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Positively Coshocton County INSIDE COAL MINERS MONUMENT PLANNED FOR COURT SQUARE - PAGE 6 PROGRESSIVE VALLEY GRANGE - PAGE 17 CLASSIFIED - PAGE 23 -

This edition of The Beacon published in memory of Heather Kendall.

WELL COME Buckeye Brine, LLC’s facility near the corner of Airport Road and U.S. 36, will serve the need for the disposal of Utica Shale oilfield

fluids. Developers believe about five people will be needed to operate the facility and that it will help draw other businesses to Coshocton, such as tank truck companies. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

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Agents Realty....................21 Business & Service Directory...................19 Coshocton Cars.................22 Coshocton Chiropractic Health Center.............7 Coshocton County Senior Center............11 Coshocton Lumber.............14 Coshocton Pallet & Door...14 Dale Gress Auctioneer.......22 Dale Gress Real Estate......21 Designs by Michele............11 Ember Complete Care..........1 Keim Lumber......................14 Kid’s Corner Consignment.............13 Lenny’s Barber Shop..........12 Marczewski Law Office.......................... 7 Milligan Memorials..............7 Mission Auto Connection................24 Mohawk Country Store...........................6 Mosier Computers.............14 Olde Town Realty Debbie Myers............22 Olde Town Realty Marc Lacy.................21 OSU Extension.....................3

Pampered Pooch.................2 Route 5 Auto Sales............22 Seton Coshocton...............13 Shelby Theaters.................11 Sprint Print Marketing Media........5 Tax Refund Express............1 Village Motors....................22 Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel..........14 Wells Fargo Advisors LLC..............5 Windsorwood Place...........13

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The Coshocton Hospital Board of Trustees elected Amy Hasseman, co-owner of Hasseman Marketing & Communications, to serve an unexpired term on the hospital's nine-member board. As a part of the volunteer board, Hasseman will contribute her insight as a community member and her experience as a business professional to help oversee the management of Coshocton Hospital. Hasseman's appointment to the board replaces that of Karen Simpson, who served as a board member for more than three years. Hasseman has worked in the promotional products industry since 1995 and opened Hasseman Marketing & Communications with her husband, Kirby, in 2004. She was the owner/operator of Candy Bouquet from 2001 until its sale in 2005. In January of 2007, she accepted the position of executive director of the Coshocton County United Way. During her three-year term with United Way, she directed successful campaigns

We at Pampered Pooch, wish to thank our loyal patrons for a prosperous and successful year.

Pampered Pooch of Coshocton, LLC “WHERE IT’S ALL ABOUT THE DOG.”

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Marjorie, Vickie, Steve, Billie Jo, Craig, Michael

but takes the most pride in the creation of the Imagination Library Program, which provides a new book every month to each Coshocton County child from birth until his or her fifth birthday. Hasseman is currently the president of the Coshocton Chamber of Commerce, the presidentelect of the Coshocton Rotary Club and serves on the OSU Extension Advisory Committee. Hasseman resides in Coshocton with her husband, Kirby, and daughters Skylar, 13, and Jade, 10. The Coshocton Hospital Board of Trustees is a nine-member board comprised of community leaders and business professionals who advise and manage the operations of the hospital through CEO Robert D. Miller, FHFMA, and the senior management executive team. For information, visit the Coshocton Hospital website at www.ccmh.com.

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Elmer Rhea Wright

Happy 80th Birthday

AMY HASSEMAN

Mentoring Center moving to Main Street The Mentoring Center is moving to 410 Main St., and is looking forward to providing expanded services in 2012. The new office is located on the second floor above Golden’s clothing store. In the transition, the center will have limited access via e-mail and telephone.

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DVDs available of Warsaw Lions Club Minstrel Show STORY CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON DVDs of the Warsaw Lions Club’s 2011 Minstrel Show “Water Time” are now available. The DVDs are $20. Contact Nick Fischer at 824-3515 or send a check payable to him by mail to the Warsaw Lions Club at P.O. Box 72, Warsaw, OH 43844.


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As we move forward appreciated windfall. into 2012, Coshocton How our community County is hopefully responds to this highly poised on the brink of anticipated boon could reaping a tremendous very well chart the windfall with the course for Coshocton Utica Shale. I imagine County into the next virtually everyone in several decades. the community is aware Time Magazine of this vast deposit chose the folks that of gas that lies over a camped out near Wall mile under the surface Street as their “People MARK FORTUNE of the Year”. I think that of the earth. This week’s front page photo depicts the brine those serving our country in uniform wastewater drilling rig located near would have been a more appropriate Wal Mart on US 36. Landowners and choice. But that’s just me. And particularly those with mineral rights probably millions of other Americans. to land stand to gain revenues both Since when is the mainstream media from leases and royalties provided, of cognizant of the general opinion in course, that the shale drilling meets the middle of America. Typically, with success. These revenues, and the they are not. jobs that will accompany the drilling The biggest disappointment of rigs, will have a positive impact on 2011? It would have to be Congress. Coshocton County. It would seem The biggest opportunity for change in that perhaps, after many years of 2012? Congress. Perhaps we should economic challenges, something consider shifting power and rights that has been lying dormant under back to the states, which is where our the earth for millennia could be the founding fathers intended it to be. catalyst for an economic boom. Yes, they did. Grab some books at the How will we respond to this library, do some solid research (I said positive boost for our community? solid, not some of this junk on the Will it cause us to turn selfish internet) and read for yourself what and inward or will we retain the their intentions were. A burgeoning community spirit of giving, raising it federal government was not it. And to a higher level that can then allow just in case you did not already read Coshocton County to once again claim this, Washington D.C. has the largest a position of prominence in the state annual population growth, currently of Ohio and the Appalachian region. at 2.7%. Go figure. Maybe some of Only time will tell. Naturally, there those swanky lobbyists could use a will be some that will simply say, “I few shifts working on a Utica shale earned this”. No, not really. This is a drilling project. That might knock combination of geographically being the smarminess right out of ‘em. in the right place at the right time, Signs could proclaim, “Welcome to good fortune and technology. This is our town. Where people work hard, not to belittle those that have worked believe in their community and each hard for generations toiling in the soil other. We’re glad you’re here.” And to scrape out a living – in our opinion we are. they are well deserving of a much

Have a Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year! The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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Shanda Huston joins Hasseman Marketing sales team

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BY JOSIE MCCORMICK A coal mining accident took the life of Sam Bennett’s father and he wants to build a monument to remember him and the many others who worked in coal mines in Coshocton County over the years. The black marble monument will pay respect to all coal miners on the front and list those who died in mining accidents on the back. “We have 33 names now that date back to 1897,” Bennett said. “The Genealogy Society has really helped me out. They got on ancestry.com and went to the library to dig up files on microfilm and make copies of articles from the Tribune. They’ve really been saving me because I thought there would only be 10-15 names.” Bennett believes coal mining began in Coshocton County around 1832. “The state department of mineral resources said there were at least 197 mines in the area,” he said. “Peabody was the most recent. It’s still in business, but not here.” Bennett worked at Peabody and so did his late father. “My family came here in the early 1960s from the eastern part of Kentucky,” he said. “A lot of people came up here for a better way of life.” Bennett’s father died in 1971 in what he said was Peabody’s only fatality at its underground mine. “It was kind of a freak accident,” he said. “It shouldn’t have happened, but it did. This monument isn’t just for him though. It’s for everybody.” The plans are for the coal miners’ monument to be erected on the Chestnut Street side of the

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courthouse. “I couldn’t think of a better place than right in the middle of town,” Bennett said. “The county commissioners graciously gave me the space and have been very supportive.” A total of $60,000 will be needed for the project, which includes the marble monument, a bronze statue of a coal miner, landscaping around both and brick paths to the area. Milligan Memorials is doing the monument, Mike Kobel is handling the landscaping and Alan Cottrill of Zanesville is making the statue. The total project will cost $57,300 and the remaining funds will be used to maintain the area.

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Bennett has $2,705 in an account for the monument and is selling bricks as a fundraiser. Forms for the bricks can be picked up at Ohio Heritage Bank and anyone wishing to make a donation can also do that at the bank. His hopes are to dedicate the monument the Saturday before Memorial Day. “Coshocton County really profited from the coal mining industry, but people did lose their lives,” Bennett said. “I want to remember and pay respect to the past.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Hello from Antarctica. On Monday, Dec. 19, the fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students at Sacred Heart School video chatted with fireman Aaron Clark, currently of North Carolina, who is a former colleague of Language Arts teacher Ann Cugliari. Mr. Clark was a fireman in Antarctica for five months at McMurdo Station and spoke with the students about his experiences working there. Mr. Clark fielded questions from the students regarding life in Antarctica at a research station. He also sent pictures from his time there including the Southern Lights, Scott’s cross, Vince cross, McMurdo Station, and the Antarctic landscape.

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1952

January 7th, 1952 In 1948, Tom Clark of Coshocton won the Prince of Peace state title. Two Coshocton High School students were again vying for the coveted state title and had thus far made it to the semi-finals. Joanne Wharton and Richard DeLong, two Coshocton High School seniors, were two of the remaining 23 state contestants. They had received top honors in the district Prince of Peace contests and would compete in the semi-finals at the end of the month. Wharton’s speech was entitled, “The Road to Right” and DeLong’s speech was “If You Should Go to Youngwood”. Both students would use the same topics in the semi-finals.

1962

January 7th, 1962 Bringing cheer to patients was the goal of members of the high school Red Cross group as they planted flowers at the U.S. Army hospital in Bremerhaven, Germany. Terry Craig, member of the group originally from Coshocton, was a student at Bremerhaven High School and was living with his parents at the U.S. Military installation in Germany. The students made the flower boxes at the school TEAM WORK Nick Beckett, Karen Beckett, Cindy Burgess, Chris Unger and Melinda Amheiser fill to go and bought the flowers out of the high school boxes for Christmas Eve meals provided by New Beginnings Ministries in Warsaw. Community members were Red Cross fund. Terry’s grandparents were also welcomed to enjoy their meal at the church. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE MCCORMICK residents of Coshocton.

1972

January 7th, 1972 County Commissioners and Russell Miller, chairmen of the Coshocton Hospital building committee, broke ground on the new ICU unit being constructed by Engstrom and Wynn, Inc. from Wheeling, WV and financed by the five year one mill levy passed by voters in November of 1970. Miller commented during the ceremony that he was saddened by the fact that the late president of the hospital board, Warner Perkins, could not be present as he had worked so hard to make the ICU a reality. The plans in the construction also called for a remodeling of the third floor of the existing hospital.

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January 4th, 1982 The Warsaw Emergency Squad helped deliver a ‘special delivery’ for the New Year. At 5:12 a.m., they were called to the home of Cary L. Holmes whose daughter was having a baby, the first born in the county in 1982. The young woman was well into delivery when the squad arrived and at 5:20 a.m., she gave birth to a healthy 6 lbs 15 oz baby boy. The baby was the first ever delivered by the squad in its 10-year history. After the child was delivered, both mother and baby were taken to the hospital where both were pronounced in good health. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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Chris Unger was one of several volunteers who helped prepare more than 200 Christmas Eve meals delivered by New Beginnings Ministries in Warsaw. Connie Dunfee, the pastor’s wife, said the church has been serving the holiday meal for several years now. “It’s been successful and we feel people are very appreciative of it,” she said. “It’s definitely a group effort.” BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE MCCORMICK


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The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce held two contests this holiday season. During the Dec. 3, Christmas in the Village Craft Show the public was invited to bring a wrapped toy to be donated to the local fire department Toys for Tots campaign. The packages were then voted on by the public at the craft show with a monetary donation. Terry Arnold was the winner of a $50 Wal-Mart gift card for her package. An old contest also was brought back this season in the form of a house Christmas lighting contest. Judging for this contest was held Dec. 17, and the Morgan Eckelberry family won a $100 Wal-Mart gift card for all their efforts. Seven houses were in the contest this year. Both contests will be continued next year during the holiday season.

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Eight Elk members along with Coshocton High School student Katie Snider made up 100 gift bags for local veterans Dec. 18. An additional 22 veterans received hand quilted lap robes. The 100 veterans have received lap robes over the past 5 years. The gift bags included a box of green tea, a bag of craisins, a bag of hulless popcorn and lots of candy along with a wall calendar and a Christmas card thanking them for their service to our country. Fifteen Elk members delivered the gifts to the veterans at Coshocton Health and Rehab, Windsorwood, Autumn Health Care and Lafayette Pointe as well as to those in their homes. The Elks have been giving out Christmas gifts since 2005, starting with 13 veterans and adding 20 or more each year. Elk members and non-members alike are included in the giftgiving. The lodge members are following the organization’s motto: “As long as there are SERVING LINE John Hill and his wife Sharon Hill and Betty Casey get plates filled with food to deliver to veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of people attending the Christmas Eve meal at New Life Ministries. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE MCCORMICK Elks will never forget them”.

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2012 Coshocton County Calendar of Events January - April Jan. 22 - April 8: “A Playground of Color” Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, 300 N. Whitewoman Street, Historic Roscoe Village, Coshocton Contact: Patti Malenke Phone: (740) 622-8710 This exhibit features artwork by elementary school students in Coshocton County. This museum is Accredited by the American Association of Museums and is also home to the famous Newark Holy Stones.

Feb. 12: Winter Pops Concert with the All-Ohio Youth Choir “Walk Together” McKinley Auditorium, Coshocton High School, 1205 Cambridge Road Tickets: $10 adults and $5 children For tickets or information: Lee Bown at (740) 622-3960 Time: 3 p.m. Audience members and singers alike enjoy this reunion concert each year with the 200-voice All-Ohio Youth Choir which performs each summer at The Ohio State Fair. The concert is sponsored by Jan. 28: Three Rivers Fire Department the Coshocton Community Choir as they - Bluegrass Music welcome the teens from all over Ohio Featured Band - “Northern Traditions to Coshocton. The choir performs their Bluegrass” favorite pop selections from the previous Agents Realty and Auction Services, August Ohio State Fair schedule. The choir intersection of State Rt. 36 and County Rd. is conducted by Charles R. Snyder, who is 621 near Wal Mart) highly respected throughout the state. Contact: Duane or Clenda Hardesty Phone: (740) 498-8456 Feb. 25: Three Rivers Fire Department Featured band performs on the fourth - Bluegrass Music Saturday of each month from 7 – 9 p.m. Featured Band - “Chestnut Ridge Gospel Acoustic jam will follow from 9 – 11 Bluegrass Band” p.m. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will Agents Realty and Auction Services, be available starting at 5 p.m. Cost: $5 intersection of State Rt. 36 and County Rd. (children 12 and under no charge) 621 near Wal Mart Contact: Duane or Clenda Hardesty Feb. 11: Sweetheart Big Band Dance Phone: (740) 498-8456 Lake Park Pavilion Featured band performs on the fourth 23253 State Route 83, Coshocton Saturday of each month from 7 – 9 p.m. Web site: www.CoshoctonLakePark.com Acoustic jam will follow from 9 – 11 Phone: (740) 622-7528 p.m. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will Time: 8 - 11 p.m. be available starting at 5 p.m. Cost: $5 Cost: Adults $25 (children 12 and under no charge) Join us for a romantic evening at the historic Lake Park Dance Pavilion, a March 2-3, 9-10, 16-17: Coshocton beautifully restored 1930s big band dance Footlight Players present: hall. Music will be provided by the Lake “Smoke & Mirrors” Park Big Band. Dance to the sounds of Triple Locks Theater, N. Whitewoman St Sammy Kaye, Glenn Miller and others from and Hydraulic Ave, Historic Roscoe Village, that era. Tickets will go on sale in January. Coshocton All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Web site: www.FootlightPlayers.com Parks organization. Phone: (740) 622-2959 Curtain: 8 p.m. Feb. 11: Chocolate Extravaganza Admission: $10 Coshocton County Career Center “Smoke and Mirrors” combines comedy, 23640 Coshocton Co. Rd. 202, Coshocton drama, suspense and romance into a Tickets: $10 at the door, $8 pre-sale mystery full of twists and turns and Web site: www.pomerenearts.org surprises: a famous movie director and a Phone: (740) 622-0326 screenwriter plot to kill the also famous This is the 17th year for this popular event but air-headed actor. Also in on the plot... which draws visitors from throughout or is she?...is the director’s wife who has the region. There will be artwork and surprises of her own. Rounding out the music entertainment. It’s a sweet way cast of characters...and we DO mean to support the arts, since the proceeds characters...is the local sheriff who may benefit the Pomerene Center for the Arts remind some of Andy Griffith. “Smoke in Coshocton. and Mirrors” is the type of entertainment that will leave you on the edge of your

seat, until you fall off laughing. Even the best detectives will not see all the twists in the play but will easily enjoy this perfect balance of humor and intrigue. March 7-8: Tiverton Community Institute Tiverton Grange Hall, SR 206 and 20, Tiverton Contact: Donna R. Young Phone: (740) 824-3152 E-mail: drycj55@gmail.com Admission: Donations are taken The original purpose of a Community Institute was to trade new ideas for farming and homemaking. The Extension Service agents shared information. Now speakers share history, local and state legislation, and other information. Tiverton Grange 1515 plans the institute as a community service project. The Tiverton Institute is one of the last of its kind in the state. March 17: Coshocton Chamber of Commerce Online Auction Auction begins March 5 and ends at 2 p.m. March 17. Web site: www.coshoctonchamber.com Phone: (740) 622-5411 March 24: Three Rivers Fire Department - Bluegrass Music Featured Band - “Joe Williams and Deep Water Bluegrass Band” Agents Realty and Auction Services, intersection of State Rt. 36 and County Rd. 621 near Wal Mart) Contact: Duane or Clenda Hardesty Phone: (740) 498-8456 Featured band performs on the fourth Saturday of each month from 7 - 9 p.m. Acoustic jam will follow from 9 – 11 p.m. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available starting at 5 p.m. Cost: $5 (children 12 and under no charge) April 1 – 30: Bulbs in Bloom Clary Gardens, 582 W. Chestnut St., Coshocton Contact: Kerry Rapp Phone: (740) 622-6524 Email: info@clarygardens.org Free Admission Web site: www.clarygardens.org Visit Clary Gardens throughout the month of April to see hundreds of bulbs in bloom! See different varieties of tulips, daffodils, grape hyacinths and more. While at the Garden, be sure to walk the grounds and find the ponds, springhouse, and


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1: RAY BORDER – The Coshocton Community mourned over the loss of CPO Raymond Border who was killed suddenly in Afghanistan. The people of Coshocton County pulled together to show their support for a fallen hero, displaying American flags and balloons of red, white and blue while veterans saluted as the procession slowly made its way through Coshocton en route to Miller Funeral Home. 2: OHIO CHAUTAUQUA - Ohio Chautauqua 2011 appeared in Coshocton on July 19-23. The theme of this Ohio Humanities Council event last year was The Civil War and featured historic figures from that time period. The Chautauqua included various workshops and live performances from President Abe Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Mary Edwards Walker, Mary Chestnut, and Major Martin Delany. 3: CIVIL WAR - A cannon unleashed its own form of thunder during a night battle during the Civil War reenactment Aug. 13, 2011 at the Coshocton airport. Re-enactors from Coshocton, several counties in Ohio and states came to Coshocton to provide education in the form of a Civil War era camp, demonstrations and mock battles. 4: BROTHERHOOD - Three local notorieties were hereby summoned and placed in the “stocks” on the Courtsquare during the First Friday celebration on June 3, 2011. The three: Bruce Wallace, Gary Fischer (pictured) and Paul Golden, were alleged violators of the Code of the Brotherhood of the Brush, for failure to sprout and cultivate facial hair in celebration of The Coshocton County Bicentennial. 5: THE EVENT - “The Event”, a non-denominational gathering at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds on Saturday evening, June 25, 2011, drew several hundred people that showed their enthusiasm for Jesus Christ. “The Event” was supported by 25 area churches and represented many denominations with one common belief, to proclaim their love for Jesus. Evangelist Ric Bonice (center) was the keynote speaker. 6: GROUNDBREAKING - With the roar of diesel powered earthmoving equipment in the background, Coshocton City School officials and school board members, students, Coshocton City Council, elected state officials, contractors and supporters helped turn shovels of dirt to signify the building of a new elementary school in Coshocton at the official groundbreaking ceremony held at the site on Tuesday, Aug. 30. Pictured here are some of the Coshocton City School elementary students that will occupy the new school upon its completion. 7: SEPT. 11 - Coshocton City School students filed solemnly past a piece of steel beam that was part of the World Trade Center following the Sept. 11, 2011 Memorial Service at the Courtsquare. The Coshocton County Courtsquare was filled to capacity on Monday, Sept. 12, 2011 as first responders, students, teachers, members of the armed forces, veterans and citizens attended a tenth anniversary Sept. 11 Memorial Service. The beam was a floor joist in one of the twin towers and will eventually be placed on display at the Coshocton City Fire Department. 8: JUDGE EVANS - Spending more time with his family was one of the priorities for Judge Richard Evans, who retired as Coshocton County Common Pleas Court judge on Dec. 31, 2011 following a 33 year career. Pictured l - r is the Evans family: Haley Evans, Rob Evans, Judge Richard Evans, Wenda Jill Evans, McKayla Evans and Meredith Evans. 9: MILLER FUNERAL OPENS - Miller Funeral Home celebrated their opening with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011. The new business, located on Main Street in Coshocton, was the host for a Chamber of Commerce business after hours complete with tours and refreshments. Pictured l-r: Andrew Miller, Mike and Leslie Bebout, Valerie Miller, Matt Miller, City of Coshocton Mayor Steve Mercer, Sally and Tom Miller, Madison and Grace Miller 10: PRAIRIE CHAPEL - Pictured are members of the Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church as they prepare to launch red balloons with letters to God attached. The event was on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011 and the church used the event to kick off their 150 year anniversary. The idea was inspired by the movie, “Letters to God”, which was based on a real life situation. 11: COSHOCTONIAN - The Reverend Robert W. (Bob) Millspaugh was honored to give the invocation but also selected as the 2011 recipient of The Coshoctonian Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner on Friday evening, April 15, 2011 at the Lake Park Pavilion. Here, Millspaugh is pictured with his wife, Grace at the podium following the announcement. 12: BLACK BEAR FEST - Leah Allen, 5, who attended pre-school at Union Elementary, helped to hold Sozo, an albino Burmese python, during the Black Bear fest at River View on Saturday, May 7, 2011. The snake is part of a collection brought to the school for the event by Extreme Creations of Cambridge.

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Baking up holiday happiness. Members of the American Legion were making Christmas cookies for area veterans on Tuesday, Dec. 20. Not only would these veterans receive delicious homemade cookies, but a whole box full of holiday goodies including ham, green beans, corn, fruit, noodles, nuts, chocolate-covered cherries, scalloped potatoes, Vienna Sausages, and much more. Each box had enough food to feed three to four people and were to be passed out to local veterans on Wednesday, Dec. 21 and Thursday, Dec. 22. Pictured here are Pam Crozier and Donna Shaw preparing dough for peanut butter blossom cookies. Other members of the Legion were planning to make a variety of cookies including chocolate blossoms, sugar cookies, oatmeal cookies, and chocolate chip cookies. The American Legion supplied most of the baking ingredients.

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The American Coin Buyers Guild is coming to Coshocton seeking your treasures. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10 through Friday, Jan. 13 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites. Specialists are hoping to see items such as: Coins and paper currency issued prior to 1970, gold items including class rings, mismatched earrings, broken jewelry, gold coins and bullion. These items are currently in demand for the company. The American Coin Buyers Guild is a place where anyone in the community can connect with collectors from around the globe. Specialists make offers based on what collectors are willing to pay and the current market value. If the price is right for you, ACBG will pay you on the spot with no hidden fees.

COTC recognizes Associate 4-H shooting classes offered CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON handling the advanced air rifle Degree graduates at ceremonies STORYCertified which is provided. Cost of the rifle 4-H shooting STORY CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) recently had nursing recognition ceremonies to honor Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Technology graduates from the Coshocton campus. The following graduates were honored at the ceremony Dec. 11, at the Triple Locks Theatre in Coshocton: Frazeysburg: Loretta Noblick; West Lafayette: Sandra Weltman. The graduates were recognized for their achievements and received COTC nursing pins. The pinning ceremony is a long-held tradition

marking the passage of student to the ranks of professional nursing. The ceremony originated in the 1860s at London’s Nightingale School of Nursing. Florence Nightingale, who had recently been awarded the Red Cross of St. George for her selfless service to the injured and dying in the Crimean War, chose to extend this honor to outstanding nursing graduates by presenting each of them with a medal for excellence.

instructors will offer rifle and pistol classes at Hathaway Construction, 177 N. 18th St. Six classes in beginning air rifle will be held from 5:45 to 7 p.m. on Mondays, starting Jan. 9 and finishing Feb. 13. Youth must be at least 9-years-old and in third grade as of Jan. 1. Cost of the rifle classes is $15 per youth and includes a 4-H rifle project book. Air Rifle Position Shooting classes will be held on Tuesdays beginning Jan. 10 and continue until Feb. 28. Classes will be held from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. each Tuesday. Youth must have previously taken 4-H Beginning Air Rifle classes. Youth must be at least 10-years-old and physically capable of safely

classes is $15 per youth and includes a 4-H rifle project book. Air Pistol shooting classes will be held from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. for six Mondays beginning Jan. 9. Youth must have previously taken 4-H Beginning Air Rifle classes or previous training. Youth should be at least 10 and in third grade through 18 years of age by Jan. 1. Cost is $15 per person and includes a 4-H pistol project book. Air pistols, pellets and targets are provided. Youth are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses or may borrow safety glasses from 4-H for use during classes. Class size is limited. Call the OSU Extension Office at 622-2265 to register.


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Community AWARD Pictured on the left is Ohio State Grange Master Gary Brumbaugh who is presenting the check and certificate to Dean Wyler, lecturer of the Progressive Valley Grange for placing fourth in the nation with their community service notebook. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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STORY CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON During the Ohio State Grange Convention held Oct. 21-24, in Columbus, Progressive Valley Grange 2433 near Fresno, received a first place rating on its community service notebook. There were 72 granges in the state of Ohio who entered this competition. The grange received a plaque, certificate and $100. The notebook at that time had already been sent to Tulsa, Okla., to the site of the National Grange Convention. The National Grange held its convention the second week of November. The notebook from Progressive Valley Grange placed fourth in the nation with 38 states competing for this award. Ohio State Grange Master Gary Brumbaugh and First Lady Linda Brumbaugh visited the Christmas meeting of Progressive Valley and presented a certificate and $100 for this award. The notebook contains many continuous community service projects and how the grange has improved its hall and worked with the community on projects that involved grange and non-grange members. The notebook also includes pictures and news articles as well as 11 new projects that were carried out this past year. Some of the new projects were done in conjunction with the Pomerene Arts Center of Coshocton and this was the beginning of the Progressive Valley Quilt Trail. Another new project this past year was to hold two round and square dances. These were held at the grange for the young people in the grange and the community. Pillowcases were also made for the Con Kerr Pillowcases State Project. The mission statement is, “A case for smiles - helping children feel special while battling life changing illnesses.” Another new project was the dictionary project. “How to use a dictionary and thesaurus,” was presented to all first and second grade classes at Ridgewood Elementary School and Bakersville Mennonite School in the township. These books also included student workbooks on various dictionary and thesaurus activities. Still another new project was sending towels and washcloths for soldiers as they returned from Iraq to Germany. A grange member and husband distributed the items in Germany from the grange.

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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass music performs on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building. Admission is $5 per person and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and beverages will be served starting at 5 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life team Alana. The featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. and the acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. Jan. 28 will feature Frosty Morning Bluegrass Band.

Connect Your Community Classes at Newcomerstown Library. 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, Jan. 30- 31 and Feb. 1- 3. To sign up, call 740-4988228. Connect Your Community Classes at Coshocton Christian School. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Jan. 9, 10, 12, and 16, 17, 19. To sign up, call 740-575-4487. Connect Your Community Classes at Fresno Presbyterian Church. 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Tuesday

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HEAP Applications Available. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an in-home visit can be scheduled. Please call the Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment.

Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing its winter hours for Jacob’s Closet. Hours of operation for the next few months will be as follows: Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m., Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The month of March will begin weekly distributions. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. The phone number is 824-3228.

Flu Shot. It is not too late to receive a flu shot. The peak month in Ohio is usually February. Call the County Health Department at 295-7307 to schedule a time. They bill most insurance and Medicare Part B. For adults 18 and over, the influenza vaccine fee is $25. It is covered by Medicare Part B (Traditional Medicare): Aetna, Anthem BCBS, CareSource, Cigna, Humana, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Medicare B and Rail Road, Molina Healthcare, Ohio Health Choice, SummaCare, The Health Plan, UMWA, and United Healthcare, not community plan. The Health Department is located at 724 S. 7th Street in Coshocton

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Bus to pick up kids for church events. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is using its new 33-passenger bus to pick up kids in Baltic every Wednesday night. The bus stops in the Baltic park at 6 p.m. and returns at 8:20 p.m. Children are brought to the church for exciting AWANA games and fun learning about God. Have a blast every Wednesday night from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, OH 43824. Their Web site is www. chilibiblechurch.org. Call to sign up your child at 545-9707.

Clubs and Organizations Rising Tide Registration. Rising Tide Aquatic Club will be having registration for Session II at the Coshocton High School natatorium on Wednesday, Jan. 4 from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Rising Tide Aquatic Club, a United Way agency, is a competitive swim club open to individuals in Coshocton County ages 5-18. In order to be part of the club, individuals must be able to swim the length of the pool without stopping. The cost is $80 for Intermediate/Advanced and $55 for Beginners. Practices are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday between 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. New swimmers should come to registration prepared to swim for the coach. For more information, contact 202-0247. PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Jan. 11 at the Coshocton Senior Center located at 201 Brown’s Lane. A meal at Noon will be followed by a short business meeting and program. Call the Senior Center at 6224852 to make a lunch reservation. Al-Anon Family Group. Coshocton Al-Anon Family Group meets every Tuesday from 7 - 8 p.m. at Central Christian Church corner of Main/8th Streets.

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“We want the community more involved this year,” Prince said. “Last year we were too lastCoshocton High School will hold the second minute and didn’t receive the support we wanted, annual Dunk for the Cure basketball game not only for the game, but also for our theme.” Friday, Jan. 13, when the boy’s basketball team hosts New Philadelphia inside the Wigwam for Helping Prince organize this year’s Dunk for the an East Central Ohio League contest. The reserve Cure are senior student Abigail Frank, student game will begin at 6 p.m. with the varsity game council advisors Tabitha Cramblett and Darcy to follow. Gordon and assistant basketball coach Mr. Ady. STORY CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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“The idea of having a game was originally brought up because a teacher, mentor and driving instructor at CHS had been diagnosed with cancer,” said event organizer Peggy Prince, a member of the junior class. “He has now overcome his battle but we are still continuing the game on an annual basis.”


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As we look forward to a New Year, we are thankful for the patronage and support of all our friends throughout 2011. God bless you! 03 FORD FOCUS

05 DODGE STRATUS

03 FORD TAURUS

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SE, Wagon

CE

$5,895

SXT

$5,695

SES

$6,995

$6,495

06 KIA SPECTRA

06 CHEVY MALIBU

02 HONDA ACCORD

06 KIA RIO

EX

LT

2D, Sunroof

LX

$6,995

$7,495

$7,990

WINTER INSPECTION COUPON

$7,995 04 JEEP LIBERTY

WINTERIZATION INSPECTION ON YOUR VEHICLE

MISSION AU O CONNEC ION

COSHOCTON, OHIO

740-623-8337

49.95 ( 100 Value)

$

$

*Must present coupon when scheduling appointment. Offer good through March 31, 2012

Sport, 4x4

$9,895

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US RT 36 3 Miles Towards Warsaw 623-8337

MISSION AU O CONNEC ION Les

COSHOCTON, OHIO

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THE BEACON

JANUARY 4, 2012

01 TOYOTA COROLLA

January 4, 2012 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 4, Number 35

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