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August 4, 2019 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXIV No. 36

South

Charleston

News and events, pages 6-7

Meet first responders

at National Night Out

Messenger photo by Jeff Pfeil

Loading up on fresh veggies

Nola Lambert hands Jim Baber his bag of fresh vegetables at the West Jefferson

Farmers Market on July 27. Lambert and her husband, Terry, have been active in the

farmers market for many years. The West Jefferson Farmers Market takes place from

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at Pat’s Pizza, 55 E. Main St. Vendors are welcome; space

rental is $5 per week. Call (740) 837-0131 for more information.

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Observed the first Tuesday of August,

National Night Out gives residents and first

responders an opportunity to get to know

each other in casual, family-friendly settings.

This year, three communities in Madison

County are holding National Night Out

events, all on Aug. 6.

West Jefferson

The arrival of not one, but two

medicopters is new to the jam-packed list of

activities planned for West Jefferson’s National

Night Out. The event is set for 5 to 8

p.m. at the Community Center, 230 Cemetery

Rd.

The Survival Flight and Air Evac helicopters

will join a whole host of other emergency

and law enforcement equipment and

crews on the community center lawn.

Among the many highlights are a vehicle

extraction demonstration by the Jefferson

Township Fire Department and canine

units from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Games and giveaways, including bracelets,

coloring books and backpacks, are planned.

An auxiliary officer with the West Jefferson

Police Department will serve as deejay.

“People will get to meet West Jefferson’s

new police chief (Chris Floyd),” Darlington

said.

The event also will feature eight bounce

houses, balloon twisting, face painting,

karate demonstrations, and free hot dogs,

popcorn and ice cream.

“Last year, we had about 420 people attend.

It’s a great way for people to see their

first responders face-to-face and learn a little

bit about what they do,” Darlington said.

“It’s also a chance for people to see each

other out in the community. There will be a

lot of things to see in a short amount of time

right in their backyard.”

Lake Choctaw

Last year was the first time a National

Night Out event took place at Lake

Choctaw. Organizers were pleasantly surprised

at the turnout.

“It went great! We only expected to have

50 people show up. We probably had 200,”

said Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Jacob

Rosales. “This year, we expect 400 to 500.”

Several new activities are planned for

this year’s event, scheduled for 5:30 to 9:30

p.m. at the beach, 2875 Oneida Dr., London.

Premier Health’s helicopter will land at

5:30, the dive team from the Franklin

County Sheriff’s Office will perform a water

rescue demonstration, and the London Fire

Department will demonstrate a vehicle extraction.

Law enforcement animals are part of the

line-up, too. Canine officers from the Columbus

and Mechanicsburg police departments

and a Delaware County Sheriff’s Office

horse will be on site.

Once again, the band, Counterpart, will

perform, and attendees are invited to go

swimming. A bounce house, inflatable skeeball,

stickers and coloring books will be

available to children.

Organizers also are prepared to feed the

See NIGHT OUT page 2

Local leaders headed to Japan to talk economics

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Madison County officials soon will wing

their way to the land of sushi, samurai and

sumo on a Sept. 4-12 trip to Tokyo. The trip

will include a three-day conference focusing

on the growth and progress of economic relations

between the American Midwest and

Japan.

London Mayor Pat Closser, West Jefferson

Mayor Ray Martin, Madison County

Chamber of Commerce representatives

Steve Lelonek and David Kell, and Madison

County Administrator Rob Slane are more

than 60 central Ohio and state representatives

who are making the journey. In addition

to the conference, they will visit the

headquarters of local companies based in

Japan.

“We will be looking to do some business

development meetings with potential companies

who may be looking to expand or

move into central Ohio,” said Closser, who

went on a similar trip in 2016 in conjunction

with Columbus 2020, the Madison County

Chamber and Madison County Future Inc.

While in Japan, Closser said he will meet

with representatives of a local business

See JAPAN page 2

David Kell (left), executive director

of the Madison County

Chamber of Commerce and

Madison County Future Inc.,

and London Mayor Patrick

Closser stand outside the Stanley

Electric Co. Ltd. headquarters

in Japan. The visit was part

of a trip they and dozens of

other central Ohio government

and business leaders made to

Japan in 2016. They and several

other Madison County representatives

will return to

Japan in September.


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Mental illness support group meets

The National Alliance on Mental Illness

Clark, Greene and Madison Counties offers

a Connection Recovery Support Group in

Plain City. This peer-led, free and confidential

group is for people living with a mental

illness. Meetings are held from 10:30 a.m. to

noon on the second and fourth Wednesdays

of the month at the former Plain City elementary

school, 340 W. Main St., Plain City.

(The site now houses Vineyard Church and

Daily Needs Assistance.) For details, email

info@namicgm.org or call (937) 322-5600.

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Pablo from Spain, 17 yrs.

Loves soccer and would like

to learn to play baseball.

Pablo is a boy scout and

enjoys the outdoors.

Make this year the most exciting,

enriching year ever for you and

your family. Welcome a high

school student, 15-18 years

old, from Italy, France, Norway,

Denmark, Spain, Germany,

Brazil, Thailand or China as part

of your family for a school

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overseas friend for life.

For more information or to

select your own exchange student

please call:

Amanda at (330) 360-6144 or

Julie from Denmark, 16 yrs.

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fun loving and easy to get

along with.

Marcy at 1-800-888-9040 (Toll Free) or e-mail us at info@world-heritage.org

For privacy reasons, photos above are not photos of actual students

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World Heritage is a public benefit, non-profit

organization based in Laguna Beach, CA.

Women’s Lib tourney winners

Winners of London Country Club’s Women’s Lib Tournament, held July 14, were: (from

left) Jacky Moore, Josh Turvey, Tyler Crossley, Dick Snyder and Ginny Edwards, captain.

NIGHT OUT

Continued from page 1

based in London and hopes to set up business

development meetings with other companies

while he is there.

“The trip is very important to maintain

the strong relationships we have with our

local businesses while continuing to grow

them,” Closser said. “It is also a great way

to do business development and show a

global market what London and Madison

County has to offer a company if they look

to invest in our community.

“The education and contacts that will be

made at the conference are immeasurable.

London and Madison County are growing,

and we need to be on the forefront of development.

We need to bring in strong businesses

that will bring great jobs with it, as

well as strengthening the relationships we

already have with our local businesses.”

This is Martin’s first trip to Japan. He

said he is looking forward to the conference

and meeting with Japanese parent companies

operating sites in West Jefferson.

“I’m hoping to attract more business,

hungry crowd. Free hot dogs, pizza, chips,

macaroni and cheese, baked beans and ice

cream are on the menu.

The only part of the festivities that comes

with a price is the raffle of a cornhole set

customized to commemorate Lake

Choctaw’s 50th anniversary. Tickets can be

purchased on site.

London

It’s all about the motorized equipment at

London’s National Night Out, slated for 6 to

8 p.m. at Cowling Park on North Main

Street.

The London fire and street departments,

Ohio State Highway Patrol, and Madison

County Sheriff’s Office are among the agencies

that will have vehicles on display. Chil-

JAPAN

Continued from page 1

dren and adults alike are invited to check

out the fire engines, medics, loaders, police

cruisers and other equipment in the toucha-truck

area.

Madison Health and Madison County

Public Health, along with other service organizations,

will man information booths.

Ygor, the police department’s canine officer,

will make an appearance. Children’s games

are planned, and free hot dogs and ice cream

will be served.

“National Night Out lets people meet us

on their own terms,” said London Police

Chief Glenn Nicol. “We usually meet people

in less than ideal situations. This is a

chance to meet in a casual setting where

people can ask talk to us and ask about

things they’re curious about.”

along with strengthening the ones already

here,” Martin said.

The trip is Kell’s second trip to Japan,

who last attended the Midwest U.S.- Japan

Association Annual conference in 2016 with

local, regional and state leaders.

While the county contingent will be visiting

companies in Tokyo during the 51st

conference, other groups and individuals

will travel to different areas of the country

based on their own focuses.

Madison County and our communities

are growing with population, investment

and new jobs,” said Kell, executive director

of the chamber and Madison County Future

Inc. “It is important for our local leaders to

build on the momentum we have by participating

in activities that will give us opportunities

to attract additional investment

and job growth into our communities.

“The conference and meetings will give

us a chance to show a global market what

Madison County and its communities have

to offer a company if they choose to invest in

our community and the Columbus region.”


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Dwyer Insurance Agency

63 N. Main Street

London, OH 43140

(740)852-0654

Sudsy fundraiser for 4-H

The Mud Run Hustlers 4-H Club held a car wash in downtown Mount Sterling. “We had a great time and

raised enough money to cover the cost of our project books, fair passes and community service projects,”

said Jodie Marks, club advisor. “This was a very positive experience for our members and showed us what

a nice community we live in.”

Traffic advisory

At 9 p.m. July 28, the ramp from U.S.

Rte. 42 to I-70 east closed for 30 days for the

ramp to be reconstructed. For the detour,

take U.S. Rte. 42 to State Rte. 29 to I-70

east. All lanes and ramps will re-open at 5

a.m. Aug. 27. All work is weather dependent;

it may be postponed or cancelled without

prior notice.

e pioneer way

The 5th Annual Pioneer Camp took place June 13-15 at the

Madison County Historical Society Museum in London. Fiftysix

campers explored the history of Madson County and

learned about the Civil War. With the help of the Ohio Village

Muffins, they also explored the history of baseball in Ohio.

They mined for gems, made butter, and met the famous Polly

Alder in her family’s cabin. The camp has grown immensely

over the years, and all involved are looking forward to the

2020 event next June.

PREGNANCY & FAMILY

CHIROPRACTIC CARE

Dwyer Chiropractic

Dr. Heather Dwyer & Dr. Penny Shepherd

139 S. Main St., London, OH ~ 740-852-1965

“Very friendly and professional group of doctors and staff. Thanks to Dr. Heather & Dr. Penny I can

now walk and stand without burning and pain down my leg and into my feet. Also was able to cancel

my sons tonsil surgery thanks to the care they have given him. He has never been healthier since

beginning routine care with them. Love, love, love them!” C.M.


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Local United Way distributes funds to 70 programs

United Way of Clark, Champaign &

Madison Counties will allocate more than

$750,000 to non-profit organizations that

have a presence in at least one of the three

counties.

In the 2019-20 fiscal year that began

July 1, United Way will help 59 agencies by

funding 70 programs. Funded programs are

determined by local community members

who volunteer for impact committees in the

three counties. The volunteers read each

grant applications and decide which programs

best serve the area and how to distribute

the funding.

“We are thrilled to be able to support so

many programs and agencies that are making

such a positive impact in our community,”

said Kerry Lee Pedraza, executive director.

This year, a total of $1,029,498 will be allocated.

In addition to funding 70 programs,

United Way also funds 2-1-1 and Dolly Parton’s

Imagination Library in the three counties.

2-1-1 is a free, non-emergent

community helpline that is available 24/7 to

inform and assist individuals in need of

local resources. Dolly Parton’s Imagination

Library is a free book program that mails an

age-appropriate book each month to children

in Clark, Champaign and Madison

counties from birth to the child’s fifth birthday.

Local programs and organizations requested

more than $1.3 million in funding,

leaving a need of $348,000 that was unable

to be funded. United Way’s 2020 fundraising

campaign kicks off in September.

All funds raised in a county by United

Way stay in that county, and nonprofit organizations

that have a presence in that

county are able to apply for funding.

Funded programs in Madison county are:

• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Springfield,

Inc.- Youth Mentoring;

• Bridges Community Action Partnership

- Volunteering Income Tax Assistance

(VITA);

• Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland - Girl

Scout Leadership Experience;

• HELP House Community Outreach -

Food Pantry;

• LifeCare Alliance - Madison County

Meals-on-Wheels;

Madison County Public Health - Immunization

Program;

Madison Health - Speech Therapy;

• Mental Health Services for Clark and

Madison Co.; -

• Crisis Stabilization Transportation;

Quality of Life in Recovery;

• Ohio’s Hospice Loving Care - Non-Reimbursed

Care;

• Project Woman of Ohio - Recovery and

Empowerment Services; and

• Rocking Horse Community Health Center

- Behavioral Health.

Visit https://www.uwccmc.org/ for more

information.

FREE ELECTRONIC WASTE RECYCLING DAY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 2019 – 9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM

(RAIN OR SHINE)

HELD AT THE MADISON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

205 ELM STREET, LONDON

NO EARLY DROP OFFS!

NO TELEVISIONS

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: CALL NCO SOLID WASTE DISTRICT

800-553-6763 EXT. 20

OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT: www.ncowaste.org

ELECTRONIC ITEMS ACCEPTED FROM HOUSEHOLDS, BUSINESSES,

INDUSTRIES, SCHOOLS AND GOVERNMENT

If a Business, Industry, School or Government Office has a large quantity of

E-Waste,

Contact Accurate IT to schedule a pick up date/time. Phone 1-888-811-2487.

Computers, Any and All types of Cable and Wire, Cameras, Servers, VCRs,

Monitors, DVD Players,

All Types of Cell Phones, Keyboards and Mice, CD and DVD Media, Battery

Backup Systems,

Scanners, Printers, Fax Machines, Copiers, All Stereo Equipment, Video Games,

Video Game Systems,

All Phone Equipment, Speakers, Floppy Disks, Microwaves, Sweepers and other

Household Electronics.

ABSOLUTELY NO TELEVISIONS, TRASH, TIRES,

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE, LIGHT BULBS

OR ALKALINE BATTERIES

WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THIS EVENT!

THIS PROGRAM IS SPONSORED BY THE NORTH CENTRAL OHIO SOLID

WASTE DISTRICT AND

ACCURATE IT AND A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MADISON COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS AND MADISON COUNTY FAIR BOARD

ACCURATE IT guarantees that all of your electronic equipment will be recycled in

the most environmentally responsible fashion, following all local, state and federal

EPA regulations in addition to the R2 standard.

Coleman among new

United Way leaders

United Way of

Clark, Champaign &

Madison Counties

(CCMC) has announced

new campaign

chairs and one

new board member as

the non-profit organization

prepares to kick

off its 2020 fundraising

campaign.

Jessica Pettit, director of volunteer/auxiliary

services at Mercy Health, has joined

the board of directors.

“We are confident that Jessica’s experience

at Mercy Health will further build

United Way’s understanding of the local

health care community,” said Kerry Lee Pedraza,

executive director of United Way of

CCMC.

Stepping down is Marianne Potina, who

joined the board in 2013. Potina, vice president

of mission integration at Community

Mercy Health Partners, has served as an

Impact Committee member.

The 2020 campaign also will see new

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campaign chairs. In

Clark County, the new

co-chairs are Greg

Rogers of Link-Hellmuth

Insurance and

Kathryn Rogers of

Wasson Enterprise. In

Madison County, Jennifer

Coleman of the

Madison County Family

and Children First Council takes the

reins.

In Champaign County, Ellen Pond from

Peoples Savings Bank returns in her role as

chair.

“United Way's campaign chairs play a

vital role in the success of our fundraising

efforts,” Pedraza said. “We sincerely thank

each community member who takes on this

important leadership position.”

The 2020 campaign kicks off in September

with a golf scramble at Windy Knoll Golf

Club on Sept. 6 and the annual Community

Challenge at Snyder Park on Sept. 7, both

in Springfield. More details, go to

https://uwcommunitychallenge.org/.

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Spirit Awards go to Meals-on-Wheels volunteers

Recognition goes to

individuals and groups

LifeCare Alliance, provider of Meals-on-

Wheels, recently held a Spirit Awards ceremony

to recognize outstanding volunteers

for their service and dedication to homebound

older adults an individuals with medical

challenges and disabilities.

Honorees included:

• Spirit Award—Glenn and Grace Feyh

and Alvin Rings. This award goes to volunteers

who have given countless hours as

Meals-on-Wheels volunteers in Madison

County. Recipients not only believe in what

they are doing but also have recruited others

to be part of the team. The Feyhs and

Rings have been delivering meals for nine

years and have accumulated 2,074 hours of

volunteer service. They have delivered faithfully

as scheduled and are always willing to

substitute as needed.

• Helpful Service Spirit Award—Ronald

and Maureen Humphries. This award goes to

volunteers who help with little extra things,

in addition to their regularly scheduled

Meals-on-Wheels routes. The Humphries

began volunteering in Madison County in

January 2017. They have demonstrated a

strong commitment to the mission of LifeCare

Alliance, as well as to the clients they serve.

• Outstanding Volunteer Spirit Award—

Mount Sterling Route 507 Volunteers. This

award is given for longstanding volunteer

service. Peter Rasmussen, Patricia Arbogast,

Wilson Lehman, Chris and Nicki

Baker, Julia Ours, Carolyn Forrest and

Stephen Craig have been volunteering to deliver

meals for a combined total of 80 years

and accumulated 522 hours in 2018.

• Donald H. Dhume Spirit Award—Sam

Chheang. This award goes to an individual

who has accumulated the most hours delivering

meals to their homebound neighbors.

The award honors the memory of Donald

Dhume who won it six years in a row. Sam

Chheang began volunteering in December

2014. His smile makes each day brighter for

everyone. He doesn’t hesitate when asked to

deliver meals. He recorded 290 hours in

2018.

• Community Service Spirit Award—Sunnyside

Veterinary Clinic. This award goes to

a club, organization or church. Sunnyside

Veterinary Clinic got involved with Mealson-Wheels

in December 2015 after connecting

with the program coordinator, Leah

Baird, on making holiday deliveries of pet

food to clients. Since then, the clinic has volunteered

each holiday season to donate and

deliver pet food to more than 30 clients and

almost 70 pets. The staff members have

helped to nourish the spirit of underserved

pet owners who are socially isolated and

rely on their pets for companionship.

• Corporate Spirit Award —A 2 Z Field

Services. This award goes to a company for

its commitment to a meal route adoption. A

2 Z Field Services and their employees became

involved with Meals-on-Wheels in

2016. They deliver a country route in the

northern section of the Madison County.

Without fail, employees show up and deliver

hot, nutritious meals to the clients. They

share the message of care and concern for

the clients on their route that need a little

help to remain independent in their own

homes.

For information about volunteer opportunities,

call (614) 444-MEAL (6325) or visit

www.lifecarealliance.org.

Scouts aid with flag disposal

Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of West Jefferson helped West Jefferson American Legion

Post 201 with the disposal of unserviceable flags.


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Deadline for next South Charleston pages

The next set of South Charleston news pages will be published on

Sept. 1. The deadline to submit news items is noon on Aug. 27.

South Charleston

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FFA at Clark County Fair

Members of Southeastern Local Schools’ FFA chapter competed at this year’s Clark County Fair,

which took place July 19-26 at the fairgrounds in Springfield. Here are a few scenes from the week.

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pig scramble.

Olivia Workman shows her market hog in county-farrowed

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Luke Augustus shows one of his market steers in the

Clark County Beef Producers Classic. He earned two

second-place class prizes.

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Ethan Heskett and Julia Collier volunteer in the Clark

County Pork Producers' pork chop booth.

Alyssa Lambert was named showman of showmen

for sheep, which earned her a spot in the showman

of showmen contest where she competed against top

exhibitors from the other species categories. She finished

as fourth runner-up.


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South Charleston

Legion set to serve up pork chops at car show

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Cruizin’ the Park, hosted by South

Charleston American Legion Post 176, is a

no-fuss, all-fun car show set to take place

from 4 to 8 p.m. Aug. 17 at South

Charleston Community Park.

There’s no registration fee for cars and

no admission fee for people, and the food is

tasty and reasonably priced. Porkchop

meals that include baked beans and a choice

of potato salad or macaroni salad are just $7

each. Hotdogs and hamburgers also will be

sold.

“It’s just about as laid back as it gets,”

said Howard Myers, a Legion member and

past commander active with the post for 47

years.

This marks the event’s 26th year. All

makes, models and vintages of cars are welcome.

Myers said some folks roll in hours

ahead of the official start time to claim

parking spots in the shade.

“We had 86 cars,” he said of last year’s

turnout.

Dick “Hotdog” Ryman is back again as

deejay. He has been spinning tunes each

year since the car show’s inception in 1994.

He plays music from every era, much of it

oldies, with a country song or two thrown in

for good measure.

All proceeds go to scholarships for graduating

Southeastern High School students.

Each year, the Legion gives out $4,000 to

$5,000 in scholarships.

The car show is one of the Legion’s main

From back-to-school to beekeeping

Houston Library, 5 W. Jamestown St.,

South Charleston, is hosting the following

activities. For additional information, call

(937) 462-8047.

• Back to School Fun. The weeks of Aug.

5, Aug. 12 and Aug. 19, children and teens

are invited to find school-related pictures in

the children’s and teen areas and bring one

from each packet to the circulation desk.

Participants receive a background sheet on

which they glue the pictures. Participants

receive a small prize. There is a limit of one

prize per participant per week.

• Movie. At 2:30 p.m. Aug. 7, watch a

PG-rated movie in which a young elephant

with oversized ears and the powers of flight

becomes a circus superstar. Popcorn provided.

• Happiness Happens. At 1 p.m. Aug. 8,

families with children of all ages are invited

to enjoy stories and activities that spread

cheer and happiness.

• LEGO Club. This club for school-aged

children meets at 3:30 p.m. the second Monday

of each month. Participants build masterpieces

out of LEGOs that stay on display

until the following month. The library provides

LEGOs. Upcoming dates are Aug. 12,

Sept. 9 and Nov. 11. The library will be

closed on Oct. 14 for a staff in-service day.

• Beekeeping. To honor National Honey

Bee Day, join Fran and Tom Davidson on

Aug. 17 to learn about beekeeping. For the

program time and details, call the library.

Gearing up for Heritage

Days in late September

Mark your calendars now for the 2019

South Charleston Heritage Days Festival,

set for Sept. 28-29. Activities take place in

and around the DT&I train depot and historic

log cabin near 147 W. Mound St.

The planning committee has been hard

at work pulling together food, entertainment

and more. The line-up is diverse, from

the Clark County Dog Shelter bringing

adoptable dogs and offering a microchipping

clinic to musicians and vocalists Wyatt Mc-

Cubbin and Ty Cooper performing.

The committee is seeking vendors of

crafts, antiques, primitives, homemade jewelry,

home decor, and baked and homemade

goods. Booth spaces are $30 for the two

days. Email scheritagedays@gmail.com.

The committee also needs volunteers to

help with set-up on Friday night, tear-down

on Sunday late afternoon, and children’s

games on Saturday and Sunday afternoon.

To learn more or to get involved, look for

“South Charleston Heritage Days Festival”

on Facebook.

Retire/rehire hearing scheduled

The Southeastern Local school board will

hold a hearing at 5 p.m. Aug. 20, prior to the

start of the regular monthly meeting, regarding

reemployment of retired employees.

Teachers seeking reemployment are Sharon

Allen, Jennifer Anstine, Tracy Horton, Bonnie

Lockwood, Jon Mercer and Barbara Ridenour.

Substitute drivers seeking reemployment

are Roberta Miller and Nancy

Spitzer. The meeting will take place in the

central office, located next to Miami View

School, 226 Clifton Rd., South Charleston.

• Movie. At 10:30 a.m. Aug. 27, watch an

animated film featuring Kevin Hart, Tiffany

Haddish, Jenny Slate, Patton Oswalt and

Harrison Ford. This movie uses a silly story

about adorable animals to help young audiences

connect with their feelings regarding

new life experiences. This furry and fun sequel

is sure to entertain audiences of all

ages. Popcorn provided.


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OWNER & SALON TEAM LEADER. FOR THE FINEST IN COLOR WITHOUT QUESTION. QUALITY

HAIR EXTENSIONS WORK, SHE’S YOUR GIRL. BUT TO US, WE LOVE HER & HAVE THE

PRIVILEGE OF CALLING HER BOSS.

Dee Myers

IS A PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO

MASTER HAIR ARTIST, LEE. WE

COULD NOT DO WITHOUT HER. IF

YOU WANT LEE, CALL DEE.

Karmen Ogden

ALL AROUND GREAT

STYLIST. EVERYTHING SHE

DOES IS OUTSTANDING. ITS

ALL ABOUT YOU. SO, HEY,

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HER WORK. OUR SALON

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MENTION, IMPECCABLE COLOR.

Jennifer McKee

AFTER MANY YEARS AS A

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CHAIR TO BE OUR BUSINESS

MANAGER & KENDRA PRODUCT

SPECIALIST.

fundraisers. The organization also sells food

during the South Charleston Heritage Days

Festival in September and holds a cookout

during harvest season. Proceeds from these

efforts go to scholarships, as well as other

projects, including the veterans memorial

currently under construction in South

Charleston.

RETIREMENT

SALE

50% OFF

Everything in Stock!

LAMP SHADES 5,000 in Stock!

JOHNSONS LAMPSHOP

LAMPS • FIXTURES • SHADES

8518 East National Road (US 40)

8 Miles East of Springfield

(937) 568-4551

(Please bring your lamp BASE for proper fitting of Shades)

Wednesday-Friday 10-5 • Saturday 10-4

www.johnsonslampshop.com

Lee, Senior Master Hair Stylist

Amber Davis

THE FINEST IN ALL NAIL CARE.

NOW DIP IS HERE. BE CLASSED, BE

JEWELED, MOST OF ALL, BE

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“EXPENSIVE SCISSORS NEVER GET RUSTY” - LEE

The Village Hair Designs & Spa

South Charleston, OH - (937) 462-2006


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Have a story idea? Call the

Messenger at (740) 852-0809. Emergency food and shelter funds

Yauger Monument Co.

Madison County’s

Oldest Monument

Company

Highest Quality Custom

Computer-Generated

Designs For Superior Detail.

104 th Year Anniversary

Stop by our large indoor display

with your best quote and

see our many specials.

Let Yaugers show you why we have

been here for 104 years.

We will not be undersold.

126 S. Main, London

740-852-1553 800-829-5399

Trinity UMC of Lilly Chapel

36 th Annual

Homecoming

132 years - Loving God, Loving Each Other

S[tur^[y, @ugust 17, 2019

Schedule of Events

11:00 am..................Trinity Homecoming Parade

Grand Marshal, Pastor Tim Rash, Jr.

12:00 noon..............Opening Ceremony, 2019

Season debut of the Madison Plains

High School Marching Band

1:00 pm.................Kiddie Pedal Pull - Kids 85 lb. & Under

Central Ohio Young Farmers - Sponsored by

Tri-Green Interstate Equipment)

2:00 pm.................Chapel Delights Gospel Sing

3:00 pm.............First Ever Lilly Chapel Idol - Open to All

(Contact Church Office to submit your CD for acompaniment)

4:00 pm................Music by Chaz & Nicki

“Music from the Heart & Soul”

5:00 pm.......................................Silent Auction Closes

6:00 pm..........................................Trinity Live Auction

GOOD FOOD SERVED ALL DAY!

Crafts ♦ Goodies Tent ♦ Bounce Houses ♦ Bake Sale

CRAFTERS & PARADE PARTICIPANTS WELCOME!

For info call: Trinity UMC (614) 879-8007

or Connie Ballah (614) 329-8199

Sandy Conner (614) 774-3547

Spend the day in Lilly Chapel

for Country & Family Fun!

Posters Compliments of Wilson Printing & Graphics, Inc. - London, Ohio

A $65,921 federal grant from the Emergency

Food and Shelter National Board Program

will be distributed to organizations

that provide emergency shelter and food.

The Madison County Emergency Food and

Shelter Board will determine how the funds

are awarded.

The board will meet at 10 a.m. Aug. 14

at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce,

730 Keny Blvd., London. The grants

may be awarded to government or private

FORTALEZA

Sieglinde Maria Teresa (Loesch) Fortaleza, (Linda Teresa), 88,

of London died on July 23, 2019, in Madison Health. She was born

on Oct. 11, 1930, in Lesckau, Czechoslovakia, to Joseph and Elizabeth

Loesch. She is survived by: her daughter, Mary (Bryan) Fowler

of London; son, David Joseph (Stephanie

Brinson) Loesch of Seattle, Wash.; grandchildren,

Felicia Minor, James Minor, Vincent

Fowler, Madison Brinson, Lars

Brinson; great-grandchild, Taylor Weddington;

and two nieces. She is preceded in

death by her parents and her son, Daniel

Gunther Loesch. Following Linda’s wishes,

visitation and services were not observed.

The family entrusted Rader-Lynch & Dodds

Funeral Home & Cremation Service with

the arrangements.

MONTGOMERY

Sherry L. Montgomery, 61, of Washington

Court House, died on July 24, 2019, in

Mount Carmel Hospital, Grove City. Born

on Oct. 23, 1957, in Springfield, Ill., she was

a daughter of Paula (Holler) and James

Kendall. Sherry had been a waitress and

manager of several area restaurants. Survivors

include: her sons, Carl (Renee) Wood,

Josh (Lynda) Wood, Zach (Shannon)

Hawkins and Charlie (Patricia) Hawkins;

grandchildren, Christina “Kate” Wood,

Rachiel Kowalsky, Sabrina Kowalsky, Dalton

Wood, Clayton Carner, Blake Hawkins,

Bryce Hawkins and Steven (Kelly) Conklin;

six great-grandchildren; mother, Paula

Lynn; siblings, Scott (Sherry) Kendall, Lisa

Townsend (Rick), Aaron (Tabitha) Lynn and

Heather Lynn; several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by: her husband,

Tom “Monty” Montgomery; dad, Rollan “RJ”

Lynn; brother, Guy Kendall; infant brother,

James Kendall; great-grandson, Mason

Pace; and nephew, Cory Townsend. Funeral

services were held July 29 at Eberle-Fisher

Funeral Home and Crematory, London.

groups that meet the following criteria including,

but not limited to: non-profit status,

have an accounting system and

checking account, provide a DUNS number,

provide services and use other resources in

the community, conduct an annual audit, do

not discriminate, show the ability to deliver

emergency food or shelter, and have a volunteer

board (for private groups).

Applications may be obtained by contacting

the United Way at (937) 324-5551 and

obituaries

are due by 5 p.m. Aug. 12. Applications can

be delivered to the office located at 120 S.

Center Street, Springfield, or via email at

eneely@uwccmc.org.

For details, call United Way at (937) 324-

5551.

Emergency Food and Shelter Funds are

federal funds made available through the

U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s

Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Alice Brewer Rawls led the service. Memorial contributions may be

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

BECKER

Robert “Bobby” Becker, 63, of London died on July 26, 2019, in

his residence. Born on March 31, 1956, in Columbus, he was the

son of Robert and Marvene (Weese) Becker. Bobby retired from

Kroger in London and was currently working at T&A Transport and

56 Auto. Survivors include: his daughter, Janel Becker (Bryan

White and his daughter Torrey); mother, Marvene Becker; sisters,

Sandy (Jim) Smith and Nancy Lauren; nieces, Jessie (Chris) Edwards,

Meagan (Jon) Marko and Courtney Gardiner; several great

nieces and cousins, including special cousin Cindy Collins; and

Bobby’s fur babies, Angel, Cooter and Pia. He was preceded in death

by his wife, Elaine Becker, and his father, Robert “Bob” Becker. Funeral

services were held Aug. 1 at Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and

Crematory, London, with Brad Seaburn officiating. Interment followed

in Paint Memorial Cemetery, London. Memorial contributions

may be sent to: Humane Society of Madison County, P.O. Box

777, London, OH 43140.

RICE

William Crate Rice Sr., 88, died peacefully at Sterling Place

Group Home in Mount Sterling, Ohio, on July 27, 2019. William

was preceded in death by: his parents, Walter and Susie Meade

Rice; his wife of 62 years, Audrey Joy Persinger Rice; and his son,

William “Puff” Rice Jr. He is survived by: his children, Susan E.

Rice and her special friend, Gordon Jones, of Williamsport, Anthony

L. and Donna Rice of Mount Sterling, and Walter E. and Heather

Rice of Chillicothe; and six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

William was born on Jan. 2, 1931, in Collista, Ky. He

graduated from Monroe High School, Class of 1950, in Five Points,

Ohio. William served in the United States Army, 3rd Infantry Division,

earning his Combat Infantry Badge on the front lines during

the Korean Conflict 1951-52. After his service, William began working

for Westinghouse Corp. in Columbus until his retirement as a

supervisor. Upon his retirement, William and Audrey moved to

Saint Petersburg, Fla., for several years, enjoying the retired life,

fishing Florida waters, going to flea markets and playing bingo.

Upon the death of their eldest son, they moved back to Circleville.

William did not have an interest in social organizations, however

he was an Honorary Kentucky Colonel. Per William’s wishes, services

and visitation were not observed. He chose cremation and a private

family memorial and celebration of his life. Porter-Tidd

Funeral Home & Crematory, Mount Sterling, assisted the family.


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First day of school

The start of the 2019-20 school year is just around

the corner. The following are the first days of school for

students at schools in Madison County:

• St. Patrick School: Aug. 14;

• London—Aug. 14;

Madison-Plains—Aug. 19;

• Tolles Career & Technical Center—Aug. 19 for

Level 1 students; Aug. 20 for Level 2 students;

• Shekinah Christian School—Aug. 19;

• Jonathan Alder—Aug. 21; and

• West Jefferson—Aug. 21.

Collecting supplies

HELP House is collecting backpacks and school supplies

to distribute to students before school starts this

fall. The non-profit organization is seeking donations of

pencils, loose-leaf paper, erasers, spiral notebooks, 3-

ring binders, rulers, glue sticks, Kleenex and backpacks.

Items can be dropped off at HELP House, 122 E. Center

St., London, from noon to 7 p.m. Mondays and from

9 to 11 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Volunteers are needed to help organize supplies

starting at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 7. The giveaway is set for 9-

11 a.m. Aug. 10. Volunteers are needed that day, too,

starting at 8:30 a.m. Anyone who wishes to volunteer is

asked to send email to chandralkelly@outlook.com or

call (614) 202-1741.

Backpack giveaway

West Jefferson United Methodist Church and the village

of West Jefferson are providing free backpacks with

school supplies to school-aged children in West Jefferson.

Pickup times and locations are as follows:

• Aug. 10—West Jefferson United Methodist Church,

36 S. Center St., during food pantry hours, 10-11 a.m.;

• Aug. 14—West Jefferson United Methodist Church,

36 S. Center St., during food pantry hours, 10-11 a.m.;

• Aug. 15—West Jefferson Community Center, 230

Cemetery Rd., during the final Lunch & Learn, 11:30

a.m.-1 p.m.

The limit is one backpack per child (total, not per location).

The church and village are trying to best utilize

their funding for this project and ask that families respect

the one-backpack limit. The child must be present

at the time of pick-up.

Contact Marci Darlington at (614) 379-5273.

Teen vaccine clinic

Back-to-school season is here. It’s a time for parents

to gather school supplies and backpacks but also the

perfect time to make sure children are up-to-date on

their vaccines.

Madison County Public Health is hosting a Teen

Back to School Shot Clinic from 2 to 6 p.m. Aug. 7.

Teens entering seventh grade and 12th grade are required

by Ohio law to have the following vaccinations

before the first day of school:

• Seventh-graders must have one Tdap (tetanus,

diphtheria, and acelluar pertussis) booster and one

Meningococcal ACWY.

• Twelfth-graders must have documentation of vaccinations

from seventh grade and a booster dose of

Meningococcal ACWY.

Schools require children to be current on vaccinations

before enrolling to protect the health of all students.

Ohio law requires immunization documentation

on each child for every school year. When children are

not vaccinated, they are at increased risk of disease and

can spread diseases to others in their classrooms and

community, including babies who are too young to be

fully vaccinated and people with weakened immune sys-

Grant Johnson (left) and Seaira Oyer receive this year’s Madison

Health Auxiliary scholarships from Marcus Freed, Auxiliary president,

and Jamie Adams, Madison Health volunteer coordinator.

Hospital Auxiliary

awards scholarships

The Madison Health Auxiliary recently awarded scholarships

to two area students. The Auxiliary provided the scholarships to

each student to help ensure that well-trained healthcare professionals

are prepared to serve the community.

The recipients were Grant Johnson and Seaira Oyer. Johnson

is a senior at Mount Carmel College of Nursing and enrolled in

the bachelor of science in nursing program. He plans to become

an intensive care unit or emergency department nurse. Oyer is a

senior at The Ohio State University, majoring in chemistry and

minoring in Spanish, and plans to become an oncologist.

For more information about the Madison Health Auxiliary

and efforts to raise funds for future scholarship recipients, call

the Madison Health Foundation at (740) 845-7050.

tems due to cancer and other health conditions.

Children who are 4 to 6 years old are due for boosters of four vaccines:

DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis, also called whooping

cough), chickenpox, MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella), and polio.

Ohio law also requires all kindergartners to have completed an

immunization series of DTaP, Polio, Hepatitis B, MMR and Varicella

by the first day of school. In addition, yearly flu vaccines are

recommended for all children 6 months old and older.

Call Madison County Public Health at (740) 852-3065 to make

an appointment for vaccinations.

Republican Women’s Club scholarships

The Madison County Republican Women’s Club held its annual scholarship banquet at the Red Brick Tavern

in London. The club awarded $1,000 each to two graduating high school seniors for their winning essays

and questionnaires. The recipients, Marissa Osterloh of London High School and Nathaniel Dersom of West

Jefferson High School, read their essays at the banquet. Club members congratulate the winners: (from

left) Sue Hackett, Sondra Hays, Nathaniel Dersom, Marissa Osterloh, Shauna Good and Beth Doherty.

UMC Childcare &

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Home Buyers Guide

117 W. High St.

Suite 105

London, OH

740-852-3000

MIDLAND TITLE WEST LLC

Kevin R. Flax kevin@midlandtitlewest.com

Real Estate Closings, Refinance Closings,

Title Examinations and Title Insurance

Aaron P. Miller, Attorney At Law

Wills, Trusts, Estates, All Probate Actions, Small Business,

Corporations, LLC, Real Estate Contracts & Related Legal Services

MADISON COUNTY’S PREFERRED CLOSER

8652 Hollyhock Lane

Orient

$34,900

This 3 BR, 2 BA home would make a perfect

Fox Lair Farms Mobile Home Park starter home. Ideal layout w/ master BR on

one side and the other 2 BRs located on the

other end of the home. Spacious living room

& kitchen area w/ shiplap flooring. Located

at the end of Hollyhock lane w/ a nice size

yard & no neighbors; great for privacy.

Storage shed remains.

THE OGLE TEAM

Donna Ogle

(614) 477-0952 KING THOMPSON

15299 State Route 56 W

Mt. Sterling

$364,900

Stunning Farm House on 6 acres. This 2000

sq ft home has been completely remodeled

Open concept is perfect for entertaining.

Kitchen offers granite countertops & ss

appl’s. Master suite has private bath w/ tiled

shower, soaking tub & large closet. Upstairs

offers 2 BRs & full bath . Some orig. wood

flooring & beams from old barn.

THE OGLE TEAM

Donna Ogle

(614) 477-0952 KING THOMPSON

259 Merriman Drive

West Jefferson

$

117,900

Move right into this cozy 2 BR ranch!

Nicely updated full BA w/ tile shower,

fresh paint & new carpet! Charming

kitchen w/ sliding glass doors that

lead to the privacy fenced back yard!

Large carport & extra large 1 car

garage that offers lot's of storage!

The Kristina Murphy Team

HER Realtors

Realtor & Partner Agent

(614) 374-1028

Kristina.Murphy@HERRealtors.com

www.KristinaMurphy.com

“Let MURPHY Get YOU Moving!”

193 Chesnut Estates Dr

Commercial Point

$

275,000

Move in ready 2 story home! 4 BRs, 3

BAs. Full bsmnt. Lots of upgrades!

Master suite has bath w/ shower,

double vanity & walk in closets! Upstairs

laundry. Dream kitchen w/ large pantry,

island w/ bar, eating space, & newer

appliances. Family rm w/ gas fireplace.

2 car garage. Close to playground!

The Kristina Murphy Team

HER Realtors

Realtor & Partner Agent

(614) 374-1028

Kristina.Murphy@HERRealtors.com

www.KristinaMurphy.com

“Let MURPHY Get YOU Moving!”

2382 Valencia Road

Galloway

$

229,900

Tucked away in a private cul-de-sac

is this brick and vinyl 3 BR, 2 full BA

ranch! Relax on the rear covered

porch & enjoy the views of the fenced

half acre lot. Large living room, formal

dining room w/wood floors & large

kitch. Cozy family room w/fireplace &

hearth. Partial basement w/ rec room!

The Kristina Murphy Team

HER Realtors

Realtor & Partner Agent

(614) 374-1028

Kristina.Murphy@HERRealtors.com

www.KristinaMurphy.com

“Let MURPHY Get YOU Moving!”

50 Putnam Avenue

West Jefferson

$

139,900

Charming 3 BR one story home. 2 car

carport, 1 car garage w/ workshop &

shed. Relax on the screened in porch

overlooking the large yard. Large LR, 3

BRs & full BA. Kitchen w/ pantry &

appliances! FR w/ wood stove. Bsmnt

w/ 1/2 BA & workshop. Updated roof,

siding, furnace, A/C & hot water tank!

The Kristina Murphy Team

HER Realtors

Realtor & Partner Agent

(614) 374-1028

Kristina.Murphy@HERRealtors.com

www.KristinaMurphy.com

“Let MURPHY Get YOU Moving!”

8556 Canyon Cove Rd

Galloway

$

154,900

Price Reduced!!! Backing to the

community park is where you will find

this Lake Darby Estates charmer!! 3

BR 1.5 BA. Updated kitchen! Family

rm w/ gas log fireplace & vaulted

ceilings. Front living rm w/bow

window. Attached 2 car garage.

The Kristina Murphy Team

HER Realtors

Realtor & Partner Agent

(614) 374-1028

Kristina.Murphy@HERRealtors.com

www.KristinaMurphy.com

“Let MURPHY Get YOU Moving!”

Lisa Jackman

Broker / Owner

Buckeye Realty

Group

(614) 619-9295

11 E. First Street, London, OH 43140

buckeyerealtygroup.com

Janie Cox

614-296-1938

221 Wesley Court

London Condo

$

199,000

This 2 BR, 2 BA condo has a beautiful

setting & great location. Two very nice size

BRs. Master w/ walk in closet. Large open great

room/cathedral ceiling and ceiling fans. Dining area off

kitchen...lots of cabinets & appliances will stay. Front

welcoming patio & large back patio....very private...to

relax & enjoy. Very large 2+ car garage w/ auto openers

& lots of storage space. Pull down stairs to attic area in

garage. Come see all this condo has to offer!

Each office is independently

owned and operated

DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE FURNACE QUITS, THE ROOF LEAKS, OR THE WATER HEATER DIES!

APPLY FOR A HOME EQUITY LOAN NOW WITH

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK

279 Lafayette St., London 740-852-4900 www.merchantsnat.com

Contact MNB

Loan Professional

CASSIE WILLIAMS

cwilliams@merchantsnat.com


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Home Buyers Guide

117 W. High St.

Suite 105

London, OH

740-852-3000

MIDLAND TITLE WEST LLC

Kevin R. Flax kevin@midlandtitlewest.com

Real Estate Closings, Refinance Closings,

Title Examinations and Title Insurance

Aaron P. Miller, Attorney At Law

Wills, Trusts, Estates, All Probate Actions, Small Business,

Corporations, LLC, Real Estate Contracts & Related Legal Services

MADISON COUNTY’S PREFERRED CLOSER

Angie Wilderman

614-620-1371

1055 Chickasaw Dr

London

$

465,000

Water-Front home close to SR56,

I70, & SR40. 3,755 Sq. Ft. w/ 4 BRs

& 3 1/2 BAs. Newer Paint & Flooring. Within no

wake zone: safer for children, boating, fishing,

swimming, etc. Kitchen w/in the Family Rm.

Sunken Living Rm w/fireplace. Large Rec Room

w/ built-in wet bar/stove/refrigerator & storage

area. 3 car garage w/ cabinets & wood stove.

Angie Wilderman

Realtor®

angiewilderman@remax.net

614.620.1371

Each Office is Independently

Owned And Operated

London, Choctaw, Madison County

Liz Finchum

Broker / Owner

614.949.1366

117 W. High St., Suite #101

London, OH 43140

LEADING

Edge

Platinum

Award AwClub

Timothy E. Beathard & Associates

“The Right Choice to List Your Home”

Tim Beathard has been listed in Real Producers Magazine for 2018 as

one of the top 1,000 Realtor Producers in the Columbus Market area.

In 2018 the Columbus Board of Realtors had 7,545 Realtor members.

That says a lot about a local one-man office!

I have –

Been selling real estate since 1979 - 40 years

Appraising real estate since 1986 - 33 years

Certified by the State of Ohio as a General Appraiser in 1986 -

27 years

Licensed Auctioneer since 1984 - 35 years

I specialize in Seller Representation. I do not believe that “Dual

Agency” (One agent trying to represent both sides of a transaction) is

good for Buyer or Seller. Most of my clients appreciate the fact that I

can advise and help them through the whole transaction process.

Timothy E. Beathard & Associates

London

614-993-3611

Office 740-490-7411

57 W. High St. London, OH 43140

Dena.King@HERRealtors.com

AUCTIONEERS - REALTORS R - APPRAISERS

63 North Main Street, London, Ohio 43140

(740) 852-1181

email: Tim.Beathard@sbcglobal.net

614-993-3611

DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE FURNACE QUITS, THE ROOF LEAKS, OR THE WATER HEATER DIES!

APPLY FOR A HOME EQUITY LOAN NOW WITH

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK

279 Lafayette St., London 740-852-4900 www.merchantsnat.com

Contact MNB

Loan Professional

CASSIE WILLIAMS

cwilliams@merchantsnat.com


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Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

Julie Stage

614-332-1453

Erin Converse

614-271-9204

Jen Stage

614-519-0344

Garrett Edwards

614-879-6468

Andrea Shapoval

614-560-3818

Susan Adkins

614-879-6468

Anders &

Associates

Real Living ...You Deserve It.

*** SOLD *** *** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

$290,000 - 11645 Alspach Road NW

Canal Winchester, OH 43110

Beautiful farm home. 4 BR, 3 full

BA, 1st floor laundry, full bsmt.

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

$130,000 - 4718 Arnold Avenue

Columbus, OH 43228

Lincoln Village All brick ranch home

features 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath,

widened driveway & attached

garage.

Julie Stage

614-332-1453

$192,000 - 1383 Hafton Woods

Drive. Columbus, OH 43204

3 bedroom, 2.5 BA, Kitchen and

bathrooms updated. Lots of space

for entertaining. New roof & deck

Andrea Shapoval

614-560-3818

$267,500 - 5999 E Livingston

Avenue. Columbus, OH 43232

Established far eastside

bar/lounge in a freestanding

location. Sale includes real estate,

FF&E, improvements and City of

Columbus D5/D6 liquor license.

Garrett Edwards

614-879-6468

$231,472 - 10774 Ashton Court

Galloway, OH 43119

View of the Darby! Hardwood floors,

open floor plan with lots of windows

to enjoy the fantastic scenery.

Vaulted Great Room

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

$141,500 - 6622 Cedar Court W

Galloway, OH 43119

Beautifully restored, 4 bed, 1 BA

home. Gourmet kitchen. Lower

Level features an office or 4th

bedroom and a utility room with

new porcelain tile.

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

$145,000 - 5916 Signature Drive

Galloway, OH 43119

Exceptional home. 3 bedrooms, 2.5

baths and convenient 2nd floor

laundry Large dining area. Walk-in

pantry. Covered front porch.

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

$126,500 - 8485 Silverbell Avenue

Galloway, OH 43119

Ranch home with 3-bedrooms and

one fully updated bath. Nice sized

living room, huge eat-in kitchen.

New paint and flooring.

Erin Converse

614-271-9204

$280,000 - 1840 Deer Run Lane

London, OH 43140

beautiful home backs up to London

Country Club. Amazing setting with

outbuilding. 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 car

attached garage. Whole house

generator and more!

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

$102,500 - 27 Stewart Avenue

London, OH 43140

Beautiful ranch home with three

bedrooms and one full bath. New

Flooring throughout.

Erin Converse

614-271-9204

*** SOLD *** *** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

*** SOLD ***

$329,000 - 7828 Old Columbus Rd.

South Vienna, OH 45369

2 story home with 4 bedrooms.

Large kitchen, sunroom w/ Vaulted

ceilings. 600 sq ft studio, master

suite w/walk-in closet and much

more!

Jen Stage

614-519-0344

$161,000 - 839 Brookdale Drive

West Jefferson, OH 43162

3 bedroom 1.5 bath 3 level split

with many updates, a nice size

fenced in yard.

Jen Stage

614-519-0344

*** SOLD ***

$125,000 - 0 State Route 142, Lot

#3. West Jefferson, OH 43162

Lot #3 Premier approved building

site from one of West Jefferson's

pioneer families. Horses can be

kept on lot. Barn still on this

property.

Michelle Anders

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$169,000 - 232 Danbury Road

West Jefferson, OH 43162

3 level split has 3 bedrooms, 1.5

baths, w/fresh paint, addition added

625sqft, new roof in 2018, new

windows, storage shed and more!

Jen Stage

614-519-0344

$120,000 - 97 Depot Street

West Jefferson, OH 43162

3 bedroom 1 bath ranch with new

carpet and fresh paint throughout.

large front room which opens to

the kitchen. front and side porch, a

fenced in yard with mature trees.

Julie Stage

614-332-1453

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West Jefferson, OH 43162

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614-271-9204

$39,900 - 0 Taylor Blair Road

West Jefferson, OH 43162

Residential building site just 1.25

miles off of Route 40. 125 x 175

dimensions with vacant lot behind.

Numerous new homes in the area

behind on Haymarket Road.

Michelle Anders

614-544-3619

Anders & Associates

46 E. Main Street

West Jefferson, OH 43162

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Get into the swing of things

The Madison Health Foundation’s golf

outing, the Bob Powers Classic, will be held

Aug. 7-8 the London Country Club. The annual

event draws more than 200 golfers and

volunteers and offers three play formats for

experienced and social players.

On Aug. 7, experienced golfers can participate

in a competitive, four-person team

shamble format. On Aug. 8, social golfers

can choose between a four-person team par-

3 scramble or a six-person team traditional

scramble.

All three games include 18 holes of golf,

a cart, golfer gifts, games, contests, happy

hour and dinner. Dan Blazer and Chris

Carabin of CounterPoint will provide live

entertainment on Aug. 8.

The popular Ball Drop Raffle will take

place on Aug. 8. The first-place prize is a

travel package for a cruise or resort vacation.

Second place is a 100-quart stainless

steel rolling patio cooler. Third place is a

$100 gas gift card. Raffle tickets can be

purchased in advance; entrants need not be

present to win.

Online registration is available at MadisonHealthBobPowersClassic.com.

Contact

Jodi Homan, development coordinator, at

(740) 845-7053 for details.

The Ball Drop Raffle is a popular feature at the annual Bob Powers

Classic. The three balls that land closest to the target win prizes.

This year’s prizes include a vacation package, a 100-quart stainless

steel rolling patio cooler, and a $100 gas gift card.

Reproductive wellness clinic

Madison County Public Health offers a Reproductive

Health and Wellness Clinic at its office, 306 Lafayette

St., London. A nurse practitioner and nursing staff provide

sexual and reproductive health and counseling

services to women and men of all ages in the community.

Among the services offered are:

• testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs);

• HIV testing;

• pregnancy testing;

• annual exams for both men and women; and

• birth control options, including pills and implants.

The program’s goal is to help members of the community

establish healthy lifestyles and encourage a reproductive

life plan.

Services are offered on a reduced, sliding fee scale for

those who do not have insurance. The clinic will be held

weekly on Thursday mornings. Anyone interested in

being added to the wait list for appointments can visit

www.madisonpublichealth.org.

For more information, call (740) 852-3065 or send

email to info@madisonpublichealth.org.

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Al-Anon

Al-Anon meetings are held 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Sundays at Trinity Episcopal Church, 10 E.

Fourth St., London. For more information,

call (740) 604-0182. The group helps people

cope with a loved one's alcoholism or related

addictions.

Alcoholics Anonymous

• Trinity Episcopal Church, 10 E. Fourth

St., London, hosts an Alcoholics Anonymous

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• First United Methodist Church, 52 N.

Main St., London, hosts an Alcoholics

Anonymous group at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays.

Alzheimer’s Support Groups

• An Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support

Group meets the first Thursday of each

month in the Madison Senior Living Clubhouse,

145 Keny Blvd. (corner of Keny and

Independence boulevards), London. A free

dinner is served at 6 p.m. followed by the

meeting at 6:30. Respite care is available for

loved ones who need to come along. For

more information, call Pat Baynes at (937)

269-3605.

• The Alzheimer’s Support Group meets at

6:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month

at Life in Christ Fellowship, 500 State Route

142 N.E., West Jefferson. For more information,

contact Donna Wharton at dmwharton342@yahoo.com

or (740) 490-5936. All are

welcome. There is no charge to attend.

Art Show-and-Tell

The London Visual Arts Guild holds a

free Show-and-Tell from 6 to 7 p.m. prior to

its quarterly board meeting, the fourth

Tuesday of June, September, December and

March. Guild members and non-members

are invited to share art they’ve recently

completed.

Developmental Disabilities

Board Meeting

The Madison County Board of Developmental

Disabilities will meet at 4 p.m. April

18 at the administrative office, 500 Elm St.,

London. If a need arises to reschedule the

meeting, it will take place on April 25.

Full Moon Bike Rides

Choose from a 14-mile route or a 25-mile

route and bike in the light of a full moon:

Aug. 15, 8 p.m.; Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m.; and Oct.

13, 7:30 p.m. Rides start at Phat Daddy’s

Pizza, 15 E. First St., London. The rides are

free and hosted by Friends of Madison

County Parks and Trails. For details, go to

https://fmcpt.com for details.

Catholic Faith Classes

Anyone interested in finding out more

about how to become a Catholic is invited to

attend informational sessions at St. Patrick

Catholic Church, 61 S. Union St., London.

Sessions are held at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.

For details, directions, or to inquire about an

alternative time, call (740) 852-0942 or

email mberryhill@stpatricklondon.org.

Clothing Giveaway

United Church, 30 E. Columbus St.,

Mount Sterling, holds a clothing giveaway

from 9 to 11 a.m. the second Saturday of

each month. Use the side door on High

Street to enter the church basement. Everyone

is welcome. Take what you need; no

limit and no questions asked. If you plan to

visit the church to donate or pick up clothing,

call ahead to Kathy Endres at (740)

869-3755 or Mary Alkire at (740) 604-1213.

Community Supper

St. Patrick Church and Madison Senior

Living Community is sponsoring a free meal

from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Aug. 14 in the St. Patrick

Church Parish Center, 61 S. Union St., London.

Take-out is also offered. All are welcome.

CPR and First Aid Classes

Madison Health offers CPR and First Aid

classes to the public and healthcare

provider at the Park Avenue Medical Building,

55 Park Ave., London.

CPR/BLS (Basic Life Saving) Class

This class is suitable for individuals who

require either new certifications or re-certifications

for CPR/BLS. Cost is $50.

• Aug. 8, noon-4 p.m.

• Aug. 17, 8 a.m.-noon

• Aug. 27, noon-4 p.m.

• Sept. 7, 8 a.m.-noon

• Sept. 12, noon-4 p.m.

• Sept. 24, noon-4 p.m.

Heartsaver Class

This class teaches basic CPR skills and

is designed for individuals who are in nonclinical

fields. This course does not meet criteria

for those healthcare providers who

must be BLS/HCP certified. Cost is $40.

• Aug. 8, 6-9 p.m.

• Sept. 12, 6-9 p.m.

First Aid

This class uses the American Heart Association

guidelines. First Aid is the immediate

care that is given to someone with an

illness or injury before trained help arrives

or takes over. Cost is $40 and includes a

workbook.

• Aug. 27, 6-9 p.m.

• Sept. 24, 6-9 p.m.

To participate in any of the CPR or First

Aid courses, individuals must pre-register.

Cash and checks are accepted. Contact Cortney

Burchett at Madison Health at

cburchett@madison-health.com or (740)

845.7363 to register or for more info.

Euchre

Euchre is played at 6 p.m. the last Friday

of each month at the Jeffersonian Senior

Center at the rear of 28 E. Main St., West

Jefferson. No charge to play, but snacks and

finger foods are requested. For details, call

Sue or Jerry Kennedy at (614) 878-8915.

Fish Fries

West Jefferson American Legion Post

201, 9701 W Broad St., is hosting fish fries

from 4 to 7 p.m. the first and third Fridays

of the month through October.

Food Pantry at

Madison Public Health

Madison Public Health, 306 Lafayette

St., London, hosts a food bank from 11 a.m.

to 6 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month.

The Mid Ohio Food Bank provides the food.

For details, call (740) 852-3065.

HBMLibrary

Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library, 270

Lilly Chapel Road in West Jefferson, can be

reached at (614) 879-8448.

• Storytimes. No Storytimes in August.

• Booklovers. The group will discuss

“The Bookseller” by Cynthia Swanson at 4

p.m. Aug. 5.

• Programs to Go. Available Aug. 5.

Back to school theme.

• National Night Out. The library will be

part of activities set for Aug. 6, 6-8 p.m., at

the West Jefferson Community Center.

• Backpack Giveaway. A backpack giveaway

is planned at West Jefferson United

Methodist Church from 10 to 11 a.m. Aug.

10. The library will be handing out free

books to students who attend Jefferson

Local Schools.

Heirloom Quilt Guild

The Heirloom Quilters Guild meets from

7 to 9 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month,

September-June, at Hurt-Battelle Memorial

Library, 270 Lilly Chapel Road, West Jefferson.

Dues are $20 each year. Meetings include

a short business meeting, show and

tell, demo and snacks. Occasionally, guest

speakers are slated, too. Anyone interested

in quilting, expert or beginner, is welcome.


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Idol Contest

As part of their annual Homecoming Festival,

Trinity United Methodist Church is

holding a Lilly Chapel Idol Contest. The

singing competition will take place during

the festival on Aug. 17 at the church. People

of all ages are welcome to participate. Entrants

must have two songs of their choice

prepared to sing. Only the top three finalists

will sing their second number. Entrants

must bring their own CD accompaniment

tracks. To enter, send your name, address,

phone number, age, and the title of your

song selections to: Trinity United Methodist

Church, c/o Mark Voris, 8530 Lilly Chapel-

Georgesville Rd., London. The entry deadline

is Aug. 9. For details, call the church

office at (614) 879-8007; hours are 10 a.m.-

3 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Or send email to

lillychapel@gmail.com.

London Library

London Public Library is located at 20 E.

First St. Call (740) 852-9543 or go to

www.mylondonlibrary.org for details.

• Book Boot Camp. At 11 a.m. on Tuesdays,

the library hosts physically active

book readings and songs. Children ages 3 to

10 are invited to learn about good health

and fitness. The program runs for nine

weeks.

Madison County Senior Center

The Madison County Senior Center, 280

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

is served daily, 11:30 a.m.—1 p.m.

Aug. 5: 8:30 a.m., indoor/walking exercise

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

crochet, knitting and needle crafts; 10:30

a.m., sitting exercises/strengthening; 1 p.m.,

euchre; 4:30 p.m., Delightful Dining trip departs

Aug. 6: 9 a.m., quilting; 10 a.m., bowling;

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

Support Group; 5 p.m., cards and billiards;

5:30 p.m., line dancing

Aug. 7: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;

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

class; 10:30 a.m.

Mystery Lunch trip leaves; 12:05 p.m.,

bridge; 7 p.m., bingo

Aug. 8: 9 a.m., chair volleyball

Aug. 9: 8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise;

9 a.m., painting class; 1 p.m., movie.

Master Gardner Info Sessions

Want to be a Master Gardener? An information

session is set for 10:30 a.m. Aug. 10

at Hurt-Battelle Memorial Library in West

Jefferson. Direct questions to the Madison

County/OSU Extension Office at (740) 852-

0975.

Mt. Sterling Community Center

The Mount Sterling Community Center

is located at 164 E. Main St. Call (740) 869-

2453, email msccinc@embarqmail.com or

visit www.mountsterlingcc.org for details.

The gym is open daily for walking from 9

a.m. to 5 p.m. The Christian book library is

open Monday-Friday.

Aug. 5: 10 a.m., chair exercises; 7:30-9:30

p.m., open gym basketball for high schoolers

and adults

Aug. 6: 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

Aug. 7: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., adult sewing

Aug. 8: 9 a.m. — 1 p.m. food/clothing

pantry; 6:30—7:30 p.m. “Boot Camp” exercise

class; 7—8:30 p.m. Eight week Bible

Study How do we know God–“Essential

Truths of the Christian Faith” by RC

Sproul; 7:30—9 p.m. volleyball for adult.

Aug. 10: 10 a.m. — 3 p.m. Sewing for all

ages and abilities

Aug. 12: 1 p.m. The Mt. Sterling Public

Library brings the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium

with the Cheetah Conservation Program

to the Mt. Sterling Community

Center. Those attending will witness a visit

by a cheetah animal ambassador and learn

about their habits and lives in the wild. This

program is limited to 200 people entering

third grade and up, and will be strictly enforced.

The library began the 200 free ticket

give-away on Aug. 1.

Aug. 15: 1:30-3:30 p.m., Community Action

summer crisis program by appointment.

Mount Sterling Library

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

www.mtsterlingpubliclibrary.org.

• 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.

• Friends of the Library. The volunteer

group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 13 in the

library. New members are welcome.

• We Joy Sing. 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.

• Mount Sterling Community Museum.

Regular hours are 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays,

Wednesdays and Fridays. The museum is

located on the library’s lower level. Appointments

outside of regular hours can be made

by contacting Director Steve Chambers at

(740) 869-9305 or mtsterlingcommunitymuseum@gmail.com.

Movie by Moonlight

The city of London’s free outdoor movie

series wraps up on Aug. 9 with “Wonder

Park.” It will take place at Cowling Park on

North Main Street. Festivities begin at 8

p.m. The movie starts at dusk.

Phillips Reunion

The annual Phillips Family reunion will

be held on Aug. 18 at the home of Tim and

Dorothy Phillips Amling, 3641 State Rte.

142, London. The gathering starts at noon

with lunch at 1 p.m. Direct questions to

Dorothy Amling at (614) 519-5749.

Plain City Historical Society

The Plain City Historical Society board

meets at 7 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each

month except December at the museum,

105 W. Main St. Meetings are open to the

public. The museum is open Tuesdays and

Saturdays, 10 a.m.-noon, and Thursdays,

noon-3 p.m. Visit plaincityhistoricalsociety.org

for details.

Plain City Library

Plain City Library is located at 305 W.

Main St. For details or to register for a program,

call (614) 873-4912 or visit

www.plaincitylib.org/calendar.

• Kids’ Computer Club. Children ages 9

and older are invited to learn programming

and other computer skills. The next session

is at 7 p.m. Aug. 12. Area resident Doug

Hyatt works with tweens and early teens to

develop their skills. The library has limited

equipment available to loan out. Participants

who have laptops are asked to bring

them, if possible.

Retired Teachers

The Madison County Retired Teachers

Association will meet Aug. 12 at the Procter

Center, 11235 State Rte. 38 SE, London.

Lunch is at 11:30 a.m. The program is at

12:30 p.m. Shea Havens-White will talk

about the Tolles Career and Technical Center.

For details, call Ray Justice at (740)

852-1705.

Township Trustees

• Deercreek Township. The trustees will

meet at 7 p.m. at the township hall, 75 Middle

St., London, on the following dates: Aug.

5, Aug. 19, Sept. 2, Sept. 16, Oct. 7, Oct. 21,

Nov. 4, Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 16.

• Fairfield Township. The trustees meet

on the first and third Mondays of each

month at the Fairfield Township Hall, 9100

Big Plain-Circleville Road. Start time is 8

p.m.

• Range Township. The trustees meet at

8 p.m. the first and third Mondays of each

month at the firehouse in Sedalia.

• Somerford Township. Meetings are at

7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month

at 91 State Rte. 56 NW in the former Somerford

school building.

• Stokes Township. The trustees will

meet at 7 p.m. Aug. 6 at the township

garage, 7105 E. Main St., South Solon. Regularly

scheduled meetings at 7 p.m. the second

Thursday of each month will resume in

September.

Vacation Bible School

• First Baptist Church, 250 Toland St.,

London. Aug. 5-8, 5:30-8 p.m. with a finale

at 9:45 a.m. Aug. 11 followed by the church’s

annual picnic. For ages 4 years old to those

entering sixth grade. The theme is

“SWOOSH: Take flight to where God leads

you!” Call (740) 852-2580 for details.

West Jefferson Farmers Market

West Jefferson’s Farmers Market takes

place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays at

Pat’s Pizza, 55 E. Main St. Vendors are welcome;

space rental is $5 per week. Call (740)

837-0131 for more information.

West Jefferson Parks and Rec

The West Jefferson Parks and Recreation

Department is hosting the following

activities. The West Jefferson Community

Center is located at 230 Cemetery Rd. For

details, call (614) 379-5273.

• Lunch & Learn—This program takes

place 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays

and Thursdays at the community center. It

features free lunch and educational programs

for youths 18 years old and younger.

On Aug. 5, Geoff Smith will talk about engineering;

attendees will get the chance to

bid and win during a mini auction. On Aug.

8, Kristy Zurbrick, editor of the Madison

Messenger, will talk about newspapers.

(There will be no Lunch & Learn on Aug. 6.)

• National Night Out—Aug. 6, 5-8 p.m., in

the community center.

• Line Dancing—Aug. 8, 6-7 p.m. in the

community center.

• Movie Night—Watch “Small Foot” at

9:15 p.m. Aug. 9 at Westwood Park. Food

trucks, 5 to 10:30 p.m.

• Toddler gym—Saturdays, 9-11 a.m., for

families with children ages 5 and younger,

at the community center

• Tunes on Tuesdays in the Park—The

Whiskey Business Duo will perform on Aug.

13. Purk & Jones will perform on Sept. 10.

Both concerts start at 7 p.m. in Garrette

Park. In case of inclement weather, the concerts

will take place in the community center.

• Back to School Bash—Aug. 17 at the

community center, dancing, games, prizes.

For elementary students and their families.

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Home Mortgage, Inc.

vs

Karen J. McNeal aka Karen McNeal, et al.

The description of the property to be sold is as follows:

Property Address:

247 Garfield Avenue, London, Madison, OH 43140

Legal Description:

Full Legal Listed on Public Website;

Parcel Numbers: 31-01683.000 and 31-03183.000

Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com

opening on 08/20/2019 at 10:00 AM for a minimum

of 7 days.

Property may be sold on a provisonal sale date should

the third party purchaser fail to provide their deposit

within the allotted time.

Provision Sale date: 9/03/2019 at 10:00 AM

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 20180207 into the search bar.

MM AUGUST 4, 11, 18, 2019

MM2019318

STRIKEKING PROPERTIES, LTD.

Notice of Sale Pursuant to Ohio

Code Section 5322.03

StrikeKing Storage Units

77 Jackson St., West Jefferson, OH

Will hold a public sale of delinquent units

in order to satisfy an owner’s lien.

Sale will be listed on

StorageTreasures.com by open bid

Contents of the units will be sold to the

highest bidder for CASH. Units to be sold are:

Unit 42 Kathleen Ramey

267 MIddle Dr., West Jefferson, OH 43162 –

Older flat screen tv, auto floor jack,

roll top desk, general household.

MM AUGUST 4, 11, 2019

MM2019322

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 21930008

Summons By Publication

In the Matter of

Kn B (M),

Alleged Dependent Child

To: Traci Jones and Jason Bolin, address unknown

A complaint has been filed in this Court by the State of Ohio/

Madison County Children Services, alleging dependency of

Kn B (M), DOB 06/09/2008, pursuant to O.R.C. 2151.04. A prehearing

conference has been scheduled at the Madison

County Juvenile Court, 1 North Main Street, London, OH

43140, on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., with an

initial hearing to follow at 10:00 a.m., and at the call of the

Court thereafter.

You are indicated as being the parents of said minor child and

notice of said complaint is hereby provided in accordance

with the law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile

Procedure. If a party is indigent, the Court will appoint

counsel to provide representation upon request. If you

believe that you qualify, contact the Court at (740) 852-0760.

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN

Juvenile Judge

Madison County, Ohio

MM AUGUST 4, 2019

MM2019319

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 21930010

Summons By Publication

In the Matter of

Jayli B (F),

Alleged Dependent Child

To: Traci Jones and Jason Bolin, address unknown

A complaint has been filed in this Court by the State of Ohio/

Madison County Children Services, alleging dependency of

Jayli B (F), DOB 10/26/2009, pursuant to O.R.C. 2151.04. A

prehearing conference has been scheduled at the Madison

County Juvenile Court, 1 North Main Street, London, OH

43140, on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., with an

initial hearing to follow at 10:00 a.m., and at the call of the

Court thereafter.

You are indicated as being the parents of said minor child and

notice of said complaint is hereby provided in accordance

with the law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile

Procedure. If a party is indigent, the Court will appoint

counsel to provide representation upon request. If you

believe that you qualify, contact the Court at (740) 852-0760.

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN

Juvenile Judge

Madison County, Ohio

MM AUGUST 4, 2019

MM2019321

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 21930009

Summons By Publication

In the Matter of

Ja B (F),

Alleged Dependent Child

To: Traci Jones and Jason Bolin, address unknown

A complaint has been filed in this Court by the State of Ohio/

Madison County Children Services, alleging dependency of

Ja B (F), DOB 12/12/2010, pursuant to O.R.C. 2151.04. An

initial hearing has been scheduled at the Madison County

Juvenile Court, 1 North Main Street, London, OH 43140, on

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., for prehearing

conference, with an initial hearing to follow at 10:00 a.m., and

at the call of the Court thereafter.

You are indicated as being the parents of said minor child and

notice of said complaint is hereby provided in accordance

with the law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile

Procedure. If a party is indigent, the Court will appoint

counsel to provide representation upon request. If you

believe that you qualify, contact the Court at (740) 852-0760.

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN

Juvenile Judge

Madison County, Ohio

MM AUGUST 4, 2019

MM2019320

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 21940063

Summons By Publication

Maria MCCLAIN

Vs.

Justin KEELER

To: Justin Keeler, address unknown

A petition for custody of Avery McClain, DOB 07/31/2005; and

Bryn McClain, DOB 06/04/07, has been filed in this Court. A

pretrial hearing has been scheduled in this Court at the

Madison County Courthouse, 1 North Main Street, London, OH

43140, on Thursday, September 19, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., and at

the call of the Court thereafter.

You are hereby summoned that a petition has been filed by

Maria McClain. You are required to serve upon Maria McClain

a copy of your answer to the petition for custody within 28

days of this publication. Said answer must be filed with this

Court within (3) days after service on Maria McClain. If you fail

to appear and defend, judgment by default may be taken

against you for the relief demanded in the petition.

You are indicated as being the parent of said minor child and

notice of said petition is hereby provided in accordance with

the law and the provisions of RULE 16, Rules of Juvenile

Procedure.

You may contact the Juvenile Court at 740-852-0760 with any

questions.

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN

Juvenile Judge

Madison County, Ohio

MM AUGUST 4, 2019

MM2019323

The contents of the storage units listed

below, will be sold at auction due to nonpayment.

Auction at Wall to Wall Storage,

1800 St. Rt. 56, London, OH on

August 31, 2019 at 10 a.m.

Danielle Ward, A30, London, Ohio - W&D (Amana), totes,

clothing, china hutch.

April Rayburn, A34 & J23, London, Ohio - (2) Window

A/C’s, Razor Scooters, couch, gas cans, golf clubs.

Tami Whitt, A43, Sumiton, AL - Totes, coffee table, boxes,

window fans, coolers.

James Toller, B31, London, Ohio - Misc.household items,

boxes, tools.

David Riffle, D2, London, Ohio - Household, furniture,

totes, boxes, bags.

Rachelle Meredith, E5, London, Ohio - Boxes, TV, totes,

furniture, tables.

Hope Travis, G28, London, Ohio - Household items,

completely stuffed to ceiling.

LaNelle Coffey, G42, London, Ohio - Misc. items, boxes,

chairs, totes, bags.

Bambi Powell, G43, London, Ohio - Car seats (Bucket),

car parts, vacuum, dresser, fans.

Ashley Muncie, P1, London, Ohio - Competely full of

house hold items, stuffed.

Todd Nagel, J13 & P11 - Tools, boxes, cabinets, full of

contractor items.

Shannon McDowell, S17, London, Ohio

Ricky Green, J24, London, Ohio - Clothing, fishing tackle,

bags.

Ira Gill, J25, London, Ohio - (2) Flat screen TV’s, dresser,

mattress, box springs.

Christina Roark, J29, London, Ohio - Misc. household,

boxes, bags, clothing.

Ernest Burton, J47, London, Ohio - Tools, generators,

hand tools, contractor items.

MM AUGUST 4, 11 2019

MM2018317

PLACE YOUR

LEGAL NOTICE HERE?

CALL GRANT ZERKLE

AT THE

MADISON MESSENGER

FOR PRICING

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xMobile Homes

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