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June 30, 2011

AEP slowly making progress on Lane Unexpected utilities found underground, poor weather put work behind schedule By ANDREW MILLER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

After a second work stoppage along Lane Avenue, American Electric Power has resumed installation of underground electrical transmission lines. On June 9, AEP halted work once again after workers encountered a greater number of buried utilities than was previously expected. Additional space was needed to tunnel around the active utilities. The city of Upper Arlington, according to a press release, developed a plan with AEP to provide greater police presence to assist with traffic and mitigate concerns about motorist and worker safety while working around the buried utilities and transporting large cable reels to the jobsite. AEP will transport these cable reels via Zollinger Road, turning south on North Star Road. At this time the company doesn’t believe deliveries will require an on-street parking restriction due to the width

of the delivery trucks, but that remains an option. The most recent work stoppage, along with a previous work stoppage in January and weather-related slowdowns, has put the project four weeks behind schedule, according to the press release. Concerns about the city’s Fourth of July celebrations and parade disruptions are being directed to Emma Speight (583-5045), deputy city manager for community affairs. “We have assurances from AEP that the project will be shut down prior to the Fourth — and they are looking good for completing the section east of Northwest Boulevard prior to the Fourth weekend,” Speight said, noting the plan to halt work July 1. “AEP said they will try to get all of their equipment in one area and bring the traffic cones down to a minimum. All of the entrances to the Shops on Lane Avenue should be clear and open by then, so By Eric George/ThisWeek we will celebrate the Fourth as usual.” Construction snarls traffic on Lane Avenue in Upper Arlington June 27. Traffic is reduced to one Speight said the city has expressed the imporlane in front of the Shops on Lane Avenue. American Electric Power is working to install under-

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Upper Arlington Special Olympics athletes Molly Martin (left) and Elizabeth Lucks share a few laughs before competing in the time trials of the 4x100 meter relay during opening day of the 2011 Ohio Summer Games at Ohio Stadium on June 24. The two ran the relay with teammates Nicole Neri and Lauren Hysell. Approximately 2,700 athletes participated in the event. For a multimedia presentation from opening day, visit www.ThisWeekNews.com.

UA’s Fourth of July organizers expect big crowd for celebration UACA’s Fourth of July committee. “We have several class reunion floats,” he said. “I believe all the (Upper Arlington Anticipation is building for the Upper Ar- High School) reunion classes are having aclington Civic Association’s Fourth tivities Fourth of July weekend. That of July celebration. This year’s tradition is continuing strong.” theme is “Bring Your A Game.” The parade begins at 9 a.m. The Fourth of July continalong Northwest Boulevard, led ues to be a tradition that curby grand marshals Bill and rent and former residents plan Marci Ingram and Lisa and Greg class and family reunions Guy. The Ingrams have local ties. around, bringing together peoBill Ingram is CEO of White Casple who don’t see each other at other tle, Marci is his wife, and they raised times of the year, said Andy Weeks, who their family in Upper Arlington. Lisa is with his wife, Carolyn, is co-chair of the their daughter, who is married to Guy, and By CHRIS BOURNEA

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they live in Upper Arlington. Parade attendees can expect to see inventive floats with a variety of themes, said Drew Wade, who co-chairs the UACA’s float committee with his wife, Lissa. “A lot of the floats, they don’t tell us what they’re going to do, they kind of keep it a little bit of a secret,” Drew Wade said. “We don’t know what exactly what we’re going to see until right before the Fourth.” At least one thing is for certain: There won’t be any commercial or political interests represented in the parade. See FOURTH, page A3

The original list of 46 applicants for Upper Arlington’s city manager position has been narrowed down. While some city council members told ThisWeek that there were three finalists for the job, a Freedom of Information Act request to the city resulted in a list of eight resumes. When asked which candidates were the three finalists, council president Frank Ciotola and other council members said they could not comment, as that discussion took place in executive session. City attorney Jeanine Hummer said her office did not have that information. One internal candidate, assistant city manager Joe Valentino, made the short list. Whoever is chosen will succeed city manager Virginia Barney, who will retire at the end of this year. The list of finalists and semifinalists obtained by ThisWeek included the following applicants:  Richard M. Brown, city manager of East Providence, R.I., from 2006-2010. Brown has also served as city manager and assistant city manager of Petersburg, Va., and as an administrative analyst for the city of Birmingham, Ala. Brown earned an MPA from the University of Tennessee and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.  Kevin Carruth, city manager of Paris, Texas, from 20072011. Carruth has also served as city manager to the cities of Brownwood, Hillsboro and Daingerfield, all in Texas, and as emergency management coordinator for the Harris County Hous-

ing and Community Develo p m e n t Agency in Houston. Carruth earned an MPA from the University of Virginia Houston, as Barney well as a bachelors degree from Texas Tech University.  Jillian Froment, assistant director and chief administrative officer of the Ohio Department of Insurance. Froment served as the city administrator of Marysville from 2008-2011, as executive director of Ohio’s eTech Ohio Commission, and as general counsel and assistant deputy director for Ohio’s office of collective bargaining. Froment earned a juris doctorate from the Capital University Law School, and a bachelors degree from Ohio State University.  Richard Giroux, city manager of Wauchula, Fla., from 20052011. Giroux has also worked as director of public service for Green, Ohio, as well as director of public safety and service of Cambridge. Giroux earned an MPA from the University of Central Florida and a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University.  Gary Huff, town manager of Fishers, Ind., from 2005-2011. Huff also served as town manager of Blacksburg, Va., as deputy town manager of Leesburg, Va. and held several municipal positions in Roanoke County,Va. Huff earned a master’s degree from Virginia Tech and a bachelor’s degree from Marshall University.  Jason Slowinski, assistant city manager of Des Plaines, Ill. See MANAGER, page A2

AECOM principal gives his thoughts on Lane Avenue study By ANDREW MILLER ThisWeek Community Newspapers

For AECOM principal Pete Sechler, the Lane Avenue study isn’t just business, it’s the opportunity to have an impact on the town where he grew up and still has family.

“This is a challenging assignment,” Sechler said. “I appreciate the residents’ frustration, and there are some very smart people on all sides of this working on this very difficult problem.” AECOM and Sechler began the study in May after city council voted to move forward to evaluate current and future

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traffic patterns, parking issues and development along the Lane Avenue corridor. Sechler hosted a public forum June 21 at the municipal building, and 40 residents attended to provide their feedback to study findings. He also gave a presentation Thursday, June 23.

“What makes this a unique situation is that we have low-density suburban housing next to a corridor that we’re trying to urbanize with virtually no buffer, and both the commercial and the residential are very successful,” Sechler said. “Most times on a project like this, one of these areas is distressed, so packag-

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ing the land purchases are not cost- or socially prohibitive to create that buffer in between.” The approach for the Lane Avenue study began by reviewing the city’s 2001 Master Plan, according to Sechler. After See STUDY, page A3

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Council approves Safe Routes to School plan By LIN RICE ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Upper Arlington is now eligible for a state grant program that makes kids’daily trek to school a little safer. City council approved a resolution June 27 adopting a Safe Routes to School plan at Barrington, Tremont, Greensview and Windermere Elementary schools in an effort to encourage students to walk or bike to school. Such a plan is needed for the city to be eligible for the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)’s Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, which has awarded about $32 million statewide to projects that make students’ commute safer. Emma Speight, deputy city manager for community affairs, said Upper Arlington has been working on a plan for about a year and a half, conducting research and brainstorming before a formal plan was finalized for presentation to ODOT. The SRTS program aims to assist communities in developing and implementing projects and programs that “encourage and enable children in grades K-8, including those with disabilities, to walk or bike to school safely,” according to ODOT.

The program addresses five areas to reach that goal — engineering (creating infrastructure improvements), education (teaching children and caregivers about transportation choices), enforcement (partnering with local law enforcement), encouragement (promoting walking and biking), and evaluation (monitoring and documenting outcomes). The efforts of residents such as Christina Muldoon and Wendy Panero, coordinators of the Walk/Bike Committee at Barrington Elementary, helped the city pull the plan together, Speight said. Muldoon delivered a presentation to council at its last meeting on how the program works, and the two women worked to organize the school’s committee in the spring of 2010. “We’re very lucky as a community. A lot of our citizens get very engaged in what they care about, and we’ve had quite a few projects completed around the schools because of their cheerleading.” While Upper Arlington’s engineering department has worked to design where sidewalks could be built as part of the plan, assistant city manager Joe Valentino said during the June 20 conference session that the plan doesn’t

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obligate the city to install those sidewalks; it only lays the groundwork for grants and provides studies that show where sidewalks could be installed to have the biggest impact. SRTS grants can be a significant amount. ODOT awarded $11.6 million for 90 projects in 2010, with the city of Gahanna receiving about $2 million. The grants are awarded to the closest proximity outward (within one mile) to the schools, and can also be used for education, crossing guards and other safety measures. Council member Mary Ann Krauss offered her thanks to those who put the plan together. “It is really quite a masterpiece, and (Muldoon) and (Panero) both did an outstanding job,” Krauss said. “If they are successful in securing grants, we will be very grateful, not only the children but the community. This could mean a great deal of money to the community for sidewalk projects.” With the travel plan in place, Upper Arlington will have until Oct. 31 to submit the plan to ODOT. The next application cycle for Ohio SRTS projects will be from January to March 2012. A copy of the city’s school travel plan can be viewed online at www.uaoh.net.

MANAGER Continued from page A1 Slowinski has served as assistant village administrator of River Forest, Ill., and worked in the planning departments of Alexandria, Va., and Shorewood, Wisc. Slowinski earned a juris doctorate from the John Marshall Law School, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. • Theodore Staton, city manager of East Lansing, Mich., from 1995-present. Staton has also served as assistant city manager of Dayton, as well as that city’s office management and budget director and public works director. He has taught at Wright State University as an adjunct professor of political science and urban affairs. Staton earned master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Wright State University. • Joseph Valentino, assistant city manager of Upper Arlington from 2005-present. Valentino has also served as Upper Arlington’s director of parks and recreation, and as a youth minister for the Upper Arlington Lutheran Church. Valentino earned an

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MBA from Ohio Dominican University, and a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University. Forty-six candidates originally submitted applications for the position to California-based Ralph Andersen and Associates, which was hired to conduct the search by city council in March at a cost of $19,000. The consultant narrowed that list to seven candidates for council’s consideration, and council members interviewed six candidates in executive session at a June 9 special meeting at First Community Village. Ciotola has said council has not yet decided on a date when they will select the final candidate. A special meeting of city council was scheduled to take place Wednesday, June 29, after ThisWeek’s press deadline, to discuss the appointment of a public employee in executive session. Check back with ThisWeekNews.com after Wednesday for more information on that meeting.

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FOURTH Continued from page A1 “We’re proud of the fact that the parade is 100 percent noncommercial, non-political,” Wade said. “You’re not going to see anybody campaigning for or against any issues. July Fourth is a day that we should all come together and feel unified as a community.” One float in particular that is designed to bring people together will commemorate the 40th anniversary of progressive education in Upper Arlington. “That is a combination of teachers from that program, current students, former students and parents, tying together a couple of different schools,” Wade said. “That’s a neat effort that’s sort of unique this year.” The parade will once again feature marching bands from around central Ohio. “We have a lot of good music,” Wade said. “The Ohio Alumni Marching Band is returning this

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LANE year. We have the Grove City Marching Band, after being away for two years.” Float entries will be judged and 10 awards will be handed out: overall Best of Parade; Most Representative; Most Patriotic; Best Design and Craftsmanship; Most Entertaining; Best Class Reunion; Best Youth Group; Best Service Group; Best First-time Entry; Best Neighborhood. “We’re excited that the Kingsdale Shopping Center, where we stage the parade, is largely put back together after a lot of construction last year,” Wade said. “It’s going to be much easier to stage the parade and arrange all the parade entries before it starts.” After the morning’s parade festivities, the annual Party in the Park will begin at 5 p.m. in Northam Park. The UAHS band boosters will sell beverages; food vendors include Donato’s, Dave’s Dogs & More and Graeter’s Ice Cream. Local band Shucking Bubba will provide entertainment.

“They’re a cover band,” Andy Weeks said. “They play popular music that appeals to all ages.” Before the fireworks begin at 10 p.m., Party in the Park goers can check out a new attraction. “We’re going to have the Nationwide Insurance NASCAR car that will be on display in the parking lot of the library,”Andy Weeks said. While the UACA’s celebration has traditionally been a focal point of local residents’ Fourth of July plans, organizers anticipate increased participation since the holiday falls on a Monday, Carolyn Weeks said. “Any time it would fall in the middle of the week, you get less participation, especially from the class reunions,” she said. “Absolutely it helps having the threeday weekend.” For more information about UACA’s Fourth of July activities, call (614) 305-5136 or visit www.uaca.org. www.ThisWeekNews.com

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STUDY Continued from page A1 looking at what that vision was, and determining which assumptions were correct or incorrect based on today’s reality, a judgment will be made on what actions should be taken to implement the resulting vision. “Ten years ago, the assumption was the Lane Avenue Shopping Center would be torn down and redeveloped differently, including a parking structure,” Sechler said. “But that never happened. Market forces are now driving development on the north side of the street instead.” Sechler said that ultimately the success of the Wine Bistro and Arlington Commons brought to light a land use problem that has been just under the surface since the Master Plan was developed, due to the lack of a parking structure. At the public forum, he highlighted what AECOM believes are the key issues to allow both the residential and the commercial to be successful and coexist: • Three cars per 1,000 square feet of development is inadequate without an additional shared parking solution. • The 48-foot maximum height isn’t tall enough for a four story building based on how the plan is written. • The floor area ratio, as written, requires a parking structure for even the most basic of buildings. • A 10-foot buffer between residential property lines and the hardscape of a redevelopment is not enough for these successful businesses. • One-acre minimum lot size forces developers

to bundle together lots, which is good, but cost-prohibitive. City economic development director Matt Shad said that the one-acre lot assemblies on Lane Avenue are costing developers $1 million and up, but that the standard office development in central Ohio builds on land purchased for $250,000. According to Shad, the current market for the land on Lane Avenue is retail and restaurants, based on the real estate and parking factors. “We’ve talked in small sessions with over 75 people, commercial owners and residents, including people from every one of the side streets, and we’ve had these public forums,” Sechler said. “I think the city at large wants these kinds of amenities. There is also an economic reality that the city cannot afford to just let commercial property go fallow.” AECOM is scheduled to review the study results and feedback from the June 21 and 23 public meetings during the next month before bringing its plan to the city later in the summer. “We don’t have a magic bullet, but there is a series of strategies and policies which are sensitive to the needs and issues of neighbors, both residential and commercial,” Sechler said. “I think these are all good problems to have. Upper Arlington is a community of choice and these problems are indicative of that. The city is responding to internal and external pressures right now. “When I was growing up here, the outside pressures were very different. Hilliard was still all farmland and something like the Grandview Yard wasn’t even conceivable.”

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bus was deeply distrustful of fireworks in 1911. For most of the previous generation, fireworks and ordnance had been available to anybody with the money to buy them. In the years after the Civil War, it was not uncommon for a militia company to fire a salute of rifle and cannon fire on the Fourth — with live ammunition. Workers at factories often set off a quarter keg of black powder, making sure to duck to avoid flying pieces of wood. And children had all sorts of fun setting off all sorts of fireworks — and blowing off all sorts of fingers, toes and facial features in the process. By the turn of the century, many people had come to believe that enough was enough. Spearheaded by the formidable lobbying power of the Daughters of the American Revolution, many cities began to try to celebrate what had come to be called a “Safe and Sane” Fourth of July. A safe and sane Fourth was one in which the only fireworks were set off by professionals. 1910 was the first year for a “Safe and Sane” Fourth in the city, and all in all, it went pretty well; 1911 was even better. In retrospect, some people argued that the young people of Columbus were finally coming to their senses and had learned not blow themselves up. Others simply concluded that it was so incredibly hot that no one had any energy to be mischievous. The real reason was probably somewhere in between. While the safety record of the city with fireworks for July 4 was admirable, a large number of people were out and about, even in the awful heat. Olentangy Park,

the largest amusement park in the city, was located along the Olentangy River, north of the Ohio State University campus. On the Fourth of July, admission was free. For most of the day, the place was packed. And at night, many people stayed for fireworks. Other people spent the day at the Glen Echo Ravine, where the Glen Echo Improvement Association hosted a day of activities and fireworks at night. Others went to a neighborhood celebration hosted by the residents of Ninth Avenue, west of Neil Avenue in the OSU area. But for people living in and near the downtown, the place to be was Statehouse Square. At 2:30 in the afternoon and again 8:30 in the evening, the Battalion Band from Columbus Barracks (later known as Fort Hayes) entertained the public with a concert on the Square. Many people, as they still do today, simply celebrated Independence Day at home. To make the day a little more special, dinner was often served on the porches of the houses or lawns nearby. And after an evening repast, what some would remember more than the fireworks — or the lack thereof — was the large dish of peach ice cream that was served for dessert. Produced in bulk by the Busy Bee restaurant and café in downtown Columbus, the seasonal treat was a “blending of fine ripe Georgia peaches with rich Jersey cream. A quart delivered to your home for the Fourth of July, 50 cents.” It was a pleasant end to warm and memorable day. Ed Lentz writes a history column for ThisWeek.

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Humans to trade spaces with animals at CHA shelter Several staff members and volunteers at the CHA Animal Shelter will spend 24 hours living in dog kennels and the cat room, starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 9. The shelter is located at 3765 Corporate Drive. The new “residents” will eat when the animals eat, get time out of the kennel during walking and play groups and will share their space with a longterm animal. “In addition to spotlighting the shelter’s longterm animals, staff and volunteers hope their experience will allow them to brainstorm on additional enrichment activities for the shelter animals,” according to CHA Animal Shelter development director Terri Montigny. “The mental well-being of shelter animals is just as important as their physical well-being, which is the reason we started the enrichment program in 2008,” shelter director Stephanie Wimbish said in a statement. Wimbish will be one of the staff members spending time in “lock up.” The shelter will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on July 9, allowing people to come in and speak with the staff members and volunteers about their experience and learn more about the animal they are co-

habiting with. Special adoption fees will apply from July 9 through July 16to animals that have been in the shelter for 90 days or longer. Adopting a long-term dog will cost $25 and long-term cats will cost $5. The human residents will get to go “home” if their long-term resident gets adopted that day. The finale of the adoption special will be Picnic with the Pups from 4 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 16. This is CHA’s summer gathering at the shelter, where all dogs will have a special adoption fee of $25 and all cats $5. “Last year at Picnic with the Pups, we had 29 adoptions, which was an amazing day for us,” Wimbish said. “We hope to duplicate our adoption efforts with this promotion and get many animals in their forever homes.” The shelter will be open for adoptions from 1 to 8 p.m. on July 16. Donations made in the shelter the week of July 9-16 will be earmarked for the enrichment fund, which is used to purchase special toys and enrichment activities for the animals in the shelter. For more information about adoptable animals in the shelter, how to donate or volunteer, or Picnic with the Pups, visit www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.

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Work on Cambridge to start next week

Tomson to serve as vicar at St. Andrew

Work to replace the Cambridge Boulevard bridge, located between Riverside Drive and Oxford Road, is expected to begin the week of July 5 and last about two months, weather permitting, according to a news release from the city of Upper Arlington. Electronic message boards will be used in advance of the project’s start date. As a result of the project, the section of Cambridge Boulevard between Riverside Drive and Oxford Road will be closed to through traffic, with signs posted to that effect. The recommended detours are as follows: • From the Trabue/Riverside/Cambridge intersection — motorists will be detoured south to Waltham Road, then east on Waltham back to Cambridge. • Traveling northbound on Cambridge — motorists will be detoured west on Waltham, then

The Rev. Tyron Tomson will begin serving as parochial vicar at St. And r e w Church on July 12. He is a Columbus Rev. Tyron native and Tomson a graduate of St. Charles Preparatory High School. Tomson earned a bachelor’s degree in classics and philosophy (summa cum laude) and a master of divinity degree from the Pontifical College Josephinum. He was ordained to the Catholic priesthood at St. Joseph Cathedral in May.

north on Riverside Drive. • On Cambridge east of the bridge — motorists will be detoured south on Cambridge to Waltham. • Residents and businesses in the area to the west of the bridge will have “local traffic only” access from Riverside Drive. The existing bridge was built in 1914 and widened in 1950. A 2009 load rating indicated the bridge only met 55 percent of the Ohio Legal Load requirements, so it was programmed for replacement to ensure it meets all safety requirements. Because of several road construction projects under way in the south part of the city, residents are encouraged to stay informed. Residents may sign up for email updates on various projects at the city’s website, www.uaoh.net, or follow the city on Facebook (The City of Upper Arlington) or Twitter (@CityofUA). They may also call the Engineering Division at 583-5360.

Coming up To add, remove or update a list- month at Meadow Park Church, ing, email editorial@thisweek- 2425 Bethel Road. MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolnews.com. ers) and Moppets (children newborn through kindergarten), 9-11 Events a.m. the first and third Tuesdays Art Exhibit, through July at of the month at Upper Arlington First Community Church, 1320 Lutheran Church. Contact ChrisCambridge Blvd. Featuring oil on tine@mcwherter.com or 921canvas by Tengo and Giorgi. 9907. Lions Tri-Village Noon Club, Classes and noon the first Tuesday of the month at the Winking Lizard, 1380 Workshops Bethel Road. Call Scott StevenAARP WorkSearch, designed son at (614) 451-6313. for job seekers ages 55 and older, Central Ohioans for Peace, 7 attempts to pair seniors to work p.m. Mondays, at the Columbus positions in their neighborhoods. Mennonite Church, 35 Oakland Age, income and residency rePark Ave. Visit www.centraloquirements apply to earn assistance. Call (614) 258-7295 for more information.

hioansforpeace.org or call 4363531. North Outerbelt Amspirit, 11:45 a.m. Thursdays at the Winking Lizard, 1380 Bethel Road. Call Brian Schiff at 761-9242 or email bschiff@thefitnessedge.cc. MOMS Club of Columbus/Upper Arlington/Worthington, 10 a.m. the second Wednesday of the month at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2480 W. Dublin-Granville Road. Call Amy at 459-4877 or Kate at 457-9602. Inventors Network meets to discuss the invention process at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of the month at TechColumbus, 1275 Kinnear Road. The meeting fee

is $5 per meeting for non-members and $36 per year for members. Call 470-0144 or visit www.inventorscolumbus.com. New Neighbors League of Columbus, luncheon the second Tuesday of each month, get-acquainted coffee the third Wednesday. Visit www.newneighborscolumbus.com for meeting times and locations. For information on becoming a member, email nnlcolumbus@yahoo.com. Power Lunch Columbus, a weekly workplace lunch-hour ministry, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Wednesdays, at the Ohio Theatre. Free. Call Kimberly Montgomery at (614) 206-7962.

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City news

Council agendas

Holiday will close city offices, delay pick-up

UPPER ARLINGTON CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE SESSION TENTATIVE AGENDA TUESDAY, JULY 5, 7:30 P.M. LOWER LEVEL CONFERENCE ROOM MUNICIPAL SERVICES CENTER, 3600 TREMONT ROAD REPORTS/PRESENTATIONS/DISCUSSION ITEMS 1. City Manager’s Update ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 2. Proposed Legislation – To Accept the Amelita Mirolo Barn from the Upper Arlington Foundation 3. Proposed Legislation – To Amend C.O. Section 138.01 – Definitions and to Amend C.O. Chapter 138 by Adding New Section C.O. 138.23 – Local Preference to Establish a Local Preference Credit, Relative to the Administrative Code 4. Proposed Legislation – To Authorize the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement with Franklin County Board of County Commissioners to participate in the Community Development Block Grant Program 5. Adjournment

Meeting of the City Council for Tuesday, July 5, 2011, at 7:00 p.m., in the Lower Level Conference Room of the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road. This Special Council Meeting has been called for the purpose of considering the following: 1. Roll Call 2. Executive Session – Personnel Matters as it relates to the appointment of a public employee (a) Motion to go into Executive Session for the purposes of discussing Personnel Matters as it relates to the appointment of a public employee (b)Vote to go into Executive Session for the purposes of discussing Personnel Matters as it relates to the appointment of a public employee (by roll call vote) 3. Motion to Convene into Regular Session (a) Motion to convene into Regular Session (b) Vote to convene into Regular Session 4. Adjournment THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND ALL CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS Check out the city’s “News, Meetings & Events” section of its web site, at www.uaoh.net for meeting agendas and sumUPPER ARLINGTON CITY COUNCIL maries. Due to early newspaper publication, the above is a tenSPECIAL MEETING AGENDA tative agenda only. For complete information, call the office TUESDAY, JULY 5, 7 P.M. of the city clerk, 583-5030, after noon Friday. Upon request to 3600 TREMONT ROAD the city clerk’s office, special accommodations for people with LOWER LEVEL CONFERENCE ROOM will be arranged for any city meetings open to the public. ReIn accordance with Section XI of the Charter of the City of quests for special accommodations should be submitted at least Upper Arlington, President Frank Ciotola has called a Special 72 hours in advance.

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Behavioral Healthcare Partners of Central Ohio, Inc., a dynamic not-forprofit organization serv ing clients in multiple Counties, but primarily Knox and Licking County BHPCO is searching for an

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Outpatient Therapist to work in an intensive behavioral health pro gram for youth with se vere emotional disabili ties. The therapist will conduct assessments and develop individual ized plans that identify strengths of youth while teaching specific skills that are used to improve social/emotional/behavio ral functioning. The per son in this position will team with parents, provid ers, teachers, schools and the community serv ice providers to address the needs of youth en gaged in the program. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a Partial Hospitaliza tion or Day Treatment program. A minimum of five (5) years experience working with youth with severe emotional and be havioral issues is re quired. Must have a Mas ters degree and either LISW, LPCC, LPC or LSW. Must be comforta ble working in an ex tremely dynamic environ ment, be able to make quick decisions and have good de-escalation skills. All positions require ba sic computer and typing skills. Please submit cover let ter and resume by Friday, June 29, 2011 to: Robin Lupher, Vice Presi dent Human Resources Behavioral Healthcare Partners of Central Ohio, Inc. P.O. Box 4670 Newark, OH 43058-4670 recruitment@ bhcpartners.org

ENGAGE Healthcare Business Services provides billing services to physicians and we are looking for a billing specialists with at least one year of experience in physician billing. Send resume to HR-BS, 4619 Kenny Rd., Columbus, OH 43220, or email employment@ engagehbs.com

Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center, Columbus OH is seeking talented RNs for the following positions: PATIENT SAFETY COORDINATOR: Provides expertise in patient safety practices for patient care, systems processes, improves outcomes on a clinic level. Assists the Infection Control Preventionist in identifying and reducing cross transmission of infection by identifying risks and implementing effective infection control measures. Prefer at least 2 years of patient safety experience and a Master’s Degree in Nursing or any related field. UTILIZATION REVIEW NURSE MANAGER: Provides administrative oversight of the UR Care Services to include: Appropriateness of hospital admissions, collaborating with discharge planners pertaining to discharge needs, collects, analyzes and interprets clinical information relating to reimbursement activities; Must have at least 2-3 years of UR/Discharge Planning experience. Prefer to have a Master’s Degree in Nursing or any related field.

HOME-BASED PRIMARY CARE Provides initial and ongoing assessment of Billing Analysts patients to identifies medical issues, care goals, Multi-specialty physician practice has several posi - and appropriate resources tions open in the billing de - necessa ry for care management in a partment to handle all as home-based setting; collaborates with pects of the billing and patient and care providers in any and all follow-up including patient settings. Government vehicle provided inquiries, scheduling, during visits; visits involve a 60-mile charge entry, insurance radius from VA Columbus facility. follow-up, payment post CHIEF SPD/NURSE ing, collections, etc. Famil MANAGER OF iarity w/ processing of sur STERILE, gery charges, including PROCESSING AND coding, charge entry, etc. DECONTAMINATION: Experience w/Athena Prac for all aspects of SPD tice Management system a Responsible operations, direct supervisory of SPD staff, plus. Must be dependable, supervises quality control program, able to multi-task and have compliance with regulatory control standards. Prefer 2 years OR RN excellent organizational, experience. communication, and All of the positions are Full-Time and M-F follow-up skills. Please e8:00-4:30pm. NO HOLIDAY WORK! NO mail resume with salary WEEKEND WORK! NO ON-CALL WORK! history/requirements to: Send resumes to Nurse Recruiter by fax: hrmedoffice@aol.com BHPCO is an EOE/ADA compliant organization.

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FT - PT & Contiengent position available. Monday through Friday, Days. No wkends or Holidays. Minimum of one-year recent relevant experience. Excellent benefit package, profit sharing and great working environment. Interested candidates can apply in person or mail/fax a resume with salary req. to: Taylor Station Surgery Center 275 Taylor Station Rd Columbus, OH 43213 Billing Analysts Attn: Julie Bernard, Multi-specialty physician Director practice has several posi Phone 614-751-4466 tions open in the billing de Fax: 614-751-4474 partment to handle all as Email: pects of the billing and Jbernard@mchs.com follow-up including patient inquiries, scheduling, charge entry, insurance follow-up, payment post ing, collections, etc. Famil iarity w/ processing of sur gery charges, including coding, charge entry, etc. Experience w/Athena Prac tice Management system a Read the plus. Must be dependable, able to multi-task and have excellent organizational, on ThisWeekNews.com communication, and and join ThisWeek arts, follow-up skills. Please edining and entertainment mail resume with salary history/requirements to: reporters for their take on hrmedoffice@aol.com central Ohio.

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Health Care Solutions a leading regional respiratory company has an immediate opening for a Customer Service Representative in our Columbus center. Must be highly motivated, energetic, outgoing, and attentive. Phone skills that provide warm customer interactions a must. Maintain patient files, process doctor’s orders, manage computer data and filing. Growth opportunities are excellent. Drug-free workplace. EOE Please mail or fax your resume to: Health Care Solutions 4607 Northwest Parkway Hilliard, OH 43026 Fax: 614-529-0748

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The Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio is the only academic medical center in Central Ohio and ranked as one of "America’s Best Hospitals" by U.S. News and World Report for 18 consecutive years. We have also been chosen, four years in a row, as one of Columbus’ Best Places to Work. We provide world-class opportunities to make a difference and improve people’s lives This Clinical Coordinator is through personalized responsible for promoting health care. and restoring patients health by developing day- The Ohio State University to-day management and Medical Center’s Nisonger long-term planning of the Center is seeking a qualipatient care area; directing fied Dental Assistant. Reand developing staff; sponsibilities: provide adcollaborating with physi- vanced chair side procecians and multidisciplinary dures in four handed denprofessional staffs; provid- tal treatment in a dental ing physical and psycho- program that serves adults logical support for patients, and children with developfriends and families. mental disabilities in the Nisonger Center Dental Qualifications: Program; performs chair * Registered Nurse side procedures; provides * Current licensure in the assistance to the dentist, State of Ohio dental residents and stu* Geriatric nursing dents; provides indirect pabackground tient treatment; maintains * Strong leadership skills inventory of supplies and * Excellent technical, materials; maintains equipassessment and ment; performs general documentation skills clerical and outreach * Excellent customer tasks. service,communication and interpersonal skills Requirements: 3 months * PC Literate experience (3 courses) in dental office practices and Apply to: procedures; 3 months exhr@ perience (3 courses) in macintoshcompany.com, dental operatory practices fax to 614-345-0531 and procedures; 3 months experience (3 courses) in assisting techCorporate Billing four-handed niques; 3 months experience (3 courses) in invenSpecialist tory record-keeping; 3 Corporate office of a multi- months experience (300 state long-term care com - hrs. training) in care of dental equipment; 1 month pany has opening for a Corporate Billing Special - experiences (100 hrs. training) in typing and/or operist. Ideal candidate will possess 5+ years experi - ating word processing; or equivalent. Minimum 2 ence in HMO, Insurance, Medicare, Private Pay and years dental assistant exMedicaid billing and collec - perience desired. MUST tion for skilled nursing fa - PASS HEALTH STANDARDS AND REQUIRE cilities. Knowledge of electronic claims submis - MENTS PRESCRIBED BY LAW PRIOR TO APPOINTsion and HMO/Insurance and Medicare screening el - MENT (e.g., hepatitis, vaccination series, and TB igibility and verification. test). Positions performing Consolidated Billing and Enteral Part Billing knowl - radiography must be registered with the Ohio Dental edge and experience is a Board as a Dental Assisplus. The candidate must tant Radiographer. Qualibe detail oriented with the fied candidates may be ability to multi-task while maintaining a high level of asked to complete a precustomer service. Bache - employment physical inlors Degree in Accounting cluding a drug screen and or Business Administration background check. preferred but not required and some overnight travel. We offer great pay, outWe offer an excellent sal - standing benefits, state retirement options, free OSU ary and benefit package, including 401(k), medical, tuition and access to the dental, life, vision and long cultural and sporting resources of one of the counand short-term disability. try’s largest universities. Please submit resume to Corporate Billing Specialist Qualified applicants should via fax 614-794-8826 or apply online at www.medic email Corpalcenter.osu.edu./jobs and emp@laurelhealth.com. search for job ID #356909 (enter the number as a keyword). Customer Service

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DENTIST Immediate position available. FT or PT. Call Janet: (614)258-3880 Diabetes Liaison Clinically educated indiv. needed for diabetes education department of large primary care physician group in Columbus. Duties include data collection, contacting patients to schedule for education classes, scan patient records, and other clerical duties as needed. Part time/24 hrs a week, hourly wage low teens. Exp. in medical office esp. with a focus on diabetes beneficial. Position offers health, vision, dental and retirement benefits, located High St. in Clintonville. Nonsmoking env. Preemployment drug screen required. Qualified candidates email resumes to hrassist@copcp.com

ECHO/VASCULAR TECH Fast paced Cardiology practice seeking technologist with both echo & vascular exp. Must be RDCS and preferably RVT or at least eligible. Considering both full & part time candidates. Please forward resume to jskinner@ cardiologyinc.com

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Command Alkon, a global leader in integrated technology solutions to the constructions materials industry, is hiring the following roles for a new team dedicated to development of a next generation SOA platform. • Software Development - .NET, Delphi, Web • Quality Assurance • Technical Writing Product development methodology uses a team-based, Agile methodology where every member can contribute and lead. 10% Domestic and International Travel. BS required. Bilingual a plus. Command Alkon strives to be an employer of choice and offers a comprehensive benefit package. Submit resume to

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Medical Director / Chief Medical Officer Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, a progressive organization and one of the largest single-line insurance organizations in the world, is seeking a Medical Director. The position will be responsible for ensuring appropriate medical treatments and reimbursements related to workers’ compensation claims, appropriateness of care and quality of services, and providing state-of-the-art quality, cost-effective healthcare to injured workers. The selected candidate will also be responsible for vendor service requirements, standards and performance measures in addition to oversight of the Disability Evaluator Panel medical standards, credentialing and policies governing the panel. The salary range for this position is commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will possess demonstrated and documented experience in medical policy development and implementation, management and strategic planning, leadership and supervision, and skill in the operation of personal computer. Interested applicants should apply on-line at the State of Ohio Job Website: http://careers.ohio.gov/

Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation PN 20068597

Dermatology Practice affiliated with the Ohio State University Medical Center has immediate openings for 1 FT or 2 PT Patient Services Associates at our main Dermatology office in Gahanna. Positions will perform check in/out, scheduling and medical records. Work schedule will require some travel to several satellite offices and rotating Saturdays. Experience with electronic medical records and dermatolo gy experience preferred. Excellent benefits including paid time off, health insurance and pension plan. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume with Ref # 6123 via e-mail to jobs_osuim@osumc.edu

Hospital and Health Services Instructor Are you looking for a new and exciting career? A growing career college is looking for a Hospital and Health Services Instructor. Must have 3 years experi ence in the medical field. Part time positions must be available on Saturdays. Teaching experience is not required in fact we offer paid training. Call Carlton at 877-875-9085 or e-mail your resume to CarltonC@heritageeducation.com

HYGIENIST FT. New grads welcome. Monday-Thurs. No eves or weekends. Call Vicky at 614-878-2273. Medical Assistant PT position, weekdays. Progressive Pain Manage ment practice looking for an MA with 2 yrs clinical exp., computer and EMR skills preferred, billing and coding exp. a plus. Good oral and written communi cator with attention to de tail a must. Resumes: ipsb usinessrep@gmail.com Medical Assistant Westerville office seeks FT MA with OBGYN exp. GXMO certification a plus. Serious candidates only. Resume to feimdobgyn@aol.com

Human Resources - Personnel Department 30 W. Spring Street, 28th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215 This position is unclassified pursuant to ORC 124.11. A background check and urinalysis to test for illegal drug use is required prior to appointment.

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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED A CAREER IN SURGERY? JOIN THE TEAM AT MOUNT CARMEL. Committed to excellence, Our people make the difference. Serving more than a half million patients each year, Mount Carmel is the second-largest healthcare system in central Ohio. Our more than 8,000 employees and 1,500 physicians utilize state-of-the-art facilities, advanced technologies and the latest procedures to accomplish our mission of healing patients’ minds, bodies and spirits, and improving the health of the communities we serve. Mount Carmel offers surgical services for a variety of diseases and complex conditions. With fully equipped operating rooms and up-to-date technologies, our hospitals and staffs can accommodate the most complex surgical procedures. We are offering exciting opportunities for career growth in Surgical Care Services.

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Surgery RNs Opportunities available at: • Mount Carmel St. Ann’s – Expanding Surgical Services • Mount Carmel West As an RN in our faith-based organization, your role in the OR helps create a caring and healing environment that keeps the patient and family at the center of care through their surgical care experience. Must have an Ohio RN License. Mount Carmel offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Mount Carmel is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.

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Motivated medical biller Closely held company needed asap! Must have 2 which oversees the opera yrs. exp. in medical billing, tions of several large busi know ICD-9 codes, mediness lines, is seeking an cal terminology and be de- experienced Accountant. tail oriented. Proficiency in The position involves fi MS Word and Excel re- nancial reporting and anal quired. Call 841-2500 for ysis, internal controls, and details. various tax compliance du ties and reports directly to MEDICAL the President. The candi date must have a Bache OFFICE lor’s degree in Accounting, SUPERVISOR with a minimum 10 years experience. Proficiency in Busy specialty practice has Quicken software is re a full time Office Supervi quired; CPA and Timber sor position. Seeking a line software experience a professional & dedicated plus. Compensation is individual. Position re quires good communica - commensurate with experi tion skills, ability to resolve ence; broad package of in surance benefits and problems, be flexible, & 401(k). Email resume to possess strong accountant@cjmahan.com leadership/supervisory EOE. skills. Duties involve han -

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FT/PT Yard & Spotter Positions Available Dist-Trans Co is seeking yard & spotter drivers for multiple locations in Columbus. Qualified candidate will have 2+ years experience as CDL Class A driver.

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Send resume to riverconsulting.com Reynoldsburg area, on bus May work 1st, 2nd, 3rd Nicole at: River Consulting is an line needs Teachers, shifts, nmm1007trg@yahoo.com EOE. Floaters & Subs. Retired weekdays/weekends. Ap OPTICIAN teachers, nurses & other plications accepted at: Automotive F&I Trainer & Busy ophthalmology professionals encouraged NCMHS, 1301 N. High St Business Development practice in Westerville is to apply. Competitive pay Columbus, OH 43215; Manager looking for a PT optician. & benefits. Send resume & email: Candidate should be cover letter to Director, PO hr@ncmhs.org or Central Ohio’s leading pro energetic and havegood BOX 547 Brice, OH 43109. faxed to 614-298-2227 vider of F&I products and people skills. Experience CHILDCARE EOE training support preferred but will train right TEACHERS - F/T is looking for: candidate. 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As the largest state pension fund, Ohio Public Employees Retirement System serves more than 175,000 retirees and beneficiaries nationwide. Make a difference in the lives of those who have devoted their careers to Ohio. We currently seek a:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FINANCIAL REPORTING Candidate is responsible for the activities of the Financial Reporting department, including the Financial Accounting, Financial Analysis, and Financial Services units. Key financial functions include coordination and preparation of the retirement systems’ Annual Capital and Administrative Budgets, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Cost Effective Measurement Surveys, and Actuarial Valuation Schedules, as well as maintenance and implementation of financial accounting and reporting systems. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in business with accounting major; Masters of Business Administration preferred; CPA; minimum of 10 years experience in accounting field with 7 years experience in managing accounting and budgeting functions; familiarity with all GASB Statements and Pronouncements which are relevant to public pension systems; background in financial systems desired. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. To apply, please forward resumes and salary requirements to: jobs@opers.org. A full job description can be viewed at www.opers.org. OPERS is strongly committed to diversity in the workplace. EOE

Real Estate Lending Manager The Real Estate Lending Manager position is responsible for creating and delivering a full slate of high quality and competitive real estate loan products, ensuring that we meet and exceed all sales and revenue targets. This position is accountable for attaining origination, growth, revenue, retention and profitability goals, and for establishing and implementing marketing strategies relating to real estate lending. The Real Estate Lending Manager will also recruit, select, develop and retain staff to build a top notch, high performing team. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in business or equivalent experience (MBA a plus) and five to ten years of proven experience in mortgage lending by leading, managing, motivating and retaining a sales team and growing a business in different economic cycles while consistently achieving sales targets. Expert knowledge required on mortgage products, U.S. mortgage industry and Ohio laws and regulations, Fannie, Freddie and FHA and Calyx origination software. If you want to put your experience to work for a company that values people and the opportunity to enhance the lives of those we serve, please apply today by completing the online employment application on our Careers page at www.kemba.org. KEMBA offers competitive pay, an excellent benefits package, incentives and much more Pre-employment background check required. Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/D/V HELP WANTED GENERAL

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A Place to Grow Join a national leader in construction, renovation and repair projects to see how far your talents can take you. Central NICCjv is hiring for multiple positions at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH.

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Office Manager A great place to work; we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a variety of interesting and unique projects and opportunities for continuing education and career advancement. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Visit www.cce-inc.com/careers to apply online.

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Wright State University The Consumer Advocacy Model (CAM) Program is seeking a counselor to provide services to individuals in an outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment center located in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Viable candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Master’s preferred, and be licensed as a Social Worker or Professional Counselor, independent license preferred. Successful candidates will have a minimum of one year experience providing mental health and substance abuse treatment services. Experience with children, adolescents, and families are preferred. Experience with individuals with developmental disabilities also preferred. Responsibilities of this position include providing direct assessment and counseling services, developing and implementing individualized treatment plans, participating in Clinical Team meetings/supervision, and timely documentation of all clinical activities. Salary will be commensurate with licensure status. These are special contract positions. To apply, go to: http://jobs.wright.edu/po stings/3750 by July 6, 2011 for first consideration. An EO/AA employer.

Patrol Officer The City of Athens is now accepting applications for patrol officer, to establish an eligibility list. The starting pay is $20.33 per hour, plus shift differential and education incentives. Extensive testing process including physical abilities test, complete background investigation, post-offer medical, psychological and polygraph exams are required. Preference may be given to applicants who have a current OPOTA certification and/or college degree in police science, criminal justice, psychology, sociology, public administration or business administration. Excellent driving record is mandatory. Interested applicants may obtain an application packet at the Mayor’s Office, City Bldg., 8 E. Washington St., Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. General inquiries may be sent to the Personnel Director via e-mail: creagan@ci.athens.oh.u s. Completed applications must be received in the Mayor’s Office by 4;00 pm, Friday, July 15, 2011. The City reserves the right to recruit additional applicants if an insufficient number are received. The City of Athens encourages applications from women and minorities. EEO/ADA

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Physics Full-time Lecturer The Ohio State University Newark is seeking applications for a Full-time Lecturer of Physics for Autumn Quarter 2011. Requirements: Master’s degree in physics or related field required. PhD. preferred. Significant, documented college teaching experience strongly preferred. For a complete position description and application instructions please visit ww w.jobsatosu.com and search by requisition number 357983. Application deadline: 07/10/2011. To build a diverse workforce Ohio State encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women. EEO/AA employer.

Production Associates AY Manufacturing, Ltd., an automotive sunroof assembler, is searching for first and second shift Production Associates at our Westside Columbus Ohio facility. You must be able to stand 8 to 10 hour shifts, perform repetitive tasks (bending, lifting, twisting, pulling, reaching), and understand and comprehend written and verbal English work instructions. You are expected to work safely while providing quality work in a fast pace environment. You must have a high school diploma or GED and an excellent work and attendance record to be considered. No third party resumes or requests. Qualified candidates may send resume (Word Format), with salary expectations (must include for consideration) to: AY Manufacturing, Ltd. Attn: HR 5200 Crosswind Drive Columbus, OH 43228 Fax: 614-870-4005 E-mail: careers@aymfg.com EOE

Add is looking for a parttime Teacher’s Aide for its Dahlberg Learning Center. Hours are M-F 3 hours/day. Must be pas sionate about working with young children supported by Add. College degree preferred. High School diploma/GED required. Ex perience in a classroom setting required. Experi ence working with children with developmental disabil ities preferred. Please ap ply online at www.addohio. org

YARD JOCKEY Vitran Express, Inc. LTL reg. trucking has open ing for full time Yard Jockey. Start rate based on experience. F/T includes: ∂Blue Cross / Blue Shield medical benefits ∂Fully Paid life/long term disability ∂401(k) Paid holidays, vacations, and personal day. Applications accepted 6/27/11-7/1/11 7:00am6:00pm Apply in person to: Vitran Express, Inc. 5075 Krieger Ct. Columbus, OH 43228 E.O.E.

HELP WANTED WAREHOUSE/ MANUFACTURING FREIGHT HANDLERS PLS is looking for Freight Handlers at our ware house in Lockbourne, OH. May require heavy lifting. Good pay/benefits. Apply on line at www.plsunload.co m. Must pass criminal background check. Drug Free Workplace. EOE.

PRODUCTION PPG Industries has a fulltime opening for a Production employee at its Circleville Resins Manufac turing Plant. Candidates must be able to work rotating shifts and overtime. PPG Industries offers a starting salary of $13.50 per hour along with benefits. To apply, you must log on to

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Program Coordinator of ornamental horticulture ALL CANDIDATES MUST programs within The Ohio APPLY USING THE State University’s Ohio ABOVE WEB ADDRESS. International Agricultural & Horticultural Intern RESUMES AND PHONE Program (OIAHIP) for CALLS WILL NOT BE Eastern European ACCEPTED. countries and Russia. Columbus, Ohio. Serves Only a limited number of as liaison between on-line applications will be organizations sending accepted. trainees and interns from Eastern European Equal Opportunity countries and Russia and Employer M/F/D/V university departments and other organizations in the Production! United States. Some travel Sorting! to Eastern Europe and Russia. Apply online at: Machinist! www.jobsatosu.com/applic East side company looking ants/Central?quickFind=1 for exp’d workers. Must 97985. EEO\AA Employer. have at least 1 yr. exp., ability to work overtime Security Officer and w/e. Background Unarmed , FT, East Cols. check req’d. Great Pay! 1st shift Fri., Sat., & Sun., Call 759-4779 for details or 2nd shift Mon., and Tue.. visit 1555 Brice Rd. w/ 2 Starting wage is $9.00 per forms of ID M-F 9am – hour. Paid training @ noon. $7.50 per hour. Paid vaca tion and medical benefits available. Duties: work IX IT truck gate, inspect vehi cles, post data accurately, UILD IT walking patrols. Must be at least 21 yrs., H.S. diplo MPROVE IT ma or GED, able to pass drug screening, clean crim inal background, dependa ThisWeek Community ble and professional. Fax Newspapers is your resume to community source. 614-785-7067 or email: carol@bestguards.com

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You must apply at www.huntington.com/careers before attending the job fair. Use IRC121944 in the Keyword section. BRING A COPY OF YOUR RESUME TO THE JOB FAIR! Huntington is looking for high energy and passionate individuals with exceptional sales and customer service skills to take inbound calls, assist customers with account questions, and suggest additional financial products and services!

Required: • 1 year of sales & customer service experience • HS Diploma/GED • Must be able to work weekends/holidays • Call Center experience preferred. Full-Time, 1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts open. Limited availability for 1st shift. Shifts are subject to change. Weekends required. Minimum starting pay is $11.00/hr. An E.O.E M/F/D/V

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State Auto seeks Predictive Modelers in Columbus, Ohio to develop and main tain ratemaking and under The Ohio School Boards writing models for personal Association is seeking a and business insurance communication coordina products. Design and test tor whose primary respon - data sources and validate sibilities include contribu the effectiveness of pro ting to association publica posed models through tions and coordinating sample statistical tests. Es website content. The ideal timate rate impacts of pro candidate must have a posed pricing and under strong background in writ - writing models. Work with ing and editing; creating business units to access and maintaining web pa product proposals, rate ges; graphic design and schedules and profitability. photography. Candidates Communicate results in should have a degree in non-technical jargon to var journalism, communica ious business units and tion, public relations or re - levels of management with lated field with a minimum in the company. Requires of 2 years of experience. Master’s degree in Actuari Evening and weekend al Science, Statistics, Math work along with travel re ematics, Finance, Econ or quired. Send resume, related field and 3 yrs of writing samples and sal experience in data model ary expectations to: ing. Alt: Ph.D. in one of the Communication Coordina noted fields of study. tor Search, OSBA, Knowledge in advanced 8050 N High St Ste 100, quantitative analysis con Columbus, OH 43235. cepts that includes ad Application deadline is Ju- vanced statistical analysis, ly 8. Electronic applica multivariate analysis and tions will not be accepted. linear regression analysis EOE as evidenced by graduate coursework or experience. Drug screening required. Dean of Public Send resume to Mark Sulli van, 518 E. Broad St. Co Safety Services lumbus, OH 43215 Under the direct HELP WANTED supervision of the CLERICAL/ Provost, provides SECRETARIAL academic unit leadership in support of learning and learner success. Ambitious Specific duties are: Placement Provides leadership and support to faculty and Coordinator staff assigned to unit; Needed Collaborates to develop, Privately owned staffing implement, and evaluate service seeking a recruiter learning experiences; to start immediately in their builds and nurtures corporate office! Ideal can relationships with other didate will have 5 yrs exp., College units and the superb people skills, ability external community; to multi-task and prioritize Manages resources; and in fast paced environment. Maintains approval and Must be able to work over accreditation of unit time and weekends. Unlim programs. ited earning potential! Call 614-276-2053 for details. Posting Requirements: Master’s degree in a field Bookkeeper within the academic unit We are currently seeking a or in education (Degree Client Service Specialist to must be from a regionally work in our Rea & Associ or nationally accredited ates, Dublin location institution recognized by Responsibilities include: the U.S. Department of ± Will have focus in the Not Education or the Council For Profit Segment clients for Higher Education ± Performing bookkeeping Accreditation or and accounting work equivalent as verified by ± Able to work w/general a member of the national ledgers Association of Credential ± Prepare adjusting entries Evaluation Services Inc); and financial statements A minimum of three ± Working with Microsoft years instructional Office, QuickBooks & experience including GAAP assessment of student ± Day trips to clients & offi academic achievement ces and program evaluation; ± Interact with all levels of Must exhibit strong client personnel in an leadership, interpersonal, intelligent/professional communication, manner. organizational, planning, ± Must possess a strong team building, service oriented approach. budgeting, administrative, and Qualifications outcome, curriculum and and Requirements: course development ± HS diploma or GED skills; Must be proficient ± Bookkeeping & in Microsoft applications basic accounting and have the ability to knowledge is a plus prioritize tasks; Must ± Willing to work flexible demonstrate success in schedule public relations by ± Bright, quick learner, per having both internal and sonable with good commu external partnerships; nication skills Knowledge of employee ± Good organization skills evaluation process, and & ability to demonstrate hiring and employee adaptability orientation procedures; ± Computer & good typing and Strongly prefer skills candidate with previous administrative For consideration, experience. email resume to human.resource@ Send cover letter and reacpa.com resume to: Human Resources Office, OFFICE ASSISTANT Immediate full-time opening for Hocking College, 3301 Administrative Assistant. Applicants Hocking Parkway, must have strong organizational skills Nelsonville, OH 45764. and be able to work unsupervised. Job duties include but are not limited to Deadline to apply is answering phones, greeting visitors, Monday, July 11, 2011, maintaining files, assisting sales staff at 5:00 pm. An Equal with proposal preparation and assisting other departments as Opportunity Employer.

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SUMMER DEALS ARE AS

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During Sign & Drive! Bob, I took your advice and checked out the lease on the New Chrysler 200 at Bob Caldwell... Look what’s in my garage!

at signing! . "  "0

Went great! They were knowledgeble, friendly, and managed to get a 2011 Chrysler 200 for $259 per month on a 39 month lease

Ya, howd it go?

Huh? I got a great deal..... but that’s a better payment than what I got!?!?!?!???!?

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2011 Dodge Avenger Aveng Mainstreet

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MSRP - $21,995 Bob Caldwell Discounts and Rebates - (-$2,500)

$0 DUE

at signing!

Sale Price: $19,445 Buy For: $299/mo*

25 HWY MPG

31 HWY MPG

$0 DUE

at signing!

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Sale Price: $17,335 Buy For: $299/mo*

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax.

**Zero due at Signing - Just add tax.

*All leases based on 39 months, $0 due at signing, plus tax. First payment and lease aquisition fee included. Leases based on 10,000 miles per year, except Chrysler 200 based on 12,000 miles per year. All leases with approved credit. All retail purchases based on 72 mos at 2.99% APR, with approved credit. All discounts may include rebates. All rebates to dealer. All lease payments include Conquest lease bonus cash. See dealer for details. Offers absolutely expires 7/7/11

Ya, well Bob Caldwell said that Chrysler just came out with an even more aggressive lease rate but it expires July 7th

Bring in any competitors ad and we will beat it!

Bob Caldwell

Well that’s great Sandy, maybe you can take that money you saved and take care of that crab grass...

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Wrestling

Weight classes adjusted for next season By FRANK DiRENNA ThisWeek Community Newspapers Some area high school wrestling coaches aren’t pleased with the new guidelines for weight classes but realize their teams will need to adapt. The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) approved the changes during its meeting April 46 in Indianapolis. Tim Stried, director of information services for the Ohio High School Athletic Association, said the changes will

be in effect for the coming season. It is the first significant change in weight classes in 23 years. The lowest weight class, 103 pounds, is being increased to 106, which resulted in new weights in 10 of the 14 classes. The new weight classes are 106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220 and 285. Only 145, 152, 160 and 285 remain unchanged. The previous weight classes were 103, 112, 119, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145, 152, 160, 171, 189, 215 and 285.

“The NFHS has been studying the weight classes in wrestling for several years to determine which weight classes are most appropriate for today’s student-athletes across the country that will result in fewer classes going unfilled,” Stried said. “These new weight classes are the result of countless hours of data analysis by the NFHS, and Ohio will certainly comply with the new weight classes. Like anything, it will take some time for our member schools to be comfortable with the changes, but we can all appreciate that the NFHS is trying

to do the right thing for kids.” Westerville North coach David Grant is concerned that the increase in the lowest weight to 106 will adversely affect lighter competitors. Grant said his 103-pounder last season, Santino DiSabato, weighed between 85 and 90 pounds, but now is moving closer to 106 in preparation for next season. “I don’t like the weight class changes because it hurts the kids that are little,” Grant said. “I have Santino DiSabato, who had a hard time making 103. Now

they take it to 106, so it hurts the younger kids, the freshmen. You’re going to have a lot of kids not able to be competitive at that weight. They’re too young, too little.” Hilliard Davidson coach Dominic DiSabato, Santino’s uncle, is not in favor of the shift in weight classes. “For our program, I’m not a big fan of it,” he said. “We’ll try to get every weight class filled and then wrestle. It will hurt us in duals. Hopefully, we have See WRESTLING, page C3

Commentary

Athletes strive to excel in school Last week, the student-athletes writing in my summer series discussed the importance of balancing their time to prepare for and excel in both the classroom and in competition. This week, the seniorsto-be are focusing on the importance of having a good LARRY academic LARSON record. Austin Cuervo, St. Charles, golf: “In school, if you study and work hard, good grades will come; you can always count on that. In sports, even if you practice hard and play hard, you cannot always play well or perform well just because of the substantial amount of luck it involves. Studying has always got your back, sports do not.” Chase Delande, Hilliard Davidson, football and wrestling: “Academic success really helps in the long run, especially with colleges who love it when you can make an impact both on and off the field.” Morgan Ransom, Columbus Academy, golf: “My goal was always to play Division I golf at a school with strong academics. Coaches definitely look at your grade-point average and standardized test scores, so be prepared.” Jake Blankenship, Gahanna, pole vault: “Grades are very important because they only help you look better as an athlete and as a successful person.” Faith Washington, Reynoldsburg, track: “I always have felt as though someone with a good academic record shows a great amount of potential for strong leadership. In this world, you are either leading your own life or waiting for someone to do it for you. You don’t want that.” Michela Paradiso, Upper Arlington, soccer and basketball: “A strong academic record is important because it allows you to keep your options open for college and beyond. It is also important to remember that sports are just a segment of life and so I strive to be a well-rounded person.” Mary Wells, Westerville Central, bowling: “Colleges look at your whole schooling career, not just one year. You have much better chances being a great student than being a great athlete.” Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, football: “Great academics can open up many doors if you are seeking to play sports at the college level. Even if playing at the next level isn’t your dream, good grades and good test scores are essential for applying to colleges.” Napoleon Bell, Hartley, football and wrestling: “With a good academic record comes

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Upper Arlington resident Omar Ganoom earned the Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge on May 1. Only 40 Ohio residents have earned that honor since 1891.

Pistol Shooting

Ganoom earns distinguished honor By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

It took six years and thousands of rounds of ammunition for Upper Arlington resident Omar Ganoom to earn the Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge. The only person who can strip him of the honor is the Secretary of the Army. “It’s a very prestigious honor, the highest medal you can receive in service pis-

tol competition,” Ganoom said. “You know you’re in elite company once you get it.” According to the Code of Federal Regulations, those who earn the badge may not part with it without the authority of the Secretary of the Army. That stipulation is not applied to any other award, including the Medal of Honor. Since 1891, only 40 Ohio residents have earned the Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge. Ganoom, 55, is the third Colum-

bus-area resident to earn it since 1986. He completed his six-year quest by earning a silver medal in the Fleet Forces West competition on May 1 at Camp Pendleton in California. To earn the badge, a shooter must compile 30 or more points and finish in the silver or gold medal range of at least one competition with 36 or more shooters. Competitors are allowed to enter only three Excellence of Competition match-

es a year, four if they qualify for the national championships. In a typical 100-competitor match, five shooters receive a bronze medal (worth six points toward the Distinguished Pistol Shot Badge), three receive a silver medal (eight points) and two earn a gold medal (10 points). The stipulation of winning a silver or See GANOOM, page C3

Club Soccer

Two area teams win pool play to reach semifinals By AARON BLANKENSHIP ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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Chiara Paradiso, an Upper Arlington resident, of the Ohio Premier Eagles U-16 team controls the

See LARSON, page C3 ball against Kansas City Fusion during a game of the 2011 Midwest Regional Cup. OP won 7-0.

Only two of the nine central Ohio boys and girls soccer teams competing in the Midwest Regional Cup, held June 25-29 in Fox Cities, Wis., won their four-team pool to advance to a semifinal. Four of seven local squads reached a semifinal in 2009 and three of eight area teams made it to a semifinal last year. However, Crew Juniors Under19 boys coach Brian Bliss said the decrease in central Ohio pool-play winners probably was because of bad luck and not a lack of talent or effort. Bliss led the Crew Juniors U-19 boys squad to regional and national titles last year. This year’s Crew Juniors U-19 boys team, which didn’t retain any of last year’s players, went 1-0-2 to finish second in its pool. “There’s some luck involved in being able to win this tournament, and in our case, it ended up being the bad luck of getting a tough draw,” Bliss said. “This team has as much or more talent than we had last year, but we drew into a

Coverage, pgs. C4-C5 tougher group where every game was tough. If we would have drawn into a different group we may have gone on to win this again, but we had to spend a ton of energy in the three games we played here and we didn’t even make it out of our pool. The (blind draw for pool play) is one of the biggest reasons you rarely see a club win this tournament two or three years in a row.” The one local club that did fare well this year was the Ohio Premier Eagles, which advanced two of its four representatives to semifinals. The Ohio Premier Eagles’ four girls teams combined to go 10-2 in pool play. Its U-13 squad went 3-0 to win its pool and its U-16 team advanced on a tiebreaker by beating Eclipse Select of Illinois 1-0 on penalty kicks. In semifinals played June 28, the U-13 team played Eclipse Select and the U-16 team played KCFC Force from Kansas. The finals were held June 29. See OVERVIEW, page C2


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Women’s Basketball

Area players shine for Hidden Gems By JARROD ULREY ThisWeek Community Newspapers

At a glance

Tapre Young could have several options in terms of her basketball career if things continue in the direction they’ve been going this summer. Now in her third season as a captain on the Columbus Hidden Gems semi-professional team, the 2004 Dublin Scioto High School graduate is one of the top outside shooters in the Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League. At 5-foot-11, Young averages more than 15 points and has been shooting better than 50 percent from 3-point range. That combination could make her an attractive possibility for overseas teams looking for players for their seasons, which begin in the fall. “I haven’t played anywhere overseas, but hopefully I will after this season,” Young said. “I really wouldn’t mind playing in Spain, France or anywhere in Europe. I’d even consider Australia. Any time you can get paid for what you do, it’s a good thing.” If Young is unable to land a professional contract, she has an offer to serve as an assistant coach for the Talladega (Ala.) College women’s team. After graduating from Scioto, Young played two seasons for Muskingum and two seasons for Salem International, a Division II school in Salem, W.Va. She then served one season as a student-assistant coach and graduated from Talladega College. Young, who celebrated her 25th birthday June 26, is one of seven players on the Hidden Gems who are central Ohio na-

Below are members of the Columbus Hidden Gems women’s basketball team with area ties: Name High school College Janicia Anderson Africentric Wilberforce Ashleigh Brown Delaware Miami University Sherrie Griffin Mifflin Central State Tina Huff Walnut Ridge Alcorn State Ebony Pegues Brookhaven Massachusetts *Lorrie Poindexter Beechcroft Central State *Tapre Young Dublin Scioto Salem International *Co-captains

tives. “(The Women’s Blue Chip League) is good competition, especially when you get to nationals,” Young said. “I like the fact that you get an opportunity to play and it gives you the opportunity to get looked at overseas. It’s a chance to showcase your talents.” After getting off to a 2-0 start, the Hidden Gems were 3-4 after losing to the Cleveland Crush 84-74 on June 25. On Saturday, July 2, Columbus will play host to the Oakland-Macomb Run from Oakland, Mich., in a Northeast Division game. The Hidden Gems lost to the Run 87-67 on June 5 but won a rematch 97-85 on June 12. The Hidden Gems play their home games at Lazelle Woods Recreation Center in north Columbus near Worthington. The roles of Young and cocaptain Lorrie Poindexter, a 2003 Beechcroft graduate in her second year playing for Columbus, are more extensive than a year ago when former Ohio State player Brandie Hoskins and former Bowling Green player Niki McCoy were among the key players. Jeannie Saunders, who also was a captain a year ago, has been out with an injury but could

return in July. Saunders and 2006 Delaware graduate Ashleigh Brown, who has played limited minutes with the Hidden Gems this season because of other commitments, recently signed extensions to play for a team in Sweden in the fall. Jamika Banks, a Fort Wayne, Ind., native who also was expected to play for Columbus, currently is playing in Australia. Catherine Cain, a Dayton native, has been averaging 19 points and 12 rebounds. Jessica Slack, a Thornville Sheridan graduate, averages 13 points. The other central Ohio natives on the Hidden Gems are 1999 Brookhaven graduate Ebony Pegues, 2001 Mifflin graduate Sherrie Griffin, 2006 Africentric graduate Janicia Anderson and 2003 Walnut Ridge graduate Tina Huff. Columbus has three games remaining in the regular season before competing in the regional tournament in late July in Flint, Mich. The national tournament will be held Aug. 6-7 in Atlanta. Poindexter will begin her third season this winter as the girls basketball coach at Walnut Ridge. “I think everything is going

OVERVIEW Continued from page C1 Regional champions in the U14 through U-19 age groups advanced to the U.S. Youth Soccer Association National Championships on July 27-31 in Phoenix. The Ohio Premier Eagles’ U18 and U-19 teams each went 21 to finish second in their pools. Ohio Premier Eagles U-13 coach Kevin Dougherty was surprised to see his squad outscore its \pool play opponents 12-1. “It’s pretty unusual to win three games here the way we did because all the teams competing here are very good,”

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Tina Huff (left) of the Columbus Hidden Gems shoots over Oakland-Macomb’s Ashley McClarren during a recent WBCBL game. Huff, a Walnut Ridge graduate, is one of seven area players on the roster for the Hidden Gems.

OK,” said Poindexter, who is averaging 14 points and five assists. “We’re a whole new team really and we’ve just got to work together better. We’re better than

the teams that have beaten us. We don’t have any superstars this year. Our team has a whole lot of heart and we just have to keep our team chemistry. By the

Attention realtors! Dougherty said. “The way our U-16 team made it is more typical of this kind of tournament because there isn’t much separating most teams from a win or loss here.” All five local boys teams fell short of qualifying for the semifinals. The Crew Juniors U-19 and Team Ohio F.C. Blast U-18 (1-1-1 in pool play) each finished second in their pools, and the Classics Eagles U-13 (1-11), Team Ohio F.C. Green U-17 (0-1-2) and Team Ohio F.C. Juventus U-16 (1-2) each placed third in their pools. Classics Eagles U-13 boys coach Mike Lentz said most

teams were just a couple favorable bounces or calls away from winning an extra game or two to advance. “There’s a lot of parity at this level,” Lentz said. “Looking at our bracket, three of the four teams could have come out on top on any given weekend. We had an untimely call go against us in our first game and it ended up completely changing our destiny for the tournament. If we would have caught a lucky break or two who knows how far we could have made it.”

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WRESTLING Continued from page C1 a couple bigger kids coming out for the team next year and it won’t hurt us as bad as it could have in the past. We just have to have our wrestlers wrestle the best they can. The other schools are in the same position we are.” Marysville coach Shawn Andrews said his program will adapt to the new guidelines, and he believes the changes actually might help his team next season. Andrews said he expects the lower weights to be a strength of his program. “Looking at it selfishly for a year or two, it helps Marysville specifically because it’s where we have more guys than less guys, but in the broad scope of wrestling, it seems a little odd that they took away a weight class from some of the weight classes that are most

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competitive and then added some at the top,”Andrews said. “It helps some kids from football or some kids who are concerned about losing too much weight between 171 and 189.” According to the NFHS, the last major change in weight classes occurred in 1988, when the lowest class was increased from 98 to 103. The only other changes since then were in 2002, when the number of classes went from 13 to 14 and the 215-pound weight class became mandatory, and in 2006, when the 275-pound class was increased to 285. The NFHS also adopted a rule change involving the figure four hold around the head, which now is illegal. Previously, the figure four was illegal around the body or both legs. “I like the new rule, it will work out,” Grant said. “The figure four

is unfair. It’s a pretty big advantage to have that locked up like that. I don’t like the figure four. ... Two legs against the neck is usually not a good idea.” In another change, the boundary line now is considered inbounds. Previously, a wrestler was out of bounds if he or she was touching any part of the line, which is two inches wide. “I like expanding the mat a little bit and having the line inbounds instead of out of bounds,” coach DiSabato said. “I’m just curious how it’s going to be called because of the size of the gyms. The mats are closer together, but you award the aggressor as much as you can and that tends to help out if the line is inbounds rather than out of bounds.”

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GANOOM Continued from page C1 gold medal keeps many top shooters from winning the badge. “There’s always tremendous pressure to produce in those matches,” Ganoom said. “Many people work very hard to get it but never achieve it in their lifetime.” Each match is comprised of a rapid-fire, a timed-fire and a slowfire round. During the rapid-fire portion, a competitor is 25 yards away from the target and goes through two rounds of firing a five-shot string in a 10-second span at a moving target while holding the pistol in one hand. During the timed-fire round, a shooter goes through two 20-second, 10-shot rounds from the same distance. In the slow-fire round, the shooter is 50 yards away and has 10 minutes to take 10 shots at the target. Ganoom said all three rounds pose their own set of challenges. “The slow-fire stage requires a tremendous amount of accuracy and a great concentration on trigger control,” he said. “The

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U-18 boys settle for 2nd in pool play By AARON BLANKENSHIP ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Team Ohio F.C. Blast Under-18 boys soccer team found itself with a shortened bench in the Midwest Regional Cup in Fox Cities, Wis., after defender Angelo Pagani and midfielder Drew Pang were injured in the first game. Despite the loss of those starters, Team Ohio Blast managed to go 1-0-1 in its first two pool-play games, tying CUP Crew Juniors from Cincinnati at 2 on June 25 and beating the Michigan Wolves 3-0 on June 26. However, it couldn’t overcome the ejection of starting defender Max Rohda less than 20 minutes into its final game of pool play June 27 and lost to the KCFC Rangers from Kansas 1-0. The KCFC Rangers won their four-team pool with a 3-0 record and nine points to advance to a semifinal June 28, while Team Ohio Blast finished second (11-1, 4). “That was a nightmare because we had a player sent off the field for a penalty that didn’t happen,” coach Steve Dawson said. “We had three players collide and the referee gave (Rohda) a red card out of it. They got a penalty shot on that play, too, and our goalkeeper (A.J. Fleak) made a great save to keep us in the game. Our team dealt with the situation the best they could and Colton Bloecher had a couple of great opportunities where he could have scored, as did Frazier Fernandes. But it was tough to play with 10 men because it was warm and it was our third game in three days. Our players grew tired as the game wore on and we finally gave up a goal with about 20 minutes left.” Jesus Villarroel and Bloecher each scored goals to help Team Ohio Blast rally from a 2-0 deficit to tie CUP Crew Juniors. The following day, Bloecher, Villarroel and Fernandes scored as Team Ohio Blast defeated the Michigan Wolves. “We had some injuries, but we played well overall and came one win away from making it past group play,” Dawson said. •The Team Ohio Green U17 boys team went 0-1-2 to finish third in its pool with two points behind Grand Rapids (Mich.) Crew Juniors (3-0, 9) and Elm Grove (Wis.) Premier (1-1-1, 4).

Team Ohio Green opened June 25 by tying Shattuck-St. Mary’s from Minnesota at 1, as Ray Gans scored the tying goal on a penalty kick with 20 minutes remaining. The next day, Team Ohio Green battled Elm Grove Premier to a scoreless tie behind goalkeeper A.J. Tresoline. “It’s frustrating because we played better than both those teams and should have beaten them, but we didn’t finish our chances,” defender A.G. Basiakos said. “We played great defense, but we didn’t score enough to win.” On June 27, Team Ohio Green lost to the Grand Rapids Crew Juniors 4-2 despite goals from Ryan Magee and Trevin Pitroff. The Grand Rapids Crew Juniors, who are ranked first in the U.S. Region 2 club soccer rankings, outscored their first two opponents 11-0. “We were the first team to score against Grand Rapids and By Patrick Ferron/ThisWeek we were down only 3-2 late in Sage Gardner of the Ohio Crew Juniors U-19 team chases down the ball on June 25 during a game against St. Croix, Minn. The the game,” forward Sam Darsquad finished second in pool play and failed to advance to a semifinal. ling said. “We were just a little bit off the mark with our shots in this tournament.” •The Team Ohio F.C. Juventus U-16 boys team went 1-2 to finish third in its pool with three points behind the By AARON BLANKENSHIP from Minnesota at 1. Lemont (Ill.) Raiders (3-0, 9) ThisWeek Community Newspapers Agyapong scored the tying and WAZA West Black from goal off a free kick from 20 yards Michigan (2-1, 6). When Matt Walker scored off with 20 minutes remaining, and Team Ohio Juventus opened an assist from Kofi Agyapong to goalkeeper Andrian McAdams June 25 with a 4-2 loss to the give the Crew Juniors Under-19 had five saves. Lemont Raiders despite goals boys soccer team the lead over “We didn’t play very well at from Alex Polko and Rylee the Des Moines (Iowa) Menace all, because they outshot and Woods. with four minutes remaining in outplayed us,” Bliss said. “We The following day, Team its final game of pool play in the could have been down two or Ohio Juventus lost to WAZA Midwest Regional Cup on June three goals because they had West Black 3-0. 27, coach Brian Bliss was con- shots that hit the crossbar and a Team Ohio Juventus ended fident his squad had secured a post. Even our goal was lucky, its season on a positive note win. because it deflected off one of But with 30 seconds left, the their guys, changed direction June 27, beating KCFC UnitMenace tied the game at 1 to and went in.” ed from Kansas 1-0 as Polko eliminate the Crew Juniors from The Crew Juniors bounced scored. the tournament in Fox Cities, Wis. back June 26 to defeat the ChicaThe Lemont Raiders are The Crew Juniors went 1-0-2 go Fire Juniors 3-2. ranked first in the U.S. Region in pool play and finished second Tyler Ranalli scored late in the 2 club soccer rankings ahead in their four-team pool with five first half to tie the game at 1. of WAZA West Black (14th) points behind the Chicago Fire Walker scored off a rebound and KCFC United (21st). Juniors (2-1, 6). to give the Crew Juniors a 2-1 “We were in the group of “We played our best game of lead with 35 minutes left, but the death, but we played very well,” the tournament and we had a lot Chicago Fire Juniors tied the Dawson said. “We actually had of chances, but we just couldn’t game on a penalty kick 20 minthe better of play in the first score until very late in the game,” utes later. half against Lemont, but we said Bliss, who guided the Crew With 10 minutes left, Alex made a couple of mistakes. We Juniors U-19 boys to regional and Obbey scored the winning goal lost to WAZA by three goals, national titles a year ago. “When on a shot from 15 yards that he but the score isn’t indicative of we did score, I didn’t think we’d volleyed just under the crossbar. how well we played. We had as give up a goal because we had “Chicago is historically one of much of the play as they did. limited their chances the entire the better teams in our regional, It was nice to finish with a win game. But they had an athletic but we played very well to beat over a good team on the last forward who scored a good goal them,” Bliss said. “We were much day.” with 30 seconds left and it real- more focused in this game.” By Patrick Ferron/ThisWeek ly cost us.” ablankenship@thisweeknews.com The Crew Juniors’ Eriq Zavaleta sends the ball upfield during the The Crew Juniors opened pool ablankenship@thisweeknews.com game against against St. Croix, Minn. www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com play June 25 by tying St. Croix www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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2011 Midwest Regional Cup

Classics Eagles

Missed chances haunt U-13 boys team By AARON BLANKENSHIP ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Even though the Classics Eagles Under-13 boys soccer team had squandered several scoring chances against the Wichita (Kan.) Lightning in its Midwest Regional Cup opener June 25, coach Mike Lentz felt comfortable with a late one-goal lead because his squad was dominating possession. However, those missed opportunities came back to haunt the Classics Eagles. A Lightning player drew a foul 19 yards from the team’s goal with under a minute

left and scored on a free kick to tie the game at 1. That tie proved costly to the Classics Eagles in the tournament in Fox Cities, Wis. They lost to Vardar from Michigan 4-0 the following day and eventually finished third in their four-team pool with a 1-1-1 record and four points behind Cleveland Pacesetter (2-1, 6) and Vardar (2-1, 6). Out of the Classics Eagles’pool, only Cleveland Pacesetter advanced to a regional semifinal June 28. Cleveland Pacesetter finished first on a tiebreaker because it had beaten Vardar.

Nick Teutsch beat three defenders en route to scoring on a low, hard shot just inside the far post to put the Classics Eagles ahead 1-0 in the first half against the Lightning. Will Bolton almost made it 2-0 with 20 minutes left, but his shot hit the left post. “We had total ball control and we only gave up one shot on goal each half, so I felt pretty comfortable in the way we were playing even after we missed out on all of those chances to score a second goal,” Lentz said. “But we got called for a foul and gave up that late goal, and

it took away our momentum and confidence. Had we won that game, I’d like to think we’d have played much better against Vardar. Knowing we had to beat Vardar to have a chance to win our pool, we pushed forward a little more than usual, which left us more vulnerable defensively. And we just didn’t match Vardar’s intensity.” The Classics Eagles concluded pool play June 27 with a 2-0 victory over Cleveland Pacesetter. A.J. Smith scored what would become the winner 12 minutes into the game from 25 yards out.

In the second half, Teutsch scored off an assist from Jake Harr and goalkeeper A.J. Smith made a diving save to his left to preserve the shutout. “That was the best we’ve played all spring,” Lentz said. “We dismantled them in every category, especially when it came to shots on goal and time of possession. It was nice to beat our group winner. We finished a great spring run with a commanding performance.” ablankenship@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Eagles advance two girls squads to semis By BRAD EMERINE ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Ohio Premier Eagles advanced two of four girls soccer teams to Midwest Regional Cup semifinals after pool play concluded June 27 in Fox Cities, Wis. Ohio Premier went 10-2 overall in pool play. The Under-13 and U-16 squads both went 3-0 in pool play and played in semifinals June 28. The regional winners in the U-14 through U-19 age groups, which were determined June 29, advanced to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Phoenix on July 27-31. The Eagles U-13 team played Eclipse Select of Illinois in its semifinal. Eclipse is a familiar opponent for Ohio Premier. “Unfortunately, our semifinal is the one that everyone says should be the final, but in a blind draw, this happens,” coach Kevin Dougherty said. “We’re friends with the Eclipse and know a lot about them. They have a huge organization that draws from a large area. We’ve played all five of their 13U club teams, but then they combine their best players for the tournaments. They have many very special players.” The Eagles defeated Carmel (Ind.) United SC Elite 3-1 to open pool play. They then beat Greater Toledo FC 5-0 and advanced to a semifinal by beating Centennial (Minn.) 4-0. Against Carmel, Kristen McFarland scored twice and Alivia Milesky also scored. Sam Grim made four saves but allowed a late goal. She then earned the shutout against Toledo, as McFarland scored and assisted on goals by Madison Moroi and Aubrei Corder. Milesky and Bailey Williams also scored. Against Centennial, Moroi had two goals. Corder and McFarland also scored and Grim and Parker Myers were rarely challenged in net. “We scored three goals in the first nine minutes and just began moving girls around, having some fun, working on some things and just trying not to get anyone injured,” Dougherty said. •The U-16 team had to get past Eclipse Select in pool play to advance, and the Eagles did that in dramatic fashion in the finale to move on to a semifinal against KC Force on June 28. The Eagles beat Eclipse Select on the 10th penalty kick after neither team had scored entering the penalty kicks sessions. Both teams scored on two of five penalty kicks to force the extra one-kick rounds, where they matched each other’s efforts until Bailey Wilson converted in the 10th round after Eagles goalkeeper Anna Rosa James-Buhigas had stopped Eclipse’s 10th kick. James-Buhigas made five saves in the penalty kicks phase. “She was unbelievable and came up with huge saves when we needed them,” said coach Chris King, whose team outscored its opponents 10-0 in pool play. “Usually, you tell the keeper to get one save in (penalty kicks) and we’ll win it. She had

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Emily Byorth of the Eagles U-16 team (left) heads upfield against the Kansas City Fusion.

saves on five of 10 penalty kicks and they were off frame with another. She was just outstanding.” The Eagles won their first two games 7-0 against KC Fusion and 3-0 against Michigan Football Club to put themselves into a points tie with Eclipse before their showdown. “The maximum goal-differential in tiebreakers here is four per game, so both us and Eclipse had seven total points entering (the June 27 pool finale),” said King, who also guided the Eagles’ U-18 team to the regional tournament. “We knew going into it that there had to be a winner and that it could go to penalty kicks. One team was going to the semifinal and the other was going home.” Two years ago, the clubs played in the U-16 regional championship and the Eclipse won in a shootout to send the Eagles home. Against the Fusion, the Eagles used three goals from Lindsay Agnew and one apiece from Nicole Hopkins, Alexis Milesky, Hannah O’Shaughnessy and Brooke Maletic. O’Shaughnessy, Milesky and Agnew scored against Michigan Football Club. The defense was strong in front of James-Buhigas, who made just five total saves in the first two pool games. •The U-19 team went 2-1 in pool play and did not advance. The Eagles opened by beating Dynamo of Indiana 5-1 before losing to defending regional champion Eclipse (Ill.) 3-0 and beating Bloomfield (Mich.) 5-1 in the finale. Against Dynamo, Sarah Gross scored twice. Also scoring were Nadja Kolliesuah, Ellie Gavin and

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Lindsay Agnew (left) of the Ohio Premier Eagles U-16 team scores a goal June 25 during a 7-0 win over the Kansas City Fusion during pool play. The team competed in a semifinal June 28.

Casey Barrett. Shannon Flowers made three saves. Against Eclipse, the teams played a scoreless first half. The Eagles trailed 1-0 with about 10 minutes left when they changed their strategy to try to apply more offensive pressure. “The first half was evenly contested, but we should’ve scored first and led at half,” coach Matt Ogden said. “We needed at least a draw, so it didn’t matter if the final was 1-nil or 3-nil. We had 13 players and they wore us down in the second half. But if we score first, we can play a little different style and try to preserve the lead and get a positive result.” The Eagles got goals from Barrett, Gross, Andrea Hulls and Amber Kern in the finale, as well as an own-goal from Bloomfield. “We had nothing to play for, so we made it a farewell game for these girls who have played together for a long time,” Ogden said. “Flowers marshaled the box pretty well, but we controlled tempo and possession throughout after we fell behind 10. We definitely feel that we are a team worthy of advancing, but it wasn’t meant to be. If we played Eclipse on a different day, things might have been different. But we made mistakes and that’s soccer.

We came back and played hearts-out and that was fantastic.” •The U-18 team went 2-1 in pool play and did not advance. The Eagles lost their opener 3-1 to KCFC Intensity. They beat Eden Prairie (Minn.) 2-1 and then won 5-2 over Dakota Alliance Black of South Dakota. King was disappointed by the opening loss, but credited the Intensity. “That’s the best team we’ve played in the last two seasons,” King said. “We were down 2-1 and gave ourselves a couple good chances to even it up. But we were unable to do that and we started pressing and got caught forward. We exposed ourselves and they got the extra goal.” Ashley Gruenbaum scored for Ohio Premier. The Eagles trailed Eden Prairie 1-0 after allowing a goal just before halftime. But Jesse Sabers tied it and Michela Paradiso scored the winner with around 11 minutes remaining. Goalie Abbey Smith preserved the win from there. bemerine@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Tennis

Area team wins Ohio Valley Davis Cup By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Tyler Stephen, who recently was named coach of the Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team, will enter his new job this fall with a fresh perspective of the sport in central Ohio. Stephen and Worthington Kilbourne boys tennis coach Steve Metzmaier guided an 11-player team of some of the area’s top boys and girls tennis players to a firstplace finish in the Ohio Valley Davis Cup on June 18-19 in Charleston, W.Va. “It was kind of nice to have all that talent on the same team,” said Stephen, who

also is coach of the Thomas Worthington boys team. “Most of the time these kids are competing against each other in tournaments, so they all knew each other. But it was a little different situation because now they were competing with each other. Everyone got along so well.” The Columbus team went 3-0 in the tournament. It defeated Cincinnati Gold 6-4 and Dayton 9-1 on June 18 to place first in the top division, and it also defeated Cincinnati Silver 9-1 on June 19. Each match consisted of 10 courts — two boys singles matches, two girls singles matches, two boys doubles matches, two girls doubles matches and two mixed dou-

bles matches. The boys roster featured Watterson’s Aaron Casares, Jerome’s Kent Seitz, Gahanna’s Canyon Teague and Upper Arlington’s Eric Vannatta and Nate Wallace. The girls players were Lauren Bellinger and Sarah Stein of Jerome, Meghan Buell and Cristina DiLorenzo of New Albany, UA’s Elaine Cloern and Watterson’s Katie Shepherd. Bellinger, Buell, Shepherd and Stein competed in the Division I girls state tournament last fall and Seitz, Vannatta and Wallace played in the Division I boys state tournament in the spring. Stein, who teamed with Bellinger to

place second in the state with a 6-4, 6-2 loss to Cincinnati Ursuline Academy’s Komal Safdar and Mehvish Safdar in the doubles final, said the Ohio Valley Davis Cup provided a good tune-up for summer and fall competition. “The main thing you pick up is confidence, I guess,” she said. “It’s mostly just for fun.” “The best thing was having us all together,” Bellinger said. “We all know each other and we all hit with each other. I think that made us a good team.” pbatterson@thisweeknews.com www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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silver championship games will be at Don Edwards Park in Newark on July 9. Each team that does not qualify for gold or silver championship play will compete in a consolation game on July 9. The Ohio Elite baseball program is expected to field teams in the U-14, U-15 and U-18 divisions. Dublin Jerome coach Chris Huesman will guide his U-17 team in the U-18 division. “The Under-17 is the most critical time for a high school player in summer ball because that’s where all the college coaches are,” Huesman said. “All the college coaches are recruiting for their 2012 class and this is the most important time for these kids, so you want to take them to all the showcases or tournaments that will have the most exposure, and Buckeye Elite is one of those.” The Columbus Cobras baseball program will enter teams in the U-14 and U-18 divisions. Harry Huskey will coach the U18 team, which won the tournament in 2009. “The caliber of this tournament is really good,” Huskey said. “There are teams from all over the Midwest. We use this tournament to see where we’re at before we head off to the World Series.” Grove City coach Ryan Alexander said competing in summer tournaments are key to the program’s success. He led the Greyhounds to a Division I state semifinal this spring, losing to Liberty Township Lakota East 7-2 on June 2 at Huntington Park. Grove City will have teams in the U-16 and U-18 divisions. “This is a tournament that has some of the best teams in the state and best teams in the nation,” Alexander said. “It’s a great summer tournament. These kids end up seeing a lot of the same guys that they’ve seen already all year long playing on these summer travel teams.”

About 210 teams from 15 states and Canada are scheduled to play in the eighth annual Buckeye Elite Showcase Tournament that will be held Wednesday, July 6, through July 10 in central Ohio. The tournament is divided into four divisions: Under-14, U-15, U-16 and U-18. More than 40 area high school and college fields will play host to games, said Jeff Dutiel, the chief financial officer for the tournament. The event begins with a skills showcase on July 6 at Dublin Coffman, where athletes will test their abilities in front of college coaches and pro scouts. Worthington-based Big League Baseball School will conduct the invitation-only event. “Our biggest thing is to get the kids looks for colleges,” Dutiel said. The competition also will feature a Buckeye Elite Night on July 8 at Huntington Park. Before the Columbus Clippers’ game against the Toledo Mud Hens, the teams in the tournament will parade onto the field and players will participate in on-field contests. Players also will have a chance to be honorary bat boys and throw out the first pitch. In tournament play, each division will be divided into pools: 20 four-team pools in U-18, 16 four-team pools in U-16, 14 three-team pools in U-15 and four five-team pools in U-14. In U-18, the winner of each pool will advance to gold championship single-elimination play, leading up to the gold championship game on July 10 at Huntington Park. The second-place team in each pool will compete in silver championship play, with the title game to be played at Olentangy High School on July 10. In U-16, the gold championship game will be at Huntington Park and the silver championship game will be at Dublin Coffman on July 10. In U-15, the gold and silver championship games will be at Dublin Jerome fdirenna@thisweeknews.com on July 10. In U-14, the gold and www.ThisWeekSPORTS.com

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Many spectators at the 31st annual Red, White & Boom will have a waterfront view for the fireworks display. For the past three years, construction has limited access to a good portion of land along the Scioto River. Now, the city has opened Civic Center Drive from Broad Street to Main Street. “It’s one of the best viewing areas of the city to watch the fireworks. It’s right across the river,” said Mike Collins, executive director of Red, White & Boom. Bicentennial Park and the Scioto Mile promenade won’t open until next week, he said. The city is expecting half-a-million people at the fireworks display, set for 10 p.m. July 1. The number of food vendors — representing a variety of cuisines — has increased by about 15 percent, which is expected to eliminate long lines, Collins said. Youngsters in grades 8-12 will participate in an inaugural talent contest, to be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in Genoa Park on the west side of the river near COSI. A committee reviewed dozens of tapes to pick the contest finalists, who will be asked to sing a patriotic song. Many traditional activities will return this year, including the Taste of Boom, featuring samples from about a dozen restaurants in the Arena District. There will be a nominal fee for each dish. Beer sales will be offered. There also will be live entertainment in the Arena District, with bands performing at both stages in the area. The children’s area will open at noon on the west side of Neil Avenue between Long and Spring streets. The Children’s Hunger Alliance will provide 1,000 free meals for children that afternoon. Activities include face-painting, making balloon animals and other craft opportunities, an inflatable play area, a GameTruck mobile gaming unit and other amenities.

Street closures for Columbus’ annual July Fourth fireworks show, Red, White & Boom, have been announced. The show is set for Friday, July 1. ■ From 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 29, through 6 a.m. Saturday, July 2, Washington Boulevard between Broad and Town streets will be closed. ■ From 9 a.m. Thursday, June 30, through 6 a.m. Saturday, July 2, the two curb lanes of Marconi Boulevard between Gay and Broad streets will be closed, as will the north and south curb lanes of Nationwide Boulevard from Neil Avenue to Ludlow Avenue; Long Street from Hocking to Marconi Boulevard; and Civic Center Drive from Broad to Town street. On the morning of Friday, July 1, one lane of Long Street from Hocking to Marconi will open from 6 to 9 a.m. for rush hour. ■ From 4 through 7 p.m. on Friday, July 1, the following streets will be closed for parade formation: Starling from Broad to Town; Rush Alley from Starling to Belle Street; State Street from McDowell Street to Belle; the south curb lane of Broad Street from McDowell to Belle; and the north curb lane of Town Street from Starling to Belle. ■ From 5:50 to about 7:30 p.m. on Friday, July 1, these streets will be closed for the parade: Broad Street from McDowell to High Street; Front Street from State to Nationwide Boulevard; Lynn Street from Front to High; Gay Street from Front to High; Long Street from Marconi to High; Lafayette Street from Front to High; Spring Street from Neil to High; Ludlow from Spring to Long; Hickory Street from Front to Marconi; Town Street from Civic Center Drive to Front; and Rich Street from Civic Center Drive to Front. ■ From 6 p.m. through midnight on Friday, July 1, for fireworks, all streets south of Spring Street north of Mound Street east of McDowell and west of Third Street will be closed. ■ Handicapped parking is available at these locations: Rich Street between Ludlow and High streets; the north side of Gay Street from Ludlow to Front; and Gay Street from High Street to Front Street. Note: Front Street between State and Nationwide Boulevard will be open to traffic after the parade. For more information about Red, White & Boom, visit www.redwhiteandboom.org.

The area will be fenced in and ID bracelets will be offered. The Red, White & Boom parade kicks off at 6 p.m. at COSI on the corner of Belle and East Broad streets. The grand marshal is Col. James Perry, commander of the 37th Battalion of the Ohio National Guard, which soon will deploy to Afghanistan. Other participants include local sports teams, the Blue Jackets and the American Legion, which will have a mo-

torcycle display. The parade will proceed east on Broad Street, north along Front Street and will end at Spring Street. “This year’s Boom will have a bunch of great new activities, plus the traditional ones we’ve come to know and love,” said Sarah Irvin Clark, spokeswoman for the event. “It’s Columbus’ marquee Independence Day event and it’s going to be another great event for families to enjoy all day long.”

Class reunions Beechcroft High School Class of 1986 is planning a reunion for Aug. 6. Register at www.bit.ly/ cougars86. Eastmoor High School Class of 1976 35-year reunion will be held July 2 at Wing’s Restaurant. Call Jim Allen at (614) 237-7734 for more information. Grove City High School Class of 2001 is planning a 10year reunion. Organizers are asking classmates to send contact information to: Briana Bowshier, bribowshier15@yahoo.com;

Sarah Hostetler (Dye), sarahhostetler@ gmail.com; Diana Sponseller (Kaufman), sponseller1@att.net; or Sarah Murton (Conley), smurton153@gmail.com. Northridge High School Class of 1976 35-year reunion will be held July 23 at the Hartford Fairgrounds. Contact Kim Beem via text/call at (740) 9757835 or at KimBeem@comcast. net. There is a Facebook page for Northridge Class of 1976. Walnut Ridge High School

Class of 1976 35-year reunion will be held July 16 at the Reynoldsburg VFW. Music provided by cklassmte Jon Kay followed by the PHOENIX band. Snacks, food, cash bar. Admission is $20. Call (740) 927-5955. Columbus West High School Class of 1971 reunion will be held July 23 at JP’s BBQ. Cost is $35 per person. RSVP deadline is July 1. Send checks to Jackie Hewitt Sutton, 670 Wittenberg Court, NW, Lancaster 43130. Email jacleen.sutton@gmauil.com.

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