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Photo courtesy of the Canal Winchester Lacrosse Association

Canal Winchester’s Ryan Steinbrink (right) battles a Bexley player during a boys middle school lacrosse

game last spring.

CW lacrosse is on the rise

By Rick Palsgrove

Eastside Editor

Lacrosse, one of the nation’s fastest growing

sports, is also gaining momentum in Canal

Winchester.

According to Victor Paini, president of the Canal

Winchester Lacrosse Association, lacrosse began in

Canal Winchester in 2015 with a Learn to Play program

through the Canal Winchester Joint

Recreation District. In 2016, teams for third and

fourth graders as well as fifth and sixth graders

began. By 2017, a seventh and eighth grade team

played scrimmage games around Columbus

“The Canal Winchester Lacrosse Association was

started in the summer or 2017 by myself, Joe

Malone, Kevin Nickerson, Wendy Rohaly and

Jennifer Beckwith,” said Paini. “At the end of the

2017 season, it was evident the middle school program

needed dedicated coaches and more administrative

oversight, so the CWLA was formed.”

Paini said the CWLA serves as a club lacrosse

program for players in grades 7-12 who are aging out

of the CWJRD program with the goal of building a

program that could eventually be “handed over” to

the school district as an official letter sport.

“At that time, the CWLA would remain as a

booster club to help support and sustain the lacrosse

program,” said Paini.

What is lacrosse?

“Lacrosse is the oldest and fastest growing sport

in North America,” said CWLA Vice President Joe

Malone. “It’s believed the sport originated around a

1,000 years ago and was played by many different

Native American tribes.”

The term “lacrosse” comes from early French settlers

who saw the Huron playing and the stick

reminded them of “la Crosse” the French term for a

shepherd's hook.

Malone said modern lacrosse is played on a field

roughly the size of a football field. Boys play with 10

players and girls with 12. The goal is 6 by 6 feet and

is defended by a goalie. The ball is made of hard rubber

and is slightly smaller than a baseball.

“The boys game involves a lot of contact and

checking, but is generally controlled and not overly

aggressive,” said Malone. “Traditionally the boys

and girls play on their own teams and by their own

rules. The girl’s game puts more emphasis on finesse

and less on contact. Each sport has its own set of

rules and equipment guidelines.”

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City upgrading

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By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Canal Winchester is moving ahead to update its landscaping

and screening code and residential appearance standards.

Canal Winchester City Council held a public hearing on Dec. 3

to discuss legislation that Development Director Lucas Haire said

“adds an extra layer of protection” for a landscaping and screening

map created in 2006.

“We want to make it more clear what is a woodland and what

is not,” said Haire. “The intent of the ordinance is to promote, protect

and preserve the character of the municipality.”

Preservation of major trees, in danger of removal due to land

development, is stressed, but if it is necessary, guidelines determining

replacement include trunk diameter, height and a replacement

schedule according to the diameter of trees removed during

the development process.

Major tree removal exemptions include location within a right-ofway

or easement; location in areas covered by proposed structures

or driveways; damage, disease or safety; or an undesired species in

its present location. Established single-family lots are exempt, but

new single-family subdivision developments will not be.

According to the code, a woodland is an area of trees and

unique site characteristics determined by the city and identified

on the city’s woodland map.

Planning and Zoning Administrator Andrew Moore said new

sections of the code define tree caliper, what constitutes a “major”

tree and woodland areas. He discussed changes to the code regulating

residential appearance standards.

“Over the past several years I’ve been working on updating the

zoning code one chapter at a time,” said Moore.

A committee working with the planning and zoning department

looked at adopting new standards with definitions clarified

for developers and cleaning up code language.

“We discussed architectural diversity to discourage the appearance

of tract-type housing,” said Moore. “The front entry needs to

be the focal point of the house.

The committee focused on design elements such as the front

door, making the garage a secondary design element, defining finished

building materials and requiring gutters and downspouts on

all new builds. Proposed code changes include guidelines for constructing

vinyl-sided homes and architectural elements. An

allowance for a detached garage is also included.

“I think this is a great step in moving forward in how we develop

Canal Winchester,” said Councilman Pat Lynch.

“I feel this is a really good piece of staff work,” said Council

President Jarvis. “It’s certainly much better than what we have on

the books. I think you nailed it.”

The public hearing also included a request to amend city code

rezoning 69 acres on the north side of Winchester Boulevard near

Kroger from exceptional use to limited manufacturing.

The property is owned by Gender/Thirty Three and the OPUS

company wants to construct a pair of large-scale buildings on a

speculation basis. Company representative Doug Swain said

access and proximity to U.S. Route 33, along with a good labor

force and location amenities are attractive.

“We like it (location) for a combination of all that,” said Swain.

“We like the ease of doing business here.”


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CW outlines five year project plan

By Linda Dillman

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The city of Canal Winchester’s annual review and

update of its Capital Improvements Plan is both a

planning document and a wish list for the future.

“We do this every year,” said Public Service Director

Matt Peoples. “Other than next year, these projects are

conceptual. This is a very fluid document, after this

year.”

On the list for 2019 and extending into 2020 at a

total projected cost of $7 million–and funded through

multiple sources, including city money, grants and private

donations–is the development of McGill Park on

the city’s eastern border.

Three quarter-million dollar projects, also on the

2019 CIP, include Waterloo rehabilitation and sewer

improvements; Westchester section work and

Westchester Park improvements. A $750,000 replacement

of the Groveport/Dye/Manor waterline is funded

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Drive rehabilitations, Ashbrook Mains Phase 2, the

third phase of work on Ashbrook cul-de-sacs and

$450,000 in AMI metering.

“It’s stuff we’ve budgeted for this year,” said Peoples

regarding items listed for 2019. “Next year, only things

on the plan are what’s concrete.”

The five-year “wish list” includes many multi-million

dollar projects extending out as far as 2023, such

as a $15.5 million extension of Winchester Boulevard,

a $1 million sound wall along High Street, a $6 million

municipal building construction project, $2 million in

improvements to Groveport Road, and a $2.6 million

roundabout at Hill Road and Kings Crossing.

However, the costliest project–the last item on the

72-item list–is a $20 million overpass at High Street.

Peoples said the overpass is the oldest project continually

carried over on the CIP at two decades.

“Residents really need to look at this spreadsheet,”

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Making a run for it at the “A Christmas Story” house

The “A Christmas Story House” in

Cleveland is a wonderful holiday destination…especially

if it happens to be the midpoint

in your first experience in participating

in a 10K run.

Make that the first time ever participating

in any kind of organized running event.

That was me on Dec. 1 when I donned a

full-length elf costume, laced up my fiveyear-old

pink athletic shoes and joined

thousands of others in downtown

Cleveland for a race taking us from the former

Higbee’s department store to the

famed “A Christmas Story” movie location

in the Tremont neighborhood.

I am not a runner, although I am a

swimmer and jogger. I routinely walk three

miles with my dog on the weekends.

When it came time to decide whether to

participate in the “A Christmas Story

House” 10K/5K, I decided to go for broke

and marked the 10K box. After all, my 62-

year-old body was used to working out and

three more miles seemed more of a challenge

than an insurmountable hurdle.

My daughter - who participates in

marathons - my two granddaughters and I

stood at the starting point under cloudy

skies and 37 degree temperatures along

with a group of fun runners, weekend warriors,

elite athletes and a bevy of dogs.

Many of the participants were in costume

ranging from the off-the-shelf onesie

I wore, to handmade costumes honoring

movie moments, such as a group of black

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Continued from page 1

The fun of lacrosse

Kevin Nickerson of the CWLA said

lacrosse encourages team play while also

supporting individual creativity.

“Lacrosse is an excellent crossover

sport, combining many aspects of basketball,

soccer, hockey and football,” said

Nickerson. “Jim Naismith, who created the

game of basketball, was a lacrosse player

and used concepts from lacrosse when

developing basketball. Football greats like

Cleveland Browns running back Jim

Brown and New England Patriots head

coach Bill Belichick grew up on the lacrosse

field and translated those skills to football.

The combination of multiple sports is what

makes the sport so inviting. No matter

your athletic background you’ll bring a

skill that directly translates to lacrosse.”

Nickerson said lacrosse is rooted in its

Native American tradition and is driven by

the motto “Honor The Game.”

“Players, parents and coaches are

encouraged to respect each other, their

opponents and officials,” said Nickerson.

“This is the most important aspect of the

game. Lacrosse is not a sport that can be

dominated by an individual. Teamwork is

key to success and helps form lasting

friendships.”

Lacrosse in Canal Winchester

Home games and practices are divided

between two locations. The CWJRD

Places

Linda

Dillman

and white-striped

pseudo criminals, a

trench-coated Ralphie

wannabe, “fragile”

boxes, angry elves, a

smattering of Santas and two women wearing

faux plates of meatloaf and mashed

potatoes.

If you are familiar with the “ A

Christmas Story” film, you will recognize

the costumes from key scenes. If not, you

really are missing out on a movie that is a

timeless holiday classic. Turn your television

to TBS anytime on Christmas and

watch it–the movie is on a 24-hour cycle

on Dec. 25.

The 10K run stepped off at 9 a.m. and it

took my daughter and me five minutes to

make it to the starting point. Once I

crossed that electronic line, I was committed.

My daughter bid me farewell–she runs

a 12 minute or less mile and I hover around

17 minutes–and took off as I jogged and

walked my way across a windy bridge and

through old neighborhoods to the midway

point.

Many people participated in the 5K,

which ended directly in front of the “A

Christmas Story House.” I was diverted

away from the yellow-sided house and back

third/fourth grade teams play behind the

elementary schools on Gender Road while

the fifth/sixth team is at the middle school

with the CWLA Middle School Team.

“There are discussions about field locations

for the 2019 season,” said Nickerson.

“We hope to locate all the teams at one

location as many families have younger

and older players on multiple teams.”

The CWLA played 16 games between

mid-March and mid-May, including four

games at the State Middle School

Tournament. Practices began in late

February. For the 2019 season CWLA is

working with a local athletic facility to

secure indoor space and those indoor practices

begin in mid-January, according to

Jenn Beckwith of the CWLA.

Malone said, for the 2019 season, the

CWLA will have a co-ed middle school and

co-ed high school team.

“We anticipate between 20 and 25 players

per team and 2019 will also be the first

time the city has seen a dedicated girl’s

lacrosse opportunity,” said Malone. “The

CWLA hosts a girl’s Learn to Play program

open to all ages. Our goal is to field girls’

teams in 2020 if we have enough interest.”

The CWLA plays other school club

teams as well as OHSAA sanctioned school

teams around central Ohio, said

Nickerson.

The CWLA is a 501c3 non-profit organization

funded primarily through player

downtown to the end of the 10K run.

At the start, I was surrounded by thousands

of people and pets, but once I made

that left turn away from the house, the

crowd dramatically thinned out and there

were long expanses of roadway with only

one or two people ahead of me.

As I jogged and walked–very fast,

remember?–I enjoyed seeing the sights

and architecture of a city with a vibrant

core. Up ahead, I knew my daughter and

granddaughters were waiting for me.

I rounded a corner and ahead of me was

the finish line with its electronic timer ticking

away the seconds. I was determined to

finish in under an hour and 45 minutes and

I crossed the line at 1:44:56.

Race volunteers handed out red-ribboned

medals and I happily accepted

mine–my first ever–as my family rushed

out and hugged me. My first response was,

“I did it.”

Elite runners, those who were already

on their way back to the finish line when I

was still more than a mile away from the

mid-point, will not be impressed with my

time, but for me, it was all about being able

to finish a challenge I gave myself.

And the “A Christmas Story House” was

a great carrot to get me to participate in

the annual event. It is a wonderful day-trip

destination. The house, which served as

the family home location for the movie, is

outfitted in a perpetual holiday celebration.

Linda Dillman with three miles to go at

the 10K mid-way point at the “A

Christmas Story” house in Cleveland.

Looking for the Red Ryder BB gun? It’s

behind the tree. A bar of Lifebuoy hangs in

the bathroom and you can pretend to “eat

like a piggy” in the 1940s-era kitchen.

Across the street is a museum that pays

homage to the movie, its cast and creator.

You can even buy your own leg lamp in a

gift shop.

It is a place of memories. For me, those

memories now include a red number 1309

racing bib and a medal that hangs proudly

on my Christmas tree.

Linda Dillman is a Messenger staff writer.

registration fees. In 2018 there were a

handful of small financial donors that

helped.

“We also had a few groups that donated

supplies or helped with food for the end of

season picnic,” said Wendy Rohaly of the

CWLA.

Nickerson said the CWLA is currently

an independent club sport not affiliated

with the schools.

“We are responsible for all of the field,

referees, and legal costs as well as uniforms

and field equipment,” said

Nickerson.

“Our vision is that our program evolves

into a fully sanctioned school sport,” said

Paini. “Lacrosse is the fastest growing

sport in the nation — across all age groups

and new programs continue to start from

recreation programs to NCAA programs.

We’re partnering with Canal Winchester

Schools to build a program that can be

transitioned from club status to school status.

They have been supportive of our

vision as we strive to demonstrate this is a

sport the students and families are interested

in.”

How to join and costs

Registration for all 2019 CWLA programs

is open and can be completed by visiting

cwlacrosse.com and looking under the

“Registration Info” menu.

“As a club sport we are open to all communities

— no experience required,” said

Beckwith. “Our co-ed middle and high

school teams play by boy’s rules and need

full equipment including a helmet, shoulder

pads, elbow pads, gloves, stick, colored

mouth guard and protective cup. New players

can apply for a set of CWLA loaner gear

or there are places like Play-It-Again

Sports have reasonably priced used gear.”

The cost is $230 for middle school

lacrosse and $235 for high school lacrosse,

which includes a U.S. Lacrosse membership.

The Girls Learn to Play is $50 including

a U.S. Lacrosse Membership. For information

email info@cwlacrosse.com

Future of lacrosse in CW

“We’re getting tremendous support from

the U.S. Lacrosse Association as evident by

the thousands of dollars in equipment

given to our program via U.S. Lacrosse

grants, said Paini. “The lacrosse community

is a supportive community and we get

support and advice from the Ohio Machine,

the Central Ohio Youth Lacrosse League

and other established programs. We’ve

grown from 12 players our first year to

what I expect to be close to or over 100

lacrosse players next spring across all of

our lacrosse offerings - and that was in just

a few short years. The future is bright for

the lacrosse in Canal Winchester and I’m

excited about where we’re headed as a program.”


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ODNR notes hunting decline

ODNR officials hope more

education and programs

will reverse that trend

By Theresa Garee

Staff Writer

It’s deer hunting season and, though the

tradition is becoming less popular, the success

rate is steady.

“Hunters checked 13,614 white-tailed

deer on Nov. 26, the opening day of Ohio’s

deer-gun hunting season,” the Ohio

Department of Natural Resources reported

on its website.

Juan Navarro recently taught his two

boys, ages 10 and 12, how to hunt.

Predominately, a family of fishers, they

decided to expand their skill set this year.

Both boys were successful in their first

hunt and Navarro is proud that they were

able to help provide food for their family.

“I feel it’s important they learn to hunt

and fish because it’s natural and a good

way to spend time with your family and

provide food,” Navarro said.

Navarro hopes his sons will teach their

children how to hunt, passing down a tradition

that is becoming less common.

“There has been a steady decline for a

couple decades,” said ODNR Wildlife

“There are a lot of lifestyle changes, people

are busier.”

John Windau, ODNR Wildlife

Communications Manager

Communications Manager John Windau.

“But it’s not just the state of Ohio, it’s

nationwide.”

ODNR officials hope more education

and programs will reverse that trend.

ODNR offers hunter and trapper education

courses, an apprentice hunting license and

a “Becoming an Outdoor Woman” program,

as well as a youth-only hunting season.

This year’s youth hunters checked 6,563

white-tail deer, an increase from the previous

year at 4,958. Youths can receive their

First Harvest certificate and share their

photos at wildohio.gov.

The Navarro family plans to hunt again

this season.

“We like fresh meat and this way we

don’t have to worry about the chemicals

they are putting in meat,” said Navarro.

Windau said the decline in hunting is

probably due to the many other activities

that draw people’s attention and time.

“There are a lot of lifestyle changes, people

are busier,” said Windau.

The gun-hunting deer season lasted

until Dec. 2 with an additional two days,

added this year to encourage more people

to try hunting, on Dec. 15 and 16.

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is “Grinch” re-telling is a holiday delight

December is a great, if slightly overwhelming,

time to see a movie at the local

theater.

Each weekend offers a slew of new

releases for those looking for an escapist

treat, but there are times when the schedule

aligns so that there is a little lull in

between the storms. This pause can be a

great thing for regular movie-goers as it

gives them a chance to catch up before

another onslaught, and that no new release

lull just happened to occur this past weekend.

And as this past weekend was my

review week, I didn’t necessarily appreciate

the timing as much as others may have.

To compensate for the lack of new offerings,

I decided it would be best to see something

that was a: seasonal, b: still making

money, c: not too old, d: not too long and e:

fit my mood at the time. That unscientific

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reboot of a classic feature.

For more than 50 years, Dr. Seuss’ “How

the Grinch Stole Christmas’” has been a

holiday staple. We’ve read the book so

much we can recite it with our eyes closed,

we’ve watched the 1966 feature as many

times as we have “A Christmas Story,”

we’ve sung the catchy song so much it

comes to us in dreams, and we’ve forked

over cash for pajama sets because we adore

the foul, green creature so much. Or was

the latter just me? Anyway, discounting

the abomination that was the live-action

film, this tale has been told many times

before yet here we are with another

retelling because movie studios do not like

to take risks.

This Grinch follows the story of previous

iterations but with a modernization that

largely works. It begins via narration by

Pharrell Williams, an odd choice, who

introduces (or reintroduces) us to the foul,

green creature whose heart is two sizes too

small. Voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch,

Mr. Grinch hates everything, especially

Christmas-time in the village. Though he

lives way up top on Mount Crumpit, he is

annoyed by the sights far below.

Nestled in-between the mountains is the

New running club forming

The Groveport Recreation Center, 7370

Groveport Road, is forming a new local

running club called Just Run Groveport.

Membership to Just Run Groveport is free

and will enable runners to meet other runners,

stay motivated to exercise, provide

safety in numbers, and more. For information

call Amy Van Huffel at 614-836-1000

ext. 1505 or email

avanhuffel@groveport.org.

Lithopolis Garden Club

Lithopolis Garden Club meets the first

Tuesday each month at 1 p.m. in the

Community Building at Wagnalls

Memorial in Lithopolis. Anyone interested

in gardening and meeting other gardeners

are invited to attend the meetings.

The Reel Deal

town of Whoville, a

place filled with nice

people who just happen

to love this season

so much. As in

years past, the hills

are alive with the

sound of music, and

lights adorn nearly

every square inch of

the town. But as a

way to spice up the

Dedra

Cordle

events of years past, they have decided to

make the celebration three times as large.

This, of course, infuriates our antagonist,

who wants them all to shut up and

keep the lights off. It’s not quite an unreasonable

request, yet he goes about it all

wrong.

Upon deciding this year is finally the

year to put an end to Christmas time in the

village, Mr. Grinch and his loyal companion

Max plot to steal all the decorations,

presents, cookies and joy from this holiday.

The only problem is the Santa-clad Grinch

just happens to run into Cindy Lou Who

(voiced by Cameron Steely), a young girl

who is determined to capture Santa in

order to make her Christmas wish come

true.

The modernization of this re-telling

revolves around a young Grinch and the

family of Cindy Lou Who. In this version,

the Grinch hates Christmas because of its

lack of growing up, and Cindy Lou Who

just wants her overworked, single mother

to be happy. While the latter works more

than the former, the fleshed out backstories

add to the richness of this particular

tale. Whether you accept it as true Grinch

lore, however, depends on how flexible you

are about the classic feature.

Eastside

Christmas Church Services

Reformaon Lutheran Church

1355 South Hamilton Road

614-235-4995

Pastor David Ritchie

Candlelight and Communion Service

December 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Sunday Worship 9:00 a.m.

Sunday School 10:30 am

Join us to celebrate the

coming of Jesus Christ

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

7:00 p.m.

PEACE FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH

28 Elm St., Canal Winchester

614-837-6689

www.peacecw.org

Messiah Lutheran Church, ELCA

1200 Waggoner Road, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Pastor Karl L. Hanf & Pastor Liz Lowry

Christmas Eve Services December 24th

1:30, 4:30, 7:30 & 11:00 pm*

Candlelight and Communion

614-866-4386 www.messiahlutheran.net

*Come 1/2 hour early to each service and enjoy The Music

of Christmas presented by our many musical groups.

Overall, “The Grinch” is a cute adaptation

that is a visual delight. Though the

animation of Mr. Grinch and his softer features

may be a little jarring at first, the

style featured in this film add a lushness

with the realistic snow-covered mountains,

the lights gleaming from the houses and

trees and the sweets left out for Santa.

Those were so well crafted it made you

want to reach out and grab one of them.

While I had some misgivings about this

film, (due in large part to rebooting

fatigue), it is a funny and sweet adaptation

that I’m sure everyone in the family would

be able to enjoy. So, should you find yourself

wishing for a respite this season — let’s

say you’re feeling a tad Grinchy — maybe

carve out some time and give this film a

try.

Grade: B+

Dedra Cordle is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

David Evangelical Lutheran Church

300 Groveport Rd., Canal Winchester 43110

Family Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

4:00 p.m.

Traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

7:30 p.m.

Communion celebrated at both services

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On stage at Canal Winchester High School

The Canal Winchester High School theatre

department will present the following

shows in 2018-19: April 26-27 and 2 p.m.

on April 27. Tickets range from $5 to $10.

Performances at CWLS Education Center

Oley Speaks Auditorium, 100 Washington

St.

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$15) and 2 p-.m. Feb. 17 (lunch theatre,

$10) at Canal Winchester High School, 300

Washington St.

For information call 614-920-2680.

14 th Annual

Mike ALbert

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Prices include Dinner, Drinks, Room, Party favors,

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Crowne Plaza • 6500 Doubletree Ave. (formerly Marriott North)

New library manager

The Columbus Metropolitan Library

hired Cindy Cawley as manager of its

Southeast Branch, 3980 S. Hamilton Road,

Groveport. She began Nov. 18.

Cawley, who’s been with CML for 23

years, previously served as customer services

manager at its Northside, Whetstone

and Karl Road branches.

“Cindy knows this organization inside

and out,” said CML Chief Customer

Experience Officer Alison Circle. “We know

she’ll bring her passion for customer service

to the Southeast-side community.”

The previous manager of the Southeast

Branch, Sandee Wagle, was hired as

CML’s security manager earlier this year.

Get out of the house and ring in 2019 at a New

Year’s Eve party that is rated one of the best in

Columbus.

The Crowne Plaza Hotel, 6500 Doubletree

Ave., will host Mike Albert and The Big “E”

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Albert is an award winning “Elvis Presley

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You can get a full service dinner, drinks, room,

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along with a full breakfast New Year’s Day for

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curb along the street. Residents are

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leaves only, as sticks, grass trimmings and

other yard waste can cause damage to leaf

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City crews follow specific routes covering

all city streets, as weather permits, and

cannot accept individual leaf pick up

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Early check in is at 1 p.m., ballroom doors

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ManHeim Auto Auction

614-871-6820

franksdetailohio.com

EEO/Drug Free Workplace

WANT TO BUY

WANTS TO Purchase

minerals and other oil &

gas interests. Send details

to: P.O. Box 13557,

Denver, CO 80201

We Buy Junk Cars &

Trucks. Highest Prices

Paid. 614-395-8775

CASH FOR CARS

614-276-2597

$ Cash At Your Door $

for junk or unwanted cars

(Free Tow). Call

614-444-RIDE (7433)

We Buy Cars & Trucks

$300-$3000.614-308-2626

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

All American

Masonry Co.

20 yrs. exp. - Lic & Ins.

Brick, Block, Glass Block

Decks, Retaining Wall,

Foundation, Tuck-pointing

Natural Stone,

Cultured Stone, Chimneys

614-805-7741

CARPET CLEANING

Dirt Busters Tile/Floor-Any

3 Rms - $44.95. Pet odor

treatment. 614-805-1084

CLEANING

Cleaning, 20 yrs. exp.

Call Judy 614-946-2443

Looking for Mrs. Clean?

For excellent cleaning

services at reas. rates

w/great refs, depend.

10% Sr. Disc. Gwen

614-226-5229 Free Est.

CONCRETE

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

ELECTRICAL

HAHN’S ELECTRIC

Affordable, Quality

Work For 31 Yrs.

614-237-3524

Cell 614-517-9699

Licensed • Bonded • Insured

Free Estimates • Lic. # 20240

1/20 A

1-6 A

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.

1-20

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

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

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

1-20 A

1-20 A&M

❏ London

❏ Main St.

❏ Phone

❏ Walk In

❏ Sales/Mail

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Established in 1974

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3500 Sullivant Avenue

Columbus, Ohio 43204

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