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July 1 - July 14, 2018 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLIV, No. 26

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The love

of dancing

By Dedra Cordle

Staff Writer

Three teenagers are trying to make a

difference in the lives of others through a

shared love of dance.

Their mission began innocuously

enough when a call for performers for the

annual talent show at Briggs High School

went over the public announcement system.

Having been involved in dance since

she was 5, sophomore Lanae Turner

knew she wanted to be included in the

showcase.

“I wanted my friends to join me

though,” said Turner, 15, with a laugh.

After asking around, she found two

willing participants in Desiree

Thompson, a cheerleader at the school,

and Sharerisa Newell, who was on the

drill team. Though all were used to performing

in front of the crowd, the duo and

Turner relied on each other whenever it

dawned on them that they would actually

be dancing in front of all of their peers.

“I wouldn’t have been able to do this

without them,” said Thompson, 16.

Over the course of a few weeks, the

group of friends whipped up their own

choreography, set it to music and practiced

until they said were almost sick of

the routine. It was during one of those

multitude of practice sessions that a

greater idea popped into their heads.

As a child growing up in Dayton,

Turner says she was not always the happiest

of people.

“I wasn’t this smiling, positive and

confident person that I am now,” she

explained.

She credits her involvement in dance

with her shift in personality.

“It was my coping skill; my relief, really.”

Knowing that her friends felt the same

Messenger photo by Dedra Cordle

Desiree Thompson (left) and Lanae Turner (right) are two thirds of a group of teens

that have formed a dance troupe at The Center, an after-school and summer recreation

hub on the westside. Along with fellow Briggs student Sharerisa Newell, the trio

teach their love of dance to youngsters several days a week.

way she did, they started tossing out ideas

on how they could help others that were

wading through life’s struggles.

“I said we should start our own dance

group as kinda a joke, but then it became

less so,” said Turner.

Having used The Center, an afterschool

and summer recreation hub on the

westside, as a base for a few of their dance

practices, Turner knew how much of an

impact it had on children her age and

younger.

“I thought it would be a great place to

start our dance group,” she said.

With their blossoming idea in mind,

the trio went before Rachel Muha, the

founder of the Brian Muha

Foundation/The Run the Race Club, with

their request.

“We thought she would say no,” Turner

admitted.

“I can’t believe they thought I would

say no,” said Muha, shaking her head and

smiling.

Since opening The Center several years

ago, Muha said the growth of activities

has largely come from suggestions from

the children and young adults who use the

facility as a home away from home.

“They’re one of the reasons why we

have so many things to do,” she said,

referring to their art room, music room,

library, salon, science lab and imagination

room.

She said it was only fair that they have

a dance studio as well.

“I know that dance can change lives

and give people a sense of confidence that

they might not get elsewhere.”

Shortly after their talent show performance,

the trio got to work forming the

DLS dance team and have been hard at

work teaching boys and girls to dance ever

since.

“I really enjoy what we’re doing and

how far they have come,” said Newell.

“It’s nice to know that we’re helping

children find a passion,” added Thompson.

For several days a week, Turner,

Newell and Thompson go over routines

with original choreography, praise their

budding skills and establish a relationship

beyond the art form.

“We want to be here for them and give

them someone to look up to,” said Turner.

“It’s really important for us they we are

good role models for them.”

Muha said she has no doubt that they

are living up to their personal example.

“It’s amazing what they are doing for

these kids,” she said, “and I cannot wait to

see what else they can achieve.”

Dog park plans

in Prairie Twp.

By Amanda Ensinger

Staff Writer

A dog park could be in the future for

Prairie Township.

“I would like to ask the board for permission

to apply for the Bark the Park

Grant,” said James Gant, director of the

community center at a recent board meeting.

“This is a $25,000 grant done each

year to establish dog parks.”

The township owns approximately 20

acres of property at 161 Cole Road, which

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Inside

Pets of the Week ................. 7

The Reel Deal ................. 12

Nuisance Properties

Township trustees discuss ideas to

help handle nuisance cases Page 3

Library Expansion

Friends raise funds for Westland Area

Library expansion project Page 6

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Community Focus

Fresh produce

Free fresh fruit and vegetables will be distributed on Saturday,

July 14 to qualified, low-income Franklin County residents. The

fresh produce will be available at Central Baptist Church, 1955

Frank Road, beginning at 11:30 a.m. To assist in registration,

please bring a photo ID and your current address in Franklin

County. You are asked to also bring heavy-duty bags, boxes or

carts to carry the bulk produce home. For more information, contact

the church at 614-279-3115 or

www.centralbaptistcolumbus.org.

Commission appointment

The Greater Hilltop Area Commission will seek to fill one

appointed seat at the July 10 meeting. In order to be appointed to

the commission, all applicants must be present at this meeting.

Qualifications for the seat are that the applicant must be 18 years

old or older and either live in the Hilltop or work or own property

in the Hilltop. The term for this seat will be from Sept. 1, 2018 to

Aug. 31, 2021. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. at the Hilltop

around the westside

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Library. For more information, email jmccallister.ghac@sbcglobal.net.

Immunizations in PT

Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and child immunizations

on July 19 at the Prairie Township Fire Department, 123

Inah Ave. Most major insurances are accepted. A sliding fee scale

is available for those with no insurance. To schedule an appointment,

call (614) 525-3719 or visit www.myfcph.org.

Thomas and Sheryl Shirley are pleased to announce

the commissioning of their son 2LT Tyler Shirley into

the United States Army, and his graduation from

Western Kentucky University. Tyler is a Criminology

major and will be a Military Police Officer stationed at

Fort Lewis Washington. He will begin his career at Fort

Leonard Wood Missouri, where he will endure 17

weeks of training.

Congratulations

Tyler

for graduating WKU with honors,

and

for graduating Distinguished Military Graduate

in the ROTC program!!

Kiwanis gives to Boys and Girls Club

The Hilltop Kiwanis gave a helping hand to the J. Ashburn

Junior Boys and Girls Club. This donation will help offset

some of the cost of the club’s summer program. Pictured

here Kiwanians Paul Pennell and Pam Weaver are with some

of the children in the summer program.

PRAIRIE

Continued from page 1

could be used as space for a dog park.

“We have looked at adding a dog park here, as well as a community

garden and a natural play area,” Gant said. “However, first

we need grants.”

In order to setup the community garden,

the township is looking at adding water

access to the area via a well and tank.

The trustees granted permission for Gant

to apply for the grant.

In other news, the board discussed demolishing

homes on Tamara Avenue and Alton

Road to help alleviate the flooding issues.

Residents from Tamara Avenue have

voiced their concerns with flooding on the

street, saying the issue has continued to

worsen.

“I have had flooding numerous times at

my home on Tamara Avenue,” said George

Messenger photo by Sandi Latimer

A trip to the barn

Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputy Cindy Forsythe, the community

liaison officer for the far Westside of Columbus, handles

Liberty, one of several horses in the Sheriff’s

Department’s Mounted Patrol. Cindy and her husband Bob, a

Columbus Police officer, guided about 40 people from the

Greater Lincoln Village Block Watch through the barn on

June 27. The Block Watch took a field trip for its monthly

meeting.

Polling, township resident. “I don’t know what to do at this point

and am on the verge of selling my home. I don’t want to, but I can’t

keep dealing with this.”

Resulting in several feet of water every time a heavy rainstorm

passes through, residents also complained of not being able to park

on the street because the water gets so high they can’t get out.

As a result of these concerns, the township is looking at demolishing

certain properties.

“There are two houses on Alton Road and a property on Tamara

that have more than one flood insurance claim and are eligible for

a grant to remove the houses,” said Tracy Hatmaker, township

administrator. “The homeowners would be responsible for 12.5

percent of the removal costs. If the homes were demolished, the

properties could be used to help relieve flooding on the road using

grading, rain gardens and maybe more structural features.”

While township officials cannot promise the improvements will

occur or the homes will be torn down, they did acknowledge it is

serious concern to them that they are looking into options.


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Government Focus

Nuisance property discussed in township

By Amanda Ensinger

Staff Writer

Franklin Township trustees discussed how to handle

nuisance properties at a recent board meeting and

again brought up the idea of becoming a limited home

rule government.

“Right now, we have 16 properties the township

owns, we have six properties Central Ohio Community

Improvement Corporation owns and two properties in

tax foreclosure,” said Franklin Township

Administrative Assistant Jessica Rice. “A lot of the

properties we own are empty lots where the home has

been demolished.”

Township officials are now trying to determine

what they are going to do with these properties. A few

ideas that have been discussed include offering to sell

the lots to neighbors who may want to expand their

home or yard, creating a community garden and selling

the lots to a third party.

“The township doesn’t want to take on any more

properties,” said John Fleshman, township trustee.

“However, we would like empty lots, anytime we can

get God’s green Earth we should take it.”

However, the taking over of the empty lots has

resulted in more work for the road department, as they

have to cut the grass on the property and ensure it

doesn’t become a nuisance.

The issue of nuisance properties again brought up

the issue of home rule. Township officials said these

are the types of issues that they could better address if

they were a limited home rule government.

“Our hands are really tied. If we had become limited

home rule, we could enforce laws like this,”

Fleshman said. “We can’t make the wheels turn faster.

We have to submit a complaint to Franklin County

and wait for the wheels to turn. Basically, the best we

can do isn’t good enough.”

In November 2017, the township tried for the second

time to become a limited home rule government.

This would have given the board power to more quickly

enact rules already laid out by Franklin County and

the Ohio Revised Code.

However, voters rejected this with 64 percent voting

against and 36 percent in favor.

Rice said it would have allowed the township to

crack down on nuisances in the community, such as

massage parlors, solicitors, overgrown grass and high

weeds and a variety of other laws that are currently

being violated in the township.

“When people violate laws, limited home rule would

just allow us to act a lot faster than the county can,”

Rice said. “It also would help us clean up the township

faster and deal with the abandon houses we have

faster than the county is able to.”

Trustee Ralph Horn said that with the amount of

rental properties in the township now, it is crucial they

become a limited home rule government.

“We need the authority to do things about this,”

Horn said. “The county is split up into two code

enforcers and it takes time for them to get to us.”

The trustees added that they hope they can revisit

this in the future and potentially add it to the ballot

again.

Foster families needed on Westside

By Sandi Latimer

Staff Writer

A representative of St. Vincent’s Family

Center appealed to the Westland Area

Commission for families to foster babies.

Jill Frost told commission members at

the June 20 meeting that the hardest foster

parents to find are those to care for the

babies.

“When their own children are past the

baby stage, their baby years are done,”

Frost said.

She said that with the most recent baby

needing foster care, “We had to scramble to

find someone.”

Children needing foster care have gone

through abuse and neglect, and often the

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families are battling addiction.

Those who wish to foster children go

through training and a background check.

“Supporting the child is most important,”

Frost said. “And the biggest thing

you can do is spread the word.”

St. Vincent’s is located at 1490 E. Main

St. Last year, the agency worked with

5,000 families.

A second speaker, Zach Gwin, introduced

himself as an assistant attorney in

the office of City Attorney Zach Klein.

Gwin wanted to know if there were any

neighborhood issues where the city attorney’s

office could help. He cited the hotels

at Route 161 and I-71 that had become a

haven for drugs and prostitution that the

city was able to get boarded up.

Commissioners Dave Van Order and

Nancy Day-Achauer talked about buildings

under construction on W. Broad St.

Day-Achauer said they are being built as

an extended stay motel but are being rented

as apartments.

In other news, Teena Thompson, Dave

Van Order, and Marian Hymer were reelected

for three-year terms. Adam Slane

resigned, citing assignments at his job as

an aide to U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers prevented

him from attending many meetings.

Anyone wishing to serve on the commission,

a liaison arm of the Columbus City

Council, should contract Scott Taylor at

scotttaylorwac@gmail.com.

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Happy 4 th of July

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The Fourth of July is a day to celebrate

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In Achievement

Westland project

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WESTGATE

BAPTIST CHURCH

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readers connect with religious resources in our community. Make sure these

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Last month, the Friends of Southwest

Public Libraries hosted a special fundraiser

dinner at Pinnacle Golf Club.

More than 60 library supporters gathered

to enjoy an Italian dinner and listen to

a presentation by Chef John “Guido”

Magnacca about his recently published

cookbook, “Not Your Dinner for Two:

Feeding the Whole Damn Family Italian

Style.” Magnacca is executive chef at Cimi’s

Bistro at the Pinnacle Club.

Between ticket sales and matching

donations by the Friends, the event generated

$1,400 to support the

expansion of the Westland Area

Library Youth Services

Department. The 3,670-foot

expansion, projected to begin

construction this summer, will

help library staff meet increased

programming demands.

Friends of the Library Board

of Trustees President Carol

Rorick presented a check to

Southwest Public Libraries

Board of Trustees Janet Shailer

and Westland Youth Services

Pictured here (from left) is Janet Shailer, Mary Allen and Carol

Rorick.

The Reverend

Stanley Benecki

Librarian Mary Allen for the donation. SPL Director

Mark Shaw also spoke at the event about the Westland

expansion.

The Friends of Southwest Public Libraries is a nonprofit

organization that supports the mission of

Southwest Public Libraries. The group conducts

fundraising, volunteer work, public awareness efforts

and literacy programs in the community on behalf of

the library.

Southwest Public Libraries is the second largest

library system in Franklin County, serving more than

120,000 patrons and 127 square miles. It is comprised

of two regional, full-service libraries, Grove City

Library and Westland Area Library.

For more information, visit www.swpl.org.

Celebrating 34 years of ordained ministry

and 17 years as pastor of St Mary Magdalene

Catholic Church (2001-2018)

westside

An invitation to an open house reception for

Fr. Stan, beginning with prayer service at

3 pm followed by reception until

5 pm in the church hall.

A prayer for God's Blessings in retirement.

The people of

St Mary Magdalene Parish


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Pet Corner

Pets of the week

Prudence is an

affectionate sweetie.

This lovable, 5-yearold

pooch will make

you so happy. She

loves being around

people and can’t wait

to meet you.

Prudence will give

you endless kisses

and love. She’s not

overly interested in

other dogs and

would do best as

your one and only. Adopt her from the Franklin

County Dog Shelter.

FYI: 614-525-3647 or www.franklincountydogs.com

These furry friends are available

for adoption at local

rescues and shelters

Tilly just wants to be

by your side. This 1-

year-old loves being

around people and

can’t wait to have a

home where she can

just cuddle all day.

She’s very easy to

walk and would be an

amazing forever

friend. She doesn’t

seem to mind other

dogs but should meet

any furry friends before adoption. Tilly is up for

adoption at the Franklin County shelter.

FYI: 614-525-3647 or www.franklincountydogs.com

Ophelia is one

sweet loving girl. Her

owner moved and

just set her outside

to fend for herself.

Fortunately she was

rescued from the

streets and is now

waiting for a new

family who will love

her forever. She’s

quite deserving and has a great personality.

She is 2 years of age, spayed, microchipped,

FL/FIV negative and up to date on vaccines.

Adopt Ophelia from Colony Cats and Dogs.

FYI: www.colonycats.org

Parker was found

trying to integrate

into a feral cat

colony. He had been

someone’s pet at

one time because he

was very friendly and

not doing well fending

for himself. He

was taken out of that

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situation and is now up for adoption in the

hopes of finding a forever home. Parker is 1

year of age and is up for adoption through

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Hunter is a very

handsome, typical

German shepherd.

He is very smart,

needs a lot of exercise

and is very loyal

to his people. He has

the whiny talk, loves

a tennis ball and

wants lots of attention.

He is very strong

but loves children. He

is about 6 or 7 years old and needs someone

with previous shepherd experience to work

on commands and socializing him. Adopt

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Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

during the month of JULY and be registered

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Drawing will be held July 30, 2018

and the winner will be notified and published

in our August 12th, 2018 issue .

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For June 2018

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xEmployment

NOW HIRING for 2018-2019 School Year!

WE NEED DRIVERS

No CDL Required

Posions are PT, working 20‐24 hrs per week

We offer dayme shis, no nights/weekends & have paid

training. Company vehicle provided for use during working

hours. Individuals must be able to pass a background check,

a pre-employment physical/drug screen, have no DUI’s and

have less than 4 points on their OH license.

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SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS

The South-Western City School

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Available positions are for substitute drivers that

can develop into “Regular” positions with benefits.

Interested individuals should submit an application

on our website at swcsd.us. Follow the

employment link. Applicants should have an

excellent driving record and must submit to drug,

alcohol, and background screening. A high

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READER

ADVISORY

The National Trade Association

we belong to has

purchased the following

classifieds. Determining

the value of their service

or product is advised by

this publication. In order

to avoid misunderstandings,

some advertisers do

not offer “employment”

but rather supply the

readers with manuals, directories

and other materials

designed to help

their clients establish mail

order selling and other

businesses at home. Under

NO circumstance

should you send any

money in advance or give

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license ID or credit card

numbers. Also beware of

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xFocus on Rentals

xLegal Ad

Preschool/Daycare

IN THE MADISON COUNTY PROBATE COURT

In re: Estate of Kathryn Whitt

Case No. 20131118A

NOTICE

In pursuance of the order of the Probate Court of

Madison County, Laura Susan Rucker nka Mouser,

Executrix, through the Madison County Sheriff,

will offer for sale at public auction at the door of

the Madison County Courthouse, 1 North Main

Street, London, Ohio 43140 on the 27th day of

July, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. the following described

real estate:

Situated in the Village of Galloway in the County

of Franklin and State of Ohio and being Lots

numbered Sixty-three (63) and Sixty-four (64) in

the said Village of Galloway, Franklin County, Ohio.

Parcel No. 240-001746-00

Property address: 1881 N. Main St., Galloway, Ohio

The premises are appraised at $9,600.00 and must

be sold for not less than one thousand dollars and

no cents, and terms of the sale are: Ten percent

down the day of sale and balance in thirty days.

Laura Susan Rucker nka Mouser, Executrix

Renae E. Zabloudil, Attorney at Law

P.O. Box 83, London, OH 43140

WESTSIDE/M June 17, July 1 & 15, 2018

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xPublic Notice

PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP

BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

PUBLIC HEARING NOTIFICATION

July 10, 2018 at 7:00 P.M., at the Prairie

Township Hall, 23 Maple Dr.

Variance Application No. 627-VA-18 – 1145 Alton Road,

Galloway, Ohio 43119. Proposes a variance from the provisions

of Section 1002; to allow the property owner to have more than

one (1) principal structure on the same lot for a temporary period

of time, and to also allow the owner to reside in his existing home

while the new home is being constructed, and have up to six (6)

months to remove the existing home after the certificate of

occupancy is issued.

Appeal Application No. 130-AP-18 – 951 Military Dr, Galloway,

Ohio 43119. Requests a review of a decision made by the

Prairie Township Zoning Field Inspector in a violation letter dated

February 16, 2018 which states the property owner was in

violation of Sections 300, 320, 350, 351, 568 #2, 920, and 1015

of the Prairie Township Zoning Resolution; disputing that the

applicant is operating a Home Occupation and parking a

commercial vehicle in an R-6 Zoning District.

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APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN OUR FRONT LOBBY OR CALL

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Rentals

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OFFERED

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in loving hm. Exp. Mom, n-

smkr, hot meals, sncks,

playroom, fncd yd. Reas.

rates. Laurie at 853-2472

HELP WANTED

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800-685-7597

Home Health Aides

$13.00/hr. after 90 days

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Must be passionate about

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DATED SALES

YARD SALE

Sunday, July 1, 9-4

1110 Wiltshire Rd.

Moving Sale - July 6-7-8

10 till 6. 1001 Bainbridge

Pl. Some of Everything!

PETS

Boarding • Grooming

• Pups For Sale

Zoofari-Debcha Kennels

875-1599

Professional Pet Grooming

by Darlene Romans

18 yrs exp. 308-9649

WANT TO BUY

We Buy Cars & Trucks

$300-$3000.614-308-2626

We Buy Junk Cars &

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minerals and other oil &

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WANT TO BUY

$ Cash At Your Door $

for junk or unwanted cars

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ANTIQUES

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Clocks, Bookcases

Antiques, Furn.

Jeff 614-262-0676

or 614-783-2629

MISCELLANEOUS

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APPLIANCE REPAIR

Washer, Dryer, Stove &

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AUTO SERVICE

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MIDLAND AUTO

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BLACKTOP

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614-875-6971

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Quality Materials Used

FULLY INSURED

Driveway Seal ( by broom)

Hot Fill Crack, Asphalt Repair

Call or text for Free Est.

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CARPET CLEANING

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3 Rms - $44.95. Pet odor

treatment. 614-805-1084

CARPET WORK

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& INSTALLATION

614-444-5799

CLEANING

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with Love & Passion

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Holly’s Halos

Accepting New Clients

2 Hours - $40-$50

Bonded-Ins. 614-426-3624

Grace Work Cleaning

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or occasional cleaning

services. Yrs. of exp.

Tammy 740-258-1619

Cleaning, 20 yrs. exp.

Call Judy 614-946-2443

CONCRETE

ALL-CITY CUSTOM

CONCRETE

All Types Concrete Work

New or Tear Out-Replace

36 Yrs Exp.

(614) 207-5430

Owner Is On The Job!

AJ’s Concrete,

Masonry

Good Work - Fair Prices

Block Foundations

Driveways • Sidewalks

Epoxy/Overlay Floors

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Now Accepting Credit Cards

614-419-9932

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CUSTOM CONCRETE LLC

Specializing in Custom Colors &

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Including Remove & Replace

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Reputation Built

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Lt. Hauling & Room Add.,

Block Work & Excavation

Stamp Patios,

Bsmt. Wall Restoration

36 Yrs Exp - Lic & Ins.

Free Ests. 614-871-3834

Buckeye Cement

Contractors

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36th Year in Business

614-539-5640

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ELECTRICAL

HAHN’S ELECTRIC

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FENCING

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We do all Types of Fencing

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Free Estimates

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for your convenience.

614-379-5710

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No Job Too Big or Small

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GUTTERS

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5 & 6” Seamless gutters,

covers, siding, gutter clng.

Bill 614-306-4541

HAULING

DEAN’S HAULING

614-276-1958

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THE COLUMBUS ROAD SHOW

TUESDAY, JULY 10 TH THRU SATURDAY, JULY 14 TH

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In Entertainment

Conservation covered in latest dinosaur blockbuster

My bars of expectation were set low for

“Fallen Kingdom,” the sequel to the 2015

dinosaur romp “Jurassic World.”

‘Surely, it can’t be any worse,’ is what I

thought while waiting for the screening to

start and yet it was able to pull out a surprise.

Admittedly, “Fallen Kingdom” is not a

great film but it makes for a far better

viewing experience than its predecessor.

It’s equally as stupid and silly but the content

within is slightly more resonant than

whatever it was that was in the one that

came before.

It is set four years after carnivorous

dinosaurs killed and maimed hundreds of

tourists at the ancient beast resort of Isla

Nublar and things are still not going so

well throughout the land.

Though previously established as being

Summer Scribbles

Students in grades 6 through 12 are

invited to enter the ninth annual Summer

Scribbles Youth Writing and Poetry

Contest to be held at Southwest Public

Libraries.

The contest, sponsored by the Grove

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The Reel Deal - By Dedra Cordle

built on a dormant volcano, Isla Nublar is

now ready to blow because plot advancement

dictates it to be so.

Most animal lovers across the globe are

pushing for the remaining species to be rescued

and leading the charge is Claire

Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), the previous

head of operations at Jurassic World

and the non-sensible shoe wearer of prehistoric

creature chase scenes.

As the president of the Dinosaur

Protection Group, Claire has made it her

mission to get these wonderful beasts to a

safe haven but thus far no government

agency has been willing to lend a hand, or

the few billion dollars necessary to do so.

With the volcano ready to erupt at any

moment, magnate Benjamin Lockwood

(James Cromwell) reaches out to Claire

and proposes to fund the rescue mission. In

City Writers’ Group and Friends of the

Library, is open to any student in grades 6-

12 who lives within the boundaries of

South-Western City Schools. There are two

divisions (6-8th grade and high school) in

two categories — poetry and fiction. Prizes

in all categories will be: first place - $100;

around the westside

turn, she reaches out to her former partner

and noted velociraptor trainer Owen Grady

(Chris Pratt) for assistance.

Taking the position of the majority of

the public, Owen initially believes they

should let the dinosaurs die on the island to

correct the hubris of humans who believed

they could and should be cloned. But his

mind is changed when he is told that Blue,

the slightly more emphatic velociraptor, is

still living on Isla Nublar.

Because there is another film to follow

this — it is set to be released in 2021 — the

rescue mission does not go as planned and

we are introduced to multiple plot points

related to human cloning, dinosaur warfare

and how people would fare should

dinosaurs be released into the world. My

guess on the latter is not great, but there

are some people I wouldn’t mind being

second place - $50. Rules and entry forms

are available in the Youth Section of both

the Grove City Library and the Westland

Area Library. Contest ends July 31.

For more information, email Diana

Hannon Forrester at dhannon55@aol.com.

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whisked away by a flock of Pteranodons.

While “Fallen Kingdom” is an overall

silly movie, it works in a way that “Jurassic

World” didn’t by offering more thought

about human stupidity, conservation, and

animal rights. I never expected to see a

message about the importance of the latter

two in a summer blockbuster movie not

named ‘Planet of the Apes,’ but here we

are.

Perhaps because the expectations were

set so low, I found “Fallen Kingdom” to be

not half bad. It’s entertaining, non-dragging

and just a decent way to spend two

hours. Grade: C+

Dedra Cordle is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

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