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Superintendent search

Two new names on list of four finalists By CANDY BROOKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A deputy superintendent from Dublin and the superintendent from Licking Heights have joined the list of finalists for the Worthington Schools top job. The Worthington Board of Education plans to name a new superintendent next Monday, May 23, at it regular meeting. The person chosen will replace Melissa

Conrath, who is retiring. Only if the board has trouble choosing between two candidates will a public forum be called so that residents can meet the finalists and offer opinions. The finalists, who will meet with a panel of chosen community leaders this week, are:  Trent Bowers, assistant superintendent - coordinator of human resources, Worthington City Schools.

 Michele Evans, superintendent, Canton City Schools.  Thomas Tucker, superintendent, Licking Heights Local Schools.  Michael Trego, deputy superintendent, Dublin City Schools. Tucker and Trego were recruited for the position following the first round of interviews. Board president Marc Schare said from the beginning of the process that he ex-

pected candidates to be recruited. The recruitment process involves a phone call from one of the district’s consultants from the Educational Services Center. Because no written correspondence takes place until after the phone call, candidates can avoid having their names publicly released until late in the process, when the candidate knows he or she will be a finalist for the position.

Tucker’s application was filed May 9, Trego’s May 12. The 19 original applications were made in early April. Tucker has been superintendent at Licking Heights since 2008. Previously, he was director of secondary curriculum for Hilliard City Schools from 2006-08 and principal with Hilliard 2001-06. His present salary is $120,000. See FINALISTS, page A2

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Owner Meg Hardison and interior designer Kimberly Baker have opened Peacock Lane Home at 615 High St. in the former Maple Lee location.

Peacock Lane brings color back to former flower shop By CANDY BROOKS

downtown scene, already helping to plan special events for both the neighborhood and the shop, which will show the works of local artists alongside a wide array of home furnishings. The furniture and accessories that fill the bright store are old and new. Consignment pieces are displayed with new items ranging from infant clothing to antique jewelry. There is also new jewelry, designer handbags, ceramic pots, custom pillows, handpainted furniture. Turnaround is fast, so merchandise changes almost daily. Baker, who has worked in home furnishings for many years, offers a full range

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Peacock Lane Home has made its nest at Maple Lee. The new home furnishings store opened its doors to a welcoming crowd during the farmers market on May 9. “We’ve had a really positive response,” said Kimberly Baker, an interior designer who opened the shop with Meg Hardison. Baker has been in the Worthington area since the 1980s. Hardison is a retired teacher who moved here a year ago. The two are eager to become part of the

of interior design services. She will take on new buildings or one room, and hopes to do seasonal decor as well. Right in the shopn, customers can choose floor coverings, custom window treatments, even custom pillows. Carol Osterstock of Sophisticate Silks makes silk flower arrangements in the shop as well. Make no mistake, though, this is no longer a flower shop. The owners appreciate the history of Maple Lee, and have preserved some of the architectural details, such as the See SHOP, page A2

The city of Worthington will lose more than half of its state funding from the Local Government Fund (LGF) over the next two years. Then the real trouble begins. In 2013, the state of Ohio plans to eliminate the estate tax, which will permanently reduce local revenues by an average of about $600,000 a year. Worthington City Council knew the financial outlook was grim, but learned the approximate size of the hit at its meeting on May 16. City finance director Molly Roberts delivered the bad news. The city is prepared to handle the local government revenue reductions next year, said city manager Matt Greeson. It is the following years that will probably force spending cuts directly attributable to the loss of state funds. The current version of the Ohio biennial budget, being discussed in the Ohio Senate prior to an expected early summer approval, reduces the amount of money municipalities receive from the (LGF). In 2010, Worthington received $868,987, which equals 4 percent of the city budget. Under the proposed state budget, that amount will be $825,538 in 2011; $569,621 in 2012; and $421,216 in 2013. The second big hit will be from the elimination of the estate tax, which is currently written into the state budget to be eliminated in 2013. The city’s estate tax revenues

fluctuate. In 2005, it received $972,263. In 2010, it was $383,545. The five-year average is $604,303, which is 2.87 percent of the city’s general fund budget. “That will certainly have a dramatic impact on our budget,” said Roberts. Greeson said he would write a letter to Worthington’s state legislators expressing council’s concern about the proposed budget cuts. He will “walk the line” when expressing council’s opinion on the elimination of the estate tax, he said. In past discussions, council president Lou Goorey said he understands the need to do away with the estate tax. He said he knows people who moved to Florida to escape the tax. But council member Scott Myers disagrees. Ohio residents do not move to Florida to escape the estate tax; they move there for the weather, he said. Also at the meeting, council:  Thanked Michael Kellar, fleet manager, for his 42 years of service to the city. Kellar is retiring.  Swore in Stephen Mette as sergeant with the Worthington Division of Police. Mette has worked for the department for five years. He was the Division’s Officer of the Year in 2010, Crime Stoppers Officer of the Year in 2008, and has received many chief’s citations for his work.  Heard a complaint from council member Bob Chosy about See FUNDING, page A2

Bigger, better ‘green’ Residents can festival returns win some bucks By CANDY BROOKS

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Last year, two stay-at-home moms decided to put together a small gathering to spread the word about the local “green” movement. Held on the Village Green, it was called, naturally, Green on the Green. The event was more popular than Karen Ferris and Kate Midnight could have imagined. Demand for booth space exceeded expectations, and some had to be turned away. This year’s Green on Green will be held this Saturday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. This time three quadrants of the Green (instead of one) have been set aside for community groups and vendors aimed at the growing interest in green living.

“This year, we’re adding two more corners of the Village Green, more food vendors, and live music,” said Ferris. In conjunction with the event, there will be an electronic recycling drop-off in front of Thomas Worthington High School. Everyone is invited to bring their used electronics. The event will benefit the stadium turf project at the school. The event grew out of Big Green Head, a website devoted to the promotion of green living that was founded by Ferris and Midnight. They describe it as “a monster on a mission to change people’s perceptions about going green.” The festival encourages visitors to unearth their green sides as well.

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Take a quack at winning $500. Buy a duck for 5 bucks from the Worthington A.M. Rotary. If it wins the Worthington Duck Race on Memorial Day, you will take home $500. That is how the duck race works, according to Bill Grindle, who is organizing the race for its second run. “Last year’s race was a lot of fun and helped us to raise money to help people in need in our community,” he said. To take a chance on a duck, go to, or buy a duck at the farmers market on Saturday. On Memorial Day at noon, the ducks will be launched onto the Olentangy River near the end of Tucker Drive. Spectators are invited to watch the launch, to cheer on the ducks along the way, to make sure no ducks are left behind. The finish line is under the bridge at Granville Road. The race is expected to take 60 to 90 minutes.

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FINALISTS Continued from page A1 He has a B.A. in English education from Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark.; an M.A. in educational administration from Ohio State University; and a Ph.D. from Ohio State University. Trego has been deputy superintendent in Dublin since 2006. He was executive director of Learning and Teaching from 2005 to 2006; executive director of pupil services from 2003-05; and director of curriculum from 1999 to 2003. He was also principal at three schools in Dublin and was a tutor and teacher with the Worthington City Schools from 1985 to 1989. His current salary is $131,256. He has a B.S. and an M.S. in physical education from Ohio University and an M.A. in educational administration from Ohio State University. Bowers has been acting as coordinator of human resources this school year while preparing to take over as assistant superintendent, replacing Mark Glasbrenner. He has worked in the Worthington central administrative offices since 2008. His salary is $116,975.

From 2001 to 2008, he was a principal with the Marysville Exempted Schools. He taught in King George, Va., from 1995 to 1997. He joined the Worthington Schools as a teacher at Evening Street Elementary School from 1997 to 1999 and was dean of students at McCord Middle School from 1999 to 2001. He has a B.A. in elementary education from Taylor University; an M.A. in educational administration from Ohio State University; and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Ashland University. Evans has been superintendent of Canton City Schools since 2007. She was associate director/state director for Reading First at the Ohio Department of Education from 2002 to 2003; principal of Brown Elementary School in Hilliard from 1998 to 2003; and principal of the Columbus Spanish Immersion Academy with the Columbus City Schools from 1993 to 1998. Her current salary is $130,000. She has a B.A. in elementary education; an M.A. in educational administration, and a Ph.D. in educational policy and leadership from Ohio State University.

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Continued from page A1 “As parents, we really wanted to make the event fun for the whole family,” Midnight said. Everybody will find something that interests them, and will be able to leave with ideas about how to create less waste in their lives, she said. Participants include businesses providing environmentallyfriendly goods and services such as rain barrels, organic lawn care, square-foot gardening, worm composting, organic and fairtrade products such as clothing, jewelry, animal treats, and health and beauty products. Organizations participating include the Ohio Wildlife Center, Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District, Columbus ArtMobile, Local Matters, Sustainable Worthington, Healthy Worthington, Worthington Libraries, and Worthington Schools. Visitors are encouraged to walk or bike to Green on the Green. A bike corral built by the athletic department at Thomas Worthington High School will allow bikes to be parked securely for the event.

floors and fireplace. They don’t mind if shoppers reminisce about the old flower shop. It is one of the reasons they chose to open their shop there. “The building has such a nice historic atmosphere,” Baker said. “It’s got kind of a homey feel that is perfect for our business.” Both she and Hardison had noticed the “for lease” sign in the window as they drove by almost daily since Maple Lee closed. Peacock Lane fulfills their visions of what “could be” while it fills with life a very prominent downtown storefront. “We don’t like buildings sitting empty,” Hardison said.

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Prepare for pet at program How can you resist cuddling a fuzzy kitten or playing with a puppy’s soft ears? Falling in love with an animal is easy, but caring for it can be challenging if you’re not prepared. Unfortunately, animal shelters and rescue organizations are filled with pets that have been surrendered by their owners because of lifestyle issues: the energetic dog that needs too much exercise, the long-haired cat that needs regular grooming, etc. Like exercise and grooming, other breed-specific idiosyncrasies can cause the unprepared owner to give up, or in some cases inadvertently harm, their animal. If you’d like a cuddly creature, think twice about bunnies, as most don’t like to be held. Did you know that recliners and sleeper


group will also bring animals for you to meet! Get expert advice from the following: • Capital Area Humane Society • Cat Welfare • Columbus Dog Connection • Columbus House Rabbit Society • Heart of Ohio Ferret Association • Wild Rescue One Talk About Animals is scheduled from 1-3 pm in Northwest Library’s backyard, 2280 Hard Road. In case of rain, the event will be canceled; call 614-8072626 for information.

sofas can be deadly to ferrets? Inveterately curious with a love of squeezing into small spaces, your playful pet needs special supervision. If you’re thinking about adding a pet to your family, do your research and don’t miss Talk About Animals, a Worthington Libraries program planned especially for those trying to choose the best animal for their lifestyle. This Sunday, May 22, experts from area pet rescue organizations will be on hand to answer your questions about cost, life expectancy, temperament, care and space requirements and more. Find out whether owning a cat, Hillary Kline is communications dog, rabbit, ferret or even a snake specialist for Worthington Lior turtle is right for you. Each braries.


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Library lines These programs are offered by Worthington Libraries. Old Worthington Library is at 820 High St., Northwest Library is at 2280 Hard Road and Worthington Park Library is at 1389 Worthington Centre Drive. Call (614) 807-2626. • Children in kindergarten through third grade will experiment with paper engineering during Art of the Pop-Up, scheduled for 4 p.m. Friday, May 20, at Old Worthington Library. Participants will learn basic folding techniques. • Fans of American Girl dolls and books are invited for tea and games related to the series at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 21, at Northwest Library. Bring an American Girl doll if you have one. • Teens interested in helping younger chil-

dren improve their reading skills, giving back to the community, working in a fun environment, and boosting their job and college applications are encouraged to volunteer at the library this summer. To be eligible, teens must be at least 12 years old or entering the seventh grade this fall. All volunteers must attend one orientation session. Old Worthington Library sessions are set for 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 21; 6 p.m. May 25; 7 p.m. May 31; 6:30 p.m. June 8; and 3 p.m. June 16. Northwest Library will offer sessions at 1 and 4 p.m. May 21; 7 p.m. May 24 and 6 p.m. June 2. Worthington Park Library sessions will be offered at 2:30 p.m. May 21; 6:30 p.m. May 23, 6 p.m. June; 6:30 p.m. June 6; and 3 p.m. June 20.

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Post-Revolutionary War land was cheap in Ohio Ohio did not exist when the Nelsons came into the place that later would become Columbus. In 1800, central Ohio was truly on the edge of the frontier that had been claimed finally by the victory of Gen. Anthony Wayne’s army at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. It was a long, difficult ED and nasty struggle. LENTZ In the years after the end of the French and Indian War in 1763, Great Britain had claimed by treaty rights most of the land north and west of the Ohio River. It was a rich land with deep forests, great prairies and rivers that ran clean, wide and deep. It was a land worth fighting for and many people did just that. Wanting to maintain the lucrative fur trade that had made a fortune for the French, the British government tried to keep its restless Atlantic colonists away from Ohio. It was a vain effort. The initial ventures of men called “long hunters” soon were followed by dozens and then hundreds of settlers seeking to find a new home in a new country. The American Indian residents of the Ohio Valley resisted the newcomers, and the result often was violent and deadly on both sides. Then came the American Revolution, and the Ohio country was the scene of even more death and destruction. At the end of the Revolution, the newly created United States found itself with an unpaid army and a lot of very large debts. And while the new country had little money, it had a lot of land. So the new country took the obvious course and paid its soldiers and creditors in land and then offered much of what remained for sale. It was the promise of that new and inexpensive land that drew people like David Nelson and his family to Ohio. Born in 1752, David Nelson was the oldest son of Robert and Martha Nelson of Anderson’s Ferry, Pa. When David was 3, the family moved to the frontier of Juniata County, Pa., and it was there that David came of age. After the outbreak of the American Revolution, he enlisted with several relatives in the “Eighth Company, Fourth Battalion of Associators and Militia of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania” on July 31, 1777. On May 14, 1778, he was commissioned a captain after serving through the long winter at Valley Forge. In March 1779, David returned to his home and soon married Margaret Logan, a widow with two young sons. In addition to raising the two boys, David and Margaret had seven children of their own. The Nelsons lived in central Pennsylvania until 1798, when they decided to move west to the new and inexpensive lands in Ohio. A grandchild later wrote a description of David Nelson in those years. “He was generous but stern, with a strict sense of duty and very strong in his prejudices. He was a very handsome man, above-medium height, a fine person, regular features, black curly hair, very dark brown,


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almost black eyes.” His wife, Margaret, once was described as “the prettiest woman in the Lost Creek Valley” of Pennsylvania. “She had dark-brown hair, hazel eyes, regular features, fine complexion and was of a mild and kindly disposition.” Like many other people of their generation, the Nelsons came to believe that a better life awaited them in the new lands north and west of the Ohio River. They moved first to Chillicothe and lived there for a couple of years while David and his oldest son, Robert, looked for a new home in central Ohio. At length they found it along Alum Creek in what then was called the Refugee Tract. Set aside for people from Nova Scotia who had lost land because of their loyalty to the American Revolution, the tract began at the Scioto River and ran east between what is now Fifth Avenue and Refugee Road. After the claims of the refugees were settled, the balance of the tract was made available in open sale. Some of it along Alum Creek was acquired by David Nelson and his family. Arriving in central Ohio in 1800, the Nelsons first built a log house that would serve as the family home for the next two decades. Margaret Nelson wrote to her son by a former marriage in 1801: “Our new cabin is dry, and we have plenty of room, and no matter what the weather, the chimney does not smoke. My two ewes and three lambs had 10 pounds of clean, picked wool, which we are beginning to feel the need of. Last year, we had 50 yards of linen out of our hemp. We have lost two milch cows and one heifer. They are dead before we know they are sick. We have four milch cows and two heifers yet, without going in debt for them. The families along the creek have been tolerably healthy, except Mr. Turner. He had the fever and ague and Mr. Hamilton and some of the children, too. I have had my

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College • Kyle Carey and Thomas Green, both of Worthington, were named to the fall 2010 dean’s list at Syracuse University. Carey is a student in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Green is a student in the College of Arts and Sciences. • Ohio University has announced its winter 2011 dean’s list. Worthington residents named to the list were Katherine Allen, Maeve Beyer, Kenzie Bruck, Anne Cercone, Caitlyn Chilcoat, Mikalyn Davis, Daron Disabato, Samantha Ellwood, Ashley Foster, Justin Garner, Molly Griffin, Lauren Holz, Kelsey Holz, Rebecca Hunt, Andrew Marfurt, Michael Maurer, Sarah Norman, Kevin Patterson, Anthony Schilling, Joseph Schilling, Jordan Strohl, Cassandra Swiatek, Cara Truesdell, Chelsey Walton and Kayla Zapior. • Ohio University has announced its winter 2011 graduates. Worthington residents earning bachelor’s degrees were Morgan Augur, Michael Joseph, Brian Saffell and Terrence Wilson. • Bowling Green State University has announced its May 2011 degree candidates. Worthington residents earning bachelor’s degrees were Elizabeth Barnette, Kathryn Ennis (magna cum laude), Alex Hettinger, Max Ickert, Brittany Treadway, Heather Wagner (cum laude) and Enoch Wu. Luke Ahrens and Laura Ward earned master’s degrees.

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• On April 26 in the 100 block of East Wilson Bridge Road, a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle. • On May 12 at midnight in the 100 block of Sanbridge Circle, someone pried open a window with a tool taken from the garage. Inside the house, a camera and checkbook were stolen. Other items were readied for taking. Police believe the thieves were scared away by the arrival of the residents. • On May 11 between 3 and 5

• On May 9 between 10:30 and 10:35 a.m., a cell phone was stolen from a purse in a classroom at Thomas Worthington High School. • Between May 6 and 9, someone attempted to forcibly enter an office in the 1000 block of Proprietors Road. • On May 5 at 12:30 a.m. in the 6400 block of Strathaven, someone attempted to enter a rear basement window of a condo.

Engagement p.m. in the 200 block of West Southington, a pressure washer, leaf blower, and chainsaw were taken from an unlocked shed. • On May 15 at 1:40 p.m. at the community center, 345 E. Wilson Bridge Road, credit cards were stolen from a wallet in a secured locker. The cards were used at a Giant Eagle on the west side of Columbus. • On May 15 in the first block of Wesley Boulevard, someone broke a vehicle window and stole a purse.

Church news St. John’s plans Celtic service May 22 St. John’s Episcopal Church in Worthington will offer an evening service in the Celtic tradition at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 22. This service features Celtic music and a liturgy emphasizing God’s presence in all aspects of creation. At 5 p.m., the Rev. Canon Karl Ruttan will

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discuss the Celtic Christian tradition, its history and differences from the familiar Latin tradition. Canon Ruttan serves as Canon for Life Formation for the Diocese of Southern Ohio. Hospitality will follow the 6 p.m. service. The public is invited. St. John’s is located in the Worthington town center at 700 High St. on the southeast corner of High Street and state Route 161.

Steele, Rivard plans announced Curt and Mary Steele of Columbus announce the engagement of their daughter, Meghan Steele, to Samuel Rivard, son of Deb and Norm Rivard of Logansport, Ind. The couple plans a July 9 wedding at Linworth United Methodist Church. The bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Worthington Kilbourne High School and received a bachelor’s degree in social work from Cedarville University in 2009. She holds a master’s degree in social work from Ohio State University (2010) and is employed by Franklin County Children Services. The future groom graduated from Bethel College with a bachelor’s degree in management information systems in 2009. He is a program analyst for the city of Westfield, Ind.

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In order to increase the chances of finding permanent homes for the animals currently in care at the CHA Animal Shelter, as well as future animals coming in, a special adoption fee of $50 will be offered through the end of May. This includes animals of all ages, as well as the spay/neuter surgery, microchip, current vaccines, and a voucher for a free exam with a participating veterinarian, according to the announcement. As an added promotion for animals that have been in the shelter for five months or more, during the weekend of May 20-22, CHA will be offering a $5 adoption fee on those long term animals. “CHA’s number-one goal is always the health and wellbeing of our animals,” development director Terri Montigny said in a statement. “While the upfront adoption fee may be lower, we have the same adoption policies in place and potential adoptions will meet with an adoption counselor to help determine a best match for the family.” CHA Animal Shelter is located at 3765 Corporate Drive in northeast Columbus, just south of Westerville. The shelter is open Monday through Friday 6:30 to 8 p.m. and weekends 1 to 4 p.m. The shelter is closed on Wednesday. Potential adopters may visit CHA Animal Shelter’s website for a complete listing of available dogs and cats at When looking to adopt, all family members should make arrangements to be available to meet the animal prior to finalizing an adoption. Renters should bring a copy of their lease and pet addendum. CHA Animal Shelter, a registered nonprofit organization, has been helping homeless animals find new homes in central Ohio since 1975.

Worthington student Aritrika Malakar from Worthington Hills Elementary School won the firstplace award in the junior division at the Central Ohio Singing Competition held on May 1 in Columbus. The Central Ohio Singing Competition was organized and sponsored by the Columbus International Children’s Choir. The contestants performed in front of a panel of judges composed of professional singers and vocal teachers, competing in two divisions: senior (ages 13-18) and junior (ages 12 and

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“Wanted a woman/Never bargained for you.” — Led Zeppelin, Dazed and Confused

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never bargained for Lez Zeppelin, the all-female quartet that pays tribute to the famed rock n’ rollers without being a “tribute band.” Founder and guitarist Steph Paynes told The Beat Lez Zep started with a simple principle: “I set out to do this in a naïve way because I love this music and it became my fantasy to get to play it,” she recalled. “If a tribute band sets out to create the illusion that what you’re seeing is the real thing — that’s never what we wanted to do.” “I had gotten remastered Led Zeppelin records as a gift,” she explained. “I had always enjoyed them but never really dug that deep. It blew my mind in a new way — it sounded better than anything else. I was between gigs and, well, I’d had an all-girl band in the early ’90s, so I thought it would be more novel to try and play this music this way. Paynes admitted that at first, she hoped the novelty of the approach would garner the new band a couple of gigs. She soon discovered the endeavor would have one distinct disadvantage, coupled with one distinct advantage. “People had never seen women play like this,” she said, “and this music was always considered such a ‘male’ expression. Once we embarked on this, we knew we had to play in the right way and that because we were women, we had to do a superb job.” The best way to do that, she decided, was not to attempt to

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Columbus Jazz Orchestra’s season-ending concerts May 20-21 at the Southern Theatre, are less a “stump the band” concept than a “greatest hits.” Oh, sure, the program was selected by fans, but will not include every suggestion taken through the CJO’s website. Communications director Scott Vezdos told The Beat they’d received suggestions for tunes by AC/DC, KISS and Jimmy Buffet, among many others. Think more Georgia on My Mind, Ain’t Misbehavin’, What a Wonderful World, A Night in Tunisia, When the Saints Go Marching In — and the like. Guest vocalist Maria Jacobs joins in the fun. Tickets are $49/$46/$41. Call (614) 294-5200.

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up. Eddie from Ohio is not a solo act, it’s a band. There is a member of the band named Eddie — drummer Eddie Hartness. He is, however, not from Ohio. He’s from Virginia. Clear? The quartet is marking its 20th anniversary this year and will celebrate with central Ohio folks Friday, May 20, at the Columbus Performing Arts Center. Pittsburgh folkie Brad Yoder opens. Tickets are $30/33. Call (614) 470-FOLK.

to bet that Plant, 5 Safe Page and the fellows Eddie From Ohio

tal activism. Yes. The post-modern popsters spin ethereal soundscapes and catchy pop licks, but all bent around and freaky. Joined by The Wilderness of Manitoba, Cloud Cult will play Outland Live Saturday, May 21. Tickets are $13. Call (714) 7440100.

tar-totin’, three-chord, low-brow rock ‘n’ rollers — you know, the “good” ZZ Top. It’s a Tuesday night special when both take the Schottenstein Center stage on May 24. Tickets are $73.50-$43.50. Call 1-800745-3000.

BONUS: A more modern take on Southern-fried rock will be offered up 4 Remember back in ’74 by the Zac Brown Band Thurswhen the Top and Skynyrd day, May 26, at Nationwide toured together? Arena. Blueberry Smoke opens. Nope? Well, you’re in luck. Tickets are $49.50-$25. Call The 2011 Lynyrd Skynyrd 1-800-745-3000. roster includes enough original band members and nods to origBONUS II: inal band members to connect For a totally modern take on folks with the original versions old-fashioned honky-tonk southof the band’s classic Southern ern rock, you’ll want to check out rock tuneage. D. Charles Speer & The Helix At least The Beat thinks so. Saturday, May 21, at the SumHow ’bout you? mit. Goofy, spirited and smart, And despite cleaning up their Speer and crew are touring in supact in the ’80s, Billy Gibbons, port of Leaving the CommonDusty Hill and Frank Beard have wealth. always relished their role as guiCall (614) 268-9377.

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Lez Zeppelin will play the Friday, May 20, pre-festival fifth anniversary Party at Rock on the Range at Crew Stadium. For ticket information, call 1-800-745-3000. The festival will be held at Crew Stadium Saturday and Sunday, May 21-22. For a full schedule and ticket information, visit

replicate the songs note-for-note, but to “bring the full Led Zeppelin live experience to people. They were four guys playing together intensely, but in the moment, with improvs and extended jams. That’s what we do.” She said there was no triedand-true method for finding the right bandmates; she auditioned plenty of great players who just weren’t right. Ultimately, she said, a combination of being good, being stylistically appropriate and being willing, in some combination, was the formula. (The current lineup — and players have come and gone in the years since Paynes first formed Lez Zep — includes bassist Megan Thomas, drummer Leesa Harrington-Squyres and singer Shannon Conley.) The advantage to her all-girl approach was unexpected. Led Zeppelin’s look — long hair, tight pants, billowy shirts and accent scarves and necklaces — worked pretty well for a bunch of girls. “Led Zeppelin was doing

male posturing dressed as women,” Paynes said. “There’s a certain alchemy of male and female energy that works for us. It really churns things up, to have that gender, that sexual dynamic.” Ultimately, Paynes said Lez Zeppelin adheres to its original “noble cause,” which is to just keep playing this music. She said their shows find everyone from teenagers who’ve recently discovered the original article to women (who many thought had no interest in Led Zep’s music) to older fans who “tell us they saw Led Zeppelin seven times or whatever and tell us ‘You’re doing it right.’ “That means we’re on the right track.” “Hey, hey mama/Said the way you move/ Gonna make you sweat/Gonna make you groove” — Led Zeppelin, Black Dog ■ For more from The Beat’s interview with Steph Paynes of Lez Zeppelin, read the BeatBlog at

Fortune Chinese Restaurant offers lengthy menu “Hot Pepper Frog, Homestyle Made Frog, or Frog Stir-Fried with Pickle Chili?” asked my sister, flashing an oftpracticed devilish grin. We were plotting our order from the provocative, lengthy and new menu in Fortune Chinese Restaurant. Recently implemented by the place’s new owners, that voluminous food list includes many intriguing looking dishes which appear to substantiate the menu’s claim of “The Best Selection of Authentic Szechuan Style Food.” As we expressed hope that Fortune’s execution of Szechuan dishes would match its self-heralded “selection,” we also commented on how drastically the once-Cantonese-centric cuisine there had changed. Too bad we couldn’t say the same about Fortune’s drab decor. Because although Fortune has received a muchneeded housecleaning, sprucing up and coat of paint (albeit in a pale, wan yellow), it still has a dingy dropped ceiling, industrial carpet, goofy 3D-type

MENU by G.A. Benton “art” and dull brown, occasionally ripped Naugahyde booths. So how was the food? In general, I found it to be salty, saucy, aggressive and oily. Since that also describes me, we got along famously. In fact, slurping up Fortune’s inexpensive but explosively flavored grub was so much fun I didn’t much mind that the Tsingtao beer bottle on my table was the place’s best claim to ambience. As for ordering strategies, except for the chef’s specials, we took the menu’s implicit suggestion and stuck with any section mentioning Szechuan in its header (there are four). While there was some sameness to the seasoning among these brazen entrees — expect generous glugs of chili oil, fresh jalapeno, garlic and ginger

taste:  Fish with Rice Crust ($14): This massive (serves two or three) and mighty flavor onslaught was served with a little razzle-dazzle and is highly recommended. Thin and crispy rice cakes gave off an audible sizzle on the plate (think “snap crackle pop”) when doused with an enormous bowl of impressively tender battered whitefish planks and a cornucopia of veggies (starring Chinese broccoli) swimming in a sea of wild and thick, salty, sweet and spicy sauce.  Ma Po Bean Curd ($9): Silken tofu cubes swamped in chili oil and spiked with fermented black beans were liberally sprinkled with lip-tingling ground Szechuan peppercorns. Really fun and By Jodi Miller/ThisWeek almost druggy in its sting and oral Lamb with cumin and chili peppers at numbing effects.  Diced Chicken Stir Fried with Fortune Chinese Restaurant. Pickle Turnip ($8): I enjoyed this bold, and an occasionally to-the-brink sweet- cheap and comparatively ungreasy dish ness — I wouldn’t say any two dishes so much that it’s become my new gowere completely identical. Here’s a to to-go Chinese dinner. Diced poultry

coated in red chili paste was further seasoned with garlic, jalapeno and lively chunks of semi-funky and pleasantly sour veggie pickles. A hot and tangy must.  Lamb with Chili Pepper and Cumin ($8): The delightfully tender meat was flavorful enough to stand up to its soy sauce, onion and jalapeno-fueled spicy and salty treatment. Pretty terrific.  Hot Pepper Frog ($11): A rare sauce-free Fortune preparation, this was battered and fried bundles of froggy, tossed with leafy celery tops, jalapeno, scallion and a volatile arsenal of firecracker-like fried red chili peppers. I liked it, but there were a lot of tiny, hidden bones in those battered bites.  Mixed Vegetable Stir Fry ($8): Like a pleasantly bitter sauteed salad of slivered carrots and green veggies dressed in soy sauce and cooking oil, this functions well as a palate-refreshing side to the rich, spicy and more complex flavors of many dishes here.

Revamped Westerville pizzeria now offers baked pies In perfect conditions, customers have only a short wait for a freshly baked pie at Runaway Pasta & Pizza in Westerville. With his handy Hhc 2020 TurboChef oven, Peter Tanski can bake a pizza in 2.5 minutes. Put another way, that’s 150 seconds. “This is the next-generation way to cook a pizza,” he said. Certainly, longer lines mean a longer wait for patrons, but Tanski’s lovin’ his oven. It doesn’t require an expensive ventilation system and runs off of electricity. It uses a convection-and-impingement process, meaning it simul-

taneously sucks in and pushes out air, while a catalytic converter cleans the exhaust. The conveyor unit is capable of cooking 60 pizzas in one hour. Runaway takes over Tanksi’s former Mama Mimi’s franchise at 925 N. State St., just east of Meijer. Runaway’s fresh-tossed dough uses flour that is free of bromate, a conditioner that strengthens the dough and allows for higher rising. Tanski prefers

the old-fashioned method. He has three crusts: a regular style seasoned with oregano and garlic, plain wheat and a gluten-free product not made on premises. The reason being, he said, is the risk for cross-contamination. Pizzas are 12 or 16 inches and crusts are either thin or medium-thick. He has a full complement of designer pizza options, such as the barbecue pulled pork and spinach and artichoke dip, as well as a build-your-own section. The big sellers right now are the deluxe and Margherita options. He acknowledges prices are about $1 or $2 more than chain pizzas. The difference is in the ingredients, he said. For example, Tanski also uses Stanislaus tomato products, which are made from fresh tomatoes, not concentrate. He mixes the seasonings in-house for his own distinctive flavor. “It’s not something that’s going to be duplicated anywhere,” he said. In addition, he uses 100 percent cheese, a mozzarella-provolone blend, and locally made Ezzo Sausage Co. pepperoni. He prepares pizzas to By Chris Parker/ThisWeek order and begins the cooking process when customers As one pizza comes out of the oven, Peter Tanski works on another in his shop, Runarrive. Even during busier away Pasta & Pizza, 925 N. State St. in Westerville.

times, he sees that has an efficient method, as customers generally wait no longer than 10 minutes for their order. Still, purchasing another oven could be necessary once business improves, he said. The menu also includes a slate of salads, baked pasta, take-and-bake casseroles, chicken wings and a few desserts, including fresh-baked cookies. Sandwiches could be offered in the future, he said. “Doing things people are familiar with but in your own way is the way to succeed, I think,” he said. Tanski is looking into adding some seating in the 1,453-square-foot space, which does not provide a dine-in experience. Runaway is open lunch and dinner hours daily. For more information, call 614-523-3000. The latest Ohio-made vodka has a Columbus connection. Karl Schneider of Upper Arlington is among a group of investors behind Buckeye Vodka, which is produced in Dayton. The premium, small-batch vodka uses distilled water from a direct source — Crystal Water Co. — and is distilled 10 times for an unmistakably smooth, clean and pure flavor, spokeswoman Michele Mooney said. It is available at several local stores, including many local Giant Eagle and Kroger stores, High Street Beverage and Huffman’s Market.

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SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI Manitowoc County is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Systems Administrator. This position provides Server Systems Administration for the Human Services Department, by providing primary support of the CMHC software environment running on an Unix Server. The position is also responsible for desktop end-user support of Windows XP and Windows 7 based PC’s, HP printers and other associated equipment. An associate degree in information services management, data processing, computer science or related field is required as is a minimum of three years of experience in the design, implementation and maintenance of server and desktop systems. Applicants most closely meeting the requirements of this position and the needs of the department will be selected to participate in the written skills assessment required for this position. The salary for this position is $24.71 per hour with an increase to $27.46 per hour after successful completion of a six-month probationary period (2010 rates).Work hours are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. A comprehensive benefit package offered includes health, dental, a life and long-term disability insurance as well as participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System. Applications for this position will only be accepted through Manitowoc County’s on-line employment process.Visit and click“Employment”for instructions on this process. If you need additional assistance completing this online application, please call the Personnel Department or stop at the address listed below. Completed applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM Monday May 23, 2011.

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Director of Nursing, (RN) (Alzheimer Care) Columbus Alzheimer Care Center, a highly recognized leader in the care of Alzheimer and dementia residents and a part of the Peregrine Health Services family, has an immediate need for an outstanding Director of Nursing to lead and manage the nursing department and delivery of care. We seek a minimum of four years successful nursing management experience within the long term care profession, good survey history, strong employee relations and financial experience. We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits along with an opportunity to work with a solid organization. For immediate and confidential consideration, please contact: John Filipovich at 1-330289-6164, e-mail: JFilipovich@LTCOH. com or write to Peregrine Health Services, Attn: J. Filipovich, 1661 Old Henderson Road, Columbus OH 43220.



DIRECTOR OF NURSING FAMILY SUPPORT Local home health care SERVICES agency is seeking a highly COORDINATOR experienced Director of Nursing (DON) to manage Lifeline of Ohio, a unique overall clinical and records Columbus-based, nonresponsibilities within fast profit health care agency paced, established compa dedicated to the recovery ny. The right candidate and placement of organs must have a minimum of 3and tissues for transplant, 5 years experience in the seeks a highly motivated, home health care industry high-energy professional and must have excellent to join our team as a managerial experience. Re Family Support Services quired to have specialized Coordinator. knowledge in home care, Nursing, The Family Support Medicare/Medicaid Rules Services Coordinator is and Regulations, and responsible for responding JCAHO Regulations and to all potential organ Standards. The candidate donors and providing onwill closely monitor POC site support to the donor’s for all patients and super family throughout the vise Medical Records/ donation process. The Nurses. Must have excel Family Support Services lent problem solving skills, Coordinator will also assist ability to think critically, in initiating the donor case and be able to solve issues including phone calls, in a timely manner. Syner chart documentation and gy experience is a must. other duties as needed. Please email Cover Letter and Resume to completeh Our ideal candidate will have a minimum of a m or fax to (614) 785-0600. Baccalaureate Degree in No phone calls please counseling, social work and/or bereavement Director support and 2 years experience working with of Nursing families in crises; or a Our facility is looking for an experienced Director of Nursing. Must be self- combination of education motivated with superior organizational, and experience providing customer service and leadership skills. equivalent knowledge Must have proven track record of compliance plus a minimum of 5 years of longterm care experience. We offer a competitive salary with full benefits. Please send resume to

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Hospice Administrator Large Hospice Agency is currently seeking an Administrator for our Columbus office. Previous hospice exp. in a similar leadership position and/or proven success in health care operations required. 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

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Medical Laser Tech Mobile medical laser rental company looking for hard working, dependable per son. Will be responsible for transport of lasers in a safe manner, set up laser equip OPTIONAL ment on site staying with HOME HEALTH the machine during its us age and then taking equip AIDES ment on to the next case, Needed throughout providing laser service to Franklin Co. and it’s customers as requested. surrounding counties Varied hours; must have Please call (614) 847-0555 good driving record. Salary Ask for Beth plus bonus; 401k, benefits. Or apply on line at Military or medical back www. ground preferred. Fax re - sume to 800-892-7893 MEDICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE Health Care Solutions a leading regional respirato ry company has an imme diate opening for a results driven Sales Representa tive to complete the TEAM in the Columbus Center. Create working relation ships with Physicians, Nurses, and Social Work ers. Receive benefits as well as Competitive Base Salary and uncapped com mission. Work in a Drugfree workplace. EOE Please mail or fax your re sume to: Health Care Solu tions 4607 Northwest Parkway Hilliard, OH 43026 Fax: 614-529-0748

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Nurses & Aides Growing home care agen cy is seeking RNs, LPNs & Nurse Aides to service the Columbus area. RNs earn up to $65/visit! LPNs earn $25/visit! Nurse Aides earn $15/visit! We are also offer ing weekly pay, a flexible schedule and health insur ance. If you are hard work PHYSICIAN, PT ing, dependable and flexi For busy, downtown ble, go to www.Healthcare Columbus family practice., complete a Email resume to: profile and apply to our job posting. m

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RN-PRE-OP/PACU: ASC FT, M-F, No Weekends, Holidays or Call! Looking for a flexible team player with Previous Perioperative or ICU Experience to join our awesome team. Please fax resume to 614-413-2240 or email to mdelvecchio@ The Child Development Council of Franklin County, Inc., a highly successful, premiere Head Start program serving over 2,400 children and families in Franklin County, Inc., is seeking qualified applicants for the following position:

Health Manager We are seeking a highlymotivated professional to coordinate, plan, and implement health services for our agency. Responsibili ties include health care training, writing policies, delivering presentations, facilitating medical and dental screenings and designing and implementing health care plans. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing/ Health Care Administration (RN is required), one year of early childhood experience, and one year of supervisory experience.


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MANAGER OF PAYROLL ACCOUNTING Payroll-Finance & Administration Bowling Green State University Manages and directs all aspects of the University’s complex payroll operations for over 7,500 employees (approximately 3,000 Faculty and Staff, and 4,500 Students). This position is responsible for the design, set up, and functionality of the payroll software systems: PeopleSoft HCM, and Kronos time-recording system; and the integration and interfaces between the payroll system and the FMS financial and the CSS student software system. For a complete job description & instruction on how to apply for this position (L-61976) visit http://w mployment/adm_staff/page 11137.html or contact the Office of Human Resources at (419) 372-8421 or BGSU is an AA/EO employer/educator.



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Full time entry level position in community mental health center. Willing to train. Degree required. Knowledge of community resources and experience with SMD clients. Must have Ohio driver’s license/auto. Work primarily in the community. Mileage reimbursement. Salary: $11/hr., Monday thru Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. Option of four 10-hour work days after 6 months of employment available. Applications/resumes accepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Cols., OH 43201, or fax to 614-2982227 or e-mail EOE

Mifflin Presbyterian Church, Gahanna, Ohio, is a growing suburban Co lumbus congregation look ing for a person to facilitate and supervise the daily business operations of the church. Duties include: oversee the church facili ties and assets with regard to cleaning, maintenance, repair, purchasing, invento ry, contract negotiation, scheduling of facilities, and set-up for events; oversee the financial operations of the church; and oversee communications.

Candidates should be able to work full time. The com pensation package is negotiable.

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COLLECTIONS - PT Experience necessary. Mon, Weds & Fri eves, 5-9 PM. Fax resume to: 614-224-7790.

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COLUMBUS CALL CENTER JOB FAIR Thursday, May 26, 2011,10AM-3PM Located at Huntington Bank, 7 Easton Oval, Columbus, OH 43219 Huntington is looking for over achieving, high energy, passionate and ambitious individuals with exceptional sales and customer service skills to take inbound calls, assist customers with account questions, and suggest additional financial products and services!

Required: • 1 year of sales & customer service experience • HS Diploma/GED • Must be able to work weekends/holidays • Call Center experience preferred. Full-Time Shifts Available: 11AM-8PM, 12PM-9PM, 1PM-10PM, 3PM-Midnight Shifts are subject to change. Weekends required. Starting Pay is $11.00/hr. You can earn incentive on the sales you make! Apply online now at

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Controller Hilliard based co. is look ing for a controller. Duties include but are not limited to: A/P, A/R, 401k, taxes, sales taxes, insurance, DOT licenses, payroll and misc. HR duties. A strong accounting background is required. QUICKBOOKS knowledge is preferred. A background check is re quired. Please email re sumes to: HSPCI.employm

Customer Care Telephone Co. has FT position available for Customer Care. This posi tion assists current customers calling in for service. Experience a plus. Excellent benefits/401K Email resume and compensation requirements to

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HELP WANTED GENERAL Accounts Receivable Hilliard based co. is seek ing a person to handle A/R. Duties include: job pricing, invoicing, writing up new orders, service contracts & collections. Quickbooks experience is highly recom mended. Background check is required. email re sumes to: hspci.employment@ Community news Sports Videos Contests HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

CRITICAL CARE(ICU/PCU) NURSE MANAGER Fairfield Medical Center, a 222 bed acute care facility is seeking a dynamic professional to be our Critical Care (ICU/PCU) Nurse Manager. This individual will be responsible for providing operational oversight to the Intensive Care and Progressive Care Units. This position has 24-hour accountability and responsibility for providing quality patient care and outcomes in the critical care departments. A registered nurse with a Masters in Nursing or healthcare related degree is required, MSN is preferred. CCRN or specialty certification in nursing management preferred. Must have a valid license to practice in the State of Ohio. 3-5 years of clinical experience is required with 1-2 years of nursing management experience required. Lancaster is located near the beautiful Hocking Hills. Fairfield Medical Center is a smoke free facility that offers an attractive benefits package that includes: a generous paid time off program, health, vision, and dental insurance with no waiting period, day care center, sick child care, tuition reimbursement, 401K pension plan, and much more. Interested candidates may visit our website at to apply.

MULTIPLE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Now hiring ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER, MEMBER SERVICES REPRESENTATIVES, and TELLERS! KEMBA Financial Credit Union is seeking energetic sales and service-oriented professionals (full-time and part-time) to join its growing workforce at various branches throughout the Columbus area.

BENEFITS AVAILABLE FOR FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME ASSOCIATES The Assistant Branch Manager is responsible for assisting with the direction and administration of Branch operations and sales activities by ensuring that established policies and procedures are followed and Members are promptly and professionally served and by overseeing the provision of a full range of services to Members and prospective Members. The Assistant Branch Manager also acts as Branch Manager when necessary and trains, directs, and assists in supervising Branch staff. The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in Business or Finance or related education and experience; two to five years of related managerial and operational experience; one to two years of experience in a sales environment; strong organizational skills; and effective communication skills. The Member Services Representative is responsible for performing a broad variety of Member services such as opening and closing accounts, renewing certificate accounts, originating loans and assisting Members with bookkeeping and checking account challenges. These individuals will also answer Member questions regarding their Credit Union services as well as cross-sell additional services. The ideal candidates will have one to two years experience in a retail/sales/customer service environment, a strong commitment to quality and professionalism, plus effective communication and problem solving skills. Basic PC (Windows-based) software skills are a must. The Floater Member Services Representative is responsible for traveling to various branches as needed and performing the same duties listed above. The Teller is responsible for providing service support to Member transaction needs in a manner that is professional, courteous and compliant with all policies and procedures. The Teller will also recommend and refer new and alternative services to Members that best fit their financial needs. The ideal candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalent education and experience; prior Teller or cash handling experience; prior sales experience; strong organizational skills and attention to detail; professional demeanor; effective communication skills; and basic PC skills (Windows). The ideal candidates will also value a high degree of accuracy. KEMBA offers competitive pay and incentives, an excellent benefits package and much more. If you want to put your experience to work for a company that values people and the opportunity to enhance the lives of those we serve, please apply today by completing the online employment application on our Careers page at Pre-employment background check required. Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/D/V

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DISPATCHER Buckeye Ready-Mix, Cen tral Ohio’s largest con crete supplier has open ing in its Reynoldsburg dispatching dept. for a sharp individual who has a working knowledge of concrete. You must have good communication and computer skills, be customer-service oriented and willing to work long hours. Great opportunity in a busy environment with excellent benefits. Send resume and salary expectation to: GScott@ or fax to (614)575-2058

NAVY RESERVE HIRING in all career fields. Great Benefits & potential signon bonus. Call: M-F 1-800282-1384 or email:

Start Tomorrow Looking for people who can start ASAP. $100-$200 cash daily. Flexible days off. Must have DL. Call 740 -927-3110 local. STERIS is providing a healthier today and a safer tomorrow through knowledgeable people and innovative technologies. The following position is for our Isomedix Services division located in the greater Columbus area.

Unarmed Security $11+/hour

EDUCATION The Child Development Council of Franklin County, Inc., a highly successful, premiere Head Start program serving over 2,400 children and families in Franklin County, Inc., is seeking qualified applicants for the following position:

Case Manager The position is responsible for recruiting and enrolling eligible children for the Head Start program and working with families to provide community referrals for identified social service needs. Requirements include a Master’s Degree, in Social Work or a related field, two years of experience working with diverse families, reliable transportation, and general technology-related skills. If you would like to join the CDCFC team, please apply online at

FLOOR COVERING ASSOCIATES 20 year old local company looking for professionals who want to join an award winning team. This is a great opportunity to be part of a positive and professional environment. We offer salary plus commission, health benefits, and profit sharing plan.

Levi’s 4 floors Fax or e-mail resume # 846-3810

Food Demonstrator PT weekend available as a Food Demonstrator. Must have previous food exp. Reliable transporta tion. Call 614-771-9675 for an interview. House Director - FT House Director for Delta Zeta Sorority in Athens, OH. Live-in position with living exp. paid + salary. Manage all service personnel including cooks, cleaning & maint. Email re sume to or fax to NHC 513-5239984.

Immediate Need 20+ PT & FT positions Call Center Must have 6 mo’s Call center experience Min. typing 30 wpm. Knowledge of Microsoft office. Apply on line www. 614-224-6080

Inside Sales Telephone Co. has FT positions open for Inside Sales. These positions develop new customers and contacts currant customers. 1yr experience required. Excellent Benefits/401K Email resume and com pensation requirements to Janitorial Positions OSU, Dublin, & Hilliard. PT, 1st & 2nd shifts. Call Key Cleaning Connection at 614-891-4993. Must pass backgrnd check. EOE.

JOB FAIR MULTIPLE OPENINGS Pick/Pack 1st/2nd Shift Mon-Fri Background Check/ Drug Test Two ID’s Req. Apply All Week 8a-4p 4152 W. Broad St. Call 614-276-6600 6097 McNaughten Call 614-367-1900


NOW HIRING RESIDENTIAL CLEANING PT(Longterm Employees) in the New Albany area. $9/hr to start. ∑ Complete Training Provided ∑ Police Check Req’d ∑ Flexible Hours ∑ Ideal for retirees & homemakers We are looking for the very best!

614-855-9990 Part Time Office Manager No weekends. 20-30hrs. Answer phones, Customer service, order processing, Accounts Payable & Re ceivables, check manage ment and general adminis trative. Req’d 10 yrs Cus tomer Relations exp, fluent in Microsoft Office, strong Excel and Accounting exp. Need flexible, reliable, pro fessional multi-tasker. No benefits. Background check & references req’d. Send resume/references to or fax 614-718-3063.


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LANDSCAPE FOREPERSON Exp. in running larger equip., exp. in hardscape/landscape, able to manage 2-3 man crews

LANDSCAPE/BED MAINTCREW LEADER Exp. in palnt mat., exp. in hand held equip., exp. in spray chem. Require: maust have 2 yrs exp, valid D.L., basic comp. skills, exc. comm. & cust. skiils. Exc. starting wage, profit sharing, major health benefits, pd vac. Send you resume via email to roudabush_bj@ or fax 614-873-1370

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12-hour Weekend Night Shifts Responsible for accurate and safe movement of product to and from the processing area in a warehouse environment. High school diploma or GED required. Qualified candidate must be computer literate, be able to lift 75 pounds, and drive a forklift. Work 36 hours one weekend, then 48 the next weekend. Attractive benefits. Apply in person at 4405 Marketing Place; Groveport, Ohio. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Visit our website Equal Opportunity Employer.

TEACHERS NE apartment community A private charter school in hiring FT and PT pool at Hilliard is searching for tendants for summer. Must Kindergarden, 1st & 2nd be CPR Certified. Seeking Grade Teachers for the strong individual(s) to mon 2011-12 school year. Must itor activity at apartment have Bachelors in complex pool. Fax resume Education, Ohio license & or inquiry to 614-890-8814 minimum 2 years or email : experience. Email resume lredman@ to leahmohiuddin@

PROBATION OFFICER Franklin Co. Common Pleas Court. Apply at Bach. Deg. req. in Psych, Soc. Work, Crim., 1 yr. exp. in Prob., Soc. Work pref. Salary: $43,149 PRODUCTION DEPT. Hilliard manufacturing compnay seeking a dedi cated long-term associate for our Production Dept. Must be able to lift up to 60lbs. Benefits include medical, dental, 401k, va cation, sick & holiday pay. Apply in person at Coloramics/Mayco, 4077 Weaver Ct. S., Hilliard, OH 43026 Please no phone calls. SEASONAL GOLF & FITNESS ASSISTANT Mount Vernon Country Club; a premier, private club, is looking for out standing individuals to be come part of their excep tional team. We are cur rently seeking a SEASON AL GOLF & FITNESS AS SISTANT to provide world class customer service to the members and guests on our Golf Course and in the Golf Shop and Athletic Center. This includes the ability to ensure all guests have the ultimate golfing experience by anticipating their needs and assisting them with their golf equi pment.This also includes cleaning members clubs, maintaining the carts, and providing product or event knowledge to the mem bers. The qualified candi date must be able to per form fitness demonstra tions under the supervision of the Golf Professional, as well as the ability to follow scheduled cleaning proce dures on all fitness equip ment. This role also as sists in the management of the fitness floor area and provides excellent custom er service pertaining to questions and inquiries from the members and guests. A High School di ploma or GED is required to be eligible for this posi tion. Current American Red Cross CPR certifica tion, First Aid and AED cer tifications are required. For complete job details and other employment op portunities, visit us at Please apply online or sub mit your resume to careers EOE MFDV




SERVICE COORDINATOR Assistive services-residents of Columbus Colony Hous ing, elderly deaf. Fluency in American Sign Lan guage is required. Social Worker degree preferred. Fax 614-890-5534 or email:

Staff Catholic Chaplain Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH Responsible for providing emotional & spiritual care to Catholic patients, family members, & staff. Requirements: Master of Divinity, ordination as a Catholic Priest, completion of 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education & authorization/endorsement of Catholic Bishop of Columbus. Qualified candidates may view details and apply online at www.nationwidec

The Child Development Council of Franklin County, Inc., a highly successful, premiere Head Start program serving over 2,400 children and families in Franklin County, Inc., is seeking qualified applicants for the following position:

Area Manager You will be responsible for providing leadership and supervision to a multidisciplinary staff (i.e., Center Coordinators, Case Managers, Education Specialist, and Health Specialist0 and ensuring compliance with all federal regulations. The minimum requirements for the position include a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Development or a related field and three years of supervisory and management experience in Head Start or other similar human services organization. If you would like to join the CDCFC team, please apply online at

TITLE National title co seeking candidates with HUD prep and/or loan process ing exp (some entry level positions available); to fill FT openings in our office near Westerville. Email resume, including salary rqmts to: or fax to 614-890-6490 Community news Sports Videos Contests

Security Company holding open interviews for quality Officers. Duties include foot patrols (interior and exterior), monitoring cameras, access control, and report writing. Must possess excellent communication skills (verbal & written), attention to detail, polished computer skills and professional demeanor. Qualified candidate must have high school diploma or equivalency, some college coursework and 2+ years prior security, law enforcement, and/or corrections experience. Background check and drug test required. Interested Candidates Attend Open Interviews on May 24, 2011 at: 4400 N High St, Ste 204 Columbus, Oh 43214 9am - 2pm No Phone Calls Please Applications kept on file 1 year/Open Interviews for new applicants ONLY. EOE VENDING SERVICES Route Drivers Technicians M-F work week! CDL not req. Routes are set. Company vehicle pro vided. Spend evenings at home. Salary, Full Benefits

Water Research Analyst I CITY OF COLUMBUS Division of Water The Division of Power & Water, City Of Columbus, Ohio is accepting resumes for a Water Research Ana lyst I position. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in a chemical, bio logical, or physical sci ence. A degree in microbi ology is preferred. The va cancy is located in our Wa ter Quality Assurance Lab oratory at 910 Dublin Road. This position will collect, analyze, and report samples for Safe Drinking Water Act compliance. One must obtain a State of Ohio EPA certification/licensure and have a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Salary $39 -$58,988.80. Please send resumes by May 31st, 2011 to Krista McGee, Department of Public Utilities, 910 Dublin Road, Columbus, OH 43215.Telephone: (614)645-5883 Fax: (614)645-0500





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Oberfield’s LLC, a recognized leader in the con crete products industry is actively seeking careerminded production and forklift operator appli cants. Candidates must demonstrate a positive at titude, team focus, and a passion for excellence and growth. We offer good pay, benefits, and the potential for advancement. Production (Columbus, Obetz and Sunbury): Candidates must have the ability to perform a wide variety of produc tion and maintenance support activities and be able to operate automat ed production equip ment. Must have forklift experience and the abili ty to operate a forklift in a safe and efficient manner. Production and Yard Forklift Operators (Colum bus): Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years of forklift experi ence and an excellent driving record. Must be willing to spend the ma jority of every day on a forklift, ranging from 60% to 90% of the time. Benefits: We provide our employee’s with: Com petitive Wages, up to two performance based merit increases in the first year, paid vacations, holidays, 401(k), section 125 plan (tax savings); paid em ployee medical and pre scription card; paid train ing, paid uniforms, and employee discounts. If you share our commit ment for excellence, and are looking for a place where you can make a difference, Oberfield’s Inc. may be just the place for you. We en courage you to stop in at one of our locations to fill out an application at your earliest convenience. EOE - No phone calls Delaware- 528 London Rd Columbus 1165 Alum Creek Dr Obetz- 4033 Alum Creek Dr

Hardworking, motivated and professional individual Community-based needed for warehouse substance abuse services work with customer service agency seeks Coalition interaction as well. Must Coordinator for Drug-Free pass criminal background Delaware check, have a good driving coalition.Knowledge or record and pass drug experience in alcohol/drug screen test. Some heavy prevention, community Lifting, loading trucks and organization and public continuous walking part of policy development. Must job description. Competi be able to work with tive salary and benefits diverse groups including package. Forklift experi law enforcement, schools, ence helpful. Qualified indi social service viduals apply in person at organizations, healthcare 861 B. Taylor Rd., providers, faith community, Gahanna. parents and youth to reduce negative consequences of WAREHOUSE alcohol/drug use.Skills PLS is looking for freight must include planning, handlers to unload trucks implementation, at our warehouse in facilitation, project Lockbourne, OH. Heavy management, ability to lifting. Good pay/benefits. work independently and Apply online at www.plsunl Must pass crimi - manage multiple priorities. Excellent public speaking nal background check. and written communication Drug Free Workplace. skills required. OCPS EOE. Certification or related HELP WANTED degree/licensure and PROFESSIONAL/ eligibility for certification.


Central Ohio Technical College Full-time Regular Positions: ∂Database Programmer & System Analyst, # 9000167 (cost-shared COTC/OSU-Newark) ∂Instructor, Forensic Science Technology, #9000165 ∂Instructor(s), Nursing, #9000164, #9000161 Part-time Faculty positions are also available at all campus locations. For complete position descrip tions, qualifications, and application procedures go to Click on “Search Postings” then “View” at the position title to submit an online ap plication for posted posi tions. EEO/AA Employer.

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Production Supervisor Diamond Power International, Inc., a globally acknowledged leader in all aspects of boiler cleaning and ash handling, has a 1st and 2nd shift supervisory opportunity at its Lancaster, Ohio facility. The successful candidate will supervise and coordinate all activities of secondshift hourly employees to meet production schedules, monitor employee performance, resolve quality issues, and maintain a safe work environment. Qualified applicants will have a two-year degree in operations or manufacturing t e c h n o l o g y, o r e q u i v a l e n t r e l e v a n t experience, with a minimum of five years’ experience supervising a unionized manufacturing workforce and experience in metal fabrication processes such as we lding, CNC ma chining, a nd a sse mbly. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Qualified candidates should submit resume and salary history including shift applying for to: Human Resources, PRODSUPVR, Diamond Power International, Inc., P.O. Box 415, Lancaster, OH 43130 or by email to Diamond Power, division of Babcock & Wilcox, an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Trusted for experience. Preferred for performance.

Send resume with salary history and three references to: Chief Executive Officer Recovery & Prevention Resources of Delaware and MorrowCounties 118 Stover Drive Delaware, Ohio 430158601 Interested parties may also apply online at Deadline for application: May 19, 2011

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• Do you have MultiLocation P&L Management experience? • Are you an expert at identifying talent and hiring Managers? • Do you consistently hold Managers accountable to achieve results? If so, The Connor Group would like to consider you for their District Manager position in Columbus, OH. is a high growth organization who has been considered to be "The Best" in their industry for over 20 years. With 500 associates and $1.5 Billion in assets we truly believe our #1 asset is people. We are on pace to double our size over the next 5 years which will allow you to have significant growth opportunities. If you have District Management experience and consider yourself to be a TOP PRODUCER, contact our hiring agent to coordinate an interview. To apply send your resume to our hiring agent at: E-Mail:

COMPLIANCE SUPERVISOR The Energy Cooperative, based in Newark, Ohio is looking for a qualified indi vidual to fill the position of Compliance Supervisor for its natural gas utility divi sion responsible for meter repair and installation, pipeline operations, locat ing, patrolling, leak detec tion and regulatory compli ance. Associate’s degree in a related field, 7-10 years supervisory experi ence in the natural gas in dustry. Proficient in Micro soft Office products. We offer an attractive compen sation and benefits pack age. Qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter along with salary requirements to: The Energy Cooperative, Hu man Resources Dept., P.O. Box 4970, Newark, OH 43058-4970, or via fax at 740-348-1133, or at: hr@ EOE

As one of the nation’s fastest growing foster care ministries, The Bair Foundation is currently seeking candidates for a Director of Social Serv ices in our Columbus, Ohio office. Responsible for supervising and sup porting the social service workers and staff to as sure that each child re ceives services in accord ance with all laws, regula tions and internal poli cies. To be successful in this position one must possess a Master’s de gree in Counseling/Psychology or MSW and five years of experience working with children placed outside the home. Two years of prior supervisory experi ence preferred. LSW, LPC, LISW, LMFT, or LPCC license required. To apply send resume with current salary to or by fax to 888-400-5989. EOE

Distribution Center Operations Manager Responsibilities: - Assist with the day-to-day operations of a customized foodservice distribution company serving America’s leading restaurant chains - Recommend and implement procedures/policies - Ensure personnel has necessary tools - Exercise general supervision - Assist with annual operational budget - Monitor compliance - Maintain warehouse sanitation program Requirements: Degree in Business Administration/Logistics/ Material Management Or equivalent experience 5 to 10 yrs exp in a management position Excellent communications skills Excellent planning and organization skills AS400 experience preferred Should be willing to relocate within 12 to 18 months Apply Today! EOE


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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN To perform maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs and installation of metal working equipment, auto matic lines, plastic injec tion machines. Strong ex perience in mechanics, pneumatic, hydraulic, user level knowledge of electric/electronic automa tion PLC and drives. Plant is in s/w Columbus works on shifts. Email

Executive Director Opportunities exist in our Cambridge and Marion Chapters of the Ameri can Red Cross. Position will ensure delivery of all Red Cross programs and services. BA or relevant equivalent experience re quired; experience lead ing and implementing fund-raising strategies. Three years experience with a Red Cross chapter or other not-for-profit sec tor preferred. Ability to work with diverse groups, excellent time management, communi cation and interpersonal skills. Competitive salary and benefits plan work ing for a highly respect organization. Send résumé, including salary requirements to: email gcjobs@ Fax - (614) 253-4081; no later than May 25, 2011. Please reference either Cambridge OR Marion Chapter. Target annual salary: $35-$45k EOE

Facilities Project Manager (Non-Bargaining) Franklin County Public Facilities Management An immediate full-time position is available for qualified applicants to plan, direct and ensure completion of assigned construction projects. Review architect and engineer proposals RFQ, RFP, plans and bid specifications. Assist in budget preparation and review permanent improvement construction and maintenance/repair projects to ensure compliance. Meet with contractors, department directors and others to define project scope, budgets and schedules. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Facility Management, or related field with three years of construction project management or related experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Salary is $26.14/hour; negotiable based on qualifications and professional experience. To apply please visit www.franklincountyohio.go v/commissioners/hr. -EOE-

Proposal Writer SAFY, a national private treatment foster care agen cy is searching for a Pro posal Writer. This position will assist with coordination and preparation of Re quests for Proposals and purchase of service bids for SAFY and monitoring proposal opportunities. Re quirements are a Bache lor’s degree and 2 years of proven proposal writing ex perience. Visit our website at for more information and to apply. EOE.

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SAFETY MANAGER Layne Christensen Company is looking for an experienced regional safety manager for our collector wells operation based out of Columbus, Ohio. This position would also oversee our opera tions throughout the Northeast. Qualifications must include a minimum of seven years in safety, experience with working on heavy construction sites, working knowledge of applicable OSHA regu lations, developing and executing safety proce dures, behavior based safety, accident investiga tions / root cause analy sis, job-site inspections, safety pre-qualifications, DOT rules and proce dures, delivering and de veloping employee safe ty training modules, and conducting new hire ori entation sessions. A de gree in safety manage ment would be preferred. This position would re quire up to 60 % domes tic travel. Please send re sume to Layne Christensen Com pany believes in the prin ciple and practice of equal employment opportunity.

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RECEPTIONIST Local multi-company oper ation seeking experienced receptionist. Ability to multi-task, project a profes sional image, positive atti tude and Microsoft Office experience a must. Multiline phone operation with data entry. Salary com mensurate w/ ability. Send resume w/ salary history to: ddaube@

Ashland Theological Seminary seeks Student Support Specialist to offer support services and general administrative assistance for its center in Columbus. Master’s degree; knowledge of theological education; and minimum 3 years’ experience in continuing education, higher education or theological education required. For consider ation, send application letter, resume and 3 references to Janice Glenn, ATS President’s Office, 910 Center St., Ashland, OH 44805 or email

HELP WANTED CLERICAL/ SECRETARIAL LEGAL ASSISTANT/ SECRETARY Medium-sized downtown law firm seeks a legal sec retary with excellent typing and organizational skills. Must be proficient in Word and Excel. Area of prac tice in business transac tional and estate planning. Fax resume with salary re quirements to Judy (614)228-0032. Receptionist/Front Desk Veterinary office is seeking a full-time receptionist. Candidates must have strong customer service skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, able to handle a multi-line phone system, and the ability to multitask. Candidates must be trustworthy and dependa ble. We offer a competitive salary, medical benefits, simple IRA company match program, and uni form reimbursement. Please e-mail resume with references to mavedog197 No phone calls please.

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GENERAL MANAGER & ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER Papa John’s National Franchisee of the year is looking for new team members! We have 22 locations in the Columbus area and are currently looking for General Managers & Assistant General Managers. Our team Managers assume responsibility for all functions of the restaurant to ensure that high quality products and customer service are delivered while maximizing profitability. Requirements: • Excellent customer service skills • Ability to work in a high volume work environment • Capable of working 50 hours/week (including nights & weekends) • Good quality work history prior pizza and/or restaurant experience a must We offer a competitive compensation package including benefits. GM’s earn a starting base salary of $32,500-$37,500 plus a strong bonus plan. AGM’s earn a competitive $24,000-$29,000. If you are a positive team player and strive for success, please apply at:

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SECRETARY Permanent, PT, M-F. No weekends. Duties to include computer entry, answer phones, filing. Word and Excel, ACT database a plus. Flex. schedule, competitive pay. Call 614-760-5883.

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Announcements Huge Church Rummage Sale! Sat. May 21, 9-2. 81 W. Bridge St. at The Dublin Community Church. Furn., housewares, clothing, childrens. Please no early birds.

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û HUGE û GARAGE SALE 7727 Tartan Fields Dr, DUBLIN Fri 5/20 & Sat 5/21 8 am - 2 pm ATTENTION GAMERS: Sega Saturn, Sega Nomad, Sega Dreamcast & Xbox systems & games. OSU collectibles, Duffs & Superga shoe samples, Disney VHS movies, music CD’s, board games, toys, Woodland Design Hartstone dishes, HH items & more!!! Five 18-in Jeep Wrangler wheels ûûHUGE YARD SALE ûû Fri 5/20 & Sat 5/21, 10a-2p Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church. 478 W. Olentangy St., Powell, OH Proceeds to benefit Share Our Strength

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MAIZE MORSE COMMUNI TY YARD SALE. 5/20, 5/21, 9a-4p, located off Morse, Maize, and Cooke Roads, 16+ houses, 50/50 Cash Raffle, Food Concession & Donation Based Dog Wash (1p-4p). 614-270-5609 Mom’s Club of Powell Community Charity Sale Scioto Reserve on Fri: 20 & Sat: 21- kids clothing, toys, HH items, maternity, & furn NEIGHBORHOOD GA RAGE SALE - WILLOW SPRINGS NORTH. Friday, 5/20, 9am-2pm. Clothes, toys, misc. HH items. 3 mi. N of Polaris Pkwy on Old State Rd. NEIGHBORHOOD SALE Summerwoods S.D. across N.W. Library & off Hard Rd. Thurs 5/19 6-8pm, Fri 5/20 & Sat. 5/21 9-1. LOTS OF BARGAINS!!! Neighborhood Sale Sat May 21 8a-3p 20+ homes in Highland Lakes South List available 4760 St An drews Drive, Westerville 43082

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Track & Field

Cards’ boys deliver at OCC By SCOTT HENNEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

ty big up. They have to go into the district tournament now and give it all they’ve got.” “I’ve been trying to make the district tournament since my freshman year,” Aguirre said. “With some of these great players like Kevin and Arren gone, I feel like it gives me a better chance, but there’s still a lot of stiff competition.” Also competing at sectional in singles were Jack Klein, who lost to Dublin Jerome’s Frank Kuo 6-3, 7-5 in a quarterfinal, and Andrew Zuk, who lost to Blackstone 6-2, 6-0 in the second round. In doubles, Jon Wilkinson and Adith Bal-

Thomas Worthington High School boys track and field coach Andy Cox said his team was getting geared up for the postseason. That was apparent from the record-setting performances turned in by the Cardinals in the OCC-Central Division meet May 12 and 14 at Hilliard Davidson. The Cardinals finished third (129.5 points) behind Davidson (170.5) and Dublin Coffman (158.5) and ahead of Hilliard Darby (96.5), Upper Arlington (49), Central Crossing (20), Kilbourne (19) and Westland (13). Armand Austin won the 400 meters in a league-record 49.05 seconds, eclipsing the previous mark of 49.14 set by Coffman’s E.J. Williams last season. Teammates Andrew Maetzold and Ray Crook placed second (50.58) and fifth (52.07), respectively, in the event. The 800 relay of Kevin Girgis, Maetzold, Austin and Nana Kyeremeh set the record for all OCC divisions by winning in 1:28.38, breaking the previous mark of 1:28.5 set by Darby in 2006. The 1,600 relay of Kyeremeh, Austin, Ryan McFarland and Maetzold was first in a leaguerecord 3:22.59, breaking the previous mark of 3:23.72 set by Davidson last season. “This is the time of year when you start to see personal improvements,” Cox said. “We’re definitely headed in the right direction.” Also finishing first for the Cardinals was Michael Wood in the high jump (6 feet, 2 inches). Finishing second were the 3,200 relay of Greg Highley, Crook, Dan McGeary and McFarland (season-best 8:04.17), Highley in the 800 (1:59.04) and Kyeremeh in the 200 (22.4). Placing third were Kyeremeh in the 100 (11.27), Jalen Wells in the 300 hurdles (40.34), Mike Pisching in the discus (140-2) and Will Spernoga in the shot put (45-2 3/4). Wells also tied for third in the high jump (5-10). Finishing fourth were Girgis in the 200 (23.03) and the 400 relay of Akwasi Boeham, Wells, Anton Dela Fuente and Alex Rentz (45.38). “Michael Wood came out and jumped four inches better than he has all year in the high jump, and Jalen Wells was third,” Cox said. “Both are freshmen and will be great in the future for us. Mike Pisching threw better than he had before in the discus. They gave all that they had and that’s all you can ask for as a coach.” The Cardinals are competing in the Division I, district 1 meet this week at Hilliard Bradley. The meet concludes Saturday, May 21. The top four finishers in each event advance to the regional meet Wednesday, May 25, and May 27 at Pickerington

See TENNIS, page C4

See TRACK, page C4

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Thomas’ Abby Zofchak scores a run against Kilbourne on May 6. The Cardinals played Teays Valley in a Division I district semifinal on May 18.


Wolves, Cards reach district semifinals By SCOTT GERFEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

When the five seniors on the Worthington Kilbourne High School softball team were freshmen, a late-season spark helped propel the Wolves into a Division I district final. It was the last time Kilbourne made a postseason run. “We’re a quality team and we know we have a chance to be successful,” said coach John Warinner, whose team played eighth-seeded Delaware in a district semifinal May 18. “Team confidence has been our obstacle over the past years and I think we’ve changed that this season.” The fifth-seeded Wolves improved to 19-5 overall with an 8-5 victory over Westerville South in the second round

of the tournament on May 12. The semifinal winner will play second-seeded Gahanna or Upper Arlington in a district final on Thursday, May 19, at Pickerington Central. Kilbourne hasn’t had with a winning record since 2008, when it finished 1413 and lost 4-2 to Gahanna in a district final. “We’ve had good chemistry this year with a mix of veteran players and youth,” Warinner said. “Last year, we didn’t have that. Are younger kids are blending in well and bringing the whole team together.” That’s certainly been evident in the pitcher’s circle where sophomore Sarah Adams and senior Jill Brandenburg have shared duties. Adams was among the area leaders last week with 12 wins, a 1.78 ERA

and 159 strikeouts. She also was batting .452 with a team-high 31 RBI. Senior Lauren Rossi was batting .478 with 21 RBI. Freshman Manda Cash (22) and senior Alexis Williams (20) also were among the area’s RBI leaders. “Kilbourne has really shown their face and their bats have come together this year,” Thomas Worthington coach Tom Gianas said. Seeded sixth, Thomas was 19-5 overall before playing Dresden Tri-Valley in a district semifinal on May 18. The Cardinals entered the game on a four-game winning streak, which included a 3-1 win over Mount Vernon in the second round on May 12. The semifinal winner plays top-seed-

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Jill Brandenburg and the Wolves played Delaware See SOFTBALL, page C4 on May 18 for a spot in a Division I district final.

Boys Tennis

Aguirre set for first trip to district By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers As he prepares for the Division I district tournament, senior Brian Aguirre of the Worthington Kilbourne High School boys tennis team is glad that he does not have to contend with former teammate Kevin Metka for one of the district’s statequalifying spots. But that doesn’t mean Aguirre doesn’t appreciate what he learned from Metka, a 2010 graduate who won the state singles title last year. “Kevin always motivated me,” Aguirre said. “He was a role model for me ever since I joined the tennis team. He had this

great spirit and was always willing to go out and hit with anyone.” Metka was one of two state qualifiers from the district in singles a year ago who graduated last spring. The other was Arren Carter of Olentangy Liberty. Among the singles players joining Aguirre at district on Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, at Hilliard Davidson are 2010 state qualifiers Casey Cempre of Thomas Worthington and Hiromi Nakayama of Dublin Coffman. The top four finishers in singles and doubles at district advance to the state tournament May 27-28 at Davidson. Aguirre qualified for district for the first time after placing third in the sectional

tournament May 12 and 14 at Davidson after losing to Gahanna’s Jesse Shivener 6-2, 6-0 in a semifinal and defeating Davidson’s Kevin Blackstone 6-4, 6-7, 7-5 in the consolation final. Joining Aguirre at district for Kilbourne are the doubles team of Sam Lazaroff and Roger Juang, who placed fourth at sectional after losing to Gahanna’s Canyon Teague and Stephen Cheng 6-1, 6-0 in a semifinal and losing to Big Walnut’s Nathan Randall and Sam Lawless 6-1, 61 in the consolation final. “It’s quite an accomplishment to be among the top 16 players in the district,” coach Steve Metzmaier said. “They have had their ups and downs, but this is a pret-

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Worthington Christian Roundup

Injury may derail Montgomery’s state bid By JARROD ULREY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Joel Montgomery sat with his hands over his face as he battled to come to grips with what happened during his semifinal match in the Division II sectional boys tennis tournament May 14. The pain the Worthington Christian High School freshman began feeling a few minutes earlier finally had become too much to bear, forcing him to default after losing the first set 7-6 (7-2) of his semifinal to Granville’s Danny Gardner. Montgomery qualified for district by winning three sectional matches May 12 at Columbus School for Girls, but coach Alex Schmidt wasn’t expecting him to compete Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, at Columbus Academy. Even if the pulled muscle in his right leg shortened Montgomery’s season, Schmidt believes the Warriors have reason to be excited for the future considering the success Montgomery had throughout his first prep season. Montgomery missed two weeks of the regular season because of the same injury and went 8-2 overall, with his only other loss coming to three-time Division II state singles qualifier Ian Wagner of Wellington. “He was feeling a lot of weakness about midway through the first set, and I think a lot of it was due to him not being able to play the last couple weeks because of the injury,” Schmidt said. “We’ll

have it tested out, but because he’s so young, we don’t want to risk anything. He was really looking forward to this, but he’s got to take care of himself. “It was different (May 12) because he wasn’t really challenged in any of his matches, but (against Gardner) there were a lot of long rallies and a lot more wear and tear.” At the sectional May 12, winning their first-round match but losing in the second round were junior Reid Smith in singles and the doubles team of Tanner Singleton and Seth Montgomery. The doubles team of Connor Holland and Jonathan Myer advanced to a quarterfinal before losing to Granville’s Ryan Rosinsky and Dylan Sharkey 6-1, 6-2. David Feusse lost to Centennial’s Bogdan Cojocari 6-1, 6-3 in his sectional opener. “I’m really happy with how the (sectional) went,” Schmidt said. “Reid Smith had to retire from his second-round match because of heat exhaustion, but he was fighting through everything. David Feusse drew the No. 4 seed, so he had a tough match. We had a really good showing. My goal was to get everyone one win and they all did except for David.” •The baseball team lost to second-seeded Fredericktown 15-2 in the second round of the Division III district tournament May 12 to finish 10-13. The Warriors opened the district tournament with a 7-1 victory over Grandview on May 10. Against the Freddies, they gave

cluded Nathan Deskins, Ben Garrison, Austin Morgan and Jack Price. “We did play a tough schedule, which helped us gauge the things we needed to work on,” coach Tim Kraynak said. “Our defense seemed to be a strength for most of the season, and as the season progressed we were able to identify three or four key guys on the mound. Quite frankly, we struggled offensively.” Junior Alec Motter was the team’s leading hitter at .403, followed by Bauslaugh (.359), junior Keaton Lovas (.318) and Deskins (.308). Bauslaugh and Lovas both drove in 16 runs. Junior J.C. Ackerman, who gave up one run in six innings in the tournament against Grandview, went 3-2 with a 2.66 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 26 1/3 innings. Junior Zach Ackerman was 2-1 with a 4.94 ERA in 22 2/3 innings over 10 games. Also pitching in 10 games were junior Trevor England, Garrison and sophomore Caleb Penney. Other players eligible to return include sophomores Frankie Myers, Jordan Rugg and Clayton Siders and freshman Casey Hamrick. “We competed well, playing in six one-run games and five By Eric George/ThisWeek two-run games against some tough opponents,” Kraynak said. The Warriors’ Clayton Siders rounds third base on his way to scoring a run on May 10 during a 7-1 victory over Grandview in a “We were young as we returned two everyday starters from last Division III district tournament game. year’s squad, which is encourup six runs in the second inning, Dan Bauslaugh, a four-year var- aging for next season. With it four in the third and five in the sity regular who started at catch- being our second year in Divifourth. er, led a senior class that also in- sion III, it was nice to get our first

At a glance

Below are the recent results for the Worthington Christian baseball and boys tennis teams: BASEBALL May 5 — Defeated Wellington 21-1 May 7 — Lost to Fredericktown 9-2 May 10 — Def. Grandview 7-1 in first round of Division III district tournament May 12 — Lost to Fredericktown 15-2 in second round of tournament Of note: The Warriors finished 1013. BOYS TENNIS May 4 — Def. Hartley 5-0 May 6 — Lost to Granville 4-1 May 9 — Def. Ready 4-1 May 10 — Def. Whitehall 5-0 May 12, 14 — Joel Montgomery advanced to a semifinal of the Division II sectional tournament but defaulted against Granville’s Danny Gardner after losing the first set 7-6 (7-2). No other Warriors advanced past the quarterfinal round.

tournament victory. In all, we will return seven starters.” •The boys and girls track and field teams are competing in the Division III district meet, which concludes Saturday, May 21, at Gahanna. Field events and running preliminaries were held May 17 and 18 for both the boys and girls teams. The top four finishers in each district event advance to the regional meet May 25 and 27 at Fairfield Union.

Sports briefs McCoy football camp scheduled for July

Diebler, Lighty to help direct camp

Soccer tournament coming to Dublin

GCSTO offering free swim lessons

Baseball camp set at Watkins Memorial

Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy’s inaugural football camp has been scheduled for 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 16-17 at Strongsville High School. McCoy will direct activities and provide instruction. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 14. For information and registration, visit or call (513) 793-CAMP.

Former Ohio State basketball players Jon Diebler and David Lighty will help direct the fourth annual Buckeye Stars Basketball Camp from 9 a.m. to noon July 27-29 at Worthington Kilbourne High School. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 18. For more information and registration, visit or call (888) 389-2267.

The Dublin Soccer League will play host to the U.S. Youth Soccer Kohl’s American Cup recreational tournament on June 11-12. It’s one of 30 stops on the tournament’s 2011 circuit. Registration is open to U8 through U15 recreational teams. Entry deadline is May 14. Visit for tournament rules and entry forms.

The Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio (GCSTO) is offering free swimming lessons to underprivileged children on June 4 and 9 and July 2 at the Gahanna swimming pool. GCSTO also will award scholarships to participants based on their financial need and family status. For information, contact GCSTO instructor Erin Harris at or (614) 582-2597.

A baseball camp for players in grades 1-12 is scheduled for June 2730 at Watkins Memorial High School. Watkins Memorial coach Don Schone will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. The camp will last three hours each day and cover hitting, pitching, fielding and base running. For more information, call (866) 622-4487.



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Worthington Christian Roundup

Injury may derail Montgomery’s state bid By JARROD ULREY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Joel Montgomery sat with his hands over his face as he battled to come to grips with what happened during his semifinal match in the Division II sectional boys tennis tournament May 14. The pain the Worthington Christian High School freshman began feeling a few minutes earlier finally had become too much to bear, forcing him to default after losing the first set 7-6 (7-2) of his semifinal to Granville’s Danny Gardner. Montgomery qualified for district by winning three sectional matches May 12 at Columbus School for Girls, but coach Alex Schmidt wasn’t expecting him to compete Friday, May 20, and Saturday, May 21, at Columbus Academy. Even if the pulled muscle in his right leg shortened Montgomery’s season, Schmidt believes the Warriors have reason to be excited for the future considering the success Montgomery had throughout his first prep season. Montgomery missed two weeks of the regular season because of the same injury and went 8-2 overall, with his only other loss coming to three-time Division II state singles qualifier Ian Wagner of Wellington. “He was feeling a lot of weakness about midway through the first set, and I think a lot of it was due to him not being able to play the last couple weeks because of the injury,” Schmidt said. “We’ll

have it tested out, but because he’s so young, we don’t want to risk anything. He was really looking forward to this, but he’s got to take care of himself. “It was different (May 12) because he wasn’t really challenged in any of his matches, but (against Gardner) there were a lot of long rallies and a lot more wear and tear.” At the sectional May 12, winning their first-round match but losing in the second round were junior Reid Smith in singles and the doubles team of Tanner Singleton and Seth Montgomery. The doubles team of Connor Holland and Jonathan Myer advanced to a quarterfinal before losing to Granville’s Ryan Rosinsky and Dylan Sharkey 6-1, 6-2. David Feusse lost to Centennial’s Bogdan Cojocari 6-1, 6-3 in his sectional opener. “I’m really happy with how the (sectional) went,” Schmidt said. “Reid Smith had to retire from his second-round match because of heat exhaustion, but he was fighting through everything. David Feusse drew the No. 4 seed, so he had a tough match. We had a really good showing. My goal was to get everyone one win and they all did except for David.” •The baseball team lost to second-seeded Fredericktown 15-2 in the second round of the Division III district tournament May 12 to finish 10-13. The Warriors opened the district tournament with a 7-1 victory over Grandview on May 10. Against the Freddies, they gave

cluded Nathan Deskins, Ben Garrison, Austin Morgan and Jack Price. “We did play a tough schedule, which helped us gauge the things we needed to work on,” coach Tim Kraynak said. “Our defense seemed to be a strength for most of the season, and as the season progressed we were able to identify three or four key guys on the mound. Quite frankly, we struggled offensively.” Junior Alec Motter was the team’s leading hitter at .403, followed by Bauslaugh (.359), junior Keaton Lovas (.318) and Deskins (.308). Bauslaugh and Lovas both drove in 16 runs. Junior J.C. Ackerman, who gave up one run in six innings in the tournament against Grandview, went 3-2 with a 2.66 ERA and 17 strikeouts in 26 1/3 innings. Junior Zach Ackerman was 2-1 with a 4.94 ERA in 22 2/3 innings over 10 games. Also pitching in 10 games were junior Trevor England, Garrison and sophomore Caleb Penney. Other players eligible to return include sophomores Frankie Myers, Jordan Rugg and Clayton Siders and freshman Casey Hamrick. “We competed well, playing in six one-run games and five By Eric George/ThisWeek two-run games against some tough opponents,” Kraynak said. The Warriors’ Clayton Siders rounds third base on his way to scoring a run on May 10 during a 7-1 victory over Grandview in a “We were young as we returned two everyday starters from last Division III district tournament game. year’s squad, which is encourup six runs in the second inning, Dan Bauslaugh, a four-year var- aging for next season. With it four in the third and five in the sity regular who started at catch- being our second year in Divifourth. er, led a senior class that also in- sion III, it was nice to get our first

At a glance

Below are the recent results for the Worthington Christian baseball and boys tennis teams: BASEBALL May 5 — Defeated Wellington 21-1 May 7 — Lost to Fredericktown 9-2 May 10 — Def. Grandview 7-1 in first round of Division III district tournament May 12 — Lost to Fredericktown 15-2 in second round of tournament Of note: The Warriors finished 1013. BOYS TENNIS May 4 — Def. Hartley 5-0 May 6 — Lost to Granville 4-1 May 9 — Def. Ready 4-1 May 10 — Def. Whitehall 5-0 May 12, 14 — Joel Montgomery advanced to a semifinal of the Division II sectional tournament but defaulted against Granville’s Danny Gardner after losing the first set 7-6 (7-2). No other Warriors advanced past the quarterfinal round.

tournament victory. In all, we will return seven starters.” •The boys and girls track and field teams are competing in the Division III district meet, which concludes Saturday, May 21, at Gahanna. Field events and running preliminaries were held May 17 and 18 for both the boys and girls teams. The top four finishers in each district event advance to the regional meet May 25 and 27 at Fairfield Union.

Sports briefs McCoy football camp scheduled for July

Diebler, Lighty to help direct camp

Soccer tournament coming to Dublin

GCSTO offering free swim lessons

Baseball camp set at Watkins Memorial

Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy’s inaugural football camp has been scheduled for 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 16-17 at Strongsville High School. McCoy will direct activities and provide instruction. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 14. For information and registration, visit or call (513) 793-CAMP.

Former Ohio State basketball players Jon Diebler and David Lighty will help direct the fourth annual Buckeye Stars Basketball Camp from 9 a.m. to noon July 27-29 at Worthington Kilbourne High School. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7 to 18. For more information and registration, visit or call (888) 389-2267.

The Dublin Soccer League will play host to the U.S. Youth Soccer Kohl’s American Cup recreational tournament on June 11-12. It’s one of 30 stops on the tournament’s 2011 circuit. Registration is open to U8 through U15 recreational teams. Entry deadline is May 14. Visit for tournament rules and entry forms.

The Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio (GCSTO) is offering free swimming lessons to underprivileged children on June 4 and 9 and July 2 at the Gahanna swimming pool. GCSTO also will award scholarships to participants based on their financial need and family status. For information, contact GCSTO instructor Erin Harris at or (614) 582-2597.

A baseball camp for players in grades 1-12 is scheduled for June 2730 at Watkins Memorial High School. Watkins Memorial coach Don Schone will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. The camp will last three hours each day and cover hitting, pitching, fielding and base running. For more information, call (866) 622-4487.



Crew Soccer Academy is the program that provides the greatest opportunity and exposure for players to reach their highest level. Crew Soccer Academy is a charter member of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy (, click on Development Academy). Supported by the U.S. National Teams, it is the top level of competition in the country. Crew Soccer Academy is the only member of the Development Academy in Central Ohio, and is the top boys level in Ohio.

• Soccer America’s 8th-ranked club in the country in 2010 • U16 CSA combined record of 52-23-14 and U18 CSA combined record of 48-21-16, both top 10 nationally • 15 Crew Soccer Academy players have been called into U.S. National Team camps and competitions • 60 Crew Soccer Academy players have gone on to play at the collegiate level • Crew Soccer Academy rosters have featured 18 All Americans, 22 All Midwest and 57 All Ohioans • Played and defeated U17 Men’s National Team in Crew Stadium • 2010 U19 McGuire Cup National Champions • 2010 USL Super 20 National Champions























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U15/16 & U17/18


BENEFITS • Fully funded U16 and U18 teams • Highest level competition, coaching, officials and facilities in the Development Academy provide an unparalleled platform to reach full potential • Collegiate coaches build their recruiting schedules around Development Academy matches and showcases • Consistent exposure to U.S. National Team youth staff and scouts • Training opportunities with Crew First Team players and coaches • Players train and play at the Obetz Training Facility and Crew Stadium • No cost for player fees, travel, accommodations and gear




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At a glance

Continued from page C1 North. “Now we’re seeing the fruits of our labor and that’s starting to pay off right now,” Cox said. “We want to be in tip-top shape going into regional. I think the next three weeks are going to be really exciting.” •The Kilbourne girls team started the postseason in the Division I, district 3 meet, which concludes Saturday, May 21. In the OCC-Central meet, the Wolves finished sixth (55) behind Coffman (164.5), Davidson (131), UA (100), Darby (88) and Thomas (84.5) and ahead of Central Crossing (26) and Westland (10). Hannah Loveday won the discus (99-5) and Desiree Kaleopaa was fourth in the shot put (30-9 1/4). “Hannah threw the shot and was hampered by the neck injury from an auto accident as well as an arm injury she has been nursing, so we played it safe and sat her out of the shot,” coach Chip Seely said. “We want to make sure she is healthy to throw at district. “Hannah didn’t throw the shot, but Desiree had her best throw and really came through for us.” Also placing fourth were Taylor Hill in the 400 (1:00.47) and the 400 relay of Abby Hunt, Allie Riebel, Megan Thompson and Courtney Green (52.59). Placing fifth were Paige Martinski in the pole vault (8-6), the 800 relay of Allison Hooley, Riebel, Hill and Green (1:52.38) and the 1,600 relay of Hooley, Riebel, Thompson and Hill (4:15.05). Finishing sixth were Hill in

Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Kilbourne and Thomas boys tennis teams: KILBOURNE May 9 — Defeated Olentangy Orange 4-1 May 11 — Lost to Watterson 3-2 May 12, 14 — Competed in Division I sectional tournament at Hilliard Davidson. Brian Aguirre was third in singles and Roger Juang and Sam Lazaroff were fourth in doubles. May 20-21 — District tournament at Davidson. Top four finishers in singles and doubles advance to state tournament May 27-28 at Davidson. Of note: The Wolves finished 5-8 overall and 3-4 in the OCC-Central. THOMAS May 11 — Def. St. Charles 3-2 in OTCA Division I district semifinal. The Cardinals face Gahanna or New Albany in district final. May 12, 14 — Competed in Division I sectional tournament at Pickerington Central. Casey Cempre was first in singles, Harrison Chang and Mark Evans were third in doubles and David Edison and Joey Wortman were fourth in doubles. May 20-21 — District tournament at Davidson Of note: The Cardinals are 11-4 overall and finished 6-1 in the OCC-Central.

TENNIS Continued from page C1 aji lost to Gahanna’s Daniel Emoff and Alexander Gavrilov 6-1, 6-2 in the second round. •Thomas’Harrison Chang and Mark Evans were quite familiar with their opponents in the doubles consolation final of the sectional May 14 at Pickerington Central. After all, the opponents were their teammates. Chang and Evans defeated David Edison and Joey Wortman 6-2, 6-4 to finish third. “We knew how they were going to play because we’ve watched them play all year,” said Chang, who played first doubles with Wortman during the regular season. “It felt like a practice, but with a little more at stake,” Evans said. The doubles teams will join Cempre, who won the sectional singles title with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Westerville Central’s Luke Buchanan in the final, at district. The last time the Cardinals had five players advance to district was 2002. “That means a lot for us,” said


the long jump (14-11 1/4), Green in the 100 (13.31) and the 3,200 relay of Grace Wesner, Jenna Boue, Thompson and Dani Kaufman (10:46.11). “We had great efforts from so many girls,” Seely said. “Taylor Hill, Courtney Green, Allie Riebel, Megan Thompson ... so many had great days.” Seely said the OCC-Central meet was a great primer for district. “I think it gives us a real positive outlook going into the postseason,” he said. “District is always tough, but maybe not quite as tough as OCC because of the quality of competition we faced at Davidson. We might not see five teams at Bradley as strong as the ones we saw (in the OCCCentral meet). That can be an encouraging thing.” •The Thomas girls team began the postseason in the Division I, district 2 meet, which concludes Saturday, May 21, at Bradley. The Cardinals were fifth (84.5) in the OCC-Central meet. Frannie Frazier was first in the 100 hurdles (15.51). Placing second were Rachel Erb in the pole vault (9-0) and Madison Girardi in the high jump (5-0), and the 400 relay of Abi Agyepong, Chandler Adamaitis, Shay Davis and Frazier placed third (51.85). Finishing fourth were Frazier in the high jump (4-10), Danielle Henderson in the 100 (13.17) and long jump (15-0), Krista Palmer in the discus (94-8) and the 1,600 relay of Kendall Kwiatkowski, Erb, Emily Nordquist and Henderson (4:05.03).

North Side of Norris Lake in East TN By Todd Seimer/ThisWeek

Thomas’ Harrison Chang teamed with Mark Evans to finish third at the Division I sectional May 14 at Pickerington Central.

coach Tyler Stephen, whose team was ranked 14th in the Division I OTCA state poll. “That’s a testament to how deep our team is.” “We’re going to be confident because we’re going to have a lot of support,” Evans said. “Knowing that we’re going to be playing alongside our teammates is going to help us a lot.” Also at sectional, Matt Sisco lost to Reynoldsburg’s Isaac Khan 2-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the first round

and Paul Bohorquez lost to Westerville Central’s Blake Burns 62, 6-1 in the first round. Meanwhile, with a 3-2 win over St. Charles on May 11, Thomas advanced to a district final of the Division I OTCA team tournament. The Cardinals will play Gahanna or New Albany on a date to be determined.

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Continued from page C1 ed Central Crossing or Westerville North in a district final Thursday, May 19, at Pickerington Central. Thomas was guaranteed at least a share of second in the OCC-Central Division, as it is 10-3 in the league with one game remaining. Central Crossing is 13-0 in the OCC-Central and has clinched the league title. Kilbourne finished 10-4 in the league and can tie the Cardinals for second if Thomas loses to Central Crossing in its remaining league game. However, Gianas wasn’t certain if the postponed game against the Comets would be rescheduled. “We know if we get the opportunity to face Central Crossing, we’re going to have to beat one of the dominant pitchers in the area in Savannah Dorsey,” said Gianas, whose team lost to Central Crossing 6-0 on March 29. “She’s tough,

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Below are the recent results and coming schedules for the Kilbourne and Thomas softball teams: KILBOURNE *May 10 — Lost to Central Crossing 7-3 May 12 — Defeated Westerville South 8-5 in second round of Division I district tournament May 18 — Played eighth-seeded Delaware in district semifinal. Winner plays second-seeded Gahanna or Upper Arlington in district final May 19 at Pickerington Central. District champion plays in regional semifinal May 25 at Ohio State.

but if we’re on our A game, we can play with anybody.” The Cardinals’offense has been led by seniors Kim Hoerauf and Abby Zofchak, both of whom were batting above .500 through 24 games. Zofchak had eight home runs as the cleanup hitter. Gianas has been even more im-

Of note: The Wolves were 19-5 overall before May 17 and finished 10-4 in the OCC-Central. They are seeded fifth in the district tournament. THOMAS *May 11 — Def. Westland 4-0 May 12 — Def. Mount Vernon 3-1 in second round of Division I district tournament *May 13 — Def. Upper Arlington 3-0 May 18 — Played Dresden Tri-Valley in district semifinal. Winner plays topseeded Central Crossing or Westerville North in district final May 19 at Pickerington Central. District champion plays in regional semifinal May 26 at Ohio State. Of note: The Cardinals were 19-5 overall before May 17 and are 10-3 in the OCC-Central. *OCC-Central game

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Placing fifth were Henderson in the 200 (27.27), Cheyenne Buckingham in the 3,200 (11:53.3), Nordquist in the 400 (1:00.73), Annie McFarland in the long jump (14-11 3/4) and the 3,200 relay of Ariel Rittenhouse, Abby McWilliams, Natalie Frank and Buckingham (10:24.63). •The Kilbourne boys team is competing in the Division I, district 3 meet at Bradley. In the OCC-Central, the Wolves finished seventh with 19 points. Jeremie Nsumbu placed third in the long jump (19-10) and teamed with Garrett Pauly, Max Oyer and Chandler Bridges to place fourth in the 800 relay (1:37.42).

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Former TanPro now slated for ‘adult boutique’ By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Clintonville found itself elevated to town status last week. Unfortunately in the eyes of many residents, this was on the website for Adult Video News, a trade magazine for an industry that seems an unlikely fit for the neighborhood. The item about onetime Ohio magazine publisher, and Hustler magazine founder, Larry Flynt’s plans to open an “adult boutique” in the former Tan Pro building at 2761 N. High St., just inside the boundary for Clintonville, appeared under the headline: “Hustler Hollywood Store Planned for Clintonville, Ohio” The online piece, cribbed liberally from, and only occasionally crediting, a story by Tim Feran in The Columbus Dispatch, got it more or less correct in the text. “Clintonville, the unincorporated north-central area of Columbus, Ohio, is about to get its own Hustler Hollywood store, and residents are not exactly jumping for joy at the prospect, according to local media,” AVN writer Tom Hymes began. “Still, there seems to be little they can do about it.” He definitely got that right, according to Clintonville Area Commission District 3 representative James R. Blazer II. “A number of you have called to question how such a thing could happen in Clintonville,” Blazer wrote in an e-mail distributed to his constituents last week. “Unfortunately, there are no zoning variances required by Mr. Flynt to open such an enterprise in our neighborhood at that particular location,” he added a little later, after explaining the role of the CAC. “Unfortunate or not, maybe the location was chosen for reasons having less to do with the town’s geography than its name,” AVN’s Hymes wrote in concluding his story. “Considering the fact that Flynt has just published a book on the sex lives of presidents titled ‘One Nation Under Sex: How the Private Lives of Presidents, First Ladies and Their Lovers Changed the Course of American History,’ putting a store in Clintonville may have been something the Hustler chief simply could not refuse to do.” Clinton Township, from which Clintonville is derived, was named for the fourth vice president of the United States, who served from 1805 to 1812. “There is nothing to fear from a Hustler Hollywood store, of course, unless you are a competitor,” the AVN story stated. “The upscale shops, which sell lingerie, swimwear, sex toys, glassware and other adult novelties, are the antithesis of the dark and dingy adult book stores that many people still envision.” “If you have questions regarding how this happened and next steps, the chamber would be the best place to start,” Blazer wrote in his e-mail. “Through either encouragement, or neglect, Mr. Flynt is now planning to set up shop in this community. Nothing about this is consistent with the Clintonville Neighborhood Plan, or our community values.” “I’m not really taking a position one way or the other,” said CAC member Sarah Snyder, in whose District 2 the adult boutique would be located. “I have been hearing from constituents. It’s sort of been mixed. Some don’t really mind, don’t think it’s that big a deal. Some people don’t like it, don’t think it’s good for the community.” Flynt was seen in Clintonville last week, according to The Dispatch story. “Neither Flynt nor representatives of his publishing company returned calls seeking comment, but Flynt was seen in the neighborhood yesterday,” Feran’s May 11 story stated. “His stretch limousine stopped at nearby Mozart’s Bakery and Piano Cafe. Flynt visited the bakery and restaurant in his gold wheelchair, Mozart’s owner Anand Saha said.” Flynt must use a wheelchair as a result of injuries sustained in a March 1978 assassination attempt outside a Georgia courthouse. “I thought I recognized him,” Saha told AVN’s Hymes. “I went back to the office, Googled his

name, and it was him.” A onetime resident of Bexley during his days publishing Ohio Magazine when it was based in Columbus, Flynt was born Larry Claxton Flynt, on Nov. 1, 1942, in the isolated Appalachian village of Lakeville, Ky., according to the website of the Biography channel part of the A and E Networks. He opened his first bar in Dayton in 1965 and three years later his first go-go bar, which he called the Hustler Club. The magazine, which would bring Flynt both fame and infamy, was initially started as a newsletter for his strip clubs. “Fueled by his vision that the artsy layouts of Penthouse and the unattainable models of Playboy alienated the average man,

Flynt set out to launch his own men’s magazine,” Biography states. “Using his newsletter as a template, he nationally released the first issue of Hustler magazine in 1974. Geared toward working-class men, Hustler’s contents were implicitly anti-establishment and class antagonistic. The publication prided itself on hard core depictions of raw sex, which often included graphic nude photos of disabled, pregnant and elderly women. One issue featured nude pictures of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, while another depicted a woman being fed into a meat grinder. As expected, the magazine outraged antiporn advocates and feminists.”

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Veterans return to Point du Hoc By MICHAEL J. MAURER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Last July, when he was 89 years old, James “Pee Wee” Martin celebrated the 65th anniversary of America’s victory in World War II with a reprise of his youth: He made a parachute jump. He wants to do it again this year. For most of the past 66 years since the war ended, Martin has lived on 50 acres near Dayton, in a house he and his wife built themselves. “I do all the things I used to do, just not as much,” Martin said. “We heat with wood and I split the wood. I have a backhoe and I mix concrete.” On June 3, Martin will join Johnstown resident Don Jakeway and Woodsfield resident Herman Zerger in a special trip to Normandy for this year’s D-Day celebration. Jake, Zerg and Pee Wee, as they are known, will be traveling with a cohort of more than a dozen friends and family, courtesy of a trip organized by New Albany resident Mark Easton, who traveled to Normandy last year with Zerg. Easton and Zerg are both friends of former senator Max Cleland, now secretary for battlefield monuments. “We have been invited by Max Cleland and President Obama to the Point du Hoc rededication,” Easton said, noting that the famous D-Day landmark has been undergoing repairs. “The last big event there was President Reagan did a big speech there in 1984, the 40th anniversary of D-Day.”

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James H. “Pee Wee” Martin Service: D-Day Participant, World War II, 101st Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion, G Company Role: Jim Martin jumped into France over Utah Beach on D-Day and fought for 33 days in the Normandy campaign. He also fought in Holland in Operation Market Garden and in Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge. The 101st Airborne Division finished its part of the war by securing Berchtesgaden, Germany. Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Distinguished Unit Citation

Don Jakeway Service: D-Day Participant, World War II, Original Member of the 82nd Airborne All Americans, 508th Regiment , H Company, Sergeant Role: Don jumped into France outside the area of St. Mere Eglise on D-Day and fought 33 days in the Normandy campaign. He also fought in Holland in Operation Market Garden and in the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium. Awards: 4 Bronze Stars, 2 Purple Hearts, Knight of the Legion of Honor By Rebecca Padula/ThisWeek

(From left) Jim “Pee Wee” Martin, of Dayton, Herman “Zerg” Zerger of Woodsfield and Don “Jake” Jakeway of Johnstown sit around the table with Mark Easton of New Albany.

Zerg and Easton and friends will start the trip May 28, retracing Zerg’s battles in Italy. On June 3, Jake and Pee Wee will fly into Charles De Gaulle Airport. Pee Wee has not been to Europe since 1964, when he and his wife were feted by the Dutch government Jake was in Europe last in 1991. This will be Zerg’s seventh trip. All the men remember clearly months of fighting, harrowing near misses, lost soldiers and severe wounds. “I was in a foxhole next to the (Monte) Cassino, and at that time that was the heaviest concentration of bombs dropped in the war up till that time, on the abbey,” Zerg said, remembering “And they dropped me in a foxhole. It was several hours. Wave after wave of bombers went over. I was deaf for a pretty long time.” He can remember battles where a thousand men died. He remem-

bers entering Rome. “We entered Rome on June 5, the day before D-Day,” Zerg said. “I remember marching past the Coliseum and the general was standing up in the Jeep, and thousands of Italians were cheering us on.” Jake remembers the Battle of the Bulge, the snow, German snipers killing his men one by one. “Snow was two three feet deep, and a sniper shot two of my men,” Jake said. “I only had six men. I decided we were going to go out and get the man, get the sniper. I’m walking through the snow, and I knew something was not right, I just had a bad feeling, and I look over and laying right there was the sniper pointing his Mauser rifle at me. All he had to do was pull the trigger and he could have killed me. I turned real slowly and he threw up his hands, and so did another one right beside him.”

Not too long after, Jake remembers going to bed with his hands trembling with fright. The next day he was shot. “I got shot right through the chest,” Jake said. “When I came to the medic was taking my boots off. I had a .45 in my holster and I said, ‘What do you think you’re doing? If I can get this .45 out you’ll never wear them.’He started crying.” In the ambulance, with some wounded German soldiers, Jake’s stretcher broke, so that he was wrapped in canvas. The ambulance drove off the road, rolling See VETERANS, page C7

Herman Zerger Service: Marched on Rome on June 4, before D-Day, World War II, 36th Texas, 141st Regiment, I Company, Platoon Sergeant Rifle Company Role: Served on the front line for 300 days in Italy and France. He participated in 7 campaigns Naples-Foggia, Anzio, Rome, Southern France, Rhineland, Alsace and Central Europe. He was taken prisoner on the banks of the Rhine for 95 days and was a POW in Austria. Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart , Knight of the Legion of Honor, Combat Infantry Badge.

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Tics are sudden, involuntary, repetitive movements (motor tics) or sounds (vocal tics). The most common motor tics are frequent eye blinking, nose twitching and head shaking. Common vocal tics include humming, grunting or saying actual words. Some of these tics are complex and include large parts of the body (kicking, stamping). About 3 million to 6 million Americans experience tics regularly. Tics are more common in children, where one in four has a tic during the school years. Tics are five times more common in boys than in girls. Nine out of 10 children who have tics, however, will experience significant improvements in the symptoms by they time they reach adulthood. Tics are the most frequent symptom of Tourette syndrome, though it isn’t the only symptom. For a patient to be diagnosed as having TS, he or she has to have motor and vocal tics for at least one year. Impulsivity, attention deficit disorder, at-


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May 19, 2011

ThisWeek Community Newspapers Worthington

Page C8

May 19, 2011

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Popular equipment group, V6, Colth, 4x4 #J11037



3rd, Row seating, Popular equipment group, 3.6L V6

Nav, Power Liftgate, Cloth, 3.6L V6






MSRP ........................................................$24,385 Rebate.......................................................... -$750 Lease Bonus Cash..................................... -$1,750 GL Bonus Cash .......................................... -$1,000 CT Discount............................................... -$1,040

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36 month lease = with $2,376 out of pocket!

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