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May 19, 2019 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXIV No. 25

Synthetic turf in the works, page 3

Players, parents

protest coach’s

departure at JA

Sliding into third

Messenger photo by Jeff Pfeil

London’s Hunter Thiel slides under the tag of West Jefferson third baseman Justin Williams to keep a fiverun,

first-inning rally going on May 11. West Jefferson came roaring back with six runs in the fourth inning

to take the lead; the Roughriders went on to win the game 12-5.

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Several students, parents and coaches attended the May 13

Jonathan Alder school board meeting to protest the departure of

Brent Cahill, head boys’ varsity basketball coach.

Cahill, who served as head coach for eight years, submitted his

resignation on April 26. In it, he stated, “I made the decision to resign

to spend more time with my family. I am very thankful to all

my players and assistant coaches who helped build the program the

right way over my eight years as head coach.”

Board members and Superintendent Gary Chapman did not

comment on what led to Cahill’s decision to resign. Some of the individuals

who addressed the board about the issue mentioned allegations

that Cahill bullied or hazed student players.

The eight individuals who addressed the board spoke in support

of Cahill. Among them were several players, including junior Connor

Reed, who circulated a petition on which he collected 354 signatures

of students and parents who wanted Cahill to continue

coaching. He said he considered Cahill to be not just a coach but

like family.

“Coach Cahill never gave up on me, and I’m not going to give up

on him,” Reed said.

Scott Heiss, a basketball coach at the junior high, said Cahill

had an open-door policy for practices and that he never saw Cahill

See COACH page 3

Loosening purse strings to benefit child literacy

By Theresa Hennis

Staff Writer

You can imagine yourself into new

worlds when you turn the pages of a book.

For a child who can’t read,

“My hope is that these

kids learn a love for reading.

The power of literacy and

being able to read and think

critically is so important to

success later in life. Being

part of a program that instills

that at the very beginning is

huge.”

–Erin Holfinger, Power of

the Purse committee member

successfully navigating

the real world, let alone

an imaginary one, is impossible.

On May 9, approximately

170 women came

together in the Della Selsor

Building at Madison

County Fairgrounds to

support the United Way

Power of the Purse

women’s-only fundraiser.

The event introduced

Dolly Parton’s Imagination

Library Program, designed to improve

literacy by getting books into the hands of

children locally, nationwide and abroad.

Attendees enjoyed an assortment of finger

foods, a drink bar, dessert, a silent auction

and a purse auction while Dolly Parton

songs played in the background. The opportunity

to don fun accessories like hats,

feather boas, and masks

while standing next to a

life-size Dolly Parton

cutout for photos, was a

hit.

The event raised

$12,245 which equates to

a year of free books for

nearly 490 children.

Monthly book deliveries

will benefit children ages

newborn to 5 years old.

“Children need to be

prepared for kindergarten,

and being exposed to

books and reading is an important part of

that preparation,” said Kristen Duncan, a

Miami Valley Head Start teacher who took

See PURSE page 2

Messenger photo by Theresa Hennis

Participants in the Power of the Purse fundraiser to benefit the Dolly Parton Imagination

Library gather around a life-size cutout of the program’s namesake for a fun photo op.


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Four-mile run/walk

slated for June 22

The 13th Annual Plain City Four Mile

Run/Walk and Kid Fun Runs are set for

June 22 at Plain City Elementary, 580 S.

Chillicothe St. The four-mile run/walk starts

at 8 a.m. Earlybird entry fees are $30 for entrants

who want to be timed and $25 for untimed.

The price increases after April 30.

The one-mile and quarter-mile kid fun runs

start at 8:45; the enter fees are $5 and $2,

respectively.

The first 200 four-mile finishers receive

a race completion award. All fun run participants

receive an award. An awards ceremony

will follow the race Awards will go to

the top three male and female over finishers,

the top male and female walkers, and

male and female winners by age group.

Go to https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/

PlainCity/PlainCity4MileRunWalk to register

for the event.

Preschool

Registration

Fairhaven School will be screening 3

and 4 year old children for their

preschool program for the upcoming

2019-2020 School Year. If you would

like to sign your child up to attend

preschool this Fall, contact Mike Mast

or Vicki Thompson at 740-852-7052.

If you have children birth to 3 and

would like to add them to our preschool

waiting list, please contact us at

the number above.

PURSE

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part in the fundraiser.

Guest speaker Lisa Holmes talked about illiteracy and how it

impacted her life.

“I was illiterate for 32 years,” said Holmes, who struggles with

dyslexia. “You feel ashamed if you can’t read like your peers, and

you shut down if the problem is not caught early on.”

Holmes told stories of losing job after job because of her inability

to read. She finally came to the end of her rope.

“I went to the Adult Literacy League and admitted I needed help,

and it set me free,” she said.

Erin Holfinger, a member of the event planning committee who

headed up the purse auction said, “My hope is that these kids learn

a love for reading. The power of literacy and being able to read and

think critically is so important to success later in life. Being part of

a program that instills that at the very beginning is huge.”

To sponsor a child to receive books, contact Kara Griffith at

kara.griffith@uwccmc.org.

Messenger photos by Theresa Hennis

(From left) Roberta Byerly, Sue Hackett, Sue Mosier and Lori

Thomas, all residents of London, share a laugh at the Power of the

Purse fundraiser to benefit the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.

Mayor Patrick Closser mans the drink station at the Power of the

Purse fundraiser, serving up an adult version of lemonade called

“The Pink Purse.”


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Alder turf project starts, naming rights granted

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

With gold-painted shovels, school leaders,

fundraising coordinators and donors

broke ground on the synthetic turf project

at Jonathan Alder High School.

District residents Joel Maynard and

Rayce Robinson partnered with the

Jonathan Alder Athletic Boosters to raise

bully players in practices. He asked the

board if the district has a policy they follow

when accusations are made against a coach

and said that those accused should have a

chance to defend themselves.

School board president Steve Votaw

thanked everyone who spoke for their input

and added, “but we have to look at the whole

picture” and “do what’s best for our students

overall.”

Board members met with Cahill in closed

session for 75 minutes at the end of the

board meeting, after which they voted to accept

his resignation.

The day after the meeting, Votaw issued

the following statement:

“The board was very impressed with the

public comments made at last night’s board

meeting, especially by our students. Decisions

like this are extremely difficult, and

the board must look at many factors when

someone’s position is at stake...

“I fully understand the support of Mr.

Cahill and respect that support. We know

you are not pleased with the decision, but

we hope you understand that we made this

decision with very careful consideration.

After hearing those compelling comments

from our students, we could not make this

over $500,000 for the project, which will replace

the grass on the high school’s primary

athletic field with synthetic turf. Installation

is slated to be complete before the start

of next school year.

In a meeting prior to the May 13 groundbreaking

ceremony, the school board approved

a stadium naming rights and

trademark, tradename and logo licensing

Tossing the first shovels of dirt to signal the start of the synthetic turf installation at

Jonathan Alder High School’s Volunteer Field are: (from left) Impact60 vice president

Lavonna See, Jonathan Alder Schools Superintendent Gary Chapman, school board member

Shannon Foust, fundraising coordinator Joel Maynard, school board president Steve

Votaw, donor Bruce Daniels, fundraising coordinator Rayce Robinson, school board vice

president Tom Bichsel, and school board members Mary Jo Boyd and Christine Blacka.

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Continued from page 1

kind of decision without serious deliberation.

We firmly believe that Mr. Cahill was

treated fairly and with respect, but we need

to move forward. We hope you will continue

to support our JA boys’ basketball program.”

Thank You

COME

London Ohio

It is with great gratitude, honor

and respect that I accept the

community’s choice to serve as

the next London City Council

2x4

President. I appreciate each and

every vote that was cast in the

May 7 Primary Election. The results show that

you have great confidence in me as your

choice to lead the City. Believing that every

voice matters, I encourage you to please

attend Council meetings which are held on

the first and third Thursday of every month at

6:30. The proceedings are also available to

view via the City website at ci.london.oh.us. I

will need your help to lead Council in the

direction that best represents the pulse of the

London Community. Thank you and let’s make

our City the best City that we can.

With gratitude, Council President Elect

Henry N. Comer

agreement with Bruce Daniels, who with a

contribution of $150,000 was the largest

donor to the project. Daniels is the president

of Daniels Automotive, principal of Performance

Family of Dealerships, and founder of

Impact60, a non-profit that encourages individuals

to give 60 minutes of their time to

people in need in their community.

“When you meet Mr. Daniels, you will

find his passion lies in mentoring and providing

opportunities for our youth. We are

already experiencing his impact in our

schools and with our students. We look forward

to this partnership in helping us care

for and mentor our students for years to

come,” said Superintendent Gary Chapman.

The field itself will remain named Volunteer

Field. Daniels has the rights to rename

the stadium. That name has not yet been

chosen.

Chapman also announced that Memorial

Hospital in Marysville is donating $25,000

to the turf project and $50,000 toward the

purchase of a live video display board to replace

the field’s existing score board. The

board will stand 13 feet high and measure

24 feet wide and have the capability to display

game-in-progress video and replays.

The cost of the board is $151,000. The school

district is covering the other $101,000 of

that cost. Memorial Hospital has provided

athletic training services to the district for

the past six years. The board just approved

a seven-year extension of that contract.

All donors to the field turf project will be

recognized at a field dedication and community

celebration in August and at the first

home football game.

LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARY

LIBRARY CLOSED ON SUNDAYS

• Wednesday, May 22nd

Birds of Prey - 6:00 pm

• Thursday, May 23rd

The Wolf: Fact vs. Myth - 6:30 pm

• Monday, May 27th

CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY

• Tuesday, May 28th

Levi at the Library - 4:00 pm

Check out the library’s website for a list of all our Programs.

visit: http://mylondonlibrary.org for more information


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The amount of money Madison County pays in overage costs to

the Tri County Regional Jail continues to increase. County Commissioner

Mark Forrest attended a recent meeting at the jail and

reported back to his fellow commissioners on May 14.

The jail serves Madison, Champaign and Union counties. The

three counties split costs evenly, each paying $1.7 million per year

to send prisoners to the jail for housing. The fee covers the use of

54 beds per county. The counties are charged additional fees if they

exceed their 54-bed allotment.

Madison County regularly incurs overage costs, and the overages

have been increasing from year to year:

$57,420 in 2015, $149,310 in 2016, $231,300

in 2017, and $253,710 in 2018.

Forrest said jail usage is impacted, in

part, by judges’ different philosophies on jail

time for offenses.

Tri County Regional Jail’s base occupancy

is 154 beds, but it can accommodate

up to 213 beds. The jail has been running at

a daily average of about 200 inmates. Forrest

said he foresees a day when the jail will

need to expand. The rough cost to do so, he

said, is $100,000 per bed.

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Main Street, between Center Street

and Park Avenue, to Mayor David G. Eades

Way. Eades, who passed away last year,

served as London’s mayor for 24 years.

“Under his leadership, the city improved

and moved forward... This is a perpetual

token of appreciation for his numerous contributions

and dedication,” Comer said in

his pitch to the commissioners.

Commissioner Dr. Tony Xenikis made a

motion to move forward with the renaming,

saying of Eades,

“The man was a

great man.” However,

Commissioner

Forrest expressed

reservations.

Forrest agreed that Eades made great contributions to the city

but stated he is not an advocate of renaming Main Street or any

other major streets. County Commissioner David Hunter said he

liked the renaming idea, but would rather see it applied to a minor

street or road.

Forrest also noted that the Ohio Revised Code that Comer referenced

in his proposal allows for county commissioners to rename

streets in unincorporated areas. The street section in Comer’s proposal

lies in an incorporated area. Forrest also wondered if the

street’s original name would remain in affect as the official address

for businesses and residences.

Comer said the new name would be symbolic, leaving Main

Street as the official name for addresses. He said he was unsure

about who would have jurisdiction over renaming this particular

street section—the county or the city. He asked if County Prosecutor

Steve Pronai could review the Ohio Revised Code pertaining to the

matter. He also said he could pursue the renaming idea at the city

level, though it is a more involved process.

Domestic violence shelter financing

Financing is now in place for construction of a new county-run

domestic violence shelter. At their May 13 meeting, the commissioners

closed on a $300,000 bond with a five-year term and 3 percent

interest rate. Madison Community Improvement Corp., the

economic development arm of the Madison County Chamber of

Commerce, is serving as the project manager. The county treasurer

purchased the bond; the commissioners will pay it back in five annual

payments—the first four at approximately $35,000 each and

the last at $196,215.

Grewell Road bridge project

The commissioners held a bid opening for the Grewell Road

bridge rehabilitation project. The county engineer’s office estimated

the cost to be $624,960. Ohio Bridge Corp. submitted the only bid.

At $838,999, it is well over the estimate.

County Engineer Bryan Dhume said he will review the bid and

return to the commissioners on May 21 with a recommendation. He

will review the bid and determine if he needs to amend the project

scope or increase the county’s request for funding. Federal funding

will cover all but 5 percent of the project cost. Work must begin after

July 1 and finish up by Nov. 30.

MADISON COUNTY PARTNERS WITH CLARK COUNTY JOB & FAMILY SERVICES TO ASSIST

WITH INVESTIGATIONS AND CLAIMS PROCESSING. AS A RESULT, IN THE CALENDAR YEAR 2018:

• 87 New Cash (OWF). SNAP (Supplemental nutritional

assistance program), or Medicaid overpayments were

established, totaling $54,247, for benefits issued that

households were not entitled to.

• $59,789 collected on previously established overpayments

• 27 previously established claims were paid in full.

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Auburn Pierce (seated, center), a senior at Madison-Plains High School, signs her letter

of intent to participate in cheerleading at Wright State University. Joining her are:

(seated) her parents, Julie and Brad Pierce; (standing, from left) Rebecca Horn, Madison-Plains

varsity cheer coach; Timothy Gillian, her boyfriend; and Renee Hostetler,

one of her mentors and Madison-Plains’ band and choir director. Pierce cheered varsity

for four years at Madison-Plains, served as captain of the squad, and made honor

roll throughout high school. She is graduating from high school with an associate’s

degree and plans to study nursing at Wright State. In addition to cheerleading, she

participated in marching band color guard, softball, Quick Recall, concert band, pep

band, student council and several other school organizations.


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In an attempt to make older properties feel

more relevant to today’s times, movie studios

have begun to gender-swap their relics to give

off the faint whiff they are doing something original. Sometimes the

idea works, and the familiar product feels new and fresh, and sometimes

it backfires and a stale stench is the result.

The latest film to receive the swap treatment is “The Hustle,” a

re-envisioning of the 1988 con caper, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” starring

Michael Caine and Steve Martin. Throughout the years, that

film has reached comedy classic status due to its sheer absurdity

and twist ending. Unsurprisingly, its modern counterpart, “The Hustle,”

is a pale imitation. With that being said, it has a few shining

moments, so it is not completely devoid of merit.

“The Hustle’ begins with the introduction of Penny Rust (Rebel

Wilson), a small-time scammer who finds her marks through dating

apps. The writers wanted it known that Wilson is a lead with a conscience.

Her character makes her decision on who to scam based on

how the target treats her. For example, if she meets a guy and he

is nice to her, she leaves him alone. If she meets a guy and he is

rude, the scam if a full go.

When we officially meet Penny, she is in “full go” mode, trying to

bilk $500 from a shallow jerk (played brilliantly by “Veep’s” Timothy

Simons) for breast implants for a made-up sister. Just when it seems

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Buzzing and humming around World Bee Day

While reading the May edition of Successful

• Agricultural production dependent Here are three easy things we can all do to help bees:

Farming magazine, my husband came across a full letter on pollinators has increased by 300 percent

• Plant flowers. Keep something blooming all summer

page dedicated to World Bee Day. This caught our

attention because my husband and I have been keeping bees for 14

years. However, neither of us were aware of “World Bee Day.” So,

being passionate about our busy little pollinators, I set out to learn

more.

Slovenia first proposed World Bee Day to the United Nations in

2014. The idea came from the Slovenian Beekeepers’ Association

and the government backed it. The purpose of the international day

is to raise awareness and acknowledge the role of bees and other

pollinators for the ecosystem. World Bee Day is celebrated on May

20. On this day, Anton Jansa, the pioneer of beekeeping, was born

in 1734. To learn more about the event, visit www.worldbeeday.org.

Here are a few reasons why we should all be concerned about the

dwindling population of our pollinators:

• Every third spoonful of food is dependent on pollination.

• About 40 percent of invertebrate pollinator species, particularly

bees and butterflies, are facing extinction.

in the last 50 years.

• Pollination brings in $235 billion to $577 billion per

year in global food production.

Wondering what you can do to help bees and other

pollinators? Now more than ever it is critical to consider

practices that will benefit pollinators by providing habitats

free of pesticides. I know we all love that perfect

yard. However, be aware of the impact of pesticides and

lawn chemicals in regard to pollinators. For the sake of

my bees, I learned to love dandelions. The dandelion is

an earlier spring bloomer, and there are not many flowers

blooming in very early spring. Honeybees stay in

their hives all winter, huddled together for warmth, surviving

on their honey. The first day the temperature

outside rises close to 50 degrees, the bees charge out of

the hive, on a mission to look for nectar to make more

honey. Dandelions are a good source of nectar.

long. The more, the better. Native plants are great

for pollinators and many garden centers carry native

plants. You can also plant milkweed for the monarch

butterflies. Have fun with this. You can even get your

garden certified as a wildlife habitat.

• Avoid using pesticides and other chemicals in your

lawn and garden. Start a compost pile. Your soil will

thank you and so will your plants.

• Spread the word. Social media is a good way to

reach many people at once. Your beautiful garden may

inspire more people than you can imagine. And the

pride you will have knowing you are doing your part for

the pollinators and ecosystem while inspiring others to

do the same—priceless! Beehappy!

Nancy Hertlein

OSU Master Gardener volunteer, Madison County

Be wary: Don’t get scammed by ‘e Hustle’

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the reel deal

she is about to score quick cash, the

cops bust up the party, thanks to a

tip from a recently burned mark.

While on the run, Penny spots a magazine article

about a lavish sea-side town in France that is overflowing

with wealthy people. Having nowhere to go now that

the local authorities are onto her, she decides that she

needs a change of scenery and the people of the fictional

Beaumont-sur-Mer need to be liberated of their money.

As she is becoming more familiar with her new digs

and marks, Penny meets a big-time scammer named

Josephine Chesterfield (Anne Hathaway) who kindly

tells her to get lost. The two butt heads until Penny ends

up scamming her way into a con artist apprenticeship

with Josephine. These scenes are easily the funniest of

the movie, with Rebel making the most of her comedic

chops and Hathaway with her more subtle humor. Unfortunately,

the film then veers away from their budding

frenemy status with a winner-take-the-town bet to see

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who can receive the affections of Thomas Westerberg

(Alex Sharp), a gullible tech millionaire who is on the

cusp of super stardom.

While “The Hustle” doesn’t veer far from the plotting

of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” it doesn’t have the level of

absurdity and non-stop humor of its predecessor. Some

scenes drag and there are long moments where no

laughs are elicited, but it has a few bright spots of entertainment

and eye-candy, namely with the costuming

by Emma Fryer. The outfits will make you want to get

new pieces for your wardrobe and start your own scams

as you catch a glimpse of the pricing.

Overall, “The Hustle” isn’t a bad movie but it’s not a

fantastic one either. The cast’s chemistry helps to lessen

the more tedious moments, but it’s a film that definitely

could have worked more efficiently with a more distinctive

point of view. Grade: C-

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Archaeology Society

The Darby Creek chapter of the Archaeological

Society of Ohio will meet May 21 at

Oak Run Township Hall. Social hour and

snacks start at 5:30 followed by the meeting

at 6. All are welcome to attend and bring

Native American and early pioneer artifacts

for comments and discussions.

Basketball Camp

Shekinah Christian School, 10040

Lafayette-Plain City Rd., is holding a basketball

camp June 3-7. Boys and girls entering

fourth- through sixth-grade this coming

school year will play 10 a.m.-noon. Boys and

girls entering seventh- through ninth-grade

will play 12:30-3:30 p.m. the cost to participate

is $65 per player. For more information,

contact Coach Keith Lambert at

kalambo48@gmail.com.

HBMLibrary

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library, 270

Lilly Chapel Road in West Jefferson, can be

reached at (614) 879-8448.

• Storytimes. 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays

and Fridays. Theme for May 22—Silly Pets.

Theme for May 24—New to You.

• Humane Society Drive. During the

month of May, the library is a drop-of spot

for pet items and supplies. All donations

will go to the Humane Society of Madison

County.

• Library Board Meeting. 6 p.m. May 21.

Hospice Fundraiser

Ohio’s Hospice Loving Care will hold a

Spring Fling dinner and auction at 6 p.m.

May 31 at Tolles Career and Technical Center,

catered by Der Dutchman. The cost is

$40 per person. Call (740) 852-7755, option

6, to make reservations. The event will include

a cake walk, lemonade stand, raffles,

and spring hat contest (create and wear a

hat for a chance to win prizes).

Jonathan Alder Alumni

The Jonathan Alder Alumni banquet will

be held at 6 p.m. May 25 at Der Dutchmen

Restaurant in Plain City. The cost is $20

per person; payments are due by May 22.

Make checks payable to Jonathan Alder

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82, Plain City, OH 43064.

London Library

20 E. First St., (740) 852-9543.

• Birds of Prey. From 6 to 7:30 p.m. May

22, Ohio Nature Education, a private nonprofit

that offers homes to wild animals that

can no longer live in the wild, will present

an up-close look at birds of prey. The organization

has special permits from the Ohio

Division of Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and

Wildlife Service that allows them to provide

these materials and include live animals in

their programs.

• The Wolf: Fact vs. Myth. At 6:30 p.m.

May 23, learn about family life, habitat,

diet, and basic myths and facts with Ironwood

Wolves. Hear about the important role

wolves play in the ecosystem, and why there

is no reason to fear these animals. An ambassador

wolf will be present.

Madison County Senior Center

280 W. High St., London, (740) 852-3001.

May 20: 8:30 a.m., indoor/walking exercise

class; 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30 a.m., crochet,

knitting, needle crafts; 10:30 a.m., sitting

exercises/strengthening; 1 p.m., euchre

May 21: 9 a.m., quilting; 10 a.m., bowling;

1:30 p.m., Rays of Hope for Seasons of

Life Support Group, 1:30 p.m.; 5 p.m., cards

and billiards; 5:30 p.m., line dancing

May 22: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;

9 a.m., chair volleyball; 10:30 a.m., aerobics/strengthening

class; 12:05 p.m.,

bridge

May 23: 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30

a.m., mystery lunch trip departs

May 24: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;

9 a.m., painting class.

Mt. Sterling Community Center

164 E. Main St., (740) 869-2453.

May 20: 10 a.m., chair exercises; 7:30-

9:30 p.m., open gym basketball for high

schoolers and adults

May 21: 4-7 p.m., food/clothing pantry; 5-

6 p.m., Take Pounds Off Sensibly; 6:30-7:30

p.m., boot camp exercise class; 7:30-9 p.m.,

volleyball for adults; 8-9 p.m., Alcoholics

Anonymous

May 22: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., adult sewing

May 23: 9 a.m.-1 p.m., food/clothing

pantry; 6:30-7:30 p.m., boot camp exercises;

7:30-9 p.m., volleyball for adults.

May 25: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for all

ages and abilities.

May 28: 3-6 p.m., free produce market to

income eligible households in Mount Sterling,

Derby, Five Points, Range, Madison

Mills and Waterloo, photo ID required, proof

of residency required on first visit.

June 5: 10:30 a.m. (0-35 months old) and

11:10 a.m. (3-5 years old), We Joy Sing, a

free listening, language, movement, social

and musical program sponsored by Mount

Sterling Public Library, call (740) 869-2430

to register; 2:30 p.m., Cletus Beaker presents

“Hillbilly Science Spectacular,” also

sponsored by the library.

Mount Sterling Library

60 W. Columbus St., (740) 869-2430.

• Storytime. Sessions are held at 10:30

a.m. Mondays and include stories and crafts

for ages 2-5 years old. The last spring session

is May 13.

• Ladies Night Out. Watch “Fighting

With My Family” (PG-13) on the library’s

big screen at 6:30 p.m. May 20. Bring a

potluck dish to share.

• Around Town Book Club. The group

will discuss “The Library Book” by Susan

Orlean at 7 p.m. May 30 at United Church,

30 E. Columbus St., Mount Sterling, behind

Larry’s Pizza. Enter through the side door

and find the lounge on the second floor. Refreshments

will be served.

• Summer Reading Program. Reading

logs will be available May 28-Aug. 3. An

adult participant will win a Kindle. Youth

participants will win a variety of prizes.

• Storytime Cafe. Every Tuesday in June,

a special storytime for ages 2-5 will take

place at 10:30 a.m. at Two Hands Cafe in

Mount Sterling. Caregivers will receive a

free cup of coffee while their children enjoy

stories read by Ms. Mindi.

• Bookmobile. The bookmobile’s summer

schedule runs on Wednesdays, June 5-July

31. Stops include South Solon from 1:30 to

2 p.m. and Midway from 2:15 to 2:45 p.m.

Patrons can call the library to request certain

items be delivered to either location.

• We Joy Sing. Starting June 5, this

music-based program will run for five consecutive

Wednesdays at the Mount Sterling

Community Center, 164 E. Main St.

Through play, children will work on listening,

language, movement, social, musical

and cognitive skills. Times are 10:30 a.m.

for ages 0-35 months and 11:10 a.m. for ages

3-5 years old. The program is free but space

is limited. Call the library to register.

• Hillbilly Science Spectacular. At 2:30

p.m. June 5, performer Cletus Beaker will

bring the excitement of science to children

and their families at the Mount Sterling

Community Center, 164 E. Main St. The

program is part of the library’s summer

reading program and is open to all ages.

• Foxes in Folklore. Ironwood Wolves will

present a program on foxes at 1 p.m. June

13 at the Mount Sterling Community Center.

They will have a live fox ambassador on

hand. The program is open to all ages.

• Mr. Pickles. A lively and fun performance

is planned for all ages at the village

gazebo, across from Mount Sterling village

hall, at 1:30 p.m. June 14.

• Portable Planetarium. Boonshoft Museum

of Discovery will present their Starry

Sky show for three screenings on June 17 at

the Mount Sterling Community Center, 164

E. Main St. The program, sponsored by the

library, will answer the question, “If I go

outside tonight, what will I see if the sky is

clear?” Seating is limited. The library will

start giving out tickets on June 3. There is

room for 25 people at each show. Show times

are 1 p.m., 1:45 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. The show

is recommended for children in third grade

and above.

• UFO Juggler. Tony Steinback will perform

his out-of-this-world juggling routine

for all ages at 1 p.m. June 21 at the Mount

Sterling Community Center.

• Cheetahs. The Columbus Zoo’s Cheetah

Conservation Program will bring an ambassador

cheetah to the Mount Sterling Community

Center, 164 E. Main St., for a

program at 1 p.m. Aug. 12. The event is limited

to 200 people. This is a program for children

in third grade and up. The age

restriction will be enforced.

Mount Sterling-Madison Plains

Alumni Banquet

The Mount Sterling-Madison Plains annual

alumni banquet will be held on June 8

at the Mount Sterling Community Center,

164. E. Main St. Check-in and social hour

begin at 5 p.m. with dinner catered by The

Willow of Washington Court House. The

baked steak meal includes drinks and

desserts. Cost for the event is $25 per person;

reservations are required. Send payment

to: Patrick D. Cherry, 5659 Bell

Station Rd., Circleville, OH 43113, (740)

412-5151. For more info, call Becky Barker

at (740) 869-2477 or email Becky-

Barker13@gmail.com.

Poppy Days

West Jefferson’s American Legion Auxiliary

Post 201 will hold Poppy Days May

24-25 in West Jefferson and London. Donations

benefit veterans programs.

Workshop on Managing

Chronic Health Conditions

The Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging

is offering a free “Healthy U” workshop to

help people learn how to manage their

chronic health conditions. Sessions will take

place from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Thursdays, May

23-June 27, at St. Patrick Church, 61 S.

Union St., London.

Participants will learn from trained leaders

who also have health conditions, and

they will set goals and make step-by-step

plans to improve their health. Those who

complete the workshop will receive a copy of

“Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions.”

The following topics will be covered:

• techniques to deal with problems such

as frustration, fatigue, pain and depression;

• suggestions on exercise for maintaining

and improving strength, flexibility and endurance;

• stress and relaxation;

• communicating effectively with family,

friends and health professionals;

• nutrition; and

• how to evaluate new treatments.

The deadline to register is May 20. Space

is limited. Attendance is required at all sessions.

To register, contact Ruth Roddy at

(614) 216-0265 or rroddy1891@yahoo.com.


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Memorial Day services in Madison

County are as follows:

• Range Township. Range Township will

hold Memorial Day services at 2:30 p.m.

May 26 at Range Township Cemetery. Rev.

John Crutchfield is the guest speaker. The

Madison-Plains High School marching band

will perform. Readings and vocal performances

also are planned.

• London. London’s United Veterans Organization

will host Memorial Day services

May 26-27. The organization includes

Amvets Chapter 19, Disabled American Veterans

Chapter 93, American Legion Post

105 and Vietnam Veterans Chapter 746.

On May 26, services are set for 1 p.m. at

Paint Township Cemetery, 2:15 p.m. at

Deercreek-Lafayette Cemetery, and 2:45

p.m. at Summerford Cemetery.

On May 27, veterans and members of the

London High School band will assemble at

10 a.m. at the entrance of Oak Hill Cemetery.

The ceremony will start at 10:15 at the

statue.

A second program will take place at 11

a.m. May 27 at the veterans monument outside

the Madison County Courthouse. Marshall

Geib, a United States Navy veteran

and London resident, will be the guest

speaker. Afterward, the group will assemble

at Kirkwood Cemetery for the final memorial

tribute.

After all of the ceremonies are complete,

veterans, their families and guests are invited

to an open house at American Legion

Post 105, 51 E. First St. Refreshments will

be served. The American Legion is sponsoring

the open house.

• Plain City. Plain City Veterans of Foreign

Wars Darby Post 3268 and Plain City

American Legion Post 248 and their auxiliaries

will hold a memorial observance on

May 27. The event begins with a parade

forming at 8:15 a.m. at DNA (the old Plain

City Elementary School), 340 W. Main St.

Anyone interested in participating in the

parade is asked to decorate accordingly and

be ready to leave the school by 9. The parade

will proceed east on Main Street then south

on Chillicothe Street to Forest Grove Cemetery.

A ceremony will take place at the

cemetery following the parade at approximately

10 a.m.

For more information about participating

in the parade, contact Kristina Wright at

(614) 949-4845 or kvanwin97@yahoo.com.

• South Solon. The South Solon Community

Organization is hosting a Memorial

Day parade at 2 p.m. May 27.

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Memorial Day services

set around the county

The Springfield Detachment of the Marine

Corps League will lead the parade, followed

by the Madison-Plains Marching

Band led by director Renee Hostetler.

The parade will proceed from South

Solon Community Park to South Solon

Cemetery where a short ceremony will take

place.

Mayor Joseph Haney will make a presentation

to the parade grand marshals, Mary

and David Karkan, who are U.S. Navy veterans

and South Solon residents. Aaron

White, pastor of South Charleston Presbyterian

Church, will speak. The Marines will

perform a 21-gun salute and “Taps.”

• West Jefferson. West Jefferson American

Legion Post 201 will host a breakfast

from 7 to 9 a.m. May 27 for veterans, Madison

County fire and law enforcement personnel,

and West Jefferson village workers

and police. The post is located at 9701 W.

Broad St.

At 10 a.m., a service will take place at

Sts. Simon and Jude Catholic Church, 9350

High Free Pike, West Jefferson. Then at

noon, a ceremony is scheduled at Pleasant

Hill Cemetery where Lt. Col. Mitch Gargac

of the Army National Guard will serve as

guest speaker.

Members of Legion Post 201 thanks Cub

Scout Pack 121 for helping to put United

States flags on graves in Pleasant Hill

Cemetery on May 11.

• Mount Sterling. Members of Mount

Sterling American Legion Post 417 will

place flags on veterans’ graves at Pleasant

Cemetery on Cemetery Road at 6 p.m. May

23. The public is invited to help.

A memorial service will take place at 10

a.m. May 27 at the cemetery. Members who

wish to participate are asked to assemble at

the cemetery at 9:30. The Madison-Plains

High School band will perform. A second

short service will immediately follow at

Mount Sterling First United Methodist

Church.

• Street Dedication. Brothers James and

Max Timmons, residents of Mount Sterling,

were World War II veterans. James was an

Army Ranger, serving in the Pacific campaign,

fighting in the Philippines and Okinawa,

and was awarded two Bronze Stars.

Max enlisted in the Marine Corps, also serving

in the Pacific, and was awarded the

Navy Cross for gallantry in action on

Saipan. On May 27, Memorial Day, a street

in Mount Sterling will be renamed Timmons

Way in honor of both men. A short dedication

service will be held at the town gazebo

at 1:30 p.m.

Library seeks volunteers for summer lunch

London Public Library provides free

lunch to children during the summer. Volunteers

are needed to help serve meals, supervise

children, and perform outreach in

the community.

For more information about volunteering,

contact Andy Scaggs at (740) 852-9543

or ascaggs@mylondonlibrary.org.


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Rotary Student of the Month: London

Marriott praised for her

adaptability and creativity

The London Rotary Club

me for his dedication to his

is pleased to honor senior

team and the students he

Lillian Marriott as London

works with. He has always

High School’s May Student

pushed me to do my best

of the Month.

and helps me through every

Students of the month

hardship I face.”

are selected by school administrators

based on their

said, “ Lillian is an expecta-

About Marriott, Cutler

academic and extracurricular

achievement and positer

person. She has a

tional student and even bettive

character.

tremendous ability to adapt

Marriott has a 3.5 grade

to challenges and think outside

the box. I admire her

point average and is ranked

18th in her class. Her favorite

class is anatomy.

ity.”

perseverance and creativ-

Marriott has been a

After graduation, Marriott

will attend Muskingum

member of the varsity softball

team for four years and,

Lillian Marriott

University where she will

as a senior, was named All-Academic Mid enter the Pre-Physical Therapy program

State League. She also ran varsity cross and play softball. She is the daughter of

country her freshman and sophomore years. Scott and Kathleen Marriott of London.

She has been a member of the Thespian The London Rotary Club has a proud history

dating back to 1929. It is a member of

Society for four years, Fellowship of Christian

Athletes for three years, and Student Rotary International, a volunteer organization

of 1.2 million business and professional

Council and FFA her senior year.

When asked to name a school staff person

who inspires her, she named Kyle Cutitarian

service and help build good will and

leaders united worldwide to provide humanler,

saying, “Mr. Cutler is an inspiration to peace.

Rotary Student of the Month: Madison-Plains

Sparks known for his

kindness to everyone

The London Rotary Club is

pleased to honor senior John

“Dalton” Sparks as Madison-

Plains High School’s May

Student of the Month.

Students of the month

are selected by school administrators

based on their

academic and extracurricular

and I aspire to be that selfless

when I don’t have to.”

Wroda teaches high school

English, American literature

and creative writing.

About Dalton, Wroda said,

“Dalton is a bright student

with a good heart who is

kind to all. He never leaves

achievement and posi-

a job/assignment incom-

tive character.

Dalton has a 3.54 grade

point average and he is

ranked 14th in his class. His

favorite course is weight

training. He has been on the

honor roll all four years of

plete, and he always tries to

the best of his ability. It has

been an honor to watch him

grow academically, as well

as in character, over the last

two years.”

After graduation, Dalton

high school. He has also

plans to join the military.

John “Dalton” Sparks

been a member of the football

He is the son of Ruric and

team for four years and the powerlifting

team for three years. Dalton has been involved

with the FFA for four years and is

regularly one of the top salespeople for the

group’s fundraisers.

When asked to name a school staff member

who inspires him, Dalton said, “Mr.

(Carter) Wroda because he is very giving,

Trisha Sparks.

The London Rotary Club has a proud history

dating back to 1929. It is a member of

Rotary International, a volunteer organization

of 1.2 million business and professional

leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian

service and help build good will and

peace.


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Innovation in West Jefferson

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

You think you know libraries? Visit the

West Jefferson Middle/High School library

and you might just change your mind.

Sure, there are books–thousands of

them, plus reference materials and computers,

but open the door to a room near the

front desk and you’ll find a different resource,

what media center specialist Kristen

Kearns calls the Innovation Center.

Inside is a 3D printer, things and places

where students can take their creativity to

a new level. The center opened at the beginning

of the school year.

Kearns recently updated the school

board on center activities during a May 13

board meeting. While the number of students

accessing the center on a daily basis

fluctuates depending on a weekly theme, it

is a place that challenges their imagination.

“Activities are set up in the Innovation

Center,” said Kearns as she showed pictures

of petri dishes hatching bacteria from

around the building that was part of a recent

science theme.

“They grew some pretty gross stuff. We

also do some technology with the 3D printer

where kids can print out projects.”

The need to repair a broken table found

the printer put into use at the end of the day

after the problem was identified and a solution

devised by senior Nathaniel Dersom.

Earlier this year, Dersom used the same

technology to create 3D-printed adaptors,

converting classroom microscopes into digital

devices via a camera and computer.

Engineering, math and art are also included

in the rotation of Innovation Center

themes, and a $30,000 grant from Battelle

will be used to purchase virtual reality and

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Juniors Katie White and Sydney Lohr and sophomore Mihaly Galloway

participate in a challenge at the Innovation Center in the

West Jefferson Middle/High School library.

augmented reality headsets for the center.

“We also do a lot with discarded books,” Kearns said. “We made

art with pages torn from them. We’re really trying to get students

involved.

“We also now have teachers intrigued and they want to partner

on activities.”

Projects created in the center this year include tin foil penny

boats, blackout poetry, egg launchers and code bracelets. Community

service is also an aspect of challenges devised for students who

work on ideas during their free periods or study hall.

“We’re making sensory bottles for classrooms at Norwood,”

Kearns told board members. “And we recently dropped off 75 cat

and dog toys at the Madison County Humane Society (using old

socks and shirts).”

Kearns plans to have students create cards for people in facilities

such as nursing homes.

“We have monthly challenges for high school students and makeand-take

activities for middle-schoolers,” Kearns continued. “We

also have contests, and ran an upcycle book contest where the only

rule was there were no rules.”

The media center specialist said she is always looking for “stuff

of all kinds” to keep the Innovation Center stocked with materials

such as broken electronics, old Legos, coin batteries, duct tape and

masking tape.

“You name it, we can pretty much use it,” Kearns said.

For information on donating items to the Innovation Center, contact

Kearns at (614) 869-7654 or kkearns@westjeff.org.

School district to offer childcare

Starting next school year, London City Schools will

offer before- and after-school childcare.

On May 14, the school board approved a partnership

agreement with Champions Before- and After-School

Programs. The company will provide services at London

Elementary to families of students in kindergarten

through sixth grade.

Hours will be 6:30 a.m. to the start of school and from

the time of school dismissal until 6 p.m. Champions

charges tuition on a weekly basis. For before-school care,

the rates are $16 for one or two days per week and $40

for three to five days per week. For after-school care, the

rates are $22 for one or two days per week and $55 for

three to five days per week. Registration fees apply. Discounts

are available for families with more than one

child enrolled in the program and for students of school

district employees. The school district will receive 5 percent

of the revenue.

With the Champions agreement signed, Superintendent

Dr. Lou Kramer said the next steps are to hire

teachers for the program, attain certification, and market

the services. He said the rates are competitive with

those charged by other before- and after-school child

care services in the area.

In other business, the board:

• approved a resolution to place a request for a fiveyear

renewal of the district’s 1 percent income tax on

the November 2019 ballot.

• extended Kramer’s contract as superintendent for

another five years, through July 31, 2024.

• approved a $21,815 contract with SHP, a design

firm, to complete a site plan for the elementary and high

school campuses. The purpose is to make short- and

long-term plans for facility and property improvements.

• approved the tentative list of 146 graduates for this

year’s commencement, which will take place at 2 p.m.

May 26 in the Ray Chadwell Gymnasium at the high

school.

During the public comment portion of the school

board meeting, Anthony Williams addressed the board

about treatment and pay for certified substitute teachers.

Williams has served as a substitute teacher for the

district since 2010. He said he has not received a raise

in the time he has worked for the district.

Williams asked the board to consider implementing

a raise for certified substitute teachers and compensating

them for longevity of service to the district and for

taking on extra work, such as covering more classes,

helping with state testing, and taking on long-term substitute

jobs.

The board thanked Williams for his input but did not

comment otherwise. After the meeting, Kramer said the

district raised the pay for certified substitute teachers

about three years ago from $90 per day to $105 per day.

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Richard Arden Heisler

"Grandpa" & "Uncle Dick"

Richard Arden Heisler passed away

quietly May 8th, 2019 at the home

of his son Brandon in the company

of family, where he'd been waging

a yearlong battle with neuroendocrine carcinoma.

He passed away peacefully in the middle of the

night.

He was born 2:31am on 11/5/42 in Willard, Ohio,

the eldest son of Russell and Hazel. He grew up in

Willard, moved away, came back, moved away and

now is coming home again. He's survived by three

sisters, Karen (Joe) Sawyer, Deanne (Bud) Trill,

Cindy (Ken) Shoup; two sons, Rod (Janine) and Brad

(Sharon); a daughter, Gretchen (Eric) Kuhn; and

eleven grandchildren, all who love him dearly and

will miss laughing with him, traveling with him, his

laugh, and his easy demeanor.

He was in the Marine Corps, worked on the

railroad, lived in Chicago, worked in a car factory,

learned to teach, got a Master's in Education,

coached football, sampled asbestos, scolded his

children (and others), ran fishing charters, allegedly

sank a boat in Lake Erie, sold trailers in Texas, and

ultimately returned home to finish his time out in

Ohio with his son and his family.

Family and friends may gather at the Secor

Funeral Home in Willard, Ohio, on Tuesday, May

14, 2019, from 2:00-4:00 PM and 6:00-8:00 PM,

where his funeral service will be on Wednesday,

May 15, 2019, at 11:00 AM, with Pastor Dale George

officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions

may be made to the James Cancer Center,

460 West 10th Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43210. Online

condolences may be expressed to the family by

visiting www.secorfuneralhomes.com






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STUTHARD

Lisa Lynn “Sissy” Stuthard, 45, of London died unexpectedly on

May 7, 2019, in her residence. Born on Dec. 21, 1973, in London, she

was a daughter of Michael and Linda Gail (Bryant) Peterman. Lisa

loved caring for her granddaughter, Chloe Gail, time with family,

cooking, baking, and crafting. Survivors include: her husband of 21

years, Mark Allen Stuthard; daughters, Allison Lynn Stuthard and

Ashley Lynn Stuthard (fiancée Tyler Daily); granddaughter, Chloe

Gail Daily; father, Michael Peterman; sisters, Jessica Peterman

(John Flynn) and Donielle Peterman (Josh Kimbler); brother, Robert

Peterman; special nieces and nephews, Michael Peterman, Brandon

Bricker, Colton and Amelia Bricker, Ryan Bricker, Cohen Bricker

(Samantha Stepp), Lacey Barker, Lyric Corbin, Dylan Peterman and

Abigail Peterman; many aunts, uncles and cousins; father and

mother-in-law, Allen and Doris Stuthard. She was preceded in death

by: her mother, Linda Gail Peterman; aunt, Nancy Slone; sister-inlaw.

Denise Peterman;, grandfather, Donald Bryant; cousin, Chad

Slone; and many other family members. Services were held May 13

in Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London, with interment

following in Paint Memorial Cemetery, London. Donations

may be made to the funeral home for the benevolence of the family.

NANCE

Thomas J. Nance, 66, of London died on May 8, 2019, in Doctors

Hospital, Columbus. Born on March 23, 1953, in Springfield, he was

a son of Edward and Gertrude (Haynes) Nance. A graduate of

Shawnee High School in Springfield, Tom then went to Sinclair University

and became a respiratory therapist. He worked for the former

Community Hospital in Springfield before working and retiring from

Riverside Methodist Hospital. Survivors include: his wife of 35 years,

Lisa (Culley) Nance; son, Evan C. Nance of Columbus; daughter,

Katelyn M. Nance of Florida and brother, Michael Nance of Mississippi.

Funeral services were held May 10 in Eberle-Fisher Funeral

Home and Crematory, London, with Pastor Grant Edwards officiating.

Interment followed in Somerford Township Cemetery.

STAGE

Mary P. Stage, 82, of Mount Sterling died

on May 10, 2019. Born to the late Hugh and

Nevada Collins, Mary married John William

Stage Jr. in 1950. Along with 17 others,

Mary was one of Mount Sterling's first

emergency medical technicians in 1975. She

was a long-time member of Mount Sterling

Church of Christ in Christian Union. In addition

to her parents, Mary was preceded in

death by her brothers, Leroy, Delbert and

Kenny, and by her sister, Corrine. She is

survived by: her loving husband of 68 years,

John William Stage Jr., her children, Carol

(Greg) Westfall of Pigeon Forge, Tenn., Mike

Stage of Mount Sterling, John William

Stage III of Columbus, Mark (Cindy) Stage

of Grove City, Rose (Russell) Tope of London,

Donna (George) Miller of Pigeon Forge,

Aaron (Amber) Stage of Pigeon Forge and

Minnie Callaway of West Jefferson; her numerous

grandchildren and great-grandchildren;

her many friends; and her loving

church family at Mount Sterling Church of

Christ in Christian Union. Funeral services

were held May 15 at Porter-Tidd Funeral

Home, Mount Sterling, with Rev. John Burr

officiating. Burial followed at Pleasant

Cemetery, Mount Sterling.

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LYTLE

Rose Marie Lytle, 67, of Galloway went to Heaven on May 11,

2019, while at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in

Columbus to the late Geraldine and Lee Parsons, Rose was a graduate

of Franklin Heights High School, Class of 1970. In addition to

her parents, Rose was preceded in death by her brother, Roger Parsons,

and her sister, Mary Miller. Rose was a loving wife, mother

and grandmother. An avid ballplayer, she also loved dogs, flowers,

people and life. Rose was always the life of the party. She will dearly

be missed by her family and friends. Rose is survived by: her

beloved husband of 37 years, Carl Lytle; her loving daughters, Amy

(Pastor Eric) Thoman of Byrdstown, Tenn., and Becky Wolfingbarger

of Canal Winchester; her seven adored grandchildren, Lydia

(Alexis) Solarzano, Levi Thoman, Delores Thoman, Cynthia

Thoman, Thaddaeus Thoman, Marquise Thoman and Natasha

Thoman; sisters, Marie Jones and Martha Taynor; brother, Bobby

Parsons; her many other relatives; the extended and loving Lytle

Family; her Birthday Club friends; and her many other friends, including

her neighbors in Darby Crest. Services were set for 11 a.m.

May 18 at Rader-McDonald-Tidd Funeral Home, West Jefferson,

with Pastor Eric Thoman officiating and burial to follow at Hampton

Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Columbus

Cancer Clinic, c/o Life Care Alliance, 1699 W. Mound St.,

Columbus, OH 43223, or online at www.lifecarealliance.org.

WILSON

Mary Ann Wilson, 68, of Orient went to Heaven on May 11, 2019.

Born in Columbus to Olive and the late Eugene T. Wilson, she was

a graduate of Plains High School, Mount Sterling, Class of 1968, and

the Columbus Business University. Mary Ann was a medical secretary

in doctor offices in Columbus and Mount Sterling. She was the

longtime medical secretary for Dr. Wong’s office in Mount Sterling.

Mary loved her family, and she loved her nieces and nephews as her

own. She loved concerts, music, the beach, yard sales and being with

her family. She was preceded in death by her father, Eugene T. Wilson.

She is survived by: her mother, Olive Wilson of Mount Sterling;

life partner and love of her life, Bob Brainard of Orient; daughter,

Holly (Joe) Stage of Orient; granddaughters, Blair (Benjamin Imburgia)

Brainard of Hilliard and Caitlyn Stage of Vandalia; greatgranddaughter,

Olivia Fultz of Vandalia; brothers, Bob (Carol)

Wilson of Mount Sterling, Jim (Vicky) Wilson of Grove City and

David (Ann) Wilson of Columbus; several nieces and nephews; special

aunt and best friend, Helen (Bob) Perry of Mount Sterling; and

many other relatives and friends. The family thanks Pam “Sue”

Huffman for all her loving care for Mary. A service was held May 16

at Porter-Tidd Funeral Home, Mount Sterling.

BACHTOLD

Roxanne “Roxy” (Carbine) Bachtold, 64, of London died peacefully

on May 12, 2019, in her residence. Born on Sept. 20, 1954, in

LaSalle, Ill., she was a daughter of Joseph and Betty (Bridson) Carbine.

A member of Madison County Vineyard Church, Roxy had

worked as a cook and a teacher’s aide but especially liked working

for Ability Services, helping those with special needs. Survivors include:

her husband of 37 years, Doug Bachtold; sister, Linda (Carbine)

and Andy Gianopappas and their children, Anthony and Anna

Gianopappas; brother, Steve Rogge; and sister, Sue Rogge. She was

preceded in death by: her parents; first husband, Elliot Fehr; and

stepfather, Clyde Rogge. A celebration of life was scheduled for noon

on May 18 at Madison County Vineyard Church, 106 Olive St., London,

with Pastor Denny Tatman officiating. The family was scheduled

to receive friends at the church from 10:30 until the time of the

celebration. Contributions may be made to Loving Care Hospice,

P.O. Box 445, London, OH 43140, or Madison County Humane Society,

P.O. Box 777, London, OH 43140. The family is being served

by Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London.


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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

OHIO REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26

THE STATE OF OHIO, MADISON COUNTY

Citibank, N.A., Plaintiff

vs.

Roy Steven Hatfield et. al., Defendant

Case No. CVE20190004

Parcel No. 07-00258.000

Address: 8610 Lilly Chapel Georgesville Rd., West Jefferson, OH 43162

In pursurance of an order of sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction,

at the door of the courthouse in London, Ohio. The above named property was appraised at

$60,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount on Friday, 7th day of June,

2019, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. If no bids at that time, the property will be offered up again on Friday,

21st day of June, 2019. There will be no minimum bid for the second sale. Any additional costs

and taxes owed for the action that are not covered by the sale, will be collected within 30 days

of the confirmation from the purchaser. However, the Plaintiff has the right to redeem the

property within 14 days of the sale by paying the full purchase price to the clerk of courts, and

will be considered the successful purchaser of the sale.

The complete legal description can be found in the office of the Madison County Recorder, in

the Madison County Courthouse located at 1 N. Main Street, London, OH 43140.

Being the same property conveyed by deed recorded in volume 295, page 909 of the Madison

County Ohio Records.

Last known owner: Roy Steven Hatfield et. al

Said premises located at: 8610 Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson, OH 43162

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

appraisal may or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff nor

the appraisers are liable for the condition of the property that was appraised.

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 will be due the day of the sale, balance due within 30 days of

confirmation.

Additional fees to be paid to the Sheriff, include, transfer tax & conveyance fees which will be

added to the balance due. All funds paid to the Sheriff must be in cash or certified check.

Delinquent taxes will be paid by the plaintiff, current taxes prorated to the purchaser to the date

of the auction. The purchaser assumes all taxes from the date of the auction. The purchaser shall

be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient

to cover.

John R. Swaney, Sheriff

Tina J. Sabin, Deputy

Madison County, Ohio

Suzanne Godenswager, Attorney

1213 Prospect Ave., St. 300, Cleveland, OH 44115

MM MAY 12, 19, 26, 2019

MM2019235

LEGAL NOTICE

SALE OF REAL ESTATE

MADISON COUNTY

FORECLOSURE AUCTION

US Bank National Association (Plaintiff)

vs

Kandie L. Lowe, et al (Defendants)

Case# CV-20180240

Property Address:

405 Madison Dr. N.

West Jefferson, Madison, Ohio 43162

Legal Description:

Full Legal Listed on Public Website

Parcel Number: 10-01447.000

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com

opening on on 5/21/2019 at 10:00 AM for a

minimum of 7 days. Property may be sold on a

provisional sale date should the third party

purchaser fail to provide their deposit within the

allotted time. Provisional Sale date: 5/30/2019 at

10:00 AM for a minimum of 7 days. Sales subject to

cancellation. The deposit required is $5000.00 to be

paid by wire transfer within 2 hours of the sale

ending. No cash is permitted. Purchaser shall be

responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes

that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to

cover. To view all sale details and terms for this

property visit www.Auction.com and enter the

Search Code: CV 20180240 into the search bar.

MM MAY 5, 12, 19, 2019

MM2019225

L E G A L S

SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

OHIO REVISED CODE, SEC. 2329.26

THE STATE OF OHIO, MADISON COUNTY

PennyMac Loan Services LLC, Plaintiff

vs.

Robert B. Sheppard et. al., Defendant

Case No. CVE20180239

Parcel No. 24-01271.000 / 24-01450.000 / 24-01186.001

Address: 2600 Seneca Dr., London, OH 43140

In pursurance of an order of sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction,

at the door of the courthouse in London, Ohio. The above named property was appraised at

$185,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount on Friday, 7th day of

June, 2019, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. If no bids at that time, the property will be offered up again on

Friday, 21st day of June, 2019. There will be no minimum bid for the second sale. Any additional

costs and taxes owed for the action that are not covered by the sale, will be collected within 30

days of the confirmation from the purchaser. However, the Plaintiff has the right to redeem the

property within 14 days of the sale by paying the full purchase price to the clerk of courts, and

will be considered the successful purchaser of the sale.

The complete legal description can be found in the office of the Madison County Recorder, in

the Madison County Courthouse located at 1 N. Main Street, London, OH 43140.

Being the same property conveyed by deed recorded in volume 278, page 1686 of the Madison

County Ohio Records.

Last known owner: Robert B. Sheppard et. al

Said premises located at: 2600 Seneca Dr., London, OH 43140

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

appraisal may or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff nor

the appraisers are liable for the condition of the property that was appraised.

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 will be due the day of the sale, balance due within 30 days of

confirmation.

Additional fees to be paid to the Sheriff, include, transfer tax & conveyance fees which will be

added to the balance due. All funds paid to the Sheriff must be in cash or certified check.

Delinquent taxes will be paid by the plaintiff, current taxes prorated to the purchaser to the date

of the auction. The purchaser assumes all taxes from the date of the auction. The purchaser shall

be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient

to cover.

John R. Swaney, Sheriff

Tina J. Sabin, Deputy

Madison County, Ohio

Reimer Law Co., Attorney

P.O. Box 39696, Solon, OH 44139

MM MAY 12, 19, 26, 2019

MM2019236

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

EAMON P. COSTELLO, JUDGE

STATE OF OHIO

vs.

ALFREDO TINOCO, SANTA GLORIA LOPEZ ACRE

AND GABRIEL LUGO LOPEZ

CASE NO. CVH20190071

PETITION FOR FORFEITURE

[R.C. 2981.02 AND/OR 2981.05 AND/OR 2901.01 (A)(13)]

Petitioner hereby gives notice to all interested persons that

the Petitioner has filed a Petition for Forfeiture of 2008 Dodge

Nitro VIN. ID8GU28K68W185282 to the Ohio State Highway

Patrol and the Madison County Prosecuting Attorney.

MM MAY 12, 19, 2019

MM2019238

NOTICE OF BID (REVISED)

Sealed bids will be received by the

Auditor’s Office of the

City of London, State of Ohio at

20 S. Walnut St., Suite 101

London, Ohio 43140

Until 10am on

Monday, July 08, 2019

for the sale of the real estate

located at 116 N. Walnut St.

London, Ohio

Parcel ID No. 31-03288.000

MM MAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, 9, 2019

MM2019246

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

EAMON P. COSTELLO, JUDGE

STATE OF OHIO

vs.

KERI S. BRENISER

CASE NO. CVH20190072

PETITION FOR FORFEITURE

[R.C. 2981.02 AND/OR 2981.05 AND/OR 2901.01 (A)(13)]

Petitioner hereby gives notice to all interested

persons that the Petitioner has filed a Petition

for Forfeiture of $17,040.00 cash to the

London Police Department and the Madison

County Prosecuting Attorney.

MM MAY 12, 19, 2019

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RESOLUTION 19-046 AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE WEST JEFFERSON NORTHERN COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA TO INCLUDE ADDITIONAL PROPERTY

AND AMENDING THE EXEMPTION THAT CAN BE NEGOTIATED WITHIN THE WEST JEFFERSON NORTHERN COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA

WHEREAS, this Council desires to continue to pursue all reasonable and

legitimate incentive measures to assist and encourage development in specific

areas of the Village of West Jefferson (the “Village”) that have not enjoyed

sufficient reinvestment in remodeling or new construction; and

WHEREAS, to encourage that development, the Village, pursuant to Resolution

No. 07-028, adopted by this Council on May 21, 2007 (the “CRA Resolution”),

established the area specified in the CRA Resolution as the West

Jefferson Northern Community Reinvestment Area (the “CRA”) under the authority

of Ohio Revised Code (“R.C.”) Sections 3735.65 through 3735.70 (the

“CRA Act”); and

WHEREAS, to further encourage development, the Village, pursuant to

Resolution No. 13-052 adopted by this Council on June 17, 2013, expanded

the area specified in the CRA Resolution (the “Original Area”), and pursuant to

Resolution No. 15-045, adopted by this Council on August 3, 2015, the Village

further expanded the Original Area (with the Original Area, as so expanded,

being referred to as the “Second Amended Area”); and

WHEREAS, to further encourage development, the Village, pursuant to

Resolution No. 18-081 adopted by this Council on November 5, 2018,

expanded the Second Amended Area (with the Second Amended Area, as so

expanded, being referred to the “Third Amended Area”); and

WHEREAS, the Director of Development of the State of Ohio has determined

that the Third Amended Area contains the characteristics set forth in R.C.

Section 3735.66 and confirmed the Third Amended Area as a “Community

Reinvestment Area”; and

WHEREAS, the Village desires to promote commercial development in

approximately 250.298 +/- acres of real property identified in the records of the

Madison County Auditor as of the date of this Resolution as permanent parcel

numbers 08-00549.000 and 08-00549.001 and described more completely on

Exhibit A and Exhibit B attached to this Resolution (the “Additional Property”),

which is contiguous to the Third Amended Area; and

WHEREAS, the Village believes that the development of the Additional

Property would encourage economic stability and maintain real property values

and desires to expand the Third Amended Area to include the Additional

Property (the Third Amended Area, as expanded by the Additional Property, is

referred to in this Resolution as the “Expanded Area”); and

WHEREAS, as required by R.C. Section 3735.66, a survey of housing was

prepared for the original designation of the Original Area and has been updated

by the Village in connection with the amendment to include the Additional

Property in the Expanded Area (the “Survey”); and

WHEREAS, the Survey, as updated, shows the facts and conditions relating

to existing housing and commercial facilities and undeveloped land in the

Expanded Area, including, among other things, evidence of deterioration and

lack of new construction or repair or rehabilitation of substantial portions of the

Expanded Area; and

WHEREAS, the maintenance of existing structures and construction of new

structures in the Expanded Area would serve to encourage economic stability,

maintain real property values, and generate new employment opportunities;

and

WHEREAS, the remodeling of existing structures or the construction of new

structures in the Expanded Area constitutes a public purpose for which real

property tax exemptions may be granted;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE VILLAGE OF WEST

JEFFERSON COUNCIL, COUNTY OF MADISON, STATE OF OHIO:

Section 1. Conditions in the Expanded Area. This Council hereby finds that

the Expanded Area is one in which housing facilities or structures of historical

significance are located and new housing construction and repair of existing

facilities or structures are discouraged.

Section 2. Designation of Expanded Area. This Council hereby designates the

Expanded Area as a community reinvestment area (the “Expanded CRA”) in

accordance with R.C. Section 3735.66. Only commercial and industrial

structures consistent with the applicable zoning regulations within the

Epanded CRA will be eligible for the exemptions provided for in Section 3 of

this Resolution.

Section 3. Tax Exemptions in the Expanded CRA. Within the Expanded CRA,

the percentage of the increase in the assessed valuation resulting from the

construction or remodeling of commercial and industrial structures to be

exempted from real property taxation and the term of those exemptions shall

be negotiated in advance of construction or remolding, all in accordance with

R.C. Section 3735.67. The results of the negotiation of any exemption

authorized by this Resolution shall be set forth in writing in a Community

Reinvestment Area Agreement (an “Agreement”) pursuant to and in accordance

MM MAY 12, 19, 2019

with R.C. Section 3735.671, which Agreement shall be approved by this

Council.

The percentage of the increase in the assessed valuation resulting from the

construction or remodeling of commercial and industrial structures to be

exempted from real property taxation, which shall be negotiated and approved

as required by R.C. Section 3735.67 and 3735.671, shall not exceed 100%.

The period of exemption, which shall be negotiated and approved as required

by R.C. Sections 3735.67 and 3735.671 shall:

a. Not exceed fifteen (15) years for the remodeling of existing commercial or

industrial structures, negotiated on a project-by-project basis in advance of

remodeling; and

b. Not exceed fifteen (15) years for the construction of new commercial or

industrial structures, negotiated on a project-by-project basis in advance of

construction.

If remodeling qualifies for an exemption, during the period of the exemption,

the applicable percentage of the increase in assessed value of the structure

shall be exempt from real property taxation. If new construction qualifies for

exemption, during the period of the exemption, the applicable percentage of

the assessed value of the structure shall be exempted from real property

taxation.

The Mayor is hereby authorized to give any and all notices on behalf of this

Council that may be required by R.C. Sections 3735.671, 3735.673 and

5709.83 in connection with the consideration, approval, or execution and

delivery of any Agreements.

Section 4. Designation of Housing Officer. To administer and implement the

provisions of this Resolution, the Director of Economic Development of the

Village is designated as the Housing Officer as described in R.C. Sections

3735.65 through 3735.70.

Section 5. Application Fee. All projects are required to comply with the state

application fee requirements of R.C. Section 3735.672(C). Each Agreement

entered into pursuant to this Resolution shall require the owner of the property

to which the Agreement applies to pay an annual fee equal to the greater of

one percent of the amount of taxes exempted under the Agreement or $500;

provided, however, that if the value of the incentives exceeds $250,000 dollars,

the fee shall not exceed $2,500 dollars. The fee shall be payable to the Council

once per year for each year the Agreement is effective on the days and in the

form specified in the Agreement. Fees paid shall be deposited in a special

fund, which is hereby created, for the purpose of receiving such fees, and shall

be used by the Council exclusively for the purposes of complying with R.C.

Section 3735.672, by the TIRC (as defined in Section 6 of this Resolution) exclusively

for the purpose of performing its duties under R.C. Section 5709.85,

or for any other purpose which may be authorized by law with respect to such

fees and such special fund.

Section 6. Tax Incentive Review Council. A Tax Incentive Review Council

(“TIRC”) has been created by Ordinance No. 07-030, passed May 21, 2007.

The TIRC shall review annually the compliance of all Agreements and make

written recommendations to the Council as to continuing, modifying, or

terminating each Agreement based upon the performance of the Agreement.

Section 7. Authorization to Petition the Director of the Ohio Development Services

Agency. The Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to petition the Director

of the Ohio Development Services Agency to confirm the findings

contained within this Resolution in accordance with R.C. Section 3735.66.

Section 8. Resolution to be Forwarded; Resolution to be Published. A copy

of this resolution shall be forwarded to the Madison County Auditor, and a copy

of this Resolution shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in

the Village once a week for two (2) consecutive weeks immediately following

its passage.

Section 9. Open Meeting. The Council hereby finds and determines that all

formal actions relative to the passage of this Resolution were taken in an open

meeting of this Council, and that all deliberations of this Council and of its

committees, if any, which resulted in formal action were taken in meetings open

to the public, all in full compliance with the applicable legal requirements,

including R.C. Section 121.22.

Section 10. Effective Date. This resolution shall take effect and be in force from

and after the earliest period allowed by law and upon confirmation by the

Director of Development of the findings in this Resolution.

EXHIBIT A

Additional Property Area Legal Description

The following legal description describes the Additioal Property added to the

area of the West Jefferson Northern CRA by the foregoing resolutions. The

legal description and map related to real property having permanent parcel

number 08-00549.000 and 08-549.001, as identified in the records of the

Madition County Auditor as of the date of this Resolution:

DESCRIPTION OF 250.298 ACRES IN JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP TO BE

ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF WEST JEFFERSON, NORTH OF S.R. 29

Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Madison, Township of West Jefferson,

and part of Virginia Military Survey No. 12143, being an annexation of a

242.318 acre tract (Parcel No. 08-00549.000) out of that 250 acre tract as

described in Tract Number 7 in a deed to Nancy J. Looby, of record in Deed

Book 222, Page 55; and being all of that 7.682 acre tract (Parcel No.

08-00549.001) as described in a deed to Thomas A. Looby and Kelly A. Looby,

of record in Instrument No. 200300000342, all references to records are on file

in the Recorder’s Office, Madison County, Ohio, said annexation area being

more particulary described as follows:

Commencing at a point in the centerline of State Route 29 at the southerly

corner of that 250.732 acre tract as described in a deed of Roger Timmons,

Trustee, of record in Instrument Ordiance N. 08-004 of record in Instrument

No. 200800003921, a point in the northerly line of the land annexed to the

Village of West Jefferson by Ordinance No. 97-022 of record in Instrument

No.19970000183, and being the True Place of Beginning of the annexation

area herein described:

Thence North 25°55’35” East, along the southerly line of said 250.732 acre

tract, along the southerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West

Jefferson by Ordinance No. 08-004, a distance of 1784.64 feet to an angle

point;

Thence North 71°19’00” West, along the southerly line fo said 250.732 acre

tract, along the southerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West

Jefferson by Ordinance NO. 08-004, a distance of 754.66 feet to an angle point;

Thence North 72°51’42” East, along the southerly line of said 250.732 acre

tract, along the southerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West

Jefferson by Ordinance No. 08-004, a distance of 3821.84 feet to a point

thereon, the same being northwesterly corder of that 138.849 acre tract as

described in deed to the State of Ohio, Department of Natural Resources, of

record in Instrument No. 201600003234;

Thence South 46°26’37” East, along the westerly line of said 139.849 acre

tract, a distance of 1022.23 feet to a point thereon, the same being a northerly

corner of that 121.743 acre tract (Parcel No. 10-020000.000) out of that 140

acre tract as described in Tract Number 3 in a deed to Nancy J. Looby, of

record in Deed Book 222, Page 55, and a notherly corner of the land annexed

to the Village of West Jefferson b Ordinance No. 89-9 of record in Instrument

No. 19800890238;

Thence South 25°28’26” West, along the norherly line of said 121.743 acre

tract, along the northerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West

Jefferson by Ordinance No. 89-9, a distance of 3821.97 feet to an angle point

in said land annexed to the Village of West Jefferson by Ordinance No. 89-9,

the same being a point in the centerline of said State Route 29;

Thence North 67°01’38” West, along the centerline of said State Route 29,

along the northerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West Jefferson

by Ordinance No. 89-9, a distance of 375.52 feet to an angle point, the same

being a point in the northerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West

Jefferson by Ordinance No. 97-022;

Thence North 67°15’00” West, along the centerline of said State Route 29,

along the northerly line of said land annexed to the Village of West Jefferson

by Ordinance No. 97-022, along the northerly line of the land annexed tot he

Village of West Jefferson by Ordinance No. 08-049 of record in Instrument No.

200800004832, a distance of 2677.04 feet to the Point of Beginning and containing

250.298 Acres more or lless.

The total length of the proposed annexation perimeter is 14,257.90 feet, of

which 13,235.67 feet (92.8%) is contiguous with existing Village of West

Jefferson Corporation Lines.

Bearings are based on North 67°15’00” West along the centerline of State

Route 29 as delineated on the plat “Park 70 at West Jefferson Phase II” of

record in Plat Record B-356 through B-360 of record in the Recorder’s Office,

Madison County, Ohio

The foregoing annexation description has been prepared in part from a field

survey and record documents only and is not a boundary survey pursuant to

Chapter 4733-37 of the Ohio Administrative Code and is not to be used for any

other purpose.

EXHIBIT B

Additional Property Area Map

Exhibit B is on filed with the Clerk of Council

MM2019233

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Budget Storage of Mt. Sterling

Code Sections: 5322.01, 5322.02, 5322.03, 5322.04

hereby gives Notice of Sale under said law.

Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 10am

at Budget Storage, 15015 US Hwy 62 SE Mt. Sterling, Ohio

will hold a public sale of delinquent units in order to satisfy

an owner’s lien on the following units:

#92 Donald Adams, 45 N. Market St. Mt. Sterling, OH: Tools, compressor, tires, boxes, misc.,

stools. #151 Thomas Adams, 91 S. High St., Mt. Sterling, OH: Coolers, chainsaws, fishing

poles, bicycle. #36 Jennifer Arthur, 13779 US 62 Lot B, Mt. Sterling, OH: Window air

conditioners, Longaburger basket, Dyson sweeper, totes, wicker lounge, misc. #64 Chris

Carter, 4588 Dicksen Mill Rd., Londonderry, OH: Diamond plate truck tool box, microwave

oven, totes, misc. #1 Ed Coughenour, 8155 Junk Rd., Mt. Sterling, OH: Furniture, boxes,

dresser, TV, metal cabinet. #9 Steve Dean, 92 E. Columbus St., Mt. Sterling, OH: Boxes,

chair, carpet, misc. #20 Faye Campbell, 101 E. Columbus Rd., Apt. 319, South Charleston,

OH. Boxes, totes, clothes, lawn chair. #150 Heath Dickerson, 13380 Tenny Rd., Lot 55,

Mt. Sterling, OH: Chair, hutch, dresser, tire rims, misc. #58 Diane Donaghey, 37 Richmond

St., Adams, MA 01220: Boxes, sm. propane tank, chairs, misc. #30/51 Connie Elliott, 652

Old Towne Ave., Apt. I, Columbus, OH: Whiskey barrell bar, table & chairs, washer & dryer.

#45 Kim Fast, 137 New St., Mt. Sterling, OH: Piano, boxes, freezer, furniture, misc.

#39 Shirley Freyermuth, 812 Brixham Rd., Columbus, OH: Totes, chairs, folding table,

furniture. #69 Josh Fout, 998 Stuckey Rd., Washington Courthouse, OH: 2 wheel moving

cart, head board, floor jack.#174 Samuel Greer, 4000 Yukon Ave., Groveport, OH: Record

Albums, boxes, tool box, furniture. #54 Justin Myers, 168 Muirwood Dr., Mt. Sterling, OH:

Dryer, punching bag, toys, microwave, barbells #143 Dana Nance, 126 Muirwood Dr., Mt.

Sterling, OH: Round wood table, refrigerator, fishing poles, misc. #32 Robert Reece, 11808

Darby Creek Rd., Orient, OH: Washer & dryer, tires, tools, engine parts, furniture.

#171 Sabrina Rowland, 148 N. Market St., Mt. Sterling, OH: Headboard, totes, wrought iron

shelves, boxes, misc. #162 Samuel Sherrin, 95 W. Main St., Mt. Sterling, OH: Moving cart,

hutch, dresser, lg. folding table, misc. #89 Kole Stires, 10938 South St., Mt. Sterling, OH:

Metal cabinet, totes, couch, chair, end tables. #95 Joe Tadlock, 2334 Richwood Pike Dr.,

Rushin, Florida: Table/chairs, golf clubs, totes, wrought iron chairs, boxes. #153 Don

Vulgamore, 71 Biddle Ave., Lot 25, Bloomingburg, OH: Boxes, totes, fishing poles, level,

sprayer. #142 Gina Walker, 819 Township Rd. 208, Ironton, OH: Fooseball table, shelves,

office chair, file cabinet. #83 Cheryl Wilson, P.O. Box 296 - 27 W. Main St., Mt. Sterling, OH:

Stihl chainsaw, dresser, sm. spiral stairs, misc. #175 India Sparks, 13380 Tenny Rd., Lot 38,

Mt. Sterling, OH: Boxes, clothes, small Brinks safe, totes, microwave oven, mattress, misc.

MM MAY 5, 12, 19, 2019

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PROBATE COURT OF

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN,

JUDGE

IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME

OF

Veronica Delores Davis

to

Veronica Delores Carson

Case No. 20196013

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

CHANGE OF NAME

[R.C. 2717.01]

Applicant hereby gives notice to

all interested persons that the

applicant has filed an Application

for Change of Name in the

Probate Court of Madison

County, Ohio, requesting the

change of name of Veronica

Delores Davis to Veronica

Delores Carson. The hearing on

the application will be held on

the 11th day of July, 2019, at 2:00

o’clock P.M. in the Probate Court

of Madison County, located at 1

North Main Street, London, Ohio

43140.

MM MAY 19, 2019

MM2019244

MM2019232

PROBATE COURT OF

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN,

JUDGE

IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME

OF

Righteous DeShawn Kellams

to

Marshall Eugene Carson

Case No. 20196012

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

CHANGE OF NAME

[R.C. 2717.01]

Applicant hereby gives notice to

all interested persons that the

applicant has filed an Application

for Change of Name in the

Probate Court of Madison

County, Ohio, requesting the

change of name of Righteous

DeShawn Kellams to Marshall

Eugene Carson. The hearing on

the application will be held on

the 11th day of July, 2019, at 2:00

o’clock P.M. in the Probate Court

of Madison County, located at 1

North Main Street, London, Ohio

43140.

MM MAY 19, 2019

MM2019245

LEGAL NOTICE

SALE OF REAL ESTATE

MADISON COUNTY

FORECLOSURE AUCTION

US Bank National Association (Plaintiff)

vs

Adam S. Breon, et al (Defendants)

Case# CVE 20170227

Property Address:

401 West Main Street,

Plain City, Madison, Ohio 43064

Legal Description:

Full Legal Listed on Public Website

Parcel Number: 04-00061.00 & 180001001000

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com

opening on 5/21/2019 at 10:00 AM for a minimum

of 7 days. Property may be sold on a provisional sale

date should the third party purchaser fail to provide

their deposit within the allotted time. Provisional

Sale date: 5/30/2019 at 10:00 AM for a minimum of

7 days. Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit

required is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer

within 2 hours of the sale ending. No cash is

permitted. Purchaser shall be responsible for those

costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of

the sale are insufficient to cover. To view all sale

details and terms for this property visit

www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code: CVE

20170227 into the search bar.

MM MAY 5, 12, 19, 2019

MM2019226

LEGAL NOTICE

Sale of Real Estate

Madison County

Foreclosure Auction

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

vs

Victor J. Wirth, et al.

Case# CV20190034

Property Address: 598 Crescent Drive, West Jefferson,

Madison, Ohio, 43162

Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public

Website; Parcel Number: 10-00597.00

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com

opening on 06/11/2019 at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum

of 7 days. Property may be sold on a provisional

sale date should the third party purchaser fail to

provide their deposit within the allotted time.

Provisional Sale Date: 06/20/2019 at 10:00 a.m.

for a minimum of 7 days.

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required

is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer within 2

hours of the sale ending. No cash permitted.

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale

are insufficient to cover.

To view all sale details and terms for this property

visit www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code

CV 20190034 into the search bar.

MMMAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, 2019

MM2019248

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

Wells Fargo Bank, National Asscoiation,

successor by merger to Wells Fargo Bank Minnesota,

National Association as Trustee for Reperforming

Loan REMIC Trust Certificates, Series 2003-R2, (Plaintiff)

vs

Beth E. Collins, et al. (Defendants)

Case No.: CV 20190014

Judge: Eamon Costello

LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE

Beth E. Collins, and John Doe, name unknown, spouse of Beth E. Collins,

whose last known address is 171 New Hampshire Avenue London, OH

43140, and The Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, Executors,

Administrators, Spouses and Assigns and the Unknown Guardians of

Minor and/or Incompetent Heirs of Beth E. Collins, all of whose

residences are unknown and cannot by reasonable diligence be

ascertained, will take notice that on the 17th day of January, 2019, Wells

Fargo Bank, National Association, successor by merger to Wells Fargo

Bank Minnesota, National Association as Trustee for Reperforming Loan

REMIC Trust Certificates, Series 2003-R2 filed its Complaint in the

Common Pleas Court of Madison County, Ohio in Case No. CV 20190014,

on the docket of the Court, and the object and demand for relief of

which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff's mortgage recorded

upon the following described real estate to wit:

Property Address: 171 New Hampshire Avenue, London, OH 43140

and being more particularly described in plaintiff's mortgage recorded

in Mortgage Book 84, page 914, of this County Recorder's Office.

All of the above named defendants are required to answer within

twenty-eight (28) days after last publication, which shall be published

once a week for three consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a

hearing in this case.

Carson A. Rothfuss (0088636)

Richard Mark Rothfuss II (0087592)

Jeffrey R. Helms (0075659)

Bethany L. Suttinger (0085068)

Olivia M. Earls (0095663)

Trial Counsel

LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS, Attorneys for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 5480, Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480

(513) 241-3100

attyemail@lsrlaw.com

MM MAY 5, 12, 19, 2019

MM2019224

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Public_Notice

The following matters are the subject of this public notice by the Ohio

Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice,

including any additional instructions for submitting comments,

requesting information, a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be

obtained at: http://www.epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk,

Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216.

Ph: 614-644-3037 email: HClerk@epa.ohio.gov

Final Issuance of Permit-To-Install and Operate

Keihin Thermal Technology of America, Inc.

10500 O'Day-Harrison Rd, Mount Sterling, OH 43143-9474

ID #: P0124811

Date of Action: 05/03/2019

Renewal to impose federally enforceable restrictions on existing

emissions units to transition out of Title V permitting for this existing

aluminum manufacturing facility.

Final Issuance of Permit-To-Install and Operate

Keihin Thermal Technology of America, Inc.

10500 O'Day-Harrison Rd, Mount Sterling, OH 43143-9474

ID #: P0125295

Date of Action: 05/03/2019

Initial installation permit for five (5) fin machine and core builders

recently separated from existing, permitted lines. This permit

implements synthetic minor restrictions at an existing aluminum

manufacturing facility for the purpose of avoiding Title V.

Final Issuance of Permit-To-Install and Operate

Keihin Thermal Technology of America, Inc.

10500 O'Day-Harrison Rd, Mount Sterling, OH 43143-9474

ID #: P0125296

Date of Action: 05/03/2019

Renewal for non-synthetic minor emissions units at an existing

aluminum manufacturing facility transitioning from Title V to

FEPTIO NTV. This permitting action is a renewal that compiles the

terms and conditions of the existing PTIs for these emission units.

Final Issuance of Revocation of Permit to Install

Keihin Thermal Technology of America, Inc.

10500 O'Day-Harrison Rd, Mount Sterling, OH 43143-9474

ID #: RVK04408, RVK04409

Date of Action: 05/06/2019

Permits revoked.

MM MAY 19, 2019

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LEGAL NOTICE

Sale of Real Estate

Madison County

Foreclosure Auction

U.S. Bank National Association

vs

Michael L. Smouse, Jr., et al.

Case# CV20180255

Property Address: 186 South Union Street, London,

Madison, Ohio, 43140

Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public

Website; Parcel Number: 31-01503.000

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com

opening on 06/11/2019 at 10:00 a.m. for a minimum

of 7 days. Property may be sold on a provisional

sale date should the third party purchaser fail to

provide their deposit within the allotted time.

Provisional Sale Date: 06/20/2019 at 10:00 a.m.

for a minimum of 7 days.

Sales subject to cancellation. The deposit required

is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer within 2

hours of the sale ending. No cash permitted.

Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs,

allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale

are insufficient to cover.

To view all sale details and terms for this property

visit www.Auction.com and enter the Search Code

CV 20180255 into the search bar.

MM MAY 19, 26, JUNE 2, 2019

MM2019249

LEGAL NOTICE

Vincent George (the father of Zachary George,

deceased) whose last known residences are c/o

Stovepipe Wells, 51880 Highway 190, Death Valley,

CA 92328 and c/o General Delivery, Bakers, MT

59313, and all interested next of kin of Zachary

George, deceased, who died on March 4, 2016, will

take notice that an Application to Approve

Settlement and Distribution of Wrongful Death and

Survival Claims (hereafter “Application”) was filed on

April 23, 2019, with the Madison County Probate

Court (Case No. 20161082). A hearing has been set

for the 30th day of May 2019, at 3:00 p.m., at the

Madison County Probate Court, Courthouse, 1 North

Main Street, Room 205, London, Ohio 43140-1096

for the Court to approve the Application, including

the proposal allocation of the net settlement

proceeds as reflected in the Application. Any

objections to the Application, including the

proposed allocation of the net settlement proceeds

as reflected in the Application, are to be filed with

the Madison County Probate Court at least five (5)

days prior to the hearing.

Mark A. McLeod, Attorney for the Estate

471 East Broad Street, Suite 1900

Columbus, Ohio 43215

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ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1

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AT 3:00 PM

LOCATED AT: 9980 ST.RT. 736, PLAIN CITY, OHIO

REAL ESTATE CONSISTS OF: 3 BED RMS, 3 FULL BATHS, KITCHEN W/FORMAL

DINING AREA, LIVING RM W/FIREPLACE, MOTHER-IN-LAW SUITE W/SIDE

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TERMS: $10,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DAY OF AUCTION.

BALANCE DUE ON OR BEFORE JULY 1ST, 2019. SOLD IN AS-IS (WHERE-IS)

CONDITION AND SUBJECT TO EXECUTORS CONFIRMATION. INSPECTION

OF REAL ESTATE WILL BE FRIDAY, MAY 24TH FROM 5-7 PM AND

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6% BUYERS PREMIUM.

ESTATE OF DONALD E. HAYNES

MARK ANTHONY BLODGETT EXECUTOR FOR THE ESTATE

UNION CO P.B.# 2019-1-029

AUCTION CONDUCTED BY

GEOFF SMITH REALTOR/AUCTIONEER

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ST

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LOCATED AT: 138 JACKSON BLVD. PLAIN CITY, OH

REAL ESTATE CONSISTS OF: 3 TO 4 BED RMS, 3 FULL BATHS, KITCHEN

W/DINNING AREA, LIVING RM, FIREPLACE, FINISHED BASEMENT AND 2 CAR

GARAGE W/WK AREA. HOME HAS OVER 2300 SQ FT OF LIVING SPACE W/

HARDWOOD FLOORS AND KNOTTY PINE CABINETS. SITTING ON LG CORNER

LOT W/MATURE TREES, MINUTES FROM MAJOR RETAIL STORES AND I-270.

TERMS: $5,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DAY OF AUCTION.

BALANCE DUE ON OR BEFORE JULY 1ST, 2019. SOLD IN AS-IS (WHERE-IS)

CONDITION AND SUBJECT TO EXECUTRIX CONFIRMATION. INSPECTION

OF REAL ESTATE WILL BE SUNDAY, MAY 26TH FROM 3:30 TO 6PM.

6% BUYERS PREMIUM.

ESTATE OF RUSSELL G. BALDWIN

EXECUTRIX FOR THE ESTATE ROBIN SMITH

MAD CO PB#20191007

AUCTION CONDUCTED BY

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Qualified applicant will have a lived experience with the recovery process.

Applicant must have a HS diploma/GED, valid driver’s license,

vehicle and be willing to transport.

Case Managers to provide individual care planning and community linkages and

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or call, 614.235.6007

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xMobile Homes

JEFFERSON LODGE

Mobile Home Park

NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES AVAILABLE!

We do in house Financing and ask about our Lease

Options to Buy Program on Brand New Homes

CONTACT TERESA AT:

614-879-9595

Canaan Community

Mobile Home Park

New & Used Mobile Homes Available!

We Do In House Financing.

Ask about our Lease Options to Buy Program

on Brand New Homes

Contact Ana (614) 879-7863

www.canaancommunityhomes.com

Green Meadows

Mobile Home Park

For 2019 2 Brand New 3 BR & 2 BA Mobile Homes!

New & Used Mobile Homes Available!

We do In House Financing. FREE Moves on Mobile Homes.

Now Hiring for Maintenance Division

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Contact Mariela 740-857-1384

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READER

ADVISORY

The National Trade Association

we belong to has

purchased the following

classifieds. Determining

the value of their service

or product is advised by

this publication. In order

to avoid misunderstandings,

some advertisers do

not offer “employment”

but rather supply the

readers with manuals, directories

and other materials

designed to help

their clients establish mail

order selling and other

businesses at home. Under

NO circumstance

should you send any

money in advance or give

the client your checking,

license ID or credit card

numbers. Also beware of

ads that claim to guarantee

loans regardless of

credit and note that if a

credit repair company

does business only over

the phone it’s illegal to request

any money before

delivering its service. All

funds are based in US

dollars. Toll Free numbers

may or may not

reach Canada. Please

check with the Better

Business Bureau 614-

486-6336 or the Ohio Attorney

General’s Consumer

Protection Section

614-466-4986 for more

information on the company

you are seeking to

do business with.

[WANTED] CARS/

TRUCKS WANTED!!!

All Makes/Models 2002-

2018! Any Condition. Running

or Not. Competitive

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KILL BED BUGS! Harris

Sprays, Mattress Covers,

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Home Depot, homedepot.com

HELP WANTED

NOW HIRING

Commercial

Janitorial

All Shifts

Full and Parttime

Call Now

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Servers,

Waitress,

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Apply Within

Red Brick Tavern

1700 Cumberland Rd.

or Fax Resume

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No Phone Calls Please

Shop / Delivery Person

Needed 8-5, Mon-Fri.

Will Train. Mechanically

inclined, able to drive a

standard shift, able to lift

75 lbs, have a driver’s

license and dependable

transportation. Apply in

person at 2270 Harper

Rd., Columbus or call

614-275-0303

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xFocus on Rentals

London Apartments

1052 Sheffield Boulevard

London, Oh 43140

(740) 852-4286

2 & 3 bedroom,

Professional On-Site Management,

Pet Friendly

HELP WANTED

Home Health Aides

$13.00/hr. after 90 days

$15.00/hr. Premium Shifts

Performance Bonus and

Paid Time Off after 1 yr.

One yr. experience working

for an employer in a caregiver

5/26 A&M

role is required.

To apply, please visit

v-angels/galloway/employment

DATED SALES

GARAGE SALE

5/24 & 5/25/19, 9 A.M.

1113 Sheffield Blvd.

London 43140

Fishing equip., teen girls

clothes/shoes, household

items, small furniture

items & more!

Rain or Shine!

Garage Sale

May 23, 8-4

May 24, 8-4

May 25, 8-12

Tools, holiday, crafts,

electronics, furniture,

6930 Fayette Drive

West Jeff OH 43162

YARD SALE

2500 St. Rt. 56 NW

London 43140

Sat. May 25th

8 AM - 3 PM

Solid oak king bedroom

set w/mattress, side by

side refrigerator, household

items, too much to

list! Rain or Shine

WANT TO BUY

ANTIQUES

WANTED

Victrolas, Watches,

Clocks, Bookcases

Antiques, Furn.

Jeff 614-262-0676

or 614-783-2629

We Buy Junk Cars &

Trucks. Highest Prices

Paid. 614-395-8775

CASH FOR CARS

614-276-2597

WANTS TO Purchase

minerals and other oil &

gas interests. Send details

to: P.O. Box 13557,

Denver, CO 80201

MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE

Nordic Track Elliptical

Mt. Sterling area $250.

Exc. cond. 614-736-1636

Large Selection of

Chandeliers to

choose from.

All in working condition.

Going Out of Business!!

614-271-2469

FREE 4’x8’ TABLE

with partial steel plate,

well built. You Pick Up.

Call

614-272-5422

60” Round Patio Table

w/glass top & 6 chairs-

$95.00. 740-400-4077

Viper Shredder & mulcher,

212cc 4 cycle. NEW

$525, SELL $325.

740-506-2872

CONDOMINIUM

Condo for Sale

By Owner, London

1050 Square Feet

2 Bedroom 2 Bath

1 Car Garage

Appliances Included

Price Reduced $113,500

Call or Text

614-561-8427

6-2 M

CATAWBA APARTMENTS

10900 Schadel Lane

Mt. Sterling, OH 43143

740-869-4266

For Hearing Impaired only

Call TTY 711

Rent Includes: Water, Sewer and

Weekly Trash Pickup

On Site Laundry Available

HUD Vouchers Accepted

“This institution is an

equal opportunity

provider”

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MAY GIVEAWAY

Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

during the month of MAY and be registered

to win a $50 Gift Card from

The Columbus Messenger

Newspapers.

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

phone will be included in the drawing.

Drawing will be held May 29th, 2019

and the winner will be notified and published

in our June 2nd, 2019 issue.

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!!!!

RENTALS

BEATHARD

RENTALS

M

LONDON AREA

1 & 2 Bedroom

Houses & Apartments

740-852-9706

Eastgate Avenue,

West Jefferson

2 Bdrm Townhome,

1 1/2 Baths,

Clean/Dry Basement.

$695 per mo.

Family Owned

6-2

5-28 M

info@roundtreerents.com

NO PETS PLEASE

614-948-3232

SHARED LIVING

Room-Mate Wanted

West Jefferson Area.

Must Be a Non-drinker &

No Pets Are Allowed.

$650 a Mo. Utilities

Included. Please Call

614-595-1879

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

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xClassified Services

ADULT CARE

CONCRETE

GARAGE DOORS

GARAGE DOORS

PEST CONTROL

PEST CONTROL

TREE SERVICE

TREE SERVICE

Providing the

Highest Quality

Care For Seniors.

24 Hour Care

7 Days a Week.

1-844-939-1800

AUTO SERVICE

THE

TIRE SHOP

• Batteries • Oil Changes

• Brake Service

• New or Used Tires

• Alignments

• TheTireShopandLube.com

740-852-1200

900 Keny Blvd.

FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE

BLACKTOP

SANTIAGO’S

Sealcoating & Services LLC

Quality Materials Used

Driveway Seal

& Repairs

Top Seal Cracks

Commercial & Residential

Spring Clean-Ups

Mowing, Mulching, Edging

“Ask for whatever you need”

BBB Accredited

FULLY INSURED

Call or text for Free Est.

614-649-1200

CARPET CLEANING

Dirt Busters Tile/Floor-Any

3 Rms - $44.95. Laminant

floor polish/clng. Pet odor

treatment. 614-805-1084

CONCRETE

KYLE SMITH

Concrete & Construction

General Contractor

Licensed-Bonded-Insured

Patios, Porches,

Driveways, Sidewalks

Stamping and

Custom Colors

10% SENIOR DISCOUNT

Phone: 614-207-3801

FREE ESTIMATES

5-19 M

6-9 M

5-26

A&M

5-26 M

ALL-CITY CUSTOM

CONCRETE

All Types Concrete Work

New or Tear Out-Replace

37 Yrs. Exp.

(614) 207-5430

Owner is On The Job!

Concrete Got U Down?

Call A+ Concrete Lifting

We Fix Trip Hazards,

Sidewalks, Steps

Precast. Low Rates.

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EDDIE MOORE

CONSTRUCTION

Quality Concrete Work

Lt. Hauling & Room Add.,

Block Work & Excavation

Stamp Patios,

Bsmt. Wall Restoration

37 Yrs Exp - Lic & Ins.

Free Ests. 614-871-3834

DOG GROOMING

Kountry Klipping LLC

Pet Grooming

Daycare & Pet Sitting

By Terri Lynn

46 N. London St.

Mt. Sterling, OH 43143

(614) 354-7716

Bring in this ad for $5 off

FENCING

WEBB & SON

FENCING

Farm & Residential

Fencing

www.webbandson

fencing.org

JEFF

740-852-0953

ED

740-852-0816

EAZY FENCE

Chain Link - Wood

No Job Too Big or Small

All Repairs ~ Free Est.

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FLOORING

CREATIVE

FLOORING

Stocking Warehouse

CARPET • Vinyl

Ceramic • Hardwoods

Laminates 6/2 M

80 St. Rt. 56, London

(SUMMERFORD)

between St. Rt. 40 & I-70

37 Years Serving

Madison County

740-852-5366

6-9 M

5-26 M

HAULING

Redding Removal

& Clean-up, LLC.

• Estate clean-outs

• Piano moves

• Furniture assembly

• Hauling • Moving

• Yard Clean-up

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INFORMATION

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• Bathrooms • Kitchens

• Tile • Drywall • Flooring

• Roofing • Siding • Etc.

NO JOB TO SMALL

A+ BBB Rating

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Lic. • Bonded • Insured

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www.lgroofingcolumbus@gmail.com

Mid-Ohio

Kitchen

and Bath, LLC

Joe Ober

Residential/Commercial

614-879-5827

Choose Local & Save

midohiokitchenandbath.com

Jeff Boyd

6-30 M

6-9 A&M

6-9 M

HOME

IMPROVEMENTS

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On Carpenter Work,

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5-19 M

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LITTLE JOE’S

HANDYMAN

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Tiles & Flooring

Basements/Decks

Licensed-Bonded-Insured

740-852-4544

www.LittleJoesHandy.com

SLAGLE

HOME REMODELING

Baths, Kitchen,

Room Additions,

Plumbing and Electrical.

All your Handyman needs

No Job too Big or Small

Over 30 Yrs. Exp. Lic.-Bond-Ins.

Jerry

614-332-3320

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.

6-9

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

5-19 M

6/2 M

Classified Services

TERMITE & PEST CONTROL

3093 W. Broad St., Cols.

614-367-9000

TERMITES? PESTS?

BED BUGS?

$100 off new termite services! with this ad

Monthly & Quarterly Pest Services

Great Prices!! Licensed & Insured

Visit Us

“Do It Yourself Pest Control”.

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HOME

IMPROVEMENTS

Handyman Cafe

“Serving Up Solutions

For All Your Handyman

Remodeling Needs”

Painting, Flooring,

Bathrooms, Kitchens,

Doors/Windows,

Siding/Roofing

Home Repairs/Maintenance

740-837-0287

Accepting MC/Visa/AE/Discover

LANDSCAPING

WE PULL WEEDS!

No job too big or too small.

We offer a full range of

landscape services

Fast • Affordable • Reliable

Call Dustin for a

FREE Estimate today!

614-357-7847

QUALITY

LAWN &

LANDSCAPE

Steve Mast

COMMERCIAL &

RESIDENTIAL

• Mowing

• Mulching

• Trimming

• Removals

614-309-3338

Fully Insured

Free Estimates

LAWN CARE

SOWER’S LAWN CARE

Mowing-trimming-mulching

Free Est. 614-397-0566

MOVING

A Complete

Moving

Reasonable, Reliable

No Job Too Small

PUCO #150692-HG

Free Estimate

614-878-1179

6/2 M

6-9 w/sw/m

5-26 M

6/9 A&M

MOVING

Aaron Allen Moving

Local Moving Since 1956

Bonded & Insured

614-299-6683, 263-0649

Celebrating 60 yrs in business

PAINTING

WOW

Painting - Power Wash

Interior - Exterior

Residential & Commercial

Complete Home

Remodeling

740-852-2180

Austin & Gary Bogenrife

Website: wwwpaintingllc.com

wowpainting@live.com

5-19 M

Tree Trimming

Tree Removal

Stump Grinding

FREE ESTIMATES

740-845-LAWN

PEST CONTROL

Anthony Pest Control

Eliminate Your Pest For

Less $$. 614-600-8841

POWER WASHING

Home Powerwash from

$99 & up. Also House

Painting. 614-805-1084

Housewash

Vet/Sr Disc. Call Today!!

614-586-3417

MRS. POWERWASH

Any house wash $149 + tax

Single deck $69 + tax

2 Tier deck $99 + tax

Best Wash In Town

Over 45,000 Washes

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A PICTURE

SEWING MACHINE

REPAIR

REPAIR all makes 24 hr.

service. Clean, oil, adjust

in your home. $49.95 all

work gtd. 614-890-5296

TOP SOIL

Alexander Hauling

Driveways topped w/new

limestone. We also deliver

Topsoil - comtil - sandmulch.

Specializing in

residential. 614-491-5460

Bobcat Service Avail.

TREE SERVICES

Brewer & Sons Tree Service

• Tree Removal

• Tree Trimming 6-9

A&M

• Stump Grinding

• Bucket Truck Services

Best Prices • Same Day Service

614-878-2568

I S WORTH

1,000 WORDS.

For Display Advertising

Rates in the Madison

Messenger, Call

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Advertising. It really works.


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