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  • Jamie Seabolt
    Jamie Seabolt is a professional makeup artist who strives to give his clients confidence in their natural abilities and beauty with every lesson taught and every makeup application performed. ?It's the satisfaction of knowing that you did it,? Jamie writes on his website. Having held titles such as National Artist for Origins, Training Leader at AVON, and ProArtist with Smashbox and Urban Decay, he gives his clients that satisfaction, with his services ranging from professional makeup application for photo shoots and bridal parties, to three separate classes on makeup application and skincare. During his classes?held in a private and professional makeup studio? he dives into the fundamentals of enhancing features along with fellow makeup mavens, giving his students personal satisfaction and the skills to freshen up for cocktail parties, brunches, or strolls through the produce aisle. He employs Smashbox, theBalm, Origins, Mark, MAC, and Bobbi Brown products to help customers look their best during hands-on 30-step makeup workshops.
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    7227 N High St.
    Worthington, OH US
  • The Party Studio
    For a mouthwatering meal you're sure to love, The Pub Out Back in Worthington is the place to be. You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the restaurant can get noisy. Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd. Parking is easily accessible. Make use of the safe and efficient bike parking at The Pub Out Back.
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    679-B High St.
    Worthington, OH US
  • Worthington Community Center
    Worthington Community Center's 72,000-square-foot facility caters to just about every interest a community could have. Two gymnasiums provide enough space for programs and group fitness classes, while two pools, an indoor track, and fitness floor offer plenty of other calorie-burning opportunities. But such spaces hardly account for half of the community center's amenities. An art room and pottery studio foster creativity among budding artists, and public meeting rooms prove fertile ground for social gatherings. Such rooms—along with much of the rest of the facility—can be rented out to host special events.
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    345 E Wilson Bridge Rd.
    Worthington, OH US
  • Top Notch Trainers
    Top Notch Trainers’ certified personal trainers current Collegiate Strength & Conditioning coaches, and former collegiate athletes motivate their members to flip tractor tires, swing kettlebells, and move free-weights. Collectively, they leverage their intense passion for fitness, evidenced by national certification and collegiate sports experience, to inspire such feats during one-on-one personal training. The team also motivates groups during FitCamps, which they limit to eight participants, unlike community theater, for which eight participants is the minimum. This allows trainers to provide one-on-one training to each participant. On their wall-to-wall 3/4-inch rubber flooring, the staff leads cardio and resistance training to achieve benefits such as weight loss and muscle gain. They also train clients in-home, as well, as a measure of convenience.
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    670 Lakeview Plaza Blvd.
    Worthington, OH US
  • Title Boxing Club Columbus
    After hanging up his gloves and hopping out of the ring, retired professional boxer Danny Campbell and his business partners opened the first Title Boxing Club in Kansas in 2008. The club?s boxing and kickboxing classes were such a hit that they opened two more locations, and in 2010, the first franchise location opened in Prairie Village, Kansas. Today, more than 100 nationwide locations house the same fitness classes and personal-training programs that earned the admiration of reporters from The Columbus Dispatch in 2012. During each session, students tape up their hands and don gloves before aiming jabs, crosses, hooks, or kicks at evenly spaced bags as instructors lead them through a cardio workout designed to burn calories and build muscle. Training sessions also include conditioning with medicine balls, which are more effective at boosting health when lifted than when swallowed.
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    8481 Sancus Blvd.
    Columbus, OH US
  • G Worthy's
    G Worthy's Bar and Grill speaks of an easy-going environment where friends can come together, rub elbows on a black granite bar, and nosh on nibbles of hearty pub grub. Seasonal athletes grace the electronic canvas of each high-resolution TV as patrons pick out salty starters, such as pretzel bites and nachos. Normally, flocks of buffalo wings wear a wardrobe of different sauces—including bourbon, korean garlic and chili, thai chili, or sweet 'n' spicy plum—but sometimes they just fly around in the nude. A spirited game of billiards might give guests an appetite for classic cheeseburgers, and a spin on the dance floor to the tunes of a band or DJ can help them burn off calories from dessert. G Worthy's serves food and drink six days a week, but remains closed on Sunday to observe the Sabbath of beer nuts. :m]]
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    2151 W Dublin Granville Rd
    Worthington, OH US

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