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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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April 2015

Features

A Strong Spirit

A Strong Spirit

ATHENA Awards celebrate women who lead

The Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate women in community leadership at the area’s 13th ATHENA Awards Banquet on May 15.

Different Strokes

Different Strokes

Local comic book artists come together to share their craft

Big Comic Show is organized by event coordinator Kenton Daniels, assistant director of the library. Daniels was inspired by other shows hosted by comic book shops in the community and decided to bring the audience to Pickerington.

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Archive »In Focus

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Pickerington Center offers accessible, affordable education for variety of students

Before the purchase of the 10 acres the satellite center sits on today, the dean of Lancaster’s campus held classes at Pickerington High School Central for about 10 years. The Lancaster campus enrolls more than 2,500 students. Students at the Pickerington Center make up about 300 of that number.

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DEPARTMENTS

Inside Pickerington

Getting Schooled

Getting Schooled

In the spring of 1987, convinced that I was sick of attending school, I ended my collegiate career at BGSU and became a volunteer member of the Violet Township Fire Department. Although many of the courses I took in college failed to fully capture my attention, my interests were fully activated during my initial fire and EMS studies.

Faces

End of an Era

End of an Era

Community crusader hangs up his cape

Pickerington Police Officer Dan Simcox, known to many as Officer Batman, will retire from the police force in October after more than 25 years of service. Like most superheroes, his legacy is marked by compassion, bravery and a bit of luck.

On the Table

Decadent Delights

Decadent Delights

Businesses in Olde Pickerington Village offer tasty treats during annual Chocolate Hop

On May 1 from 6-8 p.m., the Olde Pickerington Village Business Association’s fourth annual Chocolate Hop will give participants the opportunity to discover small businesses within Olde Pickerington Village while satisfying sugary cravings.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Check out these titles for kids and adults courtesy of Pickerington Public Library.

Check out these titles for kids and adults courtesy of Pickerington Public Library.

Pickerington In Focus

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Easy as 1, 2, 3

Pickerington Center offers accessible, affordable education for variety of students

Before the purchase of the 10 acres the satellite center sits on today, the dean of Lancaster’s campus held classes at Pickerington High School Central for about 10 years. The Lancaster campus enrolls more than 2,500 students. Students at the Pickerington Center make up about 300 of that number.

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