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May 5, 2011

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Grove City Council on May 2 got some good news about road improvements and local employment. The city will receive $6.3 million in state funds to help widen the last four-lane segment of Stringtown Road. The Ohio Public Works Commission announced in a letter received May 2 that Grove City was awarded the grant, Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage told council. “This is a real compliment to our engineering firm … (and) a real compliment to our city,” Stage said. The project is expected to cost $7.1 million, so only about $800,000 will have to come directly from the city. Grant funds will be dispersed in July, with en-

The construction will affect Stringtown Road between Hoover and McDowell roads and will include new water and sewer lines, a turn lane, streetlights, sidewalks, a bicycle lane and curb ramps.

gineering scheduled for this fall and construction to begin in March 2012. The construction will affect Stringtown Road between Hoover and McDowell roads and will include new water and sewer lines, a turn lane, streetlights, sidewalks, a bicycle lane and curb ramps. See CITY, page A3

City seeking plans to develop town center By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Grove City is requesting proposals for the redevelopment of the town center. A city request for proposals seeks a developer “with the creativity, experience and financial capacity to achieve an integrated environment.” Developers have their choice of creating a plan for some or all of the 16 sub-areas that Frank Elmer of Lincoln Street Studio architectural and planning firm identified for redevelopment in

the 2008 town center plan. The deadline for submissions is 3 p.m. June 16. “Much of the property he considered to be under-utilized,” development director Chuck Boso said. The areas in the RFP include both public and private property. The city provides potential developers information about the ownership of parcels in the proposed redevelopment area and is willing to coordinate meetings with private property owners to See TOWN CENTER, page A2

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Jared Ehrman, 8, left, of Columbus and William Wilson, 8, of Commercial Point attend a Civil War re-enactment in Century Village at Fryer Park April 29. The Southwest Franklin County Historical Society organized the event.

Friends open antiques Golf event to aid Meals on Wheels shop in town center Mayor’s Cup By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Registration is open for the 23rd annual Mayor’s Cup Golf Outing. The Grove City event benefits LifeCare Alliance of Central Ohio, which provides Meals on Wheels service to Franklin County residents, Grove City mayor Richard “Ike” Stage said. “The objective (when it started) was to

have a social event, something that would benefit a viable charity. And Meals on Wheels came up right away because of their service to our residents,” Stage said. Together, the city’s annual spring golf outing and summer mud volleyball tournament have raised about $100,000 for the charity during the last two decades, Stage estimated. “It’s an extremely worthwhile endeavor,” he said.

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Last year, the event raised more than $6,000 in spite of rain on the day of the 18hole scramble. City law director Stephen Smith Jr. was a member of the winning team and intends to return to defend his title. “We’re hoping for better weather. We’ll see how that goes,” Smith said after pointing out his name, which is engraved along with those of all the winners on the Mayor’s See GOLF, page A3

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Two friends’affection for each other and enthusiasm for vintage goods moved them to open a new antiques shop in Grove City’s historic town center. Owners Heather Bonweg and Becky Faciane said they have finished furnishing and stocking Faciane & Bonweg Fine Furniture

and Antiquities, 4086 Broadway, which opened in December. “People who come in here now are surprised because it looks so much different,” Bonweg said. The pair’s friendship started 17 years ago when Bonweg began dating and then married Faciane’s son at age 18. The women remained friends after Faciane’s See FRIENDS, page A2

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TOWN CENTER Continued from page A1 facilitate discussions. “I’ve sent a letter to the property owners who are within the confines of the plan and let them know that their name was involved,” Boso said. “All we used was public information from the county auditor’s office that anybody could get.” Boso said Grove City is looking for a proposal that will accent the town center’s historic feel and small-town charm. “We want the project to add something to the town center,” he said. The proposals’ quality will be judged on how well they integrate into the existing downtown, and whether they contribute to property value and heighten the image of the area. Design concepts should incorporate three or more sustainable principles for site or building construction, and the development must be financially fea-

sible. Developers will have access to some city assistance, including the Community Reinvestment Area abatement plan, which offers 100-percent tax abatement for improvements for 15 years; the town center loan program, which offers up to $150,000 in financial assistance; possible financing for public infrastructure improvements; and cost sharing for public space improvements. In addition, the city offers a $10,000 grant match through the town center revitalization program. “We’ll take a look at (the preliminary plans) and do an evaluation, and if it has merit, execute an agreement with city council,” Boso said. To avoid overburdening potential developers, the proposal process will take place in two phases, with only the best designs selected to advance to phase two, which will take place after June 16.

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FRIENDS Continued from page A1 son died. “She and I stayed close,” Faciane said. “We’ve done different ventures together. ... The only person I would consider being in business with is her, and she brings a younger view to the business.” Faciane had been going to auctions and estate sales and began amassing a collection. “I was always going back to the antiques, and my husband and I started filling up our house, and then we got Heather to get the bug,” Faciane said. The pair opened the shop in one of the oldest homes in Grove City, built in the early 1860s. “When we walked in the door to rent this place, the walls were painted and everything was like we wanted, so we didn’t have to do anything,” Faciane said. Both live on the west side of Columbus near Galloway, but have always been drawn to the small-town feel of Grove City. “We’re bringing back penny candy,” Bonweg said, gesturing to a table covered in glass jars, some of which were filled with sweets. “That’s what we’re about,” Faciane said. “We’re more like the old country stores, but with fine quality pieces, too. … We have something for everyone. We want people to step back in time when they walk in here.” Over the last several months, the duo has filled the rooms with antique furniture, glassware, vintage toys, original artwork and quality prints, as well as some primitive items. Some of the inventory is on consignment; others pieces comprise their own stock. “We’re really selective with our consignment,” Faciane said. The shop has its own refreshment nook frequently stocked with free coffee and doughnuts or cookies. The owners encourage guests to partake and stay to chat. To get a feel for the type of items shoppers are interested in purchasing, they ask visitors to

In brief Water park earns safety award The staff of Big Splash water park in Grove City has received the Platinum International Aquatic Safety Award for the fourth time. Awards are presented by the international aquatic safety and risk management firm Jeff Ellis & Associates. The awards, presented to aquatic facilities worldwide, are based on the results of multiple unannounced safety audits over the course of a year, including undercover surveillance of individual lifeguards, life support and rescue skills, simulated emergencies and administrative and supervisory evaluations. For more information about the Big Splash, visit www.grove cityohio.gov or call (614) 2773050. Community headlines delivered weekly to your inbox. Sign up today at

fill out a small card. Those who complete it are entered into periodic drawings for store gift certificates. Recently, a little boy won one of the drawings, and both women were impressed when he showed up to pick out a prize. “I’ve never seen a kid so excited about antiques,” Bonweg said. It’s an emotion she can understand, however. “The history behind every piece I find really interesting,” she said. For more information about Faciane & Bonweg Fine Furniture and Antiquities, visit www. f-b-antiques.com.

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City gets $6.3M grant Continued from page A1 Council also heard a first reading of a jobs growth incentive agreement with Legacy Commercial Flooring Ltd., which is currently located in Columbus The company hopes to move to an existing building at 2235 Southwest Blvd. and bring 49 employees to the city. Under the five-year agreement, the city will pay the company 25 percent of the city income tax paid by its employees. A second reading and public hearing on the agreement is expected to take place at the next regular city council meeting May 16. One resident spoke before council at the May 2 meeting, asking that a larger barrier be constructed between the condos on Lamplighter Drive and a new parking lot and access road for the new Rave movie theater. “This is infringing upon our privacy,” said Charles Terry, adding that headlights will shine

directly into bedroom windows of the condos. Terry said he’d gathered signatures from 125 people who want additional screening between the condos and the theater. “We’d like to get some help from the builder,” Terry said. “We’d like to have more than a 3-foot hill with pine trees on it.” Stage said the builder has agreed to provide additional screening on the south side of Lamplighter and recommended the condo residents decide what type of screening they want and get an estimate for the work. Also at Monday’s meeting, Stage declared May 15-21 to be Poppy Sale Week to honor the local VFW post. Jack Reber, former commander of the Grove City VFW post, accepted Stage’s declaration. The poppy sale will be held May 19 and 20 at Kmart, 2400 Stringtown Road, and Jolly Pirate Donuts, 3118 Southwest Blvd.

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“I’d appreciate it if all of you would come out and try to help the veterans,” Reber said. The annual Memorial Day parade will start at 11 a.m. May 30, following Broadway to Grove City Road and Grove City Cemetery, where services will be held at about 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch at the American Legion post, 3363 McDowell Road, Reber said. Council voted unanimously to approve a special use permit for Our Lady of Perpetual Help’s preschool at 3764-3768 Broadway. The preschool had been housed in the church and is moving to a new building for additional space, including an indoor playground and an updated outdoor playground.

Continued from page A1 Cup trophy. Recreation superintendent Ed Merritt said the event will continue as planned, rain or shine. “It’s a time where individuals from the community and individuals involved with our (city) administration can relax and have a great day. Typically we enjoy good weather,” Merritt said. The Mayor’s Cup is fielded by teams of four, which pay $360 per team or $100 per individual to compete. Registration includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, a box lunch and entry into the door prize drawing. “We ask for sponsors for the holes, and then people form teams,” Stage said. “We’re hoping to get at least 25 teams and a sponsor for every hole.” Among the golf outing sponsors are AAA Ohio Auto Club, which hands out bottled water, and Amity, which provides coffee at one hole, Merritt said.

“Ultimately, it’s for a good cause. We’re raising money for a cause that affects everybody. Everyone knows somebody … that possibly benefits from Meals on Wheels,” he said. Grove City’s Evans Center is one of the charity’s distribution sites for its meals. “You couldn’t make a contribution to a more worthwhile organization than Meals on Wheels,” Stage said. Stage said the event is a fun, laid-back affair. “It’s a typical golf outing, but it’s probably one of the more fun days you’ll have,” he said. Prizes are awarded to those with the longest drive and longest putt. The event will be held May 23 at Oakhurst Country Club, 3223 Norton Road. Registration will close after May 18. Individuals or businesses interested in registering as an individual or team, sponsoring a hole, sponsoring event insurance or donating door prizes should call (614) 277-3050 or visit City Hall, 4035 Broadway, between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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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. Yet 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 of these people 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 detail. Ohio in 1812 was a state in search of itself. Established in 1803, Ohio was the first state carved out of the Northwest Territory that had become a section of British America in 1763 and part of the newly established United States in 1783. A nation mired in debt and with little income used this vast expanse of land to pay its soldiers’ past-due wages. It sold the remaining land to anyone who wanted to buy.

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Because Ohio was closer to the East, it became the site of immense land grants to people from ED north and LENTZ south, as well as people burned out by the British and even a colony of expatriate French settlers. The land immediately across 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 still 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 Marietta and Cincinnati, Chillicothe was a small frontier village and representative of the common people who were settling the new land. It also was directly below Adena, the hilltop estate of Ohio founder Thomas Worthington. Responding to requests for a more northern location, the capital city had been located briefly in Zanesville before being moved back to Chillicothe. In February

1812, after looking at many sites, the Ohio General Assembly chose the High Banks opposite Franklinton as its new home. Joel Wright came from southwest Ohio to carve that new capital city from the wilderness. Working with local surveyor Joseph Vance, Wright laid out the town of Columbus in April 1812. He picked the site of Statehouse Square and a 10-acre site for a penitentiary, as well, where the Cultural Arts Center is today. He later filed a report with the general assembly, listing all of his expenses, including the $2.43 for his journey to central Ohio. Wright’s expenses included the cost of paper and other supplies and his room and board. All of his expenses, including his trip home, came to $17.62. It is probably fair to say in retrospect that Ohio got its money’s worth. By June 1812, the first sale of lots occurred. James Kilbourne of Worthington paid $1,000 for a corner lot at Broad and High, and other nearby lots went for several hundred dollars each. Sales abruptly slowed when it was later learned that America had gone to war with Britain on the same day, June 18, that the sale had been held. Wright returned to Columbus in 1813 to oversee the construction of the penitentiary. When it was under way, he resigned his position as “director of Columbus.� He went home and lived in the Quaker community of Springboro until his death in 1829. There is no statue of Joel Wright in Columbus, and Wright would have been appalled if one had been erected. The capital city was his monument and a source of pride to him.

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Choral group’s artistic director moving away By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A series of concerts by the Magpie Consort will be the swan song, almost, for the 20-voice choral ensemble’s artistic director. Clintonville resident Sheena Phillips, who came to Columbus from her native Scotland in January 2000 when husband Christopher H. Brew became an assistant professor at Ohio State University, will be moving to the Princeton, N.J., area this summer where Brew has landed another position that’s too good to pass up. Leaving will be a bittersweet experience, Phillips admitted last week. “Very much so,” she said. “It will be a huge wrench to leave all the groups that I’m involved in.” This will be especially true when it comes to the “Magpies,” as members of the a cappella group, who come from Clintonville, Worthington, Dublin, Hilliard, Old Town East, Westerville, Lewis Center and Galloway, call themselves. Phillips said that her involvement with the group has enabled her to stake the unlikely claim of having made a career of choral music in Columbus. “The Magpies have really been a center of that for me, and in a way the group that’s been the closest to my heart because I’ve got the greatest artistic freedom with them,” Phillips said. “They’ve really become friends. It’s a sad thing to leave it.” She’s scheduled to direct the singing group, which met for the first time in the dining room of David and Karen Carpenter’s Clintonville home in February 1998, for the spring program, titled “The Garden” and debuting for the pub-

In a way the group (The Magpies) that’s been the closest to my heart because I’ve got the greatest artistic freedom with them. They’ve really become friends.

lic on Saturday, May 7. Phillips will close out her career as artistic director for the Magpie Consort (the third definition of the word is “a group of instrumentalists and singers who perform music, especially old music”) when she leads them for the final time a choral festival set for Saturday, June 4, at 7 p.m. in the First Congregational Church. Phillips said that her departure will not clip the wings of the Magpies, and that the members are working on putting together a job description in preparation for advertising for a new artistic director. “The Magpies intend to continue singing together, and are currently seeking people with an interest in directing the group this fall,” according to the announcement of the spring performances. “I feel certain they will continue in some form,” Phillips said. “Our spring program celebrates birds, flowers and springtime, with a joyful mix of madrigals and lute songs, quiet and rowdy folk song arrangements, medieval spring songs, Janequin’s delightful ‘Le

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Zoombezi Bay adds two slides By JENNIFER NOBLIT ThisWeek Community Newspapers

An anaconda and python will be added to Zoombezi Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lineup of tides, rapids and twisters. Two new serpentine slides â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Anaconda Falls and the Python Plunge â&#x20AC;&#x201D; will snake into Zoombezi Bay when the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium water park opens later this month. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Anaconda Falls is unique and different from anything we have in Zoombezi Bay,â&#x20AC;? said John Gannon, Zoombezi Bay senior vice president. Slide-side research in Florida and Alabama went into picking the two new water rides that will serve as the first major additions to the four-year-old park. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That was a nice day at work. We tested waterslides. Its fun, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a necessary experience because you want something that will be exciting and invigorating,â&#x20AC;? Gannon said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We rode slides and picked the best ones.â&#x20AC;? Anaconda Falls starts in an enclosed â&#x20AC;&#x153;serpentine slide,â&#x20AC;? Gannon said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re shifting left or right, up or down. You go through the slide and then burst into sunlight and you immediately drop down 30 feet on a steep hill and that carries you up a 30-foot incline that looks like a skateboard ramp.â&#x20AC;? After a few harrowing moments on the ramp â&#x20AC;&#x201D; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no lip, it looks like you could go over the side, but physics wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t allow it,â&#x20AC;? Gannon said â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the riders start traveling downhill backwards and eventually land in the splash pool. The Python Plunge uses the same entry tower and starts with a downhill plunge before shooting uphill then down again. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a watercoaster. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like a rollercoaster because youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going uphill,â&#x20AC;? Gannon said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is the first one at Zoombezi Bay.â&#x20AC;? Anaconda Falls is like six other slides across the country, but according to Gannon, the Python Plunge is an original. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a combination of two waterslides,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Python Plunge doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t exist anywhere else.â&#x20AC;? Along with offering something new for Zoombezi Bay visitors, Gannon said the new slides are

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One of the biggest questions Grove City High School softball coach Ted Williams had about his team entering the season was how would it handle adversity. The three returnees from last year’s team did not face much adversity the past two seasons as the Greyhounds were a combined 54-9, and the other members of the team are first-year varsity players. Williams learned that his team could overcome adversity when the Greyhounds defeated Newark 9-0 on April 28 and Reynoldsburg 12-0 in five innings on April 29 after back-to-back losses to Groveport (2-1 on April 26) and Lancaster (5-1 on April 27). “The losses have made us come back and play even harder than we did before,” freshman

third baseman Rachael Ash said. “(After the Lancaster game) we had a team meeting without the coaches and the seniors said, ‘We have to get this together. We can’t lose another game.’” “We talked about how we have to come together and pick each other up in games,” junior first baseman Maddie Hottman said. “(Against Newark) we played solid defense. No one let up.” Grove City was seeded fourth for the Division I district tournament and has a first-round bye. The Greyhounds will play host to Dublin Coffman or Olentangy in the second round May 12, with the winner facing 10th-seeded Teays Valley, Dublin Jerome, Hilliard Davidson or Newark in a district semifinal May 17 at Pickerington North. “The way I see it, anyone could beat anyone on any given night,” Williams said. “In the past you

had four or five dominating pitchers, but with them moving the circle to 43 feet, anyone can win.” Against Newark, the Greyhounds scored three runs in the second and third innings and junior Lindsae McConnell threw a no-hitter. Freshman Jordan Kennaw followed with a one-hitter against Reynoldsburg. The Greyhounds had no errors against Newark or Reynoldsburg but had four against Lancaster, which Grove City had beaten 83 on April 21. Against Groveport, Grove City left the bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth inning and had runners on second and third in the seventh but couldn’t score. “Even in our other losses, I felt like we played well,” Williams said. “That’s the first time a lot of the girls have seen me get upset See SOFTBALL, page B2

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Central Crossing’s Pyles signs with Bobcats By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The day before she signed her letter of intent to play softball for Ohio University, Central Crossing High School senior Dakota Pyles showed the Bobcats what they can look forward to the next four years. Pyles hit the 11th and 12th home runs of her prep career in a 15-1 win over defending OCC-Central Division champion Upper Arlington on April 28. Facing a full count, she hit a three-run homer off Mckinly Vazquez in the first inning. The next inning, she drove a 1-1 pitch over the right-field fence for her second career grand slam. “In the first inning, our first batter would come back and tell us what she’s pitching,” Pyles said. “She was pitching it inside, so I was kind of ready for that. “Before I went up in the second inning, my dad (Comets assistant coach Lee Pyles)

told me, ‘Don’t get anxious because you hit one the inning before.’ I knew she was going to throw a little more outside, so I just waited on that pitch.” Asked if she gets a sense of when Pyles is due to hit a home run, Central Crossing coach Rona Dorsey laughed. “I get that sense every time she’s at the plate,” Dorsey said. “She has that potential. She has good eyes and she’s worked very hard on her swing. She sees the ball well, connects and drives through it.” It’s that potential Ohio coach Jodi Hermanek is banking on. The Bobcats were 20-20 after defeating Kent State 7-3 on April 30. “I love it down there,” Pyles said of Athens. “It’s only an hour and a half away. The girls are great and I felt so comfortable talking with the coach. I liked the closeness they have down there.” “Ohio has a great program and is a great See PYLES, page B2

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Central Crossing senior Dakota Pyles is all smiles as she gets a hug from her father, Lee, during her signing ceremony with Ohio University on April 29.

The Grove City High School baseball team entered the final week of the regular season not only looking to prepare for the Division I district tournament, but to secure another OCC-Ohio Division title. Grove City entered the week 8-2 in the OCC-Ohio, two wins behind Pickerington North, which was 10-2. The Greyhounds and North played May 4 at Grove City and meet again Friday, May 6, at North. “Our guys know if they want to win this and have a chance to win it, we basically ... have to win out,” coach Ryan Alexander said. The Greyhounds endured their first two OCC-Ohio losses last week, falling 3-2 to Newark on April 26 and 12-2 in five innings to Pickerington Central on April 29. Last season, Grove City won the OCC-Ohio at 11-3, with Central and North tying for second at 10-4. North was ranked fifth in the Division I state poll last week and is the top seed for the district tournament. Grove City is seeded ninth and will play host to 38th-seeded Franklin Heights in the first round on Monday, May 9. The winner plays at 13th-seeded Thomas Worthington or 35thseeded Northland in the second round on Wednesday, May 11. Grove City defeated Thomas 6-2 on April 30. “We got the nine seed and a lot of people around here definitely think that we have a great baseball program, so that’s good to hear,” Alexander said. The Greyhounds are looking to erase the bitter memories of last season’s district tournament. Grove City was the top seed, but after a first-round bye, it lost to Hilliard Davidson 4-1 in the second round. “We have seven guys back that played on last year’s team that understand how disappointed they were then they hosted the district at our site last year,” Alexander said. “They were all around helping out and saw how exciting it got when you see district finals, district semifinals and how many fans come and how many college coaches are there. It’s a completely different atmosphere.” Through 19 games, Tyler Kent led Grove City in hitting with a .439 average, followed by Drew Artrip (.400), Ken Reichle (.386), Caleb Woodson (.373), Ryan Belmonte (.371) and Jimmy Gravett (.351). Woodson was leading the team in home runs with four and Artrip had a team-high 18 RBI. Mitchell Stephens was leading the pitching staff with a 43 record. He had a 5.77 ERA with 15 strikeouts and 11 walks. Artrip was 3-1 with a 1.94 ERA, 12 strikeouts and five walks. See BASEBALL, page B2


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Will Bohne of Central Crossing throws to first base to complete a double play after forcing out Thomas Worthington’s Chris Boyd at second during the host Comets’ 7-0 loss on April 29.

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Continued from page B1 •Central Crossing is looking to improve its struggling offense. The Comets entered the week on a 10-game losing streak, having been shut out in three of their previous four games and totaling just five runs in their previous five games. “I like our composure. I like they are battling and trying to get better,” coach Scott Todd said. “We’ve kind of hit a little bit of a mental wall with a lot of the young kids that we have. We’re not seeing some of the success that some of those kids maybe had at other stages in their lives, but the good thing is they’re still battling, they’re still competing and they’re still getting better.” Central Crossing is seeded 34th in the district tournament and plays at 31st-seeded Mar-

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Central Crossing and Grove City baseball teams: CENTRAL CROSSING *April 26 — Lost to Worthington Kilbourne 10-2 *April 28 — Lost to Upper Arlington 12-0 in five innings *April 29 — Lost to Thomas Worthington 7-0 April 30 — Lost to Hamilton Township 9-0 and 14-3 in five innings *May 2 — Game vs. Thomas Worthington postponed and rescheduled for May 12 May 3 — Played London *May 4 — Played Westland *May 6 — Home vs. Westland May 7 — Home vs. Brookhaven (DH) May 9 — At Marion-Franklin in first round of Division I district tournament. Winner plays at fifth-seeded Gahanna in second round on May 11. Of note: The Comets were 3-14 over-

all before May 3 and 0-10 in the OCCCentral before May 4. *OCC-Central game GROVE CITY *April 26 — Lost to Newark 3-2 *April 27 — Defeated Gahanna 5-2 *April 28 — Def. Groveport 12-2 in five innings *April 29 — Lost to Pickerington Central 12-2 in five innings April 30 — Def. Thomas Worthington 6-2; def. Briggs 14-1 *May 3 — Played Gahanna *May 4 — Played Pickerington North *May 5 — Home vs. Pickerington Central *May 6 — At Pickerington North May 7 — Home vs. Bexley (DH) May 9 — Home vs. Franklin Heights in first round of Division I district tournament. Winner plays at Northland or Thomas Worthington in second round on May 11. Winner plays in district semifinal May 16 at Grove City. Of note: The Greyhounds were 12-7 overall and 8-2 in the OCC-Ohio before May 3. *OCC-Ohio game

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PYLES Continued from page B1

That talent base has helped the Comets to their best start in program history. Central Crossing was 15-2 entering the week and was ranked fifth in the Division I state poll last week. “Most of the seniors have played together and we’ve built so much chemistry,” Pyles said. “We know each other’s tendencies and we know when someone’s about to get down and how to pick them back up.” One of the hardest things Pyles had to master was learning how to pick up herself. “One of the things I have learned over the years is how to shake things off,” she said. “You just have to move on to the next pitch. You can’t worry about your last mistake.” “She’s very hard on herself,” Dorsey said. “One of the things she’s done to get things in perspective is talk to a teammate and help pick them up when they’re down. That puts everything in perspective for her.”

school,” said Dorsey, who pitched for the Bobcats from 1980-84. “Hermanek is very similar to Dakota. She’s upbeat, positive and detail-oriented. She looks at the mechanics of the game and works to improve those, knowing the wins will come.” Pyles also received scholarship offers from Morehead State, Southern Illinois and Eastern Michigan and said she came very close to choosing Southern Illinois. In fact, she verbally accepted the Salukis’ scholarship offer after she visited the campus in Carbondale, Ill., during her junior year. “But when I came back, I realized it was too far away from home,” Pyles said. Pyles is one of three seniors on Central Crossing’s roster to sign with a college team, joining Allissa Turkovich (Toledo) and Lindsay Carmean (Notre Dame College in South Euclid). In addition, junior Savannah Dorsey has made a verbal pbatterson@thisweeknews.com commitment to Ohio. www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Continued from page B1 because of a lack of effort.” The losses to Groveport and Lancaster were a severe blow to Grove City’s bid for a fourth consecutive league championship. The Greyhounds entered the week 7-3 in the OCC-Ohio, trailing Gahanna (9-1) and Groveport (6-1). Ash said the Greyhounds struggled at the beginning of the season, losing to Upper Arlington 8-4 in their opener March 29, but came together during their spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., where they went 3-0. “After the Myrtle Beach trip, we started hitting the ball,” Ash said. “We’ve turned it around completely. Everything is going well right now.” •Despite losing twice on April 30 in the Prebis Memorial Classic at LaGrange Keystone, Central Crossing was seeded first for the Division I district tournament at the tournament draw on May 1. The Comets have a first-round bye and will play host to Franklin Heights or Logan in the second round on May 12, with the winner facing Briggs, Lancaster, Westerville North or Whetstone in a district semifinal May 17 at Pickerington North. “If anything, being seeded first is a compliment to the kids,” coach Rona Dorsey said. “It’s a sign of respect.” Last season the Comets were seeded fourth but lost to Dresden Tri-Valley 5-4 in eight innings in their tournament opener. Central Crossing has played only one of the six possible teams it could face in its first two tournament

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Central and Grove City softball teams: CENTRAL CROSSING *April 21 — Defeated Dublin Coffman 8-1. Allissa Turkovich hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning. *April 22 — Game at Upper Arlington postponed *April 25 — Game at Hilliard Darby postponed April 26 — Game at Gahanna postponed *April 27 — Def. Hilliard Davidson 111 *April 28 — Def. Upper Arlington 151 in five innings. Dakota Pyles hit a three-run homer in the first inning and a grand slam in the second inning. April 29 — Def. North Canton Hoover 5-4 in Prebis Memorial Classic at LaGrange Keystone. Sky Dorsey hit a solo home run in the third inning. The Comets scored four runs in the top of the sixth. April 30 — Lost to Poland Seminary 2-0 and lost to Elyria 6-4 in Prebis Memorial Classic. Poland Seminary scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to end Central Crossing’s 15-game winning streak. Elyria’s Kristen Boros hit a three-run homer in the first inning. *May 2 — Game vs. Worthington Kilbourne postponed *May 4 — Played Thomas Worthington

games, beating Lancaster 2-0 on April 15. Central Crossing, ranked fifth in the Division I state poll last week, defeated 10th-ranked North Canton Hoover 5-4 on April 29. Sky Dorsey hit a solo home run in the third inning and Dakota Pyles hit a two-run double in the sixth inning. On April 30, Central Crossing lost to Poland Seminary 2-0 and to Elyria 6-4. Savannah Dorsey had 12 strikeouts against Poland,

*May 6 — Home vs. Westland May 7 — Home vs. Circleville and DeSales. DeSales was ranked first in Division II state poll last week. May 12 — Home vs. Franklin Heights or Logan in second round of Division I district tournament. Winner plays Briggs, Lancaster, Westerville North or Whetstone in district semifinal May 17 at Pickerington North. The Comets are the top seed. May 13 — At DeSales Of note: The Comets were 15-2 overall and 9-0 in the OCC-Central before May 4. *OCC-Central game GROVE CITY *April 20 — Def. Reynoldsburg 12-2 *April 21 — Def. Lancaster 8-3 *April 26 — Lost to Groveport 2-1 *April 27 — Lost to Lancaster 5-1 April 28 — Def. Newark 9-0 *April 29 — Def. Reynoldsburg 12-0 in five innings *May 2 — Lost to Gahanna 4-2 *May 3 — Played Groveport *May 4 — Played Pickerington Central *May 6 — At Pickerington North May 7 — At Hilliard Bradley with North Union May 12 — Home vs. Olentangy or Dublin Coffman in second round of Division I district tournament. Winner plays 10th-seeded Teays Valley, Dublin Jerome, Hilliard Davidson or Newark in district semifinal May 17 at Pickerington North. The Greyhounds are the fourth seed. Of note: The Greyhounds were 14-5 overall and 7-3 in the OCC-Ohio before May 3. *OCC-Ohio game

which was ranked third in the Division II state poll last week. “Those were three very good teams,” coach Dorsey said of Hoover, Poland and Elyria. “We hadn’t seen that type of competition this season, but the girls just stepped it up. “It felt like the level of competition you’d see at the state tournament.” pbatterson@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

The Grove City Christian School softball team continues its turnaround after opening with six consecutive losses. The Eagles entered the week on a nine-game winning streak and were first in the MOCAL at 7-0. Grove City Christian is seeded fifth for the Division IV district tournament and will play host to MOCAL-foe Fairfield Christian in the first round on Tuesday, May 10. The Eagles swept the league games with Fairfield Christian, winning 143 in five innings on April 15 and 12-0 in five innings on April 28. Junior pitcher Megan Creasap threw a no-hitter in the latter matchup. “It’s hard to beat a team three times in one year,” coach Lisa Horsley said. “We’ve beaten them twice. They’ve hit off of us a little bit here and there, so they’re going to come out ready to play. It’s not going to be an easy game.” The winner plays at fourthseeded Madison Christian or Danville in the second round on May 12. Grove City Christian defeated Madison Christian 52 on April 30 but has not played Danville. The Eagles also swept Tree of Life in league play, winning By Steve Friend/ThisWeek 6-3 on April 21 and 8-0 on April Grove City Christian’s Megan Creasap delivers a pitch en route 26. Creasap had a total of 20 to earning a 17-0 victory over visiting Gahanna Christian on strikeouts in the two games. April 29. Horsley pointed to the strong play of shortstop Lindsay Eickel, catcher Brooke Warner, outAt a glance fielder Chelsea Peters and freshSOFTBALL men Nichelina Frank (1B/OF) *April 19 — Def. Delaware Christian and Katelyn Lauer (utility) as April 21 — Def. Tree of Life 6-3 keys to the team’s success. April 23 — Doubleheader vs. Ridgedale Through 15 games, Eickel Below are the recent results and com- postponed was hitting a team-high .542, ing schedules for the Grove City Chris- *April 26 — Def. Tree of Life 8-0 28 — Def. Fairfield Christian 12followed by Sara Stiffler (.462) tian baseball, softball and track & field *April 0 in five innings teams: and Warner (.449). Warner was *April 29 — Def. Gahanna Christian 17-0 leading the team in RBI with BASEBALL *April 21 — Defeated Tree of Life April 30 — Def. *Madison Christian 25, and Creasap was 9-5 with a 3-2 def. Madison Plains 8-1 2.00 ERA, 79 strikeouts and 20 April 22 — Game vs. Madison Plains 5-2; *May 3 — Played Gahanna Christian canceled walks. *May 4 — Played Madison Christian “We’re playing as a team,” April 23 — Doubleheader vs. Harvest May 7 — At Emmanuel Christian (DH) canceled *May 9 — At Delaware Christian Horsley said. “This whole team Prep April 25 — Game vs. Andover Py- May 10 — Home vs. Fairfield Christis a strong defensive and offen- matuning Valley canceled ian in first round of Division IV district sive team. They’re playing to- April 26 — Def. Mifflin 11-1 in five in- tournament. Winner plays at fourthgether as a unit and not so much nings seeded Madison Christian or Danville *April 28 — Def. Fairfield Christian 6in second round May 12. as individuals.” 1 •The baseball team remained *April 29 — Def. Delaware Christian Of note: The Eagles were 9-6 overall and 7-0 in the MOCAL before May 3. in contention for its fourth con- 9-1 secutive MOCAL title at the start April 30 — Lost to Whitehall 10-7; def. TRACK & FIELD April 26 — Boys: Finished second (95) Whitehall 8-0 of the week. *May 3 — Played Gahanna Christian in six-team meet at Millersport behind Grove City Christian entered *May 4 — Played Madison Christian champion Licking Heights (259); Girls: Finished fifth (33) in six-team meet at the week 4-2 in the MOCAL, *May 5 — At Tree of Life one win behind co-leaders Fair- May 7 — At Williamsport Westfall Millersport behind champion Licking Heights (198) field Christian and Tree of Life, (DH) May 9 — Home vs. Wellington in first April 30 — Boys: Finished first (129) which were 5-2. round of Division IV district tourna- in MOCAL meet; Girls: Finished sevGrove City Christian defeated ment. Winner plays at second-seeded enth (33) in MOCAL meet behind firstTree of Life 3-2 on April 21 and Shekinah Christian or Morral Ridgedale place Gilead Christian (116) May 7 — Viking Invitational at Teays Fairfield Christian 6-1 on April in second round May 11. See EAGLES, page B3

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Fisher had all three of the team’s home runs and was leading the team in RBI with 20. On the mound, Josh Zeller was 3-0 with a 2.25 ERA and had 25 strikeouts and six walks. Gloyd was 4-2 with a 1.04 ERA, 60 strikeouts and 14 walks. “They’re jelling at the right time, they’re maturing at the right time,” Bowshier said. •The boys track and field team finished first in the MOCAL meet April 30 at Grove City. The Eagles scored 129 points to finish ahead of Tree of Life (109), Madison Christian (70), Northside Christian (57), Fairfield Christian (54), Delaware Christian (49), Gilead Christian (30) and Mason Mars Hill Academy (17). Jaymie Barns was first in the 100 meters (11.4 seconds), 200 (23.12) and 400 (54.15), Zack Casparro won the shot put (40 feet, 5 inches) and discus (1155), Zach Brewer was first in the high jump (5-4), and Seth Rouch, David Pashovich, Nate

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Home sales Grove City 3001 Kropp Rd, 43123, Janice L. Burkey, $279,000. 1078 Carnoustie Cir, 43123, Patrick T. Meldon and Jami J. Meldon, $250,000. 4832 Tayport Ave, 43123, Matthew A. Abbitt and Sarah E. Abbitt, $199,000. 5854 Backworth Dr, 43123, William F. Bailey and Janice J. Bailey, $194,900. 1470 Hawthorne Pkwy, 43123, Fannie Mae, $160,000. 3894 Black Pine Dr, 43123, Richard and Michelle Breitfeller, $160,000. 3798 Breck Ave, 43123, Harry T. Ricer and Connie J. Ricer, $111,500. 6215 Hickory Lawn Ct, 43123, Beverly Way, $111,300. 2571 Glendale Rd, 43123, Tessa D. Kaiser and Corey J. Hinkle, $100,000. 2135 Winding Hollow Dr, 43123, US Bank NA, $86,000. 3899 Monterey Dr, 43123, Andrew N. Smith, $74,900. 3590 Midland St, 43123, US Bank, NA, $74,000. 2435 Blue Rock Blvd, 43123, Fannie Mae, $66,000. 2110 Jade St, 43123, Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., $62,000. 2916 W Ashtonrow, 43123, Christopher Craiglow, $42,000.

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Education notes CCHS senior wins Williams award

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The 2011 Rose M. Williams Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Nate Combs of Grove City. The four-year scholarship is awarded annually to an exceptional high school senior whose parent or guardian is employed the W. W. Williams Co. Combs’s mother, Kathleen Combs, is the Williams Co.’s tax manager. The younger Combs will graduate May 28 from Central Crossing High School. A National Merit Scholar semifinalist who will graduate in the top 1 percent of his class, he will attend the Ohio State University’s John Glenn School of Public Affairs.

Senior receives CCAD scholarship Mercedes Schott, a Central Crossing High School senior, has received a dean’s award to attend the Columbus College of Art & Design. The merit scholarship was given as a result of an art portfolio competition held at CCAD and judged by a panel of CCAD faculty members. Schott will begin school in the fall. She is the daughter of Dan and Rachelle Schott of Orient.

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in Columbus, and it is certainly that. But the family- and party-friendly Cuco’s serves up some unbeatable first-meal values, too. I’ll admit at first it felt a bit odd settling into a roomy booth in the modest and amusingly Mexi-kitschy Cuco’s at 9 a.m. I’m so used to digging into their fresh chips and salsa and heck-yeah margaritas (the Original, on the rocks and with half the sugar is my local benchmark) By Jodi Miller/ThisWeek that lurking over eggs and diner-style coffee

(sometimes flavored with cinnamon) almost seemed surreal. So I ordered a Vampiro cocktail to get my mind right. Made with tequila, grapefruit soda and the bracing tequila chaser called sangrita, it tastes entertainingly citrusy, spicy, sweet and tart. Anyway, sucking on that Vampiro proved to be an inspired idea. So did ordering the smorgasbord-like El Tapatio platter ($6.25). Kinda like breakfast, lunch and dinner all on a single huge plate, it’s a phenomenal deal. I got three eggs over greasy; a generous mound of addictive Mexican hash (crispy fried potato cubes blended with lots of properly fat-rendered and zingy chorizo); two terrific barbacoa tacos fashioned with soft corn tortillas wrapped around spicy, juicy and super-tender beef; and rich refried beans laced with melted cheese. Equally giddy-making in variety and size and likewise providing killer value is the hog-out ensemble called Nuevo

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after the eggs in the previous dish (well, plus rice and beans — don’t think you’re getting off that easy here) by ordering the good Huevos Rancheros ($5.25). In general, Chilaquiles ($5) is a clever Mexican leftovers meal made by stewing yesterday’s tortillas with condiments and other flavor enhancers. At Cuco’s, this translated into a piquant, cooked salsa verde playing off of a fresh tomato pico de gallo plus three eggs (of course), cheese and sides of those irresistible breakfast potatoes and refried beans. For something a little more unusual, but still nice, try the Oaxaqeña ($6.75). This was three ample enchiladas crammed with scrambled eggs and spuds wholly slathered in a stout black bean sauce. Like all of the breakfasts at Cuco’s, it’s an incredibly generous serving of food and flavor for a mere pittance of pesos.

Amaneser ($7). The roll call on that one went like this: • Three fried eggs (because three’s better than two, right?) enticingly simmered in a zippy ranchero sauce then winningly plopped atop fried corn tortillas • Soupy, full-flavored black beans • What the menu calls bacon or sausage but happily turned out to be more of that well-done chorizo • Two big and very nice pancakes (dessert’s too often neglected in the morning, don’t you think?) that were light, had attractively crisp exteriors, were pleasantly flavored with vanilla and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Yeah, that’s a lot of food. For a more Check out the new Columbus-area dinmodest repast, you could just call it quits ing guide at www.ColumbusCrave.com

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Kevin Caskey, owner and chef of Skillet, puts raspberries on the raspberry panna cotta with lemon and rhubarb verbena. It is one of the dishes he is making for the Taste of Dine Originals event to be held May 12 at Grange Insurance Audubon Center.

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Bros’ Hardware Co. building downtown because it simply outgrew the space, said Katharine Moore, executive director of the local chapter of Dine Originals. The Audubon Center, on the Whittier Peninsula, provides a modern backdrop with attractive surroundings, she said. “We thought it really complemented our messaging and mission because they are green and our members have that commonality,” Moore said. “It’s such a beautiful oasis in downtown Columbus that people don’t know about. So it’s fun for us to introduce that venue to a whole new crowd. In addition to food, more than 30 vineyards will be represented, as well as local breweries and micro distilleries. One of those is Watershed Distillery, just outside Grandview Heights. “We are excited to be a part of it,” Greg Lehman, co-founder of the company, said of the celebration. “I think it’s a good way for us to be involved locally.” A silent auction will feature cooking lessons, private dinners, special events, art and rare bottles of wine. Moore said chefs look forward to showing off their talents and mixing with the crowd. “They have fun riffing off each other,” she said. “They’re very competitive on what they put out. But they’re there to talk to their customers in a way that they just don’t have the opportunity to on a busy Saturday night.”

Chicken and potatoes will be the obvious staple of Chix & Fries, a new enterprise owned by Jim Mandas, formerly of the Boulevard Grille in recently torn-down City Center Mall, and a silent partner. They will tear down an existing BP gas station to make way for the new 2,000-squarefoot building at 3255 Silver Drive, where North Broadway and Interstate 71 meet near Clintonville. Chix & Fries will offer grilled chicken tenders, fried boneless tenders and chicken wings and french fries, plus four or five signature sauces and sandwiches. The restaurant should be open sometime in the fall, Mandas said. He said the place is bringing back the Italian herb-crusted chicken sandwich that was popular at the Boulevard Grille and the Columbus Arts Festival. The food at the new restaurant will be competitively priced, he said.

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Events Trinity Methodist schedules fish fry The All You Can Eat Spring Fish Fry at Trinity Methodist Church will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 13, and 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14. The church is at 4850 Haughn Road. Dinners will include fish, fries, cole slaw, drinks, and a dessert. The cost is $8 per adult and $4 per child over 6. Children under 6 will eat free. Fish sandwiches and hot dogs also will be available. The Trinity Women s Group will have a white elephant sale table. For more information, call the church at 875-7298.

Chamber slates golf 101 for women A golf 101 for women program will be held at 6 p.m. on May 18, at Oakhurst Country Club, 3223 Norton Road. The event will be held by the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce WE: LEAD (Women Executives: Leading, Empowering and Developing) Committee Chamber board member and seasoned golfer Jerry Sowers and Oakhurst golf instructor Andy Sutter will teach basic techniques in a fun-filled atmosphere. Sowers has taught the game for more than 15

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Band concert to help fund trip Grove City’s own Phantomz Band and special guest Dockery Plantation will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. The church is at 3220 Columbus St., Grove City. Tickets are $5. Proceeds from the concert will support the summer mission trip to Mexico. For more information, call (614) 875-2314.

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Sales Rep Outbound callers needed. Some experience req. Warm leads! Calling past customers to renew serv ice. Dublin Area. $12/hr + commission + Benefits. Email resume to jwilhelm@ innosourceinc.com or call Jesicca at 614-775-1400. Sales

SALES MANAGER IN TRAINING Opportunity for high income and fast track into management. We are a growing division of a national sales organization. Potential earnings of $80,000+ in the first year. Complete training, proven marketing system, bonuses and incentives. To schedule a confidential one-on-one interview, call Paul at 708-567-6935.

HELP WANTED RETAIL POSITIONS RETAIL SALES ASSOCIATES U-Store-It, a leader in the self-storage industry with 500 + locations nation wide has immediate open ings for Retail Sales Asso ciates in several locations throughout Cols, OH. Assist clients with stor age needs, sell merchan dise & maintain property. Must be avail to work weekends. Sales exp pref. Email resume to Careers@ ustoreit.com

HELP WANTED COMPUTERS/ INFORMATION SERVICES Design Manager, World Resource Solutions Corpo ration, Plain City, OH. Re sponsible for part design, tool design review and project management. Gen erate and review CAD (Computer Aided Design) data. Provide project man agement on tools to en sure successful comple tion. Min. requirements in clude a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, or its professional work exp. equivalent, and 5 years of exp. Exp. must in clude 2 yrs of exp. as a De sign Engineering Supervi sor. Please send resume (NO CALLS) to: Tom Warn er, World Resource Solu tions Corporation, 8485 Es tates Court, Plain City, Ohio 43064.

IT - Programmer Due to Growth, GFS Chemicals, a stable, leading manufacturer of fine specialty chemicals for over 80 years, is looking for an energetic IT - Programmer to join our IT team. This position will be responsible for web maintenance, report g e n e r a t i o n , troubleshooting, design and implementation of user interfaces like dashboards. The successful candidate will be able to manage multiple projects, have good personal skills, work independently; detail oriented and has a demonstrated knowledge of object oriented programming. Candidates must pass a pre-employment physical, drug-screen, and background check. Full-time with salary, benefits & bonuses! Please visit our web site: www.gfschemicals.com. Please send responses to: hr@gfschemicals.com or Fax to: 614-225-1173 or Mail to: PO Box 245, Powell Ohio 43065 No agencies or phone calls. Drug-Free workplace E/O/E IT (Project) Mngr (Oracle Apps). Review project plans & co ordinate project activity. Develop & interpret organi zational goals, policies, & procedures for projects. Req MS & 2 yrs exp or BS & 5 yrs exp. Work Loca tion: Columbus, OH; may have long term assign ments in other locations in U.S. including but not limit ed to Ramsey, NJ. Send your resume to MeridianSoft, Inc. Atten tion: Surya Rudraraju/ Job Code ITM-01; 100 E. Cam pus View Blvd., Ste. 250, Columbus, OH 43235.

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GIS Analyst City of Columbus The City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities is seeking qualified candidates for the position of GIS Analyst. Applications may be submitted to the Civil Service Commission on-line at www.csc.columbus.gov from 05/02/11 through 05/09/11. Please deliver resumes by closing date to: Patty Nalepa, Department of Public Utilities, 910 Dublin RoadRoom 4150, Columbus, OH 43215, by fax to (614) 645-0500, or by email to PJNalepa@Columbus.go v. This position is responsible for performing complex GIS spatial analysis and GIS database/application development for the department. You must possess a bachelor’s degree in geography, cartography, statistics, civil engineering, or other closely related field from an accredited college and one (1) year of experience in developing and maintaining geographic information systems or computer aided/automated cartography in order to be considered for this position. Excellent benefit package and a salary range of $49,400.00 - $74,069.00

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL Clinical Applications Phar macist for The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio. Develop, maintain, and support clini cal software application systems, including medica tion management and re lated automation systems to ensure accuracy of med ication information; provide medication and related ex pertise to the development, analysis and implementa tion of enterprise-wide clini cal system projects. E-mail resume to Elizabeth.lamatricebell@osumc.edu.

Dietary Manager Progressive long-term care community is in search of a Full-time Dietary Manag er. Ideal candidate will have 3+ years experience, possess good communica tion skills; must have man agement experience and be ServSafe certified. Ex cellent Salary and Benefits. Send resume to: Capital Health Services, Inc. 5020 Philadelphia Dr. Dayton, OH 45415, Fax: 937-2784234, E-mail: tina.banning @capitalhs.com

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL EFDA General practice looking for a talented, hardwork ing, exp. EFDA to join our busy team. Beautiful, com puterized, digital office. Must be professional, trust worthy and have excellent patient skills. Approx 32 hrs wk. 2 evenings req. Benefits w/ med ins. and 401(k). Email resume with salary req. to: gcfdom@aol.com or fax to 614-875-5716.

Front Desk Pt Care Coordinator/ SX Scheduler Multi-Specialty practice in need of a Patient Care Coordinator/SX Scheduler. Qualified applicants must have prior medical experi ence working with patients and physicians both in per son and on the telephone, scheduling surgeries, ap pointment scheduling, medical billing, insurance verification, etc. Must be dependable, able to multitask and have excellent or ganizational, communica tion, and follow-up skills. Athena Practice Manage ment system exp. prefer red. Urology exp. a plus. Travel required to satellite offices. Please e-mail re sume w/salary history/requirements to: hrmedoffice@aol.com

Hospice Administrator Grace Hospice, w. offices through Ohio, is seeking an Administrator in Columbus. Must have previous hospice experience in a similar leadership position and/or proven success in health care operations. Responsible for overall mgmt/development of agency branch. Knowledge of state/fed hospice regs, clinical compliance, fiscal responsibility, and overall operations mgmt. Competitive salary, full benefits, quarterly bonuses. Email resume to mhann8289@yahoo.com

Knox Community Hospital is currently seeking candidates for the following: Physicians ∂ Hospitalist, FT ∂ Family Medicine, FT ∂ Internal Medicine, FT ∂ Pediatrician, FT Nurse Practitioner ∂ Urgent Care/Wellness, FT Registered Nurses ∂ Surgery, FT and PTExpanding/Renovating Rooms ∂ RN First Assist, FT ∂ Emergency Department, FT & PT ∂ ICU&PCU,FT & PT ∂ Unit CoordinatorSurgical Floor, FT Professional ∂ Physical Therapist, FT & PRN ∂ Physical Therapist Assistant, PRN ∂ Occupational Therapist, FT& PT ∂ Assistant Controller, FT Attractive wages and excellent benefits! For more information about these positions, to apply, and to learn other featured details about Knox Community Hospital please visit: knoxcommhosp.org Fax: 740-399-3170 Phone: 740-393-9021 EOE

LISW RN Case Manager Grace Hospice, is currently seeking a full time LISW (Greater Columbus) & RN Cs Mgr (S/SW Columbus) to provide home visits. Positions require previous hospice or skilled home health exp. Competitive salary, full benefits & mileage reimbursement. Email resume to jodeemarie@ comcast.net

Medical Assistant/ LPN Medical Assistant / LPN wanted for a physician practice in Marysville. Full time and contingent openings are available. The successful candidate will provide clinical assistance, collect data from patients, work with an EMR, scan reports, maintain supplies, and schedule patients for referrals, tests, or surgical procedures. Medical Assistant certification or LPN license is required. Customer service and communication skills are a must. Please send cover letter and resume to human.resources@ memorialhosp.org or Human Resources, Memorial Hospital of Union County, 500 London Ave., Marysville, OH 43040. We are an EOE.

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HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL OPTICIAN Busy NW optometry office. Excellent pay& hrs, & NO weekends! Secure future. Fax resume to: 614-793-8383.

PHARMACY TECHNICIANS Discount Drug Mart is cur rently seeking individuals to fill full and part time pharmacy technician posi tions at our Columbus store. Must be willing to work flexible shifts and some weekends and holi days. We offer a competi tive starting wage and an excellent benefits package. Apply in person at 5599 N. Hamilton Rd. in Columbus.

PHLEBOTOMY SUPERVISOR Pathology Laboratories, Inc., the region’s fastest growing independent medical laboratory, is in search of an experienced and highly professional individual to serve as Phlebotomy Supervisor for the Columbus/ Zanesville regional market. The successful candidate will be responsible for staffing, training, productivity monitoring and supervision of all phlebotomists couriers. Currently, the staff approximates ten (10) employees, but will expand rapidly with projected growth. This challenging and rewarding full-time position requires a customer-focused, highly self-motivated, detail oriented and organized individual with solid previous supervisory experience, including demonstrated skill in managing cost-effective phlebotomy operations. Sound knowledge and thorough background in all forms of venipuncture are essential. An exceptional salary and attractive fringe benefits package, including health insurance and 401(k) plan are offered to the right individual. Interested candidates should send their resume with cover letter to Human Resources Manager, Pathology Laboratories, Inc., 1946 N. 13th Street, Suite 301, Toledo, Ohio 43624, or fax: 419-255-4627; e-mail: phleb@pathlabs.org

Psychiatric/ MR Nurse Director The Mount Vernon Devel opmental Center, a state owned and operated 166 bed, Developmental Disability/Intermediate Care Facility, is seeking a reliable, energetic person for the following position: Permanent, full-time, Psychiatric/ MR Nurse Di rector – starting salary: $37.28/ hr. along with ben efit package. Job Duties include, but are not limited to: plans, di rects, supervises & man ages all nursing services & programs; develops & im plements nursing policies/ procedures; coordinates/monitors quali ty assurance plan; oversees resident treat ment plans; supervises nursing personnel. Minimum Qualifications - Requires current license as registered professional nurse in the State of Ohio as issued by Board of Nursing & nursing registra tion per Section 4723.03 of Revised Code; completion of undergraduate core pro gram in nursing; 36 months experience in psy chiatric nursing or delivery of nursing services to per sons with developmental disabilities; 30 months training or 30 months expe rience in management; 30 months training or 30 months experience in su pervision; 18 months train ing or 18 months experi ence in public relations; 18 months training or 18 months experience in counseling. - Or equivalent of the Mini mum Class Qualifications for employment noted above may be substituted for the experience require ments, but not for the man dated licensure. Unusual Working Condi tions May be exposed to com municable diseases; ex posed to unpredictable pa tient behavior Civil Service applicants are subject to criminal back ground checks and drug testing. Interested persons/parties should submit a letter of in tent, resume, &/or applica tion, by May 9, 2011 to: Joyce Hudson, Human Re sources, Mount Vernon De velopmental Center, 1250 Vernonview Drive, Mount Vernon, OH 43050. You may also apply on-line at h ttp://careers.ohio.gov. For questions, please call 740-393-6277. NOTE: Please be specific how you meet all of the minimum qualifications listed above. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Regional Director of Clinical Services Extendicare Health Services Inc. a leading provider of skilled and rehabilitation services is seeking a Regional Director of Clinical Services. This Regional Nurse will be working with facilities located throughout the Ohio area. This individual will monitor system and processes at the facility level for assigned caseload of facilities as well as meet regulatory compliance requirements and Extendicare standards. The qualified candidate will be an RN and have a minimum of 2 years of management and LTC experience, preferably as Director of Nursing. To learn more about this exciting opportuni ty, please visit our website at www.extendicare.com or email your resume to bchristman@ extendicare.com Extendicare, helping people live better!

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Collection Position Opportunities Dublin Call Center - Imme diate full-time openings are available for 1st & 2nd shift collectors & supervisors. We offer paid training & flexible scheduling. Must be able to work 2 late nights/week & weekends are required. Send resume to smulkey@ checksmart.com or call 614-760-4001 to schedule an interview. To apply for Collection Supervisor please submit resume only.

Collections Supervisor Credit Union has an excel lent opportunity for a col lections supervisor with pri or experience. The ideal candidate will have experi ence supervising collec tions staff and handling collections from telephone contact to foreclosure and bankruptcy. Send resume to Collections, P O Box 13240, Cols, OH 43213 or fax 614-239-0988 We offer a professional working environment, 401K, pension, and paid health insurance

COLLECTORS RN Case Manager & Admissions RN ACCLAIM Hospice Care, Central Ohio’s fastest growing hospice program, is hiring! Terrific benefits Supportive work environment - Lots of paid time off! Please email your resume to sharon.rollins@ kindredhealthcare.com or fax to 614-890-1725. EOE

RN Maryhaven This is a full-time position working in the Methadone Program. Candidate will be responsible for assess ing, planning, implement ing and evaluating care for clients. Must be able to to maximize the comfort and health of clients in accord ance with the interdiscipli nary plan of care.

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Controller Worthington Christian Village The Caring Community www.wcv.org The ideal candidate for this busy position will have great people, communica tion, computer (MAS 90), and organizational skills. Previous experience in fi nancial reporting for multicorporations, an under standing of Medicare/Medicaid, and an accounting degree are pre ferred.

HELP WANTED GENERAL ABA Therapists Needed Immediately Care Providers Looking for ABA therapists to work with 12 year old child with Autism. Currently doing an ABA program with the child. Looking for high energy, dependable, reliable, consistent people. Experience is a plus but not necessary. Looking for someone with some psychology background, but not necessary. Training will be provided as well. Must have High School diploma or GED. To apply go to www.LIFE-INC.NET or fax a resume (614) 471-6912. EOE

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I’M SWAMPED! Need 7 sharp people to help run offices in the Cols. area. Earn while you learn $400-500/per week while in training. NO EXPERIENCE NEC. Call Cindy for personal interview 614-791-3301 Attention Students SUMMER HELP Flex sched. $14.25 baseappt., Cust Sales/ Service, no exp. needed - will train, conditions apply, all ages 17+. Apply now, start after finals! 614-485-9443 or visit workforstudents.com

Care Providers Needed For People with Disabilities Care providers needed to work with children and adults with disabilities in a family home setting or supported living setting. Provide personal care, outings, specialized developmental activities, meal preparation, and transportation. Related experience or education desired, but not required. High school diploma or GED, valid driver’s license, and reliable transportation required. Extensive training provided. Competitive wages and benefit. Full time and Part time openings. Hiring for 2nd, 3rd, and weekends. Fax a resume to (614) 4716912 or apply at www.LIFE-INC.NET EOE

Due to Growth, GFS Chemicals, a stable, leading CARPET CLEANER manufacturer of fine speNEEDED cialty chemicals for over 80 Good license required years, is looking for an enAbility to patch/stretch/ ergetic Administrative Astransition strips sistant in our HR and Safe- Call 614-771-7900 M-F 9-5 ty Department. The successful candidate will be Collector able to manage multiple projects, have good per- Probate collectors needed! sonal skills, work inde- East side of Columbus. 1 pendently; detail oriented yr. collection experience and has a demonstrated req. $12/hr + Commis knowledge of Microsoft sion + Benefits. Email re Word and Excel. Candi- sume to jwilhelm@innosou dates must pass a pre- rceinc.com or call Jesicca employment physical, at 614-775-1400. drug-screen, and background check. Full-time position with benefits & bonuses! you can place

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Franklin County Children Services is seeking a strong leader as an Associate Director of the Performance Improvement Department. This individual will supervise staff members responsible for various types of reviews and facilitation geared to improvements in the delivery of child protective services. Responsible for working collaboratively with direct service areas to assure compliance with CFSR, COA and OAC requirement for effective child welfare practices. Master’s degree in social work or related field and five years related child welfare experience, plus two years of supervisory/administrative experience. LISW-S preferred. Must demonstrate cultural competency and the ability to work respectfully with people from diverse backgrounds. Salary starting at $51,000 and excellent fringe benefits. Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to fccshr@fccs.co.franklin.oh. us or mail to Franklin County Children Services, Attn: Human Resources, 855 W. Mound Street, Columbus, OH 43223 by Friday, May 13, 2011. AA/EEO.

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Capital University, a midsize, comprehensive, private university whose community values of diversity and free inquiry are strongly promoted within the Lutheran tradition of higher education is seeking candidates for its Planned GivData Entry The Membership Process - ing Officer position. The ing Associate is responsi - Planned Giving Officer is responsible for leading and ble for support functions directing the university’s relating to the data entry and fulfillment process for planned giving program to Membership and Develop - promote planned giving ment; and for providing ex - opportunities to external constituents, cellent customer service to prospect serves as a resource to members. Must be detail other development staff reoriented, accurate, and lated to gift planning, and well organized; possess manages a portfolio of maexcellent communication abilities; be personable, ar - jor gift prospects. Qualifica tions: Master’s degree; 4ticulate, and friendly; and possess previous experi - 10 years related experience with Word, Excel, da - ence; or equivalent combination of education and exta entry, and customer service. For a full job de - perience. JD or CPA is preferred. For a full job description and instructions scription, please visit: http:/ on how to apply, visit: ASSISTANT HUMAN /www.capital.edu/employm RESOURCES ent. Please send a cover www.COSI.org MANAGER www.columbusjobs.com/m letter and resume electroni cally to: Planned Giving Franklin County Sheriff’s onster Officer Search Committee, Office EOE am ariani@ capital.edu. A skilled HR manager ca Capital University offers a Need to make pable of effectively super rich benefits package that vising payroll, recruiting, some dough? includes medical, dental, and other human resour retirement, family educaces operations. Qualified tion benefits, long-term disapplicant must be able to ability, life insurance and write policies, procedures free parking. Capital Uniand regulations, develop versity is an equal opportutraining programs, assist nity employer. Qualified with instructions, and pro minorities, women, and vide expert advice on a va Sell your unwanted persons with disabilities riety of human resources are encouraged to apply. issues. Government experi items in the ence required. Education ThisWeek Classifieds! and experience equivalent Visit us online at to a bachelor’s degree in (local call) management or personnel ThisWeekNews.com (740) 888-5003 administration and mini mum of 2½ years experi ence in a management or human resources position. Salary $68,432, exception al benefits. Application available at www.sheriff.franklin.oh.us

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STATEWIDE CAMPUS MANAGING DIRECTOR The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine is hiring a Statewide Campus Managing Director to be lo cated in Lewisburg, WV. This position is responsible for the coordination of events, activities, and train ing programs for WVSOM’s Statewide Cam pus. For application infor mation and a full job de scription, please visit http:// www.wvsom.edu/facstaff/ employment.cfm AA/EOE

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FRONT OFFICE COORDINATOR BOEHM Inc., a 58 year-old ISO 9001:2008 Columbus company is looking for an experienced professional with strong communication skills for our Front Office Coordinator position. This individual will have the abil ity to multitask within a pro fessional environment, work independently with very strong proficient com puter skills. Experience with corporate networks and platforms including Macola, PSI, & Exact ESynergy is a plus. The Front Office Coordinator is responsible for managing a new multi-line phone sys tem, greeting visitors, in coming & outgoing hard mail, and working closely with the accounting depart ment on important daily duties. Compensation is based on relevant experi ence. If you feel you are qualified please submit your detailed cover letter and resume to jlacy@boehminc.com. Thank you. EOE

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Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-19-11, an ordinance to Rezone Parcel #040-003780 located at 3795 Broadway from D-1 to R-2, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 06, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-20-11, an ordinance to Authorize the City Administrator to enter into a Jobs Growth Incentive Agreement with Legacy Commercial Flooring, LTD, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on May 16, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. All interested persons are invited to attend and state their views thereon. Tami K. Kelly, MMC, Clerk of Council

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1.) Hear the appeal of Roger G. Runion, R&S Builders LLC, representing Dave Endicott, 5775 Cypress Hollow Ct., for the following variances: a.) To Section 1135.10(a) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to build a detached garage that exceeds the 700-square-foot allowable area for detached garages by 20 square feet and, combined with the existing attached garage, exceeds the 900square-foot overall allowable area for garages by 300 square feet. b.) To Section 1137.08(h) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to exceed the 13-foot allowable height for detached garages by 1 foot. 2.) Hear the appeal of Jack Middendorf, 4011 Front Street, for the following variances: a.) To Section 1136.06(a) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to eliminate the required parking setback and related landscaping along public streets. b.) To Section 1136.06(c) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to reduce the 20-foot required parking setback adjacent to an incompatible use district by up to 14 feet and reduce the required supplemental landscaping.

3.) Hear the appeal of Robert L. Adams, 4317 Hoover Road, for a variance to Section 1135.10(a) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to build a detached pole shelter/carport that, combined with the existing attached garage, exceeds the 900-square-foot overall allowable area for garages by 182 square feet. 4.) Hear the appeal of Donald T. Feibel, representing City Barbeque Inc., 2261 Stringtown Road, for the following variances: a.) To Section 1145.16(e)(1) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to exceed the maximum 8-foot height for monument signs by 11 feet, 10 inches, and the 50-square-foot allowable area for monument signs by 68 square feet. b.) To Section 1145.06(g) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to allow exposed neon tubing on wall and monument signage.

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Bexley Garage Sale May 6 & 7 from 9a-5p 956 Vernon Rd. Btw Main St. & Livingston. Tons of items, too numerous to list Fish/Hunt Sample Sale 5/12 6p-9p µ 5/13 9a-5p 5/14 9a-12noon only Rods, reels, lures & more 5665 Quail Run, Grove City No early/late sales GARAGE SALE 3979 Elm St. (off Grove City Rd or Park St) May 6th & 7th 9am - ? GARAGE SALE 5/6, 9a-6p & 5/7,10a-2p 9414 Welch Rd, 2 miles south of 665. New to like new 60+Longaberger baskets. Red cannas bulbs, garden boxes, 8hp wood chipper, platform scales, triple dresser, tools, cherry bar stools, misc hh items, homemade noodles. GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE 170 EAST MOLER ST., MAY 6 & MAY 7, 8AM-6PM. Baby items, maternity, misc. clthg, H/H, misc. kids, shoes, purses & jewlery. Great prices!!

GROVE CITY CHURCH YARD SALE Great items! CenterPointe Church, 2505 Hyde Rd, Grove City, 43123 Fri May 6 & Sat May 7, 8am-1pm Proceeds send kids to camp! HILLIARD VILLAGE CONDOMINIUMS Community Garage Sale, Sat, May 7th, 8a-4p. Off Renner & Tanglewood Park (behind Sams Club). Misc HH, heavy mechanics tools and other goodies! Huge 4 Family Sale! 5857 Goldstone Ct. (off Buckeye Pkwy, btwn 665 & Borror). Fri & Sat, May 6 & 7, 9-3. Furn, HH, depression dishes, Longaberger baskets, nice items! KING AVE. UMC RUMMAGE SALE (CORNER OF KING & NEIL) Collectibles, set of old hockey player cards, Bundy cornet with all ac cessories, manual typewrit er in good condition, anti ques, jewelry, H/H items, furniture, electronics, baked goods, clothing, plants, toys, shoes & much more! Friday, May 6th 10am-4pm & Saturday, May 7th,10am-2pm

937-788-2058

LEGAL NOTICES

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c.) To Section 1136.08 of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to eliminate supplemental landscaping required for screening of service structures.

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COUCH Plum couch, cloth, excellent condition! $100 obo

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Advertise your product or service nationwide or by region in over 10 million households in North America’s best suburbs! Place your classified ad in over 750 suburban news papers just like this one. Call Classified Avenue at 888-486-2466 or go to www.classifiedavenue.net Allstate Auto Insurance. So Many Ways to SAVE. Switch Today & Save Hundreds! You’re in good hands, ALLSTATE. Call for Your FREE Quote. 1-888-861-8912 Canada Drug Center is your choice for safe and affordable medications. Our licensed Canadian mail order pharmacy will provide you with savings of up to 90% on all your medi cation needs. Call Today 888-459-9961 use Promo code save135 for $25.00 off your first prescription and free shipping Diabetes/Cholesterol/ Weight Loss Natural Product for Cholesterol, Blood Sugar and Weight. Physician recommended, backed by Human Clinical Studies with amazing results. Call to find out how to get a free bottle of Bergamonte! 888-470-5390 DIRECTV DEALS! FREE Movie Channels for 3 mos - starting at $29.99 for 24 mos -210+ Channels+FREE DIRECTV CINEMA plus, Free Installa tion! Limited time only. New Cust only. 1-866-528-5002 promo code 34933 Earn $1000 a week Mailing Brochures from Home. Free Supplies! Guaranteed Income! No experience required. Start Today! www.thehomemailer.com Give the perfect gift for Mother’s Day and show you care with our All the Frills bouquet- Over 50% off Reg. $44.99 Sale Price $19.99 +s/h. Call 888-587-0771 or visit www.ProFlowers.com/Cher ish Handicap Estate Sale 2 power chairs, lift-lounge chair, vehicle platform power chair lift great cond. (614)326-9253

Cash paid for your Unwanted Restaurant Equipment. 1 piece or your entire restaurant. 614-898-6965 or 614-843-9096

Pets & Livestock

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Flat rate. Non-commercial advertisers only. Add lines or communities for a nominal charge.

(740) 888-5003 local call TOLL FREE (866) 790-4502

Such appeals will be heard at 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 23, 2011, at City Hall, 4035 Broadway, Grove City, Ohio. The City of Grove City Board of Zoning Appeals Grove City, Ohio

ESTATE AUCTION

CLASS 0F 2011

Tennesse Walking Horses - Reg 5yr Gelding, broke, sorrel in color, good horse, $800, 5 yr Mare, sorrel/ tobiano in color, broke, beautiful, $500, 4 yr Geld ing, grey/tobiano color, green broke, $500, 4 yr Mare, Palomino color, $600. 2 yearling fillies, $200 ea 740-408-2433 (Somerset, OH)

Real Estate, Tools & Household from Estate of Clara M. Sammet (Franklin Co. Prob. # 45869) will be sold at 6945 Denton Rd. ORIENT, Oh. 43146. From Columbus take I-71 South to SR. 62, travel SW .1 mile to Stahl Rd., merge left to Denton Rd. then left to Auction.

SUNDAY

MAY 22, 2011 REAL ESTATE (Sells at 4 PM)

1 PM

1976 Ranch Home situated on 5.2 +/- acres has 1610 sq. ft., 3 bdrm., 2 baths & full basement. Home features 2010 Generac 17KW generator, air, fireplace, (2006) 32’x32’ Building, Nice. Also 26’ garage & 36’ Pole building. Pond and fruit trees. Call for TERMS - Sells subject to Executor conf.

HOME OPEN HOUSES – Tues. May 10 @ 4-6 PM or Sun. May 15 @ 1-3 PM

JD MOWERS, TOOLS & MISC.

FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLES & GLASSWARE Nice old oak dresser; Washstand base (rough); Several Mod. oak curio’s; Fern stand; QA footed server; Sofa table; Chairs; End & drum tables; Sofa; Queensize bedroom suite; Craftmatic bed; Fullsize bed & dresser; Oak childs rocker; Old school desk; Cedar chest; Pictures; COLLECTIBLES – Watch making tools, old cases & acces. (Watch manuals, Seitz & Benrusner tool, Bulova-Elgin-lens); Philco 1942 radio book; Philco radios; Mantle clocks; Oil lamps; Old floor lamps; Old bibles & books; Costume jewelry; Hundred’s & Hundred’s of Figurines, Bells & Misc. – Figurines (Japan, Napcoware, Trimont, Brinns – Animals, etc.); Music boxes; Coin bank figures; Cookie jars; CHINA & MISC.- Crown Ming & Wedgewood & Meito china; Fire King etc.; Federal glass; Vases; Lamps; Holiday Items – Christmas & Easter decorations & Villages; APPL. – Frig. upr. freezer; Norge deep freeze; TV’s; Sewing machines; Misc. sm. kitchen appl. & cookware; Sentry 1230 safe; GUITAR – Cameo. NOTE – Large volume of tools and figurines. 2 rings most of the day. TERMS –Cash or Check w/Photo

Real Living HER Auction Division Auctioneer-Rick Haag 614-877-4694 & Auctioneer/Realtor-Tom Rawn 614-833-2454 www.rawnauctions.com and www.auctionzip.com

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ONLY $30 5-7 lines ONLY $20 Call (740) 888-5003 to place your grad greeting today!

Congratulations

LORI LESTER We’re so proud of you! OSU bound! Love, , Mom, Dad, Annie ! lee Ry d an Maggie

Dublin Coffman

JD 850 tractor w/deck (2218 hrs.); JD 214 riders; JD 208 rider w/tiller; Push mowers; 3 GOLF CARTS – Harley Davidson gas (1 runs); Sears & MTD shredders; 10’ tandem trailer; Ariens 7 Hp walk tiller; Gilson snow blower; Stihl gas brush cutter; Excel 6.5 Hp psi washer; Several chain saws; Scott Atwater outboard motor; Campbell H. 6 Hp upr. air compr.; Lincoln welder; Auto Tools; Sears 13” drill press; Homecraft table saw combo jointer; Delta 10” mitre saw; Bench grinders; Comm. jig saw; Pneu. Tools (ratchets, impacts, grinders, scaler); Sears & Misc. tool boxes; Lge. amt. of Power Tools (Makita, Sears, drills, etc.); Lge. amt. Hand Tools (Snap-On wrench set), Sears sockets, Ratchets, Rigid wrench’s, Saws, Pliers, Files, Etc.); Step ladders; Misc. L&G tools; Shelving; Fishing rods; Lge amt. hdw.; Bikes; Motors; L&G tires; Chilton manuals; Scrap iron; 8’ decorative windmill; Lawn ornaments.

Show your favorite graduate how proud you are of them in our special Class of 2011 editions, appearing on June 2 and 5!

Submission deadline: May 23

SAVE TIME: Email submission to classified @ thisweeknews.com

Buggits pups: $250-$300. Mini pit look. Boston terrier + pug + pit = Buggit. Small, gentle, smart, silly and loyal. Est adult sz about 12-15lbs, easy main tenance. Hlth guar. See us and other breeds at: blueribbonkennelsofohio. com or call 740-332-4968. Golden Retriever Puppies for sale. AKC Golden Re triever Puppies. Born 3/9. 2 females / 2 males. First vet visit. $400.00. 614-3902025 614-871-6282 Great Dane Pups. 2 fe males $300 each. 1 male for $400. 14 weeks old. Please call #614-364-3111. JACK RUSSELL 7 PUP PIES. 5 F. 2 M. BROWN AND WHITE MOSTLY. TAILS DOCK. FIRST SHOTS. DEW CLAWS RE MOVED. VERY CUTE. THEY ARE $175 EA. CALL 614-405-2379 OR 614-5966663 ASK FOR DARRIN OR RENEE


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May 5, 2011

Real Estate

Estate Sale Modular Home For Sale in Enchanted Acres 1791 sqft, 55+park Handicap Accessible $49,900 - (614)326-9253 GROVEPORT - 4 BR, 2 BA, 3-car grg, all stone, 1/2 acre (incl addl lot), halffinished bsmt, 2 fireplaces, golf course & rec center nearby. $188,000 neg. 614-567-6058 HILLIARD - FSBO. 3K s.f. 2stry, 4BR, 2.5BA w/deluxe mstr. & 1st flr. ofc., versize lot. 3C gar., deck & paver patio, granite & chry cabinetry ask. $389,900. Motv. seller 614-634-2216 .

Apartment rental package Starting at $70/month for any 4 papers! (740) 888-5003

S CU

Westgate Park: 468 Derrer Rd., Cols 43204. $79,900. 4BR ranch, full basement, 2 car garage, ready to move in! MOTIVATED SELLER, MAKE AN OFFER. Obvious Choice Realty, Jill Cuthbert, 614-332-9435

MOBILE HOMES: 2 & 3BR for sale or rent, $495 mo including lot rent. 614-434-6607

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SW, 1796 Brown Rd. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath, Living room, Dining room, Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, C/A. 1 car attached garage, full basement, 1200 sq. ft. No pets, No section 8. $750 mo. + $750 dep. 614-777-8160. West - Lincoln Village, 23BR, ranch, yrd, appli, $700/mo + dep. Call 614853-0588 or 853-3762 Westside 1005 Racine Ave. 4 family unit, 2BR, w/d hkups., full basement. No pets, off-st parking, $475 per month & $300 deposit. (614)279-1821

Grove City residential area 2 BR, 1.5 BA townhouse, bsmt, att grg, CA, no pets, $735/mo, 614-875-8740 or 614-570-0762

XECUTIVE HO TOM E 5309 Infinity Court, Grove City

Exclusive Thornhill Subdivision

ME

Pleasant Grove Townhomes

Move in NOW for Just $149 Section 8 Accepted Call: 614-374-7245 or stop by at: 645 Galli Ct (off of Georgesville Rd., just off Old Sullivant Ave) Restrictions May Apply

Prices Good For One Week Only! 1BR starts at $424 2BR starts at $529 PLUS, receive your 1st month FREE!

MENTION THIS AD! $99.00 deposit *restrictions apply* CALL FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIALS & DETAILS! 614-878-0104

Hardesty Village off Eakin Rd. Quiet gated comm. 3BR, 1 full + 2 1/2 BA, 1/2 fin bsmt, tennis, pool. $800 mo + dep. 614-873-8254 Nice condo for rent off Georgesville. Available af ter June 1st. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 1 car grg. Nwr appl, crpt. $800 month, $500 dpst. Discounts avail able for long term lease. Call anytime 614-602-1114. To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

ATTN SALES REPS: Inc.500 Co CPAY (www.cpay.com) is now hiring Sales Partners in your area. Commissions paid daily, plus bonuses and residual income. Sell Visa and MasterCard services to businesses. Proven and accomplished company with career opportunities. Call 1-800-213-3350 DICK LAVY TRUCKING HIRING DRIVERS! 2,500-2,750 miles per week. Rider Program. Holiday/Vacation Pay. Home most weekends. 98% No touch Freight. ww w.dicklavytrucking.com 1-800-345-5289 or 1-937-448-2104

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**2011 POSTAL JOBS!** $14 to $59 hour + Full Federal Benefits. No Expe rience Required. NOW HIR ING! Green Card OK. 1-866-477-4953 ext. 95

Recreation

ACTORS/MOVIE EXTRAS Needed Immediately for upcoming roles $150-$300 per day depending on job requirements. No experi ence, All looks needed. 1800-951-3584 A-105. For casting times /locations: Available to Travel? Earn Above Average $$$ Selling with Successful Young Business Group! No Experience Necessary. Paid Training. Lodging, Transportation, Provided. 1-877-646-5050 Earn up to $150 per day Undercover Shoppers Needed to Judge Retail & Dining Establishments Experience Not Required Call Now 1-877-737-7565

A picture is worth …

1-DAY OHIO CONCEALED CARRY CLASS Sat. May 14$110.00 in Newark OhioPH# 740-422-9644 www.fgfirearms.com

Classifieds sell (local call)

(740) 888-5003 Harley Davidson 05 Softail Springer Classic Under 2,000 miles, extras, $12,000. Call 614-579-7171. HD ’02 XLH1200 Sportster, blue, dbl seat, 5200 miles, needs tune up/batt, nvr been layed down, $6500, Lv Msg for Austin - 614497-2276, No calls after 10pm please. 1994 Honda Helix 250CC. Low milage. Excellent condition. Only $1800. Call 614-491-1683

Pique our reader’s attention with a photo of what you’re selling and watch the calls come pouring in.

2007 Kaw. ZX6R Ninja brand new, red, great condition, only 6 hours ride time $6,000 obo-(614)359-3916

CLASSIFIEDS

Newell Motor Coach. 1989 Newell Entertainment Coach, 475HP Detroit, Alli son AT, Full Larsen Sail awning, Commissary trail er, 20KW Kohler, HD LCD front & rear with surround sound, New Michelin steering tires, Windshield & Wheel covers, Mainte nance records, Extensive repairs, excellent cond. 740-986-8381 Email: gjones@jetelectric.com

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Built in 1998, 6500 sqft on (2) acres, six bedrooms and six bathrooms

AMENITIES:

• 20x40 in-ground pool • Hot tub under gazebo • Three season room • Finished Basement w/wet bar • Two garages

• Theatre room • Fenced-in Backyard • Three Gas Fireplaces • Deluxe security system • 1st floor master suite

AMAZING KIDS ACADEMY

HOME UPDATES:

• Master bath – 2011 • Kitchen appliances – 2011 • Pool liner 2010

NOW REGISTERING for 2011/12 Classes start in September

• New roof – Oct 2010 • Exterior painting – Oct 2010

Limited spaces available Ages 3 yr. - 5 yrs. 2, 3 & 5 morning programs 3 aft. 9:00-11-30 & 12:30-3:00 PM

Additional living quarters with private entrance. Includes living room, full kitchen, two bedrooms, full bath and is wheelchair accessible. Living space could be utilized as mother-in-law suite, home office, teen living area, or business office. The possibilities are endless.

4501 Hoover Rd.

740-548-7810 www.kirkhambuildingsystem.com

Priced at $858,000. For more information see listing on owners.com – MLS#JGD2113. To Schedule a Showing please contact Sandy Schultz at 614 395-3648.

CALL THE EXPERTS

(Bethel Lutheran Church)

614-539-4800

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SENIOR HOMECARE BY ANGELS We send you the best home caregivers for hygiene, meals, light housework. Up to 24hr care. Caregivers are experienced in elder care. Very reasonable rates. We do things your way! (614) 561-0075 www.v-angels.com

CALL ME FIRST! 7 days a week. CASH for your CARS $250-1000!!! Running or Not. Pay top $DOLLAR$ 614-778-5660

"LET THE EXPERT DO IT" STEVE’S BASEMENT AND DRAIN TILE REPAIR Downspout Drain Lines Sump Pumps French Drains Basement Repair Waterproofing 34 Years Journeyman Pipe Filter FREE ESTIMATES! (614)352-1075

#1 Bsmt Remodeling

AA. Progressive Basement Fully Insured. Refs. avail. Most basements under 10k Same job Less $$$ Call Steve 571-2093 www.myspace.com/ aaprogressivedrywall

" CHRISTIAN’S " PAINTING & BASEMENT WATERPROOFING 614-279-7876 740-641-1987

Advantage Paving Res. Com. Driveways, parking lots, schedule now for spring. Over 35 yrs exp. Call 614-832-6700

A JOB WELL DONE AGAIN Custom Carpentry/Repairs

614-235-1819

Drywall & Plaster Repair Textured Ceilings

Affordable Prices! Call Randy (614) 551-6963

COMPUTER EXPERTS On-site. Same Day Service Low Rates. Certified Techs. ANY COMPUTER ISSUE! 614-465-3278 fastteks.com

Hastings Construction CONCRETE WORK DRIVEWAYS 18X40, $3500 PATIOS 16 X 20, $1750 FREE ESTIMATES Lowest Price! No Deposit! Call Shawn 614-516-8398 www.hastings constructionco.com To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

Cutting Edge Landscaping Spring Clean Up SPECIAL starting at $40.00 Mowing SPECIAL starting as low as $15.00 Services We Offer

• Spring clean up • Mowing • Trimming • Edging

RONNIE (614)870-9228 GALLION CUSTOM CONCRETE LLC Decorative concrete, drives, patios, remove & repair. 30+ yrs exp.Lic/Ins. Member BBB. Reputation built on qual. www.gallion customconcrete.com DAN FEW CONCRETE 38 Years in Central Ohio. Drives, Walks, Pole Bldg, BB courts. Lic/Bond/Ins. Call 614-575-8561

• Paver Patios • Paver Sidewalks • Mulching • Landscape Design

HAHN’S ELECTRIC Quality work & materials at affordable prices. OH LIC 20240, Insured, 614-237-3524

Bobcat & Backhoe Service Free Estimates µ Footers Trenching µ Post holes Final grades µ Reseeding Good concr ete finish work! Call Gil: (740)467-3939

Accurate Garage Doors Service call only $25 Broken spring? Problem with Openers? 24/7 Svc µ 614-888-8008 $10 Off Svc call w/ ad

GARDEN TILLING Small Gardens & Flowerbeds. Tom, 614-878-4746

Paige Gutters/ Drains

614-519-4274 Cuttingedge2011@yahoo.com

You buy it, I’ll install / remodel it You break it, I’ll fix it, references. A & A Handymen. 614-446-6551

BOB TEAGUE Ceiling fans, Electrical, Phone & Cable Jacks, 30+Yrs., 614-478-2100

Dyna Remodeling

$10 off with ad 5% Senior Discount Seamless Gutters:

Roofing, Additions, Baths, Bsmt Remodeling/Repair, Decks, Fences & MORE Licensed & Insured " 614-735-0024 "

Installed, screened, Cleaned

Did you know:

Snaked, Repaired, Replaced

you can place your ad online?

Underground Drains:

Contact us today for your free estimate.

AAA AFFORDABLE Dumpsters. Do you have junk, trash, yard waste, roofing? We can help you! We have 5-20 yard dumpsters. Call Today Visa/MC Accepted Dave & Becky: 614-476-3626 1-800-GOT-JUNK? (1-800-468-5865) We bring the labor! Home or office www.1800GotJunk.com * Able Hauling * Clean-ups, clean-outs, whole houses. All Real Estate services, Senior discount. 291-3867 AFFORDABLE HAULING Trash, Brush, Junk Dumpsters Available Call today! Haul 2 -Day! 614-471-6444 C & J HAULING Estates, Dumpster Rental, Clean-outs; Bsmt, Garage, Yard, Brush. Bonded. 24/7 FREE EST, 614-237-3903 Gilbert Hauling All Types Bobcat, Demolition, Dumpsters 614-207-3554 or 614-476-1689 John’s Dumpster Hauling Best Rates in Town Trash Outs & Dumpster Rental Avail. Cash Special È 614-774-0302 MC HAULING Yard waste, basements, Clean-outs, free estimates. 614-272-5130 614-348-6089

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GOLDEN EARTH LANDSCAPING SPRING CLEAN-UP, Edging, Mulching, Pruning, Mowing, Tree & Shrub Installation & Design Low Maint. Dwarf Plants OSU Horticulture Grad. 31 Yrs Exp. Great Prices!! Member BBB

PRECISION 1 Serving Central Ohio Since 1986! Interior specials! 10% off with this ad. Spruce up your interior this winter. 614-833-6000

BURT’S PAINTING " SPRING SPECIAL " 15 Yrs Exp. FREE EST Locally Owned & Operated

614-539-3412

Call 614-875-6375 Al’s Summer Grass Quality Professional, Friendly Lawncare, Most Res lawns $25.00, weekly, biweekly service avail, when quality counts call us first 614-595-0074 "CLASSIC LANDSCAPES " Spring Clean Up, Pruning, Mulch, Paver Brick Patios /Walkways, Design/Install FREE EST, 614-332-1498

LAWN MOWING

GROVE CITY TREE SERVICE

Handley Plumbing Snake Drains, Outdoor Spigots, Downspouts 614-622-7352, 876-9681

Madison Plumbing Licensed & Insured ûFree Ests. û Call Today! Karl (614) 313-7806

BENCHMARK ROOFING

Starts at $25/lawn, Mulch Call Bob, 614-634-4340 Satisfaction Guaranteed

Roofing, Siding, Gutters FREE INSPECTIONS Licensed, Insured, Bonded

Auto Accident, No Insurance, File Bankruptcy, get license back, Atty. John H. Bates (614)221-3630

benchmarkroofing.com PRECISION 1 Roofing, Siding, Gutters, Windows, Insulation. www.precision1home improvement.com 614-578-3026

TREES R US TREE SERVICE Experienced Arborist everyone can afford. Fully Insured. Excellent rating on Angie’s List FREE EST. 614-989-3437

A-Accurate Tree Tree Trimming, Removal, & Stump Grinding FREE ESTIMATES 614-871-2979 Certified Arborist Fully Insured BBB A+Angies List

FREE EST. Insured

614-261-7190 BURNS TREE SVC Pruning, Trim & Removal Stump Grind,Fully Insured Free Ests., 614-877-2357

STUMP GRINDING Reasonable Rates Jason, 614-402-7517

WE ARE YOUR

MISSING PIECE

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CUSTOM COLORS SPRING SPECIAL FREE Gutter Cleaning & Powerwash with an Exterior Contract. Angie’s List , BBB,

614-394-4499 A Budget Priced Company with Professional Quality. BUDGET PRO SIGN-UP today & get a FREE POWERWASH w/whole house paint job. Ins/Free Est, 614-237-4187 budgetproservice.com A Job Well Done Again Painting, Powerwashing, Stucco & Drywall Repair, Gutter Cleaning, Carpentry. Need some thing done? Just ask! (614) 235-1819 Call Today! Interior & Exterior Painting Full Finishing & Decorative Painting. Excellent rates 18 years experience. INTERIOR DESTINATIONS Michelle, 740-334-9946 To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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www.benchmarkroofing.com ALL REPAIRS DONE IN YOUR HOME Clean, Oil, Adjust $29.95 Repair/Service, Guarant’d 614-890-7362

A Job Well Done Again Repair Specialists/Chimneys 614-235-1819 Alexander Hauling Topsoil, Mulch, Limestone Gravel, Sand, Comtil Spreading Available Bobcat Services & Patio Excavations-(614)491-5460 DAYCARE PROVIDERS & PRESCHOOLS

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