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Sending Easter Blessings.


We want to wish everyone a very peaceful and Happy Easter. Please spend time with family and friends and enjoy the day.

If you need anything while we are closed on Easter Sunday, please call the emergency after-hours number: 614-240-8421.

Have a blessed day.


The 49th Earth Day is April 22. Plant Trees and Pick Up Trash!


We are one year away from the 50th anniversary of Earth Day which began in 1970. As we celebrate the 49th annual Earth Day this year, I’m focusing on two of my simple goals (that anyone can do) for improving the world around me: planting more trees and picking up trash.

Planting Trees:

The Earth Day Network has called on activists to plant 7.8 billion trees, one tree for every person on the planet, as Earth Day heads toward its 50th Anniversary in 2020. Beyond their goal of planting trees, in 2019, the Earth Day Network has chosen a theme of Protect Our Species.

The City of Columbus also has an initiative to plant 300,000 trees by the 2020 Earth Day weekend.

To go along with the idea of planting trees to save the Earth, One Tree Planted allows you to donate $1 to plant one tree.

The Nature Conservancy is also asking people to donate this year for their “Plant a Billion Trees” project.

The Ohio Chapter of the Sierra Club will be celebrating with various events. They are looking for volunteers to help them plant 200 trees this Saturday, April 20, from 9 am to noon.

By the way, National Arbor Day is April 26. Plant trees throughout April as you celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day. For more information on Arbor Day, visit the Arbor Day Foundation web site HERE.


Picking up Trash:

You can volunteer to pick up trash in the City of Columbus by visiting their site HERE. Learn about volunteer activities throughout Central Ohio on the Keep Columbus Beautiful volunteer site HERE.

You can also sign up as a group to Adopt-A-Highway for litter pick up. The Knights of Columbus at Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church will be holding their first Adopt-A-Highway trash clean up on April 27. Email Mark Needham by April 22 (email: hamms1865@yahoo.com) if you would like to help.

Honestly, you don’t have to sign up to pick up trash. Just go out and do it. Anywhere you look, you can find tons of cups and bags and cigarette butts lying around. It’s not only good for the community to pick up trash, it’s also good exercise for you. And you’ll feel better not only physically, but mentally after you’ve loaded up a bag of trash and see your amazing results.

Earth Day events:

Green Columbus and Earth Day Columbus will celebrate their 13th Earth Day on Saturday, April 20 at Genoa Park from 12-8 pm. There will be food trucks, kids’ activities, and Central Ohio bands.

Like Green Columbus on Facebook HERE.

It’s time to get involved and do all that you can to protect our planet on this Earth Day and every other day of the year.

Free Electronic Waste and Appliance Recycling on Saturday, April 20 from 9 am to 1 pm at Union Recyclers.


On Saturday, April 20, there will be a FREE electronic waste and appliance recycling day from 9 am to 1 pm (rain or shine) at Union Recyclers, 15140 US Route 36 East in Marysville.

Items that will be accepted from households, businesses, industries, schools, and the government at NO Charge include: Computers, any and all types of cable and wire, cameras, servers, VCRs, Monitors, DVD Players, all types of cell phones, keyboards and mice, CD and DVD media, battery backup systems, flat screen computer monitors, scanners, printers, fax machines, copiers, all stereo equipment, video games, video game systems, all phone equipment, speakers, floppy disks, microwaves, sweepers, and other household electronics.

Televisions will be accepted for a fee of $30 each. There is a $10 Fee for each CRT (cathode ray tubes found in most computer monitors) Monitor. Please pay by cash or a check.

Freon and Non-Freon appliances including refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, stoves, dishwashers, washers, and dryers will be taken at NO CHARGE.

Aluminum beverage cans will be purchased for 5 cents over the price of the day! No 55 gallon drums/barrels of cans will be accepted.

Absolutely NO tires, light bulbs, alkaline batteries or household hazardous waste will be accepted. NO Early Drop Offs!

For more information, call Union Recyclers at 937-642-7283 or visit their web site HERE.

If a business, industry, school, or government office has a large quantity of electronic waste, contact Accurate IT to schedule a pick up date/time. Call 1-888-811-2487 or visit their web site HERE.

This event is being sponsored by the North Central Ohio Solid Waste District, Union Recyclers, Accurate IT, the Union County Commissioners, and the Union County Chamber of Commerce.

ASE Feed and Supply’s Customer Appreciation Day is Saturday, April 20.


ASE Feed and Supply will be throwing a customer appreciation breakfast celebration on Saturday, April 20 from 8 am to 2 pm.

Ken Jewell and his wife, Teresa, purchased the feed store and mill in 2001 and renamed it ASE in honor of their three daughters–Amy, Stacy, and Emily. They have been serving the Plain City community for eighteen years!

If you stop by on April 20, you can get a free pancake breakfast from 8 am to 1 pm. The Plain City Lions Club will be in charge of the pancake breakfast and those Lions know how to make pancakes.

There will also be a 10 percent discount on all pre-packaged feed and supplies (cannot be combined with other discounts). Additionally, get $5 off all bags of Tribute Horse Feed (limit 10 bags per customer and you must pay at the time of purchase–no placing on account). There will be lots of other discounts and deals, too. So please stop by.

The customer appreciation event ends at 2 pm when the store closes.

ASE Feed and Supply is located at 211 S. Jefferson Avenue (Route 42) in Plain City (they are across the street from McDonald’s). For more information, including hours of operation, products and services, visit their web site HERE.

You can also “Like” ASE Feed and Supply on Facebook HERE.

All You Can Eat Lions’ Club Pancake Breakfast is Saturday, April 6 from 7 am to 11 am.

Join the Plain City Lions Club on Saturday, April 6, from 7 am to 11 am at the Plain City Presbyterian Church (231 East Main Street) for an “All You Can Eat” Pancake Breakfast. A good will offering will be accepted at the door.

Menu includes pancakes, sausage, milk, orange juice, or coffee.

Come out with your appetite and support the Plain City Lions on April 6. We hear that Roger Weeks will be flipping pancakes and he is a tremendous cook! YUM!!