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Senior News

Upcoming programs and events at the Pickerington Senior Center, 150 Hereford Drive, are listed below.

Making marks

Students from the Eastland Career Center Culinary Arts Academy recently earned 17 medals at the FCCLA Culinary Regional Competition at the Bradford Institute in Columbus.

Foundation awards grants to 29 groups

Twenty-nine civic, educational and charitable organizations received a combined $105,188.98 in grants from the South Central Power Foundation. Foundation President Don Jones of Freeport announced the grant recipients at the foundation's recent quarterly meeting.

College notes

* Russell Neice of Pickerington graduated from Missouri University of Science and Technology at its winter commencement. He received a master's degree in aerospace engineering.

Coming up

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Library topped 500,000 in circulation in 2014

A report tracking items checked out by patrons recently concluded the Pickerington Public Library reached an historic milestone in 2014.

Potholes newest headache for local road crews

Spring, also know as "pothole season" in central Ohio, is upon area motorists as they set about either dodging the pesky craters or bracing for the impact of a direct hit.

Recent vandalism prompts block watch creation

Violet Township's Summerfield subdivision took a huge hit in the early morning hours March 16.
Police beat

Pickerington: Bogus order leads to pizza delivery vehicle being stolen

A pizza delivery driver told Pickerington police officers his vehicle was stolen at 7:52 p.m. March 8 while he was delivering a pizza order to an address in the 1800 block of Winderly Lane.

'Eggsplosion' to include candy, food and fun April 3 at PHS North

The sounds of children foraging for multi-colored easter eggs set free by a helicopter hovering overhead is indeed a unique experience.

Renowned composer, performer to hold workshop, concert

Orchestra students from three Pickerington schools next month will take part in workshops and a concert with renowned music composer and performer Mark Wood.

Sixth-grader is headed to national spelling bee

A Pickerington sixth-grader will be among the students who will gather in Washington, D.C., in May to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Pickerington sixth-grader headed to national spelling bee

A Pickerington sixth-grader will be among the students who will gather in Washington, D.C., in May to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Tyler's Light 5K Charity Run scheduled for May 3

The Tyler's Light Annual 5K Charity Run will return to Pickerington May 3.

Railroad's impact on area topic for April 2 program

Like many communities throughout the country, the Pickerington of today would simply not exist in its present incarnation were it not for the railroad.

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