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April 28, 2011

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Residents raise concerns over traffic By CHRIS BOURNEA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Upper Arlington City Council voted 4-3 Monday night to reject a motion to reinstall parking-by-permit-only signs to Brandon and Chester roads. The April 25 vote came after more than two hours of testimony from residents and developers of Arlington Commons on Lane Avenue about legislation that

would repeal the permit-parking restrictions on Brandon, Chester and other nearby streets. After hearing residents’ concerns that traffic has been spilling over from Arlington Commons onto surrounding streets, council member David DeCapua made a motion to temporarily reinstall parking-permit signs on Brandon and Chester. DeCapua said he supports the move so that existing parking restrictions

can be enforced and to give the neighborhood a break from the congestion while the city explores long-term solutions. DeCapua, Debbie Johnson and Erik Yassenoff voted yes on the motion, while Frank Ciotola, Mary Ann Krauss, Ed Seidel and Wade Steen voted no. City attorney Jeanine Hummer explained that the signs were removed for maintenance in 2006 and never reinstalled

as the city considered doing away with the parking restrictions. She cautioned council members that reinstalling the signs could trigger litigation from residents who live on other streets where signs have also been removed. “If you single out Chester and Brandon, there has been an indication that there will be a taxpayer lawsuit to reinstate all of them,” Hummer said. Several residents told council that pa-

trons of the Arlington Commons, especially the Wine Bistro at 1750 W. Lane Ave., have been parking in front of their houses and creating noise, congestion and safety hazards. “We feel our neighborhood is collateral damage to the development,” said Chester Road resident Julie McCulloch. Developer Tim Rollins of MetropoliSee CONCERNS, page A3

CIC gives incentive go-ahead to eInformatics By ANDREW MILLER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Wellington fourth-graders (from left) Owen Gajoch, Aquila Simmons and Evan Albers with their robot at the school on April 21. The team recently won the 2011 National Robotics Challenge and will compete in the world challenge this weekend in St. Louis, Mo.

Wellington 4th-graders taking robot to world championships By ANDREW MILLER

dents from 65 schools across 10 teams could compete. The only tweak the parts and pieces

ThisWeek Community Newspapers states, with more than 1,000 par- Wellington team chose to build on the robot but also the pro-

A noisy arena during the school year often means parents cheering on their children for any number of athletic challenges. Over the April 14 weekend, however, the cheers were for the robots, and the support came from the kids who built them, and from their parents. Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Marion hosted the National Robotics Challenge April 14-16. The tournament included stu-

ticipants. This year’s victorious robot and its creators — fourth-graders Aquila Simmons of Canal Winchester and Evan Albers and Owen Gajoch, both of Upper Arlington — were there representing Wellington School. “We’re very proud of how we did,” Wellington Lower School teacher and robotics team coach Dorene Henschen said. “This was a real team effort.” The competition included 13 robotic challenges in which the

and program their robot to complete a series of tasks in the Canine Companion challenge. The robot was required to navigate a series of lines drawn on a plywood board, at times doing particular tasks such as moving objects into a box or striking a ball off of a pedestal. “We really had to work as a team to win this,” Henschen said. “When we got there, the course board was a little warped and that really caused several teams problems. The kids had to not

gramming to make it work.” The students use the Lego Mindstorm NXT robotics system to build and program their robots. These off-the-shelf kits integrate with Lego building blocks, gears, motors and sensors to control the robot’s movement. “If your robot is just a few degrees off at the first turn it will be way off for the final part of the course,” Simmons said. See ROBOT, page A3

A closer look

The Upper Arlington Community Improvement Corp. met April 21 to discuss financial incentives to attract a growing company, eInformatics, to the city. Tim Ninke, owner of eInformatics, which provides software installation, support and maintenance for a variety of medical record solutions, was given an opportunity to share with the board the background of his company and its expected growth moving forward. According to Ninke, doubledigit growth and the need for more personnel are the reasons behind the company’s planned move. “We’ve been slowly growing for the past 12 years in a very conservative way. We started with just two employees and have grown on cash flow, not debt,” Ninke said. “Our focus is niche, providing paperless medical charts for small physician offices.” eInformatics, currently at 5151 Reed Road just outside the city, employs 20 people with a payroll of $1.1 million, according to Matt Shad, deputy city manager for economic development. The company plans to grow to 30 employees with a payroll of $1.65 million once they relocate to larger office space. “We’re on a short timeline in regard to our current lease, so I contacted all of the economic development directors in northwest

The CIC board voted unanimously to ask city council to approve a municipal income tax credit of 25 percent, to be made available upon eInformatics signing a fiveyear lease for the first three years of that lease, and is dependent on a payroll increase to $1.65 million by Dec. 31, 2013.

Columbus. Matt (Shad) was back in touch with me within four hours.” Ninke said, noting he was very appreciative of the city’s responsiveness. Office space at 5005 Horizon Drive, currently owned by Teamworks Solutions Inc., an IBM software development company that occupies half of the building, is being considered. “If we can make things work for (Ninke), Teamworks has space ready to move eInformatics in as early as June,” Shad said. “The space can fit up to 40 employees so there is additional room for growth if needed in the future.” Ninke said he is hopeful that a deal can be made. “We’ve looked at Hillard, Dublin and Worthington. We work closely with (Ohio State University) health information program,” he said. “My partner was a longSee CIC, page A2

UAHS band concert to feature Copland’s ‘Lincoln Portrait’ By KATE HETRICK ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Upper Arlington High School bands will round out their spring season with two free concerts, slated for 7:30 p.m. May 3 and May 20 in the UAHS auditorium, 1650 Ridgeview Road. The May 3 concert will feature the concert band, percussion ensemble and symphonic band. “Jazz Night,” May 20,

will highlight the contributions of the vocal ensemble, jazz ensemble and jazz lab. Selections for the May 3 concert will include the classic Shaker song “Simple Gifts,” as well as songs from “Schindler’s List” and “The Sound of Music.” The symphonic band will perform the major work of the concert, Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait.” “This piece is a major work and at about 14 minutes long, it’s twice the

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length of a ‘normal’ band piece,” said director Mike Manser. “It calls for incredible independence of playing because the parts are so exposed.” Copland penned “Lincoln Portrait” as part of the World War II patriotic effort in 1942. The piece quotes folk songs from the era and calls for narration about Lincoln, borrowing excerpts from speeches such as the Gettysburg Address. Many famous actors and politicians have narrated “Lincoln’s Portrait,”

including Barack Obama, James Earl Jones and Walter Cronkite. Junior clarinetist Caleb Belew will serve as the narrator for UA’s performance. “We had the choice to use a student or a guest narrator,” Manser said. “Before I finished asking the question, a student said, ‘I nominate Caleb Belew.’ I would suspect he was nominated because of his deep, sonorous voice.” Belew has been working with Eric

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Kauffman, vocal music director and voice of the Golden Bear bands, to perfect his narration. In addition to listening to several famous narrators of the piece, Manser said Belew has been recording himself and researching the included excerpts so he can “best communicate the message to the audience.” Copland originally scored “Lincoln’s Portrait” for a full orchestra. Walter See CONCERT, page A2

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Citywide garage sale CONCERT sponsored by chamber Continued from page A1

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The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first “City Wide Garage Sale & Business Market” starting at 9 a.m. May 7. There are bargains galore and one-of-a-kind items for those on the lookout, according to organizers at the chamber. For example, a resident on Jervis Road has a 1960s public address system for sale. Then there are the specials from local businesses, like Graeter’s Ice Cream on West Lane Avenue offering free boxed chocolates with any $10 purchase. Savvy shoppers can visit www.uachamber.org for a list of the 75 or so residents and businesses participating, their addresses and what they’re selling or their business special, according to chamber president Becky Hajost. They can map out a route for their shopping, and along the way, possibly eat a local restaurant and look at a home on the market. “The goal is to attract visitors to the Upper Arlington area, and from the residential side. What we’re trying to do is support the real estate market and showcase

our area homes,” Hajost said. “You’re coming to look for an item — did you realize there were so many different styles of homes in UA?” Hajost said anyone in UA can have a yard sale on May 7, but those who have signed up through the chamber will have special signage created that they can place in their yard. In addition, the garage sale will be advertised locally. Hajost said the chamber is planning on making the garage sale an annual event, and incorporating an educational component next year. “We’re excited, and hope the community supports this event because there are so many components as it evolves, and I think it supports many different initiatives,” she said.

Beeler transcribed the piece for band in 1951. “The transcription is an exact replica of the original orchestral piece and substitutes the string parts with wind instruments, which adds to the challenge of the piece,” Manser said. “String parts are written for string instruments and fall a little easier on the fingers than when the part is rewritten for clarinet, flute, saxophone and baritone.” Rehearsing the piece can be “slow and tedious” because of the large number of independent parts that call for only select instruments, he said, but “the students are accepting the challenge and working well in preparation.” Jazz Night will allow the students to showcase a much different style of music, and will feature a variety of instrumental

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Concerns raised over traffic at Commons Continued from page A1 tan Partners said his company appreciates the residents’ concerns and is working to find solutions to the parking problems, including discussions with owners of the Lane Avenue Shopping Center and the nearby Sunoco station to accommodate employee and patron overflow parking. Rollins noted that Metropolitan Partners obtained a variance from the Board of Zoning and Planning to scale down the Arlington Commons building and allow for 48 parking spaces “We actually worked to get the density reduced,� Rollins said. He said another suggestion is to have the city paint parking stripes on Brandon and Chester Roads so that only two, instead of three, cars could park in front of

a residence. “If someone parked outside of those parking spots, they would be ticketed,� Hummer said. Council is scheduled to further discuss the parking issue again at Monday’s conference session and at two subsequent readings of the legislation to repeal the permit parking. The third reading and council action are scheduled for May 23. In other business Monday night, Matt Petersen, principal of Jones Middle School and a Windham Road resident who lives near the Amelita Mirolo Barn in Sunny 95 Park, urged council to reconsider rental rates for the barn, which is scheduled to open in May. Current rental rates are $125 per hour for a minimum of four hours on weekend bookings for Upper Arlington residents; $185

per hour for non-residents. This cost would discourage community organizations and neighborhood groups from using the barn, Petersen said. “The pricing structure has priced all of those groups out of the structure,� Petersen said. Parks and Recreation director Tim Moloney said the city can consider setting aside certain weekends to offer discount rates to community organizations and nonprofits. Petersen also suggested limiting hours that alcohol can be served at the barn to evening hours, since it is located near Greensview Elementary School. “I think that’s a good recommendation, to not have (the serving of alcohol) overlap with school hours,� Ciotola said. Hummer said she will prepare

ROBOT Continued from page A1 Her teammate agreed. “One problem can present 15 others,�Albers said. Strategy plays a part in the competition as well, because points are added or deducted not just for completing a task but also for returning the robot to its starting position. The students used this to their advantage by making certain that their robot left and returned at least once without a problem so as to maximize their score. The Wellington School now has robotics courses across all three of its school levels: the lower, middle and upper schools. Interested students have the opportunity to begin working with robotics as early as third grade, and a fourth-grade full Intro to Robotics course is in its second year. “This is only the second year that the lower school has had a robotics program, and it’s the first

year that we put together a team for the elementary level competition,� Henschen said. “Right now, we are ahead of the curve in teaching robotics at the elementary level. Very few other schools are teaching it so early.� This weekend, April 27-30, the Wellington upper school robotics team will compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship in St. Louis, Mo. “The fact that we have (robotics) programs in all three divisions is significant because it means that students can go from year to year gaining confidence as they go,� Wellington Upper School teacher and robotics coach Matt Spencer said. Simmons, Albers and Gajoch all agreed that they had a great time and want to continue building, programming, testing and competing with their robots. “Robots make me really happy,� Gajoch said.

an amendment to the legislation allowing alcohol to be served at the barn in time for its third reading on May 9. In other business, council member Wade Steen, who has been named Cuyahoga County’s new fiscal officer, said he plans to continue serving on council. He said he and his wife, Marty, plan to continue living in Upper Arlington until their youngest daughter, Erin, graduates from Upper Arlington High School next spring. Steen said the opportunity to help the county function more efficiently is what drew him to the newly created position. He said he plans to continue to serve on council as long as both Upper Arlington and Cuyahoga County see no conflict of interest. “I’ll serve until I’m confirmed and my start date is determined,� provided both governments agree that he can continue on city council, he said.

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UA author talks favorite trees at Hilliard Garden Club event By GARY BUDZAK ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Not surprisingly, a Buckeye is one of the most desirable trees to grow locally, according to an Upper Arlington author who spoke April 19 at the Hilliard Area Garden Club’s “A Garden Affair.” “Being an Ohio State graduate, I have to have at least one Buckeye in here,” said Scott Zanon, author of the book “Desirable Trees for the Midwest.” “This is the Red Buckeye,” he said as he gave a slide presentation to a packed audience in the Hilliard Senior Center. He described the Red Buckeye as being “mature size 10- to 20feet tall and wide, slow to medium growth rate, a dark green leaf color typical of buckeyes. A little bit of fall color; showing six-inch red panicles (a branched cluster of flowers) in May; you’ll get the buckeye fruit on these, also.” His book listed 50 trees suitable for residential and other properties, but Zanon discussed 14 of his favorites for the garden club. Zanon, a member of the Upper Arlington City Tree Commission, recommended that homeowners have a variety of trees. He listed

A closer look Scott Zanon described the Red Buckeye as being “mature size 10- to 20-feet tall and wide, slow to medium growth rate, a dark green leaf color typical of buckeyes. A little bit of fall color; showing six-inch red panicles (a branched cluster of flowers) in May; you’ll get the buckeye fruit on these, also.”

the Paper Bark Maple, Red Buckeye, Serviceberry, White Fringe Tree, Persian Parrotia, Gingko, Panicled Golden Rain Tree, Swamp White Oak, Lacebark Elm, Japanese Zelkova, Canaan Fir, Dawn Redwood, Serbian Spruce, and Common Bald Cypress among his choices. Of those trees, Zanon’s favorite was the Persian Parrotia, which he said grows to 30 feet high and 20 feet wide. “A lot of people don’t know about this tree. I absolutely love it,” he said. “Nice bark, dark green leaves — looks like witch hazel, which is a member of the same family. Beautiful fall colors —

you get yellows and oranges, pinks and purples. It does well in our soils. If you’re looking for a nice four-season plant, buy it. It will not disappoint.” Zanon said trees offered a number of benefits to homeowners, but there is also a downside, such as broken sidewalks and driveways caused by root growth. “I can tell you not far from where I live in Upper Arlington, there are some poorly planted trees in this little median devil strip, and the sidewalks are all heaved,” Zanon said. “But I wasn’t on the commission at that time.” Zanon also discussed the Emerald Ash Borer, an insect that is wiping out ash trees at an alarming rate. EAB is an invasive species that came to Detroit from China. “This is another reason not to like the state of Michigan,” Zanon said. The Garden Affair, which is the Hilliard Area Garden Club’s big event of the year, also featured displays, sales, refreshments and door prizes. “The reason we do this is to reach out to the community,” said club president Mike Walls. For more information, visit www.hilliardareagardenclub.com.

Council agenda UPPER ARLINGTON CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE SESSION TENTATIVE AGENDA MONDAY, MAY 2, 7:30 P.M. LOWER LEVEL CONFERENCE ROOM MUNICIPAL SERVICES CENTER, 3600 TREMONT ROAD REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS/DISCUSSION ITEMS 1. City Attorney’s First Quarter Report 2. City Manager’s Update CONSENT AGENDA 3. Proposed Legislation – To Authorize the City Manager to Enter into Contract for the Purchase of 404 Asphalt for the Streets and Utility Divisions 4. Proposed Legislation – To Authorize the City Manager to

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UAHS senior shooting for $2,000 goal for MS A.J. Norman, a senior at Upper Arlington High School, selected a cause dear to his family’s heart for his senior Capstone Project, multiple sclerosis. “MS is pretty important to my family because my Grandpa suffered from MS for many years and died before I was able to meet him,” Norman said in a news release from the National MS Society, Ohio Buckeye Chapter. “It was a real struggle for my Grandma, Mom, and her five siblings to grow up constantly helping and taking care of my Grandpa.” A.J. selected Just Cure It, a 3on-3 half-court basketball tournament hosted by the MS Buckeye Chapter, as his fundraiser of choice. The tournament will be nothing new for A.J., who played the post position for the Golden Bears men’s basketball team. He set a personal goal of raising $2,000 for Just Cure It and at last count was within $50 of reaching that goal. Norman has also formed a team for the event and will participate. “We’re really excited to have

A.J. take part in Just Cure It,” said Rebecca Bailey, logistics coordinator. “In addition to fundraising, A.J. is helping boost awareness by distributing event brochures and posters.” Just Cure It will take place at Thomas Worthington High School on Saturday, May 21. The tournament is open to men and women ages 16 and over. Registration is available in two forms for both the men’s and women’s divisions. The “Baller Registration” is $125 for a team of three to five players. The “Shot Caller Registration” is $150 and includes a team of three to five players along with T-shirts and lunch for each player. Prizes will be awarded for the first place team in each division. Admission is free for all guests, but donations are being accepted. The deadline to register a team for the Just Cure It Basketball Tournament is Monday, May 16. For more information on registering or volunteering at the event, visit MSohiobuckeye.org or call Rebecca Bailey 614-515-4609.

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Community news UAWC plans number of events The Upper Arlington Women’s Club has planned three special events for May and June. On Thursday, May 5, members will gather at the Decorators’ Show House, 4125 Oxford Drive, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. In addition to a tour of the house, the group will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mexican food, margaritas and music. Cost of the tour is $15 when tickets are purchased in advance and $20 at the door. Cost for the party is $25. The following week, on Friday, May 13, the club will present the annual Stefanie Spielman Humanitarian Awards at a breakfast from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Scioto Country Club. Every year UAWC awards a $1,000 scholarship to five deserving high school seniors living in Upper Arlington who plan to attend a four-year college or university. Students are recognized for their service to others. They are nominated by a guidance counselor, administrator or teacher from their school. Chris Spielman will present the awards again this year. And coming up on June 17 and 18 is the Golden Bear Antique Show at Tremont Elementary School. The event is held from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 17, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18. The event showcases high quality antiques from dealers around the country. Tickets are $4 at the door. More information on the club and its activities is available at uawomensclub.com.

Serendipity Garden Club wins top honor More than 175 people attended the 2011 Garden Club of Ohio Flower Show and Awards Convention April 12 in Boardman, Ohio, where they saw Upper Arlington’s Serendipity Garden Club win the top award. The honor was for a project members completed with adult day clients at Heritage Day Health Centers, the adult day af-

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The Master Plan Community Facilities and Services Ad Hoc Committee of Upper Arlington City Council will host a community conversation from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road. The community is home to multiple generations, including a large and growing percentage of older adults. Interested residents are asked to join committee members and city staff for a conversation about what is and what contributes to the quality of life in Upper Arlington relative to its growing senior population. Participants will be asked to be part of “café-style” discussions that will explore current and future needs of older adults, relative to community facilities and resources, citywide service delivery and the overarching quality of life available to and enjoyed by older adults in Upper Arlington. Those with questions may call 583-5040.

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The Golden Bears’ Gus Ackley (left) works against the defense of Dublin Scioto’s Nolan Lee on March 29. UA was 8-0 before playing Dublin Jerome on April 27.

The past three seasons, senior attacker Cam Williams has helped the Upper Arlington High School boys lacrosse team make it into the “A” bracket of the Midwest Scholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association tournament. However, neither Williams nor any of his classmates have experienced what it is like to play in the Midwest championship game. “Winning the ‘A’ bracket would be the greatest thing in the world,” said Williams, who had more than 25 goals through eight games. “We’ve always been in the consolation final. Just getting to the stadium and playing for it all would send us out right.” The Golden Bears’ chances of getting back to the “A” bracket tournament, which will be held May 6-7 at Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, could depend on how they fare this week and next week. UA faced defending Division II state champion Dublin Jerome on April 27 and plays host to Medina on Friday, April 29, and Worthington Kilbourne on Tuesday, May 3. Those three opponents were a combined 24-4 en-

tering this week, with Jerome second, Medina fourth and Kilbourne eighth in laxpower.com’s state rankings this week behind the top-ranked Bears. “Those type of games are the reason why we play the sport,” coach Ted Wolford said. “After this week, we’ll have a better idea of where we are.” UA, Jerome and Kilbourne, which lost to the Bears 10-8 in the Division I state final last year, are trying to squeeze into the top four of the 16-team MSLCA tournament. At the start of this week, UA (5-0), Jerome (7-0), Birmingham (Mich.) Brother Rice (50) and Sewickley (Pa.) Academy (4-0) were all undefeated against MSLCA teams. Kilbourne (3-1), Pittsburgh Mount Lebanon (42) and Cincinnati St. Xavier (3-2) were just outside the top four. Because the four teams that make the “A” bracket are determined by a coaches vote, the better the Bears’ record is, the better their chances of getting in. “It’s anyone’s ballgame at this point, but we have control over whether we stay in the ‘A’ bracket or fall into the ‘B’ bracket,” Wolford said. The Bears have failed to make the “A”

bracket only once during Wolford’s 20-year tenure, when they won the “B” bracket in 2003. UA has captured the “A” title twice since 2000, with the last coming in 2007. Entering this week, UA was 122-12 over the past seven seasons, with five of its losses coming in the MSLCA tournament. “At our school, students seem to place more importance on the state tournament,” said Wolford, whose team has won 12 state titles the past 19 years. “But we all know the Midwest tournament is a much harder tournament to win. You’re playing two fairly even-matched (opponents) within 24 hours and that makes it hard.” Medina and Kilbourne likely pose the biggest threats to the Bears. After losing to Mason 15-7 on April 9, Medina, a Division I state semifinalist last year, won its next four games, averaging more than 17 goals a game. Kilbourne, which has faced UA in four of the last six Division I state finals, has outscored their last three opponents — Thomas Worthington, Olentangy and Dublin Scioto — 34-13. See LACROSSE, page B2

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Years ago, before the sport of lacrosse took off in central Ohio, the Upper Arlington High School boys team was a true powerhouse in the state. Now, even though the Westerville, Dublin, Hilliard, Pickerington and Olentangy schools all have added this fast-paced sport in recent years, the Upper Arlington boys LARRY team remains a powerhouse LARSON in the state. Coached by Ted Wolford, the Golden Bears are the defending Division I state champions and started this season by winning their first nine games. The tradition continues. Senior Kyle Vesper and junior Tyler Pfister are two of the leaders of this UA team. They want to live up to the legacy of past teams and win for their beloved coach. “As you grow up in Upper Arlington, you constantly hear about lacrosse, and as a little guy your goal is to first make the high school team and then continue the winning tradition,” Vesper said. “Coach Wolford has developed this program and made it what it is. His knowledge is unbelievable and his respect from everyone in the lacrosse world is hard to parallel. “I remember having him at a youth camp in the fourth or fifth grade and asking him if he would still be around when I got to high school and, like I hoped, he was and I have been honored to be with him for the past four years.” Pfister echoes Vesper’s assessment. “I have so much respect for See LARSON, page B3

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Upper Arlington’s Michael Schroer (left) goes up for a block against Hilliard Darby’s Aaron Wheeler during a match April 19. The visiting Golden Bears lost 25-16, 25-13, 25-14. The Golden Bears return to action Thursday, April 28, against Dublin Coffman.

The combination of injuries and inexperience hindered the Upper Arlington High School softball team throughout its opening month of the season. There’s no questioning, however, the potential that has begun to shine through during a rebuilding season for the Golden Bears. In addition to nine juniors who have taken on key roles this season, sophomore Laramie Abbruzzese and freshman Mckinly Vazquez have become immediate contributors during their first varsity seasons. Abbruzzese hit .425 with 11 runs and a team-best four stolen bases over her first 40 at-bats while playing left field and batting leadoff. Vazquez pitched in 10 of the first 13 games, compiling a 4-1 record with 26 strikeouts in 43 1/3 innings. “Laramie has been playing exceptionally well,” coach Todd DelBoccio said. “There are some games she goes 3-for-4, and she’s really been coming on strong for us. Vazquez has been taking on a lot of the pitching duties and has just been doing a great job. When she’s in there, it always seems to help us.” DelBoccio believes the transition to playing varsity has been made easier for Abbruzzese and Vazquez by their older siblings. Abbruzzese’s sister, junior Mandie Abbruzzese, pitched 28 2/3 innings and had a 2.44 ERA through 13 games but was not able to pitch in a 9-0 loss to Lakewood on April 21 because of an arm injury. The Lancers won consecutive Division III state championships in 2008 and ’09 and were the Division II state champions last season. Vazquez’s sister, Kasi Vazquez, is a 2010 UA graduate playing for the University of Dayton.

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Below are the recent results and coming schedule for the Upper Arlington softball team: *April 13 — Defeated Westland 60 April 14 — Lost to Watterson 8-4 *April 15 — Def. Hilliard Davidson 5-3 April 16 — Def. Pickerington Central 8-6; lost to Urbana 8-0 April 21 — Lost to Lakewood 9-0 *April 22 — Game vs. Central Crossing postponed *April 27 — Played Hilliard Darby *April 28 — At Central Crossing *April 29 — Home vs. Kilbourne in a game rescheduled from April 25 *May 2 — Home vs. Westland May 3 — Home vs. Teays Valley *May 4 — At Hilliard Davidson Of note: The Bears were 7-6 overall and 2-1 in the OCC-Central before April 27. *OCC-Central game

“(Laramie) Abbruzzese plays at a high level in travel ball and Mckinly has been around the game her whole life,” DelBoccio said. “I think that has a lot to do with it. What we’ve had to fight through at the beginning has been getting them up to varsity speed. “We have (nine) juniors that are very athletic, and we’re excited about the progress they’ve all been making. In all of our wins, all of our kids have contributed something. It’s exciting to see what the future can bring.” In addition to Mandie Abbruzzese, juniors Margo Bennett (P), Fallon Brown (SS/OF) and Montana Henry (OF) are others who have missed time with injuries. Through 13 games, junior catcher Stephanie Turner was the team’s leading hitter with a .463 average, four home runs and 15 RBI. Brown was hitting .440 and senior infielder Brooke Hauser had See SOFTBALL, page B2


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LACROSSE “The stretch of games will get us battle-tested,” Williams said. “Those games are big games and should give us experience.” Wolford said how UA fares could come down to how well it communicates on the field. “There are times during a practice where we’re out of breath because we’re talking so much,” Wolford said. “We’re still developing, but at this point I am cautiously optimistic.” Williams said the players’communication on the field helped UA pick up a 12-6 win over Hilliard Davidson on April 20. “We just wanted to come in and be patient,” said Williams, who scored six goals against Davidson. “I think we did a good job with that. In the past, we’ve been getting too bunched up. (Against Davidson) we were spread out and patient and everything came our way.” •The girls team has had many close games this season, and that experience could be helpful in

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Continued from page B1 Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Upper Arlington boys and girls lacrosse teams: BOYS *April 13 — Defeated Dublin Coffman 11-6 April 16 — Def. Pittsburgh Mount Lebanon 12-10 April 17 — Def. Murrysville (Pa.) Franklin Regional 15-8 *April 20 — Def. Hilliard Davidson 12-6. Cam Williams had six goals. *April 27 — Played Dublin Jerome April 29 — Home vs. Medina *May 3 — Home vs. Worthington Kilbourne Of note: The Bears were 8-0 overall and 3-0 in the OCC-Buckeye before April 27.

GIRLS *April 13 — Def. Dublin Coffman 1811 April 16 — Def. Mason 6-5 and def. Toledo St. Ursula 8-6 in Hannigan-Galipault tournament at Thomas Worthington *April 19 — Lost to New Albany 1211 (OT). Adriane Ghidotti had three goals. The Eagles outscored UA 7-3 in the second half and overtime. *April 20 — Def. Hilliard Darby 15-5. Ghidotti and Lauren Drake had three goals apiece. April 26 — Played Olentangy Orange April 29 — Hudson in Cleveland Heights Invitational April 30 — Medina in Cleveland Heights Invitational *May 4 — At Worthington Kilbourne Of note: The Bears were 8-2 overall before April 26 and are 3-1 in the OCCBuckeye. *OCC-Buckeye game

the Cleveland Heights Invitational on April 29-30. The Bears pulled out a 6-5 win over Mason and an 8-6 win over Toledo St. Ursula at the Hannigan-Galipault tournament April 16 at Thomas Worthington and lost to New Albany 12-11 in overtime April 19. UA faces Medina on Friday, April 29, and Hudson on Satur-

day, April 30, at Cleveland Heights. Last year, the Bears defeated Hudson 11-8 in a Division I state semifinal but lost to Medina 15-9 in the state final. Medina won its first four games to start this season and Hudson won three of its first four.

son 5-3 on April 15. The Bears began a stretch of five league games in eight days April 27 against Hilliard Darby and still have makeup games from the first round of the league schedule to play against Dublin Coffman, Central Crossing, Thomas Worthington and Kilbourne. “I think we’re really starting to come together as a team,” Laramie Abbruzzese said. “I know we lost

a lot of seniors from last year, and it’s almost like we have a whole new team this year with a lot of young people. (The Lakewood game) wasn’t our best game, but we didn’t give up, so I think it was a good experience to go up against them. It’s going to help us in the long run.”

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Worthington Cup serves as postseason barometer By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A seven-year era will come to an end when Casey Cempre, a senior for the Thomas Worthington High School boys tennis team, competes in the Worthington Cup on Saturday, April 30. Between Casey, who played in the Worthington Cup the past three years, and his brother, Tyler, who played in the tournament from 2005-08, a Cempre has been one of the Cardinals’ three representatives at the Cup since 2005. “I look forward to it a lot,” said Casey Cempre, who placed fourth in singles last year. “It’s always exciting to play in a tournament like that with such a great caliber of players.” The Cup will feature a doubles team and a singles player from Dublin Jerome, Gahanna, Hilliard Davidson, Olentangy Liberty, St. Charles, Thomas, Upper Arlington and Worthington Kilbourne. The first round will be split between Thomas and Kilbourne with the finals being held at Kilbourne. Last year, UA scored 16 points to win the Cup for the first time since 1999 and snap Kilbourne’s two-year run as champion. The Wolves (10) placed second, followed by Liberty (9), St. Charles (9), Jerome (8), Davidson (8), New Albany (7) and Thomas (7). The Cup has been a barometer for central Ohio boys tennis talent. The past two years, five of the

top four finishers in the Division I state doubles tournament were from central Ohio and all played in the Worthington Cup, including 2010 state champions Billy Weldon and Stu Little of Upper Arlington and 2009 state champions Kevin Metka and Jonny Price of Kilbourne. “Winning the Worthington Cup last year was very important. We built up a lot of confidence,” Little said. “Billy and I had some close, good wins at the Worthington Cup against teams we would face later in the district and state tournaments. Pulling out those types of matches was huge.” The Cup should have another talented field this year. As of April 23, Jerome (10-0), Gahanna (73), Upper Arlington (7-1), Thomas (7-1) and St. Charles (6-1) were a combined 37-6. Thomas comes into the tournament after winning the Davidson Doubles Classic on April 16. The Cardinals scored 26 points to finish ahead of New Albany (24), Cincinnati Seven Hills (23), Dublin Coffman (21), Liberty (21), Watterson (14), Davidson (12) and Kilbourne (7). Thomas coach Tyler Stephen wants his team to continue to build momentum in the Cup. “Winning the Davidson Doubles Classic was a big step for our program. It’s a little ironic because most area teams wouldn’t conSee TENNIS, page B5

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Central District’s eight state qualifiers in singles and all eight of its state qualifiers in doubles have played in the Cup. In the past, the tournament attracted teams from the Cincinnati and Cleveland areas as well as Columbus. However, since the Cup limits each team to three players, many out-of-town teams have been staying away. “Over the past couple of the years, it has become more of a Columbus tournament,” Kilbourne coach Steve Metzmaier said. “A lot of teams don’t like to come here because of that format, but on the other hand, its tradition draws a lot of the top players in the area to play in it. The road to the state tournament often goes through the Worthington Cup.” “There’s a lot of history to the Worthington Cup,” said Davidson coach Shawn Walton, who played in the event in 1983 when he attended Upper Arlington. “It’s a nice change in format from some of the other tournaments and a lot of teams test their lineups for the sectional and district tournaments there.” The focus on central Ohio has not meant a drop-off in talent. Since 2008, the Central District has produced three Division I state doubles champions and two Division I singles champions. All but one of them, 2009 singles champion Peter Kobelt of New Albany, played in the Cup. The past two years, three of the

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LARSON chemistry pretty good. Coach Wolford has taught us that 75 percent of all goals scored come from the transition game on the field, and when we have the man advantage, we need to attack the goal and capitalize on the situation. We are getting better at this and should be really good as the season winds down.” Both Vesper and Pfister said lacrosse has been important in developing into the young men they are today. “There is a movie I have seen called ‘Band of Brothers’ that illustrates how I feel about my sport,” Vesper said. “The brotherhood in the movie signed a paper saying they would back each other always and that is the way it is on this UA lacrosse team. We all understand the pressure on us to keep the team tradition what it is and we all look up to the players who have gone before us to make the record so outstanding. Lacrosse has helped me strive to be the best person I can be.” Pfister added, “I am amazed at all the friendships I have made through lacrosse, and this sport has given me the unique platform to mentor younger kids and teach them the lessons I have learned about life.” At Upper Arlington, the cycle of success continues. I’ll see you at a game.

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Top stories Under Control: Olentangy junior pitcher Haleigh Breuer struggled with her control last season. Knowing she would be counted on more, she worked harder in the offseason and now it’s paying off. Big Man on the Run: Hilliard Davidson’s Jordan Weatherby doesn’t look the part, but he competes on the sprint relays for the track team. Adjusting to Injury: Canal Winchester’s Sam Decker played football until suffering an eye injury at age 13. Forced to give up contact sports, he has become one of the area’s top swimmers and also competes for the track team. Double Time: Despite his parents’ involvement in volleyball, Watterson sophomore Joe Mankovecky took his time before deciding to play the sport. He also is the top highjumper on the track team.

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Baseball team struggling to reach potential By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Wellington School baseball coach Craig Jones knows his team is capable of playing better, and that belief is not lost on his players. “The guys all know we can perform better,” said Jones, whose team was 2-9 entering the week. “And we believe it will happen. But we have to take responsibility for the things we’re not doing.” The Jaguars have been hurt by mistakes, both offensively and defensively. Through 10 games, they had committed 68 errors in the field and had struck out 73 times and stranded 40 base runners. “We’ve been giving teams extra outs,” Jones said. “We know what we’re doing wrong, but we haven’t had the opportunity to correct it.” Wellington has struggled with a demanding schedule and the weather. The Jaguars had an out-

door practice on April 18 for only the second time this season. Jones thought he was going to get some extra practice time in when he scheduled a training trip down to Orlando, Fla., for spring break, but his team ran into the weather problems in Florida as well. Wellington lost to Orangeburg (S.C.) Preparatory School 13-1 on March 31 and lost to Minong (Wis.) Northwood 24-5 and New York (N.Y.) Dalton School 12-1 on April 1 before it held its first outdoor practice. The Jaguars also have had a hard time getting in their games against fellow Division IV opponents. The first game they played against such an opponent was their 3-1 win over Granville Christian on April 21. The weather wiped out a doubleheader against Shekinah Christian on April 23 as well as a doubleheader with Madison Christian on April 16 and a game against Fisher Catholic on April 5.

Starting with a game against Tree of Life on April 26, the Jaguars are scheduled to face a Division IV opponent in five of their last eight regular-season games. “That’s somewhat by design,” Jones said. “I like (the players) to play up against some good, competitive teams (in higher divisions). “I think the biggest positive for us has been our attitude as a team. While it has been a rough start, no one is giving up on the season or starting to doubt that we can’t turn it around.” •Softball coach Randy Saxour thought his program had a pivotal moment in a 13-8 come-from-behind win over Grandview on April 13. However, entering the week, the Jaguars hadn’t played since that win. “You worry about your team getting rusty,” Saxour said. See JAGUARS, page B6

At a glance

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Wellington baseball, boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, softball and boys tennis teams: BASEBALL April 12 — Lost Marion-Franklin 133 April 13 — Lost to Hartley 30-2 April 14 — Lost to Grandview 16-6 April 16 — Doubleheader vs. Madison Christian postponed April 21 — Defeated Granville Christian 3-1 April 23 — Doubleheader vs. Shekinah Christian postponed April 25 — Game vs. Ready canceled April 26 — Played Tree of Life April 28 — At Columbus West April 29 — Game vs. Grove City Christian canceled April 30 — Home vs. Harvest Prep (DH) May 3 — Home vs. Brookhaven Of note: The Jaguars were 2-9 before April 28.

BOYS LACROSSE April 12 — Lost to Hilliard Bradley 54 April 13 — Lost to Dublin Scioto 126 April 15 — Lost to Westerville Central 19-6 April 20 — Lost to Watterson 14-9 April 28 — Home vs. DeSales April 29 — Home vs. Gahanna May 3 — At Granville Of note: The Jaguars are 4-5. GIRLS LACROSSE April 11 — Lost to New Albany 14-6 *April 12 — Def. Hartley 10-9 *April 13 — Def. Watterson 10-8 April 16 — Def. Gates Mills Hawken 14-13 (OT) *April 21 — Lost to Columbus Academy 15-7 *April 28 — At DeSales April 29 — Home vs. Cincinnati Seven Hills April 30 — Home vs. Cincinnati Summit Country Day *May 3 — At Bexley May 5 — At Hilliard Darby Of note: The Jaguars are 4-3 overall and 2-1 in the CIL. *CIL game

SOFTBALL April 12 — Game vs. Tree of Life postponed April 13 — Def. Grandview 13-8 April 14 — Game vs. Brookhaven postponed April 16 — Game at Franklin Heights canceled April 20 — Game vs. Beechcroft postponed April 25 — Game vs. Miami Trace postponed. No makeup date set. April 26 — Played Columbus East April 28 — At Columbus West April 29 — At Tree of Life Of note: The Jaguars were 4-4 before April 26. BOYS TENNIS April 12 — Match vs. Bexley postponed April 13 — Lost to St. Charles 3-2 April 14 — Def. Worthington Christian 5-0 April 20 — Def. Granville 5-0 April 25 — Match vs. New Albany postponed. No makeup date set. April 26 — Played Village Academy April 28 — At Centennial May 2 — Home vs. Kilbourne Of note: The Jaguars were 4-2 before April 26.

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LARSON chemistry pretty good. Coach Wolford has taught us that 75 percent of all goals scored come from the transition game on the field, and when we have the man advantage, we need to attack the goal and capitalize on the situation. We are getting better at this and should be really good as the season winds down.” Both Vesper and Pfister said lacrosse has been important in developing into the young men they are today. “There is a movie I have seen called ‘Band of Brothers’ that illustrates how I feel about my sport,” Vesper said. “The brotherhood in the movie signed a paper saying they would back each other always and that is the way it is on this UA lacrosse team. We all understand the pressure on us to keep the team tradition what it is and we all look up to the players who have gone before us to make the record so outstanding. Lacrosse has helped me strive to be the best person I can be.” Pfister added, “I am amazed at all the friendships I have made through lacrosse, and this sport has given me the unique platform to mentor younger kids and teach them the lessons I have learned about life.” At Upper Arlington, the cycle of success continues. I’ll see you at a game.

Continued from page B1

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE RETURNS In the fourth week of a spring football series looking at central Ohio high school programs, ThisWeek is featuring the OCC-Capital Division. To read full offseason stories on each team, as well as any throughout central Ohio during the coming weeks, go to Friday Night Live at ThisWeekSPORTS.com. Next week: City-North

Top stories Under Control: Olentangy junior pitcher Haleigh Breuer struggled with her control last season. Knowing she would be counted on more, she worked harder in the offseason and now it’s paying off. Big Man on the Run: Hilliard Davidson’s Jordan Weatherby doesn’t look the part, but he competes on the sprint relays for the track team. Adjusting to Injury: Canal Winchester’s Sam Decker played football until suffering an eye injury at age 13. Forced to give up contact sports, he has become one of the area’s top swimmers and also competes for the track team. Double Time: Despite his parents’ involvement in volleyball, Watterson sophomore Joe Mankovecky took his time before deciding to play the sport. He also is the top highjumper on the track team.

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Photo of the week EYE JUMPER — Kendal Witherup of Central Crossing keeps her eyes on the bar after a successful high jump attempt during a meet April 19 at Worthington Kilbourne.

foot taller and 100 pounds heavier than most guys I run against, but I’m faster or just as fast as a lot of them.” — Jordan Weatherby, a 6foot-4, 260-pound junior on the Hilliard Davidson track and field team. Weatherby throws the shot and discus as well as running on sprint relays.

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the time coach Wolford puts in to make our program one of the top ones in Ohio,” Pfister said. “All you have to do is look at all the players he has coached that have gone on to college lacrosse and coach makes them better people than lacrosse players. Having some of those past players come back and watch us play and sometimes talk to us is a huge motivator to keep our team at the top.” The Bears always are prepared to play, but they never rest on their laurels. “We come out every game knowing we have a major target on our back and we know we had better play to the best of our capabilities,” Pfister said. “To me, our strength is the vision we have on the field. We work for each other and concentrate on the team aspect of lacrosse. I think we were a bit hesitant last year and we seem to be a little more confident in our abilities this spring, but I personally don’t think we have played our best to this point in the season because we seem to play down to our opponents’ abilities some. We need to be better.” Vesper agrees with his teammate. “We are really not where we should be at this point in the season,” he said. “Maybe we are more worried about keeping our tradition up and not just enjoying and having fun with our sport like we should be. We came into the sea- Larry Larson is a former athletics director at son with lots of returning players, especially in Grandview High School. He can be heard as the junior class, and that has made our team “Mr. High School Sports” on WTVN 610 AM.

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The Jaguars’ Matt Sorrels (left) and Shawn Meddock celebrate after scoring runs against Granville Christian.

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Wellington’s Billy Brisk (right) and Granville Christian’s David McCoy look to the umpire for the call at second base April 21. Brisk was called out as the Jaguars won 3-1.

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Baseball team struggling to reach potential By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Wellington School baseball coach Craig Jones knows his team is capable of playing better, and that belief is not lost on his players. “The guys all know we can perform better,” said Jones, whose team was 2-9 entering the week. “And we believe it will happen. But we have to take responsibility for the things we’re not doing.” The Jaguars have been hurt by mistakes, both offensively and defensively. Through 10 games, they had committed 68 errors in the field and had struck out 73 times and stranded 40 base runners. “We’ve been giving teams extra outs,” Jones said. “We know what we’re doing wrong, but we haven’t had the opportunity to correct it.” Wellington has struggled with a demanding schedule and the weather. The Jaguars had an out-

door practice on April 18 for only the second time this season. Jones thought he was going to get some extra practice time in when he scheduled a training trip down to Orlando, Fla., for spring break, but his team ran into the weather problems in Florida as well. Wellington lost to Orangeburg (S.C.) Preparatory School 13-1 on March 31 and lost to Minong (Wis.) Northwood 24-5 and New York (N.Y.) Dalton School 12-1 on April 1 before it held its first outdoor practice. The Jaguars also have had a hard time getting in their games against fellow Division IV opponents. The first game they played against such an opponent was their 3-1 win over Granville Christian on April 21. The weather wiped out a doubleheader against Shekinah Christian on April 23 as well as a doubleheader with Madison Christian on April 16 and a game against Fisher Catholic on April 5.

Starting with a game against Tree of Life on April 26, the Jaguars are scheduled to face a Division IV opponent in five of their last eight regular-season games. “That’s somewhat by design,” Jones said. “I like (the players) to play up against some good, competitive teams (in higher divisions). “I think the biggest positive for us has been our attitude as a team. While it has been a rough start, no one is giving up on the season or starting to doubt that we can’t turn it around.” •Softball coach Randy Saxour thought his program had a pivotal moment in a 13-8 come-from-behind win over Grandview on April 13. However, entering the week, the Jaguars hadn’t played since that win. “You worry about your team getting rusty,” Saxour said. See JAGUARS, page B6

At a glance

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Wellington baseball, boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, softball and boys tennis teams: BASEBALL April 12 — Lost Marion-Franklin 133 April 13 — Lost to Hartley 30-2 April 14 — Lost to Grandview 16-6 April 16 — Doubleheader vs. Madison Christian postponed April 21 — Defeated Granville Christian 3-1 April 23 — Doubleheader vs. Shekinah Christian postponed April 25 — Game vs. Ready canceled April 26 — Played Tree of Life April 28 — At Columbus West April 29 — Game vs. Grove City Christian canceled April 30 — Home vs. Harvest Prep (DH) May 3 — Home vs. Brookhaven Of note: The Jaguars were 2-9 before April 28.

BOYS LACROSSE April 12 — Lost to Hilliard Bradley 54 April 13 — Lost to Dublin Scioto 126 April 15 — Lost to Westerville Central 19-6 April 20 — Lost to Watterson 14-9 April 28 — Home vs. DeSales April 29 — Home vs. Gahanna May 3 — At Granville Of note: The Jaguars are 4-5. GIRLS LACROSSE April 11 — Lost to New Albany 14-6 *April 12 — Def. Hartley 10-9 *April 13 — Def. Watterson 10-8 April 16 — Def. Gates Mills Hawken 14-13 (OT) *April 21 — Lost to Columbus Academy 15-7 *April 28 — At DeSales April 29 — Home vs. Cincinnati Seven Hills April 30 — Home vs. Cincinnati Summit Country Day *May 3 — At Bexley May 5 — At Hilliard Darby Of note: The Jaguars are 4-3 overall and 2-1 in the CIL. *CIL game

SOFTBALL April 12 — Game vs. Tree of Life postponed April 13 — Def. Grandview 13-8 April 14 — Game vs. Brookhaven postponed April 16 — Game at Franklin Heights canceled April 20 — Game vs. Beechcroft postponed April 25 — Game vs. Miami Trace postponed. No makeup date set. April 26 — Played Columbus East April 28 — At Columbus West April 29 — At Tree of Life Of note: The Jaguars were 4-4 before April 26. BOYS TENNIS April 12 — Match vs. Bexley postponed April 13 — Lost to St. Charles 3-2 April 14 — Def. Worthington Christian 5-0 April 20 — Def. Granville 5-0 April 25 — Match vs. New Albany postponed. No makeup date set. April 26 — Played Village Academy April 28 — At Centennial May 2 — Home vs. Kilbourne Of note: The Jaguars were 4-2 before April 26.

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Sports briefs Club offers synchro lessons The Columbus Coralinas Synchronized Swimming Club is offering lessons from noon to 1 p.m. May 7 and 14 at New Albany High School. Participants must be able to swim the length of the pool. For more information, call (614) 488-6175.

Capital to conduct softball camps Capital University softball coach Nan Payne will direct camps this summer for girls

entering grades 5-12. The schedule includes a day camp June 13-16, hitting and bunting camps June 13, 21 and 22, a residential camp July 4-7 and a mini-camp Aug. 8-9. For more information, contact Payne at (614) 236-6487.

1 p.m. and a catching clinic from 1 to 3 p.m. The clinics are for players ages 10-14. To register, call Dave Starling at (614) 563-4453.

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The annual Tour de Grandview cycling event will take place June 26 on the streets of Grandview Heights. Races feature professional cyclists from around the world in addition to top amateur and junior cyclists. Events begin at 11:45 a.m. Registration is at www.tourdegrandview.com.

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JAGUARS Continued from page B4 “There’s only so much you can do inside the gym. All we did (April 20) was hit. It gets pretty boring.� Against Grandview, the Jaguars rallied from an 8-0 deficit, scoring six runs in the fifth inning and

seven runs in the sixth. Junior Andrea Flowers hit a bases-loaded double that scored three runs and freshman Gabi Smith hit a two-run single to lead Wellington. “We were two runs away from being run-ruled and came back to win,� Saxour said. “I called the

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What to do with your tax refund? While some people will save their refunds and others will spend them, the best answer to the question, ���What to do with a refund?” is this: Be sure to think it through. First, remember that you are receiving a refund because you paid too much tax. Instead of giving the IRS what amounts to an interest-free loan, you could have invested your money or used it for other things during the year. For 2011, you might have your employer withhold less tax from your pay or you could consider reducing your quarterly estimated tax payments. But don’t pay too little. Then you will have a large tax bill to pay when you file your 2011 taxes — and may have to pay a penalty. Now, what about your refund for tax year 2010? You could do something impulsive, like take a vacation or buy that hot new tablet computer you’ve had your eye

on. If your finances are in good shape, go for it. If not, consider the following possibilities. Debt reKACIE duction. If you routinely TEKLE carry credit card balances, use your refund to pay off some of your debt. With the average interest rate on credit cards around 10 percent to 13 percent, any reduction will help improve your financial situation.  Retirement savings. Unless you already have a healthy nest egg, investing your refund in a tax-advantaged retirement account such as an IRA is a good option.  College savings. Education savings accounts such as Section 529 plans provide tax benefits — a good way to use your refund to save taxes and help with future

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Traffic news City offers review of construction plans An informational meeting regarding the 2011 street reconstruction program and the Waltham Road waterline and roadway reconstruction project will be held from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, at the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road. The roads included in the 2011 program are: • Abbey Road between London Drive and Kingsgate Drive. • Eastcleft Drive between Kioka Avenue and Mountview Road. • Friar Lane between Abbey Road and Westbury Drive. • Johnston Road between Fairfax Drive and Hillview Drive. • Trentwood Road from Halesworth Road to Mt. Holyoke Road. • Avalon Road between Wickliffe and Kenyon roads. The Waltham Road project includes a new waterline to be installed between Andover and North Star roads. Additionally, the section between Andover Road and Northwest Boulevard will undergo roadway reconstruction this

summer. Reconstruction of the section between Northwest and North Star will be undertaken in 2012. Work on some of these projects could begin as early as the week of May 16. The May 10 meeting will be informal, with tables set up with plans for the different projects enabling residents to attend anytime within the two-hour period and speak directly with staff members on the projects that interest them. Questions may be directed to the Engineering Division at 5835360.

Arlington Ave. work is ahead of schedule In an update on the Arlington Avenue road construction project, the city reported late last week that the primary work on the section between Edgemont and Waltham roads was nears completion, soon to be reopened to traffic. The city’s report said preparations were in place to begin work on the next section of this project on April 25, putting the project a week ahead of schedule.

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Library news Main Library  Applications for summer high school internships and teen volunteers are available at the Youth Services Desk.  The “ESOL Book Club” meets at 10 a.m. Thursdays through June 16. Nancy Brown will lead a book discussion group for non-native speakers of English. The club will read and discuss a book about Amelia Earhart. Registration is required.  The “American Film Noir” series will conclude at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1, with a showing of “The Killing,” directed by Stanley Kubrick. It’s the story of a desperate gang of lowlifes who devise and execute a complex racetrack robbery, but inner ten-

sions and fate work against them. Johnny DiLoretto will introduce the film and lead the discussion.  Greenlawn Cemetery, one of the oldest and largest cemeteries in Ohio, is home to many successful people from the early days of Columbus. Learn more from Sandi Lattimer, volunteer coordinator from Greenlawn Cemetery, at “The Woman of Greenlawn” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 4.  Storytime classes run through May 12. “Babytime” meets at 10:15 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. “Preschool” meets at 10:15 a.m. Tuesdays. “Tales for Twos and Threes” meets at 11:15 a.m. Mondays and Tuesdays and 10:15 a.m. Thursdays. “Family Story-

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BalletMet Columbus to present 7 Deadly Sins I’m very shocked about. “The Shadowbox music is the anchor, and because of the different style of music for the choreographers, some of the pieces are a little more physical,” he added. Shadowbox producer Steve Guyer has spearheaded the composition of original music that the troupe’s house band will perform on stage for the show. “It’s been an evolution and we’ve learned a lot,” he explained. “We started with music that fit our concepts and worked through getting feedback from the choreographers, to learn what their needs were. There was a huge learning curve but at the end of the day, we will have given every ounce of energy we can give.”

By JIM FISCHER ThisWeek Community Newspapers Last fall, when BalletMet Columbus artistic director Gerard Charles first discussed with The Beat the company’s collaboration with Shadowbox Live on the program 7 Deadly Sins — which opens tomorrow night — he was both frustrated and happy to wait until spring to see it performed. Frustrated, because he hated the idea of having to wait until spring to see the finished product, which he called “the piece I’m most excited about.” Happy, because although the dances were just beginning to come together, he was glad for the extra time because, given the nature of the project, there was much work left to be done. “It’s fascinating,” he said. “We have seven different approaches (even though James Kudelka choreographed two of the segments),

BalletMet Columbus and Shadowbox Live will present 7 Deadly Sins April 29-May 7 at the Capitol Theatre. Tickets are $29-$49. Call (614) 469-0939 or visit www.balletmet.org.

■ For more on 7 Deadly Sins, including more from Charles and Guyer as well as quotes from and each piece has got a very clear level. There are some very humor- Envy choreographer Amy Seistatement,” he said. “It speaks that ous moments, but very emotional wart, read the BeatBlog at life is not just experienced on one ones, too. One piece in particular www.ThisWeekNews.com.

Calling herself a “Christian music junkie,” Natalie Grant told The Beat she couldn’t be more excited to be on tour with MercyMe and Brandon Heath. Grant said she has hosted the Dove Awards (the Christian music industry’s version of the Grammys) with Bart Millard of MercyMe and has hosted Brandon Heath in concert at benefits for her Home Foundation, which builds and operates safe houses for victims of human trafficking. “I suppose we have a lot of fans in common, so the tour makes sense,” she said, “but I am a huge fan, too.” Grant has been a huge fan of Christian music for a long time, she added, having grown up singing in church in her hometown of Seattle. “I grew up loving black gospel music,” she said. “I might have been the only kid in Seattle who was hooked on (BET’s) The Bobby Jones Gospel Hour. My music has always had a definite thread of soul running through it.” In high school, she joined a local band, at which

time she learned that there were people out there who were making this music for a living and that she enjoyed being on the road. Soon after completing a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, she decided it was time to move to Nashville. She was far from an overnight success. “I’m on my third record deal,” she said, adding, “The first two I put out of business. “It’s been a long road.” In 2005, her fourth record, Awaken, yielded the break-through hit song Held. “All artists want to have one of those (songs) in their career,” Grant said. “I knew it was powerful when I heard it, but I didn’t know it would translate to so many individual stories.” Since then, she has registered top sales among Adult Contemporary female artists three times, won four consecutive Gospel Music Association Vocalist of the Year awards and four Dove Awards for female artist of the year. The honors she counts as blessings, having “done this for a long time before finding this kind

Don Harris

The Ohio State University School of Music’s 2011 Contemporary Music Festival will pay tribute to its founder, Worthington composer and recently retired OSU professor Donald Harris. In performances and film presentations Thursday and Friday, April 28-29, a number of Harris’ compositions will be performed and examined. In particular, six of his works will make up the April 29 concert. “Music is my life,” Harris said. “To serve as Composer-in-Residence for a festival that I founded, and to offer a retrospective of my work as performed and conducted by colleagues, former students and friends, is a deeply humbling experience.” Festival tickets are $12. Call (614) 292-2295. For complete festival information, visit cmf.osu.edu.

of success. “But at the same time, I hold it loosely,” she said. “It’s important, but not important really at all.” The success of Held has made Grant one of a handful of artists to achieve significant sales and chart success in both Contemporary Christian and mainstream markets. “I always wanted to create music that was the same as what you heard in the mainstream, that the quality of the music was something you could hear on any radio station, with a message that set it apart,” she said. Her new record, Love Revolution, is being debuted live on this tour. She said the message of the songs is “the hope that people are compelled to live love out loud.” Taking the songs on tour with two of her personal favorite artists? “It’s going to be a blast,” she said. “I’m really excited.” ■ For more from Natalie Grant, read the BeatBlog at www.ThisWeekNews.com.

Natalie Grant, with MercyMe and Brandon Heath, will perform Friday, April 29, at Grove City Church of the Nazarene. Tickets are $25. Call 1-800-965-9324 or visit www.itickets.com.

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Fill up the truck Bishop Watterson High School students Madigan Crimmel of Powell and Joseph Meeks of Upper Arlington helped load paper products to be donated to St. John Community Kitchen. During the Lenten season, BWHS students worked to “fill up the truck” by collecting non-perishable food items and other goods for different social service agencies in the Columbus Diocese. Two teams battle to see who can bring the most items. Students collected more than 2,300 paper products for St. John’s.

Meadow Park Church of God, 2425 Bethel Road, will begin exploring “The Story” the weekend of April 30 and May 1. Each weekend through November, the church will focus on the narratives of scripture, beginning in Genesis and continuing all the way through Revelation. “The Story” is available in a single volume scripture narrative condensed into 31 accessible chapters. Books will be available in the church lobby for $10. Separate editions are available for adults, students and children. For more information, call the church at (614) 451-8745 or visit www.MeadowPark.org.

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Excellent leadership opportunity for a Registered RN Nurse to facilitate the 24/7 day-to-day clinical func- Unique ground floor oppor tions of the Med Surg Unit tunity! We prefer RNs with no previous Insurance and Infusion Center within Berger Health System. Will Case Management experi ence. Week A - 8:30a to provide house supervisor coverage as needed. Re- 8:30p x3; week B - 8:45a to quirements include current 5:15p x2 & 8:30a to 8:30p x2. No wkends, no holi Ohio RN license and BSN preferred. Must have at days! We provide telephon ic Utilization, Case, Dis least three years of recent Med Surg/ Infusion Center ease & Maternity Manage experience. Previous ment and other patient ed nurse manager experience ucation services. We pro vide a comfortable office required. environment in the Polaris To find out more about this area. 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A GREAT JOB IF YOU LOVE SENIORS! We need dependable, caring & mature people ready to work now! Assist w/bathing, toileting, transferring, meal prep & light housekeeping. We offer: one-on-one client care, competitive pay & flexible hrs & days. Exp. preferred but not required. Home Instead Senior Care Call: 614-486-6643 M-F 8am-4pm

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Controller’s Office Bowling Green State University Manage all aspects of financial reporting to both internal and external customers in accordance with GAAP, GASB, and fund accounting principles, Internal Revenue Code and any other guidelines or regulations governing specific reporting requirements of the University. Internal and external financial statements, OBOR reporting, tax returns and audited financial statements represent some of the reports managed by this position. For a complete job description & instruction on how to apply for this position (L-61956) visit http://w ww.bgsu.edu/offices/ohr/e mployment/adm_staff/page 11137.html or contact the Office of Human Resources at (419) 372-8421 or ohr@bgsu.edu. BGSU is an AA/EO employer/educator.

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CASE MANAGER Full time entry level position 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 primarily in the community. Mileage reimbursement. Salary: $11/hr., Monday thru Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. Option of four 10-hour work days after 6 months of employment available. Applications/resumes accepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Cols., OH 43201, or fax to 614-2982227 or e-mail hr@ncmhs.org EOE

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Fairfield Medical Center, a 222 bed acute care facility is seeking a dynamic professional to lead our Marketing and Community Services Department. This individual will be responsible for: managing the personnel and programs of the Marketing and Community Services Department; directing the media communication of Fairfield Medical Center; developing the Center’s marketing program and strategic marketing function including the use of print media, telecommunications, social media, speakers’ bureau, and community events; providing communication inter and intra departmentally; developing and managing the department budget; assures department compliance with JCAHO standards and Fairfield Medical Center policies; coordinating, developing and implementing department Quality Improvement activities; sets standards for written communication including letters, memos, signage, brochures, and newsletters; and oversees the Center’s website, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Lancaster is located near the beautiful Hocking Hills. Fairfield Medical Center is a smoke free facility that offers an attractive benefits package that includes: a generous paid time off program, health, vision, and dental insurance with no waiting period, day care center, sick child care, tuition reimbursement, 401K pension plan, and much more. Interested candidates may visit our website at www.fmchealth.org to apply.

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We are a full service land scape company seeking people with experience as a lawn care technician. At least 1 yr exp. We offer competitive wages, health benefits, re tirement pkg & a great working environment. 9886 Mink St, SW Rear, Reynoldsburg. Apply in person or at www.fslm.com Call for directions 740-964-2915 LINEN ATTENDENT IMMEDIATE POSITION AVAIL. A Regional Leader in the medical linen service industry is seeking a dependable, qualityminded linen attendant to pack & distrib ute linen carts within local hospitals that is willing to work any shift. Must have HS diploma or GED. Crim inal bkground check & drug test required. Please apply in person at 2901 E. 4th Ave, 9A-1P, M-F.

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Maintenance Apprentice Seeking an eager learner with minimal experience for a 1 - 3 year apprentice ship position with a well es tablished mgmt co. $9-12 hr, full benefits. Must have own tools, current driver li cense, insurance, & trans portation. Fax resume to 614-253-3930 or e-mail to kparker@cpoms.org EOE

Maintenance Full time position for skilled person that can do rehab work, plumbing, electrical, appliance repair, etc. HVAC a plus. Must have 2 yrs experience. tools & transportation. Back ground check. Benefits inc. vacation, sick, health ins., retirement. Fax re sume to 614-846-2735, or send to: Roger C. Perry & Co., 7710 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43235, or e-mail to kdrake@rogercperry.com

Maintenance Mechanic Entry Level Seeking a jack-of-all-trades with 5 yrs experience for a well-established mgmt co. Starting pay offered will increase in 90 days for a successful employee, full benefits, 401k, PTO. Must have own tools, current driver license, insurance, & reliable truck/van/SUV. Send resume to kparker@cpoms.org or fax 614-253-3930. EOE

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Service Reservationist Needed for Dublin dealership. M-F 8-5. $10.00/hr Good phone voice, customer service skills, and a dependability a must. Email resume to lhenderson@ crowncars.com

SHIFT SUPERVISOR Full-time position in com munity mental health cen ter - residential program. BA/BS degree preferred. Good supervisory, man agement, communication skills required. Current Ohio driver’s license/auto required - have ability to drive pick-up truck. Good driving record a must. Sal ary: $11.54/hr. Will work Sunday thru Saturday, 2nd & 3rd shifts as scheduled. Responsible for supervi sion of staff at multiple fa cilities. May require manda tory overtime. Holiday hours required. Applications/resumes ac cepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Cols., Ohio 43201, e-mail to hr@ncmhs.org or fax to 614-298-2227. EEO

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Dynamic Human Resource Director Wanted We are looking for a Hu man Resource Director who is a self-starter and well- versed in all facets of HR. This unique "peo ple person" will be a gen eralist with high energy and able to manage a high volume, full service HR department. Success in recruiting the right tal ent, multi-tasking, manag ing employee relations, benefits, performance management and com pensation is a must. The ideal candidate will pos sess a Bachelors Degree in Human Resources with a minimum of 7 years HR management experience and a proven track record dealing with FMLA. A firm understand ing of HR legal require ments is necessary. PHR/SPHR certification preferred. Qualified can didates should go to our website www.svfc.org to print and complete an employment application and mail along with re sume to St. Vincent Fami ly Center - 1490 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio 43205 or fax completed documents to 614-2528468. EOE No phone calls please.

Full-time position in com munity mental health cen QC Supervisor ter. Must be LSW/PC International Paper is seek Small central Ohio ISO (LISW/PCC preferred). ing applicants for full time, Knowledge of and experi - 16949 auto parts mfg seek permanent Maintenance ing high energy QC Super ence conducting mental Personnel for the Newark visor. Must be able to health and substance container plant. We are make quality decisions abuse assessment and seeking a dedicated, moti based upon available data treatment required. Work vated, responsible employ - with child, adolescent, fam - and part criteria using ap ee with excellent work and propriate quality disci ily and adult clients in out attendance records, strong plines. Have the ability to patient counseling. Mini team building skills and a lead, develop and train a mum of two evenings per desire to do quality work. quality dept. Skilled at week, may work out differ Must demonstrate profi supporting production ef ent locations. ciency in PLC fort while handling custom Resumes accepted at troubleshooting, Motor er and supplier interac NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., controls and drives, Me tions. Must be a team Cols., OH 43201 or fax to chanical power transmis player and not a clock 614-298-2227 or e-mail to sion, Welding and metal watcher in this hands-on hr@ncmhs.org EOE fabrication, Pneumatic and position. A degree is not Hydraulic troubleshooting Social Worker necessary but proven ex and repair, lift truck safety perience with good refer and repair and PC literate. Worthington Christian Vil - ences is. Good pay and full We offer a secure work en - lage is a faith-based Con - benefits for this 1st shift po vironment, opportunities tinuing Care Retirement sition. Send resume with for advancement, competi Community. We are cur salary requirements to: tive wages and excellent rently seeking a LSW with Research Associate - Pulbenefits. Applications are experience working in a monary Medicine Division being accepted at Ohio health or long term care at The Ohio State Universi Job & Family Services, 998 setting. This resident and ty, Columbus, OH. Design East Main Street, Newark, family focused Health Care and execute experiments OH 43055. Center position requires a in microbiology, molecular positive person who can biology, cardiac functionali Maintenance work well with a team. WCV offers excellent bene - ty and adipose tissue stud Technician ies. Perform tissue and cell fits and a rewarding work culture. Study molecular 3rd shift maintenance tech - environment. Email or fax your resume and salary re - mechanisms of interaction nician needed for a local between hypoxia and quirements to plating company. Basic adipocyte biology in obese BrianC@wcv.org or plumbing, electrical and patients with sleep apnea. (614) 842-9541. welding skills needed. Record, analyze and inter Starting salary is $11.00/hr. HELP WANTED pret data for reports, publi with increase after 90 day cations, and presentations. WAREHOUSE/ probation. Please apply at Instruct and oversee new 800 Frebis Avenue Colum MANUFACTURING staff in experimental techni bus, OH 43206 Monday ques. Perform library re Cherry Picker’s through Friday 9:00 a.m. to search, write manuscripts, Needed!! 3:00 p.m. Must bring I.D. grants and abstracts. Mas 1st and 2nd shift ter’s Degree in microbiolo Load and unload trucks, gy or molecular, cellular move product throughout facility and perform inven - and developmental biology or agriculture or a related tory counts. Must have field or equivalent educa previous Cherry Picker PROGRAM tion and experience re exp.! Background check quired. Basic science re ADMINISTRATOR req’d. search experience, prefera Off Campus Programs. Lo For details: bly in a biological health cated in Columbus, OH. East- Call 759-4779 science setting required. Required: Bachelor’s or North- Call 841-2500 Experience in tissue and equiv. 3 yrs exp.; see www. West- Visit 1125 cell culture microbiology, jobs.cmich.edu for a com Georgesville Rd. enzymology, lipid signal plete list of requirements. ing, molecular biology Machine Screening begins immedi techniques preferred. ately. Applicants must ap Operator ply on-line at Machine operator needed Send resume to OSU Pul www.jobs.cmich.edu. for a local plating compa monary Medicine, Attn: CMU, an AA/EO institution, ny. Must be available to Tim Mazik, 473 West 12th strongly and actively work various shifts. Start Avenue, Room 201, strives to increase diversity ing pay $11.00/hr. Please Columbus, OH 43210. within its community (see h apply at 800 Frebis Avenue ttp://www.cmich Columbus, OH 43206 Mon - DAYCARE PROVIDERS .edu/aaeo/). & PRESCHOOLS day through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Must Take advantage of our bring I.D. great childcare rates! Warehouse (740) 888-5003

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Applications Engineer This individual will be responsible for developing concepts, costs and proposal responses for various types of equipment and systems per opportunities developed by the sales team. A particular emphasis will be placed on robotics, welding and fixturing related applications. This position will report to the Manager of Applications.

Experience Desired: • Minimum 5 years working with sales, engineering or manufacturing - related specifically to special machinery, robotics, welding systems, fixturing and controls • 2-5 years experience working in applications, cost estimating or a related inside sales support role • 2-5 years experience working with customers and suppliers • Effective writing, computer and communication skills • AutoCAD/Inventor experience, a plus • Education – Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree or Advanced Studies in related technical disciplines desired.

Program Manager This individual will be responsible for all aspects of project planning, customer communication, liaison, coordination, and project management of major capital equipment sales orders. This position will report to the Manager of Customer Service.

Experience Desired: • 5 years experience in manufacturing and design of industrial automated equipment • Strong customer orientation and excellent inter-personal communication skills • Computer proficiency, including spreadsheets and project management software • Project Management training, FMEA and Risk Assessment experience, a plus • AutoCAD/Inventor, industrial controls, hydraulic and pneumatic knowledge, a plus • Education – Associate or Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering, or proven equivalent experience.

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WAYNE TRAIL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. PO Box 257 • Ft. Loramie, OH 45845-0257 *No Phone Calls Please* *An Equal Opportunity Employer*

Auto Sales Professional Signing bonus, benefits. Experience necessary. Unlimited potential. Open sales floor. Very busy growing location. Apply in person to Andy Bagby

Auto Mechanic/Technician ASE certified GM line technician. Extremely busy shop. Apply in person to Jay Weaver

Automotive Service Advisor EXPERIENCED GM Advisor needed with ADP experience. Flexible work schedule and great pay plan with spiffs. Customer focused family run dealership. If you have a clean driving and criminal record and are hard working, we would like to talk to you. Apply in person to Jay Weaver, or call 614-560-1835 or jweaver@chesrown.com

Automotive Detailer Experience necessary. Plenty of work and a great pay plan. Apply in person to Jay Weaver or Glen Bauer

Parts Delivery Driver Must have valid OH DL. No violations/DUIOMI etc. Must be dependable Clean and Neat. Hourly position, immediate need.

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HELP WANTED FOOD SERVICE/ HOSPITALITY HOTEL GENERAL MANAGER WANTED Needed in Hebron area to manage hotel operation. Must have BA in buisiness admin. and 1 year exp. as hotel manag er. All applicants must have proof of legal authority to work in permenently in the US. Please submit resume to: Khaliq Farooqui, Rana Ho tel LLC, DBA Best Western Lakewood Inn, 122 Arrow head Blvd. Hebron, OH 43025.

SUBWAY Subway@ Tuttle Crossing Hiring sandwich artist and shift managers. Please call Tim @ 614-554-5772.

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JOSEPH Auto Center Of Columbus USED CARS TO BE SOLD TO THE PUBLIC FOR AS LOW AS *$88 LOCAL COLUMBUS DEALER TO CLEAR OUT OVER $1,000,000 WORTH OF PRE-OWNED VEHICLES BEGINNING THIS TUESDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2011 Columbus Ohio – Management of Joseph Auto Center of Columbus has announced their plan to sell their used vehicle inventory to the public by means of an $88 super sale beginning this April 26th, 2011 and running through Sunday May 1st. During this event every used vehicle will be sold for thousands below original price, including cars for just $88. Why price them so low? According to Max Machuta, the general manager at Joseph Auto Center of Columbus, “The recent strong economy has driven interest rates down. This allows more and more people to trade up to new vehicles. Plus, with auto leasing at an all time high, we are seeing more lease return vehicles than ever. In short, the used car market is becoming dangerously saturated. Given the economic circumstances we face, we have no choice but to sell this inventory as quickly as possible.” Joseph Auto Center of Columbus has decided to offer these vehicles to the public for thousands below normal values before they go to the auction. “The community has shown us great support and we are very grateful. We would rather give these great deals to the public than unload them at an auction.” A huge selection of over 150 pre-owned cars, trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles will be available for this event. “We absolutely must reduce our used car inventory at all costs. Customers can expect these vehicles to be sold for near or below wholesale,” he stated. “Cars that would normally sell for $1,000 or $2,000 will sell for as little as $88. Cars that would normally sell for $3,000 to $12,000 will be thousands lower. There’s truly a vehicle for everyone’s budget.”Vehicles will be on display at Joseph Auto Center of Columbus 4300 W. Dublin Granville Rd, Dublin Oh 43017. Here’s how the $88 super sale works: at 1:30 pm all vehicles will be opened so that customers may inspect the vehicles. The retail price will be posted on the windshield of each vehicle. When the $88 super sale begins at 3:30 pm the price blaster will cross out the retail price on each vehicle and replace it with the new super sale price. Whoever is sitting in the vehicle when the event begins will have the first chance to purchase that vehicle at the super sale price. Prices will be cut one time to the rock bottom price, including vehicles for only $88. This super sale is for the public only, auto dealers and wholesalers are not permitted to participate. “It’s just that simple,” he said. “Choose the vehicle you are interested in, be the first one behind the wheel and you get the first opportunity to purchase the vehicle at the super sale price.” Joseph Auto Center of Columbus will have special finance and credit analyst on hand. You can stop in to pre-register or call 614-717-9494 for assistance. If you have had trouble obtaining auto financing in the past, don’t count yourself out. If you bring a current paystub and your driver’s license, chances are we can arrange financing for you. “This $88 super sale will be the biggest event we have ever had,” the used car manager said. “I expect over 100 customers to leave Tuesday with great cars at great prices.” “If you have been waiting for a great deal on a used car or truck, the wait is over! The $88 super sale on Tuesday will be the perfect opportunity to get a quality car or truck at substantial savings when we drastically reduce our inventory.” The $88 super sale will be held at Joseph Auto Center of Columbus located at 161, Between Sawmill and Riverside, Next to Wendy’s Headquarters, Dublin OH 43017. Only one $88 vehicle per family please. Questions can be directed to any sales professional at Joseph Auto Center of Columbus 614-717-9494 *$88 plus tax, title & license fees. 2 cars only sold at $88

2010 Hummer H3 SUV

2009 Hummer H3T

2010 Chevrolet Impala LT

Luxury Edition, Automatic, 3K Miles, Silver

Red, Automatic, 31K Miles

Automatic, 27K Miles, Gold Mist

2010 Buick Lucerne

2007 Chevrolet Aveo 5

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LT

2010 Chevrolet HHR LS

2010 Chevrolet HHR LS

2010 Chevrolet Impala LS

2010 Chevrolet Malibu LS

2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Automatic, Silver, #10000

Blue, 22K Miles, #10116

Black, 42K Miles, #10112

Automatic, 36K Miles, #10103

Blue, 34K Miles, #10121

Silver, 38K Miles

Summit White, 43K Miles, #10072

Graystone, 62K Miles, Automatic, #10101B

2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT

2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT

2010 Chrysler Sebring Limited

2010 Chrysler Sebring Limited

2007 Dodge Caravan SE

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE

2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie

1991 Dodge Stealth

Automatic, Taupe, 24K Miles Silver, 63K Miles, FWD, #10113 Automatic, FWD, 28K Miles, #10093 FWD, Silver, 26K Miles, #10094

67K Miles, White, #10118

Automatic, Black, 39K Miles, #10100 47K Miles, Automatic, #9981A

Red, 78K Miles, #10119

1997 Ford F-150

2007 GMC Yukon

2003 Hummer H2

2007 Hummer H3 SUV

2007 Hummer H3 SUV

2007 Hummer H2 SUV

2009 Hyundai Accent GLS

2011 Hyundai Sonata

Blue, #9956C

Black Onys, Automatic, 4WD, #9944

Automatic, Pewter, 4WD #9982

Red, 4WD, 67K Miles #9948

58K Miles, Black, #10027A

Maroon, Automatic, #10109

45K Miles, Silver, #10124

White, 30K Miles, Automatic, #10081

2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

2002 Jeep Liberty Sport

2004 Lexus RX 330

2001 Lincoln Town Car Cartier

1993 Pontiac Grand Prix LE

2007 Saturn Vue V6

2009 Toyota Corolla

1999 Toyota Rav 4

White, 89K Miles, Automatic, #10110

Silver, Automatic, #9961A

Automatic, 86K Miles, #028501

Silver, Automatic, #10096A

FWD, #9946B

Chili Pepper Red, 89K Miles, #10114 47K Miles, Desert Sand, #9707C White, 83K Miles, 4WD, #10115

Vehicles for illustration purposes only.

Joseph Auto Center Of Columbus 4300 W Dublin Granville Rd. 877-583-1998 www.josephautocenterofcolumbus.com Dublin, OH 43017


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