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August 14, 2022 www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XXXVII No. 35

Trinity Homecoming page 6

Mural pays homage to county’s communities

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Who wants to be bored in a board conference

room? No one!

Jonathan Mullins-Kimbler has succeeded

in bringing light and life—not to mention,

an outright sense of community—to an

8x25-foot wall in the conference room at the

Madison County Board of Developmental

Disabilities (MCBDD) office.

“Putting the color up there. Making it

bright. That was my favorite part. I just

need to make things lively,” said Jonathan,

22, an artist from London.

Earlier this year, MCBDD Superintendent

Susan Thompson commissioned

Jonathan to paint the mural that now

graces the conference room wall. She kept

her requirements for its look and content

simple.

“I wanted some color, and I wanted something

complimenting Madison County,” she

said.

Jonathan took those minimal guidelines

and ran with them. He decided to divide the

mural into four parts, one for each of the

county’s main towns—London, West Jefferson,

Mount Sterling and Plain City. He then

went about learning what makes each town

tick.

“I looked online,

visited to take pictures,

did research.

Then, I had to simplify

it and break it

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down to their staples—what

each city

is most proud of,” he

said. His father connected

him with

people from around

the county to fur-

London Mayor Patrick Closser (left) stands with artist Jonathan

Mullins-Kimbler by the London quadrant of a mural that adorns

the conference room at the Madison County Board of Developmental

Disabilities.

Mount Sterling Mayor Marci Darlington (right) stands with artist

Jonathan Mullins-Kimbler by the Mount Sterling quadrant of a

mural that adorns the conference room at the Madison County

Board of Developmental Disabilities.

Plain city Mayor Jody Carney (left) stands with artist Jonathan West Jefferson Mayor Ray Martin (right) stands with artist

Mullins-Kimbler by the Plain city quadrant of a mural that adorns Jonathan Mullins-Kimbler by the West Jefferson quadrant of a

the conference room at the Madison County Board of Developmental

mural that adorns the conference room at the Madison County

See MURAL page 3

Disabilities.

Board of Developmental Disabilities.

Brown tapped to fill school board vacancy

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Darryl Brown is back on the London school board.

Brown took the oath of office on Aug. 9, filling the

seat vacated by Ashli Carter on July 27. Brown previously

served on the board for eight years, six as president.

His last term ended Dec. 31, 2021. He did not seek

re-election at that time.

Brown initially threw his hat back in the ring when,

in June of this year, the board needed to fill a seat vacated

by long-time board member Jonathan Stahl who

moved out of the district. Stahl’s departure left one person,

Donovan Cooper, on the board with previous board

experience. The other three were newly elected in November

2021. Brown expressed interest in filling Stahl’s

seat as a way to bring someone else with experience to

the board.

The board interviewed nine candidates, including

Brown, and ultimately chose newcomer Lisa Reay to fill

Stahl’s seat. Reay was one of seven candidates who vied

for one of three full-term seats on the board in the November

2021 election. She finished one place shy at that

time.

When Carter resigned at the end of last month, the

board decided to pull from the pool of candidates they

interviewed for Stahl’s seat, rather than start over.

“We were comfortable with who was our

No. 2 at that time,” said Cooper regarding

Brown. “I’ve worked with Darryl in the past.

I know his heart is in it...He brings experience

to the table.”

During his previous time on the board,

Brown served as the school district’s representative

on the London Foundation board,

was a member of the district’s Business Advisory

Council, and served as the board’s liaison

to the London Academy. He remains

active with the London Music Boosters,

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Poker Run on Aug. 20

The 4th Annual Special Olympics Tour

for the Tigers is set for Aug. 20. Hosted by

American Legion Riders Post 105, the

event’s home base is the Madison County

Fairgrounds in London. A poker run, DDSR

Performance car show, and hawg roast are

planned.

For the poker run, registration runs from

10 a.m. to noon with kickstands up at noon.

Stops include: Mugs & Jugs, 1309 Old U.S.

Rte. 35 SE, Washington Court House; Dawg

Ugly, 121 Water St. South, Williamsport;

Blackwood’s, 13665 Era Rd., Mount Sterling;

Tavern 62, 9250 U.S. Rte. 62, Orient;

and back to the fairgrounds in London.

At the fairgrounds, the car show runs

from 2 to 5 p.m., followed by the hawg roast

at 6, and the Jackass Genius band playing

from 7 to 10 p.m. A bike contest, raffles, and

50/50 also are planned.

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Good food, good music, good times

The Rhythm & Rib Fest took place Aug. 5-6 in downtown London. – Messenger photos by Jeff Pfeil

Glen Williams, a new resident of London, is ready for

dinner with a rack of ribs from Off the Bone BBQ. Fries

and a cold beer rounded out the meal. Williams said

the ribs were delicious.

Carlos Hood moves a rack of ribs from one burner to another to add the barbecue

sauce along with barbecued chicken. Hood, who cooks for Big

Pappy’s BBQ, said the ribs had been cooking for about four hours.

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in the London

Kiwanis Club’s BBQ

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starting line.

London Mayor Patrick Closser sits on the

dunk tank for Dunk A Dignitary on Friday

evening. Proceeds benefited the London

Area Baseball Council.

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Finding their inner leaders

By Linda Dillman

Staff Writer

Students throughout Norwood Elementary are looking

for and finding the leader in themselves and others

as part of a year-long program.

Principal Sue Barte told school board members during

an Aug. 8 meeting that members of her Leader In

Me team worked throughout the summer on the 2022-

23 version of the leadership building endeavor.

“Norwood is proud to be a Leader In Me school,” said

teacher Thomas Ruane.

“Leader In Me is an evidence-based PK-12 model developed

in partnership with educators to build resiliency

and leadership in students to create a high trust

culture and help improve academic performance.”

The program is modeled on Seven Habits as described

by best-selling author Stephen Covey: be proactive;

begin with the end in mind; put first things first;

think win-win; seek first to understand, then to be understood;

synergize (value the ideas of others and work

well in teams); and sharpen the saw (take care of yourself

and help others).

Students are recognized throughout the school year

and honored for “being caught” as a leader.

MURAL

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VACANCY

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serving as announcer for the marching

band. Outside of his school connections, he

coaches the Tigers Special Olympics golf

team.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to come

back and help to guide the (school) district.

There are a lot of challenges the district is

facing, but I think they have a good plan

moving forward,” Brown said.

He said his goal is to continue finding

new ways for students to “find places where

they can grow into themselves,” such as

London Unlimited, athletics, clubs, the arts,

and earning college course credits.

Instructor Jessica Thompson said her action team

conducted a trio of events for students, reinforcing the

concepts of the leadership program. The first was a

cookie kit where the whole family created edible masterpieces

together.

Another project was participation in West Jefferson’s

Christmas Parade via a decorated school bus. For the

summer break, a plastic take-home bucket was filled

with items encouraging students to practice the seven

habits while away from school.

“We hope to have a haunted health care event in October,”

Thompson said.

Ruane said the staff also incorporates the habits into

the Norwood News broadcast internally throughout the

school. Older students also work together with their

younger peers on projects.

School board President Meg Hiss commended the

teachers and the program for conducting activities that

build a community within the school. Superintendent

William Mullett said what he really likes about Leader

In Me is that attention is focused on the whole child.

“The Leader In Me program has students build important

habits into their daily routines and into their

way of thinking and responding,” stated Ruane.

ther his research.

For the London quadrant, Jonathan incorporated images

of a strawberry for the Strawberry Festival, the

Choctaw Lake entrance sign, a car for the annual Cobra

Car Show, and the county courthouse.

The West Jefferson quadrant features an image of

town hall, a slice of pizza representing the village’s various

pizza restaurants, the Garrette Park sign, and a

bison in honor of the herd at Battelle-Darby Creek

Metro Park.

The Mount Sterling quadrant includes an image of

town hall, the Deer Creek State Park entrance sign, an

ice cream cone representing the Dairy Freeze, and a

horse representing the area’s horse farms.

For the Plain City quadrant, Jonathan went with a

pie to represent Der Dutchman restaurant, the clock

tower from the center of town, a buggy for the Mennonite

population, and farm equipment for the annual

Miami Valley Steam Threshers show.

Subtle nods to each town come in the form of school

colors used as backdrops for the iconic images. An outline

of Madison County and the letters MCBDD sit in

the center of the mural.

“Even though it was months in the planning, it took

less than a month to put it up,” Jonathan said of painting

the mural. He projected his drawings onto the wall,

making it much easier to complete the project.

“I think he did an amazing job. He took an idea and

ran with it. I am so pleased with it,” said Thompson,

who invited the mayors from each of the towns to pose

for pictures with Jonathan and their respective portions

of the mural.

Jonathan, who has autism, appreciates the work

MCBDD does. He has received help with work and life

skills through MCBDD. In turn, the agency appreciates

Jonathan’s artistic skills. The board room mural isn’t

his first commission for the organization. He also

painted the mural in MCBDD’s main lobby a few years

ago.

“We reached out to Jonathan because he does such a

good job,” Thompson said.

Jonathan’s artistic bent started at a young age.

“I’ve drawn all my life but slowly have gotten more

and more professional,” he said, noting that he graduated

from Tolles Career & Technical Center in 2019 in

graphic design. His home school was Madison-Plains.

Jonathan is active in the London Visual Arts Guild,

and his work has appeared in exhibitions at the London

Arts Center. He also has had work on display in Art &

Soul, an annual exhibit in Dayton that showcases the

artwork of people with disabilities. This year, his entry

was named Curator’s Choice.

Brown is a senior attorney at Wright-

Patterson Air Force Base. He earned his law

degree from The Ohio State University. He

is entering his 37th year of federal service

in the U.S. Air Force. He spent 22 of those

years in uniform, including active duty from

1986 to 1998 and reservist duty from 1998

to 2007.

Brown will serve on the school board

through the end of 2023 at which time the

remaining two years of the unexpired term

will be up for grabs in the November 2023

election. Brown said he does not know at

this time if he will run for election for the

remainder of the term.

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What three books would you take to the future?

I love old science fiction movies, especially

“The Time Machine.”

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with him while we watched Mr. Wells crawl

travel into the future.

small human population–the Eloi.

both the beneficial and lethal potential of

into his Victorian-adorned time sled and

In my youth, I appreciated the wonder of

Coupled with a publication focused on

herbs and plants, a time traveler would be

places

Linda Dillman

but it was not until I was much older that I

realized the deeper meaning of the movie’s

concepts and their moral implications.

One in particular haunts me.

At the end of the movie, when Wells

crawls back into his device and takes an implied

one-way trip to reunite with Weena–

a perceived Eloi paramour from the distant

future–his friend discovers Wells took

three books with him.

His housekeeper has no idea which ones

her former employer selected. The inventor’s

friend asks her what books she would

take to a future where society has to reinvent

itself…again.

Every time I watch the movie, I ask myself

the same question, and I always have

the same two answers—a copy of “Gray’s

Anatomy” and a book on herbal medicine—

but the third has eluded me over time.

“Gray’s Anatomy”–no, not a printed version

of the television show–is a comprehensive

reference book of human anatomy first

published in 1858 and regularly updated,

that is still considered a doctor’s bible 168

years later.

Even with a rudimentary knowledge of

medicine, the book would be invaluable in a

world where the previous highest form of intelligence

was possessed by animal-like underground

dwellers who preyed upon a

the gadgetry and the menace of the Morlocks,

nesses and natural ways to treat them using

only the plants at hand.

The two books could be the difference between

survival and death for a person coming

from a time where modern medicine

cured ills and extended lifespans.

As for my third selection, ideas have

come and gone over the years.

At one point, I felt an atlas of the world

could be very beneficial. I could share

knowledge of continents and countries,

oceans and seas, and what is located at the

top and bottom of the world with the Eloi.

Then I thought about the turmoil over

thousands of years that brought humanity

to a completely different place in time. How

much destruction occurred over the span of

hundreds of thousands of years? How were

land masses impacted?

My world was gone and if only as a history

lesson, what good would an atlas now

serve? My third book had to earn its weight

if it traveled with me into the future.

I contemplated a book on world religions

but nixed that idea, as well. I did not think

introducing foreign doctrine or my own religious

bias into a life where survival was a

day-to-day struggle was the right thing to

do.

Unlike cultures that feared the darkening

skies of an eclipse or blamed famine on

two steps ahead in ferreting out injuries, ill-

a god unhappy with its people, I still knew

enough about science that I could share my

knowledge and did not need to depend on a

book to dispel myths.

For a very long time, I felt a book on the

history of civilization, from the discoveries

at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey to launching a

stairway to the stars, would help me set the

groundwork for rebuilding a society.

I’ve always believed in the adage that

those who do not learn from history are

doomed to repeat it.

Since the Eloi were childlike and previously

depended on the Morlocks for their

daily sustenance–in actuality the Morlocks

were fattening them up like cattle–I am

now of the opinion that a book on sustainable

gardening and farming would be a

clever idea.

A book like that would be beneficial in establishing

a way of life–a way of living in a

new world where not only I, but my new

companions, as well, were starting from

scratch. A very fitting third selection from

my library as I hurried out the door to the

future.

How about you? What three books would

you take on your journey? Think hard–

your life could depend upon your choices.

Linda Dillman is a Messenger staff writer.

Lions Club announces contest winners

The London Lions Club held a cash raffle

and children’s coloring contest during London’s

Rhythm & Rib Fest Aug. 5-6.

For the 300-ticket cash raffle, Olivia C.

won the $750 grand prize. Gary S. won the

second prize of $500, and Anita L. won the

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The raffle drawing and coloring contest

winners were announced at the London

Arts Center on Aug. 7. The winning coloring

contest entries can be viewed on the London

Ohio Lions Facebook page. The color sheets

for the 10 finalists are on display at the London

Arts Center, E. First St., through the

month of August.

During the Festival, the Lions also collected

$103 in donations to benefit the

Merri-Mac Park Miracle project.

The London Lions want to thank everyone

who stopped by the booth and supported

the London Lions and their service projects.

Special thanks to London Public Library

and the London Arts Center, as well as local

businesses: Yes & Amen, Eades Insurance,

Dairy Queen, Casey’s General Store, and

Wilson Printing.

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LAMBERT

Delores Anne (Refitt) Lambert was a kind and loving wife,

mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She went to be with her

beloved husband on July 17, 2022, at age 84. Delores was born to

Harriet and Dewey Reffit on Jan. 30, 1938.

She grew up in Columbus, Ohio, with five siblings. Her family

moved to London where she graduated from London High School in

1955. She met her husband, Dallas, in 1957 at work. Delores and

Dallas married on Feb. 1, 1958. Delores and Dallas had three children,

Donna, Denise, and Dallas. Delores loved watching old

movies, football, and spending time with her family. She enjoyed

attending London Church of Christ and spending time at the Madison

County Senior Citizens Center. When she was younger, she enjoyed

vacationing with family and friends, especially her yearly

trips to Branson, Missouri.

Delores is survived by: her daughters, Donna Lambert and

Denise (Michael) Knisley and son, Dallas Lambert; sisters, Jane

Conley, Donna Vickers, and Connie Riegel; brother, Jim Dillion;

grandchildren, Caleb (Jennifer) Lambert, Carrick Duffey, Kaelan

Duffey, Michael Knisley II, Adam Lambert, Kate Lambert; and

great-grandchildren, Autumn Lambert, Josie Lambert, and Hudson

Brown.

Delores was preceded in death by: her mother, Harriet (Mc-

Claskie) Reffit; father, Dewey Reffit; step-father, Willis Dillion; her

loving husband of 63 years, Dallas Lambert; brother, Elmer Reffit;

and sister, Gloria Myles.

Calling hours were held on July 24 and a funeral service took

place on July 25, both at Lynch Family Funeral Home & Cremation

Service, London. Pastor Gary Cotto officiated. Interment followed

at Kirkwood Cemetery, London.

BEATHARD

Zane Michael Beathard, 40, of London died on Aug. 1, 2022, after

a courageously fought battle with cancer. Zane was born on June

17, 1982, in Columbus, Ohio, the son of William and Johnda (Beekman)

Beathard.

Zane was a 2000 graduate of London High School and received

his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University. Zane was a

deputy for the Madison County Sheriff's Department where he

served the county for over 11 years. Zane cherished his family and

was always proud to be the ringleader amongst his six children.

Zane is survived by: his loving wife of six years, Alicia (Steele)

Beathard; sons, Zaviar, Zaxtan, Zaydan, Zarak, Zawyar and

Zraikan; siblings, Ashley (Tim) Winebrenner and Erica (Rob) Butler;

grandma, Alice Lipps; grandpa, John Beekman; nieces and

nephews, Natalie, Hailey, Bentley, Mollie, and Lincoln Winebrenner

and Robbie Butler and Lachlan and Laina Steele; mother-inlaw,

Eva Steele (Mike Terry); brother-in-law, Todd (Jessica) Steele;

Ed and Joan Birmele; numerous great-aunts, great-uncles, aunts,

uncles, and cousins.

Zane was preceded in death by: his grandparents, Maurice and

Nancy Beathard; Glenn Lipps; uncle, Lane, and aunt, Marlene

Beekman; aunt, Dawn Beathard; cousin, Shannon Beathard; Bill

Birmele; numerous great-aunts, great-uncles, and cousins.

The family received friends at St. Patrick Church, London, on

Aug. 4. A Mass of Christian Burial, officiated by Father Michael

Hiterschied and concelebrated by Father Joe Yokum, was celebrated

at St. Patrick Church on Aug. 5. Interment followed in St.

Patrick Cemetery, London.

Monetary contributions may be made in Zane’s memory to a fund

he created for his children’s college education.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Lynch Family Funeral

Home & Cremation Service. Condolences may be shared at

www.lynchfamilyfuneralhome.com.

WHITESIDE

Suellen Kay Whiteside, 62, of West Jefferson, Ohio, passed away

peacefully and surrounded by her family on Aug. 3, 2022, after a

long battle with Huntington’s Disease.

Suellen was born on May 30, 1960, in Wilmington, Ohio, to

Wanda (Ogle) and Kenneth Higgins. Valedictorian of her 1978

Madison-Plains High School class, she also graduated summa cum

laude from the Ohio State University and later taught at Madison-

Rural Elementary.

Suellen loved classic movies, rock music, and devoured literature

of every kind. She was a diligent genealogist for the family, a dominating

Trivial Pursuit player, and a lifelong beauty. More than

anything, she dedicated her life to her children and grandchildren.

Suellen is survived by: her children, Kent Whiteside, Lark

(Matthew) Ashley, Chase Whiteside, Jill (Adam) Whiteside, Veronica

Fowle and Elizabeth Fowle; her grandchildren, Skylar, Xander,

Alden, Oliver, and Roger; her mother; brothers, Scott (Brenda) Higgins,

Andy (Penny) Higgins, and Kerry (Diana) Higgins; and many

nephews, nieces, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her father.

Visitation and the funeral service were held Aug. 9 at Eberle-

Fisher Funeral Home, London. Burial followed at Pleasant Cemetery,

Mount Sterling, Ohio.

Memorial donations may be made to the Huntington’s Disease

Society of America at hdsa.org.

Condolences for the family may be shared at www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.

AMLING

Barbara Helen (McMillan) Amling, 97, died on Aug. 4, 2022. She

was born on April 15, 1925, to Orville Dewey and Stella (Garrison)

McMillan in Ashland County, Ohio. She graduated from New London

High School in 1943 and went on to Ohio State University

where she majored in nursing and graduated with her BSN in 1947.

On March 15,1947, she married her college sweetheart, Warren

Eugene Amling, who also graduated in 1947 with a degree in veterinary

medicine. After living in Ann Arbor, Mich., and Warren’s

hometown of Pana, Ill., they moved to London, Ohio, in 1956. They

raised their family in London, where they both were very active in

the community. Barbara served on the board of the Madison County

Hospital and was also a longtime volunteer at the hospital which is

now Madison Health. She was a 20-year volunteer with Meals on

Wheels.

Barbara was a life member of the OSU Alumni Association, the

Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary, The Coover Society

and an avid bridge player. In 1973, she began working as a public

health nurse at the Madison County Health Department and retired

in 1986. Barbara was a longtime member of St. John’s

Lutheran Church and currently attended Trinity Episcopal Church.

She was predeceased by: her parents; her husband, Warren; son,

Michael D. Amling; daughter-in-law, Carol Amling; and grandsonin-law,

Jamey Shiffer. She is survived by: her children, Timothy

(Dorothy) Amling, Babs Amling (Scott LaVange), Patrick (Kathy)

Amling, and daughter-in-law, Karen Amling;

as well as, grandchildren Dorrian Amling,

Heidi Amling Shiffer, Sarah Amling,

Elizabeth Amling, and great-granddaughters,

Camille and Claire Shiffer. She is also

survived by brother-in-law, Jim (Carol) Amling,

and many nieces, nephews, and their

families.

The family received friends at Lynch

Family Funeral Home on Aug. 9, 2022. A

memorial service was held on Aug. 10 at

Trinity Episcopal Church with Father

George Glazier presiding. Interment followed

at Kirkwood Cemetery. Gifts to honor

Barbara’s memory may be made to the following:

Trinity Episcopal Church, 10 E.

Fourth St., London, OH 43140; St. John's

Lutheran Church, 380 Keny Blvd., London,

OH 43140; or Madison Health Foundation,

210 N. Main St., London, OH 43140.

Funeral services were entrusted to

Lynch Family Funeral Home and Cremations

Services, London.

REEVES

Al Reeves, 84, born on June 24, 1938,

died on Aug. 6, 2022, at his home in South

Vienna, Ohio. He was a son of Maudie Ethel

(Leming) Reeves and James Delmar

Reeves.

Al was a U.S. Army veteran, proudly

serving his country from 1957 to 1960. He

was a commander at VFW Post 1176 and facilitated

the construction of a new building

in London, Ohio.

He spent his lifetime as a self-employed

contractor, working in construction, and

was the owner and operator of Reeves

Trucking.

Al and his family loved and built race

cars, racing in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan,

Florida, and Pennsylvania.

He is survived by: his beloved wife of 62

years, Sue (Unger) Reeves; children, James

Allen (Lynn) Reeves, Richard Ray (Dusty)

Reeves, and Karen Sue Reeves Miller; eight

grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren;

three sisters and one sister-in-law;

several nieces and nephews; and many racing

friends and family.

Al was preceded in death by his parents,

three brothers, four sisters, and two grandchildren.

A funeral service was held on Aug. 10,

2022, at the Faith Assembly Worship Center,

London, with Pastor Jerry Poff officiating.

Interment followed in South Vienna

Cemetery.

The family requests memorials in Al’s

name be sent to your local county’s D.A.R.E

program or to the Wounded Warrior Project,

https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org.

The family was served by Eberle-Fisher

Funeral Home and Crematory, London.

Condolences may be shared at www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.

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Fitzgeralds will lead Trinity Homecoming parade

By Kristy Zurbrick

Madison Editor

Candy and Tom Fitzgerald met on a

blind double-date the night before Tom, an

Army man, left to serve in Vietnam. Candy

wrote letters to Tom every day that he was

overseas, even sending him a dating questionnaire,

which he filled out and returned.

“I really feel we got to know each other in

that short period of time,” Candy said.

Apparently, they were a match. On Aug.

2 of this year, the couple celebrated their

52nd wedding anniversary. And on Aug. 20,

they will be celebrated for their dedication

to church, family and community as they

serve as parade grand marshals at the Trinity

United Methodist Church Annual Homecoming

in Lilly Chapel.

“I grew up on the corner right across

from the church,” said Tom who has been a

member of Trinity United Methodist since

he was 12 years old.

Candy grew up in Frazeysburg, Ohio,

later moving to Columbus to stay at a

Methodist boarding house while she attended

Bliss College for secretarial training.

With the exception of a few years, the

Fitzgeralds have lived their married lives a

stone’s throw from the church and where

Tom grew up. From the back of their home

on Lilly Chapel-Georgesville Road, they can

see the property where they raised their

family. Tom likes to joke that, from his

childhood home to his current abode, he hasn’t

gotten very far.

While the Fitzgeralds have stayed put

geographically, they have traveled far in

terms of exploring and enjoying what life

has to offer. They are extremely proud of

their children—Kelly (Jerry) Wolf, William

(Julie) Fitzgerald, and Ben Fitzgerald—and

their grandchildren, Hunter, Forest, Blade,

Ally, Paige, Kendall, Kaden and Jonas.

“They are really the most wonderful part

of our 52 years together,” Candy said.

“My grandkids schedule my entertainment,”

Tom added, referring to their many

athletic, musical and other activities which

he makes every effort to attend.

Candy retired from Sears as a secretary.

She also worked as a mutuel clerk at Scioto

Downs, taking race bets, and bartended a

good bit over the years. Tom worked as a

cable repairman for Ohio Bell for 28.5 years.

Since then, he has done part-time work as a

surveyor, helped out at a cement company,

delivered wine, and made wine display

racks. He currently puts in a few hours each

week for a vending company.

“It hasn’t been boring,” Candy said, as

much about their lives in general as about

their work lives.

That includes their connections to the

church. Candy joined Trinity United

Trinity UMC of Lilly Chapel

38th Annual Homecoming

135 Years - Everything is possible with God

Saturday, August 20, 2022

♦ Schedule of Events ♦

11am .......................................TrinityHomecoming Parade

Tom & Candy Fitzgerald, Grand Marshals

Featuring the Madison Plains High School Marching Band

1pm.................................................Kiddie Pedal Pull

Sponsored by Tri-Green Equipment

2:15-3:45pm........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ladies of Longford, Irish Music

4:15-5:45pm.........................................Muleskinner Band

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

Ross Horney and Rob Hines, Auctioneers

GOOD FOOD SERVED ALL DAY!

Crafts ♦ Goodies Tent ♦ Dunk Tank ♦ Face Painting ♦ Bake Sale

CRAFTERS & PARADE PARTICIPANTS WELCOME!

For info Call: Trinity UMC (614) 879-8007 or Connie Ballah (614) 329-8199 or Sandy Conner (614) 774-3547

Spend the day in Lilly Chapel

for Country & Family fun!

Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick

Tom and Candy Fitzgerald have been named grand marshals of the Trinity United

Methodist Church Homecoming parade.

Methodist when she married Tom.

“It was very much like the Methodist

church I grew up in. Everybody knew each

other,” she said. “It’s always felt like home

to me.”

Candy served as the church secretary for

a while and is active in the United Methodist

Women. Tom served on the administrative

board for years and now serves as a trustee.

“We’ve got a good group,” he said of the

trustees. “We’re all retired. There are a lot

of different talents—tinkering and fixing

things, working with electronics, wood

working. We do just about anything.”

For being a small church, the congregation

stays busy, serving not only their own

but the community at large.

“And it’s not because we want people to

notice. It’s just what we do,” Tom said.

One of those things the church does is

host the annual homecoming which features

a parade, children’s activities, live music,

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Tom enjoys seeing former church

members show up to reconnect with friends.

Tom also gets a kick out of watching a

law enforcement officer direct traffic for the

parade, something that doesn’t happen any

other time of year in tiny Lilly Chapel.

“It’s the highlight of the year,” he joked.

This year, he and Candy will experience

that highlight from a different perspective

as the parade honorees.

The 2022 Lilly Chapel Homecoming parade

steps off at 11 a.m. Aug. 20.

See wildflowers

on guided bike

ride along trail

The Madison Soil & Water Conservation

District is leading a bicycle ride on Aug. 20

to view wildflowers along the Ohio to Erie

Trail. At pit stops along the trail, riders will

learn about local flora and fauna, history,

and conservation practices.

The ride starts at 8 a.m. at the Prairie

Grass Trailhead, 262 W. High St., London,

and extends southwest to the Madison-

Clark county border. After the official ride

ends, riders are welcome to head onto South

Charleston or return back to London.

Bring your helmet, water and an inquisitive

mind. Contact Broc Sehen at

broc.sehen@oh.nacdnet.net or (740) 852-

4003 for details.


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Phone: (850) 422-2520 - Fax: (850) 422-2567

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS,

SPOUSES AND ASSIGNS AND THE UNKNOWN GUARDIANS OF MINOR AND/OR

INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF ELLA A. ROBINSON, DECEASED, whose last known

addresses are unknown and all of whose residences are unknown, will hereby

take notice that on March 22nd, 2022, filed its Complaint in the Common Pleas

Court of Madison County, Ohio, being Case No. CVE 20220056 in said Court

against THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRA-

TORS, SPOUSES AND ASSIGNS AND THE UNKNOWN GUARDIANS OF MINOR

AND/OR INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF ELLA A. ROBINSON, DECEASED, et al. praying

for Judgment of 42,572.90 with interest at the rate of 4.75000 per annum from

03/31/2017, until paid and for foreclosure of a mortgage on the following

described real estate, to wit:

PARCEL NO. 28-00073.000

STREET ADDRESS: 7201 Cleveland Street, South Solon, OH 43153

A COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PARCEL MAY BE OBTAINED FROM

THE COUNTY AUDITOR.

and that Defendants be required to set up any interest they may have in said

premises or be forever barred, that upon failure of said Defendants to pay or

cause to be paid said Judgment within three days from its rendition that an Order

of Sale be issued to the Sheriff of Madison County, Ohio, to appraise, advertise,

and sell said real estate, that the premises be sold free and clear of all claims, liens

and interest of any parties herein, that the proceeds from the sale of said premises

be applied to Plaintiff’s Judgment and for such other relief to which Plaintiff is

entitled.

Said Defendant(s) will take notice that they will be required to answer said

Complaint on or before the 11th day of September, 2022 or judgment will be

rendered accordingly.

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

Plaintiff

MM JULY 31, AUGUST 7 & 14, 2022

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 22230014

Summons By Publication

In the Matter of

Mn S (F)

Alleged Dependent Child

To: Christina Dunston, LKA 2764 Old US Highway 40 NW

London, OH 43140

Adam Stacy, LKA 3687 Swisher Rd., Urbana, OH 43078

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

Madison County Children Services, alleging dependency of Mn S

(F), DOB 07/16/2009, pursuant to O.R.C. 2151.04. A pretrail hearing

has been scheduled at the Madison County Juvenile Court, 1

North Main Street, London, OH 43140, on Monday, August 15,

2022, at 2:30 p.m., and adjudication hearing on Monday, August

29, 2022, at 2:00 p.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

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Common Pleas Court, Madison County

The Ohio Valley Bank Company,

Successor in Interest to

The Milton Banking Company, Plaintiff

vs.

Darrell S. Cooper, et al., Defendants

Case No. CVE 20220066

Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, and Next of

Kin of Barbara Jean Cooper, all of whose

residences are unknown and cannot by reasonable

diligence be ascertained, (collectively,

“Defendants”) will take notice that on June 21,

2022, The Ohio Valley Bank Company, Successor

in Interest to The Milton Bank Company (“Plaintiff”)

filed the First Amended Complaint for

Foreclosure of Mortgage and Certificate of

Judgment and Possession of Secured Collateral

in the Madison County Common Pleas Court,

One North Main Street, London, Ohio 43140, in

Case Number CVE 20220066, against Defendants

where the object and demand for relief is

to foreclose the lien of Plaintiff’s Mortgage

recorded upon the following described real

estate, to wit: 85 North London Street, Mt.

Sterling, Ohio 43143, and being more fully

described in the Mortgage recorded December

14, 2012 in Book 283, Page 626-640, Madison

County Recorder’s Office.

All of the above named Defendants are required

to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after

last publication, which shall be published once

a week for three consecutive weeks, or they

might be denied a hearing in this case.

Dates of Publication: August 14, 21 & 28, 2022

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MADISON COUNTY OHIO

PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff

vs.

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEE, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, SPOUSES AND

ASSIGNS, AND THE UNKNOWN GUARDIANS OF MINOR AND OR INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF

HAROLD EDWARD FOLLROD, DECEASED; TAMMANY ADAMS;

UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TAMMANY ADAMS

Case No. CV 20220060

Judge Eamon Costello

LEGAL NOTICE FOR SERVICE OF PUBLICATION

The Court finds that the service of summons cannot be made other than by publication on

Defendant(s):

THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEE, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, SPOUSES AND

ASSIGNS, AND THE UNKNOWN GUARDIANS OF MINOR AND OR INCOMPETENT HEIRS OF

HAROLD EDWARD FOLLROD, DECEASED; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF TAMMANY ADAMS; TAMMANY

ADAMS; whose last known place of residence is/are: Address(s) Unknown.

Each Defendant will take notice that on March 25, 2022, Plaintiff filed a Complaint for Foreclosure

in the Madison County Court of Common Pleas, 1 N. Main Street / P.O. Box 557, London, OH

43140, being CVE 2022 0060 alleging that there is due to Plaintiff the sum of $50,839.88 plus

interest at per annum form December 1, 2020, plus late charges, pre-payment penalties, title

charges, court costs and expenses as applicable to the terms of the Promissory Note secured

by a mortgage on the real property, which has a street address of 1925 Cumberland St , London,

OH 43140 and being permanent parcel number 0500326000.

Plaintiff further alleged that by a reason of default in payment of said Promissory Note, the

conditions of said Mortgage have been broken and the same has become absolute.

Parcel number: 0500326000

Property address: 1925 Cumberland St., London, OH 43140

The Defendant(s) named above are required to answer and assert any interest in said property

or be forever barred from asserting any interest therein, and to raise any defense to foreclosure

of said mortgage, the marshalling of liens, the sale of said real property. Said Defendant(s) are

required to file an Answer within twenty-eight days after last date of publication, which shall

be published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing

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LEGAL NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Madison County

Commissioners are considering vacating the 4th

Alley between Lots # 6 – 7 and Lots # 11 – 12 off of

Lilly Chapel – Georgesville Road, in the Gierich’s Addition

to the unincorporated village of Gilroy, now

known as Lilly Chapel, Fairfield Township, Madison

County, Ohio.

The hearing for this vacation is scheduled for Tuesday

August 30th at 11:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’

Office, Courthouse, 1 North Main Street, London,

Ohio 43140. All interested parties are hereby notified

of their right to attend.

Katie Wiseman

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Madison County Commissioners

Madison County, Ohio

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Date of Notice: August 14, 2022

Name and address of facility:

Fine Oak Farms, LLC

3180 Davis Road

London, Ohio 43140

Name and address of applicant:

Fine Oak Farms, LLC

3180 Davis Road

London, Ohio 43140

Fine Swine, LLC

5170 Blazer Parkway

Dublin, Ohio 43012

PUBLIC NOTICE

In accordance with OAC rule 901:10-6-01, public notice is hereby given that the Ohio Department

of Agriculture (ODA) is accepting comments on a draft Permit to Install (PTI) and a draft Permit to

Operate (PTO) for the existing facility called “Fine Oak Farms, LLC” which is located at 3180 Davis

Road, London, Ohio 43140 in Madison County, Union Township in the Lower Scioto Watershed. If

the final permits are issued, the PTO would be valid for five years and the PTI would be valid for

two years.

A copy of the draft permits can be obtained by submitting a public records request using the

following link: https://agri.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/oda/divisions/legal-office/public-records-site-area.

Any person may submit written comments and/or request a public meeting on the draft permits.

A request for a public meeting must be in writing and shall state the nature of the issues to be

raised at the public meeting. Comments and/or public meeting requests must be received by the

DLEP office no later than 5 p.m. on September 13, 2022. Comments can either be mailed to the

Ohio Department of Agriculture, Division of Livestock Environmental Permitting, 8995 East Main

Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068 or emailed to lepp@agri.ohio.gov. Comments received after this

date will not be considered. A public meeting will be held when required by OAC 901:10-6-04(C)

and may be held where authorized by OAC 901:10-6-01(D). Persons have a right to provide a written

or oral statement for the record at the public meeting, if a meeting is scheduled.

The Division of Livestock Environmental Permitting maintains an “interested parties” list for each

Ohio county as well as a statewide list for notification of all draft permits. If you would like to be

added to either or both lists, please send a request to lepp@agri.ohio.gov or call 614-387-0470

MM AUGUST 14, 2022

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

PROBATE DIVISION, JUVENILE COURT

Case No. 22230015

Summons By Publication

In the Matter of

Tt B (M)

Alleged Dependent Child

To: Christina Dunston, LKA 2764 Old US Highway 40 NW

London, OH 43140

Truett Barnes, Sr. LKA 2710 Old US Highway 40 NW,

London, OH 43140

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

Madison County Children Services, alleging dependency of Tt B

(M), DOB 07/13/2017, pursuant to O.R.C. 2151.04. A pretrail hearing

has been scheduled at the Madison County Juvenile Court, 1

North Main Street, London, OH 43140, on Monday, August 15,

2022, at 2:30 p.m., and adjudication hearing on Monday, August

29, 2022, at 2:00 p.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 14, 2022

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PROBATE COURT OF

MADISON COUNTY, OHIO

CHRISTOPHER J. BROWN,

JUDGE

IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME

OF

Nicholas Andrew Lamp, III

to

Nicholas Andrew Schopp

Case No. 20226038

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

CHANGE OF NAME

[R.C. 2717.01]

Applicant hereby gives notice to all

interested persons that the applicant

has filed an Application for

Change of Name in the Probate

Court of Madison County, Ohio,

requesting the change of name of

Nicholas Andrew Lamp III to

Nicholas Andrew Schopp. The

hearing on the application will be

held on the 15th day of September,

2022, at 1:30 o’clock P.M. in the

Probate Court of Madison County,

located at 1 North Main Street,

London, Ohio 43140.

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London, OH

Bids Due: 12:00 pm local time, September 9, 2022; through the State’s electronic bidding system

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EDGE Participation Goal: 5.0% of contract

Domestic steel use is required per ORC 153.011.

Contract:

General Trades

Total General Trades Alternates

And any proper combination submitted on electronic Bid Form

Pre-bid Meeting: August 25, 2022, 9:30 am – 11:00 am, London Correctional Institution, Training

Education Center Building, 1560 State Route 56, London, OH 43140. BIDDERS MUST REGISTER

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xLegal Notices

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

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice,

including any additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting

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

obtained at: https://epa.ohio.gov/actions or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA,

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

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

Final Issuance of Revocation of Permit-To-Install and Operate

Armaly Brands LLC

110 W First St, London, OH 43140

ID #: RVK05200

Date of Action: 08/03/2022

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City Of London Is Accepting Sealed

Bids For Hauling

Sealed proposals will be received by the Chairman

of the Board of Public Utilities Office,

20 South Walnut, London, Ohio 43140, until

10:00a.m. On Friday August 19, 2022 and

publicly opened and read at that hour and place.

The bid shall be for a contract with the City of

London to provide compaction equipment,

hauling to landfill, state and local fees for the

solid waste received at the transfer station to be

operated at the current London Transfer site.

Copies of the bidding documents are available

for inspection by prospective bidders at the

Board of Public Utilities Office.

Each bid shall specify the monthly rental for the

compaction equipment, transportation cost and

landfill cost of the compacted solid waste to an

approved landfill. The contract will be awarded

no later than September 15, 2022. The operation

shall begin no later than October 1, 2022

Each bid shall be accompanied by a bid bond or

certified check payable to the City of London in

the amount of $1,000.00

The City reserves the right to reject any and all

bids.

Board of Public Utilities City of London, Ohio

Marcus Vest, Chairman

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this publication. In order

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some advertisers do

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but rather supply the

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NOTICE OF LEGISLATION PASSED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONDON, OHIO

Noce is hereby given to the passage of the following ordinances or resoluons

of the London City Council. The complete text of each ordinance or resoluon

may be obtained or viewed at the offices of the City Law Director or the City

Auditor at 20 South Walnut Street, London, Ohio, or online at the London City

website: www.londonohio.gov

Ordinance 152­22 ­ An Ordinance amending secon 1040 of the Codified

Ordinances

Date of passage: 8/4/2022

Ordinance 153­22 ­ An Ordinance to increase the municipal income tax by forty

hundredths of one present (0.40%) per annum for a connuing period of me,

commencing January 1, 2023, of which increase (I) one quarter of one percent

(0.25%) per annum shall be used for the purposes of providing funds to pay costs

of acquiring, construcng, furnishing, equipping, improving, maintaining, and

repairing municipal fire department facilies, to pay general operang expenses of

the fire department facilies, and to pay any expenses and debt service charges for

the debt incurred in connecon therewith, and (II) fieen hundredths of one percent

(0.15%) per annum shall be used for the purposes of providing funds to pay costs

of acquiring, construcng, furnishing, equipping, improving, maintaining and

repairing municipal police department facilies, to pay general operang expenses

of the police department and to pay any expenses and debt service charges for debt

incurred in connecon therewith, and declaring an emergency

Date of passage: 8/4/2022

Resoluon 154­22 ­ A Resoluon to place the issue of increasing the municipal

income tax by forty hundredths of one percent (0.40%) per annum for a connuing

period of me as provided in Ordinance No. 153­22, on ballot at the elecon to be

held on November 8, 2022, and direcng the Board of Elecons of Madison County,

Ohio to conduct such elecon, and declaring an emergency

Date of passage: 8/4/2022

Amy Rees

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xEmployment

City of London

Board of Public Utilities

20 S. Walnut St. Suite 104, London, Ohio 43140

Phone (740) 852-1867 Fax (740) 852-7032

The City of London Board of Public Utilities is accepting applications for

the position of Wastewater Operator or Wastewater Assistant Operator

beginning 8:00AM, August 5, 2022 until 4:00PM, August 19, 2022 (or

until filled).

Applications and the job description may be downloaded from the City

of London website at www.londonohio.gov.

Requirements:

The employee works under the direct supervision of the Lead Operator

and the Wastewater Superintendent. Normal working hours are Monday

through Friday, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Employment applications can be

found on the city's website at

http://www.londonohio.gov/current-open-positions.

Wastewater Operator: $22.85- $27.81 per hour (for Class I or higher

Ohio EPA wastewater license)

Assistant Wastewater Operator: $18.77-$22.85 per hour (no Ohio

EPA wastewater license)

(NOTE: Any individual hired as an Assistant Wastewater Operator will

be required to obtain a Class I Ohio EPA Wastewater license within two

years to continue employment.)

To return your application:

• Mail to City of London, Attention: Richard Duncan at 20 S. Walnut

Street, Suite 104, London, Ohio 43140

• Email to rduncan@londonohio.gov

• Place it in the BPU drop box at the south side of 20 S. Walnut Street in

a sealed envelope with "Attention Richard Duncan" written on the

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DATED SALES

HUGE YARD SALE

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xClassified Services

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Clothes Closet

United Church, 30 E. Columbus St.,

Mount Sterling, is hosting a giveaway 9

a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 25-27, weather permitting.

The Clothes Closet is located in the garage

behind the church. All are welcome. Available

items include clothes for men, women

and children, as well as miscellaneous

household items. Social distancing is required.

Masks are optional for those who

are fully vaccinated. Hand sanitizer will be

available. Bags are provided. For details,

call Kathy Endres at (740) 869-3755 or

Mary Alkire at (740) 604-1213.

London High School Reunion

A reunion for London High School’s

Classes of 1959, 1960, 1961, and 1962 is

planned for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The classes

will be introduced at half-time of the high

school football game on Sept. 30. Festivities

on Oct. 1 will take place from 12 to 5 p.m.

in the Coughlin Community Center at the

Madison County Fairgrounds, 205 Elm St.

Dress is casual. A deejay will play tunes.

Free pizza for everyone; bring your own

drinks and containers for drinks. RSVP by

Aug. 15 with your name, number attending,

and any directory corrections (address, cell

phone number, email) to: Joyce Blake, 2166

Victoria Park Dr., Columbus, OH 43235,

(614) 451-5193, jblake30@columbus.rr.com.

Madison-Plains Alumni

The Madison-Plains Alumni Association

will host their first all-alumni banquet on

Sept. 17 in the Della Selsor Building on the

Madison County Fairgrounds, 205 Elm St.,

London. Tickets are $45 per person. Reservations

are due by Sept. 1. Social hour

starts at 6 p.m. Dinner starts at 7 p.m.

Send payment and RSVP to: Madison-

Plains Alumni, P.O. Box 632, London, OH

43140. Or Zelle to (740) 506-4025 and put

MPHS. Also, send your name, year graduated,

and whether you were in the Armed

Forces or a Madison-Plains teacher in an

email to mphsalumniassoc@gmail.com.

Soil and Water Meeting

The Madison Soil and Water Conservation

District monthly board meeting for August

will be held a week later than usual at

8 a.m. Aug. 17 in the Madison County Engineer’s

Office conference room, 825 U.S.

Hwy. NE, London. The public is welcome.

Developmental Disabilities

Board Meeting

The Madison County Board of Developmental

Disabilities will meet at 4 p.m. Aug.

18 at the administrative office, 500 Elm St.,

London. In the event the meeting needs to

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