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<strong>September</strong> 30, <strong>2018</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXIII 45<br />

RIB NIGHT<br />

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starting at 4 PM<br />

RED BRICK TAVERN<br />

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1700 Cumberland St. London<br />

Water/sewer rates<br />

could go way up<br />

in Mount Sterling<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

When it comes to protecting natural resources, the<br />

Lohstroh family has its sights set on the future.<br />

“We look forward to continuing our conservation efforts<br />

with our next generation,” said Jonathan<br />

Lohstroh as he accepted the Conservation Farm Family<br />

Award for Ohio’s southwest region with his daughter,<br />

Julie, in his arms, and his wife,<br />

Annie, and parents, George and<br />

Michelle, at his side.<br />

The Ohio Department of Agriculture<br />

(ODA) bestowed the annual<br />

award on the Lohstrohs and four<br />

other families around the state on<br />

Sept. 20 at the Farm Science Review<br />

in London. This marked the 35th<br />

year for the awards program.<br />

“Ohio is very fortunate to have<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

The Lohstroh family (in orange) accepts the Conservation Farm Family Award during a ceremony held Sept.<br />

20 at the Farm Science Review in London: (from left) Mark Smith with the Ohio Natural Resources Conservation<br />

Service; David Daniels, director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA); the Lohstrohs–George,<br />

Jonathan (holding Julie), Annie and Michelle; Matt Heitkamp with ADS Hancor Inc.; Adam Sharp with the<br />

Ohio Farm Bureau Federation; and Jennifer Kiel, Ohio Farmer editor; (at the podium in the back) Kirk Hines,<br />

chief of the ODA’s Soil and Water Conservation Division.<br />

Naturals at conservation<br />

“Conservation is a multiyear,<br />

multi-faceted pursuit. It<br />

takes a lot of people to get<br />

where we’re at and a lot of<br />

input from a lot of different<br />

disciplines.”<br />

some of the most fertile ground in the country for<br />

growing a wide variety of crops, but none of that is<br />

possible if we do not implement conservation practices<br />

to take care of what we have,” said ODA Director<br />

David Daniels. “These families have gone the extra<br />

mile in conserving soil, water, woodland and wildlife<br />

on the land they farm, and we thank them for their<br />

dedication.”<br />

The Lohstrohs farm approximately 1,000 acres in<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> and Pickaway counties. They raise corn, soybeans,<br />

pumpkins, wheat, hay, cover crops, and<br />

sorghum-sudan grass for baled silage. They also tend<br />

a 35-cow beef herd and operate a fall farm market that<br />

offers pick-your-own pumpkins, hay rides, and educational<br />

tours for school groups. For nutrient management,<br />

they use variable rate technology for precision<br />

placement.<br />

The family has found many ways to pass along to<br />

customers and fellow farmers what they’ve learned<br />

when it comes to conservation. They talk to their fall<br />

market customers about where food comes from and<br />

the process of raising food in a sustainable manner. A<br />

pollinator exhibit on the farm shows the importance<br />

of bees. The farm also has served as<br />

a demonstration site for livestock exclusion<br />

fencing, Soil and Water Conservation<br />

District (SWCD) tours,<br />

pasture field days, a solar field day,<br />

Farm Bureau meetings, and educator<br />

workshops.<br />

“Conservation is a multi-year,<br />

multi-faceted pursuit,” said George<br />

Lohstroh. “It takes a lot of people to<br />

get where we’re at and a lot of input<br />

from a lot of different disciplines.”<br />

The family is always trying new practices on the<br />

farm. Some work better than others, but all are learning<br />

experiences, said Michelle Lohstroh.<br />

“You don’t see the results always right away. You<br />

have to be in it for the long haul,” she said.<br />

The Lohstrohs thanked the SWCDs of <strong>Madison</strong> and<br />

Pickaway counties and the Department of Agriculture<br />

for assistance with the family’s conservation projects.<br />

The Lohstrohs received $400 from the Ohio Farm<br />

Bureau Federation and a plaque from ADS Hancor.<br />

Since 1984, the Conservation Farm Family Awards<br />

program has recognized 181 Ohio farm families.<br />

–George Lohstroh,<br />

Lohstroh Farms<br />

By Amanda Ensinger<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Residents in Mount Sterling could see a dramatic increase in<br />

their water and sewer bills due to legislation now under consideration<br />

by village council.<br />

The purpose of the proposed legislation is to raise funds to pay<br />

back the crippling debt the village incurred as a result of enhancements<br />

to the wastewater plant and construction of a new water plant.<br />

“We have to pay $250,000 every six months because of the debt<br />

previous administrations incurred as a result of these two projects,”<br />

said Mayor Billy Martin. “When we make this payment in December,<br />

we will be broke. (The fee increase) is our only option.”<br />

The village owes $3.78 million for the work at the wastewater<br />

plant and $9.5 million for construction of the new water plant.<br />

“I can’t believe past administrations<br />

burdened this small<br />

community with this debt. We<br />

never needed all of these things,”<br />

Martin said. “The water plant<br />

produces three times what we<br />

need and alone costs $10,000 a<br />

month for electricity. I call this<br />

stupidity.”<br />

The water plant produces<br />

“We don’t take this decision<br />

lightly and know the impact<br />

this will have on<br />

residents.”<br />

–Becky Martin,<br />

Mount Sterling village<br />

council member<br />

900,000 gallons of water a month; the village uses approximately<br />

200,000 gallons a month.<br />

Despite comments that the projects should have been scaled back,<br />

the Ohio State Auditor says the village has to pay back the loans.<br />

The proposed legislation calls for raising the monthly debt fee<br />

for water and sewer by between $49.40 and $50.85 for residential<br />

properties. For commercial businesses, the rate would increase by<br />

$50.25. The volume rate paid by industrial businesses would go up<br />

by $5.95.<br />

Currently, residents pay a monthly debt fee of between $20.40<br />

and $21.85, commercial businesses pay $21.25, and industrial businesses<br />

pay a volume rate of $8.35.<br />

“For residents, if you have a $30 water/sewer bill it will now be<br />

$80, or if you have a $100 water/sewer bill it will be $150,” said<br />

Becky Martin, council member. “Everyone’s bills won’t double. It is<br />

just the debt fee that is increasing.”<br />

She said the rate hike is not an easy decision for council members,<br />

and they will be directly impacted, as well.<br />

“I’m a village resident, too, and a business owner, so my bill is<br />

going to go up in two places,” Martin said. “We don’t take this decision<br />

lightly and know the impact this will have on residents. We<br />

know people live on fixed incomes, but this is our only option. We<br />

are doing the bare minimum to just pay our debt and ensure we<br />

have money to cover improvements and repairs.”<br />

Martin said council would revisit the increase in the future if the<br />

village’s finances improve.<br />

“No one is here trying to get rich. We are here because we love<br />

this community and don’t want it to fold,” she said.<br />

See MT. STERLING page 2


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Business partners sought for internship program<br />

By Lori Smith<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Pairing <strong>Madison</strong> County students with local businesses is the<br />

focus of a new internship program coordinated by the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Chamber of Commerce, <strong>Madison</strong> County Future Inc., and<br />

Tolles Career and Technical Center.<br />

According to Steve Cawley, marketing and logistics instructor at<br />

Tolles and the internship coordinator, the program is in the developmental<br />

stages, but he expects organizers to start matching students<br />

with businesses after the first of the year.<br />

Dr. Kathleen Jones ND<br />

Dr. Kathleen Jones, Elements of Health’s director,<br />

is a naturopathic and chiropractic physician who<br />

has been in practice for more than 20 years. Dr.<br />

Jones’ core philosophy is the guiding principle at<br />

Elements of Health: a dedication to helping<br />

patients stay well and active. As caring as she is<br />

knowledgeable, Dr. Jones acts as your coach. She<br />

helps you put the pieces together for long-term<br />

recuperation and a healthy life. Elements of Health practitioners are<br />

carefully selected for their qualifications, talent, empathy and understanding.<br />

They include a holistic psychotherapist, licensed dietitian,<br />

licensed acupuncturist and licensed massage therapists.<br />

Dr. Jones will now be consulting one day a month out of our office here<br />

at Dwyer Chiropractic. If you are tired of being tired, tired of more<br />

drugs, want to gain as much of your health back as possible then allow<br />

us to team up together for YOU! Dr. Jones can find many different ways<br />

to help you find balance in your body to help you regain your health.<br />

Your chiropractic care will keep your nervous system functioning optimally<br />

to take advantage of Dr. Jones’ work. As a team you can find the<br />

best version of you and unleash your true health potential.<br />

To schedule with Dr. Jones please contact her office at<br />

614-985-1435<br />

Appointments will be held at<br />

Dwyer Chiropractic, 139 S. Main St., London, OH 43140<br />

<br />

<br />

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<br />

<br />

“We’re very excited about it,” Cawley<br />

said, noting the idea came about after a<br />

meeting at which business leaders lamented<br />

the lack of qualified entry-level workers.<br />

“They were saying: ‘We have the jobs, but<br />

we don’t have the work force.’ Tolles has always<br />

provided a similar program within our<br />

building. Now all schools within the county<br />

will be included.”<br />

In addition to serving Tolles students,<br />

the program will offer internship opportunities<br />

to seniors from the Jonathan Alder,<br />

Fairbanks, West Jefferson, London and<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains school districts. Students<br />

will choose from job shadowing, unpaid internships,<br />

or paid internships and may be<br />

able to perform the work as part of the regular<br />

school day or on evenings or weekends,<br />

depending on the opportunity.<br />

“We just want the companies to give our<br />

students experience in the work force,” Cawley<br />

said. “I guess you could call it entry level,<br />

but it’s not just running to get coffee and<br />

doughnuts. They are actually working and<br />

getting graded on their experience.”<br />

Utilizing contacts from the Tolles advisory<br />

board, the students may apply for the positions<br />

and go through an interview process,<br />

Cawley said. Student must be academically<br />

on track to graduate in the spring, have a<br />

grade point average of 2.5 or above, have a<br />

95 percent or better attendance rate, and receive<br />

the recommendation of an instructor.<br />

“We may provide each business with two<br />

or three candidates, and they will get to<br />

choose one through an interview process,”<br />

he explained.<br />

Students are expected to have good organizational<br />

skills, value teamwork, understand the importance of attendance<br />

and punctuality, have a good work ethic, and be dressed<br />

appropriately with good personal hygiene.<br />

“Those qualities are pounded into their heads before they even<br />

leave the building,” he said. “We tell them, ‘We want you to put a<br />

good foot forward.’ ”<br />

Although Cawley is still talking to various companies around the<br />

county about the details of the internship program, he said Tolles<br />

already has business connections through the 21 programs it offers,<br />

including medical, automotive, construction, shipping, culinary and<br />

much more.<br />

“It really is a full spectrum,” he said, noting that many of the internships<br />

can lead to further opportunities. He noted one student<br />

who interned for an automotive company.<br />

“She is now working there full time and also getting her college<br />

paid for.”<br />

Another student started in an administrative position at an engineering<br />

firm and now runs the human resources department for<br />

the entire company.<br />

Once a student is accepted into the internship program, Cawley<br />

will check back to make sure the student is fulfilling their end of<br />

the agreement.<br />

“It really is a win for the employer because they are getting some<br />

help that they need, while the student is earning class credit and<br />

gaining work experience,” he said.<br />

David Kell, executive director of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Chamber<br />

of Commerce and <strong>Madison</strong> County Future Inc., said businesses are<br />

excited about the prospect of joining forces with the schools.<br />

“They are saying they need quality employees of very different<br />

levels,” he said. “The schools have been working on strengthening<br />

their relationships with the area businesses, so why not take it<br />

county-wide?”<br />

Kell said big and small companies alike have responded positively<br />

to the news of the internship program.<br />

“We want it to be extremely successful, but we’re prepared to<br />

start small and grow from there,” Kell said.<br />

Businesses interested in creating an internship program should<br />

contact David Kell at david@madisoncountyohio.org or Steve Cawley<br />

at scawley@tollestech.com.<br />

MT. STERLING<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

Not all council members support the proposal. Some argued the<br />

village could take money from its capital improvement fund to cover<br />

some of the costs until further research is done.<br />

“This has been agonizing me for a while, and I’m wondering why<br />

some of the loan debt can’t be paid out of the capital improvement<br />

fund, so we don’t have to pass as much of this onto the residents<br />

and businesses,” said Rebecca Burns, council member. “We would<br />

have to get approval from the state to change our five-year plan,<br />

but basically the RITA (regional income tax) money could go towards<br />

this.”<br />

Other council members rebutted, saying the use of capital improvement<br />

funds would provide only a temporary fix, that the village<br />

would be short on finances again in a few months. They also<br />

said if they spend the capital improvement funds, the village won’t<br />

have money to repair roads and make other upgrades. Currently,<br />

the village has $230,000 in its capital improvements fund.<br />

“We have looked into this. The auditor said we need to increase<br />

the water/sewer bills and that this won’t fix the overall problem,”<br />

Mayor Martin. “I get no pleasure in doing this and have made hundreds<br />

of phone calls to the auditor and attorney general. This is what<br />

needs to be done and is the minimum rate increase to pay our debt.”<br />

The council voted 3-3 on the first reading of the fee increase legislation.<br />

Those voting in favor of the proposed increases were Lowell<br />

Anderson, Becky Martin and David Timmons. Council members Rebecca<br />

Burns, Tammy VanSickle, and Tom Ward. Mayor Martin<br />

broke the tie with a “yes” vote to move the legislation forward for a<br />

second reading at council’s next meeting on Oct. 8.<br />

If the legislation ends up passing, the increases will go into effect<br />

on Jan. 1, 2019.


www.madisonmessengernews.com <strong>September</strong> 30, <strong>2018</strong> - MADISON MESSENGER - Page 3<br />

Reenactors offering tours of Plain City cemetery<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

said, “You can’t know where you are going<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

if you don’t know where you came from.”<br />

The public tours are an outgrowth of<br />

All you need is $5 and a flashlight to<br />

tours the Historical Society leads each year<br />

learn about some of the people who once<br />

for third-graders at Plain City Elementary,<br />

called Plain City home.<br />

which sits across the street from the cemetery.<br />

In talking to the students about the<br />

On Oct. 23-24, the Plain City Historical<br />

Society is offering tours of Darby Township<br />

people buried there, Historical Society members<br />

share the idea of the past informing the<br />

Cemetery, complete with reenactors portraying<br />

some of the folks who are buried<br />

future.<br />

there. The tours run from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.<br />

“We tell them how different people’s lives<br />

Admission is $5. Flashlights will help visitors<br />

navigate the cemetery’s uneven ground.<br />

were then. For instance, if you wanted green<br />

beans for supper in October, you have to<br />

“It’s a way to connect with our history,<br />

hope somebody planted beans back in the<br />

and there are still descendants of a lot of<br />

spring,” Anderson said. “Or take medicine,<br />

these people who live in town,” said Rosemary<br />

Anderson, who created a guidebook to<br />

as another example. Third-graders today<br />

know more about germs than doctors did<br />

the cemetery and is a Historical Society<br />

back then.”<br />

member.<br />

One of the reenactors lined up for the<br />

The tours don’t follow a set path or order.<br />

public tours will play a Plain City resident<br />

Instead, participants are welcome to wander<br />

who died during the “sickly seasons” of the<br />

among stations at 15 different graves, each<br />

early- to mid-1820s, when people were succumbing<br />

to what might have been malaria<br />

lit and manned by a reenactor.<br />

Among those whose stories will be told are<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

or typhoid, but to doctors was a mysterious<br />

two Revolutionary War veterans, the Rev.<br />

fever they did not know how to treat.<br />

Jeremiah Converse and Obil Beach, as well<br />

The Plain City Historical Society will host<br />

These stories and more will be shared<br />

as some of their descendants who fought and<br />

tours of Darby Township Cemetery Oct. 23-<br />

Oct. 23-24.<br />

died in the Civil War. Volunteers also will<br />

24. Tickets are $5.<br />

Tickets are available at the Plain City<br />

portray Daniel Bigelow, a brother to Plain<br />

tery will be available for an additional $5.<br />

Historical Society, 105 W. Main St. Hours<br />

City’s founder, Isaac Bigelow, and Daniel’s<br />

Darby Township Cemetery dates back to<br />

are Tuesday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-noon,<br />

wife, Lydia. Daniel lived in Plain City from<br />

1812 when Titus Dort donated the land for<br />

and Thursday, noon-3 p.m. (except Oct. 4,<br />

1832 until his death in 1850; his brick home<br />

it. The last burial there was in 1949.<br />

when hours will be 4-6 p.m.). Tickets also<br />

still stands at 407 S. Chillicothe St.<br />

The cemetery is located on South Chillicothe<br />

Street. Parking will be available at<br />

may be purchased on site at the cemetery the<br />

As for why educational events like the<br />

nights of the tours. Guidebooks to the cemecemetery<br />

tours are important, Anderson<br />

Plain City Elementary.<br />

Stanley Electric team wins tie-breaker<br />

When it comes to electricity, metal is a<br />

powerful conductor.<br />

Representatives from Stanley Electric<br />

continued to show that pertains to golf clubs,<br />

as well, as they successfully defended their<br />

title (again) at the 20th Annual <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Board of Developmental Disabilities<br />

(MCBDD) Golf Scramble, held at the National<br />

Road Golf Course in West Jefferson.<br />

At the end of regulation, Stanley Electric<br />

and Stires Home Maintenance found themselves<br />

at the top of the leaderboard. With<br />

the two teams tied at -15 at the end, Stanley<br />

Electric was awarded the title by virtue of a<br />

scorecard tiebreaker.<br />

As is tradition, the event was held in support<br />

of people with disabilities.Proceeds will<br />

benefit all facets of the MCBDD recreation<br />

program, <strong>Madison</strong> County Special Olympics,<br />

and future levy committee campaigns.<br />

The Stanley Electric team included<br />

Mark Eades, Jack Rowley, Chris Popovich<br />

and Jim Mastoros. Stires finished in second,<br />

with the Quilters-sponsored team in third<br />

place.<br />

Prizes were awarded to participants in a<br />

variety of categories: Closest to the pin, Jeff<br />

Boyd and Nita Groves; longest putt, Jack<br />

Rowley and Mary Locke; and longest drive,<br />

Kyle Patridge and Susan Thompson. Mitch<br />

Popp won the putting contest, and Jerry<br />

Rainey earned the chipping crown.<br />

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opinions<br />

Protect against exposure to West Nile Virus<br />

While there have been no confirmed human cases of West Nile<br />

Virus (WNV) in <strong>Madison</strong> County this year, the threat of exposure<br />

to WNV remains as we approach fall. Regardless of the season, I<br />

encourage people to operate under the assumption that mosquitoes<br />

are carrying encephalitis-causing illnesses that can make people really<br />

quite sick. My simple advice is this: If you are going to be outside<br />

in the late afternoon and evening, wear insect repellent.<br />

Last year, <strong>Madison</strong> County Public Health staff found a pool of<br />

mosquitoes that tested positive for WNV in August. Although no<br />

mosquitoes have tested positive this year, the threat of WNV is<br />

present. As of mid-<strong>September</strong>, 68 counties in Ohio have trapped and<br />

submitted mosquitoes for testing. Of those 68 counties, 54 had at<br />

least one mosquito pool test positive for WNV. Ohio Department of<br />

Health data shows that 2,923 mosquito pools have tested positive<br />

for WNV this year. We all know that mosquitoes are mobile, and it<br />

is unlikely that they respect county borders. So even with no positive<br />

pools of mosquitoes here in <strong>Madison</strong>, it is pretty evident that<br />

WNV can be found everywhere.<br />

West Nile Virus is an arbovirus that was first discovered in the<br />

United States in 1999. WNV is most commonly spread by infected<br />

mosquitoes and can lead to severe fever, encephalitis (inflammation<br />

of the brain) or meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain<br />

and spinal cord).<br />

The most common mosquito in Ohio, the northern house mosquito,<br />

or Culex pipiens, carries WNV. Mosquitoes become infected<br />

when they feed on infected birds. Infected mosquitoes can then<br />

spread the virus to humans and other animals when they bite.<br />

Ohio has had 23 confirmed human cases of WNV this year. Approximately<br />

80 percent of people who are infected with WNV will<br />

not show any symptoms, but there is no way to know in advance if<br />

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you will develop an illness or not.<br />

Those who develop symptoms usually<br />

do so between three and 14 days after<br />

they are bitten by the infected mosquito.<br />

About 20 percent of people experience mild symptoms<br />

of WNV. Mild symptoms include fever, headache,<br />

body aches, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes swollen<br />

lymph glands or a skin rash on the chest, stomach, and<br />

back. Symptoms can last for a few days to as long as several<br />

weeks.<br />

About one in 150 people infected with WNV will develop<br />

severe illness. Severe symptoms can include high<br />

fever, headache, neck stiffness, disorientation, coma,<br />

tremors, convulsions, muscle weakness, vision loss,<br />

numbness and paralysis. These symptoms may last several<br />

weeks and the neurological effects may be permanent.<br />

There is no specific treatment for WNV infection<br />

and care is based on symptoms.<br />

Many species of mosquitoes are active from dusk to<br />

dawn. However, some species will bite during the day,<br />

as well. Approved repellents are the most effective line<br />

of defense against WNV and mosquito bites. When you<br />

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the directions on the package for<br />

reapplication. Repellents that claim<br />

to be all-natural or made of essential<br />

oils or devices that you wear have not<br />

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Other activities you can do to help<br />

reduce your risk of WNV include:<br />

• remove standing water from<br />

items such as birdbaths, pet dishes,<br />

old tires, small wading pools, buckets<br />

and toys laying in the yard;<br />

• use screens on windows and<br />

doors and repair holes if you see them;<br />

• wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants especially<br />

in the evening;<br />

• protect younger children and babies with mosquito<br />

netting over baby carriers and strollers.<br />

If you have questions about WNV or mosquito control,<br />

contact <strong>Madison</strong> County Public Health at (740)<br />

852-3065 or info@madisonpublichealth.org.<br />

Chris Cook is <strong>Madison</strong> County’s health commissioner.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Public Health is located at 306 Lafayette<br />

St., Suite B, London.<br />

Fan of tightly fought football games<br />

I attended the London High School<br />

football game on Sept. 21. I enjoyed<br />

watching the enthusiasm of the fans and<br />

team and enjoyed the high school football atmosphere.<br />

London is an explosive team and will be tested in<br />

their next games. My comment, in general and without<br />

criticism of the football staff: The score was 81-7, and<br />

London could have scored 100. What is a coaching staff<br />

to do in a game like this? I do not think it is a learning<br />

experience for either team to go<br />

through a game like this. As a<br />

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fought games, which I know will be coming up.<br />

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Rotary Student of the Month: London<br />

iel is hard-working,<br />

humble, goal-oriented<br />

Senior Bricker Thiel is<br />

London Rotary Club’s <strong>September</strong><br />

Student of the Month<br />

at London High School.<br />

London High School administrators<br />

choose students<br />

of the month based on academic<br />

and extracurricular<br />

achievement and positive<br />

character.<br />

Bricker has a 3.0 grade<br />

point average and is ranked<br />

40th in his class. His favorite<br />

class is college composition.<br />

He plays football and has<br />

earned all-league, all-district<br />

and all-state honors.<br />

When asked to name a school staffer who<br />

has served as an inspiration for him, he<br />

named Tim Coudret.<br />

“Mr. Coudret always has a positive attitude,”<br />

he said.<br />

About Thiel, Coudret commented,<br />

“Bricker is the type of young man that you<br />

hope for as a student. He is hard working<br />

Bricker Thiel<br />

yet humble, always polite,<br />

and he inherently understands<br />

that a goal is only<br />

reached through sacrifice and<br />

commitment.<br />

“Bricker’s quiet confidence<br />

makes him an absolute pleasure<br />

to have in the classroom.<br />

I know he has a bright future<br />

and look forward to seeing the<br />

great things that are on his<br />

horizon.”<br />

Bricker is undecided about<br />

his plans following graduation<br />

but hopes to play collegiate<br />

football.<br />

He is the son of Lori Davie<br />

and Chad Thiel of London.<br />

The London Rotary Club has a proud history<br />

dating back to 1929. It is a member of<br />

Rotary International, a volunteer organization<br />

of 1.2 million business and professional<br />

leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian<br />

service and help build goodwill and<br />

peace.<br />

Rotary Student of the Month: <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains<br />

Guiette has her sights<br />

set on nursing career<br />

Honoring the Constitution<br />

London Mayor Patrick Closser (second from left) proclaimed Sept. 17-23 as Constitution<br />

Week in the city of London. On hand were members of the London chapter of the<br />

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution: (from left) Nancy Robinson,<br />

national defense chair; Bonnie Stout, Constitution Week chairperson; and Vicki Carner,<br />

regent. In 1955, the national society petitioned Congress to set aside Sept. 17-23 each<br />

year for the observance of Constitution Week. The resolution was adopted by the Congress<br />

and signed into public law on Aug. 2, 1956, by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.<br />

Senior Rachel Guiette is<br />

London Rotary Club’s <strong>September</strong><br />

Student of the Month at<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains High School.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains administrators<br />

choose students of the<br />

month based on academic and<br />

extracurricular achievement<br />

and positive character.<br />

Guiette has a 3.780 unweighted<br />

grade point average<br />

and is ranked second in her<br />

class. Her favorite class is<br />

anatomy.<br />

She has played varsity<br />

softball for three years and<br />

was varsity team captain for<br />

one year. She has been a member of the<br />

powerlifting team for two years and placed<br />

second at state both years.<br />

A two-year member of National Honor<br />

Society, Guiette is this year’s secretary. She<br />

also has served as the junior class and senior<br />

class secretary. She has been a member<br />

of FFA for four years, student council for<br />

two years, was an attendant on the homecoming<br />

court as a sophomore, and is on the<br />

homecoming court this year.<br />

When asked to name a school staffer who<br />

has served as an inspiration, she said,<br />

“Coach Mike Siders is an inspiration to me<br />

because he genuinely cares about all of his<br />

Rachel Guiette<br />

students and pushes us to be<br />

the best that we can be.”<br />

Siders said of Guiette,<br />

“Rachel Guiette is a true, dedicated<br />

and determined leader<br />

for <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains. She is not<br />

only a standout in the classroom<br />

with putting forth hard<br />

work to accomplish her academic<br />

goals, but also is currently<br />

ranked second in the<br />

state for powerlifting in her<br />

weight class. This is only a<br />

minor accomplishment of<br />

hers. Rachel is always looking<br />

for what comes next or tries to<br />

engage in what is to come to<br />

help make <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains a better place.<br />

She truly is an ideal role model for all students<br />

at <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains.”<br />

After graduation, Guiette plans to attend<br />

a four-year college and major in nursing.<br />

She would like to specialize in intensive<br />

care. Guiette is the daughter of Timothy<br />

and Lisa Guiette.<br />

The London Rotary Club has a proud history<br />

dating back to 1929. It is a member of<br />

Rotary International, a volunteer organization<br />

of 1.2 million business and professional<br />

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By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

Have an idea for a business but need to know how to get it off<br />

the ground?<br />

The Ohio Small Business Development Center at Columbus<br />

State Community College is holding a start-up business development<br />

workshop Oct. 24-25 at the Comer Building (formerly The Armory),<br />

15 E. Second St., London. Hours are 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. each<br />

night. The workshop is free. Registration is required.<br />

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“This is a great opportunity to talk to experts about<br />

your idea and have them help you flesh it out in a structured<br />

environment,” said Tom Fisher, a member of the<br />

Downtown London Association, which is helping to coordinate<br />

the event.<br />

The two-part workshop will cover the following topics:<br />

* how to find, reach and connect with customers;<br />

* legal business structures;<br />

* tax requirements;<br />

* how to market and sell your product or service;<br />

* how to write a business plan; and<br />

* access to sources of financing.<br />

Certified business advisors from the Small Business<br />

Development Center, along with attorneys, accountants,<br />

bankers and other business experts, will lead the<br />

workshop. They will evaluate participants’ initial concepts,<br />

determine their readiness, and provide an<br />

overview of the start-up process.<br />

“It’s the same type of workshop you would get at the<br />

center’s fixed site in Columbus, but by bringing it to<br />

London, you don’t have to travel to Franklin County to<br />

get it,” Fisher said.<br />

The Ohio Small Business Development Center at<br />

Columbus State provides consulting, advising and educational<br />

programs designed to support growth-oriented<br />

small businesses and entrepreneurs in central Ohio.<br />

The center is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration,<br />

the Ohio Development Services Agency,<br />

the city of Columbus, Columbus State, and other local<br />

partners.<br />

To sign up for the Oct. 24-25 workshop, go to the<br />

Downtown London Association Facebook page, click on<br />

“Events,” then scroll down to “Get Tickets.”<br />

For more information about the workshop, call Tom<br />

Fisher at (614) 226-4468.<br />

For more information about the Small Business Development<br />

Center, go to www.SBDCColumbus.com.<br />

community calendar<br />

Art Exhibit<br />

The London Visual Arts Guild will present “Somewhere<br />

Else,” a show featuring photographs taken by<br />

London resident Bob Rea in eastern and western Europe,<br />

Cuba and throughout the United States. The show<br />

runs Oct. 4-28 at Gallery On High, 5 E. High St., London.<br />

An opening reception is set for 5-8 p.m. Oct. 5. Refreshments<br />

will be served. Regular gallery hours are:<br />

Tuesday, 4-8 p.m.; Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-2<br />

p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.<br />

Bonanza<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Chamber of Commerce will<br />

hold its annual Bonanza fundraiser at 6 p.m. Nov. 1 at<br />

Choctaw Lake Lodge, 2875 Oneida Dr., London. The<br />

event features an open bar, silent auction, prime rib dinner,<br />

and cash drawing with prizes of $3,000, $300, and<br />

$200. For tickets, contact Brynne at (740) 852-2250.<br />

Cancer Support Group<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Health offers cancer support group open to<br />

individuals touched by any types of cancer, including<br />

survivors and caregivers.<br />

Joel Rice, CNP, a board certified advanced practice<br />

nurse from the <strong>Madison</strong> Health Cancer Center, facilitates<br />

the group.<br />

Sessions are held from 5 to 6 p.m. the fourth Thursday<br />

of each month in the Park Avenue Medical Building<br />

conference room, 55 Park Ave., London.<br />

There is no fee to attend and no registration is required.<br />

For more information, call (740) 845-7518.<br />

Candlelight Vigil<br />

London Recovery Project (LRP) is hosting a candlelight<br />

vigil from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 in remembrance<br />

of those who have lost their lives to<br />

addiction. Participants will meet at 6 p.m. at LRP, 40<br />

S. Walnut St., London, and walk to the <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

Courthouse at High and Main streets. Anyone who<br />

wishes to make a poster to carry during the walk is invited<br />

to do so at 5 p.m. at LRP.<br />

Church Homecoming<br />

Community Free Will Baptist Church, 130 Plain City<br />

Georgesville Road (south of U.S. Rte. 40 by the old Ohio<br />

Department of Transportation garage), is holding a<br />

homecoming on Oct. 14.<br />

The Rev. Aaron Quinn will deliver the message. The<br />

Community Choir and God's <strong>Messenger</strong>s will sing. Services<br />

start at 10:45 a.m., followed by a meal. The celebration<br />

is open to the public.<br />

For details, call the church office at (614) 879-9193,<br />

visit the church’s Facebook page, or go to mycfwb.org.<br />

Clothing Giveaway<br />

United Church, 30 E. Columbus St., Mount Sterling,<br />

holds a clothing giveaway from 9 to 11 a.m. the second<br />

Saturday of each month. Use the side door on High<br />

Street to enter the church basement. Everyone is welcome.<br />

Take what you need; no limit and no questions<br />

asked. For details or to donate clothes, call Kathy Endres<br />

at (740) 869-3755.<br />

Community Action Town Hall Meeting<br />

Bridges Community Action Partnership, 306<br />

Lafayette St., Suite A, London, will host a town hall<br />

meeting from 1 to 3 p.m. Oct. 25. The organization is<br />

looking for input from the public on what additional programs<br />

are needed in the community. Community Action<br />

is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to helping lowincome<br />

individuals and families through programs and<br />

assistance with utilities, home improvement, family development,<br />

work resources, safe housing, financial education,<br />

and medical needs. Call (740) 852-3511.<br />

Deercreek Township Meetings<br />

The Deercreek Township trustees meet at 7 p.m. at<br />

the township hall, 75 Middle St., London. Meetings dates<br />

are: Oct. 1, Oct. 15, Nov. 5, Nov. 19, Dec. 3 and Dec. 17.<br />

Fall Festival<br />

St. John’s Lutheran Church, 380 Keny Blvd., London,<br />

will hold its Lutherfest, a community fall festival,<br />

from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 6. Food, a talent show, entertainment,<br />

games, train rides and a bounce house are<br />

planned. Call (740) 852-1522.<br />

Fire Hydrant Flushing<br />

Beginning Oct. 2, the London City Water Department<br />

will flush dead end fire hydrants, which are hydrants<br />

located where water lines stop. The process<br />

should take about one week.


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community calendar<br />

Fish Fries<br />

West Jefferson American Legion Post<br />

201, 9701 W. Broad St., is hosting fish fries<br />

from 4 to 7 p.m. on the following Fridays:<br />

Oct. 5 and Oct. 19. The public is welcome.<br />

Flu Shots<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Public Health is offering<br />

flu and pneumonia shots as follows:<br />

• Monday-Friday—health department, 306<br />

Lafayette St., London, on a walk-in basis, no<br />

appointment needed, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.<br />

• Oct. 1—Mount Sterling Community<br />

Center, 164 E. Main St., 11:30 a.m.-12:30<br />

p.m.<br />

• Oct. 3—Pleasant Valley Senior Center,<br />

390 Allguyer Dr., Plain City, 1-2 p.m.<br />

• Oct. 4—<strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Center,<br />

280 W. High St., London, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.<br />

• Oct. 10—Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library,<br />

270 Lilly Chapel Road, West Jefferson,<br />

1-3 p.m.<br />

• Nov. 7—health department, 306<br />

Lafayette St., London, 4:30-6:30 p.m.<br />

Everyone age 6 months and older is<br />

strongly encouraged to get a flu vaccine.<br />

This year’s vaccine is reported to be a good<br />

match to the flu strains that are starting to<br />

circulate.<br />

Clinics are subject to change due to vaccine<br />

availability. No appointment is necessary.<br />

Bring your Medicare (part B),<br />

Humana, MediGold or Medicaid card with<br />

you. Most commercial insurance is accepted.<br />

If you are not covered by these, the cost for<br />

the flu vaccine is $26 and high dose is $57.<br />

No one will be turned away due to inability<br />

to pay. For details, call (740) 852-3065.<br />

Humane Society Fundraiser<br />

The Humane Society of <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

is holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at<br />

Ann & Tony’s Restaurant, 211 E. Main St.,<br />

West Jefferson. Tickets are $10 and good for<br />

carryout orders only, between 4 and 8 p.m.<br />

Oct. 2-4. Tickets can be purchased anytime<br />

at the Humane Society shelter, 2020 NE<br />

Plain City-Georgesville Rd., West Jefferson,<br />

or at the restaurant during the event hours.<br />

Jonathan Alder Reunion<br />

The Jonathan Alder High School Class of<br />

1973 will celebrate its 45th-year class reunion<br />

at the home of Chic Foust, 10190 U.S.<br />

Rte. 42 S. at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 20. Food and<br />

music will be provided. Bring your own beverages<br />

and lawn chairs. Make reservations<br />

at foustplumb@gmail.com or (614) 419-5238.<br />

London Reunion<br />

The London High School Class of 1978<br />

will celebrate their 40th class reunion at 6<br />

p.m. Oct. 13 at American Legion Post 105,<br />

51 E. First St., London. Retired teachers are<br />

welcome to stop by. Classmates also will<br />

gather Oct. 12 for London’s home football<br />

game at 7 p.m. For more information, contact<br />

Regina Stanley Hoosier ta (614) 832-<br />

1714 or join the “LHS Class of 78” Facebook<br />

group.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Center<br />

280 W. High St., London, (740) 852-3001.<br />

Oct. 1: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;<br />

9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m., knitting,<br />

crochet, needle crafts; 10:30 a.m.,<br />

sitting exercises and strengthening; 11:30<br />

a.m., Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information<br />

Program (OSHIIP) meeting; 1 p.m.,<br />

euchre; 5 p.m. Delightful Dining trip departs<br />

Oct. 2: 9 a.m., quilting; 10 a.m., bowling;<br />

1:30 p.m., Rays of Hope support group; 5<br />

p.m., cards and billiards; 5 p.m., beginner<br />

line dancing; 6 p.m., advanced line dancing<br />

Oct. 3: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;<br />

9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m.,<br />

woodcarvers; 10:30 a.m., aerobics/strengthening<br />

class; 12:05 p.m., bridge; 1:15 p.m.,<br />

yoga; 2 p.m., diabetes and weight loss support<br />

group<br />

Oct. 4: 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9 a.m., fun<br />

bingo; 11 a.m.-1 p.m., flu shots<br />

Oct. 5: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;<br />

9 a.m., painting class; 10 a.m., chimes;<br />

1 p.m., movie and popcorn.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains Reunion<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains High School class of<br />

1973 will hold their 45th year class reunion<br />

on Oct. 27 in the banquet room at China<br />

Bell Restaurant in Grove City. Social hour<br />

starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at<br />

6:30. The cost is $25 per person. Checks or<br />

money orders made payable to “MP Class of<br />

1973” may be sent to: Robbie Abbott, P.O.<br />

Box 238, Mount Sterling, OH 43143.<br />

Mt. Sterling Community Center<br />

164 E. Main St., (740) 869-2453.<br />

Oct. 1: Chair exercises, 10 a.m.; flu shots,<br />

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Zumba, 6-7 p.m.;<br />

open gym basketball for high schoolers and<br />

adults<br />

Oct. 2: Food/clothing pantry, 4-7 p.m.;<br />

Take Pounds Off Sensibly, 5-6 p.m.; boot<br />

camp exercises, 6:30-7:30 p.m.; volleyball for<br />

high schoolers and adults, 7:30-9 p.m.; Alcoholics<br />

Anonymous, 8-9 p.m.<br />

Oct. 3: Adult sewing, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.<br />

Oct. 4: Food/clothing pantry, 9 a.m.-1<br />

p.m.; boot camp exercises, 6:30-7:30 p.m.;<br />

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7:30-9 p.m.<br />

Oct. 6: Sterling Fun Run, 5K run/walk at<br />

8:30 a.m.and one-mile fun run at 9 a.m.;<br />

sewing for all ages and abilities, 10 a.m.-3<br />

p.m.<br />

Oct. 10: We Joy Sing, an early childhood<br />

music and movement enrichment program<br />

for parents and their children, 10 a.m. (for<br />

ages 1-35 months old) and 10:40 a.m. (for<br />

ages 3-5 years old)<br />

Mount Sterling Fun Run<br />

The Mount Sterling Community Center<br />

is hosting a Fun Run on Oct. 6. Participants<br />

can choose between a 5K run/walk and a<br />

one-mile walk/run. The 5K kicks off at 8:30<br />

a.m. followed by the one-mile at 9 a.m.To<br />

download a registration form or sponsor<br />

form, visit mountsterlingcc.org. Paper and<br />

in-person registration runs through the<br />

morning of the event. For other details, call<br />

(740) 869-2453. The center is located at 164<br />

E. Main St., Mount Sterling.<br />

Pioneer Days Festival<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Historical Society<br />

will hold a Pioneer Days Festival Oct. 13, 10<br />

a.m.-6 p.m., and Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., at<br />

the museum, 260 E. High St., London. Several<br />

reenactors, traditional crafters, demonstrators<br />

and vendors will be on site, along<br />

with food trucks. Admission is free. For details<br />

and info about vendor spaces, call the<br />

museum at (740) 852-2977.<br />

Retired Teachers<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Retired Teachers<br />

Association will meet Oct. 8 at the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Senior Center, 280 W. High St.,<br />

London. Lunch is at 11:30 followed by the<br />

meeting at 12:30. Brynne Adkins will talk<br />

about the <strong>Madison</strong> County Arts Council. For<br />

more information, call Ray Justice at (740)<br />

852-1705.<br />

Rosary Coast to Coast<br />

Americans across the country are invited<br />

to pray Rosary Coast to Coast on Oct. 7.<br />

Local participation will take place at 4 p.m.<br />

by the Veterans Memorial on the southeast<br />

corner of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse<br />

lawn, Main and High streets, London. Fr.<br />

Michael Hinterschied, pastor of St. Patrick<br />

Church, will lead the event. Participants<br />

are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. For details,<br />

visit rosarycoasttocoast.com.<br />

Somerford Township Trustees<br />

The Somerford Township trustees meet<br />

at 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each<br />

month at 91 State Rte. 56 NW in the former<br />

Somerford school building.


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Santino Carnevale and his Cancer Crusaders manned a lemonade stand at this year’s<br />

West Jefferson Ox Roast parade over Labor Day weekend: (front row, from left) Lauren<br />

Friessen, Avery Friessen, Mitchell Peters, Blake Bogenrife, Nate Godinez, Zac Thompson;<br />

(back row) Wyatt Keyt, Ethan Friessen, Alexa Bogenrife, Santino Carnevale, Caden Bateman,<br />

Brett Bogenrife. Santino is hosting a community tailgate party on Oct. 6. All proceeds<br />

benefit The James cancer center.<br />

WJ tailgate to benefit<br />

cancer research fund<br />

Local resident Santino Carnevale is hosting<br />

his 2nd Annual Community Tailgate<br />

Party at 2 p.m. Oct. 6 prior to Ohio State<br />

University’s game against Indiana. The<br />

event will take place in the parking lot at<br />

Pat’s Pizza & Pub, 55 E. Main St., West Jefferson.<br />

Proceeds benefit cancer research.<br />

Pre-game activities include a cornhole<br />

tournament (sign-ups start at 1 p.m.), music<br />

by The Lost River Band, a beer truck, silent<br />

auction, 50/50 raffle and football square.<br />

Pumpkins will be available to decorate for a<br />

donation.<br />

Santino has found himself in the cancer<br />

world the entirety of his life. In March 2006,<br />

just 10 days after his parents, Michael and<br />

Brooke Carnevale, discovered they were expecting<br />

him, Michael was diagnosed with<br />

adenoid cystic carcinoma–a rare head and<br />

neck cancer.<br />

In 2015, at only 9 years old, Santino<br />

made the decision to stand up and do something<br />

in the fight against cancer. At such a<br />

young age, he already possessed a desire to<br />

help others going through similar battles.<br />

Santino began by organizing a lemonade<br />

stand and bake sale at the West Jefferson<br />

Ox Roast, held annually on Labor Day<br />

weekend. Santino intended to honor his father,<br />

as well as his grandfather, the late<br />

Franklin County Sheriff Jim Karnes, who<br />

passed away when Santino was 4 years old<br />

from pancreatic cancer.<br />

The first year of the lemonade stand,<br />

Santino’s efforts raised $5,000 and he has<br />

never looked back. Santino formed his initiative<br />

known as “Santino’s Crusade for a<br />

Cancer-Free World.” In addition to the annual<br />

lemonade stand and bake sale, Santino<br />

hosts an OSU Tailgate party in downtown<br />

West Jefferson, OH. His family, friends and<br />

classmates have joined him in his efforts.<br />

Santino is known throughout The James-<br />

Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer<br />

in Columbus as one of the youngest<br />

adolescents to establish a fund and is often<br />

referred to as “Santino, the Cancer Crusader!”<br />

Santino created the Head and Neck<br />

Cancer Strategic Support Fund at The<br />

James in his father’s honor in 2015. Unfortunately,<br />

Michael succumbed to his long<br />

battle with cancer in the fall of 2016, but<br />

that hasn’t slowed Santino’s efforts.<br />

Proceeds raised from Santino’s initiatives<br />

have exceeded $41,000 in the past<br />

three years for the Head and Neck Cancer<br />

Strategic Support Fund. In addition, Santino<br />

received the <strong>2018</strong> Jefferson Award, presented<br />

by WBNS-10TV, Schoedinger<br />

Funeral and Cremation Services, and Lifeline<br />

of Ohio to recognize individuals who do<br />

extraordinary things in their community<br />

without expecting anything in return. To<br />

date, Santino is the youngest person in history<br />

to receive the Jefferson Award. Santino<br />

also serves as a member of the James Ambassadors<br />

Society and is the youngest member<br />

inducted into the Society.


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HBMLibrary<br />

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library, 270 Lilly Chapel<br />

Road in West Jefferson, can be reached at (614) 879-<br />

8448. For additional details about upcoming programs,<br />

visit www.hbmlibrary.org.<br />

• Halloween Costume Drive. Through the end of<br />

<strong>September</strong>, the library is serving as a drop-off point for<br />

new and gently used Halloween costumes. Anyone in<br />

need of a costume can stop by and pick one up in October.<br />

Call the library for details.<br />

• Storytimes. Storytimes are on Wednesdays and<br />

Fridays at 10:30 a.m.<br />

• Book Sale. The Friends of the Library will host<br />

their annual book sale Oct. 3-6.<br />

London Library<br />

London Public Library is located at 20 E. First St.<br />

Call (740) 852-9543 or go to www.mylondonlibrary.org<br />

for details.<br />

• Levi at the Library. Register your child for a 10-<br />

minute time slot in which they read to Levi, a certified<br />

therapy dog. Levi visits the library every Tuesday from<br />

4 to 5 p.m.<br />

• Story Times. Toddler Time runs from 10 to 10:30<br />

a.m. Tuesdays and features stories, songs and fingerplays<br />

for ages 0-3 years old. Preschool Story Time runs<br />

sheriff’s blotter<br />

from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and features stories,<br />

songs, fingerplays and a letter project for ages 3-6 years<br />

old.<br />

• ABCs of Movement. Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m.<br />

• Book Sale. Oct. 6 at the Book Nook at 11 a.m.<br />

Mount Sterling Library<br />

Mount Sterling Public Library is located at 60 W.<br />

Columbus St. For details, call (740) 869-2430 or visit<br />

www.mtsterlingpubliclibrary.org.<br />

• Storytime. Storytimes are held on Mondays at<br />

10:30 a.m. For children ages 2-5 years old.<br />

• Closed for training. The library will close at 5 p.m.<br />

Oct. 4 and remain closed all day Oct. 5 for staff training.<br />

Regular hours will resume at 10 a.m. Oct. 6.<br />

• Closed for holiday. The library will be closed on<br />

Oct. 8 in observance of Columbus Day. Regular hours<br />

will resume on Oct. 9.<br />

• Around Town Book Club. The group will meet at 7<br />

p.m. the last Thursday of the month on the library’s<br />

main level. Call the library for this month’s book selection.<br />

• Mount Sterling Community Museum. The museum<br />

is located on the library’s lower level. For details or to<br />

make appointments outside of regular hours, contact<br />

Steve Chambers, director, at (740) 869-9305.<br />

Plain City Library<br />

Plain City Library is located at 305 W. Main St. For details or to<br />

register for a program, call (614) 873-4912 or visit<br />

www.plaincitylib.org/calendar.<br />

• Storytimes. Toddler storytimes (ages 18-36 months old) are on<br />

Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. Preschool storytimes (ages 3-6 years old)<br />

are on Wednesdays, 11 a.m. All-ages storytimes (ages 6 and<br />

younger) start Sept. 10 and continue on Mondays, 10-10:30 a.m.<br />

Baby Lapsit storytimes (ages 6-18 months old) are on Mondays, 11<br />

a.m.<br />

• Ironwood Wolves. At 7 p.m. Oct. 4, learn about the family life,<br />

habitat and diet of wolves, as well as their place i the ecosystem.<br />

Representatives from the Ironwood Wolves educational facility will<br />

present the program, along with one of their ambassador wolves.<br />

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• A Plain City woman was charged with criminal<br />

mischief and disorderly conduct while intoxicated on<br />

Aug. 31.<br />

• A West Jefferson woman reported that she was<br />

awakened by the sound of three gunshots on Sept. 2.<br />

• A Mount Sterling man was charged with violation<br />

of a protection order on Sept. 2.<br />

• A London man was charged with domestic violence<br />

on Sept. 8 after he threatened to hit his mother when<br />

she asked about him crashing her car.<br />

• After trying to gain entry to a business after hours<br />

on Sept. 8, a London woman was charged with criminal<br />

trespass.<br />

• An Ashville, Ohio, man was charged with operating<br />

a vehicle while under the influence on Sept. 8 in<br />

Mount Sterling.<br />

• A London business reported on Sept. 9 that<br />

overnight someone stole from her barn tools valued at<br />

over $500.<br />

• On Sept. 9 in Plain City, a Westerville woman was<br />

charged with domestic violence, obstructing official<br />

business, and resisting arrest after her boyfriend reported<br />

that she had punched and bitten him.<br />

• A Mount Sterling man was charged with violation<br />

of a protection order on Sept. 12.<br />

• A London man was charged with driving while<br />

under the influence of alcohol on Sept. 13 in London.<br />

• A Mount Sterling man was charged with domestic<br />

violence on Sept. 16.<br />

• A Columbus woman was charged with disorderly<br />

conduct on Sept. 17 in London. The caller said he was<br />

giving the suspect, her mother and her brother a ride<br />

when they began to act up.<br />

• On Sept. 19, an Urbana man was charged with<br />

theft and criminal damaging after he was caught stealing<br />

items from a Farm Science Review exhibitor.<br />

obituaries<br />

RHODES<br />

Reedie Rhodes, 71, formerly of London<br />

died on Sept. 21, <strong>2018</strong>, in Vandalia. Born on<br />

April 1, 1947, in Columbus, she was a<br />

daughter of Florence (Anderson) and John<br />

Bennett. Friends may call at Eberle-Fisher<br />

Funeral Home and Crematory, London,<br />

from 2-5 p.m. Sept. 30. Graveside services<br />

were set for 10 a.m. Oct. 1 in Sunset Cemetery,<br />

Galloway.<br />

STURGILL<br />

Harold G. Sturgill, 85, of Mount Sterling<br />

died on Sept. 22, <strong>2018</strong>. He was a son of<br />

Grace (Fyffe) and Gennis Sturgill. Harold<br />

attended Mount Sterling First United<br />

Methodist Church, was active with the Participators<br />

class, and the waffle booth. He<br />

worked for 20 years at Westinghouse Electric<br />

and went on to a truck-driving career<br />

that spanned 22 years. He enjoyed being<br />

with family, fishing, growing tomatoes, birdwatching,<br />

and playing cards. He volunteered<br />

for 10 years with Life Care Alliance<br />

delivering Meals on Wheels. Funeral services<br />

were held Sept. 27 at First United<br />

Methodist Church, Mt. Sterling. The family<br />

was served by Porter-Tidd Funeral Home,<br />

Mount Sterling.


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On the move<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Jeff Pfeil<br />

On her way to the net, West Jefferson’s Megan McClish (center) splits the defense of<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains’ Cheyenne Miller and Jordyn McPherson. McClish led the Riders with<br />

four goals in the Sept. 20 matchup. West Jefferson took the win, 9-0.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Jeff Pfeil<br />

Focused<br />

Gabe Jones looks toward the goal line<br />

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West Jefferson’s 55-6 victory over<br />

Springfield Catholic on Sept. 21. Jones<br />

scored three touchdowns for the Rough<br />

Riders, running 93 yards on eight carries.<br />

The victory moved West Jefferson’s<br />

record to 4-1.<br />

Photo courtesy of Chris Whitaker<br />

First TD<br />

After scooping up a fumble, London<br />

freshman Antwaun Burns races 15<br />

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school career. The accomplishment<br />

came during London’s 81-7 win over<br />

Circleville on Sept. 21. Others who<br />

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Brennen Spiess and Tyler Tobin.<br />

On defense, Jackson Jones and<br />

Thomas Duvall had four tackles each.<br />

The win took London’s season record<br />

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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE<br />

OHIO REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26<br />

THE STATE OF OHIO, MADISON COUNTY<br />

Wesbanco Bank, Inc., Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Ronald R. Vanness et. al, Defendant<br />

Case No. CVE20110303<br />

Parcel No. 05-00032.000<br />

Address: 1060 US RT 42, London, OH 43140<br />

In pursurance of an order of sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the door of<br />

the courthouse in London, Ohio. The above named property was appraised at $450,000.00 and cannot be sold<br />

for less than two-thirds of that amount on Friday, 12th day of October, <strong>2018</strong>, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. If no bids at<br />

that time, the property will be offered up again on Friday, 26th day of October, <strong>2018</strong>. There will be no minimum<br />

bid for the second sale. Any additional costs and taxes owed for the action that are not covered by the sale, will<br />

be collected within 30 days of the confirmation from the purchaser. However, the Plaintiff has the right to redeem<br />

the property within 14 days of the sale by paying the full purchase price to the clerk of courts, and will be<br />

considered the successful purchaser of the sale.<br />

The complete legal description can be found in the office of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder, in the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Courthouse located at 1 N. Main Street, London, OH 43140.<br />

Being the same property conveyed by deed recorded in volume 104, page 183 of the <strong>Madison</strong> County Ohio<br />

Records.<br />

Last known owner: Ronald R. Vanness et. al.<br />

Said premises located at: 1060 US RT 42, London, OH 43140<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale are on an “as-is” basis and have no warranty or guarantee. The appraisal may<br />

or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff nor the appraisers are liable for the<br />

condition of the property that was appraised.<br />

Terms of Sale: $10,000.00 will be due the day of the sale, balance due within 30 days of confirmation.<br />

Additional fees to be paid to the Sheriff, include, transfer tax & conveyance fees which will be added to the<br />

balance due. All funds paid to the Sheriff must be in cash or certified check.<br />

Delinquent taxes will be paid by the plaintiff, current taxes prorated to the purchaser to the date of the auction.<br />

The purchaser assumes all taxes from the date of the auction.<br />

James P. Sabin, Sheriff<br />

Tina J. Sabin, Deputy<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Shapiro, Van Ess, Phillips & Barragate, Attorney<br />

4805 Montgomery Rd. Ste. 320, Norwood, OH 45212<br />

MM SEPTEMBER 16, 23 & 30, <strong>2018</strong><br />

LEGAL NOTICE<br />

Sale of Real Estate<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Foreclosure Auction<br />

Case# CV20170083<br />

US Bank National Association<br />

vs<br />

Danny Conley, et al.<br />

The description of the property to be sold is as follows:<br />

Property address: 9780 Big Plain Circleville Road,<br />

London, <strong>Madison</strong>, Ohio, 43140.<br />

Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public<br />

Website; Parcel Number:07-00453.000<br />

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com<br />

opening on 10/09/<strong>2018</strong> at 10:00 am for a minimum of<br />

7 days.<br />

Sales subject to cancellation and postponement. The<br />

deposit reqired is $5,000.00 to be paid by wire transfer<br />

within 24 hours of the sale ending.<br />

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,<br />

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the<br />

sale are insufficient to cover.<br />

To view all sale details and terms for this property<br />

visit www.Auction.com and enter the Search<br />

Code CV 20170083 into the search bar.<br />

MM SEPTEMBER 16 & 23, <strong>2018</strong><br />

MM<strong>2018</strong>290<br />

MM<strong>2018</strong>286<br />

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING<br />

The Board of <strong>Madison</strong> County Commissioners<br />

will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October<br />

16, <strong>2018</strong> at 11:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’<br />

Office, Courthouse, London, Ohio, to hear the<br />

following application for rezoning:<br />

Zoning Application Z-887, applicant Randy<br />

Finke C/O Red Hot Propane LLC, 115 East<br />

Center Street, London, Ohio 43140 & Emmett<br />

Schrock, 2955 St. Rt. 29 NE, London, Ohio<br />

43140, property owner. Request permission<br />

to rezone 5.0 acre from mother parcel of 62.2<br />

acres Jefferson Township form A-1<br />

(agricultural) to C-2 (General Commercial) to<br />

be used for propane storage tanks for<br />

business refueling.<br />

Jefferson Township (Parcel: 1188: Aerial –<br />

26 VMS – 7829 (TAX PIN # 08-00902.000)<br />

All interested persons are hereby notified of their<br />

legal right to attend such hearing.<br />

MADISON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS<br />

Katie Wiseman- Clerk of the Board<br />

MM SEPTEMBER 30, <strong>2018</strong><br />

MM<strong>2018</strong>306<br />

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NOTICE OF SALE Under Judgment of<br />

Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes<br />

In the Common Pleas Court of <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Donna L. Landis, Treasurer <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio, Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Paramount Land Holdings LLC, et al., Defendants<br />

Case No. CVE20140133<br />

Whereas judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes,<br />

assessments, charges, penalties, interest, and costs as follows:<br />

PPN: 28-0011300 - 7300 Main Street, South Solon, Ohio 43153<br />

Situated in the County of <strong>Madison</strong>, in the State of Ohio, and in the Village of South<br />

Solon, and being Lot Number Ten (10) in said Village of South Solon as will more fully<br />

appear by reference to the recorded plat of said Village on file in Recorder’s Office in<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio.<br />

Subject to all building lines, easements, restrictions, and conditions appearing of record<br />

in the <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio Recorder’s Office.<br />

Last Known Owner: Paramount Land Holdings LLC<br />

Amount of Judgment: Six Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty-six Dollars and Eighty-eight<br />

Cents ($6,766.88); plus any other taxes, penalties, interest, assessments and costs<br />

that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the real property described<br />

herein;<br />

Whereas, such judgment orders such real property to be sold by the undersigned to<br />

satisfy the total amount of such judgment plus any other taxes, penalties, interest,<br />

assessments and costs that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the real<br />

property described herein;<br />

Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, James Sabin, Sheriff of <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder<br />

of an amount that equals at least $6,800.00 at 10:00 a.m. at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse<br />

in London, Ohio, on Friday, the 12th day of October, <strong>2018</strong>. If any parcel does not<br />

receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same conditions of the first<br />

sale and at the same time of day at the same place on Friday, the 26th day of October,<br />

<strong>2018</strong>, for an amount that equals at least $6,900.00.<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale are on an “as-is” basis and have no warranty or<br />

guarantee. The Treasurer nor the Sheriff are liable for the condition of the property.<br />

James P. Sabin, Sheriff<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

MM SEPTEMBER 30, <strong>2018</strong><br />

MM<strong>2018</strong>291<br />

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xEmployment<br />

NOTICE OF SALE Under Judgment of<br />

Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes<br />

In the Common Pleas Court of <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Donna L. Landis, Treasurer <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio, Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Shelley D. Trein, et al., Defendants<br />

Case No. CVE<strong>2018</strong>0100<br />

Whereas judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes,<br />

assessments, charges, penalties, interest, and costs as follows:<br />

PPNS: 10-00519.000 - 150 South Chester Street, West Jefferson, Ohio 43162<br />

Situated in the State of Ohio, County of <strong>Madison</strong> and in the Village of West Jefferson<br />

and being Lot Number Seven (7) in FORREST PARK ADDITION, as the same is<br />

numbered and delineated upon the recorded plat thereof, of record in Plat Book 1, page<br />

187 and 188, Recorder’s Office, <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio.<br />

Subject to all easements, restrictions of record, zoning ordinances and regulations of<br />

record in the <strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder’s Office.<br />

Last Known Owner: Shelly D. Trein<br />

Amount of Judgment: Five Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty-two Dollars and Forty-two<br />

Cents ($5,982.42); plus any other taxes, penalities, interest, assessments and costs<br />

that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the real property described<br />

herein;<br />

Whereas, such judgment orders such real property to be sold by the undersigned to<br />

satisfy the total amount of such judgment plus any other taxes, penalties, interest,<br />

assessments and costs that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the real<br />

property described herein;<br />

Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, James Sabin, Sheriff of <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder<br />

of an amount that equals at least $6,500.00 at 10:00 a.m. at the <strong>Madison</strong> County Courthouse<br />

in London, Ohio, on Friday, the 12th day of October, <strong>2018</strong>. If any parcel does not<br />

receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale, under the same conditions of the first<br />

sale and at the same time of day at the same place on Friday, the 26th day of October,<br />

<strong>2018</strong>, for an amount that equals at least $6,600.00.<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale is on an “as-is” basis and has no warranty or<br />

guarantee. The Treasurer nor the Sheriff are liable for the condition of the property.<br />

James P. Sabin, Sheriff<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

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Behind 268 S. Main St.<br />

in Alley of Riley &<br />

Stewart Behind Church<br />

Kid’s & Adult Clothes<br />

& Misc. Stuff<br />

FREE<br />

Garage Sale<br />

Signs<br />

When You Stop By<br />

Our Office At:<br />

78 S. Main St.<br />

(London)<br />

And Place Your<br />

DATED SALE AD<br />

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ANTIQUES<br />

WANTED<br />

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Jeff 614-262-0676<br />

or 614-783-2629<br />

WANTS TO Purchase<br />

minerals and other oil &<br />

gas interests. Send details<br />

to: P.O. Box 13557,<br />

Denver, CO 80201<br />

★★ WANTED ★★<br />

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REAVER FARMS<br />

& ORCHARD<br />

Apples &<br />

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1851 Summerford Rd.<br />

South Charleston, OH<br />

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Fri & Sat 10am-5pm<br />

Sunday 1pm-5pm<br />

10-7 M<br />

Mower 21” S/P good cond<br />

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for riding mower, new,<br />

never used $65; Lawn<br />

Boy 21” 2 cycle mower,<br />

L/N $65; MDT 5 HP leaf<br />

shredder L/N $75;<br />

Husqvarna 2 cycle comm.<br />

carb/lawn edger exc. cond<br />

$40; 2001 Silverado 1500<br />

base model V6 auto, high<br />

mi., runs great $1600.<br />

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To<br />

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AVON<br />

614-954-0056<br />

RENTALS<br />

Eastgate Avenue,<br />

West Jefferson<br />

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1 1/2 Baths,<br />

Clean/Dry Basement.<br />

$695 per mo.<br />

Family Owned<br />

10-14 M<br />

info@roundtreerents.com<br />

NO PETS PLEASE<br />

614-948-3232<br />

82 1/2 N. Union St.,<br />

London. 2 BR, 1 BA upstairs<br />

apt. Appls., w/ w/d<br />

hkup. Lg wrap around<br />

patio/deck. Great loc.<br />

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plus dep. 614-879-7940<br />

10-14 M<br />

xInformation<br />

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10-14 M<br />

RENTALS<br />

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M<br />

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xClassified Services<br />

INFORMATION<br />

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THE PROFESSIONALS<br />

IN OUR<br />

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7 Days a Week.<br />

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AUTO SERVICE<br />

THE<br />

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• Batteries • Oil Changes<br />

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OUR ADS<br />

GET<br />

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CONCRETE<br />

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CONSTRUCTION<br />

Quality Concrete Work<br />

Lt. Hauling & Room Add.,<br />

Block Work & Excavation<br />

Stamp Patios,<br />

Bsmt. Wall Restoration<br />

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ALL-CITY CUSTOM<br />

CONCRETE<br />

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New or Tear Out-Replace<br />

36 Yrs Exp.<br />

(614) 207-5430<br />

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Kountry Klipping LLC<br />

Pet Grooming<br />

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Daycare & Pet Sitting<br />

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46 N. London St.<br />

Mt. Sterling, OH 43143<br />

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FENCING<br />

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ED<br />

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9-30 M<br />

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Deck Repairs<br />

Free Estimates<br />

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FLOORING<br />

CREATIVE<br />

FLOORING<br />

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CARPET • Vinyl<br />

Ceramic • Hardwoods<br />

Laminates 10-14 M<br />

80 St. Rt. 56, London<br />

(SUMMERFORD)<br />

between St. Rt. 40 & I-70<br />

37 Years Serving<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

740-852-5366<br />

HAULING<br />

Redding Removal<br />

& Clean-up, LLC.<br />

• Estate clean-outs<br />

• Piano moves<br />

• Furniture assembly<br />

• Hauling • Moving<br />

• Yard Clean-up<br />

Free Estimates<br />

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HOME<br />

IMPROVEMENTS<br />

For Free Estimates<br />

On Carpenter Work,<br />

Roofs,<br />

Siding,<br />

Foundations,<br />

Floors Jacked Up,<br />

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10-7 M<br />

740-426-6731<br />

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10/14 M<br />

GARAGE DOORS<br />

HOME<br />

IMPROVEMENTS<br />

LITTLE JOE’S<br />

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Tiles & Flooring<br />

Basements/Decks<br />

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SLAGLE<br />

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Accepting MC/Visa/AE/Discover<br />

LG<br />

REMODELING<br />

Interior & Exterior<br />

Full Service Remodeling<br />

• Bathrooms • Kitchens<br />

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• Roofing • Siding • Etc.<br />

NO JOB TO SMALL<br />

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10-7 M<br />

10-21 M<br />

10-14 M<br />

10-14 A&M<br />

HOME<br />

IMPROVEMENTS<br />

SINCE 1973<br />

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Decks, Kitchens, Baths<br />

Room Additions,<br />

Flooring, Roofing<br />

Bsmt Waterproofing<br />

Deal With Small Non-Pressure Co.<br />

45 Yrs. Exp. - Refs. Avail.<br />

Lic.-Bond-Ins.<br />

Free Est. - Financing Avail.<br />

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O.C.I.E.B. ID #24273<br />

614-419-3977<br />

or 614-863-9912<br />

HOME<br />

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Roof & Chimney<br />

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All types masonry work -<br />

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stone, caulking,<br />

chemical cleaning, power<br />

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A/M<br />

10-14 w/sw/m<br />

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10-7 M<br />

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Single deck $69 + tax<br />

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SEWING MACHINE<br />

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