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Library to hold adult learning series classes

The Pickerington Public Library, 201 Opportunity Way, will host two free adult learning series during the summer.

Neighbors in the news

Jake Reinke of Pickerington will be a delegate at the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders from June 29 to July 1 in Lowell, Mass.

College notes

* Courtney Long and Rachel Tennison, of Canal Winchester, recently were honored during Wittenberg University's Honors Convocation. The university recognized high achievement of students and faculty members in academic and co-curricular activities.
Classes of 2016

Central, North hold commencements

Pickerington Local School District officials, teachers, parents and the community saw more than 800 students receive their high school diplomas last weekend when both high schools held commencements.
Route 256 corridor

Restaurants planning to renovate three sites

The Pickerington Planning and Zoning Commission approved two separate applications May 10 that look to impact the city's state Route 256 corridor.

Memorial Day activities set

The David Johnston Memorial Post 283 of the American Legion, 7725 Refugee Road in Pickerington, is sponsoring and organizing Memorial Day ceremonies and activities.

Proud panthers

Pickerington North baseball players celebrate after defeating Westerville Central 1-0 in a Division I district final May 19 at Don Edwards Park in Newark.
Olde Pickerington Farmers' Market

Vendors will showcase Ohio's bounty for 18 weeks

It's that time of year again, when school ends and summer starts to unfold its welcoming arms, beckoning everyone to enjoy the outdoors and its sunny skies.

Food pantry to host second 'Food Truck Frenzy'

Local foodies, music enthusiasts and those just looking for outdoor fun can indulge in their respective fancies next month at the PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington's second Food Truck Frenzy.
Pickerington Community Theatre

Missoula troupe to present camp for kids

For the second year in a row, the Pickerington Community Theatre will team with the renowned Missoula Children's Theatre to host a weeklong theater camp for children entering grades 1-12.
Touch-A-Truck-Day

Kids enjoy chance to explore

Saturday, May 14, was a work day for the boys and girls who donned their hard hats and reflective vests and set about operating the heavy machinery and vehicles that keep area streets clean and safe.

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College notes

* Canal Winchester and Pickerington area students who recently graduated from Ohio Christian University include Terran Aden, Tyronne Browning, Lisa Carney, Staci Clanin, Kimberly Harris, Terence Hudson, Benjamin McFarland, Jerome McGhee, Jody McRae, Bryan Moore, Dianne Moriconi, Frank Moriconi, David Peppers, James Robinson, Colyn Rolle, Bismark Somuah and Dan Vazquez.

Parks and recreation

Programs offered by the Pickerington Parks and Recreation Department, 100 Lockville Road, are listed. For more information call 614-833-2211.

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