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02/13/2020

By: Patty Rothe, Rotary Newsletter Editor; 

Patty.FourJ@gmail.com

(Editor's request: Please remember to jot down your announcements & give them to me. A simple hand-written note or an e-mail in advance would work well. Thank you!)

Presiding: Pres. Bob McCrady

Prayer: Tad Grover

Piano: Don Metzler

Intros: Tony Robinson

Song: Warren Spangler - “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” & “Sing Out a Song of Rot’ry”

Absentees: Adams, Ankrom, Connie Chamberlain, Coyan, Davis, Dean, Delong, Droste, Ellis, Esala, Ewing, Foll, Foster, Fountain, Irwin, Adam Johnson, Justinger, McIlroy, Montgomery, Chris Mullins, Neal, Rob Radcliff, Rainey, Scherer, Sigmon, Snedegar, Stevens, Bob Tootle, Matt Tootle, Vickers, White, Wolford, Wright, Yaniga

Make ups: eClub One - Charlie Hedges; Lancaster - Warner Searls (2)

Visiting Rotarians: None

Guests: Leigh Webb, by Dave Webb

February birthdays: 3rd - Joe McNemar; 9th - Richard Coyan; 10th - Don McIlroy; 11th - Norm Wilson; 14th - Ian Webb; 16th - Steve Stevenson; 22nd - Rob Radcliff

February anniversaries: 6th- Don McIlroy; 21st - Carly Neff

Happy Dollars: None

Student Guests: Andrea Brown, Guidance Counselor at Westfall, introduced Josie Williams & Shelby Loudermilk

Lottery: Debbie Hoffman was this week's winner of $19, but the golden pebble remained hidden. The jackpot is now $934.

Announcements

  • Pres. Bob: On 03/31 at OhioHealth-Berger Hospital will be our annual Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest.
  • Ellery Elick: Rural Urban Day on 02/27/2020 at 11:30 at Presbyterian Church at promptly 11:30AM. Passing around the sign-up sheet again. Speaker will be Pam Grey, “an old barn expert.”
  • David Crawford: 
    • 1) Community Kitchen will be on Monday, 02/24/2020. 
    • 2) Update on Jon Ellis’s recovery from back surgery. (Get well soon Jon!)
  • Charlie Hedges: Drew our attention to the flyers at each table regarding the Rotary District Matching Point program. Info can also be found on our Rotary District’s website.
  • Ian: On 02/27, at Gants Pizza, will be our next Rotary After-hours Event.
  • Via e-mail:
    • District Foundation Chair, Price Finley, announced that the District Matching Points Campaign starts on 02/01/2020, and ends on 02/29/2020. The District will match point-for-point for up to a 1,000 point maximum. You can donate by either: 1) Writing a personal check, made payable to “The Rotary Foundation” for between $100 - $1000, or 2) Completing the form (can be found on District’s website) indicating your club and to which fund you want to contribute, or 3) Mailingcheck and completed form to : 6690 TRF Matching Gifts Campaign, ATTN: Bill Shorthill, PO Box 1155, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-0155.
    • The 2020 Rotary International Convention will be in Honolulu, Hawaii, from June 6th-10th, 2020. Link is: www.riconvention.org.

SAA: Tony Chamberlain, substituting for Judy Wolford.

Fined all February birthdays & anniversaries

Valentine’s Day trivia quiz

Program: Bob Sneed introduced today’s speaker, restaurant critic, Steve Stover. According to Steve’s submitted bio, he is passionate about food. He has taught cooking for 38 years, and reviewed restaurants for 35 years. He currently teaches cooking at the Franklin Park Conservatory, cooks and judges for charity events, and speaks to community groups all over Central Ohio.

Steve had a weekly restaurant and food commentary program on the Bob Conners Show on 610WTVN AM radio for nearly 12 years, and was the Ohio Editor for Zagat restaurant guides for 12 years. He is now the co-host of WOSU 89.7 FM’s All Sides Chefs in the City, a one-hour show at 11AM on the first Friday of every month, along with Ann Fisher and Rich Terapak. His restaurant reviews and food blog can be found at: www.wosu.org/chefs .

Highlights

  • (Warning from the Editor: I did my best at attempting to type as fast as Steve spoke, and to catch the restaurant names properly, but mostly I had to take a phonetical stab as to what they were. But hey, you can take it out of my pay. Wait, that’s right, I don’t get paid...C’est la vie!)
  • Announced that this is his sixth visit to our club.
  • Has been reviewing restaurants for over 35 years.
  • “Columbus is the best restaurant city in Ohio.”
  • Veritas, Wolf’s Ridge, Watershed, The Distillery, Gallery Bar & Bistro, Refectory, G.Michaels are a few he mentioned that made the Top 10 Restaurant List.
  • La Tabela in Grandview didn’t make the list, but he felt it should have.
  • Del Mar is one mentioned on the National Restaurant List.
  • 100 new restaurants & bars in Columbus just last year!
  • Ambrose on South High
  • Commune is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant
  • Loch’s Bagels
  • Lincoln(?) Social is one of 12 roof-top bars.
  • Emmet Miranova
  • The Old Spot in Upper Arlington on Lane Ave
  • A new Beer Garden on Parson’s & High
  • Fireproof is a tapas place on N. High
  • Kitchen Social
  • Hoof Hearted
  • RH’s two restaurants at Easton
  • Cameron Mitchell has a culinary establishment on OSU campus
  • The Pearl in Dublin
  • Buddy Dairy is a food hall on N. 4th
  • Mourning these closings: Worthington Inn, China Dynasty
  • Lupo in Upper Arlington is Mediterranean food
  • Bobogar (?) 
  • Ritzy’s on Garden & High
  • Fine dining has been replaced by a more casual atmosphere, but he is “seeing glimmers of (fine dining) coming back.”
  • Fast-casual style dining is making a prevalent appearance.
  • “Food trucks continue to be strong.”
  • Tibetan & Philippine-style foods are trending
  • Fasia Italian on Goodale, Veritas, Refectory, La Tabela, Guild House, Giuseppe, Rockville (Rockmill)Tavern, Windword’s Passage are some of his own favorites.


Contact info: 

www.wosu.org/chefs


In appreciation of this year's speakers sharing their time & efforts, donations to the Pumpkin Show Park will be made in their names.

February programs:

20th: Emergency Management System - Darrin Flick

27th: Urban-Ag Day

March programs:

5th: Aspect of Ashville, by Bob Hines

12th: Gerhard Maroscher, about his second book

19th: Lt. James Brown from the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Dept, about active shooters

26th: The Rotary Interact Program at Circleville High School, by CHS student, Oscar Knece

April programs:

2nd: Pickaway County Council on Youth Leadership (PCCYL) - Report on their trip to the Town Meeting on Tomorrow in St. Louis 

9th: Kindergarten 2020, by Lesley Wolfe

16th: Governor Mike DeWine 

23rd: Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Kevin Donahue

30th: Pickaway Progress Partnership (P3) update, by Ryan Scribner

02/06/2020

By: Patty Rothe, Rotary Newsletter Editor; 

Patty.FourJ@gmail.com

(Editor's request: Please remember to jot down your announcements & give them to me. A simple hand-written note or an e-mail in advance would work well. Thank you!)

Presiding: Pres. Bob McCrady

Prayer: Jayme Fountain

Piano: Don Metzler

Intros: Bob Sneed

Song: Adam Johnson - “Roll Rotary” & “Singing in the Rain”

Absentees: Adams, Craig Brown, Joe Brown, Connie Chamberlain, Tony Chamberlain, Coyan, David Crawford, Marie Crawford, Davis, Delong, Droste, Ellis, Esala, Ewing, Foster, Hedges, Hoffman, Irwin, Justinger, Maroscher, Mavis, McIlroy, Neff, Palm, Pelcic, Rob Radcliff, Rainey, Rawlins, Scherer, Searls, Sigmon, Snedegar, Stevens, Matt Tootle, Vickers, Ian Webb, Wright, Yaniga

Make ups: None

Visiting Rotarians: None

Guests: Craig Lovelace, by Ty Ankrom; Tiffany Twining, by Heather Foll

February birthdays: 3rd - Joe McNemar; 9th - Richard Coyan; 10th - Don McIlroy; 11th - Norm Wilson; 14th - Ian Webb; 16th - Steve Stevenson; 22nd - Rob Radcliff

February anniversaries: 6th- Don McIlroy; 21st - Carly Neff

Happy Dollars: None

Student Guests: None 

Lottery: Roger Wolfe was this week's winner of $16, but the golden pebble remained hidden. The jackpot is now $915.

Announcements

  • Gary Montgomery: Thanked those who attended the recent After Hours Rotary event.
  • Pres. Bob: Read a thank-you note from Haven House for our club’s donation.
  • Ellery Elick: Rural Urban Day on 02/27/2020 at 11:30 at Presbyterian Church at 11:30AM. Passing around the sign-up sheet.
  • Via e-mail:
    • District Foundation Chair, Price Finley, announced that the District Matching Points Campaign starts on 02/01/2020, and ends on 02/29/2020. The District will match point-for-point for up to 1,000 point max. You can donate by either: 1) Write a personal check, made payable to “The Rotary Foundation” for between $100 - $1000, or 2) Complete the form (can be found on District’s website) indicating your club and to which fund you want to contribute, or 3) Mail check and completed form to : 6690 TRF Matching Gifts Campaign, ATTN: Bill Shorthill, PO Box 1155, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-0155.
    • The 2020 Rotary International Convention will be in Honolulu, Hawaii, from June 6th-10th, 2020. Interest has been high, so registration may need to be closed once a certain number is met. So don't delay in making your registration! Link is: www.riconvention.org.

SAA: Judy Wolford

Performed a trivia quiz on bourbon, in honor of today’s speaker.

Program: Judy Wolford introduced today’s speaker, CEO & Master Distiller at Ashville Distillery, Doug McLaughlin.

Highlights:

  • Doug said that they give tours upon request.
  • His partner is Michael Orozco (sp?). Company is called M&O Spirits.
  • Relayed the story of how they came up with the idea to open their distillery to make bourbon.
  • Shared all of the “hoops” they had to jump through to get their venture off the ground. Then, they had to add in the time it took to age their first batches of bourbon.
  • Explained that the State of Ohio buys the alcohol from M&O, and then the State turns around & sells it. Therefore, the customer is actually buying “the State’s bourbon” at Ashville Distillery.
  • Doug stated that they chose Ashville, due to it being a small town and close proximity to local grains. They originally looked into Circleville, but no suitable property was available.
  • Their product is a 4-grain bourbon whiskey.
  • One of their products just won a very competitive national award.
  • They even have a pumpkin-spiced product, in honor of Circleville.
  • Spoke of how they have different aging processes to create different products.
  • It takes about 5 mashes to fill up a barrel.
  • Potato vodka is the most expensive vodka to make.
  • They have to apply with the State for approval for every bottle to be able to sell it, as well approval for where it can be sold.
  • State keeps about 45% of the price of every bottle sold.
  • His products are currently in Ashbrook and Jackie Ray’s restaurants in Ashville, and in a Kroger & Giant Eagle in Grove City. He’s trying to break into the Circleville market.
  • Told of how Ashville has a history of multiple stills based at one time along the Walnut Creek.
  • His products are distilled at least twice. First time through, the product is considered “low wines.” After the second time, the product’s proof runs up to 150 proof. They then remove “the heads, the things you don’t want.” The third time through, it goes up to 175 proof.
  • Told of how their R&D process worked, and how they tested them to decide which recipes they want to use.
  • Mentioned how the sense of smell & taste both factor into the recipes they chose, & the quality of the products.
  • Their goal is to get to the point financially that they can work on aging their products longer. “Right now, we’re in the ‘making money’ phase of our business.”
  • They also are hoping to open directly to the public retail eventually.
  • Per barrel, they can get about 300-350 bottles.


In appreciation of this year's speakers sharing their time & efforts, donations to the Pumpkin Show Park will be made in their names.

February programs:

13th: Restaurant reviews - Steve Stover

20th: Emergency Management System - Darrin Flick

27th: Urban-Ag Day 

March programs:

 (not received yet)

01/30/2020

By: Patty Rothe, Rotary Newsletter Editor; 

Patty.FourJ@gmail.com

(Editor's request: Please remember to jot down your announcements & give them to me. A simple hand-written note or an e-mail in advance would work well. Thank you!)

Presiding: Pres. Bob McCrady

Prayer: Joe Brown

Piano: Ellery Elick

Intros: Jessica Mullins

Song: Gary Dean - “Happy Wanderer” & “Vive Le Rotary”

Absentees: Adams, Ankrom, Beavers, Craig Brown, Canfield, Colburn, Coyan, Davis, Delong, Ellis, Esala, Gerhardt, Grover, Hoffman, Irwin, Adam Johnson, McIlroy, Chris Mullins, Neal, Pelcic, Rainey, Scherer, Searls, Snedegar, Sneed, Stevens, Matt Tootle, Vickers, White, Wolford, Wright, Yaniga

Make ups: eClub One - Charlie Hedges

Visiting Rotarians: Sunrise - Erika Konowalow

Guests: Craig Lovelace, by Drex Poling; Jim Shaw, by Rob Radcliff

January birthdays: 5th - Bob Tootle; 22nd - Dave Webb; 23rd - Roger Wolfe, Jen Rainey; 24th - Fred Mavis; 25th - Wayne Vickers

January anniversaries: 3rd - Tad Grover; 7th - Bob Mabe

February birthdays: 3rd - Joe McNemar; 9th - Richard Coyan; 10th - Don McIlroy; 11th - Norm Wilson; 14th - Ian Webb; 16th - Steve Stevenson; 22nd - Rob Radcliff

February anniversaries: 6th- Don McIlroy; 21st - Carly Neff

New member inducted: Tony Robinson transferred from the Sunrise Rotary Club to our Noon Club. Welcome aboard Tony!

Two Paul Harris awards presented: David Crawford received his first, and Sister Monica received her second.

Happy Dollars: None

Student Guests: Jason Vesey, of Pickaway-Ross CTC, introduced Chase Davis & Katelyn Drum.

Lottery: Drexel Poling was this week's winner of $(?), but the golden pebble remained hidden. The jackpot is now $882.

Announcements

  • Charlie Hedges: Gave an update on Rotary Foundation & Paul Harris Scholarship programs, and how much easier it is now to donate. See Charlie or Drexel for the details.
  • Get-well card being sent around the room for signing. It is for John Ellis, who is recovering from back surgery.
  • Jessica Mullins: Rotary Interact’s first mtg was today at 7AM at CHS Alumni Room. Had over 20 students and 10 Rotarians (both Noon & Sunrise clubs) in attendance. Feb. 20th at 7AM will be the next meeting, in which officers will elected and they will begin to flesh out some ideas. Personal donations will be welcomed. Please make checks payable to CHS , & write in memo section “Rotary Interact.”


  • Ned Riegel: A “Mamma Mia” production is being hosted by the Butterfly Guild of Nationwide Children’s Hospital as a fundraiser. Performances are Feb. 28 & 29, & March 1. Details can be found at Give.NationwideChildrens.org/MammaMia
  • Ellery Elick: Rural Urban Day on 02/27/2020 at 11:30 at Presbyterian Church at 11:30AM.
  • Gary Montgomery: Tonight, the Noon & Sunrise Rotary clubs will be hosting the Rotary After-Hours event at Pizza Cottage, between 5-7PM.
  • Via e-mail:
    • District Foundation Chair, Price Finley, announced that the District Matching Points Campaign starts on 02/01/2020, and ends on 02/29/2020. The District will match point-for-point for up to 1,000 point max. You can donate by either: 1) Write a personal check, made payable to “The Rotary Foundation” for between $100 - $1000, or 2) Complete the form (can be found on District’s website) indicating your club and to which fund you want to contribute, or 3) Mail check and completed form to : 6690 TRF Matching Gifts Campaign, ATTN: Bill Shorthill, PO Box 1155, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-0155.
    • DG Gary also forwarded a request from the Australia Rotary District #9570 for assistance due to the droughts and wildfires from which they have been suffering. They are asking for donations to assist in purchasing water and food for livestock. (Additional details can be found on our district’s website.)
    • The 2020 Rotary International Convention will be in Honolulu, Hawaii, from June 6th-10th, 2020. Interest has been high, so registration may need to be closed once a certain number is met. So don't delay in making your registration! Link is: www.riconvention.org.


SAA: Carly Neff

  • Charlie Hedges: Mollie in the newspaper
  • Ellery Elick: He was in the newspaper twice
  • Performed a general trivia quiz.


Program: Carly Neff introduced today’s speaker, her brother, Brett Rhoads, of Rhoads Farm & Nursery. He said “I am more of the farm & nursery side of the business, so you won’t see as much of me.” He is here to speak about the struggle to secure labor force in the agriculture industry.

Highlights:

  • Gave an overview of the H-2A Process.
  • He & his assistant have to process over 200 pieces of paper every year to bring their laborers up to USA. They connect with Mexico for their employees. None of the paperwork is allowed to be electronically processed, so they have to “snail mail” everything.
  • Rhoads has to contract with a group of lawyers every year to handle the legal portion of the paperwork.
  • The candidates to go through multiple security checks before they are approved. One candidate did not get renewed due to a speeding ticket he had received, so his application was denied.
  • Rhoads Farm Inc hires about 54 employees every year via the H-2A.
  • Rhoads has to provide the transportation of all of these employees, since they are not able to drive in USA until they apply/re-apply for a driver’s license. They have to secure a new driver’s license every year.
  • Rhoads is required to advertise locally for these jobs, prior to hiring H2A workers.
  • If US citizens do apply & qualify, they must be hired before any H2A workers.
  • Wages are set by Dept of Labor, & this year the minimum Ohio wage is $14.52/hour. Therefore, this is what employers must pay the H2A workers as well.
  • Employers are required to pay worker’s compensation insurance on H2A employees.
  • He shared how he has a good group of H2A employees now, and shared some stories of how reliable & respectful they are.
  • “They have become like family.”
  • Rhoads has zero theft during the seasons that the H2A workers are living on the site. “We only have theft when our guys aren’t living there.”
  • Passing drug tests is never a problem with the H2A workers.
  • The H2A program is highly regulated. He shared a story of how, during one of the government inspections, Rhoads was fined $1,700 for a single trash can not having a lid in one of the housing units.
  • “Housing standards are very tough.”
  • “We get a few American workers, but they never last long.”

In appreciation of this year's speakers sharing their time & efforts, donations to the Pumpkin Show Park will be made in their names.

February programs:

6th: Ashville Distillery

13th: Restaurant reviews - Steve Stover

20th: Emergency Management System - Darrin Flick

27th: Urban-Ag Day, 11:30 am at Circleville Presbytarian Church

March programs: (not received yet)

01/23/2020

By: Patty Rothe, Rotary Newsletter Editor; 

Patty.FourJ@gmail.com

(Editor's request: Please remember to jot down your announcements & give them to me. A simple hand-written note or an e-mail in advance would work well. Thank you!)

Presiding: Pres. Bob McCrady

Prayer: Dan Fouts

Piano: Ellery Elick

Intros: Joy Ewing

Song: Carly Neff - “Hey, Look Me Over” & “Sing Out a Song of Rot’ry”

Absentees: Adams, Craig Brown, Joe Brown, Colburn, Coyan, Davis, Delong, Droste, Ellis, Esala, Foll, Gerhardt, Hedges, Justinger, Bob Liggett, Mavis, McNemar, Chris Mullins, Palm, Pelcic, Rainey, Scherer, Searls, Snedegar, Stevens, Matt Tootle, Vickers, White, Yaniga

Make ups: eClub One - Charlie Hedges

Visiting Rotarians: Tony Robinson

Guests: Janet Spangler, by Warren Spangler; Craig Lovelace, by Ty Ankrom; Ken Hopkins, by Gary Dean.

January birthdays: 5th - Bob Tootle; 22nd - Dave Webb; 23rd - Roger Wolfe, Jen Rainey; 24th - Fred Mavis; 25th - Wayne Vickers

January anniversaries: 3rd - Tad Grover; 7th - Bob Mabe

February birthdays: 3rd - Joe McNemar; 9th - Richard Coyan; 10th - Don McIlroy; 11th - Norm Wilson; 14th - Ian Webb; 16th - Steve Stevenson; 22nd - Rob Radcliff

February anniversaries: 6th- Don McIlroy; 21st - Carly Neff

Happy Dollars: Bob McCrady - His family’s business (Hammel & McCrady HVAC) is 75 years old this year.

Student Guests: Rebecca King, Guidance Counselor at Teays Valley High School, introduced Haylee Grant.

Lottery: Gary Montgomery was this week's winner of $22, but the golden pebble remained hidden. The jackpot is now $882.

Announcements

  • Jessica Mullins: Rotary Interact 1st mtg on 01/30/2020 at 7AM at CHS Alumni Room
  • Gary Montgomery: 1) Community Kitchen on 01/27/2020 will be staffed by a 4-H group so no need for any Rotarians to attend. 2) On 01/30/2020, Noon & Sunrise Rotary clubs will be hosting the next Rotary After-Hours event at Pizza Cottage, between 5-7PM.
  • Via e-mail:
    • DG Gary Vaughan relayed the announcement, originally made by RI President-elect Holger Knaack, that the theme for 2020-2021 will be “Rotary Opens Opportunities.”
    • DG Gary also forwarded a request from the Australia Rotary District #9570 for assistance due to the droughts and wildfires from which they have been suffering. They are asking for donations to assist in purchasing water and food for livestock. (Additional details can be found on our district’s website.) An account has established to manage the District Disaster Response: 
      • Account name: Rotary Club of Pioneer Valley
      • Bank name: Sarina Community Bendigo Bank
      • Bank’s address: 37 Broad Street, Sarina, 4737, Qld Australia
      • BSB: 633-108
      • Account #: 154790984
      • Account address: PO Box 46 (41 Mary Street), Mirani, 4754, QLD Australia
      • SWIFT Code: BENDAU3B
    • The 2020 Rotary International Convention will be in Honolulu, Hawaii, from June 6th-10th, 2020. Interest has been high, so registration may need to be closed once a certain number is met. So don't delay in making your registration! Link is: www.riconvention.org


SAA: Carly Neff

  • January Rotary anniversaries, & wedding anniversaries.
  • David Crawford: for being sworn-in on City Council
  • Sheriff Rob Radcliff: pass on fine for arresting 3 on drug charges
  • Performed a trivia quiz.


Program: Warren Spangler introduced today’s speaker, Bryan Black. Bryan is a fourth-generation livestock and grain farmer from Canal Winchester. He might look familiar, as he was a speaker at one of our Rotary Rural-Urban Day events. Bryan operates a wean-to-finish swine operation as a contract grower for Kalmbach Swine Management of Upper Sandusky. In addition, he is head of gilt development and selection for Cardinal Pork, Inc.  

In 1980, Bryan graduated from Ohio State University - ATI, with a degree in Swine Production and Management. He and his wife, Michelle, have been married for 35 years, and have two grown children

Today, Bryan is here to discuss his uncle’s book, and Bryan’s trip to retrace some of his uncle’s path during WWII in Holland.

Highlights:

  • Spoke about the story of his uncle, Layton Black, Jr.
  • The book is titled “The Last First Sargent.” It is no longer in print, but can be found in libraries.
  • He was a paratrooper in the 101st Airbourne. He jumped into many famous battles in WWII.
  • In his later years, Layton spent countless hours at Funk & Wagnell Library in Lithopolis writing down his WWII memories.
  • He unfortunately died before the book was published.
  • “He never got a scratch in WWII.”
  • Bryan relayed a few of the stories from the book. “Some are funny, some are sad.”
  • In 2013, Bryan & Michelle went to Europe to trace her roots, and to visit some of the WWII sites about which his uncle wrote. 
  • Bryan relayed a story about meeting a local school librarian and the town historian, who relayed their own perspectives on the some of the events in his uncle’s book.
  • In Holland, it is a privilege to care for the graves of the American soldiers who died there.
  • The librarian & historian took Bryan to some of the sites, & he was able to meet a young man who lived in a residence that is mentioned in his uncle’s book. When the young man bought the house, he was told the story of Brian’s uncle as a “conscientious American soldier” there.
  • Shared numerous photos of the town in Holland, and the various sites.
  • It was very emotional for Brian to stand in some of the same exact locations that his uncle has once stood.


In appreciation of this year's speakers sharing their time & efforts, donations to the Pumpkin Show Park will be made in their names.

January programs:

30th: Brett Rhoads of Rhoads Farms - H2A and Immigration

February programs:

6th: Ashville Distillery

13th: Restaurant reviews - Steve Stover

20th: Emergency Management System - Darrin Flick

27th: Urban-Ag Day at Circleville Presbyterian Church

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