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I-270/Rt. 23 project gets green light By CANDY BROOKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

When its construction is finished in about 2017, the new interchange at I-270 and North High Street will mean an end to the dangerous weaving traffic patterns that have caused accidents and headaches for motorists on Worthington’s north end. New partial-cloverleaf ramps will allow vehicles to seamlessly exit onto U.S. Route 23 north and south, and two trenched middle lanes will promote a smoother route north of the outerbelt. All of this will be done in keeping with Worthington’s desire for a new attractive

entryway into the city, with signs, light posts, and brick walls and piers all designed to reflect the aesthetics of the rest of the city. Worthington City Council on July 18 unanimously approved the next steps in the design and construction process. Council members said they were pleased with the plans as presented and acknowledged the work by city staff and officials from the Ohio Department of Transportation. “We’ve largely achieved our objectives, with some compromises along the way,” city manager Matt Greeson said. Nearly a decade ago, ODOT first pre-

sented its plans to fix the interchange where I-270, Route 23 and state Route 315 merge. The purpose was safety. From 2002 to 2004, a total of 1,600 crashes occurred in the section between routes 315 to 23 alone. The new design will allow motorists to exit from Route 315 and I-270 onto Route 23 without crossing lanes, either on the outerbelt or on Route 23 south or north. The two-lane trench on Route 23, north of the interchange, will allow northbound traffic to flow while outside lanes will allow northbound local traffic to turn into

Crosswoods or onto Flint Road. The trenches will be covered at those two intersections. Gary Harrington of ODOT said this would be the first such trench in Ohio. Also along the east side of Route 23, from Wilson Bridge Road to Crosswoods, will be a 12-foot-wide bicycle-pedestrian lane. It will be separated from traffic by a 4-foot-wide shoulder and will be about 8 inches higher than the roadway. Plans to build a pedestrian bridge over I-270 were too expensive and did not meet the needs of pedestrians or bicyclists, Harrington said. The new pedestrian-bicycle lane will

require crossing intersections, and the lane will not be separated with a barrier. Harrington said a barrier was not warranted because of the width of the shoulder and the path itself. “We do feel it’s a safe improvement,” he said. Total cost of the project is estimated at $293 million. The city will pay nearly $180,000 for the aesthetic features it had requested. The word, “Worthington,” will span I270 at the Route 23 bridge. It will be on a metal fence atop the bridge and will be See PROJECT, page A3

Annexation terms ready for voters By CANDY BROOKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

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About 3,300 people attended A Taste of Worthington on July 15 in the OfficeScape parking lot off of Wilson Bridge Road. Food samples from 23 Worthington-area restaurants were offered for between $1 and $7 each.

Record crowd samples Taste of Worthington By CANDY BROOKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Worthington-area restaurants served their best dishes on a balmy summer night that still attracted a record crowd to A Taste of Worthington. An estimated 3,300 people attended the 20th annual fundraiser for the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce. The July 15 event was held in the parking lot of OfficeScape, 350 W. Wilson Bridge Road, and included music and games, as well as plenty of tasty food. For between $1 and $7, those attending could buy small portions of appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Everyone was invited to fill out a ballot voting for his or her favorite dishes to win the “People’s Choice” awards. As it has for the past several years, J. Gilbert’s Wood-Fired Steaks and Seafood

won first place in the entree category with its filet mignon with white cheddar chipotle mashed potatoes. Newcomer Rivage Atlantique took second place for its crayfish etouffee. Butter cracker-crusted walleye with garlic mashed potatoes in chipotle shallot sauce from Cameron’s American Bistro took third. Willow Brooks Christian Home took top prize in the appetizer division for its caramelized chicken-lime skewers. Second place went to Rivage for mini lobster rolls. Tied for third were shrimp durango from J. Gilbert’s and crab rangoon from J. Liu. Cupcakes from Blue Frost Cupcake won the sweet spot in the dessert category, followed by Graeter’s ice cream and Chasing Buckley band members Scott the sticky toffee pudding cake from Bridge- Maruskin (left) and Tiffany Baumgardner water Banquet and Conference Center. perform during A Taste of Worthington.

With public officials’ work complete, the fate of the Riverlea annexation rests with the voters. If final technicalities are ironed out during one last meeting of the Riverlea Annexation Commission today (Thursday, July 21), and if the councils of both Riverlea and Worthington act in a timely manner, the question will be put to the voters Nov. 8. Only if a majority of the voters of both subdivisions agree would the village of Riverlea become part of the city of Worthington. Riverlea is a village of about 550 people within Worthington’s southwest quadrant. It is an independent village, run by a village council and contracting with Worthington for police and fire protection. It is part of the Worthington school district. Last fall, a group of Riverlea residents decided to pursue annexation to Worthington. They collected the required number of signatures on a petition to force both Riverlea and Worthington councils to form a commission to decide on the conditions of annexation. The councils of both must agree to the conditions and send them on to the Franklin County Board of Elections to meet an Aug. 10 deadline to place the issue on the fall ballot. In Worthington, council must set at least one special meeting prior to that deadline. Council customarily recesses in August. Because of time limitations,

A closer look Riverlea is a village of about 550 people within Worthington’s southwest quadrant. It is an independent village, run by a village council and contracting with Worthington for police and fire protection. It is part of the Worthington school district.

the conditions must be passed as an emergency. Emergency legislation requires a positive vote of six members of council, and residents are not able to recall the ordinance. A report of the commission will be made available to the public and probably will be sent to all residents prior to the election. The report is the work of six commissioners who have met each Thursday since early May. Worthington’s commissioners told fellow city council members recently that their intent was to make the annexation as cost-neutral as possible. City manager Matt Greeson reported weeks ago that the cost of operating Riverlea would be about the same as revenue expected to be collected from residents of the village. The challenge to commissioners was to figure out who pays for infrastructure work that needs to be done in Riverlea. They came up with a formula that requires Riverlea residents to pay for some of the road and sewer work over the next severSee ANNEXATION, page A2

Toy store coming to City council refuses downtown Worthington to pass cell-phone ban By CANDY BROOKS

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Toyville is coming to town. A couple from Arizona has leased the southern third of the old Kilbourne building, 679 High St., where they plan to open a toy store in September. The shop will be called Toyville and will be modeled after four stores Diane and Gary Naumann owned in the Newport Beach, Calif., area until they sold them four years ago. Good quality toys ranging in

price from 50-cents to $150 will fill the 1,200 square feet of storefront formerly occupied by Curio Cabinet. HER is in the process of moving into the northern two-thirds of the Kilbourne commercial building, which was built in 1808 and is said to be the oldest building in Worthington. Diane Naumann said she was ready to get back into the toy business and was visiting her sister in Westerville when she came across the building, which was for lease. “We like the neighborhood feel,”

she said. “The building is beautiful.” Katie Wood, who is Naumann’s niece, will manage the store. When she was in college at Ohio State University, Wood worked holidays in the family’s California toy stores, which were called Toy Boat, Toy Boat, Toy Boat. The shops always focused in customer service, from making special orders to providing free gift wrapping. That tradition will continue in Worthington, Naumann said.“We’re really excited about it,” she said.

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After an impassioned discussion, Worthington City Council on July 18 voted against prohibiting cell-phone use while driving. The vote was 4-2, with council president Lou Goorey and ordinance sponsor Dave Norstrom supporting the ban on using hand-held mobile communication devices while driving in Worthington. Norstrom, who tried unsuccessfully to have the same ordinance approved a year ago, is a consultant in the transportation field. He presented research showing that talking on a phone

while driving distracts drivers and leads to accidents. His plea was repeated by three central Ohio residents, including a woman whose husband was killed by a driver who was talking on a cell phone 11 years ago in Licking County. Sharon Montgomery of Gahanna said the only penalty the driver faced was a $75 fine. She countered the argument that the state should pass the ban, as opposed to communities, saying state legislators will act only if several communities begin passing their own cell-phone bans. See BAN, page A2

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Colonial Hills Kiddie Parade winners named The 2011 annual Kiddie Parade was held July 4th in Selby Park. Young people were invited to decorate bicycles, tricycles, scooters, floats, strollers and more, in honor of Independence Day. Children also escorted their costumed dogs for the event. The parade entertained spectators at Shelby Park, with marching music provided by Worthington Parks and Recreation. Prize winners were: Bicycles/Scooters: Eli Hitzhusen (first); Wyatt and

Molly Estep (second); Marin and Griffin Henry (third). Tricycles/Big Wheels: Divna Lapid and Drew Barnes (first); Grant Fuerst and Evalynn Hall (second); Anna Sophia Severson and Wesley Hinton (third). Strollers: Cora and Caroline Stengal (first); Katie Becker (second); Jillian Scardina (third). Floats/Wagons: Meredith Hinton (first); Elise and Max Lehky (second); Evalyn Hall (third). Walkers: Grace and Gillian Warmkessel (first); Suzie Meijer (second).

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would present Worthington in the worst possible light and would approach the city being considered a police state, he said. “We might as well hang out a sign that says, ‘Big brother is watching,’” he said. Goorey said he agrees that the ban should be statewide but voted for the local law. “I do think it’s a safety issue, and I think it ought to be banned in Worthington,” Goorey said. The ordinance would have prohibited the use of hand-held mobile communication devices. Hands-free devices would have been permitted, as would the use of a cell phone when a motor vehicle is parked, stopped or otherwise removed from the flow of traffic. Drivers also would have been permitted to use a hand-held device to report a health or safety emergency, and they would have continued to be allowed in emergency, safety or publicservice vehicles. Penalties would start with a $150 fine for a first offense; followed by $500 for a second offense and topped out with a fine of up to $1,000 for a third or subsequent offense.

While conceding that drivers could be distracted by other activities, such as eating or tuning a radio, “the problem with this distraction is that it engages the brain,” she said. Worthington resident and former prosecuting attorney John Warton said there is not a single, rational, moral reason to not ban cell phones while driving. Studies show that it impairs reaction times much the same as drunk driving, he said. “This is a killer,” he told council. “It’s a stone-cold killer.” Resident Fred Yaeger said 60 percent of people approve of banning cell-phone use by drivers. Those people would approve of a ban in Worthington, and business would not be hurt, as some contend, he said. One of those is local business owner and resident Brett Holland, who said motorists have safe ways to use a phone while driving. “You will drive business people away from our fair city,” he said. Council member Joe Davis agreed. Laws already include provisions outlawing distracted driving. He said he sees no need to ban a particular device. To pass a cell-phone use ban


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Continued from page A1 al years and requires the city of Worthington to pay for some of the work. If annexed, Riverlea residents will be assessed for one round of road improvements. After that, the work will be done by the city. The Riverlea streets recently were slurry sealed, so the work would not be done immediately. Worthington council must pass an ordinance of necessity for the assessments by Jan. 1, 2018. The work will include new curbs and gutters, as well as milling and paving, estimated to cost $2 million. The city is required to pay $100,000 of that cost. The village is under orders from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to improve its sanitary sewers. A consultant has estimated the cost of improvements at $650,000. It could cost more, depending on additional testing. Those costs would be funded via Worthington’s capital-improvements fund in conjunction with the city’s sewer projects currently being planned. The cost to eliminate a lift station in Riverlea is estimated at $350,000. That work will be funded by the village’s general-fund balance, which is estimated at about $355,000. Riverlea residents could face more assessments if the circa-1925 water lines fail within five years. Beyond that time period, the city will maintain the lines. Other conditions of the annexation are as follows: • Riverlea properties fronting North High Street would become part of Worthington’s Architectural Review District, subject to decision of the Architectural Review Board. • Riverlea entrance signs would remain but would be maintained by Riverlea residents. • Worthington City Council would pass a resolution expressing its intent to keep the current layout of Riverlea streets. • Riverlea residents may vote in Worthington elections immediately but must reside in the city for two years before running for office. • Riverlea properties would be subject to the Worthington planning and zoning code. • Riverlea properties fronting North High Street would be zoned AR-4.5; those on the west side of Olentangy Boulevard would be zoned R-16; and the rest would be R-10.

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Architecture firm again offers class on retail design Tim Lai and Eliza Ho, principals of Tim Lai Architect, will again be partnering with the Economic and Community Development Institute to provide information on opening new stores or revamping existing retail spaces. “Newcomers and experienced retailers are welcome, and our goal is to walk through the store design and build-out processes and highlight the issues our retailers need to pay special attention to,” Ho said in announcing the class on Thursday, July 28. The class will run from 1 to 3 p.m. and it will be held at the ECDI, 1655 Old Leonard Ave. The cost is $35. “There is a lot of interest in this area and it is what ECDI

wants to get more involved with,” Bob Leighty, training coordinator at ECDI, said in a press release. In the past few years, despite the economic recession, retail businesses experienced solid growth in Columbus, according to the announcement. “Given the city’s strong sense of entrepreneurism and a dedicated community supporting local businesses, many stores and restaurants with unique characters opened,” the statement continued. “Some of them have become so popular that their names are known regionally. For example, the Clintonville-based Pattycake Bakery and its deliciously nutritious cakes and goodies have attracted customers

from many Columbus neighborhoods and beyond the city. This successful business is now expanding as it develops a new City Beet Café that will open in early 2012.” During its expansion, Jennie Scheinbach, the owner of Pattycake and City Beet, has found it useful working with architects and designers to materialize her ideas, according to Lai and Ho. “Many retail owners like to do everything themselves and they might not realize they really should focus their energy and time on growing their businesses and leave the design and store build-out part to design professionals to achieve the best results,” Lai said in a statement. The class, now being offered

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When building a capital city, first build a prison The first capital of the state of Ohio was located in Chillicothe. After a brief move to Zanesville, the capital returned to Chillicothe. But by 1810, the Ohio General Assembly was under more than a little pressure to move the capital to a place a bit more central. After looking at several places, the Assembly chose a site across from frontier Franklinton at the Forks of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers. They called the new town Columbus. Interestingly, the first public building erected in Columbus was not — as one might expect — the state capitol building. It was the state penitentiary. There was a decidedly practical reason why this was the case. The thrifty legislators planned to use prison labor to build the state’s new buildings and it would be useful to have a safe place to put them when their day’s work was done. The prison was located at the southwest corner of Main Street and Marconi Boulevard, where the cultural arts center is today. It is somewhat difficult to see what that area looked like two centuries ago. At that time, the two-story stone-and-brick house with a full basement stood at the crest of a steep slope that swept down to the river several hundred yards away. Built into the side of the hill, the west wall of the basement opened onto a large, fenced enclosure that served as the prison yard. The basement served as kitchen and service area for the prisoners, who lived in small huts built along the walls of the prison yard. Entering the prison through its front door on the eastern street side of the building, one found oneself in the first-floor home of the warden and his family. A prisoner entering the prison was lowered through a trapdoor in the floor to the prison below. From inside the prison yard, a stairway led to secure cells on the second floor of the stone house. Each day, the prisoners would sally forth from the prison to build a new capital city. By 1816, when the General Assembly arrived for its first session, a two-story brick Statehouse was completed and was complemented on Statehouse Square with a state office building and a courthouse. A few years later, a rather plain frame addition to the state office building would house local government officials. A public markethouse would be located nearby. Most of these public buildings were at least partially constructed by prison labor, as would be the new Ohio Statehouse, which began to be built in 1839. Over the years, the prison expanded in size and its yard moved closer to the river. The arrival of the Ohio Canal and National Road in the 1830s forced the removal of the penitentiary to a new site at the corner of what is now Spring Street and Neil Avenue. While we know quite a bit about the work the prisoners did and how they did it, it is often harder to get an idea of what these prisoners were like. In 1901, a local paper offered a glimpse of some of these men while trum-

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Columbus’ first prison, pictured circa 1813, was at the southwest corner of Main Street and Marconi Boulevard.

peting the benefits of a new system of criminal identification. Dissatisfied with existing methods, a French policeman named Alphonse Bertillon had developed a new type of identification based on taking precise measurements of several parts of the body of an offender. These included head length, head width, length of the middle finger, length of the left foot and length of the forearm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. Reputed to be infallible since no two people would have the same measurements, the system was first adopted in Europe and by the turn of the century was in use in most parts of the United States. To illustrate the crudity of earlier systems used in Ohio, a reporter examined the early entry logs of the Ohio Penitentiary and offered some examples of how prisoners arriving at the institution were described. Perhaps without intending to do so, the descriptions tell us something about these people who were the first prisoners in a new town: “When the penitentiary was opened in 1815, the descriptions taken were more than interesting. Some of the entries have a comic cast. Of John Irons, received of Warren County, May 17, 1824, to serve three years for horse stealing, and afterwards pardoned by the governor, there is the following entry in pencil, ‘$30 will be paid for him delivered.’George Kerns from Hamilton County is particularly described as having ‘a piece bit off the underside of left ear.’Ephraim Ellis, a Negro, is described … as having ‘eyes dark, hair curly, complexion dark.’ George Giles is simply Bertillonized as having ‘a dimple on his chin. “Jacob Mills is described as follows: ‘Complexion baldhead-

ed’ and ‘tottering with old age.’ John Mahany’s ‘general appearance’ consists in the fact he ‘has a mother in Cincinnati.’ Scott Maythe has ‘two scars on left leg caused by the bite of a dog.’The ‘general appearance’ of another, Captain Mack, consists of some marks ‘in India ink’ and ‘a wife and four children.’Another, Silas Adkins, ‘personal appearance’ is recorded as ‘a scar on right cheek and a wife in Licking County.’ Jonathan Blodgett was a ‘much married man’ with ‘a scar on the right side and a wife in Huron.’ “Squire Bull is ‘blind of the right eye out.’ John A. Davis is minutely described as having ‘a scar on the right shin and one on upper lip.’ Roswell Fleming was ‘lame on the left knee.’ George Herbey’s ‘personal appearance’ would be sure to give him away because in addition to a dark complexion, his ‘wife in Ashtabula County had a scar on the right ancle and foot.’ Finally, there was Alfred Beason, alias Martin. Of him, the record simply said, “think he went out in 1835.” These brief descriptions tell us at least a little about some of the men who literally built the capital city in its earliest days. And one last note: For all of the confidence the writer in 1901 had of the Bertillon System and its superiority to old ways, it should be mentioned that two years later, in 1903, two men in Leavenworth Prison were not only found to have the same name but precisely the same measurements. Soon a new system — fingerprinting — would take the place of the “infallible” Bertillon method. Ed Lentz writes a history column for ThisWeek.

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When building a capital city, first build a prison The first capital of the state of Ohio was located in Chillicothe. After a brief move to Zanesville, the capital returned to Chillicothe. But by 1810, the Ohio General Assembly was under more than a little pressure to move the capital to a place a bit more central. After looking at several places, the Assembly chose a site across from frontier Franklinton at the Forks of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers. They called the new town Columbus. Interestingly, the first public building erected in Columbus was not — as one might expect — the state capitol building. It was the state penitentiary. There was a decidedly practical reason why this was the case. The thrifty legislators planned to use prison labor to build the state’s new buildings and it would be useful to have a safe place to put them when their day’s work was done. The prison was located at the southwest corner of Main Street and Marconi Boulevard, where the cultural arts center is today. It is somewhat difficult to see what that area looked like two centuries ago. At that time, the two-story stone-and-brick house with a full basement stood at the crest of a steep slope that swept down to the river several hundred yards away. Built into the side of the hill, the west wall of the basement opened onto a large, fenced enclosure that served as the prison yard. The basement served as kitchen and service area for the prisoners, who lived in small huts built along the walls of the prison yard. Entering the prison through its front door on the eastern street side of the building, one found oneself in the first-floor home of the warden and his family. A prisoner entering the prison was lowered through a trapdoor in the floor to the prison below. From inside the prison yard, a stairway led to secure cells on the second floor of the stone house. Each day, the prisoners would sally forth from the prison to build a new capital city. By 1816, when the General Assembly arrived for its first session, a two-story brick Statehouse was completed and was complemented on Statehouse Square with a state office building and a courthouse. A few years later, a rather plain frame addition to the state office building would house local government officials. A public markethouse would be located nearby. Most of these public buildings were at least partially constructed by prison labor, as would be the new Ohio Statehouse, which began to be built in 1839. Over the years, the prison expanded in size and its yard moved closer to the river. The arrival of the Ohio Canal and National Road in the 1830s forced the removal of the penitentiary to a new site at the corner of what is now Spring Street and Neil Avenue. While we know quite a bit about the work the prisoners did and how they did it, it is often harder to get an idea of what these prisoners were like. In 1901, a local paper offered a glimpse of some of these men while trum-

Shower. Courtesy of Columbus Metropolitan Library

Columbus’ first prison, pictured circa 1813, was at the southwest corner of Main Street and Marconi Boulevard.

peting the benefits of a new system of criminal identification. Dissatisfied with existing methods, a French policeman named Alphonse Bertillon had developed a new type of identification based on taking precise measurements of several parts of the body of an offender. These included head length, head width, length of the middle finger, length of the left foot and length of the forearm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. Reputed to be infallible since no two people would have the same measurements, the system was first adopted in Europe and by the turn of the century was in use in most parts of the United States. To illustrate the crudity of earlier systems used in Ohio, a reporter examined the early entry logs of the Ohio Penitentiary and offered some examples of how prisoners arriving at the institution were described. Perhaps without intending to do so, the descriptions tell us something about these people who were the first prisoners in a new town: “When the penitentiary was opened in 1815, the descriptions taken were more than interesting. Some of the entries have a comic cast. Of John Irons, received of Warren County, May 17, 1824, to serve three years for horse stealing, and afterwards pardoned by the governor, there is the following entry in pencil, ‘$30 will be paid for him delivered.’George Kerns from Hamilton County is particularly described as having ‘a piece bit off the underside of left ear.’Ephraim Ellis, a Negro, is described … as having ‘eyes dark, hair curly, complexion dark.’ George Giles is simply Bertillonized as having ‘a dimple on his chin. “Jacob Mills is described as follows: ‘Complexion baldhead-

ed’ and ‘tottering with old age.’ John Mahany’s ‘general appearance’ consists in the fact he ‘has a mother in Cincinnati.’ Scott Maythe has ‘two scars on left leg caused by the bite of a dog.’The ‘general appearance’ of another, Captain Mack, consists of some marks ‘in India ink’ and ‘a wife and four children.’Another, Silas Adkins, ‘personal appearance’ is recorded as ‘a scar on right cheek and a wife in Licking County.’ Jonathan Blodgett was a ‘much married man’ with ‘a scar on the right side and a wife in Huron.’ “Squire Bull is ‘blind of the right eye out.’ John A. Davis is minutely described as having ‘a scar on the right shin and one on upper lip.’ Roswell Fleming was ‘lame on the left knee.’ George Herbey’s ‘personal appearance’ would be sure to give him away because in addition to a dark complexion, his ‘wife in Ashtabula County had a scar on the right ancle and foot.’ Finally, there was Alfred Beason, alias Martin. Of him, the record simply said, “think he went out in 1835.” These brief descriptions tell us at least a little about some of the men who literally built the capital city in its earliest days. And one last note: For all of the confidence the writer in 1901 had of the Bertillon System and its superiority to old ways, it should be mentioned that two years later, in 1903, two men in Leavenworth Prison were not only found to have the same name but precisely the same measurements. Soon a new system — fingerprinting — would take the place of the “infallible” Bertillon method. Ed Lentz writes a history column for ThisWeek.

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Military Airman Krisstopher M. Robinson graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Bobby Robinson of Columbus and Pamela Fuller of WorthingKrisstopher M. ton. Robinson Robinson completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. He is a 2004 graduate of Beechcroft High School.

Library news The following programs are offered by Worthington Libraries. Old Worthington Library is at 820 High St., Northwest Library is at 2280 Hard Road and Worthington Park Library is at 1389 Worthington Centre Drive. Call (614) 807-2626. • Children in grade 4 and up can transform safety pins, soda tabs, duct tape and more into stylish accessories at 2:30 p.m. today (Thursday, July 21) at Worthington Park Library. • Children in preschool through third grade can take in their favorite stuffed animal for a sleepover at Old Worthington Library between 4 and 6 p.m. Friday, July 22. A storytime is scheduled for 5 p.m. Return between 10 a.m. and noon Saturday, July 23, for doughnuts and juice and to pick up your animal. • Teens are invited to “TGIF: Kinyobi Cosplay” at 6 p.m. Fri-

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day, July 22, at Old Worthington Library. Events will include a costume contest, themed scavenger hunt and trivia challenges. Make candy sushi, watch anime clips and draw your own Manga character. • Join Clifford the Big Red Dog (in costume) for stories, songs and activities at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 23, at Worthington Park. • The Thursday Morning Book Discussion Group will meet to discuss Tobias Wolfe’s “Old School” at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 28, at Old Worthington Library.

• Carrie Casden graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine with a degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at the university’s May 2011 graduation. She Carrie Casden plans to enter the internal medicine program at Riverside Methodist Hospital. Casden holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Case Western Reserve University and is a 2003 graduate of Thomas Wor-

thington High School. She is the daughter of Alan and Mari Casden of Worthington. • Four Worthington residents were among the graduates of the College of Wooster this spring. Andrew Heironimus, a graduate of Thomas Worthington High School, received a bachelor’s degree in history. Sarah Minot, a Thomas Worthington High School graduate, received a bachelor’s degree in political science, magna cum laude. Nicholas Ouelette, a graduate of Linworth Alternative Program, received a bachelor of arts degree.

Andrew Shaw, a Thomas Worthington High School graduate, received a bachelor’s degree in English. • Danielle Castelli of Worthington has graduated from Boston College. Castelli graduated magna cum laude in May, earning a bachelor’s degree in French. • Lauren Davis of Worthington has been awarded a bachelor of nursing degree from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing. She is the daughter of Keith and Diane Davis.

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Griswold Center The Worthington Griswold Center, 777 High St., offers programs for people ages 55 and older from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Annual dues are $10 for residents and $15 for non-residents. For more information, call (614) 842-6320. Register for the following special events and activities beginning July 27: • Columbus Museum of Art, 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. Take a docent-led tour of “Street Talk and Spiritual Matters: Aminah Robinson’s Mt. Vernon Avenue.” See the newly renovated museum. Free admission. Price includes transportation. Residents $6, non-residents $7.80. • “County Fair Commotion” Mayhem and Mystery Interactive Theatre, 6 to 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, Aug 16, at the Spaghetti Warehouse. Featuring a wide selection of menu choices. When Sue Sage challenges the reigning hog call champion, she turns up dead. The mystery deepens as county fair excitement swirls around the cast. Price includes show, dinner and transportation. Residents $35, nonresidents $45. • Rolling Acres Craft Show, 1:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, Delaware County Fairgrounds. Along with a car show, there will be 165 craft booths. Dinner on your own at the show. Admission is $5; have correct change. Price includes transportation. Residents $8, non-residents $10.40. • Ohio Historical Center, 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23. Two exhibits — “The American Solder: A Photographic Tribute from the Civil War to Iraq” and “Controversy: Pieces You Don’t Normally See.” Admission on your own. Discounts for active duty servicemen and veterans. Price includes transportation. Residents $6, non-residents $7.80. • Holden Arboretum, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30. Take a tram tour ($2) of Holden’s gardens, dating back to 1931, then explore on foot. Brunch on your own before the tour. Bring correct change for tram. Price includes transportation. Residents $14, nonresidents $18.20. • Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7. Enjoy ballpark food and major league baseball with first baseline tickets. Lunch on your own at the park. Price includes ticket and transportation. Residents $28, non-residents $36.10. • “A Second Helping: The Church Basement Ladies Sequel,” 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20. Enjoy a pre-show buffet before the ladies of East Cornucopia Lutheran Church of the Prairie return with their hilarious antics. Residents $50, non-residents $65. • Maumee Lodge and State Park, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. A day long visit to Ohio’s premier lodge and newest State Park. Sample any and/or all of the amenities, concluding with dinner at the Water’s Edge Dining Room. Cost includes transportation and resort fee. Residents $30, non-residents $39.

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rector of pupil services, at (614) 883-3000. All information related to the referral, evaluation, identification and special education Federal regulations require officials with services is confidential. Worthington Schools to locate all individuals from birth through 21 years of age with a sus- Klompen receives pected disability who reside within the disStone Lab scholarship trict. “Child Find” is the process of identifying, Anna M. Klompen, a student at Thomas locating and evaluating children believed to Worthington High School, has received a scholhave a disability and who may be in need of arship to attend a one-week introductory class special education and related services. at the Ohio State University’s Stone Lab this Anyone who has a child or knows of a child summer. who may have a disability under the IndividKlompen is among 10 students who reuals with Disabilities Education Improvement ceived scholarships at the annual Ohio AcadAct is asked to call Dr. Shirley Hamilton, di- emy of Science State Science Day.

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Suit up for cosplay events More than just a costume opportunity for teens, Friday’s Kinyobi Cosplay event is a mini-anime convention. Yes, those attending should come in costume (must be rated PG) for a contest. Costumes may be store-bought or homemade, and prizes will be awarded. (Hint: you’ll score big points for creativity.) Cosplay — short for costume play — originated in Japan and has been popular there for decades. The increased interest in Manga (Japanese-style graphic novels and comic books) has skyrocketed the popularity of cosplay conventions, where those attending dress up as graphic novel and comic book characters, in the U.S. However, much more is planned for Friday, July 22, than just a costume contest. Japanese pop culture is part of the fun. Teens can make candy sushi using jellybeans, Fruit Roll Ups, Swedish Fish and more; watch anime clips; and draw their own Manga character. There will also be trivia challenges and a themed scavenger hunt that will take teens throughout the library. Old Worthington Library, 820 High St., will host Kinyobi Cosplay at 6 p.m. as part of TGIF, a library series that offers unique after-hours programs for teens. Future events in the series include a Zombie Invasion on Oct. 14. Want to give an anime or manga book a try? Check out a title or two from these popular series: • “Fruits Basket.” This series details the adventures of an orphan girl as she tries to break a curse that has been placed on the family for whom she works to support herself. Thirteen members of the family are possessed by spirits of the Chinese zodiac. • “Fullmetal Alchemist.” Set in a fictional universe in which alchemy is one of the most advanced

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Police reports Worthington police • Overnight on July 10, in the 6700 block of Bowerman, someone trespassed in a fenced yard and sliced a pool cover. • On July 2 between 5 and 6:30 p.m. at the Community Center, 345 E. Wilson Bridge Road, someone stole an insulin pump from an unsecured locker. • On July 1 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. in the 400 block of East Granville Road, three Social Security cards were stolen from an unlocked vehicle. • On July 13 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the 6500 block of Evening Street, a lawnmower was stolen from in front of a house. • On July 14 between noon and 4 p.m,. in the 6400 block of Tonbridge, a gasoline-powered saw was stolen. • Overnight on July 14, three catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles in the 600 and 700 block of Lakeview Plaza Boulevard. • On July 15 at noon, two people were arrested after they were seen stealing railroad property on Schrock Road at the railroad tracks. Drug paraphernalia was found in their vehicle, and both


were arrested and taken to jail. • On July 14 between 7 and 8 p.m., at a store in the 600 block of High Street, two persons stole money from a safe. • On July 16 at 1 p.m., an officer noticed two dogs in distress in a car parked in the 600 block of High Street. They had been left for at least 45 minutes without water or a method for cooling. • On July 16 at 5:07 p.m. in the 6800 block of North High Street, an individual who had been warned not to return came back to a business and allegedly picked a fight with an employee. He spray painted the victim’s vehicle, then threw the paint can at him. He was arrested and taken to jail.

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BalletMet to sponsor Pell, Ryder free open houses to marry

Parents and prospective dance students are invited to free open houses at BalletMet Columbus. Open houses will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, at the downtown Dance Centre and Academy, 322 Mt. Vernon Ave., and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, at the Academy’s satellite location in Gahanna at Vista Plaza, 1141 N. Hamilton Road. Current and prospective students of all ages, along with parents, can tour the academy studios and register for fall classes, which begin Aug. 29. For more information, call (614) 224-1672 or visit

Lindsay Pell of Worthington and Robert Ryder of Westerville have announced their plans to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Sharon Pell of Franklin, Pa., and the late R. Scott Pell Sr. She holds a doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh (2001). She is a specialty practice pharmacist with the Ohio State University Medical Center. The groom is the son of Robert and Marlene Ryder of Reston, Va. He graduated from George

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Coming up 4 To add, remove or update a at La Chatelaine, 661 High St. July 2 y a d listing, email editorial@thisweek- Call Laura Vermilya at 937-6281. Power Lunch Columbus, a Sun :30pm New Neighbors League of weekly workplace lunch-hour 7 to 8 Columbus, luncheon the second ministry, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. m nk fro Park Dr. Tuesday of each month, get-ac- Wednesdays, at the Ohio Theatre, ns Fu a o t le r Meetings 28th annual Dublin Arts Council o i e O Sc iversid New quainted coffee the third Wednes- 55 E. State St. Rev. Charles MontR 7377 dmission Columbus Outdoor Pursuits g r a .o Sam’s tion day. For meeting times and loca- gomery officiates. Free. For more Free ublinarts g i B will meet to hike Glacier Ridge .d Na www tions, visit www.newneigh- information, call Kimberly Mont44 unky 89.74 F Metro Park at 7 p.m. Wednesday, 614.8 To join, email gomery at (614) 206-7962. July 27,gathering at Whestone Park, North High and Hollensummer concert series beck. Call (614) 442-7901 or visit from chase. r ndies nd ca ble for pu s. a m a a re e avail rt serie c e ic ey’s® Christian Marketplace Netwill b conce HershCandy BarDAC’s free work Lewis Center Chapter, MJ’s support Sales 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. the second Friday of each month at Asian Garden Buffet, 8633 U.S. Route 23 S., Lewis Center. Visitors are welcome. Call Steven Cox at (614) 476-9805 or visit Accountant Information Market, Worthington-Westerville Chapter, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at Scrambler THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER BARIATRIC SURGERY PROGRAM Marie’s, 6152 Cleveland Ave. Call (614) 478-8187. Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable meets at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at Ohio Health Medical Campus, 300 Polaris Parkway. All are welcome. Call Tim Maurice at (614) 818-9175 or visit Pulsar Chapter of AmSpirit, 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. every Thursday at 8425 Pulsar Place. Call Kellina Snyder at (614) 3951228. Sawmill Road Toastmasters, 11:45 a.m. on the first and third Mondays of every month at Flyers Pizza, 3967 Presidential Parkway. Visit Guests are welcome. Dublin Worthington Rotary, noon Wednesdays at La Scala, 4119 W. Dublin-Granville Road. At Ohio State, our 30 years of experience in weight-loss surgery and our commitment to quality and safety have improved Worthington Toastmasters meets from 7:30-9 p.m. the secthe lives of thousands of people. In fact, our bariatric surgery program has been designated a Center of Excellence by the ond and fourth Tuesdays of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. month at the Worthington Municipal Building, 6550 N. High Join us for a free information session and find out if you’re a candidate for bariatric surgery. You will learn more about our St. For information, visit comprehensive program, hear inspirational stories from past bariatric surgery patients, and meet the members of our Worthington Alliance of surgery team. African American Parents and Educators, 7-8:30 p.m. the second Monday of the month at WorFREE bariatric surgery information sessions: thington Education Center, 200 June July August E. Wilson Bridge Road. Tuesday, June 14, 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, July 11, 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, August 8, 6-7:30 p.m. AmSpirit Business ConnecMonday, June 27, 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 23, 6-7:30 p.m. tions Cardinal Chapter, 7:30 a.m. Tuesdays at La Chatelaine French Bakery and Bistro, 627 OSU Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza Pavilion Auditorium, 2050 Kenny Road, Columbus, OH 43221 High St. For more information, call Deborah Bonner at (614) 353Free and convenient parking! Seating is limited. 8458. AmSpirit Business ConnecPlease register in advance. tions, Crosswoods chapter, 8 a.m. Wednesdays at Champps, To register, please call 800-293-5123 or visit 161 E. Campus View Blvd. Call Wendy Ciehanski at 825-0488 or Chris Anderson at 889-0808. AmSpirit Business Connections, Enterprise chapter, meets from 7:30-8:45 a.m. Thursdays,

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MARKETING & SALES DIRECTOR Seeking experienced Mar keting & Sales Director. Ideal candidate should have minimum of 5 years experience some in elec tive medical procedures. Be able to develop market opportunities for revenue, through creative selling concepts, radio, digital and social media avenues. Responsibilities include: ± Analyzes marketplace and competition to determinemost effective sales strategies. ± Identifies, plans and im plements digital advertis ing across all platforms. ± Create and manages budgets ± Works effectively w/mgmt team ± Trains, motivates, & de velops an energetic, crea tive & committed sales department. Please send resume to


EXPERIENCE HELPFUL, BUT NOT NECESSARY, NOR IS A LICENSE REQUIRED. WE ARE WILLING TO TRAIN AND PROVIDE EDUCATION TO OBTAIN STATE LICENSE. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE MUST BE SELFMOTIVATED WITH SALES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE ALONG WITH EXCELLENT Truck Drivers/ COMMUNICATION, Truck Helpers THOROUGH Volunteers of America, ORGANIZATIONAL, AND Greater Ohio, has an im COMPUTER SKILLS. mediate need for truck driv - SALARY WILL BE $13.65 ers and truck helpers. The TO $14.67 PER HOUR truck driver will be respon PLUS EARNED sible for picking up COMMISSIONS AND clothes, household items, BONUSES. and driving a small box truck. The truck helper will RETENTION SPECIALIST assist the driver in the WORTHINGTON warehouse with loading HEADQUARTERS and unloading merchan dise. The ideal candidate THIS POSITION WILL must be able to lift 50 to ORGANIZE, PLAN, 85lbs. Must be able to read PROMOTE AND RETAIN map and navigate city. Pre CURRENT INSURANCE vious experience helpful. BOOK OF BUSINESS. This is a fast paced envi SALES AND CUSTOMER ronment. Should be able SERVICE EXPERIENCE to consistently maintain a NEEDED. PROPERTY high energy level for poten - AND CASUALTY LICENSE tially long hours. Qualified REQUIRED. candidates should email COMMUNICATION, their résumé to PROBLEM SOLVING AND COMPUTER SKILLS ESSENTAIL. SALARY You will be pulling out of RANGE IS $14.09 TO the Grove City area hauling $15.50 PER HOUR PLUS food products. Some EARNED INCENTIVES. touch freight. CDLA & CDLB BOTH POSITIONS ARE MUST HAVE FULL TIME AND OFFER A CLEAN CRIMINAL BKGD. COMPLETE BENEFITS Open interviews: PACKAGE INCLUDING 5508 Hilliard Rome Office HEALTH CARE AND Park Hilliard, OH 43026 EMPLOYER MATCH 401K. 614-771-9675 FOR JOB LISTINGS AND HELP WANTED TO APPLY, PLEASE VISIT SALES/MARKETING OUR WEBSITE AT APPOINTMENT PLEASE APPLY BY 7/27/11 SETTER *SALARY Professional business to REQUIREMENTS MUST business sales. Perma BE INCLUDED TO BE nent, PT position in co. CONSIDERED with solid 30 year history. High earnings potential with base salary / comm / bonus. Perfect for anyone re-entering the workforce. To schedule an interview equal opportunity for this outstanding oppor employer tunity call: Horizon Busi no phone calls please ness Solutions, Kim Bolin, 614-668-5717 9-5 M-F. DIRECTOR OF SALES Director of Sales position for a Dublin, OH limited service extended stay property. Professional indi vidual with an enthusiastic work ethic and IHG brand preferred hotel sales back ground, to direct, coordi nate, train, and supervise all sales efforts and sales related activities. Respon sibilities include but not limited to outside/inside sales, follow up, mainte nance on all existing ac counts, national sales coor dination and proper sales administration. Some trav el required. Proficiency in ACT and Microsoft Office preferred. Competitive sal ary with bonus & benefits. Please send re sume professional references to

Experienced In-Home Salesperson Cardinal Builders is look ing for an experienced Sales professional. Knowl edge of Windows, Roofing, Siding, or Patio rooms helpful. • Leads • Showroom • 80,000 Customer base Career opportunity open. Fax resume to 614-237-0569 or email to bsimpson@cardinal Phone 614-237-1000. Ask for Bill Simpson

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MEDICAL SALES Entry level position avail able in central Ohio and Columbus area for fast growing orthopedic com pany. College degree necessary, previous sales a plus. High earn ing potential. Send re sumes to email: denisebloomfield@

New Home Sales Maronda Homes is currently looking for motivated sales people who want to be a part of the housing industry as it begins to gain strength once again. Housing affordability and mortgage interest rates are at positive 40 year historic levels. Maronda Homes continues to grow its Central Ohio operations and needs to fill several sales positions. Income potential can reach into the 6-figures. Qualified individuals must be energetic, self-starters with 3-5 years of Realtor or sales experience. Fax resume to: 614-274-6676 Attn: Melissa Scheel or Email at m

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Candidates should enjoy With great attitude and working with the public, work ethic. We represent have excellent sales and the largest home center customer service skills and retailer. First year potential be detail oriented. Prior 50K-100K. For an leasing experience a plus. interview call Paul This full time position is lo 614-932-1111 cated at our beautiful Bel Air Court community in Co PROPERTY lumbus. Weekend work re MANAGER quired. Excellent pay and benefits including renewal We are looking for a man bonuses, apartment dis ager with experience in count after 90 days and va Section 8 Housing. The cation after 6 months. property has 177 project Resumes should be sub based units and a staff of mitted to: five. The ideal candidate Fax 317-580-3296 will have a proven track re Email to cord in low income hous ing and solid property management skills. We of Marketing Manager fer an excellent starting Midwest Photo wage and benefit package. Fax your resume and salary requirements to Responsibilities: 614-891-3533 or email - Develop advertising cam paigns -Maintain MPEX online Realtor presence -Track promos with Google A growing team in need of a licensed agent. Contact Analytics Robyn Prewitt at -Make new marketing pro 614.563.0224 or email grams -Coordinate MPEX events -Manage a design team SALES -Monitor time sensitive pro 18 yr old Mid-West Co with motions excellent rep is growing -Monitor Co-Op Program with 1000’s of jobs in 12+ Send resume & CV to: states. Sales exp helpful but not required. All train ing provided. Must have re GOT liable vehicle & be able to CLUTTER? climb ladders. Duties in Clean up and make $$$ clude: Contract origination, at the same time with ins claim processing & ne gotiation, collections, & ThisWeek Classifieds. have exc customer srv. (740) 888-5003 800-337-7663


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35 yr. old co. still seeking 2 Independent Contractors to call on & maintain establ’d accts. We work directly with local police, fire depts. & elementary school on child safety & juvenile crime prevention programs. This soft sell is both financially rewarding & personally fulfilling. Overnight trav. & relib. auto req’d. Average reps make 55K-70K pot. Call 614-575-0100 ext. 102 for interview. Email . Visit Creative Safety Products, Gahanna, OH.

You know how to work a room-even if it’s a living room The door opens, and you have them at Hello. Part of it is your ability to read people and know precisely what they want to hear. Not to mention, your delivery is so natural, customers don’t feel you’re selling them something as much as they believe you’re doing them a favor. As a Time Warner Cable Sales Representative, you’ll get the training that makes you an expert on why our service is superior to our competition. You’ll then be assigned to an exclusive and expanding territory. Plus, you’ll enjoy the freedom to work it as you see fit. To qualify, you’ll need to demonstrate that you can think on your feet, prove you’re hungry, and that you know how to make things happen to generate sales.

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Successful Columbus based company seeks pro fessional Sales Associate. We are a locally owned Sr. Database and operated company that has been in business Administrator for almost 55 years. The for NetJets Services, Inc. in candidate we are looking Columbus, OH. Supports for should possess the fol all Oracle & DB2 lowing qualifications. environments. Requires Bachelor’s in CS, CE, CIS, • Business to Business MIS, engineering, or sales experience related IT or technical field, • Strong communication & 3 yrs exp. skills administering/creating • Excellent follow up skills Oracle 10g/9i databases • Team player on UNIX and/or Linux • Proven track record of platforms, & implementing growing a territory High Availability database • College graduate solutions & architectures such as Veritas Clusters, In return we offer a com Oracle Advanced petitive salary and commis Replication, Oracle sion structure, along with a Standby Database/ generous car allowance. DataGuard or Oracle Real Application Clusters. Must Please forward resumes to: be proficient in major Key Blue Prints Inc. backup packages HR including RMAN; SQL, 195 East Livingston Ave PL/SQL, & shell scripting; Columbus, Oh 43215 Java; Oracle performance tuning, Statspack, AWR, ASH, ADDM; database monitoring tools (10g Grid/ HELP WANTED 9i OEM); logical & physical COMPUTERS/ database design; data INFORMATION modeling; & data warehousing. (All exp. may SERVICES be concurrent.) Must be able to provide 24/7 on-call support an average of two weeks a month in addition to working regular schedule the rest of the Computer Lab time. Send resume (NO Manager/ CALLS) to Jeannie Thorne, Human Resource Academic Skills Manager, NetJets Instructor Services, Inc., 4111 (Technology Emphasis) Bridgeway Ave., Columbus, OH 43219. The position is employed by the Academic Advancement Center and will teach learning strategies and coordinate a small computer learning lab for use by faculty and students at Ohio University. For more details and to apply, please visit www.ohiouniversityjobs. com/postings/397

Digital Design and Interactive Media (DDIM) Instructorfor The Career and Technical Centers of Licking County (C-TEC) is seeking quali fied applicants for the posi tion of Digital Design and Interactive Media (DDIM) Instructorfor the 2011-2012 academic year. Visit www.c-tec.eduand click on About Us/Jobs at C-TEC for position details and ap plication instructions. EEO

Sr. Analyst, Infrastructure Applications Sr. Analyst, Infrastructure Apps, Cardinal Health, Dublin OH. Design, develop and implement solutions for applications by engineering and configuring the IBM WebSphere MQ, Message Broker and WBI Adapters (SAP, JDBC, JText). Design, implement and maintain overall integration infrastructure. Req. M.S. in computer science, engineering, or related and 36 months exp. (or BS + 60 mo.) within IBM WebSphere/ Message Broker/ MQ Suite of products, including 36 months hands-on MQ Administra tion experience on UNIX or Windows platform, 24 months hands-on development experience with MQ and Message Broker, and 24 months Java development and RDBMS SQL experience. Also requires strong command of the system development life cycle. Send resume to elizabeth.norman@ or Cardinal Health, Inc. Attn. Elizabeth Norman, 7000 Cardinal Place, Dublin, OH 43017. EOE M/F/D/V Diversity Works Here

Sr. Analyst, Infrastructure Applications Sr. Analyst, Infrastructure Applications, Cardinal Health, Dublin OH. Install app. server software and create environments required by the system dev. life cycle. Configure environments to app. reqs (i.e. JDBC, JMS, web services, High Availability, Session Management, Security, Service Integration Bus, etc.). Proactively performance tune each environment and reactively troubleshoot problems. Provide dev. support to app. dev. teams. Req. MS in comp sci or related + 24 mo. exp. with admin. of WebSphere app. servers, WebSphere portal servers, and WebSphere commerce servers. Also req. 12 mo. exp. administering WebSphere Virtual Enterprise. Send resume to elizabeth.norman@ or Cardinal Health, Inc. Attn. Elizabeth Norman, 7000 Cardinal Place, Dublin, OH 43017. EOE M/F/D/V

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Web Programmer Community Research Partners, a nonprofit research and data center, is seeking applicants for Web Programmer. Responsible for (1) using Weave and its API, a new Open Source framework, to build interactive, Flashbased visualizations for CRP’s DataSource 2.0 website, which serves up socio-economic, property, and related data through dynamic web maps, charts, scatter plots, and reports; (2) building custom Weave-based websites for CRP clients; (3) collaborating with the national Weave developer community; (4) assisting staff in managing and enhancing other CRP websites; and (5) working with local data providers and users. Qualified candidate will have examples of work products that demonstrate (1) expertise in JavaScript programming, SQL database administration, and website management, including Tomcat or GlassFish; (2) experience with Flashbased web applications and APIs; and (3) strong project documentation skills. Linux OS experience a plus. Requires Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or related discipline; Master’s Degree preferred. Information about Weave available at Position description available at: http://communityresearc CRP offers competitive salary and benefits and free parking. Submit resume, references, and salary requirements by mail, fax, or e-mail to: Community Research Partners Attn: Web Programmer 300 E. Broad St., Suite 490 Columbus, OH 43215 Fax: (614) 224-8132 www.researchpartners.or g EOE


AEROSPACE We are currently seeking experienced professionals to fill immediate openings in the following positions at our Cleveland, OH facility. ∂ Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technicians ∂ Sheet Metal Technicians ∂ Avionics Technicians with strong troubleshooting experience ∂ Quality Assurance Dept ∂ Design & Manufacturing Engineers We offer competitive compensation, compre hensive benefit package and relocation assistance. Submit a resume to: careers@ To learn more about Nextant Aerospace, visit our website at: www.

Bridge Engineer Bridge Engineer Level II ODOT prequalified; knowledgeable in Microstation. Salary commensurate with experience. Complete benefits package available. Send resumes to: E.P. Ferris & Associates, Inc., 880 King Ave., Columbus, OH 43212 or email to Fax 614-299-2992. EOE


DESIGN-PROJECT ENGINEER SPEC Triumph Thermal Systems, Inc. (TTS), located in Northwestern Ohio, is a leading supplier of heat transfer systems and com ponents serving the aero space industry. At TTS, our employees enjoy a great degree of freedom in decision-making, while benefiting from the guid ance of an experienced management team. As a TTS employee, you’ll be part of a tight-knit group of high-caliber professionals, each of whom plays a key role in our overall success. Bring your skills and exper tise to our growing organi zation by joining us in the following role: Design/Project Enginee r Spec - Aerospace Forest, Ohio. As a senior level engineering profes sional, you will use your proven experience to re search, plan, design, devel op and test TTS custom designed product and sys tem solutions serving mili tary and commercial aero space customers. Due to our company’s position as a key supplier to the US defense industry, all candi dates must possess US cit izenship. Key Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (BS) in Mechanical, or Aerospace engineering or a related technical discipline. Dem onstrated ability to perform the essential functions of the job typically acquired through five (5) or more years of related experi ence, preferably in an aero space environment. Must possess mechanical prod uct and/or system design and project management experience. A strong back ground in heat transfer and fluid and thermodynamics is preferred. Please apply at From the Home Page select "CAREERS" in band beneath the Company logo. Then select "Job Listings". In the left col umn under "Job Listings" select "At Triumph Group". From the Location drop down box select "US-OHForest" then "Search Jobs". EOE M/F/D/V. SAFETY AND TRAINING COORDINATOR (Utility Industry) The Energy Cooperative lo cated in Newark, Ohio is currently seeking to fill Safety and Training Coordi nator positions for its elec tric and natural gas utilities. Each position must have working knowledge and ex perience in the electric and/or natural gas utility in dustry including accident prevention, safety proce dures, industry hazards and loss control. Asso ciate’s degree in Business Administration or related field, seven years progres sive experience working in the natural gas and/or elec tric utility field. Proficient in MS Office products. Quali fied applicants should sub mit their resume, along with salary requirements to: The Energy Coopera tive Human Resources, P.O. Box 4970, Newark, OH 43058-4970 or fax to 740-348-1133 or e-mail to More information can be found on . EEO.

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Technical Testing Analyst for NetJets Services, Inc. in Columbus, OH. Confers w/ managers in QA organization & NetJets to define business data processing problems to be resolved w/ technical testing. Bachelor’s in CS, CE, CIS, IS, MIS, or similar field, plus 5 yrs progressive exp. in systems analysis to include 2 yrs hands-on exp. w/ quality testing. (Will also accept a Master’s degree in one of the above fields, w/ 3 yrs progressive exp. in sys. analysis, incl. 2 yrs hands-on exp. w/ quality testing, gained before, during, or after the Master’s degree.) Must be proficient in: Asp.Net, IIS, C#, Sql Server2005, Java, J2EE, EJB, WebSphere, and Oracle 10g; in using automated test tools (Mercury/HP); & in training/mentoring staff in the use of automated tools. Must have demonstrated ability to effectively communicate w/ staff members & supervisors. Must be able to work evenings & weekends to meet project deliverables. Email resume to


BILLING SPECIALIST 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@

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HELP WANTED MEDICAL/DENTAL EARLY INTERVENTION SPECIALIST Fairfield DD is currently seeking a ft EI Specialist to join our team in supporting families of infants/toddlers (age 03) with developmental disabilities/delays. The EI Specialist works with caregivers of infants/toddlers and builds upon family strengths and provides supports to assist families to enhance their child’s learning and development. The FCBDD does not discriminate in provision of services or employment because of handicap, race, color, creed, national origin, sex or age. Deadline for applications is July 25th, 2011. EEO/AA APPLY ONLINE AT FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WEBSITE JOIN OUR TEAM No Phone calls or mailed resumes

Growing home health office in Gahanna is recruiting a RN Home Care Certified Coder. OASIS-C experience necessary; certification preferred. One year experience in home care preferred. Certification preferred for both, but perfect candidate will receive additional training if needed. *Medical benefit as low as $55/mo. *Benefits start 1st mo. After 30 days *14 Days vacation 1st year; 6 paid holidays Email resume to: employment@signaturehe or fax to 330-6668129. Only qualified applicants will be considered.


For Home Healthcare company. Free training with placement . Placement guaranteed if you have a loved one or neighbor that you would like to take care of. For info or to register call 614-484-2522


Experienced MA needed for busy office. OB/GYN office preferred. Benefits available. Fax resume to: 614-434-2440 Medical Receptionist Contract Needed, previous Dietitian medical experience St. Vincent Family Center required. Excellent is seeking qualified candi salary / benefit package. dates for a Contract Dieti For immediate considera tian position to provide in tion. Fax resume to dividual, family, and group 614-863-5010. education about a healthy NURSE diet, collaborate with staff Northeast Surgical to offer education and Wound Care menu planning to clients and their families and con - Unique opportunity for Ad vanced Practice Nurse duct parenting groups to who has a special interest assist parents with home meal planning and educa - in wound care and primary dermatology. Providing tion. Qualified candidates comprehensive wound must be a Licensed and care assessments, consul Registered Dietitian with tation and patient docu project management expe mentation in long term rience and excellent care facilities, home care written/verbal communica tion skills. Hours are flexi - and LTACH’S. Autonomy. Collaborating physicians ble and will be Mondayand colleague support. Friday. Qualified candi Salary based on experi dates should print and ence and expertise. Flexi complete an employment application at www.svfc.or ble schedule, education al g and mail along with re - lotment, licensure and mal sume to St. Vincent Family practice fee paid and bene fits. Columbus area. Appli Center - 1490 E. Main St., cants must have a national Columbus, Ohio 43205 or certification as a Nurse fax completed documents Practitioner in adult health, to 614-252-8468. EOE family health or geriatric No phone calls please. care. Email to: kfrench@ne fax to: 216-5240111. Additional info at: w Seeking PT licensed under APN dietitian for WIC program. career opportunity. Send resume to: Madison County WIC 306 Lafayette St, PO Box 467 London, Ohio 43140 or fax 740-852-4223 OPHTHALMIC


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Biomedical Support Engineers Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is seeking two Biomedical Support Engineers with exceptional technical expertise to join our team to support the various clinical, academic & research technologies including electronic health records, health information technology & interfaces with digital devices. Ideal candidate will be committed to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. For a full job description and to apply online, please visit: http// Ohio University offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 403b retirement plan; and full tuition waivers for employees and their families. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

ASSISTANT Come join a great team! Busy NW area ophthalmology office seeking F/T ophthalmic assistant. Experience with ophthalmology required. Great hours, benefits and location. Fax resume to 614-451-8642. Email to: JWeaver@NorthwestEyeS Background check will be done before hiring.

OPTICIAN FT licensed dispensing Optician. No late eve nings! Experience with VSP a must! Fax resume & salary requirements to: Harris Opticians at 614-261-4505.

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PLANT METALLURGIST Miba Bearings US, LLC has an immediate opening for a Plant Metallurgist in McConnelsville, Ohio. The Plant Metallurgist will be responsible for process control and design for all metal casting operations in a bearing manufacturing facility. The qualified candidate will provide technical support to product development and will be responsible for all metallurgical laboratory work. The successful candidate holds a Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent experience) in Metallurgy, Metallurgical Engineering or Material Science. General knowledge of carbon alloy strip, bar and tube as well as copper alloys and aluminum is preferred. Knowledge of Scanning Electron Microscopy and Ultrasonic and X-Ray nondestructive test methods also preferred. Well-developed communication, interaction and computer skills are essential. Experience in a QS-9000 environment a plus. Miba Bearings US offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package. Interested candidates should send their resume and salary requirements to: Morgan County JFS 155 East Main Street, Room 009 McConnelsville, OH 43756 c/o Metallurgist Resume e-mail: Miba Bearings US, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse APN/CNP sought to join high quality CMHC psy chiatry team and collabo rate with outstanding inter disciplinary team. Full-time, part-time and contract op tions available. No late evenings, weekends or call required. Previous psychia try experience preferred. Excellent salary, benefit package and work setting available. Send resume to, or mail to Anne Davidson, MD, New Horizons Youth and Family Center, 1592 Granville Pike, Lancaster, OH 43130 EOE

RECEPTIONIST Come join a great team! Busy NW area ophthalmology office seeking F/T check out receptionist. Three years experience with computerized scheduling and charge entry required, Ophthalmology preferred. Great hours, benefits and location. Fax resume to 614-451-8642. Email to JWeaver@NorthwestEyeS Background check will be done before hiring. STNA

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STNA’s Worthington Christian Village The Caring Community Is a great place to work offering a total ministry to the senior adults of Central Ohio. We are currently seeking caring staff for our Health Care Center P/T Every other weekend 7a-3p / 3p-11p Come be part of our team! Worthington Christian Village


Dietary Aides (All Shifts) We offer excellent benefits including: • Competitive wages • Full benefit package • Paid vacations & holidays • Tuition reimbursement Please apply! Arlington Court 1605 NW Professional Plaza Upper Arlington, OH 43220 EOE

SURGERY SCHEDULER Come join a great team! Busy NW area ophthalmology office seeking F/T Surgery Scheduler for five surgeons. Experience with ophthalmology necessary. COA, or COT preferred. Great hours, benefits and locations. Fax resume to 614-451-8642. Email to: JWeaver@NorthwestEyeS

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Director of Student Financial Services The University of Toledo College of Nursing is recruiting creative and highly motivated individuals with a PhD or DNP (MSN considered) for the following positions: • Assistant/Associate Professor Certified or Certification eligible Family Nurse Practitioner • Assistant/Associate Professor Certified or Certification eligible Pediatric Nurse Practitioner • Assistant/Associate Professor Certified or Certification eligible Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist This is a 10 month contract with opportunity for summer supplemental appointment. Salary Range: $ 61,000 $77,200 depending on rank and qualifications. The College of Nursing offers BSN, MSN, CNL, DNP, and Nurse Educator degrees and certificate programs. Applications can be submitted at the following link: edu Reviews will begin after July 15, 2011. For further information: Cheryl Gies, DNP, CNP, RN, Assistant Professor, Chair, Search Committee College of Nursing, University of Toledo, 3000 Arlington Ave, Mail Stop 1026, Toledo, Ohio 43614-2598 (e-mail) 419-383-5862 (office) 419-383-5818 (secretary). The University of Toledo is an Equal Access/EEO Employer and Educator

HELP WANTED FINANCIAL/BANKING ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK Alliance Hospitality Inc. Accounting Team is looking for a hourly Accounts Payable Clerk. Here are the following duties: Enter Payables for multiple hotels and printing checks. Requirements: Must have knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics GP and MS Office 2007 Corporate office is located at 600 Enterprise Drive Lewis Center, OH 43035. AHI is an EOE. Please email resume to

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National Medical Service Provider seeking selfstarter w/ min. of 2 yrs. experience. Primary responsibilities include entering revenue charges and preparing monthly revenue logs, preparing and mailing customer invoices, posting payments to customer accounts, making following up calls to customers on invoices, and preparing monthly accounts receivable aged trial balances. Candidates must have prior experience in accounts receivable functions and Microsoft Office programs. Experience with Peachtree and Great Plains accounting software if preferred. E-mail resume with salary requirements to or fax to 614-299-2478.

Budget Management Specialist City of Columbus Bachelor degree + 3 yrs exp req’d. Submit resume to Deadline is 7/26/11. EOE. DAYCARE PROVIDERS & PRESCHOOLS

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Buckeye Community Health Plan, a subsidiary of Centene Corporation®, is a Medicaid Managed Care Organization providing our membership with quality healthcare, service, and the personal attention deserved to grow healthy and stay healthy. Due to exciting growth we currently have the following position available:

QI Coordinator RN preferred with Associate’s degree or higher. Two years clinical nursing experience; one year experience in quality function in a healthcare setting; and QI experience with knowledge of HEDIS, NCQA, URAC, or JCAHO required. The selected candidate will support QA improvement initiatives, audit medical records, and monitor performance measures. We offer a comprehensive compensation & benefit package including tuition reimbursement and paid parking. If you are a compassionate individual with a passion for serving others, apply online and experience More! Search by job title for positions in Columbus, Ohio. Equal Opportunity Employer

Urbana University is cur rently seeking applications for a Director of Student Fi nancial Services. The suc cessful candidate will ad minister and supervise all Federal, State, and Institu tional financial aid pro grams. Duties include rec onciliation of all Federal, State and Institutional fi nancial aid programs; com pilation of yearly federal audit materials; disburse ment of student aid; verifi cation of student data; award processing for stu dents; file Federal Reports; request payment for all Federal and State grant funding from the US De partment of Education; process all Federal Staf ford, PLUS and alternative loans. Create award strat egies for campus-based aid programs; update the financial aid website with all pertinent information on a rolling basis; Act as a liai son with member agen cies; perform data entry for all NCAA scholarships on the NCAA website; present High School Financial Aid nights at local high schools; award endowed scholarships as listed by the University Foundation Board. Other duties in clude but may not be limit ed to participation on the various University commit tees. Minimum Qualifica tions: Bachelor’s degree required, masters preferred in Business or related field; 3-5 years progressive fi nancial aid experience; Powerfaids administration experience and good cus tomer service and phone etiquette. Review of appli cations will begin immedi ately and continue until the position is filled. Qualified applicants please submit a cover letter, resume & three professional referen ces to astevens@ (Word docu ment please) hard copies may be sent to: Urbana University, Human Resour ces Office, 579 College Way, Urbana OH 43078. EOAA.

Office Manager/ Bookkeeper David Downey and Associates, located in the Gahanna/Reynoldsburg area is searching for an Office Manager/ Bookkeeper. This 30 year old company provides auto detail and appearance services to dealerships throughout Central Ohio. Position will have the responsibility of all financials including A/P, payroll (8-10 employees) and other general office duties. 3-5 years experience working with Quickbooks is a must. Position requires 30-40 hours per week. Resumes must include salary history and expectations to be considered. Background and drug test required. Send resumes and cover letter to EOE

Plan Administrator A multi-employer benefit plan is seeking a Plan Ad ministrator to administer and maintain health, vision and dental programs. The administrator is also a liai son between vendors and employees and advises employers and employees on eligibility, coverage, and other benefits issues. The administrator is re sponsible for monthly bill ing and premium reconcili ation, compiling and main taining benefits records for plan documents as well as Dept of Insurance filings re quirements. The adminis trator will prepare the annu al open enrollment materi als and communications. Knowledge of benefit plans and federal law including HIPAA, COBRA and Flex Spending Accts is impor tant. A college degree and at least 3 years of applica ble experience preferred. We are seeking a profes sional who can provide outstanding client services and has excellent commu nication skills. Send resume and salary requirements to direct_resume@

HELP WANTED PARTTIME/SEASONAL Telephone Interviewers Interviewers wanted immediately to conduct phone interviews for research firm. Must be dependable. College deg. is preferred, high school diploma is required. Four hr. shifts avail. 10am-6pm, 6pm-10pm M-Th. Applications only avail. at 995 Goodale Blvd, 2nd Fl. For more info call 614-220-8860. Phone interview will follow for viable applicants.

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Buyer Description: The Ohio State University Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is seeking applications for a Buyer in its Procurement Department. Buyers perform all functions associated with the placement of purchase orders for scientific and research-related equipment, supplies, and services for sponsored projects administered through OSP. For more information about OSP please visit http :// Requirements: Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, preferably with a major in Purchasing or Operations Management or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in purchasing is desired, preferably in a research or education environment. Candidates must have demonstrated excellent problem solving and communica tion skills. Appointment requires successful completion of a background check. For a complete position description and application instructions please visit ww and search by requisition number 357968. Application deadline: July 24, 2011. To build a diverse workforce Ohio State encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women. EEO/AA employer.

CASE MANAGER Full-time entry level position in community mental health center. Willing to train. Degree required. Knowledge of community resources and experience with SMD clients. Must have Ohio driver’s license/auto. Work primarily in the community. Mileage reimbursement. Salary: $11/hr., Monday thru Friday, 8am-4:30pm. Option of four 10-hour work days after 6 months available. Applications/resumes accepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201, fax to 614-2982227, e-mail to EOE

Central Ohio Technical College The Ohio State University at Newark Regular Positions: • Cashier, Part-time, Seasonal, #9000172 • Webmaster, #9000174 For complete position descriptions, qualifications, and application procedures go to Click on “Search Postings” then “View” at the position title to submit an online application for posted positions. EEO/AA Employer.

Collector Probate collectors needed! East side of Columbus.1 yr. collection experience req.$12/hr + Commission + Benefits. Email resume to hober@innosourceinc.c om or call 614-775-1400.

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

EverDry Waterproofing is hiring Tradeshow Staffers, Must have a valid drivers license and reliable vehicle!! We work fairs and festivals all over the Columbus area and we need YOU!!! Homemakers, Retirees and college students are all welcome!!! Work Part time with full time pay. Hourly rate plus bonuses!!! No Phone or door to door work. No experience necessary. Paid training! Call Ms Everett Mon-Fri 8-5 at 614-850-5600 FRONT OFFICE ESTHETIC RECEPTIONIST PART TIME

Full Time Faculty Position Supply Chain Management Columbus State Com munity College invites ap plications for a full-time, tenure-track instructor po sition in Supply Chain Management. Ideal can didates for the position will have a broad knowl edge of supply chain management, the soft ware used in the industry and experience in global trade. An undergraduate degree in logistics or a closely related discipline is required as is at least 5 years work experience in the industry. Industry cer tifications and teaching experience at the postsecondary level are a plus. Responsibilities include teaching various under graduate courses in sup ply chain management, advising students, as well as providing input and support into pro gram development, stu dent recruiting strategies, and course/curriculum development. This per son will work with various organizations to promote the program and ensure industry needs are met. For more information about the Supply Chain Management program, please visit our website h ttp:// About Columbus State Columbus State Com munity College has been dedicated to meeting the educational needs of the central Ohio community for more than 40 years. The College has grown from an initial enrollment of 67 students in 1963, to its current thriving cam pus of more than 23,000 students. Columbus State is the largest com munity college in Ohio and has the largest offer ing of distance learning courses of any academic institution in the state. Currently, the College of fers more than 55 career programs as well as the option to complete the first two years of a bache lor’s degree. Our downtown campus is conveniently located near in the heart of the city, on 80 acres of beau tifully landscaped grounds. The campus currently consists of more than two dozen buildings, including the newest facility, the Cen ter for Workforce Devel opment. About Columbus Greater Columbus is a flourishing metropolitan area of 1.75 million peo ple (Columbus is the 15th largest city in the U.S.) at the heart of the largest concentration of population and econom ic activity in North Ameri ca. Logistics/Supply Chain Management has been recognized as a key industry for this re gion and for the state as a whole. Already the second-fastest growing major metropolitan area in the Midwest, Colum bus has been recognized by organizations for its leadership in various business and technology areas. How to Apply Detailed information about this position as well as an online applica tion process can be found on the College’s website:

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Employee & Labor Relations Sr. Specialist Assists the Director of ELR in administration and negotiation of Collective Bargaining Agreements and resolution of ELR cases. Master’s in related field strongly preferred or Bachelor’s with equivalent experience. Minimum 3 years experience in ELR field. We offer competitive compensation and outstanding benefits, including educational benefits for employees and eligible dependents. Applications accepted until positions are filled. For full consideration, apply by 7/31/11. For more information and to apply, visit

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The Superior Die, Tool & Machine Co. is a family-owned manufacturer of Stamping Dies and Sheet Metal Stampings. We provide machining services throughout the Midwest for all types of machining work. We have two plants located in Columbus, Ohio servicing the automotive, agriculture and heavy truck industries. We have over ninety (90) years of providing cost-effective solutions to our customers in our manufacturing operations. Current Openings: 1st Shift • CNC Machinist • Maintenance Supervisor • Maintenance Mechanic • Project Engineer (Tool & Die) • Tool & Die Maintenance

2nd Shift CNC Machinist CNC Machinist Lead/Programmer CMM Programmer / Quality Auditor Press Operator - Progressive Tooling Maintenance Mechanic Tool & Die Maintenance We offer a competitive salary, benefit package, including Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance and 401k. To apply, send your resume via MS Word to Or, you mail your resume to 2301 Fairwood Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43207. Indicating the position of interest and salary history / requirements.

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Full-time and temporary GKN Sinter Metals, a whol - workers needed to assist in ly owned subsidiary of residential program. Must GKN plc, is the world’s be HSG or equivalent. leading producer of preci Duties include sion powder metal compo housekeeping, cooking nents and has over 7,000 and assisting clients in dayemployees in 30 locations to-day living skills. on five continents. Our Students encouraged to manufacturing facility locat apply. Must have Ohio ed in Gallipolis, Ohio, is in - driver’s license/auto. Fullcreasing sales and reach time includes benefits, ing new customers. We $8.25/hr with shift are seeking motivated, skil differential for 2nd/3rd led individuals for the fol shifts, lowing positions at our weekdays/weekends. Plant. Applications accepted at NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Production Supervisor is Columbus, OH 43201; eresponsible to oversee, mail or fax monitor, coordinate, train to 614-298-2227 EEO hourly employees, partici pates and leads lean activi Immediate ties. Requires a minimum Need of 4 year degree or equiva Elec. Pallet Jack Operators lent combined education Very fast paced, must be and experience, with a able to lift up to 50lbs strong background in lean consistantly manufacturing, minimum of two years in supervision, CherryPicker/Reach Trucks All shifts needed, must preferably in a union facili have 6 mo’s exp. ty. Be dependable, have reliable transportation Tool Maker is responsible Drug test & National to manufacture, rework, BKGD check required and repair tooling, provide Please apply online at support for machine break downs as applicable and 614-224-6080 gauging upkeep. EDM, CNC and manual lathe ex perience preferred. Re quires High School Diplo ma or GED, 3-6 years ex perience as a tool maker or equivalent combination A well-established logistics of experience and educa and distribution company tion and passing score on in Central Ohio is looking entry test. for an inventory control as sociate. This position will Manufacturing Engineer have accountability for in Performs tasks related to ventory accuracy. Respon manufacturing systems de sibilities will include velopment, improvements shipping/receiving, daily and troubleshooting as re cycle counts, discrepancy lated to equipment and reconciliation, and quality tooling. Requires a BS in control. This position re Mechanical Engineering. quires a motivated individu al with good communica Electrical Engineer is re tion and organizational sponsible to perform tasks skills. We are looking for related to electrical system someone who is detail ori development, and ented, good at multitroubleshooting. Requires tasking and works well in a a BS degree in Electrical high pace environment. Engineering or 8 years of Ideal candidate will have equivalent experience. experience using Microsoft Program Manager is re Applications. Experience sponsible for all customer with Macola Progression is correspondence, manag a plus. Forklift experience ing the APQP process from is required. Competitive sourcing, launch and life pay and benefits offered. cycle of product. Requires Please send resumes and a BS degree in Mechanical salary requirements to Engineering.


QSC (Quality Systems Co ordinator) This position supports the Quality Group by providing administrative expertise regarding the customer requirements and is responsible for loca tion and/or group internal audit program manage ment activities. Requires AS in technical or Business and 2-5 years exp w/auditing and/or adminis trative skills or 5-10 years of equivalent experience. Information Systems Tech nician is responsible for supporting hardware and software within a plant en vironment. Must have su perior customer service skills. Requires minimum of associate’s degree or equivalent experience. GKN offers a comprehen sive benefit package to its employees. If you are qualified, motivated and looking for a great growth opportunity and rewarding challenges; we encourage you to forward your re sume to: Email: hr.gallipolis@ Fax: 740-441-3874 Mail: GKN Sinter Metals, 2160 Eastern Avenue, Gallipolis, OH 45631 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Equal Opportunity Employer

GROUNDSKEEPING FT &/or PT grounds needed at large E. Cols apts. Competitive pay! Benefits (FT only). Drug test req. Please apply in person at Williamsburg Sq., 1863 Bairsford Dr. or fax resumes to 614-866-3920. No phone calls. We are a smoke-free company.

Maryhaven Nutritional Service Tech Candidate must be able to prepare specialty sandwiches and desserts for deli, prepare and deliver snacks to each unit, and follow assigned weekly cleaning schedule. Must be able to drive agency vehicles to transport meals to and from catering sites. Requirements: Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s license, reliable driving record and at least 1-year driving experience. High School Diploma/GED or equivalent experience. Six months experience in general cleaning procedures or equivalent. One year experience in food service and therapeutic diets. Apply in person or send resume to: Human Resources, 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207, Fax: 444-3541, m, or apply on-line at www. EOE

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Outreach Specialist Candidate must be able to coordinate services for homeless persons and maintain contact to move along the continuum into permanent housing; link with providers of recovery services, mental health treatment and housing; assess funds to assist with deposit and first month rent, transportation, furniture, food and other materials needed. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in human service or behavioral science or equivalent and/or Two (2) years experience in the field of chemical dependency and/or mental health. Apply in person or send resume to: Human Resources, 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207, Fax: 444-3541, email:, or apply on-line at EOE

Part-Time Production $10/hr Franklin International is a mid-sized manufacturer of adhesives, sealants and coatings located in South Columbus. We are looking to hire Part-Time Production Associates on 1st and 2nd shift. Previous mfg experience is desired. High School Diploma or GED is required. $10/hr, up to 29 hours per week. Must meet background check, drug screen and physical exam requirements and be willing to work in a dirty, dusty environment. Individuals interested in Part-Time work only, please stop by to obtain an application, M - F, 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM. Franklin International, 2020 Bruck St, Columbus, OH 43207. For directions, please call 614-445-1458. EOE m/f/d/v

Patient Account Rep OSU Pathology Services, LLC Full Time, great benefits Experience in medical billing including insurance claim filing, entering patient demographics, HIPPA/ Compliance rules and excel spreadsheets a plus. E-mail to brenda.mcclurg@ Fax resume’ to 614 784-0546 or send to OSU Pathology Department 700 Ackerman Rd. Suite 265 Columbus, Ohio 43202 Attn: Brenda McClurg Or E-mail katrina.muskaduff@

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Program Manager, Student Life The Program Manager develops and supports student activities and student organizations. Supervises and provides training for student organizations and student activities leaders. Facilitates development of athletic programs and collaborates with student activities services offered by Marion Technical College. Leads campus team providing judicial affairs services and coordinates Ohio State Marion’s CAT (Crisis Assessment Team) activities. Manages student affairs budget. Master’s Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience in program planning and administration; some experience in student affairs.

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Grant Writer/ Project Coordinator Identify grant opportunities, submit proposals (esp. federal agencies). Recruit faculty/staff to participate in educational/clinical projects (e.g. rural health, healthcare systems) to increase impact on healthcare delivery in southeast Ohio/Appalachian region. Act as project coordinator: Monitor grant progress, maintain reports, ensure compliance, supervise staff. Master’s (req’d), Ph.D. (pref ’d) in clinical field relating to medical research. Min. 5 yrs. exp. in educational/clinical research; min. 3 yrs. exp. in grant writing (pref. educational/clinical projects). Must have experience managing projects/ budgets/personnel, demonstrated teamwork skills, customer focus, and ability to innovate. Excellent oral & written communication skills. Must be able to work with faculty, staff & students from diverse backgrounds. Salary commensurate with exp./credentials; excellent benefits! Contact Beth Maxon, PHR, Director, Human Resources, at 740-593-2544 or You must apply online by Aug. 10, 2011 at http://www.ohiouniversityjobs. com/postings/558. An equal opportunity employer.

HELP WANTED GENERAL Retail - Pet Store Petland in Pickerington is currently hiring in our fish dept. We are looking for a fish geek with experience in both freshwater and saltwater environments. Position requires the individual to be able to assist customers with their selections as well as maintain the aquariums. Experience in a retail environment and availabili ty to work retail hours is a must. Apply in person at 1514 Stonecreek Dr. Pickerington, 43147. 614-751-5708 RIDE OPERATORS Ride help needed for Franklin County Fair in Hilliard. July 16 to 23. Please apply at Ride Office on Fairgrounds, July 11-15

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Are you a game-changer? Help us change the game of healthcare. Quantum Health, named one of the Best Places to Work in Columbus for several years now, is looking for top-notch talent to add to its team. We’re a fast growing company that has a ball delivering better healthcare - while lowering healthcare costs. Right now we need all-stars to fill a variety of positions:

• Director, Coordinated Care Services • Director of People Development • Director, Health Management Programs • Manager, Application Development • Information Services Manager • HR Administrator/Recruiter • Business Systems Analysts • Training Manager

Candidates must be able to perform a wide variety of production and maintenance support activities and must have the ability to operate a forklift in a safe and efficient manner. We encourage you to stop in our Obetz location (4033 Alum Creek Dr), or our Columbus location (1165 Alum Creek Dr) to fill out an application at your earliest convenience. EOE - No phone calls


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Executive Director for Ohio College Savings 529 Plan The Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (OTTA), a state agency within the Ohio Board of Regents, is seeking a top-level executive with extensive finance and investment expertise to lead Ohio’s 529 college savings plan, College Advantage. Ohio’s 21-year old plan is one of the most respected, oldest and largest state-sponsored 529 plans in the country with $6.6 billion in AUM. The position is ideally suited for someone with extensive corporate or investment experience wanting to transition to a public service career with a policy mission for helping families achieve their college savings goals. Experience in government relations, public relations, operations and information systems would be beneficial. Must demonstrate proven leadership abilities as well as Board and contract management experience. Minimum of 10 or more years of experience in progressively higher level positions in finance or investments. Position reports to the Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority Board. How to apply: Submit a resume and cover letter to the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 31, 2011.

There is something very special inside our company. You see it reflected in our products, our way of doing business and our relationships with the wider world. And you see it reflected in our safety-first, quality-focused culture, our sense of empowerment and teamwork, and our people. Proud to be the largest yogurt manufacturing plant in the U.S.—the 3rd largest in the world and still growing—every member of our team is committed to our mission to bring health through food to the largest number of people. We now seek mechanically inclined doers, who are open to new ideas, to join our high-tech facility in Minster, Ohio.

Fleet/Warehouse Manager Volunteers of America, Greater Ohio, has an im mediate need for a Fleet/Warehouse Manager. Responsible for day to day operation & management of warehouse & trucking operation including: super vising all warehouse driv ers & helpers, assigning routes, & assisting drivers in locating donors & resolv ing problems encountered on routes. Ensures pickup of donated materials is completed efficiently. Ar ranges for vehicle repairs & ensures proper maint. is being done. Maintains warehouse equipt. includ ing forklifts & baling ma chine. High School Diplo ma or equivalent. Supervi sory experience, organiza tional skills & familiarity with warehouse & trucking operations required. May be required to lift up to 80 lbs. Qualified candidates should email résumé to hr EOE. WAREHOUSE FORKLIFT & PACKERS ALLINES STAFFING has 31 new openings at Restoration Hardware! 10.25/HR 1st shift for fork lift, pickers, packers and unloaders. Clean backgrnd/drug test req’d. Apply Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs 2–3:30PM at 100 Enterprise Parkway West Jefferson, Oh 43162 Questions? Email MBays@

Warehouse Supervisor Dollar General Corporation is one of the fastest growing retailers in the country! We plan to open 600 new stores during 2011 and are looking for proven leaders to join our organization at an exciting time in our company’s history. Our distribution centers support more than 9,200 stores in 35 states and are responsible for receiving, warehousing, and shipping product to our network of retail stores. We are looking for topnotch candidates for our distribution center located at 2505 East Pointe Drive, Zanesville, Ohio. If you have been successful in a front-line supervisory role in a large distribution center or manufacturing environment, this could be the right opportunity for you. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record of success in coaching and developing a team, driving tangible business results, and leading change in a valuescentered environment. As business needs dictate must be flexible to work 1st or 2nd shifts and weekends. Dollar General is an equal opportunity employer.

PRODUCTION 2nd Shift Oberfields LLC , a recognized leader in the concrete products industry is seeking career-minded individuals to work at our Obetz Ohio manufacturing facility. We offer good pay and benefits, and the potential for growth and advancement.


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Assessment Specialist The part-time/contingent Assessment Specialist performs an initial assessment of clients residing in homeless shelters within Franklin County to address treatment issues, life barriers, and other issues impacting client’s ability to gain/maintain housing. In order to be eligible for this position, a candidate must possess independent licensure and have a mental health/AOD background and diagnostic assessment experience. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an on-site fitness room, and generous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities available at Southeast, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail at hr.applications@south EOE

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Special Education Director Crittenton Community School seeks a Special Ed ucation Director responsi ble for educational leader ship for our innovative school for at-risk students. Responsibilities include; fa cilitate implementation of school curriculum, super vise teachers, monitor compliance with ODE regu lations, and work closely with parents and students to ensure a meaningful academic experience. Bachelor’s degree in edu cation; teaching experi ence with Intervention Spe cialist Certification re quired. Two years adminis trative experience prefer red. Experience working with at-risk students strong ly preferred. Interested applicants may submit their resume to: Directions for Youth & Families Attn: Human Resources/ Job Code LG 1515 Indianola Avenue Columbus, OH 43201 614-294-3247 FAX email: Directions for Youth & Families is an EOE M/F/D/V EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Non-profit behavioral health organization. Re sponsible for the overall mgmt of the agency, su pervision of programs, fis cal oversight, grant compli ance, contract negotia tions, public relations, net working, advocacy, fundraising, personnel re cruitment, development, and evaluation. Min. of BA in a related field is re quired. 4 years working with a non-profit agency with mgmt exp., strong teaching, counseling, or consulting skills, back ground in behavioral health, exp. in financial mgmt and development, and knowledge of program funding sources, including grant opportunities and waiver program are prefer red. Full-time based on a written contract with a suc cessful candidate. Salary, benefits, and vacation and personal leave are negotia ble. Interested candidates should forward a letter of interest, resume and refer ences no later than August 12, 2011 to: Russell Nesbitt Services, Inc. 953 Natinoal Rd. Box 174 Wheeling, WV 26003 E.O.E Mental Health

General Mental Health Therapist The Adult and Family Therapist provides clinical services to individuals, couples, families and groups in the Adult Counseling program. This person is responsible for diagnostic assessments, assessing counseling needs, development of individual service plans, provision of counseling and all required documentation. This clinician will lead and co-lead a variety of groups, including but not limited to, domestic violence, anger management, and trauma. AOD knowledge and scope of practice preferred. Evening hours required. LSW/LPC required. We offer many great benefits, including health, dental, vision, 401(k), an on-site fitness room, and generous time off. If you are interested in learning more about opportunities available at Southeast, Inc. send resume to: Southeast Inc., HR Dept., 16 W. Long St., Columbus, OH 43215 or e-mail at hr.applications@ EOE

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Due to our recent growth, the following positions are currently available: • HR Manager • HR Associate • Production/Processing Operators • Maintenance Mechanics • Maintenance Interns • Reliability Engineers • Continuous Improvement Engineers • Corporate Packaging Engineer • Automation Engineer To learn more and to apply, visit: (Reference Columbus when selecting media source) EOE

Battelle seeks a Research Scientist to perform analysis and consulting services for federal and industrial clients. Responsibilities include environmental restoration and contamination clean-up activities for soil, groundwater, and waste remediation and contaminated site cleanup; conduct third-party evaluation of drinking water treatment technologies. Prepare research proposals, technical reports, technical papers for publications, and present technical presentations to clients and at conferences. Req. Ph.D. in environmental, civil or chemical engineering or related field, with concentration in environmental restoration. Send resume to Angela Fox, 505 King Ave., Columbus, OH 43201.

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OFFICE MANAGER FT office manager needed for growing home theater/security company. Primary duties include answering phones, cus tomer service, data entry, billings and collections. Must be highly organized self-starter & possess excellent verbal and written communication skills for extensive customer and staff interaction. Good Microsoft Office skills required; experience with QuickBooks preferred. Send resume incl. salary history to Joe@


Call Center Must have 6 mo’s Call center experience Min. typing 25 wpm. Knowledge of Microsoft office. Apply on line 614-224-6080 EOE/M/F/D/N Administrative Assistant A small, non-profit insur ance organization in Upper Arlington is seeking an ad ministrative assistant. This is a full time position in a pleasant, business casual environment with good benefits. Salary is com mensurate with experi ence. Duties include re ception, handling and di recting incoming calls, serving the secretarial needs of the officer group, and other general clerical and administrative serv ices. Advancement oppor tunities are available. Re quirements are: 1. Five or more yrs of relat ed exp. 2. Proficiency with Micro soft Office and Internet 3.Detail oriented and accu rate 4.Willingness to learn and participate in employer training programs 5.Some insurance or ac counting knowledge prefer red Send resume to: OIGA, 1840 Mackenzie Dr, Co lumbus, OH 43220 Or email to:

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CORE SITE Columbus CORE Offices All applications must be submitted Office Administrator online at the following link: Bodine Perry LLC, a re www.ohiouniversityjobs. gional CPA firm with 30 as com/postings/529 sociates in Columbus, is seeking an office adminis Application Deadline: trator. This person will be July 24, 2011 hands-on with general of For questions, fice support including as please e-mail sembly of tax returns and or call financial statements; super 740-593-1645 vise at least one staff mem ber; and be responsible for We seek a candidate with all aspects of a smoothly a commitment in working running office including effectively with students, billing and timekeeping. faculty and staff from diThe successful candidate verse backgrounds. Ohio will be organized, efficient, University is an Equal detail-oriented, and have Opportunity/ Affirmative Acoffice communication skills tion Employer. developed while working at least two years in a similar TRANSCRIPTIONIST/ environment. Email re FILE CLERK sume and cover letter to: Full-time position in community mental health center. Must be HSG or equivalent with ability to type 55 wpm. One year experience in use of electronic dictating/transcribing equipment required. Experience with document imaging, switchboard operations, filing and record work preferred. OFFICE Salary: $11/hr. Hours: Mon thru Fri, 8am-5pm. ADMINISTRATOR Applications accepted at The Office of the VP for NCMHS, 1301 N. High St., Student Affairs seeks quali- Columbus, Ohio 43201, fax fied applicants for the posi- to 614-298-2227 or e-mail tion of Office Administrator. to EEO Candidates are required to be customer service orientHELP WANTED ed, have a Bachelor’s DeFOOD SERVICE/ gree, and a minimum of HOSPITALITY two years office management experience. To learn more or apply online Chef/Assistant please visit: Director of Food http://www.ohiouniversity Services Worthington Christian OFFICE CLERK Dublin small law firm seek - Village is a great place to work offering a total ing FT office clerk. Duties ministry to the Senior for this fast paced position include telephone recep - Adults of Central Ohio. We tion, filing, data entry, mail are currently seeking a full time Chef/Assistant pickup, processing of both Director of Food Services. incoming and outgoing This is a working chef mail, processing and han position that requires dling of documents and experience, and serves as files. Position requires high school diploma or bet - the assistant to our Food Service Director, guiding ter and computer, data en and managing staff try, communication, filing, throughout our office equipment and multicommunity. tasking skills. Benefits in cluded. Email resume to Please submit your resume kpmail@ to or fax to (614)842-9541. or send to PO Box 1209 Dublin, Ohio 43017 Worthington Christian Village Community news Sports Videos Contests

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Top Individual Performances: No. 4

Wildcats’ Smith shined in 22-inning marathon By SCOTT HENNEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Courtney Smith remembers it like it was yesterday, even though it was more than five years ago. The emotion. The excitement. The exhaustion. The strikeouts. The grand slam. Especially the grand slam. In May 2006, Smith, a standout senior pitcher for the Hilliard Davidson High School softball team, went headto-head with Sarah Phillips of Olentangy Liberty for 22 innings in a Di-

vision I district final at Pickerington Central. The three-day marathon wasn’t decided until Smith hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 22nd for a 4-1 victory. Smith also had 29 strikeouts, the 11th highest total in state history for an extra-inning game, according to the Ohio High School Athletic Association. In 2010, Hayley Flynn of Duncan Falls Philo set the state record with 55 strikeouts in 24 innings against Thornville Sheridan. “The biggest thing I remember is this wave of emotion,” Smith said. “I

was exhausted and excited both at the same time. It was amazing.” It remains the longest OHSAA softball tournament game. Liberty and Davidson played seven scoreless innings on May 17, were rained out and never took the field on May 18 and played 15 innings on May 19. “The first day (the teams) were neck and neck and I don’t think anyone had a hit,” Smith said. “I remember it rained for like three or four hours (on May 17) and there were no lights (at Pickerington Central). “When we got rain the second day

(May 18), I was really nervous because we had been playing well before the rain came. We were all really anxious to get out there and didn’t want to wait another day.” Smith’s counterpart also had an impressive performance. Phillips struck out 30, which ties her for ninth in the state record book with Medina’s Jessica Miller in 1999, but she also surrendered Smith’s district-title winning home run. “I think she said it was a riseball, but I don’t think so because I wouldn’t have hit it if it was (a riseball),”

Smith said. “Maybe I got out ahead of the pitch before it started to move or maybe it didn’t move. I knew it was high and I was able to make contact and get it over the fence.” It was the first home run Smith had hit at any level. She played one season at the University of Indianapolis and never hit another homer. “I would have to say the grand slam was better (than the 29 strikeouts),” said Smith, who had 77 wins at Davidson. “It was my first homer ever and See SMITH, page C2


Athletes learn to deal with adversity The achievements of the high school student-athletes writing in my summer series are notable and numerous. They have won state championships in bowling, football, golf, wrestling and track and field. They have achieved great individual and team success. But along the way there LARRY have been defeats and disLARSON appointments. Each of these seniors-to-be explains how he or she has learned to handle adversity. Michela Paradiso, Upper Arlington, soccer and basketball: “I have a picture of myself after losing to Dublin Coffman in the regional Division I championship game my sophomore year on my bedroom wall. I see it every morning when I wake up. I think it is important to remember what defeat feels like as it creates motivation to improve and the desire and drive to never feel like that again.” Faith Washington, Reynoldsburg, track: “Disappointment is the goal that you failed to accomplish. Defeat is when you fail to try again. Never give up.” Napoleon Bell, Hartley, football and wrestling: “To be the best, one must experience defeat. One must know his mistakes and know where he does not want to be again.” Morgan Ransom, Columbus Academy, golf: “No matter how good you are there will always be disappointments. My advice is to move on and learn from your mistakes because defeat will make you stronger.” Austin Cuervo, St. Charles, golf: “I handle defeat and disappointment as fuel to go out and work even harder to be more prepared.” Chase Delande, Hilliard Davidson, football and wrestling: “Just tell yourself that you don’t ever want to feel that pain of losing again and that you need to work much harder to be successful.” Jimmy Gammill, New Albany, football: “Use defeat and disappointment as a means to grow and work harder. Then simply move on and do better next time.” Jake Blankenship, Gahanna, pole vault: “Don’t let disappointment and defeat get to you because everyone has down days and if you worry a lot about it then things will continue to go down and will do more harm than good.” Mary Wells, Westerville Central, bowling: “Defeat and disappointment are part of any game you play. What is important is that you are gracious in both victory and defeat.” Speaking of being gracious, win or lose, the student-athletes next week will discuss how they view respect and sportsmanship in competition. I’ll see you at a game.

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Ohio State’s Kendyl Reed, a 2009 Kilbourne graduate, goes up for a header during a game against Minnesota last season. After scoring 36 goals in her final three seasons in high school, Reed has one goal and two assists in her first two seasons at Ohio State. She might move from midfield to defense in the coming season.

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Reed accepts new role at OSU By PAUL BATTERSON ThisWeek Community Newspapers Kendyl Reed and Liz Sullivan met long before they helped the Ohio State women’s soccer team advance to its first College Cup. The thought of playing for the Buckeyes never entered their minds, Reed said. They were 7 years old. “I never really thought about that kind of stuff,” said Reed, a 2009 Worthington Kilbourne High School graduate. “I never thought Liz and I would be together for so long or be this successful.” Reed and Sullivan, a 2008 Olentangy Liberty graduate, were part of unprecedented success for the Buckeyes last year.

Not only did Ohio State reach the Final Four, where it lost a national semifinal to Notre Dame 1-0 on Dec. 3 in Cary, N.C., it matched the program-record for wins with a 17-5-2 record and earned a share of its first Big Ten Conference title by tying Penn State with an 8-2 league mark. In the postseason, Ohio State defeated St. Francis (Pa.) 1-0, Dayton (4-2 in penalty kicks after a scoreless tie), Virginia 3-2 and Georgetown 2-0 to reach the College Cup. “It was kind of surreal. We didn’t really feel nervous because we had never been that far,” Reed said. “I was just kind of taking it all in and just enjoying the moment.” Reed said a 1-0 loss to Michigan State in the 2009 regular-season finale served

as motivation for last year. The loss cost the Buckeyes a chance to win the Big Ten title. “Being so close to that Big Ten championship was really frustrating, but at the same time it sparked a fire in us,” Reed said. “We wanted to at least win the Big Ten last year. That continuous drive was the main thing that kept us going all year.” Reed has been working to adapt to the college game. She scored 36 goals in her final three years at Kilbourne, including 12 with 15 assists as a senior to earn OCC-Central Division Player of the Year honors. But in her first two seasons with the Buckeyes, Reed had one goal and two assists.

“It’s a completely different level,” said Reed, who played in every game last season with one start. “The speed of play is 10 times faster. “In high school I was able to get by on just my physical abilities. In college everyone is at the same level of athleticism. In order to stand out you have to have that special skill and be smart on the field. You can’t rely on your natural talent. You have to keep working on your skills.” Sullivan, who has been named captain for the 2011 season, said she has seen Reed’s game evolve. “Kendyl is the one I have played with the longest on the team and I always See REED, page C3

Legion Baseball

Post 239 repeats as District 12 champion By FRANK DiRENNA

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Larry Larson is a former athlet- Dan Eurich (with helmet) of Worthington Post 239 celebrates with his teammates after hitting a ics director at Grandview High grand slam in the fourth inning during a 16-4 drubbing of Gahanna Post 797G in the District 12 championship game July 16 at Thomas Worthington. School.

The Worthington Post 239 baseball team turned in a dominating performance in winning its second consecutive American Legion District 12 tournament. Post 239 won three games convincingly, capped by a 16-4 victory in seven innings over Gahanna Post 797G on July 16 at Thomas Worthington High School. Post 239, which improved to 24-9, begins state tournament play Monday, July 25, at Beavers Field in Lancaster. The tournament draw takes place Sunday, July 24. Post 239, which finished 2-2 in last season’s state tournament and 30-6 overall, is seeking its first state championship since 1993. “It will be an eye-opener a little bit when they go down to Lancaster and play,” Post 239 coach Jim Townsend said. “We were there last year and we won two and lost two. It’s good competition. It’s what we’re used

season. We’re going to have to play our best baseball to win down there.” After receiving a first-round bye, top-seeded Post 239 defeated Don Gentile Post 532W (Westland) 11-1 in seven innings on July 13 and Post 797G 9-3 on July 14. Post 797G earned another chance to face Post 239 in the double-elimination tournament by beating Columbus (Hartley) Post 430 8-1 earlier on July 16. Post 797G needed a win against Post 239 to force another game July 17. Instead, Post 239 broke open a close game with four runs in the fourth inning and six in the sixth. Leading 5-4 in the fourth, center fielder Dan Eurich, who is in his first season with Post 239, delivered the big hit — a towering grand slam to left field. “It definitely got all the momentum back,” Eurich said. See POST 239, page C2

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Davidson pitcher Courtney Smith struck out 29 batters and hit the game-winning grand slam in the bottom of the 22nd inning in a 2006 Division I district final.


Counting down to No. 1 ThisWeek Community Newspapers has been around for 22 years. That timeframe was used as the basis to compile a top-10 list of the top individual performances we’ve covered. Along with the experienced sports staff at ThisWeek and Steve Blackledge, high school reporter at The Columbus Dispatch, we arrived at a top-10 list. Below are Nos. 5-10. Check back next week for No. 3 and let us know your thoughts at

Continued from page C1 just to be able to finally end that game.” Liberty took a 1-0 lead in the top of the 22nd. Rebecca Adam hit a two-out double and moved to third on a single by Phillips. Emily Capretta followed with a liner that went off the glove of shortstop Cassady Busellato, scoring Adam. “It was a pitchers’ battle the whole time and we both gave up runs in the 22nd inning,” Smith said. “We went into the last inning with clear heads and ready to finish it.” Erin Roberts led off the bottom of the 22nd with a single before Lauren Espe and Meredith Parish followed with bunt singles to load the bases. Smith didn’t waste time, sending the first offering from Phillips over the left-field fence. “(Phillips) had retired like 13 or 14 in a row before we came up in the 22nd, so having our No. 9 batter, Erin Roberts, come up and get a hit was big,” Davidson coach Angelo Forte said. “Then Lauren Espe and Meredith Parish followed with bunts to load the bases and then (Liberty) shaded Courtney to right field. She had only hit one ball in her life to right field, so I was hoping she could get the ball to fall in left field so we could win it. (The grand slam) was something I never saw coming.” The Wildcats advanced to a regional semifinal at Ohio State, where they lost to Marysville 12-1 to finish the season 23-7. Davidson catcher Kaylyn Heading said the district final was the kind of game that a player never forgets. “It was 22 innings and those type of games just don’t come around often,” said Heading, who played four seasons at Rio Grande and graduated in 2010 with a degree in professional and business communication. “Courtney pitched great and then came up and got the big hit like she had throughout the season. It was a pretty magical ending. It’s still pretty cool, even today.” Forte said the game might never have reached the 22nd inning had a rule change not been made before the 2006 season. Before that, after games reached the 10th inning, they were played according to international rules. That meant at the beginning of

NOS. 5-10: 10. MAURICE HALL, Brookhaven football (Oct. 27, 2000) — During a season in which he rushed for 3,057 yards to rank fifth on Ohio’s all-time list, Hall’s most memorable individual performance came during the final week of the regular season. The Bearcats beat Briggs 75-16 as Hall rushed for 411 yards and eight touchdowns on 19 carries. 9. LATOYA TURNER, Pickerington girls basketball (March 19, 1999) — The 6-foot-4 senior helped the Tigers advance to the Division I state final with her 29-point performance in a 51-35 win over Wadsworth. The Ohio State recruit made 12 of 14 shots from the floor and was 5-for-6 from the free-throw line while adding five rebounds, four steals and two assists. 8. DARCY FISHBACK, Upper Arlington girls swimming (Feb. 27-28, 2009) — During preliminaries Feb. 27, Fishback broke the state record in the 100-yard butterfly when she finished in 53.38 seconds. She won her fourth state title in the event the next day in 54.17 seconds. Fishback also

each half inning, a runner was placed at second base with no outs. “We lost a district final that way to Mount Vernon (3-1 in 10 innings in 2002) and I had been pushing to get the rule changed for years,” Forte said. “I had been on both sides of the international tiebreaker, but I think the game is much-improved without it.” Before Smith’s grand slam, it was her right fielder and catcher who combined to make the game’s biggest play 11 innings earlier. Phillips was at second base with two outs in the top of the 11th when Kellie Schultz singled to right field. Phillips hesitated as she rounded third as right fielder Abbey Parsley threw to Heading. There was a collision at the plate, but Heading held on to the ball to end the scoring threat. “Courtney had a great individual performance, but we made some great defensive plays across the board and that (play at the plate) was definitely one of those,” Forte said. “I was talking to Abbey last week and she said that it was one of the most memorable plays she had as a

swam on two state-record relays, the 200 medley (1:43.59) and the 200 freestyle (1:34.24). 7. CHARLES JOHNSON, Watkins Memorial boys basketball (Feb. 24, 1995) — There have been few more surprising performances than what this 5-8 senior guard accomplished in leading the Warriors to a 93-87 overtime upset of second-seeded and state-ranked London in the second round of the Division II district tournament. Watkins Memorial was just 1-19 entering the matchup but got 57 points from Johnson, who made 19 of 34 from floor, including eight 3-pointers, and was 11-for-15 from the free-throw line. He added eight rebounds, six steals and five assists. 6. KHALILAH CARPENTER, Brookhaven girls track and field (June 2-3, 2000) — At the 2000 Division I state meet, the junior broke the meet and state records in the 100 meters with a time of 11.59 seconds on June 2. The next day, she won the 100 in 11.71 and the 200 title in 23.69, a time that lowered the state mark she already held. 5. JEFF BACKES, Upper Arlington football (Dec. 2, 2000) — In leading the Golden Bears to the Division I state title, the 5-9, 180-pound senior turned in a performance worthy of the Ohio Mr. Football award that he had received days earlier. Backes rushed for 183 yards and two touchdowns on 32 carries and preserved a 159 victory over Solon at Fawcett Stadium in Canton with an interception with less than a minute remaining.

softball player.” Along with her 29 strikeouts, Smith surrendered 14 hits and issued two walks, one in the sixth and one in the 11th. The Wildcats had 16 hits against Phillips. “That game was a duel between Courtney and Sarah Phillips,” Heading said. “Courtney was always one to find ways to get people out. I remember her riseball, screwball and changeup were working. She just found ways to, not necessarily strike them out, but to get people out.” Smith graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2010 with a marketing degree. She stayed in Indianapolis and works in communications for an economic development firm called Develop Indy. “I was talking to a guy from work last week who was a swimmer in high school,” Smith said. “I told him about it and he thought it was great and really had an appreciation that I had played in a game like that. It definitely was a game that I’ll never forget.”

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POST 239 “They were starting to catch up to us. We got a bunch of guys on base and my hit definitely got the momentum back for our guys, and we ended up doing really well the rest of the game.” Eurich also had a double in the sixth and an RBI single in a four-run first. A 2011 Worthington Kilbourne graduate, he is hoping to play at Ohio State as a walk-on. Third baseman Will Meador tripled, doubled, singled and had three RBI for Post 239, while designated hitter Sam Adams doubled and singled. “We got off to a little bit of a sluggish start,” Townsend said. “Danny’s home run was a big lift for us. I thought we were a little bit flat, but that hit sparked us a little bit and (Post 797G) just ran out of pitching. I thought that might be the case.” David Lykens pitched the first three-plus innings for Post 239, allowing four runs on seven hits. He struck out two and walked one. After allowing four hits to begin the fourth, Lykens was

Berlin named Wolves’ girls tennis coach Ken Berlin, an instructor at the Racquet Club of Columbus, has been hired to replace Bobbie Davis as girls tennis coach at Worthington Kilbourne High School, athletics director Jeff Todd said. Berlin is the fourth coach in program history. Davis, who recently stepped down as coach, started the program in 1991 and coached through 2002 before leaving for health reasons. After coaching the team in 2004, she stepped down for personal reasons only to return again in 2006. Last season, the Wolves finished 11-5 overall and 5-2 in the OCC-Central Division. They finished the OCC-Central tournament with 47 points to tie Hilliard Davidson for third in the final league standings, behind champion Upper Arlington (7-0, 86). Under Davis, the Wolves won league titles in 1999, 2000, 2004 and 2005.

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and Austin Dubois had RBI singles. “I’m happy with the season,” said Post 797G coach Mark Cararo, whose team finished 20-11. “There were some games that we gave away, but overall I’m very happy with it.” Post 430, which finished 3-15, defeated Westerville Post 171C (Central) 3-2 on July 15 to remain alive in the tournament. Alex Heinmiller threw 140 pitches to get win. He allowed seven hits, struck out three and walked seven. “I’m not happy with the record, but one thing I’m happy about is we sent two teams out of the tournament,” said coach Mark Heinmiller, Alex’s father, whose team also eliminated Post 532W 8-5 on July 14. “We didn’t quit. We could have thrown in the towel real easily. I’m proud of the character of my boys. We’re young and we struggled throughout the season, but they didn’t throw in the towel, so that is what I was looking for.”

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relieved by Alio Gasbarro, who pitched four shutout innings. Gasbarro allowed two hits, struck out three and walked one. Post 797G took its lone lead in the first inning on Peyton Ross’ RBI double, which scored Alec Tuohy to make it 1-0. Eurich, Collin Finn and Cody Strayer had RBI singles in the bottom of the inning and Finn added another RBI single in the third for a 5-1 lead. Ross led off the fourth with a home run to left, Christian Chiero had an RBI single and Alex Tanchevski added an RBI double to close Post 797G to within 5-4. Post 239, however, reclaimed control in the bottom of the inning. “I felt the momentum turn a little bit at that point,” Ross said. “I felt good after that. We scored more runs that inning and made it a closer game. We did well this season. There were some little things that we could have perfected, but overall we did well as a team.” Against Post 430, Post 797G scored five runs in the third to open a 7-0 lead. Collin Price

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Kendall Prince, who will be attending Ohio State this fall, got a jump on her college career by winning the American Junior Golf Association’s Columbus Junior presented by the Memorial Tournament. Prince, who is from Lake Oswego, Ore., shot an even-par 71 in the final round to finish with a three-day total of 6-over 219 and win her third AJGA event. The tournament was held July 11-14 at the Ohio State Golf Club’s Scarlet Course. “It felt great to defend the home turf,” Prince told “I now know that I can play this course well and play it smart. I have a lot of confidence going into next year.” Prince finished ahead of Watterson High School’s Lauren Grogan (225). Also competing from central Ohio were Marysville’s Tess Frasier (234, sixth), Gahanna’s Sierra Everson (238, ninth), Columbus Academy’s Morgan Ransom (249, 13th), Watterson’s Erin Harper (251, 14th), Olentangy Liberty’s Julie Lechner (254, 16th), Westerville Central’s Sana Khan (259,

18th) and Gina Son (259, T-19th) and Worthington Kilbourne’s Natalie Irwin (285, 23rd). On the boys side, Tee-k Kelly of Wheaton, Ill., birdied Nos. 17 and 18 in the final round for a two-stroke victory over Matthew Gerard of Rocky River. Kelly had a three-day total of 1over 214 and Gerard shot 216. There was a four-way tie for third at 218 that included Hilliard Darby’s Joo-Young Lee and Dublin Jerome’s Mert Selamet. Also competing from central Ohio were Dublin Coffman’s Satoshi Tanaka (219, T-seventh) and Thomas Dunne (225, T-19th), St. Charles’ Alex Carpenter (226, T-21), Pickerington North’s Scot Sapp (226, T-21) and Garrett Brickley (227, T-26), St. Charles’ Nate Yankovich (228, T-28), Hilliard Bradley’s Jonathan Ransone (231, T35), Coffman’s Jack Sparling (233, T-41), St. Charles’ Matthew Moosavian (238, T-55), Pickerington North’s Andrew Thompson (240, T61), Jerome’s Blake Stewart (242, T-63), Upper Arlington’s Jake Nolan (246, 65), Dublin resident Alex Kuns (250, T-66), Upper Arlington’s Jud Millhon (250, T-66) and Dublin resident David Shepherd (258, 69).

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Schools announce coaching vacancies The following central Ohio schools are seeking coaches: Dublin Scioto — Girls lacrosse. Contact athletics director Kip Witchey at (614) 717-2468. Hilliard Davidson — Assistant junior varsity softball. Send letter of interest and résumé to head coach Angelo Forte at Northridge — Boys freshman, junior varsity and assistant varsity basketball. Girls eighthgrade and junior varsity volleyball. Contact athletics director Wayne Howard at Olentangy Liberty — Assistant girls basketball, junior varsity girls tennis, junior varsity volleyball. Send letter of interest and résumé by July 31 to Tom Gerhardt, athletics director, Liberty High School, 3584 Home Road, Powell 43065, or email Westerville North — Boys club lacrosse. Send letter of interest and résumé with at least two references by Aug. 1 to Bob Buck, 30 Kim Court West, Westerville 43081, or email

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Nathan and Michelle Hurd are organizing a 5K to be held July 30 to raise money for SIDS research. Their infant son, Will, died almost two years ago. The Hurds are pictured with their sons, Nate, 4, who is holding a picture of Will, Sam, 6, and Jack, 11 months.

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every 100,000 births in the United States. Since 1983, the number of SIDS deaths has fallen by more than 50 percent, but there are about 2,500 deaths per year in the U.S., according to websites dedicated to SIDS prevention. Last year, the BabyWill.Org/SIDS Awareness run raised more than $17,000 for research. Hurd said the event attracted two types of participants. “We have a lot of passionate runners who participate. (In Columbus) there’s a vibrant running community and it amazes me how big and how passionate that group is,” he said. “The other group was families who have been personally impacted or know someone who has been affected by SIDS.” He said the event attracted several families who brought with them people to represent children who had died from SIDS. “There were more people there that we didn’t know than ones that we did,” he said. “It was very moving to see people show support for such a great cause. But on the other hand, it reminds you how serious the cause is because we have a personal connection to it.” Michelle Hurd said it was emotional watching more than 400 runners and walkers at the start of last year’s event. “There was a sea of emotions going on,” she said. “It was the first anniversary of Will’s death and I was due to have a (Caesarean) section two days later. It was hard remembering what had happened a year ago and here I was getting ready to have our fourth child.” The registration fee is $30 for adults and $20 for children 12 to 18 who sign up before Friday, July 15. It is $35 and $25 for those who sign up after July 15. Visit BabyWill.Org for information.

At the end of his eulogy for his 2-month-old son, Will, on Aug. 7, 2009, Nathan Hurd urged mourners to take action. “I told people, ‘When you think of our family, don’t think about how sad it is that we lost a child, embrace the commitment to make a difference and do something positive,’” said Hurd, a Grove City resident whose son died of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). His words struck a chord with family and friends, who approached Hurd’s father-in-law, Bill Brestle, about organizing what became the BabyWill.Org/SIDS Awareness 5-kilometer run. The second annual event will be held July 30 at downtown Columbus’ Genoa Park on the riverfront side of the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), 333 W. Broad St. Sign-in for the event is at 7:30 a.m. and the race begins at 8 a.m. After family and friends organized the inaugural event, Nathan and Michelle Hurd and their children — Sam (6), Nate (4) and Jack (11 months) — are more involved this year. The event will take place nearly two years to the day that Will died of SIDS. “Originally that date wasn’t our choice,” Nathan Hurd said. “Our friends and family decided to do it on that day because they were really looking out for us. “An event like this is for a very serious cause and we’re so emotionally invested in it. At the same time, you can’t be sad. The hardest part has been working through our grief while staying positive and optimistic that someday the medical community will solve SIDS.” SIDS, the leading cause of death in otherwise healthy babies between the ages of 1 month and 1 year, is responsible for about 50 deaths per

know she will be the hardest working person on the field,” said Sullivan, who played club soccer with Reed through Ohio Premier. “I’ve seen her play in the game really mature and develop. She’s a huge asset for our team.” Reed, listed as a forward/midfielder on Ohio State’s roster last year, might join Sullivan on defense this season. “Accepting your role on the team was hard at first, but you realize your role is for the betterment of the team,” Reed said. “When you’re coming into college, you come in as one of the best on your high school team. But everyone on your college team was one of the best on their high school team. You have to take the backseat for a little bit while and learn the ropes.” While her role on the field may have changed from high school, her commitment to soccer and academics hasn’t wavered. Reed, who had a 4.0 gradepoint average in high school, was named an Ohio State scholar-athlete and was one of 19 members of the women’s soccer team named academic allBig Ten. A student-athlete must have at least a 3.0 GPA to earn the honors. “I have a real high standard for myself. I make myself be committed,” said Reed, who has a 3.88 GPA and is majoring in accounting. “I push myself in both academics and athletics. It’s not just one or the other. “The busier you are the less time you have to goof around. You have to focus on what you need to do instead of doing things that aren’t necessary.”

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Defections leave future MSL alignment unclear Return of Licking County League also affects OCC By SCOTT HENNEN ThisWeek Community Newspapers

The Mid-State League likely is headed for realignment, but interim commissioner Jim Hayes doesn’t know what the conference will look like after the 2012-13 school year. Hayes, who is the athletics director at Teays Valley and chair of the MSL’s realignment and expansion committee, believes the league likely will have to add schools. “We have six schools leaving after the 2012-13 school year and that leaves 18 in the league,” said Hayes, who took over on an interim basis after Frank Pergolizzi resigned as MSL commissioner in the spring. “Right now, I wish I knew what we are going to do. There is no clear direction on what we will do.” In the spring, MSL-Ohio Division members Granville, Heath, Lakewood, Licking Valley and Newark Catholic announced they would be leaving to join a re-established Licking County League (LCL). Licking Heights of the MSL-Cardinal also will be leaving for the LCL. “We could have three six-team divisions (with the 18 remaining schools) or two nine-school divisions, but neither of those has very much support,” Hayes said. “A lot of schools are worried about increased travel and competing against new schools that they don’t have a history with and they don’t know a lot about them. They want competitive balance and they are not sure about new schools.” Schools showing interest in joining the MSL include Chillicothe, Fairfield Christian, Grove City Christian, Logan and Worthington Christian. Another potential problem comes from the OCC looking to replace Watkins Memorial, which will be joining the six MSL schools in the LCL. OCC commissioner Dave Cecutti said MSL schools looking to fill that void include Bexley, Canal Winchester, Grandview, Hamilton Township, Teays Valley and Whitehall. Chillicothe, Logan and Marion Harding also applied for the OCC as well as Jonathan Alder, which has since joined the Marion County-based Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference (MOAC). Cecutti said he expects the 32-school OCC to find a replacement for Watkins Memorial in the next few weeks, but there also is a possibility that the conference could expand.

At a glance The Mid-State League will undergo changes after six schools announced in the spring that they will be leaving at the end of the 2012-13 school year. Below is the current alignment: •MSL-Buckeye — Amanda-Clearcreek, Bloom-Carroll, Canal Winchester, Circleville, Fairfield Union, Hamilton Township, Logan Elm and Teays Valley •MSL-Cardinal — Berne Union, Fisher Catholic, Grandview, Harvest Prep, Liberty Union, *Licking Heights, Millersport and West Jefferson •MSL-Ohio — Bexley, Columbus Academy, *Granville, *Heath, *Lakewood, *Licking Valley, *Newark Catholic and Whitehall *Leaving MSL after 2012-13 school year

“The one-for-one swap (of a new school to replace Watkins Memorial) is there, but we’re also looking into adding another (eight-team) division,” Cecutti said. “If it’s in our best interest to add a fifth division then it’s something we will do. “I really don’t know for sure what direction we will be going, but we are looking into all available options.” Hayes expects the MSL to remain in three divisions, even if only five teams join the conference. That will mean two eight-team divisions and one with seven teams. “We are staying with the possibility of adding five new schools and having 23 teams in the league,” Hayes said. “It seems to be the idea with the most support. I think, for the big picture, that’s the best scenario.” Bloom-Carroll athletics director Chad Little said it might be time for change if only for the fast growth of suburban schools. “Licking Heights was outgrowing everyone (in the MSL-Cardinal) and Bloom-Carroll is the smallest school in the MSL-Buckeye,” Little said. “When you are going up against (large-enrollment) schools like Canal (Winchester) and Teays Valley, especially in sports like football, you worry about injuries. You have concerns for the well-being of the kids.” As for a timetable for restructuring the MSL, Hayes would like to have things in order by the end of the calendar year. “My desire, as I shared with athletics directors and superintendents, is to know what we are doing by December,” he said. “Doing that will meet the guidelines of our league constitution. We (as a league) can vote on changes in either December or May, and we want to have things in line by December.”

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FAB 5 By Jim Fischer

This edition of the Fab Five starts with four pairs of shows, leading up to our interview with Dave Koz, who plays the Jazz & Rib Fest — itself a perfect pair if ever there was one. Summer season for resi-

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A better show theme moniker might not exist than “Rhapsody in Zoo: A Gershwin Celebration,” which is on tap Friday, July 22, at JazZoo, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra’s summer concert series at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. The Gershwin tribute features Bobby Floyd’s take on Rhapsody in Blue as well as timeless classics like Someone to Watch Over Me and Embraceable You. Tickets are $27-$15, and include zoo admission. Call (614) 724-3485 or call the Jazz Arts Group about table reservations at (614) 2945200. We can still picture the red and black Atlantic Records logo on our 45 RPM of The Spinners’Rubberband Man. Other hits, like Working My Way Back to You and Then Came You found The Spinners deftly melding soul, disco and the Motown vocalgroup vibes. The group joins the Columbus Symphony Orchestra for its Picnic with the Pops concert Saturday, July

Gardening: Checking out the bio and MO of California rock-reggae quintet Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, we were disinclined to buy in. But appealing melodies, adept singing and crisp, nifty playing quickly changed our tune. Check ’em out for yourself Friday, July 22, at The Basement — great stuff for a summer Friday night. Tickets are $10/$12. Call 1-800-745-3000. The Black Lillies are a new “old” country band, but not in the straight-up honky-tonk sense. The Black Lillies inspire and aspire, while embracing other Americana influences like folk and the blues. Led by singer Cruz Contreras, The Black Lillies will play Woodlands Tavern Thursday, July 28. Tickets are $10. Call (614) 299-4987.


23, on the lawn at Chemical Abstracts Service. Tickets are $20 for adults and $8 for children age 3-14. For tickets or other information, call (614) 228-8600. Guitar (demi-)gods: Ahh, the Nuge. It’s easy to forget any more that Ted Nugent is a guitar slinger par excellence. He knows from rock n’ roll riffing and maintains a stage presence as crazy as ever. He hits the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion stage Friday, July 22. Tickets are $25. Call 1-800-745-3000. Nugent contemporary Johnny Winter is as revered as the aforementioned Nuge — Winter for his blues guitar brilliance. Snappy licks, punchy progressions and a ferocious abandon make Winter the total package. He plays the Newport Music Hall, with local blues rockers the Frank Harrison Group, Thursday, July 28. Tickets are $20/$22. Call 1800-745-3000.


Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds

Oh boys: This last pair is a two-in-one, as the Schottenstein Center hosts New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys Sunday, July 24. For women who were in their teens/’tweens in the 1990s, give or take, NKOTB ruled the early part of the decade, while BSB assumed the boy-band mantle later. The Beat gets the appeal, especially if you turn the evening into a “relive the moment” party. Knock yourselves out, ladies. Did we mention the Glee’s Matthew Morrison is a special guest? Husbands: Let’s meet at the hardware store. Tickets are $92.50-$32.50. Call 1-800-745-3000.


Dave Koz is a busy man. He’s touring this summer supporting a new hit CD, Hello Tomorrow. He hosts two national radio shows. He does an annual Dave Koz & Friends holiday tour and also a Friends cruise. He’s a Global Ambassador for the Starlight Children’s Foundation, recently partnering with a Napa Valley winery on his own line of wines, the sale of which benefits the foundation. And he recently shot a video for his tune, This Guy’s in Love with You, in support of marriage equality. Somehow he managed to find time to visit with The Beat, and treated us like an old friend besides, also speaking — unsolicited — fondly of Columbus and his past warm receptions on stage here. “I love doing our Christmas show at the Palace,” he offered, adding, “I’m excited to be out on this tour with my band. It’s something we don’t do as often as maybe I’d like. “The Christmas show is more elegant,” Koz said. “Summertime and outdoor shows are about cutting loose and having fun.” Of the many irons he maintains in the fire, Koz said, none of it would be possible without the music. “It’s the thread that holds it all together,” he said. And while his greatest love is playing live, Koz told The Beat that making records is an important part of his creative process. Hello Tomorrow is Koz’s 12th studio recording, and captures his sense that the personal and global upheaval that the world is currently experiencing is the cusp of a significant shift moving forward. “The world has a lot of my music, which is a blessing,” Koz told The Beat, “so I feel like to make a record, I really need to have something to say. What’s going to be the impetus?” In this case, it was a song by his friend, singer-songwriter Dana Glover, which became the album’s title track. “It was like boom, there’s the concept,” he said. “Change is inevitable but there’s an unprecedented amount of it in everybody’s lives. People are disoriented and we can fight it or embrace it. That’s what this album was for me, to come out on the other side more comfortable with discomfort.”


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The 32nd annual Jazz & Rib Fest hits the Arena District riverfront July 22-24. In addition to sax-man Dave Koz, headliners include Christian McBride and the Inside, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Bobby Sanabria, Christian Scott Quintet and Carmen Lundy Quintet. A host of local and regional acts will also perform. Admission to the festival is free. Visit

If music is the thread that connects Koz’s disparate interests and activities, the saxophone is the needle. An “awkward kid,” Koz had tried a few instruments before he discovered the sax in seventh grade. “It immediately became my best friend, a vehicle to express things I didn’t have words for,” he recalled. “It’s been the primary relationship in my life.” After graduating from UCLA with a degree in mass media, he told his parents he was going to give music six months to see what could happen and then he’d find a real job. In that time, he scored gigs with Bobby Caldwell and Jeff Lorber, who championed a record deal for the young sax-man. “You always have goals and you try to imagine where you could go,” Koz told The Beat. “But life has a way of unfolding the way it wants. It’s mostly just about being in that flow.” For more from The Beat’s interview with Dave Koz, read the BeatBlog at www.

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Dog cancer research might Pediatric HealthSource Abdominal pain not uncommon someday help humans By KEVIN PARKS ThisWeek Community Newspapers

Cheryl London’s dog, George, has cancer. The Clintonville resident fails to see any irony in that, even though she’s among those involved in research that seeks to determine if treatments which work on naturally occurring cancers in animals might have implications for treating similar cancers in humans. It’s not that London, who has a Ph.D. from Harvard, doesn’t recognize the ironic when it crops up in her life. It’s just that as a veterinarian, she saw a lot of cancer in pets and now as a researcher she sees even more. “We see it so much, I wasn’t even surprised,” London said of her dog developing the disease. And she’d very much like to be a part of people not having to see cancer in animals or people at all. “Cancer is cancer,” London said last week. “It’s a crappy disease on the human side and it’s a crappy disease on the pet side.” George, by the way, has been through chemotherapy and is doing fine, other than having to goodnaturedly put up, as dogs will, with the sometimes rambunctious play of London’s young daughter. “George is a hound and he is not a smart dog, but he’s great with my 2-1/2-year old,” she said. London is an associate professor of veterinary biosciences at OSU and a member of the Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics program in the Ohio State University Comprehensive CancerArthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. London and others in the program at Ohio State, as well as similar programs elsewhere, are involved in what is called “comparative oncology.” This doesn’t involve inducing cancer in mice and testing drugs to cure it, but instead devising treatments for cancers that develop on their own in pets. Viewing the different types of cancer — and there are dozens of kinds of breast cancer alone — at the molecular level enables researchers to pinpoint similarities between the disease in animals and humans. This work has the potential for speeding up the delivery of viable cancer treatments in people, according to London, in part because of how much more rapidly clinical trials can be started for pets. In part, too, dogs make better subjects for comparative oncology studies. For example, mice can’t throw up; they simply lack the mechanism. Dogs, as owners well know, can throw up, and sometimes seem to do so for the heck of it. This alone means dogs can help eliminate some treatment or drug regimen that induces nausea or vomiting, something that testing in mice would fail to reveal, London said. It’s one of the failings of what she called “mouse modeling.” “There are clear areas when we can contribute,” London said. Cheryl London was born in Boston. She earned her doctor of veterinary medicine at Tufts University after which she spent several years in private practice in Maine, an experience that helped push her toward a career in research. “I saw a lot of cancer when I was in private practice,” she said. “I was just very interested in learning about cancer.” More than half of dogs who live to be 10 years old will get some form of cancer, according to Lon-

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Cheryl London, an associate professor of veterinary biosciences, kneels beside one of her patients, Justice.

don. After spending some time as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Pathology at Harvard University, London spent six years on the faculty at the University of California, Davis. She was recruited to Ohio State in 2005 to help in building the “translational oncology program.” “I was really surprised when I got here at the depth of expertise at the cancer center and how metropolitan Columbus was,” London said. In addition to the expertise at the cancer center and the surprisingly metropolitan nature of Columbus, London said that finding a home in Clintonville was another factor that helped bring her to OSU.

OSU has 10 to 12 active clinical trials going on with dogs at any given time, according to London. The pet owners who participate in these are not charged, and in some instances drug companies provide incentives to get participants, she said. Ohio State is one of 20 academic comparative oncology centers involved in the Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium, which is managed by the National Institutes of Health-National Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Research Comparative Oncology Program. It can be frustrating work at times, London admitted. “Failure rates are very high in oncology trials,” she said, estimating about 80 percent.

Recurrent abdominal pain is very prevalent in children and adolescents, making it one of the most common reasons children are referred to a pediatric gastroenterologist, a doctor who treats problems with the digestive tract and liver. One common functional disorder that causes abdominal pain in children is irritable bowel syndrome. IBS is a gastrointestinal disorder that manifests itself as recurrent abdominal pain associated with changes in bowel movements. Children with IBS may have diarrhea, constipation or both. A typical symptom is bellyache around the belly button that usually goes away or gets better after a bowel movement. Between bellyaches, the child feels fine. The exact cause of IBS is unknown, but it is believed to be due to hypersensitive nerve cells that reside in the intestines and send messages to the brain. Stress, certain types of foods such as spicy or greasy foods, caffeine, chocolate or milk have been known to trigger IBS symptoms. Physical and emotional trauma can also play a role in the development of IBS. Some chil-

dren with IBS tend to be more sensitive to stressful situations such as family conflict, moving, takDESALEGN ing tests and issues with YACOB peers. Sometimes, triggers are never identified. Though IBS generally doesn’t lead to serious health problems, it may affect school attendance and daily function. It is important to consult your primary care physician to address the problem and rule out other reasons why your child may be having abdominal pain. Functional dyspepsia (indigestion) is another common functional disorder. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, burping, decreased appetite, stomach pain and/or bloating. It is not associated with bowel movement changes. Indigestion usually happens infrequently, but be sure to monitor symptoms regularly and consult your primary physician with concerns. Some other gastrointestinal problems that may cause recur-

rent abdominal pain are Celiac disease, gastritis and lactose intolerance. Your doctor will decide what labs and tests need to be done, based on the symptoms and physical exam. More serious diseases such as appendicitis, Crohn’s disease, inflammation of the pancreas, stomach ulcers and intestinal blockage will typically cause sudden and persistent pain with other associated symptoms such as severe vomiting, fever, bloody stools or significant weight loss. Diagnosis of any functional gastrointestinal disorder is based on a thorough history and physical exam, along with a few basic lab tests. Treatment may involve dietary and lifestyle changes and/or medication. Consult your primary care physician if you suspect your child may be suffering from any of these disorders. Dr. Desalegn Yacob is an attending physician in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and an assistant professor of Clinical Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine.

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Nancy Poss

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Keith Poss

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PRICE REDUCED TO $94,900! New flooring in entry, kitchen & bath & new S.S. range and refrigerator. Open great room w/vaulted ceilings, fireplace & door to a deck and patio & huge lower level bedroom w/access to full bath. 2 car garage. Great location near common area. Worthington Schools.

FEE SIMPLE TOWNHOUSE Move in condition! Freshly painted throughout, new range and hood, new vinyl floors in kit & baths. Also, new A/C- basement has lifetime warranty waterproofing. Glass doors open to patio overlooking green space. Great location. Close to I-270, 315, Polaris and restaurants.

RESIDENCES OF WORTHINGTON CONDO! Awesome conditioned & one of the larger units in the complex. Large kitchen, nice eating area and living room with hardwood floors. Spacious owners’ suite with great bath. Balcony. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths.

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LOCATION...LOCATION...LOCATION! Within walking distance to all schools K-12, bike trail and parks. Great opportunity at this price! One owner home is a little dated but has a great upside. Great starter or down sizing home. Hard to find a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home in Worthington Estates at this price! Worthington Schools.

SUPERB 2 STY HOME! Home features 3 bedrms and 2.5 baths. Partial hardwood floors, huge family room with vaulted ceiling and den with double doors. Enjoy a finished lower level great for entertaining! Newer carpet and paint. Worthington schools and Columbus taxes. Patio and fenced yard.

LAKES OF WORTHINGTON! Great location on this M/I

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built town home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Kitchen with granite counters & stainless steel appliances. Huge living room with fireplace, finished lower level and balcony great for entertaining. Worthington Schools and 2 car attached garage.


A GORGEOUS LOT w/mature trees and plenty of room

Unbelievable Value and Condition and over $300K invested. This 3 story offers 3 bedrms & 3 ½ baths. Hardwood floors on main level, kitchen with stainless steel upgraded appliances and granite counters. Large master with great bath! Finished lower level.

to play...shows like a model! Features a bright kitchen w/new granite counters & hardwood flrs that opens to a spacious great rm w/gas log FP, wainscoting & dr to a patio, a vaulted master suite & finished rec rm in LL. Within walking dist. to elementary schl. Located in the southern part of Powell.

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Each Office Independently Owned and Operated



9 $27


2853 Sq ft on private treed lot @ the end of a no-thru st. Spacious home- has newer carpet & paint! Kitchen has granite countertops, mstr bed has huge walk-in clst & sitting rm overlooking fam rm. Lower lvl rec rm. Backyard is very inviting with stone patio! Worthington schools.

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on a gorgeous .43 acre lot in desirable Brookside Estates. Impeccably maintained. Bright kitchen w/newer kitchen cabinetry, Corian countrs, newer appliances and a skylight. Spacious great room was extended to 31’x20’ and has vltd wood ceilings. Gleaming hardwood floors. Worthington Schools.

CONVENIENT LOCATION Features new oversized ceramic tile flooring. Pella windows (‘08) & sliding door (‘09), a 1st flr office w/ built-ins& new carpet, family rm w/cathedral ceilings & brick freplce, rec room w/ new carpet & sunroom & deck overlooking a private, treed backyard. Worthington Schools.

5 BEDROOMS. Impressive 2 story in a very convenient location! Features 2.5 ba, a spacious grt rm, gas log freplce, upgraded kitchen w/ 42” cabinets, Corian counters& Stainless steel appliances. 2nd floor laundry room.. 2 car attached gar. & fenced yard. Worthington Schools.

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SPECTACULAR LOCATION backing to the park and bike trails. Very private back yard with great deck overlooking trees! A rare 5 large bedroom home. Two full and one half baths. Nice size kitchen and eating area overlooking family room. Nice formal living room and dining room. Great setting. Worthington Schools.

UNSURPASSED VIEWS in this fabulous 3BR 2.5BA Ranch condo w/4season rm & upper deck overlooking ravine setting. Finished lower level has 2BRs, full BA & family rm, perfect for guests. Granite, stainless & faux blinds incl. Gorgeous clubhouse, fit ctr., pool. Just steps away. Olentangy Schools.

IN-LAW SUITE Amazing location backing to the

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Olentangy Parklands! Impressive ranch featuring a captivating re-designed front exterior, dining rm & grt rm area w/cathedral ceilings & hdwd flrs, granite counters & SS appliances in the kitchen & walk-out LL w/family rm & rec room or in-law suite with 2nd kitchen.



9 $39

Build Your Dream Home WHY WAIT FOR NEW? This gorgeous Energy Star certified ranch shows like a model and sits on deep park-like lot w/mature trees. Bright & open floor plan w/a lovely kitchen w/maple cabinetry & hardwood flrs that opens to a spacious vaulted great room, vaulted master suite w/luxurious bath and many more upgrades.. Worthington Schools.

CUSTOM BUILT home to be built in convenient Worthington location. Features an open & airy floor plan w/ a 2 story great rm w/built-ins, gourmet kit. w/ granite counters, 1st floor master ste w/luxurious bath & 2nd floor w/ 2 bdrms plus a loft. Within walking distance to shopping, library & Village Green. Starting in the $390’s

NEWBURY CUSTOM patio home to be built in a very convenient area off Linworth Rd. Open floor plan, 1st floor owner suite w/luxurious bath, 1st flr den or 3rd bedroom, gourmet kitchen and finished lower level. Side load garage. Several gorgeous lots available that back to trees. Don’t wait…only $399,900! Worthington Schools.

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