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FREE <strong>South</strong> & <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

<strong>May</strong> 5 - 18, <strong>2024</strong> www.columbusmessenger.com Vol. XLV, No. 4<br />

Neighborhood Realtor<br />

Diane Todd<br />

580 Main St.<br />

Groveport, OH 43125<br />

(614) 570-0803<br />

dianetodd@howardhanna.com<br />

The Marylee Bendig Team<br />

A different kind of prom<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

A “Senior” Prom takes place at <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> High School next month and<br />

while the event includes music, food, and<br />

dancing like many other proms held in the<br />

spring for high schoolers, the crowd kicking<br />

up their heels at this soiree is a bit<br />

older.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Human Services and<br />

the high school’s National Honor Society<br />

are hosting a prom for senior citizens in<br />

the school’s cafeteria on <strong>May</strong> 15 from 5-<br />

7:30 p.m. The theme is Back to the ‘80s.<br />

The first senior citizens prom sponsored<br />

by the student council took place in<br />

2015. This is the first year the National<br />

Honor Society has been involved.<br />

“It’s a magical night for our senior citizens<br />

to have their very own prom,” said<br />

Human Services Executive Director<br />

Aletha Mullins. “The night will be filled<br />

with dancing, a meal, dessert, pictures,<br />

and a raffle. Brian Alexander with Pure<br />

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seniors and teach them new dances, as<br />

well as our seniors teaching the kids<br />

dance moves from their day. For some of<br />

the seniors, it is their actual first dance to<br />

attend. This is a great outreach for our<br />

senior citizens.”<br />

National Honor Society Advisor Lynn<br />

Baumbusch said her students are organizing<br />

the evening along with Mullins. NHS<br />

is providing the meal and <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> High School is providing the<br />

dessert.<br />

“We have decided on our theme, picked<br />

out decorations, chosen the menu, and<br />

will put it all together along with serving<br />

the dinner and dancing the night away<br />

with our community,” said Baumbusch.<br />

“This is a great opportunity for our community<br />

members to meet our students<br />

and vice versa. Sometimes there is a disconnect<br />

between generations and we want<br />

to help close that gap. Both age groups<br />

have so much to offer each other.”<br />

The event is free and for people ages 50<br />

See PROM, page 2<br />

Roger L. Weaver<br />

Dustin J. Weaver<br />

Attorneys at Law<br />

www.weaver-law.com<br />

Photo courtesy of CW Human Services<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Human Services and <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> High School’s National<br />

Honor Society are hosting a prom for senior citizens in the school’s cafeteria on <strong>May</strong><br />

15 from 5-7:30 p.m. The theme is Back to the ‘80s.<br />

Roundabout planned at Rathmell and Lockbourne<br />

By Rick Palsgrove<br />

Managing Editor<br />

A roundabout proposed for the intersection of<br />

Rathmell and Lockbourne roads tobe built next<br />

year.<br />

“The proposed roundabout at Rathmell and<br />

Lockbourne roads is currently in the final stages<br />

of design and approval,” said Obetz City<br />

Administrator Rod Davisson. “We are working to<br />

ensure all specifications meet safety and operational<br />

standards.”<br />

Davisson said construction of the roundabout<br />

is expected to begin in the spring of next year<br />

(2025), with an anticipated completion date by<br />

the end of fall.<br />

“These dates are subject to change based on<br />

weather conditions and any unforeseen delays,<br />

but we are committed to keeping the community<br />

informed of any adjustments,” said Davisson.<br />

He said the estimated cost of the roundabout<br />

will not be available until the design is further<br />

along and any necessary rights of way (if any) are<br />

secured.<br />

“Funding is projected to be secured through<br />

bonds issued on the stream of revenue anticipated<br />

from the Buckstone development,” said Davisson.<br />

“We are also exploring state grants, specifically targeting<br />

infrastructure improvements and traffic<br />

safety enhancements.”<br />

Davisson said the need for a roundabout at this<br />

intersection is primarily driven by anticipated<br />

increases in traffic due to significant nearby developments.<br />

“This intersection is centrally located within a<br />

400+ acre housing and mixed-use development<br />

and it’s also adjacent to the local high school,”<br />

“A name you know, Experience you can trust”<br />

said Davisson. “As these areas continue to develop<br />

and attract more residents and businesses, the<br />

intersection will see a substantial increase in<br />

traffic volume. Implementing a roundabout is a<br />

proactive measure to manage this expected<br />

growth efficiently and safely, ensuring smoother<br />

traffic flow and enhanced safety for all road<br />

users.”<br />

Obetz City Council<br />

The Obetz Council meets the second and<br />

fourth Mondays of each month at 6 p.m. in the<br />

Council Chambers at 4175 Alum Creek Drive,<br />

Obetz, to review and pass legislation and hear<br />

concerns from the residents. If the meeting date<br />

occurs on a holiday, the regular meeting is held<br />

on the next Tuesday following the holiday. Call<br />

(614) 491-1080.<br />

Office: (614) 834-1750<br />

Facsimile: (614) 834-9480<br />

25 E. Waterloo St.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>, Ohio 43110


PAGE 2 - SOUTH & CANAL WINCHESTER MESSENGER - <strong>May</strong> 5, <strong>2024</strong><br />

The Housing Report<br />

Is Out<br />

As Chair of the Senate Select Committee on<br />

Housing, I am pleased to announce the release of<br />

our official Housing Report. As of April 17, the<br />

digital copy of our comprehensive 94-page<br />

report is now available for download on the<br />

Senate's website in PDF format under the meetings<br />

tab.<br />

The Senate Select Committee on Housing (SSCH)<br />

was commissioned by Sen. President Matt Huffman<br />

to address Ohio's housing challenges. Since<br />

its inception in August 2023, the SSCH has<br />

conducted extensive research, including 12 livestreamed<br />

meetings across Ohio, hearing over 35<br />

hours of testimony from more than 200<br />

witnesses. Through this process, we gained<br />

valuable insights into Ohio's housing landscape<br />

and the challenges it faces.<br />

The report represents the voices of Ohioans<br />

statewide and offers a framework for future<br />

housing policy discussions. It highlights the<br />

complexity of Ohio's housing challenges, ranging<br />

from economic, social and policy factors and how<br />

it impacts both urban and rural areas and the<br />

need for affordable housing solutions across the<br />

state. Our recommendations, outlined in the<br />

report, emphasize a multifaceted approach to<br />

address Ohio's housing challenges.<br />

These include strategies to increase the supply of<br />

available, affordable and accessible homes. Moreover,<br />

the report underscores the importance of<br />

bipartisan collaboration, recognizing that housing<br />

affordability is a humanitarian issue that transcends<br />

political divides. I extend my gratitude to<br />

all who contributed to this endeavor, including<br />

fellow Senators, legislative aides, witnesses,<br />

stakeholders, and constituents.<br />

The report's executive summary and recommendations<br />

are available starting on page 84, highlighting<br />

key initiatives such as the Ohio Housing<br />

Dashboard, Ohio Housing Toolkit, Third Party<br />

Reviewer Services, Ohio Housing Accelerator,<br />

Ohio YIMBY Campaign, and Ohio Housing Capacity<br />

Building Grant Fund.<br />

Results Matter, so be sure to read the recommendations<br />

in the report. Stay connected to my office by<br />

subscribing to the website for alerts and notifications.<br />

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Ranger runners get shoes<br />

Fleet Feet Columbus recently donated running shoes for<br />

Hamilton Local Schools’ Elementary School Girls on the Run<br />

Program. Girls on the Run is a running club for third grade students<br />

who, throughout the season, learn about friendship, decision-making,<br />

empowerment, and how to nurture their physical,<br />

emotional, and spiritual health. The season concludes with a celebratory<br />

5K run in downtown Columbus on <strong>May</strong> 19, with hundreds<br />

of other Girls on the Run participants from all over Central Ohio.<br />

Ranger athletes sign up<br />

Hamilton Township High School Ranger athletes recently<br />

signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic<br />

careers at the college level next year. They are: Nadir Langston<br />

(<strong>South</strong>ern Illinois University, track and field), Gabrielle<br />

Whittenburg (Otterbein University, volleyball), Nick Morrow<br />

(Wilmington College, football), Tara Hall (Capital University,<br />

bowling), and Isaiah Ratliff (Ohio Wesleyan, football).<br />

Hamilton Township news<br />

•The Hamilton Township trustees approved purchasing additional<br />

turn-out gear for the Hamilton Township Fire Department<br />

from All-American Fire Equipment at a cost of $4,585.<br />

•The new version of streetlights were installed in several areas<br />

of Hamilton Meadows that needed more lighting.<br />

•Hamilton Township Trustee Belinda Anderson reported that<br />

there are apartments listed as “affordable” going in beside the<br />

Lowe’s on <strong>South</strong> High Street. She noted a portion of the parcel is<br />

in the Columbus City School District and a portion is in the<br />

Hamilton Local Schools District and she is unsure which school<br />

district the children from those apartments will attend.<br />

•Anderson noted there is a mixed-use development going in on<br />

the site of the former Rice Bowl on <strong>South</strong> High Street, which she<br />

said is far from the township.<br />

PROM<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

and over who may enter the building through the gym entrance.<br />

There are no tickets, but for more information or to be placed on<br />

a guest list, call Mullins at 614-834-4700 or contact Baumbusch<br />

via email at jbaumbusch@cwls.us.<br />

“I’m sure many guests will be in their best ‘80s gear if the want<br />

to go along with our theme, but it is not a must,” said Baumbusch.<br />

“We chose CW Human Services as our community organization to<br />

work with this year and are glad we have so many wonderful ways<br />

to be more involved here in <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.”<br />

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CW State of the Schools<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

The <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> school district is<br />

planning for the future and crafting a<br />

strategic planning framework to achieve<br />

its academic, career readiness, culture and<br />

wellness goals.<br />

“We started working on this last year in<br />

talking about putting together a strategic<br />

plan,” said <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Schools<br />

Superintendent Kiya Hunt during a State<br />

of the Schools presentation on April 17 to<br />

Chamber of Commerce. “Our promise to<br />

students, staff, and the community is that<br />

we are moving the district forward.”<br />

Plan organizers received input during<br />

the previous school year from staff, students,<br />

families, and the community<br />

through their Your Schools, Your Voice<br />

communication service.<br />

Hunt said the plan is dynamic and the<br />

district plans to follow the same process<br />

every year in soliciting comments from the<br />

school community.<br />

There are specified focus areas within<br />

the plan, including teaching and learning,<br />

school culture, operations, and safety/wellness.<br />

Under teaching and learning, Hunt<br />

said, “We want to make sure we really<br />

define engagement. We’re creating real-life<br />

resources for our students.”<br />

A career readiness coordinator position<br />

was created. Hunt said the strategic planning<br />

group was interested in connecting<br />

students with their passions and connecting<br />

classroom content with real world<br />

career opportunities.<br />

In discussing safety and wellness, Hunt<br />

said the district now has a school resource<br />

officer on three campuses. The plan team is<br />

also researching mental health best practices.<br />

“We’re creating a communications<br />

handbook,” said Hunt when sharing the<br />

school culture portion of the plan. “We<br />

have a new website. We put together a<br />

multi-cultural calendar and also established<br />

a family and community involvement<br />

committee.”<br />

The school district also welcomed its<br />

first group of social media interns who are<br />

creating content to share with the community.<br />

In other updates, Hunt said a new assistant<br />

athletic director will be hired for the<br />

<strong>2024</strong>-25 school year. <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

Schools provides services for 3,800 students.<br />

A facilities master plan was created and<br />

all-day kindergarten starts this year at<br />

Indian Trail Elementary. The second,<br />

three-year <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Promise<br />

strategic plan will be presented to the<br />

school board in June.<br />

Obetz upgrades meters<br />

City of Obetz upgraded and replaced<br />

Meter Interface Units throughout the city.<br />

The MIU is a device that facilitates twoway<br />

communication between the water<br />

meter and the city for water usage and<br />

billing. The MIU is located on the house’s<br />

exterior or in a meter pit with the water<br />

meter. For information call<br />

<strong>May</strong> 5, <strong>2024</strong> - SOUTH & CANAL WINCHESTER MESSENGER - PAGE 3<br />

Obetz Spring Clean-up<br />

Obetz Annual Spring Clean-Up is set for<br />

June 7, your regular trash collection day,<br />

but with a twist. Waste Management is<br />

bringing extra trucks to haul away additional<br />

household clutter. Also, take advantage<br />

of the tire disposal service on June 7<br />

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Madison Township extends electric rate agreement<br />

By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

The Madison Township trustees locked<br />

in an agreement that should save residents<br />

from electric rate increases until <strong>May</strong><br />

2026.<br />

The township is moving ahead with an<br />

Electric Master Service Agreement with<br />

Archer Energy, which extends a <strong>May</strong> 31,<br />

<strong>2024</strong> agreement extension from <strong>May</strong> 31,<br />

2025 through <strong>May</strong> 31, 2026 at a fixed rate<br />

of $0.066 per KWh.<br />

“We did accept the rates initially two<br />

months ago, but waited to see if they would<br />

go lower,” said Madison Township<br />

Administrator Susan Brobst. “Since then,<br />

rates have gone excessively high.”<br />

The agreement is exclusive of capacity,<br />

which will be a cost pass-through when<br />

established by PJM Interconnect. The<br />

amount is applied to all AEP bills, just as it<br />

was done in the past.<br />

Other Madison Township news<br />

•A pair of replacement vehicles are joining<br />

the township police department fleet,<br />

albeit after they are built next year, after<br />

the trustees approved the purchase of two<br />

2025 Ford Explorer Interceptors on a state<br />

bid. The price is $43,564 per vehicle, less a<br />

$100 dealer discount and an additional<br />

$2,590 for delivery, taxes and other fees.<br />

Another contract for $33,421 was<br />

approved for public safety equipment to<br />

outfit the two vehicles.<br />

•Public Works Superintendent Dave<br />

Watkins told the trustees his department<br />

is asking the Franklin County Engineer’s<br />

Office to help with submission of an Ohio<br />

Public Works Commission grant for<br />

improvements to Atkinson Road.<br />

While this is the first step in the process,<br />

if approved, the project would include a full<br />

depth reclamation of the road, which<br />

Watkins said is rated very poor and is the<br />

lowest rated in the township.<br />

After additional resolutions and public<br />

meetings, the finalized application must be<br />

submitted by Aug. 2.<br />

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Kris Sims Memorial<br />

Relay For Life Dinner<br />

Get acquainted with <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong>’s elected officials as they wait<br />

tables to earn tips for Relay for Life. On<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15 from 5— 7:30 p.m., <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> <strong>May</strong>or Joe Steager and city<br />

council members will serve dinner at the<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Community Center,<br />

located at 45 E. Waterloo St. The threecourse<br />

meal will include a house salad and<br />

bread, spaghetti and meatballs, iced tea,<br />

lemonade, coffee, and a dessert. The cost<br />

is $10 per adult and $5 per child (10 and<br />

under). Tickets can be purchased at the<br />

door the night of the event while supplies<br />

last. Cash, check, or credit cards will be<br />

accepted and parties will be seated on a<br />

first-come, first-served basis.<br />

Letters policy<br />

The <strong>Messenger</strong> welcomes letters to the<br />

editor. Letters cannot be libelous. Letters that<br />

do not have a signature, address, and telephone<br />

number, or are signed with a pseudonym,<br />

will be rejected.The <strong>Messenger</strong><br />

reserves the right to edit or refuse publication<br />

of any letter for any reason. Opinions<br />

expressed in the letters are not necessarily<br />

the views of the <strong>Messenger</strong>. Mail letters to:<br />

<strong>South</strong>/<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> <strong>Messenger</strong>, 3500<br />

Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, OH 43204; or<br />

email southeast@columbusmessenger.com.<br />

eastside<br />

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southeast@columbusmessenger.com<br />

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Carry-out<br />

will also be available.<br />

The dinner is named in honor of the late<br />

Kristen Sims, who worked to bring Relay<br />

for Life to <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>. All tips and<br />

dinner proceeds will benefit Relay for Life,<br />

American Cancer Society. Donations are<br />

tax deductible and receipts will be available<br />

upon request.<br />

Full rottle ursdays<br />

Obetz’s Full Throttle Thursdays return<br />

to Fortress Obetz, 2015 Recreation Trail,<br />

from 6-9 p.m. from <strong>May</strong> 2 to Aug. 22, every<br />

Thursday (weather allowing). The event<br />

features live musical performances, local<br />

food trucks, vendors, and weekly giveaways.<br />

Four bars are strategically placed<br />

throughout the venue. It also showcases<br />

cars, trucks, jeeps, exotics, and motorcycles.<br />

Admission is free.<br />

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Story of a<br />

Bill, Part III<br />

As I wrote in a previous communication with you<br />

in February, I introduced House Bill 364, a<br />

measure to allow the noncommercial distribution<br />

of milkweed seeds to promote monarch butterfly<br />

population growth, in the Ohio House of<br />

Representatives. The idea for the bill originated<br />

with David Donofrio, Grove City resident and vice<br />

president of the Ohio Prairie Association (OPA).<br />

As is part of the legislative process, the measure<br />

was referred to the House Agriculture Committee.<br />

HB 364 had its first hearing in the Agriculture<br />

Committee on February 6. As is customary, the<br />

first hearing was reserved for sponsor testimony,<br />

which means that the authors of the bill summarize<br />

it for committee members and answer their<br />

questions about it. The measure’s second hearing<br />

took place on Tuesday, April 23. Because no<br />

opposition to the bill has surfaced, the committee<br />

chair, Rodney Creech from Preble County, decided<br />

to schedule both proponent and<br />

opponent testimony for the same day, which is<br />

customary when no opposition is anticipated.<br />

Because a representative of the OPA answered<br />

questions during the first hearing, the only additional<br />

proponent testimony submitted for the<br />

second hearing came from conservation and<br />

gardening associations. The two written testimonies<br />

(folks have the option of presenting testimony<br />

in person or in writing) cited the<br />

assistance the measure would provide for the<br />

monarch butterfly population and that their volunteer<br />

organizations would welcome the opportunity<br />

to distribute milkweed seeds among their<br />

members. Rep. Creech cited the dozens of supportive<br />

emails he had received from folks around<br />

the state and said that he had heard not one opposing<br />

comment about the proposal.<br />

The next step in the process will be a vote by the<br />

Agriculture Committee in its next meeting, which<br />

probably will occur in early <strong>May</strong>. If approved, the<br />

bill then will proceed to the entire House for its<br />

consideration. Stay tuned for continued updates<br />

on the progress of HB364.<br />

Last week the House acted on a number of bills.<br />

The most prominent among them was HB 230, a<br />

measure that increases penalties for fentanyl trafficking,<br />

requires schools and colleges to incorporate<br />

instruction and policies on fentanyl<br />

awareness and abuse prevention, and authorizes<br />

the collection of oral fluids as evidence in OVI<br />

cases. The bill has the full support of law enforcement<br />

and is one method of combating the proliferation<br />

of this illegal drug that continues to<br />

make its way across the U.S. southern border.<br />

(Dave Dobos represents the 10th District in the<br />

Ohio House of Representatives, which consists of<br />

parts of West, <strong>South</strong>west, and <strong>South</strong> Columbus,<br />

Grove City, Urbancrest, and portions of Franklin<br />

and Jackson Townships. He reports regularly on his<br />

activities in this position and his campaign has paid<br />

for this communication with you.)<br />

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Area schools host job fair<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Schools, Groveport<br />

Madison Schools, and Whitehall City<br />

Schools are joining forces to host a combined<br />

job fair on June 5 from 4-7 p.m. at<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> High School, 300<br />

Washington St., <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>.<br />

The event aims to fill support staff positions,<br />

including paraprofessionals, bus<br />

drivers, aides, and custodians. The partner<br />

schools are prepared to offer qualified candidates<br />

positions on the spot.<br />

“The partner schools are looking for<br />

dedicated individuals who are passionate<br />

about making a difference in the lives of<br />

students,” said Dr. Chris Green, Director of<br />

Diversity, Engagement, and Human<br />

Capital at Groveport Madison Schools.<br />

“Working at a school offers a desirable<br />

schedule, excellent benefits, and the opportunity<br />

to contribute significantly to our<br />

community.”<br />

No teaching license is required for these<br />

positions, making them accessible to a<br />

wide range of candidates. Interested individuals<br />

are encouraged to attend the combined<br />

job fair to learn more about the available<br />

positions and the benefits of working<br />

in education.<br />

For information about the combined job<br />

fair, contact Megan Anthony at manthony@cwls.us.<br />

CW’s Music in the Park<br />

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

families with children of all ages and<br />

adults alike to see the fascinating public<br />

works and public safety vehicles on display<br />

at the upcoming “Touch-A-Truck” event on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 17 from 6-9 p.m. Touch-A-Truck kicks<br />

off the city’s <strong>2024</strong> Music in the Park free<br />

summer event series at Stradley Park, 30<br />

S. High St. From dump trucks to police<br />

cars, fire trucks, and more, get an up-close<br />

experience with vehicles from Fairfield<br />

County Sheriff’s Office, Madison Township<br />

Fire Department, Madison Township<br />

Police, <strong>South</strong> Central Power, and the city<br />

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

The event also features live music by<br />

Poverty String Band. Additional free<br />

hands-on activities and games will be<br />

available throughout the park.<br />

Attendees are encouraged to bring a<br />

lawn chair and picnic, purchase food from<br />

one of the food trucks on site, or carry-out<br />

from one of the downtown restaurants.<br />

Visitors can purchase alcoholic beverages<br />

from participating establishments to enjoy<br />

within the Designated Outdoor<br />

Refreshment Area (DORA) boundaries.<br />

More information on DORA is on the city’s<br />

website. No outside alcohol is permitted<br />

within the park.<br />

Come back on June 21 for Pet Palooza<br />

and live music from The Treble Catz. Then<br />

on July 19, the Gas Pump Jockeys return<br />

for a record 17th season for the annual<br />

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

Cruisers. The End of Summer Bash on<br />

Aug. 16 features music by Creek Don’t Rise<br />

then close out the season on Sept. 20 with<br />

a Fall Fest.<br />

Music in the Park is a free summer con-<br />

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cert series held the third Friday of the<br />

month from <strong>May</strong> through September<br />

weather permitting. Visit www.canalwinchesterohio.gov<br />

for information.<br />

CW’s Art on the <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>’s 13th annual art<br />

stroll - Art on the <strong>Canal</strong> - will be held <strong>May</strong><br />

18 from noon to 6 p.m. in historic downtown<br />

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

Check out the variety of artistic works<br />

from central Ohio artists as well as music,<br />

dancing and performances. There will be<br />

painters, sculptors, wood workers, and jewelry<br />

makers, just to name a few. There will<br />

be fun for the children, too, from free splatter<br />

paint to a paint wall. Grab a bite to eat<br />

from one of the food vendors or stop in one<br />

of the downtown restaurants. The event is<br />

in the DORA district so grab that adult<br />

beverage to go if you wish. Downtown<br />

shops will host their own Makers on the<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> Craft show and local brewer Loose<br />

Rail will host its Crafters Corner during<br />

the art stroll. Visit <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>’s<br />

Historical Complex which includes the oneroom<br />

Prentiss School building and the<br />

Hocking Valley ‘Queen of the Line” railroad<br />

to see what the historical society is<br />

doing to celebrate Founders’ Day. For<br />

information, go to https://www.destinationcw.org/Art-Stroll.html<br />

or call 614-270-<br />

5053.<br />

Arbor Day in CW<br />

The city of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> and <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> Local Schools celebrated Arbor<br />

Day on April 25 at Indian Trail<br />

Elementary, 6865 Gender Road. A tree was<br />

planted on the school grounds and students<br />

learned about the history of Arbor<br />

Day, celebrated annually on the last<br />

Friday of April.<br />

<strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> <strong>May</strong>or Joe Steager<br />

presented an Arbor Day Proclamation to<br />

commemorate the celebration. Students<br />

also learned about the importance of trees<br />

from <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Urban Forester<br />

Dick Miller and Manon VanSchoyck,<br />

Founder & Executive Director of Ohio<br />

Nature Education.<br />

“We want to help teach everyone about<br />

the importance of tree canopy coverage.<br />

Trees create shade and cool temperatures,<br />

which is very important in urban areas,”<br />

said Miller.<br />

The city coordinates Arbor Day events<br />

through the Street Tree Advisory Board, a<br />

five-member panel of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

residents who have worked to preserve,<br />

protect, and enhance trees and plants<br />

throughout the community since the early<br />

1990s.<br />

CW Tree Giveaway<br />

City of <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> residents will<br />

have the opportunity to pick up a free tree<br />

at the city’s 23rd annual tree giveaway at<br />

Stradley Park, 30 S. High St. in historic<br />

downtown <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>, on <strong>May</strong> 4<br />

from 9-11 a.m., rain or shine.<br />

Approximately 120 trees will be given<br />

away on a first-come, first-served basis.<br />

Limit one tree per household.


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Be a part of renaming<br />

Obetz’s Lancaster Park<br />

The City of Obetz is embarking on an<br />

exciting project to revitalize Lancaster<br />

Park, a cornerstone project for <strong>2024</strong>, which<br />

also includes a new name for the park.<br />

City of Obetz officials want Obetz residents<br />

to be a part of renaming the park.<br />

with a new name that captures the spirit of<br />

Obetz and resonates with the community.<br />

Residents are invited to participate in a<br />

two-stage survey at obetz.oh.us to select<br />

the park’s new name. Take the survey by<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15, to submit your ideas for the new<br />

park name.<br />

The city is aiming for a name that<br />

reflects Obetz’s history and character, so<br />

avoid anything silly or offensive.<br />

City staff will compile the suggestions<br />

and present the top five contenders in a<br />

second survey launching on <strong>May</strong> 20 and<br />

closing on <strong>May</strong> 31.<br />

The combined results of the resident<br />

vote and a single vote from the mayor and<br />

each Obetz City Council member will<br />

determine the park’s official new name.<br />

<strong>May</strong>or Angela Kirk will announce the final<br />

selection after the vote at the city council<br />

meeting on June 10.<br />

The park revitalization project extends<br />

beyond the name change. Improvements<br />

being made include: anew pickleball complex,<br />

new cornhole boards, and permanent<br />

game tables for ongoing community enjoyment.<br />

CW students at Model UN<br />

Fifty-one <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong> Middle<br />

School students recently attended the <strong>2024</strong><br />

Ohio Model United Nations, held in<br />

Columbus at the Hyatt Regency, where three<br />

nations advanced to the General Assembly,<br />

and 12 students earned recognition.<br />

OMUN is a three-day event that offers<br />

students in grades 5-12 a comprehensive<br />

simulation of the United Nations, allowing<br />

them to understand its functions as the<br />

world's largest international peacekeeping<br />

and humanitarian organization. Through<br />

role-playing, students represent various<br />

nations, engaging in writing, presenting,<br />

and debating issues that impact global<br />

communities. Moreover, students showcase<br />

culturally-based talents, partake in<br />

global education contests, and discuss current<br />

UN agenda items.<br />

The students represented <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong>, with Panama, Portugal, and<br />

the United Kingdom advancing to present<br />

at the General Assembly.<br />

Recognition and awards received at the<br />

event include: Peace Essay Contest<br />

Winner: Journey Beard; Outstanding<br />

Nation (Panama): Janè Overstreet, Elena<br />

Coffey, Milan Crews-Mixon, Branden<br />

Giesecke, Emalee Anderson, Stella<br />

Campbell, and Clara Shea; Leadership<br />

Awards: Clara Shea, Janna Twiss; 2025<br />

Council Presidents: Janna Twiss, Janè<br />

Overstreet, Shadia Faqi, Ava Wolford, and<br />

<strong>May</strong>cie Reed; 2025 Council Vice-<br />

Presidents: Emalee Anderson and Clara<br />

Shea.<br />

Howard’s academic honors<br />

Samuel Howard is a <strong>2024</strong> <strong>Canal</strong><br />

<strong>Winchester</strong> High School valedictorian. He<br />

won the National Merit Finalist award. He<br />

was a starter on <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong>'s varsity<br />

soccer team for four years and a captain<br />

for two, winning the first team OCC<br />

award. He has also held several leadership<br />

roles in various organizations over the<br />

years.<br />

He was accepted into many top universities,<br />

including Stanford, Harvard, Yale,<br />

Cornell, Brown, Vanderbilt, Northwestern,<br />

Duke, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, Rice,<br />

Georgetown, The Ohio State University,<br />

Case Western, and others and to have<br />

received over $1 million in merit-based<br />

scholarships offers.<br />

He has decided to attend Stanford<br />

University in the fall to study pre-med.<br />

OBETZ UNITED<br />

METHODIST CHURCH<br />

1781 Obetz Avenue • Obetz, Ohio 43207<br />

“And above all these put on love,<br />

which binds everything together<br />

in perfect harmony.”<br />

--Colossians 3:14<br />

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.<br />

Church: 11:00 a.m.<br />

Pastor: Vijay Buck<br />

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Obetz Summer Camp<br />

Obetz Summer Camp starts June 17<br />

with two camp sessions for kids ages 6-8<br />

and 9-11. The camp is designed to nurture<br />

creativity, teamwork, and a love for the<br />

outdoors through various activities ranging<br />

from arts and crafts to field trips.<br />

There is a limit of 14 children per age<br />

group. Scheduled from Monday to<br />

Thursday, the camp for 6-8-year-olds runs<br />

from June 17 to July 2, while the 9-11-<br />

year-olds camp runs from July 15 to Aug.<br />

1. Registration is now open for residents<br />

with Obetz Black Cards. Visit obetz.oh.us<br />

for information.<br />

Lockbourne Council<br />

Lockbourne Village Council meets the<br />

second and fourth Mondays of each month<br />

at 7 p.m. at the Lockbourne Event Center,<br />

206 Vause St., Lockbourne.<br />

PEACE FREE<br />

LUTHERAN CHURCH<br />

28 Elm St., <strong>Canal</strong> <strong>Winchester</strong><br />

614-837-6689 www.peacecw.org<br />

Pastor Steven Carlson<br />

Our mission is to "joyfully serve, praise,<br />

and reach out for Jesus" .<br />

Sunday Services: 8:00am and 10:30am<br />

Sunday School: 9:15am<br />

BETHANY LUTHERAN<br />

CHURCH, LCMS<br />

1000 Noe-Bixby Rd. Columbus, OH 43213<br />

Telephone: 614-866-7755<br />

Website: bethanylutherancolumbus.com<br />

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Starting 4/28<br />

NEW SUMMER SERVICE HOURS: 10:00 AM<br />

Beginning Sunday, <strong>May</strong> 12, and continuing through the<br />

summer, the 2nd Sunday of every month will be<br />

“DRIVE-IN” service.<br />

Bring lawn chairs to sit on the lawn or<br />

you can worship from your car<br />

Please visit the<br />

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By Linda Dillman<br />

Staff Writer<br />

Student leaders at Hamilton Township<br />

High School are getting real-world experience<br />

in helping solve problems through a<br />

partnership with Ohio State University.<br />

The university’s Student Leadership<br />

Research Collaborative–of which a quartet<br />

of HTHS students are members, along<br />

with their advisor and Inclusivity<br />

Coordinator Byron Allgood–is designed to<br />

provide central Ohio high schoolers with<br />

training, experiences, and opportunities to<br />

become change leaders in their school.<br />

Participants attend six sessions, sharing<br />

newfound insights and celebrating<br />

their accomplishments. The sessions are<br />

held monthly at Columbus State,<br />

Cleveland State, and Ohio State.<br />

“Last year our building principal, Mr.<br />

O’Hearn, made me aware of the program,”<br />

said Allgood. “Once I saw what they had to<br />

offer our students, it was a ‘no brainer’ to<br />

have them join the program. This program<br />

goes right along with the Leader in Me curriculum<br />

that our school has adopted and it<br />

gives our students an opportunity to apply<br />

the leadership skills that they have<br />

learned, along with learning how to problem<br />

solve using data based research.”<br />

A team of program facilitators leads the<br />

collaborative–college professors, educational<br />

administrators and leadership<br />

experts–and a diverse group of speakers.<br />

Past speakers include OSU Athletic<br />

Director Gene Smith; Freedom Writers<br />

Foundation founder Erin Gruwell; eleventime<br />

NBA champion Cleo Clemons who<br />

coached Michael Jordan, Shaquille O'Neal<br />

and Kobe Bryant; and Clark Kellogg, former<br />

OSU basketball player and current<br />

basketball announcer.<br />

Students engage in hands-on activities,<br />

simulations, discussion, and small group<br />

work as they learn about community leadership.<br />

Each team of first-year participants<br />

investigates an issue affecting their school<br />

and, at the final session of the collaborative,<br />

presents its findings and recommendations<br />

to peers, collaborative superintendent<br />

and other community leaders.<br />

In their second year, students focus on<br />

extending their work through action and<br />

advocacy, and solve an issue that is trending<br />

in schools throughout the state. This<br />

year, students are tackling the issue of student<br />

absenteeism. There are more than 30<br />

schools involved across Ohio.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 16, 2023, five HTHS students<br />

presented their findings to the Ohio State<br />

Student Leadership Research<br />

Collaborative.<br />

The group included Alexandria<br />

Williams, Olivia Taylor, Penelope Taylor,<br />

Jeremiah Hicks, and RJ Santmire.<br />

Students were tasked with identifying a<br />

problem within the school community, a<br />

lack of clear communication to the student<br />

body, and collected data.<br />

They created viable solutions to the<br />

problem, such as a bulletin board in the<br />

cafeteria and an information fair for fellow<br />

high schoolers.<br />

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HT students dive into research<br />

Photo courtesy of Hamilton Local Schools<br />

Hamilton Student Leadership Research<br />

Collaborative members, left to right,<br />

Jeremiah Hicks, Olivia Taylor, Pj Taylor<br />

and Rj Santmire, go over data on school<br />

absenteeism.<br />

“These students were chosen for this<br />

group because they demonstrate great<br />

leadership skills within other groups that<br />

they are involved in,” said Allgood. “The<br />

students did such a good job during this<br />

collaborative; they were chosen to attend<br />

the National Student Leadership Summit.”<br />

For the <strong>2024</strong>-25 school year, the fourmember<br />

high school team’s focus on student<br />

absenteeism is drawing on the talents<br />

of second year participants Olivia Taylor,<br />

Pj Taylor, Jeremiah Hicks and RJ<br />

Santmire.<br />

“I decided to participate in the OSU<br />

Leadership Collaborative because I believe<br />

in the power of collaboration and continuous<br />

learning in leadership development,”<br />

said Olivia Taylor. “This collaborative<br />

offers a unique opportunity to engage with<br />

fellow leaders from diverse backgrounds<br />

and disciplines, sharing experiences and<br />

insights that can enrich my own leadership<br />

journey.”<br />

From the experience, Taylor said she<br />

hopes to gain a deeper understanding of<br />

effective leadership practices, particularly<br />

in the context of experience via the OSU<br />

Leadership Collaborative.<br />

She wants to enhance her leadership<br />

skills, learn new strategies for fostering<br />

innovation and collaboration, and gain<br />

valuable perspectives from a multitude of<br />

students like herself on addressing the<br />

challenges and opportunities facing schools<br />

and the state as well.<br />

Additionally, she hopes to build meaningful<br />

connections with other leaders and<br />

staff members as a part of the collaborative,<br />

fostering relationships that can support<br />

ongoing growth, collaboration, and<br />

success beyond the program.<br />

Fellow leadership team member Pj<br />

Taylor said, “I chose to participate in this<br />

because Mr. Allgood is someone I look up<br />

to, believed in me enough to ask me to join,<br />

but I also joined because it is a really amazing<br />

program pushing for change within<br />

school districts which in turn, changes the<br />

lives of children. I hope to gain a better<br />

understanding of leadership from this program<br />

and the mindset that if I put my<br />

mind to it, I can achieve it.”


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Be a beekeeper<br />

The Fairfield County Beekeepers Association<br />

recently marked its fifth anniversary with a new<br />

meeting place and full Beginner Beekeeping classes.<br />

FCBA formed in 2019 to give beekeepers in or near<br />

Fairfield County a place to mingle with other beekeepers,<br />

learn about best management practices, provide<br />

outreach to the community about honey bees and the<br />

environment, and attract and train new beekeepers.<br />

When the club was told last November that it needed<br />

to find a new meeting place, the Central Ohio Coon<br />

Hunters Club, located on Coonpath Road, offered their<br />

club house as a meeting place and a big open field for<br />

FCBA’s apiary. The Coon Hunters Club does conservation<br />

projects and plan to create an insect-friendly field<br />

of wildflowers. They were hoping to attract some bees<br />

and other pollinators to their property.<br />

Each November, news about the FCBA Beginner<br />

Beekeeping Scholarship goes out to local schools, 4-H<br />

and agriculture groups and also to military veterans.<br />

The club offers scholarships covering a class, hives and<br />

bees, plus year-long mentoring for the scholarship<br />

recipients.<br />

Then in early spring, before the bees come out of<br />

their winter clusters, FCBA offers day-long educational<br />

trainings about how to begin beekeeping. The club<br />

helps newcomers get their woodenware hives and<br />

order bees. Once the warm spring weather comes, the<br />

club offers twice monthly training in their training bee<br />

yard (apiary) for the new beekeepers. Experienced<br />

mentors are also assigned to those “NewBees” that<br />

want them.<br />

The club meets monthly, providing an educational<br />

speaker at each meeting, a chance to win a bee related<br />

door prize (all donated) and time to hang out and talk<br />

bees with other beekeepers. FCBA member volunteers<br />

do many outreach activities, like presentations for<br />

adult or young people’s groups and provide a huge display<br />

of hands-on artifacts about bees, activities for kids<br />

and a live observation hive at many festivals and fairs<br />

around Fairfield County.<br />

The club had a honey bee booth at the Earth Day<br />

Fair in Rising Park in April and will do the same at<br />

Hocking County Ag Days at the Hoking County<br />

Fairgrounds, <strong>May</strong> 11 and 12. FCBA will have a live<br />

demonstration in the bee yard and a huge booth of<br />

hands-on artifacts for the Central Oho Coon Hunters<br />

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CW pool opens <strong>May</strong> 24<br />

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to see their recently deceased partner at<br />

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The film begins with a vivid montage of<br />

long-time partners Harriet (Lucy Boynton)<br />

and her boyfriend Max (David Corenswet)<br />

that captures their most blissful moments<br />

together.<br />

We see them frolicking on the beach<br />

with their sweet and scruffy dog, playing<br />

card games when inclement weather keeps<br />

them inside, spending lazy days snuggled<br />

up on the couch or in bed, and attending<br />

numerous concerts together because they<br />

share a love of music.<br />

This idyllic sequence is swiftly interrupted<br />

by the muffled sound of crunching<br />

metal and then it transitions into a blankfaced<br />

Harriet curled up on the couch alone<br />

in a dimly lit apartment, staring at a bulletin<br />

board with dozens of pictures of her<br />

and Max together in happier times, the<br />

time when he was alive.<br />

Upon closer examination of the material<br />

in the room, we see there is something different<br />

about the bulletin board and the<br />

dimly lit apartment.<br />

Scattered across the floor are dozens of<br />

crates of vinyl records marked ‘tested’ and<br />

‘untested’ and pinned across the bulletin<br />

board are strings and sticky-notes full of<br />

scribbles.<br />

It looks like something a conspiracy theorist<br />

would have when trying to link ideas<br />

together, but we soon discover the reason<br />

for her apparent descent into madness.<br />

During the car accident that took Max’s<br />

life, Harriet was injured and spent six days<br />

in a coma.<br />

The traumatic brain injury she sustained<br />

somehow rewired her synapses and<br />

she can now travel back in time to relive<br />

moments of her relationship with Max —<br />

but only when she hears the specific lyrics,<br />

notes, or songs that are attached to those<br />

memories.<br />

Sounds romantic, right?<br />

Well, not so much.<br />

In the two years<br />

since Max died and<br />

Harriet gained the ability<br />

to time travel, she<br />

has become both obsessive<br />

and reclusive. In<br />

addition to constantly<br />

playing the records<br />

that will allow her to<br />

dip into the past, she<br />

has become obsessed<br />

with the theory that<br />

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Dedra<br />

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there are songs out there that could change<br />

his fate.<br />

At the same time, she is terrified to venture<br />

outside of her apartment because<br />

hearing a specific lyric, note or song could<br />

propel her into the past and cause her<br />

harm in the present.<br />

Since she knows her life has become<br />

extremely unhealthy — a fact that her best<br />

friend Morris (Austin Crute) repeatedly<br />

points out to her — she has started to<br />

attend grief support meetings to try to<br />

come to terms with her sorrow and the<br />

guilt associated with her inability to alter<br />

Max’s death.<br />

While there, she meets a kind and sweet<br />

man named David (Justin H. Min) who<br />

tries to help her see that life can be good<br />

again even with all the heartbreak and<br />

tragedies.<br />

Although we know that the budding<br />

relationship between Harriet and David is<br />

doomed from the start, Boynton and Min<br />

have such great chemistry together that it<br />

makes this romantic dramedy even more<br />

bittersweet.<br />

As with most other time traveling<br />

movies, there are a few inconsistencies<br />

with the rules but “The Greatest Hits” does<br />

manage to provide simple explanations of<br />

the mechanisms and how conceivably<br />

Harriet could save Max’s life. Some have<br />

argued that the continued attempts to<br />

alter the past goes against the overarching<br />

message of grief being temporary but I<br />

found that it fits into the mindset of the<br />

lead character.<br />

“The Greatest Hits” is only streaming<br />

on Hulu as of right now — occasionally<br />

physical copies of original films on streaming<br />

platforms will end up in the library system<br />

— but if you ever get the opportunity to<br />

watch this movie, please do.<br />

It has a unique premise, charming and<br />

effective performances and is a serene love<br />

letter to our brain’s relationship with<br />

music.<br />

Grade: B-<br />

Dedra Cordle is a <strong>Messenger</strong> staff writer<br />

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SEWING MACHINE<br />

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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROCER FOR 76 YEARS •<br />

PAGE 16 - SOUTH & CANAL WINCHESTER MESSENGER - <strong>May</strong> 5, <strong>2024</strong><br />

FRESH QUALITY MEATS...<br />

ONLY!<br />

LESSER QUANTITIES LB. $ 3 79<br />

ONLY!<br />

STIR FRY STRIPS LB. $ 7 99<br />

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD<br />

GROCER SERVING THE<br />

SOUTH SIDE FOR 79 YEARS!<br />

3453 Parsons Ave<br />

614-491-4221<br />

Open Daily 8:30 am – 9:00 pm<br />

USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS<br />

ENGLISH STEAK LB. $ 5 49<br />

ONLY!<br />

Always Available:<br />

Check Cashing • Food Stamps<br />

WIC • Money Orders<br />

All Ohio Lottery Games<br />

Utility Payments<br />

Postage Stamps<br />

LIKE US ON<br />

FACEBOOK AT<br />

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U.S.D.A.<br />

CHOICE<br />

Top Quality<br />

U.S.D.A.<br />

CHOICE<br />

Top Quality<br />

10-LB. AVG.<br />

FRESH<br />

GROUND<br />

BEEF<br />

$<br />

3 49<br />

LB.<br />

USDA CHOICE<br />

BEEF BONELESS<br />

TOP SIRLOIN<br />

STEAK<br />

$<br />

6 99<br />

LB.<br />

USDA CHOICE<br />

BEEF BONELESS<br />

ENGLISH<br />

ROAST<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

LB.<br />

FRESH<br />

PORK LOIN<br />

BABY BACK<br />

PORK RIBS<br />

$<br />

3 79<br />

LB.<br />

GERBER POULTRY<br />

FRESH CHICKEN<br />

DRUMS OR<br />

THIGHS<br />

$<br />

1 99<br />

LB.<br />

12-OZ.<br />

SLICED<br />

HORMEL<br />

BACON<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

EA.<br />

16-OZ. ROLL<br />

BOB EVANS<br />

SAUSAGE<br />

GROCERY SPECIALS...<br />

14-15-OZ. SELECTED VARIETIES<br />

LIBBY’S CANNED<br />

VEGETABLES<br />

5/$<br />

5<br />

11-16-OZ.<br />

12-OZ. CANS ALL FLAVORS<br />

8-PACK FAYGO SODA<br />

2/ $ 7<br />

6-CT. 3 FLAVORS<br />

TOAST’EM POP-UPS<br />

5/ $ 5<br />

FRESH PRODUCE...<br />

FRESH<br />

WHOLE<br />

SEEDLESS $<br />

6 99<br />

WATERMELON<br />

EA.<br />

10-LB. BAG<br />

FRESH<br />

IDAHO<br />

POTATOES<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

EA.<br />

8-OZ. 4 VARIETIES<br />

IDAHOAN POTATOES<br />

2/ $ 6<br />

4.25-OZ. MOSSY OAK ALL DRESSED<br />

UNCLE RAY’S CHIPS<br />

5/ $ 5<br />

2/ $ 7<br />

12-24-OZ.<br />

16-OZ.<br />

CALIFORNIA<br />

RED<br />

RIPE<br />

STRAWBERRIES2/ $ 7<br />

FRESH<br />

SWEET<br />

VIDALIA<br />

ONIONS<br />

$<br />

1 39<br />

LB.<br />

MASHED POTATOES OR<br />

BOB EVANS<br />

SIDES<br />

16.9-OZ.<br />

BUBLY BURST<br />

12-OZ. CANS<br />

ALL AVAILABLE VARIETIES<br />

5/ $ 5<br />

12-PACK<br />

PEPSI PRODUCTS<br />

3/$<br />

15<br />

$<br />

3 99<br />

EA.<br />

SELECTED VARIETIES AIR FRYER OR<br />

PICTSWEET GRILLIN’ VEGGIES<br />

2/ $ 7<br />

14-OZ. GINGER OR LEMON<br />

STAUFFER’S SNAPS<br />

2/ $ 7<br />

OR $5.99 EACH<br />

8-OZ.<br />

POLISH OR SMOKED<br />

BAR-S<br />

SAUSAGE 5/ $ 5<br />

DELI FRESH...<br />

DELI FRESH<br />

HONEY OR<br />

VIRGINIA<br />

HAM<br />

DELI FRESH<br />

COLBY OR<br />

COJACK<br />

CHEESE<br />

6.5-OZ. AEROSOL DESSERT TOPPING<br />

REDDI WIP<br />

2/ $ 6<br />

8-OZ. SHAKER<br />

KRAFT PARMESAN CHEESE<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

$<br />

5 99<br />

15-OZ.<br />

BUN SIZE BEEF<br />

BALL PARK<br />

FRANKS<br />

Prices Effective Monday, <strong>May</strong> 6 thru Saturday, <strong>May</strong> 18, <strong>2024</strong> • Quantity Rights Reserved • We Reserve the Right to Correct Pricing Errors.<br />

LB.<br />

$<br />

7 49<br />

LB.<br />

10-12.8-OZ.<br />

KING’S HAWAIIAN<br />

BUNS OR ROLLS<br />

$<br />

3 99<br />

GARLIC OR ALL MEAT<br />

KAHN’S<br />

DELI FRESH<br />

BOLOGNA<br />

DELI FRESH<br />

ROTELLI<br />

PASTA<br />

SALAD<br />

48-OZ. COUNTRY DAIRY<br />

DEAN’S ICE CREAM<br />

2/ $ 9<br />

64-OZ. TANGY ORIGINAL<br />

SUNNY D PUNCH<br />

3/ $ 5<br />

$<br />

4 49<br />

LB.<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

LB.<br />

$<br />

4 99<br />

EA.

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