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Creating a Caring Community

Creating a Caring Community

Fairfield County organization benefits local charities and worthy causes

An old adage claims that it’s better to give than to receive, and Fairfield County’s 100+ Women Who Care is a group that knows this to be true.

Pickerington Produce

Pickerington Produce

No Violet Festival in 2014

No Violet Festival in 2014

Reading Reinforcement

Reading Reinforcement

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June 2015

Features

Student Spotlight: Pickerington High School North

Student Spotlight: Pickerington High School North

Pickerington junior is driven by challenges and spirituality

Pickerington High School North Senior Lavonca Davis’ academic record is anything but typical – ranked ninth in her class, she is in two honors and three AP classes – but her true dedication becomes even more apparent in her extracurricular commitments. As a member of Sunny Side Up, North’s leadership and service organization, Davis is committed to developing her communication skills and positively affecting her community. Her resume doesn’t stop there, however.

Lego Competition

Lego Competition

Orthodontics Lego contest helps patients build skill

Dr. Robert Forche had always enjoyed playing with Legos, and when his son, Dylan, took an interest in the activity, they began collaborating on some complicated projects. Some of their creations, such as the Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower, sit on display in the operating room at Kristal & Forche Orthodontics in Olde Pickerington Village.

OhioHealth Pickerington

OhioHealth Pickerington

OhioHealth Pickerington Medical Campus opens June 3

This summer will mark the beginning of new health opportunities for Pickerington residents. On June 3, the OhioHealth Pickerington Medical Campus, a $35 million project, will open for patients.

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Staving Off Hunger in Pickerington

Staving Off Hunger in Pickerington

Community programs support households in need

Twenty-seven percent of students in the Pickerington Local School District receive free or reduced price lunches. For the second year running, the district will provide some support to households during the summer, when students don’t have access to the free and reduced price lunch federal program.

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Inside Pickerington

Violet Township Firehouse Fare

Violet Township Firehouse Fare

Challenging the traditions of firehouse food

There are several myths that surround fire service. Many are not true or are no longer relevant. One cliché is true: We place a high value on our food, cooking and meal time.

Faces

Violet Township Firefighter tries out for reality TV

Violet Township Firefighter tries out for reality TV

Firefighter and reality show hopeful tries his hand at United States of Burgers

Since his high school days, Andy Smith says he was interested in the culinary arts. It all started with an advanced foods class, where Smith learned how to follow recipes and prepare basic meals.

On the Table

Fun’l Frenzy

Fun’l Frenzy

Family-owned food truck finds selling desserts to be a piece of cake

From its employees to its recipe, Fun’l Frenzy is a family affair. Established by Pickerington residents Stacee and Ronnie Roy about eight years ago, the food truck offers funnel cakes that are unique in that they are never prepared in advance but, rather, made from scratch using a longtime family recipe.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks from the Pickerington Public Library

Bookmarks from the Pickerington Public Library

Topic: Cooking

Got a hankering for cooking up a meal? The Pickerington Public Library gives their best cookbook and cooking-related picks.

Pickerington In Focus

Staving Off Hunger in Pickerington

Staving Off Hunger in Pickerington

Community programs support households in need

Twenty-seven percent of students in the Pickerington Local School District receive free or reduced price lunches. For the second year running, the district will provide some support to households during the summer, when students don’t have access to the free and reduced price lunch federal program.

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