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Council divided on lumberyard park By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A green, grassy lawn might be in the future for the old lumberyard site behind Grove City Hall. Grove City Council members on June 6 voted 3-2 to spend $80,500 from the general fund to create a temporary park.

Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage told council he might veto the ordinance. Council members Melissa Albright and Gregory Grinch voted against the project. The ordinance was introduced on May 16 by council member Steve Bennett. He originally proposed spending $110,000. A 3-2 vote from the same council members on June 6 reduced the

amount, delaying some of the improvements until later. Grinch and Albright have voted against turning the property into a park for several months, beginning with a vote in March to obtain a cost estimate. Each has said the timing isn’t right for moving forward because the city has issued a request for proposals. That could

lead to a developer starting a project in the lumberyard or town center. “We have a (request for proposals) out there,” Albright said June 6. “I don’t want to spend a lot of money there when we’ve got an RFP that in 10 days is going to come back with some answers.” Grinch agreed the ordinance seemed premature.

“We’ve spent thousands of dollars on research. ... That property is destined for commercial development. It hasn’t happened to date, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen in the future,” he said. “Why can’t we wait even 30 days to see if there’s an RFP?” See COUNCIL, page A2

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Their faces showing disappointment but their applause expressing appreciation, Grove City High School’s baseball fans give the team a hand after a 7-2 loss to Lakota East in the Division I state semi-final at Huntington Park on June 2. See Sports, page B1.

City ready to tackle mosquitoes By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A wet spring plus warm weather are priming the Grove City area for an influx of mosquitoes. City service director Les Spring is confident the city’s new contract with Franklin County Public Health will help control the insects.

City council in March voted to contract with the county and Vector Disease Control International LLC for mosquito management services. Until this year, the city has been doing its own mosquito control, Spring said. “What we’ve been doing is what communities used to do, which was a weekly fogging program,” he said.

“What you do, basically, is try to kill the adult mosquito that is active and flying. That’s the shotgun approach.” The new program offered by Vector and the Franklin County Health Department is more comprehensive. “They pretreat storm drains and standing water,” Spring said. “They try to get to the root of the problem

and keep the larvae from hatching.” Workers try to educate property owners and ask them to remove tires and another sources of standing water on private property. That’s something Grove City has neither the manpower nor the expertise to tackle, Spring said. See MOSQUITOES, page A2

Grove City Food Pantry moves into new location By LISA AURAND ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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It hasn’t moved far, but as of Friday, June 3, the Grove City Food Pantry and Emergency Ser- An enthusiastic crowd gathered at the old parsonage of the Grove City United vices has a new home. An enthusiastic crowd gathered at the old par- Methodist Church, 2710 Columbus St., to sonage of the Grove City United Methodist Church, celebrate the grand opening of the organi2710 Columbus St., to celebrate the grand open- zation’s new building. The new site, which ing of the charitable organization’s new building. covers about 1,700 square feet, not only The food pantry had been housed in a 12-foot has plenty of storage space but also has by 60-foot room in the church basement. The new three offices and a meeting room upstairs. site, which covers about 1,700 square feet, not only has plenty of storage space but also has three Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage presented the food offices and a meeting room upstairs. pantry with a proclamation commending the or-

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The Ohio Department of Transportation and Grove City have taken a step toward improving traffic flow at the intersection of Interstate 270 and U.S. Route 62. ODOT workers restriped the center lane of the westbound I-270 exit ramp at U.S Route 62 between 11 p.m. Thursday, June 2, and 5 a.m. Friday, June 3, ODOT spokeswoman Nancy Burton said. The original plan was to start work the week of May 23, “but we weren’t having much luck, with all the rain,” Burton said. “(It was a) safety improvement that was relatively easy to do. We could make those safety A closer look changes ourselves rather The modifications allow than having to westbound drivers to turn contract that left from the center lane, out.” which had been designated The modifi- as a through lane, increascations allow ing the number of left-turn westbound driv- lanes to two. Additional ers to turn left signal modifications comfrom the center pleted the change. lane, which had been designated as a through lane, increasing the number of left-turn lanes to two. Traffic signal modifications completed the change. Burton said an extra turn lane improves safety at the intersection. “There were a number of vehicles at certain times of day that were backing up or waiting in line to make a left onto 62,” she said. “That’s just not safe when you have vehicles that are completely stopped and you have interstate traffic. … By restriping and timing or coordinating the traffic signal, it’s our hope that it provides more space for vehicles” to decrease the possibility of cars being at a standstill on the interstate. Burton said the cost of the restriping was minimal because it came out of ODOT’s general fund. Only one or two employees — traffic controllers — were paid overtime. Others were third-shift ODOT workers. The only equipment needed was already on hand, she said. Grove City Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage said the city has wanted to make changes to the traffic flow for about two years. “I think it’s going to help some, coupled with the improvements at Home Road and (U.S. Route) 62,” Stage said of the newly completed restriping. “It’s all working together to get the congestion ironed out.” The construction at Home Road and Route 62 should be completed within the next few months, Stage said. For up-to-date information on ODOT construction projects and traffic information,visit www.BuckeyeTraffic.org or call (740) 833-8268.

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The Grove City Relay For Life will be held from 7 p.m. June 17 to 1 p.m. June 18 at the Grove City High School track on Hoover Road. The American Cancer Society event will raise funds for cancer research, education, prevention and patient services. Teams that have taken pledges will walk the track throughout the night. The Cancer Society has selected the Baier family — David and Robin and their sons, Dalton and Colby — to serve as honorary chairpersons for this year’s Grove City relay. Their daughter, Violet, died of brain cancer. Robin Baier wrote, “Violet lost her pre-

cious life Dec. 7, 2010, at home with her family. Although she was only 7 years old, she was the bravest person I have ever met. She never once through this whole experience felt sorry for herself or acted scared. She fought this with a smile on her face and a spunkiness that I couldn’t believe. Violet made sure to prepare her family and leave them with a sense of peace that she would be all right and was going to heaven with her grandfather. We miss Violet every second of the day and no one will ever fill her shoes. We are so proud to have had such a wonderful, thoughtful, amazing little girl who was the center of our family and are so terribly sad that her time her on earth

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gravel, which violates city code. The amended ordinance, if not vetoed, would provide enough funding for topsoil and grass seed, and to pave the gravel parking lot. Funding for the other improvements suggested by the engineering firm EMH&T, such as fencing, has not yet been approved. The total cost of im-

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About 15 years ago, the pantry was on the verge of closing when Don Clarke and his wife, Peg, took it upon themselves to lead the pantry volunteers. “I told her, ‘I think that’s something we could do together,’” Clarke said. When the Clarkes took a vacation, the other volunteers realized how difficult the job was and initiated a system of rotating monthly managers that continues to this day. One office in the new building will be used by the monthly manager, who helps Swogger track donations and distributions. The other two belong to Swogger and Ron Miller, who coordinates the charity’s emergency services. “He works three days a week, two and a half to three hours a day,” said Ken Moody, one of the five monthly managers. About half of the monetary donations to the charity go toward emergency services, including utility bills and other financial assistance, Moody said. The pantry’s emergency services works directly with creditors and utility companies to ensure the money is put to proper use. Downstairs, flats of canned goods and shelves full of cereal and paper products line the walls. A small kitchen area includes several refrigerators for a limited supply of dairy products and other items that need to be kept cold. Swogger and Grossman are thankful the pantry has found a space that can serve more clients. “We’ve been working on this since December (2010),” Swogger said. “This was something that was very near and dear to my heart when I was mayor,” Grossman said. “It’s an outstanding example of people sharing important goals together.”

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Continued from page A6

at (614) 861-9982. Columbus West High School reunion June 11. Cost is $30 per Class of 1981 30-year reunion is person. RSVP with payment at scheduled for Aug. 13 at the www.pickerington.org or call Jodi Shamrock Club. Cost is $20 before July 30; $25 after. Mail check and contact information (including maiden name) to Joan Call me for all your Latz-Stormont at 3868 Quail Holadvertising needs! low Drive, Columbus 43228. Call Debbie O’Bryan-Dickson at (614)

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Community briefs day, rain or shine. warnings for severe thunderstorms, tornaMore information and sale rules are at does and flash floods. www.grovecitytowncenter.org. Click on Individuals must register for this service and have the option to list up to five Grove City Town Center Inc. will hold “GCTC Sidewalk Sale.” additional phone numbers such as parents, town center sidewalk sales from July through siblings and spouses on their account. EmerSeptember. City offers weather gency notifications will be sent in a timely The sale is open to the public as well as manner only to those who register for the commercial vendors. A seller’s space is telephone warnings available for $10. Several 10 by 10 spaces The city of Grove City and the police service. This private database is not pub(big enough for those providing their own department are providing a telephone-based lished and will never be released. To sign up, visit http://police.grovecitytent) are available on Mill Street for $15. severe weather warning service to those ohio.gov. Those who have been meaning to clean living or working in the city. It is suggested that after receiving emerout a garage, shed, or house, can load up The Grove City Weather Alert System their things and bring them to sell. will send a pre-recorded phone message gency notifications, people should continue Each sale is from 8 a.m. to noon Satur- when there are National Weather Service to monitor local media stations for updates.

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Grove City senior wins scholarship William Bucklad, a Grove City High School senior, on May 18 received a $5,000 Ohio Association Career Colleges and Schools Scholarship from Rep. Cheryl

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Sarah Hostetler (Dye), sarahhostetler@gmail.com; Diana Sponseller (Kaufman), sponseller1@att.net; or Sarah Murton (Conley), smurton153@gmail.com. Holy Family Alumni Association will hold its annual homecoming June 26, starting with an Alumni Mass at 11 a.m. at Holy Family Church on West Broad Street. Brunch in the Jubilee Museum Auditorium will follow. Call Genny (Welker) Temple at (614) 539-4815. Pickerington High School Class of 1991 will hold a 20-year See CLASS, page A7

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“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 poetry-book 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. “That's the problem: You sometimes get a selfhelp approach to poetry,” said Abbott, who edited the 2008 “Cap City Poets,” an anthology compiling the work of 74 central Ohio poets, and two chat books. gseman@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

Continued from page A6

at (614) 861-9982. Columbus West High School reunion June 11. Cost is $30 per Class of 1981 30-year reunion is person. RSVP with payment at scheduled for Aug. 13 at the www.pickerington.org or call Jodi Shamrock Club. Cost is $20 before July 30; $25 after. Mail check and contact information (including maiden name) to Joan Call me for all your Latz-Stormont at 3868 Quail Holadvertising needs! low Drive, Columbus 43228. Call Debbie O’Bryan-Dickson at (614)

837-7939 or Latz-Stormont at (614) 274-9795. Westland High School Class of 1981 30-year reunion is scheduled for June 17 at the Worthington Hills Country Club. For information, call Gina Garland Scarver at (740) 973-0363 or email gcscarver@aol.com. There is a Facebook page for the event as well.

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SOUTHWESTERN CHURCH OF CHRIST 3767 Grove City Road Sunday School 9:30AM, Sunday Worship 10:30AM & 6:30PM, Wednesday Bible Study - 7:00PM "Love God (Know HIS Word), Love Others, Serve Others, Make Disciples" www.swchurch.com, 614-875-4395

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Worship Sun 8:30 & 11AM Sunday School 9:45AM Pastor Kevin Westra Bethel Lutheran Church 4501 Hoover Road, Sunday Worship at 9 & 11AM Sunday school at 10:10AM 614-875-0510, bethel-lutheran.org The Rev. Peter I. Ray, Pastor ALL ARE WELCOME!

St. John’s Lutheran Church 3220 Columbus St. (614)875-2314 Traditional Worship Schedule Saturday 6 pm, Sunday 8:15 & 11 am. Praise & Worship 10:45am Sun School 9:30am Pastors Donald Allman & Scott Ness

GROVE CITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH The "Purple Door" Church 2684 Columbus St., Grove City OH. SUNDAY SERVICES INCLUDE: Traditional: 8:30AM & 11AM Contemporary: 9:45AM 614-875-5612, www.gcumc.org

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Coming up To add, remove or update a children, the first Wednesday of listing, email editorial@thisweek- the month at 9:30 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, news.com. 4850 Haughn Road. Contact Amy at Amyelise74@aol.com Events or 875-5859. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Grove City Noon Lions, noon Athletics Golf Outing, Satur- the second and fourth Thursdays day, June 25, at Upper Lans- of the month at China Bell Restaudowne Golf Course, 17565 Win- rant, 1947 Stringtown Road. chester Road, Ashville. ScramGrove City Lions Club, 6:45 ble format with dinner and door p.m. the second and fourth prizes for $75. Email Jerry Testa Wednesday of the month at at cal08@wowway.com or call Beautiful Savior Lutheran Scott Lindsey at (614) 351-4979 Church, 2213 White Road. All with questions. Registration inare welcome. Contact Dave Dilformation is online at http://olphdine at dave@dave-dildine.com saints.org/school/sport/sport.html. or (614) 565-0995. Grove City Community Meetings & clubs Club, 7:30 p.m. the second TuesRotary Club of Grove City, day of the month at 3397 Civic 7:30 a.m. every Thursday in the Drive. For club or building rental Grand Ballroom at the Pinnacle information, call Janet Hysell at Golf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Club 875-3819. More information is Drive. Socializing begins at 7 a.m. available at www.grovecityVisit www.grovecityrotary.org. communityclub.net. Kiwanis Club of Grove City, Grove City Moms, a club for stay-at-home moms and their 6:30 p.m. the first and third Tues-

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Parretts mark 70 years of marriage Clark and Lucille Parrett of Grove City will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on June 21. Mr. Parrett is a retired nook binder from Xerox. Mrs. Parrett is retired from the State of Ohio after 25 years of service. The Paretts have three sons: Clark “Sparky” of Columbus, Gary (Mary) of Palmetto, Fla.; and Mike (Connie) of Grove City. They have six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren living in Grove City, Hilliard, Lancaster and Germany. They plan to mark the day Clark and Lucille Parrett with a family picnic.

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It will be a season that coach Ryan Alexander and his Grove City High School baseball team won’t soon forget. The Greyhounds reached the state tournament for the first time since 1983, losing to Liberty Township Lakota East 7-2 in a Division I semifinal June 2 at Huntington Park. “We have no regrets this season, and that’s what we told our guys — no excuses, no regrets,” Alexander said. “Lay it on the line and I thought they did that. I thought they came here with that mentality. It just didn’t go our way. The ball didn’t roll our way.” The Greyhounds fell behind 51 in the fifth inning. Junior starting pitcher Mitchell Stephens went three innings, allowing three runs on four hits, and took the loss. Senior Caleb Woodson’s RBI single in the third and Stephens’ bases-loaded walk in the seventh accounted for Grove City’s runs. Lakota East’s Mike Conrad allowed six hits in a completegame effort, and Jesse Rait hit a two-run home run in the sixth to help dash the Greyhounds’ hopes of a comeback. Grove City finished the season with a 22-11 overall record. The Greyhounds tied Reynoldsburg for third in the OCC-Ohio Division at 9-5, behind Pickerington North (12-2) and Gahanna (10-4) and ahead of Pickerington Central (8-6), Groveport and Newark (3-11) and Lancaster (2-12). Grove City won its first district title since 2000. Seeded ninth, the Greyhounds defeated Franklin Heights 5-0 on May 9, Thomas Worthington 10-0 in five innings on May 11, Olentangy Orange 16-8 on May 16 and Worthington Kilbourne 52 in the district final on May 20. Grove City then won a regional title by beating West Chester Lakota West 5-3 on May 27 and Westerville Central 103 on May 28. Alexander will look to replace seniors Ryan Belmonte (INF), Bobby Brown (P), T.J. DeVore (C), Jordan Halley (P), Ken Reichle (INF), Brad Trejo (DH/OF) and Woodson (INF). Woodson, who transferred from Central Crossing last summer, hit .414 with six home runs and 25 RBI. He was named special mention all-OCC-Ohio. Trejo hit .436, Reichle hit .374 with 28 RBI and Belmonte hit .305. “We played phenomenal up to this point,” Reichle said after the state semifinal. “We just didn’t hit the ball and Lakota East hit the ball better than we did.” DeVore had 23 RBI and three home runs, and was a solid defensive catcher. “It was a great season, a great run,” he said. “It was better than

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Drew Nankivell of Grove City struggles with his emotions after a 7-2 loss to Liberty Township Lakota East in a Division I state semifinal June 2 at Huntington Park.

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Grove City’s Caleb Woodson (left) and Ryan Belmonte talk as they walk off the field after the loss to Lakota East.

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The Greyhounds’ Ken Reichle tries to avoid the tag by Lakota East catcher Jarrett Rindfleisch in the second inning of the state semifinal on June 2. Reichle was out on the play.

At a glance

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last year. That’s all you can ask for.” Alexander should return a solid foundation led by Stephens and sophomore pitcher Drew Artrip. Stephens finished with a 105 record, a 4.79 ERA, 36 strikeouts and 17 walks. He also hit .359 and was honorable mention all-OCC-Ohio. Artrip was 5-1 with a 1.96 ERA, 31 strikeouts and 15 walks. He also hit .388 with 27 RBI and was first-team all-OCC-

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Drew Artrip of Grove City wears his rally cap during the seventh inning against Lakota East.

Greyhounds shortstop Jimmy Gravett eyes the ball as Jesse Rait of Lakota East safely slides into second base.

Ohio and all-district. Junior Tyler Kent, who was first-team all-OCC-Ohio and second-team all-district, played center field and hit .418. Junior Jimmy Gravett was a solid contributor at shortstop,

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Eagles’ Barns concludes prep career at state meet By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Ready’s Nick Frye is fired up after winning the 110-meter hurdles in 14.97 seconds in the Division III state meet June 4 at Ohio State. At left is runner-up Miles Dunlap of McDonald.

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A pair of Ready High School track and field competitors concluded memorable prep careers on June 4 where they always had dreamed of being — on the podium at Ohio State. Senior Emily Morris, who was making her fourth trip to the Division II state girls meet, took second in the shot put as a sophomore and third last year before throwing 42 feet, 7 1/4 inches to capture this year’s title. Classmate Nick Frye followed an 11th-place finish in the 110meter hurdles in last year’s Division III boys meet by winning the title, finishing in 14.97 seconds to edge runner-up Miles Dunlap of McDonald (14.99). Also placing for the boys team was sophomore Taron Slone, who took fourth (11.27) in the 100 after finishing 16th a year ago. The top eight in each event reached the podium. Morris won the regional title May 28 by throwing 42-3 1/2 after being in third place heading into her final throw. Her best throw at state came on her first toss, and she followed with two other efforts longer than 42 feet. St. Marys Memorial senior Mekayla Breland won state last year (44-11) but settled for second (42-1/4) this season. Morris plans to attend the University of Notre Dame and compete in track and field. Her 10 points gave Ready a tie for 23rd at state behind champion Hartley (47). “I was a lot more nervous going in, so I’m glad I (threw my best) earlier than I did (at regional),” Morris said. “I’ve been here for four years, so I was ready to do this. A lot of my family was here and all of them had T-shirts on (that said ‘Emily’s Entourage’). My grandma, who is my biggest fan, was able to be here. “I knew I had to do it early so that I could go into the finals ... with a good throw. I knew the girl from St. Marys Memorial was capable because she’s thrown 44 feet this year.” Frye transferred from Central Crossing to Ready after SouthWestern City Schools canceled sports in fall 2009 because of a levy failure. He remained at Ready even after sports in his former district were reinstated. Entering this year’s state meet with the best regional time, Frye ran 14.82 for the best time in the preliminaries June 3 before winning the title the next day.

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Emily Morris of Ready won the shot put with a throw of 42 feet, 7 1/4 inches in the Division II state meet on June 4.

Frye ran 14.72 to win regional May 27. His performance at state helped Ready place 11th (17) behind champion McDonald (44). “It’s very exciting,” said Frye, who plans to attend Ohio State but isn’t sure if he’ll compete in track. “I got out well and didn’t see anybody until the eighth hurdle. I’ve been looking to get a state title since my freshman year. I’ve been working a lot more in the weight room and got in better shape since last year.” Slone had the second-best preliminary time (11.05) but settled for fourth in the 100 final. “I’m kind of upset about it, but I made it to the finals,” Slone said. “I’m a sophomore, so I’m not really supposed to be here yet. It’s a little upsetting, but I’m not complaining. I’ve still got two more years. “My preliminaries time would have won the race. People have been talking to me all week and making me nervous. I wanted to win, but at the same time I’m proud.” Frye and Slone ran on the 800 relay with senior Demetrius Clark and junior Halston Jones that finished seventh (1:30.58). The relay had the fourth-best preliminary time. The same foursome finished 14th (44.98) in the 400 relay,

while Clark finished 16th (11.58) in the 100. “It’s a lot bigger and louder than what it’s been the past few weeks,” Jones said. The girls team finished third (94) in the CCL meet May 14 at Columbus School for Girls behind Hartley (141) and the host Unicorns (114) and ahead of DeSales (76) and Watterson (65). The boys were last (73) behind St. Charles (124), DeSales (116), Hartley (90) and Watterson (83). At district May 21, the girls were sixth (40) in Division II at Hamilton Township behind champion Hartley (111) and the boys were fifth (57) in Division III at Gahanna behind champion Columbus Academy (83.5). The girls then tied for 21st (10) at regional in Dayton behind champion Hartley (82). The boys finished second (45) at regional at Fairfield Union behind Academy (71). In addition to Morris, the girls team will lose sprinter Clare Bochy to graduation. Clark and Frye were joined as seniors on the boys team by Kyle Bergman, Robert Reed and David Schlanser. “It feels good to be (at state),” said Clark, who will play football for Ashland University. “I like this team.” julrey@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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(distance), David Mitchell (distance) and David Pashovich (relays) and sophomore Seth Rouch (relays). Thrower Ashley Sterling was the lone senior on the girls team. “The seniors were a great group to work with,” Seaburn said. “I was really happy with them.” At district, Sterling finished 17th (76-8) in the discus and 22nd (26-1/2) in the shot put. Seaburn expects Brittany Barton (sprints), Gabby Norris (distance) and Libby Shannon (distance) to be key contributors next season. fdirenna@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Although it wasn’t the performance he had expected in his final high school track and field meet, Grove City Christian School’s Jaymie Barns was proud of his accomplishments. Barns competed in the Division III 400-meter preliminaries on June 3 at Ohio State, but failed to qualify for the state final June 4. Barns would have finished 14th overall in 51.35 seconds but was disqualified for what coach Brad Seaburn called improper stitching on his shorts. The top two finishers from each heat and the next five finishers with the best times qualified for the final. Barns began focusing on qualifying for a state berth after his junior season. “I’m happy,” he said. “I’m thankful for my family and my coaches (who) were helping me out to get here.” “Jaymie did a really good job this season,” Seaburn said. “I was really impressed. When we started the season, he was pretty much in shape already. I really didn’t have to do a whole lot.” Barns was steady throughout his senior season, winning the 400 (51.83) in the district meet May 21 at Gahanna and the regional (50.03) on May 27 at Fairfield Union. Barns’ efforts helped the Eagles tie West Jefferson for 10th (23 points) at district behind first-place Columbus Academy (83.5) and finish 18th (14) at regional behind first-place Academy (71). Barns also competed in the 100 at regional and finished fifth (11.25), one spot from the final state-qualifying berth. “I feel like I left a good legacy,” Barns said. “I hope all the

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Central Ohio enjoyed memorable prep sports year 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 captured his second consecutive 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 finishing second the first two years of her high school career, junior 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) LARRY and Newark LARSON Catholic (Division IV) also reached state. Niki Flower of Upper Arlington overcame an injury-filled season to finish as runner-up in the Division I state girls tennis tournament. It was Flower’s only loss in her final two years of high school. Lauren and Ashley Thai of Hilliard Bradley won the Division II doubles title. ... Harvest Prep won its second consecutive Division IV girls basketball title. Pickerington North reached a state semifinal in Division I. ... The Dublin Jerome boys lacrosse team and the Academy girls team captured

state titles in Division II. Watterson (Division III) and 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.

Sports briefs Thomas More sophomore shortstop David Kennett, a Grove City graduate, has been named a second-team all-American by D3baseball.com. Kennett led the Saints with a .418 batting average this season. He had seven home runs, eight doubles, 41 RBI, 49 runs and was 9-for13 in stolen-base attempts.

Football camp for fifth- through eighth-graders is scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. June 13-17. Volleyball camps are scheduled June 20-22 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.). For more information and registration forms, visit Ready’s website (brhs.org) or call the athletics department at (614) 276-5263.

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... Thomas and Academy played in a state field hockey semifinal, with Thomas winning. The Cardinals finished as state runners-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.

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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

Ready High School is offering various sports camps this summer. Boys basketball camp for seventh- and eighth-graders is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. June 20-23. Girls basketball camp for fourth- through eighth-graders is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to noon June 27-30.

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New chef brings menu thrills to The Rossi “The thrill is goooone, baaaaby,” yowled B.B. King as I was seated at a rare available table in The Rossi Bar + Kitchen. Usually, a shopworn song like this deflates my mood. But that night (Was it the festive crowd? The stylish restaurant?), the old tune felt almost fresh. And hey, I’ve got nothing against B.B., but as the evening progressed, I realized the blues dude’s words couldn’t have been more off base. Because the thoroughly fabulous food I began slamming back at the Rossi proved the thrill is most certainly not gone here. Actually, I haven’t been more enthusiastic about this place since reviewing it the week it opened, in April 2005. My excitement grew from fantastic nightly specials and spread to just-introduced menu items rolled out by the Rossi’s bright new chef, Andrew Smith. Formerly working in that artsy hotbed of culinary daring called Portland, Ore., Smith’s stuff has been creative without tasting strange, ingredient-conscious

MENU by G.A. Benton without sounding precious. This translates into meals as good as I’ve recently had anywhere in town. Before eating, though, try one of the Rossi’s wild cocktails, like the giggly Beet Down ($10). Not only does this ruby-colored, hefty, aromatic oddball go down considerably better than it sounds, but I kinda love it. Refreshingly, it’s a bit citrusy with orangekissed Watershed Gin flying off pomegranate molasses, both grounded by splashes of earthy beet juice. Crystals of sea salt crust the cocktail glass, realigning the palate between sips. The lovely, light and lemony-dressed arugula salad ($10) is another new favorite. It’s huge — a salad king crowned with toasted hazelnuts and a crunchy crostini smeared with Lucky Penny goat

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cheese. Rimming the plate of regal greens are warm prosciutto-wrapped dates that bring smooth and chewy, sweet and meaty contrasts. Like all specials (including a nifty P.L.T.: pancetta, lettuce and tomato salad with Lucky Penny feta) it’s list-

ed on cards posted above the restaurant “pass.” There, you might also see a (sexily seared) scallop, (bacony) crispy pork rillette and tomatillo-jam appetizer. If you do, order this immediately. Ditto for a terrifically balanced soupof-the-day gazpacho ($6). Rustic yet lush, its fresh and colorful chopped vegetables (tomato, cucumber and red onion) were aromatized by a hint of basil and enriched by drops of an excellent olive oil plus pulverized bread. This brings us to what’s become a much-talked-about dish around town — the Rossi’s incredible new Pork and Beans ($18). Criminally undersold by its mundane name, this breakout entree can easily erase bad memories of underachieving predecessors of the same name. It begins with a huge and beautiful bone-in, center-cut pork chop, expertly char-grilled like the tender and juicy steak it is. On top is a mass of mayonnaise-dressed slaw sharpened by sliced

The Rossi Address: 895 N. High St., Short North Phone: 614-299-2810 Web: rossibarandkitchen.com green apple and bits of pickled jalapeno. Surrounding this are gigantic, meaty and creamy corona beans (think extralarge butter beans) that are a riotous pleasure to eat. Combined, it all made for a comfortfood masterpiece dripping with so much arousing flavor that I literally had to pound on the table and declare, “Holy slab of hog, that’s good!” In a similar, dressed-up-casual vein was a glorious Pork Confit sandwich ($9) served with terrific fries. Assembled with carnitas-like strands of intensified pulled pig meat and pickled watermelon rind scented with cinnamon, it’s like the dream of a summertime picnic awakened by a clever chef. And another reason to visit the thrilling Rossi again.

Lac Viet ratchets up cultural-diversity format at Westerville bakery Nanak Bakery and Lac Viet have combined cakes offered at forces in Westerville. Nanak, 895 S. State Thang Nguyen has opened his Vietnamese St. restaurant inside the bakery, which was founded “His good prodmore than a decade ago by husband-and-wife uct, my good product team Hoomin Soltanirad and Fatimah Tajik. — that’s a good fit,” Nguyen said his bowls of noodle soups, rice he said. dishes and sandwiches match well with the EuPlus, he has exropean and Middle Eastern pastries and custom panded his bill of fare to include more appetiz-

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Hooman Soltanirad (left) is the owner of Nanak Bakery and Thang Nguyen is the owner of Lac Viet on Bethel Road. Raad holds a chocolate ganache raspberry cake and Nguyen holds a dish of shrimp mangos salad and beef pho at the Nanak Bakery, 895 S. State St. Nguyen has opened the Vietnamese restaurant inside Nanak Bakery.

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ers, such as mango and shrimp salad, crunchy Vietnamese fish tacos and fried smelts, and entrees, such as lamb pho and a lamb rice platter. The move was strategic, he said. Nguyen has his eyes on the Chase bank crowd in Westerville, where employees number in the 2,000 range. He hopes reasonable prices — no single dish tops $9 — and quick service should get people in the door. “To keep my concept working, I need the volume,” he said, noting that a full liquor license is in place. Banquet space will be used for large parties or spillover seating during restaurant hours. Patio seating also will be added. Nanak, which got its start in Bethel Center, has been long known for its quality, natural desserts. When Soltanirad and Tajik relocated to Westerville in late 2009, Nguyen opened his second Lac Viet in their Bethel Road storefront. Nanak offered a menu of savory items until recently. Soltanirad said it was too difficult to run the bakery and a separate eatery, so he brought in Nguyen. “I know him. I think his food is very good,” he said. “It’s something Westerville doesn’t have.” Nguyen established his first Lac Viet almost seven years ago in the North Market and later opened Phat Wraps, a healthy-food concept on campus. He said he has sold his interest in both restaurants so he could focus on his two other stores. In related news, Nguyen has attained a license through the Ohio Department of Agriculture that allows him to transport food from Lac Viet on Bethel to other locations, meaning he has turned that store into a commissary kitchen. He recently bought a 60-gallon stockpot and intends to sell his pho broth to other restaurants. “I’m ready for the next level,” he said. Lac Viet is open for lunch and dinner hours six days a week, closed Sunday. For more information, call 614-882-0588.

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Great China has opened in the old Fuddruckers location at 3586 W. Dublin-Granville Road, just east of Sawmill Road. The place offers a full Chinese menu (and a traditional menu for those who ask), plus a few Thai and Japanese dishes, said manager Brad Tsai. Great China seats 120 in roughly 5,000 square feet of space. The restaurant has a full liquor license. It is open for lunch and dinner hours daily. For more information, call 614-336-2465. After 21 years in business, the Wine Vault on Sawmill Road has closed. The last day was Saturday, June 4. Manager John Smither, who had been there 16 years, chalked it up to fierce competition, particularly from the chains. “The pie’s not any bigger and it’s getting split thinner and thinner,” he said.

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Home sales Shari L. Hutchinson, $125,900. 499 Millett Dr, 43119, Michael D. Thompson and Richelle L. Thompson, $118,000. 6260 Red Glare Dr, 43119, Beth A. McCoy, $108,918. 5792 Chanwick Dr, 43119, Brent K. Kirk, $98,900. 5904 Epernay Way, 43119, Lindsey Athey, $81,900. 465 Impartial Ln, 43119, Mariah R. Alford; Condo, $75,000. 6099 Sweetleaf Ct, 43119, Brianna R. Clark and Charles A. Stewart, $57,000.

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Columbus/43206 645 S Grant Ave, 43206, Daniel J. Hogan and Donna J. Hogan, $425,000. 641 Briggs St, 43206, Diana E. Hawkins, $219,600. 1422 Kelton Ave, 43206, Fannie Mae, $40,000.

Columbus/43207 4625 Parsons Ave, 43207, Lyndell R. Durr and Bonny J. Durr, $275,000. 4656 Kenross Dr, 43207, US Bank, N.A., $94,000. 126 Phelps Rd, 43207, Michele A. Leavitt, $69,900. 293 Hinman Ave, 43207, Branch Banking Trust Co., $60,000. 150 Fornoff Rd, 43207, Charles Ellis, $50,000. 3026 Nuway Rd, 43207, Quan L. Boyd, $47,685.

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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 wedding, but the reality is, guests rarely remember the invite after opening the envelope. Consider cutting costs by choosing less 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. MICHELLE When choosing flowers, look for varieties that will be in JOHNSON 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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BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following appeals have been filed with the Board of Zoning Appeals: 1.) Dennis Clark, representing United Dairy Farmers, 2516 Southwest Blvd., for a variance to Section 1145.06(c) to install LED price fonts on an existing ground-mounted sign. 2.) Ballubhai Patel, representing La Quinta Inn, 3962 Jackpot Road, for the following variances: a.) To the requirements of Table 1135.12-II to add an architectural feature that would exceed the allowable building height by 10 feet, 8 inches. b.) To Section 1145.06(d) to install a sign that would exceed the roofline. 3.) Donald T. Feibel, representing City Barbeque Inc., 2261 Stringtown Road, for the following variances: a.) To Section 1145.16(e)(1) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to exceed the maximum 8-foot height for monument signs by 11 feet, 10 inches, and the 50-square-foot allowable area for monument signs by 68 square feet. b.) To Section 1145.06(g) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to allow exposed neon tubing on wall and monument signage. 4.) Roger G. Runion, R&S Builders LLC, representing Dave Endicott, 5775 Cypress Hollow Ct., for the following variances: a.) To Section 1135.10(a) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to build a detached garage that exceeds the 700square-foot allowable area for detached garages by 20 square feet and, combined with the existing attached garage, exceeds the 900-square-foot overall allowable area for garages by 300 square feet. b.) To Section 1137.08(h) of Grove City’s Codified Ordinances to exceed the 13-foot allowable height for detached garages by 1 foot. Such appeals will be heard at 7:00 p.m. Monday, June 27, 2011, at City Hall, 4035 Broadway, Grove City, Ohio. The City of Grove City Board of Zoning Appeals Grove City, Ohio

Grove City Council LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-18-11, an ordinance to Rezone Parcel #040-003770 located at 4346 Broadway from C-1 to C-2, was approved by the Council of the City of Grove City on June 06, 2011. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-19-11, an ordinance to Rezone Parcel #040-003780 located at 3795 Broadway from D-1 to R-2, was approved by the Council of the City of Grove City on June 06, 2011. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-21-11, an ordinance to appropriate $110,000.00 from the General Fund for the Current Expense of the Lumberyard Temporary Site Improvements, was approved by the Council of the City of Grove City on June 06, 2011. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-22-11, an ordinance to approve a Special Use Permit for Outdoor Sales for Giant Eagle located at 2176 Stringtown Road, was approved by the Council of the City of Grove City on June 06, 2011. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-23-11, an ordinance to amend the Zoning Text for Pinnacle Club of Grove City as adopted by Ord. C-126-03, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-24-11, an ordinance to Appropriate $24,000.00 from the Community Development Fund for the “Grove City Presents the Ohio Flags of Honor Memorial” Weekend Event, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-25-11, an ordinance to Amend Section 161.10 of the Codified Ordinances titled Employee Status, Number of Employees per Department, Pay Grades, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-26-11, an ordinance to Approve a Loan for Tossed-N-Grilled under the Town Center Loan Program, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-27-11, an ordinance to Appropriate $28,950.00 from the Capital Improvement Fund for the Current Expense of the Stringtown/Hoover Roads Bridge Improvements, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-28-11, an ordinance to Appropriate $18,298.00 from the General Fund for the Current Expense of Professional Services for the Stringtown Road Gateway/Interchange Aesthetics Improvement Planning, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. Notice is hereby given that Ordinance No. C-29-11, an ordinance to Authorize the City Administrator to execute all documentation necessary to Accept Ownership of the White Road Bridges over Mulberry Run and Grove City Creek from Franklin County, will come before the Council of the City of Grove City on June 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall – Council Chambers, 4035 Broadway. All interested persons are invited to attend and state their views thereon. Tami K. Kelly, MMC, Clerk of Council

CHRISTMAS IN JUNE! 100’s of Santa items. Fri. June 10th & Sat. June 11th. 9 am to 3 pm. 4440 Huntwicke Dr., Hilliard 43026. 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 Galloway, 1368 Chenille Way, Laurel Greene sub, Fri-Sat 6/10-6/11, 9-3. Small appls, hutch, brass flr lamp, computer hdwr, home decor, collectible cookie tins, 100’s of items! GARAGE SALE 2652 Dolores Drive, Grove City. June 10 & 11, 8am-4:30pm. Women’s name brand clothes, toys, antique glassware, furniture, HH items, books and alot of misc items.

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

Bamboo Table Set w/glass top, Like New, Other Furniture Avail. 614-257-9359 or 256-7474

PITBULL PUPS $150 ea, males or females. All colors. Parents on Premises. 1st shots & wormed. 740-947-2438. See BullyBreedKennel on Face Book.

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Circle S Farms For Already Picked Call 614-878-7980 For Picking Information Call 614-878-9462 9015 London-Groveport Rd Grove City, OH 43123

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ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC registered, German & Champion bloodlines, hip certifica tion. Call 614-537-7431 Yorkie & Maltese Mix very small, 3 little girls $300 ea. Have parents on site, dad 3lbs, mom 4lbs. 614-308-5008

YORKIE - POO’S

ADULT CATS FREE TO GOOD HOMES ALL FIXED Please call 614-853-3789 after 5 pm

SIAMESE KITTENS Purebred , seal point , blue point, choc $150. Cash only 937-584-4497.

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Yorkie-Poos M & F Goldendoodles Mini, M. Health gtd. 740-574-1456 or 740-352-5278

37 ACRES MEIGS COUNTY 8 room historic home, 5 outbuildings, lot of timber, free gas. Plumbing and septic system included. City water. Good hunting area. Contact or visit: Eli Miller, 38617 SR 684, Pomeroy, OH. 45769.

YORKIE PUPS - males, CKC, 11 weeks, 1st shots/wormed, vet check 2x, tails docked, $400 614-879-7241 or 614-879-6617

Estate Sale Modular Home For Sale in Enchanted Acres 1791 sqft, 55+park Handicap Accessible $49,900 - (614)326-9253

Located in the heart of Grove City....

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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

ûHOCKING HILLSû Country home for sale. Logan, OH. Private 3BR home on quiet country road + guest/rental cottage, lrg gar, clear pond, on 11+ acres. www.hockinghills countryhome4sale.com Call Mike or Donna at 740-380-9828.

NELSONVILLE READY TO MOVE IN! Behind Doctor’s Hospital 5 mins. to Rocky Brands, 15 mins. to Ohio University. 5 mins to Hocking College. $129,000. Call 740-753-1702.

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TWIN SINGLE Near Obetz 1 BR - Quiet - No Pets $350/month 614-314-4248

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BMW 94 K750 - Candy Apple Red. ABS breaks, 2 windshields avail.: 1 aftermarket windshield & 1 orig., saddlebags, 2 seats, 39,000 miles, $4,995. Call 614-836-3452. Suzuki 07 Burgman 650 Scooter, 550 miles, $6,750 OBO. 740-969-3880.

1985 Terry Taurus 23’ Pole Camper by Fleetwood, includes awning, sleeps 8, furnace needs minor repair, needs tires, $2,500, will negotiate. Call 740-927-8708

White 1 ton GMC 1973, utility body, orange ladder racks, ’88 motor w/ less than 11,000 miles. Runs great, looks good, $2,500 neg. 614-725-3311

NOTICE What happens when you use

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

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"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

Paige Gutters/ Drains $10 off with ad 5% Senior Discount Seamless Gutters: Installed, screened, Cleaned

Underground Drains: Snaked, Repaired, Replaced

AA Progressive Basement Don’t go broke finishing your basement! Quality work by experienced professionals. Insured. Refs. avail. Call Steve 614-571-2093 www.myspace.com/ aaprogressivedrywall

Advantage Paving New or recap blacktop, Driveways, parking lots, 10% off with ad, free esti mate. Call 614-832-6700

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On-site. Same Day Service $25 Off! Certified Techs. ANY COMPUTER ISSUE! 614-465-3278 fastteks.com

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

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Kitchens, Baths, Carpentry, Plumbing, Minor Electric, Drywall, Ceramic Tile, 17 yrs Exp. Ins. Free Est. Jerry, 614-563-5488

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

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

Call 614-875-6375

PATIOS & MORE Paver & Stone Patios Retaining Walls/Mulch Spring Clean-Ups ICPI Certified Free Est. 16 Yrs. Exp. ûû (614) 732-3824 ûû

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

Aaron Allen Moving Owned by Military Veteran Bonded & Insured PUCO #158-044-HG (614) 299-6683 & 263-0649

Cutting Edge Landscaping Paver Patio, Paver Sidewalk, & Retaining Wall SPECIALS Services We Offer • Spring clean up • Mowing • Trimming

Call Randy (614) 551-6963

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

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

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

614-394-4499 A Budget Priced Company with Professional Quality. BUDGET PRO SIGN-UP today & get a FREE POWERWASH w/whole house paint job. Ins/Free Est, 614-237-4187 budgetproservice.com A Job Well Done Again Painting, Powerwashing, Stucco & Drywall Repair, Gutter Cleaning, Carpentry. Need some thing done? Just ask! (614) 235-1819 Call Today! Interior & Exterior Painting Full Finishing & Decorative Painting. Excellent rates 18 years experience. INTERIOR DESTINATIONS Michelle, 740-334-9946 PRECISION 1 Serving Central Ohio Since 1986! Exterior trim, stucco, siding, paint, power wash ing & deck restoration. 614-833-6000

BURT’S PAINTING

• Edging • Mulching • Landscape Design

" SPRING SPECIAL " 15 Yrs Exp. FREE EST Locally Owned & Operated

614-539-3412 All In One Plumbing "One Call Does It ALL" $25 off labor with ad CC Accepted (614)801-1508

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

Madison Plumbing

Affordable Prices!

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

WE ARE YOUR

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

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

VRC Basement finishing, Bathroom remolding, All Drywall needs & Painting Call Shane: (614)735-3173

Contact us today for your free estimate.

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

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CHARLEY’S HANDYMAN SERVICE Painting, Plumbing, Remodeling, Electrical Insured, Bonded, 10+ Years Experience

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A Job Well Done Again Repair Specialists/Chimneys

614-235-1819

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

GROVE CITY TREE SERVICE

Tree Trimming, Removal, & Stump Grinding FREE ESTIMATES 614-871-2979 Certified Arborist Fully Insured BBB A+Angies List " OVER THE TOP " Tree Pruning & Removal Stump Grinding Excellent Clean-up FREE EST., 614-370-4669 MATHEW’S TREE SERVICE ∂ Tree removal ∂ Stump grinding ∂ Topping Call: 614-704-2181

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STUMP GRINDING Reasonable Rates Jason, 614-402-7517

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Hay Hay Sizzling Summer Sale The All-New Th All N 2 2011 Buick Regal Leather interior, power windows & locks, aluminum wheels #1303K

Lease for $259/mo* for 39 months

New 2011 Buick LaCrosse

New 2011 Buick Lucerne

CX, 3.6L V6, Comfort & Convience Pkg, #1218K

6 Passenger Seating, White Diamond Tri-Coat paint

LEASE FOR

WAS $31,785

$299/mo*

NOW

FOR 39 MONTHS

$27,975

New 2011 Buick Enclave CXL Leather Trim W/Captain Chairs, Driver ConямБdence Pkg, Remote Start, Parking Assist, Rear View Camera, 8 Way Driver, Power Heated Seats, 4 Way Power Front Passenger Seat With Lumbar. #1286K

LEASE FOR

$469/mo* FOR 39 MONTHS 2011 GMC Sierra Ext Cab 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, 17'' Chrome Style Wheels, Cruise, XM Radio, Keyless Entry #1213G

LEASE FOR $270/ $270/mo* mo* FOR 39 MONTHS *$1,779 DUE AT SIGNING. PLUS TAX, TITLE, LICENSE & DEALER FEES. 12K MILES PER YEAR $0.18 MILES OVERAGE. MUST QUALIFY THROUGH US BANK. $395 DUE AT LEASE TERMINATION. LACROSSE PAYMENT INCLUDES GM OWNER LOYALTY (CURRENT 99 OR NEWER BUICK, GMC, OLDS OR PONTIAC) OR CONQUEST. 99 OR NEWER NON GM PASSENGER CAR OR LIGHT DUTY TRUCK. OFFER ENDS 6-30-11

New 2011 GMC Terrain

New 2011 GMC Acadia

Power Windows & Locks, Back Up Camera, Aluminum Wheels

8 Passenger, White Diamond, #1363G

LEASE FOR

LEASE FOR

$299/mo*

$339/mo*

FOR 39 MONTHS

FOR 39 MONTHS

New 2011 GMC Yukon 4WD SLT 2Nd Row Bucket Seats, Heavy Duty, Trailering Pkg, Sunroof, Rear Seat, DVD, Navigation, SLT Equip. Pkg #1323G

MSRP $54,370 LEASE FOR

$579/mo* FOR 39 MONTHS

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MAKE YOUR BEST DEAL AND PRESENT THIS COUPON FOR AN EXTRA $500 FOR YOUR TRADE IN!!

PURCHASE A NEW GMC AND RECEIVE $500 WORTH OF FREE ACCESSORIES!

Must present coupon. One coupon per customer. Expires 6-30-11

Must present coupon. Not valid on Terrains. One coupon per customer. Expires 6-30-11

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