|Picture from Yelp|
I went to Cuts Off High for the first time in January and it was a great but very unique experience.
I needed a hair cut so I searched on Yelp for the best hair cuts in Columbus. This place was one of the top picks. Out of 41 reviews, he has almost 5 stars. Wow!
To schedule an appointment, I called, left a voicemail, Ray texted me back with an available time, that same day and that was that. I’ve never been texted by a hair stylist before in a non-automated way so it was a refreshingly human change.
Ray, the barber, is very friendly and listens to what you have to say. He is interesting to talk with and has a lot of opinions he will happily share with you. He takes great pride in his work and in educating his customers. I liked that he showed me how to care for and style my hair. My favorite part was that he didn’t try and sell me a bunch of hair products or things I didn’t want. I’d gone to a lot of other salons over the year and always felt pressured into buying their shampoo or hair products.
Don’t expect any frills in this salon. With the $22 women’s haircut, there wasn’t a shampoo, he just misted my hair with water, and then blow dried it. The salon isn’t anything fancy, there’s no receptionist to get you coffee, etc. I did read from other reviews that he has free beverages and fruit in the lobby. I was there at 6pm and didn’t see anything.
The service was good, the price was right and a month later, I’m still enjoying the layers in my hair cut, so I would go back here or recommend him to a friend.
The City of Canal Winchester and the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office will team to host a Community Education event on Jan. 25 at the Frances Steube Community Center at 22 S. Trine St. in Canal Winchester.
By DEBBIE GILLUM, THISWEEKNEWS.COM
Posted Jan 17, 2017
|I like to lay out everything on my bed so I can get a since of how much I’m bringing|
|I save space and keep my shoes from getting crushed by stuffing clothing inside them.|
|I like to lay out my shorts beneath my shirts so I can make sure they coordinate|
|My base layer is made of shorts, a cardigan and bathing suits|
|Shoes went on the top layer, facing the outside of suitcase|
|I wear my heaviest clothes onto the plane and set them in a different bag so I can easily get to them.|
- Shorts, jean shorts and workout shorts
- Tops, t-shirts and tank tops
- Variety of shoes
- Bag for the beach
- Face wash
|Pam, Malcolm and Matt Sexton brave the cold Sat. Jan. 6 at Blacklick Woods during the kickoff of the Metro Parks’ Winter Hike’s series. The Bexley family hiked two miles to get in shape for a vacation out west.|
|Photo Credit: Debbie Gillum|
|Photo Credit: Debbie Gillum|
I tried to be careful about ordering things since the clearance items were non returnable.
Overall, I’m happy with what I got.
|At first, I thought “Oh no!”|
|Appropriate for winter or summer|
|Leggings, cardigan and scarf + braided hair|
|Love the A line skirt|
Wednesday January 21, 2015 7:10 PM
At the first Dublin Board of Education meeting of 2015, the Board President and Vice-President were re-elected and online school board meeting agendas were debuted.
The district will no longer distribute hard copies of agendas. Instead, community members are invited to go online to view the agendas, minutes, schedules and more.
Digitizing the agendas will increase productivity and save thousands of dollars annually, according to a district press release.
The school board meeting started an hour earlier, because of the OSU championship game.
Lynn May was re-elected as Board President and Stuart Harris as Board Vice President. Both ran unopposed and were first elected to the Board in 2005.
The facility task force reported that the engineering architectural firm of Garmann and Miller will attend the Feb. 9 school board meeting to answer questions. They will present their findings to the board on Jan. 26. The task force will recommend an architectural firm in Feb. and a construction management team in March. The task force assured community members that the Riverside Elementary traffic problems will be addressed.
The gifted education task force has been sharing the draft service model with colleagues, parent groups, and the community. Additional input will be requested from middle school math teachers and administrators regarding advanced/accelerated math. The task force hopes to present their final draft to the board in February. They have scheduled three additional community meetings to share revisions and gather feedback. Future community meetings will be held at 7p.m. Jan. 21 at Coffman, Jan. 22 at Jerome, and Jan. 28 at Scioto.
The middle school schedule task force held several parent forums last week to address questions. They are still on track to make a recommendation to the board by mid-February. They are closely reviewing middle schools in Illinois and Minnesota that appeared on the “Top 10 Best Education Suburban Districts” list.
For the staffing task force, Richard Bailey explained that a more robust and detailed online screener would be put in place to help narrow the candidate pool to only the best possible. This week, the new screening tool will take effect for all new and current applicants.
Treasurer Steve Osborne discussed the Fiscal Year 2014 Audit Opinion and Audit Reports from Plattenburg Certified Public Accountants. There were no citations or findings for recovery. Osborne said it was a very good report and he thanked his staff.
Dr. Hoadley reminded community members of the State of the Schools at the Dublin Recreation Center on Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. and the next Superintendent Community Coffee on Jan. 27 at 10:30 a.m. at Sunny Street Cafe.
The meeting ended with Rick Weininger moving that the district make a statement of support for the Buckeyes as they met the Oregon Ducks in the National Championship game.
The Board meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7 p.m.