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Mothersingers look back at 80 harmonious years

Last week's 80th anniversary luncheon for the Clintonville Mothersingers was an occasion of laughter, nostalgia and, of course, music.

Ulry Road rezoning again recommended for rejection

Last week, zoning attorney Jill S. Tangeman pitched a 61-acre Ulry Road rezoning proposal to Northland Community Council development-committee members for the third time in the past five years.

Next gathering set for Northland Partners

The second in a series of gatherings to foster improved communication among nonprofit agencies involved in the Northland area is scheduled for June 8.
Woodward Park Middle School

Paw prints a sign of progress

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking for Woodward Park Middle School, some students gathered last week to paint paw prints for a display in the main hallway.

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College notes

* Sharon Fry, of Columbus, has been named to the dean's list for the spring 2016 semester at the University of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana.

Grant will be used school playground

The GPD Group Employees' Foundation recently awarded grants totaling almost $36,000 to 10 organizations in central Ohio.
Community engagement

Team of four to be ears for council

Three of what will eventually be four Columbus City Council "community engagement" personnel addressed a group of Northland-area Block Watch coordinators last week.

Going somewhere? Put health safeguards on to-do list

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

Northland: Tools reported stolen from garage, vehicle

A White Pine Court resident reported to Columbus police at 10:30 a.m. May 22 his garage had been broken into and tools worth a total of $1,350 stolen.

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.

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DeSales camps to run June 6-July 21

St. Francis DeSales High School, 4212 Karl Road, has scheduled academic and athletic camps during the summer.

College notes

* Brooks Wagstaff, of Columbus, was chosen by faculty members at The Citadel for the 2016 list of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges. Wagstaff also was commissioned into the U.S. Army. in a ceremony May 6.

Nuisance law praised at meeting

What was initially billed as "Let's Talk Safe Neighborhoods" when it was announced May 6 had morphed into a community safety meeting by the time it was convened May 11 at CrossRoads Baptist Church on Cleveland Avenue.

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