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Happy Thanksgiving! <strong>South</strong> & <strong>Canal</strong> WInchester<br />

<strong>November</strong> 19 - December 9, <strong>2023</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLIV, No. 19<br />

Neighborhood Realtor<br />

Diane Todd<br />

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The Marylee Bendig Team<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> honors military veterans<br />

Veterans Day features<br />

pancake breakfast, parade,<br />

and ceremony<br />

By Sarah Slayman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> filled with veterans<br />

and their families on Veterans Day, Nov.<br />

11, as civilians recognized and celebrated<br />

their service.<br />

The day began with a complimentary<br />

pancake breakfast hosted by volunteers<br />

from <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Senior Citizens<br />

Club in the Community Center.<br />

The family of the late Fred Bivens, U.S.<br />

Air Force veteran and long-time club member,<br />

conducted all food arrangements.<br />

Families mingled, shared names, and celebrated<br />

reunions.<br />

A strong sense of reverent comradery<br />

could be noted in the room.<br />

The parade began at 10 a.m. along the<br />

city’s flag-lined downtown streets. Boy<br />

Scouts lead the way with veterans carrying<br />

flags and rifles following behind.<br />

Motts Military Museum provided military<br />

vehicles that carried veterans<br />

One woman thanked each veteran who<br />

passed her and others cheered.<br />

The sound of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> High<br />

School Marching Band carried over the<br />

town.<br />

The crowd settled at Stradley Place for<br />

the ceremony. <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Mayor<br />

Mike Ebert told the veterans, “Through<br />

your service, our great nation maintained<br />

its freedom.”<br />

The ceremony’s keynote speaker<br />

Chaplain, Lt. Col. Joseph Branch of the<br />

United States Air Force posed the question,<br />

“Why do we celebrate this day?”<br />

He said freedom is not free, but how we<br />

retain that freedom is not something many<br />

like to speak of.<br />

He recalled his experience as a young<br />

boy, confused as to why his uncle wouldn’t<br />

comment on his time in the service. He<br />

discovered honorable awards that were<br />

tucked away, undisplayed, and wondered<br />

why.<br />

He now knows it was too painful and too<br />

gruesome for his uncle to choose to remember<br />

or recount. With age, he fears now that<br />

the true understanding or respect for the<br />

service given will be lost as few share their<br />

stories.<br />

In compassion he asked veterans to<br />

share of their time and for civilians to ask<br />

about it.<br />

“Those who have never worn a uniform<br />

will never understand how so many of us<br />

have changed - I know sometimes the stories<br />

may be painful, but if you never speak<br />

of them, they will never understand why,”<br />

said Branch. “We must never turn our<br />

backs on those who proclaim and carry the<br />

flag. Simply say, ‘thank you.’”<br />

The ceremony closed with a 21 gun<br />

salute conducted by the VFW Post #10523<br />

and the playing of, “Taps.”<br />

Tom Richards, a 1959-68 member of the<br />

U.S. Air Force, remarked what an honor it<br />

was to grow up with the military community<br />

and recognized how it seemed to have<br />

raised him. He said he is proud to be a<br />

part of this nation and demonstrated his<br />

pride in saying, “This country is something<br />

else. I’m so thankful.”<br />

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

for<br />

16 Years<br />

of Service.<br />

Mike Ebert<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Sarah Slayman<br />

During the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Veterans Day parade on Nov. 11. veterans rode in military<br />

vehicles provided by Motts Military Museum. Events also included a pancake breakfast<br />

for veterans at the community center and a ceremony in Stradley Park. Boy Scouts carried<br />

a banner and lead the way in the parade on Nov. 11. VFW Post #10523 carried the<br />

flags with honor during the march. See more photos at columbusmessenger.com.<br />

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results according to the Franklin County<br />

Board of Elections (<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

results include unofficial vote totals according<br />

to the Fairfield County Board of<br />

Elections):<br />

•<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Local Schools levy:<br />

For 3,907 (54%); Against 3,358(46%);<br />

•Groveport Madison Local Schools<br />

levy:<br />

For 5,700 (51%); Against 5,484 (49%);<br />

Antiques, Collectibles,<br />

Jewelry, Vintage,<br />

Home Decor, Militaria<br />

and more!<br />

Dec. 16 & 17<br />

unofficial election results<br />

Dr. Hobbs<br />

•Hamilton Township fire levy:<br />

For 1,465 (53%); Against 1,290 (47%);<br />

•Columbus Metropolitan Library levy:<br />

For 175,952 (63%); Against 102,738<br />

(37%);<br />

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

(two to be elected):<br />

Kevin Butler 1,787 (18%);<br />

Scott Ferguson 715 (7%);<br />

Chloe Green 2,197 (22%);<br />

Matt Krueger 2,072 (21%);<br />

Adam Twiss 3,117 (32%);<br />

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to take. If some swelling develops<br />

in the face, this is usually<br />

nothing to worry about. It can<br />

be minimized by the application<br />

of an ice bag.<br />

The bleeding should stop<br />

shortly after the tooth removal<br />

by the formation of a clot in the<br />

socket. This clot should not be<br />

disturbed. For starters, do not<br />

suck on the hole or drink<br />

through a straw. Do not take hot<br />

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by which time the clot should<br />

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If delayed bleeding occurs,<br />

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do the job. If bleeding persists,<br />

by all means, call your dentist.<br />

Free bleeders, especially people<br />

with hemophilia, should tell<br />

their dentist BEFORE any extraction<br />

takes place so that special<br />

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promote better dental health.<br />

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•<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> City Council (three<br />

to be elected):<br />

Will Bennett 1,915 (23%);<br />

Alec McLaughlin 1,885 (23%);<br />

Chuck Milliken 1,557 (19%);<br />

Richard Moore 1,553 (19%);<br />

Tina Welch 1,350 (16%);<br />

(unexpired term ending 12-31-25, one to<br />

be elected): Steve Buskirk 1,793 (100%);<br />

•<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Mayor (one to be<br />

elected):<br />

Mike Ebert 1,060 (27%);<br />

Joe Steager 1,645 (43%);<br />

Mike Walker 1,138 (30%);<br />

•Groveport Madison Board of<br />

Education (two to be elected):<br />

Larry Carey 2,781 (21%);<br />

Benjamin Joof 1,291 (10%);<br />

John Kershner 3,675 (28%);<br />

Kathleen Walsh 5,427 (41%)<br />

•Groveport City Council (two to be<br />

elected):<br />

Shawn Cleary 952 (31%);<br />

Jean Ann Hilbert 790 (26%);<br />

John Hougland 695 (23%);<br />

Cheryl Irving 640 (21%);<br />

•Groveport Mayor (one to be elected):<br />

Lance Westcamp 1,625 (100%);<br />

•Hamilton Township Board of<br />

Education (two to be elected):<br />

Walley Obert 2,365 (90%);<br />

Maria Varney 262 (10%);<br />

•Hamilton Township Trustee (one to be<br />

elected):<br />

Belinda Anderson 1,254 (54%);<br />

Gary Armstrong 1,080 (46%);<br />

•Hamilton Township Fiscal Officer (one<br />

to be elected):<br />

Lisa Shirkey 1,723 (100%);<br />

•Lockbourne Village Council (two to be<br />

elected):<br />

Karen Carter 30 (45%);<br />

Tammy Langley 37 (55%);<br />

•Lockbourne Mayor (one to be elected):<br />

Christie Ward 48 (100%);<br />

•Madison Township Trustee (one to be<br />

elected):<br />

Bruce Jarvis 3,885 (56%);<br />

Andrew Nimely 3,064 (44%);<br />

•Obetz City Council (two to be elected):<br />

Michael Flaherty 855 (49%);<br />

Derek Varney 873 (51%);<br />

•Obetz Mayor (one to be elected):<br />

Angela Kirk 1,247 (80%);<br />

Bonnie Wiley 319 (20%)


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<strong>November</strong> 19, <strong>2023</strong> - SOUTH & CANAL WINCHESTER MESSENGER - PAGE 3<br />

Photo courtesy of CW Local Schools<br />

Indians had a great season<br />

The <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Indians varsity football team won the <strong>2023</strong> Ohio Capital<br />

Conference Capital Division championship. The team finished the season with a<br />

record of 11-2 with wins over: Groveport Madison, 17-0; New Albany, 20-14;<br />

Lancaster, 42-14; Worthington Kilbourne, 25-0; Franklin Heights, 49-19; Dublin<br />

Scioto, 38-7; Westerville North, 24-7; Westerville <strong>South</strong>, 35-14; Delaware Hayes, 24-<br />

21; and the lone regular season loss against Big Walnut, 17-0. The Indians qualified<br />

for the state playoffs and won their first round game over Walnut Ridge, 26-0.<br />

In their second round game, the Indians defeated Watkins Memorial, 7-3. In the<br />

next round, Uniontown Green defeated <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> 10-0.


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A dream of Mark Frazier–a beloved<br />

teacher and director to thousands of<br />

Hamilton Local Schools students, who<br />

passed away in August 2022 after battling<br />

cancer–will come to fruition with a concert<br />

benefitting a scholarship fund established<br />

in his memory.<br />

“Walk With Me,” a night of music featuring<br />

Hamilton Township High School<br />

graduates who performed in past musicals,<br />

will be held on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. in the<br />

Mark Frazier Memorial Auditorium in<br />

Hamilton Township High School, 1105<br />

Rathmell Road. All of the proceeds from<br />

the concert will benefit the Mark Frazier<br />

Memorial Scholarship fund.<br />

The scholarship was established soon<br />

after Frazier’s passing by Dan Mummaw<br />

and is intended to fund higher education<br />

pursuits of any senior that spent time in<br />

any performing arts program–drama,<br />

band and/or choir, whether on stage or<br />

behind the scenes.<br />

“Mark Frazier was a beloved teacher at<br />

Hamilton Township for over 30 years,” said<br />

Nicky Godfrey, who worked with Frazier<br />

as a student and member of the district<br />

staff. “He established the district’s drama<br />

program as the community knows it today.<br />

He was also instrumental in the design of<br />

the high school's auditorium, which now<br />

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bears his name. The benefit concert was<br />

Dan's idea. He thought that bringing back<br />

alumni drama members to perform a concert,<br />

all of whom are former students of<br />

Mr. Frazier, would be a great way to raise<br />

funds for the scholarship.”<br />

Fellow organizer Jen Kyre said the benefit<br />

is also a way of fulfilling one of the<br />

items on Frazier’s wish list to bring back<br />

alumni for an evening of performances.<br />

Abbigayle Taylor, a <strong>2023</strong> graduate who<br />

is emceeing the concert, was the first recipient<br />

of a $500 Frazier scholarship in May.<br />

The fund is the first and only scholarship<br />

of its kind for the district that is specifically<br />

designated for performing arts graduates.<br />

Hamilton 1996 graduate Anna Cherri,<br />

who played Dorothy in Frazier’s first production<br />

of “Wizard of Oz,” Peter Pan in his<br />

1994 production, and who is singing “For<br />

Good” from “Wicked” during the benefit,<br />

said working with Frazier was like being in<br />

an “anxiety filled fever dream.”<br />

“You hated him a lot, were terrified of<br />

him, and desperately wanted his approval,<br />

which he gave sparingly,” said Cherri. “I<br />

loved every minute of it. I miss performing,<br />

and singing while I clean my house doesn’t<br />

really count. I’m excited to participate in<br />

the benefit concert because I want Mr.<br />

Frazier’s legacy to live on.”<br />

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<strong>November</strong> 19, <strong>2023</strong> - SOUTH & CANAL WINCHESTER MESSENGER - PAGE 5<br />

The phrase “Walk With Me” holds a<br />

special place in the hearts of those who<br />

performed in his musicals. Godfrey said it<br />

was a “Frazierism” he would use when he<br />

had an idea that he wanted to share while<br />

walking people through his vision.<br />

“It became a mantra in the drama<br />

department,” Godfrey said.<br />

Seating is $10 general admission. A<br />

ticket presale will be held on Nov. 29, 5:30-<br />

7 p.m., at the high school and at the door<br />

on Nov. 30 starting at 6:15 p.m. Both cash<br />

and credit card are accepted, courtesy of<br />

the band parents who are partnering with<br />

the drama department to organize the<br />

event and cover the cost of card processing<br />

fees.<br />

Mummaw and Creative Cuisine are<br />

providing refreshments until 7 p.m., when<br />

the concert begins.<br />

“There are 550 seats and we would love<br />

to fill each and every one,” said Godfrey.<br />

“One hundred percent of the price of<br />

admission will go into the scholarship<br />

fund. Everyone involved with the event is<br />

donating their time and talent. No one is<br />

being compensated.”<br />

According to Godfrey, who is also one of<br />

the performers, concertgoers can expect to<br />

see many Hamilton Township drama<br />

alumni perform–spanning from the class<br />

of 1996 to the class of 2022–featuring covers<br />

of classic and contemporary Broadway<br />

songs.<br />

“As an extra treat, the drama department<br />

will also be officially announcing the<br />

district’s Spring Musical at the close of the<br />

concert,” said Godfrey. “The concert is<br />

appropriate for all ages and for children,<br />

this would be a great introduction to the<br />

world of musical theater.”<br />

Hamilton 2024 graduation<br />

to be at World Harvest<br />

After multiple surveys completed by<br />

Hamilton Township High School’s senior<br />

class, this school year’s graduation commencement<br />

ceremony for the Class of 2024<br />

will be held at World Harvest Church<br />

located at 4595 Gender Road in <strong>Canal</strong><br />

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

The graduation ceremony will be held<br />

May 21 at 7 p.m.<br />

Four the past four years commencement<br />

was held at Fortress Obetz.<br />

According to Hamilton Local Schools<br />

officials, one of the primary reasons for the<br />

change is to eliminate the stress and<br />

uncertainty caused by weather-related<br />

reschedules. By moving the event indoors<br />

the ceremony can be held rain or shine.<br />

Holding the commencement at World<br />

Harvest Church provides time for families<br />

to plan, make necessary arrangements,<br />

and ensure that no one misses this significant<br />

event in the lives of our graduates.<br />

Hamilton Local Schools held graduation<br />

ceremonies at World Harvest prior to<br />

the COVID-19 pandemic for five years.<br />

On the Road Again<br />

The Senate Select Committee on Housing<br />

has been traveling the state, holding hearings,<br />

conducting site tours and listening to<br />

key stakeholders.<br />

In October, the committee conducted its<br />

first regional hearing in Cincinnati, Ohio at<br />

United Way of Greater Cincinnati. We had a<br />

strong lineup of over thirty-five individuals<br />

expected to testify, including distinguished<br />

entities such as the Cincinnati Chamber of<br />

Commerce, The United Way of Greater<br />

Cincinnati, the Ohio Real Estate Investors Association<br />

of Cincinnati, and many others.<br />

I was joined in Cincinnati by my esteemed<br />

colleagues, including Ranking Member<br />

Hearcel F. Craig (D-Columbus), State Senator<br />

Louis W. Blessing, III (R-Colerain Township),<br />

State Senator George Lang (R-West Chester),<br />

and State Senator Catherine D. Ingram (D-<br />

Cincinnati).<br />

The mission of the Select Committee on<br />

Housing is clear. We aim to gain a deeper understanding<br />

of the Affordable Housing Crisis<br />

in Ohio, and the role the legislature can play<br />

in being part of the solution. We believe that<br />

it's important to listen to the voices of Ohio<br />

residents and we encourage everyone’s participation<br />

as we continue to travel around<br />

the state.<br />

The committee will continue on the road in<br />

<strong>November</strong> through January to Marietta,<br />

Cleveland, and Lima.<br />

If you are interested in testifying or need<br />

more information, contact my office at 614-<br />

466-8064 or Reynolds@ohiosenate.gov. Your<br />

input and engagement are invaluable as we<br />

work together to find solutions to Ohio's<br />

housing challenges.<br />

Results matter, so let’s work together. Subscribe<br />

and follow me on social media for updates.<br />

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Hamilton food drive<br />

Hamilton Local Schools will hold a<br />

canned/nonperishable food drive from<br />

Nov. 27 through Dec. 11, to help families<br />

in the school district.<br />

Drop off non-perishable canned or<br />

boxed food items at the administrative<br />

building, 775 Rathmell Road, from 8 a.m.<br />

to 3 p.m, Monday through Friday.<br />

Hamilton toy drive<br />

Hamilton Local Schools will hold a toy<br />

drive from Dec. 4 through Dec. 8, to help<br />

families in the school district.<br />

Toy donations from the community can<br />

be dropped off at the administrative building,<br />

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Ohio House<br />

Nonvoting<br />

Session<br />

A little-known anecdote about the Ohio<br />

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MTPD officers responded to 309 dispatched calls and logged<br />

15,305 patrol miles. MTPD officers impounded 41 vehicles and<br />

used 1,561 gallons of fuel.<br />

In addition, 12 OVI arrests were made, two in the unincorporated<br />

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Hamilton fire levy approved<br />

Voters approved the Hamilton Township Fire Department’s 8.5<br />

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According to unofficial results from the Franklin County Board<br />

of Elections, 1,456 voted for the levy and 1,290 opposed it.<br />

Hamilton Township officials stated in October the levy raises<br />

enough revenue to address needs and replace aging equipment.<br />

This levy bundled the three and four mill (seven mill total)<br />

renewal levies tht will not cost property owners more than what<br />

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<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> school district voters approved a 10.2 mill,<br />

five-year substitute levy on Nov. 7.<br />

According to unofficial results from the<br />

Franklin County Board of Elections and the<br />

Fairfield County Board of Elections, 3,907<br />

(54 percent) voted for the levy and 3,358 (46<br />

percent) opposed it.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Schools officials said<br />

the levy would generate nearly funds for<br />

operating expenses. The annual $6.8 million<br />

collection accounts for 12 percent of<br />

the district’s yearly revenue.<br />

District officials said the levy is not a<br />

new tax. It is a renewal of an existing one.<br />

The current levy expires at the end of 2024.<br />

“The approval of the substitute levy continues<br />

current collections,” said <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> Schools Treasurer Nick Roberts<br />

in October.<br />

“The levy is an important part of our<br />

ability to maintain a balanced budget for<br />

the last seven years,”said Roberts in<br />

October, “but we like to check in every five<br />

or 10 years to make sure it’s still needed.<br />

Money from the state and the federal government,<br />

along with our local taxes, has<br />

helped us balance our budget annually. In<br />

fact, we haven’t had to ask for extra tax<br />

money from our community since 2009<br />

because of this combined support.”<br />

Unlike other types of property levies, a<br />

substitute levy applies the same tax rate to<br />

new construction in the district. If new<br />

houses or businesses are built, the district<br />

will receive additional revenue from new<br />

taxpayers.<br />

Funds generated by the levy are used for<br />

operating expenses including supplies,<br />

materials, salaries, benefits, utilities, fuel<br />

for buses, learning platforms, professional<br />

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CW’s Christmas in the Village<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Attention citizens of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>!<br />

Hide your holiday presents and protect<br />

your Christmas trees. The Grinch is coming<br />

to town on Dec. 1 and will not leave<br />

until the following day.<br />

It is time for <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>’s<br />

Christmas in the Village, held Dec. 1 and 2<br />

in the city’s historic downtown.<br />

This year the <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Area<br />

Historical Society will turn its 10 W. Oak<br />

St. complex into a version of the Dr. Suess<br />

classic, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”<br />

Santa Claus arrives in town at 6 p.m.<br />

each night via a fire truck to help turn on<br />

tree lights in Stradley Place and then welcome<br />

little visitors to share their wish lists<br />

with him in the Interurban Depot.<br />

“Last year we introduced an iceless<br />

skating rink, and it was a huge hit,” said<br />

Hannah Woodruff, <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

events and communication coordinator.<br />

“We’re bringing it back this year, but have<br />

made it bigger and better. Find it in the<br />

greenspace near the Christmas tree.”<br />

Enjoy free popcorn served by the Labor<br />

Day Queen and her court, take a ride on a<br />

Christmas Trolley, watch artisans coax<br />

masterpieces out of ice, or pick up a handmade<br />

gift at a holiday bazaar.<br />

Sites throughout downtown also play<br />

host to activities including a gingerbread<br />

house competition and children’s crafts;<br />

along with live reindeer, food trucks, and<br />

“The Grinch” movie playing inside Hiii on<br />

<strong>South</strong> High Street.<br />

“Visitors looking for a quick bite can<br />

stop by one of the food trucks located in the<br />

parking lot behind City Hall and the DORA<br />

(Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area)<br />

will be in effect this year for the first time,”<br />

said Woodruff.<br />

Patrons age 21 and older may purchase<br />

an alcoholic beverage from a bar/restaurant,<br />

then sip, stroll, shop, and explore<br />

within the DORA. Only beverages purchased<br />

and served from an establishment<br />

within the DORA are permitted. No outside<br />

alcohol is allowed. No alcohol is perm<br />

in city buildings.<br />

mitted<br />

A short walk down North High Street is<br />

the historical society’s three-building complex<br />

where visitors young and old alike can<br />

delight in a meet and greet with the<br />

Grinch, a bubble tunnel Grinch’s Lair,<br />

Grinchtastic Game Show, Grinchy Green<br />

Snow cones, and a light show.<br />

A handbell choir will perform each<br />

night. The Queen of the Line Depot will be<br />

open and train displays will run throughout<br />

the evening. Kid’s crafts, vendor<br />

booths, a hot chocolate bar, and cookie sale<br />

are also part of the activities.<br />

“This will be society’s third year celebrating<br />

Storybook Christmas,” said society<br />

secretary Jill Amos. “We are thankful for<br />

the continued partnership with the city of<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> for their Christmas in<br />

the Village celebration. This year we will<br />

have a very fun Grinch-themed light show<br />

that will play to music as well as a very<br />

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

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>’s Christmas in the<br />

Village will be held Dec. 1 and 2.<br />

well-lit historical complex. This show was<br />

sponsored by a grant from <strong>South</strong> Central<br />

Power, and private donations from Abbott<br />

Electric and Buckeye Automotive.”<br />

The light show is choreographed in coordination<br />

with music from a special radio<br />

station that runs the entire month of<br />

December.<br />

A historical society committee comprised<br />

of 15 members starts planning for<br />

the December event in March. Amos said<br />

each member plays an important role in<br />

choosing the theme, creating the stations,<br />

and ownership in the magic.<br />

“We rely on each other to help complete<br />

tasks or to look for possible solutions or<br />

leads,” Amos said. “This team is an incredible<br />

group of individuals who love to create<br />

magic. On average it takes over 75 volunteers<br />

to put this event together. While the<br />

society is strongly dedicated to preserving<br />

our past, we realize that today is tomorrow’s<br />

history and we need to play a valuable<br />

part in creating magical memories for<br />

families.”<br />

Christmas in the Village is free, open<br />

from 6-9 p.m. and annually draws over<br />

1,000 visitors each night. <strong>South</strong> High<br />

Street between Waterloo and Columbus<br />

streets will be closed during the festival.<br />

Towing Path and Warehouse Alley will<br />

also be closed for safety reasons.<br />

Additional roadways will be closed temporarily<br />

during the parade. There are public<br />

parking lots near Stradley Park, the<br />

municipal pool and behind the municipal<br />

building, but fill up quickly. Street parki<br />

is also an option.<br />

ing<br />

“Christmas in the Village has become a<br />

family tradition for so many visitors,” said<br />

Woodruff. “Although several of the activities<br />

can be found year after year, the city is<br />

excited to offer new attractions to keep visitors<br />

coming back for more. It is also a<br />

great opportunity for us to partner with<br />

other groups and organizations to provide<br />

a free, fun activity for the community. It’s<br />

not often you can do so much without paying<br />

a buck, and we are happy to provide<br />

that to our residents.”<br />

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