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Moving Forward, Making a Difference

Issue 5

Chamber Auction is around the corner The Grove City Chamber of Commerce will host the Annual Chamber Auction on Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 6 p.m. and concluding at 10:30 p.m. The event will be at the beautiful Pinnacle Golf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Drive, Grove City. Over 200 people take part in this catered event each year. Last year, the Thanksgiving-themed Auction was a great success with live music and an auction expe-

rience for a great cause. This year will differ from the last in theme and items. The theme this year is Christmas and Making a Difference. Some item categories up for bid include trips, shows and restaurants. Some of the proceeds of the Auction will benefit graduating students from SouthWestern City Schools and some will benefit the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber auction still has sponsorship opportunities available for this event. These opportunities range from half-page ads in the Auction program for Bronze level sponsors to Platinum level sponsors who get prominent displays on Advertising Board at the Auction venue. To get more information on the Annual Auction, contact the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce at (614) 875-9762.

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Inside this issue • Arts in the Alley Recap • Networking Events • The first annual Job Fair • Harrison College Classes

• Focus on Business: - World of Bounce - Fire Systems Professionals • Upcoming Chamber events … And much more

Save the Date! • PNC/Buckeye Groves Networking Event – Oct. 25 • Pakmail Networking Event – Nov. 8 • WE: LEAD /Kathy Gatterdam at

Sound Communications – Nov. 16 • Ribbon Cutting – The Rave Cinemas – Nov. 16 • Annual Auction – Dec. 10

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Arts in the Alley draws large crowds The weather was beautiful, the crowds large and a record number of juried artists and crafters lined Broadway and Park streets for the 2011 Arts in the Alley. Music filled the air and concessionaires served a large variety of food specialities. The exhibition shows — Fine Arts, City Easel Award, Photography, Crafts, Youth Art and Quilts — saw record number of visitors to admire, comment and vote on the many show entries. All in all, we had everything needed for a great Arts in the Alley. For the 32nd year, the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce has brought residents and visitors to downtown Grove City. A parade hosted by the Chamber in partnership with the Grove City Girls’ Club kicked off the festivities, and this year saw a record See ARTS , page 3 (Above) A local Boy Scout troop carries a flag in the parade which started at the intersection of Broadway and Southwest Boulevard. The parade ended at Park Street Intermediate School. (Right) The event offered musical entertainment. Festivities included food, kids’ crafts, kids’ karaoke and arts exhibits. At least 40 volunteers helped to manage the event.

Don’t forget to vote Nov. 8 When heading to the polls this November, you will find three issues on the ballot. For your reference, here is a brief description of each issue. Issue One is proposed to increase, by five years, the maximum age in which a person may be elected or appointed judge. This issue also includes eliminating the authority of the General Assembly to establish courts of conciliation and to eliminate authority of the governor to appoint a Supreme Court commission. Issue Two is proposing a new law effecting government union contracts and other government employee contracts and policies. Issue Three will preserve the freedom of Ohioans to choose their health care and health care coverage. To find out additional information about each of these issues, visit the Ohio Secretary of State website at www.sos.


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ARTS IN THE ALLEY Continued from page 2

(Above) Many residents stopped to enjoy one of many booths set up at the 2011 Arts in the Alley. (Far right) Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage rides in the parade.

number of entries and crowds lining the parade route. Our thanks to the many visitors, supporters, volunteers, participants and sponsors without whose help and contributions this premier event would not have been possible. Aspecial thanks to Heartland Bank, our presenting sponsor, Walmart, Berger, Columbus West Park, Monterey Care Center, Mount Carmel, Amity Care, The Goddard School, Jackson Township, ShawanMarquis Agency, Schoedinger Norris, Schottenstein Zox & Dunn, McDonalds, Planks on Broadway, Fifth Third Bank, Robin Kurtz D.D.S., Sound Communication, WesBanco, Bob Evans, Electrical Service Professionals, Grove City Vet Hospital, the city of Grove City, Jackson Township and South-Western City Schools. Mark your calendars for next year’s Arts in the Alley on Sept. 15. We will see you there!

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Put a little spring in your step Climbing up a two-story ladder, crawling through a small hole, counting to three, and racing your friends down the fastest slide in Grove City, are some of the fun and energetic things that you will find yourself getting into at World of Bounce. World of Bounce or WOB as the employees refer to it, offers a new and interesting twist in bringing fun to Grove City. From slides, to mazes, bouncy basketball games, castles, to a gigantic dodgeball dome, WOB has a lot to offer and can turn a dull weeknight into an exciting night out. World of Bounce offers open bounce — where everyone can come in — Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Family night is Thursday evening from 6 to 9 p.m., and offers admission for two children, two

Business success in a man’s industry Kathy Gatterdam, CEO of Columbus Coal & Lime Company, is the first woman to head the 122-year-old company. Her experience at the company started as an attorney helping her father, who owned the business, with legal work. When he passed away in 2009, she took over as owner. Her presentation will discuss the challenges she faced with a business that has traditionally been a male-dominated industry. You can join the WE:LEAD group for this presentation from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at Sound Communications, Inc., 3474 Park Street, in Grove City. Please RSVP as soon as possible as reservations are limited. The cost is $12 and lunch will be catered See WE:LEAD, page 5

adults, one large pizza and drinks for $30. They also offer private parties, where you can rent out the bounce rooms for all your bounce parties! World of Bounce caters to all ages of people and hosts birthday parties for kids, family reunions, bachelorette parties, graduation parties and retirement parties, to name a few. And for added fun, ask one of the friendly WOB employees, in the tied-dyed shirts, to play some Frisbee, have a bounce race or to do some hula hooping. Michael Leonard, WOB employee, said “It’s as much fun to work here as it is to play here.” For additional information on World of Bounce or to book a party, call (614) 277-0600 or log onto World of Bounce is located at 1649 Gateway Circle in Grove City.

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WE:LEAD to hold seminar on business success in a man’s industry If you have any questions regarding the WE:LEAD event, or would like to reserve your place, please call the Chamber at (614) 875by Simply Delicious. This is a great treat for business owners, ad- 9762. Key Bank is a proud corporate sponsor of ministrative assistants and staff. We hope to see WE:LEAD. you there. Continued from page 4

Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce mission statement Mission: To create a positive environment for the development and success of business. Vision: To be the primary resource for the growth and economic stability of the business community. Objective: To provide and support opportunities for business growth and development.

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Chamber and city partner to hold first-ever job fair

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The Grove City Chamber of Commerce and the City of Grove City partnered together to bring the community its first ever job fair. To show his support for bringing jobs to the people of Grove City, Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage was present. This event brought many opportunities to the community, including more than 500 jobs ranging from entry-level to management. Roughly 50 businesses, covering a wide range of industries, took part in this event. These industries ranged from banks to distribution companies and much more. Harrison College and Mount Vernon Nazarene University both attended the event to provide information on furthering education and what opportunities they have available. The event was successful for both employers and the community. The Chamber of Commerce looks forward to hosting more events, in the future, to Derek Walls with Western Southern Life. promote jobs.

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4218 Buckeye Parkway The Rave Cinemas Steve Snyder Grove City, OH 43123 Rave Cinemas is a top entertainment destination combining state-of-the-art technology with ultimate comfort and exceptional customer service. The Grove City 14 location will feature all stadium seating, all digital projection, four feet of leg room, and raveXtreme, the big screen experience. The theater is located off I-71 and Springtown Road and will open in November of this year. For more information please visit Dannette’s Floral (614) 991-5258 3538 Southwest Boulevard Boutique Dannette Krugel Grove City, OH 43123 Dannette’s is new to the area but not new to the business. Dannette has 26 years of experiences and won some awards. The flower shop is a full service shop and can help you with any party or event that comes your way. (740) 606-5052 3318 Columbus Street Nelson’s Catering and Fundraising Mike Heil Westerville, OH 43081 Nelson’s is a catering company that is in the business of creating value and creating the perfect event for you. Nelson’s desires to build a relationship with your organization and to be a partner you can rely on. (614) 300-0636 Grove City Radio Marty Daniels Here at we are building something different. We are a professional, community-focused Internet-based radio station. Grove City Radio allows you to affordably focus your advertising on customers around the corner. (614) 499-8706 2306 Breeze Hill Drive Innova Financial Group Sean Brenneman Grove City, OH 43123 At Innova Financial Group, our goal is to provide integrated financial planning services that help our clients reach their financial objectives. We accomplish this through our comprehensive financial planning process that begins with a clear understanding of your financial goals. Reaching your financial goals starts with making good decisions … including whom to trust for guidance. Our priority is the best interests of our clients. The financial professionals at Skylight listen to your needs and create individual solutions to help meet them.

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Tax reporting forms: 1099-MISC By ALLEN HOUK The reporting requirements for businesses to send forms 1099-MISC can be confusing, especially with recent legislation and pending legislation. The business entities that should be sending forms 1099 include individuals that prepare Schedules C, E, or F within the form 1040, and entities that file forms 1065, 1120, and 1120S. Allen Houk The types of expenses that would be reported on a form 1099-MISC would include rents, legal fees, accounting fees, professional services, services rendered by any individual that will not be reported on a form W-2, and any other payment made for goods and/or services payable to a non-corporate entity. For example, if you own a rental property reported on a See TAX REPORTING FORMS:, page 11


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Chamber, Harrison College partner on three classes The Grove City Chamber recently partnered with Harrison College, providing three quality classes essential in keeping up with today’s job market. The college offered a Word class, Excel class and a class on how to use the Internet.

The Chamber was very pleased after emailing the membership and the classes were 75 percent to completely full. The Chamber would like to thank Harrison College for partnering with it in another successful event.

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CareWorks Consultants announce premium refunds Each year, Ohio employers have the opportunity to participate in BWC’s Group Retrospective Rating Program through CareWorks Consultants (CCI), Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce’s third-party administrator. While these programs are not required, they do provide you with an opportunity to significantly reduce your workers’compensation premiums, while increasing your awareness of safety and risk-management strategies. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) has just processed the first 12-month refund adjustment for CareWorks Consultants’2009 Group

Retrospective Rating Program. The refund total for employers participating in the 2009 Group Retro Program is $569,568, which represents a 49.7-percent refund of the employers’ total paid standard premiums. CCI is also pleased to announce that as a result of a very selective, conser-

vative underwriting approach, the program has outperformed the initial offering of premium savings by 50 percent. Currently, CCI projects that the total three-year 2009 program refund will exceed $633,150, which is more than 55 percent of the group’s standard pre-

mium. This first 12-month refund of $455,654.50 represents 72 percent of the projected three-year refund. We are projecting an additional 19 percent, or $120,400, refund in 2012. The projected third and final 9 percent refund of $57,100 is expected to be processed in August 2013. Employers participating in the 2010 Group Retrospective Rating Program have just completed their first year. The 2010 CCI premium refund projection for commercial/retail customers is 60 percent. CCI invites Grove City Area Cham-

ber members to be evaluated for the upcoming July 1, 2012, Group Retrospective Rating Policy Year. We believe that the information above reflects the quality financial results your company can achieve by participating in one of our Group Retro Programs. For some employers, participation in group retrospective rating is more beneficial than participation in traditional group rating. For more information on CareWorks Consultants’ Group Retrospective Rating Programs for GCACC members, please contact Theresa Passwater, tollfree, at (800) 837-3200, ext 7248.

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Tax reporting forms: 1099-MISC Continued from page 8 schedule E and you pay John Smith for making repairs, then you should issue John Smith a form 1099-MISC. The dollar limit at which you are required to send a form 1099-MISC is $600 per calendar year. It should be noted however, that there is no penalty for sending the form 1099MISC for a lesser amount. You should require each individual or non-corporate entity to complete form W-9 prior to issuing the first payment. The W-9 form is easily completed at The form 1099-MISC is required to be completed and mailed by Jan. 31, 2012, to the individual or entity receiving the payments. The final reporting must be filed with the IRS by Feb. 28, 2012. The issuance of forms 1099-MISC will assist the Internal Revenue Service in verifying your tax deduction, as well as verification the individual or entity being paid will properly reporting their income. — Allen R. Houk, CPA, CMA 4084 Broadway, (614) 871-1158

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Small business owners must commit to the creation or retention of at least one fulltime job or two part-time jobs in the state of Ohio for every $50,000 borrowed up to $400,000. GrowNOW broadly serves as a catalyst for Ohio’s economic development by supporting the small businesses that drive it. Eligible business owners must meet the following criteria: • MUST be able to save or create 1 full-

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posting requirement for the Act will increase employees’ awareness of their rights under the NLRA. In December 2010, we alerted you to the NLRB’s proposed rule on this matter (NLRB Proposes Rule Requiring Posting of NLRA Rights, December 2010). After receiving thousands of public comments on the proposed rule, the NLRB made several revisions to the proposed rule including: • Employers will not be required to distribute the notice via email, voice mail, text messaging or related electronic communications even if they customarily communicate with their employees in that manner; and • The employee notice detailing employee rights protected by the NLRA now includes an employee’s right not to join a union and details unlawful union conduct. Also in response to comments, the NLRB acknowledged that an employer has the right, under section 8(c), to legally express its opinion regarding unionization in its workplace to

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NLRB requires employers to post notice of NLRA rights Continued from page 13 “counterbalance” the posting — as long as the opinion is expressed in a non-coercive manner. There are no record-keeping or reporting requirements and the Board cannot impose fines for failing to post the notice. However, failure to post the notice may be treated as an unfair labor practice under the NLRA. The Board has affirmatively stated that the NLRB will assume that employers failing to post the notice, in most cases, are unaware of the new rule and will comply when requested. On the other hand, if an employer knowingly and willfully fails to post the notice, the failure may be considered evidence of unlawful motive in an unfair labor practice case involving other alleged violations of the NLRA. And, if an employer has failed to post the notice, the Board may also extend the six month statute of limitations for filing a charge involving other unfair labor practice allegations. Copies of the notice will be available by Nov. 1, at no charge from the Board’s Regional Offices or can be downloaded from the NLRB’s website. Translated versions of the posting will also be available.

The newest edition of the Grove City Chamber of Commerce Community Profile and Business Directory is currently available at the Chamber of Commerce, 4069 Broadway. This full-color publication promotes the educational, recreational, cultural and business benefits of living and doing business in our community. The Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce businesses have been included in the alphabetical and categorical listings. Listings include their location, contact names and numbers and websites (if available). The Community Profile and Business Directory will be distributed to Chamber members, the Grove City Visitors and Convention Bureau, government offices, medical facilities, Realtors and local libraries. You may also come in and pick up a directory if you would like.

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Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce Board & Staff Robert Halley – VP Communications BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ron Seymour — President, Chair — Arts in Alley & Pa- Heartland Bank – Term: 2010-2012 rade Tim Harris — Chairman of Bylaws and Policy Review Key Bank — Term: 2011 Hirth, Norris and Garrison — Term: 2011-2013 Joe Barylak — Vice-Chair — Arts in the Alley Allen Houk — VP Finance Berger Medical Center – Term: 2009-2011 Allen R. Houk CPA CMA — Term: 2009-2011 Bob Bright — Vice Chair — Parade Rick Louder — VP Membership, Chair — Taste of Grove Morley Parren and Bright — Term: 2011-2013 City O’Charley’s — Term: 2009-2011 John Dunn – Chair — 3 on 3 Basketball MacIntosh Company — Term: 2011 Charlene McFarland — Co-Chair — Auction Committee WesBanco — Term: 2011-2013 Jeff Guminey — Past president Fifth Third Bank — Term: 2011 Grant Miller — VP — Education, Chair — SW Leadership Grant J. Miller, CLTC — Term: 2010-2012 Mitch Hall — Vice Chair — Arts in Alley WalMart Distribution Center — Darlene Murphy — President-Elect, Vice-Chair Term: 2010 – 2012 Arts in Alley & Parade, Vice-Chair — Auction Committee

Your Neighborhood Realty — Term: 2009-2011 Caroline Cassady Shroyer — Board member Grove City Tree Service — Term: 20101-2013 Jerry Sowers, VP — Business Development, Golf Chair Key Bank – Term: 2010 – 2012 Scott Vandegrift – Chair – Farmers’ Market & Family Fun Day GAP – Term: 2011-2013 Toni VanHorn — VP Government Affairs, Chair- WE: LEAD Program Sound Communications — Term: 2010-2012 STAFF William H. Diehl — Executive Director Marilyn Reiner — Director of Membership Services Chris Thompson — Director of Chamber Relations Lindsay Ossim — Chamber Intern

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