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In 2008, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive unit was a dominant<br />

force in the National Football League, leading all other<br />

teams in nearly every major statistical category and playing<br />

an integral role in the team’s AFC Championship and Super<br />

Bowl XLIII victories.<br />

It is that season that London native and Pro Football Hall<br />

of Famer Dick LeBeau chose as the focus of his forthcoming<br />

book, “Legendary: The 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers Defense, the<br />

Zone Blitz, and My Six Decades in the NFL.” Published by Triumph<br />

Publishing, the book is slated for release on July 9.<br />

A football lifer, LeBeau was a member of Ohio State University’s<br />

1957 national championship team. He went on to play<br />

for the Detroit Lions for 14 years, then embarked on a 45-year<br />

NFL coaching career, spending 16 of those seasons guiding the<br />

Steelers’ defense. He retired from the NFL in 2017 and decided<br />

a few years ago to look into writing a book about the 2008 season.<br />

“I thought it would be good if there was something down in<br />

writing to commemorate what these guys did in that year,” he<br />

said.<br />

“Legendary” marks LeBeau’s first journey into authorship.<br />

“They say everybody’s got one good book in them. It was<br />

kind of fun to jump in the water and see what the temperature<br />

was. I enjoyed it,” LeBeau said of the writing process.<br />

That process spanned two-and-a-half years and involved<br />

meticulous research.<br />

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bers,” LeBeau said, referring to the statistics that set the team<br />

apart. “I went back and looked at every game from that season<br />

and contacted a lot of the players and did a lot of interviewing.<br />

“I had a good memory of the general things that happened,<br />

but I wanted to be pretty exact in what I was writing about.”<br />

LeBeau praised his co-authors, sportswriters Scott Brown<br />

and George Von Benko, for their work on the book.<br />

“The way we pieced it together, it makes for interesting and<br />

light reading,” LeBeau said. “Readers can jump around if they<br />

want. Each chapter covers a couple of different areas.”<br />

In addition to detailing the 2008 season, the book includes<br />

anecdotes from LeBeau’s nearly 60 years in the league, as well<br />

as recollections from players who helped to bring LeBeau’s<br />

groundbreaking defensive strategy to life. Those players include<br />

Hall of Fame Safety Troy Polamalu, 2008 NFL Defensive<br />

Player of the Year James Harrison, and essential linebacker<br />

James Farrior, to name a few.<br />

Born in 1937, LeBeau graduated from London High School<br />

in 1955. He currently lives in Cincinnati with his wife, Nancy.<br />

About his hometown, LeBeau said, “I couldn’t have had a<br />

better place to grow up, better people to grow up with, or a better<br />

environment to prepare myself to have a very happy life.”<br />

“Legendary: The 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers Defense, the<br />

Zone Blitz, and My Six Decades in the NFL” can be pre-ordered<br />

at amazon.com.<br />

In his forthcoming book, London native Dick LeBeau delves<br />

into the details that made 2008 a standout season for the Pittsburgh<br />

Steelers’ defense. He also includes anecdotes from his<br />

nearly 60 years as an NFL player and coach.<br />

Hands-on learning at ‘How Do You STEAM?’<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

As they were extinguishing simulated flames, checking for germs<br />

under a black light, and making chromatography butterflies, local<br />

youngsters were learning about careers in science, technology, engineering,<br />

art, and math.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 3, the city of London hosted “How Do You STEAM?” in<br />

partnership with the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) as part<br />

of COSI’s Big Science Celebration. The event took place at London<br />

City Hall and was open to the public. Among the visitors were all<br />

of London City Schools’ second-graders.<br />

See STEAM page 4<br />

(From left) Savannah<br />

Whited, Salem MacKenzie,<br />

Raelynn Millington,<br />

and Gracie Mullins listen<br />

as Anthony Breedlove<br />

talks about using the<br />

technology of artificial<br />

intelligence to be creative.<br />

Breedlove is with<br />

Telus International, a<br />

company that provides<br />

assistive technology.


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Making sure they’re ‘Future Ready’<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Farm Bureau is<br />

hosting “Ice Cream with a Farmer” on June<br />

8, 2-4 p.m., at Pastime Park in Plain City.<br />

Free Miller’s Old Fashioned ice cream will<br />

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London City Schools hosted its 3rd Annual<br />

Future Ready Day on <strong>May</strong> 1. The day<br />

celebrates career readiness and awareness<br />

through immersive events on all three campuses.<br />

At London Elementary, high school students<br />

guided third- and fourth-graders<br />

through hands-on activity stations. Activities<br />

included fingerprinting, making candy<br />

sushi, filming news segments, braiding hair,<br />

exploring fire fighting equipment, operating<br />

robots, petting farm animals, making butter,<br />

planting seeds, creating sidewalk art,<br />

learning Hispanic dances, participating in<br />

quiz bowl and e-sports, and learning about<br />

Ohio’s colleges through word searches and<br />

coloring pages.<br />

“The High Schoolers in the Hallways”<br />

event at the elementary also included a<br />

video produced by high-schoolers. The video<br />

features school administrators, school staff<br />

members, and community partners reading<br />

Kevin Fleming’s award-winning book,<br />

“There’s a Hat for That: Exploring Careers<br />

that Fit You Best.”<br />

At London Middle School, a Life Fair provided<br />

students with insights into various<br />

pathways available during and after high<br />

school. More than 60 community members,<br />

businesses, post-secondary institutions, and<br />

high school organizations were represented<br />

at the fair. Students received color-coded<br />

maps tailored to their YouScience high career<br />

aptitudes and interests, enabling them<br />

to navigate the event strategically and connect<br />

with organizations aligning with their<br />

aspirations.<br />

The grand finale of the day was the Senior<br />

Signing Day event at the high school.<br />

High schoolers, eighth-graders, fifthgraders,<br />

the families of graduating seniors,<br />

and local dignitaries attended. The celebratory<br />

event acknowledged each senior's<br />

unique journey into employment, the Armed<br />

Services, or post-secondary education, culminating<br />

in an official “signing" ceremony that<br />

marked the beginning of their future paths.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Pat Donahue<br />

London High School junior Ellen Moore (far left) introduces London Elementary students<br />

to the six ducks that are part of her FFA project. She was one of many high schoolers<br />

who volunteered to introduce younger students to programs they can join in high school<br />

and careers they can pursue after high school.<br />

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at the Life Fair held at London Middle School on <strong>May</strong> 1. The Life Fair was part of London<br />

City Schools’ 3rd Annual Future Ready Day, a district-wide event.


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Nine honored at Ohio Peace Officers Memorial<br />

Joined by members of the Ohio Peace Officer Training<br />

Commission and law enforcement officers from<br />

across the state, Attorney General Dave Yost gathered<br />

on <strong>May</strong> 2 with the families of nine Ohio peace officers<br />

who died in the line of duty in recent years to honor the<br />

officers and others lost before them.<br />

“Today is a day of remembrance and profound sadness,”<br />

Yost told those attending the 36th Ohio Peace Officers<br />

Memorial Ceremony which took place outside the<br />

Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy in London. “There<br />

is no need to mask our pain. We all share it.”<br />

Also during his opening remarks, Yost expressed his<br />

support for law enforcement nationwide, reflecting on<br />

the slaying this week of four police officers in Charlotte,<br />

North Carolina.<br />

“The grief we feel for the peace officers honored here<br />

today is compounded by our shock at this tragic event,”<br />

Yost said. “The Thin Blue Line that connects our work,<br />

wherever that work is done, connects our hearts, too.<br />

And for that reason, we are gathered here not only to<br />

give comfort to each other, but to receive it.”<br />

This year’s ceremony paid special tribute to nine<br />

Ohio law enforcement officers who died in the line of<br />

duty between 2020 and 2023 and one historical honoree.<br />

It also marked the public unveiling of a major renovation<br />

of the Fallen Officers Memorial Wall on the<br />

grounds of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.<br />

Freshly engraved with the names of 836 peace officers<br />

dating back to 1832, the 32 panels of polished black<br />

granite that form the memorial wall were recently<br />

mounted over the wall’s limestone face, preserving the<br />

legacy of Ohio’s fallen heroes for generations to come.<br />

The eternal flame, a reminder of the risks that peace<br />

officers face every day, still burns at the center of the<br />

memorial.<br />

The nine peace officers memorialized this year are:<br />

• Deputy Joshua I. Hamilton,<br />

Preble County Sheriff’s Office<br />

Deputy Hamilton died in a headon<br />

crash on a dark, rural road in<br />

Preble County on Dec. 18, 2023,<br />

while pursuing a speeding motorist.<br />

He was 34. Hamilton had been with<br />

the Preble County Sheriff’s Office<br />

for approximately 1.5 years, since<br />

<strong>May</strong> 2022. He was assigned to the jail until June 2023,<br />

when he was promoted to road patrol. Before entering<br />

law enforcement, Hamilton was in the Navy, serving on<br />

the USS Nimitz. He later served in the Navy Reserve<br />

and Army National Guard. He is survived by a young<br />

daughter and his parents.<br />

• Deputy Marcus L. Zeigler,<br />

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office<br />

Nine months after joining the<br />

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office as<br />

a corrections officer, Deputy Zeigler<br />

collapsed during a training run at<br />

the Great Oaks police academy,<br />

where he was pursuing the next<br />

stage of his career. He was rushed<br />

to the hospital but died two days later on <strong>May</strong> 26, 2023.<br />

He was 36. Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey remembers<br />

swearing him in as a deputy: “There was no mistaking<br />

his pride in that uniform.” Zeigler loved firearms and<br />

quickly became an expert. From 2017 to 2022, he operated<br />

his own training business, Zeigler Defense Systems.<br />

He is survived by his wife and five children.<br />

• Officer Timothy J. Unwin, Springfield Township<br />

Police Department<br />

Officer Unwin died in a car crash on March 31, 2023,<br />

as he was responding to a radio call for assistance from<br />

fellow officers who were being attacked by an individual<br />

resisting arrest. He was 31. He<br />

joined the Springfield Township Police<br />

Department on <strong>May</strong> 24, 2021.<br />

He started his career as a corrections<br />

officer with the Hamilton<br />

County Sheriff’s Office before joining<br />

the city of Hamilton Police Department.<br />

“He made everyone smile with<br />

his antics,” Springfield Township<br />

Chief Rick Bley said. “He truly made everyone a better<br />

person.” He is survived by his parents and siblings.<br />

• Deputy Terrance N. Bateman,<br />

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office<br />

Deputy Bateman was a kind<br />

man with a quiet demeanor and a<br />

servant’s heart, his colleagues said.<br />

A 25-year veteran of the Corrections<br />

Division in the Franklin County<br />

Sheriff’s Office, he provided encouragement<br />

to his co-workers and the<br />

inmates he supervised. “Mr. B never missed an opportunity<br />

to say a kind word. He was simply loved,” his colleagues<br />

wrote in an online tribute soon after his death.<br />

Bateman is remembered for his commitment to faith and<br />

family. He died of COVID-19 on Jan. 15, 2022. He was<br />

59. He is survived by his wife and seven children.<br />

• Corporal Matthew D. Mitchell,<br />

South Vienna Police Department<br />

Cpl. Mitchell served three years<br />

with the South Vienna Police Department<br />

and, before that, five<br />

years with the South Charleston<br />

Police, where he also was a member<br />

of the Clark County drug task force.<br />

Before deciding to go into law enforcement<br />

and attending the Clark State Police Academy,<br />

he worked with a private investigations company.<br />

His first job out of the academy was with the Port<br />

William Police Department in Clinton County. In early<br />

December 2021, in the course of his job, Mitchell contracted<br />

COVID-19. He died Dec. 29 at age 52. He is survived<br />

by his longtime girlfriend and three children.<br />

• Officer Anthony E. Cloyd, University of Dayton<br />

(UD) Department of Public Safety<br />

Like many other first responders,<br />

Officer Cloyd contracted<br />

COVID-19 while carrying out his<br />

duties. He died on Dec. 9, 2021, at<br />

age 59, the first UD officer to die in<br />

the line of duty. Cloyd became a<br />

peace officer later in life. At 43 he<br />

went to the police academy, then<br />

landed his first and only job at UD in 2005. As a patrol<br />

officer, he enjoyed interacting with students and university<br />

area residents. He was a favorite of the Flyers<br />

basketball team and was close with university administrators.<br />

His wife remembers him as someone who always<br />

put others first with small acts of kindness. He is<br />

also survived by three sons.<br />

• Deputy Billy I. Ihrig, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office<br />

Deputy Ihrig died on Oct. 28,<br />

2021, after suffering complications<br />

from COVID-19. He is believed to<br />

have contracted the virus about a<br />

month earlier while restraining a<br />

suspect he had arrested. Ihrig entered<br />

law enforcement after serving<br />

13 years in the Marine Corps. He<br />

started his 17-year career with the<br />

sheriff’s office in corrections, moved to the detective bureau,<br />

and spent the last several years working in patrol.<br />

His love and commitment to the military never wavered. After leaving<br />

active service, he volunteered with the American Legion and the<br />

Veterans of Foreign Wars, as well as the Fraternal Order of Police.<br />

His family remembers his enduring willingness to help people. Ihrig<br />

was 52. He is survived by his longtime girlfriend and six children.<br />

• Officer Gerald F. Lynch, Mentor Police Department<br />

Officer Lynch started his law enforcement<br />

career in 1987 after serving overseas in the<br />

U.S. Army. He retired as a lieutenant in 2016<br />

after 24 years with the Painesville Police Department,<br />

but he returned to service the following<br />

year with the City of Mentor as a part-time<br />

officer in Municipal Court. While working for<br />

Mentor, Lynch contracted COVID-19. He died<br />

on Oct. 3, 2021, at the age of 56. The father of<br />

three is remembered by his wife as being selfless in his work, noting<br />

that on several occasions he had declined honors so that lowerranking<br />

officers would be recognized instead.<br />

• Patrolman Mark U. Heinl, St. Henry Police<br />

Department<br />

Patrolman Heinl died at age 60 on Nov. 28,<br />

2020, after a monthlong battle with COVID-19.<br />

Before joining the St. Henry Police Department,<br />

he had retired as a captain from the Mercer<br />

County Sheriff’s Office after a decades-long<br />

career there. Heinl also was an active volunteer<br />

with several local emergency response agencies<br />

and numerous community organizations. His<br />

family continues his legacy in the profession. A son and daughterin-law<br />

work for the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, and another son<br />

is with the Columbus Division of Police. Heinl’s wife and four children<br />

established a scholarship fund in his memory which so far has<br />

provided academy tuition to three cadets.<br />

The historical honoree this year is Assistant Chief Orion Hale<br />

of the Germantown Police Department, who died after suffering a<br />

heart attack during a response call on Dec. 20, 1957. Hale’s line-ofduty<br />

death was only recently discovered by his department.


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Hospital raising money for second CT scanner<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> Health Foundation is launching their Caring Together<br />

for the Community initiative to help bring a second Computerized<br />

Tomography (CT) scanner to <strong>Madison</strong> Health.<br />

The $500,000 fundraising goal will help the hospital to secure a<br />

second scanner to increase access for patients seeking care of all<br />

acuity levels. CTs are an essential tool for physicians to diagnose<br />

and treat an extensive array of medical concerns not limited to suspected<br />

stroke, blood clots, urological, gastrointestinal, and respiratory<br />

conditions, surgical needs, emergent and traumatic injuries,<br />

and cancer.<br />

“<strong>Madison</strong> Health is committed to providing our community with<br />

convenient access to healthcare. Adding a second CT scanner will<br />

benefit patients through increased testing availability,” said Dana<br />

Engle, <strong>Madison</strong> Health CEO. “The second CT will also<br />

offer additional features, including some cardiac testing,<br />

called CTAs.”<br />

Engle noted that <strong>Madison</strong> Health is a certified Acute<br />

Stroke Ready Hospital which means a CT scan is the<br />

first stop for suspected stroke patients. When the current<br />

CT is in use for emergent needs, there can be a<br />

slight delay for patients scheduled for testing.<br />

This past year, <strong>Madison</strong> Health began providing “no<br />

out-of-pocket-costs” low-dose CT scans for patients with<br />

a smoking history.<br />

“As a physician, I’ve seen first-hand the importance<br />

of timely CT imaging for our patients,” said pulmonologist<br />

Dr. Adam Manko. “An additional CT will benefit<br />

patients with reduced wait times, enabling us to diagnose<br />

and treat patients promptly.”<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> Health Foundation Board learned of<br />

this critical need and welcomed the opportunity to raise<br />

funds to cover a portion of a second CT.<br />

Ginger Kronk, vice president of development at<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Health, said, “Our board cares about their<br />

friends, neighbors, and family. They wholeheartedly<br />

feel this project will enhance care for the community.<br />

We are grateful to our generous community which prioritizes<br />

healthcare and improving access for all seeking<br />

care.”<br />

Senior Center plans special events for <strong>May</strong> 13-17<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Citizens Center, 280 W. High St.,<br />

London, has planned a full week of special activities, along with<br />

their regularly scheduled activities, in recognition and appreciation<br />

of senior citizens. The Senior Cafe serves lunch Monday-Thursday,<br />

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. The cost is $6 for seniors and $6.50 for anyone<br />

younger than 55 years old. A special lunchtime is being offered on<br />

Friday, <strong>May</strong> 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call<br />

(740) 852-3001.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 13—8:30 a.m., indoor walking and exercise class;<br />

9 a.m., chair volleyball;<br />

9:30 a.m., crocheting, knitting and needle crafts; 10:30 a.m., sitting<br />

exercise and strengthening;<br />

1 p.m., Senior Week euchre tournament<br />

<strong>May</strong> 14—9 a.m.-1 p.m., Senior Fair featuring the following vendors<br />

and agencies: ALS United, Anthem Blue Cross/BS, Associates<br />

in Podiatry, Bluebird Retirement, Captel, Clear Caption, Central<br />

Ohio Area Agency on Aging, Columbus VA, Fire Department/Red<br />

Cross, Good Shepherd Village, Health Department, Heartland Hospice,<br />

Home Instead, Hoy Insurance Group, Job & Family Services,<br />

Lifecare Alliance, Lifeline of Ohio, London Public Library, London<br />

Police Department, Ohio Department of Commerce, Ohio Dermatology,<br />

Ohio’s Hospice Loving Care, <strong>Madison</strong> Health, <strong>Madison</strong> Senior<br />

Living, Medigold, Mid Ohio Food Collective, Ohio Consumers<br />

Council, OSHIIP, Safe Communities, Sovereign Village, Synergy<br />

Homecare, and Vitas Healthcare.<br />

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Ohio Dermatology will provide skin screenings,<br />

call the center for an appointment;<br />

4-7 p.m., euchre, billiards, workout room open<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15—8:30 a.m., indoor walking and exercise class;<br />

9 a.m., chair volleyball; 10:30 a.m., Clippers game trip<br />

departure; 12 p.m., bridge; 1 p.m., Senior Week bingo<br />

<strong>May</strong> 16—9 a.m., chair volleyball and Senior Week<br />

lunchtime raffle<br />

<strong>May</strong> 17—8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise class; 9<br />

a.m., painting class; 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Senior Week<br />

lunch; 12-1 p.m., ice cream social for Senior Center<br />

members; 1 p.m., free movie for members.<br />

STEAM<br />

Continued from page 1<br />

Participating businesses and organizations<br />

offering hands-on activities and giveaways<br />

included: COSI, Growing Seeds<br />

Studio, London Fire and EMS Department,<br />

London <strong>May</strong>or’s Office, London Middle<br />

School STEAM Club, London Public Library,<br />

London Visual Arts Guild, <strong>Madison</strong><br />

Health, <strong>Madison</strong> County Public Health,<br />

Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation,<br />

Savion, and Telus International.<br />

“We want to show students career options<br />

they might not have thought of before,”<br />

said Eve Breedlove, “How Do You STEAM?”<br />

organizer and administrative assistant at<br />

the city administration office.<br />

Mt. Sterling Public Library offers pickups at lockers in Midway.<br />

Library lockers in Midway<br />

Mount Sterling Public Library has installed library lockers<br />

outside the Vallery & Dorn Insurance building at 13760 Main<br />

St., Midway. Midway and South Solon area residents can<br />

arrange to pick up library items at the lockers.<br />

All they need to do is select “Midway lockers” when they place<br />

holds on items. Holds can be made using the SEO App, using<br />

the catalogue on the library website, www.mtsterlingpubliclibrary.org,<br />

or by calling the library at (740) 869-2430. Users must<br />

have a valid library card. The library will contact patrons with<br />

the locker number and digital lock combination details when the<br />

items are ready for pickup. Items can be return via the book<br />

drop in the same location.<br />

<strong>Messenger</strong> photo by Kristy Zurbrick<br />

Second-grader Luna Noble creates a maze<br />

for a battery-powered “bug” that uses vibration<br />

to move through an environment.<br />

Noble said, “I like it because I put a lot of<br />

creation into it,” Noble said. The activity<br />

was presented by London Public Library.


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Treble Tones to perform spring concert<br />

By Kristy Zurbrick<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> Editor<br />

The Treble Tones are wrapping up their<br />

second year with a spring concert on <strong>May</strong> 19<br />

at 2 p.m. at Midway Presbyterian Church,<br />

13681 State Rte. 38, Midway.<br />

Founded by London residents Teri Gray<br />

and Jessica Dunham, the Treble Tones are<br />

a choir made up of <strong>Madison</strong> County students<br />

in grades 3-8. The group rehearses<br />

year-round, gathering from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.<br />

on Mondays at First United Methodist<br />

Church in London.<br />

“Our kids are very committed. When<br />

they show up to rehearsal, they know it’s serious,”<br />

Gray said. “They know they sing for<br />

people who need to hear music, who want to<br />

HOLLOWAY<br />

Gary Lee Holloway, 75, of West Jefferson,<br />

Ohio, died on April 26, <strong>2024</strong>, in the Arbors<br />

West. Born on Nov. 29, 1948, in Springfield,<br />

Ohio, he was a son of Herschel Holloway and<br />

Elsie Mae (DeLong) Holloway.<br />

A graduate of London High School, Gary<br />

went on to work for the Chrysler Corporation<br />

for much of his career. He enjoyed classic<br />

cars and had several throughout his<br />

lifetime. Additionally, Gary enjoyed boating<br />

and spending time on the lake whenever<br />

possible.<br />

He is survived by: sons, Troy Holloway<br />

and Brian (Rebecca) Holloway, both of London;<br />

grandchildren, Josh (Rebecca) Holloway,<br />

Taylor Holloway, Ericca Holloway; brother<br />

Jack (Barb) Holloway; sister, Betty (Bo) Wall;<br />

several nieces and nephews. Gary was preceded<br />

in death by: his parents; brother, Paul<br />

Holloway; and sister, Bonnie Faulkner.<br />

A memorial visitation was held on <strong>May</strong> 6<br />

at Eberle-Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory,<br />

London. A memorial service followed<br />

with Pastor Rick Clos officiating.<br />

Condolences may be shared at<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

SELLARS<br />

Barbara Theresa (Bishop) Sellars, 84, of<br />

London, Ohio, passed peacefully to her<br />

heavenly home on <strong>May</strong> 1, <strong>2024</strong>, at Bluebird<br />

Retirement Community following a valiant<br />

battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was<br />

born on Jan. 16, 1940, in Milford Center,<br />

Ohio, one of eight children to the late Robert<br />

Bishop and Marie Boerger Bishop.<br />

She was preceded in death by: her<br />

mother and father; brother, John Bishop;<br />

sisters, Ruth Bishop Neas and Beth Bishop<br />

Brown; and brothers-in-law, Dwight<br />

Thompson and Ted Neas.<br />

She is survived by: her loving husband of<br />

61 years, Robert Sellars; sons, David (Janet)<br />

Sellars of Newnan, Georgia, and Matthew<br />

(Monica) Sellars of Knoxville, Tennessee;<br />

sisters, Miriam Bishop Staten, Mary Bishop<br />

Salyers, and Jeanne Bishop Thompson, all<br />

hear music. They know why we are here in<br />

the community.”<br />

The Treble Tones perform several times<br />

a year. Among their standing gigs are the<br />

London Rhythm & Rib Fest and the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Arts Council’s Young Artist<br />

Showcase. They also perform multiple<br />

shows at Christmas time, plus the spring<br />

concert. They add other performances to<br />

their schedule as they come along.<br />

At the <strong>May</strong> 19 event, they will perform<br />

12 or 13 pieces, including older songs like<br />

“Seize The Day” from the musical “Newsies”<br />

and “How Far I’ll Go” from the movie<br />

“Moana,” as well as newer songs including<br />

“You Will Be Found” from the movie “Dear<br />

Evan Hansen” and a choral piece entitled<br />

obituaries<br />

of Marysville; brother, Gerald Bishop of Milford<br />

Center; sister-in-law, Kay Bishop of<br />

Ocala, Florida; brother-in-law, Marvin<br />

Brown of Marysville; grandchildren, Seth<br />

(Rebecca) Sellars and Harleigh (Hunter)<br />

White, both of Franklin, Georgia, Natalie<br />

(Joe) Bentley of Jefferson City, Tennessee,<br />

and Jacob Sellars of Knoxville, Tennesee;<br />

and great-grandchildren, Gunner Sellars,<br />

Willa, Remi, and Josi White, and Wyatt,<br />

Cash, Ridge Bentley.<br />

Barbara earned her registered nurse degree<br />

from Community Hospital in Springfield.<br />

She was among the first nurses hired<br />

when <strong>Madison</strong> County Hospital opened in<br />

1962, where she dedicated 37 years to tirelessly<br />

caring for others before retiring in<br />

1998. She spent the last few years of nursing<br />

by being a very dedicated and loving<br />

hospice nurse to all of <strong>Madison</strong> County before<br />

she retired.<br />

She was a lifelong, active member of St.<br />

John’s Lutheran Church. She enjoyed traveling<br />

and spending time with the grandchildren.<br />

She loved butterflies and watching<br />

birds. Butterflies were very special to her<br />

because to a nurse the butterfly is a symbol<br />

of hope.<br />

A funeral service was held on <strong>May</strong> 7 at<br />

St. John’s Lutheran Church, London. Interment<br />

followed in Deercreek Township<br />

Cemetery. Visitation was held on <strong>May</strong> 6 at<br />

the church.<br />

Memorial contributions in Barb’s name<br />

may be made to: Affinity Care Hospice, 9349<br />

Waterstone Blvd., Ste 340, Cincinnati, OH<br />

45249-8320; or St. Jude Children’s Research<br />

Hospital at www.stjude.org/donate.<br />

The family was served by Eberle-Fisher<br />

Funeral Home and Crematory, London.<br />

Condolences may be shared online at<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

REYNOLDS<br />

Robert Anthony Reynolds, 66, of London,<br />

Ohio, died on <strong>May</strong> 2, <strong>2024</strong>, at home in the<br />

arms of his family. Born on March 17, 1958,<br />

in San Diego, California, he was a son of<br />

“Firefly.”<br />

Admission is free. Donations are welcome.<br />

Donations go toward the cost of t-<br />

shirts, music folders, music purchases, and<br />

insurance.<br />

Currently, the Treble Tones have 20<br />

members. Any child in grades 3-8 is welcome<br />

to join the group or attend a rehearsal<br />

to see what it’s all about. Long-term, Gray<br />

and Dunham hope to expand the Treble<br />

Tones into two choirs, one for younger children<br />

and one for high school youths.<br />

For more information, contact Teri Gray<br />

at (740) 506-1134 or Jessica Dunham at JessicaDunhamPiano@gmail.com.<br />

Olga Minerva (Guerra) Myers.<br />

Following high school, Robert served his<br />

country with the United States Navy. After<br />

his time in the service, he worked in California<br />

as a paramedic serving the search and<br />

rescue team to which he dedicated 10 years<br />

of service. He then relocated to central Ohio<br />

where he spent 10 years with Time Warner<br />

and later drove a truck for several years.<br />

Robert thoroughly enjoyed his search and<br />

rescue work and was always sure to share<br />

with his friends and family the many stories<br />

of the missions he completed. He enjoyed<br />

watching NASCAR races, particularly when<br />

his favorite driver, Dale Earnhart Jr., would<br />

race. Additionally, Robert would always<br />

watch “The First 48” in which he would be<br />

his own personal detective and solve the<br />

mystery for himself. With love for Elvis and<br />

older country music, Robert also loved<br />

singing his favorite songs for all to hear.<br />

Robert leaves behind: children, Amber<br />

(Toral Jr.) Wimer, Michael (Amy) Gonzales,<br />

and Angel Hatfield; grandchildren, Dallas<br />

Wimer (fiancée Chloe Riggle), Toral Wimer<br />

III, Temperance Wimer, Dutch Wimer,<br />

Kash Wimer, Joey Hatfield, and Kayla Hatfield;<br />

two great-grandchildren; stepfather,<br />

Jerry Myers; sister, Deb (Frank) Kosak; and<br />

best friend, Virginia Rieder-Merz.<br />

He was preceded in death by: his mother,<br />

Olga Myers; sister, Laurie Reynolds; and<br />

son-in-law, Jay Hatfield.<br />

Private services for Robert are being held<br />

at the convenience of the family.<br />

Throughout his lifetime, Robert remained<br />

deeply connected to his military service and<br />

dedication to his country. To continue his<br />

legacy, memorials in Robert’s name are encouraged<br />

to be sent to: <strong>Madison</strong> County Veterans,<br />

c/o The <strong>Madison</strong> County Veteran’s<br />

Service Center, 1 N. Main S., London, OH<br />

43140; or The National September 11 Memorial<br />

at www.911memorial.org/donate.<br />

The family is being served by Eberle-<br />

Fisher Funeral Home and Crematory, London.<br />

Condolences may be shared online at<br />

www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.<br />

Fish fries in West Jefferson<br />

American Legion Post 201, 9701 W.<br />

Broad St., West Jefferson, is hosting fish<br />

fries from 4 to 7 p.m. the first and third Fridays<br />

of each month.<br />

Lynch Family<br />

Funeral Home<br />

AND CREMATION SERVICE<br />

“Serving Families Like Family”<br />

124 E. High St., London, Ohio<br />

740-852-9212<br />

A MADISON COUNTY TRADITION<br />

www.rldfuneralhome.com<br />

Gail C. Wilson, 89, of Pennsville, passed<br />

away Tues. April 30, <strong>2024</strong> at her residence. She was<br />

born Jan. 26, 1935 to the late Mark and Margory<br />

(Clark) Hornbeck in London, OH.<br />

She was a switchboard operator in Columbus in her<br />

early days, then she enjoyed being a homemaker<br />

and helping on the farm. She was a member of the<br />

Pennsville Church of Christ and the OCCL Mother’s<br />

Club.<br />

She is survived by 2 sons, John R. (Kim) Wilson and<br />

Russell A. “Rusty” (Amy) Wilson, both of Stockport,<br />

daughter, Jean K. Goodnite of McConnelsville, 2<br />

sisters, Jo Kelley and Ruth Spegal, both of London,<br />

11 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.<br />

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband,<br />

John M. Wilson, son, Harlan Wilson and son-in-law,<br />

Max Goodnite.<br />

Graveside service was held Fri. <strong>May</strong> 3, <strong>2024</strong> at 10:00<br />

A.M. at Deer Creek Township Cemetery, 1255 Rt. 40,<br />

London, OH. Donations can be made to Shrivers<br />

Hospice Foundation.<br />

To send a note of condolence to the family, please<br />

visit www.matheneyfh.com.<br />

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Legion hosts monthly open mic nights<br />

American Legion Post 201, 9701 W. Broad St., West Jefferson, hosts open mic nights the third Tuesday of each<br />

month from 7 to 9 p.m. Among those participating in one of the recent sessions were: (from left) open mic night<br />

host Bob Penry, Doug Henderson, Don Harford, Kenny Kirk, and Samuel Messer. The next open mic night is<br />

<strong>May</strong> 21. Anyone who would like to participate or has questions can contact Bob Penry at (740) 490-7539.<br />

Power of the Purse supports literacy<br />

United Way of Clark, Champaign & <strong>Madison</strong> Counties<br />

is hosting <strong>Madison</strong> County’s Power of the Purse on<br />

June 12 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Choctaw Lake Lodge.<br />

Heavy hors d’oeuvres, drinks, a purse boutique, a Dolly<br />

Parton impersonator, a giving tree, a beer raffle, and<br />

more are planned. Tickets are $50. Tickets and sponsorships<br />

are available at uwccmc.org. For more information,<br />

contact United Way at (937) 324-5551 or unitedway@uwccmc.org.<br />

Proceeds benefit the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library,<br />

a free book program that gives children from birth<br />

to age 5 the gift of a new book each month. Local affiliates,<br />

like United Way of Clark, Champaign & <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County, raise funds to make the program possible.<br />

Farm Bureau states its positions<br />

position taken by the state or county starts with policy<br />

developed by the members at the local level.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Farm Bureau will again be having<br />

discussions about policy to propose at the state level and<br />

will work with our fellow delegates from across the state<br />

of Ohio to make sound policy decisions on this and many<br />

other issues facing as farmers and landowners.<br />

Ohio Farm Bureau’s mission is working together for<br />

Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen our<br />

communities. Learn more at ohiofarmbureau.org.<br />

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Alumni Banquet<br />

The Mount Sterling Plains and <strong>Madison</strong><br />

Plains annual alumni banquet is set for<br />

June 8 at the Mount Sterling Community<br />

Center, 164 E. Main St. Check-in starts at<br />

5 p.m. Dinner, catered by Ben & Joy’s,<br />

starts at 6 p.m. Reservations are due by<br />

<strong>May</strong> 31. Make checks payable to: Mt. Sterling<br />

Plains/<strong>Madison</strong> Plains Alumni Association.<br />

Mail checks to: Kathy Endres, 281<br />

New St., Mount Sterling, OH 43143. For<br />

more information, email Kathy at pendres@columbus.rr.com.<br />

Bridges Community Action<br />

Bridges Community Action, 294<br />

Lafayette St., London, is hosting an open<br />

house on <strong>May</strong> 15 from 1 to 3 p.m.<br />

Humane Society Fundraiser<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 14 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., the Mc-<br />

Donald's at 5410 Renner Rd., Columbus, is<br />

holding a digital fundraiser. The Humane<br />

Society of <strong>Madison</strong> County will receive 10<br />

percent from orders placed on the McDonald's<br />

digital app. Stop by for breakfast,<br />

lunch, or dinner.<br />

Summer Lunch for Kids<br />

First Baptist Church 250 Toland St.,<br />

London, is hosting its Summer Lunch for<br />

Kids program from 11:30 am. to 1 p.m.<br />

every Wednesday from <strong>May</strong> 29 to Aug. 7.<br />

Children will receive a grab-and-go sack<br />

lunch plus snacks for later. Call (740) 852-<br />

2580 for details.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong>-Plains Meeting<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong>-Plains school board will<br />

hold a special meeting on <strong>May</strong> 22 at 7 p.m.<br />

at the high school. The purpose of the meeting<br />

is to have a discussion and engage with<br />

the community in a conversation about facilities<br />

options for the school district. The<br />

district is working to provide child care onsite<br />

during the meeting.<br />

Friday Night Uptown<br />

West Jefferson’s first Friday Night Uptown<br />

is set for <strong>May</strong> 17, 6-10:30 p.m. Elvis<br />

impersonator Lonnie Jay Freeman and his<br />

band will perform from 6 to 7:30 p.m., followed<br />

by The Groove Brothers Band from 8<br />

to 10:30 p.m. Children’s activities will include<br />

blow-ups, henna, face painting, balloon<br />

animals, and treats. Several food<br />

trucks will be on site.<br />

Golf Scramble to honor Patty<br />

Boerger and Joan Boyle<br />

A golf scramble honoring the memories<br />

of Patty Boerger and Joan E. Boyle will take<br />

place on June 15 at The Ridge Golf & Gardens,<br />

17487 Robinson Rd., Marysville.<br />

Check-in is set for noon followed by a shotgun<br />

start at 1 p.m. A dinner catered by Los<br />

Mariachis, an auction, and awards will take<br />

place at 6 p.m.<br />

The cost to enter is $80 per golfer or $300<br />

per four-person team. Registrations are due<br />

by June 6. Hole competitions, move-up hole<br />

opportunities, mulligans, a $500 grand prize<br />

cash drawing, and other special features are<br />

part of the scramble.<br />

For more information, contact Nevin<br />

Taylor at nevintaylor2018@gmail.com or<br />

(937) 243-0998. Committee members include<br />

Ann Boerger, Jim Miller, and Nevin<br />

Taylor. Proceeds benefit local hospice and<br />

home health care.<br />

Basketball Camp<br />

Shekinah Christian School, 10040<br />

Lafayette-PlainCity Rd., Plain City, is holding<br />

a summer basketball camp June 3-7.<br />

Boys and girls entering grades 4-6 for the<br />

<strong>2024</strong>-25 school year will play from 10 a.m.<br />

to noon. Those entering grades 7-9 will play<br />

from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Registration is $65.<br />

For details and a registration form, contact<br />

Keith Lambert at kalambo48@gmail.com.<br />

Soil and Water Conservation<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Soil and Water<br />

Conservation District will meet on <strong>May</strong> 15<br />

at 8 a.m. in the <strong>Madison</strong> County Engineer’s<br />

conference room, 825 U.S. Hwy. 42 NE, London.<br />

The public is welcome.<br />

Chamber Golf Outing<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Chamber of Commerce<br />

is hosting its annual golf outing on<br />

June 21 at the National Road Golf Course,<br />

5135 U.S. Route 40, West Jefferson. The<br />

morning flight starts at 8 a.m. The afternoon<br />

flight starts at 12 p.m. Registration is<br />

$340 for a foursome or $90 for an individual.<br />

Sponsorship options are available. To register,<br />

email nicole@madisoncountyohio.org or<br />

email (740) 852-2250.<br />

Mt. Sterling Community Center<br />

The Mount Sterling Community Center<br />

is located at 164 E. Main St. For details, call<br />

(740) 869-2453.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 13—9 a.m.-12 p.m., indoor open play<br />

pickleball<br />

8-10 p.m., men’s open gym basketball<br />

<strong>May</strong> 14—3-6 p.m., food pantry for income<br />

eligible households. Pre-packed food boxes<br />

are delivered to your vehicle. Bring proof of<br />

residence at first visit and picture ID every<br />

visit. Call (740) 869-2453 for details.<br />

4:30-5:30 p.m., Take Off Pounds Sensibly<br />

7-8 p.m., Alcoholics Anonymous<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15—9 a.m.-12 p.m., indoor open play<br />

pickleball<br />

10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for adults<br />

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., senior lunch program<br />

for anyone 60 and older, RSVP by calling<br />

(740) 869-2453<br />

<strong>May</strong> 17—9 a.m.-12 p.m., indoor open play<br />

pickleball<br />

5-7 p.m., indoor open play pickleball<br />

<strong>May</strong> 18—10 a.m.-3 p.m., sewing for all<br />

ages and abilities;<br />

<strong>May</strong> 19—7-8:30 p.m., HEAT training (plyometrics/speed<br />

and agility) for grades K-12.<br />

Free (food drive donation items welcomed).<br />

Produce Market–Second and fourth<br />

Tuesdays of every month.<br />

Summer Youth Program–June 3-Aug. 16,<br />

10 a.m.-1 p.m., contact center for details.<br />

<strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Center<br />

The <strong>Madison</strong> County Senior Citizens<br />

Center is located at 280 W. High St., London.<br />

For details, call (740) 852-3001.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 13—8:30 a.m., indoor walking and<br />

exercise class; 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 9:30<br />

a.m., crocheting, knitting and needle crafts;<br />

10:30 a.m., sitting exercise and strengthening;<br />

1 p.m., Senior Week euchre tournament<br />

<strong>May</strong> 14—9 a.m.-1 p.m., Senior Fair; 4-7<br />

p.m., euchre, billiards, workout room open<br />

<strong>May</strong> 15—8:30 a.m., indoor walking and<br />

exercise class; 9 a.m., chair volleyball; 10:30<br />

a.m., Clippers game trip departure; 12 p.m.,<br />

bridge; 1 p.m., Senior Week bingo<br />

<strong>May</strong> 16—9 a.m., chair volleyball and Senior<br />

Week lunchtime raffle<br />

<strong>May</strong> 17—8:30 a.m., indoor walking/exercise<br />

class; 9 a.m., painting class; 11 a.m.-12<br />

p.m., Senior Week lunch; 12-1 p.m., ice<br />

cream social for Senior Center members; 1<br />

p.m., free movie for members.<br />

London Public Library<br />

20 E. First St., (740) 852-9543.<br />

• Toddler Time. For ages 0-3. <strong>May</strong> 14, 10-<br />

10:30 a.m.<br />

• Preschool Storytime. For ages 3-6.<br />

<strong>May</strong> 14, 11-11:45 a.m.<br />

• Book Club. The group will discuss<br />

“Matrix” by Lauren Goff on <strong>May</strong> 14 from 7<br />

to 7:45 p.m.<br />

• Using LinkedIn and Indeed. For this<br />

program, set for <strong>May</strong> 15, 6-7:30 p.m., attendees<br />

will learn about LinkedIn and Indeed,<br />

including what they are, how to use them,<br />

how to create a profile, and how to use them<br />

to network and job search.<br />

• Justice Bus. The Ohio Justice Bus will<br />

visit the library on <strong>May</strong> 16, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.<br />

The bus is a mobile legal aid office and technology<br />

hotspot that provides legal aid and<br />

pro-bono attorneys to Ohioans at no cost. On<br />

this day, attorneys will offer free legal advice<br />

on matters relating to family law (such as divorce,<br />

custody, child support, etc.). To meet<br />

with an attorney, register for a time slot on<br />

the library website or call (740) 852-9543.<br />

• Pen Pal Program. The library is working<br />

to pair people from different states to be<br />

pen pals. Patrons can register online by filling<br />

out a Google form, filling out the form in<br />

person at the library, or by calling the library.<br />

Registration runs through <strong>May</strong> 19.<br />

HBMLibrary<br />

270 Lilly Chapel Rd., West Jefferson,<br />

(614) 879-8448.<br />

• Storytime. Wednesdays and Friday at<br />

10:30 a.m.<br />

• Bookmark Voting. Visit the library in<br />

<strong>May</strong> to vote for your favorite bookmark in<br />

the lobby display case. The winners will<br />

have their bookmarks duplicated for the<br />

Summer Reading Program.<br />

• Board Meeting. The board will meet on<br />

<strong>May</strong> 14 at 6 p.m. in the library meeting<br />

room. For details, contact Director Chris<br />

Siscoe at csiscoe@hbmlibrary.org.<br />

• Special Storytimes. Sessions are set<br />

for <strong>May</strong> 29 and <strong>May</strong> 31 at 10:30 a.m. Kids<br />

are encouraged to wear clothes that can get<br />

dirty; they will be planting flowers in the<br />

flowerbeds at the library.<br />

• Graphing for the Future. Students in<br />

grades 7-12 are invited to visit the library<br />

on June 18 at 2 p.m. to learn how to use a<br />

graphing calculator that they will get to<br />

keep. Registration is now open.<br />

Mount Sterling Library<br />

60 W. Columbus St. , (740) 869-2430.<br />

• Preschool Storytime. 10:30 a.m. Mondays<br />

for ages 2-5 years old. The last regular<br />

storytime for the season is <strong>May</strong> 13. It will<br />

pick up again in September.<br />

• Friends of the Library. The Friends<br />

will meet on <strong>May</strong> 14 at 6:30 p.m. New members<br />

are welcome.<br />

• Ladies Night Out Movie. Ladies are invited<br />

to watch “Ordinary Angels” (PG) on<br />

the library’s big screen on <strong>May</strong> 20. Doors<br />

open at 6:30 p.m. Bring a potluck dish. The<br />

library provides pizza, popcorn, cold drinks,<br />

and flavored coffees. RSVP by calling the library<br />

or texting Melissa at (614) 315-7939.<br />

Plain City Library<br />

305 W. Main St., (614) 873-4912.<br />

• All Ages Storytime. Mondays, 10:30-11<br />

a.m. For ages 6 and younger.<br />

• Take & Make: Star Wars Mini Paper<br />

Lightbox. Pick up this kit anytime on <strong>May</strong><br />

17 while supplies last. With paper and double-sided<br />

tape, you can make a lightbox to<br />

watch Luke and Darth Vader battle with<br />

lightsabers against the background of the<br />

Death Star in a galaxy far, far away.<br />

• Board of Trustees. The library board<br />

will meet on <strong>May</strong> 20 at 6:30 p.m.<br />

• Ukulele Club. The club meets the third<br />

Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the library.<br />

The next session is <strong>May</strong> 20. The<br />

meet-up is for players of any or no skill<br />

level. The library has a limited umber of<br />

ukuleles and music stands; bring your own,<br />

if possible.<br />

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MID-OHIO WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT<br />

ELEVATED WATER TANK 1, 2 & 3 IMPROVEMENTS<br />

LEGAL NOTICE- INVITATION TO BID<br />

Sealed Bids will be received for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary to complete a project<br />

known as Elevated Water Tank 1, 2 & 3 Improvements at the Mid-Ohio Water and Sewer District Office,<br />

3161 Old Columbus Road, London, Ohio 43140 until 10:00 A.M. local time on <strong>May</strong> 20, <strong>2024</strong>, and at said<br />

time and place, publicly opened and read aloud. Bids may be mailed or delivered in advance to the Mid-Ohio<br />

Water and Sewer District at the above address.<br />

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Each Bidder is required to furnish with its submission of the fully completed Bid Documents, a Bid Security in<br />

accordance with Section 153.54 of the Ohio Revised Code. Bid security furnished in Bond form (Bid Guarantee<br />

and Contract and Performance Bond as provided in Section 153.57.1 of the Ohio Revised Code), must be issued<br />

by a Surety Company or Corporation licensed in the State of Ohio to provide said surety. Those Bidders that<br />

elect to submit bid guaranty in the form of a certified check, cashier’s check, or letter of credit pursuant to<br />

Chapter 1305 of the Ohio Revised Code and in accordance with Section 153.54 (C) of the Ohio Revised Code.<br />

Any such letter of credit shall be revocable only at the option of the beneficiary OWNER. The amount of the<br />

certified check, cashier’s check, or letter of credit shall be equal to ten (10) percent of the Bid and the Successful<br />

Bidder will be required to submit a bond in the form provided in 153.57 of the Ohio Revised Code in conjunction<br />

with the execution of the Contract.<br />

Each proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties submitting the Bidding Documents and all<br />

persons interested therein. Each bidder must submit evidence of its experiences on projects of similar size and<br />

complexity. The OWNER intends that this Project be completed no later than the time period as set forth in<br />

Article 4 of the Standard Form of Agreement Between OWNER and CONTRACTOR on the Basis of a Stipulated<br />

Price.<br />

Each Bidder must ensure that all employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because<br />

of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, ancestry, or age.<br />

Additionally, CONTRACTOR compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative<br />

Code Chapter 123, the Governor’s Executive Order of 1972, and Governor’s Executive Order 84-<br />

9 shall be required.<br />

Bidders must comply with the prevailing Davis-Bacon wage rates on Public Improvements in <strong>Madison</strong> County<br />

as determined by the U.S. Department of labor, Federal Wage and Hour Division.<br />

The Engineer`s estimate for this project is: $500,000.<br />

The Mid-Ohio Water and Sewer District reserves the right to waive any informalities or irregularities. The Mid-<br />

Ohio Water and Sewer District reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to increase or decrease or omit any<br />

item or times and/or award the bid to the lowest and best bidder.<br />

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Legal Notice<br />

Request for Proposals-<strong>Madison</strong> County is<br />

seeking proposals to provide non-fixed route,<br />

demand responsive, point-to-point transportation<br />

service for the clients of the <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County Department of Job and Family<br />

Services. The provider will transport <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County participants to medical and other miscellaneous<br />

appointments. Contracts will be<br />

open to any providers with regular vehicles,<br />

wheelchair accessible vehicles, ambulatory<br />

services, car seat availability, etc.<br />

Program requirements are outlined in the<br />

Request for Proposal (RFP) package available<br />

to interested parties by email to<br />

madison_fiscal@jfs.ohio.gov. Deadline for<br />

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PUBLIC NOTICE<br />

Notice is hereby given that a hearing regarding the<br />

Mid-Ohio Water and Sewer District’s Petition to<br />

Amend the Original Petition in order to:<br />

(1) incorporate the City of London to the territory of<br />

the District; (2) to change the organizational structure<br />

of the Board of Trustees of the District allowing the City<br />

to appoint two (2) additional Board Members to such<br />

Board; and, (3) to transfer from the City to the District<br />

all water and sewer facilities of the City, including the<br />

operations and management of such facilities, as well<br />

as all City water and sewer employees, assets, and<br />

debts.<br />

This hearing will be held before the Honorable<br />

Judge Eamon P. Costello, Court of Common Pleas<br />

of <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio, and the Honorable Judge<br />

Don W. Fraser, Court of Common Pleas of Union<br />

County, Ohio, on the 21st day of June, <strong>2024</strong> at 9:00<br />

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NOTICE OF SALE Under Judgment of<br />

Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes<br />

In the Common Pleas Court of <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio<br />

Stacy L. McKenzie, Treasurer <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio, Plaintiff<br />

vs.<br />

Kathy Holden, et al., Defendants<br />

Case No. CVE20160204<br />

Whereas judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for<br />

taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, interest, and costs as follows:<br />

PPN: 04-00705.00 and 04-00705.999<br />

Address of Property: 155 Church Street, Plain City, Ohio 43064<br />

Situated in the State of Ohio, County of <strong>Madison</strong> and Village of Plain City, and further<br />

described in the Official Record Volume 20, Page 95, in the <strong>Madison</strong> County Recorder’s<br />

Office, <strong>Madison</strong> County, Ohio.<br />

Last known owner: Lloyd G. Holden and Kathy A. Holden<br />

Amount of Judgment: Eleven Thousand Four Hundred and One Dollars and Forty-<br />

Two Cents ($11,401.42); plus any other taxes, penalities, interest, assessments and<br />

costs that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the real property described<br />

herein;<br />

Whereas, such judgment orders such real property to be sold by the undersigned to<br />

satisfy the total amount of such judgment plus any other taxes, penalties, interest,<br />

assessments and costs that may be due and payable by the date of the sale of the<br />

real property described herein;<br />

Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, John R. Swaney, Sheriff of <strong>Madison</strong><br />

County, Ohio, will sell such real property at public auction, for cash, to the highest<br />

bidder of an amount that equals at least $7,500.00 at 10:00 a.m. on Realauction.com,<br />

on Friday, the 7th day of June, <strong>2024</strong>. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, it<br />

shall be offered for sale, under the same conditions of the first sale and at the same<br />

time of day at the same place on Friday, the 21st day of June, <strong>2024</strong>, for an amount<br />

that equals at least $7,500.00.<br />

All properties sold at Sheriff’s Sale is on an “as-is” basis and has no warranty or guarantee.<br />

The Treasurer nor the Sheriff are liable for the condition of the property.<br />

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xLegal Notices<br />

PUBLIC LEASE ADVERTISEMENT<br />

The Ohio Department of Administration Services,<br />

General Services Division, Office of Real Estate and<br />

Planning, 4200 Surface Road, Columbus, Ohio<br />

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land at:<br />

Property to be Auctioned:<br />

Old Springfield Road<br />

East Urbana-London Road (State Route 56)<br />

Marysville-London Road (State Route 38)<br />

London, Ohio 43140<br />

Property Description:<br />

Field A – Approximately 314 Acres<br />

Field B – Approximately 454 Acres<br />

Field C – Approximately 325 Acres<br />

Field D – Approximately 102 Acres<br />

Field E – Approximately 284 Acres<br />

Field I – Approximately 101 Acres<br />

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05/08/<strong>2024</strong><br />

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