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                                              DIGEST
                                                                                                                                   July/August 2006


Library/Programs
Erma’s Notes                  p. 2                                       TRANSITION TIME
New Releases                                                             Carl Spencer shared the following with the Wagnalls Memorial Board at
Important Dates                                                          their meeting Monday evening, June 26. “It is time to make a transition.
                                                                         There are many factors to consider in making any decision. My decision
Summer Programs               p. 3                                       to step down as Executive Director effective September 1, 2006, or sooner
Children’s Activities                                                    if practical, involves many factors. Family health challenges and recent
Classes                                                                  personal health challenges are important factors. Rebalancing ones life
Recycling                                                                with the amount of time and effort involved in various aspects is an ongo-
                                                                         ing important factor as well.”
Theatre
“Oliver!”                     p. 4                                       The Wagnalls Memorial Board will be working to develop a transition
“Seussical”                                                              plan. Specific details will be shared in the near future as these plans are
2006-07 Season                                                           developed.
                                          Kathy & Carl Spencer       The Wagnalls Memorial Board would like to take this opportunity to
Calendar                                   Wagnalls 5K Walk          thank Carl for all his personal effort and to also thank everyone involved
July                          p. 5                                   for all that has been done to assist. The community of Wagnalls helpers
August                        p. 6   has worked hard and accomplished a great deal. The Wagnalls Memorial Board, Wagnalls Library Board,
                                     Wagnalls Family Theatre Board, all staff members, and a host of volunteers helping in many ways have
Thank you!                    p. 7   worked together to do much.

Scholarship winners           p. 8   The organization is currently in a much different position now than when Carl started here two years ago in
Museum exhibit                       June 2004. (See “State of Wagnalls” info on the website at www.wagnalls.org.) While the financial position
                                     has improved, there is still a long way to go and support for Wagnalls will be critical for a positive future so
                                     The Wagnalls Memorial may continue ENRICHING LIVES for many years.


 The Wagnalls Memorial                                                                         Winchester Veterinary Clinic. We’d also like to
  150 East Columbus Street           2006 Stone City                                           express our appreciation to Buffalo Wild Wings,
  P.O. Box 217                                                                                 Roman’s Pizza, Shade on the Canal, Skyline Chili,
  Lithopolis, OH 43136               5K Run/Walk                                               Hoffman Auto Repair, Don Hartman’s, Inc., All
                                                                                               About You Salon, Wigwam Restaurant, Bob Evans,
  614.837.4765                       to benefit the                                            Arby’s, and Sudsliger’s Carwash for our door prize
  www.wagnalls.org
                                     Wagnalls Memorial                                         donations. Additionally, we thank Block’s Bagels
  Carl Spencer       ext 405                                                                   and Wal-mart for donating bagels and water for our
                                     We had a beautiful morning for our third annual           racers and walkers. Many thanks to our volunteer
  Executive Director
                                     Stone City 5K Run/Walk. Roughly 108 turned out            race coordinators, Liz Black and Nancy Fisher and
  caspencer@wagnalls.org
                                     to race their way through Lithopolis and Wagnalls         our volunteers, Patty Drodofsky, Gary Hall, Guy &
  Sandy Hall            ext 121      Run to support Wagnalls as we strive to “Enrich           Maylou O’Neil, Dr. & Mrs. Scott Phillips, Julie
  Assistant Director                 Lives” in our community.                                  Rubadeu, John & Nadine Umstead, Claire Whitten,
  shall@wagnalls.org                 Our overall winner was Troy Howdyshell of New             and Chuck Wolcott. Please accept our apologies if
                                     Plymouth with a time of 18 minutes and 40 seconds.        we have forgotten to mention anyone. Without our
  Terri Sheehan      ext 106                                                                   sponsors, donors, volunteers, and participants the
                                     He was closely followed by Scott Ayer of Pickering-
  Program Coordinator                                                                          race would not be possible!
                                     ton and Ric Voorhies of Powell to round out the top
  tsheehan@wagnalls.org              three. Our top three ladies were Kris Ramsey and
  Deb Silvia          ext 104        Laurie Black of Canal Winchester and Donna Peters
  Administrative Assistant           of Lancaster. All age groups were represented with
                                     racers from 7 to 70 years old. The top two in each
  dsilvia@wagnalls.org
                                     category including our walkers received a medal for
  Our Hours                          their efforts.
  Monday thru Thursday               We’d like to thank our race sponsors: Anchor Pat-
  9 am to 5 pm                       tern Co., Black’s Stump Removal, EPS, Fairfield
  Friday and weekends                National Bank, Manning & Napier, Olan Plastics,
       by appointment                Rogers Waterproofing, Tague Insurance Agency,
                                     Trimmer Insurance, Canal Family Dentistry and                 The 2006 Stone City 5K off to a running start
                       The Wagnalls Memorial Library
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Library Hours                    Erma’s Notes:                                     New Releases
                                 I was looking at the library’s collection of
Monday-Thursday
                                 Bloom-Carroll and Canal Winchester year-          Available Soon
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
                                 books that is kept in our Genealogy Room.
Friday - Closed                  There are a number of yearbooks in the col-       Place your holds now!
Saturday                         lection, but I realized that there are a number
10:00 am - 2:00 pm               of years missing.
Sunday                           Are some of the missing years in homes that       July
1:00 am - 5:00 pm                no longer have a use for them? If anyone has       Robin Cook
(September thru May)             a yearbook that they no longer want or need,          Crisis
                                 would you consider donating it to the library?     Janet Dailey
614.837.4765
                                 The name of the donor will be placed in the           Calder Storm
Erma Storts                      yearbook when it’s added to the collection.        Kay Hooper
Library Director - ext 113       The missing years from our Bloom-Carroll              Sleeping with Fear
estorts@wagnallslibrary.org      collection are:                                    Mercedes Lackey
                                 1962, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1986, 1987, 1991,             When Darkness Falls:
www.wagnallslibrary.org          2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.                      The Obsidian Trilogy, Bk3
                                                                                    Ed McBain
                                 The missing years from our Canal Winchester           Learning to Kill: Stories
                                 collection are:                                    Emilie Richards
Summer                           1947, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1957,             Lover’s Knot
                                 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1980, 1981, 1982,          Nora Robert
Closings:                        1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1998, 2001,             Angels Fall
•    on Sundays June 4th thru    2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
     September 3rd
                                 If you have a yearbook to donate, please
•    Tuesday, July 4th for the                                                     DVD’s for July:
                                 bring it to The Wagnalls Memorial Library or
     holiday                                                                        The Benchwarmers (PG13)
                                 call me at 614-837-4765, ext. 113.
•    Thursday, August 31st for                                                      Final Destination 3 (R)
     staff inservice                                                                Martha’s Guests: Master Chefs (NR)
•    Monday, September 4th                                                          Mrs. Harris (TVMA)
     for the holiday
                                              HAVE A NICE VACATION
                                                       AND                         August
                                                  REMEMBER...                       Sandra Brown
                                               TAKE TIME TO READ!                      Ricochet
                                                                                    J. A. Jance
                                                                                       Dead Wrong: a Novel of Suspense
                                                                                    Tim F. Lahaye
           The Owl’s Nest                                                              Edge of Darkness
             Bookstore                                                              Laura Lippman
                                                                                       No Good Deeds
              Hours:             For Your Calendar :                                Margaret Maron
    Mon.        11:00 — 2:00     •   The Summer Reading Program is now in              Winter’s Child
                                     progress for Adults, Young Adults, and         Anna Quindlen
                 5:00 — 8:00                                                           Rise and Shine
                                     Children
    Tues.        5:00 — 8:00     •   Lego Contest dates are August 14 and           John Saul
                                     August 15. See page 3 for details!                In the Dark of the Night
    Wed.        11:00 — 2:00
                                 •   Wagnalls Memorial Library Board Pub-
    Thurs.       3:00 — 6:00         lic meetings are held the 3rd Thursday
    Fri.           Closed            of each month at 7:00 pm excluding July.      DVD’s for August:
                                 •   Friends of the Library Board hold their        Inside Man (2006) ®
    Sat.        10:00 — 2:00                                                        Lucky Number Slevin ®
                                     meetings the 4th Monday of each month
    Sun.           Closed            at 6:30 pm Call ahead to verify meetings       The Shaggy Dog (2006) (PG)
                                     at 837-4765 ext. 131.
       Operated by the
    Friends of the Library
                 The Wagnalls Memorial Library
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                                   Summer Reading Program                                   Upcoming Classes:
                                                                                            •    Gentle Yoga
                                   For Adults & Young Adults                                   Come stretch and bend with Gail Sky
      Armchair                     This year the Armchair Travel Agency, based                  these Saturdays from 9-10:30 am:
                                   here at Wagnalls, will guide you through your sum-                    July 8th & 22nd.
      Travel                       mer days with suggestions on how to travel the                    Sorry, no August classes.
                                   world without leaving town!                              It’s $10 a class. Everyone’s welcome; no
                                   Books will be chosen from the Wagnalls Library col-      experience necessary. Don’t forget your
                                   lections of Adult or Young Adult Fiction, Non-           yoga mat! You’ll find us in the museum.
                                   fiction, Books on Tape, Books on CD, and E-books
                                   downloaded on your PC or MP3 player. We’ll help          • Art Classes with Teresa Satola
                                   you out by displaying books from a different country     Wednesday afternoons
                                   each week.                                                                             Resumin
                                                                                            Youth classes are 4-6 pm.                g
                                                                                                                          Sept. 6 th
Pick up your Passport at the Circulation desk and keep track of the books you read or       Adult classes are 6-8 pm.
listen to by listing them weekly on a page of your booklet. Bring your booklet to the       Classes are $10 each or can be paid
Circulation desk each week for your current page to be stamped (no matter how many          monthly. They are held in the Banquet
books you’ve listed) and receive a ticket for that week’s prize drawing.                    Hall below the auditorium. New students
                                                                                            are always welcome! Students experiment
Going out of town? Would you like to take our mascot with you? Our owl travels well
                                                                                            with pencil, colored pencil or oils in the
and does not eat much. We will check him out to you on your library card. Send us or
                                                                                            Old Masters style working at their own
bring us back a picture of him enjoying a vacation with you and we’ll post it on our bul-
                                                                                            pace. Call (614) 837-4765 ext. 127 or
letin board. If you don’t need an extra companion, just take along one of our postcards
                                                                                            stop by the Circulation Desk to register
to mail it back to us from your destination.
                                                                                            and to pick up a supply list!

                                                                                            •    Knit a Fun Scarf with Judy Wilson
                                                                                                     September 7, 14, 21, 28
Children’s Events                                                                                Thursdays         6:30-8:00 p.m.
Creative Writing Workshop                                                                   A list of supplies needed will be given out
Bring the family for fun and creative writing with authors and illustrators from Ma Fa-     when you register for the class.
mille Books/Publishing. If you can hold a pencil you’ll enjoy this! Activities for all
ages. Workshop on Tuesday August 8th from 6-7 pm. Storytelling, presentation, and
book signing from 7-7:45 pm. Call to register (614) 837-4765 ext 118

Fall Story Hour for 3, 4, & 5 year olds (not yet in Kindergarten)
Registration for our fall story hour will begin on Monday, August 14th. Each child
must have his or her own library card. You must come in to register. Classes begin
September 12th or 13th.
Days: Tuesday or Wednesday
Time: 10:30 Tuesday (3, 4, & 5)
         10:15 Wednesday (3, 4, & 5)
         11:15 Wednesday (4 & 5)

Lego Contest
It is time to create again! This year’s contest will be held on two days. We will be
building in the Children’s Programming Room this year. There will be limited space so
please register ASAP! Building times will be:
• Monday August 14th from 4-7:30 pm
• Tuesday August 15th from 10 am-4 pm
The award program will be Tues. August 15th at 7:00 p.m. (Please make sure you are
here to receive your awards!) This program is sponsored by the Lithopolis Kiwanis.
Go to our website at www.wagnallslibrary.org to get a copy of our rules or stop in at the
children’s desk to pick up a copy. You may call or come in to register. (614) 837-4765
ext. 118

                                                                                                     Previous Lego Contest
                        The Wagnalls Family Theatre
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                                                                                               WFT’S 2006-2007
                                                                                                  SEASON
                                                                                             Wagnalls Family Theatre is proud to an-
                                                                                             nounce its 2006-2007 season. Perform-
                                                                                             ances will be held on Fridays and Satur-
                                                                                             days at 8PM and on Sundays at 2PM.

                                                                                                        Man of LaMancha
                                                                                             (The story of Don Quixote, the Spanish
                                                                                                     inquisition and featuring
                                                                                             the inspiring song, ‘Impossible Dream’)
                                                                                                Auditions: July 30 & 31 at 7PM *
                                                                                                          Performances:
                                                                                                  September 15-October 1, 2006

                                                                                                    A Little House Christmas
                                                                                             (Enjoy Christmas with the Ingalls family
                          Wagnalls Family Theatre cast of Oliver!                                           & friends)
                                                                                               Auditions: October 22 & 23 at 7PM
    Oliver!                                                                                               Performances:
                                                                                                 December 1-December 17, 2006
    The Wagnalls Family Theatre has en-          Congratulations to the Oliver! Audience
    joyed a tremendously successful first        Choice Winners from the cast. Dona-
                                                                                                 Arthur and the Magic Sword
    season thanks to the support of our local    tions were collected in ballot boxes by
                                                                                             (Knights, Ladies, Swordplay & Magic!)
    community and the Wagnalls Memorial.         cast member to support the theatre. First
                                                                                               Auditions: December 3 & 4 at 7PM
    Memorial Day brought the close to their      place wen to Kory Adams, second to
                                                                                                         Performances:
    season with the exceptional performance      Betsy Roth, and rounding out the top
                                                                                                  January 19-February 4, 2007
    of the musical, Oliver!, a large produc-     three, was Mike Faist.
    tion which broadened the possibilities
                                                                                                            Godspell
    for the Wagnalls stage. We hope every-       During the production response cards
                                                                                                    (The gospel according to
    one has taken or will take the opportu-      were collected by the theatre company to
                                                                                                      St. Matthew in song)
    nity to see a performance by the fledg-      obtain feedback. A drawing was done
                                                                                                   Auditions: March 11 & 12
    ling theatre company. You will surely        from these cards and Scott Phillips of
                                                                                                         Performances:
    be amazed by their work! The Wagnalls        Canal Winchester won two tickets to the
                                                                                                     April 27-May 13, 2007
    Memorial is thrilled to bring high quality   show of his choice for the 2006-2007
    theatre to our community.                    season or Seussical this July.
                                                                                              Also in November 2006 and March
                                                                                              2007 watch for Special Children’s
                                                                                                          Productions.
                                                                                                       All productions are
    Coming to the Wagnalls Family Theatre                                                            subject to availability.
    Stage in July                                                                            *Auditions for Man of LaMancha are
                                                                                             scheduled for July 30 & July 31 at 7PM
    Seussical, the Musical! The Cat in the       10 or more receive a $3.00 discount per                in the auditorium.
    Hat can’t wait to let you in on the adven-   ticket. For more information or to pur-      Details will be posted to our website,
    tures of Horton the Elephant and those       chase advance sale tickets contact the                www.wagnalls.org,
    loveable Who’s of Whoville, just to          box office at (614) 837-4765 ext 104.          as soon as they become available.
    name a few. Don’t miss the many be-          Tickets are also available at the library
    loved Dr. Seuss characters as they sing,     main desk with cash or check.
    dance and entertain children of all ages.
    The production opens July 14th and runs
                                                                                             Dinner & a Show!
                                                                                             Word of Life Mission Team will be of-
    through July 30th. Show times are Fri-
                                                                                             fering a complete spaghetti dinner with
    days and Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays
                                                                                             drink and dessert before the July 22nd
    at 2PM. Ticket prices are $12 for adults,
                                                                                             performance of Seussical. Dinner will
    $10 for children, students through high
                                                                                             be served from 4-7 pm. Adults are $6
    school, and seniors age 62+. Groups of
                                                                                             and children are $3.
                                                          July 2006
                                  S   U N             M   O N            T   U E             W   E D            T   H U              F   R I              S   A T

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                                                   Summer Reading Program (SRP)
Library Hours:                                                                                                                                        Theatre Classes
                                                         Children’s Program —June 26th thru August 2nd
Monday thru Thursday                                                                                                                                     9 am-12:30 pm
                                                         Adults Program—June 12th thru August 25th
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday - Closed
                                               2                  3                   4                  5                  6                     7                   8
Saturday                                                                 Independence                                                                 Yoga         9 am
10:00 am - 2:00 pm                                                                Day                                                                 Theatre Classes
Sunday                                                                library & offices                                                                  9 am-12:30 pm
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm                                                               closed
(September thru May)
                                               9                10                  11                  12                 13                    14                 15

   (614) 837-4765                                                                                                                                   Theatre Classes
  www.wagnalls.org                                                                                                                                     9 am-12:30 pm
www.wagnallslibrary.org                                                                                                         Seussical      8 pm Seussical    8 pm

                                 Photography                    17                  18                  19                 20                     21 Yoga     9 am 22
          The Owl’s Nest                   16                                                                                                        Theatre Classes
                                Reception 1-4                                                                                                           9 am-12:30 pm
         Bookstore Hours:
                                          pm                                                                                                         Museum 10-2 pm
Mon.           11:00 — 2:00    Exhibit & Sale             Museum open 9 am to 8 pm during Summer Reading Program                Seussical      8 pm Seussical    8 pm
                5:00 — 8:00
Tues.           5:00 — 8:00                    23                24                 25                  26                 27                    28                 29
                              Seussical     2 pm Friends of Library
Wed.           11:00 — 2:00                       meeting     7 pm                                                                                  Theatre Classes
Thurs.          3:00 — 6:00                       Foundation Board                                                                                     9 am-12:30 pm
                                                  meeting     7 pm                                                              Seussical      8 pm Seussical   8 pm
 Fri.               Closed
Sat.           10:00 — 2:00                30               31
 Sun.               Closed    Seussical 2 pm
                              Man of LaMancha Man of LaMancha                       Visit our websites, www.wagnalls.org or www.wagnallslibrary.org or
        Operated by the       Auditions 7 pm Auditions   7 pm                call (614) 837-4765 ext. 127 (library) or ext. 104 (theatre & museum) for updates.
  Friends of the Library
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                                      August 2006
                            S   U N            M   O N              T   U E             W   E D              T   H U           F   R I            S   A T
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                                   Photography                                       SRP finale                                               Theatre Classes
 Library Hours:                  exhibit and sale in                                 10:30 am—1 pm                                             9 am—12:30 pm
 Monday thru Thursday       the museum thru Aug. 17th.
 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
 Friday - Closed
                                       6                   7                     8                   9                   10              11                  12
 Saturday                                                       Creative Writing                                                              Theatre Class
 10:00 am - 2:00 pm                                             Workshop 6-7 pm                                                               Showcases
 Sunday                                                         Storytelling                                                                   9:30 am & 12 pm
 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm                                                       7-7:45 pm
 (September thru May)
                                      13                   14                 15                  16                     17              18                 19
                                           Preschool Story    Lego Contest
    (614) 837-4765                         Hour Reg. Opens       10 am to 4 pm                           Library Board
  www.wagnalls.org                         Lego Contest       Awards       7 pm                          Meeting     7 pm
www.wagnallslibrary.org                           4-7:30 pm

                                      20                  21                   22                 23                     24              25                 26
          The Owl’s Nest
         Bookstore Hours:
Mon.         11:00 — 2:00
              5:00 — 8:00
Tues.         5:00 — 8:00             27                  28                   29                 30                      31
                                                                                                          Library Closed
Wed.         11:00 — 2:00                                                                                for staff inservice
Thurs.        3:00 — 6:00                  Friends of Library
                                           Meeting 6:30 pm
Fri.               Closed
Sat.         10:00 — 2:00
Sun.               Closed
                                                       Visit our websites, www.wagnalls.org or www.wagnallslibrary.org or
      Operated by the                           call (614) 837-4765 ext. 127 (library) or ext. 104 (theatre & museum) for updates.
   Friends of the Library
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Thank you!
   Thank you to the following donors who contributed to
           The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation
                 between 4/01/06-5/31/06
Nationwide Foundation       Jerry Solt     L.A. Smith Farms
In Memory of . . .                                             Teri J Gilmore, Realtor®
                                                               Lithopolis Village Resident
  Helen A. Hecox by William Hecox
  Joe Wells, II by Kenneth Ellinger                            Teri.gilmore@kingthompson.com
                                                                                                                     Residential
                                                               www.kingthompson.com/teri.gilmore                    Commercial
Gifts in Kind:                                                                                                          Land
                                                               (614) 837-7763 HOME OFFICE                        New Construction
 Tom Bohl Painting & Stripping                                 (614) 434-7214 OFFICE/DIRECT                       Serving Lithopolis
     staining and varnishing Tower doors                       (614) 579-5149 CELLULAR                      And Surrounding Communities
 Keller Farms for mulch and working
     with the Lithopolis Garden Club
 Lithopolis Garden Club for planting
     flowers and tending flowerbeds
Bits N’ Bargain Sale Volunteers:
 Vicky Glover
 Al & Stella Pettigrew
                                                                                                     (614) 946-1524
Newsletter Volunteers:                                             Holly Horn                      Fax (614) 833-2848
 Celeste Hicks,                    Eurshie Holton,               Real Estate Consultant

 Al & Stella Pettigrew,            Chuck & Ruby Wolcott
                                                               The Owl’s Nest
 Thank you to Bob and Rita Stebelton and Charlie Stebelton     Bookstore Hours:
  for their ongoing support through their low interest loan.
Please accept our apologies if your name has been omitted                                            Sherry T. Feck
from this list and contact Terri Sheehan, Programs Coordina-                                       “Experience is Priceless!"
tor, at 614-837-4765 Ext. 106 to update your information, to
make a donation, or to volunteer. Thank you!                                                 (614) 596-7995 CELL
                                                                                             (614) 434-7324 Direct
iGive.com is an opportunity to sup-
port the Wagnalls Memorial when
you do online shopping with over
440 well-known stores. Wagnalls
will receive a percentage of each purchase made.               Real Estate Consultant
       Visit www.iGive.com to get started.

Come have supper at the
American Legion
11410 Smith Rd., Lithopolis
1st Friday each month—Spaghetti          5-8 p.m.    $5
2nd Friday each month——Fish              5-8 p.m.    $6
4th Saturday each month—Steak            4-8 p.m.    $9
        Call (614) 837-2806 for more information.


                 G. Terry Jordan & Katrina Fitzpatrick, ABR
                 The Jordan Team Office
                 36 N. High Street
                 Canal Winchester, OH 43110
                 614-920-0900
                 http://thejordanteam.net/


We get the results you
Congratulations,                                                             Second Annual
Scholarship Recipients                                                       Golf for Scholarships
The Wagnalls Memorial congratulates the recipients of the 2006-2007          Sept. 17th
Mabel Wagnalls Jones Scholarships. Thanks to the support of our Golf
for Scholarships last September, we were able to offer two additional        Thanks to our first Golf for Scholarships last fall,
scholarships this year. Recipients are:                                      we were able to offer two additional $1,000
     Sarah M. Dean, graduate of Fisher Catholic High School                  awards to area high school graduates this year.
     Lauren E. McWhorter, graduate of Fairfield Christian                    We invite everyone to participate in the golf out-
     Andrea K. Wagner, graduate of Bloom-Carroll High School                 ing this year on September 17th at the Pine Hill
Also, we congratulate the recipients of these Wagnalls administered          Golf Course in Carroll. We have a 1:00 pm shot-
scholarship funds:                                                           gun start and “dinner on the grill” and a cart are
Justin & Pauline Lamb Scholarship                                            included. Dinner guests are also welcome with a
     Kristen Lang, graduate of Bloom-Carroll High School                     paid reservation. And, you don’t want to miss
Charles V. Moore Scholarship                                                 the contests and prizes. Please check our website or stop in later this
     Derek Clinger, graduate of Bloom-Carroll High School                    summer for registration information. We also need event and hole
A.B. & Hazel C. Weiser Memorial Scholarship                                  sponsors. Benefits include advertising and complimentary golf pack-
     Heather Spicer, graduate of Canal Winchester High School                ages based on sponsorship level. Please call 614.837.4765 Ext. 104 if
Congratulations to all area high school and college graduates and best of    interested.
luck for a happy and successful future!

Visit The Museum This Summer
Coming to our museum this summer is a photography show and sale by Central Ohio photographers. The exhibit opens July 16th and runs through Au-
gust 17th. A reception with the artists will be Sunday, July 16th from 1-4 pm. Everyone is welcome. We hope you will be able to visit. The museum is
open 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Thursday. We will also have additional hours July 17-20th until 8 pm and Sat., July 22nd, 10 am to 2 pm.
Come see these artists and their work. Terry Wilson lives in Fairfield County. He is a photography instructor at Eastland Vocational Center but is best
known for commercial photography, videography and weddings. Some of Terry’s photographs can be viewed on his website, www.terrywilson.com.
Dave Gore lives in Dublin, OH. Dave loves landscape, cityscape, aviation photography, astrophotography and portraiture. He aggressively challenges
his equipment with new opportunities and techniques. Alicia Jellison lives in Pataskala, OH. She is Manager of the Reynoldsburg Cord Camera loca-
tion, a Certified Photographic Consultant, and a Wedding Photographer. Stephen Ledbetter of Pickerington, Ohio, enjoys photographing wildlife, sun-
rises/sunsets, and landscapes.




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