floor Owner’s Suite with Sitting Area • Owner’s Bath with Jetted Tub with Ceramic Tile • Spacious 2nd Floor Loft/Den with Skylight • Finished Lower Level with Full Bath • Awesome Screened Porch leads to Large Deck SE1462 $189,900

HENSEL WOODS

THE WILLOWS AT PRESERVE

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• Awesome Updates! • Kitchen with Granite & Stainless Steel Appliances • Family Room with Wood-burning Fireplace with Gas Logs • Owner’s Bath with Jacuzzi and Large Walk-in Closet • Large, High Quality Deck overlooks Spacious Yard with Mature Trees • Close to Easton and Stone Ridge! VE1257 $274,900

• Nestled in Serene New Albany Preserve • Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, Breakfast Bar, Spacious Pantry and Access to First Floor Laundry Room • White doors, Woodwork, and 2” Blinds Throughout • Spacious Owner’s Suite with Vaulted Ceiling and Owner’s Bath • Park and Bike Paths Near to Community • Conveniently located close to Easton, Downtown, and Airport SW4058 $139,900

HAMPTONS AT NEW ALBANY

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Condo with 3 Finished Levels! Spacious Rooms! Kitchen with Breakfast Bar and Walk-in Pantry Owner’s Suite with Walk-in Closet 2nd Bedroom Suite with Private Bath and Walk-in Closet • Private Balcony and 2 Car Garage • Close to Community Pool and Clubhouse BI7176 $129,900

• Updates Galore! • Living Room with Volume Ceiling and Lots of Windows • Kitchen with Pantry and Sliding Door to Patio • Spacious Owner’s Suite with Walk-in Closet and Extra Closet • Professionally Finished Lower Level with Gas Fireplace • Close to The Goat, Easton, and Freeways! DO7095 $139,900

• Nicely updated in tranquil location in wellmaintained Community • Kitchen with Corian Countertops, Newer Appliances, & Breakfast Bar Open to Great Room with Gas Log Fireplace • Spacious Owner’s Suite with Sliding Door to Balcony and Private Bath with Soaking Tub • 4 Season Sunroom overlooks Private Yard/Garden • Close to Easton SE1430 $191,900

• On 3.37 Acres! • Well-Maintained Country Home • Updated Kitchen featuring Hickory Cabinets • Stainless Steel Appliances • Great Room with Wood-Burning Fireplace • Wrap-around Porch • 24x24 Garage and 20x30 Barn • Convenient to Gahanna and New Albany RE1825 $224,900

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• Condo with lots of Updates including Pergo Floors! • Close to Freeways, Parks, Shopping, and Mount Carmel East • Open Floor Plan! • Great Room with Corner Gas Fireplace and Glass Sliding Door to Large Deck • Finished Lower Level great for Office or additional Living Space • Attached Oversized, 2 Car Garage! HA189 $67,400

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Legion Baseball

Post 797A players young but seasoned By BRAD EMERINE ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Gahanna American Legion Post 797A baseball team is young this season, but first-year coach Mike Cararo said the core group plays beyond its age. “We decided to keep them down on the (797B team) last season rather than split them up because they’ve played together since coach-pitch and all the way through travel ball together,” Cararo said. “There are 24

juniors-to-be who will be trying to play varsity at Gahanna Lincoln next season, including 13 of the 15 players on this team. “But they have always played up an age group. Last summer they were sophomores and freshmen competing against mostly juniors and they won the (District 12 Junior Division) championship and were state runners-up.” The 797B team finished 19-10 last season and the 797A team finished 15-14. The core group is led by pitcher

Alec Tuohy, catcher Dakota Cararo and center fielder Trent Champlin, each of whom played varsity this spring. Cararo, who is the coach’s son, was a starter and Tuohy was the team’s No. 3 pitcher who moved up to No. 2 by the postseason. Tuohy threw a threehitter in a 5-1 win over Dublin Coffman in a Division I district final, as the Lions captured their third district championship in the past four seasons before losing to Westerville Central 7-4 in a regional semifinal.

Tuohy is expected to be the top pitcher for 797A, which was 12-2 entering the week. He will play shortstop when not on the mound. Champlin and Matt Shapaka are the team’s other top starting pitchers, along with the team’s lone sophomore in Martin White, who is a left-hander. “Tuohy has been clocked consistently in the mid- to upper-80s,” coach Cararo said. “Champlin and Shapaka throw in the low 80s and White is a junk-ball pitcher. “We have a strong catcher who has

thrown out six of nine runners attempting to steal bases already and our defense has been pretty solid. Our outfielders have speed and have done very well tracking balls down in the gaps.” The team’s lone senior is Austin Dubois, who pitches and plays center field. Others who could see time on the mound include Luke Liston, Collin Price and Peyton Ross. See POST 797A, page B4

Cap City Senior Bowl

East all-stars hold on for win over West By SCOTT GERFEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

By Andrea Kjerrumgaard/ThisWeek

Gahanna Lincoln graduate Kameryn Carter (right) of the East tangles with the West’s Blake Joe of Olentangy Orange during the Cap City Senior Bowl on June 18 at Westerville Central.

To watch Grove City High School graduate Luke Smurthwaite scramble and make a play seemingly out of nothing, it looked like more was on the line than the outcome of an allstar football game. One of central Ohio’s top quarterbacks, Smurthwaite made sure his team didn’t lose without putting up a fight in the Cap City Senior Bowl on June 18 at Westerville Central. The Kent State recruit completed three of five passes for 36 yards during the West allstars’ final drive, which ended at midfield with a fumble as time expired. A strong defensive effort led by Independence lineman Tim Dysart (Morehead State) helped the East all-stars win 14-7. “It was really great to just be playing football again and getting the rust out of my system before I head off to college,” said Smurthwaite, who was named the West’s Offensive Player of the Game. “I’ve grown up scrambling around like that and I guess that’s why I’ve gotten good at it.” Smurthwaite, who passed for more than 2,300 yards last fall and played in the Ohio NorthSouth All-Star Classic in April, didn’t have big numbers, but his abilities gave the West a chance to come back. It was no surprise to West coach Derek Katris, who coached Smurthwaite on junior varsity at Grove City. “Luke’s going to give you everything he’s got,” said Katris,

who is now the head coach at Briggs. “He’s going to play with all the heart he has. We had a lot of penalties and missed assignments, but what are you going to do when you only have (the players) for a week?” Marion-Franklin’s Jeremy McCoy, who also will play at Kent State, slipped past defenders and caught a 70-yard touchdown pass from Beechcroft quarterback Sheldon Akin (Mesabi Range Community & Technical College) with 1 minute, 36 seconds left in the first half to give the East a 14-0 lead. The East also scored on its opening drive. Westerville South’s Jayshon Jackson (Grand Rapids Community College), the district’s Division I Offensive Player of the Year, capped the drive with a 2-yard touchdown run. “We really executed our offense in the first half, but I think we got a little bit too conservative in the second half,” said East coach Jeff Pharion, who is the head coach at St. Charles. “We kept it simple with schemes and blitzes defensively, and we executed very well.” The West only crossed midfield twice in the first half. Whetstone running back Jordan Mitchell (Urbana) made it 14-7 when he reversed field and scored on an 18-yard run with 11:35 left in the fourth quarter. The Cap City game began as the City League All-Star game in 2008, but Anthony Murphy, one of the organizers in conjunction with Capcitypreps.com, wanted to get players throughSee CAP CITY, page B4

Club Soccer

Local teams preparing for Midwest Regional By AARON BLANKENSHIP ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A central Ohio club soccer team has won a Midwest Regional Cup title each of the past two summers after local squads failed to do so the previous six years. The Blast F.C. Under-15 boys team won a Regional Cup in 2009, and the Crew Juniors U-19 boys squad won regional and national championships last year. Heading into the 2011 Regional Cup tournament, which will be held Saturday through Wednesday, June 25-29, in Fox Cities, Wis., Crew Juniors U-19 boys coach Brian Bliss said he wouldn’t be surprised if a central Ohio squad won a regional championship for the third consecutive season. However, Bliss said it will be difficult for the five local boys teams and four local girls squads to win their age brackets regardless of their talent level. “Sometimes it’s more difficult to win the Regional Cup than the national tournament because you have to play five games in five days in the regional tournament and there’s very little room for error,” Bliss said. “A lot of people have forgotten, but we were three minutes away from being eliminated from pool play in the re-

Team previews, pgs. B2-B3 gional tournament last year before we rallied (for a 3-1 win over Everest Soccer Club) to reach the semifinals. A lot of teams have the talent and potential to win this tournament, but you need to make plays at the right time to get it done.” More than 270 preliminary games will be played as boys and girls U.S. Youth Soccer State Cup champions, select wildcards and Midwest Regional League qualifiers in the U-13 through U-19 age groups compete. All of the age groups have been divided into three- or four-team brackets, and every team will play a game within its bracket June 25, 26 and 27. The bracket winners will move on to semifinals June 28, with regional finals played June 29. Regional champions in the U-14 through U-19 age groups will advance to the U.S. Youth Soccer Association National Championships on July 27-31 in Phoenix. Ohio Premier Eagles club director Chris King said teams need to do more than play well to win a Regional Cup. They also need some By Chris Parker/ThisWeek luck. “You have to play well and find a Goalkeeper J.P. Baughman warms up with coach Mike Lentz during a Classics Eagles U-13 practice on June 17. The Eagles are one of nine area boys and girls teams gearing up for the Midwest Regional Cup, which will be held Saturday

See OVERVIEW, page B4 through Wednesday, June 25-29, in Fox Cities, Wis.

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2011 Midwest Regional Cup

Team Ohio F.C.

Green U-17 boys eye Midwest title By AARON BLANKENSHIP ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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The Team Ohio F.C. Green Under-17 boys soccer team surprised many, including coach Steve Dawson, by winning the State Cup tournament for the first time in four years. After beating the CUP Crew Juniors 3-2 in a semifinal on May 14, Team Ohio defeated the Blast F.C. 1-0 in the final on May 15 as forward Sam Darling scored and A.J. Tresoline earned the shutout in goal. The CUP Crew Juniors were the No. 1 seed in the tournament and the Blast F.C. won a Regional Cup title and finished fifth in the national tournament two years ago. Given its State Cup performance, Dawson said he wouldn’t be surprised if his team continued to earn upsets in the 2011 Midwest Regional Cup tournament, which will be held Saturday through Wednesday, June 25-29, in Fox Cities, Wis. “This team doesn’t have a lot of players who are big stars and I thought we’d be doing well to get to the semifinals in the State Cup,” Dawson said. “But we shocked CUP, which was stronger than us talent-wise, player for player, and we upset the Blast in the final against all odds, and our players have a lot of confidence right now. This team has come on like gangbusters at the right time and is on a roll. If we continue playing like this in the regional tournament, I think we can keep winning there.” This will be Team Ohio’s first Regional Cup appearance since going 1-1-1 in pool play as a U13 team in 2007. Team Ohio will open pool play June 25 against ShattuckSt. Mary’s from Minnesota before playing June 26 against Elm Grove (Wis.) Premier and June 27 against the Grand Rapids (Mich.) Crew Juniors. The Grand Rapids Crew Juniors are first in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings ahead of Elm Grove Premier (10th) and Team Ohio (26th). “We feel like we have a great chance to do well, even though we may be the lowest-ranked team going there,” defender A.G. Basiakos said. “We’re not the most talented team, but we can win games if we play tough defensively and continue to outwork our opponents.” Dawson said Basiakos and Tresoline will need to lead his defense, while Darling is expected to spark his offense. Darling also scored two goals in Team Ohio’s State Cup semifinal win. “A.G. is our captain and strongest player in the back, and A.J. has been playing great in

TEAM OHIO F.C. GREEN U-17 BOYS Name, Position, School A.G. Basiakos, D, Hilliard Bradley Jerron Bennington, M, Springfield Greenon Nolan Burkholder, D, Lima Central Catholic Sam Darling, F, Hilliard Bradley Joseph Davison, D, Dublin Jerome Matthew Dicesare, M, DeSales Raymond Gans, M, Dublin Coffman Tanner Halm, M, Dublin Coffman Ryan Magee, F, Lima Shawnee Chris Martin, M, Hilliard Davidson Patrick Norris, F, Worthington Kilbourne Trevin Pitroff, M, Watterson Jon Trapp, D, Dayton Carroll A.J. Tresoline, G, DeSales TEAM OHIO F.C. JUVENTUS U-16 BOYS Name, Position, School Dan Allen, D, Dublin Jerome Jake Anderson, M, Olentangy Orange Alec Binger, M, Olentangy Orange Gunnar Bloecher, M, Olentangy Orange Joel Davis, F, Westerville South Ben Fitzpatrick, F, Hilliard Bradley Justin Garcia, D, Dublin Coffman Miklos Huber, M, Upper Arlington Tyler Kidwell, D, Dublin Jerome Tyler Malone, G, Hilliard Darby Andrew McKelvey, M, Watterson Kyle Moser, F, Dublin Jerome Alex Polko, D, St. Charles Trent Rantala, G, Dublin Coffman Mitch Wiseman, M, St. Charles Rylee Woods, F, Jamestown Greeneview TEAM OHIO F.C. BLAST U-18 BOYS Name, Position, School Nick Anderson, D, Olentangy Orange Colin Beemiller, G, Pickerington North Colton Bloecher, M, Olentangy Orange Joe Carter, M, Johnstown Joel Craig, M, Big Walnut Jarvis D’Souza, M, Olentangy Liberty A.J. Fleak, G, Big Walnut Walter Ford, D, Olentangy Orange Trevor Gates, D, Gahanna Angelo Pagani, D, DeSales Drew Pang, F, Dublin Coffman Max Rohda, D, Watterson Matt Stephens, M, Dublin Jerome Jesus Villarroel, F, Olentangy Orange

felt could compete at the top level, and this team has lost only one game since December,” Dawson said. “It’s a strange team because we’ve had a lot of injuries and our practices haven’t been fantastic, but it keeps winning games.” In pool play, Team Ohio Blast will face CUP Crew Juniors from Cincinnati on June 25, the Michigan Wolves on June 26 and the KCFC Rangers from Kansas on June 27. In the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, the KCFC Rangers are eighth, the Michigan Wolves are 15th and the CUP Crew Juniors are 35th. “We got an OK draw, but all of our pool play games are going to be tough,” Dawson said. “We’re a streaky team in that sometimes we score a lot and other times we win games 1-0. This team has some of the best high school players in the area and we haven’t been dominated by anyone, so I think we’ll be competitive in every game in this tournament.” •The Team Ohio F.C. Juventus U-16 boys team, which lost to the CUP Crew Juniors 3-1 in a State Cup final on May 15, received a wildcard to advance to the Regional Cup tournament for the third consecutive year. Team Ohio went 2-0-1 and won its pool in the Regional Cup two years ago, before losing to St. Louis SG Academy 2-0 in a semifinal. Last year in the Regional Cup, Team Ohio went 1-2 in pool play. “This team has been disjointed up to this point in the season, but we have a lot of talented players such as Tyler Kidwell, Rylee Woods, Alex Polko, Gunnar Bloecher and Alec Binger,” Dawson said. “This team underachieved this year, but we can win at regional if we play together like we have in the past. This is a chance to rectify not playing up to potential in the State Cup.” In pool play, Team Ohio will face the Lemont (Ill.) Raiders on June 25, WAZA West Black from Michigan on June 26 and KCFC United from Kansas on June 27. In the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, Team Ohio is fifth behind the Lemont Raiders (No. 1) and ahead of WAZA West Black (14th) and KCFC United (21st). “Our experience (in past Regional Cup tournaments) should help because playing at a higher level gets you prepared for this kind of game speed,” goalkeeper Trent Rantala said. “The key for us is to keep possession and link passes to get an attack going.”

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Coach Chris King talks with his Ohio Premier Eagles U-18 squad during practice on June 17.

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As the Ohio Premier Eagles Under-18 girls soccer team conducted drills in its indoor facility June 17, coach Chris King halted practice three times to emphasize the importance of taking away passing lanes in the center of the field. Moments later, King was shouting words of praise and encouragement as his players clogged those seams and deflected the ball to the perimeter again and again. At the conclusion of practice, King said his team will need to continue playing defense with that same level of enthusiasm to be a true contender in the Midwest Regional Cup tournament, which will be held Saturday through Wednesday, June 25-29, in Fox Cities, Wis. “This is stuff that we’ve gone through hundreds of times at this stage of their careers, but doing the basic things right in a tournagoal,” Dawson said. “Sam’s one ment like this is what makes the of the fastest players in the state. difference,” King said. “All of the Overall, this is one of the least teams that we’ll see there will be highly skilled, but the teams that heralded teams on paper. But defend well and pay attention to you never know what can hapsmall details are the ones that will pen because we aren’t supposed be successful.” to be going there in the first The Ohio Premier Eagles lost place.” to Ohio Elite 3-2 in a State Cup •Players from past Team Ohio final on May 15, but qualified for F.C. and Blast F.C. boys teams the Regional Cup on a wildcard have merged this season to beas a representative of the Midwest come the Team Ohio F.C. Blast Regional League. U-18 boys team. Last year, the Ohio Premier EaMost of Team Ohio Blast’s gles also qualified for the Regional players have competed in the Cup as a wildcard and went 3-0 Regional Cup. The players from in pool play to advance to a rethe Blast participated in the event gional semifinal, where they deat the U-13, U-14 and U-15 levfeated Mockingbird Premier from els, and the players from Team Kentucky 3-0. The Ohio Premier Ohio F.C. won the State Cup as Eagles then lost to the Michigan both a U-13 and U-16 team. Hawks 2-1 in double overtime in The Team Ohio Blast trailed the final. the Metro F.C. Rapids 1-0 with Before the Ohio Premier and 20 minutes remaining in its State Eagles S.C. clubs merged, Ohio Cup final on May 15, before Premier qualified for the RegionColton Bloecher, Walter Ford al Cup as a U-14 squad and the and Max Rohda scored to rally Eagles S.C. advanced to the Rethe team to victory. gional Cup as a U-15 team. “We combined players from ablankenship@thisweeknews.com “Last year, a lot of us were stuck on being friends with only our old both clubs into one team that we www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

OHIO PREMIER EAGLES U-18 GIRLS Name, Position, School Macy Cobb, D, Central Crossing Meredith DeLong, M, Bexley Michelle DeVilbiss, D, Olentangy Liberty Olivia Evans, D, Dublin Coffman Aubrey Fisher, M, Olentangy Liberty Ashley Gruenbaum, D, Fairbanks Maura Hulme, D, DeSales Gena Inbusch, F, Upper Arlington Bridget Lynch, M, Watterson Ashley Miltko, F, Westerville North Michela Paradiso, F, Upper Arlington Jesse Sabers, F, Dublin Jerome Kenzie Schlemitz, M, Dublin Coffman Megan Scoliere, M, Dublin Scioto Jade Seabrook, M, St. Paris Graham Abbey Smith, G, Olentangy Chelsy Swackhamer, F, Tipp City Bethel Sara Vaughan, M, Upper Arlington

teammates, but now we’re all good friends and everyone is clicking together,” forward Michela Paradiso said. “We know what it feels like to be so close to winning regional, so we’ve been motivated to put in the extra time in practice to try to make ourselves good enough to win it this year.” The Ohio Premier Eagles will open pool play on June 25 against KCFC Intensity from Kansas before playing Eden Prairie from Minnesota on June 26 and DASC Black from South Dakota on June 27. KCFC Intensity is first in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, ahead of Ohio Premier (sixth) and Eden Prairie (12th). “Those first two games are going to be really tough,” midfielder Megan Scoliere said. “Both of those teams are really talented, so we’re going to need to work harder than them to beat them. That’s why we’re pushing ourselves so hard every day in practice.” •The Ohio Premier Eagles U16 girls team will compete in the Regional Cup for the third consecutive year after winning its fourth State Cup title. The Ohio Premier Eagles beat the Blast F.C. 1-0 in a State Cup final on May 15. Lindsay Agnew scored the only goal off an assist

Paige Weber, F, Hilliard Davidson Morgan Wilcoxon, F, Bellefontaine OHIO PREMIER EAGLES U-16 GIRLS Name, Position, School Lindsay Agnew, D, Dublin Jerome Emily Byorth, F, Watterson Gabby Byorth, D, Watterson Makenzie Costner, D, Dublin Jerome Emily Geyer, M, Watterson Nicole Hopkins, D, Centerville Anna Rosa James-Buhigas, G, Scioto Elise Jones, M, Dublin Scioto Haley Lehmkuhl, D, Dublin Coffman Brooke Maletic, F, Springfield Catholic Central Katie Mazurek, D, Dublin Jerome Alexis Milesky, F, Jonathan Alder Kaitlin Miller, M, Dublin Jerome Hannah O'Shaughnessy, F, Liberty Chiara Paradiso, M, Upper Arlington Bailey Wilson, M, Dublin Coffman

by Kaitlin Miller. Last year, the Ohio Premier Eagles went 2-1 in pool play in the Regional Cup. In 2009, Ohio Premier advanced to a Regional Cup final but lost to the Eclipse Select from Illinois 10 on penalty kicks. “This is a great team that is full of players who are highly sought after by college coaches,” King said. “Gabby Byorth has made the U-17 national team camp, and we have a lot of players who have done well at the regional level.” In pool play, the Ohio Premier Eagles will face the Kansas City (Kan.) Fusion on June 25, the Michigan Football Club on June 26 and the Illinois State Cup champion on June 27. The Ohio Premier Eagles are third in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, ahead of the Michigan Football Club (sixth). “We’re as talented as any team in the country, but the girls need to bring a physical aspect to their game in this tournament or the other teams will try to bully them around,” King said. “We need to find that balance between playing a high-level quality of soccer and also standing up to the teams that are physical. If we do that and stay healthy, this team could go a See EAGLES, page B3

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U-19 boys team features more offense By AARON BLANKENSHIP

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CREW JUNIORS U-19 BOYS Name, Position, Hometown Kofi Agyapong, M, North Salem, N.Y. A.J. Corrado, M, Zionsville, Ind. Kyle Culbertson, M, Delaware Andrew Farrell, M, Louisville, Ky. Ross Friedman, D, Bexley Sage Gardner, D, Columbus Matt Griesinger, D, Strongsville Nick Hagglund, D, Cincinnati Chris Hegngi, F, Silver Spring, Md. Nakita Kotlov, M, Indianapolis Dylan Mares, F, Zionsville, Ind. Andrian McAdams, G, Oberlin Alex Obbey, M, Louisville, Ky. Eric Osswald, G, Powell Tyler Ranalli, F, Powell Omar Vellejo, F, Reynosa, Mexico James Vollmer, D, Westfield, Ind. Matt Walker, M, Batavia Will Walker, M, Batavia Eriq Zavaleta, D, Westfield, Ind.

The Crew Juniors Under-19 boys soccer team played stifling defense en route to winning the Midwest Regional Cup and the U.S. Youth Soccer Association National Championships last year. The squad posted two shutouts and gave up five goals in five games in the regional tournament. In the national tournament, the Crew Juniors earned two shutouts and gave up three goals in four contests. The team now features a roster that coach Brian Bliss said likely will utilize a more offensive style of play in the 2011 Midwest Regional Cup, which will be held Saturday through Wednesday, June 25-29, in Fox Cities, Wis. “Last year’s team was probably a bet-

ter-defending group, but we’re stronger on the attack this year,” Bliss said. “That’s not to say that we’re going to leak a lot of goals, because our defending group isn’t poor. I’m just saying we have more creativity and speed on the attacking end of the field, so we won’t have to rely on our defense as much as we did last year. We have the firepower to come from behind to win games if we need to, so we have the option of being more aggressive.” The Crew Juniors feature two members of the U.S. U-20 National Team in forward Dylan Mares and defender Eriq Zavaleta, along with two members of the U.S. U-18 National Team in forward Chris Hegngi and midfielder A.J. Corrado. Five players who competed in the 2010 NCAA Division I championship game, in which Akron defeated Louisville 1-0, also play for the Crew Juniors, including

Akron goalkeeper Andrian McAdams and Akron midfielder Kyle Culbertson. Mares and midfielders Andrew Farrell and Alex Obbey competed for Louisville. The Crew Juniors went 3-0 in the State Cup tournament and outscored their opponents 11-0, including a 2-0 win over the Blast F.C. in the final on June 5. “This team is equal to, if not slightly better than, last year’s U-19 team,” Bliss said. “But we’ll need to play well and there’s always an element of luck involved in winning any championship. Hopefully, we’ll play well enough to make our own luck, like we did last year.” The Crew Juniors will open pool play June 25 against St. Croix from Minnesota before playing June 26 against the Chicago Fire Juniors and June 27 against the Des Moines (Iowa) Menace. Last year in the Regional Cup, the Crew

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Mark Just, a Westerville resident, heads upfield during practice for the Classics Eagles U-13 squad.

Juniors 4-2 on penalty kicks. Nick Teutsch, Tyler Stills, Cameron Campbell and Will Bolton scored and goalkeeper J.P. Baughman made a save to secure the victory. “I’m of the opinion that defense wins championships, and we did a great job of defending in the State Cup tournament,” Lentz said. “We don’t just bunker it in, though. We have kids who can play and score goals, but we’re very organized on the field and we’re able to fight and grind out wins when we need to.” The Classics Eagles will open Midwest Regional Cup pool play on June 25 against the Wichita (Kan.) Lightning before playing June 26 against Vardar from Michigan and June 27 against Cleveland Pacesetter. In the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, the Classics Eagles are 18th and Vardar is fifth. In the State Cup tournament, the Classics Eagles upset the Crew Juniors 2-0 in pool play on May 15 before beating the

Crew Juniors again in the final. Teutsch scored winning goals in the Classics Eagles’ 4-0 win over Hammer F.C. Premier on May 8, their first victory over the Crew Juniors and their 1-0 win over the Ohio Premier Eagles in a semifinal on May 21. The Crew Juniors are fourth in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings. “Because we’re a new club and not a household name, we may be considered an underdog, but we beat a very good Crew Juniors team twice to get this far, so I’m confident we can compete at this level,” Lentz said. “Vardar is one of the best teams in our region, so we’ll need to play great defense and find a way to score enough goals to win. Our goalie and two center backs, Mark Just and Will Bolton, have played together since they were 9 years old, and we’ve got some technically gifted midfielders and forwards.” ablankenship@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Defense vital for U-13 boys in tourney The Classics Eagles Under-13 boys soccer team has several players capable of scoring goals. But coach Mike Lentz said his squad will need to continue playing strong defense to be successful in the Midwest Roster Regional Cup, which will be CLASSICS EAGLES U-13 BOYS held Saturday Name, Position, Hometown J.P. Baughman, G, Westerville through Luke Bean, M, Powell Wednesday, Jacob Bell, F, Lewis Center June 25-29, in Will Bolton, D, Westerville Fox Cities, Cameron Campbell, M, New Albany Wis. Austin Deep, D, Powell “We have Tyler Galloway, M, Lewis the ability to Center score goals, Jake Harr, M, Pickerington Mark Just, D, Westerville but defense is Matt Kuzma, D, Dublin our strong Joe Pappas, D, Granville suit,” Lentz Antonio Romanelli, M, Lewis said. “Tough Center A.J. Smith, F, Powell games against Shaeffer Smith, F, Westerville good teams Tyler Stills, F, Westerville aren’t always Nick Teutsch, F, Powell pretty, and Mitchell Towne, M, Powell that’s when you need to play great team defense to give yourself a chance to win. Your best scorers can sometimes be a little off, but a good defensive team will always come through for you. I’ll take a good old-fashion, blue-collar 1-0 win over a high-scoring Texasshootout any day.” The Classics Eagles went 5-0 in the State Cup tournament, outscoring their opponents 10-1 en route to winning the first State Cup title in their club’s two-year history. In the final on May 22, the Classics Eagles defeated the Crew Juniors 1-0 on penalty kicks. After the game remained scoreless through regulation and two five-minute overtime periods, the Classics Eagles outscored the Crew

Juniors went 2-0-1 in pool play and had to rally to beat Ohio rival Everest Soccer Club 3-1 in its final pool-play contest to advance to a semifinal. After beating Waza F.C. (Mich.) 3-0 in a semifinal, the Crew Juniors beat the Kansas City Wizards 43 in double overtime in the final. “This was a middle of the road type of draw for us,” Bliss said. “We play an Illinois team on the second day, which is never easy. It’s very difficult to win this tournament because you play five games in five days. There’s a small margin for error in this tournament. Last year we (were) three minutes away from being eliminated from group play before going on to win the regional and national tournaments.”

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long way.” •The Ohio Premier Eagles U19 girls team earned its second consecutive State Cup title on June 5 when it beat CUP 1-0 in the final. Last year in the Regional Cup tournament, the Ohio Premier Eagles went 1-2 in pool play and failed to reach a semifinal. “Most of these girls have played together for seven years, and when they returned home from college, you would never know they’ve been apart for a year because they play so well together,” coach Matt Ogden said. “They already know our system and their chemistry is still great. They know each other inside-out, and that gives us an advantage over a lot of U-19 teams that have been put together with players who are still getting to know each other.” The Ohio Premier Eagles will open pool play on June 25 against Dynamo F.C. from Indiana before playing Eclipse Select from Illinois on June 26 and Bloomfield Force from Michigan on June 27. Eclipse Select is first in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, ahead of Dynamo F.C. (15th) and the Ohio Premier Eagles (17th). “Our draw looks very difficult because Illinois, Michigan and Indiana are all very competitive states,” Ogden said. “But at U-19, you never know who will return to play for their teams. With who we have back we’re confident we can play with anyone in the country. We’re going to play a 4-3-3. ... We use an attacking style that sometimes leaves us vulnerable in the back, but we’ve done well with it.” •The Ohio Premier Eagles U13 girls team qualified for the Regional Cup by winning its second consecutive State Cup title. It went 5-0 in the State Cup tournament, outscoring its opponents 16-1. In a State Cup final on May 22, the Ohio Premier Eagles beat Hammer F.C. Premier 2-1 in double overtime as Kristen McFarland scored the winning goal. “This is a very competitive group and they train so hard together that it’s often actually eas-

Rosters OHIO PREMIER EAGLES U-19 GIRLS Name, Position, School Casey Barrett, F, Dublin Scioto Lauren Bowyer, F, Grove City Meghan Caldwell, D, Watterson Kelly DeNiro, M, Watterson Shannon Flowers, G, Upper Arlington Ellie Gavin, D, Watterson Sarah Gross, M, Beavercreek Hailey Hemmer, M, Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy Andrea Hulls, D, Upper Arlington Amber Kern, F, Dublin Coffman Nadja Kolliesuah, F, Pickerington North Lisa Nouanesengsy, F, Huber Heights Wayne Haley Reeb, D, Thomas Worthington Lara Ross, D, Upper Arlington Holly Tilley, F, Big Walnut Holly Walton, D, Worthington Kilbourne OHIO PREMIER EAGLES U-13 GIRLS Name, Position, Hometown Lindsay Belli, M, Dublin Sophia Bingaman, D, Dublin Jordan Burdick, M, New Albany Aubrei Corder, F, Barboursville, W.Va. Alexa Fisher, D, Powell Paige Gilliland, D, Columbus Samantha Grim, F, Pickerington Ellie Hackett, M, Dublin Sydney Harris, D, Dublin Hannah Lehmkuhl, D, Dublin Paige Matijasich, D, Pickerington Kristen McFarland, F, Powell Alivia Milesky, M, Plain City Madison Moroi, F, New Albany Parker Myers, F, Marysville Samantha Turner, F, Hilliard Bailey Williams, F, Dublin

ier for them when they get to play other teams in games,” coach Kevin Dougherty said. “They are both athletic and good soccer players, where most teams are usually just one or the other.” In pool play, the Ohio Premier Eagles will face Carmel (Ind.) United S.C. Elite on June 25, Greater Toledo F.C. on June 26 and Centennial from Minnesota on June 27. In the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, the Ohio Premier Eagles are third ahead of Carmel United S.C. Elite (10th). “Our draw could have been much worse,” Dougherty said. “I’d like to see us continue to play defense the way we did in the State Cup when we gave up only one goal in five games, because we’re dangerous when we defend that well.” ablankenship@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Big 33 Football Classic

Davidson’s Heitzman helps lead Ohio to win By FRANK DiRENNA

Key led Hartley to the Division IV state title last season with a 34-13 win over Chagrin Falls in the championship game. Hawks coach Brad Burchfield said playing in the Big 33 game was a tremendous opportunity for Key and the Hartley program. “I know obviously the history of the Big 33 and how prestigious it is to have players selected to play in that game,” Burchfield said. It was sort of a homecoming for Worthington Kilbourne’s Matt Skura, who grew up in Fox Chapel, Pa., and began attending Kilbourne as a sophomore. “Playing against the best competition in Pennsylvania and even the best competition in the nation, it was a great way for me to end my high school career and start my college one as well,” Skura said. Skura, who will play at Duke University, saw time at center, guard and tackle in the Big 33 game. “He’s been a tremendous leader, setting the example for the kids on the way things should be done,” Kilbourne coach Vince Trombetti said. “He’s never taken a day off. He’s done a great job representing our program.” Westerville Central graduate Nick Vannett, who will play at Ohio State, saw time at tight end and wide receiver in the Big 33 game. “I’m proud of Nick, not only because of his accomplishments on the field, but also I’ve had people tell me what a class act, what a gentleman he is, and to me that’s just as important if not more important than his football abilities,” Central coach John Magistro said. University of Cincinnati recruit Akise Teague had three touchdowns and 168 total yards, and was named the Ohio team’s MVP. Teague was voted Ohio’s Mr. Football last fall, leading Youngstown Ursuline to its third consecutive Division V state championship with a 51-21 win over Coldwater. The game also featured the Big 33’s longest interception return for a touchdown. Ohio State recruit Doran Grant (Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary) intercepted a Jalen Fitzpatrick pass and returned it 101 yards for a 28-7 lead in the second quarter.

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Ohio’s domination in the Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey, Pa., on June 18 had a local flavor. Ohio rolled to a 50-14 win over the Pennsylvania all-stars, amassing 432 yards in total offense. The 54th game of the series featured five players from central Ohio. Led by defensive end Keith Heitzman of Hilliard Davidson, the Ohio defense allowed 243 yards, including minus-8 yards rushing. Heitzman, who also played fullback and on special teams, capped the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run with 3 minutes, 47 seconds remaining. “It was a ton of fun,” Heitzman said. “Our defense came out strong and was able to get pressure on them right away. We forced them to make some mistakes.” Heitzman helped set the tone early as his pressure on Pennsylvania quarterback Matt Johnson led to Gabe Gilbert’s interception on the game’s first possession. Heitzman sacked Johnson in the second quarter, leading to a Pennsylvania punt from its end zone. “Playing against the best I’m hoping will prepare me a little bit more for what’s to come at (the University of) Michigan,” Heitzman said. Heitzman was joined by Davidson teammate J.D. Detmer, who handled the kicking and punting duties. Detmer, who will play at the University of Toledo, converted six extra points and punted once for 38 yards. He missed on field-goal attempts of 46 and 28 yards in the first quarter. Hartley’s Noah Key, who rushed for 2,885 yards and 42 touchdowns on 338 carries last fall to share the Division IV state Offensive Player of the Year award with Kenton quarterback Maty Mauk, played in the secondary for Ohio. “This was a real honor,” said Key, who will join Detmer at Toledo. “You get to see all the guys you see in the paper every week with your name. You get a chance to meet these guys, and I will be playing against a lot of these guys in college. There (were) actually seven of us on the team from Tole- fdirenna@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com do, so we’re building that early bond.”

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When Tuohy is on the mound, Christian Chiro will play shortstop. Shawn Martin (2B) is the leadoff batter, followed by Tuohy, Cararo, Brock Frentzel (1B), Ross (3B), Champlin, Danny Radomski (LF), Alex Delp (RF) and Chiro. Others vying for playing time are Elliott Meizlish (CF) and Alex Tanchevski (LF). “We’re hitting .370 as a team through 10 games and Frentzel and Touhy have really swung bemerine@thisweeknews.com the bat well,” coach Cararo said. “Martin, Cham- www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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CAP CITY Continued from page B1 out central Ohio involved. Players from the City, Central Catholic and Mid-State leagues and the OCC were added, with Interstate 71 as a dividing line.

The name of the game was changed last summer, when the East beat the West 22-0. “Last year we had kids from Olentangy Orange becoming friends with kids who live on (Columbus’) west side in the

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Eagles U-19 girls. The Ohio Premier Eagles U-18 girls squad qualified as a representative of the Midwest Regional League and the Team Ohio F.C. U-16 boys team qualified as a State Cup tournament wildcard. This will be the third appearance for the Team Ohio F.C. U-16 boys, Ohio Premier Eagles U16 girls, Ohio Premier Eagles U-18 girls and Ohio Premier Eagles U-19 girls, and the second appearance for the Team Ohio F.C. U-17 boys. “Any of us have a chance to win it,” Team Ohio F.C. club director Steve Dawson said. “If you have good coaching and have kids who stick together and play well together, you can compete at the regional level.”

way to win against great competition, but a lot of this comes down to luck,” said King, who helped guide the Ohio Premier U-13 girls team to a regional championship in 2002. “In the closer games, you may need to have a few bounces or a referee’s call go your way. “The luck of the draw is another big factor because teams aren’t seeded at regional and there have been a lot of years where the top two or three teams in the regional end up in the same bracket of pool play, and some of the better teams get eliminated early on.” Local teams that won State Cup championships to advance to the Regional Cup are: the Classics Eagles U-13 boys, Team Ohio F.C. U-17 boys, Team Ohio F.C. U-18 boys, Crew Juniors U-19 boys, Ohio Premier Eagles U-13 girls, Ohio ablankenship@thisweeknews.com Premier Eagles U-16 girls and Ohio Premier www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

Sports briefs Youth football camp scheduled The Gahanna Lincoln youth football camp, for students entering grades 3-8, is scheduled for July 18-21 at the high school stadium. For a registration form, visit www.gahannafootball.webs.com and click on the youth football camp link.

Football officiating classes offered The Reynoldsburg Parks & Recreation Department is offering high school football officiating classes from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Sundays, beginning July 5, in the city’s

police building, 7240 E. Main St. The classes will be taught by Phil Kiser, an Ohio High School Athletic Association approved instructor. Students who successfully complete the requirements will be certified for the coming high school season. For additional information and to receive registration material, contact the Reynoldsburg rec department at (614) 322-6806.

Dublin Crew offering lessons Dublin Crew is offering lessons for middle and high school students. Sessions are sched-

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OWU holding baseball camp Ohio Wesleyan baseball coach Tyler Mott will lead a “skills-n-drills” camp at the university’s Littick Field on June 28-30. Sessions are scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon for ages 11-14 and 1 to 4 p.m. for ages 7-10. For more information, call (740) 368-3743 or email tamott@owu.edu.

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Sports briefs Girls basketball camps set for OWU Ohio Wesleyan will hold girls basketball camps from 9 a.m. to noon June 27-29 in the university’s Branch Rickey Arena. The schedule includes a skills camp for girls entering grades 3-8 and a position camp for girls entering grades 9-12. To register, go to http://sportscamps.owu.edu. For more information, contact coach Stacey Ungashick Reed at sjreed@owu.edu or (740) 368-3986.

Charity basketball event scheduled Former NBA player Leon Rodgers, an Eastmoor Academy graduate, has organized the fifth annual Battle for Peace Classic at 10 a.m. July 9 at Columbus East High School. In addition to an All-Star game featuring NBA and former college players with ties to Columbus, the event will include a community march, a battle of the bands contest, a step show and a 3-on-3 outdoor youth tournament. Proceeds will benefit Rodgers Neighborhood Basketball, a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 by Rodgers to men-

tor at-risk youth. Those scheduled to participate in the All-Star game include former Ohio State players Mike Conley (Memphis Grizzlies), Jon Diebler, Ron Lewis, David Lighty, Scoonie Penn and Evan Turner (Philadelphia 76ers). Kenny Gregory, a former standout at Independence High School and Kansas, also is scheduled to play. For more information, email rodgers.neighborhood@yahoo.co m or call (614) 522-9602.

Schools announce coaching vacancies The following schools are seeking coaches: Delaware — Volleyball. Send letter of interest and résumé to Clint Fetty, athletics director, Delaware Hayes High School, 289 Euclid Ave., Delaware 43015, or email fettycl@dcs.k12.oh.us. Dublin Scioto — Girls lacrosse. Contact athletics director Kip Witchey at (614) 717-2468. Gahanna — Hockey. Send résumé by June 27 to Justin Sanford, athletics director, Gahanna Lincoln High School, 140 S. Hamilton Road, Gahanna 43230, or email at sanfordj@gjps.org. Hilliard Davidson — Soft-

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The high school athletes participating in my summer series also stand out in the classroom. In the second week of the series, the studentathletes talk about how they balance practices and games with studying to keep their grades at a high level. Mary Wells, Westerville Central, bowling: “School always comes first and keeping your grades up is way more important than any sporting event.” Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, football: “To balance practice and games with studying, you have to be dedicated to both things. Sometimes you have to make sacrifices in order to accomplish excellence in both.” Napoleon Bell, Hartley, football and wrestling: “I make sure to study and do homework directly after coming home from practice. This way I am not as tired as I would be later and I will be motivated to do work.” Faith Washington, Reynoldsburg, track: “Seeing that practice only lasts a few hours of my afternoon, I always dedicate the rest of my time to the work that needs to be done for class. If I am well organized and can stick to a schedule that works best for me, it helps ensure that my academic and athletic priorities are also balanced.” Jake Blankenship, Gahanna, pole vault: “I make sure that I finish all my work before I go on with my day. I will normally have practice directly after school and I try to get my work done first thing after practice.” Austin Cuervo, St. Charles, golf: “I know that schoolwork must come first and I need to attend to my studies first and attack that before

GCSTO offering free swim lessons The Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio (GCSTO) is offering free swimming lessons to underprivileged children on July 2 at the Gahanna swimming pool. GCSTO also will award scholarships to participants based on their financial need and family status. For more information or to sign up, contact GCSTO instructor Erin Harris at harriserin@ymail.com or (614) 5822597.

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$184,900 Listentotheoutdooratmospherefromyourveryowngazebothat overlooks the flowing stream, pasture that is fenced, barn too. Tonsoftreesandgreatprivacywiththis3bedroomranchwithfull walk-out basement and two car garage. You could finish this basementandhaveagreatfamilyroom,mediaroom,gameroom andstillhavelotsofstoragespace. JustminutestoJohnstown.

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New Yabo’s Tacos touts chef-inspired fresh menu Classically trained by some of the best chefs in the country, Scott Boles has changed culinary directions, to say the least. On June 17, Boles and partners Brent King and Greg Debbe opened Yabo’s Tacos in the former Giammarco’s Pizza & Pasta site at 7097 state Route 3 in Westerville. But it’s not just any taco joint, Boles said. “I have my standards,” he said. They include beef and pork shoulder, each braised for 12 hours in a signature blend of spices. The fish tacos, made of cod loins, are topped with an ancho chile aioli. Yabo’s offers three distinct, homemade sauces: Serrano-lime (hot), chipotle (medium) and “Sissy” (mild) with a base of tomato and chiles.

Each is offered tableside and for retail sale. Nothing is frozen. “It’s still slow food,” Boles said. “It’s from-scratch preparation.” Yabo’s menu is pretty straightforward: tacos and burritos, using either white corn or flour tortillas, plus rice bowls and wraps. Aside from braised meats and fish, the menu offers grilled steak, shrimp, chicken and vegetables, and sautéed ground beef. Several salads topped with house-made dressing, plus a white bean and chicken chili and a vegetarian soup round out the menu selections. The 3,000-square-foot interior seats 75, with an additional 50 on the patio. The place has a full liquor license. (Giammarco’s has since moved down the street.) Boles acknowledges the existing rivalry in the freshMex market from taco trucks, Mexican restaurants, Chipotle, Qdoba and newcomer Hot Head Burritos, which has plans for at least a dozen stores in the Columbus market. “I expect us to see more competition in the future,” he said. “Hopefully, we’ve got a jump on them.” By Chris Parker/ThisWeek The partners have plans to Greg Debbe, Scott Boles and Brent King have partnered to open open five more Yabo’s in the Yabo’s Tacos, a quick-serve restaurant that serves Tex-Mex fare with Columbus market. With ina Southwestern flair; at 7097 state Route 3 in Westerville. expensive fare, beer and lots

of TVs, they’re going after the sports-bar segment of the industry. Boles received an associate’s degree in hotel and restaurant management from Northeastern University and an associate’s degree in culinary arts from Bunker Hill Community College. He considers his top mentors to be Jim Berrini, former personal chef for President John F. Kennedy, and Arthur Bucceri, chef at the Ritz-Carlton in Boston. “I suppose what they taught me the most are the lessons of technique,” Boles said. “Technique is key, giving you a style that’s your own and hopefully different and stands out more than other cooks.” Working mostly in resorts across the country, and owning two restaurants of his own, Boles said hasn’t been an active chef for more than 15 years. His life after the restaurant business included everything from being a district manager for a vending-machine business to hawking cell phones to joining the corporate world. But nothing had to do with food. He cooked for many charity events and taught cooking classes to keep fresh, but the restaurant business kept tugging at his apron strings. But he didn’t want to live in the kitchen, something required in a full-service restaurant. “Now I’m having a different kind of fun,” he said. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner hours daily. For more information, call (614) 212-4090.

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Events Antique Fire Engine Muster, sponsored by the Central Ohio Antique Fire Apparatus Association, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at the Ohio Fire Academy, 8895 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg. See displays of antique fire apparatuses. Food and beverages will be available. Visit www.coafaa.org. Parent Seminar, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, at Brookwood Presbyterian Church, 2685 E. Livingston Ave. Glen Byers will present information on Asperger’s syndrome. Free. To register, call 2353451.

Health Medical Clinic, held by Vineyard Community Church, 6:308:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at the church, 15187 Palmer Road in Reynoldsburg.

Free sports and school physicals, health screenings and treatment for non-emergency illnesses. VCC food pantry is also open at this time.

Meetings Toastmasters Open House, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 30, at the office of Howard Slutsky, 676 Brook Hollow Drive. Free and open to the public. Call Nathaniel at (501) 908-5001. Gahanna 9-12 Project, 10 a.m. the third Saturday of the month at Mifflin Township Hall, 155 Olde Ridenour Road, Gahanna. Christian Marketplace Network Westerville Chapter, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. the third Friday of each month at MCL Restaurant, 60 Westerville Square. Visitors are welcome. Call Jerry King at (614) 899-9870 or visit www.cmnusa.org. Capitol City Barbershop Chorus, 7-9 p.m. Mondays at Gahanna Community Congregational Church, 470 Havens Corners

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Road. La Leche League of Gahanna, 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at the Gahanna Branch Library, 310 Granville St. Mothers and babies welcome. Call Heather at 414-0555 or Barbara at 269-7181. Community Bible Study, for women and children through sixth grade, 9:30-11 a.m. Thursdays at Peace Lutheran Gahanna, 455 Clark State Road. Visit columbusnortheastcbs.org or call (614) 855-9832. Sunrise Masonic Lodge 783, 7 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 211 W. Johnstown Road. Soroptimist International of Northeast Suburban Franklin County, an organization for professional women, 6:30 p.m. the second Monday of the month at the Mifflin Township Administrative Building, 155 Olde Ridenour Road. Celebrate Recovery, a Biblebased recovery program for adults, 6 p.m. Fridays at Reynoldsburg

United Methodist Church, 1636 Graham Road. Dinner and childcare to age 11. Call 866-5864, ext. 115. Kiwanis Club of Eastern Columbus, 7 p.m. Wednesdays, at the VFW, 4100 E. Main St. Visit the Web site at www.kiwanis.org. Olde Gahanna Community Partnership, 8:15 a.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the Olde Gahanna Sanctuary, 82 N. High St. The group represents business and residents in the Olde Gahanna area. For more information, visit www.oldegahanna.com. Book Club, 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at the Gahanna Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, 310 Granville St. Call Ann at 478-2928 for more information. GRIN (Gahanna Residents in Need), 6:30 p.m. the last Thursday of the month at Mifflin Presbyterian Church, 123 Granville St. For more information, email grin_gahanna@yahoo.com.

• Stefanie Anne Vinsel of Gahanna was named to the spring 2011 dean’s list at Anderson University in Anderson, Ind. To be eligible for the list, students must earn at least a 3.5 grade-point average. • Drew Smith, a 2006 graduate of Gahanna Lincoln High School, graduated from the University of Cincinnati June 11. He received several honors, including Greek Man of the Year, the 2011 Mr. Bearcat Award, the Presidential Leadership Medal of Excellence and the Spirit of Community Award. Smith was also recognized nationally with the 2011 Wayne S. Colvin Fraternal Values Award. He graduated from the Carl H. Lindner Honors-Plus Scholarship Program with a degree in operations management and international business with honors. • Bowling Green State University has announced its spring 2011 dean’s list. Area residents named to the

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The Grote Company is a manufacturer of custom food processing equip ment, located on the east side of Columbus. We are looking for an Electri cal Design Engineer to join our team. The ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years experience design ing electrical automation systems for industrial equipment. You must be able to alter existing de signs and create produc tion schematics, BOM’s and panel layouts, as well as develop new de signs from concept through to commissioning under the supervision of the lead electrical engineer. You must have 3 years experi ence with AutoCAD Elec trical or equivalent and 2 years experience pro gramming Allen Bradley or Mitsubishi PLC/HMI control packages. Troubleshooting control systems both in the facto ry and in the field is a re quirement. Good com munication skills and the ability to interact effective ly with on-site manufac turing personnel are a must. Up to 5% domes tic travel can be expect ed. The Grote Company offers an outstanding compensation and bene fits package, which in cludes health, dental, and 401(k) with company match, after 30 days. You can learn more about us at www.groteco mpany.com. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover let ter to: hr@grotecompany.com.

We are seeking an engineer in our Internal Sales Dept. The position involves marketing, selling, product design, logistics, quoting, architectural and product drawings. Requirements are a BS degree in mechanical engineering, clear communication voice and skills, integrity and initiative. This is a first rung level position in this dept, which can lead to growth in responsibility and remuneration as the required skills are acquired and performance objectives are achieved. APPLICATIONS should be a maximum 5 line e mail with a maximum one page MS Word attached resume and send to grant.snowden@ steelceilings.com by latest June 30, 2011.

GRAPHIC/ INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER Columbus-based consum er products manufacturer/importer needs a part time (poten tially full time) person with broad-based experience in graphics, product and package design to help de velop new product lines and enhance our existing categories. Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, 3D design and CAD software required. Retail packaging and display knowledge helpful. Send resume to Box 1013 c/o Columbus Dispatch, 34 S. Third St., Columbus, OH 43215 or email: designproducts1@gmail.c om

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Electrical Engineer MEDICAL/DENTAL BigThumb, LLC, located in Dublin, is seeking out the Advanced next member of a fast paced team devoted to Practice Nurse solving problems for busi nesses today while design APN/CNP sought to join ing best practice initiatives high quality CMHC psy to prevent tomorrow’s chiatry team and collabo struggles. Ideal candidate rate with outstanding inter is a thorough, organized disciplinary team. Full-time, problem solver that is will - part-time and contract op ing to engage in projects tions available. No late with little to no pre-existing evenings, weekends or call knowledge of the systems required. Previous psychia involved & will see the proj - try experience preferred. ect through to verification / Excellent salary, benefit validation. Ideal candidate package and work setting will possess: available. Send resume to ± BA/BS in Electrical & adavidson@nhyfc.com Computer Engineering, or mail to Anne Davidson, Computer Science MD, New Horizons Youth and Engineering. and Family Center , 1592 ± 4 years related exp. Granville Pike, Lancaster, ± OH license with PE cert. OH 43130 EOE ± Leadership, writing and verbal skills are essential ± Travel / ability to juggle a dynamic schedule with varying clients & locations while meeting all obliga tions a must. Compensation calculated by qualifications, knowl Amity Care Home edge & abilities. Email re Health RN sume to operations@ Part-time or PRN bigthumb.com ENGINEERS Growing Architectural / En gineering Group has imme diate need for a FT Regis tered Electrical and Me chanical Engineers with commercial, institutional and educational facilities experience. Competitive salary & benefits. Fax re sume with salary history and references to 614-538-8446 or email to star@ starconsultants.org

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Licensed RN in the State of Ohio CPR Certified Minimum of 1 year home care nursing experience Valid drivers license/insurance Apply in person at 3863 Trueman Court, Hilliard, OH 43026, email hr@macintoshcompany. com or fax to 614-358-6280

DENTAL HYGIENIST Exciting Grandview Yard Cosmetic practice seeking Hyg. for M/T. Must be will ing to be cross-trained for other dental respons. when not performing hygiene. Fax resume 614-586-0679 DAYCARE PROVIDERS & PRESCHOOLS

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL FRONT DESK Dermatology Office Dermatology Practice affiliated with the Ohio State University Medical Center has immediate openings for 1 FT or 2 PT Patient Services Associates at our main Dermatology office in Gahanna. Positions will perform check in/out, scheduling and medical records. Work schedule will require some travel to several satellite offices and rotating Saturdays. Experience with electronic medical records and dermatolo gy experience preferred. Excellent benefits including paid time off, health insurance and pension plan. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume with Ref # 6123 via e-mail to jobs osuim@osumc.edu

FT MA Busy office needs organ ized and motivated MA. OB/GYN exp. a plus. Benefits available. Fax: 614-434-2440.

FT RN Seeking candidate with ability to multi-task for busy, fast-paced physician office. OB/GYN exp. pre ferred. Benefits available. Fax: 614-434-2491. HEALTHCARE RELATIONS COORDINATOR PT individual to provide ed ucation / coordination to referral professionals. Will review/complete insurance contracts, organize CEU events & maintain outcome measures. Must have healthcare exp. (admin. or nursing), healthcare de gree & Medicare exp. pre ferred. Excellent writing / communication skills & atti tude. Requires some eves/wknds. Reputable or ganization providing excel lent care. Apply at www.willow-brook.org

Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses Cambridge Home Health Care is seeking caring, dedicated individuals to fill the positions of Licensed Practical Nurses and Reg istered Nurses for our Co lumbus location. If you are looking for a fast paced environment and want to become part of a rapidly growing company and in dustry then Cambridge is the place for you! The ide al candidate will have good communication skills and be a team player. Second shift cases open for Li censed Practical Nurses position. Call us today at 614-4427620, or apply at 2941 Kenny RD Suite 145 in Columbus, OH 43221 (we accept applica tions M-F, 8:30 am - 5pm). For more exciting details about the company please visit our website at www.CambridgeHomeHe alth.com EOE

Medical Secretary Grove City, Primary Care Practice seeking a Medical Secretary for Record Re leases and Referrals, Full time day position with one evening a week, telecom munication, customer serv ice, computer and EMR skills required, experience preferred. Fax resume to 614-539-4610 Attention: Administrator.

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STATIONARY STEAM ENGINEER Mars Petcare US, a division of Mars Incorporated, and a leading manufacturer of quality pet food, is looking for an experienced Stationary Steam Engineer at our Columbus site. To be qualified, you must have a High School education or equivalent and at least (5) years experience in operations and maintenance of high-pressure boilers and related auxiliary equipment. Responsibilities include operating and maintaining stationary gas and oil-fired boilers, air compressors, ammonia refrigeration equipment, and their auxiliaries in supplying steam and utilities for manufacturing support. Adjusts fuel and air, operates pumps, regulates steam flow, checks gauges/thermometers and maintains and repairs equipment. Candidates with the following skills and experience are encouraged to apply: µOperations and maintenance of high-pressure boilers and related auxiliary equipment. µOperating stationary or marine boilers. µExcellent communication skills both written and orally. µAbility to climb and tolerate heights up to 75 feet and to tolerate confined spaces. µAbility to lift up to 50 lbs. µValid driver’s license and insurability. µAbility to work rotating shifts which includes holidays and overtime is required. µOhio Third Class Stationary Engineer’s License in good standing. µAmmonia refrigeration experiences a Plus. As a privately-held, family-owned company, Mars North America offers benefits which reflect our commitment to attracting and retaining great people. This includes excellent pay, competitive health and dental care coverage, a retirement plan, a very completive vacation plan and unrivalled career advancement opportunities, to name just a few of our unique and generous benefits. If you’re looking for a place where you can take ownership for your work, where the pace is fast, the environment is built around the importance of open communication, and where employees are called "associates" and treated as such, then we want to hear from you.

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ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES RETAIL CLINICS Fairfield Medical Center, a 222-bed acute care facility, currently has full time opportunities for Advanced Practice Nurses at our affiliate location in a retail clinic setting in Logan. These individuals will be responsible for ensuring the provision of progressive, quality patient care through advanced physical assessment, preventative health care, case management, consultation, research, education, and leadership. These positions require a Masters Degree in Nursing or must fall under the grandfather clause for APNs. A valid license to practice professional nursing in the State of Ohio, a Certificate of Authority in the State of Ohio is required and current certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner by a nationally accredited certifying board are required for the NP We are a tobacco-free employer and offer an attractive flexible benefits program that includes: paid time off, health and vision insurance (no waiting period), dental, life insurance, pension and much more. Interested candidates may email their resume to janetr@fmchealth.org or complete an application online at www.fmchealth.org.

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Phlebotomist Pathology Laboratories, the region’s fastest grow Needed for busy multi spe ing independent medical cialty group. Must have laboratory, is recruiting a 2-3 yrs exp. in medical highly professional, transcription. Must have client/patient focused indi sense of urgency and have vidual to join its Phleboto strong multi tasking skills. my Department. The se Must possess strong lected candidate will have knowledge of medical excellent phlebotomy terminology and the ability skills, previous adult and to work punctually 8A-5P, pediatric drawing experi M-F. Compensation be cal ence, and is very detail culated by qualifications, orientated. This candidate knowledge and should be prepared to pro abilities. Email resume to vide unparalleled customer operations@ service. The candidate bigthumb.com must also be able to pass a background and driving checks, a pre-employment Occupational drug screen and a National Therapist Certification is preferred. Flexible Hours Pathology Laboratories of PRN, Part-time or Full-time fers a highly competitive Skilled Nursing Facility wage. Currently there is Columbus, Ohio a full-time position availa Call Russ Delaney at ble in Powell area. Inter 1-800-223-9519 ested individuals are asked Or email to: rdelaney@ to reply to e-mail: mardencompanies.com phlebcol@pathlabs.org.

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST - WORKLIFE PROGRAM COORDINATOR Fairfield Medical Center, a 222-bed acute care facility is currently seeking a fulltime Occupational Therapist for our work life program. This individual will be responsible for conducting an occupational therapy program to facilitate the rehabilitation of a patient who is suffering from a disability caused by disease, injury, dysfunction, or other physical limitation. These include outpatients, sports medicine, work hardening, and work conditioning. Qualified candidates will possess a license to practice as an Occupational Therapist in the State of Ohio, current CPR certification and a minimum of one year of experience in the field.

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Application deadline is June 24, 2011. Visit www.columbuszoo.org to apply online or mail reSCHEDULER / AIDE sume to: COORDINATOR - FT Columbus Zoo Needed for Columbus and Aquarium Home Health Care Agen Attn: Human Resources cy. Prior scheduling experi PO Box 400 ence preferred, good com Powell, OH 43065 munication skills & knowledge of Microsoft of fice required. Email re Loan Officer sume to aspivak@ Local, established cohha.org or fax community bank seeking to: 614-884-0795. lender with experience in investment, commercial Veterinary and/or residential real Technicians estate lending. Excellent compensation and REGISTERED benefits. Email resume to FT or PT. Use what you jobs@ learned in tech school, and firstcommunitybank.com really help animals! Busy 5 vet practice seeking ex HELP WANTED perienced RVTs to join our team in Central OH prac GENERAL tice. Surgical laser, inhouse lab. Fax resume to 1-800-HANSONS 614-891-3801.

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Columbus Area is seeking an individual that specializ es in providing alcohol and drug abuse/addiction counseling and psychotherapy. Provide diagnostic assessment, alcohol and other drug education and counseling and a variety of forms of individual psychotherapy, group therapy and marriage/ couples counseling. Provide case management, crisis intervention, and some community support service activities. Require a LISW or LPCC, MA in Psychology preferred, or Chemical Dependency with two years of supervised clinical experience in alcohol and drug abuse/addiction or mental health counseling with an AoD scope of practice. Current unencumbered State of Ohio Social Work Board Licensure and annually required CEU’s, CCDC I - III if MA in Chemical Dependency Counseling. Should have experience in diagnostic assessments, individual, family and group therapy, and public presentations. Knowledge of and experience with Employee Assistance Programs, a plus in AoD. Benefit Package includes: Health, Dental, Vision & Retirement plans available. Paid Vacation 2-5 weeks per year, Twelve days paid sick leave and eight paid holidays. Please forward resume to Human Resources, Columbus Area, Inc., 899 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205, or fax it to (614) 221-2560 or twilliams@ columbus-area.com EOE

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¡AHORA MISMO! That’s how quickly Quantum Health needs bilingual nurses and PSRs. Voted one of the Best Places to Work in Columbus, we’re a growing company that has a blast delivering better healthcare - while lowering healthcare costs. Right now we need bilingual nurses (English/Spanish) to work later shifts (10am-7pm, 11am-8pm, 12pm-9pm and 1pm-10pm). Specifically, we need the following:

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED A CAREER IN SURGERY? JOIN THE TEAM AT MOUNT CARMEL. Committed to excellence, Our people make the difference. Serving more than a half million patients each year, Mount Carmel is the second-largest healthcare system in central Ohio. Our more than 8,000 employees and 1,500 physicians utilize state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technologies and the latest procedures to accomplish our mission of healing patients’ minds, bodies and spirits, and improving the health of the communities we serve. Mount Carmel offers surgical services for a variety of diseases and complex conditions. With fully equipped operating rooms and up-to-date technologies, our hospitals and staffs can accommodate the most complex surgical procedures. We are offering exciting opportunities for career growth in Surgical Care Services.

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Surgery RNs Opportunities available at: • Mount Carmel St. Ann’s – Expanding Surgical Services • Mount Carmel West As an RN in our faith-based organization, your role in the OR helps create a caring and healing environment that keeps the patient and family at the center of care through their surgical care experience. Must have an Ohio RN License. Mount Carmel offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Mount Carmel is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.

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Case Manager Aide II Columbus Area is seeking a dedicated individual to provide wraparound and community psychiatric support services to our SMD consumers based upon treatment plans and documented need to prevent hospitalization and need for crisis services. Service documentation must be done on the day of service and meet productivity standards. Wraparound services include transportation, monitoring consumers selfadministration of medication, helping clients access community resources and/or obtaining communi ty resources on behalf of consumers, facilitating attendance at doctors’ appointments at the agency and other healthcare providers, assisting consumers in maintaining a clean living environment and shopping to insure necessities are purchased, completing a necessary task on behalf of a consumer when the consumer is unwilling or unable to do so. Minimum of high school graduate with two years related experience. Prefer someone with an Associates Degree in Mental Health or related field. Must have valid Ohio Driver’s License and insurance covering transportation of consumers in personal car and agency van. Benefit Package includes: Health, Dental, Vision & Retirement plans available. Paid Vacation 2-5 weeks per year, Twelve days paid sick leave and eight paid holidays. Please forward resume to Human Resources, Columbus Area, Inc., 899 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205, or fax it to (614) 221-2560 or twilliams@ columbus-area.com EOE

CASE MANAGER Full-time entry level posi tion in community mental health center. Willing to train. Degree required. Knowledge of community resources and experience with SMD clients. Must have Ohio driver’s license/auto. Work primari ly in the community. Mile age reimbursement. Sal ary: $11hr., Monday thru Friday, 8am-4:30 pm. Op tion of four 10-hour work days after 6 months available. Applications/resumes ac cepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201, fax to 614-298-2227, e-mail to hr@ncmhs.org EOE

CLEANING Commercial PT, FT. All shifts avail. M-F, wkends. Good pay! 614-734-1400

CSR/Retention Reps Energetic reps needed for an Inbound call center in Westerville. $9/hr + unlim ited bonuses! Full time hours between 10a-10p, M-F, some Sat. shifts. Email resumes to hober@i nnosourceinc.com, or call 614-775-1400.

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Position available at nonprofit organization located in Hilliard area. Strong customer service and phone skills are essential. Requires expertise in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word, Outlook and Excel. Solid organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work with a variety of people necessary. Seeking individual with a minimum of 2 years database utilization, clerical and customer/ member relations experience. Excellent benefits, casual work environment and competitive salary. For immediate consideration, e-mail or mail resume, salary requirements and 3 references to: Membership Supervisor, ASNT, PO Box 28518 Columbus, OH, 43228-0518 Or, e-mail CustServPosition@asnt.org

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Faculty Positions Sinclair Community College is a comprehensive community college with an enrollment of over 25,000 students that offers career and transfer programs leading to an associate degree, certificate programs, and continuing education opportunities. Sinclair seeks to attract a culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest caliber. Sinclair Community College is seeking applicants for the following positions beginning September 1, 2011: Tenure Track: 02063 Paralegal 02064 Mental Health Technology 02070 Health Information Management 02072 Automotive Technology 02073 English 02075 Biology 02078 Psychology Annually Contracted Faculty: 02066 Academic Foundations Reading 02067 Academic Foundations English 02068 Academic Foundations Mathematics 02069 Chemistry 02065 Aviation 02071 Communication 02074 Biology 02076 Mathematics 02077 Geography All applicants must apply on-line. For more information and to apply online please visit our web site at https://jobs.sinclair.ed u. Sinclair Community College is strongly committed to diversity within its community. EOE

FIREFIGHTER The City of Whitehall is conducting entrance exams for the position of firefighter in order to estab lish an eligibility list for hiring. 1.Minimum Requirements: Paramedic and Level II Firefighter certifications or show sufficient proof you are currently enrolled in classes to receive those certifications; To receive consideration, candidate must take an en trance examination through the National Test ing Network, Inc. between June and August 2011. To fill out an application and schedule testing, please go to www.nationaltestingn etwork.com, select Fire and sign up for the City of Whitehall. Please visit www.whitehall-oh.us for more details. EOE. GENERAL LABOR Up to $20/HR. Allines has FTpositions available: ± Janitor ± Diesel Mechanic ± Construction ± Warehouse Apply 5508 Hilliard Rome Office Park, Hilliard, OH 43026. 614-771-9675 General Labor

Yard Attendant Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc seeks a reliable yard person to assist with inspection of incoming vehicles at our facility in Grove City, OH Resp incl vehicle check-in, digital imaging, vehicle clean-up/ preservation, auction preparation and responding to customer needs. Ability to work indep & basic automotive repair skills helpful. A valid Drivers License req’’d. Full time, comp salary, benefits, 401-K. Please apply in person at: 1601 Thraikill Road, Grove City, OH 43123. IAA is a drug-free workplace. EOE. HOUSEKEEPER FT/PT. Seeking experienced professional to do general housekeeping, laundry & ironing. High attention to detail & strong organization skills required. Excellent pay, benefits & work environment. References & background check. Send resume to propertystaffing@ gmail.com or fax to 740-924-1610. INSURANCE EARN $100K 1ST YEAR COMMISSIONS Established OH based re tirement planning co. seeks motivated invidual to run 10-12 pre-set, no cost appts per wk in Cols area. We provide all training. If you are looking for a ca reer to earn a high income and want the freedom to enjoy life, call Don 419-571-6364

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Program Coordinator of ornamental horticulture programs within The Ohio State University’s Ohio International Agricultural & Horticultural Intern Program (OIAHIP) for Eastern European countries and Russia. Columbus, Ohio. Serves as liaison between organizations sending trainees and interns from Eastern European countries and Russia and university departments and other organizations in the United States. Some travel to Eastern Europe and Russia. Apply online at: w ww.jobsatosu.com/applica nts/Central?quickFind=19 7985. EEO\AA Employer.

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Columbus Area, Inc. is seeking a Program Manager/State Hospital Liaison for our Specialty Teams. The individual will provide clinical leadership and supervision to the Community Treatment Team, Wraparound staff and will have Twin Valley Behavioral Health (TVBH) Liaison responsibilities. Persons served have varied clinical needs and diagnoses. Monitor, track and report regularly on consumer, staff and program goals and objectives. In conjunction with the Clinical Director(s) and other Clinical Management Staff, develop and implement outcomes-based programming utilizing best practice LAUNDRY TEAM models. Requires a LISW-S MEMBER or LPCC-S with at least five FT/PT - must be neat or years of clinical experience ganized & experienced. in assessment and treatExcellent pay, benefits & ment of individuals with sework environment. referen - vere mental illness, as well ces & background check as dually diagnosed disorrequired.Email resume to ders. Must be able to teach propertystaffing@ staff how to manage their gmail.com or fax to caseloads and prioritize cli740-924-1610. ent needs. Knowledge of best practice models of Lease ACT, IDDT, IMR (WMR) and DBT, preferred. BeneAdministrator fit Package includes: Continental Retail Property Health, Dental, Vision & Services is seeking an ex - Retirement plans available. perienced Lease Adminis - Paid Vacation 2-5 weeks trator. Successful candi - per year, Twelve days paid sick leave and eight paid date will have a minimum holidays. three years experience in Please forward resume to lease administration with Human Resources, Columprimary emphasis in the bus Area, Inc., 899 E. areas of Accounts Broad St., Columbus, Ohio Receivable/Collections, 43205, or fax it to (614) CAM Reconciliations and preparation of Lease ab - 221-2560 or twilliams@ stracts. Additionally, will columbus-area.com work with Senior Manage EOE ment to resolve outstand ing tenant issues. Strong PROMOTIONAL oral/written communication skills required. Some past REPS property management ex Bath Fitter, the #1 bath perience preferred. room remodeling company in the US is looking for P/T Submit resume to; reps to work at Central Continental Retail Property Ohio malls and events. Services Duties include creating in 150 E. Broad St. Suite 305 terest in our product, an Columbus, OH 43215 swering product questions, Att. David A. Wass maintaining appearance of displays. Flexible hours OFFICE / CASHIER and fun work environment. Needed to work in 2 per - Call Justin at 614-787-8813 son office / warehouse en vironment processing in PROPERTY MGT. ventory purchases by issu COUPLES ing vendor checks. Re sponsibilities incl. balanc - Needed to co-manage apt. communities in Central ing paperwork associated Ohio. Free apt. & utilities . with purchases & pay Basic clerical maint. skills ments, and setting needed. Fax resume to up/printing daily reports. 614-487-2579 or email to Mature attitude in working showemgt@sbcglobal.net with public & associates. EEOC REQUIREMENTS: ± Min. 2 yrs RESIDENT office/computer exp. ± Work well with public MANAGER ± Basic touch typing skills Local owner has immedi ± Word processing, spread ate open sheet software ing in east Columbus. Must functionality exp. be neat and dependable ± HS Diploma or GED and able to work Satur Send resume to: days. Property manage personnel45office@ ment experience a plus. sbcglobal.net This is a full-time position with competitive pay & ex cellent benefits. Send re sume to: Resident Manager, E-Mail: chris.rohrbacher@spgroup .com or fax to 445-4994.

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Case Manager, LSW/PC Columbus Area is looking for a individual to provide CPST, diagnostic assessments, counseling, AOD services and wraparound services as appropriate for clients discharging from a State Psychiatric Facility. Assist with the data collection of system quality indicators; attend treatment team meetings and all aspects of discharge planning and stabilization in the community post discharge. LSW or LPC required. At least two years experience working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Must have Ohio Driver’s license and able and willing to transport consumers in personal vehicle. Able to quickly develop rapport with hospitalized clients and be able to help them later transition to other case managers/qualified mental health specialists within the agency. Must have excellent documenta tion skills. Must have experience with the dually diagnosed AOD/MH and scope of practice to provide AOD assessment and counseling. Must be willing to work in the community with a variety of consumers, conduct assertive outreach, and collaborate with various professionals both within the agency and in the community, developing treatment and crisis plans and progress note documentation of interventions. Benefit Package includes: Health, Dental, Vision & Retirement plans available. Paid Vacation 2-5 weeks per year, Twelve days paid sick leave and eight paid holidays. Please forward resume to Human Resources, Columbus Area, Inc., 899 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205, or fax it to (614) 221-2560 or twilliams@ columbus-area.com EOE

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REQUIREMENTS Yenkin-Majestic Paint Associates Degree in engi - Corp, a leading manufac neering or similar technical turer of architectural and field or five to ten years re - industrial coatings, seeks lated experience. Experi an experienced FT ware ence with machining & as - house worker for our facili sembly. Knowledge of jigs, ty. Successful candidate fixtures, & machine tools. should have at least 2 Ability to read & interpret years experience in orderdocuments and write rou - picking and ability to drive tine reports & correspond a forklift and use barence using Microsoft Of coding equipment is a fice. Ability to speak effec - must. HS diploma with the tively before groups of cus ability to work flexible tomers or employees. Abili hours is also a must. ty to apply concepts such Yenkin-Majestic offers as fractions, percentages, great starting wages and a ratios, & proportions to full benefits package. practical situations.Able to Send resume to myronl@ lift/move up to 50 lbs. yenkin-majestic.com or fax In return for your experi to 614-253-5315 or apply ence & expertise, we offer at 2004 Leonard Ave a competitive compensa btwn 9AM-4PM. tion package including medical, dental, 401(k) & tuition reimbursement. For confidential considera tion, please send your re sume & salary history to: HR Manager Ridge Tool Company Find what you’re 9877 Brick Church Road looking for in the Cambridge, Ohio 43725 ThisWeek Community Fax: (740) 439-7925 Emerson is an EOE. Newspaper Classifieds!

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We’re gearing up for our upcoming Holiday season and are hiring food production associates at our Westerville facility. If you have the ability to stand for 8 hours, lift up to 30 pounds, and have previous production experience, we would love to talk to you! Full time seasonal positions must be able to work M-Sat. between the hours of 6am- 6pm or 2pm-2am. We offer competitive wages, opportunity for full time employment, and a tasty associate discount. A High School diploma or GED and pre-employment drug screen are required. Stop by on Tuesdays from 9am- 1pm at 646 McCorkle Blvd., for a hiring assessment.

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Business Analyst - Merchandising We are seeking an experienced business analyst to lead the analysis in our merchandising department. The primary goals of the position are to drive and support revenue growth by: • Using analysis to develop actionable business insight to grow business through all sales channels • Creating, maintaining, and delivering weekly metric reports/business recaps for users at all levels of the organization • Daily and weekly margin analysis • Working with team members to clarify project requests, solve problems, interpret data, and offer recommendations • Qualified candidates must have 2+ years of analytical experience, exceptional organizational skills and detail orientation, superior knowledge of MS Excel with working knowledge of AS400 and Access • BS in Business related field with previous experience in a Marketing/ Merchandising/Retail organization We offer: • A competitive salary • Comprehensive benefits on 1st day of employment • Opportunity for growth/advancement Please forward your resume including salary requirements to:

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Vice President Director of Retail Services Ohio based men’s and women’s retail chain is looking for a Director of Retail Services. The Director of Retail Services is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive retail strategy for our retail stores and all other associated businesses. The Director will report to the CEO, serve as a member of the Management Team and will assist in the responsibilities leading to the identification and realization of attractive growth and alliance opportunities for the corporation. He/she will keep abreast of the competitive marketplace, continue to seek improvements in store operational activity, ancillary revenue activity and act as the liaison between the stores and corporate headquarters. Key Responsibilities Include: Business Strategy Development; Customer Service Development; Marketing Strategy Development; Merchandising and Visual Presentation; Project Creation and Management; Planning and Analysis; Human Resource Management; P & L Accountability Knowledge and Skills Strong leadership skills Organized and ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously Sound judgment and critical thinking/analytical skills Clear communication skills—verbal and written Interpersonal skills including team building and management skills Working knowledge of Store Operations, POS systems, Store Management Ability to motivate, influence and negotiate Retail industry knowledge Maintain an enthusiastic attitude and work well in a collaborative atmosphere Able to travel to stores on a regular basis EDUCATION 4+ Year College Degree EXPERIENCE 5- 10 years supervisory and leadership experience in multi-unit retail industry environment and project management INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE ASKED TO EMAIL THEIR RESUMES AND SALARY REQUIREMENTS TO: hr@storerecruiting.com

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Seeking administrative professional to serve as Presidential Assistant for national research university. Coordinates and manages Presidential and First Lady schedules, including meeting/ event preparation, logistical arrangements, communication with internal/external organizations, and information updates on web site. Requires Bachelor’s plus 5 yrs experience in executive office, fluency in standard software packages, decision making, priority setting, strong organizational and communication skills, and multicultural awareness and sensitivity. Applications accepted through June 27, 2011. For more information and to apply, please go to www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/ applicants/Central?quickFind=58211

HELP WANTED CLERICAL/ SECRETARIAL CASH COUNTER Count cash & coin with sorter Load reports in sys tem Assist with phone, of fice duties. Mon-Fri, 1st shift, FT, Benefits. Email resume: ohiojobs@ afvusa.com DATA ENTRY Looking for intellegent, quick learner with excellent data entry, 10-key pad & Excel skills. Must be EXTREMELY organized. 3rd shift: 2AM-10:30AM. Starting pay $10/HR. Groveport. Email resume to: mary@ cpsdelivery.com LEGAL SECRETARY REAL ESTATE Immediate opening with a large downtown law firm for a legal secretary with a minimum of five years’ commercial real estate ex perience. Strong adminis trative skills a must. The qualified candidate must have excellent typing and communication skills and must be able to handle a variety of tasks, including client contact, scheduling, document production and filing. Pleasant working en vironment with competitive salary and benefits. Send resume and salary require ments to: Baker & Hostetler LLP Attn: HR Manager 65 E. State Street Columbus, OH 43215 cwesney@bakerlaw.com

Motivated Recruiter Needed! Privately owned staffing service seeking a recruiter to start immediately in their corporate office! Ideal candidate has superb people skills, ability to multi-task and prioritize in fast paced environment. Must be able to work overtime and be in call some weekends. Responsible for interviewing and delivering exception customer service while coordinating accounts. Unlimited earning potential! Call 614-276-2053 for details.

HELP WANTED FOOD SERVICE/ HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT MANAGER POLARIS GRILL is now hiring for Assistant Manager Qualified candidates should possess a strong work ethic, a positive atti tude, commitment to excel lence, and 2+ years expe rience with a full service restaurant. Our benefits in clude competitive salaries, insurance coverage, meal benefits and paid vacation. Email or send resume to: Polaris Grill 1835 Polaris Parkway Columbus, Ohio 43240 Attn. Darren Greene PH: 614-431-5598 darren@polarisgrill.com

Executive Housekeeper/ Manager Need mgr position filled at regional mall in Dublin. Staff of approx 16. Require duties include mgt of staff, scheduling, hiring, quality control and communicat ing with mall mgt. $35,000$38,000 annually, ins, 401(k), vacation and other benefits. Contact David Snell at snelld@pfmi.net

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Announcements Multi Family Garage Sale. Fri. 6/24 Sat. 6/25 8-2 1344 Windtree Ct. New Al bany Harrison Pond Sub. Furniture, misc. HH, puz zles, collectibles, books, old toys, bikes, tools MULTI FAMILY SALE 4803 Cannington Dr. Fri 6/24 9-6p, Sat 6/25 9-3p Furn, tools, hh items, dolls dishes, vintage, and more! Teen Challenge Yard Sale at Evangel Temple Family Life Center, 817 N. Hamilton Rd, Gahanna. Sat June 25, 9am-4pm LOST PUPPY For info, call 614-476-4600. $50 reward!!! We Have Too Much Stuff Female mix, no collar, Sale!. Friday, June 24 9AM Bugsy, 12 weeks old, - 4PM Saturday, June 25 12 lbs, tan w/ white paws 9AM - 3PM. We have appli & white chest, lost near ances, furniture, boys Gahanna Middle School clothes infant-3T, boys South. 614-337-8547 shoes infant-size 10, toys, books, games, stuffed ani Merchandise mals, beanie babies, vari ous sports balls, Childrens VHS tapes, DVD’s, CD’s, antique barber chair, 8’ slate scarlet gray "Elimina tor" pool table, XBOX PS2 systems and controllers, XBOX PS2 games (huge selection), coffee maker, metal detector, framed pic tures, various knick 2565 Burnaby Dr, knacks, and alot more stuff Columbus not listed! Cash only û û BERWICK AREA û û please. We are located at Sat. June 25, 8am - 4pm 373 Rocky Fork Dr S in Wmn’s & childrn’s Gahanna. Our housing de clothing/shoes/purses/ velopment is across S books, jewelry, HH items, Hamilton Rd from the Bob woodburning kit, exc. bike, Evans off the Hamilton Rd bikes, hats, candles, exit of 270. We are on rain children’s books. or shine. Also, after 2PM 2-Family Moving Sale on Sat everything is half 3960 Farber Ct., New Alba price! See ya then! ny 43054. Sat. & Sun. June YARD SALE 25 & 26, 9am-2pm Brookwood Presbyterian Designers clothes for Church, 2685 East Living adults & kids, furniture, ston Ave., Cols. 43209. housewares, etc. June 25, 8:30am-2:00pm 395 E. Johnstown Bake Sale and Road, Gahanna Family Fun Day! Fri & Sat, 6/24 & 6/25, 10 am - 6 pm 65 YEARS OF STUFF! Plus fishing boat w/ accessories, power BUYING GOLD/ tools & much more! SILVER JEWELRY Broken ok. State cert. A Huge Multi-Family Sale scale. Safe 88 South Ardmore Rd. Grove City location. Bexley. 6/24 & 25, 9-3. Toys, books, clthg, equip. 614-946-3846. for infants to preschoolers. We’ll beat anyone’s price! Tons of kids stuff! Sun. appts: 507-4283 EASTGATE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE - Sat., June 25, 8am-4pm Off Nelson Rd. North of E. Broad. Across from Nelson BCF Firewood Prk. Many participants. Seasoned µ 614-397-2752 Something for All! Residential & Restaurant Wood. Stump Grinding. GAHANNA GARAGE SALE TO BEAT ALL GARAGE SALES. Whatever you’re looking for, we probably have it; Longeberger bas kets, bikes, home goods, Washer & Dryer, clothes, jewelry, Halloween Fridgidaire, 4 years old, stuff, Christmas stuff, weed like new condition, $400 wacker, patio stuff. Friday, for the pair. Sofa bed, fits June 24 9:00 to 4:00 and Chevy van, like new condi Saturday, June 25 9:00 to tion, $50 firm. Call 6144:00 at 149 Gary Lee, 436-2539. Gahanna, OH. Gahanna Garage Sale Cherrybottom community sale, located between Craftsman/Honda 5.5 hp E. Johnsontown and 21 inch self-propelled Cherrybottom Rd., just off mulching mower w/bag. Crossing Creek Way. Tons 4 yrs old. Starts on first of childrens clothing, pull! Only $175. 759-8993 workout equipment, household goods, etc. Ryobi 31cc gas powered SAT June 25th only. weed trimmer. Comes with 8am - 2pm edger, trimmer, & snow blower attachments. 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Entertain comfortably here! Indoor pool with hot tub and sauna. Three season Florida room with deck just outside door. All quality finishes, spacious yet warm and inviting. Updated kitchen with maple cabinets, granite and stainless steel appliances. Beautiful private acre. Family room with full wall brick fireplace. $599,900

Vaulted master BR w/stunning custom tiled bath w/duel shower & Jacuzzi tub. New roof ‘10, sump ‘11, carpet ‘10. Fin. bsmt, plenty of storage. Large fenced yd w/paver patio & playset. New light fixtures & faucets, granite counter tops, 6 panel drs, crown moulding, wood and tile floors. Cols taxes. New Albany Schools. $224,900

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Romanelli & hughes custom home. Across the street from New Albany links golf course. Kitchen center island seats three, granite countertops, SS appliances. Tons of woodwork/trim, hardwood flooring. Bonus room could be the 5th bedroom, 2 closets, super large. Lower level finish includes a 2nd kitchen and fitness room. $499,900

5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 15X30 bonus room. Lots of upgrades, Hardwood & Tile throughout 1st floor. 9ft. ceilings, custom cabinets & bench seat in kitchen w/bay window, Double ovens, Granite countertops. Partially finished LL. Tons of storage Space. Great view of open park area. Optional home automation system. $349,900

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One owner - 6ft bump out + 2ft to bedroom. 2,934 SF plus 600 SF LL. Mud room - loft rec area, 3 full baths, stereo wired thru-out, finished garage, extra closets, walk-ins, 2 linen closets, upgraded woodwork, master suite w/designer tile in bath. Large finished lower level w/full bath. Call Mara for details 614-5950654

One of few premium lots left in New Albany Country Club. Nestled among million dollar homes. Many custom builders to choose from. Just steps to New Albany Country Club, miles of bike and walking paths. Call Mara $295,000

Hardly lived in before owner was transferred. Walk to YMCA and close to shopping and restaurants hardwood floors, wrought iron railings in this M/I split level floor plan. Backs to trees! $300K’s.

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Neutral & immaculate Berwick boasts 5 BR & 4 baths! Open floor plan with 2-story GR, hardwood floors, custom built-ins & new carpet. Sunny & bright kitchen. Large vaulted Owner’s suite with spa-like bath and WIC. Prof LL with full bath. Huge custom deck on Over-sized private treed lot. $374,900

Stunning neutral home on private wooded cul-de-sac lot. Gorgeous piano sized LR & DR designed for entertaining! Chef’s kitchen with SS appliances & granite opens to the dramatic two story GR. The backyard wonderland with chlorine or saltwater in-ground pool offers an extended stay-cation of family fun!

Light & bright 3 lvl condo w/ dramatic soaring 2 sty GrRm & DR opening to deck. Kitchen w/ bar & huge pantry. Upgrades- hdwd flrs. Spacious bedrooms w/ full baths. Fin WO LL w/ FP, bath & access to private tranquil patio. Clubhouse pool & fitness. Great location w/ easy access to 161 & 270!

Beautifully maintained & award winning home on .67 acre with mature trees & exquisite views. Enjoy gracious living & inviting family space. Incredible home w/ amazing attention to custom detail. Gorgeous landscape lush private garden & patio access from several Rms. $999,900

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Custom built Ranch on a deep lot w/deck & patio, vaulted ceilings in great room with gas fireplace, formal dining room, kitchen with stainless appl & center island, master suite with separate shower & tub, full poured foundation basement ideal for finishing for additional space. New carpet, situated on cul-de-sac.

Just steps from New Albany Country Club & Golf course, Custom built by Sutlif Bldrs. Hard to find private 3/4 acre lot backing to stream. Walk-out LL, King size first floor master suite, gourmet kitchen w/granite counters, built-in convection oven,& wrap around cabinets, freshly painted interior, pre wired surround sound, irrigation system, & many custom finishes. $599,000

Charming Cape Cod, Two owner size suites upstairs, finished lower level, Great kitchen with granite, high end stainless appliances, freshly painted, steps away from walking paths, New Albany Country Club, & Market Street, Hurry! $364,900

Immaculate & unique open floor plan,4 BRM 2 Full & 2 Half Baths, Beautiful wooded lot with paver patio, center island kitchen with hard wood flrs, finished lower level with home theater that will remain! Great RM w/ stone fireplace, first floor study, spacious master suite with walk in closet, Over 2,600 Sq FT $259,900

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