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Restaurant requests town center loan By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers A new restaurant is seeking funds through the town center loan program created by Grove City last year. The Town Center Loan Review Committee met Wednesday, May 25, to review a loan request from Tossed-NGrilled, 3985 Broadway. The committee recommended the restaurant be approved for a $110,000,

10-year loan, clerk of city council Tami Kelly said. Tossed-N-Grilled is only the second company to receive a positive recommendation from the committee since the loan program began. Quicksquare Consulting was the first. City council voted in November 2010 to award the company a $150,000, 20year loan at the same 3-percent interest rate the committee has recommended for Tossed-N-Grilled.

The Community Capital Development Corp. is being paid up to $45,000 a year to administer the $1-million loan program, which was established to promote town center economic development. The loan process usually starts with a referral from the city development department. Applicants provide the same documentation and information a bank would require before granting a loan. That includes tax returns, a business plan and a credit analysis.

Program guidelines require applicants to have a commercial banking relationship and adequate collateral. Tossed-N-Grilled has a security loan on the primary residence of owners Abdallah Bahij and Natalie Dennison, Kelly said. “They’re putting up their home as collateral,” she said. Documents submitted to the loan review committee reveal the restaurant plans to serve lunch and dinner.

“It’s going to be a nice little restaurant,” Kelly said. A sample menu included salads, sandwiches, gyros, hamburgers, soups, frozen yogurt and beer. A liquor license for the business is pending, Kelly said. The restaurant also plans to offer board games, wireless Internet and a largescreen television to encourage family dining. See RESTAURANT, page A3

Lumberyard park proposal considered by city council


By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers The old lumberyard site behind City Hall will become a park, if Grove City Council members approve a proposal from council member Steve Bennett at their June 6 meeting. Bennett introduced an orNo one is buying dinance, which proposes spendit. We’ve spent more ing $110,000 than $2 million on from the genermarketing and adveral fund on the project, for a tising it and we’re still first reading at at square one. It’s time the May 16 to do what we should council meethave done 10 or 12 ing. It is scheduled for a secyears ago. ond reading and public STEVE BENNET hearing Mon—Council member day evening. “What we are going to do is take a property that’s in ill repair and is owned by the city and bring it up to standards,” Bennett said on May 27. In March, council members voted 3-2 to get cost

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Grove City High School freshman Dallas Bowshier pretends to be a bowling ball as he somersaults into 10 Greyhounds baseball players to pass time during a rain delay before a Division I regional semifinal at Dublin Coffman on May 26. The game eventually was postponed and rescheduled for the next day. Grove City beat West Chester Lakota West 5-3 in the semifinal and defeated Westerville Central 10-3 on May 28 to win the regional title. See Sports, page B1.


Park Street students keep Summer Sizzle floral tradition blooming Concerts begin June 3 By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

It’s one of the signs of spring in Grove City. Fifth-graders from Grove City’s Park Street Intermediate School spent Wednesday, May 25, learning about citizenship while planting flowers in the town center. As she’s done every year for the last decade, teacher Debbie Delozier and her teaching partner, Mindy Sowers, brought about 60 children to beautify the town center. “Part of our curriculum talks to the kids and introduces them to the idea of good citizenship and what it takes to be a good

citizen,” Delozier said. “In fifth grade, they’re not quite so self-centered and they can grow beyond themselves,” she said of her students. “That’s a nice tie-in with their social studies curriculum on citizenship.” The field trip started when state Rep. Cheryl Grossman was Grove City’s mayor, and Delozier, who is a friend of Grossman’s, asked if her class could help the city. “She hooked me up with (environmental specialist) Linda Rosine,” Delozier said. “(Rosine) brings the flowers and brings down the trash bags and the gloves.” The students walk to City Hall

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from their school and plant flowers in 16 large pots throughout the town center, Rosine said. A plaque in the town center next to the Graeter’s Ice Cream honors Delozier’s students for their work over the years. “The flowers are based on the flowers .... in the hanging baskets (along city streets) in the summer,” Rosine said. After the planting is finished, she said, “The kids break up into teams with their chaperones and their teachers, and they go throughout the town center doing a cleanup.” This year, the students collected more than 100 See FLOWERS, page A2


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Music will fill Grove City’s town center when the Summer Sizzle Concert Series begins Friday, June 3. The annual concert series, sponsored by the Grove City Parks and Recreation Department and Grove City Tomorrow, features a wide variety of styles from ’70s to zydeco. “It’s one of those things to provide free entertainment for the community, to bring the community together and to showcase the businesses located downtown,” said recreation superintendent Ed Merritt. The concerts are held from 7 to 8:30 p.m Fridays and Saturdays at the Town Center Plaza, on the corner of Park Street and Broadway. Admission is free. “It’s basically right out in front of Graeter’s (Ice Cream),” Merritt said. “There’s a little stage

emorial Day was not conceived to be the kickoff to summer activities or as a reason to schedule a three-day weekend. It was established to recognize the nation’s military veterans who died while fighting for their country. In keeping with efforts to recognize and honor the sacrifices and service of military veterans, ThisWeek Community Media is launching Honoring Heroes, a continuing series through which we will share the stories and remembrances from and about local men and women who are either on active duty or retired from service. As part of covering their beats, our reporters often hear about and write about veterans leaving for overseas or com-

A closer look The concerts are held from 7 to 8:30 p.m Fridays and Saturdays at the Town Center Plaza, on the corner of Park Street and Broadway. Admission is free. The concerts will be canceled in case of inclement weather. Call the city’s special events hotline at 277-1818 for the latest status.

set up right there, and on the Friday evenings, we close Park Street down for a little more space and have the kids’ games and activities.” Sidewalk chalk, hula hoops and a small cornhole game are provided “so the kids can have fun running around and letting off a little steam,” Merritt said. See CONCERTS, page A2

ing home at the end of a tour of duty. We’ve covered funeral services of those who have sacrificed their lives. We’ve written about soldiers who arrive at their homes or their children’s schools to unexpectedly surprise their delighted families. We know many more stories are out there, waiting to be told. We want to tell them. And we need your help. If you have a story idea about a friend, family member or colleague, let us know by emailing, with the subject line, “Honoring Heroes.” Honoring Heroes isn’t just a ThisWeek Community Media project: It’s about sharing history.

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City council to review town center park proposal Continued from page A1 estimates to clean up the lumberyard. Gregory Grinch and Melissa Albright voted against that resolution. They said the city recently issued a request for proposals for the town center, a move designed to attract private developers. Grinch suggested money spent on the lumberyard might be wasted if a developer chooses to build

there. Proposals for redeveloping the town center are due at 3 p.m. June 16. On May 27, Bennett pointed out problems with the lumberyard property, including the small parking area on the property’s northern edge. “(The parking lot) is a gravel base, which is against city code. Nobody else can do that,” Bennett said.

Bennett said the city needs to take measures now to improve the space, which has been sitting vacant for more than a decade. “No one is buying it. We’ve spent more than $2 million on marketing and advertising it and we’re still at square one,” Bennett said. “It’s time to do what we should have done 10 or 12 years ago. ... We’ve got to start somewhere.”

Some benches are available for seating and patrons can bring their own lawn chairs. The Saturday events, known as Saturdays in the Grove, feature artwork by local artists. Artists and performers are still being sought. Those interested in sharing their work or their talents should download an application from Artists encouraged to apply include those working with glass, jewelry, paint, ceramics, sculpture, metal, wood and fiber. Stiltwalkers, magicians, caricature artists and face-painters also are welcome.

town center plan. The parking and street improvements, together with the lumberyard renovations, would cost the city about $2.5 million. In April, Mike Keller, an engineer with EMH&T, presented a plan for the site, including screening trees along the railroad tracks, fencing along Grove City Road, a few tables and park benches and water service.


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If the site is revamped into a temporary park, “we’ve got an enhanced property that might be sold, or, if people come down there and use it, maybe it will stay a park.” EMH&T engineering consultants also have drafted plans to pave the gravel lot and improve Park Street and Grove City Road with head-in parking, as recommended in the most recent

“If you’re a music lover, come downtown,” Merritt said. “It’s a great way to bring the family together and enjoy good weather.” The concerts will be canceled in the case of inclement weather. The status of the event will be announced on the city’s special events hotline at (614) 277-1818. The Friday concert schedule is: June 3, Top Priority Band, classic rock; June 10, Paul Clark Band, oldies rock; June 17, Blues at Last, jazz; June 24, Coyote Canyon Band, variety-family favorites; July 8,Agent 99, ’70s variety; July 15, Robin Lacy and DeZydeco, zydeco-New Orleans; July 22, Soul Kitch’n, jazz; Aug. 5, These Guys Live, classic rock; Aug. 12,

Phantomz, oldies rock; and Aug. 19, Cyndi Black Big Band, big band. The Saturday concert schedule is: June 4, Eight Days a Week, Beatles tribute band; June 11,Voices Off Broadway, broadwaychoral; June 18, Lost River Band, country; June 25, Bits and Pieces, jazz; July 9, GCCN Big Band, big band; July 16, Rob Adams Acoustic, acoustic; July 23, Andrew Varner, variety; Aug. 6, Jeff Meyers-EDMW, acoustic; Aug. 13, Marquis 66, classic rock; and Aug. 20, Dwight Lenox, jazz. For more information, contact the Grove City Parks and Recreation Office at (614) 277-3050 or visit

Continued from page A1 pounds of trash, Rosine said. “It’s fairly clean, but they always seem to find stuff, which is really great,” she said. Delozier’s class partners with a special needs class at Park Street throughout the year and includes them in the annual field trip. “We try to include them as much as possible,” Delozier said. “Our kids just do a great job of helping them. They tie trash bags onto their wheelchairs and make them as much a part of the group as possible.” If the class has time, they’ll take a tour of the town center,

and they almost always make a stop at Graeter’s Ice Cream. “They really do like it,” Rosine said of the field trip. It’s a way for (Delozier) to let the kids know what it’s like to give back to the community.” After the classes return to Park Street, they write thank-you notes to Rosine, urban forester Jodee Lowe and their chaperones. “A couple of students commented in their thank-you notes that it felt good to something for someone else,” Delozier said.


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Statistics released May 25 by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority show the city’s three airport facilities have become major contributors to the local economy. Elaine Roberts, airport authority president and CEO, said Port Columbus International Airport, Rickenbacker Airport and Bolton Field facilities are responsible for more than $2.7 billion a year in economic activity. The airport authority has a construction budget of more than $117 million this year for improvement and expansion projects, with more than $490 million in capital expenditures occurring since 2005. These projects are funded by federal airport improvement grants, federal American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funding, airport revenue bonds, user fees and airport authority funds. “In addition to the significant, ongoing economic impact created by the airports, several major, multi-year construction projects are fueling even greater economic growth in the region,” Roberts said. The first major project is the replacement of the south runway at Port Columbus. The replacement runway, which will be 702

airport property by providing enough separation from the north runway for simultaneous arrivals and departures, Roberts said. The new location also sets the stage for a second passenger terminal, which will be built in the center of the airport property, as dictated by increased passenger activity. The existing south runway, which includes original 1928 pavement in some areas, has been extended and repaved over the years and with this new project will be converted to a taxiway. The airport authority’s board of directors has approved more than $45 million in runway-replacement project funds. The majority of those funds will go to Shelly & Sands Inc. for paving and electrical work, as well as the installation of aircraft navigational aids, Roberts said. The entire four-year project, which includes modifications to the airport golf course, is estimated about $143 million. Earth and utility work is under way, with the runway expected to open June 2013. The board also approved more than $4.2 million in funds for the final phase of pavement rehabilitation and lighting replacement for a runway at Rickenbacker, the cargo-dedicated airport on the south side of Columbus, Roberts said. After its comple-


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tion, the project will have spanned three years and resulted in an investment of about $15.3 million. Another major construction project currently under way at Port Columbus is the new in-line baggage-screening system that is expected to enhance safety and customer service, Roberts said. Terminal-lobby congestion will be alleviated when the screening

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Wind, weather created past havoc This has been one of those years when we have seen a lot of rain in the early spring. It certainly has not been the first time this has happened and it certainly will not be the last. ED At the rate we are going, LENTZ the rainfall may even set a record. A lot of people have left Ohio in recent years for any number of reasons. Many people, attracted by the possibilities of new work in a new place, have left Ohio and the “Rustbelt” for the “Sunbelt” states of the southern United States. And in those Sunbelt states, many people have found what they sought: new jobs in a new place. It is a place that is dry and clear and clean and where people do not have to worry about snow and sleet and hail. But then, on the other hand, they might have to worry about having any water at all. If I had to choose, I would take the snow. And so, too, apparently, did a lot of our forebears. It is interesting to note that when our country was being settled, people flooded into America from Great Britain to all parts of the Atlantic Coast from Georgia to Maine. For a number of reasons, the north was settled faster than the south and the first great cities of America were places like Boston, New York and Philadelphia. It is also important to observe that when Americans began moving, they did not move south. They moved west into the territory north and west of the Ohio River. It was this Ohio Country, this Northwest Territory, which became the place most Americans wanted to be. It is not hard to see why. The land in New England and the Middle Colonies was hard and thin and brittle to the plow. The topsoil in Ohio was six, 10 and even

12 inches deep and easy to the plow. The summers were warm — but not too warm. The winters were cold — but not too cold. It seemed like a good place to be. And it was. It is. Most of the time. Those few times when it isn’t take some getting used to. My friends from Florida sometimes visit me. These veterans of more than one hurricane have asked me often how I can live in the shadow of the tornadoes that sweep across the state. My friends from Oregon — who saw a volcano explode in their neighborhood — ask me how we survive the great blizzards of occasional Ohio winters. My answer to them is always the same: If a hurricane or a volcano cannot be frightening to you,

why should a swift and simple wind — with or without a little snow — be fearful to me? If you grow up in Tornado Alley, you do not fear the wind. The rain is another matter. The rain, with enough time and enough force, brings the great floods that have swept through the state from time to time. From the time it was settled, the town at the forks of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers saw more than 11 major floods between 1798 and 1913. They always came in the spring, between February and April, and put most of the lowlands around Columbus under five to 15 feet of water. The worst one came in March 1913. The ground See AS IT WERE, page A5

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AS IT WERE Continued from page A4 in central Ohio was still frozen when a spring storm dumped five inches of rain on the empty land. The flood that followed put the West Side of Columbus under more than a dozen feet of water and killed 94 people. After the flood, the Army Corps of Engineers came to town and put measures in place to prevent a flood like that from ever happening again. The result was a whole new set of bridges across the Scioto and the widening of the Scioto to twice its previous width as it passed through the downtown. From these beginnings came the riverfront, a whole new entrance to the city from the west along U.S. Route 40 (the National Road), a road whose bicentennial is being celebrated this year. The Corps of Engineers was successful. A flood like the one in 1913 has never happened again. A flood in 1959 that put much of the Near West Side under water

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happened for different reasons. And those conditions have been corrected as well. So we like to think the worst problems have been solved. And so they have. But then, there is always the rain. Living in central Ohio, I suppose we need to understand that a lot of wind and water will still be our lot. This is nothing new. In August 1831, Isaac Appleton Jewett wrote home to Boston from Columbus, then a town of

less than 2,000 people: “Torrents of rain have been pouring down upon us the entire summer. Deucalion’s age would have been a dry time to this. The heavens are hung with black for weeks. Indeed, I may say with truth, we have not had a clear day this summer.” Some things change in central Ohio. Some things do not. Ed Lentz writes a history column for ThisWeek.

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Coming up To add, remove or update a list- stay-at-home moms and their ing, email editorial@thisweek- children, the first Wednesday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at ty United Methodist Church, 4850 Haughn Road. Contact Events Amy at Flea Market/Bake Sale, or 875-5859. sponsored by the Norton MidGrove City Noon Lions, noon dle School PTA, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays Saturday, June 4, at the school, of the month at China Bell 215 Norton Road. Proceeds will Restaurant, 1947 Stringtown be used for PTA-sponsored ac- Road. tivities. To arrange donations, Grove City Lions Club, 6:45 call Mary at (614) 878-4381. p.m. the second and fourth Our Lady of Perpetual Help Wednesday of the month at Athletics Golf Outing, Satur- Beautiful Savior Lutheran day, June 25, at Upper Lans- Church, 2213 White Road. All downe Golf Course, 17565 Win- are welcome. Contact Dave Dilchester Road, Ashville. Scram- dine at ble format with dinner and door or (614) 565-0995. prizes for $75. Email Jerry Testa Grove City Community at or call Club, 7:30 p.m. the second TuesScott Lindsey at (614) 351-4979 day of the month at 3397 Civic with questions. Registration in- Drive. For club or building rental formation is online at http://olph- information, call Janet Hysell at 875-3819. More information is Meetings and Clubs available at www.grovecityRotary Club of Grove City, 7:30 a.m. every Thursday in the Kiwanis Club of Grove City, Grand Ballroom at the Pinnacle 6:30 p.m. the first and third TuesGolf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Club days of each month at the AmazDrive. Socializing begins at 7 ing Grace Church, 2255 Quail a.m. Visit www.grovecityro- Creek Blvd. Call 539-3610. Women’s Civic Club of Grove City Moms, a club for Grove City, 7 p.m. the first

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Mound Street to Mt. Calvary to Greenlawn Avenue on the north. Call (614) 562-4728 West Columbus Civitan Club, 6:30 p.m. first and third Tuesdays of the month at Home Town Buffet in Consumer Square on West Broad Street. Call (800) 248-4826.

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In brief Youth baseball signup nearing The Grove City Parks and Recreation Department will hold registration for fall youth baseball in June. Interested participants may sign up at City Hall, 4035 Broadway, from 8 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, through Thursday, June 30. The office will be open until 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28. All registrations received after Thursday, June 30, will be charged a $20 late fee. Children between the ages of 5 and 18 who live in Grove City or Jackson Township are eligible to participate. Participants who reside outside the city or township are eligible to play, but are required to pay an additional $10 non-resident fee. League assignments are based on age as of Aug. 1, 2011. First-time registrants must bring the

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participant’s birth certificate, proof of Grove City residency (current utility bill, current check stub or bank statement) and payment. Practices will begin Monday, Aug. 1, and opening day is Saturday, Aug. 27. Games are held at Windsor Park, 4330 Dudley Ave. Volunteer coaches are needed; applications may be picked up at City Hall. Paid umpire positions and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, visit www.grove or call the Grove City Parks and Recreation Department at (614) 2773050.

Each Thursday, from June 16 to Aug. 4, a family-friendly movie will be shown on a large inflatable screen at dusk on the sledding hill at Fryer Park, 3899 Orders Road. The 2011 outdoor movie series schedule is: June 16, “How to Train Your Dragon;” June 23, “Racing Stripes;” June 30, “The Karate Kid;” July 7, “Stuart Little;” July 14, “An American Tail;” July 21, “West Side Story;” July 28, “Over the Hedge;” and Aug. 4, “Cars.” Viewers should bring a lawn chair or blanket. Participants may bring snacks (no glass); ice cream and popcorn will be sold. For more information, visit City schedules or call the Grove outdoor movies City Parks and Recreation office at (614) Grove City’s Fryer Flicks on the Hill will 277-3050. Call (614) 277-3060 or check bring the silver screen to the outdoors this Grove City’s Twitter or Facebook pages for summer. weather cancellation information.

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REGIONAL CHAMPIONS Grove City state bound for 1st time since 1983 By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Grove City High School baseball coach Ryan Alexander could see this coming. The Greyhounds earned the program’s first state tournament berth since 1983 with a 10-3 win over Westerville Central in a Division I regional final on May 28 at Dublin Coffman. Grove City plays Liberty Township Lakota East in a state semifinal at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at Huntington Park. The winner advances to play Willoughby South or Perrysburg for the title at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Huntington Park. “The last three years I knew we had guys capable of this,” said Alexander, whose team is 22-10 overall. “I played in the (1997) regionals when I was a sophomore in high school (at Bellaire St. John). It was the best time of my life. After that I knew I wanted to teach and coach because there wasn’t anything better than getting there. These guys have surpassed that, so I can only imagine what level they’re on right now.” Grove City hit four home runs against Central, including a grand slam by Mitchell Stephens in the top of the seventh inning for an 8-3 lead. “I just wanted to hit the ball hard,”

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Grove City coach Ryan Alexander gets water dumped on him by Jordan Halley after the Greyhounds beat Westerville Central 10-3 in a Division I regional final May 28 at Dublin Coffman. Grove City plays Liberty Township Lakota East in a state semifinal at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at Huntington Park.

Stephens said. “It just went over (the fence). This is great to go back to states. There’s still more to go. We just have to keep hitting and get strong pitching and defense. We can do it.” Ken Reichle and T.J. DeVore hit back-

to-back home runs in the seventh and Caleb Woodson hit a two-run homer in the first. Woodson, who is hitting .422, leads the team with six homers. “It’s like I set the tone,” Woodson said of his home run against Central.

“This is surreal, everything that has lowed three runs on six hits with four happened. I didn’t think at the begin- strikeouts and one walk in four innings. ning of the year that we were going to Drew Artrip pitched the final three innings. make it this far.” Stephens was the winning pitcher for the third consecutive game. He alSee BASEBALL, page B2

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Central Crossing’s Jacquelyn Fowler (left), Ciera Williams and Michaela Dorsey get a hug from assistant coach Lee Pyles after the Comets’ 4-3 loss to Gahanna in a Division I regional final May 28 at Ohio State.


Central Crossing falls short in regional final By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

An hour after their season ended, Lindsay Carmean, Skye Dorsey, Dakota Pyles, Allissa Turkovich and Kendra Willis received a reminder of what they accomplished this season with the Central Crossing High School softball team. Following a 4-3 loss to Gahanna in a Division I regional final on May 28 at Ohio State, the Comets seniors received a

standing ovation from their classmates at the school’s commencement ceremony in Veterans Memorial. The softball team became the first at Central Crossing to win a league or district title since the school opened in fall 2002. “Getting a standing ovation at graduation was the coolest thing that has happened to me in my whole high school career,” said Carmean, whose team finished 25-3 overall and was ranked third in the final Division I state

poll. “It was really amazing that Corey Meyer, our valedictorian, mentioned us in his speech and how we made our school proud. I felt like we had our whole school behind us.” Graduation capped off an emotional few days for the Comets, who beat Teays Valley 3-2 on May 26 in a regional semifinal before losing to the Lions. Central Crossing looked like See SOFTBALL, page B3

The Central Crossing High School girls track and field team could have had a larger contingent in the Division I regional meet. The Comets only advanced their 400-meter relay, which finished 15th in 52.36 seconds May 25 at Pickerington North and did not qualify for the finals. They nearly made it out of the district 4 meet a week earlier at Hamilton Township in several other events, however. Senior Sarah Hunter placed fifth while setting a program record in the 300 hurdles (47.65), classmate Tia Smith was sixth in the 3,200 (11:59.56) and the 800 relay also finished sixth (1:48). The top four in each event advanced to regional. “We drew into a tough district,” said coach Glenn Blue, whose team placed 10th with 16 points at district as Hilliard Davidson (110) captured the team title. “They all are, of course, but being in another district would have given us more chances. “Our (800 relay), for example, would have gotten out at some of the other sites (district 2 and district 3). It’s the same with Sarah. She would have made it (in district 1 and district 3). It just came down to us being in a very strong district.” Freshman Kara Barber and

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Harve Crabtree of Grove City competes in the preliminaries of the 110-meter hurdles during the Division I regional meet May 25 at Pickerington North. Crabtree finished 15th in the event in 17 seconds. The top four qualified for state.

junior Kendal Witherup are expected to return on the 400 relay, although Hunter and classmate Ayana Colvin are graduating. Katrina Martin, a junior who teamed with Barber, Colvin and Hunter on the 800 relay, should be another top returnee. Another senior, Samantha

Downing, posted one of the team’s best finishes in the OCCCentral Division meet May 12 and 14 at Davidson by placing second in the shot put (31 feet, 2 inches). The Comets finished seventh (26) behind Dublin CoffSee TRACK, page B3

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Grove City players and coaches celebrate near the mound after recording the final out of the victory over Westerville Central.

BASEBALL Continued from page B1 Stephens was the winning pitcher in a 5-3 victory over West Chester Lakota West in a regional semifinal May 27 at Coffman. He relieved Artrip in the third inning and didn’t allow a hit over the final 4 1/3 innings. Stephens is 10-4 with a 4.66 ERA, 36 strikeouts and 15 walks, while Artrip is 5-1 with a 1.89 ERA, 29 strikeouts and 14 walks. “This is the first (Grove City) team that’s been (to the state tournament) in a while,” Artrip said. “We’d like to go all the way.” Against Central, Grove City trailed 3-2 in the fifth inning when Drew Nankivell’s fielder’s choice grounder and Reichle’s infield single delivered the tying and goahead runs. Reichle leads the team with 28 RBI and Nankivell, who began the season on junior varsity, is hitting .482. Lakota East (22-7) earned the program’s first regional title with a 7-0 win over Vandalia Butler on May 28. The Thunderhawks earned a spot in a regional final with a 1-0 win in 12 innings over Clayton Northmont on May 27. Lakota East pitchers have not allowed a run in 34 innings. Senior Evan Hills, who has committed to the University of Cincinnati, and junior Mike Conrad lead the staff. “Everything we have heard on them is how solid of a team they are coming from the Cincinnati area,” Alexander said. “They play against top competition and have survived that district. ... We

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The Greyhounds’ Drew Nankivell connects with a pitch for a single during the 5-3 victory over West Chester Lakota West in a regional semifinal May 27.

know they are going to be a great team. We have also heard about their stud lefty pitcher (Conrad) and senior righty (Hills) who is going to Cincinnati to pitch. We are excited to play anyone at Huntington Park at this point. We will bring our ‘A’ game and play with confidence to win a game.” Willoughby South (25-5) reached the state tournament with a 6-5 win over Green in a regional final May 28. Key players for the Rebels are senior center fielder Aaron Lind-

gren and junior pitcher Cameron Knott, who improved to 8-1 with the win in relief against Green. Perrysburg (24-3) earned the program’s second state tournament berth with a 9-2 win over Strongsville in a regional final May 28. Senior Matt Garbig hit a three-run homer for the Yellow Jackets. Grove City also beat BloomCarroll 12-9 in a regular-season game May 25.

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GCHS to offer basketball camps Grove City High School will play host to basketball camps on June 6-10 for children entering grades 4-9 (8:30 a.m. to noon) and kindergarten through third grade (1 to 2:30 p.m.). For more information, contact GCHS boys

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Grove City Christian School’s Jaymie Barns dedicated his offseason to preparing for a berth in the Division III state boys track and field meet. That work helped give Barns the opportunity to represent his school in the 400 meters on Friday, June 3, at Ohio State. The top eight finishers in the preliminaries advance to the finals on Saturday, June 4. Barns, a senior, earned the state berth by winning the 400 in a personal-best 50.03 seconds in the regional meet May 27 at Fairfield Union. “I felt good out of the blocks, which were held by my older brother, Jessie,” Barns said. “I knew I had to stay with Kyle (Connery of Reedsville Eastern) if I was going to make it. Once in the final stretch, I felt someone to my side and that kept me going. I gave it all I had in my heart.” Connery was second in 50.51. Jessie Barns was a standout in football at Grove City Christian and graduated in 2010. Jaymie Barns enters the state meet ranked fourth in the event. “Jaymie has surprised me with how well he has been doing, but he really put the work in during the offseason and during the season, and his hard work has really paid off,” coach Brad Seaburn said. “This will be his first trip to the state meet and we feel he has a great chance to do well. We will find out on Friday how well he does, but I am sure we will be coming back on Saturday to run against the top seven 400 runners in the state.” Grove City Christian finished 18th (14 points) behind firstplace Columbus Academy (71) as 46 teams scored. Barns also accounted for his team’s other four points as he qualified for the finals in the 100 before finishing fifth (11.25). The top four finishers in each event advanced to state. Junior Zack Casparro finished 15th in the discus (108 feet, 7 inches). •The softball team won its first MOCAL title since 2008 by finishing 9-0 in the league. The Eagles finished 16-7 overall, losing to Danville 10-4 in the second round of the Division IV

Below is the state qualifier for the Grove City Christian track & field teams with regional event, place and time/distance/height: BOYS — Jaymie Barns: 400 (first, 50.03) GIRLS — None Other regional results: BOYS — Barns: 100 (fifth, 11.25); Zack Casparro: discus (15th, 1087)

Other players expected to return next season are sophomores Kirsten Folzenlogen and Katelyn Justice and freshmen Nichelina Frank and Katelyn Lauer. •After beginning the season 1-5, the baseball team bounced back to finish 11-9 overall and 6-3 in the MOCAL. The Eagles, who won the previous three MOCAL titles, finished third behind Tree of Life (8-2) and Fairfield Christian (72), who shared the championship because Fairfield Christian played one fewer game because of bad weather, and ahead of Madison Christian (3-6), Gahanna Christian (2-5) and Delaware Christian (1-9). After beating Wellington 182 in five innings in the first round of the Division IV district tournament May 9, Grove City Christian lost to second-seeded Shekinah Christian 3-0 on May 11. The Eagles will lose seniors Jacob Gloyd, Sam Hatfield and Andrew Paquin. Gloyd, who batted .339, was first-team all-MOCAL and alldistrict. On the mound, Gloyd was 6-3 with a 1.18 ERA, 72 strikeouts and 23 walks. Freshman shortstop Michael Howard, who led the team in hitting (.431), was first-team allMOCAL and second-team alldistrict. Junior Casey Fisher, who batted .323 with five home runs and 28 RBI, was second-team allMOCAL and honorable mention all-district. Hatfield and junior Josh Zeller were honorable mention allMOCAL. Also expected back next season are sophomores Mack Brunney and Ronnie Gallion and freshmen Tanner Buhrts, Tyler Elgin, Matt Fritz and Casey Stauffer. Gallion missed the season because of a right elbow injury. “It took us awhile to jell and for the freshmen to get some experience, so we ended up 10-4 the last 14 games,” coach Steve Bowshier said. “The weather canceled six to seven winnable games that we had against Division IV opponents, so our record was a little deceiving as how we played towards the end of the season.”

district tournament May 12. Grove City Christian defeated Fairfield Christian 9-5 in the first round May 10. In the MOCAL, the Eagles finished ahead of Madison Christian (7-3), Tree of Life (5-4), Delaware Christian (3-7), Fairfield Christian (2-7) and Gahanna Christian (1-6). “Winning the title outright and going undefeated in the league was definitely a goal of ours,” coach Lisa Horsley said. “The girls worked hard to get to that. They earned it.” Horsley said a sweep of defending champion Tree of Life was a key to her team’s title. The Eagles defeated Tree of Life 6-3 on April 21 and 8-0 on April 26. The Eagles will lose six players to graduation, including catcher Brooke Warner, who was named MOCAL Player of the Year for the second consecutive season after hitting .385 with a team-high 34 RBI. Warner was first-team all-district. Senior shortstop Lindsey Eickel was first-team allMOCAL and second-team alldistrict after hitting a team-best .569 with 28 RBI. Senior Megan Keating was second-team all-MOCAL, and seniors Caitlyn Kennedy and Chelsea Peters were honorable mention all-MOCAL. The other senior was Ally Tiller, who missed the season after breaking her finger during a preseason scrimmage. Junior pitcher Megan Creasap was 13-6 with a 2.44 ERA, 117 strikeouts and 29 walks. She was first-team all-MOCAL and second-team all-district. Junior Sara Stiffler batted .383.

Ready offering several summer camps Ready High School is offering various sports camps this summer. Boys basketball camps are scheduled June 8-10 for fourth- through sixth-graders (9 a.m. to noon) and ninth-graders (1 to 4 p.m.), and June 20-23 for seventh- and eighth-graders (1 to 4 p.m.). Girls basketball camp for fourth- through eighthgraders is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to noon June 27-30. Football camp for fifth- through eighth-graders is scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 13-17.

Volleyball camps are scheduled June 7-10 for seventh- and eighth-graders (6 to 8 p.m.), June 2022 for fourth- through sixth-graders (10 a.m. to noon) and ninth-graders (8 to 10 p.m.), and July 12-15 for fourth- through sixth-graders (6 to 8 p.m.). Wrestling camp for fourth- through 12th-graders is scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 7-10. For more information and registration forms, visit Ready’s website ( or call the athletics department at (614) 276-5263.

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Knights to take shots at state track titles By JARROD ULREY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Ready High School boys and girls track and field teams completed regional competition last weekend with a combined five championships and realistic hopes that they could add to that total in the state meet. Emily Morris will compete for the title in Division II girls shot put at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Ohio State. Nick Frye, Taron Slone and Demetrius Clark all advanced to state in individual events and the boys 400-meter and 800 relays also moved on in Division III, which holds its running preliminaries at 10 a.m. Friday, June 3, and finals at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 4. “It’s pretty surprising what (the boys) are doing,” Slone said. “We were looking good at the CCL meet (May 12 and 14) and each week we’ve improved.” Morris earned her final chance at a state title in the shot put by winning

the Division II regional championship May 28 in Dayton Welcome Stadium with a throw of 42 feet, 3 1/2 inches. She had the second-best throw among all four regionals behind Washington Court House’s Jessica Guyett, who won the regional at Byesville Meadowbrook with an effort of 42-6. Last season, Morris took third at state with a throw of 40-3 1/2. She was second (40-11) as a sophomore. Her performance helped the girls team score 10 points and tie BloomCarroll, Buckeye Valley and Cincinnati Taft for 21st behind champion Hartley (82) as 49 teams scored. Morris was in third place heading into the finals of the shot put. “I won, which I’m really excited about actually,” Morris said. “I missed my graduation (May 28) for this and I knew if I didn’t throw it far enough (during the finals) that I was only going to get third place. So I got a little bit extra distance on it.”

At a glance

Below are the state qualifiers for the Ready track & field teams with regional event, place and time/distance/height: BOYS — Demetrius Clark: 100 (fourth, 11.24); Nick Frye: 110 hurdles (first, 14.72); Taron Slone: 100 (first, 10.73); 400 relay: Clark,

Frye and Slone also enter state among the title favorites in their individual events. After finishing 11th at state in the 110 hurdles (15.63 seconds) last season, Frye has taken a big step forward this spring. His winning time of 14.72 on May 27 at Fairfield Union was the best time among competitors at the four Division III regionals. Slone’s first-place time of 10.73 in the 100 also was the state’s best at the

Halston Jones, Frye and Slone (first, 43.96); 800 relay: Frye, Clark, Jones and Slone (first, 1:31.2) GIRLS — Emily Morris: shot put (first, 42-3 1/2) Other regional results: BOYS — Clark: 200 (10th, 23.98) GIRLS — 400 relay: Caitlin McAndrew, Holland Jones, Clare Bochy and Carly Culbertson (ninth, 52.08)

hard to get better. Last year (at state) I’d never been in front of that many people for a track meet before, so I was nervous. I don’t think I’ll be so nervous this time.” Clark took fourth in the 100 (11.24) at regional to advance individually. Clark, Frye and Slone were joined by Halston Jones on the 400 relay (43.96) and 800 relay (1:31.2), both of which took first at regional. The boys team placed second (45) of 46 teams that scored at regional, which was won by Columbus Academy (71). “I’m absolutely excited for the relays,” Frye said. “I’ve never been on a relay that got to state before.” “At the beginning of the season, we weren’t looking too good (in the relays), but we’ve put it together,” Slone said.

regional level. He finished 16th in the 100 (11.58) at state last year. “I usually go out to race the clock,” Frye said. “If I stumble or get out to a bad start, there are people that can beat me. I’ve been getting out better this year by making sure my lead leg gets over the hurdle. This year I’ve worked on strengthening my right leg more.” “There’s a big target on my back,” Slone said. “I know everybody is work- ing hard to go faster, so it pushes me


At a glance

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The Comets’ Jacquelyn Fowler (3) gets a hug from Dakota Pyles after scoring the winning run as teammates Kendra Willis (left) and Skye Dorsey join the celebration after the 3-2 win over Teays Valley in the regional semifinal May 26.

SOFTBALL Continued from page B1 it was going to pull off another two-out rally with runners on second and third in the seventh inning against Gahanna, but Lions senior pitcher Brandis Fishel struck out junior Paige Rhodes to end the game. “We never gave up. Even in that last inning, we thought we were going to do it,” junior pitcher Savannah Dorsey said. “We thought we were going all the way the whole time.” “I was confident we could do it,” coach Rona Dorsey said. “The right batters were up at the plate, but it just didn’t go our way.” The Comets had reason to be confident considering the way they won the regional semifinal. With two outs in the bottom of the seventh, Teays Valley catcher Erica Prantl dropped a third strike and committed an error while trying to throw out Turkovich at first base. Freshman Jacquelyn Fowler took off from second on the passed ball and beat a throw home to give Central Crossing the victory. The Comets also won the district championship with a 2-1 victory over Dresden Tri-Valley on May 21, as Turkovich hit a solo home run with two outs in the fifth.

At a glance

•Record: 25-3 overall, 13-0 (first) in OCC-Central •Seniors lost: Lindsay Carmean, Skye Dorsey, Dakota Pyles, Allissa Turkovich and Kendra Willis •Key returnees: Savannah Dorsey, Jacquelyn Fowler, Paige Rhodes and Ciera Williams

OCC. “This is a great group of kids. They’ve set the bar for future teams,” coach Dorsey said. “They set out at the beginning of the season to do that.” She also believes her team has enough returning players to make another run next season. Expected to return are Savannah Dorsey, who was firstteam all-OCC, all-district and all-state as well as the OCCCentral and Central District Player of the Year, and Rhodes, who was second-team all-district while playing first base. Also expected back are Fowler, juniors Sara Baker, Jourdan Hager and Ciera Williams and freshmen Abby Rhodes, Hunter Taylor and Alison Amos in the outfield, sophomores Kayla Bausch and Paige Kirk as pitchers, sophomore Kristen Merz at second base and freshman Michaela Dorsey as a designated player. “We didn’t want to see the season end this way, but we’ve had a season full of memories,” said coach Dorsey, the league and district Coach of the Year. “They’ve made this season remarkable.”

Central Crossing won the OCC-Central Division at 13-0, finishing ahead of Thomas Worthington (10-3), Worthington Kilbourne (10-4), Hilliard Davidson (7-7), Hilliard Darby (5-8), Upper Arlington (4-10), Dublin Coffman (3-11) and Westland (2-11). League games between the Comets and Thomas and Darby and Westland were canceled. Part of the team’s success was because of its five seniors. Pyles was first-team all-OCC and all-district and second-team all-state as an outfielder, while Turkovich was first-team allOCC and all-district and honorable mention all-state as a shortstop. Carmean was second-team all-OCC. Skye Dorsey was special mention all-OCC and Willis was honorable mention all-

man (164.5), Davidson (131), Upper Arlington (100), Hilliard Darby (88), Thomas Worthington (84.5) and Worthington Kilbourne (55) and ahead of Westland (10). The boys team also had a number of near misses in the district 3 meet at Hilliard Bradley. Junior Kyle Dyer was sixth in the 800 (2:02.66) after placing first in the preliminaries, and classmate Will Doering was fifth in the 3,200 (10:11.01) as the Comets placed eighth (19) behind champion Coffman (116.5). Dyer and Doering ran on the all-junior regional-qualifying 3,200 relay along with Donovan Wonacott and Stanley Gates. It clocked 8:15.07 to finish 12th. Wonacott, the team’s only other qualifier for the regional, made the finals in the 1,600 and placed eighth (4:27.12) as the top four advanced to state. Freshmen Parker Hall, Matt Brenneman and Jovan Mitnaul are expected to return on the 400 and 800 relays, both of which were anchored by senior Seth Wieging. The boys team placed sixth (20) in the OCC-Central meet behind Davidson (170.5), Coffman (158.5), Thomas (129.5), Darby (96.5) and Upper Arlington (49) and ahead of Kilbourne (19) and Westland (13). •Grove City’s season was highlighted by the boys team’s victory in the Best of the Southwest Invitational on April 15. The Greyhounds (86) topped runner-up Central Crossing (66)

CENTRAL CROSSING •Finishes: BOYS — Sixth (20) in OCCCentral, eighth (19) in Division I, district 3, 36th (1) in regional; GIRLS — Seventh (26) in OCC-Central, 10th (16) in district 4, did not score in regional •Seniors lost: BOYS — Seth Wieging; GIRLS — Ayana Colvin, Samantha Downing, Sarah Hunter and Tia Smith •Key returnees: BOYS — Matt Brenneman, Will Doering, Kyle Dyer, Stanley Gates, Parker Hall, Jovan Mitnaul and Donovan Wonacott; GIRLS — Kara Barber, Allison Boggs, Madison Jor-

as the girls team placed third (62) behind Franklin Heights (98) and the host Comets (72), who had swept both titles the previous eight years. The Greyhounds advanced junior Harve Crabtree to the boys regional meet, where he finished 15th in the 110 hurdles (17.0) and 14th in the 300 hurdles (44.04) but did not qualify for the finals. He placed fourth in both events in the district 3 meet as the Greyhounds were 10th (16). Junior Jake Kursinskis placed ninth in the 800 (2:05.25) after he ran third in the preliminaries while the all-junior 400 relay of Ryan Barberi, Jordan Fisher, Drey Thompson and Nick Roach finished sixth (44.23). “We were pretty young this year, so we’ll have a lot coming back,” said coach Jane Taylor, whose seniors include Valparaiso-recruit Nick Kowaleski. “Our junior class, especially, is very strong. There’s a lot of (team) points in that group.” The girls team qualified the

dan, Molly Lalonde, Katrina Martin and Kendal Witherup GROVE CITY •Finishes: BOYS — Eighth (27.5) in OCC-Ohio, 10th (16) in district 3, did not score in regional; GIRLS — Eighth (15) in OCC-Ohio, ninth (17) in district 3, did not score in regional •Seniors lost: BOYS — Andy Bennett, Jake Green, Ryan Hickey, Nick Kowaleski and Christian Smurthwaite; GIRLS — Beth Boes, Kimmy Eakins, Emily Laffin and Amber Weiskittle •Key returnees: BOYS — Ryan Barberi, Harve Crabtree, Jordan Fisher, Jake Kursinskis, Nick Roach and Drey Thompson; GIRLS — Gea Boykin, Elayna Brizendine, Miranda Gaitten, Alexis McCoy and Annie Winkler

400 relay of seniors Beth Boes and Emily Laffin and juniors Elayna Brizendine and Miranda Gaitten to the regional. The relay also failed to advance to the finals while finishing 14th (51.98). In the district 3 meet, the same lineup was fourth in the 400 relay (51.34) and recorded a season-best 1:49.63 in the 800 relay to place fifth. Sophomore Annie Winkler was fifth in the 1,600 (5:22.42) and sixth in the 3,200 (13:06.11). The boys team placed eighth (27.5) in the OCC-Ohio meet May 12 and 14 at Pickerington North behind the host Panthers (156), Reynoldsburg (107), Gahanna (92), Lancaster (83), Pickerington Central (80), Newark (52) and Groveport (52.5). The girls also finished eighth (15) behind Central (159), North (140.5), Reynoldsburg (116), Gahanna (97.5), Lancaster (73), Groveport (31) and Newark (23).

Sports briefs Crew Juniors holding tryouts The Columbus Crew’s community affiliated youth soccer club, the Crew Juniors-Phoenix, is holding tryouts for boys and girls ages 6 to 18. For more information, visit or call (614) 370-9485.

Diebler, Lighty to help direct camp Former Ohio State basketball players Jon Diebler and David Lighty will help direct the fourth annual Buckeye Stars Basketball Camp

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Tour de Grandview set for June 26 The annual Tour de Grandview cycling event will take place June 26 on the streets of Grandview Heights. Races feature professional cyclists from around the world in addition to top amateur and junior cyclists. Events are scheduled to begin at 11:45 a.m. Rider registration is under way at



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College notes • Amy Rinhehart of Grove City was named to the winter quarter dean’s list at the University of Cincinnati. She is a graduate of Central Crossing High School, and is majoring in nutritional dietetics at UC. • Bowling Green State University has announced its May 2011 degree candidates Grove City residents completing degree re-

quirements were Anna Beery, master’s degree in food and nutrition; Mark Egan, bachelor’s degree (cum laude); and Taylor Sheets, bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies (summa cum laude). • Joseph Bocook of Grove City graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in May. He received a bachelor’s degree in youth ministries.

Class reunions ing. Northridge High School Class of 1976 35-year reunion will be held July 23 at the Hartford Fairgrounds. Contact Kim Beem via text/call at (740) 975-7835 or at There is also a Facebook page for Northridge Class of 1976. Pickerington High School Class of 1991 will hold a 20-year reunion June 11. Cost is $30 per person. Visit or call Jodi at (614) 861-9982. Columbus West High School Class of 1981 30-year reunion is scheduled for Aug. 13 at the Sham-

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East High School Class of 1966 45-year reunion will be held June 17-18 at the Embassy Suites Hotel at the airport. Cost is $75 per person. For more information or to register, contact Sharon Hawkins at Eastmoor High School Class of 1976 35-year reunion will be held July 2 at Wing’s Restaurant. Call Jim Allen at (614) 237-7734 for more information. Grove City High School Class of 2001 has begun planning for a 10-year reunion. Details forthcoming but organizers are asking classmates to send contact information to: Briana Bowshier,; Sarah Hostetler (Dye), sarahhostetler@; Diana Sponseller (Kaufman),; or Sarah Murton (Conley), Newark High School Class of 1966 is planning a 45-year reunion Aug. 26-27, including Friday mixer at Maennerchor Park ($10 per person), informal dinner and dance on Saturday at the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club ($35 per person); and a Saturday golf outing at The Links at Echo Springs ($28). Call Sheryl Smith Parkinson at (740) 404-1336 or visit Call T. Freeman at (740) 345-7889 for the golf out-

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Rivage Atlantique off to commendable start My anonymous eating cover was almost blown when I was fingered by a friend in a new seafood-centric restaurant. See, my pal lives close to that establishment, and like most locals in the busy eatery that evening, she could barely contain her gushing enthusiasm for her new, walkable, upscale-casual dining option. Fortunately, I was able to shush her with shrimp and grits before she caused a scene. Rivage Atlantique — a fussily Frenched-up way of saying “Atlantic Coast� — is the restaurant in question. Taking over the former Caffe Daniela spot in Worthington, it’s the well-performing result of a veteran East Coast chef and the owners of the Grandview Cafe. The space has undergone a makeover, mostly by eradicating the cafeteria-like setup in the wood-burning-oven-equipped front room (Rivage makes good pizzas). And though the place is still “show up in shorts if you want� casual, overall it’s

MENU by G.A. Benton fairly appealing. Earth tones prevail as you move from the louder first room to the duskily lit and more intimate interior dining areas, where flames flicker on the hearth. Still, even there, sound levels can soar on busy nights as noise bounces off a tile floor. Lastly, there’s an accommodating back room with its own menu (though you can order from both menus, if you ask) and a completely different vibe. Actually called the Back Room, it’s basically a modern, upscale sports pub. Once you’re seated, Rivage demonstrates it wants to be taken seriously with its bread service. Specifically, a warm and OK loaf was considerably enlivened by a tripartite dish bearing a nice tapenade (chopped black olives, capers and

ically, this house-named appetizer proved uncharacteristic for Rivage, which in subsequent orders (including excellent selections from its “raw bar�) generally treated impressively fresh-tasting proteins with simplicity. Such was the case with the juicy Grilled Skirt Steak ($9) and the Baja Chile and Lime Ahi Tuna ($12) starters. Each By Jodi Miller/ThisWeek arrived with about half a dozen Jumbo Seared Scallops with a side of baby vegeta- clean-flavored and expertly bles and blue cheese potatoes at Rivage Atlantique. seared bite-sized pieces of meat partnered with a flatterherbs), olive oil dotted with balsamic ing spread (an intense blue cheese and vinegar, and grated Grana Padana cheese. deeply caramelized onion jam for the turf After ordering suds — the fine beer and a decent enough guacamole for the list trumps the wine offerings here — I surf) plus a tuft of organic salad greens. opted for the oysters Rockefeller-riffing Rivage’s Jumbo Seared Scallops, unOysters Rivage ($11). I liked them, even like those of many competitors, didn’t lie though my half-dozen bivalves got a lit- about their size or get lost in a masking tle lost under toasted bread crumbs and sauce. Efficiently caramelized and emia surprisingly smoky cream sauce. Iron- nently fresh, they were paired with good

Rivage Atlantique Address: 652 High St., Worthington Phone: 614-505-7779 Web: and garlicky wilted spinach strewn with sun-dried tomato strips. These lovelies are available either as a starter (two scallops, $13) or an entree ($25), in which you get four massive scallops plus two sides such as buttery baby veggies and irresistibly cheesy potatoes. The Low Country Shrimp and Grits ($18) were just that: five plump and sweet shrimp atop a bounteous bowl of creamy and stiff white grits. The only flourishes were a couple of discs of smoky andouille sausage (I would’ve liked more) plus drizzles of melted butter with garlic. With an opening game plan that suggests “don’t mess with freshness,� Rivage looks to be off to a commendable start. I can see why the neighborhood is gushing.

Ohio burrito chain hot for the Columbus market A Dayton burrito chain will enter the hotly contested local market with plans to build 10 stores over the next 12 months. Matt Curtis, area developer and head of construction for Hot Head Burritos, will be the chain’s first central Ohio franchisee, opening a store at 1509 Hilliard-Rome Road. The restaurant, slated to open by the end of July, will occupy 1,800 square feet of space in a new outparcel in front of Meijer. The difference between Hot Head and the rest is diversity, said Curtis, who’s been with the company since it was founded in 2007.

“Certainly, it’s competitive, but we believe our freshness, our quality of ingredients, certainly our choice of meats and toppings offer something a little bit more than some of our competitors may provide,� he said. Similar to its competitors, it offers steak, chicken and pork, but it also features a ground beef option, plus spicy chicken and steak, and 13 sauces, ranging from mild to hot. There is no alcohol. Yet it follows the quick-serve burrito model: a limited menu, counterorder service and inexpensive prices. Burrito prices start at $5.99. Curtis said several franchisees will open additional stores in the Columbus market, but other sites have yet to be identified. Hot Head was founded by Ray and Cynde Wiley, also Subway franchisees. There are nine corporate-owned Hot Head stores in the Dayton area, with another nine franchised loCourtesy of Hot Head Burritos cations in Ohio, KenAn example of the interior of Hot Head Burritos stores. tucky and Pennsylvania.

Ray Wiley said he intends to open one more corporate store and have the rest opened by franchisees. Mr. Wiley said he hopes to have 50 new locations open by the end of 2012 and double that number each year following in the foreseeable future.

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Godofai Tgiorgis soon will flex the flax. Tgiorgis plans to open Flaxella, a small beverage shop that will use flaxseed in some form in all of the drinks, by mid-June in downtown Columbus. Flaxella will take over the 400-square-foot standalone building at 89 E. Long St., where L’Appat Patisserie and CafĂŠ was supposed to open but never did. Tgiorgis said there will be limited seating inside his restaurant. The beverage list will consist of three different styles: coffee, juices and smoothies, costing between $2.50 and $3.99, depending on the size. Braised pork belly over creamed corn, courThere will be some light snacks made of flaxseed, tesy of Bill Glover of Sage American Bistro. but no menu, Tgiorgis said. â– Calorie Countess Jennifer Burton says The original Flaxella CafĂŠ & Deli opened in 2007 in Bethesda, Md. Founder Alem Wolde- any vegetable, whether fresh, frozen or Hawariat said flaxseed is used in a variety of prod- canned, is better than none at all. ucts, including cereal, snack bars, trail mixes and â–  Wine guru Roger Gentile says Columbia muffins. Crest makes a merlot that defies unfair “But used in a coffee format and in beverages stereotypes. with special recipes is something new,â€? she said. Tgiorgis, who is a franchisee, said the flaxseed staple, used in long journeys and fasting practices. He said he chose downtown because of the abunproduct does not have a distinctive taste but is high in nutrients, particularly omega 3 fatty acids. A dance of foot traffic and the healthy dining habits native of Ethiopia, he said flaxseed is a dietary of many city workers.

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Amsted Rail Company - Griffin Wheel, the leading manufacturer of quality railroad wheels, is currently looking for qualified candidates interested in joining our manufacturing group as an Plant IT Specialist at our Groveport, Ohio facility. This position will provide technical support for the local area network including the application server hardware, operating systems, application software, and network cabling. Installs, modifies, and makes minor repairs to personal computer hardware and software systems and provides technical assistance and training to system users Provides first level support for Amsted Rail IT help desk, including all Amsted Rail sites and locations. Four year college degree in related field or equivalent and at least 2 years experience in network administration. Must be experienced with Microsoft PC, server and network operating systems, SQL server databases and reporting services, and PC and network hardware set up and configuration. Additional knowledge in SAP, query design, .NET, C# RFID, Bar Code Applications and PLC programming a plus. Prospective candidates will be evaluated on technical knowledge, the ability to learn, work standards, initiative, innovation, written and verbal communication, problem solving/assessment, and teamwork/collaboration. If you are interested in joining our company and you are qualified for the above position, please send your resume and salary history to: Amsted Rail Company - Griffin Wheel 3900 Bixby Road Groveport, Ohio 43125 Griffin Wheel wishes to thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Tolles Public Auction Modular 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Home


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Adjustable Craftmatic Twin Bed, Separate head & foot control, Vibrates, Like New, Asking $600 " 614-378-0022 "

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ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC Siberian Husky Pups ReadyNow! CKC, if looking For Sale. 6 females, 1 for a gentle giant don’t male. POP, wormed, vet miss these pups. Raised checked, first shots, South w/kids. Deposit will hold. ern Ohio $450. Jon at 937$750 ea. 740-505763-8568 or email: cscham 8767(photo of dad) BOXER PUPS - AKC, 7 wks, tails docks, wrmd, 1st shots, fawns & brindles, some flashy. POP. $325. 937-9350367or 937-599-4245

Buggitts: Pug+Boston Terrier+Pitt = Buggitt, small. smart, and easy to train, shots/wormed. Easy maintence. $150 ea. Call 740-332-4968 or visit: blueribbonkennelsofohio .com Chow Chow Pups, AKC Reg. 1 Black & 1 White Fe male, Born 1/10/11 Blk Fe male, Wormed, Good Tem perament, 7 Mo Old fe male, Champ Blood Line $500.ea 614-428-4779

GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS AKC. POP, 1st shts & wrmd, vet chk, 30 mins. N. of Polaris. $350 each. 419946-2848; www.glory

Peketese: Maltese and Pekanese hybrid $350 ea. Also: Maltechons, Maltepoos, Cockapoos, Fox Terriers, Jackochis, Border Collies, $150-$500. Shots, wormed. Call 740-332-4968 or visit: blueribbonkennelsofohio .com

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Condo Price Reduced 1340sqft, 2BR, 2.5BA, 2 story, kitchen w/ appls, 1C gar., patio, pool, work out area. New paint, carpet & flooring, a must see! Call 614-256-0566 Estate Sale Modular Home For Sale in Enchanted Acres 1791 sqft, 55+park Handicap Accessible $49,900 - (614)326-9253

GROVE CITYOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY June 5th 1:30-3 PM @ 3240 Belstead Dr., 3 BR2.5 BA condo, 2 story with 2160 SF, freshly painted, Great Rm w/gas FP, Fla Rm, 1st floor owners BR, being sold AS IS, $149,900 Cathleen Campbell @ Dickey-Beckley Team, Realtors®, LLC (740) 466-5967.

GROVE CITYOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY June 5th 1:30-3 PM @ 1656 Tuscarora Dr.,3BR, 2.5 BA 2 story with 1936 SF, new carpet & freshly painted, new appls, part. fin. bsmt., being sold AS IS, $149,900 Cathleen Campbell @ Dickey-Beckley Team, Realtors®, LLC (740) 466-5967.

Hilliard Schools! 6207 Feder Rd, Columbus, 43228 Andrea.stover@realliving .com 614-560-3818 3 BR/2.5 BA, newly updat ed, full bsmt on 1/2 ac lot. $182,000.

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REAL ESTATE AUCTION EXECUTIVE COUNTRY RANCH HOME THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2011 AT 6:00 PM Location: 7687 Opossum Run Rd. (Grove City) London, Ohio 43140. I-71 South to Rt. 665 (London-Groveport Rd.) to Opossum Run Rd. Welcome home!! To this exquisite country ranch home situated on 2.5+/- ac built in 2006 with all the extras. The home boosts 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and having 2354 sq. ft. and approx 3000 sq. ft. including the finished basement. The homes features include pillar entry way w/slate floor, 6 panel doors, living room with stone fireplace and wood built-in book shelves, kitchen w/ slate floor, Corian countertops, abundance of cabinets, pantry and bar area, enclosed Florida room with an array of windows overlooking the mature trees, small stream, rolling rear yard area and concrete stamped rear patio, first floor laundry room w/washing sink, Owner suite that has full bath inc. garden/soaking tub walk-in closets w/ wood shelving and patio door, 3rd bedroom has window seat, dining room w/chair rail, full basement ½ finished w/drywall and carpet and office area, 3-car attached finished garage, stone front and cement fiber board siding. The home also has a matching 30x30 detached garage w/finished interior. A truly must see home please plan to attend one of the open houses or call auctioneer for private showing. OPEN HOUSES: May 23 from 5-7 pm June 5 and 12 from 5-7 pm Terms: The property has a minimum bid of 300,000 dollars. Successful buyer required a 10,000 dollar non refundable earnest money deposit day of sale with balance in 30 days full terms online. Owner Clarence Kilbarger and Barbra Krohn-Baker Chip Carpenter Real Estate and Auction Co. Chip Carpenter Broker/Auctioneer 740-965-1208 or 614-206-1135

Computers, Video/Audio Equip., Engine Analyzer and Surplus Items

Saturday, June 11, 2011 Beginning at 10:01 A.M. Auction held on the premises of Tolles Career & Technical Center located 3 miles south of Plain City, Ohio at 7877 US Rt. 42 S Modular: The Trade Students present another quality built modular home ready for you to move to your dream site. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,530 square foot ranch style home has been built from plans of Unibuilt Industries, Inc. and inspected and approved by the State of Ohio. Modular Viewing: Any school day between 8:30 and 3:30 by calling 614-873-4666, ext. 202. By appointment other days. For full list, photos, terms & conditions go to: (auctioneer #1709) Owner: Board of Education, Tolles Career & Technical Center Phone 614-873-4666, ext. 213 Auction conducted by:

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Garage Sale 4144 Atlanta Dr., Cols. 43228. June 2nd & 3rd, 9-5. Several NEW items


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GARAGE SALE June 2, 3 & 4- 9am-4pm 2648 Bryan Circle, GC Old quilts Lots of Misc items! RN / Care Manager. " GROVE CITY " Lovejoy’s Market IGA Immediate Benefits MULTI-FAMILY SALE 900 Village Blvd. Excellent Health Insurance 2090 Shirleen Dr. Plain City, OH 43064 Plan Exceptional Per Visit Fri-Sat, June 3-4, 9AM-? Rate Home Health Experi Baseball Items, Boys PROPERTY MGT. Clothing, ence, MDS or Restorative HH, Christmas Nursing a plus, but not re COUPLES HOLT PARK Garage Sale quired. Contact Russ Fri & Sat 6/3-4 8am - 3pm Delaney Needed to Great Selection, Hot 1-800-223-9519 co-manage apt. Dogs/Brats and rdelaney@ Beverages Available communities in central 2400 Holt Park Blvd Ohio. Free apt. & utilities. HELP WANTED Off Georgesville/Holt Rd. Basic clerical & maint. FINANCIAL/BANKING skills needed. HUGE GARAGE SALE Fax resume 614-487-2579 3 + Car Garage Full!! Loan Processor / or e-mail to Thur. June 9th, 7:30-6pm, Receptionist Across from Grove City Small community bank has EEOC High School, 2 blocks east FT opportunity in our Wor on Gershwin Ave. thington Loan Office. Must HELP WANTED Refinished furn, HH, etc. be detail oriented. Ensures CLERICAL/ HUGE YARD SALE loans are properly pre SECRETARIAL 50 Ryan Lane, Grove City pared, entered and proc Fri 6/3 9a-3p, Sat 6/4 9aessed. Prepares new loan 12p. Slot machines, golf Office Manager documents. Excellent itms, guns & knives, hh compensation and bene - FT. Flexible hours. No ben efits. Small food manufac - itms, lawn furn, John Deere fits. Send resume & salary Gator & cart. lots of misc. turer. 10 yrs experience. requirements to: The Fa Answer phones, customer hey Bank, Attn: HR, 127 N. HUGE YARD SALE service, order processing, Main St., Marion, OH 50 Ryan Lane AP/AR, check manage 43302, Please reference Fri 6/3 9a-3p & Sat 6/4 9ament, sales reporting, mar - noon. JD gator & cart, slot job code LP01. EOE, keting & general admin M/F/D/V machines, golf items, guns support. Must know order & knives, hh items, lawn HELP WANTED processing & invoicing, in furn., & lots of misc. GENERAL ventory management, Mi MOVING SALE - Living crosoft Office proficient. Excel pivot tables and Ac - room furn., bedroom sets, dining room sets, office cess mandatory. Need furn., bakers rack. Commercial PT, FT. All flexible multi-tasker with 5104 Britton Farms Dr, shifts avail. M-F, wkends. stable job history. EDI ex Hilliard. Good pay! 614-734-1400 perience. Know comput Saturday June 4, 12p-3p. ers. Some College Commercial coursework required. Multi Family Sale! Infant, Property Manager Background & reference toddler, kids, & + sz wmn Rj Boll Management seeks check mandatory. Send clthg, toys, child & adult a fulltime property manag resume w/salary require furn, kitchen items, books er. Portfolio includes, gen ments to info@ & more! 2963 Crocker Run eral office, medical, & Rd., Grove City, Fri-Sat warehouse. Forward re OR fax 614-718-3063. June 3-4, 8a-3p. sume with salary require Two House Garage Sale ments to Receptionist/Clerical in Gove City Full time - temp to hire June 2, 3 & 4 - 8am-5pm Entry level start $10/hr 3278 Castleton Street 2622 McClain Court Picking/Packing/ Good variety of items!!! Forklift start $9/hr Yard Sale: 3546 Midland Full time plus OT available Some temp to hire St., behind city hall. HR Data Analyst Fri 6/3-Sat 6/4, 9-2. New warehouse facility for Lots of misc, a national company. The HR Data Analyst conGroveport area near men will like this one! ducts quantitative and Rickenbacker Air Base No children’s items. qualitative analyses of uniGreat benefits after hired! versity data for information Call ASAP before positions dissemination, operational are filled effectiveness, strategic Flo Lang - Five Star Staffing planning, policy determina (614) 794-3101 office tion, quality improvement, ANCIENT RELICS Nubia Clem - The People Place (859) 802-9521 cell and leader decision makI buy war souvenirs: WWII ing. Areas of analysis inknives, swords, helmets, clude employee benefits, GI diaries, photo albums, Merchandise compensation, demoscrapbooks etc. graphics, and HR transacWACS WAVES WASPS tions. Performs all activities WAFS PLEASE CALL! related to HR reporting and OLD TOYS: toy soldiers, data delivery including cowboys, Indians, forts, consultation, programming castles, robots, cap guns, (SAS, SQL, Hyperion), damodel cars, trucks etc. ta extraction, data analysis, INHERITED STUFF? and reporting. Collects OVERWHELMED? and analyzes data from DOWNSIZING? PeopleSoft and other sourTOO MUCH JUNK? ces. Prepares survey reCALL GREG AT Christmas & Fall sponses, statistical reports, 614-863-8922 Holidays Extravaganza. and materials for publicaHUGE amount of Christ tion. Budgeted hiring mas & Fall items. Most range is $48-52K. Learn items are NEW or never more about this position at Grove City Coins & used! Anything you may Currency - New shop want I probably have plus analyst. needs inventory! Free LOTS of extras. Bring the appraisals on coin kids--they will love it! For a complete position decollections. Will beat 1554 Hiner Rd (off Borror scription and application anyone’s price. Rd) or (off St Rt 104) instructions please visit ww US silver dollars $23+. Fri & Sat, June 10th & 11th and search by requisition num- 9am-4pm. Other sales in area on these days also ber 357183. Application WORTH THE DRIVE!! Rain deadline: May 29, 2011. Date June 17th & 18th

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OPEN SUN 2-4pm 3838 Queen Anne Place 3BR & 3BA, fin lower level. Low condo fees that inc pool & yard care. Learn how to own with only 500 down! Holly, 614-554-2634 SW - 2 BR, 2 BA, att grg, FP, deck, landscaped bkyrd garden/orchard, shed, motivated seller! $99,000. Open House Fri/Sat/Sun 2-4 pm û Call 614-670-7381 û Thunderbird Acres-2004 Remodeled Home. Great looking older home used as a rental unit. Home is in great shape. Seller bought the home in 2004 and upated and remodeled the interior. New roof and sid ing replaced in 2004 and the furnace and air condi tioning were also replaced in 2004. Walking distance to local elementary school. ÇREDUCED É $75,000


ROSS COUNTY FARM 70 acres, lots of road frontage, county water, can be subdivided, deer hunter’s paradise! Appr. 25 acres of woods. $169,900 Call Stephen A. Madru Realtor or Newman Rutherford (agent owned) at 740-775-1776 or 740-998-5399

77 NORTH HARRIS 3BR, 1BA, new tile floor in living room, side yard, full basement with washer & dryer hookup, $600 month. 614-275-0298.

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House for rent West Grove. 3BR, 2BA, 1 car garage with new: kitchen & 3 appliances, furnace/heat pump, Pella windows, ceramic tile, & carpet. Remodeled baths. Avail. Approx. June 10. $985 plus $985 deposit. See to appreciate. Pick-up App. at 4013 Cypress Ave Grove City. 614-877-2400

Old Village Ohana, $99 Deposit! 2 Bed for $449 a month. W/D hookup; Pets ok; Sec 8 ok Playground !! 614-385-4911


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


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

Additional living quarters with private entrance. Includes living room, full kitchen, two bedrooms, full bath and is wheelchair accessible. Living space could be utilized as mother-in-law suite, home office, teen living area, or business office. The possibilities are endless. Priced at $858,000. For more information see listing on – MLS#JGD2113. To Schedule a Showing please contact Sandy Schultz at 614 395-3648.

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

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

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

A JOB WELL DONE AGAIN Custom Carpentry/Repairs

614-235-1819 COMPUTER EXPERTS On-site. Same Day Service $25 Off! Certified Techs. ANY COMPUTER ISSUE! 614-465-3278

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

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AA Progressive Basement Don’t go broke finishing your basement! Quality work by experienced professionals. Insured. Refs. avail. Call Steve 614-571-2093 aaprogressivedrywall To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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

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

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

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

VRC Basement finishing, Bathroom remolding, All Drywall needs & Painting Call Shane: (614)735-3173 Carpentry, porches, decks/repairs Int/Ext siding, trim, doors, d/w, windows, 30+ yrs exp 614-446-6551

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

Irish Hills Construction NO JOB TOO SMALL Interior/exterior painting, kitchens, baths, windows, doors, plumbing, floors, decks, fences, & more. 614-777-6169

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

Continuous Gutters & Gutter guard Gutters cleaned out and tuned up. Free Estimates 614-444-0000

AAA AFFORDABLE Dumpsters. Do you have junk, trash, yard waste, roofing? We can help you! We have 5-20 yard dumpsters. Call Today Visa/MC Accepted Dave & Becky: 614-476-3626 * Able Hauling * Clean-ups, clean-outs, whole houses. All Real Estate services, Senior discount. 291-3867 AFFORDABLE HAULING Trash, Brush, Junk Dumpsters Available Call today! Haul 2 -Day! 614-471-6444 Gilbert Hauling All Types Bobcat, Demolition, Dumpsters 614-207-3554 or 614-476-1689 John’s Dumpster Hauling Best Rates in Town Trash Outs & Dumpster Rental Avail. Cash Special È 614-774-0302

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

Call 614-875-6375 Al’s Summer Grass Quality Professional, Friendly Lawncare, Most Res lawns $25.00, weekly, biweekly service avail, when quality counts call us first 614-595-0074 "CLASSIC LANDSCAPES " Spring Clean Up, Pruning, Mulch, Paver Brick Patios /Walkways, Design/Install FREE EST, 614-332-1498 To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

Interior & Exterior Painting Full Finishing & Decorative Painting. Excellent rates 18 years experience. INTERIOR DESTINATIONS Michelle, 740-334-9946 PRECISION 1 Serving Central Ohio Since 1986! Interior specials! 10% off with this ad. Spruce up your interior this winter. 614-833-6000

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Full Service Lawn Care edging, pruning, mulching, spring clean up, $20/cut for residential lawns 614-446-6693, 875-4445

4-YEAR WARRANTY FREE Gutter Cleaning & Powerwash with an Exterior Contract. Angie’s List , BBB,

614-394-4499 "#1 BUCKEYE PAINTING" Best Price, Best Quality Average Room $125 3 Room Special $300 Exterior Painting $699 FREE Power Wash Scott, 614-402-4736 A Budget Priced Company with Professional Quality. BUDGET PRO SIGN-UP today & get a FREE POWERWASH w/whole house paint job. Ins/Free Est, 614-237-4187 A-1 Affordable Painting Serv. Cols area for 19 yrs. Int/Ext, Resid/Comm Powerwashing, Staining, Free Est., Bonded/Insured Lowest price, Best Quality. Call Jason, 740-572-7277 A Job Well Done Again Painting, Powerwashing, Stucco & Drywall Repair, Gutter Cleaning, Carpentry. Need some thing done? Just ask! (614) 235-1819 Call Today!

614-539-3412 All In One Plumbing "One Call Does It ALL" $25 off labor with ad CC Accepted (614)801-7508 McAtee LLC for all your inhome and external water, sewer, and gas plumbing needs call 614.252.9400

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

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

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

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Alexander Hauling Topsoil, Mulch, Limestone Gravel, Sand, Comtil Spreading Available Bobcat Services & Patio Excavations-(614)491-5460 Community news Sports Videos Contests

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