Ohio Mediation Association
A Bi-Monthly Publication May 2005
President/Newscaster Editor: Shirley Cochran Phone/Fax: (614) 863-4775 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Immediate Past President: Martha Antolik (937) 264-2336 E-mail: email@example.com
Vice President: Jay Patterson (614) 403-3825 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Dan DeStephen (913) 775-2067 Fax (937) 775-6152 E-mail: email@example.com
Secretary: Sheri Center (614) 231-1855 Fax (614) 231-1855 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your Calendars for our exciting 2004 meetings!! (First Friday of the even numbered months except our conference or April meeting since it is at Fawcett Center.)
June 3, 2005 Special 2-hour presentation on Real Estate Disputes and the Role of the Mediator. Presenters Melissa A. Marcin of Marcin & Marcin and Joseph Pitstick, of Cuni, Ferguson & LeVay. Don’t miss this presentation to be put on the list for Condo and Home Owner Associations for mediators who wish to be able to mediate for such groups.
August 5, 2005 C. Eileen Pruett on what the UMA means to Ohio mediators now that it will become effective in October.
All meetings, except the Annual Conference, to be held at 11:30 AM at the MCL Cafeteria at Westerville and Schrock Roads in Westerville until further notice (Directions on last page)
By Shirley Cochran
HAPPY NEW YEAR! The Ohio Mediation Association year starts May 1st and runs through April 30th so we are at the start of our new year. The first thing I would like to do is thank our members and especially our officers for all the hard work this past year in bringing OMA to where it is today. We had 118 dues paying members, presented informative and enjoyable programs at our bi-monthly meetings, completed a fantastic annual meeting in April with a well-received program by Bernie Mayer attended by 70 people, participated in the final passage of the Uniform Mediation Act in the Ohio Legislature, were part of the Conflict Management Week 2005 planning group, amended our by-laws to return to two-year term of office for the President and eliminated the office of President-Elect, participated in a group preparing training materials for the impact the UMA will have on Ohio mediators in October, presented a workshop on credentialing at the Minorities in Dispute Resolution Conference, and were instrumental in creating the Summit Group of mediation organizations to further the use of mediation in the State of Ohio. Makes me tired just to read about it!
Another major change this year was the use of the Mediate.com web site directory. Each dues paying member should have received a message by e-mail with a member number and password to have complete control over their directory listing. You can add to your listing and change information at your convenience and when you need to do so. I know I went in and changed my listing when I left my position at the court at the end of January so people can find me at my home office again and it was very easy. We will continue to list the renewals and new members in the Newscaster along with any changes or corrections (like this month we added a member’s correct e-mail address), but at any time you can go to www.mediate.com/ohio and see the entire directory or search by name. To be able to search by county, the member has to have put the counties in the directory listing so be sure you go in and make your listing all it can be.
For those who missed the annual meeting, OMA purchased a number of copies of Bernie Mayer’s most recent book, Beyond Neutrality, to sell to members and non-members alike at a discount. In addition to personalizing the books purchased that day for those individuals, Bernie was kind enough to sign each of the remaining books, which will be sold at our meetings. Members pay $32 and non-members $36 for a book that retails for $38 plus shipping and handling. Bring your checkbook to the next meeting and take away an interesting challenge to mediators concerning the crisis Bernie believes we are facing in conflict resolution.
As mandated by the by-laws, the OMA officers gave reports at the annual meeting as well as asking for members to get more involved in the actual running of the organization. I was re-elected to serve the second year of the President’s term as set forth in the by-laws again and Jay Patterson was re-elected Vice President. My favorite part of the annual meeting was the awarding of the Better World Award to Marie Hill of Cincinnati (see the article below for specifics). We had great food and wonderful thought-provoking discussions. The Supreme Court of Ohio assisted in providing Bernie as our speaker and Antioch University McGregor provided materials as well as a booth staffed with OMA member Rob McLaughlin to answer questions concerning the Masters program there. Mark your calendars for April 7, 2006 for the next opportunity to come together to celebrate OMA’s year of accomplishments.
Better World Award 2005
Marie Hill nominated by Lou Ann Wood
Marie Hill has trained, mentored, and influenced hundreds of individuals in the career of mediation, and if not the career, at least in their thinking in the whole area of peace making. She has been training both basic and advanced mediation for many years, has presented at national conferences, was a founding member of the Cincinnati Mediation Council, past Vice President of the Ohio Mediation Association, and member of the Governor’s Task Force on Family Law and Children. As Coordinator of the Mediation Program for Beech Acres Mediation Center Marie Hill offers an opportunity for beginning mediators to co-mediate at the Center to develop their skills and gain confidence. She is an Advanced Practitioner Member of the Association of Conflict Resolution. Marie Hill’s influence on the field of mediation in this state and others is hereby honored.
Conflict Management Week 2005 Winning Through Working Together
May 8th -14th was Conflict Management Week 2005 in the state of Ohio. The theme of this year’s celebration was “Winning through Working Together” — a theme developed to encourage the public to consider using conflict management and dispute resolution methods to enhance their daily lives. During this annual series of events, schools, courts, communities, and government organizations spread the word about effective approaches to preventing and resolving conflicts. Ohioans also recognized their state’s leadership in the field of conflict management and the growth of mediation as a method for settling disputes. Educational information and resources to help promote the Week were available under the heading of Learn How You Can Get Involved at http://www.disputeresolution.ohio.gov/cmweek05.htm
NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release May 11, 2005. Yellow Springs, Ohio – Antioch University McGregor is launching a new certificate program in Intercultural Conflict Management (ICM) to mark Ohio’s Conflict Management Week, May 8-14, 2005. The Intercultural Conflict Management Certificate Program will debut this fall as part of Antioch University McGregor’s Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution program in the School of Management. Please see http://www.mcgregor.edu/cr/icmc.html. Conflict resolution is no longer a stand-alone professional field of specialization. It is now a critical skill for effective leadership in a wide range of careers including: government agencies, schools, hospitals, corporations, universities and communities. The Intercultural Conflict Management Certificate Program is designed to provide practical skills training in intercultural conflict management that prepares individuals to be proactive, positive agents of change. The skill sets learned and practiced within the program are aimed at providing participants with the fundamental tools, understanding and confidence to deal effectively with intercultural conflicts wherever they occur, be it in interpersonal relationships, communities or the workplace. Governor of Ohio, Bob Taft, recently designated May 8 14, 2005 Conflict Management Week with the theme, “Winning through Working Together”, to encourage the public to consider using conflict management and dispute resolution methods to enhance their daily lives. Ohio leads the nation with more than 1,700 school-based conflict management programs in existence. To raise awareness of the newly established Intercultural Conflict Management Certificate Program and in celebration of Ohio Conflict Management Week, Dr. Getinet Belay, Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution at Antioch University McGregor, will host an online chat on “Identity, Culture and Conflict.” The chat will be held Thursday, May 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The chat can be accessed through the McGregor web site at http://www.mcgregor.edu/chat Antioch University McGregor contributes to the betterment of the individual and the community by fostering academic excellence and providing socially responsive, flexible and innovative education programs for adult learners. McGregor features a wide array of bachelor’s degree completion programs, master’s programs in conflict resolution, management and education and also individualized liberal and professional studies programs. Please do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com or call
at (937) 769-1816 with any questions or for more information. Best Regards, Rob McLaughlin, M.A. Antioch University McGregor 800 Livermore St. Yellow Springs, OH 45387 “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity” Horace Mann
THIRD SUMMIT MEETING OF MEDIATION ORGANIZATIONS HELD on April 25, 2005. The meeting was attended by the following organizations: Ohio Mediation Association (OMA), Supreme Court of Ohio Dispute Resolution Services, Mediation Association of Northeast Ohio (MANO), Mediation Association of Northwest Ohio (MANWO), and the Ohio State Bar Dispute Resolution Committee (OSBA DR Committee). The issue of data collection was discussed and Bruce Heckman is preparing a RFP for a comparison of mediation and non-mediated settlements in court cases. Areas to be discussed are speed/timing, cost, satisfaction of parties and durability of the resolution. The slogan or tag line for mediation has been reduced to the top ten slogans that are to be sent out to the different organization’s members for ranking of their top three. A decision about the final slogan choice will be made at the next meeting. Conflict Management week should probably be on the agenda for the summit group since it is a statewide effort to get the word out about conflict management. A review of this year’s events will be made at the next meeting and planning for the following year begun. Discussion about a possible symposium or multiple day conference was begun. Organizations are being asked to discuss this internally and decide what, if anything, they might be able to commit to doing for something in November of 2006 at the earliest. The next meeting will be hosted by the Supreme Court in July on a date to be determined.
From the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management
Second Annual Conference on Conflict Resolution Education What Works! Innovations in Conflict Resolution Education: Early Childhood to Higher Education September 28th – October 1st, 2005, Columbus, Ohio USA On September 28-October 1, 2005, the second annual What Works! Conference will bring together college and university faculty, K-12 teachers and counselors, high school and college students, Conflict Resolution practitioners, parents, and community leaders. Under the guidance of experts in the field of Conflict Resolution Education, these educators, youth and community leaders will explore effective models for Conflict Resolution and learn proven techniques to reduce and manage conflict in the classroom, in peer groups, families, and community settings. What Works! will provide participants with the skills, techniques and resources needed to create safe and healthy learning environments in their educational setting and community. RCH, CEU, CHES, social work, and graduate credit will be offered. Ohio’s national reputation as a leader in conflict resolution education is built on years of collaboration among state and local agencies, schools and universities, community organizations, trainers and independent consultants. The list of sponsors and planning committee members for this year’s conference reflects this collaboration. Sponsors include: the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management, the Interfaith Center for Peace, the Office of the Attorney General of Ohio, the Ohio Resource Network (Safe School Center), the University of Cincinnati, Miami University’s Office of Student Activities, the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, the Ohio Supreme Court Interpreter Services Program, the U.S. Department of Education, and the European Centre for Conflict Prevention. September 28th -29th Two Day Intensive Training What Works! will begin at the Marriott Columbus North in Columbus, Ohio, on September 28th and 29th with two days of intensive training. For additional details and registration information, please check the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution’s Web site at www.disputeresolution.ohio.gov in early March or contact the Commission at 614-752-9595.
In My Opinion By Shirley Cochran, JD
We have a responsibility to comment upon articles we find in the newspaper or in magazines that are either erroneous or could use clarification concerning mediation. For instance, in the Columbus Dispatch recently, the Dear Prudence column headline was “Mediator might convince woman of her bad driving” The letter was from a husband who was complaining about his wife’s driving to the point of calling her a menace behind the wheel and was wanting to ban his wife from driving with their child in the car now that their first child was being born. In Prudence’s response to Married to Hell on Wheels, she stated the following: “If she gives you static and is in denial (after suggesting giving her a choice between anger management classes and taking a bus or cab), find a neutral mediator. The body-shop bills, the insurance increases and speeding tickets should be quite convincing to an outsider.” In response, I sent an e-mail to Margo Howard (apparently Prudence does not exist) explaining that a mediator does not “convince” a party of anything nor does whether or not she believes the information the husband can provide will convince the mediator of the bad driving of the wife have anything to do with what occurs in a mediation. I requested she correct the erroneous impression she left with the general public about mediation and mediators but have yet to hear if that will be done.
In another instance, CEO Magazine had in its April edition an article about homeowners suing or being sued by their homeowner associations for things such as the wrong color paint on a house. I mentioned that we as the Ohio Mediation Association are trying to work with these groups to suggest mediation rather than litigation to resolve these issues as the homeowners are probably not going to move. In fact the case mentioned settled before the court decided the matter. The letter to the editor was printed in the June issue and it is yet to be determined if anyone else but me read it, but at least it is there.
If we do not work to bring mediation to the public eye and correct erroneous information about mediation and mediators, who will?
Ohio State Bar Association Directory Web Site Revisions Make It Easier to Use.
The Ohio State Bar Association has just completed its Web Site renovations at www.ohiobar.org. If you visit the site, click on Public, Legal Services, ADR, and Search the Database of Neutrals, you should be able to find your information if you are already on the site. There is also a place to click for neutrals to amend their information or contact the person in charge to provide information to be listed after the ADR link under This Is For Providers Of ADR Services. Hopefully, you are in the directory and appropriately listed. Contact Shirley Cochran if there is a problem.
Monthly Presenters for OMA by Sandra Fredrick
I wanted to let the members of the Ohio Mediation Association aware that I will be coordinating the monthly presenters for our organization. I am very interested in any appealing presenters and if you feel you have a new program or approach that you would want to share with your peers it would be appreciated. Please contact me with ideas as well The following are ways to contact me: Sandra Fredrick, (937) 225-4099 or I can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to hearing from you.
New and Renewing Members and Additions/Corrections to the Directory (not the entire list of members—see the directory at our web site for that list):
New and renewing members may send applications to OMA’s President, Shirley Cochran at 2897 Liberty Bell Lane, Reynoldsburg OH 43068 Contact Shirley for membership applications or to provide updated addresses, phone numbers, etc, for OMA’s mailing lists and directory. A membership application can be sent electronically for your convenience or you can download it from the OMA website mediate.com/Ohio. If there is a correction or an addition, please let Shirley know.
|Name/Address||Phone and/or e-mail|
431 Columbian Avenue
Columbus OH 43223
|Martha L. Antolik
1424 Cole Court
Vandalia OH 45377
Fax (937) 264-0722
|Bridge Consulting, LLC
c/o Ramona Inskeep
11713 Julie Drive
Baltimore OH 43105
|Tonya Charles, Montgomery Co. DR Court
301 W. Third Street, 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax: (937) 496-7443
|Diane L. Chermely, JD
945 Windham Court Suite 3
Boardman OH 44512
Fax (330) 726-5926
|Clermont County Common Pleas Court Mediation Office c/o Darren Miller
270 E. Main Street
Batavia OH 45103
Fax (513) 732-7390
|Gina M. Crawford, PH.D.
23818 Cliff Drive
Bay Village, Ohio 44140
Fax (440) 617-0199
|Dan DeStephen, Center for Teaching and Learning Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton OH 45435
Fax (937) 775-3152
|Erie Co. Family Ct. Mediation Chris Perrin
323 Columbus Avenue
Sandusky OH 44870
Fax: (419) 627-6600
1073 Wilson Avenue
Marion OH 43302
|Findlay Municipal Court Mediation Coordinator
318 Dorney Plaza PO Box 826
Findlay OH 45840
|Nancy Bachynski ?
Fax (419) 424-7803
|Sandra Fredrick, LSW
301 W. Third St., 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax (937) 496-7443
641 Grove Avenue
Zanesville OH 43701
|(740) 454-3269 (W) (740) 452-4669 (H)
Fax: (W) (740) 455-0739
|Sandra Mendel Furman
One Easton Oval, Suite 500
Columbus OH 43219
Fax (614) 416-5770
|Guernsey Co. Common Pleas Ct.
c/o Magistrate Marcia Hollins
801 Wheeling Ave. , Room E
Cambridge OH 43725
Fax: (740) 432-9289
|Harmony Mediation/Consulting c/o Stephen E. Williams
237 Maple Street
Brookville OH 45309-1710
Fax (937) 833-6588
6401 Stonebridge Street
Columbus OH 43229
2004 Forestcrest Way
Cincinnati OH 45244
|Judith A. Houts, Ph.D.
79 Prince Road
Pataskala OH 43062
c/o Columbus Medical Assn.
431 E. Broad Street
Columbus OH 43215
Fax (614) 240-7415
|Edward M. Krauss
Dispute Resolution, Inc.
783 South Sixth Street
Columbus OH 43206-2130
CMS Hamilton County
|Beth Leger Montgomery Co. CP Ct. Domestic Relations Division
301 W. Third St., 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax (937) 496-7334
|Licking Co. DR Ct. c/o Mediation Coordinator Jay Patterson
75 East Main Street
Newark OH 43055
6775 Meadow Creek Dr. #207
Columbus OH 43235-7980
|Mahoning Valley Dispute Resolution Service c/o Janice Bailey, Director
25 East Boardman Street
Youngstown OH 44503
Fax: (330) 744-4480
PO Box 1052
Lebanon OH 45036
|Terry McMenamin, Montgomery Co. Domestic Relations Court
301 W. Third Street, 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax: (937) 496-7443
|Mediated Solutions c/o Steven D. Abrams
2720 Airport Drive, Suite 100
Columbus OH 43219
Fax (614) 418-1701
|Professor Roberta S. Mitchell
Capital University Law School
303 E. Broad Street
Columbus OH 4215
Fax: (614) 236-6970
|Ohio State University c/o Carole Hinchcliff, Moritz Law Library
55 West 12th Ave. Room 274A
Columbus OH 43210
F (614) 292-3202
|Nola J. Olinger Mont. Co. DR Court
301 W. Third St, 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax (937) 496-7443
|Cris Olmstead, PCC, LSW
301 W. 3rd Street, 2nd Floor
Dayton OH 45422-4246
Fax (937) 496-7443
3563 Mountshannon Road
Columbus OH 43221
|Robert E. Rosenberg
206 South Meridian Street Suite A
Ravenna OH 44266
Fax: (330) 296-3435
|Fredric P. Tilton
4007 Bach-Buxton Road
Amelia OH 45102
Fax: (513) 752-8267
8495 Charleston Valley Drive
Mason OH 45040
|Tuscarawas Co. Common Pleas Ct. c/o Andrea L. Fischer-Immke
125 East High Ave. Room 225
New Philadelphia OH 44663
Fax (330) 365-3398 email@example.com
|University of Toledo College of Law c/o Maara Fink
2801 W. Bancroft Street
Toledo OH 43606
Fax: (419) 530-2605
|Barbara A. Venesy
Law Offices of Barbara A. Venesy
2741 Foxwood Drive
Akron OH 44333-2751
Fax (330) 864-6060
|Odella T. Welch
560 Woodlake Drive
Westerville OH 43081
Fax (614) 523-3022
|Lou Ann Wood
AAL Mediation Services
6726 Main Street
Newtown OH 45244
Fax (513) 0615
Newscaster Material: Please send material for the Newscaster by the 20th of the even numbered months to permit publication in the newsletter. The next deadline is June 20, 2005. My address is 2897 Liberty Bell Lane, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 Phone/fax: (614) 863-4775 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Shirley Cochran, Editor
Job Announcements: There are also some announcements that become available for the meetings. Be sure to attend the meeting and check the Newscaster for openings we might receive notice of and if you have a position you would like to have listed, provide it by the deadline to the Editor.
Volunteer Opportunity: the Better Business Bureau of Cincinnati serving Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana has been mediating cases since 1999. It has grown from 11 mediations that year to 35 cases in 2004. They have mediated 108 workplace disputes over the last six years, amounting to 325 hours of service by their small pool of 9 mediators. Volunteer mediators must have previously completed mediator training, have experience mediating cases on various issues, and be willing to volunteer their time. Individuals interested in mediating cases for the BBB should send their resume, including information about their mediator training and number of types of cases previously mediated to Christine Bake, Dispute Resolution Specialist, Better Business Bureau, 898 Walnut Street, Cincinnati OH 45202.
National Conflict Resolution Day: ACR is working to create a national day of recognition for conflict resolution, in order to increase public awareness about conflict resolution and its many benefits. Our goal is to gain a Congressional proclamation designating a National Conflict Resolution Day in 2005. ACR is coordinating its efforts with other national conflict resolution organizations, and is reaching out to local, state and international groups to build interest in holding local celebrations in conjunction with this celebration, planned for November 2005.
Upcoming ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Sponsored Events:
August 4-9, 2005 ~ The American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Sheraton Hotel, Chicago, IL
Check www.abanet.org/dispute or call 202-662-1680 for more information.
TRAINING & WORKSHOPS:
Community Mediation Services of Central Ohio and the Columbus Bar Association present Basic Mediation Training June 7 & 8, September 14 & 15, or December 7 & 8, 2005; 40 Hour Domestic Mediation Training May 4, 5, 10, 11, & 12, or October 27, 28, November 2, 3, & 4, 2005. Presenter Shelley Whalen, LSW, Executive Director of CMS and a past president of OMA. Schedule 8:30 AM-6:00 PM, Training site 91 Jefferson Avenue, Columbus OH, the Thurber Center CLE and CEU’s Contact CMS (614) 228-7191 or www.communitymediation.com Fax: (614) 228-7213 Mailing address: 67 Jefferson Avenue, 2nd Floor, Columbus OH 43215.
Capital University Law School Center for Dispute Resolution
Center for Dispute Resolution, Capital Law School, 303 E Broad Street, Columbus OH 43215-3200, Phone (614) 236-6430/ Fax (614) 236-6956 CDR Directors include Roberta S Mitchell and Scot E Dewhirst, Co-Directors of the Center, and Terrence T Wheeler, Executive Director of the Center. Please visit our website at www.law.capital.edu/disputeresolution to gain more detailed information on our trainings or to register on-line.
Conflict Management Services
Presenters Cheryl M Lowry, Ph D, Robert N Wistner, JD, Leslie Martin, BA, and Kenneth T Davis, BA Contact Cheryl (614) 488-4540, Suite 126, 1500 W Third Avenue, Columbus, OH 43212 E-mail: cms@iwaynetnet Website: www.conflictmgmt.com
Cleveland Mediation Center United Office Building, Suite 906 2012 West 25th Street Cleveland, Ohio 44113 2005 Basic Mediation Training: May: 16 (9-5), 18 (9-5), 20 (9-1); July: (9-5), 13 (9-5), 15 (9-1) ; September: 12 (9-5), 14 (9-5), 16 (9-1); November: 7 (9-5), 9 (9-5), 11 (9-1). 2005 Divorce Mediation Training- 40 hour training; pre-requisite: basic mediation training. Fall: October 14 (evening),15, 16, 28 (evening), 29, 30 Presenters include Dan Joyce and Wendy Hawbaker For further information on all training contact: Bob Curtis, Training Co-coordinator Phone: (216) 621-1919, extension 500 Fax: (216) 621-3202 E-Mail email@example.com .
Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR) 5 -day, 40-Hour Performance-based Mediation Skills Training 2005 Schedule June 16, 17, 23, 24, 25, 2005 August 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 2005 October 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 2005 December 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 2005 Location: Chicago, IL Cost: $1,195.00 for registration received 28 days before the first day of training. The cost after this deadline is $1,250.00. The core of CCR’s training is the simulated mediations and individualized coaching each trainee receives. Experienced mediator-trainers are present for the entirety of each simulation and serve as coaches, providing concrete feedback in the moment and methods to reach the trainees highest potential. Training class size is limited to ensure a 3-to-1 trainee to trainer ratio. Training focuses on the mediation process, effective communication skills and various problem-solving techniques For more information, visit us online at www.ccrchicago.org or contact CCR’s Director of Training Services, Alyson Carrel, at (312) 922-6464 ext. 12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information provided by the ABA Dispute Resolution Section e-mail Service:
June 16-18, 2005 Pepperdine’s Professional Skills Program in Dispute Resolution The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law Malibu, California
July 29-30, 2005 The Masters Forum The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law Malibu, California http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/conferences/masters.jsp )
Web Sites of Interest:
Ohio Mediation Association: www.mediate.com/Ohio
Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management: www.disputeresolution.ohio.gov/
Ohio State Bar Association: www.ohiobar.org
Mediation Association of Northeast Ohio (MANO) www.manomediate.org
DIRECTIONS TO OMA MEMBERSHIP MEETING LOCATION—MCL CAFETERIA
Schrock & Westerville Roads, Westerville Phone: (614) 818-1700
All meetings begin at 11:00 AM with the program immediately following
From Western Ohio: Take I-70 East to I-270 North Two exits past I-71 is Westerville Road Take the part of the exit that will take you north on Westerville Road Either turn right at Schrock Road, left at the light at Otterbein Road, and left into the shopping center (first driveway on left) or cross Schrock Road to next light, turn right into shopping center and follow driveway to far end of the center
From Southwestern Ohio: Take I-71 North through town to I-270 East two exits to Westerville Road Take the part of the exit that will take you north on Westerville Road Either turn right at Schrock Road, left at the light at Otterbein Road, and left into the shopping center (first driveway on left) or cross Schrock Road to next light, turn right into shopping center and follow driveway to far end of the center
From Northern Ohio: Take I-71 South to I-270 East two exits to Westerville Road Take the part of the exit that will take you north on Westerville Road Either turn right at Schrock Road, left at the light at Otterbein Road, and left into the shopping center (first driveway on left) or cross Schrock Road to next light, turn right into shopping center and follow driveway to far end of the center
From Eastern Ohio: Take I-70 West to I-270 North to the Westerville Road exit Take the part of the exit that will take you north on Westerville Road Either turn right at Schrock Road, left at the light at Otterbein Road, and left into the shopping center (first driveway on left) or cross Schrock Road to next light, turn right into shopping center and follow driveway to far end of the center