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City’s $17 million in bonds to buy 67-acre Altair tract By JENNIFER NESBITT THISWEEKNEWS.COM

Westerville City Council approved the purchase of 67 acres on the northern edge of the city, known as Altair, at its July 2 meeting. The city plans to purchase the land – located south of Polaris Parkway between Cleveland Avenue and Africa Road – to market it for the development of retail, office and hotel properties. For the purchase, council also approved the issuance of $7 million in bonds, as well as an additional $10 million in bonds to repay property owners Altair Realty Ltd. and North Westerville Ltd. the cost of infrastructure they have built on the site. The city would have been obligated to repay infrastructure costs as the companies developed the land, but with the purchase, the city has received a discount on how much it would have owed the companies, said City Manager Dave Collinsworth. Through the purchase and development of the property, Collinsworth told council that city staff expects to see the city’s $17 investment paid off within 10 years, as jobs and commerce are brought onto the now vacant land. “This is a true cornerstone development opportunity for the community,” Collinsworth said. A development plan has existed for the site

since 2001 and was updated in 2005, but the land has remained vacant. At the same time, city leaders said they have heard a demand for developable space in Westerville. Purchasing the property will allow the city to attract and capture business that is now being lost, city leaders said when they announced

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Local artist Ginny Baughman will display her work along the Westerville Walkway at the 40th annual Westerville Music & Arts Festival, set for Saturday and Sunday at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. PAUL VERNON/THISWEEKNEWS

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Dancers from Generations Performing Arts Center dance up State Street in the Westerville Independence Day parade Thursday, July 4. Overcast skies and an occasional sprinkle kept temperatures well below normal for the annual afternoon parade sponsored by the Rotary Club of Westerville. Visit ThisWeekNEWS.com for a slideshow of images from the celebration. ABIGAIL SAXTON FISHER/DISPATCH

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to display her work in the festival’s Westerville Walkway, which features works by local artists. The music and arts festival will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 13-14 at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. Baughman will display original works and prints in her booth. For years, she has sketched and painted; the majority of her pieces focus on Westerville landmarks and homes, including Uptown, the Westerville Municipal Building and Yarnell’s Farm. Inventorying her work for the festival, Baughman said she was surprised with how much she found.

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“Architecture’s always been my thing. Artists find their niche.” – GINNY BAUGHMAN “When the kids were little, that’s what I did – just drew,” said Baughman, a stay-athome mom. “I didn’t realize how many things I had buried in my portfolio.” Baughman is a Dayton native who holds a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Dayton. She teaches art classes in Westerville on a variety of subjects, from drawing and cartooning to pop-up and foundobject art. She long focused on sketch-

ing and painting, mostly of landscapes and architecture. “Architecture’s always been my thing. Artists find their niche,” said Baughman. She gained local renown about 20 years ago, when she sketched and sold images of Uptown. Those works were popular then, and she’s updated some of them to offer at the arts festival. She’s sold her works through Uptown shops and at local bazaars, and used to do many private commissions, primarily of people’s homes. In recent years, she’s shifted her focus to contemporary art, creating figures primarily out of found art. That work has drawn attention, Baughman said, and has been featured in galleries locally. She painted a mural that, until recently, was fea-

tured at COSI. She’s planning a show at the University of Dayton next year. Baughman said after taking a bit of a break from sketching, she returned to it last year while she and her husband spent three months in Brussels. While he was working, she said she would find spots around the Belgian city to sit and sketch the architecture. “I think I’m finding my niche as an artist, and I kind of have split personalities, but I need to keep both ends going,” Baughman said, pointing out the stark contrast between her sketches and her modern-art pieces. “My life is art. I’ve often thought about trying to do other things ... (but) art is my thing.”

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allowing for the property’s purchase. Councilman Craig Treneff voiced his support for the purchase, saying the city has shown that it can create jobs with this strategy. “The economics of this project, I think, are solid,” Treneff said. “I’m confident that this will generate jobs. It will gen-

erate revenue to generate services for city residents.” Council Chairman Mike Heyeck agreed. “These are landmark decisions for a greater return on investment for our citizens,” Heyeck said. The city’s development staff now will look to market individual parcels on the larger site

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Car break-ins plague Annehurst, other neighborhoods A rash of car break-ins were reported in the Annehurst Village neighborhood overnight from June 30 to July 1. According to Westerville police: • A roll of quarters was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 600 block of West Main Street between 11 p.m. June 30 and 5:30 a.m. July 1. Two other nearby vehicles were entered and searched in the same time frame, but nothing was taken. • Between 11 p.m. June 30 and 6 a.m. July 1, money and a GPS unit were stolen from

an unlocked car parked in the first block of Keene Drive. Three vehicles in the f irst block of Groton Drive also were entered, with nothing stolen. • A GPS unit and money were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the first block of Millfield Avenue between noon June 30 and 6 a.m. July 1. Two other cars in that block, along with a car parked in the 100 block of Hanby Avenue were entered, but nothing was stolen. Westerville police also reported a number of other

thefts from parked vehicles outside Annehurst over the last week. • A resident of the 100 block of Fairdale Avenue reported her purse was stolen from her unlocked car, which was parked in her driveway, between 6:45 p.m. June 29 and 10:30 a.m. June 30. The purse contained gift cards, credit cards and some cash. • A woman reported her wallet was stolen from her unlocked car between 11:30 p.m. July 1 and 6 a.m. July 2 in the first block of Nadine

Place North. Another car parked on the block was ransacked, but nothing was stolen. In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police: • A resident of the 800 block of Watten Lane

returned from vacation to discover that his home had been burglarized and his truck was stolen. The crime took place between 8:30 a.m. June 28 and 9:50 p.m. July 6. A bigscreen television and a safe were stolen from the house,

along with money, coins, silver flatware and medications. In recent incident reports from Blendon Township police: • A home in the 3300 block of Dempsey Road was broken into July 2, and a safe was stolen.

Worthington Road extension new Polaris-County Line link The project will create another north-south connector between Polaris Parkway and County Line Road, west of Cleveland Avenue and just west of Alum Creek By JENNIFER NESBITT THISWEEKNEWS.COM

Westerville is ready to move forward with the extension of Worthington Road to Polaris Parkway. Westerville City Council approved issuing $10.1 million in bonds at its July 2 meeting to fund the expansion of the roadway, along with engineering and inspection costs. Council also approved pieces of legislation that will allow city employees to move forward with engineering work, right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation for the project, and authorized the city manager to seek bids for the project. The expansion, which is expected to cost $7.9 million for construction, will create

another north-south connector between Polaris Parkway and County Line Road west of Cleveland Avenue, and directly west of Alum Creek. An stubroad extension to Old Worthington Road will connect to the north-south roadway at a roundabout – the first to be built in Westerville. The new roadway will serve a 504-unit apartment complex, planned to be constructed next year by developers NP Limited and Trivium. In June, City Council approved a tax-increment-financing district for the area that will cover the cost of construction for the roadway, a bike path and a planned 8-acre park adjoining the apartment development. “The road will be paid for by the development through service payments made through

the TIF,” Assistant City Manager Julie Colley told council. City staff members and the developers have agreed on a path for the road, and the city is ready to move forward with the engineering and design work, according to a report issued to council with the legislation. Colley said with council’s approval, the city will begin issuing bonds for the project this summer. The city also will begin advertising the project to contractors this summer to garner bids for the roadway construction, said Karl Craven, Westerville planning and development director . City staff plans to have a contract for the project ready to be approved by council in October.

Insurance agency gets tax break for adding jobs A growing Westerville insurance agency will receive a tax incentive for its expansion, which is expected to bring 77 jobs to the city. Century Insurance, a division of Meadowbrook Insurance Group, plans to move from its 45,000-square-foot Westerville headquarters at 465 Cleveland Ave. to a 60,000square-foot office at 550 Polaris Parkway. The company considered office sites throughout central Ohio, including Dublin and New Albany, but decided to remain in Westerville, said Jason Bechtold, Westerville economic development administrator. As incentive, Westerville City Council July 2 approved a five-year, 20-percent income

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Balancing act

Help! I’ve got the fever for a sock monkey

If I were in the last month of a pregnancy, I’d expect the “nesting” instinct to kick in. No knitter, I’d be knitting. No painter, I’d be painting. All in breathless anticipation of the new arrival. Little did I know that the same phenomenon applies to grandmas. Just days away from Grandchild No. 2’s arrival, I became obsessed with a dangerous desire to make a sock monkey. Somehow, I thought it would suit the personality of my wild-child son’s first boy. No seamstress, I stopped twice by a hobby store and perused the instructions for transforming two Nelson Red Heel Rockford Socks (“the ONLY official sock of the sock monkey”) into a Curious George affair with red lips and a bright red behind. I wanted to create something that would be handed down for generations. But twice, I sighed and walked away. “Would I actually finish this?” I asked myself. And with good reason. I still have the kit for a stuffed bear I planned to make this same son when he was about 8. One frustrating sit-down session with a patch of mink-like fur and bag of plastic joints, and I put it back in the box. That was nearly 30 years ago. The sock monkey looked equally complicated. Maybe you have to be there, but I just couldn’t visualize sewing a seam on both sides of the center of the sock, starting three inches from the heel and across the end of the top, cutting the sock between the seams and to within 1 ½ inches of the heel to make an opening in the crotch suitable for stuffing. I also didn’t get how a second sock magically becomes the arms, tail, mouth, cap and ears. At least not without bumbling first through a couple dozen socks over a couple dozen hours. “What kind of person wastes perfectly good socks when feet all over the world

are freezing?” I asked myself. Coupled with “What kind of grandma can’t even make a sock monPAT key?” SNYDER Thankfully, I posed Question No. 2 to the book group that tolerates my presence even though I rarely have time to finish the book. “You don’t make sock monkeys,” my friend Kay explained. “You buy them on Etsy and pretend you did.” Coming from a woman who does read the books and spends hours on petit point embroidery, the emphasis was probably on the “YOU.” But I took it to heart regardless and headed to the online crafters’ site, where my friend assured me I would not only save socks for freezing feet but benefit some worthy crafter. There, I met a baseball player sock monkey and his friendly creator Janet. Her monkey sported a handmade baseball shirt and a red cap with the initial “B” – apparently for baseball. “Could you change it to “A” for “Aiden”? I wrote. And she immediately wrote back, “No problem. I’ll just make another hat.” Knowing that I’ve never “just made another hat,” I decided that Janet was my woman. As luck would have it, the monkey and Aiden arrived this month on the very same day. One look, and I knew they were made for each other. And there was no 30-year wait. “My grandma was an amazing subcontractor,” he’ll probably tell his kids someday. I wonder if Janet stuffs bears. Balancing act author Pat Snyder is a Northwest Columbus resident and life-balance speaker and coach. Find her online at PatSnyderOnline. com.

“What kind of person wastes perfectly good socks when feet all over the world are freezing?” I asked myself. Coupled with “What kind of grandma can’t even make a sock monkey?”

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Gettysburg, Vicksburg and Morgan’s raid July 1863 was a rather tumultuous month for most of America, but that summer month was especially hectic in central Ohio. America was in the midst of what President Abraham Lincoln would later call “a great civil war” in which about a third of its people had tried to leave the Union while the other two thirds tried to keep them in it. States, cities and even whole families were divided and often found themselves in bitter battle one with another. The war had not been going especially well for the Union. The region with the most people, resources and arms had simply not fared well against opponents who defended their homeland with determination and skill. While the North had had some successes, the South persistently resisted. But the leaders of the South knew that the longer the war dragged on, the more likely a victory by the North would take place. To win the war, the South needed support from European countries like Great Britain and France who relied on cotton from the South. To get that support, the South had to clearly demonstrate its military superiority. In September 1862, a southern army had struck north into Maryland and collided with Union forces at a place called Antietam or Sharpsburg – depending upon which side you were on. The battle was a draw. Now in late June 1863, Robert E. Lee and his Army of Northern Virginia were moving north again. Crossing through Maryland, Lee swept into Pennsylvania pursued by Gen. George Gordon Meade

and his Army of the Potomac. Neither side intended to meet for a climactic ED clash at a little town few LENTZ of them had ever heard of – a town called Gettysburg. For three days in July, America waited while the two armies clashed in one the largest and deadliest battles in American history. Then at 10 a.m. on July 4, 1863, a bulletin was telegraphed across America from Washington, D.C. “The President announces to the country that the news from the Army of the Potomac to ten p.m., of the third, is such as to cover the army with the highest honors and promise a great success to the cause of the Union, and to claim the condolence of all the many gallant fallen; and that for this he especially desires on this day that He whose will, not ours, should ever be done, should be everywhere remembered and reverenced with the profoundest gratitude.” The news of the Union victory at Gettysburg was greeted with joy and relief by many if not most of the residents of the city. On July 8, the local Ohio State Journal reported more good news. “While yet in the midst of rejoicing and congratulations over the achievements of the Army of the Potomac under Meade on the Fourth of July, we are now thrilled with new joy over the success that has crowned the efforts of the Army of the Mis-

sissippi, under Grant, on the Gov. John Brough called out same hallowed day. Vicksburg every militia man in the state was on that thrice glorious day to assist regular Union army surrendered to the Union army, soldiers in the pursuit of Morand the bright and brave old gan’s men. In the end, more flag of the Union was on that than 50,000 men turned out day unfurled once more but, as one later account over the conquered put it, more than half ramparts of that of them never rebel city.” “got within To celethree score brate the miles of victories, Morgan.” “In the But the evening a other half great bondid. Purfire was sued by built at thousands the corner of mountof Town ed men, and Third Morgan Streets, over turned south which an and tried to effigy of [Concross the Ohio federate PresiRiver at Buffindent] Jefferson gton Island. In the Davis was only battle of hung in Gen. John Hunt Morgan the Civil effigy from LIBRARY OF CONGRESS War fought a gallows. In in Ohio, various other places in the city, Morgan was checked and Confederate effigies were forced to turn back north. By burned; the scenes of popular July 26, he and 900 of his men joy and enthusiasm, both day were surrounded and captured and evening were unprece- in Columbiana County. Most of his men were dented in Columbus.” They were also short lived. placed in the Camp Chase conOn the very next day, July federate prison camp in 9, 1863, Confederate Gen. John Columbus. Morgan and sevHunt Morgan crossed the Ohio eral of his officers were placed River at Louisville into Indi- in the “escape proof ” Ohio ana with 2,460 cavalry men Penitentiary. It had been an exciting behind him. Demonstrating that the South month. Morgan would later was far from defeated, Morgan show how “escape proof ” the swept through southern Indi- penitentiary really was. But ana and crossed into Ohio on that is another story for another July 12. The raid caused in the day. words of one local paper, “a wild state of consternation and Local historian and author Ed confusion.” As Morgan’s men Lentz writes the As it were colraided across southern Ohio, umn for ThisWeek News.


July 11, 2013

Why stop with tree removal for bike path?

To the Editor: City of Westerville building bike path to Inniswood Metro Gardens. It now appears that the city of Westerville, and Westerville residents, have overcome their angst regarding the removal of 100-year-old trees along Hempstead Road to complete the construction of a new bike path to Inniswood Gardens. Congratulations! Our progressive city leaders continue to demonstrate great vision in making our city one of the very best in central Ohio. Now that we are making progress with the new bike path, it is again time to consider the extension of East Schrock Road through Inniswood Gardens to Sunbury Road. Continued residential and business growth east of Sunbury Road, will eventually overload the capacity of Dempsey Road and Walnut Street to adequately carry motor vehicle traffic into our beautiful downtown area. Let’s continue the progress and extend East Schrock Road to Sunbury Road! Thomas W. Rice

The city doesn’t belong in development business To the Editor: It was interesting to read on June 13 that the city of Westerville plans to spend $16.2 million of taxpayers’ money to buy a 67 acre parcel known as “Altair” ($241,791 per acre) “so the city can market individual parcels for retail, office and hotel development.” The city plans to issue $10 million in bonds “to allow for the purchase of infrastructure including water, sewer and electric service and landscaping on the site.” Apparently, this city-managed development project expects to collect

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Huber Ridge Blooms tour Sunday, July 14

enough money from the land to pay this off. The city plans to borrow $7 million through issuance of bonds, (that would need to be paid off through taxpayer taxes) for the purchase of the property. The excuse for a municipality going into the risky development business and competing with the private development sector seems to be, “We are virtually out of shovel-ready properties in the city. It would seem to most Westerville taxpayers and residents that if this property was so “hot,” the market would dictate what goes on it and its owners would develop it or sell all or part of it. If Westerville has a great deal of taxpayer cash on hand, they should consider refunding the taxpayers’ money rather than speculating with their money and competing with the taxpaying private sector with a “socialist” government development project. This kind of activity only distorts the market and increases residents’ tax burden in the long run. For example, for every socialist subsidized project there is a free market, no cost to taxpayer, non-taxpayer subsidized project that could be destroyed. Walter G. Reiner

Thanks for Concert in the Park series To the Editor: It was a perfect summer evening Friday, June 14. It was warm; the sky was filled with puffy white clouds. Kids were playing in the green grass, laughing and running joyfully. Neighbors were chatting, renewing old relationships and forging new ones. A band played in a gazebo. Everyone was enjoying the free hot dogs and cotton candy. No, this wasn’t in a movie – it was at Ridgewood Park in Blendon Township. It was the first of the summer Concert in the Park series and, as hundreds of people will tell you, it was great! Thanks to HRAA for all their work, and a special thank you to the Township Trustees Stew Flaherty, Jan Heichel and Jim Welch for their efforts in rebuilding our community. They are truly transforming Blendon Township.

Seven Huber Ridge residents will showcase their gardens for the public from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, July 14 in the sixth annual Huber Ridge Blooms garden show and contest. Visitors will see handpicked rock accents, gorgeous ponds, vintage garden art, park-like settings, and blooms everywhere. The tour takes place in the Huber Ridge neighborhood of Blendon Township and is free. Included in the tour are residences at: • 6325 Arnett Road; • 3479 Saigon Drive; • 3815 Balboa Place; • 3693 Managua Drive; • 5664 Bashaw Drive

(front yard only); • 5706 Bashaw Drive; and • 5576 Santiago Drive. Those touring the gardens also are encouraged to visit the newly landscaped Ridgewood Park in the 5400 block of Buenos Aires Boulevard as well as the Blendon Township Community Garden, located behind the Blendon Township government complex, 6350 Hempstead Road. Benches hand-made by Tom Heichel, Huber Ridge resident and former Blendon Township chief of police, have been installed. The changes at Ridgewood Park include a new gazebo and trees, revamped landscaping and repaving.

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The 2013 WesterFlora garden tour will feature musicians performing in each of the 12 participating gardens. The tour, themed “A Festival of Gardens,” will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. July 21. The schedule will include different musicians in the gardens throughout the tour. Pat Lomano Participating musicians are:

• Janis Dugle, a member of the Westerville Concert band, will perform as a solo guitarist and as part of several groups in the tour. As a guitarist, Dugle performs folk music from the 1960s and 1970s. • Three Euphoniums, featuring Janis Dugle, George Hafler and Nathan Hawk, all members of the Westerville Community Band. Euphoniums are a little-known brass instru-

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Business brief Local business Capital City Millwork recently announced a 12,000-square-foot addition and renovation to its space. Increased warehouse space, additional offices, a conference room, a kitchen, additional showroom space and a larger selection of products such as exotic woods, custom interior and exterior

doors and more types of wood, commercial doors and hardware are also part of the expansion. Located at 173 Heatherdown Drive in Westerville, Capital City Millwork will be able to stock a larger selection of product along with larger quantities of items in demand and better accom-

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Acupuncture center opens in Westerville The Urban Acupuncture Center opened a Westerville location July 1. The new clinic is located at 405 W. Main St., near the Cleveland Avenue intersection in the Westerview Center. This is the second UAC location. The first was opened in Clintonville in 2010 by Steve Drugan and Susan Bowlus. According to a news release, acupuncture is bene-

ficial for a variety of conditions. Chinese medicine believes that stimulating the acupuncture points can help balance the yin and yang of the body: a way to achieve optimum health. In the Western terms, it is thought acupuncture treatments naturally stimulate endorphins in the brain, which in turn help patients relax, slow down and heal. The Community Acupunc-

ture Clinic model allows patients to pay what they can. Patients are treated in one large healing space in individual recliners. Since its opening, UACClintonville has seen upward of 200 patients a week. Staff practitioners have grown from two to seven acupuncturists, and the clinic is open every day of the week. For more information visit urbanacupuncturecenter.org.

Middle school chess players compete at tournament Chess Club representatives from each Westerville middle school participated May 17 in the Middle School Chess Tournament held at the Early Learning Center. Placing first in the district was eighth-grader Erik Hynes of Walnut Springs Middle School. Second place was earned by seventh-grader Ben Clark of Genoa Middle School. Jacob Ginn, a seventh-grader at Blendon Middle School, and Brian Courts, a sixth-grader at Heritage Middle School, took third and fourth, respectively. Chess Master Mike Frithiof, a state and national chess champion, served as judge. Frithiof also capped off the day by playing the four winners while blindfolded. In

(From left) former Westerville City School District Superintendent Dan Good; Jacob Ginn, Blendon Middle School; Ben Clark, Genoa Middle School; Chess Master Mike Frithiof; Brian Courts, Heritage Middle School; and Erik Hynes, Walnut Springs Middle School.

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ment that are higher-pitched than a tuba but lower-pitched than a French horn. The group performs marches, syncopated pop tunes and classical selections. • Jan and Ann Duo features Janis Dugle on baritone ukulele and Ann Morahan on classical guitar. Both women provide vocals. The woman perform music from their youth in 1960s and 1970s. • Guitarist Luke Mossburg will perform his original songs, which include pop jazz and modern country influences. • Just For Fun is a barbershop quartet featuring four members of the Singing Buckeyes barbershop chorus. The a cappella group has performed together for six years, with gigs including the Westerville Arts and

Crafts Festival and the Columbus Arts Festival. • Guitarist Ian Zachary honed his skills at the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. He performed in a variety of musicals and choirs and learned to play guitar in college. Zachary performs music inspired by The Doors, Dave Matthews Band, Peter Mulvey, Aaron Lewis and Ray LaMontagne. Zachary has performed at various small venues and coffee shops across the country and is working on a CD of original work. • Sounds Good To Me includes Columbus Chorus of Sweet Adelines members Maryann Malinowski, Teddy Paul, Sally Stark and Maryann Kane. The quartet has performed together since 1988 and offers barbershop classics, as well as humorous parodies. • The Columbus Chorus of Sweet

Adelines is a four-part harmony a cappella women’s chorus that was established in 1959. The group performs around central Ohio and competes each year in the Sweet Adelines International regional competition. • Guitarist Nathan Branam has written pieces in several different genres of music with his works focusing on light acoustics with little to no accompaniment. • Acoustic bass guitarist Gene Lent and saxophonist Ron Fisher perform classic jazz and enjoy offering a unique musical combination. Lent spent three years in the U.S. Army Band program and now performs at his church and with friends. Fisher is a self-taught tenor saxophonist who volunteers in the Columbus State Community College Jazz Ensemble, which played at the Lincoln Theater during the spring

2013, and plays with several local groups. • Four Harmony’s Sake is a women’s barbershop quartet that is part of the Columbus Chorus of Sweet Adelines that began singing together three years ago. The quartet features Sue Henderson, Jan Malcosky, Robin Brenneman and Cathy Shafer. They have performed throughout central Ohio. • High Velocity Quartet has performed together for only a year but features four women who collectively have more than 100 years of barbershop singing experience. They women, Carol Wediner, Tracy Marcarello, Pat Morgan and Kathie Holloway, belong to the Dublin’s Scioto Valley Chorus, a nationally competitive group.

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Paul McNeal, a physical education teacher at Alcott Elementary School, was the recent target of a student pie-throwing event. Earlier this year, Alcott students raised nearly $12,000 through the Jump Rope for Heart program, sponsored by the American Heart Association. McNeal promised that each pupil who raised at least $40 could throw a pie at him. Approximately 145 students met the challenge.

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Honor roll Westerville Central High School

Students who were named to the honor and merit rolls for the fourth grading period at Westerville Central High School are: FRESHMEN 4.0 honor roll – Lucas Baatz, Megan Bomar, Ellyn Briggs, Hannah Broadright, Joshua Brown, Olivia Bushong, Dayvion Carter, Angela Chen, Justine Clark, Carly Conkel, Noah Corbett, Madeline Cronin,Abigail Delaney, Nicole Dinan,Allison Doan, Caroline Ey, Jacob Gates, Mersadie Grady, William Green, Alyssa Gum, Quinn Hanley, Hope Hessler; Kristen Hoard, Aidan Iannarino, Noah Jones, Davis Kallio, Laina Kannenwischer, Jacqueline Kay, Calaudia Kuchan, Angela Leone, Bailey Line, Gavin Lyon, Morgan Mccarthy, Schylar Mcclure, Logan Mcmanamon, Ryan Menapace, Carly Middleton, Madison Moore, Kellie Mori, Matthew Morris, Patrick Petrilla, Sophia Poderys, Logan Purdy, Johny Quach, Joshua Shaw, Kyle Shepherd, Jacob Smith, Tyler Stills, Maria Wisman. 3.700-3.999 honor roll – Dionne Adom, Joycelyn Agyeman, Michael Alrabadi, Ricardo Arus Orengo, Rylee Barnett, Christian Bracale, Nicole Brown, Morgan Bush, Elaine Cooke, Alison Dougherty, Matthew Franks, Acacia Freeman, Kylie Gilmore, Ebriela Gomez, Samuel Hessler, Morghan Hyatt, Khadra Jama, Erron James, Kylie Knott, Jack Lauttamus; Trevor Lee, Tiffany Leung, Adam Like, Diane Mardis, Madeline Mcmahon, Audrey Melko, Monica Nickson, Ian Osborne, Radhika Patel, Rachel Pinney, Kelsie Potts, Jaime Riecks, Brandon Sagle, Tyler Smith, Cole Stephenson, Jessica Vaughan,Valentina Volkova, Augustus West, Elizabeth Wheeler, Jes-

sica Yoder. Merit roll – Hira Ahmad,Adrienne Ashbaugh, Alexander Banik, Alexander Barnhart, Jordan Bergman, Tabitha Boakye, Alex Borowitz, Iman Bousfiha, Sophia Bryant,Treyce Buday. Mackenzie Cooper, Kaela Darling, Daniel Diaz Murillos, Adam Dolan, Tiffany Eng, Shugri Farah, Maxwell Griffith, Emily Hall, Zane Hamoui, Ambrea Henson; Chad Hopkins, Diaraye Kaba, Kriston Kapan, David Kile, Daniel Kreuzer, Eric Krinsky, Lauren Lacasse, Macy Leach, Lindsey Lukacs, Conor Malloy, Nicholas Masi, Connor Mccarthy, Elizabeth Miller, Sondos Mubarak, Kaitlyn Myers, Chadd Navejar, Justin Nguyen, Christopher Ogle, Allison Page, George Palmer, Muhammad Pribadi; Hannah Reeves, Elizabeth Rhinehart, Claire Riccobono, Madison Ryan, Brooke Shaffer, Kayla Stevens, Shufen Tan, Robert Weiler, Noah West, Kennedy Woodall, Michael Wu, Andrea Zippay. SOPHOMORES 4.0 honor roll – Justina Ahn, Gabrielle Baker, Morgan Beck, Matthew Bock, Anastasia Borish, Kaitlyn Brosnahan, Nicholas Buchanan, Nicholas Bundy, Brooks Burton, Alexander Cardwell, Grant Chudik, Marissa Conkins, Samantha Conlin, Ashley Crawford, Michael Denzel, Jonathan Derringer, Austin Evans, Rylie Ferguson, Cydney Fugazzi; Stephanie Gartner, Grant Hagglund, Ahmad Hassan, Haley Herbst, Kara Johnson, Adonis Johnson, Kyle Keifer, Katherine Metzker, Landon Miller, Mariah Moarefdoust, June Nash Pittman, Andrew Oppliger, Vaishali Patel, Sagar Patel, Kenna Pollard, Julia Price, Cameron Reed, Sarah Reed, Rachel Rios, Luis Sandoval, Kelly Scarborough; Nand Shah, Abbas Siddiqui, Alyssa Smith, Meshora Suthanthira, Emily Thomsen, Allison Ubry, Clayton Vanwoerkom, Sean Walston, Seraiah Wells, Anthony Widdifield, Clayton Wise, Christian Wloszczyna, Rachel Wozniak. 3.700-3.999 honor roll – Linda Antwi,

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Senior news The Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St., is sponsored by the Westerville Parks and Recreation Department for people age 55 and older. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. The phone number is 614-901-6560. Transportation is provided for members who live in the Westerville city corporate limits for medical appointments, shopping, recreational programs at the center, banking and to beauty salons. Reservations for transportation should be made at least two days in advance. Dues are $12 for those who

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Moving to the Beat: Ageless Grace, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays, July 22 and 29 as well as Aug. 5, at Capital Park Family Health Center, 2365 Innis Road. The program, offered in partnership with Cancer Support Community Central Ohio and Heart of Ohio Family Health Center will feature 21 exercises designed to help body and mind function with flexibility and efficiency. An African-style drummer will provide accompaniment. Participants ages 10 and older are invited; children must be accompanied by an adult. There is no fee. To register, call Capital Park at 614-416-4325 or CSCCO at 614-791-9510. Columbus Speech & Hearing Center, Huntington Hearing Health Program in partnership with Huntington Bank, offering free hearing screenings from 1 to 4 p.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of every month, Columbus Speech & Hearing Center, 510 E. North Broadway. Screenings will be offered to those ages 5 and older throughout 2013. To schedule appointments, call 614-261-5452.

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Six River Valley Chapter of theArchaeological Society of Ohio, 7 p.m. July 11, in Room 213, Roush Hall at Otterbein University. Martha Otto, curator emerita, Ohio Historical Society, will present “Cahokia: America’s First City.” Closest parking lots are across the street on Grove, behind the building, and west on Park.

American Legion Post 171, 7:30 p.m. andAuxiliary, 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at the post, 393 E. College Ave. Guests are invited. Call Mike Etling at 614-8919388 or Kim Mann (Auxiliary) at 614-266-2695. Westerville Noon Prayer Meeting, noon to 1 p.m. Fridays, at the Westerville Alliance Church, 75 E. Schrock Road, Westerville. Shipwrights of Central Ohio, a group for ship modelers, 9 a.m. to noon on the third Saturday of each month, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. For information, visit shipwrightsofohio.org. Franklin 524 Toastmasters Club, 7 to 8 a.m. Thursdays at the Vineyard Church Community Center, 6000 Cooper Road. Visit franklin524toastmasters.com. Sawmill Road Toastmasters, noon the first and third Mondays of every month at Azteca Mexican Grill, 5925 Sawmill Road.Visitors are welcome; visit sawmilltoastmastersclubs.org. Members focus on improving public speaking skills. Accountant Information Market, Worthington-Westerville Chapter, 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. the second and fourthTuesdays of the month at Scrambler Marie’s, 6152 Cleveland Ave. CPAs are invited to meet for lunch. Call 614-478-8187. Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable meets at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month in Towers Hall at Otterbein University. All welcome. Call Jim Schultz at 614-794-1247 or visit centralohiocwrt.wordpress.com. Huber Ridge Area Association, 7 p.m. first Thursday of the month at Blendon Township Senior Center, 6330 Hempstead Road. Contact President@huberridge.org or huberridge.org. Westerville Lions Club meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Thursdays of the month

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FROM >> A16 at the American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. Visit westervillelions.org or call Don Mullen at 614-882-3465. Westerville Rotary Club Sunrise, 7:15 to 8:15 a.m. Wednesdays, third floor of the Old Bag of Nails, 24 N. State St. For more information, call Diane Conley at 614-579-3303. Westerville Noon Rotary Club, noon Thursdays, at Villa Milano on Schrock Road. Westerville Kiwanis Club, 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, at the Westerville Public Library. For information, call 614-898-9616. AmSpirit Business Connections-Westerville Chapter, 7:30 a.m. Thursdays, at Toukan & Co., 575 Charring Cross Drive. For information, contact Gina Winterstein at 614-794-3500 or gina@panageanetworks.com. For general information on AmSpirit, visit amspirit.com. AmSpirit Business Connections-Pulsar Chapter, 11;15 a.m. Thursdays, at O’Charley’s, 1425 Polaris Parkway. For information contact Tom Anderson at 614-679-0912 or tom.anderson@excelleweb.com. For general information, visit amspirit.com. Westerville Sertoma Club, 7:15 a.m. Tuesdays at Panera Bread, Maxtown and Polaris. Visitors are welcome. Call Dave McConnell at 614-4576233 for further information. Westerville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7883, 7

p.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the American Legion Building, 393 E. College Ave. Call Walt Mays at 614-330-2703. New Neighbors League of Columbus, monthly luncheon the second Tuesday of each month, get-acquainted coffee the third Wednesday. Visit newneighborscolumbus.com for meeting times and locations. For information on becoming a member, email nnlcolumbus@yahoo.com.

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Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Ohio Chapter, Westerville lupus support group, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 16 at Panera Bread, 782 N. State St., Westerville. The support group is an open, small-group environment that encourages discussion among lupus patients and their families. Most discussions focus on the how-to’s of living with a chronic illness. For more information, contact the foundation at 440-717-0183 or visit lupusgreaterohio.org. Central Ohio Polio Network, providing support and information on post-polio syndrome, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Aug. 3 at Blendon Reserve Party House in Gahanna. For more information and directions, contract Monica Wilford at 614581-6979 or 614-337-0990. DivorceCare Support Group, a 13-week program

that uses videos and group discussions to help work through the issues of divorce and begin the healing process, 6:30 p.m. Mondays through Aug. 5, at Heritage Christian Church, 7413 Maxtown Road, Westerville. Participants can join at any time. For more information, call 614-898-9412. Diabetes Support Group, sponsored by Mount Carmel/St. Ann’s Hospital, 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month (except holidays) at the hospital, 500 Cleveland Ave., Westerville. Participants will receive information on diabetes and diabetes self-care activities. Those diagnosed with diabetes and their family members and friends are invited. There is no fee. For more information, call Suzanne at 614-865-7254. Meetings are subject to change. Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group, 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month at Concord Counseling, 700 Brooksedge Blvd., Westerville. Open to anyone affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Call Bev Phipps at 614-882-9338 before attending the first time to verify the meeting time. Pet Loss Support Group, for those mourning the loss of a beloved animal companion, 7 to 8:30 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at Villa Angela Care Center, 5700 Karl Road. Call Dorothy Hall at 614-895-3416. Al-Anon, for friends and

families of alcoholics; for meeting information, visit coafg.org. Arthritis Support Group, 1:30 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at the Westerville Senior Center, 310 Main St. Call Ann Bailey at 614-882-5709. Families in Touch, for families and friends of persons with mental illness, 10 a.m. to noon second and fourth Thursdays of the month at Concord Counseling Services, 700 Brooksedge Blvd. Call 614-882-9338. Meetings subject to change. Call to confirm. Eating disorder support groups for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder support group and family and friends,6:30 to 8 p.m., the first and third Tuesdays of each month (except holidays), at the Center for Balanced Living, 445 E. Granville Road, Buildings M, N and O, Worthington. Free, but donations are accepted. For information, call 614-293-9550 or visit thecenterforbalancedliving.org. Overeaters Anonymous, 7 p.m. Mondays at Faith Covenant Church, 3607 Dempsey Road. Call Gayle at 614-933-8745 or visit the website OA.org. Schizophrenics Anonymous, sponsored by the Mental Health Association of Franklin County and Concord Counseling, 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays at Concord Counseling, 700 Brooksedge Blvd. Call Mary Kay Ansley at 614-8829338, ext. 233. Meetings subject to change. Call to confirm.


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Senior news FROM >> A15 Family Tree, 9 a.m.; Low Aerobics, 9:30 a.m.; Bridge Lessons, 10 a.m.; Facebook, 1 p.m.; Preferred Plan, 1 p.m. Wednesday: PSE Help, 9 a.m.; Genealogy, 9:30 a.m.; Resistance Bands, 10 a.m.; Digital Camera Help, 10 a.m.; Discussion Group, 10:30 a.m.; Balance Class, 10:45 a.m.; Blood Pressure, 11 a.m.; Chair Exercise, 11:30 a.m.; Wednesday Lunch, noon; Cards/Games, 12:30 p.m.; Contract Bridge, 12:30 p.m.; Bowling, 1 p.m.; Digital Camera Help, 1 p.m.; Creative Elements, 1 p.m. Thursday: Walking Group, 8:30 a.m.; Quilting, 9 a.m.; Strength & Tone, 9 a.m.; Qigong Outdoor, 9 a.m.; Low Aerobics, 9:30 a.m.; Table Tennis, 10 a.m.; Wii Bowling, 11 a.m.; Diabetes Support, 11 a.m.; Ceramics, 11 a.m.; Mah Jongg, 1 p.m.; Delay the Disease, 2:15 p.m. The Blendon Senior Center, 6330 Hempstead Road, provides daily activities for senior adults. Members must be at least 55 years old or must be the spouse of a member that age. Membership dues for a calendar year are $15 for township residents and $20 for nonresidents. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 p.m. Sun-

Westerville public library TheWesterville Public Library is at 126 S. State St. For more information or to register for the following programs, call 614882-7277 or visit westervillelibrary.org.

day. The center can be reached by calling 614-882-1260. Transportation is provided to township residents for shopping, doctor appointments, hairdressers and to come to the center. Non-township residents may also arrange transportation, for a cost based on length of the trip. Call 24 hours ahead to make a reservation for transportation.

• Friends Ice Cream Social, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, July 11. The Friends of the Library will host the 20th annual family event on the library lawn, with ice cream and toppings, live music, face painting and stories at 7 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room. Ice cream is $1 per serving. Rain or shine. • Budding Artists, 2 to 3 p.m.,Thursday, July 11.Ages 46. Focusing on art as a process rather than as a finished product, children will explore outdoor art. Dress to make a mess. Activity Center. Registration required. • Will Hillenbrand, author and illustrator of 30 children’s books, will give two presentations: a behind-the-scenes look at his art and a hands-on art session for children from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Friday, July 12, at the library; and a storytime and showing of his original sketches from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Saturday, July 13, at the Westerville Music and Arts Festival Kids Tent. • Picture book discussion, 2 to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, July 13. Parents, teachers and others will discuss new and notable books for kids.Activity Center. Registration required. • Kindle Fire Tutorial, 2 to

Activities July 11-18: Thursday: Swimnastics, 9:30 a.m.; Zumba, 10 a.m.; Bingo, 11 a.m.; Bingo Lunch, noon; Learning Bridge, 1 p.m.;Yoga, 3 p.m. Friday: Line Dancing, 9:30 a.m.; Dominoes, 10 a.m.; Wii Bowling, 10 a.m.; Lunch, 11:30 a.m.; Bridge and Bid Euchre, 1 p.m.; Progressive Euchre, 7:30 p.m. Sunday: Social Time, 1 p.m. Monday: Golf at Arrowhead, 8 a.m.; Art Class, 9:15 a.m.; Exercise, 10 a.m.; Pinochle, 11 a.m.; Chorus, 12:20 p.m.; Bunco, 2 p.m.; Yoga, 3 p.m. Tuesday: Swimnastics, 9:30 a.m.; Morning Mingle, 9:30 a.m.; Jazz & Tap, 10 a.m.; Chair Volleyball, 11 a.m.; Bridge and Bid Euchre, 1 p.m. Wednesday: Quilting, 10 a.m.; Exercise, 10 a.m.; PIF Crafts, 10 a.m.; Pinochle, noon; Mah Jongg, 12:30 p.m.; Poker, 1:30 p.m.; Discussion Group, 2:30 p.m. Thursday: Swimnastics, 9:30 a.m.; Zumba, 10 a.m.; Learning Bridge, 1 p.m.; Yoga, 3 p.m.

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In his role as the athletics director at Westerville South High School, Buck Weaver not only wants his student-athletes to excel on the playing field, but grasp the importance of contributing to society. Weaver, 31, was approved as athletics director during the board of education meeting July 8 and will start Aug. 1. He replaces Scott Dorne, who recently stepped down to take the same position at Thomas Worthington. Dorne held the position at South for four years after having served as head coach of the school’s track and field program from 1995-2006 and cross country team from 19922000. He was hired by Worthington schools to replace Dan Girard, who resigned to become the principal at Brookside Elementary School in Worthington. “One of the biggest things about education in general is that we’re trying to mold people into being contributive members of society, not just contributing on the football field and then have things off the field that we kind of brush under the rug,” Weaver said. “Morals, values and character are very important to me. Those are the main reasons why I make decisions.” A 2000 Big Walnut graduate, Weaver competed at the prep level in football, basketball and track and field. He graduated from Ohio State in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in education and earned his master’s degree in education administration from Ashland University in 2010. He completed an administration internship with Olentangy Local Schools in 2011. After graduating from Ohio State, Weaver coached football and track coach at Olentangy Liberty Middle School and

Buck Weaver, a 2000 Big Walnut graduate, will replace Scott Dorne as athletics director at South. “Morals, values and character are very important to me. Those are the main reasons why I make decisions.” CHRIS PARKER/THISWEEKSPORTS

began teaching health and physical education at the school in 2007. In 2008, he became a health and physical education teacher at Olentangy Orange High School, where he served as boys track coach and an assistant football coach. “I was extremely impressed with Buck’s vision for what an athletic program means to a school and to student-athletes,” South principal Steve Anderson said.

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“He also has a really strong commitment to educating the whole child. He’s not just concerned with them for their strength, agility and endurance and what they can do on the field or on the court, but he wants to see them excel in the classroom, socially and the whole nine yards.” Weaver credits the experience gained working in the Olentangy school district as a key to preparing him for his new assignment.

“I got my administrative license a couple years ago, so I’ve been working hand-inhand with our front office at Olentangy Orange as far as doing some tasks that would be specific to the principal, the athletics director as well as being a coach,” he said. “I took on a lot of the duties as far as ordering and invoices.” Weaver said he will be taking over an athletics department that is rich in tradition and includes several established

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coaches. “That’s one of the things I’m very excited about and not just necessarily (the athletic programs) having successful records over the past years and having that very solid tradition, but those are very good people that run those programs,” Weaver said. “I’m excited about being able to lean on them for some support and (get) some guidance through them as well.” Weaver and his wife, Annie,

reside in Genoa Township. “I wanted to stay in central Ohio because that is where my family is from, that is where my wife’s family is from, so I wanted to stay local because I’m a very family-oriented person,” Weaver said. “I always like to be involved in my family, so that was a goal of mine.” Weaver’s older brother, Joe, is the football coach at Big Walnut. fdirenna@thisweeknews.com

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Running backs prove worth on team

finished his prep career ranked third all-time in the state in receptions with 243, and Anderson had 102 catches for 1,590 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior to lead Granville to its first playoff berth.

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When Hartley High School coach Brad Burchfield reflects on central Ohio football over the past two-plus decades, he can’t help but think about teams trying to impose their will with their running game. During his five-year tenure as coach at Centerburg and the last five seasons heading the Hawks, Burchfield has built run-oriented offenses that have accomplished that task with extreme efficiency. All three of the running backs who made third-team “All-Time ThisWeek Football Team” – Independence’s Erik Haw, Upper Arlington’s Jesse Kline and Hartley’s Noah Key – shined in a region of the state that, according to Burchfield, has been influenced heavily by its surroundings. “I think we’ve had a lot of great running backs (in central Ohio) over the years, and that’s pretty indicative of the culture at Ohio State,” said Burchfield, a 1993 Reynoldsburg graduate. “You win when you have that great starting tailback. The teams that are winning state championships have great running backs.” Key led Hartley to the Division IV state championship as a senior in 2010, Kline was named the ThisWeek Super 25 captain as a junior in 1997 when UA was a Division I state semifinalist and Haw helped Independence reach a Division II regional final as a senior in 2003. The third team also celebrates Granville’s passing accomplishments with the inclusion of two of its greatest wide receivers and Marion-Franklin’s strength in the

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Chris Miller (Upper Arlington, 2000). One of the unsung heroes of the Golden Bears’ run to the state championship during his senior year, Miller finished that season with 37 catches for 624 yards and eight touchdowns. He went on to catch 45 passes and see action in 35 games for Boston College.

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trenches with an offensive lineman and a defensive lineman making the team. Of the 27 players on the third team, seven went on to play for Ohio State and 11 others went on to play in college. The players on the third team are listed in alphabetical order by position with their final high school season in parentheses:

and ended up at Brown University, his prep career was one of the most impressive in central Ohio over the past two decades. He threw for nearly 6,000 yards and 64 touchdowns in three seasons as a starter. As a senior, he threw for 29 touchdowns and had just five interceptions, as the Dawgs finished 10-1.

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Haw (2003), Key (2010), Kline (1998). Key rushed for 20 touchdowns as a junior and 42 touchdowns and 2,885 yards as a senior when the Hawks won their

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Adam Alderman (Granville, 2008), Drew Anderson (Granville, 2003). Under coaches Mike Hensley and J.R. Wait, the Blue Aces have been ahead of the curve in terms of passing success the last several seasons. Alderman and Anderson put up some gaudy receiving numbers. Alderman had 90 catches for 1,328 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior and

Mike Adams (Dublin Coffman, 2007), Ray Ball (Westerville South, 2010), Damon Dillard (Marion-Franklin, 2012), Pat Elflein (Pickerington North, 2011), Kyle Takavitz (Olentangy, 1999). Despite having only one standout season during his college career at Ohio State, the 6-8, 305-pound Adams was one of the most highly touted linemen in central Ohio during his prep career. Dillard is believed to be the only four-year starter at Marion-Franklin and helped the Red Devils advance to a Division II state semifinal twice, and Takavitz went on to play for the University of Cincinnati and spent time on the Cincinnati Bengals' practice squad. The college careers of Elflein (Ohio State) and Ball (Wisconsin) are ongoing.

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Troy Brandt (Grove City, Football Team” series marks the 1990), Ben Huddle (Dublin fifth consecutive summer in which Scioto, 2003), Paris Long ThisWeek Community News has (Beechcroft, 1995), Torrance taken a look back at the greatest Nicholson (Marion-Franklin, moments in central Ohio sports since 1990. The series began July 2005). 4 with an honorable mention list With Brandt leading a of 140 players, which can be vaunted defense with 10 sacks viewed at ThisWeekSPORTS.com. and six tackles for losses as a The second installment features senior, Grove City put together the third team and part three will a perfect regular season before feature the second team, followed losing 3-0 to Piqua in a firstby the first team in part four. Part round Division I playoff game. five will feature a ranking of the Marion-Franklin has made top 10 coaches of the last 23 years and the final installment will be the playoffs each of the last devoted to the No. 1 offensive nine seasons and one of the player, No. 1 defensive player and players who helped get the run No. 1 coach in the ThisWeek era. started was Nicholson, who went on to play forYoungstown State. Long (Ohio State) and 2003), Rolland Steele (Scioto, Huddle (Miami) also went on 1995), Mike Young (Mifflin, to play in college. 1996). Clegg comes from a long line of talented defensive backs Linebacker Joey D’Andrea (Upper for Watterson and finished with Arlington, 2006), B.J. Machen nine interceptions as a senior (Hilliard Darby, 2007), Mar- as Watterson was a Division cus Ray (Eastmoor Academy, III regional finalist. Smith was a three-year 1993), Matt Stewart (DeSales, starter for DeSales who had 1996). There are no slouches among nine interceptions as a senior this group, considering Machen and went on to play for Capi(Georgia Tech), Stewart (Van- tal. Young totaled 17 intercepderbilt) and Ray (Michigan) all went on to play for major col- tions over his final two prep lege programs and D’Andrea seasons and went on to play for played for Division II Ashland. Akron before a neck injury During their final prep sea- shortened his career, and Steele sons, Ray starred at running was among the key players for back and linebacker as Scioto when it won the DiviEastmoor made the Division sion II state title in its first seaII playoffs and Machen helped son in 1995 and went on to play lead Darby to a Division I regional final in its first playoff berth. D’Andrea shined as a junior when he had 12 sacks and 11 tackles for losses and was solid during a senior season in which injuries kept him out of two games. Stewart went on to play for the Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons.

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for Ohio State.

Place-Kicker

Kyle Turano (Worthington Kilbourne, 1999). Better known for punting for Ohio State in 2004 after joining the program as a walk-on, Turano was a standout punter and kicker for Kilbourne. As a senior, he made 10 field goals with a long of 54 yards and two-thirds of his kickoffs were touchbacks.

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Jeff Mt. Joy (Westerville North, 1994). One in a long line of standout punters to come through North's program, Mt. Joy was the kicker and punter in 1993 when the Warriors made the Division I playoffs. As a senior, he averaged 42.2 yards on 20 punts.

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Brandon Schoen (Olentangy Orange, 2011). There might not have been a more valuable all-around player in central Ohio in 2011 than Schoen, who rushed for 1,263 yards, had five interceptions as a defensive back, scored 29 touchdowns and shined on special teams. He returned two punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns that season as Orange made the Division I playoffs. julrey@thisweeknews.com

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Watterson holding volleyball tourney Watterson High School will play host to its second-annual O’Connor/Gleich Volleyball Tournament on Aug. 11. The event, which is named for longtime Eagles volleyball coaches Ginny O’Connor and Chuck Gleich, is open to all Watterson alumni and friends and will feature brackets for women and men as well as a co-ed bracket. Current volleyball players will run the score-

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son, Beth A. Atkinson; $370,000. 848 S Third St; Kurt Jacob Lavetti; $320,000. Bexley/E. Columbus 83 S Columbia Ave; Alejandro Ariel Gru, Andrea Lorena Salavaggione; $950,000. 2115 Clifton Ave; David Alan Axelson, Meryl Jean Neiman; $712,500. 41 Stanbery Ave; Patricia W. Gockstetter; $697,250. TriVillage/Arlington 1840 Stanford Rd; Joseph Hisdorf, Elizabeth Krall; $708,500. 1430 Arlington Ave; Robert J. Stiles, Elizabeth L. Crotty-Stiles; $475,000. 1825 Coventry Rd; Christopher J. Weaver, Renee M. Weaver, CoTrustees; $450,000. Whitehall/E. Columbus 1022 Conestoga Dr; Anthony D. Jordan, Monica L. Jordan; $186,000. 4340 E Main St; Julia D. Yauri, Carlos F. Dulan Yauri; $172,000. Beechwold/Clintonville 222 E Schreyer Pl; Frederick A. McCandlish, Rosemary M. McCandlish; $380,000. 333 Arden Rd; Helen J. Hetzler; $285,000. 533 Acton Rd; Alejandro J. Planas, Nicole L. Grosklos; $244,000. Arlington/NW Columbus (N. of Fishinger) 4223 Clairmont Rd; Prashant Malhotra, Lisa Michelle Humphrey; $885,000. 3842 Hillview Dr; Adam J. Hickman, Andrea Crawford Hickman; $471,000. 1910 McCoy Rd; Michael E. Porter, Colleen A. Jones; $370,000. 2654 Brandon Rd; Mengyuan Zhao, Qian Shi; $347,500. 1366 Darcann Dr; R. Kelly Garrett, Tasleem Padamsee; $320,000. Upper Arlington 1870 Baldridge Rd; Andrew C. Neckers, Courtney B. Neckers; $995,000. 2396 W Lane Ave; Kelly E. Fronk; $950,000.

2125 Cheshire Rd; Jeffrey T. DeLeone, V. Lara DeLeone; $850,000. 2237 Oxford Rd; Safdar N. Khan, Sabrina C. Sykes; $700,000. 2640 Canterbury Rd; Jesse J. Kline, Ramona G. Kline; $535,000. 2661 Dorset Rd; Michelle W. Dado, Ralph C. Dado; $490,000. 3175 Tremont Rd, Unit 406; William T. Egan, Lisa M. Egan; $488,592. 2946 S Dorchester Rd; Andrew E. Fruehling, Alicia D. Fruehling; $375,000. 1545 Grenoble Rd; Sarah A. Cosslett, Andrew S. Cosslett; $346,000. Northland (S. of Morse) 1323 Fowler Dr; Tamara L. McMath; $110,000. Northland (N. of Morse) 2092 Atterbury Ave; Carmella L. Harris, Brenda S. Carter; $157,000. 4848 Ridgerun Dr; Gana P. Rimal, Sarika Rimal; $122,000. Gahanna 6353 Headley Rd; Joshua B. Daniels, Emily Daniels; $340,000. 3137 Grey Fox Dr; Gordon L. Kaylor, Susan L. Kaylor; $285,000. 488 Serenity Dr; James M. Tucker; $285,000. Northland/Minerva Park 2800 Shadow Falls Ln; Robert G. Smith, Linda S. Smith; $240,000. 2844 Wildwood Rd; Nicholas J. Pinizzotto, Angela D. Pinizzotto; $207,000. 2862 Shady Ridge Dr; Braden R. Dissinger, Heather L. Dissinger; $185,000. Worthington West 7731 Seminary Ridge; Lawrence E. Murphy, Constance L. Murphy; $750,000. 7638 Lealand Way; Neeraj Gupta, Rashmi Gupta; $445,000. 912 Cherryfield Ave; Susan E. Matthews, David H. Adrian; $400,000. For more information on obtaining additional home sales transactions in central Ohio, call CompuName at (614) 325-3176.


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Sports briefs Naturals baseball club sets tryouts

mhendrickson@insight.rr.com or Jim Hassel at james.e.hassel1@gmail.com.

Hartley holding basketball camp

The Westerville Naturals baseball club will hold tryouts for 2014 on Saturday, July 13, at Genoa Middle School. The tryout for the 8U team is scheduled for 8:30 a.m., followed by the 9U team at 10:30 a.m. and the 10U team at 1 p.m. For more information, contact Mark Hendrickson at

Girls lacrosse camp planned

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L A L BA F Y A LL L P WESTERVILLE YOUTH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL LEAGUE

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Walk-In registration July 13th & 20th: 64 E. Walnut street 10AM-1PM

Download & mail registration forms: www.wybsl.org (find additional info also)

WYBSL conducts Coed Tee-Ball, Boy’s Baseball, and Girl’s Softball leagues. Leagues for girls 4-15 years old and boys 4-17 years old. New players must present birth certificate. For more information, contact us at wybsl@wybsl.org or (614) 523-6101

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A lacrosse camp for girls in grades 1-6 is scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, July 15, through July 18 at Westerville North High School. The camp, led by North coach Chip Walston, will focus on stick work, cradling, catching, throwing, shooting and dodging. To sign up, contact Walston at (614) 354-9566 or twalston@columbus.rr.com. A registration form is available at westervillelax.org/Camps_Leagues. html.

Hartley High School will be holding a basketball camp for girls entering grades 4-9 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. July 22-25. Campers can register at 8 a.m. July 22. Contact Hartley girls coach

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Central Ohio schools announce coaching vacancies

The following schools are seeking coaches: Bexley – Middle school wrestling. Send letter of interest and résumé to varsity coach Edward Cruz at coachedcruz@yahoo.com. Columbus East – Girls tennis, assistant girls soccer. Send letter of interest and résumé to athletics director Walter Dudley at wdudley@columbus.k12.oh.us or 1500 E. Broad St., Columbus 43205. The application deadline is July 25. Harvest Prep – Girls basketball. Send letter of interest, résumé and three references to athletics director Kyle Hamrick at hamrickk@har-

vestprep.org. Northridge – Softball, middle school cross country, seventh- and eighth-grade boys and girls basketball. Contact athletics director Wayne Howard at whoward@laca.org. UpperArlington – Girls volleyball. Contact girls athletics director Jodi Palmer at (614) 4875210 or jpalmer@uaschools.org. Wellington – Assistant girls tennis, assistant girls soccer. Send letter of interest, résumé and references to athletics director Justin Slauterbeck at slauterbeck@wellington.org or 3650 Reed Rd., Columbus 43220.

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Delaware 197CabooseLn;BrianM.Vance, Jamie P. Vance; $417,920. 421 Maketewah Dr; Shahed N. Zaman, Nurun N. Zaman; $376,000. 219 Kitdare Dr; Gregory Charles Parks, Leah Elizabeth Parks; $357,500. 7904 Fargo Ln; Ramachandra Kura; $329,000. Dublin 8524 Stonechat Loop; Jack H. Klein; $850,000. Galena 10701 White Fir Ln; Carol A. Countiss; $565,000. 5631 Edgebrook Dr; Matthew P. Price, Amber N. Price; $376,900. Kilbourne 3850 Main St; Matthew C. Salvator; $132,000.

Lewis Center 2741 Coltsbridge Dr; Blake D Moore, Meredith M Moore; $515,000. 3694 Waverly Place Dr; Jennifer C. Padgett; $415,000. 1768 Little Bear Loop; Imran Suleman, Farheen Shakh; $394,012. Ostrander 340 Long Trail; Dime D. Milenkovski, Slavica Milenkovski; $365,746. 407 Sires Run Dr; Douglas H. Baker II, Alyson J. Baker; $285,000. Powell 10541 Forest Glen Pl; Scot D. Burris, Jeannie A. Burris; $660,000. 8836 Filiz Ln; Ryan D. Squier, Amy M. Squier; $575,000. 1350 Sherborne Ln; Thomas F Brady, Karri A Brady; $540,000. 205 Halverston Rd; John

A. Merlina, Betty Merlina; $335,000. 2586 Bryton Ct; Kelly Dudley, Dane Dudley; $320,000. Sunbury 11935 Monkey Hollow Rd; Tye A. Lang, Kimberly D. Lang; $307,500. 207 Flushing Way; Randy Nielsen, Megan Nielsen; $228,891. Westerville 985 Egret Ct; Michael E Dalton Jr, Erin B Dalton Jr; $343,000. 611 Penbrook St; James Ison, Kathryn Ison; $335,500. 6011 Highland Hills Dr; Alan C. Hackley; $325,000. 8219 Chateau Ln; Abby Vanhuffel, Peter Myer; $260,000. 7262 Park Bend Dr; Donna N. Church; $255,000.

United finishes first The Worthington United U13 Navy boys soccer team took first place in the Blast Cup Tournament. Team members are (first row, from left) Derek Justus, Ben Dawson, Kevin Stone, Will Wiet, Ian McCandlish, Michael Boyd, Justin Harrison, Daniel Sauder, Ryan Pauly; (second row) coach Ben Neer, Michael McQuade, Palmer Moats, Christian Hernandez, Zander Wigney, Spencer Steele and Lucas Hershberger.

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Classifieds BUYING UNWANTED, FIXABLE CARS - All models

FREE Towing! Call Brian: 614-325-0202

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For Unwanted Vehicles & Newer Vehicles in Need of Repair. FREE TOWING µ 614-296-3418

’03 Ford Taurus Station Wagon SE Metallic Bronze, 98K mil, Great family car û 7 passenger Newer tires, battery & alternator

4 door, 73,911 miles. Very good condition. Asking $5,250 Call for details (740) 965-9882 Please leave a message.

2003 SUBARU FORESTER

1964 CHEVELLE SS

’99 DODGE DAKOTA

V6, automatic, extended cab, cold air, bed liner, very good condition. $2,950. SOLD -- SOLD -- SOLD -- SOLD

SPOTLESS - GREAT CONDITION

$4,675 û 614-777-1320

’03 ACURA MDX TOURING

1999 DODGE RAM 1500 PICK-UP TRUCK

Silver, black leather, bose stereo system, loaded, 105,000 miles. Good condition, one owner. 3rd row seating ∂ Asking $10,200 Call (614) 459-3740 (Work Number) or (614) 638-7121

4 wheel drive, quad cab, bedliner and hitch. Good work truck, good condition, runs great. $4,895 or OBO Call Scott (614) 332-8906

’11 Chevy Equinox

Extended cab, dark red/silver, auto, 5.4 V8, leather, AM/FM Cassette, CD, nice interior, 130k miles, towing pkg, runs good, some rust. Priced to sell! $4800 OBO. 614-893-4136.

Grey with grey interior 35k mi., annually garaged

ù † ONLY 1 OWNER † ù

Adjustable-Reclining backseat CD player, Power Windows

$16,500 û 614-795-3192

û CHEVY 02 TRACKER û

Auto, 4dr, 4 Cylinder, Power Windows, Good Condition, 176K mi, $2,900; Email: eb081245@scots.edinboro.edu or call 614-764-9232

2003 GMC Envoy SLT Four-wheel drive, leather, new tires, maroon exterior, excellent condition, clean, & all maint. records. Under 65,000 miles. Asking $8,250. Call 614-868-1711

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1984 CADILLAC SEVILLE

4WD, fully loaded, navigation system, XM radio, new tires, running boards, full rack, grey w/ grey interior. 89K miles. $14,500 neg. Jerome 614-323-9334

Great Condition, Silver, Automatic, 6-CD Changer, 97K miles. $6,400. (614) 506-4599

1997 Ford F-250 Lariat 4X4

2006 Dodge Caravan Van 44,000 miles. Excellent shape, clean inside and outside. 5-disc changer, a/c, automatic. Great work van. $5,900 obo. Call 614-323-7897

’05 Ford Freestar Passenger Van

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Project Car, 283, 2 Barrel Carburetor, Unmolested, True SS, Will Start, $5000 obo

419-350-8183

1980 CHEVROLET CORVETTE

Red interior, Red Exterior L82 Automatic, PW, PB, PS, Tilt, Telescopic Steering Wheel, PA, AC, Alum Whls, All Original, 47,500 mi.

Very Nice Condition! $12,000

Call 614-565-5436

’68 CHEVY CHEVELLE SS

Very clean car! Rebuilt 396 big block auto trans. Front disc. brakes. All complete interior/exterior. Nice weld rims & tires. Priced to sell!

$15,500/obo ∂ 614-235-8643

’74 CHEVY CORVETTE Silver mist ext., dark Red int. - OSU colors. 350 cu. in. auto, PW, PB, PS, pwr. ant., tilt telescopic steering, A/C, All orig. parts. Only 18k mi. Always garaged. Show Shape!

Call 740-739-1060

1986 Chevy El Camino

305 V8, automatic, tilt, power steering. 140,700 miles. Clean! $4,200 • (740) 927-5930

CORVETTE 88 CONVERTIBLE Silver Ext, VGC, Cold A/C, Many Updates, 82K mi, Asking $10,850; 614-406-0364

’74 FORD LTD

2 door hardtop, Red, new white vinyl top, black int. 35,000 mi, 400, auto, P/S, P/B, A/C, AM radio, always garaged,

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1988 Mazda RX 7 C onvertible Red with black power top AC, 5 speed, 129,500 miles Alloy Wheels with good tires ) Excellent condition * $5,900 û 614-871-1128 Mustang 1966, 2DR green w/blk vynal top 289 auto, 36k mi, w/cover $12,500 614-403-1589

1963 NOVA

3 speed, 6 cylinder, 2 door. 67,000 miles. Good condition. Asking $5,000 or OBO. SOLD-SOLD-SOLD-SOLD

’05 ACURA TL

6 speed, gray, black leather, loaded. 120,000 miles. Tinted windows, great cond. All maintenance updated. Asking $14,800 Call (614) 226-9897

’05 Audi A4 1.8 turbo

Convertible, beige with beige top & cream interior, 28,938 mi., Clean CAR FAX & Edmunds Report

E EXCELLENT CONDITION F

$12,500 obo ù 614-354-2004

98 BUICK CENTURY CUSTOM

116K mi. Good condition $3,000

SOLD ’06 Buick Lacrosse CX

Only 52,000 mi., red, new tires, very clean, only 1 owner & non -smoker û SAVE AT $5,595 û Call Tom at: 614-761-7946 SOLD-SOLD-SOLD-SOLD

$4,950. • (614) 256-6309

$8,900 OBO û 614-893-4136

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1997 CHEVROLET ASTRO VAN

EXCELLENT CONDITION

82,770 miles, V6 engine. Automatic transmission, leather seats, very good cond. Asking $3,800

OAKSTONE ACADEMY Nondiscriminatory Policies PUBLIC NOTICE

SOLD- SOLD- SOLD- SOLD

The governing board of the Oakstone Academy School located at 941 S. State Street in Westerville Ohio 43081 has adopted the following racial nondiscriminatory policies.

Great gas mileage, automatic, air, all power options, CD player, New tires. Looks & runs like new.

The Oakstone Academy School recruits and admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs. The Oakstone Academy School will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the hiring of its certified or non-certified personnel. Any persons having knowledge of racial discriminatory practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs should contact the Ohio Department of Education, Quality School Choice and Funding, Nonpublic Educational Options Programs,25 South Front Street, Mail Stop 309, Columbus, Ohio 43215. ___________________________________________________________________________ July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 2013 ThisWeek Westerville News

OAKSTONE ACADEMY Nondiscriminatory Policies PUBLIC NOTICE The governing board of the Oakstone Academy School located at 2655 Oakstone Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43231 has adopted the following racial nondiscriminatory policies.

’07 Chevy HHR

$5,550. • (614) 301-6051

’95 CHEVY CAMARO Convertible Z28 EXCELLENT CONDITION. HOT RED. LT1 V-8. 123K miles. Professionally rebuilt engine & new transmission in 2012. Auto, leather seats, cruise, all power. $5,250 F SOLD

2004 Chevy Trailblazer LT milage 128957 grey exterior $4000.

Call (614) 915-9036 1994 CHEVY CAMARO

Very good condition burgandy, approx. 178k mi., auto., 3.4L V-6, tinted windows, AM/FM/CD, MP3, brand new tires & exhaust. SOLD SOLD SOLD

2010 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertable milage: 46614 $11,500 grey with black top, black interior.

(614) 915-9036

2001 CHRYSLER CONCORD

The Oakstone Academy School recruits and admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.

88K miles, NEW brakes & rotors,

The Oakstone Academy School will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the hiring of its certified or non-certified personnel.

DODGE 2012 CHALLENGER

Any persons having knowledge of racial discriminatory practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs should contact the Ohio Department of Education, Quality School Choice and Funding, Nonpublic Educational Options Programs, 25 South Front Street, Mail Stop 309, Columbus, Ohio 43215. ___________________________________________________________________________ July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 2013 ThisWeek Westerville News

2003 FORD TAURUS SE 61K actual miles, one owner. $2,600 in new parts. Power steering, PL, cruise & tilt. $3,950 or OBO. Call (740) 919-0454 or (614) 309-5112

’04 FORD EXCAPE XLT

Original non-smoking owner,

well maintained, all service records. 182k mi., black w/leather interior, fully equipped. Exc. cond!

$4,600 ) 614-619-5000

2010 Honda CRV

AWD - LOADED, urban titanium, leather, autostart, moon roof, USB, 55,000 miles, EX. COND.,

$19,500. 614-563-4563

Recent oil change and detail. Automatic Sunroof! UNDER BLUEBOOK PRICE!

$4,000 ∂ 614-561-1709

2,000 miles. Silver metallic. All power options. Looking for someone to take over lease of $350/mo. or purchase for $23,000. No down payment required.

(614) 440-0904

’07 FORD TAURUS SEL

V6, automatic, cold air, electric seats, power windows, power doorlocks, electric mirrors. 131K miles. Fully loaded. Excellent condition. $5,450. (614) 531-5737

1989 Toyota Supra

L6CLY 111,000 miles PW, PD, Removable Top, hatch Back, very good condition. Asking $5000 Firm

Call 614-799-0693

’05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 4 cylinder, automatic, A/C, PDL, PW, PS, PM, cruise, tilt, CD player. 132K. Nice. $7,950 Call (614) 451-5684

FULLTIME INFANT TEACHER

A prestegious child care center in New Albany is looking for an experienced f/t infant teacher. Please call 614-855-8350

98 INFINITI I30 Touring

Black on Black Leather, 136K Mi., 3.5L V6, All PWR, Bose Radio/CD, Sunroof, Good Condition, Reliable, $2,895; 614-783-0973

1998 LEXUS ES300 4DR. SEDAN

Pewter exterior, tan interior, 177K Miles, V6 Engine, 1 owner, clean car. $3000

Above and Beyond Painting Fast growing co. in need of quality, reliable & dependable people with 6 years exp. & valid driver’s license. Own transportation req’d. North area. GREAT CAREER OPPORTUNITY! CALL TIM AT 740-548-5183

Call 614-431-9619

2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR ü ù EXECUTIVE SERIES ù ü

Leather, Power Locks, AM/FM Stereo, CD/Cassette, PLUS Usual Extras. 112,800K Miles. Great Condition. $4,100 Firm, Call 614-226-4919

1997 Lincoln Town Car µ 114k-original owner µ very, very nice condition µ $3200.00.

SOLD

1992 CHEVROLET CORSICA 158 k miles, White, good engine, new muffler 8/10, New water pump 9/10, new brakes 5/11, Needs oil leak repair. $500 SOLD

V6, automatic, all power options, air, CD player. Great condition.

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2004 Lincoln Town Car LIKE NEW; 47,000 Miles $10,400 Call 614-595-1287; Owner

’99 Merc. Grand Marquis 77k mi. EXC. COND. White leather interior, all pwr., 4 NEW tires, NEW fuel pump, OB11 computer. $3,700 614-423-5010 / relay service.

’05 MERCURY SABLE 4 door, V6, automatic, air, power steering, power brakes, all power options. New tires. Excellent condition.

$4,350.

(614) 235-3400

2005 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS

One owner, excellent cond. Leather, sunroof, keypad entry. 87,000 miles, always garaged. Cold A/C, beige int./ext. SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD

HVAC Residential Service Specialists Do you feel you are not getting paid what you are worth? Are you stuck in a dead end job with no advancement opportunities? If you answered yes to any of these questions it may be time to change your work environment now! If you are self-disciplined, ethical, dependable, technically competent, looking for a career (not just a job) and want to improve your family’s financial situation, we may have a position for you. Requirements include clean background, good driving record, 2 years of experience troubleshooting residential heating & cooling systems, and always doing what is in the best interest of the client. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and 401(k) plan. Atlas Butler also offers 40 hours of paid training per year to all field associates. Qualified candidates should call Greg at (614) 737-8609, fax resume to (614) 294-1625 Attn: Greg, or e-mail resume to gbenua@atlasbutler.com. Atlas Butler is a Drug Free, Equal Opportunity Employer.

1999 MONTE CARLO

$980.00 PRICED TO MOVE! Good cheap transportation. 122,00 miles Call Scott at (614) 332-8906

MUSTANG 2007

4.0L SOHC V6 Coupe Premium $14,500.00 36,360 mi. 5 speed automatic, Tungsten Grey / Dark Charcoal Cloth, AC, CDx6, Cruise Power Locks, Call 740-816-4059

’92 OLDS CIERA

Yellow, convertible look. A beauty! Garage kept, "Florida car", been in storage, as is. $93 k mi., $3000 Leave msg, 614-837-1744

Share the happy news. Submit your anniversary announcementonline at ThisWeekNEWS.com. Click on social scene.

1998 OLDS LSS

Runs great, 111,000 miles. Minor body damage. Asking $1,900 or OBO Please call 614-214-2524

2000 Saturn SL2

auto, 4 Door, good cond. 170K miles, $1,600 OBO. Call 614-771-9252 or WHITED21956@yahoo.com

2003 SUBARU FORESTER

AWD, automatic, clean, runs well. Needs driver’s side window motor. 131,500 miles, $5,000 OBO. Call John (740) 965-3363 can leave message.

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QUALITY EDUCATION SINCE 1965 Register Now for 2013-2014 School Year 2-1/2 yrs (potty trained)-5 yrs old ACCEPTS PFCC (Title 20)

www.ascensionpreschool.com 1479 Morse Rd. (614) 268-2010


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CONSTRUCTION NOW HIRING CREW MEMBERS Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation Overnight Travel Required Class B CDL required within 90 days

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Office for interviews located in Grove City ) APPLY ONLINE

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Mayfair Village, a skilled nursing facility, has an immediate opening for a Full-time RN. Experience working in a Long-Term Care facility preferred. Excellent wages including a full benefit package. If interested, please stop by 3000 Bethel Road to complete an application. You may also email your resume to kelly_richards@lcca.com. Mayfair Village is an EOE.

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July 11, 2013

SKILLED TRADES JOB OPPORTUNITY

Painter

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Email resumes/applications: careers@ywcacolumbus.org Or send by mail to:

YWCA Columbus, Human Resources, 65 S. Fourth St. Columbus, OH 43215 Visit ywcacolumbus.org for more details

PRESCHOOL TEACHER

Careers at GetGo® Convenience Store and BRAND NEW KITCHEN - SUB SHOP!

Now feature a brand new Kitchen/Sub Shop!

RECEIVE A $200 SIGN ON BONUS FOR ALL NEW HIRES! OPEN INTERVIEWS FRI. JULY 12th from 9-3 p.m. at the Giant Eagle

at 2801 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215

GetGo® is a traditional convenience store named after the idea that you “Get in. Get out. Get Going” Customers depend on GetGo® for fresh food on the go. Apply at careers.GiantEagle.com For more details contact: Tabitha Starcher 740-562-9124 Tabitha.Starcher@GiantEagle.com Get organized! Ask about GARAGE SALE KITS!

Get your Ducks in a row and call ThisWeek to place your Garage Sale listing! CALL TODAY! DON’T MISS THE DEADLINES:

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SUNDAY EDITIONS 5 p.m. Wednesday prior to publication

Linworth Children’s Center is currently looking for a Part-Time Preschool Teacher. This position requires an Associates degree in Early Childhood Development or equivalent. Previous experience is also required. Please fax resumes to Anna at 614-336-8486 or call 614-336-9559.

PRESCHOOL TEACHER Gahanna Christian Academy Need teacher for F/T, M-F. Need 2 P/T teachers, M-F, 3-6. Contact (614) 536-1586

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ADMIN.

Westerville family business seeking individual to handle all aspects of administrative duties related to managing Apartment portfolio including interaction with tenants/ maintenance/leases/move outs. Attention to detail/phone skills/ & rental management exp. a must. Full time position. Email: db81611@icloud.com

STNA Positions

Mayfair Village, A skilled nursing facility, has immediate openings for our FT & PT STNA positions . Experience working in a long-term care facility preferred. Only serious applicants should apply. Excellent wage & benefit packages, including w/e bonus. If interested, please stop by 3000 Bethel Road to complete an application. Mayfair Village is an EOE.

The Dispatch Media Group, Central Ohio’s #1 media company, offers amazing opportunities for highly motivated sales professionals! With the marketing power of our daily, weekly and monthly publications, as well as our websites, web partnerships and apps, we offer our clients a total marketing solution to help grow their businesses. Our account executives are charged with developing solid relationships with clients and potential clients, and taking a consultative and creative approach to the sales process. If you thrive on building relationships, developing and growing business and exceeding expectations, we would like to hear from you! Please visit

dispatch.com/careers

to view and apply for our exciting career opportunities in advertising sales. The Dispatch Printing Company offers a competitive benefits package, including 401k with company contribution and generous PTO offering. We are an equal opportunity employer.

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or at: Kroger Distribution Center 2000 Nutter Farms Lane, Delaware, OH 43015 Phone: 740.657.2116 EOE

Career Opportunities Discover an exciting career with Cass Information Systems, Inc., the nation’s largest provider of automated payment services, serving the needs of Fortune 500 companies. We are currently searching for dynamic members to join our rapidly growing team in the following areas: Data Entry Operator enters billing information into a computerized system. Responsible for timely processing and accuracy of work. Required minimum of 10,000 KSPH both alpha and numeric combined. Offsite Invoice Payment Specialist (Part-Time) enters billing information into a computerized system in a work-at-home environment. Training is completed onsite, Monday thru Friday 7:00 AM-12:00 PM for approximately 4 months. Required Minimum of 10,000 KSPH both alpha and numeric combined. Utility Extractor (Part-Time) extracts, sorts, and reviews utility invoices according to departmental and customer procedures. Work schedule is 25 hours a week, Sunday 12pm-7pm and Wednesday thru Friday 2pm-8pm. Apply online today at www.cassinfo.com or send your resume to HResources-COL@cassinfo.com EEO/AA/M/F/V/D


July 11, 2013

ThisWeek Westerville News & Public Opinion

AIM YOUR CAREER IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION NEW OPPORTUNITIES!

SUPPRESSION TECNICIAN SimplexGrinnell is a global leader in the design, manufacture, installation, and service of a comprehensive array of networked & integrated fire alarm & suppression, security & communications systems. Our continued success and growth has produced a need for a Suppression Technician in our Dublin location. The successful candidate will be responsible for the inspection of fire extinguishers, exit and emergency lights, restaurant and suppression systems maintenance and installation. The ability to uncover sales opportunity and developing good customer relationships add value to this position. Minimum Qualifications: State of Ohio Certification for Portables and Hood Systems a plus but not required at time of application. Must be able to lift equipment and tools up to 40 lbs. Must have good oral and written communication skills. Self motivator with good organizational skills. Background check and drug screen required. To apply please visit www.simplexgrinnell.com and click on Careers. SimplexGrinnell offers excellent compensation and benefits program, including educational assistance and matching 401(k). EEO M/F/D/V

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DISTRICT SUPPORT The Columbus Dispatch is seeking highly motivated candidates for District Support positions at our Columbus area warehouses. District Support employees are an integral part of the daily distribution of newspapers to our subscribers. Working early morning hours, they prepare the paper for delivery and help deliver papers using their own vehicle. If you have considerable initiative, strong organizational skills, ability to work under deadline, reliable transportation and you are familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and email, apply today at dispatch.com/careers.

TECHNICAL LEAD

Znode, Inc., a hibu company, has an opening for a Technical Lead, working in our Columbus, OH office. This position is responsible for performing highly complex technical tasks and managing the development efforts of the developers assigned to a given project. Primary responsibilities: ∂ Coordinating development efforts with other developers assigned to a given project ensure that the project requirements and goals are achieved. ∂ Write documents for project progress reports, and code documentation. These documents may communicate highly complex information to individuals who may or may not be technically oriented ∂ Analyze systems, design, and implementation tactics across aspects of a project. ∂ Coordinate development timelines with outside resources to ensure that he project requirements and goals are achieved. ∂ Provide leadership in the implementation of new technologies, methodologies and procedures within the organization. ∂ Taking requirements and creating an implementation strategy and planning and tasking those requirements out to developers ∂ Research and provide direction for technical issues that are presenting roadblocks ∂ Quality verification of code produced by developers Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or Information Sciences and Technology plus 5 years minimum experience in IT positions (such as Software Engineer, Software Developer, Computer Programmer), which experience must include at least 3 years of experience in a lead or senior role. Demonstrated technical competency in ASP.Net ,C# , ASP.NET MVC, SQL server, Object Oriented Programming Skills , WEB API, Subversion, JQuery and HTML also required. To apply, please contact Justin.Doerner@hibu.com.

We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

DISTRICT SUPPORT The Columbus Dispatch is seeking highly motivated candidates for full and part-time District Support positions at our Columbus area distribution centers. Position includes morning hours, variable days of the week. District Support employees prepare the paper for delivery and help deliver papers using their own vehicle. If you have considerable initiative, strong organizational skills, ability to work under deadline, reliable transportation with liability insurance coverage and you are familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and email, apply today at dispatch.com/careers. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Lumber Yard Work

American Health Holding AMERICAN HEALTH HOLDING is seeking an inbound queue associate to join our New Albany, Ohio Utilization Review team. This position is responsible for intake and screening of medical necessity review requests. Position requires previous Call Center experience. Medical terminology, billing/coding, precertification experience is helpful. For more information and to apply, visit us online at www.WorkAtAetna.com. AHH Inc. is an Aetna company. Aetna is an AA/EOE/M/F/D/V. We conduct pre-employment drug and background screening.

VETERINARY

Patterson Companies has full time opportunities for Veterinary Support/Training Specialists in Ohio! Specialists are the front line in responding to support phone calls, and troubleshooting to resolve and educate the practice on software/technical questions over the phone or real time within the practice. Some travel required. For the complete job description and to apply, please visit: jobs.pattersoncompanies.com/ohi o-jobs

† û CHILDCARE û †

Church of the Good Shepherd, North Columbus, is searching for a loving, responsible adult to care for children up to 4 hrs on Sundays plus other child care needs during the year. Pay hourly/negotiable. Send application letter & resume with refs to: Nursery Worker; Church of the Good Shepherd; 6176 Sharon Woods Blvd.; Columbus, 43229 or email: goodshepherdum@sbcglobal.net.

Customer Service Rep

Looking for Commercial Lines Customer Service Rep for insurance office. Must be a fast learner with good work ethic and strong technical skills. Experience of at least 3 years is preferred. Excellent benefits and incentives. EEO

Respond to Box # 1031 The Columbus Dispatch 34 S. Third Street Columbus, OH 43215-4241

Immediate Cargo Airline Openings

Air Transport International, an FAA certified 121 air carrier has the following positions opening immediately in Wilmington, Ohio. ∂ Executive Assistant ∂ Engine Analyst ∂ Airframe Analyst ∂ Maintenance Controller ∂ Quality Assurance Auditors ∂ Publications Administrator ∂ Records Clerks ∂ Records Coordinator ∂ Supervisor of Aircraft Records ∂ Technical Publications Manager ∂ Training Administrative Specialist ∂ Travel Consultants. Please go to https://airtransp ort.applicantharbor.com to view job descriptions and to apply on-line. EOE M/F/D/V

Landscape Labor Positions

Dave Brown Landscape Group, a FullService Landscape Management Co., is looking to hire hardworking, self motivated Crew Leaders & Crew Members. Our team is top notch & holds high standards in both character & professionalism. Exp. is preferred but will train motivated candidates. Fill out an application online at davebrownlandscape.com or call our office at (614) 855-6993.

CLASS A DRIVER PART-TIME / FULL-TIME For Trenchless Pipe Co. Some Overnight Travel

Wanted Driver/Yard person to drive non-CDL truck, build loads for delivery, and operate forklift. Must be 18 years old with valid Ohio Driver’s license and good driving record.

EMAIL RESUME TO: cellarlbr@sbcglobal.net OR APPLY IN PERSON AT: The Cellar Lumber Company, 137 E. College Ave., Westerville

Apply in Person 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

4143 Weaver Court S., Hilliard, Ohio 43026 DFWP

EEO

SCHOOL STAFF ParaProfessional. 2 years college or pass ParaPro test and obtain a parapro license. Intervention Specialist. HQT in 2 or more subject areas. Brookwood Academy serving students with social/ emotional as well as learning needs. Send resume to Brookwoodcols@yahoo.com or fax to 614-235-2280.

Clinton Estates Yard Sales 7/13/13 9a-2p. Start at Trinity UCC 1180 Shanley Dr and travel thru for bargains, cookouts and more! Fri-Sat, 7/12-7/13, 1-4 4992 Winter Song Lane, Westerville. Fine furnishing, appl, wall art, vintange and collectibles. GARAGE/MOVING SALE. July 12 & 13 9-2 Bedroom furn, desk, pool tble, treadmill, lots more. 6959 Riverside Dr., N of Home Rd., Delaware, 43065.

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Garage Sale:

7133 Winterbek Ave, New Albany

Thur-Fri-Sat July 11, 12 & 13

Items include curio cabinet and mirror, Butler coffee table, Club Runner golf cart, 27" TV, framed prints, baseball cards and much more. GARAGE SALE Fri., July 12 & Sat., July13, 8:30-4:30 8001 Schott Rd., Westerville Between Smothers & Walnut Prom Dresses & misc. items Garage Sale To Help Fight Slavery!. On July 20th from 7am-2pm at 9326 Tahoma St. Columbus 43240, Compassion To Act-Ohio is having its annual garage sale! ALL the proceeds will go to fight the war on human trafficking. We will have furniture, home goods, clothes for all ages and genders ect. Please come out and help fight the war on modern day slavery! Visit us on the web for more info about CTA-Ohio and human trafficking. www.compassiontoactohio.org or 614-886-6144

SONOCO PLASTICS

MAINTENANCE MECHANICS AND BLOW MOLD/ISBM OPERATORS Sonoco Products Company, a global consumer and industrial packaging company, is hiring at its Columbus and New Albany facilities. Dynamic, quality focused, and customer driven team members are directly responsible for maintaining quality assurance to the highest standards in the industry and a strong commitment to safety. The ideal candidate must be willing to work 12-hour shifts including weekends, overtime and some holidays. We have some day shift and many night shift positions. Qualified MAINTENANCE candidates must: • Have an excellent attendance history, a strong work ethic and desire to learn. • Possess the following skills: Industrial control knowledge, PLC programming and ESWP standards, ladder logic, electrical troubleshooting, mechanical aptitude, understanding of attention to detail, motivation to learn and improve systems, ability to quickly advance to company electrical qualification testing. • Must be able to interpret and understand basic electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic drawings and functions. • Minimum two - three years of maintenance mechanical experience in a manufacturing operation. • Perform all plant equipment start up and shutdown procedures individually and/or with production team personnel in a safe and efficient manner. • Must utilize own personal basic tools and follow proper product safety measures when completing maintenance. Qualified BLOW MOLD/ISBM OPERATOR candidates must: • Start up and shutdown molding equipment in a safe and efficient manner. • Monitor and adjust molding parameters in order to correct defects and optimize the process to produce product within customer specifications. • Possess mechanical aptitude to be able to perform some maintenance on machinery. • Be a self-starter and able to work with a minimum amount of supervision and follow up. Additional Information: All new employees must possess HS diploma/GED, pass drug screen, background check and job skills assessment. Sonoco offers very competitive compensation and benefits including health, dental, life insurance 401(k), paid vacation, holiday pay, etc. Submit resume to tami.barton@sonoco.com. Please include a cover letter outlining your background and wage requirements. EEO Employer.

HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTER

Educational organization is seeking public speakers to provide motivating presentations to high schools throughout Ohio. Individuals must be highly motivated, have excellent communication, organizational and time management skills, attention to detail, ability to travel and a positive attitude. Excellent compensation. Average of $100+ per day and expenses 3-5 days per week work schedule, Paid Training, No cold calls.

Several positions available Public speaking, drama or sales backgrounds a plus.

) Must have reliable transportation * If interested, call Bradford School at 614-416-6233


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CALL THE EXPERTS www.ThisWeekNews.com/experts • To advertise your expertise, call (614) 785-1200 or toll-free (866) 790-4502

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Interior gas repair ù 614-348-2500

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Licensed & Insured µ Free Ests. Call Today! CARL 614-313-7806

Laminate Floors & More. RRP cert.

JOHN LEE CUSTOM PAINTING

ELITE DECKING

Int./Ext. Painting & Staining Drywall. Cabinets. Woodworking. 614-267-1551 INSURED

Powerwashing, Preserving, Staining Decks, Fences, Houses

614-849-9265

R.A. LONG

Interior & Exterior

We paint aluminum siding, stucco, & wood

Military to Civilian Resumes

614-864-3951

ROUSH PAINTING

Licensed & Insured. Int. & Exterior Residential & Commercial CC Accepted ∂ 614-649 6421

AB PAINTING & HANDYMAN SERVICES

Honest, Family Owned Business Fully Insured • (614) 588-4661

We specialize in writing resumes for military/veterans. Contact us at militaryresumes@yahoo.com

or 614 306-0780 for details.

Joe Hughes

Roofing, Gutters & Siding

Owned & Operated 35+ years. Lic. ∞ Ins. ∞ BBB ∞ Angies List 778-5969 JoeHughesRoofing.com

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BENCHMARK ROOFING

PLUMBING

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Roofing, Siding & Gutters FREE INSPECTIONS Licensed, Bonded, Insured &" 614-236-2000 "& www.benchmarkroofing.com

DALTON SIDING

882-9700

"HOUSE OF WATER HEATERS" Call before 9am for Same Day Emergency Service! Senior Discounts OH Lic. #25971

& HOME IMPROVEMENT

Siding, Roofing, Gutters. Windows & All Exteriors. Member BBBµLic/Bonded

CALL (614) 571-3072

Charley’s Handyman Services

No Job Too Big or Small... WE DO IT ALL! Painting, Plumbing/Snake Drains Remodeling, Electrical, Roof Repairs Hot Water Tank Repairs/Replacement Insured, Bonded, 10+ Years Exp

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614-589-1091 BLOOM BUILDERS

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614-837-LORD(5673)

Grant’s Tree Service A Complete p Tree Service 30 Years of Experience Climbers Stump Grinding Bucket Trucks Insured Free Estimates

614-753-3992


July 11, 2013

Huge Annehurst 3-Family Sale

Thur.-Sat., July 11, 12, 13; 9a-3p 58 Ormsbee Ave., 43081 Furn., pics., HH, adult name-brand clothes - wm: 12-18W & men: XL.

HUGE FLEA MARKET WESTERVILLE OVER 3,000 SQ FT OF COLLECTIBLES, PRIMITIVES, ANTIQUES, JEWELRY, TOYS. COINS , 12 TABLES OF QUALITY TOOLS (SnapOn). COOKIES, PIES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AND MUCH MORE! TIMES 7/12 8-5 & 7/13 9-3 LIFE GIVING CHURCH (Formerly Redeemers) Church, 395 N. Sunbury Rd. CONTACT 740-739-1441

û HUGE GALENA YARD SALE û Saturday, July 13th; 9am - 2pm Furn, Rugs, Lamps, Antiques Misc Décor Pieces, & MORE! 3371 S Old 3C, Galena 43021.

Huge Moving Sale Violet Meadows Pickerington. Saturday, July 13th 9:00-4:00. 7245 Zapata Place. Great designer accessories, artwork, furniture, clothing and plenty of household items. If you need it, it’s probably here!

HUGE MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE! July 12 & 13 8-2 4908 Silo Ct. Hilliard TREK 820, Kate Spade/Coach/Vera Bradley/Brighton. Costume jewelry galore. Household. Kids stuff. Furniture. MUCH MORE! Don’t miss this! Huge River Trace Moving Sale, 7/12-7/13, 8-3, 631 Glacier Pass, 43081, Piano, furn, HH, lots more.

HUGE SALE - 4 FAMILIES

Fri 7/12 8-3, Sat 7/13 8-1 126 Buckeye St. (Walnut and Spring) Furniture, sleigh bed, HH, bass guitar, keyboard w/wood stand, baby/kid, toys, train tbl, car seat, lots more!

HUGE Westerville / Galena 3-Day Downsizing Tag / Estate Sale, Nearly All Home Contents. Caring Transitions Central OH announces large downsizing estate / tag sale in the Westerville / Galena area (Address: 4148 Sunbury Dr, Galena, OH 43021). Dates: Thurs-Sat, July 11-13 from 9am to 3pm.Nearly all home contents including baby grand piano, leather sofa and chairs, end tables, coffee tables, home decor, figurines (many pugs and Italian / Greek influence), area rugs, dining room suite. Office furniture and accessories, many electronics including televisions, computers, gaming consoles (w/accessories and games). Ladies brand name clothing and accessories.Bedroom furniture suites, wall racks, K’nex and Lego sets, lamps, Longaberger baskets, flatware set, candles, tons of DVDs and BluRays, garden decor and statues, holiday items, tools, garden tools and equipment, so much more! See pictures and get more info: "like" us on Facebook, www.f acebook.com/caringtrans or call (740) 833-5050.

ThisWeek Westerville News & Public Opinion

STRATFORD CHASE TOWNHOMES A luxury townhome community in the Polaris area is hosting our first ever COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE! Saturday and Sunday, June 13th & 14th 8:00am-2:00pm. We already have dozens of residents signed up to participate, so this will be a great opportunity to hit up numerous sales within walking distance of each other! Each towhome has its own attached garage, so this sale will be held RAIN OR SHINE! The community is located at: 275 Lazelle Rd, Westerville, OH 43081. From I-270, take 71 North to Polaris Parkway turn left. Follow to Sancus Boulevard and turn left. Continue to Lazelle Road, turn right and follow to Storrow Drive on the left. - OR -Follow Route 23 North 1 1/2 miles to Lazelle Road. Turn right and follow to Storrow Drive on the right. We are located at the corner of Lazelle Road and Storrow Drive. You can’t miss us!

PIANO-Yamaha Baby Grand Disklavier Player Piano, blk, orig $17000 asking $13000. Also, Dyson DC17 Animal, w/all attach $300 614-846-9699

Adorable Family Raised Bundles of Fun. We specialize in small bred puppies. Go to: myhomekennels.net; 330-893-2722. Mini Schnauzer pups, 3M, blk 10wks, UTD shots, tails docked, Mom of premises $400 740-788-9229 or 740-973-4430 Toy Yorkies. ready to go..AKC..shots and wormed, pop, 2 males..Call or text 9376584267 WHEATON TERRIERS, AKC, docked, dewed, shots, wormed, caution, fuzzy, bottle drinking teddy, may be too cute for some. $1500. 614-253-9074.

Need new wheels? Find your next car in

Classifieds

N. E. 5450 Larkwood Dr. 43229 3BR, 1.5BA, incl. appls., 2C. att. gar, lg. bsmt. (partically fin.), lg. scrn’d in bk patio area, $1K mo. + $1K dep. NO pets. 614-882-5154. NORTH 2&3 Br, full bsmt, near Oaklyn Park & E. North Broadway. $600, $700 & $800/mo. Call 740-971-9337. SUNBURY 4BR, 2.5BA, on 7 acres! 2 car att gar. $2150 mo. Deposit required. Lease opt avail. Avail August 1. Call 614-325-3683 TAYLOR AVE, Off Hudson, 3br, 1.5ba, bsmt, gar, sun room , no section 8. $725. 1mo dep. and 1st mo. rent required. No pets. Jim 323-3133.

WESTERVILLE "OLDE"

4 Big BR, 2 BA, Lrg. Kit, 1700-1800 SF. Central air, $1,199-$1,399 per month. Call (614) 890-0244

ù VENDORS NEEDED ù

2nd Annual Mom2Mom Sale

Linworth Children’s Center Sat, August 3rd from 8am-Noon Rent a table, sell your new and gently used baby/children’s items. Contact Teri at 614-336-9559

CROWN & EAGLE

BUYING

Gold Stamps, Sterling, Diamonds, Coins, Watches, All Collectibles. 5303 N. High St. Call 614-436-2042.

SMALL ADVERTISMENT HIGH BUY PRICES

GROVE CITY COINS & CURRENCY

Don’t Be Fooled By Big Ads WE PAY MORE !! Buying All Diamonds Loose and Mounted Get My Price Before You Sell

NO ONE WILL BEAT OUR PRICES Check us out before you Sell US SILVER DOLLARS $22+

Don’t Sell Your Coins to a Gold and Silver Meltdown shop 70 yrs Coin experience on staff 2 SAFE GROVE CITY LOCATION 3919 Broadway and NEW 2655 Columbus St. M-F 9:30-5:30, Sat 10-4 614-946-3846

BCF Firewood

& " 614-397-2752 " & Seasoned, Camping & Firepit Hickory Wood; Resid/Comm

White Labrador Retrievers- Puppies. White Labrador RetrieversPuppies AKC, champ bloodlines. Born May 30th. Please Call 614783-9818, 740-966-5866. Located New Albany, Ohio ! Yorkie Pups ! CKC, M’s, F’s. Current shots, wormed. Cash only. Call 614-875-1110 Yorkshire Terrier Puppies AKC & CKC registered, Females $400, Males $300 plus tax. Vet checked & 1st shots. 740-796-6345.

APPLE VALLEY ∂ HOWARD, OH.

Spacious 4BR, 2.5BA located in Apple Valley overlooking the beautiful golf course. Large kitchen with gorgeous view. Florida room adjoining. Finished lower level which features family room w/wood burning stove. Kitchen, 2BR and a bath. 3 car garage with additional workshop. Asking $169,900 Call Bob Stulka with Real Estate Showcase, Mt. Vernon Ohio. (740) 627-0109

NATURE LOVERS PARADISEBeautiful home on 94 acres m/l in Southeastern Ohio. Great escape from the city. New addition in 2012. Features are as follows: Anderson wind. above ground pool, hot-tub, decks, 5br, 2.5ba, barn w/3 acre pasture, raised garden beds, 2 ponds, 2 bsmts workshop, storage shed, lovely front porch. Additional hunters cabin on rear of property. MOTIVATED SELLERMAKE OFFER. Contact Nea S. Henry, agent for APPALACHIA REALTY 740-418-4135 anytime

MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE

Sat. July 13th, 8am-4pm 697 Cherrington Rd., Westerville Decades of great quality items! Decorative & household, scrapbook & craft items, women’s clothes, etc.

N.E. - 3 BR, 2BA, twin single Ranch LR, FR, 1 car att garage w/opener, bkyrd, NO section 8. No smoking, near Friendship Village. $995/mo+deposit. Call 740-5491178 or 740-417-0272

DINING ROOM SET: Cherry, table w/2 leafs, hutch & buffet, 6 side chrs., 2 arm chairs, EC, only used at holidays $2500. 614-436-1803. Whirlpool, White Smooth top Range, ele, used 1wk, $400. Maytag Microwave, 1000watt, used 1wk, white, $250. 614-668-8261 WHITE Kenmore Washer & Dryer, like new, approx 4yrs old. Asking $300. Call 248-561-8355. Ohio

Newark Area 25+\- acres combo of meadows, mature pines, 1qtr mile wooded trout stream, Make this a wildlife lovers dream come true, 35 mins from Cols, $375,000, 740-345-8393

Home for rent - Forest Park East 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, lr, dnrm, fam rm, basement, fenced yd, 2 car garage, diswash, refrg, stove. $1100.00 a month,

call 614-266-1996.

TWIN SINGLE-NORTH 1095 Tulsa Dr. 2 br, 1 ba, 1 car gar., appls & A/C, new carpet, patio, lg bsmt, no pets, no sec. 8. $725 & dep. Sr. disc. 614-263-8551

39 W. LINCOLN ST. 2 BR 1 1/2 BA townhouse apt. Prv. patio, off str. prkg. No pets. Avail. August 17. ∞ $680/mo. 614-579-0077 or 614-337-0120

COLUMBUS COLONY 1 & 2 Subsidized housing accepting applications for residency. Serving the elderly, disabled & hearing impaired population. 1165 & 1105 Colony Dr. Westerville, OH 43081 614-890-6152, VP 614-423-6589

’96 KAWASAKI NINJA Z-X-11

Buckeye Lake, North Bank Lake Property. Weekly Vaca Rental, dock avail, sleeps 4-10, $500$1100/wk Call 1-740-4-rentin (1-740-473-6846)

****NOTICE**** Investigate before you invest. Call the Ohio Division of Securities BEFORE purchasing an investment. Call the Division’s Investor Protection Hotline at 800-788-1194 to learn if the investment is properly registered and if the seller is properly licensed. (This notice is a public service of ThisWeek Newspapers)

Dark red with chrome vance & hines, 4 to 1 exhaust. Corbin seat and new battery and tune-up. Always garaged, very nice. $2,000 ∂ Call Ted at 614-473-0110

2011 Suzuki V-Strom

DL 650 Dual Sport w/ABS Brakes. Like new, mint condition. Includes rear wheel stand. 1300 miles. $6700 CALL 614-395-3065

’06 Yamaha R1 1000

50th Anniversary Special Edition Black-yellow w/one of a kind paint can-am filter, new tires, garaged, excellent condition, only 1 owner with all maintenance records. $7,300 obo û 614-202-7244

ITEMS FOR SALE

Lending Opportunities *******NOTICE******* Borrow Smart. Contact the Ohio Division of Financial Institutions’ Office of Consumer Affairs BEFORE you refinance your home or obtain a loan. BEWARE of requests for any large advance payment of fees or insurance. Call the Office of Consumer Affairs toll free at 1-866-278-0003 to learn if the mortgage broker or lender is properly licensed. (This is a public service announcement of ThisWeek Newspapers.)

Brick Buddy alert system for towing. Excellent condition. $325.00 Blue Ox tow bar w/safety cables. $225.00 Please call (614) 888-3015

Don’t miss the deadline to advertise your garage sale:

Boat Parking at Hoover - Sunbury/ Maxtown Rd. Seasonal or Yearly Parking. Call Lynn 439-6405

THURSDAY EDITIONS

2001 WILDERNESS GL COME LIVE WITH US, YOU’LL LOVE IT! Great Location With Move-In Gifts! WE PAY YOUR WATER & SEWER µStudio & 1 BR µAll First Floor µPrivate Patios µLots of Storage µOn-Site Management µBeautiful Landscaping Thornapple Apts 614-471-6124 info@thornappleapts.com

GREAT LOCATION!

East Worthington Village 1BR Garden Apts: $450 - $475 2 BR Townhomes: $600 & $625 Call 614-436-2900 Today!

Stygler Village Apts.

140 Imperial Dr., Gahanna A housing community designed for those 62yrs of age or older or the need for accessible unit, is now accepting applications for 1BR & 2BR apts. Rent based on income. TTY 614-442-4390 For info call 614-475-2255

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31ft, 5th wheel camper. 2 slides, new tires. $6,000 or OBO. Must see to appreciate. û READY TO GO û (614) 263-4095

5 p.m. Monday prior to publication

SUNDAY EDITIONS **Conceal & Carry Classes** 1 day class offered by experienced certified NRA instructor. Groups or one on one available. 614-829-7775.

5 p.m. Wednesday prior to publication

CALL TODAY!

2000 BMW R1150 GS

24,707 Miles ABS, heated grips Hard luggage, tank bag GPS mount, hand guards Garaged. GREAT BIKE!! $4,900 neg; SOLD SOLD SOLD

(614) 785-1200 Toll free: (866) 790-4502

DOG GROOMING

Summer is better with sand, sun & a clean best friend! Reasonable Rates, Gentle Care

GROVE CITY - 5894 Ravine Creek Dr. Beaut.l 1 story, 2 BR, 2 BA condo - Ravine at Quail Creek. Living rm has cathedral ceiling w/ fireplace. Fully applianced kitchen w/ granite counter tops. 1 BR has California closet, other BR has walkin. W/D room & bonus Sunroom. Avail. July. Water, sewage & trash pick up incl. $1200 mo. If int. in buying, price is neg. 614-747-1066.

Pick-Up & Delivery Only (40 lbs & under) Westerville Area

14 yrs experience

Call Tracy at

614-282-2580

CALL THE EXPERTS www.ThisWeekNews.com/experts • To advertise your expertise, call (614) 785-1200 or toll-free (866) 790-4502

A RETIRED ROOFER

A+Rated ∂ BBB Member Repair Work, Shingles, Flashing, Wind Damage, Rubber, etc. All Work Guar. ∂ 614-352-7057

RTS ROOFING

Shingles ∂ Rubber ∂ Slate Box Gutters ∂ Lic./Ins. ∂ BBB

614-414-7997 - 30 yrs. exp.

ALL REPAIRS DONE IN YOUR HOME All Makes & Models

Free Estimate ù Prompt Service

614-890-7362

www.AllSeasonsWallSystems.com

Clean, Oil & Adjust, Service Call $29.95

Stucco Repair Specialist

Call Rob: 614-436-8364 & visit

ARBORIST CARE OHIO CERTIFIED ARBORIST TREE PRUNING TREE REMOVAL TREE MAINTENANCE

Fully Ins. Free Est. 614-791-8640

† SID’S TREE CARE †

THE PATCH DOCTOR Do you have holes in your stucco? Are you missing your stone? I CAN DO IT ALL! Paul @ 614-348-3237 Fully Insured ∂ Over 25 Yrs. Exp.

Stumpbusters

We Make Your Stumps Disappear! Free Estimates ∞ Fully Insured Prompt, Courteous Service CALL 614-268-1401

Trimming, Removal, Pruning Lowest Price......Guaranteed! Sid, 614-562-7695, BBB www.sidslawncare.com MATHEWS TREE SERVICE BBB, S.S. AWARD Tree Removal-Stump Grind -Topping-Trimming Call: 614-704-2181

"STUMPS OF TIME" TREE SERVICE

Fully Ins. • 614-353-7634 • Sr. Disc.

SULLIVAN TREE SERVICE Tree Removal ù Storm Damage

KEVIN’S TREE SERVICE A-Rtg Angie’s List. Ins. 24 yrs exp. Prof. Tree Care 614-855-5986

Rich’s 65’ Bucket Truck Tree Service-Stump Removal, Lic. & Ins. Free Estimates Call 614-394-2367

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www.sullivantreeservice.com

"ARBAUGH TREE SERVICE"

37 Years Exp. ∂ Free Estimates Certified Arborist on all job sites (614) 837-1316

MARILYN’S

Wallpaper Removal Exc. Refs. µ Free Est. Call 614-899-6589


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USDA Angus Chuck Good Old Fashioned

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Farmer’s Local Best! White Silverqueen

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3 lbs. Top Rump Roast 3 lbs. Beef Chuck Roast 2 (1 lb ea) Beef Stew Tips 3 lbs. Pork Country Ribs 8 each Loin Pork Chops 8 each Beef Cubed Steaks 8 each Beef Chopped Sirloins 3 (3 lb ea) Cut-up Chickens 5 (1 lb ea) Beef Ground Chuck 3 (1 lb pkg) Italian Sausage Links

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10 Beef Rib Eye Steaks 10 Beef T-Bone Steaks 2 (3 lbs ea) Beef Rump Roast 20 Pork Loin Chops 10 (1 lb.) Beef Ground Chuck 6 (3 lb ea) Cut-up Chickens

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3 lbs. Top Rump Roast 1 ea. (3 lb) Beef Chuck Roast 10 ea. Loin Pork Chops 10 ea. Beef Cubed Steaks 3 (1 lb pkg) Italian Sausage Links 5 (1 lb ea) Beef Ground Chuck 3 (3 lb ea) Cut-up Chickens 10 ea. Split Chicken Breasts 3 (1 lb ea) Chicken Breast Tenders 10 ea. Beef Chopped Sirloins 3 (1 lb ea) Beef Stew Tips

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2 ea. (3 lb) Beef Boneless Chuck Roast 5 ea. Beef Rib Eye Steaks 10 ea. Loin Pork Chops 10 ea. Split Chicken Breasts 20 ea. (1/4-Lb.) Beef Patties 3 (1 lb pkg) Italian Sausage

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3 ea. Homemade Ready-to-Bake Pizzas 3 ea. Presto Pleasers Meatballs in Sauce 3 ea. Presto Pleasers Spaghetti Sauce 1 ea. (6 1/2 lb. tray) Meat & Cheese Lasagna 5 (1 lb pkg) Italian Sausage Links 10 ea. Split Chicken Breast 6 ea. Beef Filet Mignon Steaks 3 (1 lb ea) Chicken Breast Tenders 3 lbs. Top Rump Roast 10 (1 lb ea) Beef Ground Chuck 10 ea. Loin Pork Chops 3 (3 lb ea) Cut-Up Chickens ALL FOR 20 (1/4 lb. ea) Beef Patties $ 2 (1 lb. pkg) Sliced Bacon 27500

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10 (8 oz ea) Bacon Wrapped Beef Filet Mignon Steaks 4 ea. Beef T-Bone Steaks 4 ea. Beef Chopped Sirloins 4 (1 lb ea) Beef Ground Chuck 4 ea. Bratwurst Links 4 ea. Mild Italian Links 2 (3 lb ea) Cut-up Chickens 3 (1 lb ea) Chicken Breast Tenders 10 each Chicken Leg Quarters

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