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September 23 - October 6, 2018 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXVI, No. 7

Messenger photos by Rick Palsgrove

Cruisers keep kickin’

The Groveport Madison varsity girls

soccer team put up a good fight, but

lost to Columbus School for Girls 4-0

in a game played at Cruiser Stadium

on Sept. 11. Cruiser Emilie Sithixay

(top) tracks down the ball during the

game. Cruiser goalie Alissa Blackstone

(above left) clears the ball from the net.

Cruiser Diana Licea battles CSG player

Blair Glimcher for the ball near the

sideline.

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Groveport and its police

are reaching agreements

Second of three contracts

approved by city council

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

The city of Groveport and its police

department have agreed to two contracts

with one more agreement remaining to be

negotiated.

On Sept. 10, Groveport City Council

approved a three year collective bargaining

agreement dated from July 1, 2018 through

June 30, 2021 for the police department’s

four sergeants who are members of the

Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association.

“Sergeants are all at max salaries: 14

percent above highest patrol base rate of

$38.18 per hour ($43.53) as of July, 2018;

14.5 percent above highest patrol base rate

of $39.32 per hour ($45.02) as of July, 2019

and 15 percent above highest patrol base

rate of $40.60 per hour ($46.69) as of July,

2020,” said Groveport City Administrator

Marsha Hall.

A few weeks ago, the city and the

department’s patrol officers also agreed to

a three year contract that runs from July 1,

2018 to June 30, 2021. That contract

applies to patrol officers and detectives

who are members of the Fraternal Order of

Police, Capital City Lodge #9. Under that

contract the officers’ July 2018 pay

increase is $2,000 added to the base ending

salary of the last year of the previous contract,

then a 3 percent increase of the new

salary. The officers will receive a 3 percent

pay raise in the second year and a 3.25 percent

increase in the third year of the contract.

The only remaining contract to be negotiated

is for the department’s lone lieutenant.

“The lieutenant just became part of the

bargaining union after the negotiations for

the sergeants,” said Hall.

She said the negotiations should begin

soon for the lieutenant contract, but added

she could not predict when that agreement

would be reached.

The police captains and police chief do

not have negotiated collectively bargained

contracts.

Fire Prevention Week events

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Fire Prevention Week in Madison

Township is showcasing two stations this

year with the week bookended in activities

at Station 182 in Canal Winchester and

Station 183 on Noe-Bixby Road in

Columbus.

Fire Safety Month is in October and fire

departments designate the second week of

the month as Fire Prevention Week.

“Fire Prevention Month raises awareness

of the dangers of fire and aids people

in preparing for fire threats,” said Madison

Township Fire Marshal Scott Hite.

President Woodrow Wilson designated

the first Fire Prevention Week in 1920. It

is the longest honored public health and

safety observance in the United States.

Locally, the Madison Township Fire

Department has station and truck tours

scheduled at both stations, in addition to

fire extinguisher demonstrations, bounce

house, fire safety gift bags, refreshments,

“Sparky” the fire safety dog, and EMS

medical helicopter tour.

The event is appropriate for all ages.

Activities at Station 182 in Canal

Winchester, 6600 Gender Road, also include

a youth firefighter combat challenge, food

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Rockin’ kindness at GM Middle School South

Teacher Rachel Owens and

her class spread kind words

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

Groveport Madison Middle School South

students are rockin’ kindness.

During the first week of school in early

September, students in teacher Rachel

Owens’ sixth grade English Language Arts

classes created around 80 “kindness rocks”

that were “planted’ outside around the

community for people to find.

“The idea came from the Kindness Rock

Project that has been kind of floating

around the last few years,” said Owens. “I

wanted to start the school year on a positive

note by promoting kindness between

my students and throughout the community.”

Owens was inspired to conduct the project

after reading the book, “Be Kind,” by

Pat Zietlow Miller, which is about the

power of kindness. She said the character

learns there are different ways to show

kindness and how even small acts can

make a big difference.

“After reading the book to my students

and discussing its themes, each student

painted a rock,” said Owens. “The rocks are

anywhere from 2 to 5 inches and flat(ish)

on one side so they are easy to paint. I

encouraged my students to write positive

messages or quotes on their rocks.”

Owens said other students chose to

paint an artistic design on their rocks.

“On the back is a label with the words

#KindnessRocksGroveport,” said Owens.

“After the rocks were sealed and finished,

students were encouraged to ‘hide’ the

rocks in their community. Students decided

where to ‘plant’ the rocks. Hopefully, people

who find the rocks will post a photo of it

on social media using our hashtag and then

re-hide the rock so we can see how far and

wide our kindness spreads and the students

and I can see the impact they are

having. ”

Owens said the purpose of the Kindness

Rocks Project is, “One message at just the

right moment can change someone’s entire

day, outlook, life.”

Owens wanted to show students how far

and wide they could spread kindness and

how something so simple as saying one nice

thing can make a big impact, which she

said is also a theme in the book, “Be Kind.”

“I would love to see how far our

Kindness Rocks go throughout the community,”

said Owens. “Hopefully, the rocks

will put a smile on the finder’s face and

encourage them to spread kindness as

well.”

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Some of the “Kindness Rocks” made by students in Rachel Owens’ English

Language Arts classes at Groveport Madison Middle School South.

FIRE

Continued from page 1

truck and fire safety house tour. It will be

held on Oct. 7 from 1-3 p.m.

The newest complex, Station 183 at

3228 Noe Bixby Road, is hosting Fire

Prevention Week activities on Oct. 14 from

1-3 p.m.

According to Hite, the department

decided to split the event between the two

stations in order to “showcase our newly

opened fire station to the public and area

residents of the township. The National

Fire Protection Association, along with the

Madison Township Fire Department urges

people to stay informed and aware of current

fire threats.”

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Four to be inducted into Cruiser Athletic Hall of Fame

By Rick Palsgrove

Southeast Editor

Four more standouts will be enshrined

in the Groveport Madison High School

Cruiser Athletic Hall of Fame this year.

“We are proud to announce the next

great class of the Groveport Madison

Athletic Hall of Fame,” said Groveport

Madison Athletic Director Steve Petros.

“This class not only features a Cruiser from

long ago in Irma White, but also two athletes

who also succeeded at the college level

in Skip Ivery and Daryl Royal. We are also

inducting a member who may well have the

longest tenure in the athletic department

in Brenda Moody. This will be a fun class

that still has a lot of local ties here in

Groveport. Having the opportunity to have

the ceremony in our brand new high school

will only make the occasion more special.”

Groveport Madison’s

State Report Card results

show student growth

Groveport Madison School received an

overall Grade of “C” and Value Added

Grade of “A” for 2018 on the State Report

Card.

The overall grade includes six components:

Achievement, Progress, Gap

Closing, Improving At-Risk K-3 Readers

(previously known as K-3 Literacy

Improvement), Graduation Rate and

Prepared for Success. Out of Ohio’s 609

school districts, 41.6 percent earned a “C”

this year.

The Value Added grade reflects that

students achieved more than a year’sworth

of academic growth over the course

of the year.

In addition, the district received an “A”

for the academic growth of students who

have struggled the most (the lowest 20 percent

of achievers), an “A” Value Added

grade for students with disabilities, and an

“A” Value Added grade for students who

are receiving gifted services.

The district’s “Gap Closing” grade

increased from an “F” to a “B.”

The Gap Closure component indicates

how the district is meeting the performance

expectations for the most vulnerable

students in English language arts, math,

graduation and English language proficiency.

“We could not be more pleased with the

growth and progress our students are

making,” said Superintendent Garilee

Ogden. “Our staff has worked tirelessly to

ensure our students are academically successful.

We are focusing our efforts to

ensure that every student is achieving to

their maximum potential, making every

lesson and every day count. The State

Report Card is one benchmark for us to

measure our efforts, and we feel good

about the direction in which we are moving.”

The seventh annual Cruiser Hall of

Fame ceremony will be on Sept. 28 in the

Groveport Madison High School commons

area, 4475 S. Hamilton Road. The induction

ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. and is

open to the public prior to the varsity football

game vs. Franklin Heights (the game

begins at 7 p.m.). The inductees will also be

introduced to the crowd in Cruiser Stadium

at 6:30 p.m.

About the inductees

•Irma White - White was a 1927 graduate

and basketball standout on Cruiser

Hall of Fame coach Lucinda Doersam’s successful

girls basketball teams of the era.

White, who played forward and was team

captain for two years, was a prolific scorer.

As a junior, White scored 357 of the team’s

517 points. She easily outscored the opponents’

total team points of 283 that season.

Groveport Police statistics

August crime statistics for the city of Groveport, according to

the Groveport Police: 23 accidents, 1 assault, 5 burglaries, 2 criminal

mischief/trespassing, 9 domestic disputes, 1 domestic violence,

2 OVI and alcohol issues, 1 fight, 2 disorderly conduct, 13

thefts/robberies, 2 missing persons/juveniles, 0 weapon related

call, 2 narcotic related offenses, 7 general complaints, 0 school

related incidents, 1 identity theft, 1 suspicious vehicles/persons,

7 parking, 1 threat, 1 vandalism, 48 traffic citations, 0 sex related

crime, 4 suicide attempts.

Let’s Talk About It Book Club

The Let’s Talk About It Book Club meets the second

Wednesday each month at 2 p.m. at the Southeast Library, 3980

S. Hamilton Road, Groveport. Upcoming book is: Oct. 10 - “The

Killers of the Flower Moon,” by David Grann.

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•Daryl Royal - Royal was a football and

basketball star who was a 1994 graduate.

Upon graduation, he held the school

records for most rushing yards in a game,

season and career. He also held the school

records for rushing average and points in a

season. He continued his career by earning

a scholarship at the University of

Cincinnati. He was also a standout basketball

player who played on back to back

OCC title teams and ranks highly in career

points.

•Skip Ivery - Ivery excelled in both football

and track. He continued his two sport

achievements at Wittenberg University. In

track, he won the NCAC Division III championship

in the 110 meter hurdles. He had

four All American

finishes. He was a

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in 2004. He was inducted into the College

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also a member of the Cruiser Hall of Fame.

•Brenda Martin Moody - Moody is a

1977 graduate who has served as the athletic

department assistant for 27 years,

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Over the past five or so years, I’ve had a

love/hate relationship with the prospect of

turning 40.

For me, it seemed like a huge jump to go

from your 30s to your 40s. I remember

when I was young, probably in my 20s,

turning 40 was like hearing about this faroff

land … a place you knew existed, would

eventually get to someday, but couldn’t

quite comprehend what that would look or

feel like.

I didn’t think of it as a dystopia-like

place, but it wasn’t exactly utopia either.

Some people say age is just a number,

but those who go through midlife crises

may disagree.

I used to joke that on my 40th birthday,

it would be just like any other day - nothing

to see here, move along.

Then I got sick - really sick. And there

were a few moments where I began to wonder

whether I would even have the opportunity

to celebrate that 40th milestone, or

have the choice to simply move along.

Earlier this month, I turned 40, and

although what I received was the gift of

back-to-school germs from my oldest, I

spent a lot of time reflecting on what it

meant to me to hit that personal milestone.

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Reflections on turning 40

Life Moments

Sure, turning 40 typically

comes with even

more gray hairs than I

thought possible. I don’t

get up off the floor quite

as fast as I used to, and I

now have to watch what

I eat at night so acid

reflux doesn’t keep me

burning the midnight oil.

I’m also a little more

worried about what

health concerns may

start manifesting. It

seems like that list of

health screenings you

Christine

Bryant

should start checking off, one by one, is just

around the corner.

Turning 40, however, comes some pretty

great things also.

Your teen years are known as the awkward

years, but I remember plenty of times

when I felt awkward in my 20s and 30s. I

had a hard time saying no, and I cared

entirely too much about what other people

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thought of me.

I admit I still do care what people think

about me, but only certain people - those

who mean something to me.

I’ve also felt a shift in my priorities. I

feel more at ease now with knowing what

truly matters in life, and though sometimes

I drift off course, I actually have a course

from which to follow that aligns with my

ideals.

You also begin to realize that what you

thought would kill you, or what seemed

like the end of the world in your 20s and

30s, really won’t end your life. You’ll move

on, and you have enough examples from

your 20s and 30s to prove it.

Lastly, while there are some aspects of

getting older that increases my anxiety, I

feel a little more free to take risks - to follow

unrealized dreams - and let go when

something doesn’t work out.

Maybe that’s my own little personal

midlife crisis - instead of feeling regret, act

on something before remorse can creep in.

I used to be afraid to turn 40, but I can

say without a doubt, now that I am 40, I’m

so very happy to be here.

Christine Bryant is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

Running realization

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One of the things I’ve noticed about getting older is

how sudden realizations pop into one’s mind.

We go along in life working and doing all the other

things we do to live and maintain ourselves. We often

don’t notice our bodies aging. We still think we’re the

young people that are floating around in the memories in

our brains.

Then one day this thought bubbled up in my head: I

can’t remember the last time I ran as fast as I could.

It’s not that I’m inactive. I bicycle a lot, exercise, hike

and so forth. I’ve even run slowly for short distances when

I had to. I’m in decent shape. But when was the last time

I sprinted? I mean, really pushed my legs to cover ground

quickly. I don’t remember. Maybe it’s when I finally

called an end to my basketball playing career when my

knees said, “Enough!” some years ago.

Running as fast as one can is common when you’re a

kid and in our young adulthood. It’s a joyous experience,

almost Walt Whitmanesque in its liberating physical exuberance.

But, as the years progress we somehow find ourselves

in fewer and fewer situations that call for flat out fast

running. (5K race enthusiasts and Senior Olympians

excluded, as I know they still have it in them and that

makes me happy.)

In general, as we grow older and supposedly wiser, we

tend to not take chances with our bodies as hamstrings,

knees, shoulders, feet, and various other bones and tendons

balk at the

idea of unnecessarily

hopping

a fence, jumping

up or down on things, or

sprinting a 100 yard dash.

One of my fellow aging peers -

who, when we were young, could

jump over a picnic table lengthwise,

easily walk along the top bar

of a swing set like a high wire daredevil,

and climb rocks like they

were a ladder - recently mentioned

he contemplated hopping the short

distance from the floor to the first

step of a staircase and wondered if

it was worth the chance of making

his knees complain.

Things like running as fast as we

Editor’s Notebook

Rick

Palsgrove

can were once common in our lives and they slip away from

us without our consciously meaning for them to fade.

Distractions of numerous sorts dictate to our attention. We

start caring more about other activities and ideas that are

different from when we were younger. But, as we get older,

it makes one wonder what other common things we are not

noticing as the years roll by.

We change. We adapt. We grow in other ways.

Rick Palsgrove is editor of the Southeast Messenger.

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Madison Township police cruiser involved in crash

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

A mid-August vehicle crash sent a

Madison Township police officer to the hospital,

an alleged drunk driver to jail and a

police cruiser to the scrap yard following an

accident on Hamilton Road.

Madison Township Police Chief Gary

York said the officer was driving northbound

on Hamilton Road when he stopped

at a red light near the Giant Eagle supermarket.

Moments later, he was rear-ended.

York estimated the driver, who had no

insurance and was not licensed, was going

more than 30 mph when she crashed into

the officer’s vehicle, totaling the cruiser.

“Her blood alcohol level was .226,” said

York.

In Ohio, the threshold for blood alcohol

level is .08 and a high-tier level of .17 or

higher results in stiffer penalties and

longer jail time.

During a Sept. 11 trustees’ meeting,

York asked the trustees to approve the purchase

of a 2018 Ford 150 Responder vehicle

to replace the 2013 Caprice totaled by the

insurance company, as a result of the accident.

The state bid price for the truck is

$34,951–plus an additional $3,045 for

non-bid items, for a total of $37,996–

including title and fees.

York said he initially budgeted for two

new vehicles this year, but decided to delay

the purchases. Following the accident and

the loss of the 2013 cruiser, he said it was

now necessary to replace the car with the

pursuit-rated truck. In 2013, the cruiser

was purchased and outfitted for more than

$35,000. York said the new cruiser, once

outfitted and with the insurance reimbursement

check, will be cheaper than the

old cruiser was in 2013.

“This would be a patrol vehicle, like the

SUV we currently have, but it would be a

sergeant’s vehicle,” said York, who said

because of the truck configuration, it could

serve a variety of purposes.

“It’s sitting on the lot, ready to go with

options,” said York. “Obviously, with a

2019, we would pay more and have to

wait.”

The trustees unanimously approved the

request.

Other township news

Blacklick Estates resident Reese

Kenney thanked Fire Chief Jeff Fasone for

his assistance in resolving a decade-long

fire issue.

“I want to give huge kudos to Jeff

Fasone,” said Kenney.

Kenney said when Fasone recently

asked her if she had any issues or concerns,

she told him about a fire hydrant that was

removed from her yard about 10 years ago

Photo courtesy of the Madison Township Police

This Madison Township Police cruiser was rear ended in a crash in August.

after it was repeatedly damaged by

motorists.

“I had a fire hydrant in my yard since

the development was built,” said Kenney,

“but after the umpteenth time (of car damage);

they decided to take it out. I talked

with Jeff Fasone, and within a week, he

had someone out to look and after that, it

was replaced. I now have a bright red fire

hydrant in my yard and I thank him for

quick action.”


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Remembering 9-11

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Madison

Township Fire

Department

retired Capt.

Steve Arms (right)

and firefighter

Jason Loucks ring

a bell in tribute to

those who fell on

Sept. 11, 2001.

“Our goal is to

never let anyone

forget what happened

on Sept.

11, 2001,” said

Motts Military

Museum Director

Warren Motts.

Messenger photos by

Rick Palsgrove

Madison Township

police and firefighters

march at the

beginning of the 9-

11 Memorial Service

held at Motts

Military Museum in

Groveport on Sept.

11. The service was

held in remembrance

of the nearly

3,000 people who

died during the terrorist

attacks on the

World Trade Center

in New York, the

Pentagon in

Washington, D.C., and United Flight 93 which crashed in Shanksville, Pa.

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Peter “Dan” Burrill (left) and Dan Kockensparger, who were the guest speakers at the

service, place the Memorial Wreath in front of the damaged Ladder Truck 18 from the

Fort Pitt Fire Station from the Fire Department of New York, which was damaged on

Sept. 11, 2001 and is now part of the Motts Military Museum collection. Kockensparger,

who served 33 years with the Upper Arlington Fire Department and who was deployed

to the World Trade Center collapse with Ohio Task Force One, said when he arrived in

New York in 2001 the scene at World Trade Center site was “beyond what the mind

could comprehend. Despite the passing of 17 years, the images remain vivid.” Burrill

was a member of the Alaska Disaster Medical Assistance Team 1 that traveled to New

York after the attacks. Burrill described the aftermath of the attacks as an “overwhelming

scene and he recalled treating a tall, strong recovery worker who had received a

deep, four inch gash on his arm. Burrill said the man told him, “You’ve got five minutes

to sew me up or else bandage me up fast because I’m going back out on the pile to

work.” “There are things I’ll never forget,” said Burrill. “It’s important to remember that

bonds are built during traumatic events.”


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A bi-monthly feature celebrating our

community’s senior citizens

e benefits of growing older

Many people think of growing older in a

negative light.

Although there are some side effects of

aging that one may wish to avoid, people

may find that the benefits of growing older

outweigh the negatives.

Seniors are a rapidly growing segment

of the population. With so many people living

longer, it’s time to celebrate the perks

of getting older rather than the drawbacks.

Here are some benefits to growing old.

•Higher self-esteem: The insecurities of

youth give way as one ages, and older people

have less negativity and higher selfesteem.

Qualities like self-control and

altruism can contribute to happiness.

•Financial perks: Seniors are entitled to

discounts on meals, museum entry fees,

movies, and other entertainment if they’re

willing to disclose their ages. Discounts are

available through an array of venues if one

speaks up. Seniors also can enjoy travel

perks, with slashed prices on resorts, plane

tickets and more.

•Reasoning and problem-solving skills:

Brain scans reveal that older adults are

more likely to use both hemispheres of

their brains simultaneously something

called bilateralization. This can sharpen

reasoning skills.

•Less stress: As people grow older, they

are able to differentiate their needs from

wants and focus on more important goals.

This can alleviate worry over things that

are beyond one’s control. Seniors may realize

how little the opinions of others truly

mean in the larger picture, thereby feeling

less stress about what others think of

them.

Growing older may involve gray hair or

wrinkling skin, but there are many positive

things associated with aging.

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Red Cross blood drive

The Red Cross will hold a blood drive on

Oct. 1 from 1-7 p.m. at Groveport

KidSpace, 630 Wirt Road. To schedule an

appointment call 1-800-Red-Cross or visit

RedCrossBlood.org sponsor code:

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Adult pickleball league

The Groveport Recreation Center, 7370

Groveport road, is accepting registration

Eight years ago, Dwayne R. Spence Funeral

Home in Canal Winchester had its first annual

Community Shred Day as a way of giving back to

the community that has supported them for nearly

50 years.

Along with document shredding, each year

Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home partners with

the Canal Winchester Food Pantry who takes food

and monetary donations, the Lions Club who collects

used eyeglasses, the St. Vincent de Paul

Society who accepts clothing and household

items, and TDR LLC who accepts used electronics.

This is truly a community service day.

Community Shred Day has grown each year,

starting out with about 225 vehicles dropping off

recyclable paper and other reusable items in the

first year to nearly 650 vehicles in 2017. Since the

beginning Community Shred Day, Dwayne R.

Spence Funeral Home has been fortunate to have

the continued service of Boy Scouts Troop 256.

for its adult pickleball league. Play begins

on Sundays at 5:30 p.m. beginning early

November. Cost is $30 per player. For

information call Amy Van Huffel at 614-

836-1000.

Groveport Garden Club

The Groveport Garden Club meets the

first Tuesday each month at Groveport

Zion Lutheran Church, 6014 Groveport

Road. Call Marylee Bendig at (614) 218-

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The Scouts and their leaders show up in force to

help unload the boxes of paper and documents

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who do not need to get out of their vehicle

or lift heavy boxes. The Scouts are able to use

their service on Community Shred Day towards

earning the “Pulp and Paper” merit badge.

Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home is pleased

that the citizens of Canal Winchester choose them

and their shred company, Royal Document

Destruction, to eliminate old and outdated paperwork.

Royal Document Destruction was chosen

to shred documents on-site because of their reputation

and their security measures in dealing with

vulnerable documentation.

Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home invites the

community to their 9th Annual Community Shred

Day event at the Canal Winchester location on

Saturday Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. -1 p.m.

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e Franklin County Office on

Aging’s role in fighting hunger

Feeding America has declared

September “Hunger Action Month.”

The Franklin County Office on Aging

takes an active role in ensuring that older

adults in Franklin County have access to

the food assistance services they need to

preserve their independence and quality of

life.

Food assistance services are ones that

address the needs of those who are struggling

to either gain access to food or prepare

their meals. Franklin County is a

service rich community that offers a myriad

of services to combat hunger and these

services are a vital resource to older adults

residing within our community. It is a priority

of the Franklin County Office on

Aging, through the Senior Options program,

to provide both the connection to and

funding for food assistance services such as

home delivered meals and nutritional supplements.

In 2017, Franklin County Senior

Options was able to provide approximately

673,000 home delivered meals as well as

•Canal Winchester Senior Center, 22 S.

Trine St.

For information call 837-8276.

senior centers

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almost 275,000 cans

of nutritional supplements

for individuals

over the age of 60

residing in Franklin

County.

Michelle

Missler

In addition to these programs the

Franklin County Office on Aging also operates

an Information and Referral line for

older adults and their caregivers to connect

individuals to the robust food assistance

programs within Franklin County.

If you or someone you know is in need of

access to a food pantry, congregate meal

site or home delivered or supplemental

meal please do not hesitate to call the

Franklin County Office on Aging at 614-

525-6200.

We are here to help connect you with

services to meet your need.

Michelle Missler is director of the Franklin

County Office on Aging.

•Groveport Senior Center, is located at

the recreation center, 7370 Groveport

Road. For information call 836-1000.

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Franklin County Board of Commissioners: Kevin Boyce • Marilyn Brown • John O’Grady

The Franklin County Board of Commissioners and The Franklin County Office on Aging join with the Messenger Newspaper in providing this update on aging issues in Franklin County.

SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH

September is National Preparedness Month. National Preparedness Month was

founded after 9/11 to increase preparedness across the United States. The 2018

theme: “Disasters Happen. Prepare Now. Learn How.” focuses on planning. We are

reminded to take the opportunity to plan and prepare ourselves and our families for all

hazards and emergencies before they happen. Emergencies can occur anytime and

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Know how you will communicate during a disaster. Consider these steps to start

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2. SHARE. Make certain trusted people in your support network know:

Where your emergency supplies are kept.

How to contact you if the power goes out.


contact each other directly.

What medical devices or assistive technology devices that you need to have

with you if there is an evacuation order from local officials.


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How to obtain a copy of your plan.

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Discuss your needs and/or the needs of a family member; learn about their

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Halloween craft

Kids ages 5-10 can paint a ceramic tile

with a Halloween theme on Oct. 9 from

6:30-7:30 p.m. at Groveport KidSpace, 630

Wirt Road. Free. All supplies are included.

Come dressed to paint. Call 614-836-3333

to register by Oct. 5.

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September Giveway

Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

for the month of SEPTEMBER and be registered to win

a

$50 Gift Card from

The Columbus Messenger Newspapers.

All ads received by mail, in person,

email or phone will be included in the drawing.

Drawing will be held

September 28, 2018

and the winner will be notified

and published in

our October 7th issue.

GOOD

Youth basketball

The Groveport Recreation Center, 7370

Groveport Road, is accepting registration

for its many youth basketball programs

beginning Oct. 1. Programs available for

boys and girls ages 4 thru sixth Grade.

For information call Juli Pintz at 614-836-

1000 or visit www.groveportrec.com.

LUCK!

Groveport Buttoneers 4-H

These Groveport Buttoneers 4-H Club

members received at least a blue ribbon on

their projects at the 2018 Franklin County

Fair and other awards.

Stella Casto - Purr-Fect Pals; Jacob

Garrett — Not Just Knots - Outstanding

and State Fair Alternate, Trapping

Muskrats - Outstanding and Honorable

Mention, Creative Baking Pie or Tart

Master Chef class; Samantha Garrett —

Not Just Knots, Sew for Others - Superior,

State Fair Selection, Star Spangled Foods,

Creative Baking - 3rd place in Fudge

Master Chef class; Matthew Gavorcik -

Rockets Away, Solid Fuel - Outstanding,

Honorable Mention, Racing the Clock to

Awesome Meals - Outstanding, State Fair

selection, Interlock Block Jr. Division;

Nancy Gavorcik - Fast Break for

Breakfast; Abby Harshman — Family

History Treasure Hunt - Superior, State

Fair selection, The Laundry Project -

Honorable Mention; Max Harshman -

Remote Control Vehicle - Outstanding,

Best of Class; Anaiya Jenkins - Sew Fun -

Outstanding; Natina Jenkins - Self-

Determined, ASL; Elizabeth Masino - Sew

Fun - Outstanding. Creative Baking - 4th

place in Muffin Novice class, 2nd place in

Cookies Novice class; Anthony Rawson -

Market Beef - Haley Rawson - Market Beef

- Outstanding; Camryn Schooley — Self

Determined Sr. - Superior, Honorable

Mention; Grow Your Own Vegetables -

Intermediate/Senior Division of

Interlocking Block contest; Chancelyr

Schooley — Teens on the Road to Financial

Success — Outstanding, Honorable

Mention; Jadyn Schooley - Self Determined

Jr., Astronomy - Superior, Honorable

Mention, 3rd in the Interlocking Block

Contest, Intermediate division; Aidan

Stobart - Measuring Up - Outstanding, Get

Started in Art - Outstanding; Stella

Stobart - Cake Decorating - Honorable

Mention; Colten Watkins - Market Swine -

white ribbon, 1st in Class and Reserve

Champion in the Lightweight Division;

Morgan Webb - Cake Decorating -

Outstanding, State Fair Alternate; Lauren

Wilson - Market Swine - 4th in Class 3 and

3rd in Class 4, in Open Class, placed 3rd in

her class and 7th in individual Open Class

and placed 1st in class in Showmanship.

Cloverbuds: Luke Gavorcik, Emma

Webb, Aubrey Wilson, Ellie Wolery.

Wilson placed 1st in Youth Showmanship.

The 4-H club entered the Creative

Baking contest with a maple bourbon brown

sugar peach pie in the Group Pie class placing

5th and was in the Tom McNutt

Memorial Creative Baking Auction.

Club Advisors include Gaynell Garrett,

Lisa Frasure, Melanie Harshman, Josh

Schooley and Todd Hill. Groveport

Buttoneers 4-H Club meets year round and

accepts new members in October.

Traditional 4-H’ers (taking an individual

project) must be age 8 and in the 3rd grade

as of Jan. 1, 2019. Cloverbuds are age 5

and in Kindergarten through second grade

and work on group projects during the club

meetings. For information about 4-H,

email gaynell@wideopenwest.com.

Spirit Stroll

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Come meet “spirited” former residents

of Groveport as they come to life to share

their experiences from the past. This is a

non-scary visit to the Groveport Cemetery

where you will travel from “spirt” to “spirit”

to hear pieces of history, folklore, and

legends from “characters” such as Jacob

Wert, an 1850s era mother, a Civil War soldier,

and the cemetery sexton. Presented

by the Groveport Heritage & Preservation

Society on Oct. 26 from 6-7 p.m. at the

Groveport Cemetery, 551 Wirt Road. Free.

Apple Butter Day 5K

The fifth annual Apple Butter Day 5K/1

Mile Fun Run/Walk will be held Oct. 13 in

Groveport Park, 7370 Groveport Road. The

1 Mile Fun Run/Walk starts at 9 a.m. and

the 5K Run/Walk starts at 9:30 a.m. Cost

is $10 for the 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk and

$20 for the 5K. Register at the Groveport

Recreation Center, 7370 Groveport Road or

call Amy Van Huffel at 614-836-1000 for

information. The 5K route uses sidewalks,

nature trails and the leisure path located

at Groveport Park. All ages welcome.

Groveport trick or treat

Trick or treat will be held in Groveport

on Oct. 31 from 5:30-7 p.m. Groveport

Town Hall will be serving hot dogs, popcorn

and drink courtesy of the Groveport

Police Department, Madison Township

Fire Department and Groveport Town

Hall. Free. At 7 p.m. the annual Block

Party will begin and includes a costume

contest, the Groveport Madison High

School band, the Cruiserettes, cider, and

donuts. Sponsored by The Groveport Lions

Club. Free.

Township trick or treat

Trick or treat will be held in the unincorporated

areas of Madison Township on

Oct. 31 from 5:30-7 p.m.

Remembering Joe Newland

On Feb. 13, 2018, Joe Newland, a personal

trainer) at the Groveport Recreation

Center lost his life to cancer. He was an

inspiration for many. Pedal with friends in

remembrance of Joe and his passion for fitness

and people on Oct. 27. Check-in

between 8:15-8:45 a.m. Ride begins at 9

a.m. All ages and fitness levels welcome.

Ride will begin at Cruiser Park, 4677

Bixby Road. $10 registration fee. Register

at Groveport Recreation Center, 7370

Groveport Road. For information call Amy

Van Huffel at 614-836-100.

Pumpkin Plunge

Register thru Oct. 26 for the Groveport

Recreation Center’s, 7370 Groveport Road,

annual Pumpkin Plunge. Swim and pick

out your pumpkin from the heated indoor

pool on Oct. 28 from 3-5 p.m. Dress in your

favorite costume and compete in the costume

contest, but don’t forget your bathing

suit. All ages welcome. $6 (includes pumpkin),

$2 (no pumpkin).


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Cruiser golfer excels

Groveport Madison High

School’s Preston Nanthavong

was named Ohio Capital

Conference Capital Division

Golfer of the Year with a 75.5

average.

“Preston has been working

his entire high school career to

achieve this,” said Groveport

Madison Athletic Director Steve

Petros. “He is the kid you will

find on a golf course in bad conditions

working on his game 12

months a year. He set a goal to

become league champion and worked his way for this

honor. We couldn’t be more proud.”

Science Night

Science Night will be held on the first Wednesday of

each month from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at KidSpace, 630 Wirt

Road, Groveport. On Oct. 3 kids ages 6-12 can come

have fun making exploding poly juice, veritaserum and

laughter potion. Free. Come dressed as your favorite

Harry Potter character but ready to make potions. Call

614-836-3333 to register by Oct. 1.

Safe Kids

NANTHAVONG

Kids ages 5-14 will learn how to stay safe when

staying home alone, how to give directions, how and

when to approach a stranger if they are lost and what

to do in an emergency. Program instructed by the

Groveport Police Department on Oct. 24 at Groveport

Town Hall, 648 Main St. from 6-7 p.m. Free. Call 614-

836-3333 to register by Oct. 22.

Groveport zoning issues

•Groveport City Council is considering amending

the zoning from agricultural to select commercial

planned district on about six acres located on the east

side of Hendron Road south of the railroad and near

the intersection of Hendron Road and Cherry Blossom

Drive.

According the to zoning amendment paperwork, the

applicant owns a security installation business in

Obetz with 15 employees. He would like to rezone the

property on Hendron Road to build a small office with

warehouse facilities as well as build and rent self-storage

units at the back of the property.

•Council is considering a request for a permitted use

variance for property located at 4241 Williams Road,

which is currently zoned planned industrial park.

According to a report by Groveport City Engineer

Steve Farst and the variance request paperwork, the

applicant wishes to convert the existing warehouse on

the site into a service and repair facility and use the

property for truck mechanical service, parts storage

and distribution, and fleet vehicle sales.

Public hearings on both issues will be held prior to

the council meeting on Sept. 24. Council is scheduled

to vote on the two requests mentioned above at the

Sept. 24 meeting.

Groveport Blacklick Haunted Park

The city of Groveport Blacklick Haunted Park will

be held Oct. 26 & 27 from 7:30-11 p.m. at Groveport

Blacklick Park, 770 Blacklick St. Cost is $5 per person.

Proceeds go to Groveport Madison Human Needs and

the Groveport Food Pantry. The event is very scary so

parental discretion is advised. Sponsored by the city of

Groveport and Groveport residents.

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Our Pictorial Past by Rick Palsgrove

Photo courtesy of the Groveport Heritage Museum

Ken Realty building

Pictured here in a photo from 1962 is the Ken Realty building,

a realtor’s business that was once operated by Kermit

Alspaugh on Groveport’s Main Street approximately where

the green space is today near Ace Hardware. The building

was noted for the eagle statue that stood on the roof above

the front door as well as the large boulders that marked its

parking lot borders.

Women’s Self Defense class

A Women’s Self Defense class for ages 14 and older will be held

at the Groveport Recreation Center, 7370 Groveport Road, on Oct.

17 and 24 from 6-9 p.m. Groveport Police officers will lead the

class. Come prepared to learn how to punch, strike, kick, hold,

yell, and more. Cost is $10 per person. Register at the Groveport

Recreation Center or call 614-836-1000 to see how to register

online.


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Employment

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is seeking caring STNA’s to work

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in our clean, friendly, and supportive location.

We offer a team environment

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If interested, please apply in person or online:

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Post-Acute Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

6725 Thrush Dr., Canal Winchester, OH

www.altercareonline.com

Altercare is a drug-free workplace

NOW HIRING CDL DRIVERS

LOCAL CITY SHUTTLES

Full-time Monday thru Friday

6:00am-4:00pm 4:00pm-2:00am

Minimum 2 years experience.

Slip Seat / Day Cabs. Salary $21.50 - $23.50

Apply online at:

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or

Call David or Debbie at:

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respectively

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TRUCKS WANTED!!!

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xPublic Notices

The City of Groveport

will be flushing fire hydrants

between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

from

Sept. 17th to Sept. 28th

If you see a hydrant being flushed on your street, avoid running tap water,

washing machine, or dishwasher until flushing in the area is complete.

After hydrant flushing, tap water may come out with sediment that causes

discoloration. Although a slight discoloration may last for a few hours, it only

affects appearance of the water and poses no health risk.

If you encounter discolored water, shut your water off and wait several minutes.

After waiting, check the clarity by running cold water for a few minutes to allow

the new water to flow into pipes. If the water is still discolored, wait a few

minutes and check again. In some cases, it may be a few hours before water

is completely clear.

Avoid washing laundry during the scheduled flushing hours. After hydrants in

your area have been flushed, wait until water runs clear from your tap, then

begin with a load of dark laundry before doing lights or whites. If water

pressure or volume seems low, check faucet screens for trapped particles.

For questions or concerns, please call the City of Groveport Municipal

Building at 614-836-5301.

PLANNING AND

ZONING COMMISSION

***NOTICE OF MEETING***

MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2018 6:00 P.M.

GROVEPORT MUNICIPAL BUILDING

COUNCIL CHAMBERS—2ND FLOOR

#2018-10 A request by Ohio Addiction Recovery Ctr for a Use

Variance at 5940 Clyde Moore Drive, Parcel #185-001847.

#2018-11 A request by EMH&T – Matt Kirk for a Final Plat at

0 Bixby Road, Hickory Grove, Section 3A, Parcel #185-001602.

The public is invited to attend and participate.

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with an American Standard

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including a free toilet,

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on the tub and installation!

Call us at 1-844-

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Call Empire Today® to

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CARS/TRUCKS WANT-

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2002-2018! Any Condition.

Running or Not. Top $$$

Paid! Free Towing! We’re

Nationwide! Call Now: 1-

888-985-1806

ASSOCIATION ADS

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ANTEED! Harris Roach

Tablets, Sprays, Traps,

Concentrate. Available:

Hardware Stores, Home

Depot, homedepot.com

IMPORTANT

NOTICE

The following states: CA,

CT, FL, IA, IL, IN, KY,

LA, MD, ME, MI, MN,

NE, NC, NH, OH, OK,

SC, SD, TX, VT and WA

requires seller of certain

business opportunities to

register with each state

before selling. Call to

verify lawful registration

before you buy.

ASSOCIATION ADS

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and other oil and gas

interests. Send details to

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Public Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to O.R.C. 505.10, the Madison Township Police

Department has in its possession items that have been

designated as abandoned property from the property

room and are set to be auctioned to the public at

Absolute Auction by Mike Brandly, Auctioneer, located

at 4949 Hendron Rd. Groveport, Ohio 43125 on

Wednesday, October 10, 2018. Auction is from 5:30 p.m.

until the last item is sold. TERMS: Payment in full is

required the evening of the auction. Payment can be

made by Cash, Credit Cards or Debit Cards (MasterCard,

Visa, Discover, and American Express)

Items are:

Electronics: Computers, with Cords, Home Audio

Equipment (Sony Receiver) and other miscellaneous

items, to include watches and small Electronics.

Tools & Equipment: Power Tools (Homelite and Skil),

Various Hand Tools, Outside Gardening Tools, and

miscellaneous items.

Vehicles & Bicycles: Adult and Children’s Bicycles, ATV

Gas Powered Dirt Bikes

Misc: Air Conditioners, HVAC Ventilation Equipment,

and Miscellaneous Equipment.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to O.R.C. 505.10, the Madison Township Police

Department, Franklin County Ohio has in its possession,

a vehicle that has been designated as surplus and is set

to be auctioned to the public at Absolute Auction by

Mike Brandly, Auctioneer, located at 4949 Hendron Rd.

Groveport, Ohio 43125 on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.

Auction is from 5:30 p.m. until the last item is sold.

TERMS: Payment in full is required the evening of the

auction. Payment can be made by Cash, Credit Cards or

Debit Cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American

Express)

• 2002 Cadillac Seville SLS Vin # 1G6KS54Y72U225725

mileage unable to be confirmed

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Lung Cancer? And Age

60+? You And Your

Family May Be Entitled

To Significant Cash

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ASSOCIATION ADS

Reverse Mortgage

Homeowners age 62+

turn your home equity into

tax free cash! Speak

with an expert today and

receive a free booklet.

Call 1-855-549-5687

HELP WANTED

Exp. Welder Wanted

Hiring a Welder with Custom

Exhaust Bending

exp. Potential long term

employment. The hours

are M-F 9-5 & occasional

Saturday’s 9-2. Must

have reliable transp.

CUSTOM EXHAUST

BENDING EXPER. IS A

MUST! Please call 614-

506-6010 & leave your

full name and phone

number. You can also

text your resume to this

number.

Home Health Aides

$13.00/hr. after 90 days

$15.00/hr. Premium Shifts

Must be passionate about

helping the elderly. 1 yr. of

experience working for an

employer in a caregiver

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xCome & Get It

COME AND GET IT

Deadlines are Tuesdays by 5 pm.

Call For Publication Schedule 614-272-5422

Need to Get Rid of Something Fast - Advertise It Here For FREE!

FREE Garden Straw for gardens or bedding. Call for appointment for pickup.

Circle S Farms, 9015 London-Groveport Road, Grove City, 43123

Grove City - 614-878-7980

Vintage Steamer Trunk with drawers & pull out hanger rack. Last voyage 1939

DJ - Canal Winchester - 614-560-1293 Leave msg. for return call

Hammond Extra-Voice electric organ with bench

and many song books-does not work.

BA - Grove City - 614-875-8860

FREE Firewood - cut to length - not split

DB - Canal Winchester - 614-833-0731 (Lv msg for return call)

. Come and Get It! is a bi-weekly column that offers readers an opportunity to pass

along surplus building materials, furniture, electronic equipment, crafts, supplies,

appliances, plants or household goods to anybody who will come and get them - as

long as they’re FREE. NO PETS! Just send us a brief note describing what you want

to get rid of, along with your name, address and phone number. Nonprofit

organizations are welcome to submit requests for donations of items. Send information

to The Columbus Messenger, Attention: Come and Get It, 3500 Sullivant Ave.,

Columbus, OH43204. Deadline is Tuesdays by 5 pm for following Mondays

publication. Messenger Newspapers is not responsible for any complications that

may occur. Please contact us when items are gone. 272-5422

Come & Get It

xMisc. for Sale

HELP WANTED

Shop / Delivery Person

Needed 8-5, Mon-Fri.

Will Train. Mechanically

inclined, able to drive a

standard shift, able to lift

50 lbs, have a driver’s

license and dependable

transportation. Apply in

person at 2270 Harper

Rd., Columbus or call

614-275-8303

Grove City

Property Mgmt. Co.

needs full/part time

Maintenance Person

Plumbing or Electric

skills helpful.

614-439-3983

Misc. for Sale

HELP WANTED

Auction Auto Detailers

FRANK’S DETAIL OHIO

50 Immediate Openings

up to $750+ per week

Will Train / FT Benefits/

Weekly Pay

Driver’s Lic/Drug Test Req

Apply in person starting

September 26th, online

application or make an

appt.

Located: Manheim Ohio

3905 Jackson Pike

Grove City, OH

Call: 407-877-5212

franksdetailohio.com

EEO/Drug Free Workplace

HELP WANTED

Seeking FT Maintenance

Service Technician in the

Columbus area.

Candidates are responsible

for performing daily

work orders, unit turns and

custodial duties.

Pre-employment screening

includes drug testing,

background check, maintenance

test & judgement

index test. Please contact

John Hardiman at

jhardiman@wodagroup.com

or at 614-804-8157


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xFocus on Rentals

September 23, 20189 - SOUTHEAST MESSENGER - PAGE 15

xClassified Services

Miller

Commons

Apartments in Ashville

Ages 55+

Income limits apply

Covered parking

Appliances

no stairs or steps throughout.

Coming soon

Brand new

Reserve your spot today.

Contact Lora at (740)983-2222

for more info or an application

DO YOU NEED

TO RENT THAT

APAR

ARTMENT?

Call Kathy

At The

Messenger

To Advertise

Your

Apartment

Community

272-5422

Focus on Rentals

xInformation

SCORE A TOUCHDOWN

SEPTEMBER GIVEAWAY

Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

during the month of SEPTEMBER and be registered

to win a $50 Gift Card from

The Columbus Messenger Newspapers.

All ads received by mail, in person, e-mail or phone

will be included in the drawing.

Drawing will be held September 28th, 2018

and the winner will be notified and published

in our October 7th, 2018 issue .

GOOD LUCK

TO EVERYONE!!

Information

HELP WANTED

Excellent

Supplemental Income

Cleaning 2.5-3 hrs per

night, 6 days a wk.

Evenings 10p-1a, $800-

1200 per mo based on

experience and quality.

Call 614-568-3676

Auto/Forklift Mechanic

Central Ohio Forklifts has

an immediate need for a

mechanic. We offer competitive

wages, training &

benefits. Reward offered!

$1000 to new hire mechanic

payable after 90

days. Please email

Resume to:

cof4150@gmail.com or fax

to 614-351-5123. Auto mechanics

welcome to apply.

DATED SALES

Multi-Family Yard Sale

Sept. 22, Noon-?

Sept. 29, Noon-?

2871 Broadway, Grv City

Small & large items, tools,

old records, antiques from

estate sales, much more.

Trash & Treasure Sale

Fri., Oct. 5th, 9am-6pm

Sat., Oct. 6th, 9am-1pm

Hope UM Church

83 E. Columbus St.,

Canal Winchester

614-837-7548

Food, firniture, clothes

and items for the home

$3.00 Bag Sale Saturday

WANT TO BUY

We Buy Cars & Trucks

$300-$3000.614-308-2626

ANTIQUES

WANTED

Victrolas, Watches,

Clocks, Bookcases

Antiques, Furn.

Jeff 614-262-0676

or 614-783-2629

We Buy Junk Cars &

Trucks. Highest Prices

Paid. 614-395-8775

$ Cash At Your Door $

for junk or unwanted cars

(Free Tow). Call

614-444-RIDE (7433)

CASH FOR CARS

614-276-2597

★★ WANTED ★★

Vintage Watches, Scrap

Gold & Silver. Vintage

Radios; Fada, Zenith,

Emerson & RCA, red,

blue, green colors.

★★ 614-404-9679 ★★

WANTS TO Purchase

minerals and other oil &

gas interests. Send details

to: P.O. Box 13557,

Denver, CO 80201

MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE

Truck Tonno Cover for

sale, fits 8’ bed - $50.

614-524-1180

VACATION RENTALS

Englewood, Florida

Palm Manor Resort

Within minutes of white

sand Gulf beaches,

world famous Tarpon

fishing, golf courses, restaurants/shopping,

Bush

Gardens. 2 BR 2 BA

condos with all ammenities,

weekly/monthly, visit

www.palmmanor.com

or call 1-800-848-8141

USED VEHICLES

86 Trans Am, one owner

great cond. Must See!

$9000 obo 614-833-2513

INFORMATION

DON’T

BE

LEFT OUT!

Deadline Is

Tuesdays by

5pm

For Following

Mondays Paper

614-272-5422

APPLIANCE REPAIR

Washer, Dryer, Stove &

Refrig. Repair 875-7588

BLACKTOP

BLACKTOP SEALING

Driveways & Parking Lots

614-875-6971

SANTIAGO’S

Sealcoating & Services LLC

Quality Materials Used

FULLY INSURED

Driveway Seal ( by broom)

Hot Fill Crack, Asphalt Repair

Call or text for Free Est.

614-649-1200

CARPET CLEANING

Dirt Busters Tile/Floor-Any

3 Rms - $44.95. Pet odor

treatment. 614-805-1084

CLEANING

Looking for Mrs. Clean?

For excellent cleaning

services at reas. rates

w/great refs, depend.

10% Sr. Disc. Gwen

614-556-5782 Free Est.

Cleaning, 20 yrs. exp.

Call Judy 614-946-2443

Holly’s Halos

Accepting New Clients

2 Hours - $40-$50

Bonded-Ins. 614-426-3624

CONCRETE

D.J. & DAD KIMMLE

CUSTOM CONCRETE

9-30

All Types E/SE

Free Estimates

All Work Guaranteed

614-206-0158

AJ’s Concrete,

Masonry

Good Work - Fair Prices

Block Foundations

Driveways • Sidewalks

Epoxy/Overlay Floors

Bonded-Ins. • Free Ests.

Now Accepting Credit Cards

614-419-9932

10/14 A

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!

EDDIE MOORE

CONSTRUCTION

Quality Concrete Work

Lt. Hauling & Room Add.,

Block Work & Excavation

Stamp Patios,

Bsmt. Wall Restoration

36 Yrs Exp - Lic & Ins.

Free Ests. 614-871-3834

ELECTRICAL

HAHN’S ELECTRIC

Affordable, Quality

Work For 31 Yrs.

614-237-3524

Cell 614-517-9699

Licensed • Bonded • Insured

Free Estimates • Lic. # 20240

FIREWOOD

Seasoned Firewood - Call

for pricing. 614-837-5275

GUTTERS

A1 RAINFLOW DRAINS

Downspout drains

repaired or replaced,

gutter cleaning/screens.

FREE ESTIMATE

Cal 614-402-4196

Low Price-Great Service

5 & 6” Seamless gutters,

covers, siding, gutter clng.

Bill 614-306-4541

HEATING

HEATING

Complete System Clean & Check

$49.95

Free Carbon

Monoxide Testing

Gas-Oil-Electric Heat/Pumps

All Makes • All Models

43 yrs exp. • Sr. Discount

614-351-9025

614-351-9005

HOME

IMPROVEMENTS

SINCE 1973

Phil Bolon Contr.

Windows & Siding

Decks, Kitchens, Baths

Room Additions,

Flooring, Roofing

Bsmt Waterproofing

Deal With Small Non-Pressure Co.

45 Yrs. Exp. - Refs. Avail.

Lic.-Bond-Ins.

10-14

A/M

Free Est. - Financing Avail.

Member BBB Of Cent. OH

O.C.I.E.B. ID #24273

614-419-3977

or 614-863-9912

9-30 A

10/14 A

HOME

IMPROVEMENTS

LG

REMODELING

Interior & Exterior

Full Service Remodeling

• Bathrooms • Kitchens

• Tile • Drywall • Flooring

• Roofing • Siding • Etc.

NO JOB TO SMALL

A+ BBB Rating

A+ Angie’s List

Lic. • Bonded • Insured

614-488-8377

www.lgroofingcolumbus@gmail.com

C&JHandyman

Services LLC

Minor Plumbing &

Electric

Install Hot Water Tanks,

Dishwashers & Disposals

Also Fencing &

Interior/Exterior Painting

Free Est. ~ 18 Yrs. Exp.

Accepting Visa/MC

614-284-2100

HOME IMPROVEMENT

Electric-Drywall-Decks

Painting-Flooring-Trim

Licensed-Bonded-Insured

w/refs - 614-774-1472

HOME

MAINTENANCE

JOE’S HOME MAINT.

Home Repairs, Roofing,

Siding, Gutters, Soffits,

Misc. Int. Repairs

Int. Painting

Call Joe 614-235-6883

35 Years Exp.

Retired Finishing Carpenter

for all your extra home

repairs. over 40 yrs. exp.

Sonny 614-325-1910

Roof & Chimney

Maintenance

All types masonry work -

Brick, tuckpointing, cultured

stone, caulking,

chemical cleaning, power

washing, Gutter cleaning.

614-364-6668 lv msg

LAWN CARE

LET US MAINTAIN

YOUR LAWN & GARDEN

FOR YOU

Summer, Spring,

Winter or Fall

WE DO IT ALL!!!!

Lawn Cuts, Edging,

Trees & Shrubs, Garden,

Mulching, Hauling,

Garden Pond &

Home Maint.

Free Ests. Low Rates

$20 & Up

Kevin - 614-905-3117

MOVING

Aaron Allen Moving

Local Moving Since 1956

Bonded & Insured

614-299-6683, 263-0649

Celebrating 60 yrs in business

A Complete

Moving

Reasonable, Reliable

No Job Too Small

PUCO #150692-HG

Free Estimate

614-878-1179

PAINTING

A Job Well Done Again

A lic. general contractor.

Some skilled services

incl: painting, stucco,

repair, carpentry, exterior

drainage & home maint.

Call Today! 614-235-1819

PAINTING

Interior and Exterior

Handyman Services

40 yrs. in business

A+ rating BBB

614-599-7299

PLUMBING

ALL IN ONE

PLUMBING LLC

“One Call Does It All”

$25 OFF LABOR

With This Ad

A

614-801-1508

All Major Credit Cards Accepted

All About Drains & Plumb.

Will snake any sm drain

$115 + tax. 614-778-2584

POWER WASHING

Home Powerwash from

$99-$199. Also House

Painting. 614-805-1084

Classified Services

10-14 A&M

10-14 A

ROOFING

Robinson roofing & repairs

30 yrs. exp. Lifetime Cols.

resident. Lic./bonded/Ins.

Reas rates. Member of

BBB. Dennis Robinson

614-330-3087, 732-3100

SEWING MACHINE

REPAIR

REPAIR all makes 24 hr.

service. Clean, oil, adjust

in your home. $39.95 all

work gtd. 614-890-5296

TOP SOIL

Alexander Hauling

Driveways topped w/new

limestone. We also deliver

Topsoil - comtil - sandmulch.

Specializing in

residential. 614-491-5460

Bobcat Services Avail.

TREE SERVICES

9/16

E/SE

A&M

Fast Tree Service

Tree Removal,

Stump Grinding

Free With Access,

Pruning, Shaping

Insured, Free Est.

Payment Plans Avail.

614-837-8367

614-863-1522

BURNS TREE SERVICE

Trimming, Removal &

Stump Grinding.

614-584-2164

Joe’s Tree & Yard Work

Trim, thin, shape bushes,

hedges, stump grinding,

hauling. 614-598-6247

TROTT

TREE & LANDSCAPE

Tree Trimming

& Removal

Also Stump Removal

Free Est. - Fully Ins.

Call 614-235-3791

Cell 614-738-0682

Brewer & Sons Tree Service

• Tree Removal

• Tree Trimming 10-14

A&M

• Stump Grinding

• Bucket Truck Services

Best Prices • Same Day Service

614-878-2568

CAN YOU PICTURE YOUR AD?

For Display Advertising

Rates in the Service

Directory, Call KATHY

272-5422

10/14 A&M

10/14

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