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Mayor: City may not fill development post By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers With the city facing possible budget cuts, Reynoldsburg Mayor Brad McCloud said last week he is not sure how or when the city’s vacant development director position will be filled. Former development director Lucas Haire left the city to become development director for Canal Winchester on Aug. 1. McCloud he won’t post the job vacancy any time soon.

“We’ve got so many variables facing the city I’m just going to have to play this by ear and see how things evolve,” McCloud said. “It will not be a fast process whatever I do. It will be a slow and deliberate process … I’ve got some exploring to do … but for now, we’ll have to continue to do more with less.” In the meantime, he said planning administrator Matt Hansen will take over some of Haire’s responsibilities until a decision is made on whether to hire a new development director.

Haire will be a tough act to follow, McCloud said. His resignation is another loss of a key member of his administration in less than eight months. In January, former safety service director Pam Boratyn left her post to become general counsel with the new Ohio Attorney General’s Office. Also in January, state treasurer Josh Mandel hired Reynoldsburg’s former human resources director, Megan Kish, to be human resources director with his office. “I wish Luke the best,” McCloud

said. “People need to do what is best for them, but he’ll be a tough act to follow. Luke just always stood head and shoulders above the rest.” Haire’s accomplishments as Reynoldsburg’s development director were “varied and impressive,” McCloud said. The list includes his involvement in the Brice Road Task Force, an effort designed to spruce up and bring business into the area near the Brice-Livinston intersection, McCloud said. “He also helped initiate the income

tax incentives that we’ve used to help business come to Reynoldsburg, as well as the Olde Reynoldsburg Strategic Plan,” he said. The strategic plan aims to make Olde Reynoldsburg a successful business destination by creating land-use and development recommendations and to create a sense of place and a brand for the area. Another key accomplishment under See DEVELOPMENT POST, page A2

Tomato Festival

Volunteers needed, Raider Roll canceled By DAVID S. OWEN, ThisWeek Community Newspapers With the opening of the 47th annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival about a week away, organizers say they still need volunteers. Mary Hudson, president of Reynoldsburg Tomato Festivals Inc. said plans this year they are to direct traffic to the East Livingston Avenue entrance to Huber Park in order to avoid congestion at the East Main Street entrance, especially on Friday night during rush hour. Hudson said parking and admission to the Aug. 19-20 festival is free. The Reynoldsburg Band Boosters will again be assisting with directing traffic into the park, but volunteers are still needed to help with parking, children’s games, at the gate and working the soft drink and water stations, she said. The only street that will be closed to traffic will be Davidson Drive between East Main and Haft Drive on Saturday because of the “cruisein” event, which usually attracts about 100 classic and vintage customized cars. Hudson said the Raider Roll In-line Half Marathon a part of the Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge, has been canceled this year. “We only had 14 registered and we said if we didn’t get 25, it doesn’t warrant what it costs for police officers and everything else to protect the course for 14 skaters,” Hudson said. However, she said the Fitness Challenge will still include the Crossroads Town 10K Walk/Run and the Tomato Town 5K Walk/Run, beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, in front of the municipal building. Hudson said normally, the 10K and the 5K runs attract about 150 people each. “But we still need volunteers, and we need queen candidates, little princes candidates, and we still need people to sign up for Reynoldsburg’s Got Talent, all online,” she said. Reynoldsburg’s Got Talent will begin at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20, on the main stage. Hudson said nominees for the queen’s pageant must be 16 years old by Aug. 19, a high school junior or senior in the 2011-2012 school year and must reside with a parent or guardian in the Reynoldsburg school district.

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(Above) Richard Barth sits atop the BF Avery tractor from his boyhood farm in Newport, Ohio, that he restored at his home in Reynoldsburg. (Below) Barth adjusts the grain mill he has refurbished. The 78-year-old, who has lived in Reynoldsburg since 1965, has a keen interest in historic preservation.

‘Jack of all trades’ enjoys preserving history By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers Reynoldsburg resident Richard Barth has made it his business for the past several years to preserve history, not only for himself, but for others. Barth, 78, moved to Reynoldsburg in 1965. He has been a charter member of the Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival for some 20 years, serves as a trustee for the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society and has worked on its Heritage Center to help keep up the landscaping, remodel the interior and perform various maintenance chores. He also was heavily involved in the 2008 construction of the Heritage Center’s barn, which is used for storage and to display historical artifacts that represent the history of the city and township. Resident Philip Vaughn, owner of Vaughn Graphics, calls Barth “a man of many, many talents.” See JACK OF ALL TRADES, page A2

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Reynoldsburg Helping Hands food pantry in need of donations By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers An effort to offer more help to needy residents has left the Reynoldsburg Helping Hands food pantry shelves nearly bare at one of its busiest times. “With the downturn of the economy in recent months, we decided in February to feed our clients more often,” Helping Hands chairperson Janet Munjas said. “While we feel this was necessary, it has taken its toll on our food supply and our shelves of food are very low and we are buying more food than ever before.” Munjas said some of the items the

pantry desperately needs include cereal, spaghetti sauce, spaghetti noodles, How to donate canned fruit, corn, mixed vegetables, peas, baked beans, canned pasta and Helping Hands chairperson Janet chili, tuna and personal Items such as Munjas said people can drop off soap, toothpaste, shampoo, conditiondonations between 10 a.m. and er and deodorant. 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, “We’re feeding people more often, Friday and Saturday at 7356 E. every three months instead of every six Main St. Information on how to months … and we give more than probdonate is available by calling the ably any other pantry in central Ohio pantry at (614) 868-9394. now,” Munjas said. Helping Hands is open between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Monday, WednesMunjas said records are kept of clients day, Friday and Saturday, and serves who that come in to receive help, but only people living in the Reynoldsburg since the demand has increased, the pantry school district. is running out of food more rapidly.

“We’ve never been this low on food,” she said. “Part of the reason is we had no carryover after the donations during last Christmas. We had not much in storage,” Munjas said. “We hoped to have enough in storage to carry us through the summer, but now, instead of shopping for food every three or so weeks, we now do it every week,” she said. Munjas said Reynoldsburg Helping Hands started seeing an increase in requests for aid a couple of years ago. In January 2009, the pantry served 42 families. In January 2010, that increased to about 58 families, and in January this year, Helping Hands aided 99 families.

In addition to providing food, the pantry also helps families pay their utility bills, and in the fall, provides needy children with school supplies. “We do kind of like a basic package of school supplies,” Munjas said. “You just can’t believe how excited the parents are to get that because otherwise, they have to go and pay a lot of money.” She said the pantry sends out letters to prospective donors in September. In addition for the need for food, the pantry can always use monetary contributions, she said. From October until the end of DeSee FOOD PANTRY, page A8


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Continued from page A1 “We’ve known each other since 1973,” Vaughn said. “He’s always been a very civic-minded person — he spreads himself pretty thin.” Growing up on a small farm in Newport, Ohio, near Marietta, Barth said he and his family raised “truck crops” — vegetables such as sweet corn. “We grew up very poor, and at a roadside market, we would sell enough in the summer to live in the winter,” he said. “We had farm horses and finally got a tractor after World War II. We existed; we didn’t know we were poor, but we always had food.” After graduating from Ohio State University in 1956 with a bachelor of science degree in agriculture, Barth worked for the Ohio Department of Agriculture for the next 30 years. His primary responsibility was to travel around the state inspecting and regulating nurseries. He also sprayed DDT — now banned — on trees to eliminate forest pests such as Japanese beetles and gypsy moths. The sprayer he used, called a Campbell Brothers Mist Sprayer, is now part of his collection of vintage agriculture machinery, mostly from the 1950s, that he restores on his one-acre property off Lancaster Avenue in Olde Reynoldsburg. The mist sprayer contraption looks like an antiaircraft gun and could direct the chemicals high up into to any size tree, Barth said. He also inherited and restored his father Paul’s old farm tractor, a BF Avery, as well as a variety of other vintage farm machinery that he shows at festivals and antique shows around Ohio. “Some of these pieces of equipment, a lot of

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them, people have never seen. They’re just unusual, and they don’t make them any more,” Barth said. His current project is restoring a 1946 Chevrolet pickup truck. His current hobby, as well as stints running a plumbing business, a wholesale nursery and volunteering his time to the community contribute to making him a “jack of all trades,” he said. Barth said he didn’t necessarily want to be a farmer, but was always interested in agriculture. “They used to say if you want to get any kind of professional job, you’ve got to get out of Washington County. It’s still Appalachia down there,” Barth said with a laugh. “It’s a nice place to be, but it’s not always the best place to make a living,” he said. “I guess I’m a retired hillbilly now, but I’m busy every day. As long as I can keep going … I just keep plugging along,” Barth said. dowen@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

Application and registration forms are available online at the festival’s website, www.ReynoldsburgTomatoFestival.org. Entertainment at the Tomato Festival will include performances on the deck at the senior center and on a second stage in the park. The local rock band DDouble VVision will perform on the

main stage beginning at 7 p.m. Aug. 19, followed at 8 p.m. by Reynoldsburg native Ashley Everts and The Country Thunder. On Aug. 20, the rock band Peligro will perform at 7 p.m., followed by the Ohio-based country rock band McGuffey Lane at 8 p.m. In addition, Hudson said, a pool party for younger children and teenagers will be held at the

Reynoldsburg Swim Club on Friday night, Aug. 19, with a DJ providing the music. Admission is free. The 47th annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival is sponsored by Heartland Bank. Hours are 4 p.m. to 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 19, and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20. dowen@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekNews.com

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‘Bath salts,’ synthetic cannabis illegal under new law By DAVID S. OWEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers Reynoldsburg police are taking steps to make area businesses aware that in the near future, possessing or selling “bath salts” and synthetic cannabis will be illegal in Ohio. Ohio House Bill 64, signed into law by Gov. Kasich on July 15, will go into effect Oct. 15. Lt. Scott McKinley said over the past several months, Reynoldsburg police have seen an increase in the abuse of both substances. Because of that, he said, the department is encouraging area businesses that sell them to be aware of the pending law and to eliminate the products from their shelves.

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The new designer drug commonly called “bath salts” gets its name because it comes in powder or crystal form, like traditional bath salts. It is frequently labeled “not for human consumption,” which is why it has been able to be marketed legally thus far. Users typically smoke, inject or snort it. It is not the same thing as traditional bath salts, such as Epsom salts, which are used in bath water. “We’ve seen an increase in people operating vehicles under the influence of ‘bath salts.’ It’s not illegal to possess or use these things yet, but with the Ohio legislature’s recently passed laws, it will make it a minor misdemeanor to possess ‘bath salts,’” McKinley said.

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From Our Daily Bread Written by Phillip Yancy

My anger about pain has melted mostly for one reason: I have come to know God. He has given me joy and love and happiness and goodness. It leaves me with faith in a Person, a faith so solid that no amount of suffering can erode it. Where is God when it hurts? He has been there from the beginning. He designed a pain system that, in the midst of a fallen world, bears His stamp. He transforms pain, using it to teach and strengthen us if we allow it to turn us toward Him. He has hurt and bled and cried and suffered. He has dignified for all time those who suffer, by sharing their pain. But one day He will gather the armies of heaven and will unleash them against the enemies of God. The world will see one last terrifying moment of suffering before the full victory is ushered in. Then God will create for us a new, incredible world. And pain will be no more (Rev. 19:11–22:6).

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For a good portion of my life, I shared the perspective of those who rail against God for allowing pain. I could find no way to rationalize a world as toxic as this one. As I visited people whose pain far exceeded my own, though, I was surprised by its effects. Suffering seemed as likely to reinforce faith as to sow doubt.

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of attempted suicide in Reynoldsburg. He said the abuse of these products and the dangers they pose to the community are of great concern to the police department. McKinley said the federal Drug Enforcement Administration also is working on possible legislation to make the synthetic chemicals found in “bath salts” Schedule 1 narcotics, such as heroin or Ecstasy. “We’re working with our own prosecutor’s office in order to make it an offense with the option of making the possession higher than a minor misdemeanor,” McKinley said. For more information or questions, call the Reynoldsburg police department at (614) 866-6622.

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“Then there’s synthetic marijuana, sometimes called K-2, which is another product that is technically not illegal yet. People buy it for the purpose of ingesting it to become intoxicated.” Since Jan. 1, McKinley said, police have logged at least seven reports involving the use of “bath salts,” or synthetic marijuana, in addition to two breaking-and-entering cases where only “bath salts” were stolen. “So we’re finding young people are more and more in possession of these substances affecting their ability to operate a vehicle safely, so that’s a great concern to us,” he said. “But since it’s technically not illegal yet, we’re doing what we can to try and eliminate the hazard by making businesses that sell

August 10, 2009 it was discovered that Sam had bone cancer. After a courageous battle against the cancer that included an amputation of one leg, surgery on the other leg, removal of cancer from both of his lungs, as well as chemotherapy, Sam’s body could endure no more. After returning from his Make a Wish trip to Disney World in July 2010, it was discovered that the cancer was growing rapidly in too many places to treat. He went home from Nationwide Children’s Hospital to be with his mother and father to live the last of his days on Earth. While Sam’s body could no longer fight, his mind could. Sam did not want to die. His family and friends did not want him to die…But God had a different plan. During his time in hospice care, surrounded by those who loved him best, Sam mostly came to accept that he would not continue life among us. His hope laid in the knowledge that Jesus and his beloved grandfather Greg, his great grandmothers Martha and Kathryn were waiting for him in Heaven.

He left His Father’s throne above, So free, so infinite His grace! Emptied Himself of all but love, And bled for Adam’s helpless race. —Wesley Pain will either turn us against God or draw us to Him. _____________________________________________ O Death, where is your sting? O Hades, where is your victory? __1 Corinthians 15:55

Sam took comfort in the knowledge that God does not count time as we do, and that he would see his family again “in a blink of an eye.”

Sam and his family believed that God could and would heal him from the cancer. The problem for many was that God did not heal Sam the way they wanted Him to. However, even though Sam’s story did not end as his friends and family wanted, it did end as God desired. While his mom, dad, sisters, all his family and friends miss Sam, many believe that Sam is with Jesus – hanging out, having fun on 2 good legs, and waiting for us to join him. This may seem like foolishness, but God’s plans and our human plans are so very different. God is trustworthy all the time…despite the situation.

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Police reports Reynoldsburg police Aug. 1 • A resident of the 300 block of Cheyenne Way reported someone broke into her apartment and stole several items, including two laptop computers, two iPods, an ATM card and a brown purse. Total estimated value of the items is about $1,949, police reports said. • Police were dispatched to the area of Century City South and Century City West on a report of a possible vehicle fire. No vehicle fire was discovered; however, police reported there were two vehicles in the area with shattered windows. The owner of one of the vehicles reported a knife was missing. Aug. 3 • A resident of the 6000 block of Wind River Drive reported the theft of a set of golf clubs. He told police he might have taken the clubs out of his vehi-

cle, which he parked in the driveway, but forgot to bring them into the garage. The estimate value of the golf clubs and bag is about $900. • Police reported finding a vehicle parked in the 6000 block of Century City North with a broken front driver’s side window. The owner reported no items of value had been taken. Aug. 4 • A customer at a business in the Taylor Square Shopping Center reported his vehicle was broken into and a cell phone, an iPod and headphones had been stolen. Aug. 5 • A resident of the 2000 block of Baldwin Road reported finding the passenger side window of her vehicle smashed, the steering column broken off and the contents of the glovebox scattered throughout the interior.

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Artists bring their talent to Ohio’s ‘infant’ capital Perhaps because Columbus is the state capital, it should not be surprising that there would be a couple of artists practicing their trade in the early history of the town. Established as a created capital city in 1812, Columbus was somewhat isolated in its early years. The village was overshadowed by frontier Franklinton across the Scioto during the War of 1812. Columbus only had a few hundred residents when President James Monroe whipped through in 1817 and dubbed it an “infant city.” When English immigrant William Bambrough arrived in town from ED England in LENTZ 1819 at the age of 27, most of the streets were still simple dirt paths. The only substantial structures in town were the buildings on Statehouse Square and the rather formidable prison where the Cultural Arts Center is today. Still, Bambrough, an accomplished sketch artist, thought there might be a future for him in the new town. As things turned out, he was right — but just barely. A lover of nature, Bambrough bought a house lot “out in the country” near the corner of Long and High streets and, in due course, planted an elaborate flower garden around his cottage. A naturalist at heart, Bambrough made the acquaintance of John James Audubon and accompanied him on several field trips through the South between 1824 and 1832. Returning to Columbus, he lived modestly until his death in 1860. His most commonly observed work in Columbus was a full-length portrait of George Washington, which was placed in the Statehouse. By the time he died, Bambrough had seen the arrival of a canal and several railroads, and the growth of the town to a city of more than 18,000 people. He had also seen the emergence of several competitors. Some of the competition came from the new art of photography. Faster and simpler than portrait painting, the first daguerreotype studio was opened in Columbus in 1840, only a year after Louis Daguerre invented the process in France. By 1842, there were several “Daguerrean Artistes” operating in Columbus. But for many people, only a formal “sitting” for one’s portrait would do. To meet the need for such portraits, the formidable family of John Macey Walcutt rose to the challenge. Walcutt came to Columbus early in its history. A carpenter and cabinetmaker by trade, he bought a lot at the southwest corner of Town and High streets and opened a shop in his front room. Wandering across the river to Franklinton, Walcutt met and married Mariel Broderick, a daughter of one of the earliest settlers in the area. Over the next couple of decades, the Walcutts had no fewer than 17 children. Twelve of them lived to maturity and three of the sons of John and Mariel Walcutt would become wellknown American artists, even though none of them had much formal training until they were adults. George Walcutt painted portraits and landscapes and assist-

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ed in his father’s chair business. He raised a company of soldiers to fight in the Mexican War. Noted for his historical knowledge, he once won a medal in a statewide history contest in Cincinnati. His brother, David Walcutt, was primarily a portrait painter, and many of his portraits of Ohio’s governors are still hanging in the Statehouse. David Walcutt later went into partnership with Cincinnati sculptor Thomas Jones for a time, and then went on to open a portrait studio in St. Louis. Probably the best-known of the Walcutt artists was the older brother of George and David. William Walcutt was born in Columbus in 1819. Specializing in portrait painting, he acquired a reputation that brought him work from eastern cities as well as the rest of the state of Ohio. In middle age, he traveled to Europe and studied with some of the best French painters of the mid-19th century. In time, he would become the first American to be awarded a medal by the French Academy. Returning to America, William Walcutt spent most of his later career as a sculptor. Some of his more memorable works included the Perry monument in Cleveland and the statue of Dr. Samuel Smith that stood for many years at the corner of Broad and High streets. The story of the travels of the statue of Dr. Smith probably deserves a story in its own right. Originally commissioned by his family, the statue extended a bit into the street. Eventually becoming a traffic hazard, the statue was moved several times, stolen at one time and recovered, and stands today on the OSU campus near the College of Medicine. As more artists came to Columbus, the Walcutt family competed by opening one of the first art galleries in the city on the site of their father’s carpentry shop. Branching out from there, the

family later expanded the gallery to include other exhibits and opened the city’s first and only Dime Museum. The museum included all sorts of examples of taxidermy, souvenirs and mementos from famous and infamous people, and paintings and sculpture from the prolific Walcutt family. It was apparently a wonder to behold. Unable to compete against the formidable Walcutts, John Henry Witt carved out a niche of his own. Born in Wayne County in 1840, Witt trained as an artist in Cincinnati and came to Columbus in 1862, during the American Civil War. After buying a home on Franklin Avenue near Washington Boulevard, he began to paint portraits of prominent military and political figures. Handsome and socially adept, Witt soon was painting governors and generals until he left Columbus in 1878 for New York and Washington. One of the people Witt left behind in Columbus was his pupil, Silas Martin. Born in Columbus in 1841, Martin grew up in Westerville and studied art with the wife of the president of Otterbein College. She later would become a pupil of his. Martin came to Columbus, studied with Witt and turned to portrait painting. He painted a number of prominent people, including Gov. William McKinley. In his later career, he turned his attention to landscapes. In 1889, Silas Martin became head of the art department at Ohio State University, serving until his death in 1906. By that time, Columbus boasted wellestablished art schools, a Gallery of Fine Arts and a whole new generation of Columbus artists. Many of them, like George Bellows and Alice Schille, would set new standards for a new century. But that is another story for another day.

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A little more than two weeks remain before the first official snaps are taken on central Ohio high school football fields. For traditional playoff contenders, the first regular-season game begins a journey that includes the expectation that it might take a dozen games or more before true satisfaction comes. The teams in the middle, meanwhile, enter the season with a different kind of anxiousness.

One team from Division I, Region 3 — Lancaster — went 7-3 and failed to make the playoffs last year. There were seven other teams in the region that went 5-5 or 6-4 and had their seasons end before the postseason. For programs such as Gahanna and Upper Arlington where long playoff runs have come in the recent past, the need to move back into the postseason race is one that can be a consuming desire. Gahanna has missed the playoffs the past three seasons after qualifying for the postseason five of the pre-

vious seven seasons. Upper Arlington has missed the postseason the past two years after making the playoffs nine of the previous 12 years. The Golden Bears won the Division I state title in 2000. “Obviously, winning football teams are expected at Gahanna Lincoln,” Lions coach John Snoad said. “We’ve been a .500 team, and that’s not acceptable in our community. They understand there’s a great tradition with great playoff teams. Last year, we were literally three points away from being 7-3 and the eighth seed.

“A good team has good discipline. The key here is if we take care of business in key plays. Those are the things that separate the fine line between being 5-5 and being 7-3 or 8-2. We have some tremendous talent, and now we have to work very hard to get strong in the weight room and get out and be disciplined.” Others in Region 3 left on the outside a year ago when each went 6-4 were Pickerington North, Groveport, Olentangy Liberty and Mount Vernon. One school in particular that hopes failing to make the postseason won’t

become a habit is Liberty, which had made six consecutive postseason appearances before last season. Olentangy, Dublin Jerome, Dublin Scioto, Olentangy Orange and Watkins Memorial all were 6-4 but were left on the outside of the Division II, Region 7 playoffs a year ago. Among the others hoping to be breakout teams this year are Granville and Licking Heights, both of which went 7-3 last year but failed to make the Division III, Region 11 playoffs. See FOOTBALL, page A7

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Athletes admire, inspired by heroes There are youngsters in central Ohio who want to develop into the athlete and person that the high school students writing in my summer series are today. These bowlers, football players, golfers, soccer players, track athletes and wrestlers are held in the highest LARRY esteem by LARSON younger athletes who know their accomplishments. So, who are the heroes for these role models? Let’s find out. Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, football: “I admire (NFL quarterback) Tim Tebow because he is a Christian athlete and strong in his faith. He never let anybody tell him he couldn’t achieve what he wanted to and he worked hard to get what he wanted.” Jake Blankenship, Gahanna, pole vault: “My hero is (pole vaulter) Tim Mack. I have met him a couple of times and he has been someone who I have admired for a while. I like the way he jumps and the way he teaches.” Michela Paradiso, Upper Arlington, soccer and basketball: “My biggest role model is my older sister, Domini. She is a great human being who has great morals and is always willing to help others and myself. I love her so much and she has helped me get through some truly tough times.” Austin Cuervo, St. Charles, golf: “My role model is my father because he is a very dedicated man and has always been my idol.” Chase Delande, Hilliard Davidson, football and wrestling: “My hero is my father, Dave Delande. He is always there for me, gives me great advice as well as good coaching tips.” Mary Wells, Westerville Central, bowling: “My top hero or role model is (professional bowler) Kelly Kulick because she was the first woman to win the USBC Tournament of Champions.” Faith Washington, Reynoldsburg, track: “My best hero? This year I don’t have a best. So many people have been the light when I needed one with encouragement and support. They all are like family in shining armor.” Napoleon Bell, Hartley, football and wrestling: “My hero is God. It is sacrifice and love for others that can be translated into the love you must have for your teammates and the selflessness you must have on the field.” Morgan Ransom, Columbus Academy, golf: “My grandparents are my heroes. They have always supported me in golf and in life and I have

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Patrick Daniels followed his coach’s advice and now he’s heading south to pursue his hockey dreams. Daniels, who completed his freshman season at Reynoldsburg High School last spring, has signed to play for the Florida Eels Junior A team based in Fort Myers. The Eels are members of the Southern Conference of the Eastern Junior Hockey League. “It all came about so quickly,” said Daniels, who played defenseman for the

PRPC Prowlers last season. “I just attended a Mid-America camp to get some recognition, get my name out there for some type of possible college scholarship. The next thing I know, me and my parents are signing a contract to play Juniors.” Former PRPC coach Joe Tonello recommended Daniels attend a U.S. Hockey tryout through one of its Mid-Am Development Camps. Daniels was one of 200 players in his age group to attend a tryout May 6-8 in Sylvania. He was one of 60 players invited to the second camp June 19-23 at Kent State, where he was one of 30 invited back for an elite camp

Aug. 4-7 at Kent State. However, throughout the process, the Eels got his name and began conversations with Daniels’ father, Joe, and his mother, Beth. “They invited Patrick to play in the New England Chowder Cup, which is the biggest and most prestigious event for Junior prospects,” Joe Daniels said. “We agreed and Patrick had a great tournament. There were over 2,000 players playing in front of nearly 50 scouts from Juniors, college and pro teams. This all happened because of Joe Tonello’s advice. He opened the door, got the ball rolling.”

Patrick opened the Eels’ eyes immediately. “The morning after our first game, (the Eels) asked to meet with me and my parents,” he said. “We talked for two hours and they offered me a Junior contract. It was very exciting and really surprising. We talked out some specifics and, well, I’m heading down there.” Daniels left for Florida on Aug. 2. Two of the most basic specifics were about school and housing. Patrick is staying with coach Steve Perkins and his wife See DANIELS, page A7

Top Individual Performances: No. 1

Delande delivered Wildcats’ state title By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Former Hilliard Davidson High School football standout Bo Delande fondly recalls highstepping into the end zone with the winning two-point conversion in the 2006 Division I state championship game. The 6-foot, 185-pound running back’s score lifted Davidson to a 36-35 double-overtime win over Mentor on Dec. 2, 2006, at Fawcett Stadium in Canton. It was the Wildcats’ first state championship and the first Division I state final decided in overtime. Delande finished the game with five touchdowns and 236 yards rushing on 47 carries. His five touchdowns set a state tournament record. “I think about the game all the time,” Delande said. “It’s something me and my buddies still talk about. I’ll remember that forever — not only for my personal performance but also the team as a whole. I’ll always remember that game.” Delande, a 2007 Davidson graduate, keeps many mementos See LARSON, page A7 of that special season at his par-

lande took the handoff from Dietz on first down at the Mentor 10-yard line and fumbled at the 6. Mentor’s Danny Kelley appeared to recover the ball at the 1, but the ball squirted loose and Davidson lineman Mike Saul recovered it at the 3. Delande scored on the next play, making it 35-34. Then, during a pair of timeouts by the Wildcats, kicker Colby Catlett ran on and then off the field. Catlett actually was lined up for the extra-point attempt that coach Brian White later admitted would have been a fake before the second timeout was called. After the second timeout, White opted to put his offense on the field and give the ball to Delande. “None of us coaches had any idea during the course of the By Lorrie Cecil/ThisWeek game that Bo had scored one, two, three, four or five touchHilliard Davidson’s Bo Delande looks to elude a Mentor defender during the Wildcats’ 36-35 downs,” White said. “It’s not double-overtime victory in the Division I state championship game on Dec. 2, 2006, at Fawcett like we purposely were trying Stadium in Canton. Delande scored all five touchdowns for the Wildcats and ran for the decisive to get him to score touchdowns. two-point conversion. We were running our offense. ents’ home in Hilliard, including “I credit the offensive line,” tough, too. They helped out a The thing that gets lost a little his state championship ring. Delande said. “Also, we had lot. We had a talented team that bit — and I believe Bo would be the first to admit this — is Although he played a key Connor Dietz at quarterback. year.” role in the win, he realizes the We had Clay Trubiano (at slotWith Davidson trailing 35See DELANDE, page A7 victory was a team effort. back). Our defense was pretty 28 in the second overtime, De-


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Area players contribute to Wooster’s success By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

One of the things that attracted Justin Hallowell to play for the College of Wooster’s men’s basketball team was the Scots’ winning tradition. Wooster had the best winning percentage of any Division III team in the 2000s and made runs to a national semifinal in 2003 and 2007. But according to Hallowell, the Scots took the next step after Nathan Balch transferred to Wooster from the University of Missouri-Kansas City before the 2008-09 season. “Nathan and I had played against each other a couple of times in high school,” said Hallowell, a 2008 Thomas Worthington High School graduate. “When I heard he was transferring here, I immediately got in touch with him. We talked a lot during the summer (of 2008). When he got to school, it was like we had been playing together for a year already.” Hallowell and Balch, a 2007 Olentangy graduate, joined a contingent of central Ohio players that helped lead Wooster to a 31-3 record last season. The Scots lost to the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minn.) 7854 in their first appearance in the Division III national championship game on March 19 in Salem, Va. Balch (12.1 points, 3.4 rebounds), Hallowell (11.9 points, 6.1 rebounds) and 2007 St. Charles graduate Bryan Wickliffe (10.1 points, 6.4 rebounds) were among the Scots’ top four scorers. Ian Franks led the team in scoring, averaging 18.3 points. Balch, a 6-foot-1 guard who finished his college career tied for 22nd on Wooster’s all-time scoring list in three seasons with the program with 1,136 points, was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court for his work in the classroom and made first-

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Nathan Balch (left), an Olentangy graduate, and Bryan Wickliffe (above), a St. Charles graduate, were among six central Ohio natives who helped the College of Wooster men’s basketball team advance to the Division III national championship game last season.

team all-NCAC. Wickliffe, a 6-5 center who finished as Wooster’s 10th-leading rebounder (754) and 15thleading scorer (1,193 points), and Hallowell, a 6-7 forward, were named second-team all-NCAC. Forward Mike Evans, a 2008 Pickerington North graduate, and guards Doug Thorpe, a 2010 Eastmoor Academy graduate, and Bryce Agler, a 2010 Olentangy Orange graduate, played supporting roles last season. “Last season was everything I hoped for,” said Balch, who was team captain. “Ever since I was a little kid, I dreamed of playing in the national championship game. It was a great feel-

ing to actually live that out.” Balch, who averaged 2.8 points in his one season with UMKC, didn’t like his role with the Kangaroos, who finished 1121 that season. “I didn’t want to be one of these guys who came off the bench and was a fill-in player,” he said. “I wanted to be a major contributor to the team with a winning tradition.” After talking with Wickliffe during a visit to Wooster, Balch knew he had found where he wanted to be. Being part of a group of Columbus players made Balch feel at home at Wooster. “When I went UMKC, I

didn’t have anything in common with my teammates,” he said. “We played against similar teams, so it was fun to talk about the experiences we had. It was nice to have (being from Columbus) in common.” None of the six area players on Wooster’s roster last season had experienced anything like the Scots’ run to the championship game. Only Thorpe, who was on Eastmoor’s team that lost to Toledo Libbey 59-50 in a 2008 regional semifinal, had been on a district championship team in high school. Wooster, which had finished 25-6 overall in the 2009-10 season after losing 75-68 to Guilford Technical Community Col-

playing well and I think we can do big things in the tournament.’ That helped everyone’s morale and made us play better and better.” The Scots won their next 10 games, including a 47-45 win over Manchester Community College (Manchester, N.H.) in the second round of the national tournament on March 5 and a 73-71 win over Williams College (Williamstown, Mass.) on March 18. However, in the national title game, St. Thomas built a 46-26 lead midway through the second half. Wooster went on a 10-0 run, which included a 3-pointer by Balch, to cut St. Thomas’ lead in half but could get no closer. It was the second time in two years that St. Thomas had routed Wooster, as the Scots lost to the Tommies 84-53 at home on Nov. 21, 2009. The 31-point margin of defeat was the worst loss for Wooster since the Scots lost to Gannon University (Erie, Pa.) 95-53 on Nov. 23, 1999. It also marked Wooster’s widest margin of defeat at home since a 110-77 loss to Ohio Wesleyan on Jan. 14, 1987. “It was awful,” Balch said. “They must be our kryptonite or something. As we started to see it slip away from us, it really hurt us. We were having such a fun season and to have it come to an end like that was just awful.” Hallowell said it was days after the loss in the national championship game before he realized what the Scots had accomplished. “There was definitely a sense of disappointment walking off the court,” he said. “After talking with my friends and family, I realized how special of a season that was. It was definitely the best year of my life and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”

lege (Jamestown, N.C.), in the third round of the national tournament, opened last season by winning its first 20 games. The Scots were ranked first in the nation before losing to Wabash College (Crawfordsville, Ind.) 69-68 on Feb. 5. Seven days later, they lost to Wittenberg 7672. Hallowell called the two-game losing streak the turning point of the season. “A lot of our fans started thinking instead of getting better throughout the season we were starting to get worse,” he said. “(Coach Steve Moore) told us, ‘Look guys, I think we’re playing good basketball right pbatterson@thisweeknews.com now. I wouldn’t sweat it. We’re www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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DELANDE Continued from page A5 the offensive line we had that year was pretty special.” A preferred walk-on at Ohio State in 2007 who is preparing for his senior season with the Buckeyes, Delande finished the 2006 season with a programrecord 2,208 yards rushing and 23 touchdowns on 398 carries. He was named first-team allOCC-Buckeye Division and alldistrict and special mention allstate. “Bo has been a huge part of our offense this year,” White said during the 2006 season. “He isn’t necessarily the fastest kid on the field. He normally isn’t the biggest kid, isn’t the strongest kid, but I find it hard to believe there’s too many kids tougher than him that are on the field when we’re playing. “He never falls backward, he’s always falling forward. He gets positive yardage.” Davidson rushed for 345 yards on 72 carries against Mentor, outmatching the Cardinals’ no-huddle offense that passed for 327 yards. “That had to be the most ridiculous ending to a game, let alone a season, that I can remember,” said Dietz, who is entering his senior year at the U.S. Air Force Academy. “Everything fell into place.” “It was a pretty special night for everybody in Hilliard,” White said. “It was one of those things that you never expect to happen and when it happens I don’t know if you really know how to react to it. Everybody tells you enjoy the moment, but at that time you’re so concentrated on what you’re trying to accomplish, I don’t know that you can really enjoy it. We’ve certainly looked back upon it with some fond memories since then.” Delande, who had rushed for 1,304 and nine touchdowns as a junior at Davidson, is the oldest of three brothers who have excelled athletically for the Wildcats.

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NOS. 2-10: 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 touchdowns 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 51-35 win over Wadsworth. The Ohio State recruit made 12 of 14 shots from the floor and was 5-for-6 from the free-throw line while adding five rebounds, four steals and two assists. 8. DARCY FISHBACK, Upper Arling-ton 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 state-ranked 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 freethrow 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

Spencer Delande was a key member of the football team when it won the 2009 state championship by defeating Cleveland Glenville 16-15 in the Division I final. Chase Delande won the Division I state

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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. 5. JEFF BACKES, Upper Arlington football (Dec. 2, 2000) — In leading the Golden Bears to the Division I state title, the 5-9, 180-pound senior turned in a performance worthy of the Ohio Mr. Football award that he had received days earlier. Backes rushed for 183 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries and preserved a 159 victory over Solon at Fawcett Stadium in Canton with an interception with less than a minute remaining. 4. COURTNEY SMITH, Hilliard Davidson softball (May 17 and 19, 2006) — Smith brought to a close what remains the longest OHSAA softball tournament game, hitting a grand slam in the bottom of the 22nd inning for a 4-1 victory over Olentangy Liberty and a Division I district championship for the Wildcats. It was Smith’s first career home run. She also stood out in the circle, striking out 29 while pitching a complete game. She didn’t allow a run until the top of the 22nd. 3. GREG AVERY, Newark boys basketball (March 15, 2008) — Avery led the Wildcats to a 65-52 victory over Lakewood St. Edward in the Division I state championship game. The 6-3 senior forward tied his career high of 33 points on 14 of 18 shooting and added 11 rebounds, three assists and four steals as the Wildcats captured their first state title since 1943. Avery made third-team all-state his senior season as he averaged 18.9 points, 8.6 rebounds and 4.2 assists. He became the sixth player in program history to score more than 1,000 points, finishing with 1,131 career points. 2. RYAN WILSON, Westerville North boys track and field (June 5-6, 1998) — Wilson qualified for the Division I state meet in four events all four years of his prep career. Perhaps his greatest feat at state occurred in 1998, as he lived up to his own high expectations in many aspects, winning the long jump (23 feet, 1 inch) on the first day of competition and coming back on day two with titles in the 110meter hurdles (13.95 seconds) and 300 hurdles (37.1). He also placed seventh in the 200. The three titles he won that weekend gave North 30 points and a co-championship in Division I with Brunswick. In 1999, he defended his titles in the 110 hurdles (13.7) and 300 hurdles (36.46).

•NEW LEADERS — There were several coaching changes among central Ohio’s programs during the offseason, and three of them have new coaches named White. Buddy White has taken over Reynoldsburg’s program after previously serving as an assistant with the Raiders. Last year, he was an assistant at Hartley, which won the Division IV state championship. Trevor White is Brookhaven’s new coach. He is a former Bearcats and Marion-Franklin assistant who will try to return Brookhaven to its past success after a 5-5 season last fall. “I was pretty familiar with a lot of the guys and we’ve been working with a lot of them since January,” Trevor White said. “It’s exciting to do football pretty soon. Everybody really wants to move forward, and I’m pretty excited for the seniors.” The other new “White” is Westland’s Steve White, who is a former Grove City assistant. “As a first-year coach, it’s a chance to finally get a stamp on things,” Steve White said. “I’ve worked for three different guys and this is a chance to do some things from my own standpoint.” Other new coaches in central Ohio include Lewis Carter at Columbus East, Shawn Hinkle at Canal Winchester, Mike LoParo at Hilliard Bradley, Tom Roberts at Northridge and Zebb Schroeder at Delaware. Jim Collis will be coaching Columbus Academy after coach Mark Barren died June 9 following a heart attack. Collis coached the Vikings from 1996-2006, and they won the Division V state title in 2003. •SWITCHING DIVISIONS — Several central Ohio teams have changed divisions for the julrey@thisweeknews.com 2011 and 2012 seasons. Moving up from Division II to Division I are www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

Cottrell qualifies for Olympic trials Hartley High School junior and Reynoldsburg resident Andrea Cottrell has qualified for the 2012 Olympic swimming team trials next June 25 to July 2 in Omaha, Neb. Cottrell posted a personal record time of 1 minute, 12.19 seconds in the 100meter breaststroke at the 2011 ConocoPhillips national championships in Stanford, Calif., on Aug. 4. The time beat her previous personal record of 1:13.82. Cottrell holds six Hartley swimming records. In the Division II state meet, she finished runner-up in the 100-yard breaststroke last season (1:03.02) and in 2010 (1:03.96).

DANIELS Continued from page A5 Kelli, who is a former Hilliard resident. Their son, Scotty, is 16 and a member of the Eels. He expects to attend a public school in Alva, which is near Fort Myers. Scotty Perkins attends a private school. “I know I will be a little uncomfortable at first, because I’m a kid 19 hours away from my home and parents,” Patrick said. “My parents have been there for me every day of my life, but it’s an opportunity that we couldn’t pass up. I think I’ll adapt well and I know that the family I’m living with is very nice. They understand hockey, practices, games and schoolwork because it’s what Scotty is going through and (Steve is) a coach.” Patrick said he has gained confidence and encouragement from his brother Alex, a former Prowler who is 19 and a sophomore at Hocking College in Nelsonville. “We’ve talked quite a bit and

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Bradley, Scioto, Jerome, Olentangy, Orange and St. Charles. Columbus West, Franklin Heights, Mount Vernon, Northland and Worthington Kilbourne dropped from Division I to Division II. Licking Heights moved up from Division III to Division II, while Centennial and Independence both dropped from Division II to Division III. Fairfield Union and Jonathan Alder moved up from Division IV to Division III, Ready and Northridge moved up to Division IV from Division V and Madison Plains switches from Division IV to Division V. Africentric dropped from Division V to Division VI. •ALREADY VERBALLY COMMITTED — The first member of the 2012 recruiting class from central Ohio to verbally commit to a Division I college was Olentangy linebacker Joshua Perry with Ohio State. Since Perry made his commitment in June 2010, the Buckeyes have added DeSales running back Warren Ball, Pickerington Central offensive lineman Jacoby Boren, Upper Arlington wide receiver Frank Epitropolous, Lancaster linebacker Luke Roberts and Pickerington North offensive lineman Pat Elflein from central Ohio. Other area players who have made a verbal commitment include Olentangy offensive lineman Kenton Playko (Northwestern), Jerome wide receiver Cameron Wilson (Iowa), Pickerington Central linebacker Jake Kincaid (Kent State), Pickerington Central defensive back Jason O’Bryan (Kent State), Upper Arlington offensive lineman James Henry (Toledo), Marysville tight end Craig Runyan (Toledo) and Lancaster defensive lineman Aaron Woosley (Ball State).

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To add, remove or update a Wednesdays of the month at City listing, email editorial@thisweek- Barbeque, 5979 E. Main St. New members are welcome. Call Mike news.com. Slonaker at (614) 861-8552 or Kathy Baker at (614) 861-1580. Events Beta Sigma Phi, Xi Kappa Gospel Concert, 7 p.m. FriOmega Chapter, meets the first day, Aug. 19, at East Columbus Tuesday of each month of the Community Church, 6926 Tussyear. For membership informaing Road, featuring the Dixie tion, call Norma at (614) 837Melody Boys. Call (614) 866- 4265. 0097. Reynoldsburg Raider Diamond Club, 7:30 p.m. the third Meetings Wednesday of the month at City Reynoldsburg Football Par- Barbeque, 5979 E. Main St. Central Ohio 9-12 Project, 5 ents Association, 6:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month p.m. the second Wednesday and in the fieldhouse at Reynolds- 7 p.m. the fourth Saturday of the burg High School, 6699 E. Liv- month. Meeting location varies. ingston Ave. Visit www.reynolds- For information, call Mike Lyons at (614) 561-4040 or email burgfootball.com. Reynoldsburg Lions Club info@CentralOhio912.com. Free clinics, sponsored by meets the second and fourth

Continued from page A3 burg FOE Hall 3261, 1623 Brice Road. Required immunizations are $10 each for children ages 1 month to 18 years, plus a $15 assessment fee per visit. Cash, check, Medicaid, CareSource and Molina will be accepted. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay. Parents are asked to bring shot records for their children. A completed consent form is required if a parent or legal guardian is not present. Call (614) 525-3719 or visit www.myfcph.org.

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Continued from page A1 cember, Munjas said each Helping Hands client receives a $20 Kroger gift certificate on top of the other supplies provided, for a holiday meal. “But right now, I’m more concerned with the amount of food on the shelves,” Munjas said. “Last Wednesday, they were practically bare; I think we had enough to serve eight families. “I’m worried now because we have to go through now until Christmas. Our schools will hold food drives, but right now, we don’t have anything in the storage, nothing — maybe a case of green beans, but that’s it,” she said. Munjas said the number of people out of work these days and the working poor concern her the most. “Those people find jobs for a minimum wage or more. It’s enough to keep them off welfare, but they can’t get food stamps so they’re coming to us,” she said. “When you consider the number of people out of work and the working poor, people who are trying — and man, we have plenty of them — they’re not making enough to pay their rent, bills and utilities,” she said. Munjas said people can drop off donations between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at Helping Hands, 7356 E. Main St. More information on how to donate is available by calling the pantry at (614) 868-9394.

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AUTOMOTIVE SALES Great career opportunity to be a Certified Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep Consul tant! Don’t hesitate to ap ply if you qualify: What we need: 1. The desire to be the best 2. Conscientious and hon est work ethic 3. Communication skills 4. A great attitude 5. A good driving record is a must 6. Chrysler trained prefer red What we offer: 1. Competeive pay plan 2. State of the art facility 3. Compnay matching 401k contribution 4. Family owned and oper ated for over 27 years 5. Health and dental insurances 6. Earn while you learn paid factory training

National distributor of moulding/millwork products seeks part time Service Representative to service product at a customer store in the Columbus, OH market. The position will work 15-20 hours per week. Exp. w/ moulding/ millwork a plus and must be able to lift 50-100 lbs. Email resume to HR@ awmllc.com. DFWP/EOE

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL DENTAL Are you looking for a prac tice oppurtunity with high income potential? Very busy dental practice locat ed just 40 minutes from Columbus is seeking the perfect associate for this practice. Salary and bene fits negotiable. For confi dential interview fax your CV with contact informa tion to 937-399-0668. Director of Nursing Marysville’s premier assist ed living is loking for dy namic, customer focused Director of Nursing. The ideal candidate will be an RN with either Assisted Liv ing or Long Term Care ex perience. Must love se niors and providing superi or care a priority. This community has 76 suites including an alzheimer’s area. If interested please send resumes to admin@h alcyonvillage.com Along with references and salary requirements. No phone calls please. MA AND MEDICAL RECEPTIONST Previous experience preferred. Please email resume to: doctoroffice20@ yahoo.com

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Apply in person, email us at cpancake@cartowne.com or fax 740-548-6221

Powell Pediatric Care LLC seeks Pediatrician position in Powell, OH to provide pediatric care in outpatient and inpatient settings. Min Req: M.D. & valid Ohio State Medical License & Board certified in Pedia trics. Resumes: Sheila Jones, 35 Clairedan Drive, Powell, OH 43065. No Calls. EOE.

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Experienced MR/DD professional needed to provide leadership to direct care staff in supported living services for intellectually/emotionally challenged individuals. Mental health or behavioral experience preferred. Fulltime day position with oncall and occasional evening responsibilities. Salary: $30 - $35 annual. CORI Care, Inc. 1060 Kingsmill Parkway, Cols, OH 43229 Ph: (614) 848-4357 Fax: (614) 848-5192 marlacoricare@copper.net RN’s LPN’s & HHA’s WANTED GROWING Home Care Agency Needs STAFF In the following counties: Allen, Auglaize, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Holmes, Knox & Montgomery Flexibility a must! Days, Evenings & Weekends Available, 1 yr experience required RN’s must know OASIS Competitive Wages Fax resume to: (614) 866-8160

Wexner Heritage Village is currently hiring in the fol lowing positions:

Zusman Hospice RN Case Manager, Full-time and PRN An Ohio RN license and minimum of 3 years of hos pital experience in a medical/surgical unit are required. Candidates also must have excellent com munication skills, have strong interpersonal skills, be self directed, and or ganized. Previous Home Health and/or Hospice ex perience is preferred.

Home Health and Wellness Home Specialist Seeking STNA or certified Home Health aides with demonstrated skills, a de sire to excel, and first-rate work ethics. You must have your own vehicle and be able to provide proof of insurance. Clients are lo cated throughout central Ohio. Applicants may apply in person or send resume to: Human Resources1151 College Ave. Columbus OH or Email to: HR@whv.org EOE Visit us on the web: www.whv.org

HELP WANTED GENERAL Assistant Mgmt Trainee

Adolescent Chemical Dependency Counselor/ Therapist Participate in implementing best practice adolescent treatment program at community-based substance abuse services agency - Morrow County site. LISW/PCC and CD counselor licensure preferred. Will consider licensed CD counselor or LSW/PC eligible for enrollment in CD licensure process. Must have proven experience working with adolescent clients, families, and networking with community organizations. Strong assessment, individual and group counseling skills. Program implementation will involve both school and agency-based services. Automated record keeping experience beneficial. Strong emphasis on team approach. Send resume with salary history and three references to: Chief Executive Officer Recovery & Prevention Resources of Delaware and Morrow Counties 118 Stover Drive Delaware, Ohio 430158601

Deadline for application: August 11, 2011 EOE/Affirmative Action Employer PET GROOMER Eastside Veterinary Clinic in need of a professional groomer. Only experi enced groomers need apply. Please call Mary 614-866-2290

HELP WANTED WAREHOUSE/ MANUFACTURING MACHINIST Industrial Pattern & Mfg. a manufacturer of Molds, Patterns, and Models located in Columbus, Ohio is recruiting for a machinist. Requirement include: Set-up and operate various tool room equipment including but not limited to lathes and milling equipment. Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, and drawings to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work pieces. Ability to work independently. Please send resume and references to Industrial Pattern & Mfg. 899 N. 20th Street Columbus, OH 43219

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Fast growing DME compa ny in Westerville for cus tomer, medical office and insurance interaction via phone and in-person. Pre vious experience in han dling customer concerns, medical information, com puter skills, and patient in formation is preferred. Fax to Matt @ 614-901-2228. EOE

Dockworkers Vitran Express, Inc. has openings for part time dockworkers to load/unload trucks. Fork lift experience preferred. Applications only accept ed 7/11/11-7/15/11 7:00am-6:00pm Limited Availability Apply in person to: VITRAN EXPRESS, Inc. 5075 Krieger Ct. Colum bus, OH 44104 E.O.E.

MAINT. REGIONAL ASST. Experienced maintenance person needed to assist regional MT supervisor. Must be HVAC certified, willing to travel & have knowledge of older apts. Fax resumes to Maurice, 614-866-6824. We are a smoke-free company.

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SOUS CHEF An award winning restaurant in Powell, OH is seeking a qualified, creative, responsible Sous Chef that has a can-do attitude and promotes a team environment. Culinary degree preferred, please resume to: pgulis@gmail.com

For Custom Home Builder. Requires time manage ment skills, organizational skills, people skills and multi- project responsibili ties. Looking for a team player that can handle varying work load. Re quired 3-5 yrs industry exp. Proficient in Windows OS, & all aspects of MS Office. Pay based on exp. Great benefits package. Re spond to : kduchemin@ rh-homes.com

Now Hiring: Bartenders and Servers. Submit your application to any of our 9 locations, or mail to 705 Hadley Drive, Columbus, OH 43228

Restaurant & District Man ager Now Hiring for Columbus Area Fast Food Chain! ~Preferred 3 Years Experi ence ~Motivated HELP WANTED ~Energetic CLERICAL/ ~Leadership Qualities a SECRETARIAL Plus ~Training Included GENERAL OFFICE ~Flexible Schedules Publisher seeks assistance ~Insurance Options Availa with customer service, cor ble respondence and subscrip - Please send resume to: tion orders. Requires excel - ohio.jobapps2011@gmail. lent order entry abilities, com accuracy & courteous or contact at 614-230-8757 phone skills. 15-25 hours/wk. Less hours in summer, more in winter. Competitive compensa To place an ad for your tion. Bexley office. Send bazaar or seasonal resume to Jakirn@ ameritech.net or fax event call to 614-231-5735. To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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2-DAY GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat. 8/12 & 8/13 8a4p. 160 Heil Dr, Gahanna 43230. Womens clothing, bunk beds, blinds, rugs, TV, grill, lots of holiday dec. & lots of misc. BEXLEY 10 families, Seneca Park Pl. b/t S. Dawson & S. Cassady. Fri 8/12, 8-4 & Sat 8/13, 8-1. Baby/kids items, electronics, porch furn, desks, clthg for all, HH/kitch items, home de cor, jewelry, more! Cash only.

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Anderson Concrete needs reliable person to assist in and around concrete plant. Will perform maintenance, housekeeping and learn all aspects of plant operation. Requires manual labor, climbing and works outdoors in all weather conditions. Excellent benefits and competitive wage. Apply 7:00 am to 4 pm weekdays: Anderson Concrete, 400 Frank Road (exit Haul Road) Columbus, 43207. EOE

Commercial PT, FT. All shifts avail. M-F, wkends. Good pay! 614-734-1400

Need 7 sharp people to help run offices in the Cols. area. Earn while you learn $400-500/per week while in training. NO EXPERIENCE NEC. Call Cindy for personal interview 614-791-3301

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2-1-1 Crisis/Hotline Director Supervises staff, manages 24/7/365 program, produ ces monthly QA reports, oversees budget, assists with local disaster response, oordinates community outreach. Minimum BS/BA degree in social work/social sciences and LSW/LPC, computer proficiency and 3 yrs direct supervisory experience required. Cover letter, resume, and three current reference letters required. Visit www. pathwaysofcentralohio.org. Applications due 8/12/2011 No phone calls or walk-ins.

I’M SWAMPED!

Fulltime position for overall management of business operations in alignment with values of the Catholic Church.Must have Bachelor’s degree in business administration with proficient knowledge of financial systems. MBA and/or CPA preferred. Highly proficient in Windows including Word, Excel, and database environments. Minimum 10 years experience in managing accounting and finance or 5 years preferred managing philanthropic office business setting. Background screening &VIRTUS "Protecting God’s Children" course mandatory. Salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive benefits package. www.catholicfoundation.org Send resume & refs by Friday, August 19, 2011 to: admin@ catholic-foundation.org

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Entrepreneurial Signature Program Business Consultant (Grant Funded) Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Overview: Seeking a senior business consultant bringing early-stage technology firms from idea through venturable status. Hands-on experienced consulting for clients in 19-county SE Ohio region of Ohio Third Frontier-funded TechGROWTH Ohio program. Join an experienced professional team with four years’ increasingly positive metrics, totaling a $9-$1 ratio of new money to State funding for the region, with over $68M metrics achieved to date. Multiple-stakeholder Partners group and private-sector-match-funded pre-seed investment portfolio, now in Fund II. Minimum Qualifications: Masters degree required. At least 5 years’ experience guiding start-ups. Critical areas of prior professional experience: securing venture capital funding for businesses or clients, commercialization, project management, debt or equity financing, business plan creation, marketing research, operational efficiency practices, and strategic plan development. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Preferred Qualifications: A Masters of Business Administration degree. Six years of consulting experience is preferred. Experience in building and maintaining external partnerships, innovation, licensing, and intellectual property preservation a plus. Location: This position is based at Ohio University’s Athens campus, and the individual must be able to drive throughout the 19-county region as needed. Some overnight travel may be required. Salary: $60,000 – 70,500 range, based on qualifications. Ohio University provides an excellent benefits package. Submit on-line applications at www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/applicants/LINK. Applicants must attach a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references. This position will remain open until filled. For full consideration please apply by XXXXXXXXXXX. This applicant pool will be used to fill 1 position. This position is grant

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Rhodes State College is West Central Ohio’s largest two-year college with nearly 4300 students, and more than 100 Associate degrees, majors and certification programs. The College’s campus, on-line instruction and off-campus learning centers serve 33 Ohio counties and the College is the region’s leading workforce development trainer. The following positions are available: Dean, Division of Information Technology and Engineering Technology Director of Advising & Counseling Director of Public Safety and Security Restricted Fund Accountant Assistant Registrar Full Time 9 Month Accounting Instructor Instructor – Practical Nursing Web Developer For a listing of duties, qualifications and the application process see the position posting on our website. Check the “Employment Opportunities” at the bottom of the home page of www.rhodesstate.edu. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/ADA EMPLOYER, M/F, V/D


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Real Estate Bexley Moving Sale, Multi-family, Sat 8/13, 8-3, 2466 Bryden (alley). Tons of household items, lamps, Techline furniture (wht & blk), futon, full-size iron bed, pine hutch, twin & full bedding, TVs, cameras, sports equipment, MUCH MORE! Church Flea Market(8/6/11 9-4). Redeemer UMC 235 McNaughten Rd, Col, OH 43213 (btwn Broad and Main, near hospital & fire station.)40+ vendors Community Garage Sale Sycamore Woods Condominiums, Just S of Hamilton Rd and US 62. 8/13, 8a-4p Antiques, household, tools,sprt gds furniture, clothing, back 2 school items, more! COUNTRYVIEW VILLAGE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE FRI/SAT: AUG. 5&6 9am-4pm. Between Gender & Brice Rds near Refugee Rd. Friday Only Bargains Aug.12 9:00-2:00 Church Basement Sale E. Livingston Baptist, 6500 E. Livingston Ave. Reynoldsburg, Ohio GAHANNA HUGE MULTI-FAM. Gar. Sale - All Must Go! 468 Lytton Way 43220. Thurs. & Fri., 8/11 & 8/12 8a-2p. Kids toys (Webkiz, Pony, Legos, bikes, comp. & games) Kids clothes, adult lg clothes, Coach items, cosmetics, single matt. set, books, H/H, sheets & bedding, etc. GAHANNA: Multi-Family garage sale! Aug.12&13 from 9AM-3PM; Peale Court in Gahanna 43230, off Hamilton Rd; child & adult clothing & shoes, furniture, electronics, toys, home decor & houseware items, & more! GARAGE SALE August 13, 9am-2pm 349 Gnarled Oak St, Pick Sliding glass doors, love seat, gracie 2 home quilter system, computer cabinet, electronics & much more! No clothing GARAGE SALE August 13th, 10am-? 8437 Papillon Ave, Reyn Furn., hh items, baby items, movies/games

Garage Sale Christian Valley Baptist Church 850 Studer Ave. Cols, Oh Sat. Aug. 6, 9am - 3 pm Clothing Adult/Children, Household Goods, Re freshments Serv Hat & Candle Lovers Liquidation Sale Sat Aug 13, 1pm-5pm, Ladies Designer Hats $5-$30, Soy Candles $3$5, The Shoppes, 1030 Alum Creek Dr. Columbus HUGE GARAGE SALE Fri Aug 12th 8:30 til ?. 9089 Calverton Terr Pickerington New power washer, dressers, desk, foosball table "like new", microwave oven, lg rocking horse, lg beautiful antique piece, name brand clothing, misc. : ) COME SEE! Multi Family Garage Sale 1 DAY ONLY. Saturday 8/13 9am-4pm. 1793 Graham Rd, Reys 43068. Across from The Livingston House. Multi Family Sale Aug 11, 12 & 13- 9am-?? 1744 Graham Rd, Ryn Antiques, small appl., tools 32ft ladder, 6ft tables, table & chairs and much more! OLD ORCHARD 2-FAMILY PORCH & GARAGE SALE . 6129 Applegate Ln & 6148 Chinaberry Dr., 43213. Fri. & Sat. Aug 12 & 13, 9am4pm. Lots of H/H items, glswr. & much miscellaneous. One day garage Sale in Pickerington on Friday 8/12/11 from 9am to 5pm. Address is 7624 Creekbend Dr Pickerington,OH 43147. PICKERINGTON GARAGE SALE 461 Seven Pines Dr. 8/12 and 8/13 8am-5pm couches, chair, baby items, and LOTS MORE! Sat. 13th & Sun. 14th 9a-4p, 1708 Pickering Dr, Reynoldsburg, 43068, HH items, toys and baby items

VENDORS WANTED Craft Bazaar at Franklin Church. 7171 Central College, New Albany. Oct. 15th Call Debbie 614-855-1572

PRIME LOTS IN FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS for sale by owner. Located at 5600 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 4 prime lots in the CALVARY SECTION ; Block F-2; Lot No. 160. Lots are now selling for $1,795 ea. Will sell our lots as follows: 1 for $1,500 - 2 for $2,800 - 3 for $3,900 or 4 for $5,000. Contact 740-654-7994.

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ARMOIRE cherry dark wood, in GC, $50. TV, 32", not HD type, $35.. Comp Desk, walnut, $50, sm chest freezer, $50. Dshwshr, Caloric, portable, works, $25. 614-772-3300. MOVING SALE - Refrigera tor $100, washer/dryer $100, dishwasher $100. All in good working condition. Call 614-284-7190.

Chihuahua pups $250.Tiny, many colors, shots, wormed, hlth guar. See us and others at: blueribbonkennelsofohio .com Click on avail pups page or call 740-332-4968 PIT BULL PUPPIES Blue, 1 males, 2 females, best offer with papers, POP. Contact 614-255-8909

ST. BERNARD PUPS 6 weeks, pure bred, male & female, pop shots & wormed $250 ea., 614-332-4970

Pets & Livestock REPTILE SALE & SHOW Buy, Sell, Trade. Sat. July 13, 9am - 3pm Moose Lodge #11 1500 Demorest Rd, Cols, 43228 614-459-4261, 614-457-4433 www.allohioshows.com AIREDALE PUPPIES. AKC REGISTERED, VET CHECKED, 1ST SHOTS, 5M 4F, $350, 740-623-8914

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3 Bed Ranch for Rent 1 bath. 1 car det. garage. Range/Ref. Immdiate occupancy. $800/mo. Call:(614) 893-3888

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AVON $10 Business Start-Up! Call, Anita, Sr. Exec.,ISR

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419-571-3702 WHITEHALL AREA 2BR, remodeled Townhome, $475/mo+ $20 charge for water, 1.5 BA, full bsmt, nice grounds. Call 614353-0156 to set up appointment. Section 8 only - Bonus gift card for signing this week!

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È 614-868-8650 East Cols. -Apartments for Rent. 2BR, 1BA, On Busline, Completely remodel., Off St. Prkg, Beautiful just refinished HW flrs. New kitch. cab./fixtures & new bathrm fixtures, New Ceramic Tile $200 deposit, $460 mo. SEC. 8 OK. 937-536-9256.

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CCW Classes. 1 day class offered by experienced certified NRA instructor. Groups or one on one available. $120 each or less. Classes daily. 614-829-7775.

Metro-E.Columbus just minutes from downtown,lease duplex 2 bedroom,new windows,cable ready,appliances,close to school,hdwd floor,remodeled bathrm,nice large fence yard,,easy access to 70 fwy,$550 mo.,deposit $550. (310)227-3789 Must love sports. A lot.

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Cnyn, 2 BR, 1 BA, appl incl, pet frndly, all elec., CA Avail. Imm.! $425/m Jason: 614-352-8870

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

Ranch Home W/ 43 acres.Great hunting property!. Ranch home w/3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen and dining, extra dining room, great room w/large stone fireplace(gas) high ceiling, basement w/ living room, 2 car garage plus, 2 car pool barn w/cement floors. Central air/gas heat, most rooms have ceiling fans. 43acres mostly wooded w/ 2 creeks.Great hunting property away from town but not too far out in Philo,OH. call 740-819-7152

East - Good Location 3BR, 1BA, split level, freshly painted, fenced back yard. Rent $850 mo. $800 deposit required. Managed by Century 21 Joe Walker www.cibrentals.com 317-491-8576 or 614-209-3319

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614-235-1819 J.P. Plumbing Repair Toilets, faucets, disposals, water heaters, & hose faucets. $65/hr. Jeff: 614-891-4131 Sat., Sun no extra charge! All In One Plumbing "One Call Does It ALL" $25 off labor with ad CC Accepted (614)801-1508

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

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

Mathew’s Tree Service -Tree removal -Stump grinding -Topping/Trim Call: 614-704-2181

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HELP WANTED SKILLED TRADES

HVAC TRAINING PROGRAM Atlas Butler is central Ohio’s largest and most respected heating and air conditioning company. We are offering selected candidates an opportunity to enter the exciting heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry through a fulltime, two year on-the-job training and formal education program at a well known college in Columbus, Ohio. This is NOT a light-weight, "hand me the wrench" training program. We are willing to make a serious investment in your future success as long as you will commit to working and studying hard to successfully complete this program. We will even offer employee benefits for you and your family throughout the program period. Do you need HVAC experience to be selected? No. In fact, this unique program is designed specifically for those individuals with no prior experience or education in the HVAC industry. We will provide training from the ground up. Is this for you? Let’s find out. There are just a few minimal requirements: • Must have a high-school diploma or equivalent • Must reside within 30 miles of Columbus, Ohio • Mechanically inclined • Good driving record • Clean background • Must be able to lift 75 pounds by yourself If selected, you will receive: • Entry-level salary • On-the-job training • Formal classroom education • Full benefits If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, please e-mail your resume to Greg at benua@atlasbutler.com or fax your resume to (614) 294-1625. Atlas Butler is a Drug Free, Equal Opportunity Employer

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Experienced supervisor needed for large, busy, luxury apts. Must be HVAC& EPA certified & exp. supervising large staff. Must have own tools, reliable transportation, valid drivers license. Call 614761-0222 or apply in person at Asherton of Dublin Apts., 5400 Asherton Blvd., Dublin. We are a smokefree company.

PLUMBER 5 years experience in commericial work. Good driving record, hand tools. All American Plumbing 614-443-9046 PLUMBERS D&L Plumbing now hiring skilled plumbers. Service work experience required. Good troubleshooting skills a must. A major ad vantage would be: experi ence in water wells includ ing service and installation of pumps and water treat ment systems; hydronic heating including boilers and controls; certified backflow tester; DOT gas line certification. We offer competitive wages and benefits based on skills & exp. Email resume qualifi cations to jobs@ ohiobackflow.com or fax to 614-882-3334.

Project Manager

National Commercial Construction Company has an opening for a project manager. Must have knowledge of cost/scheduling control, accounting, risk evaluation, subcontractor/supplier management and owner/architect coordination experience. Proficient in MS Office, knowledge of Timberline software helpful. Have ability to complete projects on schedule and within budget. Email resume to Careers@hanlinra inaldi.com EOE.

Quality Control Rep FT. Will complete inspections & surveys on Cable TV installs,trouble calls & disconnects in Cols, OH. Start date of job is Sept. 5. Cable TV instal lation and/or Technical experience required. Send resume to Kenneth Surface at: kenneth@ cablegainservices.com or call: 615-403-7317

HELP WANTED TRANSPORTATION/ DRIVERS Class A Route Delivery Drivers

Needed in Columbus **$3,000 Sign-On Bonus**

Most Routes 1 - 2 Days Out! Benefits: - Average Salary $60K first year - Great Benefits - Strong, Stable Company Requirements: - Lift gate & Rollers & Stands delivery methods - At least 1 yr. verifiable tractor trailer experience - Must meet MBM’s MVR requirements - Can pass physical, drug screen & background check Apply At: www.MBMcareers.com

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IN-HOME SALES Seeking experienced sales pro. We offer support, train ing, leads. Income based on your success! Great potential! Please email: ohiosunroomsales@ gmail.com

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Pharmacy Systems, Inc. seeks a Director to manage pharmacy operations and a 20 person staff at Marietta Memorial Hospital. The hospital is technology driven, clinically focused, INSURANCE AGENT 199 bed acute care facility Westerville insurance agen - in SE Ohio. Must have OH cy has immediate need for (Pharmacist) license or a Commercial Lines Servic - ability to reciprocate. Send ing Agent. Employer resume to looking for licensed agent cswindell@pharmacysyste and prefers experience ms.com for consideration. with Applied Systems. Sign-on bonus and Send resume to: relocation assistance Associated Insurance offered Agencies,Inc. 63 Commerce Park Dr. PROGRAM Westerville, Ohio 43082

Regional OTR Drivers Want to earn $45 - $55,000 a year With no touch freight and be home multiple times weekly? We are family owned, offer benefits, and are looking for you if you have relevant CDL experience. Please call Niles at 800-476-1050 X201 or apply online at FleetmasterExpress.com DRIVER - CDL A Post-Frame Sales Redneck Trailer Supplies is the nations leading Distrib Post-frame construction utor of trailer parts. We company looking for quali have an immediate need fied sales rep for central for a CDL-A Driver Ohio. Full-time position in w/HazMat. Only 2 sched volves sales of buildings uled overnights during the and managing crews and week. You would drive an subcontractors. Position of established route fers competitive wages, and pickup some back company vehicle, laptop hauls. Must be comfortable computer, expense ac with flatbed trailer count, health insurance, deliver, multiple stops & and401K retirement plan. unloading. We offer: com No phone calls please. petitive pay, paid vacation, Email resume to: Jrollins@ bonus program, medicalwaltersbuildings.com dental-life-vision insurance, matching 401K w/profit sharing. Must have a clean Sales MVR, 1 yr exp, & 100,000 Account miles driven. Interested candidates are encour Executive aged to apply in person at: This Week Community Redneck Trailer Supplies Newspapers has an 5178 Fisher Road opening for an aggressive, Columbus, OH 43228 goal-oriented Advertising DHartley@ Sales Account Executive. redneck-trailer.com The candidate must be EOE able to build good business relationships and present advertising Driver products to local, regional MORE MONEY? and national accounts. No Problem! Start a New Career! Qualifications: 100% Paid CDL Training! No Experience Required ∂ Strong presentation Recent Grads or skills, exceptional Exp Drivers: communication skills, Call about Sign On Bonus! self-discipline and highly 1-888-417-7564 motivated www.JoinCRST.com ∂ 2 - 3 years experience in DRIVERS business-to business, Diamond Logistics is conceptual, solution selling seeking truck drivers for ∂ Proven track record of all shifts that are generating new business predominantly home every and closing leads day! Must be at least 23, have 2 yrs experience We provide a positive w/min of 100K OTR mi, work environment and a valid Class A CDL, good comprehensive driving record & clear compensation and benefits criminal backgrnd. Good package. Please send pay + benefits. Call resume with salary 800-409-4097 8A-4P. requirements to: DRIVERS E-mail: Team Runs Home Weekly! Jhefel@dispatch.com $1,000 SIGN ON BONUS Up to $0.44 CPM, paid Human Resources vaca. Home weekly, D&H. 7801 N. Central Drive Need CDL A with 6 mth Lewis Center, OH 43035 exp. Call Rob 989-3822. EOE HELP WANTED Sales & SALES/MARKETING Marketing Assistant ACCOUNT EXEC Assist Marketing & Sales Great Lakes Publishing Custom Media www.glpcu team with lead distribution, data entry, distribution of stom.com seeks a seniormarketing literature level account executive to and reports. 2 yrs experi expand our custom pub ence inan office environ lishing and website devel ment. Excellent opment portfolio in Central PC skills including Micro Ohio. Duties include: soft Office- Word, Excel, prospecting, selling and PowerPoint and Outlook. managing new accounts Strong verbal and written for our communications communication skills, solutions. organized and detail orient Send cover letter, salary ed. M-F, 32 hrs/week. req. and resume to both: $15.HR. Email harmonjr@ resume to: snoriega@ glpublishing.com and kmat dytran.com usoff@ohiomagazine.com or fax to: 818-734-2700

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Sales & Delivery Driv er Trainees and Parttime Merchandisers. For more information visit our website at www.gjpeps i.com/columbus Click on "Careers" to learn more about our current openings and for information on how to join the winning team. EOE M/F/D/V

AUTOMOTIVE SALES Great career opportunity to be a Certified Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep Consul tant! Don’t hesitate to ap ply if you qualify: What we need: 1. The desire to be the best 2. Conscientious and hon est work ethic 3. Communication skills 4. A great attitude 5. A good driving record is a must 6. Chrysler trained prefer red What we offer: 1. Competeive pay plan 2. State of the art facility 3. Compnay matching 401k contribution 4. Family owned and oper ated for over 27 years 5. Health and dental insurances 6. Earn while you learn paid factory training

National distributor of moulding/millwork products seeks part time Service Representative to service product at a customer store in the Columbus, OH market. The position will work 15-20 hours per week. Exp. w/ moulding/ millwork a plus and must be able to lift 50-100 lbs. Email resume to HR@ awmllc.com. DFWP/EOE

HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL DENTAL Are you looking for a prac tice oppurtunity with high income potential? Very busy dental practice locat ed just 40 minutes from Columbus is seeking the perfect associate for this practice. Salary and bene fits negotiable. For confi dential interview fax your CV with contact informa tion to 937-399-0668. Director of Nursing Marysville’s premier assist ed living is loking for dy namic, customer focused Director of Nursing. The ideal candidate will be an RN with either Assisted Liv ing or Long Term Care ex perience. Must love se niors and providing superi or care a priority. This community has 76 suites including an alzheimer’s area. If interested please send resumes to admin@h alcyonvillage.com Along with references and salary requirements. No phone calls please. MA AND MEDICAL RECEPTIONST Previous experience preferred. Please email resume to: doctoroffice20@ yahoo.com

PEDIATRICIAN

Apply in person, email us at cpancake@cartowne.com or fax 740-548-6221

Powell Pediatric Care LLC seeks Pediatrician position in Powell, OH to provide pediatric care in outpatient and inpatient settings. Min Req: M.D. & valid Ohio State Medical License & Board certified in Pedia trics. Resumes: Sheila Jones, 35 Clairedan Drive, Powell, OH 43065. No Calls. EOE.

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Experienced MR/DD professional needed to provide leadership to direct care staff in supported living services for intellectually/emotionally challenged individuals. Mental health or behavioral experience preferred. Fulltime day position with oncall and occasional evening responsibilities. Salary: $30 - $35 annual. CORI Care, Inc. 1060 Kingsmill Parkway, Cols, OH 43229 Ph: (614) 848-4357 Fax: (614) 848-5192 marlacoricare@copper.net RN’s LPN’s & HHA’s WANTED GROWING Home Care Agency Needs STAFF In the following counties: Allen, Auglaize, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Holmes, Knox & Montgomery Flexibility a must! Days, Evenings & Weekends Available, 1 yr experience required RN’s must know OASIS Competitive Wages Fax resume to: (614) 866-8160

Wexner Heritage Village is currently hiring in the fol lowing positions:

Zusman Hospice RN Case Manager, Full-time and PRN An Ohio RN license and minimum of 3 years of hos pital experience in a medical/surgical unit are required. Candidates also must have excellent com munication skills, have strong interpersonal skills, be self directed, and or ganized. Previous Home Health and/or Hospice ex perience is preferred.

Home Health and Wellness Home Specialist Seeking STNA or certified Home Health aides with demonstrated skills, a de sire to excel, and first-rate work ethics. You must have your own vehicle and be able to provide proof of insurance. Clients are lo cated throughout central Ohio. Applicants may apply in person or send resume to: Human Resources1151 College Ave. Columbus OH or Email to: HR@whv.org EOE Visit us on the web: www.whv.org

HELP WANTED GENERAL Assistant Mgmt Trainee

Adolescent Chemical Dependency Counselor/ Therapist Participate in implementing best practice adolescent treatment program at community-based substance abuse services agency - Morrow County site. LISW/PCC and CD counselor licensure preferred. Will consider licensed CD counselor or LSW/PC eligible for enrollment in CD licensure process. Must have proven experience working with adolescent clients, families, and networking with community organizations. Strong assessment, individual and group counseling skills. Program implementation will involve both school and agency-based services. Automated record keeping experience beneficial. Strong emphasis on team approach. Send resume with salary history and three references to: Chief Executive Officer Recovery & Prevention Resources of Delaware and Morrow Counties 118 Stover Drive Delaware, Ohio 430158601

Deadline for application: August 11, 2011 EOE/Affirmative Action Employer PET GROOMER Eastside Veterinary Clinic in need of a professional groomer. Only experi enced groomers need apply. Please call Mary 614-866-2290

HELP WANTED WAREHOUSE/ MANUFACTURING MACHINIST Industrial Pattern & Mfg. a manufacturer of Molds, Patterns, and Models located in Columbus, Ohio is recruiting for a machinist. Requirement include: Set-up and operate various tool room equipment including but not limited to lathes and milling equipment. Read and interpret blueprints, sketches, and drawings to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work pieces. Ability to work independently. Please send resume and references to Industrial Pattern & Mfg. 899 N. 20th Street Columbus, OH 43219

HELP WANTED PROFESSIONAL/ MANAGEMENT

Customer Care Representative

Chief Operating Officer

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Fast growing DME compa ny in Westerville for cus tomer, medical office and insurance interaction via phone and in-person. Pre vious experience in han dling customer concerns, medical information, com puter skills, and patient in formation is preferred. Fax to Matt @ 614-901-2228. EOE

Dockworkers Vitran Express, Inc. has openings for part time dockworkers to load/unload trucks. Fork lift experience preferred. Applications only accept ed 7/11/11-7/15/11 7:00am-6:00pm Limited Availability Apply in person to: VITRAN EXPRESS, Inc. 5075 Krieger Ct. Colum bus, OH 44104 E.O.E.

MAINT. REGIONAL ASST. Experienced maintenance person needed to assist regional MT supervisor. Must be HVAC certified, willing to travel & have knowledge of older apts. Fax resumes to Maurice, 614-866-6824. We are a smoke-free company.

HELP WANTED PROFESSIONAL/ MANAGEMENT

HELP WANTED FOOD SERVICE/ HOSPITALITY

HELP WANTED FOOD SERVICE/ HOSPITALITY

Design Coordinator

Cup O’ Joe/ Mojoe Lounge Downtown

SOUS CHEF An award winning restaurant in Powell, OH is seeking a qualified, creative, responsible Sous Chef that has a can-do attitude and promotes a team environment. Culinary degree preferred, please resume to: pgulis@gmail.com

For Custom Home Builder. Requires time manage ment skills, organizational skills, people skills and multi- project responsibili ties. Looking for a team player that can handle varying work load. Re quired 3-5 yrs industry exp. Proficient in Windows OS, & all aspects of MS Office. Pay based on exp. Great benefits package. Re spond to : kduchemin@ rh-homes.com

Now Hiring: Bartenders and Servers. Submit your application to any of our 9 locations, or mail to 705 Hadley Drive, Columbus, OH 43228

Restaurant & District Man ager Now Hiring for Columbus Area Fast Food Chain! ~Preferred 3 Years Experi ence ~Motivated HELP WANTED ~Energetic CLERICAL/ ~Leadership Qualities a SECRETARIAL Plus ~Training Included GENERAL OFFICE ~Flexible Schedules Publisher seeks assistance ~Insurance Options Availa with customer service, cor ble respondence and subscrip - Please send resume to: tion orders. Requires excel - ohio.jobapps2011@gmail. lent order entry abilities, com accuracy & courteous or contact at 614-230-8757 phone skills. 15-25 hours/wk. Less hours in summer, more in winter. Competitive compensa To place an ad for your tion. Bexley office. Send bazaar or seasonal resume to Jakirn@ ameritech.net or fax event call to 614-231-5735. To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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Merchandise

2-DAY GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat. 8/12 & 8/13 8a4p. 160 Heil Dr, Gahanna 43230. Womens clothing, bunk beds, blinds, rugs, TV, grill, lots of holiday dec. & lots of misc. BEXLEY 10 families, Seneca Park Pl. b/t S. Dawson & S. Cassady. Fri 8/12, 8-4 & Sat 8/13, 8-1. Baby/kids items, electronics, porch furn, desks, clthg for all, HH/kitch items, home de cor, jewelry, more! Cash only.

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Chase Card Services More than a Job...a Career. If you’re looking for exciting job opportunities and career growth, join our winning team.

PLANT LABORER

Anderson Concrete needs reliable person to assist in and around concrete plant. Will perform maintenance, housekeeping and learn all aspects of plant operation. Requires manual labor, climbing and works outdoors in all weather conditions. Excellent benefits and competitive wage. Apply 7:00 am to 4 pm weekdays: Anderson Concrete, 400 Frank Road (exit Haul Road) Columbus, 43207. EOE

Commercial PT, FT. All shifts avail. M-F, wkends. Good pay! 614-734-1400

Need 7 sharp people to help run offices in the Cols. area. Earn while you learn $400-500/per week while in training. NO EXPERIENCE NEC. Call Cindy for personal interview 614-791-3301

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2-1-1 Crisis/Hotline Director Supervises staff, manages 24/7/365 program, produ ces monthly QA reports, oversees budget, assists with local disaster response, oordinates community outreach. Minimum BS/BA degree in social work/social sciences and LSW/LPC, computer proficiency and 3 yrs direct supervisory experience required. Cover letter, resume, and three current reference letters required. Visit www. pathwaysofcentralohio.org. Applications due 8/12/2011 No phone calls or walk-ins.

I’M SWAMPED!

Fulltime position for overall management of business operations in alignment with values of the Catholic Church.Must have Bachelor’s degree in business administration with proficient knowledge of financial systems. MBA and/or CPA preferred. Highly proficient in Windows including Word, Excel, and database environments. Minimum 10 years experience in managing accounting and finance or 5 years preferred managing philanthropic office business setting. Background screening &VIRTUS "Protecting God’s Children" course mandatory. Salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive benefits package. www.catholicfoundation.org Send resume & refs by Friday, August 19, 2011 to: admin@ catholic-foundation.org

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Entrepreneurial Signature Program Business Consultant (Grant Funded) Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Overview: Seeking a senior business consultant bringing early-stage technology firms from idea through venturable status. Hands-on experienced consulting for clients in 19-county SE Ohio region of Ohio Third Frontier-funded TechGROWTH Ohio program. Join an experienced professional team with four years’ increasingly positive metrics, totaling a $9-$1 ratio of new money to State funding for the region, with over $68M metrics achieved to date. Multiple-stakeholder Partners group and private-sector-match-funded pre-seed investment portfolio, now in Fund II. Minimum Qualifications: Masters degree required. At least 5 years’ experience guiding start-ups. Critical areas of prior professional experience: securing venture capital funding for businesses or clients, commercialization, project management, debt or equity financing, business plan creation, marketing research, operational efficiency practices, and strategic plan development. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Preferred Qualifications: A Masters of Business Administration degree. Six years of consulting experience is preferred. Experience in building and maintaining external partnerships, innovation, licensing, and intellectual property preservation a plus. Location: This position is based at Ohio University’s Athens campus, and the individual must be able to drive throughout the 19-county region as needed. Some overnight travel may be required. Salary: $60,000 – 70,500 range, based on qualifications. Ohio University provides an excellent benefits package. Submit on-line applications at www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/applicants/LINK. Applicants must attach a letter of application, resume, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references. This position will remain open until filled. For full consideration please apply by XXXXXXXXXXX. This applicant pool will be used to fill 1 position. This position is grant

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Ohio University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Rhodes State College is West Central Ohio’s largest two-year college with nearly 4300 students, and more than 100 Associate degrees, majors and certification programs. The College’s campus, on-line instruction and off-campus learning centers serve 33 Ohio counties and the College is the region’s leading workforce development trainer. The following positions are available: Dean, Division of Information Technology and Engineering Technology Director of Advising & Counseling Director of Public Safety and Security Restricted Fund Accountant Assistant Registrar Full Time 9 Month Accounting Instructor Instructor – Practical Nursing Web Developer For a listing of duties, qualifications and the application process see the position posting on our website. Check the “Employment Opportunities” at the bottom of the home page of www.rhodesstate.edu. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/ADA EMPLOYER, M/F, V/D


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August 11, 2011

Real Estate Bexley Moving Sale, Multi-family, Sat 8/13, 8-3, 2466 Bryden (alley). Tons of household items, lamps, Techline furniture (wht & blk), futon, full-size iron bed, pine hutch, twin & full bedding, TVs, cameras, sports equipment, MUCH MORE! Church Flea Market(8/6/11 9-4). Redeemer UMC 235 McNaughten Rd, Col, OH 43213 (btwn Broad and Main, near hospital & fire station.)40+ vendors Community Garage Sale Sycamore Woods Condominiums, Just S of Hamilton Rd and US 62. 8/13, 8a-4p Antiques, household, tools,sprt gds furniture, clothing, back 2 school items, more! COUNTRYVIEW VILLAGE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE FRI/SAT: AUG. 5&6 9am-4pm. Between Gender & Brice Rds near Refugee Rd. Friday Only Bargains Aug.12 9:00-2:00 Church Basement Sale E. Livingston Baptist, 6500 E. Livingston Ave. Reynoldsburg, Ohio GAHANNA HUGE MULTI-FAM. Gar. Sale - All Must Go! 468 Lytton Way 43220. Thurs. & Fri., 8/11 & 8/12 8a-2p. Kids toys (Webkiz, Pony, Legos, bikes, comp. & games) Kids clothes, adult lg clothes, Coach items, cosmetics, single matt. set, books, H/H, sheets & bedding, etc. GAHANNA: Multi-Family garage sale! Aug.12&13 from 9AM-3PM; Peale Court in Gahanna 43230, off Hamilton Rd; child & adult clothing & shoes, furniture, electronics, toys, home decor & houseware items, & more! GARAGE SALE August 13, 9am-2pm 349 Gnarled Oak St, Pick Sliding glass doors, love seat, gracie 2 home quilter system, computer cabinet, electronics & much more! No clothing GARAGE SALE August 13th, 10am-? 8437 Papillon Ave, Reyn Furn., hh items, baby items, movies/games

Garage Sale Christian Valley Baptist Church 850 Studer Ave. Cols, Oh Sat. Aug. 6, 9am - 3 pm Clothing Adult/Children, Household Goods, Re freshments Serv Hat & Candle Lovers Liquidation Sale Sat Aug 13, 1pm-5pm, Ladies Designer Hats $5-$30, Soy Candles $3$5, The Shoppes, 1030 Alum Creek Dr. Columbus HUGE GARAGE SALE Fri Aug 12th 8:30 til ?. 9089 Calverton Terr Pickerington New power washer, dressers, desk, foosball table "like new", microwave oven, lg rocking horse, lg beautiful antique piece, name brand clothing, misc. : ) COME SEE! Multi Family Garage Sale 1 DAY ONLY. Saturday 8/13 9am-4pm. 1793 Graham Rd, Reys 43068. Across from The Livingston House. Multi Family Sale Aug 11, 12 & 13- 9am-?? 1744 Graham Rd, Ryn Antiques, small appl., tools 32ft ladder, 6ft tables, table & chairs and much more! OLD ORCHARD 2-FAMILY PORCH & GARAGE SALE . 6129 Applegate Ln & 6148 Chinaberry Dr., 43213. Fri. & Sat. Aug 12 & 13, 9am4pm. Lots of H/H items, glswr. & much miscellaneous. One day garage Sale in Pickerington on Friday 8/12/11 from 9am to 5pm. Address is 7624 Creekbend Dr Pickerington,OH 43147. PICKERINGTON GARAGE SALE 461 Seven Pines Dr. 8/12 and 8/13 8am-5pm couches, chair, baby items, and LOTS MORE! Sat. 13th & Sun. 14th 9a-4p, 1708 Pickering Dr, Reynoldsburg, 43068, HH items, toys and baby items

VENDORS WANTED Craft Bazaar at Franklin Church. 7171 Central College, New Albany. Oct. 15th Call Debbie 614-855-1572

PRIME LOTS IN FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS for sale by owner. Located at 5600 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 4 prime lots in the CALVARY SECTION ; Block F-2; Lot No. 160. Lots are now selling for $1,795 ea. Will sell our lots as follows: 1 for $1,500 - 2 for $2,800 - 3 for $3,900 or 4 for $5,000. Contact 740-654-7994.

BCF Firewood Seasoned µ 614-397-2752 Residential & Restaurant Wood.

ARMOIRE cherry dark wood, in GC, $50. TV, 32", not HD type, $35.. Comp Desk, walnut, $50, sm chest freezer, $50. Dshwshr, Caloric, portable, works, $25. 614-772-3300. MOVING SALE - Refrigera tor $100, washer/dryer $100, dishwasher $100. All in good working condition. Call 614-284-7190.

Chihuahua pups $250.Tiny, many colors, shots, wormed, hlth guar. See us and others at: blueribbonkennelsofohio .com Click on avail pups page or call 740-332-4968 PIT BULL PUPPIES Blue, 1 males, 2 females, best offer with papers, POP. Contact 614-255-8909

ST. BERNARD PUPS 6 weeks, pure bred, male & female, pop shots & wormed $250 ea., 614-332-4970

Pets & Livestock REPTILE SALE & SHOW Buy, Sell, Trade. Sat. July 13, 9am - 3pm Moose Lodge #11 1500 Demorest Rd, Cols, 43228 614-459-4261, 614-457-4433 www.allohioshows.com AIREDALE PUPPIES. AKC REGISTERED, VET CHECKED, 1ST SHOTS, 5M 4F, $350, 740-623-8914

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Experienced Pet Care Adult will provide TLC to your pets daily or weekly in your home. Overnight Avail., Multiple Ref. Avail., Call Mindy: 614-314-9192

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" CHRISTIAN’S " PAINTING & BASEMENT WATERPROOFING 614-279-7876, 586-6411 CALL ME FIRST! 7 days a week. CASH for your CARS $250-1000!!! Running or Not. Pay top $DOLLAR$ 614-778-5660 ShineARide.com 937.738.7566 Vehicle Cleaning Buffing Waxing plus Vehicles 9am-9pm M-F

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Carpet Cleaning Any 3 Rms. $44.95 Pwr Wash House $99. Flr. Sanding Flr. Stripping & Waxing 424-0377

SADIE "THE CLEANING LADY" Advantage Paving New or recap blacktop, Driveways, parking lots, save your drive & seal it. free est. Call 614-832-6700 To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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Affordable Prices! Call Randy (614) 551-6963

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

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

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Paige $29/Hour Labor PC Repair at your home. Call Kevin at (614)580-5189

3 Bed Ranch for Rent 1 bath. 1 car det. garage. Range/Ref. Immdiate occupancy. $800/mo. Call:(614) 893-3888

SOUTHEAST - 1494 Efner. 4BR, 2BA, 1 car gar, screened in porch, kit appls incl, large yard. No sect 8, $900/mo.

DOWNTOWN AREA 157 N. 18TH ST. All brick 4BR, 1BA, with appliances, partially fenced in yard, full base ment with washer/dryer hkup, $720 month plus $720 deposit. Application fee $35. Call 614-354-8786.

AVON $10 Business Start-Up! Call, Anita, Sr. Exec.,ISR

614-837-6883 12 years Exp. Leading Others to Success! Shop Avon at youravon.com/aalbaghli

419-571-3702 WHITEHALL AREA 2BR, remodeled Townhome, $475/mo+ $20 charge for water, 1.5 BA, full bsmt, nice grounds. Call 614353-0156 to set up appointment. Section 8 only - Bonus gift card for signing this week!

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$389/Mo. 1 BR $499/Mo. 2 BR REYNOLDSBURG SCHLS Ê$50 Sign-on bonus

È 614-868-8650 East Cols. -Apartments for Rent. 2BR, 1BA, On Busline, Completely remodel., Off St. Prkg, Beautiful just refinished HW flrs. New kitch. cab./fixtures & new bathrm fixtures, New Ceramic Tile $200 deposit, $460 mo. SEC. 8 OK. 937-536-9256.

bluebottomelakes.com PAY LAKE / CAMPING Back gate of Rickenbacker. Also, kids pond. No fishing license required. 614-940-2851

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CASTLETON GARDENS OFFERING 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS Rents are based on 30% of adjusted income & includes all basic utilities To qualify you must be at least 62 or are disabled/handicapped Call Mon.-Fri. 9-1 614-863-6478 TTY 800-750-0750

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2BR Townhouse, 1.5BA starting at $629, Pet Friendly, W/D Conn., Garages, Private Entrance, Patios Brady Commons Apts. " 614-891-6265 "

CCW Classes. 1 day class offered by experienced certified NRA instructor. Groups or one on one available. $120 each or less. Classes daily. 614-829-7775.

Metro-E.Columbus just minutes from downtown,lease duplex 2 bedroom,new windows,cable ready,appliances,close to school,hdwd floor,remodeled bathrm,nice large fence yard,,easy access to 70 fwy,$550 mo.,deposit $550. (310)227-3789 Must love sports. A lot.

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

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Carpentry ∂ Home Repair Renovations & Trim Detail 30+yrs. exp. Mike Gregory

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HANDYMAN SERVICE Flooring, Roofing, Painting Kitchens, Baths & More! Call Mike Javor at (614)562-2576 ûRepairs Unlimited û Kitchen, Bath, Basement Remodeling. Plumbing, Electric, Flooring & More! Call Greg (614) 296-4232

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BANKRUPTCY Chapter 7 or 13. Flat fees, Free consult, pymt plan, eve/wkend appts. 614-834-7110

PRECISION 1 Serving Central Ohio Since 1986! Exterior trim, stucco, siding, paint, power wash ing & deck restoration. 614-833-6000

CHIMNEY REPAIR SPECIALISTS DM Thompson Masonry TUCKPOINTING, Liners Rebuilds, Sweeping Call 614-263-1272

PRECISION 1 Roofing, Siding, Gutters, Windows, Insulation. www.precision1home improvement.com 614-578-3026

BOSS MAN’S PAINTING BWC - Insured - 30 Yrs Exp Interior/Exterior Painting Powerwashing, Decks FREE EST, 614-483-6268

ALL REPAIRS DONE IN YOUR HOME

DECKS & WOOD FENCES Fast Service/Fair Prices 12X16 deck only $1,630

A Job Well Done Again

Clean, Oil, Adjust $29.95 Repair/Service, Guarant’d 614-890-7362

Repair Specialists/Chimneys

740-862-6621 Aaron Allen Moving Owned by Military Veteran Bonded & Insured PUCO #158-044-HG (614) 299-6683 & 263-0649

CHUCK VAGT Remodeling & Basements Kitchens & Bathrooms Floors & Countertops 40 Yrs. Exp. û Free Est.

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

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Hastings Construction CONCRETE WORK DRIVEWAYS 18X40, $3500 PATIOS 16 X 20, $1750 FREE ESTIMATES Lowest Price! No Deposit! Call Shawn 614-516-8398 www.hastings constructionco.com DAN FEW CONCRETE 38 Years in Central Ohio. Drives, Walks, Pole Bldg, BB courts. Lic/Bond/Ins. Call 614-575-8561

Cnyn, 2 BR, 1 BA, appl incl, pet frndly, all elec., CA Avail. Imm.! $425/m Jason: 614-352-8870

New Customers Only

Accurate Garage Doors

• Home or Office • Free Estimates

Reynoldsburg Area Brick Ranch - residential or business use. 3 BR/2 BA, 2c grg, FP, incl 1 acre lot w/24x48 ft bldg. $160k neg.125 Wolfcraft Dr û 740-964-0574 û

NE APARTMENT NEAR 161 & MAPLE

Very nice 2BR TH, new kitchen, stove, refrigerator and dishwasher included, W/D hkup, nice backyard, small outside storage shed, off street parking. $575/mo. 614-424-1025

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REYNOLDSBURG AREA BRICK RANCH û û 4 BR, 3 BA û û Pool, fin bsmt, lrg kit, all appl incl, new rf/hting/AC, Clbs Schls. 614-314-2195 or 915-6396 appt only

Owner can finance or rent to own. 3BR, 1BA, bsmt, 1 car garage. 614-848-5401

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

Rent,Lease Option,Buy 3253 Timberstone Dr 43110 3bdr,2.5bth,2car large lot $124,900/$1,100 mthOpen Sunday 8/7/11 2-4PM Call Onyx Realty 856-3770.

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

Ranch Home W/ 43 acres.Great hunting property!. Ranch home w/3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen and dining, extra dining room, great room w/large stone fireplace(gas) high ceiling, basement w/ living room, 2 car garage plus, 2 car pool barn w/cement floors. Central air/gas heat, most rooms have ceiling fans. 43acres mostly wooded w/ 2 creeks.Great hunting property away from town but not too far out in Philo,OH. call 740-819-7152

East - Good Location 3BR, 1BA, split level, freshly painted, fenced back yard. Rent $850 mo. $800 deposit required. Managed by Century 21 Joe Walker www.cibrentals.com 317-491-8576 or 614-209-3319

CUSTOM COLORS

614-235-1819 J.P. Plumbing Repair Toilets, faucets, disposals, water heaters, & hose faucets. $65/hr. Jeff: 614-891-4131 Sat., Sun no extra charge! All In One Plumbing "One Call Does It ALL" $25 off labor with ad CC Accepted (614)801-1508

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

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

Mathew’s Tree Service -Tree removal -Stump grinding -Topping/Trim Call: 614-704-2181

Madison Plumbing

614-394-4499 A Budget Priced Company with Professional Quality. BUDGET PRO SIGN-UP today & get a FREE POWERWASH w/whole house paint job. Ins/Free Est, 614-237-4187 budgetproservice.com To place an ad for your bazaar or seasonal event call (740) 888-5003 (local call)

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

A-Accurate Tree FREE EST. Insured

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

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614-261-7190 DAYCARE PROVIDERS & PRESCHOOLS Take advantage of our great childcare rates! (740) 888-5003

EMERY’ S MAINTENANCE BUILDING & REMODELING,INC.

Roofing • Room Addition KITCHEN AND BATH REMODELING •GARAGES SIDING • WINDOWS • ELECTRICAL • PLUMBING RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

$

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ANY JOB OVER $5000

EXPERIENCED DEPENDABLE

LICENSED • BONDED • INSURED

614-837-3046

OH LIC 24238

Roofing • Room Addition


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