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July 28 - August 10, 2019 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLVI, No. 2

4220 W. Broad St.

(Across from Westland Mall)

614 272-6485 open 7 days a week

Featuring

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Westland Library

now a ‘Safe Place’

The Westland Area Library is now a

designated Safe Place in the central Ohio

community. The building will display the

yellow and black Safe Place sign, which

signifies immediate help and safety for

youth.

It is estimated over one million youth

run away from home each year due to

abuse, neglect, family conflicts and other

issues. The Safe Place program is an

option for young people who feel they have

nowhere to turn.

Columbus’ Safe Place initiative, operated

by Huckleberry House, is part of a

national network of Safe Place programs in

37 states and the District of Columbia.

Nearly 20,000 community businesses and

organizations nationwide display the Safe

Place sign, making help readily available

for youth in need.

See SAFE PLACE page 2

Page 6

Inside

Messenger photo by Dedra Cordle

Meghann Hall, a second grade teacher at Prairie Lincoln Elementary School, tends to the Lincoln Village Youth and Community

Garden. The garden, which is located on the grounds at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, was a collaborative effort

between the church, the school and the community.

Let’s Get Growing

By Dedra Cordle

Staff Writer

Most students do not want anything to

do with school during summer break.

They want to have fun, decompress from

a long year and do just about anything

else that does not require being near

school grounds. Yet there is a group of

children and adults from Prairie Lincoln

Elementary who voluntarily spend their

summer days coming back.

The desire to return began to take root

last year when members of the neighboring

Westminster Presbyterian Church

proposed a collaboration with the school

to benefit the greater community.

“We didn’t have any particular idea in

mind,” said Jim Benney, a team leader at

the church. “We just wanted to do something

together that would serve our local

community.”

When educators at the school began to

brainstorm collaborative concepts, one

idea that kept popping up was the establishment

of a garden.

“We all liked the idea of starting a garden

because it served a variety of purposes,”

said second grade teacher Meghann

Hall. “Not only could we shape lessons

around the science and nutrition behind a

garden, but we could also have our kids

play a vital role in helping to feed others.”

With Principal Julie Kenney’s blessing,

the staff went ahead with forming a

garden task force. However, there was

one caveat: they had to find another place

to build the garden.

“Due to safety reasons, we could not

have our garden located on the school

property,” said Hall.

That’s when the church stepped in.

“We have a lot of free green space,”

said Benney.

With the idea and location locked

down, the task force reached out to the

Parent Teacher Association for assistance.

One member said she knew an

Eagle Scout, Conner Kennedy, who was

looking for a project and wanted to build

the raised beds. Other members said they

could help raise seedlings. But there was

another aspect they desperately needed

help with and that was funding.

That’s when Eli Green stepped in.

“Eli was our unsung hero,” said Hall.

Having graduated from Prairie

Lincoln Elementary more than two years

ago, the soon-to-be seventh grader at

Norton Middle offered his services writing

a grant for Katie’s Krops, a non-profit

organization that helps communities

See GARDEN page 2

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GARDEN

Continued from page 1

build gardens to feed the hungry. In his

essay, he wrote about having witnessed

firsthand friends and family who could

scarcely afford food, let alone fresh produce,

and wanted to make a difference in

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their lives.

“I want to be able to help them by providing

them with free and healthy food,” he

said.

Shortly thereafter, the school was

NOW ACCEPTING GRANT FUNDING APPLICATIONS

SWACO is now accepting applications for grant funding for

innovative waste reducing, recycling and composting projects

occurring in 2020. Franklin County non-profits, schools,

universities and local governments are eligible to apply.

August Giveway

Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

for the month of AUGUST and be registered to win a

$50 Gift Card from

The Columbus Messenger Newspapers.

All ads received by mail, in person,

email or phone will be included in the drawing.

Drawing will be held August 30, 2019

and the winner will be notified

and published in our September 8th issue.

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Applications will be accepted until September 20, 2019

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MORE INFO Call Barbara Camfield, 614-276-8224 ex 5028

LUCK!

informed that they had received a $500

grant to start their garden.

In May, Kennedy and his fellow Boy

Scout troops came to Westminster

Presbyterian and tore up the land to create

six beds — one for each grade level to grow

their own crops, and one for the church to

grow theirs too.

With the help of Benney’s childhood

friend and master gardener Roger

McArtor, they filled the beds with the most

growth friendly dirt and then waited for

the kids to arrive.

“We brought them all over, grade level

by grade level, and they were so excited,”

said Hall. “Most of them had never planted

a seed before, let alone used a tiny shovel,

but they were all so thrilled to pitch in.”

They planted sunflowers, cabbage, lettuce

and strawberries. They planted tomatoes

and spinach. They planted herbs like

basil, thyme and dill. And they even planted

a few native flowers to attract more

bees.

Hall said each of the students at the

school played some role in creating the garden.

“It truly has been a school-wide effort,”

she said.

As the end of the school year

approached, several students expressed

concern about the state of the garden.

“They were very worried it wouldn’t be

there when they got back,” said Hall.

South Central Hilltop NNO

The South Central Hilltop area will celebrate

its 15th annual National Night Out

Festival from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 6 in the

Hilltop centrally located park behind

Burroughs Elementary School, 551 S.

Richardson Ave. This event is part of a

greater national celebration of community

that is designed to help foster better relationships

between citizens and police.

The Columbus Division of Police will be

present at National Night Out with many

interactive activities for all. Activities from

the Salvation Army Hilltop Corps, COSI,

YMCA, Columbus Zoo, Columbus Division

SAFE PLACE

Continued from page 1

“Our youth often find themselves at our

local libraries, and adding Westland Area

Library as a Safe Place site expands

Huckleberry House’s front porch to keep

our Columbus youth safe,” said Becky

Westerfelt, executive director of

Huckleberry House.

Michele Lowe, assistant director of

Westland Area Library, said, “Westland

Area Library has been a vital part of the

far westside community for many years,

and this is another way the library can

serve the vulnerable, improve lives, and

help make the community a better place.”

Huckleberry House is central Ohio’s

Safe Place agency and has 84 partner sites,

community events

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But she promised to come back and take

care of the garden (she goes twice a week,

along with fellow educator Ruth Mohr),

and so did the Boy Scouts, the local Girl

Scout troops, the church congregation, and

even Green and his family.

“We all go there every week,” said Amy

Green, Eli’s mother.

In the weeks that followed since the initial

planting, the crops grew. And grew.

And grew some more. Thankfully, said

Hall, insects have been kind to the garden.

So has the neighboring community.

“They have been wonderful,” she said.

“We lack a great irrigation system here but

they have donated at least five rain barrels

for us to use.”

Benney said when they proposed the collaborative

concept, they had no idea this

would be the outcome but he believes it

perfectly encompasses the spirit of the community.

“This is a community that cares about

each other,” he said.

In mid-July, the sign designation the

garden as the ‘Lincoln Village Youth and

Community Garden’ will arrive, as will

those who voluntarily return to take care of

it. There are many plans to expand the garden,

but for now they are just looking forward

to what it can and will do for those in

the community.

“It’s a great way to start to make a difference

in the world,” said Eli Green.

of Police SWAT Team and Canine Unit,

and Columbus Division of Fire will be on

hand.

For additional information or to volunteer

or set up a booth, contact Lisa Boggs

at lisaboggs693@sbcglobal.net.

Stuff the Bus

The Hilltop Kiwanis Club will host its

annual back-to-school Stuff the Bus

Challenger. Community members are

asked to drop off school supplies for Hilltop

area students from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 10

at Hoge Memorial Church, 2930 West

Broad St.

including the Prairie Township

Community Center, Prairie Township’s

administrative building, and Prairie

Township Fire Station. In addition to Safe

Place sites, youth may also access immediate

help via TXT 4 HELP, a text-for-support

service for youth in crisis. Teens can

text the word “safe” and their current location

(address, city, state) to 69866 and

receive a message with the closest Safe

Place location and the number for the local

youth shelter. Users also have the option to

text interactively with a mental health professional

for more help.

To learn more, visit www.huckhouse.org

or www.swpl.org.


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Messenger photo by Hannah Poling

Former NFL player Antoine Harris addresses participants in the football skills camp

held at Bishop Ready High School on July 13.

Giving back to the Westside

By Hannah Poling

Staff Writer

Former NFL player Antoine Harris

wanted to give back to the westside community

and he did so by hosting a skills

camp for children at Bishop Ready on July

13.

Harris was born and raised on the westside

of Columbus. He attended Hiltonia,

went to West Mound, and then went to

Bishop Ready for high school. After high

school, Harris went to the university of

Louisville where he went on a scholarship

for football but also got a degree in communications.

He played professional football

with the Tennessee Titans in 2005 and

2006. He played with the Atlanta Falcons

from 2007-2009. Finally, he played for the

Philadelphia Eagles in 2010 and 2011. He

played the position of safety and corner

and was also a special teams captain.

Harris began holding his free football

skills camp on the westside in 2009 and

continued through 2011. However, playing

professional football and raising a family

elsewhere in the United States, Harris had

to cut the camp for a while.

“When I lived in Atlanta, it was hard for

me to get back when my kids were

younger, so I took a break from having the

camp for a while,” said Harris. “Now, my

kids are older, and we travel a lot, so I felt

like it was time to start doing the camp

again.”

More than 100 kids in grades K-8 preregistered

for the camp this year and

approximately 40 walk-ins were anticipated.

According to Harris, he wants to continue

holding this camp annually. Currently

the camp is a one-day event however,

Harris wants to see it grow.

“Ideally I would like to do this every single

year and I would like to make it into a

bigger thing after this year,” Harris said.

Harris said that the purpose of the

camp is to give back to his hometown and

pass along his football knowledge to kids

interested in the sport.

“For me, it is a way to bring the westside

together,” said Harris.

In order to make this camp a success,

Harris partnered with Jerome Buckner,

president of the West Mound Stars. Harris

used to play little league along with

Buckner for the Stars in the late 80s and

early 90s. The two have been friends since.

According to Buckner, giving back to the

community has always been something

Harris has been passionate about.

“It was just something that he wanted

to do. He’s always been someone who wanted

to give back,” said Buckner.

This camp was not only intended to

teach these young students about football

but also about life and paying it forward.

“It means a lot because there is nobody

out here on the westside that’s doing it.

The west is starving out here, so things

like this is very beneficial and hopefully we

can continue to do it and support our community,”

Buckner said.

Many of the parents of the participants

were also impressed with Harris’s commitment

to donating his time in order to help

the community.

“That’s pretty awesome,” said Donald

Cook. “He is a local guy in a local community

giving back to everybody in this area

and to the kids. So, to donate his time is

very generous of him.”

Parents and participants were also

excited to participate in a unique camp this

summer.

“This is our first time coming so we are

just excited for camp. My son’s all about

football this year so we are just excited to

be here,” said Emily Morgan.

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Columbus police get tools to help save lives

Sudden cardiac arrest is the third leading

cause of death in the United States.

In Columbus, over 600 residents suffer

from sudden cardiac arrest outside a hospital

setting each year. That equates to nearly

two incidents a day. Currently only 12

percent of these 600 victims recover from

their sudden cardiac arrest event.

Speedy response time to a sudden cardiac

arrest is crucial to the victim’s survival.

If an Automated External

Defibrillator (AED) delivers a shock within

the first three to five minutes after a person’s

heart stops, the odds of survival are

60 percent to 70 percent.

While the Division of Fire EMS has an

excellent response rate on average of under

St. James Lutheran Church, 5660

Trabue Road, Columbus, will host its 36th

annual Brats and Crafts Festival Aug. 2-4.

Hours are 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, 11:30 a.m. to

9 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sunday.

eight minutes, the Columbus Division of

Police often responds more quickly.

Equipping CPD cruisers with AEDs can

increase the likelihood that an AED is used

within the crucial time window that will

increase chance of survival.

“Although police response will not

replace EMS responding and transporting

the victim to the appropriate healthcare

facility, increasing our first responders’

access to lifesaving equipment will act as a

force multiplier in our community,” said

councilman Mitchell Brown.

Council approved legislation to purchase

30 AEDs to be placed in Columbus

Division of Police cruisers. The division has

already outfitted 36 vehicles with the

devices. The same response protocol will be

used to ensure the units outfitted with the

devices are dispatched to incidents of sudden

cardiac arrests in addition to EMS personnel.

These 30 additional AED units will

be dispersed in precincts with the highest

volume of calls related to sudden cardiac

arrest. The success of the pilot program

will be evaluated after one year, and may

be expanded if proven successful and funding

is available.

“I commend the Columbus Division of

Police for embracing an initiative that

enhances their skill-set as first responders

in order to save lives,” said Brown.

This pilot is one of the recommendations

made in May by the HeartSafe Columbus

St. James to hosts its annual Brats and Crafts Festival

The event will include authentic

German food and beer, and live German

polka music and dancing featuring Ken

and Mary Turbo Accordions Express. An

1860s-era “base ball” game will be played

Saturday at 3 p.m. featuring the Ohio

Village Muffins and the St. James

Lutheran Strikers. The weekend concludes

with a mime/juggling Sunday school program,

the Columbus Maennerchor and the

traditional German Worship Service on

Sunday afternoon.

Taskforce. Comprised of first responders,

healthcare professionals, and community

advocates, the Taskforce submitted recommendations

to improve Columbus’s survival

rate from sudden cardiac arrest. Over

the coming year, Brown will continue to

implement these recommendations with

the goal to double Columbus’ survival rate

from sudden cardiac arrest.

In addition to the deployment of AEDs,

the Columbus Division of Police has also

committed to annual Hands Only CPR

training for every member of the division.

The division projects that all 2,200 members

will receive training by the end 2020.

For more information, call Steve Dodson

at 614-777-7792, the church office at 614-

878-5158; or visit

www.stjameslutheran.us.

Our Worship Guide is geared toward celebrating faith and helping readers connect with religious resources in our community.

Make sure these readers know how you can help with a presence in this very special section distributed

to more than 25,000 households in the Westside area.

Westgate

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9:00 a.m. Worship Service

10:00 a.m. Sunday School

11:00 am Wednesday Bible Study

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St. Marks

United Methodist Church

5200 Sullivant Ave.

Columbus, Ohio 43228

English Worship: 10:30 a.m.

Spanish Worship: 12:30 p.m.

WEST BROAD

CHURCH OF CHRIST

3361 W. Broad St.

9:30 AM Sunday Bible Study

10:30 AM Worship Service

3:30 PM Worship Service

7:30 PM Wednesday Bible Study

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WESTGATE

BAPTIST CHURCH

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614-279-6395

9:30 AM Sunday School

10:45 AM Worship Services

6:30 PM Sunday Evening

7:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study

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Wednesday Bible Study - 6:30pm

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Community Focus

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community events

Immunizations in Prairie Twp.

Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and childhood

immunizations on Aug. 15 at the Prairie Township Fire

Department, 123 Inah Ave. Most insurance plans are accepted.

Discounted services are available for those with no insurance. To

schedule an appointment, call (614) 525-3719 or visit

www.myfcph.org.

Free meal at Lamb of God

The Church of the Lamb of God will host a free community

meal from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the fourth Saturday of each month at

272 Fernhill Ave. in Columbus. For additional information, call

614-706-4945.

Produce giveaway at YMCA

The Hilltop YMCA hosts a fresh produce giveaway the third

Wednesday of each month from 4 to 6 p.m. at 2879 Valleyview

Drive in Columbus. For more information, call the YMCA at 614-

276-8224.

Summer fun at Summer Jam

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle

On July 13, hundreds of people throughout the region hopped aboard the ‘Peace Train’ at Westgate Park

to experience Summer Jam West, an annual celebration of music and arts on the Hilltop. For more than

seven hours, Jam-goers perused booths from local crafters, enjoyed live music and wrestling, had their

faces painted and soaked in the fun and festive atmosphere. Shown here are scenes captured at the

event. The Mato-Man Randy Sandwich (aka Daryel Lee of Columbus) poses with his championship belt

before taking on H. Hotlunch in a matchup of physical and creative skills. The two foes were at Summer

Jam West to promote the Artists Wrestling League (AWL).

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From left to right, Rosemary Nunez,

Lisbeth Maguana and Angel Maguana

are caught in a jam.

As a way to celebrate the 10th birthday of his beloved German

shepherd, Kosar, Patrick Webb, of the westside, had a balloon

animal made of the breed and even got his face painted like a

canine. For more photos, visit www.columbusmessenger.com.

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Pet Corner

Pets of the week

Venus is a 3-monthold

black Lab mix.

Her favorite things

are play time outside,

squeaky toys and

snuggly laps. Venus

would love a home

where her human

would take her out for

daily walks and play

with her. She is eager

to find her forever family. Venus is available for

adoption through Colony Cats and Dogs.

FYI: www.colonycats.org

Shelby is a 2-yearold

long-haired

orange tabby. He is a

big, sweet love bug.

He’s neutered,

microchipped, FL-

/FIV negative and up

to date on vaccines.

Shelby currently

resides in the Colony

Cats adoption center.

Contact the rescue organization for more

information.

FYI: www.colonycats.org

July is a very active

and social pooch.

She will need lots of

exercise, tennis balls,

and attention to wear

her out. Because July

can be sometimes

rough at play, she will

require kids over the

age of 12, and preferably

no other dogs or

Voodoo is a 2-year-old pit bull. Action is his middle name. He has a

‘let’s go’ lifestyle that will keep you motivated to get outside and move.

Voodoo has tons of energy, and just like the sun, he’s burning and

working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He can run for miles,

chase a ball for hours, and still want to play at the end of the day. If you

think you can keep up with this one, meet Voodoo at the county dog

shelter.

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

These furry friends are available

for adoption at local

rescues and shelters

cats in the household. However, this 5-yearold

mixed breed is still a sweetheart with

much love to give. Adopt July from the

Franklin County Dog Shelter.

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

Diamond is a bit of a

wallflower. This 4-

year-old pit bull is a

shy yet charming

pooch searching for a

patient owner with a

relaxed lifestyle. She

is looking for gentle

guidance to help her

come out of her shell.

Treat her sweet and

kind and she is sure to blossom. Adopt this

Diamond from the Franklin County Dog

Shelter.

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







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Fresh produce at Central Baptist

Free fresh fruit and vegetables will be

distributed on August 10 to qualified, lowincome

Franklin County residents. The

fresh produce will be available at Central

Baptist Church, 1955 Frank Road, beginning

at 10:30 a.m. To assist in registration,

bring a photo ID and your current address

in Franklin County. You are asked to also

bring heavy-duty bags, boxes or carts to

carry the bulk produce home. For additional

information, call the church at 614-279-

3115 or visit the website www.centralbaptistcolumbus.org.

Free meal at Hoge Memorial

There will be a free hot meal served at

Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church, 2930

W. Broad St., from 5 to 6 p.m. every

community events

Saturday. For more information, contact

the church at 276-5433 or visit

www.hogepresby.org.

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Reading is a passion for many people.

But even avid readers may not know just

how far back their love of reading stretches.

According to the American Academy of

Pediatrics, children who find pleasure in

reading have the potential to become lifelong

readers. In addition, studies have

shown that reading to children can help

kids become familiar with sounds, words

and language, helping them in their earliest

stages of cognitive development. So

adults who love books might be able to

trace their passion for page-turners to

those times their mothers and fathers read

aloud to them as youngsters.

Parents who want to their children to

learn to love reading can rely on various

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•Make reading a routine. Routine is a

necessity for parents, helping children

learn when it’s time to eat, play and go to

sleep, among other things. Parents can

include reading to their children as part of

their daily routines. As noted, doing so will

promote language skills and cognitive

development while also acclimating children

to books and providing valuable time

Back - to - School

Establishing a love for reading at a young age

for them to bond with their parents.

•Create a distraction-free reading environment.

When reading to children, parents

can create an environment with little

to no distractions. This allows kids to focus

on their parents’ voices as well as the story

they’re being told. Parents can turn off the

television and the radio when reading to

their kids. In addition, moms and dads

should leave smartphones or tablets in

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alerts or tempted to check for incoming

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•Read aloud together. Some children

may shy away from reading if they struggle

in their initial efforts to read. That does not

mean kids won’t ultimately enjoy reading,

it just means a little more effort may be

required on parents’ part to help kids overcome

any issues they have. Reading aloud

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how to pronounce words and form sentences.

Kids who know how to read can be

encouraged to read to their parents, which

can instill self-esteem.

•Let kids pick their own books. When

reading to youngsters, whether they’re

babies, toddlers or already in school, parents

can let sons and daughters choose

their own books. Children might be especially

enthusiastic about reading if they’re

allowed to choose their own books and stories.

Ohio Christian’s Emergency and Disaster

Management Program

When Cayla Allen (’21) first started her college

career at Ohio Christian University, she

wanted to be a teacher. Later on, she switched to

an emergency and disaster management degree.

After receiving a degree, students are qualified to

work in areas ranging from local non-profits to

large, international organizations.

One benefit of the Emergency and Disaster

Management program is the hands-on experience

students get in the field.

“I have served on two disaster relief deployments

through OCU with The Salvation Army;

Reading can benefit children from the

earliest stages of their lives all the way

through adulthood. Parents can take various

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Ohio Christian’s Emergency and

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one in Puerto Rico (2017) and one in Florida

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in different areas.”

The professors in this program are very dedicated

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When asked about the staff at Ohio Christian,

Allen said, “My professors here at OCU are some

of the most qualified and experienced people I

have ever met, and I hope I never take for granted

what they have provided me with to get where I

am today and where I will be in the future.”


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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

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numbers. Also beware of

ads that claim to guarantee

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

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are welcome to submit requests for donations of items.

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Betty’s In-Home Care

Has an opening for

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Look for sale in the

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HOMES FOR SALE

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BACK TO SCHOOL

AUGUST GIVEAWAY

Place a prepaid classified line ad in our paper

during the month of AUGUST 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 August 30th, 2019

and the winner will be notified and published

in our September 8th, 2019 issue .

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!!

Information

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1/3/4 BR homes-fncd yd

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8.4 A

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DEAN’S HAULING

614-276-1958

DUMPSTER RENTALS

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Install Hot Water Tanks,

Dishwashers & Disposals

Also Fencing &

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614-284-2100

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New Replacement Windows

Basement Remodels

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or 614-801-1801 8-18

W/SW

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exp. Sonny 614-325-1910

LAWN CARE

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Good ref. Free est. 10%

Sr. Disc. 614-738-9623

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$20 & Up

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MOVING

Aaron Allen Moving

Local Moving Since 1956

Bonded & Insured

614-299-6683, 263-0649

Celebrating 60 yrs in business

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No Job Too Small

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614-878-1179

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614-702-3017

Painting - Int./Ext.

Power Wash-Gutters Clnd

Free Est. - 26 Yrs Exp.

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614-330-3087, 732-3100

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