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Tent structure approved with conditions By MICHAEL J. MAURER ThisWeek Community Newspapers Its members were not happy to do it, but the Canal Winchester Planning and Zoning Commission approved a threeyear variance May 9 for a tent to be installed during the summer months at Hidden Lakes Vineyard and Winery on Winchester Pike. Owner Damon Pfeifer said he had

been providing the tent primarily for wedding parties, and each event required an individual three-day permit, leading to significant installation costs. Pfeifer had appeared before the commission in April and had since made changes in parking plans and the location of the proposed tent, placing it on the neighboring property of the Mid Ohio Historical Museum, which displays dolls and toys. Pfeifer said the museum agreed

to the lease in exchange for being able to use the tent. “The gentlemen are always looking for a place to go,” Pfeifer said. “They can sit under the tent and relax for an hour or so while their wives are going through the doll museum.” Several commission members suggested that Pfeifer should construct a building instead of a tent. “My advice is just to put up a more

permanent structure,” said commission member Dan Konold. “My personal feeling is you better invest in a more permanent structure.” Pfeifer said tents were requested by about 80 percent of wedding parties. “Maybe in the near future we could possibly do something like that,” Pfeifer said. “Right now the funds are not there to build a permanent fixture. We’re just talking a few months out of the year, just

the summer months. People are always asking for tents.” Commission member Mike Vasko said it was unwise to call a temporary structure a permanent structure under the zoning code. “This comes down to money,” Vasko said. “Instead of having to put the tent up and take the tent down in between See TENT, page A2

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will be auctioned, as well as more than 800 plastic-back and wood chairs in all sizes, from high school to preschool. Among the electronic and miscellaneous items being sold by the school district are more than 30 19-

The Canal Winchester Old Town Historical Committee discussed May 9 whether anything could be done to paint the steel railroad trestle over West The problem is, Waterloo Street, it’s lead based paint and concluded that the answer on the overpass. That was probably creates one issue, so not much. they have to remove The bridge is the property of that in a special way the railroad, and because it is a railroads historhazardous ically are not subject to any substance. significant local control. CHRIS STRAYER “From what I — development director recall, it is a railroad-owned asset and they are nonresponsive to doing any cosmetic repairs to the structure, but at the same time they (will) allow third parties to do that,” said Bruce Jarvis, director of Main Street Canal Winchester. “The responsibility, in my mind, at least at a moral level, would be on the railroad to take care of that.” Development director Chris Strayer estimated the cost of painting the trestle at $15,000. “The problem is, it’s lead based paint on the overpass,” Strayer said. “That creates one issue, so they have to remove that in a special way because it is a hazardous substance. It’s peeling and it will always peel, so it has to be taken off before you put something else on or it will just peel off.” Mayor Mike Ebert said the paint is hazardous waste that must be captured. “A lot it depends on how many layers of lead paint are on there,” Ebert said. “That’s where a lot of the cost is. The rest of it is pretty cheap, but it’s

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Carol Siegley, a sales associate at Dills Greenhouse, waters the plants on May 9. Like most people in the area, Siegley is happy to see the sun out again, not only for the increase in business to the greenhouse, but also for working in her own garden.

School district, city to hold auction By JEFF DONAHUE ThisWeek Community Newspapers Are you looking for a 10-burner gas range, plastic-back chairs or a used Chevrolet pickup? Those items and many others will be featured at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14, when the Canal Winchester Local

School District and city of Canal Winchester will hold a public auction at the old Canal Winchester High School site, 100 Washington St. Bargain hunters will find a variety of items, including kitchen and classroom items being sold by the school district. Kitchen items include a Southbend

(400) 10-burner gas range; several electric deep-fryers; a Cornelius ice maker; an upright cooler; a Whirlpool 40-gallon gas water heater; and a Trane 100,000-BTU gas furnace. More than 50 elementary student desks (wood, plastic and steel tops), 200-plus high school desks and several teacher and student desks also

Committee members favor tennis courts over BMX park By JAYME DETWEILER ThisWeek Community Newspapers The Canal Winchester Safety Committee has decided that there is room in the budget this year for two new tennis courts but most likely not for a Bicycle Motocross (BMX) park. Vice chair Bobbie Mershon said dur-

ing the May 5 safety committee meeting that residents have waited for years for tennis courts and to jump ahead to a BMX park “is not right.” There is $80,000 in the city’s budget for the new courts, according to Matt Peoples, director of public works. He said the location for the tennis courts has not yet been determined.


Council member Leah Turner spoke with youngsters who want the BMX park and said she still hopes to see it constructed. “I always go to bat for the kids,” she said. “I remember, and I would hope all of the rest of you remember, what it was like growing up here. What did you have to do?”

Turner said it’s time for the city to look at the idea. Committee members will visit Westerville’s BMX park soon to get more information on what the cost, insurance, and construction of a park in Canal Winchester would entail. Different locations for the park were suggested. The most likely location

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would be next to the skate park. The village must put limitations on heights of the jumps in order to be insured, according to the safety committee. Turner offered to donate dirt for the project, and said it’s just a matter of getSee COMMITTEE, page A2

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Tent structure approved with conditions Continued from page A1 activities, which is what you have to do now, and get a permit.” Vasko said it was likely the structure would become ever more permanent in nature. “The next thing is you’re going to want to put a pad underneath because the grass is going to die,”

Vasko said. “What makes the issue is that it’s permanent. I fundamentally have a problem with taking a temporary structure and calling it permanent to skirt our rules.” Pfeifer said the commission had been closely involved in the winery’s plans, noting that commissioners had sought and ob-

tained a change in location four years ago when he applied to build the facility. “It was Mr. Vasko’s idea to move it up close to the doll museum,” Pfeifer said. “We had the room to do anything we wanted to do down there but we had to move it to accommodate zoning and then we got your approval.”

Commissioners voted 5-2 to approve the variance and 6-1 to approve a site development plan, with Vasko and Jim Knowlton voting no and Joe Abbott, Bill Christensen, Jeff Graber, Dan Konold and Jennifer Solomon voting yes on the variance. Only Vasko voted no on the site plan. The variance was approved for a

Old Town Committee addresses image of aging railroad bridge Continued from page A1 recovering all that lead paint that is on there, capturing it and disposing of it. They’ll take it down to bare metal.” Ebert said congressmen, state representatives and members of the Ohio Rail Development Commission have all been approached — to no avail. The trestle is owned by the Indiana & Ohio Railroad, Strayer said. “They’re not going to pay for it,” he said. “If we want to take care of the problem they say go right ahead.”

Committee member Bobbie Mershon said residents may not mind the bridge but it creates a bad first impression. “Most people don’t even notice it anymore,” Mershon said. “I certainly don’t. But coming in new to the village, that’s the first thing you see.” Jarvis suggested building a screening structure, but Strayer said it would still cost the same. “You’re at about the same dollar figure,” Strayer said. “We could create some aluminum frame to go over the side with banners and cover up the bridge, but you’re still

going to have the same dollar issue.” Jarvis said Main Street was unlikely to be able to pay for any work that cost in excess of a few thousand dollars. “Given the size of our budget, that would be a pretty large task,” Jarvis said. “I could see someday going after this.” Mershon said the railroad will never do it. “Unless there is some definite hazard to somebody’s health, they could care less what it looks like,” Mershon said. “I wouldn’t waste your breath. It’s not going to happen.”

three-year period to allow the tent from May to September. In other business, Marlene and Richard Betzler appeared before the commission to seek feedback before applying for a demolition permit for a 1915 American four square house at 220 Washington,

a home that is in the last lot of the south end of the town’s preservation area. Commission members seemed inclined to allow the demolition, but asked the couple to provide some feedback on the historical merit of the house.




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Committee members favor tennis courts over BMX park Continued from page A1 ting manual labor to build the jumps. She suggested that the youngsters who want the park could help build it. There was also discussion about skateboarders riding in areas where signs are post-

ed forbidding it. Some members of the committee suggested that building a BMX park “rewards bad behavior.” Safety Committee chair Steve Donahue said that 95 percent of those using the current skate park abide by posted rules and 5 percent are “the ones you have to deal with.”

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After paying an admission price of 10 cents, a visitor to the carnival was treated to a variety of attractions. “Every room in the Guild house will have its show,â€? the paper reported. “In addition, there will be a big circus tent on the west side of the Guild house and a tent on the east side in which there will be an Italian village in which refreshments will be served. This feature will be presided over by the many girls of the cooking classes which ‌ have been get-

We’ll leave no stone unturned in our effort to attract, retain and add jobs in the Columbus region. That includes reaching out globally and leveraging our great business connections throughout the world. We must think and act globally to make an impact locally. It’s no surprise that the Columbus region must compete for business beyond U.S. borders. The Columbus2020! team travels the globe to identify these opportunities. Attracting business and supporting international business interests in the region is the job of Deborah Scherer, director of Columbus2020! global markets. Under her direction, our team first will reach out to the nearly 300 foreign-owned businesses in our region and travel to Israel, Canada, India, China, Germany and several other European countries this year alone. It must be said that Japanese companies, led by Honda and its many suppliers, remain in our thoughts and prayers. We likely will visit Japan in the fall and continue to do all we can to strengthen our relationships with the many Japanese companies that provide so many good jobs across the Columbus region. When visiting our internation-

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gion’s leading industries, including financial services, information technology, legal and education. Participants included the city of Columbus, Columbus Sister Cities International, Ohio State University, Jones Lang Lasalle, Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter, Bluemile Inc. and SGI Global Business Advisors. India is home to a growing number of companies looking to international markets for growth, and the U.S. market is tops on their lists. Over 10 days, our mission generated more than 40 meetings, resulting in new and strengthened relationships, business-development opportunities and institutional relationships that will benefit the region both economically and academically. Since returning from our trip, nearly 10 India-based companies have expressed an interest in visiting Columbus. Our objective for each economic development action, whether as a meeting with many of our great companies in the region or a visit abroad, is to generate more foreign direct investment, more jobs and more global connections. To do that effectively, we must continue to invest in these efforts month after month and year after year. When we travel to Germany and Israel, our goal will be to create awareness of the Columbus area and its many assets. Our region’s growing talent base, work ethic, logistics and technology strengths, established industry sectors and easy market access are just some of the reasons that international businesses thrive here. We will continue to demonstrate why the Columbus area makes sense as a location for their U.S. business operations. International business is a key part of our economic diversity in Columbus, and it is a natural extension of our efforts to develop jobs and investment here. We are proud to represent such a robust region and are excited about our appointments around the world. Kenny McDonald is chief economic officer for Columbus2020! Email McDonald at or visit for more information.

ting ready to serve many toothsome dishes, every one of them strictly homemade. Tea will also be served.� Accompanying the food service was “a real Italian band under the direction of Signor Cincione, who has been a member of many concert bands of national fame.� Some of the major attractions of the carnival were the circus acts performed in the big tent. Among them were “the clown troupe made up of a boys club at the Guild.� Acrobatic stunts also were performed by instructors from the local

YMCA, and a Guild staff member performed as the circus strongman. Then there were the boxers. “John Albanese, well-known in pugilistic circles, will pull off a six-round boxing exhibition with his sparring partners, Young Joe Thomas and Cyclone Sully. This show, which will be patronized by scores of Johnny’s admirers, promises to get a cartload or two of nickels for the carnival treasury. Arizona Pete will be there, too.� Members of a boys club were unanimously in favor of a hoorah “wild west,� so they came together and skimmed

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‘Flytown’ played host to large spring carnival in Columbus 100 years ago People have been celebrating the arrival of spring for a long time. Even before civilizations began with written records more than 5,000 years ago, people emerged from their homes and reveled in the fact that the cold, wet darkness of winter was gone. The flowers were back and so was the promise of a better day. In Columbus, 100 years ago, people celebrated the arrival of spring in a number of ways. At Indianola Park, at 19th and North Fourth streets, a kite-flying contest was held. At local dance halls and roller rinks, special evenings were held to attract both regular and casual visitors. In Flytown, it was the annual spring carnival. First, perhaps a brief word about Flytown might be in order. Every city of any size has its “entry point� neighborhoods. These are the places where people of little or moderate means could find housing and stores to purchase inexpensive food, clothing and the other necessities of life. When Columbus was a small Midwestern capital city of several hundred residents, the poor lived along the river or near one of the ravines created by creeks passing through the downtown while the

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criminal element had a modest “thieves market� near what is now the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and ED Long Street. LENTZ A hundred years later in 1911, Columbus was a major center of transportation and trade, as well as a major manufacturing center. Perhaps it should not be too surprising that the entry neighborhoods of Columbus — and there were a few in 1911 — had grown up around the factory areas, where a lot of work might be found. In the far south end of the city, near the steel mills, was the Steelton area. On the near west side was the Middletown neighborhood near old Franklinton. And on the north side, near Goodale Park to the east and the factories that lined the Olentangy to the west, was Flytown. No one seemed to know why exactly it was called Flytown. One theory held that the area of modest homes and poorly drained streets literally “flew up� overnight. Another noted that the area was the home of many peo-

ple who were living “on the fly.â€? Of course, there was the notion that the area had a lot of houseflies. In any case, by 1911, Flytown was the home of several hundred people of various nationalities with little income and a variety of medical, social and economic concerns. Since the end of the previous century, help had been provided by Godman Guild. Formed with the financial help of shoe magnate H.C. Godman, the guild was one of the oldest and more successful settlement houses in the city. Each year, one of the reasons for that success was its spring carnival. Called “Skada Doings,â€? the event was sponsored by the Guild and the West Goodale Street Improvement Association. A local paper praised Godman Guild and noted, “There is the city’s best cosmopolitanism because a dozen nationalities meet there under the guiding spirit of a common mixture of cooperative needs. As an evidence of this cooperation, the actual services of 150 members of the Guild and the spirit of many hundreds of other members will combine ‌ in the Guild’s annual carnival.â€? See FLYTOWN, page A5

ThisWeek Community Media and Columbus State Community College have announced the finalists for the Amazing Student Volunteers scholarship contest designed to showcase volunteer efforts of youth in central Ohio. The scholarship, presented by Columbus State Community College and supported by Stanley Steemer, was open to students in kindergarten through 12th grade in ThisWeek’s five-county coverage area: Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Licking and Union counties. Entries also were accepted from Madison and Pickaway counties. ThisWeek received several entries for the contest, which concluded April 30. Staff members from ThisWeek and HandsOn Central Ohio served as judges and chose the finalists, whose stories and photos will appear in

the May 19 edition of ThisWeek and online at The first-place winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship, and two runners-up will receive $500. Ten honorable-mention entrants will receive family passes to COSI. The finalists for the Amazing Student Volunteers scholarship are Skyla Andy of Marysville, Graham Bowling of Delaware, Libby Erwin of Reynoldsburg, Hunter Frey of Delaware, Glen Gainer of Westerville, Holly Klepek of Worthington, Eric McCorkle of Dublin, Caitlin Rigsby of Reynoldsburg, Madi Ryan of Westerville, Kristen Sellan of Westerville, Erika Severance of Blacklick, Kailynne Tangeman of Marysville, Jonathan Zins of Dublin and Zachary Zins of Dublin.

the cream from some of the literary works of some of their favorite authors, and a thrilling western melodrama, “The Western Way,� was the result. Thomas Gifford, assisted by Clark Constance, was the official trainer for the cowboys and Indians. And how, one might wonder, were all of the proceeds of the carnival to be spent? “During the two evenings of the various shows, $1,000 is expected to be raised for the equipment and operation of the summer athletic field. A site has been leased just west of the Goodale

Street bridge. “Several baseball diamonds, volleyball and basketball fields and a running track are to be among the amusements for the boys and men of the Guild.� Presumably, some of the money raised by the carnival was spent for the benefit of the ladies and girls of Godman Guild, as well. In any case, it seems a good time was had by all. Ed Lentz writes a history column for ThisWeek.

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To add, remove or update a 9:30 a.m. at the Canal Banking listing, email editorial@thisweek- Center, 6360 Prentiss School Drive, and the fourth Tuesday of the month from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Winchester Tea Room, Events 25 N. High St. Call Karen Stiles Guidelines for Living: An Inat (614) 920-3090. terfaith Event, 7-9 p.m. MonThe Central Ohio 9-12 Proday, May 16, at Asbury United ject, 5 p.m. the second WednesMethodist Church, 4760 Winday and 7 p.m. the fourth Saturchester Pike. Speakers will be day of the month. Meeting locaSeth Josephson, Kevin Orr and Bashir Asad. Refreshments will tion varies. For information, call be served. RSVP to Kevin Orr at Mike Lyons at (614) 561-4040 or email info@CentralO(614) 837-4601. Canal Winchester Rotary Government Club, noon-1 p.m. every ThursCanal Winchester Village day at Shade on the Canal RestauCouncil, 7 p.m. the first and third rant, 19 S. High St. Individuals Mondays of the month at Town interested in learning more about Hall, 10 N High St. Rotary are invited to attend. Visit Planning and zoning com- mission, 7 p.m. the second MonCub Scout Pack 316, 6:45-8 day of each month at Town Hall. p.m. Thursdays, in Brice United Old Town committee meet- Methodist Church, 3160 Brice ings, 5:45 p.m. the second Mon- Road. The scout pack is seeking day of the month at Town Hall. new members. For information Finance committee meetings, or questions, call Tom McInner5:45 p.m. the first Monday of the ney at (614) 863-5221 or email month at Town Hall. Safety committee meetings, Indians Touchdown Club, 7 9 a.m. the first Wednesday of the p.m. the first Tuesday of the month at Town Hall. month in the Canal Winchester Service committee meetings, High School media center, 300 5:45 p.m. the third Monday of Washington St. For more inforthe month at Town Hall. mation, visit www.canalwinLandmarks commission, 7 p.m. the fourth Monday of the Main Street Canal Winchesmonth at Town Hall. ter Coffee networking group, 8 Madison Township Board of a.m. the third Friday of the month Trustees, 6 p.m. the third Wednesat Harvest Moon Coffee House. day of each month in the ComVisit www.mainstreetcanalwinmunity Center, 4575 Madison Lane, Groveport. Networking Luncheon, sponsored by the Canal Winchester Meetings Area Chamber of Commerce, Canal Connections, a net- 11:30 a.m. the second Wednesworking group, meets the second day of the month at the Canal Tuesday of the month from 8:30- Winchester Senior Center, 22 S.

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Support groups Fairfield County Autism Resource Group, 6:30-8:30 p.m. the second Thursday of the month at the Early Childhood Center, 1592 Granville Pike, Lancaster. Call (614) 653-4489 or (614) 8626171. Grief Support Group meets for lunch at noon the first Wednesday of the month at the Fairfield County District Library, 219 N. Broad St., Lancaster. Sponsored by Fairhope Hospice. Call (740) 654-7077. Southeast Moms Club, 10 a.m. the fourth Wednesday of the month at Peace United Methodist Church, 235 Diley Road. For information, visit Reformers Unanimous International Addiction Abstinence, a faith-based program, 7 p.m. Friday, Heritage Baptist Church, 470 Groveport Road. Visit the church’s website at or call (614) 837-6772.

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Closet at the Morse Road retail store for the last three years. Margie Pizzuti, president and CEO of Goodwill Columbus, said the need to provide one-on-one counseling on interview-appropriate clothing proved challenging to the Goodwill staff. One-on-one personal shopping assistance is a service Dress for Success provides every day,

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BARCELONA OHIO SOCCER CLUB “BARCA OHIO” COMES TO PICKERINGTON Pickerington, Ohio April 12, 2011 -- The Barcelona Ohio Soccer Club brings an exceptional professional soccer program to Pickerington, Ohio. The Barcelona Ohio Board of Directors are proud to announce that they have entered into an agreement to collaborate with PB FC Barcelona CA. (PB-CA.), an official affiliate of FC Barcelona, through their Collaboration Program. Barcelona Ohio is the only soccer club authorized to represent the State of Ohio in the Collaboration Program. Other partner states associated with this program are Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, Texas and Virginia. Through the Collaboration Program, Barcelona Ohio Soccer Club will be provided outstanding technical, administrative and soccer support benefits far from what any other local soccer club has. Additionally, the program offers opportunities beyond soccer relationships and methodologies such as: Our Select Program which offers an outstanding professional coaching staff (including national and former professional soccer players), Intensive 10 month professionally designed soccer curriculum for boys and girls ages U8/U9 - U18, Mandatory Coaching Education Clinics under the direction of FC Barcelona CA coaching staff, National corporate sponsors, Advanced marketing and advertising programs, Instant notoriety, Trips to Barcelona for all age groups, as well as comprehensive apparel agreements with EUROSPORT & NIKE (All teams will play in official FC Barcelona Uniforms.) The Club will also offer a recreational program for youth ages U4 – U12 as well as academies for ages U6 – U8. Barcelona Ohio Soccer Club will be holding select soccer tryouts for boys and girls ages U8/U9 - U18 starting May 31st. Tryouts will be held at The Pickerington Christian Church, 575 Diley Road, Pickerington, Ohio. For more information regarding all of our programs please visit our website at

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State funding aids early detection In December of 1989 Elizabeth Cassady’s mother Roberta informed her “We realize that it’s unrealistic to expect the BCCP to family that she had been diagnosed receive more funding during these tough economic with breast cancer. Elizabeth recalls her concern for her mother was times. When the current budget problems are resolved overwhelming. So was the concern for and the state can dedicate more resources toward her own health as she knew she may be prevention, we will continue to show the cost benefits at a higher risk of breast cancer than the average woman. of early screening versus treatment and ask that Elizabeth also understood, through funding be increased.” her mother’s own battle, that if detected early the survival rate is very good. She — KATIE CARTER determined her best chance to fight the KOMEN COLUMBUS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR disease, if ever she were diagnosed, would be to catch it early through years-old and her insurance didn’t write an appeal letter to her insurance regular screenings. cover mammograms for women under company informing them of her mothUnfortunately at the time of her the age of 40. So every year she would er’s diagnosis and her higher risk. mother’s diagnosis Elizabeth was 25-

“Every year before my screening, I would simply change the date on the appeal letter I sent the year before as I expected the insurance company would deny payment for my mammogram,” Elizabeth said. For Elizabeth, her annual encounter with the red tape was worthwhile as the screenings gave her knowledge and peace of mind. A couple years ago Elizabeth began working contract jobs and found herself unable to afford health insurance or the cost of screenings — yet her income was too high to be eligible for the state’s Medicaid program. Even more frightening, the team at the Columbus Cancer Clinic detected a mass in her left breast during her annual mammogram.

Needing a second screening and an ultrasound, the Cancer Clinic informed Elizabeth that she would be eligible for assistance through the state’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP). Administered by the Ohio Department of Health through funding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state budget appropriations, the BCCP provides mammograms, diagnostic testing and case management services to low-income women in Ohio who don’t have insurance coverage and fall in the eligibility gap for the state’s Medicaid system. Last year, the Ohio BCCP screened See STATE, on next page

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State funding aids early detection In December of 1989 Elizabeth Cassady’s mother Roberta informed her “We realize that it’s unrealistic to expect the BCCP to family that she had been diagnosed receive more funding during these tough economic with breast cancer. Elizabeth recalls her concern for her mother was times. When the current budget problems are resolved overwhelming. So was the concern for and the state can dedicate more resources toward her own health as she knew she may be prevention, we will continue to show the cost benefits at a higher risk of breast cancer than the average woman. of early screening versus treatment and ask that Elizabeth also understood, through funding be increased.” her mother’s own battle, that if detected early the survival rate is very good. She — KATIE CARTER determined her best chance to fight the KOMEN COLUMBUS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR disease, if ever she were diagnosed, would be to catch it early through years-old and her insurance didn’t write an appeal letter to her insurance regular screenings. cover mammograms for women under company informing them of her mothUnfortunately at the time of her the age of 40. So every year she would er’s diagnosis and her higher risk. mother’s diagnosis Elizabeth was 25-

“Every year before my screening, I would simply change the date on the appeal letter I sent the year before as I expected the insurance company would deny payment for my mammogram,” Elizabeth said. For Elizabeth, her annual encounter with the red tape was worthwhile as the screenings gave her knowledge and peace of mind. A couple years ago Elizabeth began working contract jobs and found herself unable to afford health insurance or the cost of screenings — yet her income was too high to be eligible for the state’s Medicaid program. Even more frightening, the team at the Columbus Cancer Clinic detected a mass in her left breast during her annual mammogram.

Needing a second screening and an ultrasound, the Cancer Clinic informed Elizabeth that she would be eligible for assistance through the state’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP). Administered by the Ohio Department of Health through funding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state budget appropriations, the BCCP provides mammograms, diagnostic testing and case management services to low-income women in Ohio who don’t have insurance coverage and fall in the eligibility gap for the state’s Medicaid system. Last year, the Ohio BCCP screened See STATE, on next page

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Regina Brett to speak at post-race event On May 14, downtown Columbus will be transformed into a sea of pink as thousands gather to participate in the annual Susan G. Komen Columbus Race for the Cure. Within the crowd of pink-clad people—there were more than 50,000 participants in 2010—certain individuals stand out because they are just a little bit pinker than all the rest. Hundreds of breast cancer survivors, marked by their solid pink t-shirts, will run and walk the 5K race course this year—accompanied by family, friends and the Central Ohio community. After the race, all survivors will be invited to participate in the Sur-

vivor Ceremony & Celebration, an empowering, inspirational event that will start at 10:45 a.m. on the west steps of the Ohio Statehouse. The keynote speaker for this year’s celebration knows all too well what it means to be a breast cancer survivor. Regina Brett has been cancer-free for 14 years. She has sisters and cousins who have lost their lives to the disease. Her daughter found out in 2007 that she, like Brett, carried the BRCA1 gene, which can cause breast cancer, and chose to have her breasts surgically removed. Brett is a well-known and respected columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and a Pulitzer Prize finalist twice for pieces she

wrote for the newspaper. She is also the author of God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life’s Little Detours, an inspirational collection of essays, and she hosts a weekly call-in radio show on Northeast Ohio’s NPR affiliate station. At the Columbus survivor ceremony, Brett will celebrate breast cancer survivorship surrounded by fellow survivors and those closest to them—in addition to thousands of other Ohioans. As each survivor crosses the finish line, they will receive a pink rose and be asked to proceed to Survivor Palooza, a special tented area designated for survivors, to prepare to be honored at the

ceremony. During the event, they will parade across the Statehouse lawn in order of length of survivorship—from those undergoing treatment to those who have been cancer-free for decades— and assemble on the steps of the Statehouse to be recognized. The celebration won’t be without music. The Hot Pink Racers, a local band that combines punk rock and pink, will get the crowd moving. The band was organized exclusively for the Columbus Race for the Cure by Joe Cygan, the widower of Heather Pick, a Columbus television news anchor who lost her fight with breast cancer in 2008. Rebekah Smith, a talented young Columbus singer,

will also perform with accompianist Scott Solchert. Awards will be given to survivors and top runners. All are welcome on the State-

house lawn after the race this year to join in this amazing celebration of survivorship—and be part of finding a cure to end breast cancer forever.


STATE FUNDING AIDS EARLY DETECTION Elizabeth Cassady pictured with her mother Roberta, used the BCCP program to pay for mammograms, when she did not qualify for Medicaid.

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our own self-evaluations and screenings. It’s about saving lives.� In October, Elizabeth accepted the job as the Canteen Manager at the VFW Post 4044 in Columbus. While she has never participated in the Susan G. Komen Columbus Race for the Cure, she was given the responsiPhoto courtesy of Komen Columbus bility to coordinate the Post’s 2011 team – a task Elizabeth would be fine. It was through the $250,000. The women who says has special meaning. qualify but don’t receive screen- assistance from the BCCP that Coincidently Elizabeth’s ings often show up later at hospi- she got the additional screenings friends and family will also be she and her doctors needed to tal emergency rooms with canparticipating in the Race for the cers that have grown and spread effectively manage her health. first time led by her mother “I am very grateful for the resulting in more costly treatRoberta, a 22-year as a breast ments and a much lower chance BCCP for helping me maintain cancer survivor. the proper mammography for survival. For more information about schedule set forth by the physiDuring Elizabeth’s follow up the Ohio Breast and Cervical examinations it was determined cians,� Elizabeth said. “As a Cancer Program visit woman, I consider it a ‘have to’ that the mass that was found The Susan G. that we all be more diligent with Komen for the Cure Columbus was only tissue and that she Affiliate is also encouraging supporters and advocates to contact their state legislators to urge them to keep funding the BCCP.

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13,591 women - of which 213 were diagnosed with breast cancer. Unfortunately as the state has faced difficult budget challenges in recent years, funding for the program has been significantly reduced. Based on the most recent data, 150,601 women in Ohio (8 percent of the population) are eligible for BCCP however only 11 percent of that population can be screened at current funding levels. In the proposed state budget for fiscal years 2012-2013, funding for the Ohio BCCP program is reduced by another $228,000 over the next two years translating into roughly 1,300 fewer screenings. Ohio’s Komen affiliates recognize the state’s fiscal situation, so instead of asking legislative leaders to restore funding at levels from previous years, the request is to refrain from any additional reductions. “We realize that it’s unrealistic to expect the BCCP to receive more funding during these tough economic times,� Komen Columbus Executive Director Katie Carter said. “When the current budget problems are resolved and the state can dedicate more resources toward prevention, we will continue to show the cost benefits of early screening versus treatment and ask that funding be increased.� While state lawmakers work to reform the Medicaid system to reduce costs and improve health outcomes for Ohioans, advocates for the BCCP warn that any additional reduction in access to the screening program will only lead to increases in overall health care costs. While the average cost of BCCP services is $175, the cost of treating later stage breast cancer can exceed


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Carole Morbitzer selected for award Morbitzer says she got involved with Komen Columbus after coaching a close volleyball match. One of her star players, Lindsey, seemed distracted. Later, on the bus ride home, she noticed Lindsey and four other girls crying. Once they returned to school she approached Lindsey and discovered that her mother had just been diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. “I stood there in the rain with Lindsey, her head on my shoulder and we both cried,” Morbitzer said. “When I got in the car, it hit me. Those other four girls who were crying with Lind-

sey...their mothers had breast cancer also.” Knowing she had to get involved, Morbitzer entered her school in the High School Team Challenge Program for the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure in 2000. The Hamilton Township team continues to grow every year due to a combination of new students joining with alumni, friends, and family. Last year the team reached an all time high of 816 members, and Morbitzer hopes that number will be surpassed this year. One of those alumni running

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with her every year is Lindsey, who was also one of the first people Morbitzer called after finding out she received the Outstanding Individual Volunteer Award. “[Lindsey] began to cry and said, ‘I am so proud of you.’” Morbitzer said. “In my 16-year career, I have told hundreds of students that I am proud of them. It was the first time that a former student said those words to me.” In the 11 years Morbitzer has coached volleyball with Hamilton Township, she has had seven players experience their mothers’ battles with breast cancer. This motivated her to raise an incredible $95,027 for the Columbus Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure through Race registrations, pledges,Volley for the Cure events and other donations. “Every year I learn of more students who are affected by breast cancer,” Morbitzer said. “I will do everything I can for the rest of my career to get students involved in the fight against breast cancer. I will continue to encourage students to participate in the Race for the Cure every and for the rest of their lives...or better yet, until there is a cure.” Each year, Morbitzer not only organizes a team to be in the race, but another 200 volunteers at the start line. Her group even choreographed a dance they taught to breast cancer survivors and then performed at the Survivor Ceremony on Race day. She says her students have a great time during the race, but do remember what is important, the survivors. “When the survivors come through those State House doors [at the Survivor Ceremony], I will look around and I will see several students in tears,” Morbitzer said, “It is during those moments when I have realized that my students get it. They understand why they are there and realize that they are a part of something amazing.” Under Morbitzer’s tireless direction, every year a new group of students becomes engaged in the breast cancer cause not only at Hamilton Township, but in Central Ohio, as she provides advice and suggestions to other area high schools for forming Race teams and planning Volley for the Cure events. As Outstanding Individual Volunteer of the Year, Morbitzer shares this advice for those participating in their first Race for the Cure: “You may have seen footage of the race on TV or looked at pictures in the paper, but you cannot truly understand what it is like until you have participated in the race. It is an experience like no other. To think that over 50,000


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Bradley standout loves softball When I was talking with a veteran high school softball coach in central Ohio about Hilliard Bradley’s talented senior, Kellie Roudabush, he told me, “It’s simple, Larry. This girl can flat out hit a softball.” And that is what this Jaguars standout has LARRY been doing all LARSON season. Through 18 games, Roudabush was batting .576 with seven doubles, three triples, four home runs and 20 RBI. She also has been stellar as a pitcher with a 10-2 record and a 1.99 ERA, but it’s her offense that has sparked Bradley to 15 wins in those 18 games. “I work very hard at every aspect of softball, but right now I have more confidence swinging the bat than the other parts of the game,” Roudabush said. “I do teework every day as I constantly try to improve as a hitter, and before we play I take a 10-minute jog and try to visualize what I am going to do at bat against their pitcher. All of that helps me focus on what I want to complete. When I am at bat I clear everything else out of my mind because I want no distractions and, until there are two strikes on me, I look for my pitch. “I guess I would be called a power hitter and I am striving to be a complete hitter, and that means taking what’s given to me and going with the pitch. When I was a freshman, I pulled everything and now, as I have matured, I have learned how to hit the outside pitch and how to hit the outside pitch with power. “I feel like I am a coachable athlete and I have been lucky to have coach (Kevin) Moody with me at both Hilliard Darby and here at Bradley. I have had my summer coaches and my dad work with me and they have been able to change my swing at times, teach me not to hit off my front foot too much, how to use my hips for power in my swing and the importance of following through when you hit. I think I have learned well.” In the circle, Roudabush likes to rely on her full arsenal of pitches. “I have become the type of pitcher who can definitely bring the fastball, but I like to mix up my pitches to keep the opponents off balance,” she said. “I am very confident with my screwball right now and I never want the batters to know what is coming. I am also very confident with my teammates behind me on defense. Practice is definitely paying off with our team and we are learning to pick each other up if a mistake is made. Remember since Bradley is a new school we have only been together for two seasons. But everyone gets along and, even though I had two great years at Darby, I am glad I am here at Bradley because it has allowed me to be a leader on the

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Nick Zaluski of Canal Winchester delivers a pitch to Logan Elm’s Nate Vagnier during the host Indians’ 11-7 victory April 15. Canal Winchester was 14-10 heading into its first-round Division I district tournament game against Linden-McKinley on May 10.

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Several members of the Canal Winchester High School softball team began to wonder if the Indians had what it took to put together a winning season, much less challenge for a league championship, after they lost seven of their first 11 games and started off 3-3 in the MSLBuckeye Division. But after coach Randy Hinton made some adjustments to his lineup, his squad bounced back to win 11 of its next 13 games and seven of its final eight MSL-Buckeye contests on the way to capturing its fourth league title in seven seasons. Canal Winchester, Logan Elm and Teays Valley tied atop the MSL-Buckeye standings at 104. The Indians also won league titles in 2005, 2007 and 2009. “This is special because the girls really got down on themselves at one point and I told them they needed to believe in themselves, because I had confidence that we still could have a good season,” Hinton said. “We made some changes to our lineup, and once we started winning, the girls gained more confidence and began to believe they could be a very good team.” After the 4-7 start, the Indians made several defensive adjustments. Angel Steube began starting at third base after missing the first five games because of a suspension and gradually working her way back into the lineup, while Mariah Bonner moved from third base to left field. Mariah Rock moved from second base to right field and Kaleigh Whitlatch moved from right field to second base. Sophomore catcher Alyxis Moore also began calling pitches in place of Hinton, and pitcher Lauren Arndt has responded well to that change. See LARSON, page B2 On May 5, Arndt pitched a

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Emily Wynkoop and the Indians softball team overcame a 4-7 start to win 11 of 13 games and capture their fourth MSL-Buckeye championship in seven seasons.

no-hitter in an 11-0 win over Lancaster in five innings. “We struggled defensively early in the season, but we made some adjustments and those changes have worked out well for our team,” Hinton said. “Lauren’s pitching has gotten stronger, too, since Alyxis began calling pitches.” On May 2, Canal Winchester beat Logan Elm 4-3, aveng-

ing a 12-1 loss to Logan Elm in five innings just six days earlier. Four days after the win over Logan Elm, the Indians routed Amanda-Clearcreek 13-1 in five innings, as Andrea Peer went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run, a two-run homer and a double, and Emily Wynkoop hit a two-run homer. “It felt really good to beat

Logan Elm after they run-ruled us the first time around,” Peer said. “We had a phenomenal offensive day against AmandaClearcreek. It feels great to be league champions because a lot of people thought we were going to be a mediocre team and we weren’t sure of how good we could be after we started so slow. But we’ve made some changes and we’ve had a

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Canal Winchester baseball and softball teams: BASEBALL *May 2 — Lost to Logan Elm 5-4 *May 4 — Lost to Pickerington North 14-4 in six innings May 6 — Defeated AmandaClearcreek 10-8 May 7 — Def. Mount Vernon 6-5; def. Mount Vernon 6-4 May 10 — Played Linden-McKinley in first round of Division II district tournament. Winner plays at sixthseeded Watterson or Columbus East in second round May 12. Winner plays fourth-seeded DeSales, Hamilton Township or Mifflin in district semifinal May 16 at Hilliard Darby. Winner plays in district final May 18 at Grove City. Of note: The Indians were 14-10 overall before May 10 and finished 10-4 in the MSL-Buckeye. SOFTBALL *May 2 — Def. Logan Elm 4-3 May 5 — Def. Lancaster 11-0 in five innings *May 6 — Def. Amanda-Clearcreek 13-1 in five innings May 7 — Def. Dublin Coffman 106; lost to Liberty Union 1-0 May 9 — Def. Columbus East 190 in five innings in first round of Division II district tournament May 10 — Played Grove City May 11 — Played at Olentangy Orange in second round May 11. Winner plays second-seeded Lakewood, eighth-seeded Centennial or Eastmoor Academy in district semifinal May 16 at Pickerington North. Winner plays in district final May 18 at Pickerington Central. Of note: The Indians were 15-9 overall before May 9 and finished 10-4 in the MSL-Buckeye. *MSL-Buckeye contest

huge turnaround.” The Indians opened Division II district tournament play on May 9 with a 19-0, five-inning win over Columbus East. They played at Olentangy Orange in the second round on May 11, with the winner playing secSee INDIANS, page B2

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Ashley Mavis and the Indians girls track and field team will compete in the Division I, district 4 sectional meet on May 18-19 and 21 at Hamilton Township while the boys compete in the Division I, district 1 sectional on May 17, 19 and 21 at Hilliard Bradley.


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Continued from page B1 ond-seeded Lakewood or eighth-seeded Centennial in a district semifinal on Monday, May 16, at Pickerington North. The winner of the semifinal will face fifth-seeded Hartley, sixthseeded Olentangy, seventh-seeded Jonathan Alder or Granville in a district final on Wednesday, May 18, at Pickerington Central. Canal Winchester lost to Lakewood 8-0 in a district final a year ago, after winning a district title the previous season. “We need to keep hitting the ball hard and to play as error free as we can to win in the

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Canal Winchester boys and girls track & field teams: May 7 — Boys: Finished first (139) in 12-team Teays Valley Invitational ahead of runner-up Watkins Memorial (116). Finishing first were Jarrod Genther in the 1,600 (4:32.11), Bryn Campbell in the discus (144-3) and Corey Bell in the pole vault (13-6); Girls: Finished first (150.5) in 11team Teays Valley Invitational ahead of runner-up DeSales (135.5). Finishing first were Joscelyn Powell in

tournament,” Hinton said. “Lakewood’s the highest seed in our bracket, and if we can do those things and beat them, I think we can keep winning

the 100 (12.6), 200 (26.52),100 hurdles (15.09) and 300 hurdles (program-record 46.19), Kayla Scott in the 3,200 (11:39.88), Haley Adams, Kelly Henderson, Jonika Hopkins and Jessie Endicott in the 1,600 relay (4:27.1), Scott, Ali Stauffer, Natalie Tennison and Hopkins in the 3,200 relay (10:27.42) and Taylor Smith in the high jump (5-2). May 10, 13 — MSL-Buckeye meet at home May 17-21 — Boys: Division I, district 1 meet at Hilliard Bradley (May 17, 19, 21); Girls: Division I, district 4 meet at Hamilton Township (May 1819, 21). Top four in each event advance to regional May 25 and 27 at Pickerington North.

and make a run to the regional tournament.”

LARSON interviewed. “I just love everything about softball,” she said. “I love to hit, I love to field, I love to pitch, I love to run the bases, I love sliding and I love being around a group of teammates that all have a common goal, and that is to win a conference title and hopefully a whole lot more.” I’ll see you at a game.

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team and that is something that has helped me grow as a person. I have learned that if you have a challenge, then go out and work hard to reach that challenge. Being a leader has helped me work with all kinds of people and has helped me mature as an individual.” Roudabush, who will play softball at the University of Akron beginning next year, is as Larry Larson is a former athletics director at passionate about her sport as any athlete I have Grandview High School.


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Making Adjustments: Worthington Kilbourne sophomore Hannah Loveday has had to make plenty of adjustments, transferring from Gallipolis Gallia Academy where she finished sixth in the shot put in the Division II state meet. Loveday has become one of the top performers for the track and field team. Worst to First: The Olentangy baseball team defeated Westerville North 9-2 on May 6 to clinch the OCC-Cardinal Division title a year after finishing last. The league title is the first for the Braves since 2007. "It's great because not a lot of guys get the experience of winning a league championship," junior Woody Wallace said. A Delayed Victory: Upper Arlington’s Olivia Menden won the 1,600 meters on May 6. Runners were 350 meters into the race when it was delayed more than 90 minutes because of lightning. “When they stopped us, I was like, ‘Are you kidding me?’”

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in the Columbus Children’s Choir weren’t even born when the group was founded 15 years ago. They’ll be around, however, for the choir’s 15th birthday season, which closes with concerts Sunday, May 15, at Capital University’s Mees Hall. The season’s theme has been “The World of Music,” and that theme continues both by virtue of the program itself — which includes music by Canadian and Danish composers, a Chinese folk song, South African freedom song Siyahamba and more — but also the welcoming of guest performers Con Brio children’s choir (3 p.m. performance) and the Columbus International Children’s Choir (7 p.m.). “It’s amazing,” longtime music director Sandra Mathias told The Beat. “We’re really excited. We’ve invited kids back who’ve been with us in all that time” for the concerts. Tickets are $10/$8. Call (614) 220-5555.

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5 writer Matraca Berg’s new over the years, many that hadn’t

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Beat worked hard to SoCal will play the Newport 2 The keep finding The Airborne Music Hall on Sunday, May 15. Toxic Event pretentious, what with the jazz and classical overtones and the self-aggrandizing literacy of the lyrics and disaffected affectation of Mikel Jollett’s vocal delivery. But tunes like Sometime Around Midnight, Wishing Well and Changing grew on us. Eventually, we decided this, if it were pretense, wouldn’t be right any other way. The postmodern rockers from

Vauxhall Broadcast opens. Tickets are $15/$17. Call 1-800-7453000. Start with a boyfriend-girl-

3 friend duo and add in a few friends for color, and you end up with Brooklyn’s Acrylics. Molly Shea and Jason Klauber offer up the kind of stuff destined to find its way into a TV ad that makes everyone ask, “Who is that?” Touring with Swedish pop act Junip, Acrylics will play the Wexner Center for the Arts on Sunday, May 15. Tickets are $16. Call (614) 292-3535.

4 Blame Usher all you want

for Justin Bieber. After all, he is responsible. But credit him, then, also for his effortless manner and ear for a hook, as demonstrated by a seemingly endless string of hit songs. On his OMG Tour, Usher is joined by Senegalese-American singer Akon (presumably to sing

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the hook on every third song) as well as Dev and the Cataracts and Tinie Tempah. The tour will stop at the Schottenstein Center on Wednesday, May 18. Tickets are $96.50$26.50.

record, The Dreaming Fields, was been recorded by others, and, en14 years in the making. couraged by her friend and fellow It wasn’t supposed to be that performing songwriter, Gretchen way. Peters, decided it was time to put Berg, who as a songwriter them down. scored her first No. 1 song while “It’s my dream record,” she said. still a teen, was signed to a record “Some of the songs are more than deal in the early 1990s but never 10 years old, but some I just wrote quite fit the bill of what the in- this year. It’s my heart and my dustry was wantsoul.” ing. In 1997, the The record insame year her cludes You and song, StrawberTequila, which also ry Wine (recordhappens to be set to ed by Deana be the next single Carter), was from Kenny Chesnamed song of ney’s latest album. the year by the Berg said she harCountry Music bors no professionAssociation, she al jealousy over any Matraca Berg will play the released an of her songs, that she Columbus Maennerchor on album on Rising never pre-determines Saturday, May 14, in a conTide Records, what she might give which closed cert sponsored by Zeppelin away and what she soon thereafter. Productions. Duo Ryan might hold for her“My record- Humbert and Emily Bates self. ing career had will open. Tickets are $25. “I’m kind of a been kind of Call (614) 565-6130. whore that way,” she frustrating,” she said. “The plan joked. “I write songs. I love it when was to chill out for a couple years. other people record my songs.” It turned into 14. It’s one of those Additionally, she admitted that things.” Carter’s award-winning rendition She said the prolonged hiatus of Strawberry Wine put her in a from recording often was a func- bit of a bind. tion of personal and family obli“After she recorded it, I didn’t gations (“I was working at home, know how to play it myself,” Berg writing songs and working in the said. “She made it so much her garden, so folks just always fig- own, it was shocking because I ured ‘Matraca’s available’”) rather can usually see myself in a song than professional disinterest. And no matter what. That was just the she still was writing songs that exact right artist and the exact right were becoming hits for the likes song.” of the Dixie Chicks, Sara Evans, As for having her own record Gretchen Wilson and others. once again, she admits she’s ap“The next thing I knew, a lot of prehensive about folks finding and time had gone by,” she said with enjoying it. a knowing laugh. “Shoot. It’s hard to put into She’s never been bitter about words,” she said. “It hasn’t really the “major label” thing — more hit me yet.” matter-of-fact. “I’m just as guilty” as the in■ For more from The Beat’s industry, she said. “That’s one of the terview with Matraca Berg, read reasons I stopped, so I could get the BeatBlog at www.ThisWeeka better picture of what I wanted.”

Worthington Inn has revamped spring menu MENU

The backs of the rock-tour-apt black T-shirts worn by busboys read: “Local, Fresh and Natural since 1831.” On the restaurant's Twitter feed — near notices by G.A. Benton for its just-released spring menu and a wine dinner featuring grilled quail, ramps and morel mushrooms — was this: “I already know because you’ve seen this cook with wine, sometimes I even add it reviews headline and photos. to the food. (W.C. Fields).” What cheeky But do you take my point? Mention eatery could I be speaking of? OK, you the extraordinary Worthington Inn, and too often people say “great Sunday brunch” and then, as the image of an expensive and vintage joint visited with parents takes hold, the conversation sputters. And that is sad. Yes, the greatingredient- and creative-chef-drivBy Jodi Miller/ThisWeek en Worthington King's Farm chicken entree at the Worthington Inn. Inn exists in the

uppermost echelons of Columbus restaurants, so it can be pricey. And sure, it’s housed in a museum-quality, 19th-century country mansion. But the inn offers some oh-so-good values and isn’t in the least lagging behind our local-ingredient-focused fine-dining scene. If you doubt these things, you’re likely the one lagging. Part of the Worthington Inn’s 2011 spring menu is its revamped pub offerings available in the casual bar area (where terrific jazz bands play on Friday and Saturday evenings) and the front-porch-like patio. From that short food list, the Ohioraised, grass-fed beef Lights Out Burger ($13) was a knockout. Arriving on a toasted, locally baked Stan Evans sesame-seed bun was a lean and mean heavyweight-champion patty with a killer grilled crust. This juicy mauler is brilliant, robed in thick-cut, super-crispy bacon, fun “tobacco onions” (like ungreasy onion straws), arugula, cheddar cheese and a zingy and sweet barbecuetype sauce. In the burger’s corner were

terrific, fresh house-transformed pickles and nifty hand-cut fries. Some extra cheap selections from the pub menu are the thin and snappy-crusted Grilled Flatbreads. These come in either a surprisingly spicy meat version (with hot Italian sausage and banana peppers) or a rich and pungent veggie (with Point Reyes bleu cheese, shiitake mushrooms, spinach and caramelized onions). Both are half-priced during happy hour (3-7 p.m. Monday through Friday), setting you back about $5. At $2.50, the clever Cucumber-Chili Ceviche is always cheap and bursting with light, lively and refreshing flavors. Here, big hunks of cucumber are bathed in fresh lime, a habanero zest heating up and cooling off sprinkles of cilantro. The new dinner menu frequently — and winningly — unites Mediterranean cuisine with Asian flavors and French techniques. Thus a lovely duck appetizer special ($14) presented beautiful, fanned-out pink fowl gently “black tea smoked.” Accompanying the meat was

a neat peanut-buttery noodle salad (with slivered veggies and spicy nuts) plus a not-gloppy sweet chili sauce. Ginger and sesame oil tied together the plate’s clean flavors. Also great was the Spring Lamb ($32). Perfectly grilled, succulent chops were outfitted with fluffy couscous topped with a racy artichoke and harissa ragu, plus the yin and yang of minty tzatziki and sriracha sauces. If you think chicken, mashed potatoes and green beans sound humdrum (they do), try them here and you'll think again. A black-peppery crusted, locally raised free-range half bird (with a deboned thigh) arrived with a rich demi-like morel gravy, tangy spuds and a buttery and pretty succotash of haricots verts, squash and tomatoes. Dessert-wise, the shortcake-like Strawberry Molly ($8) similarly added cheffy verve (and white chocolate mousse) to another spring-flinging favorite. The moral (and morel) of this story: the inn is in.

DiBella’s: Our sandwich bread rises to the occasion So you’re thinking, “Yawn. Not another sub shop.” Indeed, another national sandwich chain has picked Columbus for its next Ohio store. DiBella’s Old Fashioned Submarines, based in Rochester, N.Y., has opened at 4949 Tuttle Crossing Blvd. Adam Burton, chief marketing officer for the company, stresses that DiBella’s is not just another sandwich shop. “Once you try our subs, you’re not going to want anybody else’s,” he said. “Give it a shot. Trust me: It’s better than anything you’ve ever had.”

DiBella’s joins countless other sub shops in the region, both national and homegrown, including Subway, Jersey Mike’s, Quiznos, Penn Station, Jimmy John’s, Potbelly, Charlie’s Grilled Subs, w.g. Grinders and Johnny Buccelli’s. One key difference, Burton said, is the bread. The frozen dough is delivered raw to each of the company’s 21 corporate stores, where it proofs and is baked

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An early lunch crowd lines up at DiBella’s Old Fashioned Submarines on May 5. The store opened recently at 4949 Tuttle Crossing Blvd.

on site. Another distinction is that DiBella’s does not toast its subs “because we don’t think that’s fair to our bread,” he said. Similar to other sandwich chains, it offers cold and grilled meats, topped with a choice of cheeses and condiments. Subs come in small (7 inches), medium (10) and large (14). The menu is rounded out with green salads and fresh-baked cookies, chips and pasta, macaroni and potato salads. DiBella’s started as an Italian grocery store in 1918 and began selling subs about 30 years ago. It became a subs-only business 20 years ago and began expanding five years later. “It had a personal feel that really resonated with customers,” Burton said, adding that DiBella’s has 21 stores in four states. The location for the first Columbus store, an outparcel at the main entrance of the Mall at Tuttle Crossing, was chosen because of the high traffic counts, growth in the area and stellar demographics, Burton said. The 4,000-square-foot space formerly was occupied by a Cord Camera. A patterned ceiling, subway-tiled floors, red neon signs, diner-style booths give an “old-school” atmosphere, he said. “From the first step you take in the door, you will notice the difference,” Burton said. “It doesn’t feel like a chain when you come in.” David Kincheloe, president of National Restaurant Consultants, said the fast-casual segment of the industry is flourishing because of the economy. As long as DiBella’s differentiates itself from the throng of current sandwich shops, it can thrive, even in the competitive central Ohio market, he said. “If they’re providing what is perceived by the guest as a true value, they’ll fit in and generate their own kind of market excitement,” he said. DiBella’s is open lunch and dinner hours daily. For more information, call (614) 717-1111.

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Preparing your teen for college Have a college-bound teen? It’s never too early to start prepping for financial and personal safety on campus. Having a child that is getting ready to graduate and head off to college can be an exciting time. It is also a great time to take the opportunity to teach teens how to keep their guards up and to protect themselves before they have to learn the hard way. So here are a few tips to consider discussing with your teen before he or she heads off to college: Give kids a chance to manage money. A great way to build your children’s financial foundation is to open a checking and savings account in their names. Ensure that they understand how to balance their checkbooks and make timely entries as money comes and goes. With a savings account, they’ll be able to see the value as the account grows and will feel em-

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powered by contributing to the account. Add a bit of reality to financial conversations. If ERIC your teen is CLARKE anxious to rent his first apartment and live off campus, show him your monthly bills. This should help him gain a better understanding of how much things really cost and how much he will need to budget to cover his bills before he gets in over his head. Is a free T-shirt worth access to a Social Security number? The likely answer is, probably not, but our teens might not see it that way. This is a time when teens need to learn about how to care for their “identity” and how quickly thieves can steal their identity. This is an opportune time to

give your children a basic understanding about the access their Social Security numbers provide to their identity and how long it can take to repair their credit if it gets into the wrong hands. Not sure where to start? Some of this information might be provided during your teen’s college orientation, but if you’d like to give your teen an advantage, you might consider consulting your financial institution for tips on talking to teens or seek seminars offered on such topics as campus safety, protecting your identity and the do’s and don’ts of having that first credit card. Fifth Third Bank will be hosting “College Prep 101 Open Houses” on May 18, 20 and 21 at area banking centers. Please contact Eric Clarke, Membership Banking Specialist for Fifth Third Bank, to RSVP at 614-744-5357 or

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The OHIO University Office of Information Technology (OIT) is seeking the following full-time, permanent positions for immediate hire at the main campus located in Athens, OH. We seek candidates who are committed to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.

BUSINESS SYSTEMS TECHNICAL LEAD (ORACLE) This mission critical position is responsible for planning, executing, delivering and supporting solutions in support of the University’s Human Resource and Financial Management Business Processes. The Oracle E-Business Systems Team Lead helps set strategic direction and works closely with individuals from all levels of the University community.

SENIOR WINDOWS SYSTEMS ENGINEER The position is responsible for maintaining an operation consisting of over 300 Windows computing systems. This includes the evaluation, selection, implementation, integration, and administration for all new and existing computing environments and the generation of document artifacts that detail the technological alternatives available for the proposed project and the requirements/cost benefits analysis that guides the leadership in selecting the appropriate technology solution. For more information please visit Email questions to Ohio University is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer




Are you a game-changer? Help us change the game of healthcare. Quantum Health, named one of the Best Places to Work in Columbus for several years now, is looking for top-notch talent to add to its team. We’re a fast growing company that has a ball delivering better healthcare-while lowering healthcare costs. Right now we need allstars to fill a variety of positions:

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Hyper Tech Research, located on the West side of Columbus near Westland Mall, is the world leader in MgB2 superconducting wire performance. Required background: development of process flow charts and operator instructions, machine operation, manufacturing processes, Microsoft Office, productivity improvements, 2 years project management experience, Solid Edge, team leadership, wire drawing, 5 years manufacturing experience, BSME or equivalent. Send your resume and cover letter to hr@

Services Manager We need a boss who knows SQL and can manage a staff of 10 doing ETL, scrubbing and analysis.

Business Systems Analysts Looking for solid BAs who know how to manage a mean project and turn ideas into reality.

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Technical Support Do you have a PASSION for customer service and a technical background? Call Center experience a plus. Career growth starts here! Email: recruiter@

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND COMMISSIONING Engineering firm specializ ing in the design of commercial and institutional buildings is seeking: ∂ Mechanical, Electrical Engineers - bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. EIT, PE, CPD, RCDD certification, LEED AP status a plus. ∂ Commissioning of HVAC, controls and electrical systems - minimum 5 years experience, two year technical degree. Certification a plus. Offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. Excellent benefits package offered, salary commensu rate with experience. THORSON BAKER & Assoc. 3030 W. Streetsboro Rd. Richfield, OH 44286 contact-us@ No phone replies accepted.

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Clinical Lead Nurse Responsible for supervision of clinical staff and performance of nursing function. Must be a team player with 3-5 yrs exp. in management + RN, BSN preferred. Join our team at Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. Competitive Salary & GREAT BENEFITS! View positions/requirements and APPLY ONLINE at No faxes please. EOE DENTAL ASSISTANT Thriving Dublin Dental office seeks FT DA. Radiography license & basic computer skills required. Competitive salary & benefits. Immediate opening. Fax resume: 614-889-1147 FAMILY THERAPIST Cornerstone of Recovery now hiring PT Family Therapist. PT benefits incl. Aflac; 401(k) match; EAP Services. Apply online at www.cornerstone



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Internal Medicine Practice in North Columbus seeks an Office Manager whose duties includes overseeing practice issues regarding billing, supplies, computer master schedule, liaison between practice and corporate office, point person for patient issues, promote excellent customer service, and oversight of employees. This position works all areas of the front desk operation when needed. Full time position, M-F, two yrs. prior medical office management exp. required. Only exp. candidates apply. We have competitive wages and excellent benefits. Pre-employments drug screening, non-smoking facility. Email resume to Part Time Office Growing company is look ing for part time office help. Position requires a mature individual with excellent communication and cus tomer service skills and the ability to work in a team at mosphere. The successful candidate should possess a high school education with good computer skills including Word and Excel; excellent telephone eti quette; filing and strong at tention to detail. Mon thru Fri 11-5; benefits include vacation, health insurance, 401K. Fax resume along with salary requirements to 800-892-7893.


Must be a team player with 3-5 yrs exp. manag ing a medical facility. De gree in Health or Busi ness Admin. Clinical cer tification preferred.

LTC pharmacy has imme diate FT PTCB CERTIFIED tech positions available. Stable working environ ment, good benefits, con veniently located. Fax or e-mail resume to: Fax: 614-818-3906 E-mail: tinneyd@ NO CALLS OR DROP-INS PLEASE

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Facilitate recovery oriented services to include educa Hospice tion of veterans & their fam ilies on recovery & evalua Administrator tion of implementation ef Grace Hospice, certified forts; provides referrals to hospice agency with VA & non-VA care sources offices through Ohio, to meet the needs of the patient, participates in in - seeking an Administrator in Columbus. Must have take screening & assess previous hospice exp. in a ment of symptoms to de termine criteria for schedul - similar leadership position &/or proven success in ing of appts. Prefer BSN w/ health care operations. at least 2 yrs mental health Responsible for overall exp. mgmt/development of Chief Sterile agency branch. Processing and Knowledge of state/fed Decontamination hospice regs, clinical compliance, fiscal (SPD) RN: responsibility, and overall Responsible for all aspects operations mgmt. of SPD operations; super Competitive salary, full vises quality control pro benefits, quarterly gram, compliance w/ regu bonuses. Email resume to latory control standards of non-VA & VA agencies, planning, executing & eval Massage uating policies & proce dures related to SPD oper Therapist ations; prefer BSN w/ at Licensed least 2 yrs SPD exp. North side chiropractic Perioperative RNs: office has immediate OR & Pre-Op: prefer BSN opening for LMT. Approx w/ at least 1-2 yrs exp. 30 hrs/wk. Please fax Primary Care RNs resume to 614-847-9688.

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Phlebotomist Large primary care group seeks a part time Phlebotomist with excellent draw skills .PT, M-F 4am-8am. Duties will consist of traveling to our nursing homes in the central Columbus vicinity and performing the draws, and then bring the draws back to our lab to be processed. Must have reliable transportation and extensive experience in Phlebotomy, including a Phlebotomy certificate. Exp must include 2-3 years. Qualified candidates email resumes to

The Marion Regional Cancer Center is in need of an ARRT Certified Radiation Therapist. Must hold a current Ohio License. Competitive Salary and Benefit package. Send resume to: 1150 Crescent Heights Road, marion, Ohio 43302 or

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RN MDS & RN Unit Manager Arbors West, an Extendicare facility located in West Jefferson just west of Columbus, has two nurse manager positions open. MDS Nurse-Minimum requirement include a valid OH RN licensure and at least one year MDS experience. Unit Manager-Minimum requirements include a valid OH RN licensure and previous management experience preferably in long term care. We offer excellent training and Area/Regional support staff. Embark on a new career and enjoy working with a team who prides itself on nurturing and compassionately caring for our long-term and skilled residents. Our benefit package includes: Paid insurance for single/family during your 90-day introductory period; health, dental, vision, and life insurance; paid vacation, sick days, and holidays; 401 K and Tuition Assistance. Interested candidates indicate position of interest to : Andi Ayres, Area Recruiter E-Mail: aayres@ Fax: 414-908-7204 OR apply on-line: EOE


ACCOUNTING We currently have an ex cellent opportunity for a tal ented Accounting/Finance professional ready for ca reer advancement in our Corporate office! You will play an important role in Phlebotomist the Company Accounting Pathology Laboratories, processes which specifical the region’s fastest grow ly includes, but is ing independent medical not limited to: laboratory, is recruiting a Manage and prioritize mul highly professional, tiple tasks with a strong ori client/patient focused indi entation toward project vidual to join its Phleboto management/leadership. my Department. The se Assist in the preparation lected candidate will have and analysis of monthly fi excellent phlebotomy nancial results. skills, previous adult and Assist Internal Auditor in re pediatric drawing experi views and audits of divisio ence, and is very detail nal locations. orientated. This candidate Review, analyze and follow should be prepared to pro up on exception reporting and LPNs: vide unparalleled customer for multiple operating divi Medical Laser Tech 1-2 yrs exp in an outpatient service. The candidate sions. Mobile medical laser rental clinic or inpatient-hospital must also be able to pass Propose potential solutions setting; prefer BSN for RNs company looking for hard - a background and driving working, dependable per - checks, a pre-employment and/or opportunities for im provement within the De son. Will be responsible for drug screen and a National All positions are Mon-Fri, partment and/or Company. transport of lasers in a safe Fulltime, NO weekend/ Certification is preferred. Experience and skills re manner, set up laser equip - Pathology Laboratories of holiday/ on-call work! quirements include: ment on site staying with Send your resumes to fers a highly competitive BS in Accounting or Fi the machine during its us ROSALEE RIZO, RN, wage. 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Excellent Contact Russ Delaney compensation and 1-800-223-9519 Nurses benefits. Email resume to rdelaney@ Health Coach-DM- Colum jobs@ bus, OH. Be part of an award-winning team! Pro vide telephonic outreach to Marden abdes by the OCR HELP WANTED disease management plan Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and GENERAL members. Min. 3 years exp. in DM/CM. Graduation the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. Activist Wanted: from accredited nursing Looking for team-oriented program, BSN pref’d. Ac Physical Therapist individuals to circulate a tive RN license req’d. Tele - Free Standing Outpatient petition in the fight for phone center exp. Some Clinic workers rights. Be 18 yrs evenings until 8:00pm Facility Director or older, stand for up to 7.5 req’d. To view details and Exceptional Salary hours, and clearly commu apply, visit our web site at Day One Benefits nicate our message. You Excellent Compensation will be gathering signa Requisition ID: 2701. 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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 drivFirefighting/ er’s license, and reliable Emergency Medical transportation required. Services Instructor Extensive training provided. Competitive wages The Career and Technical and benefit. Full time and Centers of Licking County (C-TEC) is seeking Part time openings. Hiring for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and week- qualified applicants for the position of ends. Fax a resume to Firefighting/Emergency (614) 471-6912 or apply at Medical Services Instructor www.LIFE-INC.NET . EOE for the 2011-2012 Casto is looking for quali academic year. fied leasing consultants Visit for and maintenance techni position details and cians. Prior experience is application instructions. preferred and must have EEO valid driver’s license. Ex General & Asst. Mgr/Mgr. cellent benefits and hourly Trainee rate. Please fax resume to COOLEST JOBS ON 614-221-6910 or 614-2285855. Casto is proud to an THE PLANET!!!! Equal Opportunity Employ Growing art co. has 7 er and a Drug Free positions available from Workplace Sales to Management. No experience needed, must be 18 yrs. of age, looking for full time work. Must have a great attitude and enjoy a rock & roll Certified Real atmosphere! Estate Appraiser If you are not making $600Established multi-state ap - $800 per week you need to praisal firm seeks experi call and schedule a enced field appraisers to personal interview cover the Metro Cols area. 614-791-3301 Employee opportunities Ask for ext. 7 available with benefits. Email resume & sample re port to: recruiting@ To place an ad for

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ArcelorMittal Columbus Flat Rolled Galvanized Steel Coating Facility in the U. S. Located on the Southeast side of Columbus has a employment opportunities for Process Technicians. To be considered a candidate you must have the following: • 3 years maintenance experience. • Must be able to work on fixed afternoon or night shift basis and on weekends in an industrial environment. • High school diploma or equivalent. Please email a copy of your resume and cover letter to columbus@ ArcelorMittal Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V

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Peer Specialist The Peer provides assistance and support to clients with severe and persistent mental illness. This person functions as a peer support to clients and assists case managers in carrying out CPST activities and tasks. He/She works with clients in their natural environments. The Peer is a person who has a unique perspective of serious mental illness because of his/her own experience with the consequences and recovery processes of psychiatric disorder(s). This experience enables peers to understand client struggles with mental illness and provides them with unique sensitivity to client issues. Present and/or past experience as a mental health consumer with a serious mental illness and a high school diploma/GED required. AS/BA degree and/or license in related field preferred. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an on-site fitness room, and generous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities available at Southeast, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail at hr.applications@ EOE

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