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OHRD Playoffs Fundraiser

We need your help! Our fans have been so supportive over the years - attending games and cheering us on to be a competitively ranked, international team. Now, we need a little more. Please consider helping us raise funds to offset the cost of those travelling to compete. All funds will be used to reimburse league members on the cost of hotel and travel. AND if we raise additional funds it will help towards the 2018 season, so we can continue to be a successful roller derby team. You can help us by making a donation HERE

END OF THE YEAR AWARDS GALA

This past Saturday, December 12th, the Ohio Roller Girls held their annual end of the year gala where they celebrate the closing of another great season. With this being their 10th season a specialty award was given to Amy Spears for her decade of service to the league and helping continuing to grow not only OHRG but WFTDA as well. Thank you all volunteers, skaters, and fans for another successful season. Below are all the award winners from the night. Amy Spears Award: Chainsaw OHRG Spirit Award: Drew ʺOHRGreenmanʺ Stafford Memorable Mentor: Jesse ʺAva Tarrʺ Fox Exemplary SportsPersonship Award: Garden of Beatin' Most Versatile: Lora ʺOuta Myʺ Wayman The Great Motivator: NiCold N Deadly Dynamic Duo Award: Bigg Rigg & Burnadeath Breakout Player of the Season: KloverKill Blocker To Watch Next Season: Slammerhead Jammer To Watch Next Season: Karmabal Lectur Sweet Moves:  The Smacktivist Megaphone Award: Kitty Liquorbottom Joker In the Pack Award: Adams Brickhouse Award: Ena Flash Crowdpleaser Award: The Smacktivist Mastermind Award: Chainsaw Rookie of the Year: BerMurder Triangle Gang Green Pivot of the Year: Elektra Magneto Blocker of the Year: Quiet Storm Jammer of the Year: Blitz Lemon Most Valuable Player: KloverKill Jammer's Best Friend: NiCold N Deadly Outstanding Team Player: Garden of Beatin' Ohio Roller Girls All Stars Pivot of the Year: Burnadeath Blocker of the Year: Ena Flash Jammer of the Year: The Smacktivist Most Valuable Player: The

RECRUITING OPEN HOUSE: 9/26!

REAL. STRONG. ATHLETIC. REVOLUTIONARY. You're smart, strong, and ready for a new challenge. Interested in derby? OHRG is recruiting skaters, officials, and general volunteers. Whether you're a seasoned skater or you haven't laced up since junior high school, there is a place for you with the fastest growing sport in the world! Join us for an open house at Next Level Skate Shop, owned by OHRG's The Smacktivist. Hang out with our skaters and officials, learn about our league and this revolutionary sport, and find the right derby opportunity for you! We will have light snacks and refreshments, derby will be on the tv, and your favorite skaters will be in-house to answer all of your questions about this life changing sport. Where: Next Level Skate Shop, 4410 Indianola Ave, Columbus, OH 43214 When: Saturday, September 26th, Noon - 6 pm.

Sponsor Spotlight: Stasis Services

We here at OHRG appreciate our sponsors!  Today, we're chatting with Paul Graves, founder and technology adviser, at Stasis Services. Stasis Services is a Columbus-based business technology company. Read on to find out more from Paul! Tell us about your business. Stasis Services occupies a unique niche in the IT world.  We specialize in helping small- to mid-size companies reach their business goals through the smart use of technology.  Although we have a great deal of experience with professional firms, our expertise is applicable to many companies and markets How did you get started? The business started as a part-time second job back in 1992.  After being laid off back in 1994, I began working full-time in the business. What is the best part of the work that you do? The best part of my work is watching people become owners and users of technology as a productive tool instead of buying things or services that they under-utilize or don’t understand.   When assisting our clients we strive to keep them engaged and part of the solution process. What is the most important thing you would want people to know about Stasis Services? We aim to have not just a relationship with the client as a service provider, but

OHRG Beer Release Party!

Barley's Ale House has created a limited edition Ohio Roller Girls beer! We will have a tapping party in the Barley's Underground on Friday, April 18 from 8pm-midnight.  Your favorite skaters will be guest bartending all night, with tips going to the OHRG travel fund. We will also be having an adult spelling bee starting at 9pm. Don't miss the food, music, and of course, Barley's Brews. Come join us for the release of Green and Black Flag! Barley's is located at 467 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43215. Find up-to-the minute details on Facebook.

OHRG POLAR PLUNGES FOR THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS

This past weekend, OHRG took a dive into some pretty chilly waters for a good cause. Skaters Ally McSqueal, Blankity Blank It, Chestburster, Sarah Bruce (formerly skating as "Pearl Rogi"), The Smacktivist, Zee "Loraine Acid" Gulertekin, and referee Stacy Keyerleber all took the Polar Plunge at the Columbus Zoo to benefit the Special Olympics of Ohio. We're proud to say that our band of zoogooders raised $900 to support these hard-working athletes. You can join us by donating here. Photos by Chainsaw.

We Made It Big, Literally.

The Ohio Roller Girls are thrilled to announce that we have a digital billboard! It is located at approximately 3875 West Broad Street, near the casino. If you're passing through, be sure to honk at Burnadeath and Ava Tarr, our brutal ambassadors of full contact. To anyone who has ever supported OHRG in one way or another, this one's for you!