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GVS OKs $1,500 to conduct survey By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers A German Village group soon will send out a communitywide survey seeking input on a proposed aging-in-place program. The German Village Society’s board of trustees on May 2 approved spending $1,500 for mailing the questionnaires to each of the neighborhood’s 2,100 households.

The surveys will be distributed in midMay. Carolyn McCall, who chairs the society’s long-range planning committee, said the survey is designed to gauge interest in German Village Connections, an organization that would provide a number of services for seniors who couldn’t otherwise perform the tasks themselves. For nine months, the committee has been building the structure for the program. McCall said the responses could

help the committee decide whether to pursue German Village Connections or give it up entirely. “I think it’s going to be a key decisionmaker,” she said. “If it’s going to be an overwhelming response, it’s full-steam ahead.” The survey asks, among other questions, whether residents would be interested in the services, whether they’d be willing to pay dues and if they’d volunteer.

GVS board president Brian Santin said some of the questions were vague and he would like to see them be clearer. “I just want to make sure we’re providing the most effective means of sampling the community,” he said. McCall said the committee would evaluate the responses to determine the next course of action. The committee is on course with its planning and will make its decision on German Village Connections by the end of the year.

In other news from the meeting, Wayne Owens, founder and general manager of the Village Singers, reminded the board that the group’s next concert is slated for 7 p.m. May 14 and 2 p.m. May 15 at the Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St. The vocal group will perform “An American Songbook,” featuring numbers from American songwriters and musicians. Admission is $10 at the door. gseman@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

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Residents: decorative plants are targets for thieves By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Sue Meigs, owner of theDogWorks/cats2, holds Beaver the cat at her pet-supply store in German VIllage April 28. Meigs and her shop will participate in the annual “Mother May I” event Saturday, May 7, when local merchants will offer free samples and discounted items in honor of Mother’s Day. Meigs said she’s giving away pet treats and will donate half of the proceeds from her “momma cat” clearance items to Save the Wild Side, a local spaying and neutering organization.

‘Mother May I’ honors moms of all kinds By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers Mother’s Day celebrates moms of all styles. During the “Mother May I” event in German Village, theDogWorks/cats2 also will help celebrate mothers of the four-legged variety. The German Village pet-supply shop is among many local merchants participating in the fifth annual event, to be held throughout the day May 7, the Saturday before Mother’s Day. “We definitely have a strong pet population down here,” said Sue Meigs, owner of the store, 195 Thurman Ave. Meigs said she’s giving away pet treats and will donate half of the proceeds from her “momma cat” clearance items to Save the Wild Side, a local spaying and neutering organization. She said adoptable kittens also would be available at the store. A fee will pay for spaying or neutering and associated costs.

It’s a great way for us to show we really do support women and all the mothers and say ‘thank you.’ It’s a great event. It’s a kitschy, fun event.

HALI ROBINSON director of Muse Gallery

Patrons also will have the chance to win two gift baskets valued at more than $200 each. They must register their names at each participating business. The more businesses they visit, the better their chances of winning, said Jeff Lowe, co-owner of Village Pet Supply, 740 S. High St. Lowe and

partner Greg Gamier are co-chairs of this year’s Mother May I event, sponsored by the German Village Business Community. The baskets will contain such items as a family pack to the Columbus Clippers and gift certificates to the Book Loft and a number of area restaurants. Gamier called Mother May I “a great summertime kickoff.” “See the best the village has to offer in unique shops and eateries featuring various specials and treats geared to please mothers, sisters and friends alike,” he said. “Make it a bonding experience with mom or simply enjoy a delightful afternoon with friends.” Muse Gallery, which is new to the area, donated to the gift basket and will offer tea and cookies and 10 percent off anything in the gallery that day, providing patrons mention Mother May I. See MOTHER MAY I, page A2

When the weather turns warmer, it seems almost anything can be a target for thieves in German Village. Even plants. At the monthly police luncheon April 28 at the Meeting Haus, residents shared anecdotes of decorative potted plants being stolen from houses and businesses and resold at other venues. Jerry Glick, who organizes the luncheons on behalf of the German Village Society, said Frank Fetch Park has experienced its share of bandits in the past. Many years ago, crooks nabbed several plants from the park. But devotees of the greenspace had stuck identifying markers deep into the soil, he said. The flowers were recovered when the thieves were detected trying to sell the merchandise at a South Side flea market, Glick said. “There have been over the years a number of pots and plants stolen from residents and many of them occurred just before Mother’s Day and in the spring when some independent landscapers were in need of plants for an installation project,” Glick said after the meeting. “It may also include outside furniture, as well. “Everyone should be on the lookout. Reputable landscapers would not resort to this. Be careful who you hire.” Police also encouraged residents to keep their front doors locked while they’re landscaping in the backyard. Lt. Ron Kemmerling said it’s not uncommon for bandits to enter properties and make off with credit cards, cash and other valuables while homeowners are doing yard work in the back. In related news, safety officials said a recent moratorium declared by local scrap dealers on purchasing retail air-conditioners and parts seems to be working. See POLICE LUNCHEON, page A2

GartenMarkt to showcase bright colors, wide variety of plants By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers Phil Keller is all about fitting a large array of colors into a small amount of space. Keller, owner of Moss Baskets by Keller in Powell, is one of 10 vendors participating in this year’s GartenMarkt, sponsored by the German Village Garten Club. He fills his baskets, made of moss or fiber, with such plants as petunias, geraniums, million bells, lobelia, torenia

and verbena to maximize flair. “I like to think they almost look like carnival colors, very vibrant and bright,” Keller said. “I kind of think of these as being like an art form. The color screams at you. That’s what I go for.” The 45th annual GartenMarkt will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the German Village Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St. Admission is free. “The GartenMarkt team has looked far and wide for new plants, healthy plants, multiple colors and textures to

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give everyone an opportunity to fill their garden spaces and window boxes with only the best material,” said Carol Porter, a member of the Garten Club. Porter said popular plants — including phantom and Picasso petunias, orchids of multiple colors and Rocky Mountain red geraniums — would make returns. Gardening specialists will lend their expertise to market customers, Porter said. “Some of our professional experts are going to tell you how to make your

pots or landscaping beautiful by mixing different textures, not just colors but textures,” she said. Also, the event will feature a tent filled with baked goods, plus grilled portobello mushrooms and bratwursts. Coffee and water will be available, as well. The GartenMarkt will be preceded by Jazz and Juleps, scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 6, at the Meeting Haus. Admission is $25.

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A closer look The 45th annual GartenMarkt will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the German Village Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St. Admission is free. It will will be preceded by Jazz and Juleps, scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 6, at the Meeting Haus. Admission is $25.

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Metro Parks district The following is a list of Columbus • Metro Five-0: Wildflowers, 10 a.m. and Franklin County Metropolitan Parks Thursday, May 12, at the naturalist’s ofdistrict programs for this week. fice, for ages 50 and older. View trillium, trout lilies, Dutchman’s breeches Battelle-Darby Creek and other wildflowers on a one-mile hike. Metro Park 1775 Darby Creek Drive, Galloway Blacklick Woods Metro Park • Birding at its Best, 8 a.m. Satur6975 E. Livingston Ave., day at the Indian Ridge bulletin board. Reynoldsburg Enjoy a morning chorus of warblers, • Metro Five-0: Birdwatching, 9 a.m. finches, orioles and other birds. Saturday at the Ash Grove Picnic Area, • Central Ohio Folk Festival, 10 for ages 50 and older. Learn about birda.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free watching as a hobby. concerts, jam sessions and children’s ac• Mother’s Day in the Swamp, 2 tivities. Headline concerts are $10 in ad- p.m. Sunday at the Nature Center. See vance; $15 at the door. Visit www.cfms- tiny baby creatures born in the swamp. inc.org. • Preschoolers: Swamp Things, 10 • Preschoolers: Dirty Dirt, 9:30 or a.m. or 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Nature 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Cedar Ridge Center. Learn about critters that live in Lodge. Discover why dirt is important the swamp. for all living things through story, song and craft. Blendon Woods Metro Park • Photo Basics: Wildflowers, 7 p.m. 4265 State Route 161 E., Westerville Wednesday at the Cedar Ridge Lodge. • Preschoolers: Gosling Walk, 10 Learn techniques for wildflower pho- a.m. Saturday at the Nature Center. Walk tography along the trails and prairies. like a goose on a 0.6-mile path to Thore-

au Lake to see geese and their goslings. • Mother’s Day Bird Display, 2 p.m. Saturday at the Nature Center. Explore nests, scat models, skulls and skeletons. • Homeschoolers: Fishing Basics, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday at the Maintenance Area, for ages 6-12. Try some catch-and-release fishing for sunfish in Thoreau Lake (0.6-mile walk). Bring your own gear or borrow some. Chestnut Ridge Metro Park 8445 Winchester Road, N.W., Carroll • Friday Night Fishing, 6:30-8 p.m. Friday at the Springhouse Program Area, for ages 15 and younger. Fish from the edge of the pond. Limited poles and bait. • Wildflowers on the Ridge, 11 a.m. Saturday at the Springhouse Program Area. Take a 1.5-mile walk to discover wildflowers in bloom. Highbanks Metro Park 9466 U.S. 23 N., Lewis Center • Warblers on the Move, 7:15 a.m.

Sharon Woods Metro Park 6911 Cleveland Ave., Westerville • Wildflower Wander, 2 p.m. SunInniswood Metro Gardens day at Spring Hollow Lodge, 1069 W. Main St., Westerville. Take a one-mile 940 Hempstead Road, Westerville on- and off-trail hike in search of wild• National Public Gardens Week- flowers and edible plants and learn about end, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sun- their historical uses. day. Celebrate National Public Gardens Slate Run Day at Inniswood and receive a free seed packet. Living Historical Farm 1375 state Route 674 N., Pickerington Ponds Canal Winchester Metro Park • Eggs, Feathers and Fowl, 1-3 p.m. 7680 Wright Road, Saturday. See how chickens were Canal Winchester butchered and eggs were preserved with• Flying Fish Eaters, 2 p.m. Satur- out refrigeration on an 1880s farm. day at the Glacier Knoll Picnic Area. Chicks may also be hatching in the Watch and learn about ospreys, herons, kerosene-powered incubator. kingfishers and other feathered fisheaters. Interpreters and assistive listening de• Mother’s Day Bike Ride, 1:30 p.m. vices for persons with hearing impairSunday at the Glacier Knoll Picnic Area. ments are available for any program. Look for flowers, birds and other signs Call 891-0700 (TDD 895-6240) to schedof spring on a 12-mile bike ride. ule these services. Saturday at the Nature Center. Take a 3.5-mile walk and learn how to identify warblers by sight and songs.

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POLICE LUNCHEON Continued from page A1 George Speaks, deputy director of the Columbus Department of Public Safety, said the amount of copper taken from air-conditioning units is down, although he wouldn’t say how much. Speaks, who was not at the meeting, said po-

lice will have final figures after the 30-day moratorium expires in the middle of May. Still, police are urging residents to mark their property with invisible-ink pens, which are available at local Fastenal stores. The pens are $3.53 each. gseman@thisweeknews.com

MOTHER MAY I Continued from page A1 Hali Robinson, director of the gallery, said female artists provide a great deal of Muse’s artwork. “It’s a great way for us to show we really do support women and all the mothers and say ‘thank

you,’” she said. “It’s a great event. It’s a kitschy, fun event. “People are excited to get out for the day and get around and explore the village. I think it’s a good way for people to become acquainted with their community.” gseman@thisweeknews.com

LifeCare Alliance honors volunteers LifeCare Alliance, a central Ohio Meals on Wheels provider, recently honored individuals, groups and corporations for their work as volunteers during an annual volunteer recognition event. German Village residents recognized included David Todd, who received the Matt Taylor Spirit Award, and Margaret Wills, who received the Project OpenHand Columbus Volunteer Spirit Award. Project Search, an agency based in German Village, received the Meals on Wheels Spirit Award.

NDCC offers classes, financial workshop New Directions Career Center, 199 E. Rich St.,

has announced several upcoming programs. The nonprofit center will offer a “Creating Career Options” class from 5 to 9 p.m. May 16 and 18, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 21. Participants will gain a better understanding of themselves, their options and networking opportunities. “Advanced Career Techniques” will meet from 5 to 9 p.m. May 23-24. Participants will learn to create an effective resume and hone interviewing and salary negotiation skills. A financial literacy workshop will be offered from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. May 25. Local experts will discuss how to manage credit and debt. Time will be provided for questions. A suggested $10 fee is payable at the door. NDCC provides assistance regardless of ability to pay. For registration information, call 8490028, ext. 100.

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Grants awarded for community garden projects As part of Earth Day celebrations last month, Franklin County commissioners and Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman announced the organizations selected to receive support for community gardening projects this spring. Eighty-three applications were submitted to the grant program, and 60 awards were made. Awards included funding, inkind product donations compliments of the Scotts Miracle-Gro Co., access to educational programming through the Franklin Park Conservatory, or a combination. Organizations receiving awards are: • A Living Community Church Inc. • Actors’Theatre of Columbus

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• Friends of Goodale Park • Friends of St. Stephens Inc. • Friends of the Cultural Arts Center • German Village Society • Glenwood United Methodist Church • Grace United Church of Christ • Heart of Ohio Family Health Centers • Highland West Neighbors Association • Hilltop Christian Community Development Corp. • Koinonia Development Corp. Reeb-Hosack Community Baptist Church • Livingston Park Neighborhood Improvement Association

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‘Mother May I’ ... visit the GartenMarkt this weekend? Now that we’re recovered from royal wedding mania, we can focus our energies on the upcoming weekend — Mother’s Day in German Village. (Though, I suppose it will be tough for anyone to top Kate Middleton’s mom this year; mother of the future queen of England is a pretty hefty gift!) Mother May I, which will be held May 7, has become a tradition and signature event for the German Village Business Community and it truly is not to be missed. What better way to treat your mom to a special Mother’s Day than taking her shopping in German Village this Saturday? Or, if not shopping, what about a stroll in Schiller Park? Or taking a walk down any one of the picturesque and historic streets? Or relaxing in Frank Fetch Park? Or eating in any one of the neighborhood’s amazing restaurants, running the gamut from fun casual to fine dining? In short, there’s lots to do and lots of places to do it in German Village. The welcome mats will be out, each business will have an extra special treat for visitors and the energy will be high. A huge reason that this weekend is so anticipated each year is

that it also coincides with the GartenMarkt. If your mom likes all things about gardens, the platz at the JODY Meeting Haus GRAICHEN is where you’ll want to take her. Not only will people be roaming our streets for Mother May I, but Third Street between Beck and Willow will be hopping for the plant sale. Every year the German Village Garten Club outdoes itself when it comes to the variety of plants and garden accessories for sale. This year will be no different. Friday night, May 6, is the Garten Club’s one and only fundraiser, Jazz and Juleps, and it serves as a presale and cocktail party for Saturday’s GartenMarkt. Proceeds benefit the award-winning programs and projects of the Garten Club, including upkeep of Frank Fetch Park and 27 Third Street flower boxes, publication of “The Bloomin’ Pot” newsletter, organization of Third Sunday concerts in Fetch Park and devel-

opment of educational programming. For more information or to RSVP for Jazz and Juleps (because it sells out fast and reservations are a must!), visit www.germanvillage.com. This weekend’s events are all about celebrating the village and its vitality. People from outside the boundaries of our historic district visit, shop, dine and stroll in order to be somewhere so very, very different and yet close to home, to experience something new yet old at the same time and to learn about the history of this part of Columbus. They may not realize they are doing all of that when they set off to buy a new plant, but everyone knows without question that a trip to German Village is more than your average “trip” anywhere else. Sure, you could go to any greenhouse or big-box store to buy a plant and to any mall to buy a Mother’s Day gift, but when the streets and shops of German Village are available, why would you go anywhere else?

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The city itself is the single monument to Joel Wright He is one of the more elusive men in the story of Columbus. Joel Wright is also one of the more important ones. Because of Wright, the whole downtown of Columbus is where it is, is named as it is and is laid out on lines that are still followed today. There is no picture, no portrait, no sketch of this remarkable man. Wright was a member of the Society of Friends, called Quakers, and most Quakers shunned pictures as a waste of time and effort. Because of the memories of his friends and acquaintances, we know a little bit about him. He was tall and strong and generally quite fit. He wore the long plain coat of the Quakers, with its large pockets with flaps folded over. He sported knee-length stockings and plain leather shoes. Both the buckles at his knees and on his shoes were made of silver and were a modest display of the success he had made of himself in Ohio. Born in 1750, Wright had missed most of the American Revolution and became known as a man who provided his own passage. Wright was a surveyor and by definition one of the few literate and well-read men in an often illiterate frontier society. In the years after the American Revolution, he spent most of his time surveying the upper reaches of the Scioto, Muskingum and Miami rivers. He also was a town planner and helped lay out Dayton, Ohio, and Louisville, Kentucky, among other places. After the death of his wife, Wright decided to follow his grown children into the Ohio country and eventually came to call the area around Waynesville his home. In spring 1812, he was called from southwest Ohio to do once more what he did best, only this time with even more attention to

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the Scioto from frontier Franklinton was called the “High Banks opposite Franklinton at the Forks of the Scioto known as Wolf’s Ridge.” Most of the land, from Fifth Avenue on the north to Refugee Road on the south, was set aside for residents of Nova Scotia who had lost property because they had favored the American cause. Desperate for support, many of these people sold their land warrants to speculators and never came to Ohio. Some of the few who did settled near Broad Street and named their home after the place they left: Truro Township in Nova Scotia. By 1812, much of the land on that high ridge opposite Franklinton was empty. As such it became a place to examine as Ohio began looking for a new state capital. The first capital was at Chillicothe, a town along the Scioto River. Unlike the river towns of

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Coming up Weight Control Support To update a listing, email ed- Avenue Methodist Church, 200 E. Livingston Ave. Hope and help Group, 6 p.m. Mondays at Paritorial@thisweeknews.com. for friends and families of alco- sons Baptist Church, 3930 Parholics. Free parking. sons Ave. Call 491-1185 after 6 Meetings Cliffside 12 & 12, an Alco- p.m. The Pilot Club of Columbus, holics Anonymous group, 7:30 Alzheimer’s Caregiver Sup6:15 the third Tuesday of each p.m. every Thursday at Glen Echo port Group, 6:30 to 8 p.m. month at the Holiday Inn City Presbyterian Church, 220 Cliff- Wednesdays at Columbus Center, 175 E. Town St. This side Dr. This is an open meeting Alzheimer’s Care Center, 700 Jacivic-service organization focusand anyone may attend. Call (614) sonway Ave. Open to anyone afes on improving the quality of 253-8501. fected by Alzheimer’s dislife of people with brain-related disorders and disabilities. Call Teddi at (614) 539-6293. Trilo Grogan Toastmasters, 7 to 8:15 p.m. first and third Thursdays of each month at the Family Life Center, 907 Lexington Ave. Visit www.trilogrogan.freetoasthost.info. Merion Village Association, 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month at the MVA Information Center, 1330 S. Fourth St. Southside United Neighbors/Southern Orchards Civic 10” Hanging Association, 7 p.m. the first TuesBaskets day of each month at the Parsons Avenue Library, 845 Parsons Ave. Call 252-4580. Schumacher Place Civic Association, 6:30 p.m. the third Jumbo Tuesday of each month. Check Geraniums www.schumacherplace.org under the community link for meeting location. Inventors Network meets to discuss the invention process at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month at TechColumbus, 1275 Kinnear Road. The meeting fee is $5 or $36 per year for members. Call 470-0144 or visit www.inventorscolumbus.com. New Neighbors League of Columbus, monthly luncheon the Perennials From ea second Tuesday of each month, get-acquainted coffee the third Herbs Wednesday. Visit www.newneighborscolumbus.com for meeting • Bulk Garden & Grass Seed times and locations. To join, email nnlcolumbus@yahoo.com. • Seed Potatoes • Onion Sets Power Lunch Columbus, a • Complete Line of Gardening Supplies weekly workplace lunch-hour ministry, 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Wednesdays, at the Ohio Theatre, 55 E. State St. Free. Call Kimberly Montgomery at (614) 206-7962.

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