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<strong>Messenger</strong><br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

<strong>May</strong> 29 - June 11, <strong>2022</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLIII, No. 8<br />

Neighborhood Realtor<br />

Diane Todd<br />

580 Main St., Groveport, OH 43125<br />

(614) 570-0803<br />

diane.todd@HERrealtors.com<br />

The Marylee Bendig Team<br />

Art on the <strong>Canal</strong> Art Stroll<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photos by Linda Dillman<br />

Sage Taft’s bees are ones made to cuddle. The Groveport resident crafts creatures<br />

out of yarn and offered her handiwork outside the doors of Cornersmiths during the<br />

Art on the <strong>Canal</strong> Art Stroll in <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>, sponsored by Destination: <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>,<br />

on <strong>May</strong> 21. To see more photos visit columbusmessenger.com<br />

Warehouse plan moves<br />

ahead; referendum ended<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Action by the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> City<br />

Council, in a 6-1 vote on <strong>May</strong> 16, put an end<br />

to a months-long debate focused on the rezoning<br />

and detachment of land owned by<br />

the Schacht family and a ballot referendum<br />

opposing rezoning of the former farm land<br />

that was to appear on the fall ballot.<br />

In its stead, council approved an ordinance<br />

rezoning the 70-acre parcel from exceptional<br />

use to planned industrial district,<br />

under emergency language with a request<br />

to waive a second and third reading.<br />

Councilwoman Ashley Ward was the<br />

lone dissenting vote.<br />

Both the emergency and reading waiver<br />

placed the ordinance in immediate effect<br />

upon passage, making it not subject to a referendum.<br />

Prior to the vote, written comments were<br />

read into the record and speakers on both<br />

sides of the issue made their way to the<br />

podium to voice their opposition or support<br />

of the emergency ordinance.<br />

“What it comes down to, to me, is transparency,”<br />

said <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Smart<br />

Growth organizer Bethany Ferguson. “We deserve<br />

better than for you to vote (Councilman)<br />

Patrick’s (Shea) ordinance. We’ve done everything<br />

we possibly can to work with you, to<br />

work with Northpoint, and once again we’re<br />

being stonewalled. I’ve advocated for our city<br />

for so long. I don’t feel like we’re being heard.<br />

You are asking us to put down our guns during<br />

a gun draw you will win. I wish we had a<br />

better outcome than us versus you.”<br />

A citizen-led Smart Growth referendum<br />

petition drive garnered enough signatures<br />

for a referendum for the fall ballot and put<br />

the brakes on a council decision to rezone<br />

the Schacht property for the development of<br />

a pair of warehouses. That ballot issue for a<br />

public decision in November was negated by<br />

council action on <strong>May</strong> 16.<br />

“We presented this (referendum) as an<br />

opportunity for the community to put in<br />

their two-cents worth,” said resident Kathleen<br />

Vasko. “We went out. We followed the<br />

law. We did what we were supposed to do.<br />

This is a lawful petition and you are slapping<br />

us in the face by taking away that<br />

right.”<br />

Michael Vasko said it was sad to sit and<br />

watch the division the rezoning issue created.<br />

He said divisions are usually a result<br />

of the failure of opposing parties to communicate.<br />

He also called the Planned Industrial<br />

Development ordinance a<br />

slight-of-hand in changing a zoning in order<br />

to circumvent another referendum.<br />

“This is about a financial deal you’re<br />

afraid of losing (that) these people are afraid<br />

of getting,” said Vasko. “As an attorney, I’ve<br />

made deals for years. You don’t make deals<br />

by drawing a line in the sand and making<br />

enemies of your constituents.”<br />

In an email to council read into the<br />

record by Law Director Thaddeus Boggs,<br />

resident and former state legislator Larry<br />

Flowers wrote “This is the right project, at<br />

the right time, on the right property and the<br />

right location. This development is good for<br />

our city, good for our schools and will create<br />

jobs. Please don’t let emotions guide your<br />

decision. I urge you to be guided by three<br />

topics–facts, facts, facts…Communities<br />

that can move at the speed of business and<br />

not the speed of government are the winners.<br />

I urge you to vote in support of this<br />

project.”<br />

See WAREHOUSE, page 2<br />

Seven-year-old Abryana (left) points out<br />

her interpretation of a birthday cake to<br />

friend Delaney Davis (right). Her artwork<br />

and others were on display at <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Town Hall.<br />

Athens woodworker Michael West<br />

shared his functional creations of bowls<br />

and utensils at the event. West said his<br />

interest in woodworking began at age<br />

five and continued to grow over time.


PAGE 2 - MESSENGER - <strong>May</strong> 29, <strong>2022</strong><br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

A steering committee to help guide a new<br />

comprehensive plan for the future development<br />

of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> drew more than<br />

WAREHOUSE<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

Resident Amy King said the issue is business<br />

and not a popularity contest and by<br />

changing the zoning, it sets a western<br />

boundary for <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>, prohibiting<br />

Columbus from future encroachment.<br />

“It is imperative that we draw this line<br />

to protect our town, our schools, and our financial<br />

growth,” said King in her written<br />

comments. “Being the northern most point<br />

of the city will ensure financial growth and<br />

the old town charm of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

proper will continue to remain void of<br />

change.”<br />

Smart Growth organizer Angie Halstead<br />

said the group tried to work with council.<br />

“We never got any response in writing we<br />

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two-dozen applicants to serve as at large<br />

members, in addition to individuals already<br />

volunteering on behalf of organizations and<br />

business interests.<br />

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not live within the city limits or were appointed<br />

as a representative of a group.<br />

The committee is comprised of a council<br />

representative, the mayor or his appointee,<br />

a Planning and Zoning Commission member,<br />

a member of the Landmarks Commission,<br />

a CWICC trustee, a member of the<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Area Historical Society<br />

and a representative of the Downtown Business<br />

Association.<br />

In addition, there are individuals representing<br />

the Joint Recreation District;<br />

Chamber of Commerce; Ashbrook, <strong>Canal</strong><br />

Cove, Charleston Lakes and Villages of<br />

Westchester Homeowner Associations; Olde<br />

Town area; a <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> area in<br />

Fairfield County and four at large members.<br />

Names of interested applicants became<br />

part of a pool, with city Law Director Thaddeus<br />

Boggs selecting four at large individuals<br />

at random–Ann Bennett, Richard<br />

Brown, Laura Taylor and Michael Vasko<br />

during the <strong>May</strong> 16 <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> City<br />

Council meeting. Boggs also drew the<br />

names of two alternates–Kay Sargeant and<br />

Rick Moore.<br />

“The timeline for the steering committee<br />

to start meeting with the consulting firm<br />

McKenna is still being finalized,” said Planning<br />

and Zoning Administrator Andrew<br />

Moore. “It is anticipated there will be a project<br />

kickoff in the month of June. McKenna<br />

has an initial timeline in their scope of 10<br />

months to complete the comprehensive<br />

plan. The cost agreed upon for McKenna to<br />

perform the scope of services is a lump sum<br />

of $209,000.”<br />

The last comprehensive plan was<br />

adopted in 1999. There was an attempt to<br />

update that plan starting in 2005. However,<br />

the council chose not to do so in 2007.<br />

According to Development Director<br />

Lucas Haire, many of the residential and<br />

commercial areas approved more than 20<br />

years ago are now nearing final build-out<br />

and the city is seeing a growing interest in<br />

new annexations and rezoning requests.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>’s plan update is a<br />

long- range tool intended to direct the<br />

growth and physical development of the<br />

community for 10 to 20 years. It is a document<br />

for managing physical growth because<br />

it can consolidate and coordinate physical<br />

planning needs, goals and policies, and any<br />

separate community studies that address<br />

various aspects of physical development in<br />

the city.<br />

“The comprehensive plan will determine<br />

a vision for the community based on core<br />

values that will be determined through the<br />

planning process,” continued Moore.<br />

The plan will address the desired balance<br />

of land uses, location, character, interconnection<br />

all while looking at the<br />

socioeconomic environment and in-depth<br />

market analysis. That will result in an outline<br />

for development and land use patterns<br />

and creating an economic strategy to accomplish<br />

the goals set in the plan.<br />

As described in an August 2021 presentation,<br />

the plan presents a vision for the future,<br />

with long range targets and objectives<br />

for all activities impacting local government.<br />

It provides guidance on how to make<br />

decisions on public and private land development<br />

proposals, expenditure of public<br />

funds, availability of financial policy–tax<br />

incentives or impact fees–to achieve desired<br />

outcomes, transportation and utilities<br />

improvements and other issues of local concern.<br />

According to city officials, the plan affords<br />

the opportunity for <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

to be proactive and have greater control<br />

over its destiny, such as guidance for the orderly<br />

growth; development and physical appearance<br />

of the community; future<br />

decision-making guidance; and builds consensus<br />

and commitment from elected and<br />

appointed officials, residents, staff, and<br />

other interested stakeholders.<br />

Typical components of a comprehensive<br />

plan include existing conditions and demographics,<br />

a community vision, future land<br />

use, a thoroughfare plan, parks and open<br />

spaces, a utility master plan, economic development<br />

plan and a pathway for implementation<br />

and strategies.<br />

CW City Council meetings<br />

Regular <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> City Council<br />

meetings are held on the first and third<br />

Monday of every month. Meetings begin at<br />

7 p.m. The meetings are open to the public.<br />

Council meets in work session at 6 p.m.<br />

prior to each city council meeting to discuss<br />

legislative items and other issues of the city<br />

prior to being included on a city council<br />

agenda.<br />

asked for,” said Halstead. “Do what’s right.<br />

Don’t try to take away this referendum.<br />

This is the nuclear option you’re pulling out.<br />

Do we really want to push that button? Do<br />

we really want to set that precedent? This<br />

is not a good faith effort.”<br />

The ordinance as passed by council, repealed<br />

the original rezoning ordinance–the<br />

subject of the referendum–approved the<br />

change in zoning from exceptional use to<br />

planned industrial district, was declared an<br />

emergency and had second and third readings<br />

waived. It also resulted in rescinding<br />

the assent to detachment and rendered the<br />

referendum moot.


CW Schools’ financial future<br />

www.columbusmessenger.com <strong>May</strong> 29, <strong>2022</strong> - MESSENGER - PAGE 3<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Schools Treasurer<br />

Nick Roberts painted a picture in numbers<br />

in updating the district’s five-year forecast,<br />

which runs through fiscal year 2026.<br />

The presentation, given at the <strong>May</strong> 16<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Board of Education meeting,<br />

is required by the state and provides an<br />

opportunity for the board and community to<br />

engage in long-range planning. It also<br />

serves as a vehicle for discussions of district<br />

financial issues.<br />

According to Roberts, in fiscal year <strong>2022</strong><br />

a revenue surplus is expected with expenditures<br />

projected to be less than revenue by<br />

more than $4.6 million. The beginning fiscal<br />

year balance was $37.7 million and is forecast<br />

to end with about $42.3 million.<br />

In 2021, total actual revenue was $49.3<br />

million contrasted with actual expenditures<br />

of $42 million. An emergency levy currently<br />

generates approximately $6.8 million in revenue<br />

and expires in 2024.<br />

“Fiscal years ‘22, ‘23 and ‘24 are the easy<br />

years,” said Roberts. “We’ll do well from a<br />

cash balance standpoint…when we get out<br />

to fiscal year 2025 and we lose funds (if the<br />

levy is not renewed) and gotta start making<br />

decisions about using our cash to build facilities.<br />

In the coming years, those are going<br />

to be some big decisions and how we’re<br />

going to handle the cash balance. We’ve got<br />

this year and two more years and that’s<br />

what I’m focused on right now.”<br />

Roberts said there are a lot of unknowns<br />

in the state budget, such as will education<br />

be fully funded and will the state continue<br />

to keep its funding formula as is?<br />

Primary revenue sources are real estate<br />

and income taxes. In 2021, real estate taxes<br />

made up 31.5 percent of total revenue, and<br />

by 2026, it is projected to increase to more<br />

than 33 percent. Income taxes brought in<br />

over 11 percent of district revenue and are<br />

estimated to reach 13.6 percent in five<br />

years.<br />

Roberts expressed concern with a revenue<br />

source impacted by COVID-19.<br />

“The only real worry this year is a big<br />

drop in ‘other revenue’,” said Roberts. “Interest<br />

levels are down. Two years ago, we<br />

earned about $900,000 in the general fund<br />

from interest income. This year, we’re about<br />

$350,000, so it’s a $600,000 drop in interest.<br />

It took us 10 years to get from zero up to<br />

where we were. Then overnight, we dropped<br />

to zero with the pandemic. We’re slowly<br />

creeping our way back. It’ll take some time.<br />

Building start times<br />

CW Schools’ news<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Schools Superintendent<br />

James Sotlar said the district is sticking<br />

with the current four-tier building start<br />

time system for the upcoming <strong>2022</strong>-23<br />

school year.<br />

The middle school hours are 7:15 a.m.–<br />

1:35 p.m.; high school is 7:55 a.m.–2:20<br />

p.m.; <strong>Winchester</strong> Trail is 8:55 a.m.–3:05<br />

p.m.; and Indian Trail is 9:35 a.m. to 3:45<br />

We do have a long-term investment strategy,<br />

but we’re limited in what we can do.”<br />

On the expenditure side, salaries and<br />

benefits consume the majority of costs followed<br />

by purchased services, capital outlay<br />

and supplies and materials. In 2021, personnel<br />

services ($23.8 million) were 53 percent<br />

of total expenditures and projected to<br />

hit 54.8 percent in 2026.<br />

Employee benefits ($9.3 million) were<br />

nearly 21 percent of expenditures in 2021<br />

and could jump another percent over five<br />

year period.<br />

Supplies and materials represent 3.86<br />

percent of total expenditures and increased<br />

at a historical average annual rate of 1.57<br />

percent. However, the projections jump to<br />

an annual average rate of 5.72 percent<br />

through 2026.<br />

According to Roberts, total expenditures<br />

increased 2.95 percent or nearly $1.3 million<br />

annually during the past five-year period<br />

and are projected to increase 6.77<br />

percent or over $3 million annually through<br />

the duration of the five-year forecast.<br />

Roberts gave a heads-up to the board<br />

that homes located in Fairfield County will<br />

undergo a property valuation update this<br />

year with the potential for an average increase<br />

of more than 30 percent. Franklin<br />

County property owners will see increases<br />

next year when the county conducts a full<br />

appraisal.<br />

“Our valuations are going to continue to<br />

grow. Central Ohio is a hot place to live,”<br />

said Roberts, whose board report also included<br />

information on the district’s capital<br />

spending plan.<br />

The five-year forecast includes annual<br />

transfers from the general fund to the permanent<br />

improvement fund to support short<br />

and long term capital projects.<br />

In the short-term, land improvements include<br />

paving at the middle school and elementaries<br />

and the current high school<br />

stadium project, which is expected to be finished<br />

in August. Roofing projects at the high<br />

school, athletic field house, and maintenance<br />

barn are on the short list, as well as<br />

vehicle purchases and technical/capitalized<br />

equipment.<br />

On the long-term projects list are gym<br />

and classroom additions at the middle<br />

school, a new performing arts center at the<br />

high school, a kindergarten classroom addition<br />

to either Indian Trail or <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Trail, and a new intermediate building to<br />

reduce student enrollment at the elementary<br />

buildings.<br />

p.m. In addition, lunch prices will remain<br />

the same for the new school year.<br />

CW school board meetings<br />

The <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Board of Education<br />

meets on the third Monday of each<br />

month at 7 p.m. in the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Education Center, 100 Washington St. on<br />

the second floor in room 204/206. The public<br />

is welcome to attend.<br />

CW Library Branch<br />

The <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Branch of the<br />

Columbus Metropolitan Library, 115<br />

Franklin St., is located in the rear portion<br />

of the former school at 100 Washington St.<br />

For information visit www.columbuslibrary.org<br />

or call 614-645-2275.<br />

For Appointment Information Call<br />

(614) 837-7337<br />

Meet Our <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Physicians<br />

Nicholas Stevens, MD<br />

libraries<br />

Wagnalls Memorial Library<br />

The historic Wagnalls Memorial Library<br />

is located at 150 E. Columbus St., Lithopolis.<br />

For information call (614) 837-4765 or<br />

visit www.wagnalls.org.<br />

H. Scott Tyson, MD<br />

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www.columbusmessenger.com <strong>May</strong> 29, <strong>2022</strong> - MESSENGER - PAGE 5<br />

CW swimming pool opens<br />

The city of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> invites you<br />

to cool off this summer at the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Municipal Swimming Pool. The pool<br />

season began <strong>May</strong> 26 at noon and runs<br />

through Sept. 4. A complete listing of pool<br />

hours can be found on the city’s website.<br />

Visit the pool with friends and family and<br />

take advantage of the wading pool, the recreational<br />

pool with a waterfall feature, or the<br />

competition pool including diving boards and<br />

a climbing wall. Relax in one of the pool’s<br />

lounge chairs, or for extra shade, enjoy the<br />

sun-sail area. Make your way to the concession<br />

stand for hot dogs, pizza, nachos, drinks,<br />

candy, chips, frozen treats, and more.<br />

Seasonal memberships and a number of<br />

other pass options are available. The pool<br />

is open to residents and non-residents. If<br />

space is available, reduced-price membership<br />

opportunities will open up after July 5.<br />

Details on memberships and passes can be<br />

found on the city’s website.<br />

All those wishing to visit the pool will be<br />

required to have a pre-paid reservation, including<br />

those with free admission. Reservations<br />

and payments must be made online in<br />

advance; absolutely no walk-up reservations<br />

will be permitted.<br />

The pool is available to rent for parties<br />

on designated Friday, Saturday, and Sunday<br />

evenings throughout the season. Dates<br />

may be booked during the season on a first<br />

come, first served basis, and must be booked<br />

two weeks in advance. Check the city’s website<br />

for complete details, including rental<br />

fees and available times.<br />

Pool memberships and party sales are<br />

now available to purchase on the city’s website.<br />

Visit www.canalwinchesterohio.gov for<br />

information.<br />

Guns vs. Hoses softball<br />

The Groveport Recreation Department<br />

will host a charity slow pitch softball game<br />

between the Groveport Police, Madison<br />

Township Police, and the Madison Township<br />

Fire Department. The Groveport Guns<br />

and Hoses Softball Game will be held on<br />

Field 5 at the Groveport Park, 7370 Groveport<br />

Road on June 4 at 3 p.m. Admission is<br />

free and the police officers and firefighters<br />

are asking everyone to bring a non-perishable<br />

food item that will go to the Groveport<br />

Food Pantry. The police officers and firefighters<br />

hope this will be a fun event for the<br />

community that can become an annual occurrence.<br />

CW Farmers’ Market<br />

The <strong>2022</strong> <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Farmers’<br />

Market begins <strong>May</strong> 24 and runs through<br />

Sept. 25. We are currently accepting applications.<br />

Visit www.thecwfm.com for information.<br />

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The Obetz Farmers’ Market is held on<br />

the first Wednesday of the month from 4-7<br />

p.m. from June through September in<br />

downtown Obetz (across from 4256 Groveport<br />

Road, Obetz).<br />

About The American Pie Party: The American<br />

Pie Party is a 501C3 non-profit organization, located<br />

in Central Ohio, that supports families with<br />

children in active cancer treatment. They provide<br />

financial support for expenses not covered by insurance,<br />

such as, wheelchair ramps, home modifications,<br />

home set-up needs, car seats, car<br />

modifications, strollers, wigs, hearing aids, shoes,<br />

glasses, braces, and back bags for feeding pumps.<br />

The American Pie Party uses pie-in-the-face humor<br />

to raise money for families battling childhood cancer.<br />

For further information please visit our website<br />

at www.theamericanpieparty.org.<br />

THURSDAY, <br />

JUNE 16TH @ 12:05 PM<br />

<br />

CLIPPERS VS. ST. PAUL SAINTS<br />

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Tickets are $6 RESERVED and $5 BLEACHER SEATING<br />

LUNCH PROVIDED FOR FANS 60 AND OVER WITH TICKET PURCHASE<br />

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Make checks/money orders payable to Columbus Clippers and mail to:<br />

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For cket quesons, call (614) 462­5250<br />

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Lithopolis Honeyfest<br />

The Lithopolis Honeyfest will be held<br />

Sept. 9 from 3-7 p.m. and Sept. 10 from 10<br />

a.m. to 7 p.m. in downtown Lithopolis. Free<br />

admission, parking, and shuttle service.<br />

The event features bee beards, beekeepers,<br />

art, live music, honey bake-off, Ohio Honey<br />

Show, honey extracting, hive inspection,<br />

junior beekeeping, American Honey<br />

ing and household items, and TDR LLC who<br />

accepts used electronics. This is truly a community<br />

service day.<br />

Community Shred Day has grown each year,<br />

starting out with about 300 vehicles dropping off<br />

recyclable paper and other reusable items in the<br />

first year to over 900 vehicles in 2021. Since the<br />

beginning of Community Shred Day, Dwayne R.<br />

Spence Funeral Home has been fortunate to have<br />

the continued service of Boy Scouts Troop 256.<br />

The Scouts and their leaders show up in force to<br />

help unload the boxes of paper and documents<br />

from vehicles and place them in the shredding containers.<br />

This makes it very convenient so participants<br />

do not need to get out of their vehicle or lift<br />

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Princess, food trucks, photo contest, honey,<br />

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Groveport Garden Club<br />

The Groveport Garden Club meets the<br />

first Tuesday each month (unless otherwise<br />

announced) at Groveport Zion Lutheran<br />

Church, 6014 Groveport Road. Call Marylee<br />

Bendig at (614) 218-1097.<br />

heavy boxes. The Scouts are able to use their service<br />

on Community Shred Day towards earning the<br />

“Pulp and Paper” merit badge.<br />

Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home is pleased<br />

that the citizens of Pickerington choose them and<br />

their shred company, Royal Document Destruction,<br />

to eliminate old and outdated paperwork.<br />

Royal Document Destruction was chosen to shred<br />

documents because of their reputation and their security<br />

measures in dealing with vulnerable documentation.<br />

Dwayne R. Spence Funeral Home invites the<br />

community to their 13th Annual Community Shred<br />

Day event at the Pickerington location on Saturday<br />

June 11, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.<br />

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Mike Albert is looking forward to getting back<br />

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“The King’s” music lives on in the heart and<br />

soul of admirers such as Elvis entertainer Mike Albert,<br />

who will perform at this year’s Summer Blast<br />

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Albert covers Presley’s career from the rockabilly<br />

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CW summer events<br />

•Music in the Park - June 17 from 6-9<br />

p.m. in Stradley Park, historic downtown<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> featuring live music from<br />

local band Hot Rod Lincolns. Come out for<br />

live music and activities for kids and adults<br />

alike. June’s Music in the Park will also<br />

have touch-a-tractor for the chance to get an<br />

up-close look at tractors and equipment.<br />

•Movie in the Park — July 8 and Aug. 12.<br />

Activities begin at 8 p.m., movie begins at<br />

dusk in Hanners Park — 458 Groveport<br />

Road, <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>. Come out for a<br />

free family-friendly movie at Hanners Park.<br />

Enjoy the film drive-in style from your car,<br />

or bring a chair and blanket to watch from<br />

the lawn. Free activities and treats will be<br />

available prior to the start of the show. This<br />

event is a partnership with Destination:<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.<br />

•Music in the Park — July 17 from 6-9<br />

p.m. in Stradley Park, historic downtown<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> featuring live music from<br />

The Gas Pump Jockeys. Come out for live<br />

music and activities for kids and adults<br />

alike! July’s event will also feature the signature<br />

Cruise-In Car Show, hosted by C-<br />

Town Cruisers. Free registration and prizes<br />

will be awarded. Limited to the first 50 cars.<br />

•Blues & Ribfest — July 29-30. Hosted by<br />

Destination: <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> in historic<br />

downtown CW. A two-day summer street<br />

celebration featuring live blues music,<br />

world-class ribs, a wide variety of quality<br />

non-rib food options, children's activities,<br />

fan-cooled dining areas, and a beer & wine<br />

garden for our Blues/Rib-loving guests 21<br />

and over. Visit www.bluesandribfest.com.<br />

•100th Annual <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Labor<br />

Day Festival — Sept. 3, 4, 5. Hosted by the<br />

CW Labor Day Committee in historic downtown<br />

CW. Enjoy three days of family fun at<br />

the oldest and largest Labor Day Festival in<br />

Ohio. Live music, midway rides, car show,<br />

parade, and more. This year’s Sunday headliner<br />

is Uncle Kracker, a country pop artist<br />

with a number of Billboard 100 hits. For information<br />

visit www.cwlaborday.org.<br />

Groveport concerts<br />

The city of Groveport’s Concert in the<br />

Park summer music series will be held the<br />

last Saturday of the month in June, July,<br />

and August in Heritage Park, 551 Wirt<br />

Road. Bring a picnic dinner, a blanket or<br />

lawn chair, and invite your friends and family<br />

to this free concert series. Food Trucks<br />

will be available to purchase food and nonalcoholic<br />

beverages from 5:30-8 p.m. Bands<br />

play from 6-8 p.m. Scheduled bands are:<br />

June 25 - Mama Drama; July 30 - Rob<br />

Adam; and Aug. 27 - Willie Nelson Mandela.<br />

For information call 614-836-3333.<br />

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Groveport to celebrate its<br />

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Mark your calendars and join us for Groveport’s<br />

175th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday,<br />

June 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.!<br />

Stop at all six locations (in no particular order)<br />

on the self-guided tour, collect all six postcards,<br />

trucks, kids craft tent, bounce house, giant slide,<br />

petting zoo, and a face painter!<br />

Come join the FUN at Cruiser Park located at<br />

4677 Bixby Road in Groveport! The first 200 attendees<br />

receive a Groveport summer tote bag!<br />

and receive a FREE 175th Anniversary t-shirt!<br />

Starting at 1 p.m. join us for a reception with past<br />

and present Council Members and City Administrators<br />

at Groveport Town Hall, 2nd floor ballroom,<br />

648 Main St., 43125.<br />

Everything’s ducky<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Rick Palsgrove<br />

This mother duck keeps a close watch on her two fuzzy ducklings in the barnyard<br />

of Slate Run Living Historical Farm, 1375 State Route 674 North, <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.<br />

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Music in the Park<br />

The city of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> invites families with children of all<br />

ages and adults to the city’s <strong>2022</strong> Music in the Park free summer<br />

event series at Stradley Park, 36 S. High St. The next event is<br />

“Touch-A-Tractor” on June 17 from 6-9 p.m. including live music<br />

from local favorites the Hot Rod Lincolns. Then on July 15, the Gas<br />

Pump Jockeys return for a record 15th season for the annual Cruise-In<br />

Car Show, hosted by C-Town Cruisers. Additional hands-on activities<br />

and games will be available throughout the park. Attendees are encouraged<br />

to bring a lawn chair and picnic, or carry-out from one of<br />

our downtown restaurants. Alcohol is not permitted within the park.<br />

Music in the Park is a free summer concert series held the third<br />

Friday of <strong>May</strong>, June, and July, weather permitting. Visit<br />

www.canalwinchesterohio.gov for information.<br />

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Metro Parks wildlife advice<br />

Spring is here and its the season for calls about orphaned and<br />

abandoned animals. Metro Parks is unable to rehabilitate wildlife,<br />

but there are some steps you can take.<br />

According to Metro Parks officials, if you find an animal in a<br />

park that is orphaned, abandoned, or injured, leave it alone and call<br />

the ranger cell number, posted on bulletin boards and around the<br />

park. Sometimes, babies are left alone while mom is looking for<br />

food, and will return to the nest, other times they will require care<br />

or monitoring. Do not take them out of the park.<br />

If you find an animal in your yard, leave it be. Call the Ohio<br />

Wildlife Center 614-793-9453 and leave a message, or visit their<br />

website at ohiowildlifecenter.org for information on how to help.<br />

Barber Museum<br />

The National Barber Museum in <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> is located at<br />

135 Franklin St. (behind the former CW High School building). The<br />

museum, housed in approximately 5,000 square feet, showcases art,<br />

artifacts, and memorabilia from decades of the barbering profession.<br />

For information call(614) 837-8400.<br />

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Free tire collection for CW<br />

and Madison Twp. residents<br />

Residents of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> and<br />

Madison Townshipare invited to a free tire<br />

collection event. Franklin County Public<br />

Health, in conjunction with Columbus Public<br />

Health, will facilitate the collection from<br />

9 a.m. to noon on June 4 at Brobst Park,<br />

5321 <strong>Winchester</strong> Pike, <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.<br />

The event is open to all residents of<br />

Franklin County, as well as <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

residents residing in Fairfield County.<br />

Individuals may bring up to 10 rimless tires<br />

per household to the event for proper disposal<br />

at no cost to them. Only passenger vehicle<br />

tires without rims will be accepted.<br />

Madison Township Public Works Superintendent<br />

Dave Watkins said, “This tire<br />

drive is a great opportunity to properly dispose<br />

of unwanted tires at no cost to the residents.”<br />

Tires pose a public health risk if left unattended<br />

or disposed of improperly. Tires<br />

provide the perfect location for standing<br />

water to form, creating a habitat for mosquitoes.<br />

It is on the water that the mosquito<br />

larvae grow and hatch. By properly disposing<br />

of any junk tires, potential hot spots are<br />

avoided.<br />

During a 2021 tire drive in <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>,<br />

435 tires were collected and properly<br />

disposed of through Franklin County<br />

Public Health.<br />

“We are thankful to be able to offer this<br />

service to our residents again and hope to<br />

see the same success,” said <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

<strong>May</strong>or Mike Ebert.<br />

The event will also have free larvicide<br />

tablets for residents to take home and put<br />

in rain barrels, decorative water fixtures,<br />

and any other place with standing water to<br />

prevent mosquitoes from hatching. Residents<br />

do not need to turn in tires in order to<br />

receive the larvicide tablets.<br />

To report problem areas for mosquitoes<br />

or to request service, call (614) 525-BITE<br />

(2483).<br />

Southeast Library<br />

The Southeast Branch of the Columbus<br />

Metropolitan Library is located at 3980 S.<br />

Hamilton Road, Groveport. For information<br />

visit www.columbuslibrary.org or call 614-<br />

645-2275.<br />

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Libraries and baseball<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong><br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Columbus Metropolitan Library has partnered with<br />

the Columbus Clippers to make a select number of Clippers<br />

family passes available for library customers to<br />

check out for free. Passes are only valid for Sunday<br />

home games.<br />

Ten passes will be available at each of CML’s 23 locations<br />

beginning two weeks ahead of each Sunday<br />

home game at Huntington Park. Each pass is valid for<br />

up to two adults and four children 12 and under. Clippers<br />

family passes are available to check out for free<br />

with a library card on a first come, first serve basis.<br />

Passes will become available again ahead of the following<br />

Sunday home game. Tickets are good for bleacher,<br />

lawn or standing room sections.<br />

CML offers its cardholders free admission to select<br />

central Ohio cultural institutions. The Culture Pass program<br />

enables CML customers to borrow passes just as<br />

they would a book: using their library card. This onetime<br />

pass, which must be checked out in person, grants<br />

customers limited free access to institutions that would<br />

otherwise charge admission fees.<br />

CML piloted the program in 2018, offering Culture<br />

Passes to Franklin Park Conservatory and the Wexner<br />

Center for the Arts. Since then, CML has worked to expand<br />

the number of participating organizations.<br />

Participating cultural organizations:<br />

• Columbus Clippers: Passes available at all 23 CML<br />

locations.<br />

• Columbus Zoo and Aquarium: Passes available at<br />

Main Library and Barnett, Driving Park, Franklinton,<br />

Hilltop, Karl Road, Linden, Marion-Franklin, Martin<br />

Luther King, Northern Lights, Northside, Parsons,<br />

Shepard and Whitehall branches.<br />

• Franklin Park Conservatory: Passes available at<br />

Road projects<br />

Franklin County<br />

road projects this<br />

summer:<br />

•In Lockbourne,<br />

$382,165 in road<br />

improvements and<br />

truck turn around<br />

construction for<br />

Commerce Street,<br />

Vause Road, and<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> Road until<br />

October. Includes a<br />

42 day detour closure.<br />

•In Hamilton<br />

Township, $1.8 million<br />

roundabout<br />

construction,<br />

drainage, and<br />

street lighting improvements<br />

at<br />

Lockbourne Road at<br />

London-Groveport<br />

Road from July<br />

until October. Includes<br />

60 day detour<br />

closure.<br />

•In Madison Township/city<br />

of Columbus,<br />

$1.2 million for<br />

bridge replacement<br />

on <strong>Winchester</strong> Pike<br />

over Georges Creek<br />

from July to October.<br />

Includes 110<br />

day detour closure.<br />

Driving Park, Martin Luther King and Shepard<br />

branches.<br />

• National Veterans Memorial and Museum: Passes<br />

available at Main Library and Barnett, Franklinton,<br />

Martin Luther King and Parsons branches.<br />

• Ohio History Center: Passes available at CML’s<br />

Driving Park, Franklinton, Hilltop, Karl Road, Linden,<br />

Martin Luther King, Northern Lights and Northside<br />

branches.<br />

• Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art:<br />

Passes available at all 23 CML locations.<br />

• Wexner Center for the Arts: Passes available at all<br />

23 CML locations.<br />

The Culture Pass program offers each participating institution<br />

the opportunity to select which specific CML locations<br />

will offer their passes based on the neighborhoods<br />

and communities associated with their outreach, diversity<br />

and inclusion goals.<br />

Therefore, Culture Passes are only available for in-person<br />

customer checkout at the specific CML locations listed<br />

above. Culture Passes cannot be reserved like traditional<br />

library items. However, customers can check their availability<br />

at columbuslibrary.org by typing “Culture Pass”<br />

into the catalog search bar.<br />

Each participating organization offers their passes<br />

to CML and its customers for free. CML does not purchase<br />

passes as it does with traditional library materials.<br />

Each organization sets its own rules for how many<br />

individuals are covered under its passes and on which<br />

days the passes will be honored. Partner organizations<br />

also set the number of passes allotted to each designated<br />

CML location.<br />

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The Wigwam Restaurant - 4 South High St.<br />

Shade on the <strong>Canal</strong> - 19 South High St.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Library - 115 Franklin St.<br />

CW City Hall and Community Center – 45 E. Waterloo Street<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> School Adm. - 100 Washington St.<br />

Harvest Moon - 7 N. High St.<br />

Rex Barber Shop - 1 W. Waterloo<br />

Sunoco Gas Station - 501 W. Waterloo St.<br />

Panera - 685 W. Waterloo St.<br />

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First ursday<br />

The city of Groveport’s First Thursday<br />

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4677 Bixby Road. The event features food<br />

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kids’ craft tent and bounce house, a dog<br />

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Jack Middleton; and Aug. 4 - The Morning<br />

Lumber Co.<br />

There will be giveaways to the first 200<br />

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and Aug. 4 - travel bowl. For information<br />

call 614-836-3333.<br />

Special Olympics<br />

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contact Penny and Cassandra Hilty at<br />

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Photo courtesy of the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Area Historical Society<br />

The canal in CW<br />

Here’s a view from the early 20th century of the Ohio and Erie <strong>Canal</strong> in <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.<br />

The High Street bridge can be seen at the right and the canal is in the foreground<br />

in this view looking roughly northeast from approximately what is now<br />

Stradley Place Park.<br />

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