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College notes

* Clintonville-area students who received scholarships through the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges Ohio Scholars Program include Lucista-Claire Eklu-Natey, Kristen Huff, Dora Mase, Michael Overall and Eric Quevedo.

Whetstone senior wins CBJ prize

The Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation recently named Akeem Adesiji as the recipient of the organization's $10,000 High School Hockey Scholarship.
Village in the Ville

In its first year, CRC effort fulfilling need

Mary Struble, the very first member of Village in the Ville, got to cut the cake last week to mark the Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center program's very first birthday.

Architectural firm builds on founder's lifelong dream

Donut goes to the Hardlines Design Co. office on Indianola Avenue even when his people are on vacation.
Going somewhere?

Put health needs on to-do list, officials say

As summer vacation nears, thousands of central Ohioans are planning a trip to an exotic locale -- perhaps to Brazil for the Summer Olympics.
The Shed

Backyard gallery brings art to neighborhood

Blake Turner calls it the Shed because -- well, that's what it is.

School hosts documentary on future of education

Dominion Middle School and Clintonville Go Public will kick off a joint fundraising initiative with a screening of the feature-length documentary Most Likely to Succeed at 7 p.m. Friday, May 27.
Police beat

Clintonville: Resident charged with assault

Eric J. Holschuh, 37, of North High Street in Clintonville was charged with felonious assault at 7:03 p.m. May 20, according to Columbus police reports.

Mothersingers keep tradition going

A Depression-era effort to stave off the doom and gloom that followed the stock market crash is still alive and well in central Ohio.

Concert series begins Sunday

The Whetstone High School Jazz Ensemble will kick off the Civitan Club of North Columbus' summer concert series, which begins at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at the gazebo in the Park of Roses.

College notes

* Guofei Feng of the Clintonville area was among nearly 2,800 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in ceremonies May 6 and 7. Feng earned a master of science degree from the graduate studies program.
Architectural review district

CAC awaits city's word

The ball is now squarely in the city's court.

COTA gets CAC's low-key support

To endorse or not to endorse, that was the question.
Project Chacocente

Sing-along will help church aid families in Nicaragua

Classic folk songs will fill the air Saturday, May 21, at North Congregational United Church of Christ, helping to send a delegation to Nicaragua in June to continue participating in Project Chacocente.

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