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January 13 - 26, 2019 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXVIII, No. 7

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Replacing roofs

and school buses

By Dedra Cordle

Staff Writer

The South-Western City Schools

District Board of Education entered into

agreements with multiple businesses and

entities at its Jan. 7 regular meeting to

provide safety to its students and buildings.

According to Superintendent Dr. Bill

Wise, a $5 million contract has been

awarded to JB Roofing Company, A Tecta

America Company, to replace the roofs at

East Franklin Elementary and Grove City

See SWCS page 2

Page 12

Inside

Messenger photo by Dedra Cordle

Brooklyn Cress, Aubree Meyerin and Roxie Dion, all members of the Grove City based Girl Scout Troop #1944, pose with a few

of the hats, gloves and scarves they helped distribute at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank on Jan. 2. The winter necessities were made

by volunteers with Warm Up America!, a Dallas-based charity whose mission is to provide those in need with warmth throughout

the year.

Warming up heads and hearts

By Dedra Cordle

Staff Writer

Being a Girl Scout, said Roxie Dion, is

awesome.

“I like that we always get to experience

new things and then we get to meet new

people and make new friends while doing

it,” said the 9-year-old and member of the

Grove City based Troop #1944.

But if there is one thing she loves most

of all about being a Girl Scout, it is the

number of service projects they are

involved in to try to make a positive

impact on the world.

“It’s great knowing that we are able to

help our communities,” she said.

For the majority of these service projects,

explained her mother and troop

leader Katherine Dion, the girls do not

get to see first-hand who they are helping.

That changed, however, when they participated

in an event at the Mid-Ohio

Foodbank on Jan. 2.

It was shortly after the regular business

hours as the organization closed for

the day when several of the scouts and

their families rolled out a cart of boxes

that were filled to the top with handwoven

hats, scarves and mittens and began

looking for the perfect spot to hang them

up. The trees located throughout the

parking lot were the favored destination

for these winter goods, but the girls soon

realized placing them there was trickier

than anticipated.

“I can’t reach,” said Aubree Meyerin,

10, as she jumped into the air to grab onto

a branch.

“Me neither,” said Kirsten Wilson, 9.

After a few more minutes of tree placement

failure, the scouts soon turned their

attention to the waist-high bushes but

found them to be too short and prickly.

“This is not working out at all how we

planned,” said Dion.

After conferring with Cassie Lewis,

the event organizer, and Gloria McCoy,

the community relations coordinator at

the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, they decided the

gazebo near the entry to the pantry might

just be the best place for these goods.

“At least people won’t struggle to reach

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Pets of the Week .................. 12

The Reel Deal .................. 14

Columbus Street

Council members discuss funding

options for road extension Page 4

Getting Prepared

Village leaders try to put a plan in

place in case of a disaster Page 6

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them,” said Lewis.

As they gathered up the winter gear and

once again began rolling that cart of boxes

to a new location, they passed a line of people

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Amongst the growing crowd was a

woman named Gwynne, a resident of the

eastside of Columbus, who was standing

outside that rapidly cooling evening sans

scarf, gloves or a hat.

“I didn’t have time to grab any, but

they’re not in the best of shape anyway,”

she said.

Like the rest of the crowd, she was wondering

what these young girls were doing

pushing a cart filled with boxes around the

premises, so she came over to investigate

and report back to the crowd.

When she saw what they were taking

out of the boxes and hanging up throughout

the gazebo, she smiled.

“I just couldn’t believe it,” she said.

Scattered across the benches, the

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hats, scarves and mittens that were colorful,

stylish and held the promise of

warmth. But the one thing that really

caught Gwynne’s eye were the tags that

said “Take Me, I’m Yours.”

“Is this for real?” she asked. “Are these

really free to take?”

“They sure are,” said Lewis.

“This is such a treat,” Gwynne said as

she looked at the winter necessities and

held an attractive multicolored hat and

purple scarf in her hands. “And it does go

well with my coat if I do say so myself.”

With a big grin and a heartfelt thanks to

the scouts and the organizers, a new winter

accessory-adorned Gwynne went back to

the crowd to tell them all about what was

going on over at the gazebo. Some quickly

left the line to browse for themselves and

families members.

Roxie Dion said seeing their reactions

and hearing how these goods would help

them meant the world to her.

“It was great to see them so happy,” she

said. “I’m so glad I was able to be a part of

this.”

The event was organized by Lewis, a former

leader of troop #1944. For the past four

years, Lewis has been volunteering with a

Dallas-based charity called Warm Up

America! whose mission is to provide

warmth to people in need. With an influx of

hats, gloves and scarves, the non-profit

asked its volunteers across the country to

find local organizations that would be able

to distribute these goods to those who need

it most. Lewis reached out to the Mid-Ohio

Foodbank and the Clintonville-Beechwold

Community Resource Center to see if they

would be interested. McCoy said they

didn’t have to give it any thought.

“Our clients need more than just food,”

she said. “They need new clothing, toiletries,

food for their dogs and food for their

cats. There is a need for so many things

and that is why it is was important we be a

part of this event.”

With the host site established, Lewis

reached out to the local Girl Scouts to see if

they would be willing to place more than

500 hats, gloves, scarves and blankets

around these locations for anyone who

wanted or needed cold weather protection.

Katherine Dion also said they didn’t have

to give it any thought.

“We’re always looking for a good service

project,” she said. “And it just so happened

that our girls got to see first-hand the real

human element of these projects.”

Though this was the first year the Mid-

Ohio Foodbank has received winter necessities

from Warm Up America!, McCoy said

she would love for it to become an annual

event.

“There’s always a need for it,” she said.

To learn more about Warm Up America,

visit www.warmupamerica.org. To inquire

about donating new clothing, toiletries, pet

food and/or non-perishable goods to the

Mid-Ohio Foodbank, contact McCoy at

gmccoy@midohiofoodbank.org or visit

www.midohiofoodbank.org.

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He said the bid approval came as a

result of the no-new millage bond issue

that was passed by voters on Nov. 7, which

allowed the district to release funds for the

project without the involvement of the

Ohio Facilities Construction Commission.

Wise added that the contract was necessary

not only because the roofs at these

schools needed replaced, but also because

rates on materials are expected to rise in

the near future.

The board also approved a $1 million

contract with Cardinal Bus Sales that will

add five 84-passenger transit school buses,

four 78-passenger conventional school

buses and two 65-passenger with lift buses

to its fleet.

Monte Detterman, director of business

services, said this purchase was a result of

a federal Diesel Emissions Reduction

Grant that the district received last year.

He said these new green buses will replace

the oldest and least fuel efficient buses in

their 200-strong fleet.

The bus contract that was approved also

granted bids for 11 Motorola Radio

Mounting Systems for $3,143; 11 REI

Digital Video Systems for $27,797; and 11

GPS systems for $1,155. Those bids were

awarded to B&C Communications,

Transportation Accessories, and Tyler

Technology Inc., respectively.

The board also entered into an agreement

with the Franklin County Sheriff’s

Office to provide school resource officers at

Franklin Heights and Westland High

schools. The district has used the services

of the county for school safety since the

1980s. According to the agreement, the district

will pay the department $228,643 as

reimbursement for the cost.

Tim Donohue, principal at Franklin

Heights, said the school resource officer is

an important partner in the continued

safety of students and staff in the building.

“Our building SRO is an integral part of

our school leadership team, providing

insight and guidance when and where his

expertise in needed,” he said in a written

statement.

“In addition to his SRO duties, he serves

as a mentor to our students, going above

and beyond the call of duty to volunteer his

time outside of the school day, getting to

know our students better by attending athletic

events, Special Olympics events and

other school activities.

“Our students, parents, staff members

know safety is a priority at school because

of this strong partnership.”


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By Andrea Cordle

Southwest Editor

City leaders are anticipating progress in

the Columbus Street extension project.

At the Jan. 7 meeting, Grove City

Council approved an ordinance to issue

notes in the maximum principal amount of

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for the road project. Notes are issued in the

short-term for capital projects repaid from

proceeds of long-term bonds.

“We do this for flexibility,” said Michael

Turner, finance director for the city of

Grove City. “We don’t want to issue longterm

debt when we do not know the final

cost.”

Councilwoman and newly-appointed

finance chair, Christine Houk was the sole

vote against the funding ordinance. She

had concerns about setting aside money for

a road project with so much uncertainty.

“Is this the best we could be doing,”

asked Houk. “Putting this road through is

The city of Grove City is committed to providing essential and

innovative services for Grove City and Jackson Township seniors

through a variety of partnerships. Two of the Evans Center’s most

popular services are the transportation program and LifeCare

Alliance’s Meals on Wheels delivery service. The city unveiled the

latest upgrade to the transportation program, a new bus, on Dec.

19 at the Evans Center. After the unveiling, Grove City and the

Grove City Area Senior Club presented donations to LifeCare

Alliance at their annual holiday potluck luncheon.

Through various fundraising efforts throughout the year, most

notably the Mayor’s Cup Golf Outing, the city raised $10,000 in

support of Meals on Wheels. The Grove City Area Senior Club is

contributing another $2,000 for the organization. Coordinated

through LifeCare Alliance, the local Meals on Wheels program distributes

thousands of meals each year to the homebound.

The transportation program operated by

the Evans Center is a resource Grove City

is proud to provide the community. It

forcing the issue.”

Houk said economic growth is a key concern.

“We don’t have private investment,” she

said.

City leaders began discussing the idea of

extending Columbus Street about five

years ago when they were brainstorming

ways to redevelop the Beulah Park property

and connect that area to the Town

Center.

“We all thought we would be further

along by now,” said City Administrator

Chuck Boso.

Boso said aspects of the plan have been

completed such as rezoning of the area and

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a stream improvement project. He said

there has been a delay in construction due

to uncertainty from the Beulah property

developer over who would cover what. The

city still anticipates real estate transactions

would be needed to complete the

extension project.

Houk said an additional concern of hers

is safety for library patrons.

About two years ago, the Grove City

Library relocated from Park Street to its

current location along Broadway, next to

the Columbus Street extension area.

“There are just still so many unanswered

questions,” said Houk.

Transportation program gets an upgrade

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Grove City officials added a bit of bling to the Evans Center

annual holiday potluck luncheon, with the delivery of a new bus.

The new bus was made possible through a grant from MORPC.

allows senior members of the community

unable to travel by themselves access to

transportation, not just to the Evans

Center to participate in activities, but to

medical appointments, the grocery or drug

store and other key destinations.

The transportation program averages

more than 1,500 trips per year, traveling

more than 18,000 miles. The city’s 2009

eight-seat, wheelchair-lift enabled bus was

reaching the end of its effectiveness, so

Grove City applied for a grant offered

through the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning

Commission (MORPC). This grant is part of

the Federal Transit Administration’s

Section 5310 Program administered locally

by MORPC to support public transportation

services that meet the needs of seniors

and the disabled.

The grant, awarded in May 2018, provided

80 percent of the total price of a new 12-

seat, wheelchair-lift enabled replacement

bus costing just over $80,000. The new bus

allows the city to serve a larger number of

citizens with a higher degree of comfort and

safety.

“We truly value our MORPC partnership,

allowing us to again enhance mobility

options for Grove City’s senior residents,”

said Mayor Richard “Ike” Stage. “Our community

is so proud to enhance its more than 30-year senior transportation

service in central Ohio — just what you would expect

from our twice-named ‘Best Hometown.’”

One of the city’s longest and most important partnerships is

with LifeCare Alliance. For more than three decades, Grove City

worked with this important non-profit that provides a comprehensive

array of health and nutrition services to senior, medically

challenged and homebound residents of central Ohio including

administration of the regional Meals on Wheels program. The

Grove City Dining Center is one of 31 Meals on Wheels distribution

centers operated by LifeCare Alliance. Volunteers deliver

meals to homes, providing nutrition and personal contact.

The Evans Center benefits from partners large and small, and

all are appreciated. The center also is debuting new furniture

donated by Priscilla Kilman in honor of her husband, Dr. James

W. Kilman, and daughter, Jennifer. This furniture will provide

comfort to visitors in the Evans Center lobby.

For information regarding the Evans Center programs and

activities, including how you can volunteer for Meals on Wheels,

call 614-277-1060.


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The village of Urbancrest is taking preliminary

steps to establish an emergency preparedness plan.

At its regular meeting last month, council discussed

a draft created by members of the health and safety

committee that would establish guidelines for village

officials and residents to use in case of an emergency.

There are multiple steps, said councilwoman Alicia

Wiggins, which village officials should take in order to

be prepared to lead should a natural or man-made disaster

occur.

“One of the first things we need to do is to educate

ourselves about which hazards are more likely to occur

in the area,” she said.

She noted examples such as power outages, tornadoes,

flooding, gas leaks and harsh winter conditions

as events that are most likely to occur in the region.

“We have to know how to plan for these things,” she

said.

Another step that officials should take, she added,

is to establish a response team where members are delegated

responsibilities and tasks to oversee to make

operations run more smoothly.

“We have to be organized in order to make sure our

residents are aware of what is happening and where to

go,” said Wiggins.

She said they need to identify a location or multiple

locations that could be used to house residents for a

longer duration of time.

“We need to have a place or places where people can

go to eat, get warm, charge their phones, have access

to emergency services and find out what is going on.”

She suggested reaching out to local churches to see

if they could fill that need.

Another point in the draft was the establishment of

a greater social media presence for the village.

“Like it or not, social media is a means of communications

and those communications can spread rapidly,”

Wiggins said.

She added that the village should be more active on

Facebook and Twitter while also noting the importance

of the village’s official website.

“That site has to be updated,” she said. “It is not

user friendly.”

Wiggins said she often hears from residents who try

to communicate with officials via email but the system

they use often bounces the messages back.

As for the residential aspect in emergency preparedness,

Wiggins spoke of state and county efforts to

improve health and safety such as SMART 911, which

gives emergency medical services access to your medical

information, home information, emergency contacts

and description of pets and vehicles when an

emergency call is placed. Residents must opt in and

can share however much or little information as they

desire. Additionally, Wiggins also spoke about residents

becoming volunteers with the county’s

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). She

said that program would train residents in basic disaster

response skills, such as fire safety, light search and

rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations.

Wiggins reiterated that these guidelines are just

suggestions at this point and could be eliminated or

modified pending additional feedback. She requested

community input regarding the preliminary emergency

preparedness plan.

Mayor Joseph Barnes Sr. said that there were many

aspects of the draft that he liked and added that he

would like to see a plan implemented soon.

“We have to have something in place should an

emergency situation arise again,” he said, referring to

the weather event six years ago that created lengthy

and wide-spread power outages. “We can’t go through

something like that again without having a good plan

in place.”

Reservations for city shelters open Jan. 22

Grove City Parks and Recreation is accepting reservations

for shelters in Windsor and Gantz parks and

ball diamonds in Fryer Park. Make reservations 8 a.m.

to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling 614-277-

3050 or visiting the Kingston Center, 3226 Kingston

Ave. Reservations are granted on a first-come basis

and are not complete until fees are paid.

Reservations for 2019 dates open on Jan. 22. Due to

playground improvements, the large shelter at Gantz

Park rental is unavailable until July 1.

Reserve shelters for partial or full days: 11 a.m. to 3

p.m., 4 to 8 p.m. or 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Resident fees for

the gazebo and small shelter at Gantz Park, 2255

Home Road, and the large shelter at Windsor Park,

4330 Dudley Ave., are $45 for half-day reservations

and $75 for a full day ($60/$105 for non-residents). The

large shelter at Gantz Park is available for $55 for a

half day and $90 for a full day ($70/$125 for non-residents).

Fields at Fryer Park, 3899 Orders Road, are available

for rent when not already in use for city activities

by arrangement with the sports supervisor.

Reservations are made in two-hour increments for $20

per field.

Grove City residents also can host an event yearround

at the Eagle Pavilion in Fryer Park.

Reservations are available 365 days prior to the

intended date of the event. Reservations are available

in any combination of three time slots for $175 each: 8

a.m. to noon, 1 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 10 p.m. Full-day

rentals are available for $475.

For more information, call the Grove City Parks and

Recreation Department at 614-277-3050.

Immunizations in JT

Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and

childhood immunizations on Jan. 14 at the Jackson

Township Administration Building, 3756 Hoover Road

in Grove City. Most insurance plans accepted.

Discounted services available for those with no insurance.

To schedule an appointment, call (614) 525-3719

or visit www.myfcph.org/shots.

Our Lady open house

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, 3752 Broadway,

invites the community to its 2019 open house on Jan.

24. The event will run from 6 to 7 p.m., with a special

session for prospective kindergarten families from 7 to

7:30 p.m. Interested families can also call 614-875-

6779 to schedule a tour.


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January 13, 2019 -SOUTHWEST MESSENGER - PAGE 7

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Dream Field nationally recognized

The Dream Field Playground at

Windsor Park was recognized with top

national honors by GameTime

Playgrounds at the 2018 National

Recreation and Parks Association conference.

GameTime, manufacturer of the

playground equipment used to build the

Dream Field Playground, selected Grove

City for its Play Has No Limit: Inclusion

Champion Award in the category of play

spaces that serve all development levels.

The Grove City project bested those in larger

communities including Santa Clara,

Calif., and Springfield, Mo.

The playground was determined to best

exemplify the seven principles of inclusive

playground design, which focus on fairness,

inclusion, smartness/sensory feedback,

independence, safety, activity and

comfort.

The Dream Field complex also earned

statewide recognition from the Ohio Parks

and Recreation Association, a non-profit,

public interest organization representing

1,900 professionals and citizen board members

supporting park and recreational

facilities and opportunities while preserving

natural resources. Grove City topped

all other projects in Ohio to claim first

place for a capital improvement project valued

between $1 and $2.5 million. Judges

used metrics including innovation,

resourcefulness, sustainability and community

impact.

“The acknowledgements and recognition

from recreation and parks professionals

across the country are an appreciated

confirmation of what Grove City community

members already know,” said Mayor

Richard “Ike” Stage. “Yet most gratifying is

the prize awarded through the smiles of

children who come from all over the region

to use the facilities.”

All children have needs and a desire to

play, interacting socially with others within

their environment regardless of ability.

Enabling children of all abilities to experience

the fun of a playground helps foster

the important physical, social, intellectual

and emotional development that comes

with play. The Dream Field Playground is

unique, as a space that encourages interaction

for children of all abilities — a win for

all. These connections and interactions

help develop comradery and understanding

that facilitate more comfortable, positive

interactions as adults.

The Dream Field complex includes the

Mirolo Dream Field at Mount Carmel

Stadium and supporting structures (spectator

seating, scoreboard, etc.); restroom

facilities and a concession building with a

benefactor recognition wall/walk; the

Baseball for All Family Shelter; and the

Dream Field Playground.

For more information, visit

GroveCityOhio.gov or call 614-277-3050.

Pirates in Grove City!

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Messenger photo by Dedra Cordle

It has been many years since pirates have roamed the grounds at the Grove City

Library, but on Dec. 27, nearly a dozen budding ones woke up from their holiday

slumber to engage in battles for territory, seek treasurer hidden among the shelves,

and share in elaborate tales of life on the sea during an event called ‘A Pirate’s Life

for Me!’ Shown here is the infamous Sparky Blackbeard (Xavier Auxier, 4) during the

festivities. The swashbuckling event was established by Rapscallion Stink-A-Lot

Dale Buck, a youth services department leader, as a way to give younger children

and their families something fun to do during the winter break.

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Hikers climb a snow covered hill at Slate Run Metro Park during a previous Winter Hike

Series hike.

Explore and enjoy the outdoors

Metro Parks will host its 46th annual

Winter Hike Series this January and

February to enable people to explore and

enjoy the outdoors during the winter.

This year’s series kicked off Jan. 5 at

Blacklick Woods Metro Park. The hikes are

free and open to all ages. Varying distances

of hikes are offered at most of the parks,

ranging from 1 mile to 6 miles.

There will be food and hot drinks after

every hike. Meet new friends and get out

and get fit at one or all of the 13 winter

hikes. Just show up and enjoy. No registration

required.

Earn a patch by completing seven hikes

and Friends of Metro Parks members can

get a walking stick or medallions for completing

all of the hikes.

This year’s remaining hikes:

•Jan. 13 at 2 p.m. at Prairie Oaks* (1, 3,

or 5 miles);

•Jan. 19 at 10 a.m. at Scioto Audubon*

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the state, representing nearly 60 of the region’s

top general and fellowship-trained orthopedic

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Our care and patient experience are award

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(1 or 2 miles);

•Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. at Clear Creek (1, 3,

or 5 miles);

•Jan. 27 at 2 p.m. at Inniswood (2

miles);

•Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. at Blendon Woods (2,

4, or 6 miles);

•Feb. 3, at 2 p.m. at Scioto Grove* (1 or

2 miles);

•Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. at Highbanks (2.5 or

5 miles);

•Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at Glacier Ridge* (2

miles);

•Feb. 16 at 10 a.m. at Three Creeks*

(1,3, or 5.6 miles);

•Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. at Slate Run (2.5 or 5

miles);

•Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. at Battelle Darby

Creek* (2, 4, or 6 miles).

*Leashed pets are welcome to walk with

you at these hikes marked with an asterisk.

For information visit metroparks.net.

year after year, our practice accepts both national

and local accolades for care, service and expertise.

At Orthopedic ONE, you have access to the

most diverse range of orthopedic specialties, from

joint replacement and sports medicine, to hand,

foot and spine surgery. Our physicians are affiliated

and work closely with a wide range of healthcare

systems within the region, and see patients at

nine locations throughout central Ohio, including

our newest Grove City office in the North

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To find a physician or office near you, visit

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Historical Society

Help preserve the history of Grove City,

Urbancrest and Jackson, Pleasant. Prairie

and Franklin townships. The Southwest

Franklin County Historical Society meets

Grove City Church of God

“A Healing Place”

4235 Harrisburg Pike, Grove City, Ohio

614-875-7186

Sunday Service: 10am

Wednesday Service: 7pm

• Pentecostal • Spirit-Filled Wordship

• Gospel Ministry • Life Groups

• Central Ohio Living Free

• Biblical Teaching/Preaching

club meetings

Faith Community Church of God

“The Church at the Roundabout”

4203 Alkire Rd., Grove City, OH 43123

www.faithcommunitychurchofgod.com

614-277-8499

Where the whole Bible is preached and

honest answers are given to honest

questions. Join us as we prepare to

begin our new series of Genesis.

9:30 a.m. Sunday School

10:30 a.m. Worship Service

6:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study

Be a Part of Our

Local Worship Guide

the first Tuesday each month at 7:30 p.m.

at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 3220

Columbus St. For information, pick-up a

society brochure at the Grove City

Welcome Center, 3378 Park St.

Looking for a small, friendly church experience? Try

First Presbyterian Church

of Grove City

4227 Broadway in Grove City

Join us on Sunday mornings:

Traditional wordship at 9am

Sunday School:

Pre-school-4th grade: 9:15am-10am

Adult Sunday School: 10am-11:00am

Contemporary Service: 11:15am-12:15pm

Our upcoming Worship Guide is geared toward celebrating faith and helping

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

readers know how you can help with a presence in this very special section

distributed to more than 22,000 households in the Southwest area.

Contact us today to secure your spot in our Worship Guide.

614.272.5422 • kathy@columbusmessenger.com

Pet Corner

Pets of the week

Rummy is such a

kind older pooch.

This 7-year-old

Rottweiler mix likes

to keep to himself

most of the time, but

still likes receiving

love and attention.

Come meet him

today at the Franklin

County Dog Shelter.

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

Lindsay is a pretty

energetic pooch and

would love to have a

forever family with a

similar lifestyle to

keep her on the go.

Take her on lots of

walks and she will be

your best friend. She

doesn’t seem to mind

other dogs but would

have to meet any furry friends before adoption.

Adopt Lindsay from the Franklin County

Dog Shelter.

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

Kimberlee is a 6-year-old gray long haired tabby. Her owner passed

away and she was placed into a rescue group. Kimberlee is quiet and

shy but loves attention and warms up quickly. She needs a forever

home and a chance at the good life. She has lots of love to share.

Adopt Kimberlee from Colony Cats and Dogs.

FYI: colonycats.org

Franklin County Public Health and the

Columbus Academy of Veterinary

Medicine are holding a low-cost rabies

immunization clinic on Jan. 18 for dogs

and cats. The clinic will be held from 1 to 3

p.m. at the Franklin County Fairgrounds

(Ganyard Building), 4100 Columbia St. in

Hilliard.

The cost is $5 per pet, cash only and no

appointment is necessary. All dogs and

cats must be on a leash or in an animal carrier.

Pets between 3 months and 1 year of

age or pets that have never been vaccinated

will receive a one-year rabies tag. Pets

over 1 year old with proof of a prior rabies

vaccination will receive a three-year rabies

tag. Proof of prior vaccination includes

either a rabies vaccination certificate or a

Franklin County/Columbus rabies tag.

All dogs and cats in Franklin County

are required to be vaccinated against

rabies and are required to wear their

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These furry friends are available

for adoption at local

rescues and shelters

Fred is a 3-year-old

handsome boy who is

very shy but warms

up rather nicely once

he’s used to you. Fred

had a home once but

came back to his foster

family through no

fault of his own. He

will sit on your lap,

especially when you have a blanket. All he

wants is a home of his own. He would do best

as an only child. Won’t you give Fred what he

needs the most? Adopt him through Friends

for Life Animal Haven.

FYI: www.fflah.org

Daisy is a 2-year-old

hound mix. She was

rescued from a

Kentucky shelter with

her puppies. She

absolutely loves to

snuggle and be with

her people. She’s

also a big fan of the

great outdoors. Daisy

is extremely food motivated, housebroken

and walks well on a lead. Daisy would be

happy to have a canine companion. Adopt her

from Colony Cats and Dogs.

FYI: colonycats.org

Low-cost rabies immunization clinic

rabies tag. Dog licenses will also be available

for sale by the Franklin County

Auditor’s Office, and Columbus Humane

will provide microchip ID’s at this clinic

($15 each pet).

For more information, visit myfcph.org

or call Franklin County Public Health at

(614) 525-3160.

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Home Buyers Guide

A GORGEOUS RESIDENCE

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poss. in-law/teen suite & lrg kit & dining area. Expansive deck has entry from both the owner's suite &

the kit, overlooking the back yard. 6 car garages for storage or collector. Private, Serene setting.

568 Willow Lane, Circleville $349,500

Gorgeous 4 BR home, 2 1/2 BA house with large deck, private fenced backyard with LG

shade trees. First flr features hdwd flrs in the living room, dining room, office and eat-in

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6299 Leslie Ann Ct, Grove City ASKING: $264,300

Scioto Meadows, Showplace 4 bedrooms, hardwood floors, gorgeous great room,

spacious kitchen, full basement, deck, is among fine homes. Home affords plenty of

room to entertain. Park is just around the corner about 5 minutes away.

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$

79

Nice ranch home with updated windows & doors. Kit. less than a year old. Carpet 5 years old. 2

bdrms, LG living & dining area. Oversized 1.5 garage w/storage. Fenced in yard. Southwestern

City Schools. Great home for young and old. Investment property would be great.

Pam Brown

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3656 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123

3870 Richard Ave, Grove City

$

135,000

This home is almost like new. New kitchen w/ appliances, bathroom, carpet, paint, ceiling

fans, light fixtures & more. Brand new roof. Fenced yard & shed. Cover patio. Waiting for

you to buy. Schools close and bus stop.

Pam Brown

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3656 Broadway, Grove City, OH 43123

4988 APPLE GLEN TRAIL, GROVE CITY

2,106 sq. ft. condo located in Haughn Glen Sub. The 1st floor has a MBR w/MBA &

walk-in closet, huge great rm., office w/French doors, laundry, 1/2 BA & kitchen

w/plenty of cabinets. Loft, full bath & 2 BRs on 2nd floor. Full basement.

Terri Ehmann

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Direct: (614) 216-7977

Fax: (614) 875-0889

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Saxton Real Estate

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Locally owned and operated since 1959

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$

229,900

What a wonderful opportunity to live in the desired Indian Trails subdivision! This home is just shy

of 2,000 sq.ft. and features 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, living room, family room and basement.

The outside features a fenced yard, and huge patio with a hot tub! Call for more information!

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Fantastic opportunity to own an almost 5,000 sq.ft. income generating office building with long

term tenants! Building can also be owner occupied if desired. This is an all brick two level

building with 15 office spaces, 2 baths and 2 mechanical rooms. Call for more information!

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There are some movies that are more subtle in their attempt to

become a franchise. Soft hints are dropped in the plot from timeto-time

but ultimately their pleas to the audience and studio are

not egregious enough where they give off the aroma of true desperation.

“Escape Room,” however, is not one of those movies with

hidden intent. This film is so over-the-top in its quest for a follow

up that they might as well have used flashing neon signs and

arrows saying “here is where we have enough plot to continue well

into the future. Please let us.” Had this decision not been to the

detriment of what was otherwise a decent film, this blatant shoehorned

begging would have been more amusing, if not downright

admirable.

It begins with six strangers meeting in a high-rise building in

Chicago over Thanksgiving weekend. They had been chosen by a

mysterious organization called Minos to participate in the most

immersive escape rooms to date. The prize should they win, the

personalized card states, would be an award of $10,000. Hard to

turn down, right? Wrong! I don’t care how much money they are

offering because clearly Cenobites or Cenobite fans are on the

other end. It’s a recipe for disaster, or death, or both.

But obviously, these people have green paper on their minds

rather than the silver spikes because after the uncomfortable

introductions are out of the way, they find themselves working

together to escape the room. The initial good vibes of the game,

however, begin to fade when the room grows hotter as the time to

solve the clues runs low. Then, when a burst of fire comes from the

ceiling, they question whether this ‘immersive experience’ is not

just a ploy to kill them.

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Danny (Nik Dodani), an escape room aficionado,

assures his fellow participants

that it was just part of the game, and that

he was clearly cleared from the vent and

into the other room before the explosion

occurred. Having no other option, they

believe him until they start to uncover

escape room clues from their past, clues

only they would know. And as the escape room environments

change and become increasingly more deadly, they don’t know who

to trust, when to trust, or whether any of them will get out alive.

With the popularity of escape rooms being used as team

builders, it is no surprise the subject has started to make its way

into the horror film genre. I vaguely remember seeing something

like this before, it might have been called “The Box,” and thinking

this subject had some potential for scares.

“Escape Room” is not very scary, (it’s PG-13 so the gore is limited)

but it can be unsettling. One of the most unsettling aspects of

this film is the set design and much credit should be given to

Edward Thomas, Tracy Perkins and Mark Walker, who were the

heads of the production design, set decoration and art direction,

respectively. They created escape room sets that were unbalancing

(the upside down room), caused chills down your spine (the frozen

tundra) and somewhat dizzying (the trip room). Their creativity

almost makes me want to recommend seeing this film in the theater.

I won’t, of course, but it’s rather engaging to look at on a wallto-wall

screen.

Where the film unravels is the third act during the blatant set

up for sequels, and it had been going so well up to that point. It has

sympathetic characters (Deborah Ann Woll, Taylor Russell, Tyler

Labine, Logan Miller and Jay Ellis star), an interesting premise,

an excellent use of visuals and the sense of being uncomfortable

yet entertained. Then came the flashing neon shoehorned arrows

and blew away some of the goodwill.

Because movies like this are cheap to make — it had a $9 million

budget on an $18 million opening weekend return — director and

co-writer Adam Robitel is likely going to be rewarded and get that

sequel if not a franchise. It’s just a shame the pitch was so blatant

that it slightly soured an otherwise decent

film. Grade: C

Dedra Cordle is a Messenger staff writer

and columnist.

around the southwest

Book signing for local author

Grove City author Susan Kay Box

Brunner will be featured in a book signing

event at the Book Loft in German Village,

631 S. 3rd St. in Columbus from 1 to 5

p.m., Feb. 10. She will be promoting her

newly released book “Durim Bridges”

about a man coming to a crossroads in life.

For more information, email booksbysusan1@yahoo.com

or visit www.booksbysusan.com.

Free community meal

Bethel Lutheran Church, 4501 Hoover

Road in Grove City, will host a free community

meal every third Saturday of each

month. The food will be served from noon

to 1 p.m. For more information, call the

church office at 875-0510.


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xInformation

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xPublic Notice

JANUARY GIVEAWAY

The Columbus

Messenger Newspapers

All classified line ads received

by mail, in person, e-mail or phone

will be included in the drawing.

Drawing will be held January 30th, 2019

and the winner will be notified and published

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LEGAL NOTICE

The Grove City Police Department has recovered

numerous bicycles, tools, electronic equipment, clothing

and monies over the course of several months.

The bicycles are of various types and models, as are

the tools and electronic equipment. All properties are

held in a secured police facility at all times. If you

believe you have claim to any of the property and have

proof of ownership for the property, you may call the

Grove City Police Department Property Room at

614-277-1757. A review and release of any and all

property is by appointment only. All items not claimed

will be sold at public auction, turned over to the Law

Enforcement Fund, or destroyed according to Ohio

Law.

CHARITABLE DONATION

Qualified organizations may be eligible to receive

bicycles as charitable donations from the City of

Grove City. Qualified organizations must have a valid

ruling or determination letter recognizing the taxexempt

status of the organization, pursuant to Internal

Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) or (c)(19).

Representatives may call the Grove City Police

Department Property Room at 614-277-1757 to

inquire about the donation process.


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xEmployment

MECHANIC II

The South-Western City School District announces a

competitive exam for a MECHANIC II. Nature of work is to

assist in the repair, servicing and maintenance of school buses

and other motor vechicles. Qualifications include: a high school

diploma or equivalent, hold or obtain current Ohio Commercial Driver’s

License marked “S” endorsement and two years’ experience as an

automotive mechanic is preferred. This is a twelve-month position

working 40 hours per week. Position starts at $21.07 per hour.

A SWCSD-Grove City Civil Service application must be obtained, filled

out and returned to 3805 Marlane Dr., Grove City, OH,

8:15 AM to 4:45 PM weekdays from January 16th

through January 29th. A competitive written exam will be

given on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 9:45 AM.

Full benefits - Retirement - Good working conditions.

EOE

REPORTER WANTED

Part-time reporter wanted to cover

community meetings in the evenings

and write feature and news stories in

Madison County.

Photography experience helpful.

Please send a resume and

three writing samples to:

Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor,

Columbus Messenger Newspapers

78 S. Main St.,

London, OH 43140

or email

madison@columbusmessenger.com

No phone calls.

JOB

FAIR

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READER

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The National Trade Association

we belong to has

purchased the following

classifieds. Determining

the value of their service

or product is advised by

this publication. In order

to avoid misunderstandings,

some advertisers do

not offer “employment”

but rather supply the

readers with manuals, directories

and other materials

designed to help

their clients establish mail

order selling and other

businesses at home. Under

NO circumstance

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license ID or credit card

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funds are based in US

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check with the Better

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xEmployment

Welcome “2019” With A New Job!

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The South-Western City School District is

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qualifications can be found on the district website

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then Classified & Substitute Positions. The

deadline for submitting an application is Friday,

January 25, 2019. This is a

twelve-month position working 40 hours per

week. Postion starts at $28.10 per hour.

Full Benefits - Retirement -

Good Working Conditions

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Employment

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ADVERTISING

ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE

The Advertising Department at the

Columbus Messenger Newspapers

is seeking a Sales Representative.

No Experience Necessary.

Base salary plus commissions, auto allowance.

Senior Citizens and Recent Grads

encouraged to apply.

Please send your resume to:

Doug Henry, Advertising Manager

Columbus Messenger Newspapers

3500 Sullivant Ave.

Columbus, Ohio 43204

or

e-mail to doughenry@columbusmessenger.com

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Please send your

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3500 Sullivant Ave.,

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or email to: doughenry@

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HELP WANTED

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Will Train. Mechanically

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Veterinary Assistant

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Please send your resume

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xFocus on Rentals

January 13, 2019 - SOUTHWEST MESSENGER - PAGE 19

xClassified Services

WEDGEWOOD

VILLAGE

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at 777 Wedgewood Dr.

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EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES

Rentals

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To Our Gift Card Winner

For DECEMBER 2018

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From

The Columbus Messenger

Newspapers

Information

See...You Looked!

Newspaper

Ads

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Eye!

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For Info. &

Pricing

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Messenger

To Advertise

Your

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Community

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WANT TO BUY

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for junk or unwanted cars

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WANTS TO Purchase

minerals and other oil &

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to: P.O. Box 13557,

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We Buy Junk Cars &

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MISCELLANEOUS

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or call 1-800-848-8141

APPLIANCE REPAIR

Washer, Dryer, Stove &

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AUTO SERVICE

Don’t Get Stuck

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A Rating-BBB - 46 yrs.

American & Foreign Cars

BASEMENT

WATERPROOFING

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treatment. 614-805-1084

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CONCRETE

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Driveways • Sidewalks

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Now Accepting Credit Cards

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HAULING SERVICES

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Complete System Clean & Check

$49.95

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All Makes • All Models

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or 614-801-1801 1-20

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Install Hot Water Tanks,

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Also Fencing &

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Free Est. ~ 18 Yrs. Exp.

Accepting Visa/MC

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SINCE 1973

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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.

Free Est. - Financing Avail.

Member BBB Of Cent. OH

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or 614-863-9912

HOME

MAINTENANCE

1-20

A/M

Retired Finishing Carpenter

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IINFORMATION

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1-20 A&M

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Call Dustin for a FREE

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LET US MAINTAIN

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Classified Services

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Last

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3500 Sullivant Ave. • Columbus, Ohio 43204

614-272-5422

classified@columbusmessenger.com

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LAWN CARE

MOVING

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PAINTING

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Power Wash-Gutters Clnd

Free Est. - 26 Yrs Exp.

Call Dave 614-270-2369

God Bless

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PEST CONTROL

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Eliminate Your Pest For

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PLUMBING

All About Drains & Plumb.

Will snake any sm drain

$125 + tax. 614-778-2584

ALL IN ONE

PLUMBING LLC

“One Call Does It All”

$25 OFF LABOR

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A

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All Major Credit Cards Accepted

ROOFING

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30 yrs. exp. Lifetime Cols.

resident. Lic./bonded/Ins.

Reas rates. Member of

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❏ Check

❏ Money Order

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work gtd. 614-890-5296

Snow Removal

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TREE SERVICES

BURNS TREE SERVICE

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