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    Jane Mykrantz receives change from Gerry Henedey at the Bexley Farmers' Market held Thursday, June 25, in the Gateway South parking lot.

    Gathering at the market

    The market runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursdays through Oct. 22.
  • LORRIE CECIL/THISWEEKNEWS
    Crews prepare the M. Loy Auditorium for demolition Monday, June 22. The building, constructed in 1905, will be replaced with a Convergent Media Center.

    Capital U. building from 1905 to be razed for media center

    Capital University began construction last week on a new Convergent Media Center, a 34,430-square-foot facility that will combine technology and media-related degree programs and disciplines.
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    Counselor Ashley Barno (top right) plays cards with Harper Kline (top left) and Evelyn Howard (left) plays with Talbot Kyle (right) during Playcamp Wednesday, June 10, at Jeffrey Park.

    Summer camp's fun and games

    The Bexley Recreation and Parks Department is offering several summer camp programs through Aug. 11.
  • LORRIE CECIL/THISWEEKNEWS
    Luke Hoover, 6, takes apart an old piece of electronic equipment that he intends use in making a board for a new game in the Next Level Gaming class held Tuesday, June 2, during Camp Invention at Cassingham Elementary School. The camp was open to entering grades 1-6.

    Camp Invention sessions encourage students to create, test things out

    Even though classes have ended for the year, students could still be found at Cassingham Elementary School last week.
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