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June 9, 2011

Permit parking repealed by council By CHRIS BOURNEA ThisWeek Community Newspapers In a 6-1 vote during a special meeting Monday night, Upper Arlington City Council voted to repeal permit parking restrictions on Brandon and Chester roads and nine other streets bordering Lane Avenue. The vote came after months of com-

plaints from residents that patrons near the Arlington Commons development at 1750 W. Lane Ave., especially the Wine Bistro restaurant, have been parking in front of Frank Ciotola their homes, causing congestion and noise.

Council member Erik Yassenoff, who cast the sole dissenting vote, said he believes council should have waited to repeal parking restrictions until a Lane Avenue traffic study conducted by consulting firm AECOM is completed this summer. “I feel like were not doing the complete review and our due diligence,” Yassenoff said.

Council members who voted for the repeal cited an e-mail received from AECOM representatives earlier in the day stating that permit parking would not likely be one of the study’s recommendations. Council president Frank Ciotola said council can revisit the issue if the study ultimately does recommend some form of permit parking. “Repealing this ordinance does not

preclude us from enforcing the recommendations from AECOM,” Ciotola said. “What repealing this ordinance does is alleviate the frustration of having a law on the books that we’re not enforcing.” Bill Dargush, a representative of Arlington Commons developer Metropolitan Partners, said his company continSee REPEAL, page A2

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Upper Arlington seniors give a standing ovation to classmates performing a string medley during their commencement ceremony on June 5 at Veterans Memorial. For more photos from the event, see page B1.

With two three-term members of the Upper Arlington Board of Education announcing they would not seek re-election in November, several candidates have already thrown their hats into the ring. Current board members William Catalano and Gloria Heydlauff have both decided to retire from the board at the end of their current terms, while incumbent member Robin Comfort said she plans to seek re-election to her seat. The other announced candidates are Nancy Drees, Peter Hahn, Stacey Royer and Lori Trent. Board members Marjory Pizzuti and Robert Arkin both have two years remaining on their cur-

rent terms. “Losing two 12-year members of the board is hard, because continuity is so important,” Comfort said. “Four years was enough to get my feet wet, but another four years will give me a real leadership opportunity.” Comfort is the current school board vice president and, according to her press release, worked to develop the current school district strategic plan and serves on the Upper Arlington Education Foundation board. Candidate Drees said she believes that the current school board is heading in the right direction, and she wants to make sure that continues. See BOARD, page A3

Greensview ‘mini-mall’ Yassenoff, Leach seek raises money for charity 2nd city council terms By KATE HETRICK

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At an average shopping mall, a quarter or two might buy a gumball, or the chance to play a game in the arcade. But at the Greensview Elementary School mini-mall, a few quarters can buy much more.

The fourth-graders at Greensview opened a mini-mall in the school cafeteria June 2, selling items they created after studying the basics of economics. They sold everything from a secret language to toothbrush bracelets to pet rocks, all priced at just 25 or 50 cents.A total of 84 students in four classes created their own cor-

poration, called JMPK?. The initials stand for Johnson, McGuire, Pavlasek and Kotch — their classroom teachers. “Everyone is working together to raise money for charity,” Suzanne Kotch said. “While they want their business to do the best, See MALL, page A3

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Fourth-graders Will Geletka, (left), and Rafi Fadhlurrahman, both 10, peddle their handmade “FuzzyPencils” at the Greensview Mini-Mall on June 2. The mini-mall was the culmination of a lesson on economics.

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Former mayor Don Leach and incumbent Erik Yassenoff both have announced that they are seeking second terms to Upper Arlington City Council on the November ballot. Leach, 56, served on UA Council from 20062010, including two years as president of council and mayor, but did not run for re-election in 2009. “Two years ago, I realized I was over-committed in business and family matters,” Leach said. “Now several of those have sorted out, and I believe there are issues facing the community that my experience and skills lend themselves to. I still care tremendously about the community.” Leach is managing partner of one of the Columbus law firm Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. He has lived in UA for 20 years and in central Ohio his entire life. Leach is completing his term as chair of the UA Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees, is a past director of the UA Civic Association, past treasurer of UA schools’ last three operating levies, and is a member of the UA Community Foundation Board, UA Rotary and UA Lutheran Church. He is married and has two children. Leach said that while he was on council, Kingsdale shopping center was revitalized; the city’s budget was balanced without raising taxes or relying on reserves; Sunny 95 Park was de-

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veloped; a new firehouse was built; the city’s new website was developed; and sidewalks and other infrastructure were upgraded. Yassenoff, 31, received the most votes in a field of five candidates in the 2007 elecDon Leach tion. During his first term, Yassenoff said, he advocated redeveloping Kingsdale; worked on new economic development programs; increased investment on infrastructure projects; increased communication with citizens via the Internet; and ensured the use of performance measures in the city budget. “I feel like we’ve accomErik Yassenoff plished a lot in the past four years,”Yassenoff said. “At the same time, there’s still a lot more that we need to work on — mainly economic development, infrastructure, fiscal responsibility — and those are some areas that I’m relatively knowledgeable in.” Yassenoff is a lifelong resident of Upper Arlington, with a master’s degree from Ohio State University. He works on asset management issues for the state of Ohio and is chief financial officer of Rainbow Development, a real estate management firm. See COUNCIL, page A2

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Continued from page A1 ues to work to address residents’ concerns. In the past couple of months, Metropolitan Partners has worked out an arrangement for employees to park at a nearby Sunoco station, forged an agreement for patrons to park at the Lane Avenue Shopping Center and entered discussions with other surrounding merchants to accommodate overflow parking, Dargush said. “We’ve listened and we’ve responded,” he said. Of about 10 residents who spoke at Monday night’s meeting, all asked council to postpone the permit-parking vote until after the traffic study is completed. “What we fear is the current policies in place don’t take into account rational parking or separation between commercial and residential,” said Chester Road resident Mike Joyce. Council members encouraged residents to participate in the traffic study and to give input to AECOM representatives, who are scheduled to gather more ideas for Lane Avenue solutions during the week of June 20. Kim Landsberger, who lives on Wellesley Drive, another street where council’s vote repealed permit parking, said she feels council’s decision offers the residents no motivation to participate in the traffic study. “I’m horrified at the insensitivity that this council has displayed in the face of personal testimony and years of hard work,” Landsberger said. “They might have heard sound, but it didn’t penetrate their hearts.” Landsberger said she fears that her street will become congested in a similar fashion to Brandon and Chester roads once the Whole Foods grocery store at 1555 W. Lane Ave. completes a planned expansion. She added that she doesn’t feel that the city will take residents’ concerns into account. “I think they’re checking a box to say they’ve had public input,” Landsberger said. Brandon Road resident Susan Blalock said she has participated in the Lane Avenue traffic study and attended a May 25 public meeting AECOM convened. She said she also participated in previous efforts to enforce permit parking with the city’s Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee. “Twice in the past three years we’ve given them petitions with 100 percent (of residents) wanting parking by permit,” Blalock said. “They dragged their feet on that.” Blalock told council Monday night that she had to call the police earlier this year when a car from one of the Wine Bistro patrons was blocking her driveway, only to discover that someone keyed her car a couple of days later. She said she fears the parking and congestion problems are only going to get worse when the Wine Bistro completes an expansion. “Where are those cars going to go?” she said. “They’re going to be on our streets, in front of our houses.” The other streets on which permit parking was repealed are Ashdowne, Beaumont, Berkshire, Hardford and Mount Holyoke roads, Vassar Place and Westmont Boulevard.

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Continued from page A1 they also want everyone to do well.” After a student vote, the corporation decided to divide the proceeds among three charities: the Ohio Wildlife Foundation,Autism Speaks and the Red Cross tornado relief effort. Students worked in teams of two to create their products, which had to be approved by their guiding teacher. They began by creating three prototypes and surveying students on the playground, conducting market research to see what was most popular. Parents agreed to back JMPK? by donating startup costs. Teams did not have to work within a set budget, but could only price their items at 25 or 50 cents. They tracked their expenses, and were required to have an inventory of at least 50 items. Kush Hari and Ryan Zelezny sold out of their Super Slime Balls in just 10 minutes, and had to turn down many disappointed cus-

tomers after exhausting their inventory. The two attracted customers with a promotion, offering a buy four, get one free deal. Hari and Zelezny quoted their slogan in unison: “Super Slime Balls, fun to play with, not to eat!” Each slime ball cost 17 cents to make, using clear glue, borax and water. They sold 152 balls at a price of 25 cents each, netting a profit of $30.25. Robin Dejong and Eileen Dunn spent only $1 in expenses to create their inventory of Fat Frankies. “Our product is a little paper man called Fat Frankie. You can blow him up and shrink him down,” Dejong said. “We combined origami and paper dolls,” Dunn said. They created a giant Fat Frankie to offer as a raffle prize. Purchasing a small Fat Frankie gave shoppers the chance to win the big one. Martin Lindeboom and Charlie Tzagournis had to spend $27 for supplies to create another popular product, Fish Friends. They originally wanted to sell real fish,

but after being turned down by the corporation, they had to come up with another idea. In lieu of real fish, they used small plastic sea toys purchased at the dollar store, and created a small aquarium using a plastic cup. Their product offered a chance to problem-solve. “We tried it with real water, but the toy just floated upside down. Then we tried Purell, and it actually stayed in place,” Lindeboom said. “We sold out really fast. They were crowding us and taking them off the shelves” Tzagournis said. By working as a corporation instead of just individually, students were able to maximize their chances to make an overall profit, Kotch said. The final total was $837. She said the mini-mall helped students understand how they participate in the global economy. “Even though they’re selling in Upper Arlington, some of their products came from Taiwan.” khetrick@thisweeknews.com

Continued from page A1 “Fortunately, our board has a solid financial foundation,” Drees said. “I feel the board is always looking for ways to keep our schools sound, and I will continue that so that we can weather the coming (state budget) cuts.” Hahn said he suffered through a failed levy campaign while he was a high school student, which inspired him to work on school funding issues as an attorney and volunteer and now to run for the school board.

“I value what we already have — excellent schools — and we need to continue that tradition of excellence,” Hahn said. “My guiding principle is kids first. Whatever cuts we need to make, we can’t do that at the expense of our kids’ opportunities.” According to Royer’s press release, the five-time PTO president also believes in continuing the tradition of excellence that the schools are committed to. She said her participation on the school district’s revenue review committee reinforced her commitment to the fis-

cal responsibility the district has demonstrated over the years. Trent said she agrees that the current school board has been fiscally responsible. She said she intends to use her experience in private industry and as a public school teacher to continue that fiscal responsibility. “As an educator and a business person, I believe our schools are at a crossroads financially,” Trent said. “We’re blessed with an excellent education system but we must continue to challenge ourselves to do even better.”

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Benefit Columbus Zoo slates adults-only fundraiser The 41st Zoofari will feature live entertainment, food and drinks from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, June 18. The annual adults-only fundraiser that benefits education and conservation includes fare and beverages from more than 90 central Ohio restaurants and bars, in addition to live entertainment from The Big Bang’s Dueling Pianos, The Menus and Chris Logsdon, featuring Dave Clo. Participating restaurants and bars include the Bogey Bar & Grill, Columbus Fish Market, Mia Cucina, Nazareth Restaurant, Park Creek Kitchen and Vino Vino.

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The home at 2237 Cambridge Boulevard will be featured on this year’s 2011 Upper Arlington Historic Home and Garden Tour.

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The home at 2237 Cambridge Boulevard was built in 1939 by Ohio State University graduate and noted architect Robert R. Royce (1902-73), who built several houses in UA. It changed hands many times before the present owners, Judy Williams and Todd Henning, bought it in 1990. “I knew from my experience that a Royce house was always so well built that you never really had to spend a lot of money on deferred maintenance,” said Henning, who is a contractor. “It didn’t have roof leaks, settling, undersized structural members, any leaks in plumbing.” The married couple were happy to find that there was very little changed in the Country French Revival-style house despite the various people who called it home over the years. “Our house is an original,” Henning said. “We have copies of the original blueprints, and nothing had changed, ever, until we changed the kitchen.” Last year, Williams, who is a historic preservation consultant,

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of stories about the homes in the 2011 Upper Arlington Historic Home and Garden Tour, presented by the UA Historical Society from noon-5 p.m. Sunday, June 19. Tickets cost $12 for members; $15 for non-members; $20 day of tour. They are on sale at Huffman’s Market, 2140 Tremont Center, and Arlington Bank, 4621 Reed Rd. For more information, call 614-470-2610 or visit www.uaoh.net/historical and click on events. and Henning added 96 square feet to the kitchen. “The purpose was to get a modern kitchen,” Henning said. “The kitchen was just a little too small to be a kitchen and a gathering place, and we needed that extra 96 square feet to make it work out.” Henning said he liked many elements of the home, which he called “a well-disguised splitlevel. One of the things that I found very unusual about it is that for a house built in 1939, it had a sizable family room on the first floor. That was one of the things that attracted us to our house. That and it was a Royce house. Royce was an architect and a builder, and many people think he built many good houses south of Lane Avenue.” The house has an awning-cov-

ered side porch, which Henning said others have called a terrace or raised patio. In the interior, the Art Deco-influenced details remain. There have been changes to the landscaping, work on the slate roof, new electric, plumbing, and furnaces installed, but otherwise the home has its original plaster, woodwork, floors and other details. With some cleaning and a fresh coat of paint, it will be ready to display on the tour later this month. “It’s such a nice house, just as it is,” Henning said. “It is fun just maintaining it, tweaking it and keeping it looking very nice. All things considered, that’s less expensive.” gbudzak@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNEWS.com

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Despite cutbacks, annual report shows UAPL in ‘robust’ condition By ANDREW MILLER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Even with financial cuts, the 2010 Upper Arlington Public Library annual report shows the UAPL to be a “robust library system.” Previous annual reports focused primarily on financial reporting, but for the 2010 annual report, administrators chose to provide a broader view of the library’s operations, according to assistant director Kate Porter. “This year’s annual report gives a full snapshot of our operations,” said Ruth McNeil, community relations manager. “We have the second largest collection [of materials] in Franklin County — only Columbus Metropolitan is bigger — and along with our circulation numbers, (they) represent what a robust library system we have.” Currently, the library has 446,104 materials for loan. Those materials were loaned out 2,121,416 times during 2010. Of the loans, 50 percent were books and 47.7 percent were media loans. But Porter said that digital downloads, which only represented 0.2 percent of loans in 2010, are rising sharply. “Already in 2011 we’ve seen the digital download option for material loans rise to 1 percent of our checked-out items, and it appears to only continue to rise,” Porter said.

Currently, the library has 446,104 materials for loan. Those materials were loaned out 2,121,416 times during 2010. Of the loans, 50 percent were books and 47.7 percent were media loans.

McNeil said that the high book circulation lets the library know what is still its core market. She said she believes this report will be a benchmark for the changes taking places in how people are using the library. “People are accessing the books and media more and more digitally,” she said. “This speaks to the changes we’re seeing. Along with the inter-library loans, we are making sure to keep up with the changing needs of our patrons — which include the digital items being available 24/7.” In addition, the library’s meeting facilities are fully used 90 percent of the time, McNeil told ThisWeek. There were 1,909 reservations made during 2010. “Our meeting rooms are at capacity,” she said. “It’s competitive even for staff to reserve space.” Minor changes to the physical facilities occurred during 2010, according to the report, including expanded self-check-

out and the recent addition of a “laptop bar,” which provides space and power outlets for laptop users at the Tremont library. Porter said these infrastructure changes provide the library with efficiencies necessitated by budget cuts. “Staff represents 60 percent of our budget, and we’ve reduced our staff by 20 percent due to cuts, including no pay increases since 2008,” Porter said. “We’ve delayed building maintenance as well and cut our open hours from 74 per week down to 63.” McNeil said she believes that even with the cuts, the library is still meeting patron’s demands. “This document is our report card to the community, and we’re going to continue to do this good work. We expect the community to use the annual reports as a benchmark for our continued improvement,” McNeil said. “An example of programming I think continues to get better and better is our summer reading club, which engages our schools, kids and families.” The summer reading club’s theme for 2011 is “One World, Many Stories” and, according to Porter, is representative to the city’s growing, diverse population. The 2010 annual report is published in the Summer 2011 edition of Library Link, available at the library or online at www.ualibrary.org.

Library news The summer reading program begins today, June 9, and runs through Aug. 6 at all three UAPL locations. The theme is “One World, Many Stories.” The whole family can participate. Register online or in person. Main Library 2800 Tremont Road 486-9621 • Learn about “Egypt and the Art of the Pharaohs” at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 10. Discover art from the pyramid complex at Giza, the Sphinx, pharaonic sculpture and King Tut’s tomb. Julia Fischer from OSU will present. • The American Red Cross will sponsor a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 11. Make an appointment to give the gift of life by visiting www.givelife.org (sponsor code UAPL). • Teens who have registered to be a Big Buddy

in our Book Buddies program will have “Big Buddy Training” at 2 p.m. Monday, June 13. • The parent-child book discussion group will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, to discuss “Lowji Discovers America” by Candace Fleming. Children in grades 3-5 and their parents are welcome. Miller Park Library 1901 N.W. Arlington Ave. 488-5710 • Children of all ages can have “Fun with Bugs” at 11 a.m. Monday, June 13. Discover the amazing world of bugs with Bugman Educational Ento-prises. No registration is required. • Children in kindergarten through fifth grade can “Read to Rover” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14. Practice reading to registered therapy dogs from Central Ohio Good Shepherds. No registration is required.

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UAHS stadium renovation continues By KIM TOLLEY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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The Board of Zoning and Planning has given the green light for further renovation of Upper Arlington High School’s Marv Moorhead Memorial Stadium. Justin Milam, a planning officer from the city’s development department, told board members that the city’s staff had erroneously believed that the plans for the stadium had been approved by the board in 2004. The staff asked architect Phillip Markwood, who is working on the stadium plans, to appear at the work session in order to correct the error and receive approval for the project. The renovation, which began in 2003, will include public restroom facilities, a storage area and concession stands. During Monday’s meeting, board members examined Markwood’s floor plan for the visitors’ facilities, which will be expanded to two visitors’locker rooms and used by boys and girls teams. Markwood told the board that the renovation of the locker room facilities has been funded by an anonymous donor. “The two locker rooms will give Upper Arling-

The renovation, which began in 2003, will include public restroom facilities, a storage area and concession stands.

ton an opportunity to host multiple events,” said Markwood, adding that the school district’s goal is to get the project under construction as soon as possible. The structure housing the locker rooms will be constructed of brick and possibly display Upper Arlington’s school colors. “We’ll do that so the visitors know where they are,” Markwood joked. Wondering about proper insulation, board members voiced concern that the stadium’s neighbors on Zollinger and Mount Holyoke roads might be subjected to noise from crowd and visiting teams’if the doors of the building are opened on game days. Markwood assured them that the doors are to be used and opened only for emergencies.The cost of the project is estimated to be approximately $500,000.

Transition Central Ohio

Events to focus on local initiative Transition Central Ohio, an Ohio that’s to be a communityongoing initiative of Clintonville- led preparation for the future, will based Simply Living of Central be the subject of two upcoming programs. On Friday June 17, at 7 p.m. in the Earth Block Education Center on the Ohio Expo Center and State Fairgrounds there will be free and brief learning event about the Transition movement across the world, which has spread to 34 countries, is practiced in 10 languages and has 90 community regions registered in the United States, according to Debbie CrawAdvertising Information ford, founder of Clintonville Health and a participant in TranThe Worship Directory is your weekly listing for religious events in sition Central Ohio. your community. Weekly prices vary The Ohio State University Colby the amount of space occupied and lege of Public Health and OSU the number of areas in which it appears. EARTH Center are also putting We welcome information about your services, special holy days, informa- on the June 17 event, which is titled “Coming Together in a Time tive or inspirational programs. For more information or to place of Challenges and Change: Tranyour worship directory listing please sitioning Central Ohio to a Posicall 740-888-5003 or email tive Future.” classified@thisweeknews.com Proof deadline is Thursdays at 3pm The “highly participatory confor the following Thursday. versation and evening of networking and creativity,” according to a flier for the event, will be facilitated by Tina Clarke, an advoPlease call (740) 888-5003 to list cate, educator, consultant, and director of nonprofit programs your event or service, or e-mail since 1985, the website for TranClassified@ThisWeekNews.com

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sition United States indicates. More details are available at http://www.simplyliving.org/sites/defa ult/files/Training_for_Transition_Friday_Evening_Talk_Flyer.pdf. The free evening will be the first part of an entire “Training for Transition” weekend workshop June 18 and 19 at OSU. Its purpose, according to Crawford, is to help participants “learn how to catalyze, support and facilitate community transition and resilience.” “Learn about imaginative and inspiring ways to engage your community and the theory and practice of Transition that has worked so well in hundreds of communities in the U.K. and around the world,” Crawford urged. To register for the workshop, go to https://cphplearn.org. Crawford, who will be attending both the free event and the two-day workshop with husband Mac, described Transition Central Ohio as a “journey to prepare and adapt for a new future, one that successfully addresses the triple threats of rising energy costs, climate change and economic instability.”

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Despite cutbacks, annual report shows UAPL in ‘robust’ condition By ANDREW MILLER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Even with financial cuts, the 2010 Upper Arlington Public Library annual report shows the UAPL to be a “robust library system.” Previous annual reports focused primarily on financial reporting, but for the 2010 annual report, administrators chose to provide a broader view of the library’s operations, according to assistant director Kate Porter. “This year’s annual report gives a full snapshot of our operations,” said Ruth McNeil, community relations manager. “We have the second largest collection [of materials] in Franklin County — only Columbus Metropolitan is bigger — and along with our circulation numbers, (they) represent what a robust library system we have.” Currently, the library has 446,104 materials for loan. Those materials were loaned out 2,121,416 times during 2010. Of the loans, 50 percent were books and 47.7 percent were media loans. But Porter said that digital downloads, which only represented 0.2 percent of loans in 2010, are rising sharply. “Already in 2011 we’ve seen the digital download option for material loans rise to 1 percent of our checked-out items, and it appears to only continue to rise,” Porter said.

Currently, the library has 446,104 materials for loan. Those materials were loaned out 2,121,416 times during 2010. Of the loans, 50 percent were books and 47.7 percent were media loans.

McNeil said that the high book circulation lets the library know what is still its core market. She said she believes this report will be a benchmark for the changes taking places in how people are using the library. “People are accessing the books and media more and more digitally,” she said. “This speaks to the changes we’re seeing. Along with the inter-library loans, we are making sure to keep up with the changing needs of our patrons — which include the digital items being available 24/7.” In addition, the library’s meeting facilities are fully used 90 percent of the time, McNeil told ThisWeek. There were 1,909 reservations made during 2010. “Our meeting rooms are at capacity,” she said. “It’s competitive even for staff to reserve space.” Minor changes to the physical facilities occurred during 2010, according to the report, including expanded self-check-

out and the recent addition of a “laptop bar,” which provides space and power outlets for laptop users at the Tremont library. Porter said these infrastructure changes provide the library with efficiencies necessitated by budget cuts. “Staff represents 60 percent of our budget, and we’ve reduced our staff by 20 percent due to cuts, including no pay increases since 2008,” Porter said. “We’ve delayed building maintenance as well and cut our open hours from 74 per week down to 63.” McNeil said she believes that even with the cuts, the library is still meeting patron’s demands. “This document is our report card to the community, and we’re going to continue to do this good work. We expect the community to use the annual reports as a benchmark for our continued improvement,” McNeil said. “An example of programming I think continues to get better and better is our summer reading club, which engages our schools, kids and families.” The summer reading club’s theme for 2011 is “One World, Many Stories” and, according to Porter, is representative to the city’s growing, diverse population. The 2010 annual report is published in the Summer 2011 edition of Library Link, available at the library or online at www.ualibrary.org.

Library news The summer reading program begins today, June 9, and runs through Aug. 6 at all three UAPL locations. The theme is “One World, Many Stories.” The whole family can participate. Register online or in person. Main Library 2800 Tremont Road 486-9621 • Learn about “Egypt and the Art of the Pharaohs” at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 10. Discover art from the pyramid complex at Giza, the Sphinx, pharaonic sculpture and King Tut’s tomb. Julia Fischer from OSU will present. • The American Red Cross will sponsor a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 11. Make an appointment to give the gift of life by visiting www.givelife.org (sponsor code UAPL). • Teens who have registered to be a Big Buddy

in our Book Buddies program will have “Big Buddy Training” at 2 p.m. Monday, June 13. • The parent-child book discussion group will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, to discuss “Lowji Discovers America” by Candace Fleming. Children in grades 3-5 and their parents are welcome. Miller Park Library 1901 N.W. Arlington Ave. 488-5710 • Children of all ages can have “Fun with Bugs” at 11 a.m. Monday, June 13. Discover the amazing world of bugs with Bugman Educational Ento-prises. No registration is required. • Children in kindergarten through fifth grade can “Read to Rover” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14. Practice reading to registered therapy dogs from Central Ohio Good Shepherds. No registration is required.

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UAHS stadium renovation continues By KIM TOLLEY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A closer look

The Board of Zoning and Planning has given the green light for further renovation of Upper Arlington High School’s Marv Moorhead Memorial Stadium. Justin Milam, a planning officer from the city’s development department, told board members that the city’s staff had erroneously believed that the plans for the stadium had been approved by the board in 2004. The staff asked architect Phillip Markwood, who is working on the stadium plans, to appear at the work session in order to correct the error and receive approval for the project. The renovation, which began in 2003, will include public restroom facilities, a storage area and concession stands. During Monday’s meeting, board members examined Markwood’s floor plan for the visitors’ facilities, which will be expanded to two visitors’locker rooms and used by boys and girls teams. Markwood told the board that the renovation of the locker room facilities has been funded by an anonymous donor. “The two locker rooms will give Upper Arling-

The renovation, which began in 2003, will include public restroom facilities, a storage area and concession stands.

ton an opportunity to host multiple events,” said Markwood, adding that the school district’s goal is to get the project under construction as soon as possible. The structure housing the locker rooms will be constructed of brick and possibly display Upper Arlington’s school colors. “We’ll do that so the visitors know where they are,” Markwood joked. Wondering about proper insulation, board members voiced concern that the stadium’s neighbors on Zollinger and Mount Holyoke roads might be subjected to noise from crowd and visiting teams’if the doors of the building are opened on game days. Markwood assured them that the doors are to be used and opened only for emergencies.The cost of the project is estimated to be approximately $500,000.

Transition Central Ohio

Events to focus on local initiative Transition Central Ohio, an Ohio that’s to be a communityongoing initiative of Clintonville- led preparation for the future, will based Simply Living of Central be the subject of two upcoming programs. On Friday June 17, at 7 p.m. in the Earth Block Education Center on the Ohio Expo Center and State Fairgrounds there will be free and brief learning event about the Transition movement across the world, which has spread to 34 countries, is practiced in 10 languages and has 90 community regions registered in the United States, according to Debbie CrawAdvertising Information ford, founder of Clintonville Health and a participant in TranThe Worship Directory is your weekly listing for religious events in sition Central Ohio. your community. Weekly prices vary The Ohio State University Colby the amount of space occupied and lege of Public Health and OSU the number of areas in which it appears. EARTH Center are also putting We welcome information about your services, special holy days, informa- on the June 17 event, which is titled “Coming Together in a Time tive or inspirational programs. For more information or to place of Challenges and Change: Tranyour worship directory listing please sitioning Central Ohio to a Posicall 740-888-5003 or email tive Future.” classified@thisweeknews.com Proof deadline is Thursdays at 3pm The “highly participatory confor the following Thursday. versation and evening of networking and creativity,” according to a flier for the event, will be facilitated by Tina Clarke, an advoPlease call (740) 888-5003 to list cate, educator, consultant, and director of nonprofit programs your event or service, or e-mail since 1985, the website for TranClassified@ThisWeekNews.com

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sition United States indicates. More details are available at http://www.simplyliving.org/sites/defa ult/files/Training_for_Transition_Friday_Evening_Talk_Flyer.pdf. The free evening will be the first part of an entire “Training for Transition” weekend workshop June 18 and 19 at OSU. Its purpose, according to Crawford, is to help participants “learn how to catalyze, support and facilitate community transition and resilience.” “Learn about imaginative and inspiring ways to engage your community and the theory and practice of Transition that has worked so well in hundreds of communities in the U.K. and around the world,” Crawford urged. To register for the workshop, go to https://cphplearn.org. Crawford, who will be attending both the free event and the two-day workshop with husband Mac, described Transition Central Ohio as a “journey to prepare and adapt for a new future, one that successfully addresses the triple threats of rising energy costs, climate change and economic instability.”

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Coming up To add, remove or update a in Kingsdale Center. Call Joe Sonlisting, email editorial@thisweek- derman at (614) 294-2328. Tri-Village Sertoma, noonnews.com. 1:15 p.m. Wednesdays at the Four Seasons Columbus, 4643 TrueEvents man Blvd. Call Steve at 274-5900. Golden Bear Antique Show, Sawmill Road Toastmasters, sponsored by the Upper Arling11:45 a.m. on the first and third ton Women’s Club, June 17-18 Mondays of every month at Flyat Tremont Elementary School. ers Pizza, 3967 Presidential ParkFriday 6-9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.way. Visit http://sawmill.free4 p.m. Quality antiques from toasthost.us. Guests welcome. dealers around the country. TickAssistance League of Metro ets are $4 at the door or visit uaColumbus, 7 p.m. the fourth Monwomensclub.com. day of the month at Overbrook Bake Sale, sponsored by GoldPresbyterian Church, 4131 N. en Explorers 4-H Club, 9 a.m.High St. Call (614) 404-8709 or noon Saturday, June 11, at Huffvisit ALColumbus.org. man’s Market, 2140 Tremont Northwest Civic Association, Center. Proceeds will benefit 47 p.m. the first Wednesday of each H youth and service projects. month at Meadow Park Church, Art Exhibit, through July at 2425 Bethel Road. First Community Church, 1320 MOPS (Mothers of PreschoolCambridge Blvd. Featuring oil ers) and Moppets (children newon canvas by Tengo and Giorgi. born through kindergarten), 9-11 a.m. the first and third Tuesdays Classes and of the month at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. Contact ChrisWorkshops tine@mcwherter.com or 921AARP WorkSearch, designed for job seekers ages 55 and older, attempts to pair seniors to work positions in their neighborhoods. Age, income and residency requirements apply to earn assistance. Call (614) 258-7295 for more information.

9907. Lions Tri-Village Noon Club, noon the first Tuesday of the month at the Winking Lizard, 1380 Bethel Road. Call Scott Stevenson at (614) 451-6313. Central Ohioans for Peace, 7 p.m. Mondays at the Columbus Mennonite Church, 35 Oakland Park Ave. Visit www.centralohioansforpeace.org or call 4363531. North Outerbelt Amspirit, 11:45 a.m. Thursdays at the Winking Lizard, 1380 Bethel Road. Call Brian Schiff at 7619242 or email bschiff@thefitnessedge.cc. MOMS Club of Columbus/Upper Arlington/Worthington, 10 a.m. the second Wednesday of the month at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2480 W. Dublin-Granville Road. Call Amy at 459-4877 or Kate at 4579602. Inventors Network meets to discuss the invention process at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of the

month at TechColumbus, 1275 Kinnear Road. The meeting fee is $5 per meeting for non-members and $36 per year for members. Call 470-0144 or visit www.inventorscolumbus.com. New Neighbors League of Columbus, luncheon the second Tuesday of each month, get-acquainted coffee the third Wednesday. Visit www.newneighbors columbus.com for meeting times and locations. To join, email nnlcolumbus@yahoo.com. Power Lunch Columbus, a weekly workplace lunch-hour ministry, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Wednesdays. Free. For more information, call Kimberly Montgomery at (614) 206-7962.

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Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2070 Ridgecliff Road, will host cellist Steuart Pincombe at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 12. He will present, “The Unaccompanied Violincello: Solo Cello Music from 1689 to 1875.” The concert will feature works by Gabrielli, Bach, Duport and Piatti, performed on an original Steuart 1720 Testore Pincombe baroque cello. Pincombe is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He has appeared in solo and chamber music performances in major venues in the U.S., Poland, Germany and the Netherlands. The next concert in the “Second Sunday Recital Series” will be July 10.

Those who have wondered just how much fiction and how much fact are involved in the crime shows on television have a chance to find out by going to the source. The Upper Arlington Citizen Police Academy offers insight into police operations for its program participants. From Sept. 15 through Nov. 17, a group of up to 12 adults will spend their Thursday evenings going behind the scenes for a hands-on learning experience of law enforce-

ment. Topics covered include crime scene investigation, crime prevention tips, legal considerations and the laws of arrest, defensive tactics, firearms safety and training, and patrol tactics and traffic stop practices They will also have the opportunity to ride along with a police officer. The deadline for applying for the 2011 Citizen Police Academy is Friday, Aug. 19. Application forms and additional details are available at www.uaoh.net or by calling the police division at 583-5197.

Neighbor in the news Alexander elected to Girl Scout board Arlene Alexander of Upper Arlington was recently elected to serve as a member-at-large on the board of directors of the Girl Scouts of Ohio Heartland CounArlene cil. Alexander She is in-house counsel for White Castle Management Co.

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Our college-ready seniors chose schools that are as diverse as they are. We celebrate them for their many accomplishments in academics, the arts and athletics. Next fall, the members of The Wellington School Class of 2011 will attend: American University • Bowling Green State University Case Western Reserve University • College of Wooster • Cornell University • Denison University • DePaul University • Duquesne University Earlham College • Elon University • Emerson College • Emory University • Furman University • Georgia Southern University • Harvard University Indiana University • Kenyon College • Miami University • New York University • Oberlin College • The Ohio State University • Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan University • Regis University • Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology • San Diego State University • Scripps College • Skidmore College Taylor University • University of Cincinnati • University of Colorado - Boulder • University of Denver • Wake Forest University • Wheaton College A sampling of other schools that accepted applications of our students: Bucknell University • Carnegie Mellon University • Colby College College of the Holy Cross • College of William & Mary • George Washington University • Macalester College • Northwestern University University of California-Berkeley • University of Chicago • University of Michigan • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University of Richmond • University of Southern California • University of Vermont • Washington University • Williams College

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(At left) Upper Arlington High School teaching staff stand along with the crowd to congratulate the graduating senior class during the commencement ceremony at Veterans Memorial on June 5. (Below) Upper Arlington High School seniors (from left) Olivia Cole, Keeley McCormick, Ryan Daughters, Katie Jones and Drew Sylvester pose for photographs before the start of commencement ceremonies.

Upper Arlington High School Class of 2011 Photos by Laurie Stevenson/ThisWeek (At left) Senior Jon Borchert finds some time for a game on his iPhone while waiting for his class to organize for their processional before the commencement ceremony.

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Independent Contractor. 771-9675 for an interview! Commercial/industrial 1st year 50k - 75k+ painting exp necessary. HVAC TECH ∂ Guaranteed Home Time 2nd year 75k - 100k+ $14-$16/hr. Drug-free ∂ Great Benefits Package COMM/RES and computer needed. workplace. Dependable To place an ad for your ∂ Paid Vacation & Holidays Car Perfect opportunity with es Call John: 800-905-4869 transportation reqd. Class A CDL Required bazaar or seasonal tablished Co. Experience Send resumes: Benefits.Apply at: For more information A power generation operations and maintenance affiliate with RTU, HP, Split, Boiler erica.young@rtui.com 3434 Sullivant Ave, event call Call 1-800-326-8889 & Controls. Established of independent power producer Tenaska has an immedi614-276-8868 www.superservicellc.com (740) 888-5003 Comm. customer base a ate opening for an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Sales Representative PIPELAYERS plus. 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Columbus, OH 43230 & Air Conditioning service more info. info@newlooksidings.com and new equipment All employees participate in the Fitness for Duty Program. 614-866-5665 replacement provider, is ThisWeekNews.com now accepting resumes for Tenaska offers market-based compensation and benefits, and is an a program which is EOE. designed for individuals Community news who are looking for a longSend resume with cover letter to: term career and have the Rolling Hills Generating, LLC Service Sports desire to learn the heating, ATTN: Plant Manager ventilating, and air Technician 43111 State Route 160 Videos conditioning industry. If MedFlight, a premier criti Wilkesville, OH 45695 you are selected for this Contests cal care medical transpor program, we will provide Email: rollinghills@tenaska.com tation company, is now all the necessary training seeking a qualified fullto assure your success. ThisWeekNews.com time Service Technician. Applicants must have This is an entry level posi earned a High School Tenaska is a respected energy company that develops, operates and owns in partnership tion with responsibility to Diploma or its equivalent. with other companies cogeneration and independent power plants; markets natural gas, HELP WANTED perform routine mainte We are seeking honest, biofuels and power; and is involved in asset management, private equity fund and acnance, service tasks and TRANSPORTATION/ caring individuals who quisition management, fuel supply and gas exploration, production and transportation minor repair on fleet display a positive attitude, systems. For more information about Tenaska, visit www.tenaska.com. DRIVERS vehicles. a willingness to work hard, strong mechanical Qualified candidates aptitude, and good should have high school communication skills. degree or equivalent with Other requirements include some vocational training good driving record, clean in auto/truck mechanics background, and currently Now Hiring Part-time and 1 year experience in residing within 30 miles of basic automotive me downtown Columbus. chanics. Candidates These are entry-level must also be 21 years of positions that provide a age, have a valid driver’s No experience necessary, we train! clear path for future license and an accepta advancement for the right ([ -PYZ[ :[\KLU[ V\Y )\Z +YP]LYZ HYL HU PU[LNYHS WHY[ VM [OL ble driving record per in applicants. If you are surance carrier JVTT\UP[PLZ [OL` ZLY]L ;OL` HYL JVTTP[[LK [V ZHML[` interested in taking guidelines. advantage of this J\Z[VTLY ZLY]PJL HUK OH]L NLU\PUL JHYPUN H[[P[\KLZ MVY opportunity, please e-mail JOPSKYLU >L HYL `V\Y MYPLUKZ MHTPS` HUK ULPNOIVYZ We offer a competitive your resume to Greg at salary/benefits package >L VMMLY! gbenua@atlasbutler.com and warm, supportive or fax your resume to (614) ‹   OV\Y )HZL 7H` work environment. 294-1625. Atlas Butler is a ‹ -YLL ;YHPUPUN 3LHKPUN [V H *+3 Immediate opportunity for a part-time technician Please submit Drug Free, Equal ‹ 5V UPNO[Z OVSPKH`Z VY ^LLRLUKZ YLX\PYLK resume/application to: Opportunity Employer. with small engine repair experience in our Ace ;V X\HSPM` `V\ T\Z[ IL H[ SLHZ[  `LHYZ VM HNL OH]L H ]HSPK MedFlight Hardware Department. 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WELDER / FABRICATOR A Columbus, OH manufacturer has immediate openings for experienced Welder / Fabricators. 2 years experience in MIG welding & blueprint reading is required. Email resume or contact information & job experience to: welderfabricator@live.com

Direct project mgmt HVAC DDC Controls team, min 5+ yrs exp, using function block programming Niagrara Ax cert. a plus Commercial new const, & retrofits; Sys integration. Sequence of Operation, O & M manuals, engineering of Sequence Of Operation strategy estimating & pre sentation of quotes all re quired. Field work & serv ice call exp. required. Com petitive pay, 401 (K) & ben efits. Email resume to : hv achrdept@gmail.com

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Atlas Butler Heating & Cooling is seeking an experienced Insulation Installer to join their team. Successful candidates must have several years experience installing insulation in existing homes (not new construction). Other necessary qualifications include a clean background, good driving record, and a professional, team-oriented attitude. Competitive wage & full benefit package available. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and 401(k). Qualified candidates should call Greg at (614) 737-8609, e-mail your resume to gbenua@atlasbutler.com or fax resume to (614) 2941625. Atlas Butler is a Drug Free, Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Atlas Butler Heating & Cooling is currently searching for Residential Service Technicians with at least 3 years of residential trouble shooting HOME experience. At Atlas IMPROVEMENT DAILY HOME Butler, you can progress at SALES your own pace in our TIME CONSULTANT innovative compensation Drivers No-touch, 90% HOME DAILY *$75,000-$100,00+ program and your drop/hook, dedicated 1st year ACT FAST! earnings potential is lane opportunities and Maintenance Super *National Company with ∂ Dedicated account unlimited! We have year competitive pay! At a Competitive Edge ∂ Home Daily round work and our visor large beverage plant with *Pre-Set, Pre-Qualified ∂ $50K/year potential training program has won Boost your business by our North Columbus Established national property manageAppts ∂ Health + 401K two national awards. 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Requirements Gibson Machinery is DRIVER CDL A should be dependable, EPA certified, have *Opportunity to advance to Don’t miss out .Call today! include EPA certification, their own basic tools, reliable transporta- 2011 Freightliner Cascadia seeking a field technician tion, and experience in a variety of areas Management clean background, good 866-475-3621 to service a variety of ** Sign-on bonus ** including plumbing, electrical and appliCall Mr Saddler driving record, and a great construction and industrial Accurate Transportation, ances. Apartment maintenance exp. and Call the Experts is a service 614-850-5600 attitude. Benefits include previous supervisory experience prefermachines in the Greater Gahanna. Clean MVR & red. Hours are Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 medical, dental, vision, life, Columbus area. XP is background. Min. 2 yrs p.m. with alternating on-call hours. Unidirectory distributed to homes required. Position is provid - disability, and 401(k) plan. forms provided. Excellent compensation OTR exp. Home wkends. NO JOKE If interested and qualified, and benefits. Please email: ed with a well-equipped Call Kim 740-549-5005. I made 80K last year sell in the central Ohio area. alm0144@yahoo.com please contact Greg at service truck, union wage new siding and roof Driver (614) 737-8609, fax resume Hiring FT class A ing scale and full benefits ing to homes that were to (614) 294-1625 Attn: MECHANIC CDL-A package. We are a drug CDL Drivers damaged by recent hail Greg, or e-mail resume to A & R Logistics, Inc., a free employer. and wind storms in Cen REGIONAL Take advantage of the gbenua@atlasbutler.com. Premier nationwide bulk for dedicated route. tral Ohio. You can too! Atlas Butler is a Drug Free, VAN DRIVERS carrier, is currently lookSubmit Resumes to Home daily! National Insurance Re opportunity to market your Equal Opportunity ing for a HEAVY DUTY Home Weekends kevinw@ Must have 2 yrs. Exp. storation Co is looking Employer. 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Company & current CDL or e-mail 123exteriors.com will match up to 6% of con - A valid CDL is a plus but not required. A & R offers jweaver@chesrown.com tributions to our 401K. excellent compensation O/Operator 70% Starting hourly rate OUTSIDE SALES 5 and an excellent benefits GM SERVICE $15-$20, depending 877-521-5775 Sell pools this Co. $.38 p/m package. Please forward on experience. ADVISOR NO EXPERIENCE? summer and make your resume and salary Sign on Bonus Apply online Call 866-753-6417 $10-14K PER MONTH! history to: Chesrown Delaware has at www.lennoxintl.com www.usatruck.jobs One call close A & R Logistics, Inc. an opening for a GM advi/careers eoe m/f/h/v experience is a 1230 Harmon Ave. sor with ADP experience. plus and we pay Columbus, OH 43223 or HVAC Service Tech DRIVER FED-EX Great oppertunity and your gas to run Call 614-444-4111 Class A CDL. Double en earning potential. Call Jay Join a progressive heating credit approved www.oandstrucking.com to schedule an & cooling co. 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Independent Contractor. 771-9675 for an interview! Commercial/industrial 1st year 50k - 75k+ painting exp necessary. HVAC TECH ∂ Guaranteed Home Time 2nd year 75k - 100k+ $14-$16/hr. Drug-free ∂ Great Benefits Package COMM/RES and computer needed. workplace. Dependable To place an ad for your ∂ Paid Vacation & Holidays Car Perfect opportunity with es Call John: 800-905-4869 transportation reqd. Class A CDL Required bazaar or seasonal tablished Co. Experience Send resumes: Benefits.Apply at: For more information A power generation operations and maintenance affiliate with RTU, HP, Split, Boiler erica.young@rtui.com 3434 Sullivant Ave, event call Call 1-800-326-8889 & Controls. Established of independent power producer Tenaska has an immedi614-276-8868 www.superservicellc.com (740) 888-5003 Comm. customer base a ate opening for an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Sales Representative PIPELAYERS plus. TOP PAY, full bene (local call) Technician at the Rolling Hills Generating Station in Premier provider of IT Experienced. Underground Classifieds sell fits, company truck Drug solutions seeking Wilkesville, Ohio. (866) 790-4502 Free EOE Must have valid utilities for light commerical (local call) fulltime Sales Rep for projects. Excellent salary & drivers license Apply M-F (toll free) (740) 888-5003 Ohio territory. Position The O&M Technician performs regular preventive maintenance; benefits. 614-863-8832. at Ohio Heating, 1465 focused on increasing troubleshoots, tests and monitors all power plant equipment; and Clara Ave 43211 / Sales & Service HELP WANTED HELP WANTED companys market develops plans for continuous enhancement of plant equipment to Call 614-863-6666 Siding * Windows * Doors share and driving HP TRANSPORTATION/ TRANSPORTATION/ Excellent pay & advance ensure consistent and safe operation. Preferred minimum job resales and professional DRIVERS DRIVERS HVAC TRAINING ment opportunity. At least quirements include a two-year degree, diploma or certification, services. B.S degree or 5 years experience in con equivalent exp. req’d. PROGRAM plus three years work experience in a related field. struction, estimating & Apply: info@ sales. Appy at Atlas Butler Heating & This position requires extended working hours with weekend and americandigital.com. Newlook Sidings, Inc. Cooling, Central Ohio’s Visit holiday work, as required by schedules, workload and plant con675 Claycraft Road largest Residential Heating americandigital.com for ditions. “On callâ€? status will periodically be required. Columbus, OH 43230 & Air Conditioning service more info. info@newlooksidings.com and new equipment All employees participate in the Fitness for Duty Program. 614-866-5665 replacement provider, is ThisWeekNews.com now accepting resumes for Tenaska offers market-based compensation and benefits, and is an a program which is EOE. designed for individuals Community news who are looking for a longSend resume with cover letter to: term career and have the Rolling Hills Generating, LLC Service Sports desire to learn the heating, ATTN: Plant Manager ventilating, and air Technician 43111 State Route 160 Videos conditioning industry. If MedFlight, a premier criti Wilkesville, OH 45695 you are selected for this Contests cal care medical transpor program, we will provide Email: rollinghills@tenaska.com tation company, is now all the necessary training seeking a qualified fullto assure your success. ThisWeekNews.com time Service Technician. Applicants must have This is an entry level posi earned a High School Tenaska is a respected energy company that develops, operates and owns in partnership tion with responsibility to Diploma or its equivalent. with other companies cogeneration and independent power plants; markets natural gas, HELP WANTED perform routine mainte We are seeking honest, biofuels and power; and is involved in asset management, private equity fund and acnance, service tasks and TRANSPORTATION/ caring individuals who quisition management, fuel supply and gas exploration, production and transportation minor repair on fleet display a positive attitude, systems. For more information about Tenaska, visit www.tenaska.com. DRIVERS vehicles. a willingness to work hard, strong mechanical Qualified candidates aptitude, and good should have high school communication skills. degree or equivalent with Other requirements include some vocational training good driving record, clean in auto/truck mechanics background, and currently Now Hiring Part-time and 1 year experience in residing within 30 miles of basic automotive me downtown Columbus. chanics. Candidates These are entry-level must also be 21 years of positions that provide a age, have a valid driver’s No experience necessary, we train! clear path for future license and an accepta advancement for the right ([ -PYZ[ :[\KLU[ V\Y )\Z +YP]LYZ HYL HU PU[LNYHS WHY[ VM [OL ble driving record per in applicants. If you are surance carrier JVTT\UP[PLZ [OL` ZLY]L ;OL` HYL JVTTP[[LK [V ZHML[` interested in taking guidelines. advantage of this J\Z[VTLY ZLY]PJL HUK OH]L NLU\PUL JHYPUN H[[P[\KLZ MVY opportunity, please e-mail JOPSKYLU >L HYL `V\Y MYPLUKZ MHTPS` HUK ULPNOIVYZ We offer a competitive your resume to Greg at salary/benefits package >L VMMLY! gbenua@atlasbutler.com and warm, supportive or fax your resume to (614) ‹   OV\Y )HZL 7H` work environment. 294-1625. Atlas Butler is a ‹ -YLL ;YHPUPUN 3LHKPUN [V H *+3 Immediate opportunity for a part-time technician Please submit Drug Free, Equal ‹ 5V UPNO[Z OVSPKH`Z VY ^LLRLUKZ YLX\PYLK resume/application to: Opportunity Employer. with small engine repair experience in our Ace ;V X\HSPM` `V\ T\Z[ IL H[ SLHZ[  `LHYZ VM HNL OH]L H ]HSPK MedFlight Hardware Department. Must possess a strong 6/ +YP]LYÂťZ SPJLUZL ZHML KYP]PUN YLJVYK HUK IL HISL [V WHZZ ATTN: HR Dept./ H IHJRNYV\UK JOLJR HUK KY\N [LZ[ knowledge and desire for outstanding customer Technician 2827 W. Dublin-Granville (WWS` PU WLYZVU service. Ace hardware experience preferred. Rd. 4VUKH`-YPKH` MYVT HT Âś WT H[! Columbus, Ohio 43235 FIRST STUDENT Must be available for 20-30 hours per week with Fax: 614-734-8091 1799 Frebis Avenue Phone: 877.633.8376 evening and weekend rotation. Beginning pay Columbus, OH 43206 www.medflight.com Read the based on experience and potential; regular wage EOE

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HELP WANTED RETAIL POSITIONS Commissioned Pet Sales Counselors PETLAND NOW HIRING! Full or Part Time Commissioned Pet Sales Counselors and Puppy Care, Small Animal, Bird and Tropical Fish Care Persons. Must present application to the Store Manager. Go to our Welcome Page at Facebook.com/PetlandCP to download an application. Hiring locations: Petland Carriage Place, Lewis Center and Marion.

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL RESEARCH ENGINEER Research engineer for Central OH research & development co. Duties: conduct research & perform other engineering duties involving mechanical testing of structural materials & nanomaterials involving polymeric material processing, fiber reinforced polymeric composites & fluidics; work in Microsoft server environment; use computational methods in engineering; work with laboratory test systems Instron test frame; work with electronics instrumentation & data acquisition system; work with manual & CnC machining. Requirements include Master’s degree in industrial or welding engineering; 3 yrs exp in, with or using polymeric material processing, Microsoft server environment; Instron test frame, & instrumentation. Qualified applicants, send resume to: Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, ATTN: Gary Hattery, 3518 Riverside Dr. Ste. 202, Columbus, OH 43221. SYSTEMS/CAD/ GRAPHICS SOFTWARE ENGINEERS AutoDesSys, Inc., a 3D modeling software devel oper located in Columbus, OH, is looking to fill senior software engineer posi tions with expertise and de monstrable experience in the following areas: (1) Ap plication system interface integration, under Win dows and Macintosh. (2) Programming CAD drafting tools. (3) Advanced com puter graphics, renderind and/or animation and their implementation. All posi tions require concrete knowledge of C/C+ lan guage and graduate de gree in computing / engi neering or equivalent expe rience. Very competitive salaries & benefits. Email: Jobs@formz.com Ph: 614-488-8838. Fax: 614-488-0848. Visit: www.formz.com

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EXPANDED FUNCTIONS DENTAL ASSISTANT Great opportunity in our Pickerington Family Dental office for an EXPERI ENCED EFDA! FT. Mini mum 1 year exp, current Xray license and must have an Ohio EFDA certificate. Competitive compensation & full benefits pkg includ ing health/vision/life., 401(k), bonuses & MORE! Email resume: to Attn: Stacey at sasmith@ heartlanddentalcare.com Dental Office Manager DENTAL Front office Manager. FT, 4.5 days/week. Worthington, experience required, outgoing personality and team player. Eaglesoft experience a plus. 614-885-8785

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EFDA HYGIENIST (PT) General practice looking Great opportunity in our for a talented, hardwork - Hoff Woods Dental Care of ing, exp. EFDA to join our fice for a HYGIENIST! busy team. Beautiful, com Must be X-Ray Certified, puterized, digital office. Current Ohio Hygiene Li Must be professional, trust - cense and able to work T, worthy and have excellent TH & F! Coronal Polishing patient care skills. Approx license a plus! Competi 32 hrs wk. 2 eves req. tive compensation & dental Benefits w/med ins. & benefits w/ paid holidays, 401(k). $ 500 sign-on BO 401K, bonuses, & MORE! NUS. Email resume with Please reply to: Attn: salary req. to: gcfdom@ Stacey Email: sasmith@ aol.com or fax to heartlanddentalcare.com 614-875-5716.

MA - FT EMT & PARAMEDIC’S A well established and growing company is in need of FT employees for our locations in Columbus , Marysville& Delaware. 14hr. shifts, working 3 days a week or 24hr. shifts on a 24-48 HR rotation. Please call for application: Stofcheck Ambulance Service, Inc. 800-432-5402 or visit Stofcheck.com

Clinical/Admin experience, busy multi-location OB/GYN practice. NextGen EMR. Fax resume & salary requirements to: 614-856-3366

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Steel of West Virginia, Inc. SWVA, Inc. a steel mill with a future. Over 10 million dollars was invested in our plant in 2010 and we plan 16.2 million dollars additional investment in 2011. We offer the opportunity to work in manufacturing and live in a college town with all the activities that has to offer.

Electrical Technician & Automation System Engineer The Electrical Technician provides technical support to plant maintenance personnel and undertakes special projects. We seek someone with in depth experience on PLC’s (SLC 500 and PLC 5, and Allen Bradley PanelView), solid state AC & DC motor controls, and excellent trouble shooting skills. Experience with Reliance AutoMax a plus. The Automation System Engineer designs, programs, retrofits, installs and maintains automation systems using multiple PLC’s, remote I/O, and visualization systems across various control networks. Candidate would also design retrofits and new installations for AC and DC motor drives as well as power feed and distribution systems. Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degree wanted.

Entry Level Mechanical Drafter

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Trade and Craft Jobs

For all our jobs, send your resume noting the job for which you are applying to: Email: Fax: Mail:

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

resume@swvainc.com (304) 529-1479 SWVA, INC. P.O. Box 2547 Huntington, WV 25726-2547

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HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

Endocrinology office close to Riverside Hospital is searching for an experienced Medical Assistant. Duties include blood draws, EKG’s, injections, vital, and assisting the Physicians as needed. Qualifications must include 2-3 years exp as a MA working in a fast paced env. Position is M-F, 8am-5pm. Preemployment drug screen required, NonSmoking facility. Qualified candidates fax resumes to 614-221-9722

Advertise your service! $26 gets you any 5 papers weekly. (5 line minimum) (740) 888-5003

Must love sports. A lot. Read the 1812 Nut on ThisWeekNews.com and get all the central Ohio sports your pretty little head can handle.

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call

(740) 888-5003 (local call)

Needed 20 hr. a wk. 2 nights, 2 days and every other Sat. at $11.50 per hr. See www.TheCenterforBal ancedLiving.org

Mobile Van LPN

PT Registered Dietician Contract (must be licensed in OH) Meet with residents in need of therapeutic diets or weight mgmt programs to discuss healthy eating habits & provide nutrition education & recommendations. Work with Food Services Supervisor to plan quarterly menus for residents & staff. Must be registered Dietician currently licensed in OH. Experience working with adolescents preferred. Contract up to 10 hrs/wk. www.buckeyeranch.org EEO AA Employer submit resume to: HR@buckeyeranch.org

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Part time nurse (RN) needed for flexible job doing in home consumer visits and monitoring doctor orders. Some evening and weekend hours may be expected. Experience with people with developmental disabilities and delegated nursing a plus. Competitive pay/positive environment. PART TIME ONLY. If you want to become a part of our exciting team and mission, apply at www.lifestartinc.com. EOE

American Health Holding, a world-class medical management firm, offers a dynamic work environment for those seeking a career opportunity with substantial growth potential. We are looking for the best and brightest - people who will help us grow and provide the highest level of service to our clients and members. We are recruiting for the following positions:

Call Center Intake Coordinators Case Managers Case Management Supervisor For more information, please visit our website:

www.americanhealthholding.com

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**ATTENTION RNs & STNAs** OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, June 8th • 2pm-4pm

Commonwealth is seeking candidates who have a BSEE degree and 5 or more years of experience in the design of substation facilities rated 12.5 kV and above, preferably with an electrical utility or consulting engineering firm. Experience with protection, controls, metering, and instrumentation; substation outdoor arrangements and layout; and substation major equipment and specifications are desired. Candidates should also have experience in writing proposals and technical reports, interacting with clients and experience leading teams of professional co-workers. Candidates must hold an Ohio Professional Engineering license, or the ability to become licensed in Ohio within 6 months.

Looking for an experienced,results oriented Community Liaison for Franklin and/or surrounding counties. Pleasefax resume to 614-866-8160.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST P/T PT for Therapist run practice. New OT/PT gym. Fax resume to 419-884-1891 or email melanie@ specializedsppech.com

At HCR ManorCare, we work as a team to help every individual achieve the highest level of function and independence. Which means you’ll have more opportunities to take your skills further… work with tools and resources that are strictly leading-edge…and experience challenges that will allow your strengths to shine. Join us!

Billing

COMMUNITY LIASION

Office Associate (Part Time)

BLOGS

Commonwealth Associates, Inc., an employee-owned consulting engineering firm located in Jackson, Michigan, is seeking the following position for our Columbus, Ohio office:

This position is responsible for assisting with telephonic case management for skilled nursing level of care to ensure cost-effective quality health services are provided. The ideal candidate will be a RN or LPN w/ previous case management experience preferably in managed care/insurance. Experience in subacute care & familiarity with OBRA guidelines is desirable. Please send resume w/ salary requirements to: Attn: Christi Jacobs Management & Network Services, LLC., 4892 Blazer Parkway, Dublin, Ohio 43017 or fax to 800-949-2551

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Nurse Wanted

BASIC EMTS, PARAMEDICS & DISPATCHERS Must be 21 yrs or older with clean driving record. $200 sign-on bonus. Apply in person at 2936 E. 14th Ave. 43219.

Care Coordinator

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

The Mobile Psychiatric Unit OPTIMETRIC ASSISTANT Upscale optometric prac LPN provides crisis intervention, other emergency tice needs an enthusiastic services and nursing care individual to assist in pa and case management to tient care and optical sales. homeless persons as nec- Must have a sense of fash essary. This person works ion and great communica on the Mobile Psychiatric tion skills. Great work envi Van providing medical and ronment in NW Columbus, no weekends! Will train mental health services on the streets, in homeless the right individual. Email shelters and other places your compelling cover let ter and resume to where homeless people lnewman@rrohio.com congregate. He/she provides medical services per Physical Therapist physicians’ orders, mainAssistant tains compliance with all Facility Rehab Manager applicable standards and MEDICAL Skilled Nursing Facility provides system intervenBILLING SPECIALIST No Management Experi tion when obstacles imBusy surgery / therapy pede service delivery in or- ence Required. Must be practice seeks an experi der to assist clients’ psy- an Ohio Licensed PTA. Co enced medical billing spe lumbus, Ohio chiatric stabilization in their cialist for occupational & Call Russ Delaney at natural environment. physical therapy billing. 1-800-223-9519 Requires BWC, commer Or email to We offer many great benecial & federal payer knowl fits, including health, denedge. Responsibilities in rdelaney@ tal, vision, 401(k), an onclude posting charges & mardencompanies.com site fitness room, and genpayments, follow-up on de erous time off. If you are nials, & appealing claims. interested in learning more Marden abides by the OCR Orthopedic experience pre about opportunities availa- Act of 1964, Section 504 of ferred. Must have excellent ble at Southeast, Inc. send the Rehabilitation Act and customer service skills, resume to: Southeast Inc., the Age Discrimination Act computer prof, professio of 1975 HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., nal demeanor, & a team To place an ad for your Columbus, OH 43215 or eplayer attitude. Excellent bazaar or seasonal event mail at: benefits including medical call (740) 888-5003 (local call) hr.applications@ & dental, 401(k), PTO & southeastinc.com paid holidays. Please fax EOE resume to Teri at 614-262-0822.

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Large Primary Care Group is hiring for several positions in our billing department in Westerville. Positions are full time, first shift. Positions include Insurance Collections, Payment Positing, and Patient Account Reps. Experience includes min of one year in a health care setting, one year in customer service, and one year medical insurance. Thorough knowledge of payment processing and posting exp. Knowledge of how to read an EOB and knowledge of CPT and ICD9 medical coding. Company offers excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, and 401k plan. Non- Smoking environment and preemployment drug screening req. Qualified candidates email resumes to hrassist@copcp.com

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Medical Assistant

We have an immediate opening for a detail oriented, self-driven individual with multi-tasking ability to do Drafting. Candidate will work in the Rolling Mill Services group creating and revising Product, Tooling, Gage, and Facility drawings using AutoCad. Responsibilities include drawing, file management and tooling inspection. Requirements: AutoCad proficiency. Experience with ProEngineer, Mechanical Desktop, AutoCad Inventor, SmartCam, MSExcel, MSWord, MSAccess, CNC machinery, CNC programming, a vocational background, or Associates Degree in Drafting or CAD/CAM are definite plusses.

We have an immediate need for electricians, millwrights, machinists, and CNC lathe operations. See our website – www.swvainc.com for the requirements for the Trade and Craft jobs.

June 9, 2011

SUBSTATION ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

ENGINEERING SPECIALIST (P&C Designer) Candidates should have 5 or more years of experience to perform technical wiring and schematic design documents related to the design of high-voltage substations at 12.5 kV and above. Candidate must be able to work in a team environment of professional co-workers. Duties would also include using state-of-the-art computers and software including but limited to AutoCAD/MicroStation, MS Office and training lower-level CAD operators and designers.

TRANSMISSION LINE ENGINEER Commonwealth is seeking candidates with a BS degree in Civil or Structural Engineering to perform civil and structural engineering tasks relating to the design of high-voltage transmission lines, including route selection, structure design, foundation design, material specification, construction bid document preparation, project management, and design/construction liaison. Candidate will have the ability to plan, organize, lead, monitor and direct a project team to provide quality, professional work. Duties would also include using state-of-the-art computers and software (including PLS-CADD), writing reports, supervising and training lower-level engineers, project management, working directly with clients, and visiting project sites. This is a senior-level position for a candidate with 10+ years of transmission line design experience and with professional registration (PE). This is an excellent opportunity for an individual with appropriate education, ambition and desire to grow professionally. If you are interested in joining our team, Commonwealth would like to hear from you. Please send resume to:

The Village at Westerville Nursing Center 1060 Eastwind Drive | Westerville, OH 43081 SIGN-ON BONUSES!!! $350.00 for Full-time STNA and $175.00 for Part-time $500.00 for Full-time Nurses (RN) and $250.00 for Part-time (Bonuses paid out over a 6 month period)

Stop by for on-the-spot interviews and refreshments! For more information please contact:

Human Resources 614-895-1038 Apply online at jobs.hcr-manorcare.com • EEO/Drug-Free Employer

At Quantum Health, you can hit the snooze button and hit the jackpot!

Voted one of the Best Places to Work in Columbus, we’re a growing company that has a blast delivering better healthcare—while lowering healthcare costs. Right now we need:

Bilingual (English/Spanish) Patient Service Reps (PSRs) SHIFTS NEEDED:

• 10am-7pm • 11am-8pm • 12pm-9pm So if you’re a caring problem-solver who wants to say ‘adios’ to alarm clocks and ‘hola’ to a fulfilling career, then consider this your wake-up call—and apply online today!

www.Quantum-Health.com

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

STANLEY K. YOUNG Commonwealth Associates, Inc. P.O. Box 1124, Jackson, MI 49204-1124 skyoung@cai-engr.com • 517-788-3000

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ThisWeek Community Newspapers Upper Arlington

HELP WANTED RETAIL POSITIONS Commissioned Pet Sales Counselors PETLAND NOW HIRING! Full or Part Time Commissioned Pet Sales Counselors and Puppy Care, Small Animal, Bird and Tropical Fish Care Persons. Must present application to the Store Manager. Go to our Welcome Page at Facebook.com/PetlandCP to download an application. Hiring locations: Petland Carriage Place, Lewis Center and Marion.

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL RESEARCH ENGINEER Research engineer for Central OH research & development co. Duties: conduct research & perform other engineering duties involving mechanical testing of structural materials & nanomaterials involving polymeric material processing, fiber reinforced polymeric composites & fluidics; work in Microsoft server environment; use computational methods in engineering; work with laboratory test systems Instron test frame; work with electronics instrumentation & data acquisition system; work with manual & CnC machining. Requirements include Master’s degree in industrial or welding engineering; 3 yrs exp in, with or using polymeric material processing, Microsoft server environment; Instron test frame, & instrumentation. Qualified applicants, send resume to: Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, ATTN: Gary Hattery, 3518 Riverside Dr. Ste. 202, Columbus, OH 43221. SYSTEMS/CAD/ GRAPHICS SOFTWARE ENGINEERS AutoDesSys, Inc., a 3D modeling software devel oper located in Columbus, OH, is looking to fill senior software engineer posi tions with expertise and de monstrable experience in the following areas: (1) Ap plication system interface integration, under Win dows and Macintosh. (2) Programming CAD drafting tools. (3) Advanced com puter graphics, renderind and/or animation and their implementation. All posi tions require concrete knowledge of C/C+ lan guage and graduate de gree in computing / engi neering or equivalent expe rience. Very competitive salaries & benefits. Email: Jobs@formz.com Ph: 614-488-8838. Fax: 614-488-0848. Visit: www.formz.com

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL DENTAL

EXPANDED FUNCTIONS DENTAL ASSISTANT Great opportunity in our Pickerington Family Dental office for an EXPERI ENCED EFDA! FT. Mini mum 1 year exp, current Xray license and must have an Ohio EFDA certificate. Competitive compensation & full benefits pkg includ ing health/vision/life., 401(k), bonuses & MORE! Email resume: to Attn: Stacey at sasmith@ heartlanddentalcare.com Dental Office Manager DENTAL Front office Manager. FT, 4.5 days/week. Worthington, experience required, outgoing personality and team player. Eaglesoft experience a plus. 614-885-8785

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HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

EFDA HYGIENIST (PT) General practice looking Great opportunity in our for a talented, hardwork - Hoff Woods Dental Care of ing, exp. EFDA to join our fice for a HYGIENIST! busy team. Beautiful, com Must be X-Ray Certified, puterized, digital office. Current Ohio Hygiene Li Must be professional, trust - cense and able to work T, worthy and have excellent TH & F! Coronal Polishing patient care skills. Approx license a plus! Competi 32 hrs wk. 2 eves req. tive compensation & dental Benefits w/med ins. & benefits w/ paid holidays, 401(k). $ 500 sign-on BO 401K, bonuses, & MORE! NUS. Email resume with Please reply to: Attn: salary req. to: gcfdom@ Stacey Email: sasmith@ aol.com or fax to heartlanddentalcare.com 614-875-5716.

MA - FT EMT & PARAMEDIC’S A well established and growing company is in need of FT employees for our locations in Columbus , Marysville& Delaware. 14hr. shifts, working 3 days a week or 24hr. shifts on a 24-48 HR rotation. Please call for application: Stofcheck Ambulance Service, Inc. 800-432-5402 or visit Stofcheck.com

Clinical/Admin experience, busy multi-location OB/GYN practice. NextGen EMR. Fax resume & salary requirements to: 614-856-3366

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

GOT CLUTTER? Clean up and make $$$ at the same time with ThisWeek Classifieds.

(740) 888-5003

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

Steel of West Virginia, Inc. SWVA, Inc. a steel mill with a future. Over 10 million dollars was invested in our plant in 2010 and we plan 16.2 million dollars additional investment in 2011. We offer the opportunity to work in manufacturing and live in a college town with all the activities that has to offer.

Electrical Technician & Automation System Engineer The Electrical Technician provides technical support to plant maintenance personnel and undertakes special projects. We seek someone with in depth experience on PLC’s (SLC 500 and PLC 5, and Allen Bradley PanelView), solid state AC & DC motor controls, and excellent trouble shooting skills. Experience with Reliance AutoMax a plus. The Automation System Engineer designs, programs, retrofits, installs and maintains automation systems using multiple PLC’s, remote I/O, and visualization systems across various control networks. Candidate would also design retrofits and new installations for AC and DC motor drives as well as power feed and distribution systems. Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degree wanted.

Entry Level Mechanical Drafter

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Trade and Craft Jobs

For all our jobs, send your resume noting the job for which you are applying to: Email: Fax: Mail:

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

resume@swvainc.com (304) 529-1479 SWVA, INC. P.O. Box 2547 Huntington, WV 25726-2547

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

Endocrinology office close to Riverside Hospital is searching for an experienced Medical Assistant. Duties include blood draws, EKG’s, injections, vital, and assisting the Physicians as needed. Qualifications must include 2-3 years exp as a MA working in a fast paced env. Position is M-F, 8am-5pm. Preemployment drug screen required, NonSmoking facility. Qualified candidates fax resumes to 614-221-9722

Advertise your service! $26 gets you any 5 papers weekly. (5 line minimum) (740) 888-5003

Must love sports. A lot. Read the 1812 Nut on ThisWeekNews.com and get all the central Ohio sports your pretty little head can handle.

HELP WANTED ENGINEERING/ TECHNICAL

To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call

(740) 888-5003 (local call)

Needed 20 hr. a wk. 2 nights, 2 days and every other Sat. at $11.50 per hr. See www.TheCenterforBal ancedLiving.org

Mobile Van LPN

PT Registered Dietician Contract (must be licensed in OH) Meet with residents in need of therapeutic diets or weight mgmt programs to discuss healthy eating habits & provide nutrition education & recommendations. Work with Food Services Supervisor to plan quarterly menus for residents & staff. Must be registered Dietician currently licensed in OH. Experience working with adolescents preferred. Contract up to 10 hrs/wk. www.buckeyeranch.org EEO AA Employer submit resume to: HR@buckeyeranch.org

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Part time nurse (RN) needed for flexible job doing in home consumer visits and monitoring doctor orders. Some evening and weekend hours may be expected. Experience with people with developmental disabilities and delegated nursing a plus. Competitive pay/positive environment. PART TIME ONLY. If you want to become a part of our exciting team and mission, apply at www.lifestartinc.com. EOE

American Health Holding, a world-class medical management firm, offers a dynamic work environment for those seeking a career opportunity with substantial growth potential. We are looking for the best and brightest - people who will help us grow and provide the highest level of service to our clients and members. We are recruiting for the following positions:

Call Center Intake Coordinators Case Managers Case Management Supervisor For more information, please visit our website:

www.americanhealthholding.com

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join the team that makes k th them b brighter i ht

**ATTENTION RNs & STNAs** OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, June 8th • 2pm-4pm

Commonwealth is seeking candidates who have a BSEE degree and 5 or more years of experience in the design of substation facilities rated 12.5 kV and above, preferably with an electrical utility or consulting engineering firm. Experience with protection, controls, metering, and instrumentation; substation outdoor arrangements and layout; and substation major equipment and specifications are desired. Candidates should also have experience in writing proposals and technical reports, interacting with clients and experience leading teams of professional co-workers. Candidates must hold an Ohio Professional Engineering license, or the ability to become licensed in Ohio within 6 months.

Looking for an experienced,results oriented Community Liaison for Franklin and/or surrounding counties. Pleasefax resume to 614-866-8160.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST P/T PT for Therapist run practice. New OT/PT gym. Fax resume to 419-884-1891 or email melanie@ specializedsppech.com

At HCR ManorCare, we work as a team to help every individual achieve the highest level of function and independence. Which means you’ll have more opportunities to take your skills further… work with tools and resources that are strictly leading-edge…and experience challenges that will allow your strengths to shine. Join us!

Billing

COMMUNITY LIASION

Office Associate (Part Time)

BLOGS

Commonwealth Associates, Inc., an employee-owned consulting engineering firm located in Jackson, Michigan, is seeking the following position for our Columbus, Ohio office:

This position is responsible for assisting with telephonic case management for skilled nursing level of care to ensure cost-effective quality health services are provided. The ideal candidate will be a RN or LPN w/ previous case management experience preferably in managed care/insurance. Experience in subacute care & familiarity with OBRA guidelines is desirable. Please send resume w/ salary requirements to: Attn: Christi Jacobs Management & Network Services, LLC., 4892 Blazer Parkway, Dublin, Ohio 43017 or fax to 800-949-2551

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Nurse Wanted

BASIC EMTS, PARAMEDICS & DISPATCHERS Must be 21 yrs or older with clean driving record. $200 sign-on bonus. Apply in person at 2936 E. 14th Ave. 43219.

Care Coordinator

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

The Mobile Psychiatric Unit OPTIMETRIC ASSISTANT Upscale optometric prac LPN provides crisis intervention, other emergency tice needs an enthusiastic services and nursing care individual to assist in pa and case management to tient care and optical sales. homeless persons as nec- Must have a sense of fash essary. This person works ion and great communica on the Mobile Psychiatric tion skills. Great work envi Van providing medical and ronment in NW Columbus, no weekends! Will train mental health services on the streets, in homeless the right individual. Email shelters and other places your compelling cover let ter and resume to where homeless people lnewman@rrohio.com congregate. He/she provides medical services per Physical Therapist physicians’ orders, mainAssistant tains compliance with all Facility Rehab Manager applicable standards and MEDICAL Skilled Nursing Facility provides system intervenBILLING SPECIALIST No Management Experi tion when obstacles imBusy surgery / therapy pede service delivery in or- ence Required. Must be practice seeks an experi der to assist clients’ psy- an Ohio Licensed PTA. Co enced medical billing spe lumbus, Ohio chiatric stabilization in their cialist for occupational & Call Russ Delaney at natural environment. physical therapy billing. 1-800-223-9519 Requires BWC, commer Or email to We offer many great benecial & federal payer knowl fits, including health, denedge. Responsibilities in rdelaney@ tal, vision, 401(k), an onclude posting charges & mardencompanies.com site fitness room, and genpayments, follow-up on de erous time off. If you are nials, & appealing claims. interested in learning more Marden abides by the OCR Orthopedic experience pre about opportunities availa- Act of 1964, Section 504 of ferred. Must have excellent ble at Southeast, Inc. send the Rehabilitation Act and customer service skills, resume to: Southeast Inc., the Age Discrimination Act computer prof, professio of 1975 HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., nal demeanor, & a team To place an ad for your Columbus, OH 43215 or eplayer attitude. Excellent bazaar or seasonal event mail at: benefits including medical call (740) 888-5003 (local call) hr.applications@ & dental, 401(k), PTO & southeastinc.com paid holidays. Please fax EOE resume to Teri at 614-262-0822.

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Large Primary Care Group is hiring for several positions in our billing department in Westerville. Positions are full time, first shift. Positions include Insurance Collections, Payment Positing, and Patient Account Reps. Experience includes min of one year in a health care setting, one year in customer service, and one year medical insurance. Thorough knowledge of payment processing and posting exp. Knowledge of how to read an EOB and knowledge of CPT and ICD9 medical coding. Company offers excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, and 401k plan. Non- Smoking environment and preemployment drug screening req. Qualified candidates email resumes to hrassist@copcp.com

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

Medical Assistant

We have an immediate opening for a detail oriented, self-driven individual with multi-tasking ability to do Drafting. Candidate will work in the Rolling Mill Services group creating and revising Product, Tooling, Gage, and Facility drawings using AutoCad. Responsibilities include drawing, file management and tooling inspection. Requirements: AutoCad proficiency. Experience with ProEngineer, Mechanical Desktop, AutoCad Inventor, SmartCam, MSExcel, MSWord, MSAccess, CNC machinery, CNC programming, a vocational background, or Associates Degree in Drafting or CAD/CAM are definite plusses.

We have an immediate need for electricians, millwrights, machinists, and CNC lathe operations. See our website – www.swvainc.com for the requirements for the Trade and Craft jobs.

June 9, 2011

SUBSTATION ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

ENGINEERING SPECIALIST (P&C Designer) Candidates should have 5 or more years of experience to perform technical wiring and schematic design documents related to the design of high-voltage substations at 12.5 kV and above. Candidate must be able to work in a team environment of professional co-workers. Duties would also include using state-of-the-art computers and software including but limited to AutoCAD/MicroStation, MS Office and training lower-level CAD operators and designers.

TRANSMISSION LINE ENGINEER Commonwealth is seeking candidates with a BS degree in Civil or Structural Engineering to perform civil and structural engineering tasks relating to the design of high-voltage transmission lines, including route selection, structure design, foundation design, material specification, construction bid document preparation, project management, and design/construction liaison. Candidate will have the ability to plan, organize, lead, monitor and direct a project team to provide quality, professional work. Duties would also include using state-of-the-art computers and software (including PLS-CADD), writing reports, supervising and training lower-level engineers, project management, working directly with clients, and visiting project sites. This is a senior-level position for a candidate with 10+ years of transmission line design experience and with professional registration (PE). This is an excellent opportunity for an individual with appropriate education, ambition and desire to grow professionally. If you are interested in joining our team, Commonwealth would like to hear from you. Please send resume to:

The Village at Westerville Nursing Center 1060 Eastwind Drive | Westerville, OH 43081 SIGN-ON BONUSES!!! $350.00 for Full-time STNA and $175.00 for Part-time $500.00 for Full-time Nurses (RN) and $250.00 for Part-time (Bonuses paid out over a 6 month period)

Stop by for on-the-spot interviews and refreshments! For more information please contact:

Human Resources 614-895-1038 Apply online at jobs.hcr-manorcare.com • EEO/Drug-Free Employer

At Quantum Health, you can hit the snooze button and hit the jackpot!

Voted one of the Best Places to Work in Columbus, we’re a growing company that has a blast delivering better healthcare—while lowering healthcare costs. Right now we need:

Bilingual (English/Spanish) Patient Service Reps (PSRs) SHIFTS NEEDED:

• 10am-7pm • 11am-8pm • 12pm-9pm So if you’re a caring problem-solver who wants to say ‘adios’ to alarm clocks and ‘hola’ to a fulfilling career, then consider this your wake-up call—and apply online today!

www.Quantum-Health.com

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

STANLEY K. YOUNG Commonwealth Associates, Inc. P.O. Box 1124, Jackson, MI 49204-1124 skyoung@cai-engr.com • 517-788-3000

EEO/AA employer M/F/H/V

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June 9, 2011

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL

HELP WANTED GENERAL

RN-Director of Accreditation Svcs.

Account Manager Retirement Plan Design firm looking for person ca pable of managing full cli ent case load. 5 yrs pen sion experience, excellent customer relation skills, ability to meet deadlines and capability of working independently. Knowl edge of Relius software a plus. Salary range $45K$60K. Send resume to Ad vanced Pension Solutions, Attn: HR, 6830 Commerce Court Dr., Blacklick, OH 43004 Fax: 614-501-7790, or email apply@ advpen.com

Growing int’l nonprofit medical society needs Masters-level healthcare professional w/cardiac, emergency, or PI back ground; 10+ yrs mgmt exp; committed to improv ing cardiac pt outcomes through accreditation, educ, PI and research. Must have exceptional communication skills. Resp for clinical svc lines w/emphasis on CP, HF and a-fib. Exc salary & ben efits. Send resume & cover ltr w/salary req to attn: CEO at hearthealth66@gmail.com

RN’s & MA’s Concentra seeks RNs and MAs for full time opportunities in Marion, OH. RN requires COHN for 1st shift and occ exp for other shifts. MA requires 12 months clinical exp post externship. To be considered a candidate with Concentra, visit the Concentra internet site, www.concentra.com/ careers to send your resume online for review. EOE. RN Telephone Triage RN, busy OB/GYN multi loca tion offices. 32-40 hrs/wk. OB experience preferred, NextGen EMR. Fax resume & salary require ment to: 614-586-3366

THERAPISTS, EMERGENCY SERVICES CLINICIANS & RN Central Ohio Mental Health Center (COMHC), a progressive $7-million nonprofit corporation, with 100 employees serving 3,400 consumers annually in Delaware and Morrow counties in Central Ohio is recruiting for full time COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROVIDERS to provide service to mentally disabled children, adolescents and adults. Responsibilities include linkage and referral and coordination of services. Bachelor’s Degree and LSW, LPC preferred. Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and insurance is required. Searching for full time THERAPISTS that are motivated by working with children, adolescents and adults and providing individual, group, and family therapy. Must have Master’s degree with 2 - 3 years post master’s clinical experience. LISW or LPCC is preferred, but not required. Seeking EMERGENCY SERVICES CLINICIANS, responsible for providing and coordinating emergency services and telephone triage. Masters degree and LISW or LPCC is required. Five years of direct relevant work experience is preferred but not required. Seeking Part Time REGISTERED NURSE in Delaware, providing care for patients with chronic mental illness as part of their outpatient treatment team. An excellent salary and benefits, including health/vision/dental, life, disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are a part of the benefit package for all full time positions. Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

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Assistant Mgr/Mgr Trainee

R U Making $500/ week?! Young successful art co. looking for 7-12 sharp, outgoing individuals who are energetic, money motivated and love working in a fun environment. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY $500/week while in training. for personal interview call

Counselor III Adolescent Outpatient Program Candidate must be able to provide chemical dependency and mental health counseling (individual, family and group), crisis intervention, and education to youth. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in human service or behavioral science with two (2) year experience in chemical dependency treatment. LCDC III or LPC, LSW required LISW or PCC preferred. Apply in person or send resume to: Human Resources, 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207, Fax: 444-3541, e-mail: Jobs@maryhaven.com or apply on-line at www.maryhaven.com EOE

614-791-3300 and simply ask for Nikki

CASE MANAGER Faith Mission is in search of a FT Case Manager to assist homeless single adults at the FM Men’s Shelter. You will assess client strengths & needs, develop individual action goal plans, & coordinate referral & linkage to community resources to assist clients in quickly moving to appropriate housing, while establishing plans for self-sufficiency and stability. The successful candidate must have a four year degree in Social Work or a related field and prior experience working in a social service setting. LSW preferred. Interested applicants can forward resume to tmakley@lssco.org, or fax to 614-388-5707 or mail to HR, 315 E. Long St; Columbus, OH 43215. EOE

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Love people, can multitask, handle medical office Candidate will develop a and insurance interaction comprehensive care man- via phone and in-person. agement plan to adolesPrevious experience in cent patients based on handling customer completion and/or review concerns, medical of chemical dependency, information, computer behavioral health /mental skills preferred. Send health/psychological, bioresume to mbracken@ psychosocial, and related goDASCO.com assessments as they relate or fax 614-901-2228. EOE to a client’s current functioning. The candidate will also provide chemical dependency and mental health counseling (individDOCK ual, family and group), crisis intervention, and eduSUPERVISOR cation to youth and families. Vitran Express, Inc . has immediate opening for a Requirements: LISW, LPC, F/T dock supervisor. 1 LPCC or LSW with a deyear experience in LTL clared scope of practice in freight industry a must. behavioral healthcare and Starting salary based on chemical dependency. experience. Full-time includes: Apply in person ∂Blue Cross / Blue or send resume to: Shield medical benefits Human Resources, ∂Fully paid life and 1791 Alum Creek Drive, disability Columbus, Ohio 43207 ∂401(k) Fax: 444-3541 ∂Paid holidays and Jobs@maryhaven.com, vacations or apply on-line at www.maryhaven.com Apply in person 6/6/11EOE 6/10/11 7:00 am - 6:00 pm To: Vitran Express, Inc. 5075 Krieger Ct. Co COURIER / DRIVER lumbus, OH 43228 Independent (1099) E.O.E. courier/driver wanted for imaging center. Must have LAWN CARE own car & insurance, clean Zero Turn Operator, driving record & back Walk Behind, Weedeater, ground check to do deliv Pick-up/Trailer driver, eries. Call Dave Lewis at Mechanic. $400/wk 614-737-3486 or email experience. $200/wk bmedical1221@ no experience. Call gmail.com Regina 614-864-6582.

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COLLECTORS Government collections firm seeking experienced Collector. Fax resume to: 614-475-3319.

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Position now open. Guardian Finance is a consumer finance lender. We specialize in providing the highest quality of personal customer service. Responsibilities include collections, loan processing and customer service. Candidate must possess a highlevel of personal character, a strong work ethic, be dedicated to achieving goals and possess great people skills. Previous experience is a plus, especially in collections, but not required. Personal credit history will also be a factor in hiring decision. Guardian offers competitive salary and strong benefits including tuition reimbursement, child care reimbursement, 401K program, pension plan and health insurance. Interested candidates should send a resume to Guardian Finance, 2479 Hilliard Rome Rd., Hilliard, Ohio 43026 or email to: mparsell@ guardianfinancecompany.com attention Mary Parsell.

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Candidates should enjoy working with the public, have excellent sales and customer service skills and be detail oriented. Prior leasing experience a plus. This full time position is lo cated at our beautiful Bel Air Court community in Co lumbus. Weekend work re quired. Excellent pay and benefits including renewal bonuses, apartment dis count after 90 days and va cation after 6 months. Resumes should be submitted to: The Sexton Companies Fax 317-580-3296 Email to: hr@sextonproperties.com

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Peer Specialist Mobile Van The Peer Specialist provides assistance and support to clients with severe and persistent mental illness and homelessness. This person functions as a peer support to clients and assists case managers in carrying out CPST activities and tasks. He/She works with the clients in their natural environments. The Peer Specialist is a person who has a unique perspective of serious mental illness and homelessness because of his/her own experience with the recovery process of psychiatric disorder(s). This experience enables an understanding and sensitivity to client issues. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an onsite fitness room, and generous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities available at Southeast, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or email at hr.applications@ southeastinc.com EOE

Online Content Developer OCSEA (Labor Union) Bachelors in public relations, journalism, communications or similar field w/3 yrs exp constituent or membership communications. Ensure effective website & online technologies. Must implement online strategies & provide editorial content, information architecture, usability, & website design. Expert in Dreamweaver & online advocacy email campaigns. Familiarity with ASP, CSS and HTML. Excellent writing & proofing skills. 3 yrs. exp. w/constituent or membership communications. Knowledge of labor unions. Must possess valid driver’s license. Occasional travel. Excellent benefits. Must pass drug test for consideration. Send cover letter and resume to: OCSEA - Human Resources 390 Worthington Road Westerville, OH 43082

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PRESSERS Swan Cleaners has imme diate jobs for experienced pressers at our Shirt Laun dry. Enjoy steady employ ment in a fast-paced envi ronment, weekly pay, free cleaning & friendly people! Please ask for Gary Fowler and apply at the Swan Shirt Laundry, 5000 Sin clair Rd (at I-71). EOE

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HELP WANTED PROFESSIONAL/ MANAGEMENT TRAINING COORDINATOR Busy plasma donation cen ter has an opening for a training coordinator. Bach elor’s degree req’d, previ ous training / teaching experience preferred. Must be organized, self motivat ed & skilled at time mngmt. Send resume to npatel@ interstatebloodbank.com or fax to 614-294-2214.

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We are looking for a FT Administrative Assistant to work Mon-Fri 8am to 4pm. $12 per hour. Must be computer savy and able to type at least 45 WPM. Columbus Fair Email resume to: Auto Auction DM@aim-m.com Attn: Chuck Dearing 4700 Groveport Rd. FILE CLERK Columbus, Ohio 43207 FT File Clerk position avail. No experience necessary. Warehouse / Site HS graduate with typing Work / Lawncare / & computer skills. Re Janitoral quires daily lifting of 35-40 PT to start. M/W/F. 12Nlb boxes.Must be dependa 9PM. Computer & typing ble & have a desire to skills. Must have valid DL. work. Email resume to: Blue jeans job. fileroom333@yahoo.com Veterans, M/F, seniors wel Local prop. Mgmt. co. come. Call Regina at seeking admin. asst. for 614-864-6582. HUD property. Must have HELP WANTED extensive knowledge of HUD policies & procedures PROFESSIONAL/ w/proven experience. Posi MANAGEMENT tion is PT @ 20-25 hrs/wk, M-F, some Sat. Must be CHILD & FAMILY available to start immedi CLINICIAN ately. Salary based on ex perience and qualifica Youth Advocate Services tions. Fax resumes to Social Services/Child & 614-474-5668. Family Clinician for Treat ment Foster Care setting. RESUMES WITHOUT THE Develops / implements REQUIRED EXPERIENCE treatment plan with youth, WILL NOT BE family, referring agency, CONSIDERED. foster family and communi ty resources. Minimum of Receptionist Bachelors Degree in Hu Columbus Crew is seeking man Services field, Mas a fulltime receptionist to ters preferred; LSW/LPC li answer telephone, greet censure, and experience in persons entering organiza youth/family services. tion. Requires working Send letter of introduction some nights & weekends. & resume to ATTN: Korlyn Bi-lingual Strongly encour Davis/HR, 825 Grandview aged. Mail to: Columbus Ave., Columbus, OH 43215 Crew Stadium, One Black or kdavis@yasohio.org. & Gold Blvd, Columbus, EOE OH 43211; Fax to: 614-447-4110; or E-mail to: Crewjobs@thecrew.com

Landair Transport, Inc. is currently seeking a

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Shop Manager for Columbus, OH • 3-5 yrs. management exp. • Manage maintenance . and repair tractors & trailers • Supervise 8-10 employees. • Control & schedule repairs • Data entry & AS400 exp. a + • ASE certifications pref. EMail Resume to: jballard@landair.com or fax resume to: (423)783-1353

Food Service Cook St. Vincent Family is seeking candidates for a Food Service Cook and Assistant Food Service Cook position. Job re sponsibilities include pre paring menu foods items utilizing standard rec ipes, baking and prepara tion of special food items, storage area stock ing of food and supplies, set-up, preparation and serving of daily meals and kitchen clean up. Knowledge of Ohio De partment of Health Food Service operations stand ards is strongly prefer red. High School diplo ma or equivalent re quired. Vocational Train ing Certificate in Food Preparation preferred. Minimum 2-5 years expe rience in similar work set ting is required. Quali fied candidates should visit our website www.svfc.org to print and complete an employ ment application and mail along with resume to St. Vincent Family Cen ter - 1490 E. Main St., Co lumbus, Ohio 43205 or fax completed docu ments to 614-252-8468. EOE No phone calls please.

Candidate must be able to coordinate services for homeless persons and SOCIAL WORK maintain contact to move along the continuum into Directions for Youth & permanent housing; link Families provides com with providers of recovery munity based treatment services, mental health and prevention services for treatment and housing; as- the Delaware County area, sess funds to assist with emphasizing commitment deposit and first month to family, school, and rent, transportation, furniwork. ture, food and other materi- The following opportunity als needed. exists for Social Workers Outreach who are interested in being Requirements: Bachelor’s part of our dynamic results Educator degree in human service oriented team. Do you love science? Inter or behavioral science or ested in traveling? If so, equivalent and/or Two (2) Social Worker -Outreach join the COSI On Wheels years experience in the Counseling. Looking for Team to present science field of chemical depend- energetic, dedicated per based programs in ele ency and/or mental health. sons to provide assess mentary schools through ment and counseling serv - out Ohio and surrounding Apply in person or ices to youth in a Delaware states. Applicants should send resume to: county school district. Mini - have an enthusiastic, out Human Resources, mum requirements are a going personality; the abili 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Bachelor’s degree in social ty to work independently; Columbus, Ohio 43207, Work or related field and and strong organizational Fax: 444-3541, current licensure as a so & communication skills. e-mail: cial worker or counselor. Team oriented individuals Jobs@maryhaven.com, Two years experience with a strong work ethic or apply on-line at working with youth and and a passion to support www.maryhaven.com their families preferred. COSI’s mission are en EOE (Job Code JH) couraged to apply. Ability to drive a mid sized truck; Interested applicants may valid Ohio Drivers License; To place an ad for submit their resume to: Di two or fewer points on rections For Youth & Fami - BMV record; and maintain your bazaar or lies, Attn: Human Resour a good driving record re seasonal event call ces, 1515 Indianola Ave., Announcements quired. You will travel away Cols, OH 43201, fax: 614(740) 888-5003 from Columbus every other 294-3247, email: week, for a full week. Sal (local call) hr@dfyf.org. ary $27,000/year. College No phone calls please. degree preferred. Accept ing applications and re Directions for Youth & sumes for positions(s) Families is an EOE starting in Aug/Sept. For a M/F/D/V full job description and in structions on how to apply, TEACHER visit: Prestigious private school www.COSI.org now accepting teacher re ADOPTION- A loving sumes for Grades 2-6. Ex - www.columbusjobs.com/m alternative to unplanned onster perience preferred. pregnancy. You choose Must love sports. EOE Send resume, transcripts the family for your child. A lot. and references to Receive pictures/info of DAYCARE PROVIDERS ColPrivSchool@ waiting/ approved couples. & PRESCHOOLS hotmail.com or fax Living expense assistance. Read the 1812 Nut on to: 614-283- 5454 Take advantage of our 1-866-236-7638 ThisWeekNews.com and great childcare rates! BIG TYPE get all the central Ohio (740) 888-5003 sports your pretty little Makes you look twice! head can handle.

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A leading food distribution company is looking for an experienced Warehouse Supervisor. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: ∂College Degree in related field. ∂2 - 4 Years of Warehouse Management Experience (preferably a food warehouse). ∂Experience with Excel and Microsoft Office. ∂Experience working with an Engineered Labor Standards Program. ∂Excellent organizational skills and multi-tasking is a must. ∂Must be able to work a schedule that includes nights and weekends. COMPANY OFFERS:

24 paid days off Casual, friendly environment Real advancement opportunities Great bonus potential

If you are unable to attend, we still want to hear from you! Visit us at the address above Wed & Thurs 9am-6pm, Fri 9am-4pm or apply online. We conduct drug & background screenings. EOE

Local Auto Auction is looking for experienced Unarmed Security Officers to work full-time at our facility. Eligible candidate must be able to pass a drug test, and have a valid driver’s license. A clean criminal background check is also a requirement, as is a working knowledge of both written and spoken English. Duties include directing guests, filling out paperwork, visual surveillance, etc. We need individuals to work 3 shifts. We offer a competitive compensation & benefit program that includes health, dental, 401k, etc. Please send resume with salary requirements to:

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∂A competitive starting salary. ∂Bonus potential. ∂A complete health and welfare package. ∂Paid time off. ∂Retirement benefits. Ohio University is committed to creating a respectful and inclusive educational and workplace environment. Ohio University is an equal access/equal opportunity and affirmative action institution.

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COLUMBUS DOWNTOWN WALKING TOUR Sat. June 11th, 10AM Meet at the Mckinley Monument in front of the State Capitol. $10/person. Reservations a MUST. Capitol City Tours 614-326-0942 DUMP & RUN IS AN ANNUAL GARAGE SALE HELD ON OSU CAMPUS Waste Reduction Program helps keep more than 10 ton of resusable items out of the landfill last year. Items you can donate in clude clothing, furniture, electronics, appliances & housewares. If you have a donation or for information please call 614-364-5687 to schedule a pick up time.

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ANNUAL GARAGE SALE 3220 Scioto Run Blvd, Hilliard, off Dublin Rd., North of Fishinger. Saturday, June 11, 8-2 Lots of great "stuff"! Don’t miss it! Clintonville Multi-family sale - Sat 6/11, 9-3. 194 Olentangy St. Furniture, electronics, clothing, books, music, toys, games. FUNDRAISER SALE U-haul full of donated items. From household to holiday, Nascar die cast, etc. All proceeds will be dontated to twloha.com. June 10-11, 9am-?? 1660 Gateway Circle S, Grove City

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Australian Shepard Pup pies. NSDR. Lakes Aussies has 2 new litter’s of Stand ard Australian Shepherds. We are a 15 yr. breeder NOT a puppy mill! Shots and worming done. M Rd solid w/Hazel Eyes, F Rd Mer w/Hazel Eyes, M Blue Mer w/Dark eyes, F Rd Bi w/blue eyes, F Blk Tri w/dark eyes, M Rd Tri w/hazel eyes, M BlK tri w/Dark eyes, F Rd Bi w/Blue eyes, M Red Bi w/dark eyes, F Red Bi w/dark eyes, F Red Bi w/dark eyes. $250-$650 contact linda.lake@att.net or 740-221-6292. Deposit’s by paypal to hold. Chihuahua 5lb. Female 2 yr. Wht/ Blk. Spade/housebroken. Likes attention and lots of love. $350.00. 614-537-6163. ENGLISH MASTIFF Pups, Purebred, 8 weeks old, AKC no papers, 4F, 2M, fawns, vet checked, shots. $400 each. Call 330-225-2642

Two Cemetery Plots in Garden of Devotion Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. $1500 ea. 631-537-3394

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UA’s Sally Holbert takes a shot on June 3 while being guarded by Hudson’s Brigitta Haller during their semifinal.

Having been part of the Upper Arlington High School girls lacrosse team as a freshman when it won the 2008 Division I state championship, Adriane Ghidotti figured at least one more state title would follow before she graduated. But after the Golden Bears lost to Medina 14-13 in double overtime in the state final on June 4 at Gates Mills Hawken, the senior had to settle for one title. “It was pretty emotional for me. I really wanted to win it one more time,” said Ghidotti, who scored three goals against Medina. “It’s really hard for me to understand that no other girl on this team next year will have been on a state cham-

The game could have gone either way, and that’s one of the reasons why it was a heartbreaker.

COACH KIM ROCHELEAU —on the 14-13 loss to Medina

pionship team.” “This is the third straight state championship we’ve lost,” said third-year coach Kim Rocheleau, whose team lost to Cincinnati Sycamore 7-6 in 2009 and to Medina 15-9 in 2010. “The game could have gone either way, and that’s one of the reasons why it was a heartbreaker.” UA, which had beaten Medina

10-6 on April 30, finished 16-5 overall. Medina, which won its final 11 games after the loss to the Bears, finished 16-2. In the state final, the Bears led 12-10 late in the second half, but Medina scored two goals in the final three minutes to force overtime. Junior midfielder Megan Hansel scored in the first overtime to give UA a 13-12 lead, but the Bees tied the score at 13 late in the first overtime and won it in the second overtime as Ellie Hudson-Heck scored her fifth goal with 57 seconds left. Sophomore midfielders Sydney Farwick and Samantha Farwick and junior Lauren Drake had two goals apiece, while Hansel, junior midfielders Rachel Marsh and Erin Steen and junior attacker Sally Holbert each had a goal. Junior goal-

keeper Morgan Fulwider had eight saves. “I think that is why we got so far in the tournament,” Rocheleau said of the Bears’ balanced scoring. “We just don’t have one person who can score. We have a bunch of them.” “We played our hearts out,” Ghidotti said. “We beat them in the regular season, but we felt like we were the underdog in the tournament. Everyone gave everything they had. We had so much heart.” The path to the state championship game was similar to last year’s, when UA defeated Hudson 11-8 in a state semifinal before losing to Medina in the final. The Bears defeated Hudson 1311 in a state semifinal on June 3 at See GIRLS, page C2

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Another strong school year ends The book on the 2010-11 high school sports year is complete. Inside are memories that will stay in the hearts and minds of athletes forever. Here are highlights from another thrilling year in central Ohio. Chris Diaz of Watterson completed his final two years of boys tennis undefeated in singles and capLARRY tured his second consecuLARSON tive Division II state title. Diaz won the Division I doubles title with his brother, Philip, as a freshman. The Upper Arlington duo of Billy Weldon and Stu Little won their second consecutive Division I doubles title. ... After finBy Laurie Stevenson/ThisWeek ishing second the first two years Upper Arlington’s Olivia Menden (left) and Rachel Weber of Dublin Coffman race in the 800 meters on June 4 during the Division I state track and field meet. Weber of her high school career, jun- was 11th in 2:18.88 and Menden was 12th in 2:21.7. ior Morgan Ransom of Columbus Academy was medalist in the Division II state girls golf tournament. ...Chase Delande of Hilliard Davidson won a state wrestling title at 145 pounds. ...With no seniors, DeSales won the Division II state baseball title. The Stallions beat defending champion Jonathan Alder in a semifinal. Grove City (Division I) and Newark Catholic (Division IV) also reached state. By PAUL BATTERSON tough competition,” said Jaffe, of New Albany (stadium-record Niki Flower of Upper ArThisWeek Community Newspapers who finished the event in 11:09.75 2:07.35). lington overcame an injury-filled in the regional meet on May 27 Neither Jaffe nor Menden season to finish as runner-up in Before competing in the 3,200 at Pickerington North. “I’d look scored at state. Reynoldsburg won the Division I state girls tennis meters in the Division I state meet at the (qualifying) times and think, the team championship with 47 tournament. It was Flower’s only on June 4 at Ohio State, Dorry ‘Oh she ran a pretty good time.’ points, with Cincinnati Withrow loss in her final two years of high Jaffe, a freshman on the Upper But the times don’t tell you the (39) and Middleburg Heights school. Lauren and Ashley Thai Arlington High School girls track whole truth about these girls. I Midpark (33) rounding out the of Hilliard Bradley won the Diand field team, checked out the could’ve never predicted how top three. vision II doubles title. ... Harqualifying times of the runners good they could be.” It was the third state appearvest Prep won its second conwhom she would be competing Jaffe was one of two freshmen ance for Menden. secutive Division IV girls basagainst. competing in the 3,200. The other “I relaxed out there in the 800, ketball title. Pickerington North But Jaffe learned that qualify- freshman, Lebanon’s Jacquelyn and you can’t ever do that,” reached a state semifinal in Diing times can be deceiving, as Crow, placed second in 11:01.44. Menden said. “I’m still learning, vision I. ... The Dublin Jerome she placed 15th in 11 minutes, UA also was represented at and I still feel like I haven’t boys lacrosse team and the Acad46.55 seconds after having the state by junior Olivia Menden, reached my potential.” emy girls team captured state ti11th-best qualifying time. who placed 11th in the 1,600 Menden was one of four runtles in Division II. Michelle Thomas of Cincin- (5:06.66) behind champion Carly ners who ran both the 1,600 and By Laurie Stevenson/ThisWeek nati Glen Este won the event in Hamilton of Springboro (4:48.1) 800 less than an hour later on a Watterson (Division III) and The Golden Bears’ Dorry Jaffe finished 15th in the 3,200 meters 10:48.32. and 12th in the 800 (2:21.7) beSee LARSON, page C2 on June 4. See TRACK, page C2 “I knew there would be really hind champion Taneisha Cordell

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Golden Bears excited about next season By PATRICK DOLAN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Upper Arlington High School boys volleyball team didn’t win many matches this season, but coach Matt Wion believes the experience his players gained will be beneficial next year. The Golden Bears finished 3-12 overall and went 2-8 in the OCC-Ohio Division to place fifth, behind Hilliard Darby (10-0), Hilliard Davidson (8-2), Dublin Coffman (5-5) and Worthington Kilbourne (5-5) and ahead of Thomas Worthington (0-10). Davidson and Darby were tied for fifth in the final Division I state poll and Darby (first), Davidson (second), Kilbourne (ninth) and Coffman (10th) all were ranked in the final East Region poll. UA ended the season with a 25-17, 25-15, 25-11 loss to Mount Vernon in

the first round of the Division I East Region tournament on May 14. Mount Vernon was ninth in the final state poll and third in the final region poll. “We knew going in that this would be a building year,” said Wion, who completed his second season leading the program. “Our goal was to try to develop as many young players as we could, and I think we did that. I think great things will happen in the future.” Wion believes the Bears improved steadily over the course of the season and considers their performance in their regular-season finale — a 25-16, 25-17, 24-26, 28-26 loss to Davidson on May 5 — to be evidence of that improvement. Davidson, which had beaten UA 25-9, 25-23, 25-22 in the first round of league play on April 14, advanced to the state tournament that was held May 2829 at Pickerington North. “I’m very pleased with the progress we made,” Wion said. “We continued

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to get better and I think we ended the season on a positive note. We took Davidson to four games. Competing with them and them being in the state (tournament), I thought that was incredible.” UA, which hasn’t had a winning season since 2005, entered the season with only three players with varsity experience in seniors Dan Anugerah (outside hitter) and Mark Finneran (libero) and junior Michael Schroer (outside hitter),

and only Finneran and Schroer saw significant playing time in 2010. The rest of the roster was comprised of first-year varsity players, including some who did not have any previous experience playing the sport. “They improved tremendously,” Schroer said of the first-year varsity players. “They went from being just athletes to being crucial members of our team. “One of the biggest things that I noticed (over the course of the season) was our ability to change. Some guys had to change positions, but they were willing to change. We adapted to those changes.” One of the changes the Bears made during the season pertained to their offense. They started with a 6-2 formation, which utilizes two setters. However, Wion switched to a 5-1 formation, which has one setter, because some players were having trouble grasping the two-setter lineup.

“Hitters were a lot less confused on who was setting the ball when we were in the 5-1 formation,” Schroer said. UA loses five seniors in Anugerah, Finneran, Michael Kilstrom (middle hitter), Aladin Saleh (opposite hitter) and Joey Simon (outside hitter). In addition to Schroer, expected to return are juniors Taha Alghothani (outside hitter), Byron Bruno (defensive specialist), Matthew Shannon (setter) and Phil Shera (defensive specialist) and sophomores Sean Forquer (defensive specialist), Josh Jackson (middle hitter) and Paul Linville (opposite hitter). Forquer, Jackson, Linville, Schroer and Shannon were regular starters. “We’ll have a lot of guys back next year. That (experience) will definitely help,” Schroer said. “We’re going to be ready for next year.” pdolan@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

TRACK Continued from page C1 day in which the temperature hovered about 90 degrees. The three other runners — Medina’s Anna Boyert, Solon’s Therese Haiss and Beavercreek’s Sydney Leiher — placed in the top eight in the 1,600 but were in the bottom six in the 800. “Coming back after running the mile is not a lot of fun,” Menden said. “I had high goals

and I wish I would’ve (placed in the top eight to reach the awards) podium. But I’m proud I stuck it out. I was really nervous about this 800 and I’m glad I finished.” Jaffe and Menden not only have their sights set on returning to state next season, but they’re looking to improve on their finishes this year. “I’m going to think about this when I’m running,” Jaffe said. “Am I satisfied with the way

things are going? Could my times even match with some of those girls? If the answer is no, then I have work to do.” “Next year is going to be a good year,” Menden said. “I’m determined to make it a good year. I want to bring some more people with us to the state meet next year.”

ners-up. Gahanna was state runner-up in Division I softball and DeSales reached the Division II state tournament. ... Mary Wells led the Westerville Central girls bowling team to another district title. ... Wil Trapp of Gahanna was named Gatorade Soccer Player of the Year and Trey Burke of Northland was voted Ohio Mr. Basketball. ... St. Charles won its second consecutive Division I boys golf title. ... Brian Hannaford of Westerville North finished third in the Division I state boys cross country meet and Hannah Stefanoff of Grandview finished third in the Division III girls meet. The Northland boys basketball team rewarded retiring coach Satch Sullinger with a Division I runner-up finish. Harvest Prep was runner-up in Division IV. ... The Upper Arlington girls swimming team won its seventh consecutive Division I state title as senior Abby Chin captured four titles. Also in girls swimming, Pickerington Central sophomore Maddie Martin won her second consecutive title in the Division

I 100-yard butterfly and Natalie Ritter of Academy won the Division II diving title. Canal Winchester’s Sam Decker won the boys 100 freestyle in Division II. The girls volleyball teams at Dublin Coffman and Big Walnut both were state runners-up. ... Hartley won the Division II state girls track title with two relays finishing first. Other girls first-place finishers were Charlotte Myers of Bexley, Taneisha Cordell of New Albany and Emily Morris of Ready. Aaliyah Barnes of Eastmoor won the 100 and 200 meters in Division II and Destinee Gause of Reynoldsburg did the same in Division I, leading the Raiders to their third consecutive Division I state championship. All in all, it was another year of thrills and excitement, and another one is just more than two months away. I’ll see you at a game.

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UA’s Samantha Farwick (left) hugs teammate Erin Steen on June 3 after defeating Hudson 13-11 in a Division I state semifinal.

GIRLS Continued from page C1 Hawken, as Holbert scored four goals and Sydney Farwick, Marsh and sophomore Abbey Stricharczuk each scored two. UA led 7-5 at halftime and stretched its lead to 13-9 in the second half before Hudson scored two goals in the final 40 seconds. “We were both very fast teams and very skilled teams, but I thought our girls played with more heart,” Rocheleau said. “We focused all week doing the things we need to do to slow them down.” UA, which defeated Hudson in a state semifinal in 2005 and ’08 en route to state championships, lost to Hudson 12-9 on April 29. “Coming into this game, we were kind of the underdog,” senior defender Emma Frair said. “That really amped up our intensity.” pbatterson@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

Hartley (Division IV) won state football titles, and Davidson (Division I) reached a state semifinal. ... Meghan Parsley of Hilliard Darby closed her prep gymnastics career by qualifying for state in all four events — balance beam, floor exercise, uneven bars and vault. ... State title winners in boys track and field were Tsehaye Hiluf of Reynoldsburg, Drew Windle of New Albany, the Thomas Worthington 800 relay, Nick Frye of Ready, Nigel Preacher of Brookhaven and Jake Blankenship of Gahanna. Blankenship and Olentangy Liberty twins Joey and Chris Uhle completed a record-breaking year by finishing 1-2-3 in the pole vault in Division I. The Pickerington North girls and Worthington Christian boys were state runners-up in soccer. ... Liberty reached the state hockey tournament for the first time. ... Thomas and Academy played in a state field hockey semifinal, with Thomas winning. The Cardinals finished as state run-

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Division I boys pole vault highlighted meet From staff reports The boys pole vault competition in the Division I state track and field meet June 4 at Ohio State featured three athletes who have held the state record. In a battle between Olentangy Liberty High School senior twins Chris Uhle and Joey Uhle and Gahanna junior Jake Blankenship, it was the youngest of the trio who left with the championship. Chris Uhle, the defending champion after vaulting a thenstate-record 16 feet, 9 inches last year, ended up third as Blankenship went 17-0 to capture the title. Joey Uhle finished second (16-6), followed by Chris Uhle (16-0). “Having three state recordholders competing at state in the pole vault has definitely never happened in the past and may never happen again,” Joey Uhle said. “This was a fun year to compete in the pole vault because all three of us pushed each other all year.” Blankenship went 16-10 in the OCC-Ohio Division meet May 14, but Joey Uhle vaulted 17-0 on May 21 in the district 2 meet at Hilliard Bradley. “Whenever the three of us compete, it always goes back and forth between us, and I was fortunate to win on this day,” Blankenship said. “It feels good to win, but we’re all like a family and we’re happy for each other no matter who wins. I really wanted to clear 17 feet for the first time and I couldn’t have done it without Joey and Chris pushing me.” •MORE TITLES COMING? — Both the Reynoldsburg and Hartley girls track teams used mixes of seniors and underclassmen to capture state titles June 4. The Raiders in particular should return a strong unit next year. Junior Destinee Gause won the 100 meters (11.82 seconds) and the 200 (23.84), and classmate Faith Washington placed fourth in the 100 hurdles (14.52) and third in the 300 hurdles (43.58). Of the six competitors who helped Reynoldsburg score 47 points to win a third consecutive team title, only Kacia Grant and Donyelle Brown are seniors. The Hartley girls team also scored 47 points as it won the Division II title. Seniors Aisha Cavin, Maya Pedersen and Chelsea Scott each scored in individual events and ran on relays. Five Hawks who saw action in relays last weekend are eligible to return. •GRADUATION COMPLICATIONS — As if the Uhle brothers did not have enough to worry about on June 4, Liberty’s commencement ceremony was set to begin at 10 a.m. at the Ohio Expo Celeste Center while the pole vault was scheduled for noon. Chris asked anatomy teacher Hap Helfrich to pick up his diploma and Joey had chemistry teacher Brian Lindow stand in

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Liberty’s Joey Uhle (left) and his twin brother, Chris, enjoy the moment on the awards podium with champion Jake Blankenship of Gahanna after the trio waged a battle in the pole vault competition during the Division I state meet June 4 at Ohio State. Blankenship’s winning vault of 17 feet tied the state record set earlier this season by Joey Uhle, who placed second at 16-6. Chris Uhle finished third at 16-0.

for him. “Mr. Helfrich was one of my favorite teachers, so I asked him if he could walk for me and get my diploma,” Chris Uhle said. “He was really honored to do that for me. He texted me afterward and said, ‘I finally graduated.’” Olentangy’s graduation began at 6 p.m. After Braves senior Adaora Anunike finished ninth in the shot put (41-3 1/2), she had less than an hour and a half to drive to the Celeste Center. Alphabetically, Anunike was supposed to be the third senior to receive a diploma, but because she was participating in the state meet, the school moved her to near the end of the order. “I think they’re really looking out for me,” Anunike said. “It’s always a real nice thing to have ‘Tangy’ backing you up.” •SOARING TO A NEW RECORD — Medina senior Taylor Burke set the state record in the girls high jump by clearing 6-1 1/4 to win the Division I state title on June 4. Burke broke the previous record of 6-0 that had been set by Cleveland Collinwood’s Christina Estrict in 2000. •ALSO JUMPING TO A TITLE — After Brookhaven senior Nigel Preacher had the state title in the Division I boys high jump locked up June 4, he set his sights on the state record. Preacher jumped 7-0 to win the title then took three shots at 7-3, but came up short. The state record of 7-2 3/4 was set in 2009 by Toledo Rogers’ Erik Kynard Jr. •STATE-RECORD RUN — New Albany’s Taneisha Cordell ran a state-meet record in the girls Division I 800, winning in 2:07.35. Her coach, Otis Winston, is the Division III state meet record holder in the high jump, clearing 7-0 for Toronto in 1992. •IT’S NOT THAT BAD — As Grandview senior Sarah

Meier stood on the second-place step of the awards podium in the Division III girls 300 hurdles, Teddi Joe Maslowski of Steubenville Catholic Central was making her third appearance on top of it. Maslowski, a Duke signee, already had earned the state record earlier in the meet in the 100 hurdles and was the anchor of the team’s winning 800 relay. Still, Meier said she heard Maslowski groan when her time of 44.79 was announced. At the state meet last year, Maslowski set the Division III record when she ran 42.61. “I told her everyone’s time was slower (during the finals) because we were running into a wind,” Meier said. “I was just happy to finally be standing in the No. 2 spot.” Meier finished third in the 300 hurdles at state each of the past two seasons before placing second (45.16) this season. She also added a third-place finish (15.33) in the 100 hurdles June 4. •TOUGH CALL — Grove City Christian’s Jaymie Barns capped a successful season by advancing to the boys 400 in the Division III state meet. Barns would have finished 14th overall but was disqualified for having improper stitching on his shorts. According to coach Brad Seaburn, Barns competed with the same shorts all season. •SHOELESS — Bay Village Bay’s Michael Brajdic and Westerville North’s Brian Hannaford were among the runners who lost a shoe during their races June 4. Brajdic won the 3,200 in Division II (9:25.07) by more than six seconds despite competing without his left shoe for nearly a mile. He will continue his track career at Ohio State. Things didn’t turn out as well for Hannaford in the Division I 3,200. He was hanging with eventual-champion Tsehaye

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Hiluf of Reynoldsburg for the first five laps before one of his shoes got knocked off by another runner. He stuck with the race for another lap before dropping out. •MEMORABLE SEASON — Gahanna Christian had its first Division III state qualifier in Paris Jenkins, who finished 12th (12.8) in the 100. Jenkins will attend Oral Roberts University, where she is considering competing for the track team. •REMINISCING — Grandview coach Brian Schoch watched with pride as the 1,600

relay from Minster stood atop the awards podium after winning in 3:22.11 in the Division III boys meet. “I anchored the (1,600 relay) at Minster 16 years ago when we won the (event at state),” Schoch said. “It was really fun to watch that and remember the good times we had.” •BATTLING THROUGH INJURY — Gahanna sophomore Lynnsey Brim placed second in the Division I girls long jump (18-8 3/4) behind Middleburg Heights Midpark senior Kaila Barber (19-1 3/4) despite nursing a turf toe injury on her left foot. “Turf toe may not sound that serious, but it’s an injury that can be devastating to a track athlete because it makes every step you take painful,” coach Roger Whittaker said. “Lynnsey didn’t even long jump this season until May 5, and she only took three attempts while winning district and regional because we were trying to save her for state. Lynnsey was in pain this season, but she really stepped up and performed well in the meet that matters the most.” Injuries hindered Big Walnut’s Tyler Fifer and Olivia Small last weekend. Fifer, a senior who has two torn ligaments in his left ankle, finished 12th (6-2) in the Division I boys high jump. He had cleared a personal-best 6-10 earlier this year and had qualified for state by going 6-4 at regional May 27 but sustained the injury during a practice before regional. “I had a good season, but obviously I wasn’t healthy and wasn’t able to compete with

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these guys,” Fifer said. “Everyone here is top class. And if you’re not healthy, you can’t compete with them. It was hard enough for me just to walk. I just tried to suck it up and do what I could do. I don’t like to make excuses, but it was hurting.” Small, a freshman, hurt her left hamstring while competing in the 400 relay at regional but two days later was able to jump a personal-best 17-8 1/2 in the long jump to qualify for state. The pain was worse last weekend, however, and she had to withdraw from the competition after her first jump in the final. She tied for ninth (17-1 1/2). “It hurts really bad,” Small said. “My second jump I just pushed it too hard and it went downhill from there. It bothers me because if I would’ve jumped my (personal best) I would’ve been (eighth). It’s just hard.” •RELAY RECORD FALLS — Bexley senior Elijah Scott, junior D.J. Jones, freshman Rasheed Morgan and junior Jalen Robinette became the first Lions athletes to score in the Division II state boys meet since 2007, placing fifth (1:30.16) in the 800 relay on June 4. In the June 3 preliminaries, the relay broke a 42-year-old school record with a time of 1:29.81. “We were close to the school record early in the season,” Jones said. “We came into the meet (thinking) we’d be happy if we got the school record or made it into the finals. We ended up doing both.” www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Compressed natural gas

Ground broken on station Mayor Michael B. Coleman was joined last week by Councilmember Priscilla R. Tyson, representatives of Clintonville-based Clean Fuels Ohio and Columbia Gas of Ohio to break ground on the city’s first compressed natural gas station. It will be, according to the mayor’s spokesman, “the largest fast-fill station of its kind in Ohio and likely in the Midwest.” It is being built at 4211 Groves Road on the South Side and is expected to be open this fall. “This is more than just a fueling station,” Coleman said in a statement. “This marks a moment in history as we transition to a diversified and cleaner fuel for our fleet and our community.” Columbus expects to eliminate about 40,000 gallons of diesel fuel a year, saving approximately $60,000 to $90,000 in fuel costs, the announcement stated. CNG is averaging $1.50 per gas gallon equivalent compared with

more than $4 a gallon of diesel. In addition, CNG reduces carbon emissions by as much as 90 percent. The initial infusion of 24 CNG vehicles for the city will reduce emissions as much as if 96 cars were taken off the road annually. “Columbus is committed to being a regional and national leader in the clean fuel movement,” Tyson, chairwoman of the finance committee, was quoted as saying. The project was supported through a grant Clean Fuels Ohio received from the U.S. Department of Energy in 2009. The total cost of the CNG station is $4.2 million, with $1.1 million coming from the Department of Energy. “While the station is for use by the city of Columbus fleet, it will also be open to area fleets and the general public,” the announcement stated. “We’re excited for the station to open later this fall,” Clean Fuels

Ohio executive director Sam Spofforth said in the statement. “With the rise in diesel and gasoline prices we have seen an increased interest from fleets to convert to CNG. This station will offer businesses, governments and individual motorists in our area another option and help the city save thousands of dollars each year.” This green fleet initiative is part of the Ohio Advanced Transportation Partnership that includes 27 partners across the state led by Clean Fuels Ohio. In total, Clean Fuels Ohio received $11 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Program for its partners. Clean Fuels Ohio is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the use of cleaner domestic fuels and efficient vehicles to the transportation industry, government, and the general public.

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The Book Loft looks to attract wordsmiths with poetry club By GARY SEMAN JR.

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Roger Tompkins wants to give central Ohioans a place to foster interest in poetry. The co-owner of The Book Loft in German Village is helping to form a poetry club for people of all interest and skill levels. “I think every poet wants to do better and people who haven’t published anything want to be discovered and be known to somebody besides themselves,” he said. “And maybe the way to do it is through the people who have the same desire.” Tompkins said he and many of his customers were vexed by the lack of poetry clubs in Columbus.

said. The public is invited to attend the next meeting on the subject, slated for 3 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the bookstore, 631 S. Third St. Tompkins said he hopes to have the club functional by this fall. Tompkins said he wants to keep things informal. Writers would share and discuss their works with their contemporaries and have their poetry critiqued by their peers. “We decided to make this thing a fun thing,” he said. “We’re kind of opening the door to make this possible. We’re not going to charge. The membership is going to be open and free.”

“I just wanted to do it because I like books, I like reading and I like poetry,” he said. Steve Abbott, a professor of English at Columbus State Community College and a poetrybook editor, said he is supportive of the Book Loft’s goal of establishing a poetry club. “There are very few, so clearly there’s a need for it,” he said. Abbott, who is part of a formal poetry workshop at the local Pudding House Publications, said there is benefit to a club that offers serious appraisals of work, not just affirmation. Likewise, emerging poets must be able to accept criticism if they want to improve, he said. www.ThisWeekNEWS.com

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Wedding planning on a budget Your wedding day may be one you have dreamed about your entire life. In those dreams, it’s likely that no expense was spared in making the event memorable for you and your guests. When it comes time to actually plan your wedding, however, you’ll likely be operating on a much tighter budget than you had in those dreams. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to make the event spectacular without spending a small fortune. In addition to the following tips, research will yield many books and online resources devoted to this topic.  Schedule your wedding out of season. There’s no right or wrong time to plan your wedding, but there are dates that are more popular, and thus more expensive. Avoiding the early summer and early fall months makes it easier to negotiate lower prices with vendors. Additionally, Fridays and Sundays tend to be less expensive than Saturdays.  Choose a nontraditional venue for your ceremony or reception. Holding your event in a backyard, park, on public grounds or in another location that doesn’t specialize in hosting weddings is both unique and can be a big cost-saver. Remember, however, to take into consideration the cost of tables, chairs and other rentals.  Don’t spend a lot on invitations. Couples may think the invitation sets the tone for the

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wedding, but the reality is, guests rarely remember the invite after opening the e nve l o p e . Consider cutMICHELLE ting costs by choosing less JOHNSON expensive invitations or even making your own. For the response card, opt for a postcard or even an electronic reply on one of the popular wedding websites to save even more.  Get your friends and family involved. There are likely some very talented people in your circle of friends. Tap them to be part of your special day. You can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars by asking your friends to fill important roles such as photographer, DJ and florist.  Find something borrowed. Friends and family may have centerpieces, apparel or other items from their wedding that they would be honored to loan you for yours. Ask around.  Purchase in season. When choosing flowers, look for varieties that will be in season on your wedding day. You’ll save a bundle and likely have more beautiful arrangements. The same principle works with menu planning. Look for local and in-season foods when deciding what you’ll serve at the reception.

 Negotiate. Don’t hesitate to ask for a discount from your vendors and suppliers. In a tough economy, they may be willing to offer you great rates to get your business. And there’s no harm in asking.  Rent what you can’t afford to buy. Although most brides opt to purchase and store their wedding dress after the big day, few ever wear or do anything with the gown again. By renting, you can wear a designer dress for a fraction of the cost of purchasing.  Reduce the size of your guest list and wedding party. Scrutinize your guest list and consider limiting the number of your attendants. Scaling back can help you save on the cost of invitations, favors, meals and more.  Make wedding purchases with a rewards card. Rather than writing a check, consider using a credit card that rewards you with frequent-flier miles, hotel points or even cash back. Depending on how much you spend, the rewards could help defray the cost of your honeymoon travel. For additional financial assistance, contact Michelle Johnson, financial center manager with Fifth Third Bank. She welcomes the opportunity to take your comments and questions. Please feel free to contact her at 614-492-8888 or MichelleA.Johnson@53.com.

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1749 Elmwood Ave, 43212, Louis J. Spisak, $215,000. 1513 Westwood Ave, 43212, Larry A. Early and Alice K. Early, $212,500. 1204 W 6th Ave, 43212, Chris W. Miller, $115,000.

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HAMPTON RESERVE CONDO B’ful 3 BR, 3 full BA End Unit! GR w/wall of wins, FP & hdwd flrs. Grmt kit w/grnt cntrs & 42” cabs. Enjoy the view of the Nature preserve & pond from the 4-season rm. 1st flr owner ste, lndry & den/or 2nd BR. Hg 2nd flr fin bonus rm w/full BA & tons of add’l storage space. This is a must see & priced thousands below cost of building new. $199,900

WELCOME TO THIS WELL CARED FOR HOME IN SCIOTO WOODS

Some new carpet, newer roof, fenced yard, and open kitchen/living area. Florida room offers additional living space and leads to paver patio, great for summer entertaining. Huge pantry in the kitchen and plenty of cabinet space. Gas fireplace in formal living room. Stop in for a visit and stay for a lifetime! MLS#210027921 $199,900 MLS#211013849

LUXAIR RANCH

COUNTRY RANCH

Well maintained brick ranch home in the heart of Hilliard. New roof in ‘08. Kitchen has been updated w/oak cabinets. Large family room addition w/french doors to the patio & fenced yard. Newer windows, trim & 6-panel doors. 2-car tandem block gar has work benches & electric. Great starter home!!

Enjoy the country life w/city access in this all brick 3 BR, 2 BA ranch. Kitchen w/custom cabinets & hardwood floors, front screened-in patio & oversized 2.5-car garage. Over half acre lot. SOLD “AS IS”. SS Bank Approved

$129,900

$113,000

MLS#210039560

MLS#2923272

WYNNEOAK 2-STORY 5 Striking home at the end of a cul-de-sac with oversize lot!9 foot ceilings give a spacious feeling to this great home w/large FR & sunlit bayed eating area. Island kit w/plentiful cabinetry & first flr lndry. Fin LL, patio & more to explore! $189,900

MLS#211000742

5286 VALLEY FORGE ST.

SCIOTO WOODS 2-STORY 1542 BENDELOW DR

Property has it all! Stream, fire pit, pond, patio, deck, hot tub & 3-season rm. Owners suite w/new Berber carpet & private access to BA. Wood floors on 1st floor. Large FR open to DR. New appl’s, roof & siding. Newly finished basement w/built-ins, surround sound & office. $162,999 MLS#210033896

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME RIGHT HERE!!!

HUMMELL GROVE 4-LEVEL SPLIT

This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath features an updated kitchen with Corian like counters, SS appliances. Updated bath w/ceramic floor & shower. New roof & siding 2009, new H20 tank in 2008. Laminate floor entry hall. ¾ red oak floor in kitchen & dining room. Close to shopping and community parks. $134,900

MLS#211010210

GROVE CITY ACREAGE

Well maintained condo in Southern Point with detached 2 car garage. Upgraded fixtures throughout home and neutral decor. Large master with plant ledge and walk in closet. Upstairs laundry. Nice covered porch. Walk to parks and community pool.

50.66 acres Agricultural zoning. CAUV This amazing piece of property is located on renewed, Lease rights until December a quiet cul-de-sac just a few minutes from 2011 farming 48.20 acres with income of shopping and Rt 161. 13 acres of beautiful $4,820 annually. protected wetlands just at the end of the lane and neighbors with horses. What more could you want from your future home site?

$104,900

$99,900

MLS#211004602

MLS# 211013794 $379,950

MLS#210016851


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