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CAC officers retain current posts By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Clintonville Area Commission members decided to stay with the cards they’d been dealt, although they toyed with the idea of swapping kings. The existing slate of officers were all returned to those duties for another year at last week’s annual reorganization meeting, which also saw the seating of two new members, Rob Wood for District 1 and in District 2, Nancy Kuhel. The vote to keep vice chairman Nick Cipiti of District 5, secretary Jennifer

Rob Wood

Nancy Kuhel

Nick Cipiti

Kangas of District 6 and treasurer James R. Blazer II of District 3 was unanimous, but it was on a split decision that John DeFourny earned another term as chairman. At the outset of the reorganization por-

Jennifer Kangas James R. Blazer John DeFourny

tion of a relatively brief and peaceful monthly session, Dave Southan of District 7 offered a motion nominating the current officers to retain their posts. Blazer seconded the motion. District 9’s D Searcy put forth Mike

Dave Southan

D Searcy

Mike Folmar

Folmar, the District 4 representative, as mously to separate the election of chairchairman. man from that of the other three leaderFolmar pointed out that a second is ship posts. not required when it comes to nominaIn stating his case for becoming chairtion of officers. See CAC OFFICERS, page A5 Commission members voted unani-

No speed limit cutback or engineering study for North High


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walking routes in many different neighborhoods by identifying points to ponder along the way. In the North Broadway route, for example, walkers may observe various historic homes and Immaculate Conception Church and grotto, as well as other churches and sites. Clinton Elementary School, an “im-

Don’t expect a slowdown of traffic on North High Street any time soon. Although Clintonville Area Commission members have been talking for years about getting the speed limit on the neighborhood’s major artery reduced from the current 35 miles an hour to 25 miles an hour, District 5 representative Nick Cipiti advised them last week not to hold their collective breath. The desire for a reduction in the speed limit was given recent impetus by the death of resident Molly Palsgrove Davis, who was killed in a highspeed crash on March 15. After Mike Folmar, the District 4 representative and co-chairman with Cipiti of the planning and development committee, gave a report at last week’s commission meeting on continued efforts at reducing the speed limit on North High Street to what it is in many other parts of the city, Cipiti announced the results of a meeting he’d had that day with two officials with the Public Service Department. While Folmar said that city officials had indicated structural changes to North High Street, such as speed “bump-outs,” might be a step toward cutting the legal limit to 25 miles an hour, Cipiti said that he was told in no uncertain terms that nothing of that nature could happen without an engineering study. Further, Cipiti said the officials informed him that no funds are available now or for the next five years to pay for such a study. “If we want it done, we’d have to pay for it ourselves,” Cipiti said. Officials weren’t being mean or anything, the

See ART WALK MAP, page A2


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German Village Cupcakes player Chris Anderson (center), of Clintonville, is tagged out by the Ohio Village Muffins’ Frank “Two Bits” Thompson as tally keeper Jim Kimnach, of Upper Arlington, looks on during their vintage “base ball” game — played with 1866 rules, hence the historic spelling of the game — at Schiller Park on July 10. The Muffins, who have been sponsored for 30 years by the Ohio Historical Society, defeated the Cupcakes, 21 to 5, for their second consecutive win. The teams played for the first time last year.

Local Art Walk map to come out next month By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

A map intended to get people up and walking in parts of Clintonville by informing them where public art, examples of unique architecture and historic sites can be found should be ready for distribution in early August. Betsy A. Pandora, healthy places coordinator for Columbus Public

Health, appeared at last week’s Clintonville Area Commission meeting. The neighborhood will, when the “Columbus Arts Walks, Clintonville” map is completed, become the ninth section of the city to have one, joining the Near East Side, Arena District, Discovery District, Franklinton, German Village, Statehouse area, Short North and University District. “We wanted Clintonville to be a

part of this, as well,” the healthy places coordinator said. Pandora provided each commission member with a draft version of the proposed walks for Clintonville, which cover historic North Broadway, North High Street south of Oakland Park Avenue and the Crestview area. The Art Walks build upon a Columbus Public Health concept to devise

Artists form group to have studio, with lots of extras By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

“It seemed to me like it was a supportive community of creative people,” offered Seth Josephson, one of the newest to join the group. Here’s how the itlookslikeitsopen members describe themselves on their website: “We are a group of artists and designers working to make art and experiences happen.” And that, in all its glorious ambiguity, is the long and the short of it. Not a lot of limits there and these definitely aren’t your grandparents’ artists, either. At almost assuredly no point in their lengthy discussions did Manet turn to Renoir and Cezanne and Gauguin and By Lorrie Cecil/ThisWeek Monet and say, “Did you guys see the sauerkraut thing that he did?” Ryan Agnew (left), Aimee Sones, Mike Shiflet, Seth Josephson, Herb Vincent Peterson and Jessica Larva are all

It doesn’t look like it’s open. But it is, a lot, and has been for around two years at 13 E. Tulane Road, just up from Cup o’ Joe. First of all, itlookslikeitsopen — that’s the name, not a typo, although SpellCheck hates it — is not a studio. All of the relatively youthful artists who have come together to operate out of the space agree on that. What it is gets a whole lot more complicated. It’s not so much a source of disagreement among the itlookslikeitsopen members. It’s just that what their group is all about is difficult to describe. “It’s an artists’ studio space,” offered member Aimee Sones. “A studio with expanded use,” put in artists whose work will be shown in “itlookslikeitsopen,” a new studio and exhibition space at 13 E. Tulane Road. Mike Shiflet. See ARTISTS FORM GROUP, page A2 Not pictured is Jesse Hemminger.

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Artists form group to have studio, with extras ART WALK MAP Continued from page A1

But that’s exactly what popped out of Ryan Agnew’s mouth during a group interview last week about a recent installation by absent member Jesse Hemminger, who created mobility in the work using the small electrical charge that can be derived from pickled cabbage. For one thing, none of these artists ARE just one thing. “We all have broader practices,” Sones said. “Each of us has more than one medium or more than one practice we’re interested in.” The current lineup of itlookslikeitsopen members includes Sones of Columbus, Herb Vincent Peterson of the Westgate neighborhood, Northland resident Jessica Larva, Agnew of Old North Columbus and Clintonville residents Shiflet, Josephson and Hemminger. They’re all in their 30s, but just barely; Agnew, at 33, is the oldest while the rest are all either 31 or 32. What has become an intriguingly named non-gallery in the former home of Skreened T-shirt shop, now on North High Street, dates back several years to a time when Peterson and fellow founder Jamie Boyle, who has since moved away, were working together at a studio south of German Village.

They would, as friends will, “come up with crazy ideas,” Peterson recalled. “Really, it was all about trying to make money in some crazy ways,” he said. “One day I said, ‘Well, we need a place to make all these things. I need a place or I’m going to die.’ ” They couldn’t let that happen so Boyle and Peterson began searching for a place, soon assisted by Agnew. “Really, what it was about, I missed the camaraderie of graduate school,” Peterson said. “We knew that as a group we could pull (money) together and have a place worth being at.” The first place they found, near the intersection of Maynard Avenue and Summit Street, didn’t quite come up to that threshold. “It had some structural problems,” Peterson said, and they soon got out of the lease. Another one time itlookslikeitsopen member since departed, Adele Mattern, used to live a short distance from the original location for Skreened and became aware when the space became vacant. “We lucked out,” Agnew said. Larva joined itlookslikeitsopen after one of the previous members moved on. She knew Peterson from their days at Ohio Dominican University.

“I wanted to be part of the conversation they were having,” she said. “Those conversations are really important to our practice,” Peterson said. These artists use a broad brush for what they consider art to be. Josephson, for example, leads monthly meditation classes in the East Tulane space. Since opening itlookslikeitsopen, the members have put on shows — although it’s definitely not a gallery — had yoga classes, held “video support group” meetings, hosted improvisation gatherings, put on concerts and more, according to Sones. The key to their identity, she said, is that they have no specific identity. That clears that up. But what about the name? “We never wanted to be a brand, but we branded ourselves,” Peterson said. “I don’t really know how to explain it. We needed a website. We wanted a website.” Since everyone had separate ideas of what they wanted and needed the space to be other, other than not a gallery, many different ideas were kicked around, and somehow itlookslikeitsopen came out on top. “We never wanted to be one specific space,” Peterson said. What they would like to be, in the words of Shiflet, who holds

Tuesday evening events for sound artists, is the “epicenter for young, emerging artists.” “I think the emerging part is a very important part of that,” Sones commented. To that end, itlookslikeitsopen members have hosted receptions for shows by young artists. “Sometimes it’s more important for the artists to see their work more than anyone else,” Larva said. “When they can see their own work on the wall, it helps them even if there wasn’t a reception.” By the same token, it hasn’t been all young artists. “We’ve also allowed this space to be a forum for older artists who have mentored us,” Agnew said. One thing they don’t do is rent out the space. “No weddings or bar mitzvahs,” Larva said. People interested in seeing art and experiences happen might want to stop by 13 E. Tulane Road sometime. It might be open, looks notwithstanding.

Continued from page A1 promptu community garden” and the mural and bottle collection at the Pace and High Carryout are included on the High Street route. Crestview area walkers can take in examples of bungalows, the oldest home in the neighborhood and the Calumet viaduct. The Columbus Art Walks program began in 2010, according to Pandora. The Clintonville walk was developed with the help of local residents and Clintonville Historic Society president Mary Rodgers. It is hoped the maps will bring people to Clintonville and perhaps improve business for local merchants, according to Pandora. Small signs have been installed in the public right of way and on utility poles for some of the Art Walks, she added. “This is way cool,” commented Nick Cipiti, the CAC’s District 5 representative. “I can’t way to give it a try.” Commission chairman John DeFourny pointed out that the draft map for Clintonville doesn’t include the northern portion of the neighborhood. “It’s not meant to be a catalog of everything,” Pandora said. “It’s meant to be a sample.” Pandora added that she would be working with Mayor Michael B. Coleman’s environmental steward and Green Spot program to develop a “Green Walk” for north Clintonville.

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Injured police officer receives proclamations By KEVIN PARKS

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Moments after receiving commendations from state Sen. Jim Hughes and the Clintonville Area Commission last week, a Columbus Division of Police officer who was seriously wounded in the line of duty on April 30 hastened to point out that others were also injured that morning. “It wasn’t a one-person deal,” said officer John Sullivan, who spent a dozen of his 23 years on the force assigned to the precinct that covers Clintonville. Sullivan, 58, was accompanied by his wife and two daughters as he was called to the front of the CAC meeting room during the July session. District 7 representative Dave Southan, the panel’s safety liaison, made the arrangements for the Senate and commission proclamations for Sullivan, who was hit once in each shoulder as

Randle L. Roberts II, 27. Roberts, according to published reports, was believed to have killed four members of a family, all relatives of his wife’s, in Adams County the night of April 29 before driving to Columbus that morning and crashing his pickup truck through the fence of a church. Also wounded in the hail of gunfire that erupted at the North Linden home were Sgts. Robert Forsythe and Tyron Hollis. Sullivan received a standing ovation from those present at last week’s area commission meeting when he was summoned to listen as Hughes, (R-Columbus), read from the Senate proclamation. “Very few of us have a job, you don’t know if you’re coming home that night,” Hughes commented. “This man, as well as all law enforcement officers,

Hughes told Sullivan he was pleased the officer was continuing to heal from his wounds. “Your actions are deserving of high praise,” the state senator said. In presenting Sullivan with the CAC commendation, Southan said that the officer had patrolled the streets of Clintonville for “many, many years” before being assigned to another precinct as part of a widespread reorganization of the division. During his brief remarks, Sullivan made it clear that the wounds he suffered April 30 were not in vain. “We did get the bad guy,” he said. “He’d killed four people the night before and we had to do something.” Sullivan has been with the department since Dec. 13, 1987.

CAC unanimously OKs request for variance An Oakland Park Avenue resident has received the Clintonville Area Commission’s blessing to construct a carport and two-story room addition, but he just better never try to rent that room out. In recommending approval for variance requests to side-yard setbacks, the commission’s zoning and variance committee imposed three conditions. The first involved the elevations for the proposed work being stamped and signed by chairman John DeFourny. “The elevations are what’s important,” zoning and variance committee co-chairwoman Sandy Simbro said. The other two, that the added room have no running water or outside entrance, are intended to prevent it from ever being used as a rental unit, according to Simbro. Simbro said that she and her committee members have no concerns the present owners, Dou-

glas and Laura Ball, would ever try to rent the room, which would not be allowed under city regulations anyway. However, Simbro pointed out that the variance goes with the property, not the owner, and the conditions were intended to prevent some future owner from even being tempted to turn the room addition into a rental unit. The side yard variances, from 10 feet to 8 feet in one instance and 5 feet to 3 feet in the other, were required because the proposed carport would otherwise have been too narrow, Simbro told commission members. Douglas Ball was present at the meeting but was not called upon to speak. The commission members voted 9-0 to accept the committee’s recommendation. The request goes before the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals for final approval later this month. — Kevin Parks

NORTH HIGH STREET Continued from page A1 committee co-chairman hastened to add, but rather were just stating the reality of the situation. Folmar said that Republican mayoral candidate Earl Smith, onetime spokesman for the Columbus Division of Police, had attended a planning and de-

velopment meeting at which the High Street speed limit issue was raised. Smith suggested requesting enhanced enforcement of the current speed limit. That’s already happening, according to CAC chairman John DeFourny. He said that he observed a whole host of motorists

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Goodwill Columbus team boasts own Gold Medalist Jeff Brewer traveled to Athens, Greece, late last month as a Special Olympics athlete representing Goodwill Columbus. The Clintonville resident, who works in the Northland area, came home a Gold Medalist. A sign-carrying delegation of Goodwill employees and individuals with developmental disabilities gathered last week in the Food Court on the ticketing level of the Port Columbus International Airport to cheer and welcome Brewer, 37, back from the 2011 Special Olympics World Games. “Jeff not only ran his personal best at 1:01 seconds in the 400meter run, but he became a world champion,” Steve Weaver, the coordinator of athletic programs at Goodwill and Brewer’s coach for all Special Olympic events, said in a statement. Weaver witnessed Brewer’s victory in Athens, the birthplace of the Olympics. “Jeff was like a young boy who received a precious gift as he beamed from ear to ear with joy … and showed everyone his gold medal,” Weaver was quoted as saying. “It was fantastic to see.”

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Clintonville Woman’s Club officers The Clintonville Woman’s Club recently installed its new officers. They are (front row) Agnes Benedict, president elect; Jeanne Wilkerson, president; (back row) Judy Skinner, vice president; Carol Raparelli, corresponding secretary; Marilyn Fawcett, financial secretary; Norma Disinger, treasurer; and Rianne Vlahos, recording secretary.

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Ohio Elite squad earns tournament title By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The ceremonial drenching — and the victory — must have been quite refreshing for Ohio Elite 14-and-under baseball coach David Lee. Ohio Elite beat the Ohio Force of Cincinnati 7-1 in the Buckeye Elite Showcase Tournament 14-and-under championship game on July 10 at Olentangy High School. As the team celebrated in the outfield on a hot afternoon, players poured a cooler of water over Lee.

Ohio Elite improved to 41-9 this season. Pitcher Brad Wilson, who will attend Northridge, pitched a complete game. He allowed six hits, struck out eight and walked one. “We’re starting to come together as a team,” Wilson said. “We’ve been having trouble the first couple of weeks, but everybody is starting to hit at the same time, everybody is fielding, all of our pitching is coming together. We’re coming together very well.” Cameron Comer’s RBI single scored Kyle Galyk with the game’s first run in

the fifth inning. “We just came out and hit the ball like we knew how to, played like we knew how to and we knew we’d win,” said Comer, who attends Olentangy Liberty. Ohio Elite added three runs in the sixth, highlighted by Tyrell Harris’two-run single, and three runs in the seventh, with Comer delivering a two-run single. Second baseman Evan Lee, the coach’s son, made a key defensive play when he caught a line drive and doubled off Force leadoff batter Jordan Ramey at third base in the fourth inning to keep the game scoreless.

Ohio Elite advanced to the title game by beating the East Side Irish 18-5 in six innings, the Great Lakes Giants 10-2, the Academy Stars of Buffalo 3-2 and Team New Era of Buffalo 16-5 in five innings. Ohio Elite received a championship T-shirt, plaque and commemorative bat. “We’ve really peaked the last couple of weeks,” coach Lee said. “Brad pitched a complete game. We knew coming in he was one of our top pitchers. ... The best thing with our staff is we’re eight, nine deep and they all throw.” •The Columbus Cobras 18-and-under team reached a semifinal but lost to the

Lookouts of Alliance 4-1 on July 10 at Dublin Jerome. The Cobras advanced to the semifinal round with a come-from-behind 5-4 win over Steve’s Sports of Mayfield. Trailing 4-2 with two outs in the seventh inning, the Cobras’ Kendall Johnson hit a routine fly ball to left fielder Drew Teller, who dropped it, allowing the tying runs to score. Gahanna graduate Josh Bokor, who recently completed his freshman season at Ohio State, singled to score Johnson See BASEBALL, page B3


Athletes describe ideal coach One of the most critical aspects in the development of a young person comes when an older individual provides a model on how to grow and be successful. While parents set the standard for influencing their daughters and sons, coaches can have an enorLARRY mous impact on how stuLARSON dent-athletes perceive themselves, how hard they want to work to get better and how they make adjustments when things go right or wrong. This week, the high school student-athletes writing in my summer series detail the qualities they like best in their coaches. Napoleon Bell, Hartley, football and wrestling: “I like a coach whose top goals are not only the success of the team but also are geared towards the betterment of the athletes and people around him.” Morgan Ransom, Columbus Academy, golf: “I love having a coach who wants what is best for me and is willing to push me to be the best. It is also important that a coach is there for you on a bad day.” Mary Wells, Westerville Central, bowling: “To me, the key things for being a successful coach is knowledge of the sport and being patient with the athlete.” Michela Paradiso, Upper Arlington, soccer and basketball: “I like an intense coach who coaches me to improve every day and who knows the potential of his or her players and refuses to let them fall short.” Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, football: “I like coaches who have a sense of humor and who are relaxed, but at the same time with that coach, you know you can’t slack off and always have to work hard.” Jake Blankenship, Gahanna, pole vault: “What is important to me is that a coach has experience in pole vaulting and has had multiple different inputs from other coaches and how to be successful in vaulting.” Austin Cuervo, St. Charles, golf: “I like a coach that is laid back and easy going, but is always confident in their team and always wants to compete at the highest level of play.”

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Rick Parcher, 71, has been coaching in the North Columbus Comets program since helping form the club in 1962.


Parcher’s influence goes beyond field By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Rick Parcher has been an ambassador and teacher of baseball for 50 years. He not only instructs his players on the finer points of the game, but provides “life lessons” by reading poems and stories to help emphasize his points. “There are so many life lessons in baseball,” said the 71-year-old Parcher, who

coaches Tree of Life Christian School in the spring and the North Columbus Comets in the summer. “A lot of (the lessons) you learn the hard way — learning to deal with victory and defeat, success and failure. You learn how to make your own needs secondary to those of the team. “Those things all come automatically with athletics, but I believe life lessons that are learned are learned more carefully, definitely and effectively if the

process is guided by the coach, so I do a lot of talking.” Parcher, who has coached at Tree of Life since 1995, winning four MOCAL championships, helped form the Comets in 1962 during his senior year at the University of Wisconsin. The team’s first home field was at Whetstone Park. The Under-14 travel team now is a member of the Central Ohio Youth Base-

ball League. The Comets improved to 16-8 with a 14-4, five-inning win over the Grove City Vipers on July 6 at Ridgeview Middle School, which has been the team’s home since 1975. Parcher was part of a group that helped build four fields at Ridgeview. The complex now has seven fields. See PARCHER, page B2

Top Individual Performances: No. 5

Backes powered Bears’ run to state title By PATRICK DOLAN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

In the days leading up to the 2000 Division I state championship game between the Upper Arlington High School football team and Solon, Golden Bears running back and safety Jeff Backes was named Ohio’s Mr. Football. More than 10 years later, Backes admits that he felt some additional pressure to play well because of the award. However, he didn’t let the pressure get the best of him as he rushed for 183 yards The Columbus Dispatch file photo and two touchdowns on 32 carJeff Backes rushed for 183 yards and had a game-saving intercep- ries and preserved a 15-9 victoSee LARSON, page B2 tion in a 15-9 win over Solon in the 2000 Division I state final. ry on Dec. 2, 2000, at Fawcett

Stadium in Canton with an interception with less than a minute remaining. UA finished 15-0 and became the first central Ohio team to win the big-school state title since the inception of the playoffs in 1972. “No other Mr. Football (honorees) had won the state championship, so in a way there was some added pressure,” said Backes, a 2001 UA graduate who went on to play for Northwestern University. “But I was confident in my teammates and my own abilities.” Darrell Mayne, who was UA’s coach at the time, would have preferred the Mr. Football announcement to have been made

after the championship game. “As a coach, you don’t want one of your (players) to have that honor bestowed on them before a big game like that,” said Mayne, who coached the Bears from 1998-2004. “That just adds to the adrenaline flow of the opponent. But what Jeff did that game is a testament to his toughness because he rose to that challenge. “It was a tremendous performance on his part. He had a great supporting cast, but nonetheless it was a great performance. Any time you rush for 180 yards in a Division I state championship game, I think that’s a superior See BACKES, page B2

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Bernard Master Tennis Classic

Witsken, Schiller defeat OSU duo in open final By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Chuck Bolton of Westerville returns a shot July 9 during tournament play.


Eighteen years after he earned All-American honors for the University of Alabama men’s tennis team, Rick Witsken still is on top of his game. Witsken and Matt Schiller defeated 2011 Ohio State graduate Matt Allare and Buckeyes senior Steve Williams 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 in the men’s open final of the Bernard Master Tennis Classic on July 10. The two-day doubles tournament was held at the Wickertree Tennis Club in north Columbus. “I didn’t play for seven years. (Then two years ago) I played well in an individual tennis tournament,” said Witsken, who was one of four players who represented the United States in the Tony Trabert Cup in New Zealand last February. “All of a sudden it was like, ‘Wow, I think I can still do this.’ That kind of motivated me.” “Any time there’s a competitive tournament like this, you know you’re going to playing against

Counting down to No. 1 ThisWeek Community Newspapers has been around for 22 years. That timeframe was used as the basis to compile a top-10 list of the top individual performances we’ve covered. Along with the experienced sports staff at ThisWeek and Steve Blackledge, high school reporter at The Columbus Dispatch, we arrived at a top-10 list. Below are Nos. 6-10. Check back next week for No. 4 and let us know your thoughts at NOS. 6-10: 10. MAURICE HALL, Brookhaven football (Oct. 27, 2000) — During a season in which he rushed for 3,057 yards to rank fifth on Ohio’s all-time list, Hall’s most memorable individual performance came during the final week of the regular season. The Bearcats beat Briggs 75-16 as Hall rushed for 411 yards and eight touch-

downs on 19 carries. 9. LATOYA TURNER, Pickerington girls basketball (March 19, 1999) — The 6-foot-4 senior helped the Tigers advance to the Division I state final with her 29-point performance in a 5135 win over Wadsworth. The Ohio State recruit made 12 of 14 shots from the floor and was 5-for-6 from the freethrow line while adding five rebounds, four steals and two assists. 8. DARCY FISHBACK, Upper Arlington girls swimming (Feb. 27-28, 2009) — During preliminaries Feb. 27, Fishback broke the state record in the 100-yard butterfly when she finished in 53.38 seconds. She won her fourth state title in the event the next day in 54.17 seconds. Fishback also swam on two state-record relays, the 200 medley (1:43.59) and the 200 freestyle (1:34.24). 7. CHARLES JOHNSON, Watkins Memorial boys basketball (Feb. 24,

1995) — There have been few more surprising performances than what this 5-8 senior guard accomplished in leading the Warriors to a 93-87 overtime upset of second-seeded and stateranked London in the second round of the Division II district tournament. Watkins Memorial was just 1-19 entering the matchup but got 57 points from Johnson, who made 19 of 34 from floor, including eight 3-pointers, and was 11-for-15 from the free-throw line. He added eight rebounds, six steals and five assists. 6. KHALILAH CARPENTER, Brookhaven girls track and field (June 2-3, 2000) — At the 2000 Division I state meet, the junior broke the meet and state records in the 100 meters with a time of 11.59 seconds on June 2. The next day, she won the 100 in 11.71 and the 200 title in 23.69, a time that lowered the state mark she already held.

an athletic line, which allowed us to do a lot of counter plays. (The linemen) made their blocks, and it turned into a footrace (to the end zone).” Solon cut the deficit to 15-9 on a 36-yard field goal by Tim Echan with 4:18 left in the third quarter but wouldn’t cross into Bears territory again until its final possession, which started from its own 30 with 1:40 remaining in the game. The Comets needed just five plays to reach the UA 22. Then, after an incomplete pass on first down, Solon quarterback Jay Price tried to hit running back Scott Greenberg, who had lined up as a receiver, down the middle of the field in the end zone. However, Backes stepped in front of Greenberg and intercepted the pass at the goal line, returning the ball to the UA 11 with 46 seconds left. “They were in a four-receiver set and were trying to stretch the field and get one of the seams,” Mayne said. “The quarterback

put a little bit of a loft on the ball and right away I thought, ‘Man, I think Jeff will pick this off.’ Of course, he did, and he had the presence of mind to not try to be a hero and try to return it (for a touchdown).” “Someone turned to me in the huddle and said, ‘Make a play, Jeff,’” Backes said, “and a couple plays later, I made a read on the ball and the rest is history.” UA’s offense came onto the field and, after two kneel-downs by Ramey, the game was over and the celebration began. “After Jeff scored (in the third quarter), from that point on, both sides couldn’t move the ball,” said Ramey, also a 2001 UA graduate. “Then, all of a sudden, (the Comets) go to the no-huddle offense and start moving the ball. You start to get nervous, but then out of nowhere (Backes) makes the interception. It was pandemonium on the sidelines.” During the postgame celebration, a UA fan held a sign that read, “Backes is God.”

“He’s been telling us all year that the offensive line is his savior,” Lisi said after the game. “Tonight ... he was our savior.” Backes finished the 2000 season with a then-state record 3,353 yards rushing and 44 touchdowns. According to the OHSAA, he now ranks third in state history in rushing yards in a season, behind Bedford Chanel’s Tony Franklin (3,439) and Williamsburg’s Jason Bainum (3,386), both of whom surpassed his total in 2001. “He just continued to produce over and over again,” Ramey said of Backes. “It’s pretty amazing what he did (in the championship game).” Backes now is 28 years old and a third-year medical resident in orthopedic surgery at Mount Carmel West. He and his wife, Marissa, have two daughters — Leighton, 23 months, and Brooklyn, 7 months.

Continued from page B1 performance.” Backes, who was 5-foot-9 and 180 pounds in his senior season at UA, opened the scoring in the championship game with a 15yard touchdown run with 8 minutes, 23 seconds left in the first quarter. The two-point conversion gave UA an 8-0 lead. On the touchdown run, Backes took the handoff from quarterback Brian Ramey on a draw play and broke a tackle by Solon safety Steve Watson at the 5-yard line. Solon, which finished 14-1, reached the end zone in the second quarter but failed to convert the two-point conversion and trailed 8-6 at halftime. The Comets got the ball to start the second half but went three-andout, and the ensuing punt gave UA the ball on its own 38. On the Bears’ first offensive play of the second half, Backes took the handoff from Ramey and ran to the right behind left tackle Simon Fraser and left guard Matt Lisi, both of whom pulled on the play. Backes got to the outside and outraced Solon linebacker Marc Leighton and Comets cornerbacks J.T. Staiger and Justin Bitner down the right side to the end zone for a 62-yard touchdown. The extra point by John Tarpy gave UA a 15-6 lead with 10:53 left in the third quarter. “It was a beautiful lead block by Simon Fraser, and Jeff popped it and went down the sideline,” Mayne said. “They weren’t going to catch him.” “Two linemen were pulling on the play,” Backes said. “We had


lare, who won two state doubles and two state singles titles for Kings Mills Kings High School from 2004-07. “They both have very good serves and return of serves. They knew what they were doing.” “They got the ball low at your toes consistently and put the pressure on,” Williams said. “The only thing you can do is serve better and not miss so many first serves. I missed too many first serves and that ended up being a big factor.” Because of low turnout, Wickertree canceled the women’s open in addition to the men’s 45 and men’s 55 divisions. That worked to the benefit of Witsken and Schiller. “We were glad that there weren’t that many teams because we are not young bucks anymore,” Witsken said. “It was 90 degrees and an on-court temperature of 120 degrees. That plays with your mind a little bit as well as your on-court abilities.”

PARCHER Continued from page B1

cessful careers in baseball, including Mike Durant, who played in the program in the early 1980s. Durant, a catcher, played at Watterson and Ohio State before playing with the Minnesota Twins in 1996. Parcher recalled that Jeff Smith, who retired as baseball coach at Centennial in 2006, won the Comets’ first sportsmanship award in 1962. Parcher continues to recognize the team’s top sportsman each year. “I’ve coached hundreds of kids,” Parcher said. “The team is a team of talented kids and almost all of them go on to significant careers in high school and college, a few in the pros. As a result of that there have been a lot of memories and a lot of those guys are still around and I get to see them from time to time. That’s great. I really enjoy that.” It appears Parcher has no intentions of stepping away from the game. “I’m still enjoying myself. There are some various things that will determine whether I decide to come back. One is whether I feel like the group coming up still wants me to be involved. The other would be my health. I’m in reasonably good health. I have a lot of pain in my joints, so I’m doing a lot of sitting down now,” he said. “Every year is gravy from now on. Anything I get after this point is certainly a blessing. I’ve had a great ride. I really have enjoyed it. All of it has been joyful, even the parts that were difficult.”

Parcher was recognized for his contributions to the sport during the North Columbus Sports Firecracker Tournament on July 4 at Ridgeview. Parcher received a plaque for his years of service and a field at Ridgeview was named in his honor. The Comets then honored their coach by winning the U-14 division title. “I’ve told the guys they probably won’t realize how fortunate they are until they’re older and maybe some of them play in college,” Comets assistant coach Rick Sibert said. “They’re learning things now that guys typically don’t learn until they get to play college ball. From a baseball perspective, they’re so fortunate to learn these things and how to play the game the right way.” Parcher has fond memories of teams and players throughout the years. The Comets finished 38-6 in 1968, 31-0 in 1972 and 41-3 in 1981. The team has played on the state, regional and national level, competing in national tournaments in Atlanta, Knoxville and Memphis, Tenn., and Manhattan, Kan. The team won three sportsmanship awards in four years at the Knoxville event. “A lot of that has been a lot of fun, but you can’t do that every year,” Parcher said of competing on the national level. “You have to have both the talent and the interest.” Parcher has coached several players who have enjoyed suc-

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Continued from page B1 Chase Delande, Hilliard Davidson, football and wrestling: “What is important to me is that a coach is willing to get you to be the best and puts time into your effort. Also, I like coaches who will help you prepare for the next level


guys like these,” Schiller said. “It’s fun to see if I have any skills left. That’s the main reason I come.” Schiller, who lives in Carmel, Ind., and Witsken, who lives in Zionsville, Ind., also captured the men’s 35 title with a forfeit victory over Toledo’s James Kaser and Lima’s Jerome Moenter in the final. They received $800 apiece for winning the open title and an additional $200 each for winning the 35 championship. Witsken has played in the Bernard Master doubles tournament four times, winning the open division three times and finishing second the other time. Allare, who lives in Columbus, and Williams, of Manlius, N.Y., earned $400 each for reaching the open final while Moenter and Kaser each received $100 for finishing second in the 35 division. Allare and Williams struggled against the return game of Witsken and Schiller. “At Ohio State, we practice volleying quite a bit, but they knew how to volley as well,” said Al-

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St. Michael softball

MOSSL champions

The St. Michael eighth-grade varsity softball team went 12-0 this spring, winning the diocese league and tournament championships. Team members included (first row, from left) Katie Manahan, Ansley Rothwell, Marissa Wierzbicki; (second row, from left) Katie Hamilton, Kaelee Vozar, Jessica Hamilton; (third row, from left) Ashley Rogers, Kaite Howard, Emily Piatt, Gabriella Marino and Jenny Hamilton.

The TVSA Santos U11 girls Blue team won the Silver Division in the recent MOSSL Tournament. Team members are (first row, from left) Olivia Rotolo, Maya Portier, Betsy Gaby, Ava D’Herete, Rawlins Moore, Brigid O’Brien; (second row, from left) Zanovia Criss, Kayla Williams, Carolina Carlton, Maeghan Thomas, Kaelyn Glenn and Rian Reid. Not pictured: coach Alyx Portier.

BASEBALL Continued from page B1 with the winning run. Teller’s two-run double helped Steve’s Sports take a 3-0 lead in the fourth. Grove City graduate T.J. DeVore’s pinch-hit triple in the sixth scored Johnson and closed the Cobras to 3-2. Russ Hogue earned the win in relief. He then pitched a complete game against the Lookouts. “We were flat all day, even the first game, and then we put it together at the end,” Cobras coach Harry Huskey said. “We got our emotional high and then we sit around for 45 minutes and we came out and didn’t play real well again. The other team took advantage of our three errors and we only had four hits, so we didn’t deserve to win that game.” The Cobras are 35-6 heading into the Pastime Best of the Midwest Tournament at Wright State and the University of Dayton on Thursday, July 14. •The Ohio Elite 17-and-under

team finished 2-1-1 in the 18-andunder division. Ohio Elite opened the tournament with a 5-1 win over the Ohio Orioles Black before losing to North Canton 3-2. “It’s unfortunate that we didn’t get it done against North Canton, but that’s the nature of tournament play,” coach Chris Huesman said. “You have to win them to move on. We didn’t get that done.” Ohio Elite rebounded to beat the JBR Rays of Green Bay (Wis.) 8-0. Hilliard Davidson’s Mike Scaglione allowed two hits, struck out five and walked one in a complete-game effort. Ohio Elite and the Columbus Cobras 17-and-under team were tied at 10 on July 9 at Granville when the game was suspended because of darkness. Ohio Elite opted not to return to Granville

on July 10 to complete the game in the silver championship bracket. Huesman not only was able to give his team valuable experience during the tournament, he also was able to showcase his complex at Jerome, where he is coach. “We have teams from all over the state, contiguous states and Canada coming over, and it’s always nice for them to see our facilities and what we have to offer,” Huesman said. Other champions were the Stark County Terriers in the 18-andunder division, the North Georgia Barons in the 16-and-under division and the North Coast Vipers in the 15-and-under division.

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St. Michael softball

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The St. Michael eighth-grade varsity softball team went 12-0 this spring, winning the diocese league and tournament championships. Team members included (first row, from left) Katie Manahan, Ansley Rothwell, Marissa Wierzbicki; (second row, from left) Katie Hamilton, Kaelee Vozar, Jessica Hamilton; (third row, from left) Ashley Rogers, Kaite Howard, Emily Piatt, Gabriella Marino and Jenny Hamilton.

The TVSA Santos U11 girls Blue team won the Silver Division in the recent MOSSL Tournament. Team members are (first row, from left) Olivia Rotolo, Maya Portier, Betsy Gaby, Ava D’Herete, Rawlins Moore, Brigid O’Brien; (second row, from left) Zanovia Criss, Kayla Williams, Carolina Carlton, Maeghan Thomas, Kaelyn Glenn and Rian Reid. Not pictured: coach Alyx Portier.

BASEBALL Continued from page B1 with the winning run. Teller’s two-run double helped Steve’s Sports take a 3-0 lead in the fourth. Grove City graduate T.J. DeVore’s pinch-hit triple in the sixth scored Johnson and closed the Cobras to 3-2. Russ Hogue earned the win in relief. He then pitched a complete game against the Lookouts. “We were flat all day, even the first game, and then we put it together at the end,” Cobras coach Harry Huskey said. “We got our emotional high and then we sit around for 45 minutes and we came out and didn’t play real well again. The other team took advantage of our three errors and we only had four hits, so we didn’t deserve to win that game.” The Cobras are 35-6 heading into the Pastime Best of the Midwest Tournament at Wright State and the University of Dayton on Thursday, July 14. •The Ohio Elite 17-and-under

team finished 2-1-1 in the 18-andunder division. Ohio Elite opened the tournament with a 5-1 win over the Ohio Orioles Black before losing to North Canton 3-2. “It’s unfortunate that we didn’t get it done against North Canton, but that’s the nature of tournament play,” coach Chris Huesman said. “You have to win them to move on. We didn’t get that done.” Ohio Elite rebounded to beat the JBR Rays of Green Bay (Wis.) 8-0. Hilliard Davidson’s Mike Scaglione allowed two hits, struck out five and walked one in a complete-game effort. Ohio Elite and the Columbus Cobras 17-and-under team were tied at 10 on July 9 at Granville when the game was suspended because of darkness. Ohio Elite opted not to return to Granville

on July 10 to complete the game in the silver championship bracket. Huesman not only was able to give his team valuable experience during the tournament, he also was able to showcase his complex at Jerome, where he is coach. “We have teams from all over the state, contiguous states and Canada coming over, and it’s always nice for them to see our facilities and what we have to offer,” Huesman said. Other champions were the Stark County Terriers in the 18-andunder division, the North Georgia Barons in the 16-and-under division and the North Coast Vipers in the 15-and-under division.

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Weenies serves a variety of ‘super tasty’ hot dogs Weenies has tons of potential. It has the gourmet hot dog market on campus cornered and it serves super tasty madein-Ohio meats grilled to order. Plus, it has a name that’s irresistible to dirty-minded college kids. Indeed, the Weenies owners reported more than a dozen of their signs were stolen — likely by dorm dwellers looking for free decorations — before the restaurant even opened its doors. So if the eatery can work out a few assembly-line kinks and simplify the menu a bit, I’m predicting a success. Weenies is right to be proud of its Ohio meats. They’re a noticeable step up, tastewise, from standard brand-name wieners. And they’re boiled, then grilled, lending a smoky, charbroiled flavor. You pick your choice of dog: all-beef Classic ($3), pork and beef Hottie ($3.65), all-beef Classic Brat ($3.65), all-beef Cheese Brat ($3.85), Chicken Dog ($3.25), Veggie Dog ($3.25) or the Big Weenie one-pounder ($10).


Weenie’s Address: 1644 N. High St., campus Phone: (614) 754-1427 Web: by SHELLEY MANN Hours: 10:30 a.m.-12 a.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.-3 a.m. Thursday-Saturday, The Hottie is well worth the upgrade. It’s 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday

not only heftier but also has a more complex, spicy flavor profile than a classic dog. You then choose from more than 40 toppings, which is where things get complicated. Forty options sounds like a good thing, but it’s actually kind of paralyzing when you’re standing there, trying to decide which toppings would work best together. It’d be great to see a few Weenies signature dogs on the menu for folks who like having their decisions made for them. There are some nice, unexpected topping options, like a spicy, colorful red-pepper relish, avocados and pineapple salsa. But it starts to get ridiculous — five different mustards, four salsas and dried cranberries? Another concern that will surely

be remedied soon: On our first visit, the menu didn’t indicate that some toppings are free while others cost 35 cents or 75 cents extra. On the side, sweet potato fries ($3) are crunchy and good, but ask for some spicy mayo for dipping rather than the provided ketchup. The Grilled Peanut Butter & Jelly ($2.75), basically a hybrid PB & J and grilled cheese — sans cheese — would taste fantastic at about 2:30 a.m. … and luckily, Weenies is open till 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Shelley Mann is the editor of Crave, Columbus’new dining magazine. Keep up with her at

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Classic all-beef hot dog with Coney sauce and cheddar cheese (left in back) and Hottie spicy pork and beef dog with red pepper relish and a dill pickle spear (right).

Popular Lindey’s bartender opens own place in the Brewery District Tony Murray was a bartender at a popular restaurant, had scores of adoring customers and a bevy of friendly co-workers, whom he called family. But with the dream of one day opening his own place, the longtime bartender at Lindey’s left his comfortable surroundings for something less certain but with amazing potential — a restaurant of his own. On Monday, he opened T. Murray’s Bar and Kitchen, an ode to the

bygone days of the Rat Pack, classic cocktails and personalized service. He said he can’t emphasize his attachment to Lindey’s enough. He started bartending at the German Village institution in 1989 and said leaving was difficult. “You’ve been in this comfort zone for so long,” he said. “I was just waiting for the right opportunity and it came along.” Yet, he has lofty ambitions for T. Murray’s. The restaurant takes over the for-

mer Barrister Hall location at 560 S. High St. in the Brewery District, which has a reemerging entertainment and restaurant scene. Murray and partners Steve Bagley and Maryanne Testa have spent the past year completely refurbishing the interior of the two-story building, which flaunts a custom-built bar on each floor, wooden floors complemented by darker wood accents and exposed brick for a traditional American look. Murray also is behind the bar, happy to pour traditional drinks such as the OldFashioned, Rusty Nail, Rob Roy and Sidecar. He also plans to dust off the cocktail recipes that date back to the speakeasies of Prohibition-era Chicago. Murray said he wanted a strong emphasis on food and service, a casual ambience with upscale menu. For starters, patrons get a choice of three breads — sourdough, multi-grain and crusty white — all baked locally at Eleni-Christina Bakery. Testa developed the dishes, which she calls upscale comfort food, and chef Christine Remley is responsible for their execution. The menu has a solid American-tavBy Eric George/ThisWeek ern foundation with many modern touchTony Murray and two investors have opened T. Murray’s Bar and Kitchen at es, Testa said. The filet mignon, for ex560 S. High St. Murray was a longtime bartender at Lindey’s and left to create ample, gets a touch of non-spicy red pepa restaurant of his own. per sauce and is paired with a fried round

of goat cheese and a potato and roasted-fennel gratin. Murray said his favorite is the chicken Milanese topped with an arugula and tomato salad. The lunch menu has a strong salad, Recipe of the week soup and sandwich lineup, with most prices in the $7 to $9 range. The halfpound burgers, made with freshly ground beef, are crowned with pancetta and cheddar. Most desserts, save for Graeter’s ice cream, are made on premises. They include a lemon tart, chocolate crème brulee and cheesecake. The partnership scouted locations for months before settling on the Brewery District site, which had Crab cakes, courtesy of Brian McCafferty been vacant for several years. The of Matt the Miller’s. once-popular — and later sleepy — neighborhood appears to be on the re- doing well for 30 years.” T. Murray’s is open for lunch Monday bound. Shadowbox Live will relocate there and newcomer World of Beer is on through Friday and dinner Monday its way, both of which will open later this through Saturday, closed Sunday. For year in the Worly Building, not to men- more information, call (614) 824-2301. tion the recent openings of Via Vecchia It’s that time of year again: Vote in the and Zydeco on High. “It’s coming back,” Murray said of the 11th annual Readers Poll: Columbus area. “It’s going to be bigger and better.” Dining, which gets posted online today Sue Doody, owner of Lindey’s, said at foodandMurray was a notable employee who had wine. Rules are pretty much the same. The poll will close Aug. 5, with results an impressive following. “We’ll miss Tony but I wish him the being posted online and in the paper Aug. best of luck,” she said. “He’s just one of 18. Three lucky participants will each many who have helped keep this place win a $25 gift card from Bravo.

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APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT MANAGER The Franklin County Data Center has an immediate opening for: Application Development Division Manager: Experienced in manage ment and application de velopment. Strong team building, leadership, com munication skills. Manage 20 developers writing and maintaining business code in iSeries, Windows, and Web environments. Re sponsible for Systems De velopment Life Cycle and maintenance of business applications software. Ex perience in application pro gramming, systems analy sis, project management, and strong "people skills". Must embrace new tech nologies and have working knowledge of Web devel opment, COBOL, .Net, Java, VB. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s or associate de gree in computer science or related field; or 10 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent com bination of education and experience. Franklin County offers an excellent benefits package. Visit: www.franklincountyo Center/Employment to AP PLY Send resume, references, and salary requirements to: FRANKLIN COUNTY DATA CENTER Deborah Townsend Office Administrator 373 S. High St. 9th Floor Columbus, OH 43215-4599 (614) 525-5664 fcdcjobs@franklincountyo No Fees EOE

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& Physical and Occupational Therapist Local Home Health Agen cy is seeking a full time Registered Nurse/Case Manager to work with cli ents in their homes, inde pendent living facilities or assisted living facilities. This position will involve di rect patient care, involve ment in wellness programs at various facilities, as well as case management du ties. Home care experi ence and knowledge of oa sis required. Previous case management experi ence preferred. Excellent wage and benefits includ ed. Please fax resume to (614) 485-2561

Web Developer 3 : Experienced in web design and development. This individ ual should have a solid un derstanding of XHTML, Registered Nurse CSS, JavaScript, and dem - Summit’s Trace Healthcare onstrate a thorough knowl Center is seeking Regis edge of dynamic web de - tered Nurses for our transi velopment programming tional care unit. Prior longlanguages. Good commu - term care experience pre nication skills are a neces ferred. For confidential sity. Work in a team envi consideration email re ronment. 120-day proba sume to tionary period., fax to 614-252-5952, or apply in Education and/or experi - person at: 935 N. Cassady ence: Bachelor’s or asso Ave., ciate degree in computer Columbus, OH 43219 science, or a related field of study, or a combination of education and experi ence.

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The Ohio State University is accepting online applica- Marden abides by the OCR tions for a Network Sys- Act of 1964, Section 504 of tems Administrator. Suc- the Rehabilitation Act and cessful candidate will have the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of Registered Nurse education and experience.

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Immediate Openings Must be up to date on latest computer hardware and software applications. Will be handling inbound calls and assisting customers with a variety of tech support issues. 2nd shift hours and must be able to work weekends. Pay is $11.50/hr. Call 841-2500 for details or visit 1125 Georgesville Rd to apply.


DIETICIAN Contract position in com munity mental health agen cy as a consulting dieti cian. Must be licensed in the State of Ohio. Will pro vide dietary services in ac cordance with laws, regula tions and/or local health departments. Duties in clude menu planning for residential consumers to ensure nutritional needs as outlined by the Academy of Science are met. Maxi mum of 20 hours a month. $35/hr. Resumes accepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201, e-mail or fax to 614-298-2227. EOE


Large Primary Care Group of Physicians is hiring full and part time Phlebotomist. Will be re quired to travel to differ ent nursing homes to do blood draws. Phleboto my experience is a must 2-3 yrs minimum. Pt posi tion is 4am-8am M-F. FT position is M-F 8am-5pm. Qualified candidates email resumes to




Cash Coordinator Full Time Position to re cord cash receipts, batch transactions, enter transac tions into database and CABLE INSTAL balance GL for not for prof it organization located in LATION TECHS Hilliard. At least 2 years of Employee based company experience is required. with benefits hiring full time cable installers. No Exp Excellent benefits, casual needed. Will train. Apply work environment & com At petitive salary offered. Send resume w/ cover let CANVASSERS ter & salary req. to Acct Mgr., The American Soci WANTED ety for Nondestructive Test Walk door-to-door to ing, Inc. PO Box 28518, Set Appointments for our Columbus Ohio 43228Sales Team 0518 or email to Base Pay in Addition to Weekly Bonus program. MORTGAGE LOAN ENJOY THE SUMMER OFFICER WEATHER AND GET PAID Strategic Mortgage AT THE SAME TIME $ Company Is hiring 1-800-HANSONS seasoned FHA loan "Get It Done!" officers. Top pay for top Call Scott at talent. All programs offered (614) 975-3768 and supported. In-house


Capital University, a midsize, comprehensive, private university whose community values of diversity and free inquiry are strongly promoted within the Lutheran tradition of higher education, is looking for an energetic, friendly and outgoing cashier to join the Finance Office. The Cashier serves as the first point of contact for students and parents inquiring about student accounts and is responsible for processing all cash receipts for the University. Qualifications include one year of office experience or training and excellent abilities in using Microsoft Office Suite, including Word and Excel. Previous cashiering experience is preferred and candidates must have ability to CASE MANAGER handle currency with accuFull-time entry level posi - racy and attention to detail. tion in community mental Capital University offers a health center. Willing to rich benefits package that train. Degree required. includes medical, dental, Knowledge of community retirement, family educaresources and experience tion benefits, long-term diswith SMD clients. Must ability, life insurance and have Ohio driver’s free parking. 37.5 hr/wk. license/auto. Work primari - Competitive hourly rate. ly in the community. Mile - Please send a cover letter age reimbursement. Sal - and resume electronically ary: $11hr., Monday thru to For a Friday, 8am-4:30 pm. Op - full position description, go tion of four 10-hour work to days after 6 months ment. Capital University is available. an equal opportunity emApplications/resumes ac - ployer. Qualified minorities, cepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. women, and persons with High St., Columbus, Ohio disabilities are encouraged 43201, fax to to apply. 614-298-2227, e-mail to EOE Childcare/Preschool Reynoldsburg area, on bus line needs Teachers, To place an ad for Floaters & Subs. Retired your bazaar or teachers, nurses & other professionals encouraged seasonal event call to apply. Competitive pay (740) 888-5003 & benefits. Send resume & cover letter to Director, PO (local call) BOX 547 Brice, OH 43109.

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Judgmental Credit Analysts Accountant 1 Fiscal and Compliance Services Columbus State Com munity College seeks an experienced professional for a full-time Accountant 1 position within the Fis cal and Compliance Serv ices Department, in the Business & Administra tive Services Division. Specifically, the appli cant will be responsible for fiscal management of Federal grants including accounts payable, budg ets, and accounts . Qualified candidates must have an Asso ciate’s Degree, one to three years experience in Accounting, Business Ad ministration, Finance or a closely related field. Can didates must have excel lent written and oral com munication skills as well as analytical skills. Expe rience with understand ing Federal regulations is a strong plus. Interested applicants should apply on-line to: Busy practice is a seeking EOE a full time Endoscopy Cen ter Technician. Prefer a Accountant certified MA or strong ACCOUNTANT medical/clinical experi Farmer, Lumpe + ence. Will ensure proper McClelland Advertising care of equipment, Agency (FLM) has a chal prepare/clean rooms, & lenging and exciting oppor provide assistance to pa tunity for an Accountant to tients, physicians, & be part of one of the fast nurses. Some clerical du est growing business-toties. Serious applicants business communications should be dependable, agencies in the U.S. The professional, & a team position involves financial player. Send resumes to t reporting and analysis,, in - invoicing, internal controls clude salary request. and various tax compli ance duties. This position Occupational reports directly to the COO. The candidate must Therapist have a Bachelor’s degree Flexible Hours in accounting, with 5 to 8 PRN, Part-time or Full-time years experience in a Pro Skilled Nursing Facility fessional Service Organiza Columbus, Ohio tion (PSO). Advertising or Call Russ Delaney at Media Agency experience 1-800-223-9519 is preferred. Advanced Or email to: rdelaney@ skills in MS Excel, QuickBooks and MS Office are required. Compensa Marden abides by the OCR tion is commensurate with Act of 1964, Section 504 of experience. Email resume the Rehabilitation Act and & cover letter to careers@ the Age Discrimination Act of 1975


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Coordinator of Athletics Events & Recreation

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Capital University, a midsize, comprehensive, private university whose community values of diversity and free inquiry are strongly promoted within the Lutheran tradition of higher education is seeking candidates for the Coordinator of Athletics Events & Recreation. This position is responsible for the day to day operation of all athletic events, equipment and athletics facility issues. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A motor vehicle license is required. For a full job description, please visit: http:/ / ent. Please send a cover letter and resume electroni cally to: Athletics Department, capathletics2@capit Capital University offers a rich benefits package that includes medical, dental, retirement, family education benefits, longterm disability, life insurance and free parking. Capital University is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

CSR/Retention Reps Energetic reps needed for an Inbound call center in Westerville. $10/hr + un limited bonuses! Full time hours between 11a-10p, M-F, some Sat. shifts. Email resumes to hober@i, or call 614-775-1400.

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12:30pm-9pm, M-F, down town Columbus. Must have custodial supervisory exp in the last 4 out of 5 yrs. in approx 225,000 sqft build ing. Supervise 7 employ ees. Administer custodial operations, maintain & re pair equipment, must be knowledgable in all types of floor work. Clean back ground check is required. Send cover letter and re sume to: VGS, Inc. 1260 N. High Street Columbus, OH 43201 Fax (614) 421-6871 Email: VGS is an AA/EOE M/F/D/V

General Merchandise Manager Milwaukee Our job requirements: Part rebel, freedom seeker, adventurer and trendsetter needed. Join the Harley brotherhood and sisterhood and lead the product development/product management process from concept to liquidation. You’ll handle strategic planning; manage revenue and category financial growth; and oversee inventory and support merchandising/marketing activities. Plus, interaction with development teams and suppliers. Here’s what else we expect: Five+ years of experience in apparel product development; Bachelor’s degree in Business or Fashion Merchandising; assess market opportunities and determine market needs; knowledge of apparel manufac turing and sourcing; andproven experience creating and implementing profitable project plans. Send resumes to:

GROUNDSKEEPING FT &/or PT grounds needed at large E. Cols apts. Competitive pay! Benefits (FT only). Drug test req. Please apply in person at Williamsburg Sq., 1863 Bairsford Dr. or fax resumes to 614-866-3920. No phone calls. We are a smoke-free company. HOUSE CLEANING Small house cleaning co. looking for someone to work cleaning homes. Call Emily at 259-8552 or

Immediate Openings Reynoldsburg Area Assembly, Welding, Material Services Temp to hire, Fastpaced, stand 8 hrs, lift 50 lbs. HS diploma/ GED, drug screen, bkgd check and steel toed boots required. 1st & 2nd shift, must be flexible to work either shift. $9/hr 1st shift $9.50/hr 2nd shift Call 740-788-9055

LEASING FT Exp. leasing/sales person needed at large E. Cols apts. Competitive pay, bonuses & benefits. Drug test req. Please apply in person at Williamsburg Sq.,1863 Bairsford Dr. or fax resume to 866-3920. No phone calls. We are a smoke-free company.

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Full-Time: LISW prefer red; LSW considered. Di rect service with elderly, including home visits with case management, emotional support/ coun seling. Some office coun seling may take place de pending on professio nal’s experience and cli ent need. Heavy empha sis on relationshipbuilding, case manage ment and aging suppor tive services along with mental health interven tion. To be considered, please send a cover let ter and resume to shunt@northwestcouns or fax to: S. Hunt at (614) 457-7896

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LEASING/SOCIAL DIR. Plan & coordinate resident events. $11-13/hr, benefits & bonuses. Must be able to work some late evenings & weekends. Customer service or sales background req. Outgoing personality. Fax 614-7612411 or apply in person at Asherton of Dublin Apts., 5400 Asherton Blvd., Dublin. We are a smoke-free company.


Directions for Youth & Families provides com City of Gahanna –Seeking munity based treatment candidates for janitorial and prevention services for work or candidates with the Franklin County area, previous arbor or horticul emphasizing commitment ture exp. $9.50/hr. Apply at to family, school, and EOE. work. The following opportunity Patrol Officer exists for Social Workers The City of Athens is now who are interested in being accepting applications for part of our dynamic results patrol officer, to establish oriented team. an eligibility list. The starting pay is $20.33 per hour, Outreach Counseling. plus shift differential and Looking for energetic, education incentives. Ex- dedicated persons to pro tensive testing process in- vide assessment and coun cluding physical abilities seling services to youth in test, complete background a Central Ohio school dis investigation, post-offer trict. Minimum require medical, psychological ments are a Bachelor’s de and polygraph exams are gree in social work or relat required. Preference may ed field and current licen be given to applicants who sure as a social worker or have a current OPOTA cer- counselor. Two years expe tification and/or college de- rience working with youth gree in police science, and their families criminal justice, psycholo - preferred. (Job Code LS) gy, sociology, public administration or business Interested applicants may administration. Excellent submit their resume to: Didriving record is mandato - rections For Youth & Fami ry. Interested applicants lies, Attn: Human Resour may obtain an application ces, 1515 Indianola Ave., packet at the Mayor’s Of- Cols, OH 43201, fax: 614fice, City Bldg., 8 E. Wash- 294-3247, email: hr@dfyf.o ington St., Monday-Friday, rg. No phone calls please. 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. General inquiries may be sent Directions for Youth & to the Personnel Director Families is an EOE via e-mail: creagan@ci.ath M/F/D/V Completed applications must be received in the Mayor’s OfSOCIAL WORK fice by 4;00 pm, Friday, JuDirections for Youth & ly 15, 2011. The City reFamilies provides com serves the right to recruit munity based treatment additional applicants if an and prevention services for insufficient number are re- the Franklin County area, ceived. The City of Athens emphasizing commitment encourages applications to family, school, and from women and minoriwork. ties. The following opportunity exists for Social Workers EEO/ADA who are interested in being part of our dynamic results Police Sargent oriented team. Otterbein University has a Intake Specialist - Respon full-time opening for a Posibilities of this lice Sergeant. For job de- school/community-based scription and application position include diagnostic instructions, please visit assessments, education/ our website at consultation, and linking clients with community re HR/jobs.asp sources. This is a 10 position with summ RECEPTIONIST month ers off. Experience working Position availablewith at risk youth and their part-time. families is required. Experience preferred. LSW/LPC required, Mas Must be available for eve ter’s preferred. ning and weekend hours. (Job Code LS) Animal Care Center at Cherry Way, Gahanna Interested applicants may Fax resume 614-475-7337 submit their resume to: Dior email to: rections For Youth & Fami lies, Attn: Human Resour No phone calls please. ces, 1515 Indianola Ave., Cols, OH 43201, fax: 614Recreation 294-3247, email: hr@dfyf.o rg. No phone calls please. Specialist Directions for Youth & City of Gahanna Families is an EOE is accepting applications M/F/D/V for Recreation Specialist. Candidates must complete online application at www. Social Work Deadline for Substance Abuse applying is July 22, 2011. EOE Mid-Manager


Cert. tech needed at Marysville apts. Cadillac Coffee Company is seeking energetic, re Competitive pay & sponsible candidate for benefits. Drug test req. Apply in person at Arbors Route Supervisor position in Columbus and surround of Marysville, 436 W. 3rd. ing area. Ideal candidate MAINTENANCE FT would have route, Exp. tech needed for scat- beverage/food service and tered locations in E Cols. sales background, knowl Must be Universal HVAC edge of hospitality industry cert., have plumbing/ eleca plus. Must have with trical exp. general knowlgood driving record, be edge of appliance repairs able to lift up to 50 lbs, and & be extremely organized. have excellent manage Emergency rotating on-call ment skills. Competitive & drug test req. Please fax base salary and bonus op resume to 866-2511. We portunities with full benefit are a smoke-free compa- package. Submit resume ny. to


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Supervisory Positions Behavioral health agency has two mid-manager supervisory positions to fill. One position will be to assume management responsibilities of an AOD residential treatment facility. The second position will assume supervisory responsibilities of outpatient treatment services and specialized treatment programs. Both positions will also include some direct care clinical services. Applicants should have a master’s degree and be dually independently licensed in substance abuse and mental health. Send resume to: C. Knapp, Marion Area Counseling Center, Inc. 320 Executive Dr. Marion, Ohio 43302 fax 740-382-3713 or email EOE/AA

Experienced supervisor & maintenance/ punch out person needed for large, Products busy, luxury apts. Supervi- Growing Security Compa & SO MUCH MORE! sor must be HVAC & EPA ny in need of Scheduling certified & exp. supervising Coordinator in Columbus! Must be able to work NIGHTS large staff. All positions Qualified candidate must and WEEKENDS! must have own tools, relia- have multi-facility schedul ble transportation, valid ing & administrative experi Apply online today at: drivers license. Call 614- ence. Proficiency in Micro Teacher 761-0222 or apply in per- soft Office programs and Resp. for planning, imple son at Asherton of Dublin menting, and supervising scheduling/payroll soft Apts., 5400 Asherton Blvd., ware experience required. all classroom activities. AA Or, Visit our facility 24 hours a day/7 days a week, Dublin. We are a smokedegree in ECE & 1 year Excellent free company. just 1 mile east of Delaware off Rt. 36: exp. teaching preschoolcommunication/customer To place an ad for your age children required. service skills and professio Kroger Distribution Center bazaar or seasonal event BA/BS Deg. in ECD/Ed. or nal demeanor are essen 2000 Nutter Farms Lane • Delaware, OH 43015 call (740) 888-5003 (local call) tial. Duties include schedul - related fields & Head Start ing for 200+ employees at exp. pref. Bilingual skills a plus multiple sites and adminis trative office duties. We of fer medical, dental, life & Assistant Teacher disability insurance as well Under the direct supervi as vacation and 401(k) sion of the Classroom Would you like to work for a family owned company whose growth has come benefits. Interested candi - Teacher, work as part of a dates should forward re classroom teaching team. from providing excellent customer service and quality products to its customers? sume with salary history to: ECD/Ed. certificate req’d; Kittle’s Furniture, is currently seeking: scheduling_coordinator@ AA in ECE & Head Start Sales Consultants: The ideal full time candidates will be self-motivated, exp. pref. Bilingual skills professional, high-energy people who enjoy the creative world of home a plus. SECURITY furnishings, and the desire to DETERMINE THEIR OWN INCOME! Previous ARMED OFFICERS Cook OPOTA 20 hr CERT. SALES experience is helpful! Resp. for the ordering, pre Please call 614-884-0177 Warehouse helper: This full time associate is responsible for receiving paring, serving and docu and movement of heavy merchandise to the sales floor and general building mentation of meals & snacks for pre-school chil maintenance. Schedule would include primarily day hours but would need dren. HS diploma/GED flexibility on weekend and evening hours. req’d. 1yr. exp. as a cook Client Services – clerical support: Support our sales team or 2 yrs. training in Culina and our customers, processing sales tickets and various reports, data entry and ry Sc. Exp. in menu Get the word out planning. phone work. This full time or part time position requires day, evening and with ThisWeek’s weekend availability. All candidates are req’d to classifieds. A competitive compensation and benefits package awaits these successful have a valid Ohio DL & submit to a background candidates, including a liberal merchandise discount program. Candidates with a (740) 888-5003 check and drug screen. proven job history and a high energy level may apply at our Easton location in the Submit resume & cover let Business Office (3740 Easton Market, Columbus, Oh. 43219). ter via e-mail to HR@cul.or g. Application Deadline: IMMEDIATE WALK IN INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD July 15, 2011. No phone TH MONDAY, JULY 11 FROM 10:00 AM TO 3:00 PM. calls please.



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Full-time position in com munity mental health cen ter. Must be LSW/PC. Ex perience with diagnostic assessment and/or sub stance abuse preferred. Use of DSM IV and writing of psycho-social histories required. Experience with individuals with mental ill ness and substance abuse required. Ohio drivers license/auto. Resumes/applications ac cepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Cols., Ohio 43201, e-mail to or fax to 614-298-2227. EEO

HELP WANTED WAREHOUSE/ MANUFACTURING Time Is Wasting! Immediate need for exp’d Warehouse Workers and Forklift Drivers. Must have min.2 years recent exp. and references. Bkgd check req’d. Call 841-2500 for details.




Communication Coordinator

Fleet Manager

Crete Carrier has an excep tional career opportunity in The Ohio School Boards our Columbus, OH termi Association is seeking a nal. Duties consist of daily communication coordina supervision (no dispatch) tor whose primary respon of fleet of 200+ drivers sibilities include contribu and some office staff, man ting to association publica agement of daily equip tions and coordinating ment productivity and re website content. The ideal cruitment of drivers. candidate must have a Requirements include: strong background in writ ∂Bachelor’s Degree or ing and editing; creating equivalent experience and maintaining web pa ∂People management/ hu ges; graphic design and man resources experience photography. Candidates preferred should have a degree in ∂Strong verbal, written, in journalism, communica terpersonal and organiza tion, public relations or re tional skills lated field with a minimum ∂Experience in a truck of 2 years of experience. transportation environment Evening and weekend a plus work along with travel re quired. Send resume, writ Apply Online: ing samples and salary ex pectations to Communica EOE tion Coordinator Search, OSBA, 8050 N High St Ste 100, Columbus, OH 43235. Application deadline is July 15. Electronic applications will not be accepted. EOE

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SAFY, a national private treatment foster care agen cy, is searching for a foster parent recruiter. Responsi ELECTRIC bilities include planning BASELOAD and implementing strat CASE MANAGER egies to recruit new foster families, including sales, (PART-TIME) marketing, and recruitment activities. Excellent writing The Mid-Ohio Regional and presentation skills re Planning Commission (MORPC) is seeking a relia - quired, along with a BA/BS (Master’s preferred) with ble, hardworking individual experience in recruitment. to fill the position of resi SAFY offers an excellent dential energy electric benefits package. Visit our baseload case manager. website at This is a part-time technical for more position working 20 hours information and to apply. per week, which requires EOE. analysis of qualified cus tomers’ electric usage. Marketer This position will evaluate Rapidly growing home electric bills, meter applian health agency has an im ces, discuss lighting usage mediate opening for a for the household, and ed Community Relations Man ucate the customers on ager. This position pro techniques to save energy. motes use of our agency with medical professionals, MORPC is an EOE/AAP the elderly and the com employer. For detail infor mation on the position, vis - munity. If you have experi ence in Home Health and it our website at www.morp Marketing and would like or visit our office at: Send resume with salary to become a member of MORPC, 111 Liberty St, history and three referen our team, please contact: Suite 100, Columbus, OH ces to: Anchor Home Health, 99 43215, Attn: CEE-7-11. For N. Brice Rd Suite 350A, immediate consideration Chief Executive Officer Columbus or 614-759-2273 fax resume to 614-233Recovery & Prevention Re ask for Jennifer Badia. 4206. No phone calls. sources of Delaware and Equal Opportunity MorrowCounties Employer. Classifieds sell 118 Stover Drive (local call) BIG TYPE Delaware, Ohio 43015(740) 888-5003 Makes you look twice! 8601

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