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Cub Scout Pack 438 Pinewood Derby winners Cub Scout Pack 438 Pinewood Derby winners. Front row, left to right, Tiger Cubs, Collier Snow, second place, Austin Fox, third place, Zach Balo, first place. Next row, Wolf den, Brice Starcher, third place, Brendan Shrimplin, first place, Jacob Patterson, second place. Best of Show winner, Kaden Poorman, William Webster, first place, Bear den. Back row, Mason Wentz, third place, Bear den, Luke Brown, second place, Webelos, Jorn Hocter, Webelos second place, Braiden Davis, Webelos third place and Samansee page 2 for article tha Rohrbaugh, filling in for Brother Wyatt, second place, Bear den. Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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Conesville Elementary School this past Saturday for the annual Cub Scout pack 438 “Pinewood Derby”. The derby is a tradition in scouting with a purpose that goes way beyond winning a trophy. The Pinewood Derby is about boys and their fathers, and in some cases, mothers, building a wooden model car that meets specific weight and size specifications. Each Cub Scout begins with an identical kit. The modifying and adding of weights – sanding, putting graphite on the axles, painting, adding decals and shaping the wood is as unique as each young man that participates. 36 Cub Scouts participated in the Pinewood Derby, with each receiving a trophy regardless of how they placed. A double elimination method was used to determine the various den placements, and then those 12 raced for the overall championship. Braiden Davis was the overall winner, with second place going to Luke Brown and third place to William Webster.

Our Appreciation to You As Sharon and I look at the order for 29,000 pounds of food that has been ordered for the first month of 2010 our minds go back 7 years when our first order for food was 3,000 pounds. Much more has the need in our county been elevated in those 7 years and much more has the county factories, churches, organizations and individuals stepped up to meet that need in finance and labor contributions to the Open Food Pantry in Nellie. Without this support from you all, the Open Food Pantry could not continue to exist or operate. I would like to thank first of all the Mayor of Nellie, Jeff Wherley, and the Nellie Village Council members for allowing us to use the Community Building for our distribution and storage needs. Nellie is a small town with a big heart. Also the County Commissioners for their help with the building. And I would like to thank the following organizations: Interim Healthcare, Longaberger Company, Coshocton County Board of Realtors, Tiverton Home Economics, Club 10, Crop Walk, Coshocton County Auditor Employees, Walhonding Valley Grange, River View FFA, Warsaw Elementary School Students and Teachers, River View School Superintendent Kyle Kanuckel and the many individuals who gave from their heart, cash donations. The following United Methodist Churches: Prairie Chapel, Roscoe, Warsaw, Canal Lewisville, Keene and Nellie. Gospel Hill Ministry, Warsaw United Presbyterian Church, Dutch Run Trinity Church, Solid Rock Four Square Church, New Life Ministries, River View Ministerial Association and the Coshocton Central Christian Church. We are currently serving just under 700 people each month. We praise and thank God that we are in partnership with Mid-Ohio Foodbank, a very caring organization. We are also very thankful that we are in partnership with grumpy old Mark Granger at New Life Ministries in Coshocton – a man with a heart of gold. Please pray for the ones that come through our Pantry and Mark’s, that they find jobs to take care of their families. Most of them don’t want to come through our pantries but have no choice. And last, but not least, pray for us that we still have the strength and ability to do God’s work that he has set before us. God Bless You. Pastors John & Sharon Kirch God’s Eternal Love Fellowship 24890 TR 444, Warsaw, OH 43844 740-824-3958


by mark fortune Each Cub Scout carefully placed their car on the metal track and proceeded to the finish line, and in a true spirit of sportsmanship, often received “high fives” along the way from members of their own den. The scouts then watched with trepidation as the cars were released and rolled down the incline, gathering speed as they hurtled to the finish line. The winner was normally humble and more than one “Congratulations” was voiced among the scouts. Brendan Shrimplin, who placed first among the Wolf den, had this to say about his car, “I pulled out the wheels, put graphite on the wheels and made the car thin with a hump so air would flow over it. My dad and grandpa helped me at my grandpa’s friend’s workshop. My car has six coats of paint”. When asked about his victory, Brendan humbly stated, “It felt good to win”. Wyatt Rohrbaugh came down sick with the flu on Friday night before the event, so his 12 year old sister Samantha filled in at the race. She said, “It’s very nerve wracking. I watched he and Dad build the car and I’ve been to every one of these so I’m pretty familiar with how it works”. Sister did pretty well for her brother as she finished second among the Bear den. The “Best of Show” trophy went to Kaden Poorman, who designed and painted a camouflaged armored vehicle complete with gun turret and cannon. Shanda Huston, who is the cub master for Pack 438, remarked, “This event teaches the boys sportsmanship and about winning and losing, which are a part of life. They get to work with their Dad’s, Grandpa’s, uncles and Moms to build their car. And they get the chance to have some fun. I would like to thank all of the committee members, den leaders and parents for making today a great success”. Cub Scout Pack 438 meets at the Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church, who is their chartering organization.

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uted to the beacon Refresh your mind and your imagination at A Playground of Color, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum’s thirteenth special exhibit of children’s art. Nearly 400 works are on display, overwhelming the Montgomery Gallery with color, energy and whimsy. The exhibit runs now until March 28 and is also showing concurrently at the Coshocton and West Lafayette Libraries. Artwork for A Playground of Color comes from students in kindergarten through sixth grade who attend elementary and middle schools in Coshocton’s city and county schools as well as from home schools. Works are chosen by the students’ art teachers for their creativity and excellence. The exhibit shows off a remarkable variety of artistic styles and media and includes both two and three-dimensional pieces. Take a walk around the gallery and you’ll understand that these students aren’t just playing with crayons and scissors. They are learning about perspective, primitive cave art, Expressionism, Pop Art, still life, graphic art and more, using watercolors, pastels, mixed media-collage, pen and crayon. Their work is very good and, of course, fresh as they present a variety of images, from landscapes and animal life to tribal masks and self portraits. You won’t want to miss this exhibit, an excellent antidote for the winter blues. It’s a fun experience for both young and old. The Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 1 – 4:30 p.m. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for children, and $8 for families. Wednesdays are free for Coshocton County residents. A Playground of Color is sponsored by Elks Lodge Coshocton 376. For more information, contact the museum at 740-622-8710 or via email at or visit their web site at



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Jen Fannin, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills, which serves Coshocton, Guernsey and Noble counties, reported that the Red Cross is still accepting financial donations for Haiti. At this time the Red Cross is not collecting material to send. Regarding volunteers, the Red Cross is only sending those who are specially trained in national disasters. Fannin stated, “We are grateful to the communities we serve for the support for the people of Haiti.”

learning the basics of art This caterpillar was painted by J.R. Corder, a kindergartener at South Lawn Elementary. It is part of an exhibit at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum that is showing now until March 28. Other local artists include Issabelle Flores, 4th grade, Ridgewood Elementary; Shawn Fleming, 4th grade, Conesville Elementary; and Tiana Murphy, 5th grade, Central Elementary. photo contrib-

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a half cents each by Are you fed up yet? Had reducing the amount it up to here? Just about of cloth used. And two ready to blow a gasket? and a half cents times Of course I’m talking a few million does add about clothing and up, does it not? But other such items of you have to wonder if which companies keep we could someday see changing the style, sizes a revolt on this type of and all that other stuff behavior. Will these just when you realize companies ever learn to that the ones you have keep well enough alone? are worn out and you Mark fortune That sometimes change is need some new ones. But when you open the package and try NOT a good thing? Doubt it. My rule on that new tee shirt, your dreams would be – if you sell it – you wear it. are dashed against the rocks of That’ll teach ‘em! “corporations changing things again” My Super Bowl prediction. Colts – reality. There should be a hard and fast 28 – Saints – 14. Colts and Manning rule against this sort of maelstrom! It by two touchdowns – at least. I was not impressed with the Saints – the is downright Un-American! Oh, you thought I was going to rant Vikings should have won – and and rave about the health care plan? without the fumbles they would have Ha, ha, I wouldn’t touch that with a – - but they say that is why we play the as the emcee on the older version of game. Let me know your opinion and “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” prediction on the game with an email. says, thirty nine and a half foot It will be interesting to see how the pole! At least not yet. But keep your rest of Coshocton County feels about eyes on the great state of California, the big game. where they are already passing health Hopefully, you will find several care laws that will possibly have an articles of interest in this edition of impact on the future of health care in The Beacon as we continue to make improvements and add features. We other states. Now back to reality. It never fails are also adding readers each week – does it? You find a style of footwear, the number keeps climbing! Have you tee shirt, or my gosh, underwear – read “Memories the Way We Were” that you like. It fits comfortably in yet? This is a neat feature and you all the right places, and does all those may find your own name somewhere things that it is supposed to do in an along the way. We are trying hard to undignified role. But NEXT Christmas select the political satire cartoon that when you rip open the package and is in good taste for our readers. I hope try one on for size – guess what? Yep, we hit the mark on that most weeks. you guessed it – the size – or the style Let me know if we don’t. - has changed just enough to make Keep those “Letters to the Editor” it uncomfortable. I even went so far coming. We have had one for each this year to compare the “old” with issue since we started publishing the “new” by placing the new version them and want to keep it up. It is good on top of the old version. And despite for you, our readers, to express your several washings, the old remains opinion in the pages of The Beacon. larger than the new. I imagine that in Thanks for supporting The Beacon some dimly lit backroom somewhere, and believing in this community. a board of executives saved two and

United Way thanks community for support Letter to the editor The United Way of Coshocton County has been very blessed by generous donors throughout our community. This year, the budget committee set a goal of $350,000. We are happy to announce that we have reached the goal. To date, we have raised $352,000. Thank you! The United Way is a vital part of our community because of the funds it raises to help support our 20 partner agencies along with the three programs that are overseen by the United Way office. The agencies and programs do amazing things 365 days of the year. However, their funds continue to be stretched and budgets are cut. Many of these programs rely heavily on funds raised through the United Way to keep their doors open and continue to provide the programs that are so desperately needed here in Coshocton County. It has always been our practice to send a thank you letter to every donor that we have an address

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for. However, this year, with a reduced budget to work with and significantly increased postage due to restrictions with bulk mailings, we have decided that it would be more financially responsible to use the money in the spirit in which it was given -- to directly help our neighbors. We want you to know that we are incredibly grateful for each and every donation we have received. We would also like to assure the community that we work hard to make sure all United Way funds are used very responsibly. Thank you for supporting United Way and our partner agencies. Your contribution really does make a difference. If you are in need of written documentation of your gift, please call our office at 622-4567 and we would be happy to help you. Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED! Again, thank you! Amy Hasseman

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said Sue Renner, executive director at Kids America, “These people here were awesome. Everyone was calm and there was no panic. I just can’t thank these people enough.” Kids America had a radiologist, a registered nurse and two physical training students working out at the facility. They also have an emergency defribulator. All staff at Kids America are required to take training with the defribulator. Kids America has dealt with injuries before, but never a massive heart attack. Luckily, the response was immediate and the staff is trained on how to deal with this type of situation. “Only three staff were here when it happened,” said Renner, “but the other members really helped. People here are always willing to help. That’s what is so great about the atmosphere here.” Peter and his wife June wish to extend a personal thank you to everyone who helped to



Peter Shults of Newcomerstown is a regular member at Kids America. He enjoys walking there three times a week and walks five miles a day. But on Monday, Jan. 18, his walk was cut short when Shults had a massive heart attack and collapsed on the track. Another member saw the incident and immediately reported it to staff members. They rushed to the scene and administered CPR, called the ambulance, and brought their emergency defribulator. Shults had no pulse. When the ambulance arrived, full CPR was in progress. Shults was immediately rushed to the hospital where they frantically tried to save his life. Finally, they detected a sign of hope: a faint pulse. He was then lifeflighted to The Ohio State University Medical Center where he had a catherization and a triple bypass surgery. Shults had 95% blockage. “The immediate response saved his life,”

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and networking opportunities. Candidates are judged in the following areas: A four-minute prepared speech that relates to topics or issues that are relevant to working women, written and biographical information, and an interview with judges to see a candidate’s ability to be a mentor and help others achieve. Marcincavage is employed as a news reporter for WTNS Radio. She has been a local news reporter for almost three years, and she has a Video and Radio Production Degree from the Ohio University in Zanesville. She is a single mother of an eight year old boy named Josiah. Marcincavage is on the board for the Mentoring Center of Coshocton as well as First Step Family Violence and Intervention Services. Andrea Prouty, Customer Service Representative, Organic Technologies was a guest of Vice President Kim Gress. Gress stated the Joan McNeely Working Woman Scholarship forms would be available soon. Lois Murphy thanked the members for donating, preparing and serving refreshments Sunday night after the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration at St Andrews A.M.E. Church. Ten members participated. Corresponding Secretary Doris Parkhill read thank you cards from First Step Family

When selecting a home healthcare provider, it is important to consider a number of factors. Is the agency accredited and licensed by the state? Your state’s Department of Health can provide you with a list of licensed agencies. Consider how established the agency is and what services it offers, as well as the number of clients it serves. It is also important to fi nd out what procedures the provider has established to handle emergencies. Another key issue would be whether the agency sends the same individual each time, or if it varies. Also, learn what hours and days services are available. At INTERIM HEALTHCARE OF COSHOCTON, our companions are bonded, insured and thoroughly screened. Also, we’ve been Medicare certified for more than 28 years. If you have any questions, please call 877-759-2106 to learn more about our wide range of services. We are available 24 hours a day and will be happy to address any concerns you might have. Our services are flexible, from full-time care to occasional respite care, so we can help, no matter what the situation. Our address is 420 Downtowner Plaza. Call today because you never know what tomorrow may bring. 623-2949. People you count on, care you can trust. P.S. The AARP (formerly known as the American Association of Retired People) provides a brochure on selecting a caregiver.

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Violence and Intervention Services for the new stove for the shelter, and from Cathy Schlegel for the donation for Wigs for Cancer. Coshocton BPW will have a display at the upcoming Coshocton County Career Center (CCCC) Open House on Thursday, Feb. 11, 4 - 8 p.m. and will donate door prizes. The BPW/ OH Individual Development (ID) and YC Competition will be in Columbus on March 27. Equal Pay Day activities will be on April 20, and the Administrative Professional Luncheon will be on April 21 at Roberta’s. BPW/OH Conference will be May 14 - 16 in Columbus. The Joan McNeely Working Woman Scholarship Golf Scramble will be June 19 at River Greens. The next meeting will be at noon on Feb. 15, location to be announced. BPW, founded in 1919, promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. BPW is the leading advocate for millions of working women on work-life balance and workplace equity issues. Membership is open to men and women, employed and unemployed. For more information contact Liz Herrell at 740-294-0199 or at CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) had their Young Careerist (YC) Competition at the Sportzone on Monday, Jan. 18. Jessi Marcincavage was named the 2010 YC local winner and will represent Coshocton BPW at the Region 4 competition in Steubenville on Feb. 27. The Virginia Allen Young Careerist (YC) program recognizes the accomplishments of young, upcoming community leaders and it provides them with professional development


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COLUMBUS - The Department of Motor Vehicles in the state of Ohio has given drivers a grace period when renewing their driver’s license. Technically, a driver’s license expires on your birthday at midnight, but effective last October, drivers now have a seven – day grace period in which they will not be punished for forgetting to renew their license. For example, if your birthday is Feb. 1, you now have until Feb. 8 to renew your license. If you wait longer, there will be a $20 late fee applied to all late license and vehicle registration renewals. Over $6 million dollars has already been collected from drivers who have forgotten to renew their license during that time. For more information, contact the Coshocton County Department of Motor Vehicles at 622-8031. Proud to have served the people of Coshocton and our surrounding communities for over 113 years!

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The United Way of Coshocton County Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Suzanne Smailes Clark as Executive Director effective Jan. 25. She will succeed Amy Hasseman who has served in this position for the last three years. Suzanne will be responsible for the day-to-day operations, achievement of the agency goals and furthering the mission of the organization which is to advance the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all, by focusing on the three key building blocks of education, income and health. The United Way movement creates long lasting community change not only 1960 by monetary donations, but also by building on January 28th, 1960 the caring power of community collaboration to Nine area high school senior girls had the honor address the underlying causes of problems that of being named the 1960 area Betty Crocker prevent progress in these areas. Homemakers of Tomorrow. Each winner scored Board President Beccy Porteus said, “Suzanne’s the highest in a 50 – minute written exam which extensive background in marketing and tested their knowledge of homemaking. Each area communications along with her professionalism winner received a pin that said, “Home is where the heart is” and their paper was submitted to other and commitment to our community will be a good fit for the United Way.” area schools in Ohio where a state champion was chosen. Each state champion received a scholarship When asked to comment, Clark said, “There is a for $1500 and had the opportunity to travel to lot of need in our world and in our country and Washington, DC where the ultimate All-American where better to start to address those needs than Betty Crocker Homemaker was announced. The in our own community. I believe in hope, and lucky ladies that were off to state were Sally Vorys I look forward to working with the 20 partner of Warsaw, Susan Oaklief of Newcomerstown, agencies and initiatives in our community that Mary Jo Weaver of Coshocton, Janice Smith of Coshocton, Oleta Mace of Killbuck, Laura Jackson offer hope and the opportunity for a better life by improving community conditions.” of Warsaw, Mary Kay McNicholas of Conesville Suzanne also brings to the United Way of and June Wolfe of Fresno. Coshocton County experience in the ability to create and manage multi-channel communications 1970 activities, including new and social media, January 29th, 1970 focused on building business objectives. She is Children at South Lawn Elementary showed their The Plainfield Panthers had a narrow victory over Sacred Heart with a score of 27 – 25 on the basketball court on Jan. 28. Sacred Heart had a small lead over the Panthers when the automatic timeout was called, but when the two teams hit the court again, the Panthers pounced! Their defense strengthened, thus limiting the Sacred Heart’s previous three pointers. At the end of the first quarter, the score was tied at 6 and then was tied at 14 at halftime. Sacred Heart battled ahead for a 22 – 17 lead at the end of the third quarter, and then came the crushing defeat only moments before the final buzzer.

American pride with a play, “Forever May it Wave” under the direction of Miss Frances Gilfilen and sponsored by the PTO. The program outlined the altering of the flag as states were added. Many notable persons were present to help tell the history of the flag such as Betsy Ross, (Kelly Miller); George Washington, (Dale Wilden); Uncle Sam, (Mike Murphy); and Francis Scott Key, (Scott Thomas). The eight original flags were made by the students along with a replica of Old Glory. The fourth grade chorus was also present to entertain the crowd with patriotic songs.


January 31st, 1980 Coshocton city police searched for three suspects in a bank robbery on Second Street. The Bank One had reportedly been robbed at 10:15 a.m. that morning. The amount of money taken was unknown at that time. The police were also investigating a fire on Main Street which broke out only moments before the robbery. They believed that the two were connected and the fire was set up as a diversion from the bank being robbed. The FBI was also called in to help with the investigation. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.




Torch passed at United Way

Outgoing United Way Executive Director Amy Hasseman reviews information with incoming Executive Director Suzanne Clark at the local office on Main Street on Monday, Jan. 25. Clark commented, “I’m really looking forward to working with the programs and partner agencies. As we go forward we will be addressing the three major building blocks of the United Way; education, health and income. The United Way of Coshocton County is such an important part of our community and we can only make a difference by working together as a community.” beacon photo by mark for-


experienced in building productive relationships to further organizational goals, and has proven abilities in increasing community involvement and program development. Most recently she was employed by Holophane, Granville, in the Marketing Communications Department and JII Promotions, Coshocton. She previously owned The Mill for Graphic Design of Coshocton and is presently the owner of Clark Creative, an advertising and graphic design agency. She is married to Brian Clark and has two children, Megan and Matthew Given. Clark’s previous affiliation with non-profit organizations includes Heart of Ohio Girl Scout Council Board, Big Brothers/Big Sisters Board, Y.W.C.A. Board, Johnson-Humrickhouse Friends of the Museum Board, Coshocton Jaycee Women’s President, Coshocton Junior Woman’s Club, Leadership Coshocton, and several committees at Grace United Methodist Church. CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Grace United Methodist Church is taking a stand on finding a cure for cancer. On Thursday, Jan. 21, the church had their second annual dinner to help raise money to find a cure. Last year, they came in first place at the Relay for Life, raising over $12,000. This year, their goal is $10,000, but they would like to raise more. The dinner was a free-will offering and they made $700 quilting for a cause Pictured here are the members of Team Grace Unitthat night alone which ed Methodist Church for Relay for Life. The church had a dinner on Jan. 21 to raise is combined with money for the relay. Members of the team pictured are Mary Hughs, Team Capticket sales for their tain Nancy VanHorn, Roman Vance, Sandy Wilson, Sue Pritchard, Nancy Jackson, quilt. This was a big Jewel Terry, Ruth Gilmore, Debbie Myers, and Bob Domer. Not pictured is Tim improvement from Pirece. The quilt behind them was made by the church and designed by Helen last year when they Moody and Tim Vance. Many members of the church helped to sew it together. made $466. Besides The quilt will also be raffled off. Tickets are $1 or ten for $5. beacon photo the dinner, the Grace by beth dulaney United Methodist Church also provides on Saturday, March 13 at 7 a.m. Last year’s a boxed lunch for the community four times a breakfast raised $872. They hope to raise even year which includes a ham or turkey sandwich, more this year. The breakfast usually includes potato salad, fruit, and Texas sheet cake. The cost pancakes and omletts, but this year, the team is is $5 and the next boxed lunch event will be Feb. thinking of having a buffett-style breakfast, but 26. The church provides delivery or pick-up. it unsure at this time. When asked why Relay for Life was so important to the team, Mary Hughs, team treasurer said, “Because several people in the church has had cancer. We have many survivors, including a child in our church with cancer. We just lost a 44-year-old member to cancer. Cancer has touched everyone’s life. Almost everyone you know has had cancer or has a relative who has had cancer.” The menu for the night was Chili, Veggie and beef soup, chicken noodle soup, salad, dessert and a beverage. The church will also be having a breakfast

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beacon The Master’s Praise, a men’s quartet from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana, will share in the service at Union Hill U. M. C. (7787 Union Hill Rd. NW) near Dutch Valley Restaurant 2 miles East of Sugarcreek, Ohio, on Saturday, Jan 30, at 7:30 p.m. Members of the Master’s Praise are Andrew Bautz, (Team Leader) Van Wert, Ohio; Tyler Derr, Fishers, Indiana; Javin Shields, Carrollton, Ohio; Luke Widder, Coshocton, Ohio; and Wil Woodruff (Sound Technician), Defiance, Ohio. Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university that was founded in 1920 and is committed to liberal arts and professional education. The University is sponsored by the Wesleyan Church, which has its world headquarters in Indianapolis. Indiana Wesleyan offers over 70 majors. There are 3, 245 students on IWU’s main campus in Marion, while more than 11,351 students are enrolled in Adult and Professional Studies programs throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. Graduate students total 749. Pastor Carl Kandel and choir director, Brenda Widder, cordially invite the public to this concert. Although this event is free and tickets are not required, there will be an offering taken to help defray costs. More information can be obtained by calling (330) 852-4449 or emailing CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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The father and son combo of Chris and Marcus McVey bowled a 1376 series to win the fifth annual Coshocton city adult / youth bowling tournament on Sunday. The tournament, coordinated by Angie Adams and Jeff Oswald, was held at the Coshocton Bowling Center on Sunday, Jan. 24 and had 40 teams competing. The tournament was started so the adult and youth league bowlers of the Coshocton Bowling Center could compete together in a tournament style format. The adult and youth format allows adult bowlers to give younger bowlers advice and encouragement, have fun and enjoy some pizza and pop provided by the Coshocton Bowling Center. The entry fee was $15 per team and bowlers could form a team to bowl in each the 10 am and the 1 pm shift, or only bowl one time. In second place was the team of Jacob Bradford and John George with a 1353 series while Cassidy Johnson and Tony West earned third with a 1341 series. Marcus McVey had this to say about the win, “It felt really good to win. I had to keep my arm straight and had several strikes and picked up some good spares”. Dad Chris remarked, “It feels really good to win with my son – I would encourage other people and families to consider bowling as a great time to spend time together”. The pair has only been bowling for two years. 11 year old Tyler Crowthers, who started in the bumper league in 2002, had this to say about bowling, “Well, it’s fun to bowl and to get strikes and spares – my goal is to get a 300 someday. My most proud achievement is a high score of 152, and a 400 series. I also went to the state championship a couple of years ago. Bowling is fun because it helps your arm; its exercise and when it’s raining outside you can go to the bowling alley and roll some balls”. 8 year old Marie Stufflebean said about her bowling on Sunday, “I got a lot of strikes and spares today. I beat my average! I like bowling because I get good scores. Absolutely, it’s fun!” 7 year old Allie Murray added this, “Getting lots of strikes is the most fun but also the hardest



Coshocton Hospital was recently surveyed by four surveyors from the Joint Commission. The hospital received accreditation letters for the Hospital and Long-Term Care. “This process is designed to help your organization continuously provide safe, highquality are, treatment, and services by identifying opportunities for improvement in your processes and helping you follow through on and implement these improvements”, explained Ann Scott Blouin, RN, Ph.D, Executive Vice President of Accreditation and Certification Operations in a letter to the hospital CEO, Greg Nowak. The Joint Commission is an independent, notfor-profit organization that accredits and certifies more than 17,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards. Facilities undergo accreditation surveys every 18-39 months. Each year an updated set of standards is issued to facilities which include clinical, senior leadership, medical staff and environmental safety and security. Coshocton Hospital is a non-profit organization located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton Ohio. Currently the largest employer in Coshocton County, Coshocton Hospital celebrated 100 years of service to the community in 2009. With a complete line of services available, they are dedicated to providing “The Right Care…Right Here”. For more information, please contact the hospital at 740-622-6411 or visit them online at


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As they say, “What a difference a year makes”. This was certainly true at the Muskingum Valley Scout Reservation for the annual “Klondike Derby”, which was held on Saturday, Jan. 23. Landon Arnold, who served as the camp director for the second year of the event, said, “We expect to have 13 troops participating in the derby with well over 100 scouts and adults on site. Not having snow makes it more challenging for the scouts – pushing and pulling the sled Mush! Pictured from left to right are several members of Boy Scout troop 438 through the mud is preparing to participate in the annual Klondike Derby at the Muskingum Valley tougher than on snow. Scout Reservation. From left to right are; John Bordenkircher, Joseph Couts, Sam Most of the sleds are Vickers, Cole Parks, Caleb Helmick, Drew Everhart and Brendan Dickson. Absent from the photo was musher Michael Foster, who was getting the instructions for homemade and have the day’s activities. George Dickson is the Scout Master for Troop 438 and is asbeen in each troop for sisted by Larry Arnold, Russ Modesitt, Bill Couts, Jerry Parks, Brent Bowman and several years”. Some Rob Helmick. Troop 438 entered two sleds in the event. beacon photo by may recall that last mark fortune year’s Klondike Derby was held in bitter, “Call of Scouting”. The stations will be on snowy conditions with temperatures and wind military history and trivia, another a timed chill well below zero on Friday night and lasting event where the scouts will have to race around through Saturday morning. a course we built, first aid and winter survival Arnold continued, “The Klondike Derby – this involves a simulated incident at the lake is about demonstrating scout skills from the where someone has fallen through the ice and beginning ranks all the way up to Eagle Scout. we have to rescue them, and a quick fire-starting There will be four stations and our theme event. We have been planning this since late this year is “Call of Scouting 2”, which is a August and we went through the early morning continuation of last year’s theme which was today finalizing things. I would like to thank the

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Pictured is John Snyder (left) and Klondike Derby camp director Landon Arnold assigning scouts to their various teams for the day. Arnold, who is a member of Boy Scout Troop 438 and a junior at Coshocton High School, also directed the event last year. beacon photo by mark


Arrowhead District for letting me do this two years in a row, thanks especially to my Mom for preparing the food and everyone that helped her, all the pizza shops for donating the pizza for our Friday night dinner, everyone that made the baked goods and the guys that helped me, Kent Kirker, Seth Albert, Corey Johnson, Andrew Frank and Logan Banks”. Scout Master George Dickson said of the event, hosted by Troop 438, “We’re blessed with a ton of adult help – which makes my job a lot easier. All of the troop 438 committee members who helped make this weekend possible deserve a big “thank you!”

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Amanda McCoy, renowned artist, coming home to give a soulful performance Coshocton native Amanda McCoy, currently of Nashville, TN, plans to have a CD release party in honor of her newly-released EP entitled Jade. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at the Coshocton Elks Lodge on Saturday, Jan. 30, starting at 8 p.m. McCoy will deliver a special and intimate acoustic performance at 9 p.m. followed by a meet and greet with guests. CDs and posters will be available during this event. McCoy graduated from River View High School in Warsaw in 2005, and was a student of Keith Watson and Jim Bundy. In May 2009, McCoy graduated from Bethany College (Bethany, WV) with a Bachelors of Arts in Music. While at Bethany College, McCoy was a student of Pandel Collaros of Steubenville. Amanda performed at the Heritage Music BluesFest in Wheeling, WV in 2008 as both a solo acoustic artist and bassist for The Catch Blues Band. Amanda and The Catch Blues Band combined forces to perform a smokin’ hot set as the opening act for blues legend Johnny Winter. As a bassist, Amanda has performed and studied with many world-renowned musicians and bands. The list reads like a who’s who of the music industry and includes Kenny Aronoff, Victor Wooten, Pandel Collaros, ZASZ, Steve Bailey, Mike Pope, Howard Levy, Frank Gambale, Brandon Barnes, Zack Wiesinger, and Molly Pauken. Amanda has developed a solid, funky, and soulful style that keeps her audience at the edge of their seat, anxiously awaiting her next “soul-shaking” bassline. “It’s been a whirlwind of excitement and it’s made me take a step back and just say ‘Wow this is really happening!’” said McCoy, “Kenny Aronoff has played with Smashing Pumpkins and Bob Dylan and just to be able to say that

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when you listen to an artist or a song and you wonder what was the artist thinking when they wrote that. That’s what I’m hoping people will think of when they listen to Jade. I hope they’ll wonder, ‘Wow what was the artist thinking when they wrote this song’ and look forward to hearing the next song.” Amanda’s experience and training at the hands of skilled performer/pedagogues such as Victor Wooten and Kenny Aronoff have imbued her with a sense of professionalism that is lacking in most people her age. Her interest in the music of the African-American blues masters has made her expert in the performance of blues, R&B, and rock musics. Her formal training and experience have provided her with reading skills that allow her to cover the gamut from jazz to musical theater. Amanda has mastered a variety of musical genres and equipped herself with the tools appropriate to tackle any musical style. Her solid, funky, and soulful bass playing just adds another dimension to her prodigious guitar, piano, and singing abilities. When Amanda McCoy takes the stage, her musicianship and presence are both guaranteed to knock you off your feet. Currently, Amanda is touring and recording with “ZASZ Revolution,” a Nashville progressive-rock super-group. When Amanda isn’t playing her bass guitar, you can find her in Nashville’s hottest venues performing her songs for an eager audience. “In spite of her youth, [Amanda] proved to be a talented and strong individual whose soul runs deep blue.” said BJFM / Blues Triangle Update. In November, Amanda released her first EP entitled Jade. This special collection of songs is garnering accolades wherever it is heard. All songs were written and arranged by Amanda McCoy. Brandon Barnes of Pittsburgh, PA arranged and performed all the percussion on Jade. Along with Amanda, Pandel Collaros produced the EP and also recorded and mixed each of the songs. Pandel’s expertise and vision was essential and is evident in the final outcome of Jade. Amanda is also giving an “Unplugged” performance at the Coshocton City Park, located at the old Park Hotel parking lot on Friday, Jan. 29 at 4:30 p.m. as a promo event before the release party. “It’s been an exciting journey so far,” said McCoy, “and I’m excited to see where it goes.” CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Mentoring Center of Coshocton to have annual “Bowling for Kids Sake” The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters) is conducting the 29th annual Bowling For Kids event on Feb. 19 and 20 at the Coshocton Bowling Lanes. A special school bowl event will be on Feb. 26 for school aged teams. This year’s theme, “A New Look… Same Great Vision,” makes reference to the agency’s name change in 2009, and the commitment to continuing to provide a range of positive mentoring services for children throughout the county. Teams wishing to register for Bowling For Kids 2010 are urged to call the Mentoring Center office at 623-8110. Bowling For Kids, the agency’s primary fundraiser, is designed as a celebration of the community’s support for the mentoring programs provided by the agency to children and families throughout the county. This year’s event will feature a special appearance by “Merf the Clown”, complete with balloon animals and air brushed tattooing. Throughout the three-day event, teams will bowl two games, enjoy a fresh pizza, listen to music provided by Big D’s Music on the Run, and get a chance at incentives and door prizes. Team captains will receive a special thank you

gift. “We always have a great time,” said Shelia Mayse, executive director, “It is wonderful to have the support of the community. This year, we are trying to fill every single lane, so that we can continue to provide the range of mentoring services we have developed for the community.” Funds are raised through the creation of five person teams who raise money on behalf of the agency. Each adult team member is asked to raise at least $50. Available bowling times are11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. Teams are encouraged to call 623-8110 to reserve a lane. Additional funds come from sponsorships from local businesses including corporate and lane sponsorships. This year’s presenting sponsor is Kraft Foods. Corporate sponsors are Coshocton Bowling Lanes, and AEPConesville. Lane sponsorships are available as well. At the $100 lane sponsorship level, donors are recognized by each having a banner that is placed above the lanes. According to Mayse, “We also encourage sponsors to provide us with information about their businesses to share with bowlers at the event.”

Lautenschleger receives Cheviot Starter Ewe The Ohio Cheviot Dec. 6 for an interview Sheep Breeders by the Cheviot Board Association started the committee. Allen Jim Cluff Memorial Lautenschleger and Starter Flock Award in Angela Casanova both 1994 to award a starter were told they would flock to an Ohio youth be receiving Bred up to 17 years of age as Cheviot Ewes. Plans of the first of the current were made and both year. The purpose was candidates received to introduce the youth their ewes on Dec. to the joys of raising 27, 2009. A meeting and owning a Purebred is planned between Cheviot Sheep as Allen and Angela in well as encouraging May 2010 to see how the growth of new lambing and their Cheviot Breeders in experience is going. Ohio. This contest Allen and has been extended Angela are keeping as a memorial to Jim records and pictures Cluff, a young Cheviot of their ewes, and they Lautenschleger Breeder whose love of communicate back and the breed and whose help forth by email and phone to younger breeders will continue with each as well as their parents. They are required to flock presented. show at their county fair in 4-H or open class. The selected young person will be awarded They can also show at state and other levels. the starter flock as follows: 1st year, 1 bred ewe Allen Lautenschleger is the son of Jay and (not over four years when bred) and a year’s Amanda Lautenschleger, and has a brother, membership in the Ohio Jr. Cheviot Breeders Weston. His grandparents are Malcolm and Association, 2nd year – 1 Ram, and 3rd year, Liz Miller of Coshocton and Rich and Louise the youth will donate a lamb which will be used Lautenschleger of Baltic. to continue this award for future youth. Allen is in Above and Beyond 4-H Club and Allen Lautenschleger filled out the application has enjoyed his sheep projects and showing at in August. He was later notified in October and the fair. He is also involved in archery projects November that he needed to attend the Ohio and gardening. Cheviot Breeders Christmas get-together on CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

As the agency’s primary fundraiser, Bowling For Kids is responsible for raising nearly 50% of the agency’s annual budget. The agency has set a goal of $45,000. According to Mayse, this goal is attainable, “If every bowler we had last year returns this year and raises an additional $12, we can meet goal.” BBBS is also a United Way agency, with last year’s allocation comprising 10% of the budget. The remaining is derived from donations, fundraisers, and grants. Bowl For Kids’ Sake funds help support the operations of a number of mentoring programs including the traditional one–to-one match, school based mentoring, parent mentoring, and the peer mentoring program. Anyone interested in learning more about Bowling For Kids, volunteering, or enrolling a child in any of the programs offered by The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County is encouraged to call 623-8110. The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County is a United Way partner agency. CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Balderson appointed to the House Public Utilities Committee COLUMBUS— State Representative Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) was appointed to the House Public Utilities Committee for the remainder of the 128th General Assembly. Updated committee assignments were announced by Ohio House Speaker Armond Budish (DBeachwood) and House Republican Leader William G. Batchelder (R- Medina). “I am very pleased to be appointed to serve on the House Public Utilities Committee,” Balderson said. “With an AEP plant in my district, I am well suited to express the concerns of those that make their living working with energy and, representing Appalachia, I am well versed in coal issues. I am in a prime situation to address legislation dealing with broadband connectivity, access, and affordability. Appalachia is an area that continues to be neglected in the broadband debates, and I look forward to representing our interests in committee.” In addition, Balderson currently serves on the Health; Transportation and Infrastructure; and Agriculture and Natural Resources committees. Balderson is currently serving his first term with the Ohio House of Representatives. In addition to his work with the Legislature, he is co-owner of Balderson Motor Sales and assists operation of a family-owned farm in Salem Township.

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superior science The Sacred Heart School Science Fair was Jan. 21. Eighteen fourth, fifth and sixth grade projects were judged, and five projects were awarded a “Superior” grade. Pictured from left to right are fifth grade students Emily Kobel, Will Fornara, Madison Woolard, Lucas Lauvray and Gretchen Lozowski. These students will be attending the Countywide Science Fair at the Coshocton County Career Center on Friday, Feb. 5.. photo contributed to the beacon

New officers The Pink Ladies Auxiliary installed new officers at their January 25 meeting. Pictured from left to right are; President Sandi Durbin, Vice President Theresa Garrett, Treasurer Ruth Marquand, Recording Secretary Donna Mayle and Corresponding Secretary Jacquie Erman. Outgoing President Marilyn Fuller said, “It has been a privilege to serve as your President. I consider all of you my friends”. Fuller served as President for two years. There are currently 64 ladies in the auxiliary and the group donated 8,317 volunteer hours in 2009, while also giving over $16,000 to various needs at Coshocton Hospital. The money is raised through several outside fund-raisers held by the Pink Ladies Auxiliary throughout the year. beacon photo by mark fortune

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lion lives lost to abortion. On Friday, Jan. 22, New Beginnings Ministry of Warsaw hosted a rally for the life of the preborn at the Courtsquare. During the event, songs were sung, scripture was read and prayers were lifted up to God to turn the hearts of men and women away from abortion and to give life. On Thursday, members of the church planted 1,224 pink and blue flags on the Chestnut street side of the Courtsquare to symbolize the number of babies aborted during a typical eight hour workday. Pictured here are members of the church who gathered to pray before the ceremony began at 4:30 pm. In addition, members held signs along the Main Street side of the Courtsquare to bring awareness to passing motorists of the rally. Nichole Braxton, who attended the event with her nine children, said, “Children are a blessing from God,” she said, “I hope this event encourages other Christians to step up and do what we’re supposed to do and turn our hearts back to the hearts of children.”. photo contributed to the beacon

bers met at Agents Realty & Auction Service for training in Leadership/communication. The instructor was Ken Posey who demonstrated the need for volunteer’s education and training. CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members are also encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community. photo contributed to the beacon

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education and training On Saturday, Jan. 9, Coshocton County Cert mem- pro-life rally Since Roe versus Wade passed, there have been over 50 mil-


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by Brown, Sandra New York : Simon & Schuster, 2009. In a time of drought and economic depression in 1934, Ella Barron runs her boardinghouse in Texas while caring for her son, Solly, and responds to the calm influence of one of her boarders, David Rainwater, while facing the tension and uncertainty around her.


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by Jacobs, L. R. (Lana Rose) New York : Grosset & Dunlap, c2009. Young fans can read all about how LeBron James went from highschool all-star to NBA phenomenon.

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By Takahashi, Rumiko Illustrator Takahashi, Rumiko Kagome is a modern Japanese high school girl who doesn’t believe in myths and legends. But her view dramatically changes when she’s pulled out of her own time and into another. In Japan’s ancient past, Kagome discovers some old legends are true.

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Adult Nonfiction by Rooney, Andrew A. with an introduction by Brian Rooney New York : PublicAffairs, c2009. Andy Rooney: 60 Years of Wisdom and Wit brings together the best of more than a half-century of work (including long-out-of-print pieces from his early years) in an unforget-


table celebration of one of America’s funniest men. Like Mark Twain, Finley Peter Dunne (Mister Dooley) and Will Rogers, Andy Rooney is a classic chronicler of America, a writer for the ages.

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Community Calendar Local Events Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament sponsored by the Warsaw Business Association, a qualified 501C(3) Charitable Organization will be at Bethlehem Grange Hall on US Route 36 Friday, Jan. 29 with doors opening at 5 p.m. The tournament starts at 6:30 p.m. and cost is $30 for 10,000 in chips. Saturday, Jan. 30, doors will be opening at 11 a.m. and the tournament begins at noon. A 3 person team tournament will begin at 7 p.m. for $90. Cash tables available all day and food served all day. Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Are you struggling with a child or children who may have ADHD? There is help in the area! There are many who may not be aware of the help, but there is a support group in Coshocton County! The group meets once a month! If you have any suggestions or ideas, please share them. The ADHD Support Group will be held at St. John’s UCC, 808 Orange St., Coshocton on February 6th, 2 - 3:30 p.m. For more information or questions contact Angie Moses at 740-623-8551 or by email at Coshocton County Chapter of Ohio Genealogical Society meets the third Tuesday of each month from 7:30 - 9 p.m. at Coshocton Library Basement Meeting Room. On Feb. 16 the discussion will be Alice Hoover – Grandma Mary Martha.

Church Events Pancake Breakfast. Upward Sports is sponsoring an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle located at 23891 Airport Road on Saturday, Jan. 30, from 8 - 11:30 a.m. For more information contact 740-622-4133. Free Community Dinner. Isleta UMC will be hosting a free community dinner on Sunday, Jan. 31 with serv-

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Relay for Life Team Super Cure of the Coshocton County Relay for Life will be having a Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dancing at the Loyal Order of the Moose on Feb. 13. Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. – midnight. The event is semi-formal and dinner includes Ribeye steak or Montreal chicken. David Joseph will provide the music. There will be a 50/50, a raffle, and door prizes. Tickets are $40 per couple ($5 for reserved seating). Advance sales only. $20 deposit for ticket sales available. Must have full payment by Feb. 10. Contact Mary Jackson at 623-0706 for more information.

River View Hog Roast. River View High School will have a hog roast on Jan. 29 from 4:30 - 7 p.m. at River View High School prior to the River View boy’s home basketball game versus Dover, with JV starting at 6 p.m. The menu consists of pork, dressing, noodles, coleslaw or potato salad, baked beans, roll, dessert and beverage. Cost is $6. The Annual Central Elementary PTO Chili Supper & book Fair will be on Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 5 - 7 p.m. at the school. Please enter through the 8th street doors. The menu will include Chili, Applesauce, Dessert and Pepsi Products. Chicken sandwiches and Hot Dogs will also be offered and all items are available for takeout. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children and a donation for children under the age of 3. Advanced tickets sales will be offered for $4 for adults and $2 for children ages 3-17. Contact Denise Johnson at Central Elementary at 622-5514 or Jodi Maziar at 294-2247. Along with the Chili Supper, the PTO is sponsoring a Scholastic Book Fair. The book fair will be open all week during school, with special hours of 5 - 7p.m. during the Chili Supper. Everyone is welcome. Post Secondary Enrollment Options Meeting Rescheduled. The Post Secondary Enrollment Options Meeting for all interesting Ridgewood students and their parents has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3, beginning at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Attendance is required for participation in the program next school year. Post Secondary Enrollment Options Meeting Rescheduled. The Post Secondary Enrollment Options Meeting for all interesting Ridgewood students and their parents has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Attendance is required for participation in the program next school year.

Public Record Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/ Dissolutions Divorces Granted: James E Shamel of West Lafayette from Wendy L Shamel of West Lafayette Marriages: Ian James McKeever of Coshocton to Felisha Kay Johnson of Coshocton Joshua Michael Roberts of Warsaw to Amber Janaee Harrison of Warsaw Land Transfers 1/5 Jill M Miller and Joshua M Miller to Steven T Elliott and Deborah Jo Elliot; $12,000 Henry A and Levelia Ruth Yoder to George and Melody Carr; $33,000 US Bank National Association, as Trustee to Bert B Eizensmits and Carol M Giffin; $22,900 Zachary C and Janae L Stevens to Robin F and Marilyn J Beran, Trustees of the Robin F Beran Living Trust; $12,000 Jack D Newcome to William A Lawko, Trustee of the William A Lawko Revocable Trust; $3,800 Paul H Bambeck, Court Appointed Receiver to George W Whittington; $33,000 1/20 Terry Jones to Sandra Shriber; $10,000

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The economy is slow for everyone today, but this should not affect our children’s education. The Kiwanis Club of Coshocton County is making sure this doesn’t happen. Kiwanis recently presented a check to the Sacred Heart School for $1,500 after they applied for the money last October. This money will be used toward preschool tuition. According to Sacred Heart, because of difficult economic times, the Preschool has suffered a major decline in their enrollment. By using this money, their goal is to provide all students with the same opportunity as those already enrolled, no matter what the parent’s financial situation may be and to maintain and increase enrollment. Currently, the Sacred Heart Preschool has three different tuition rates: two day classes are $90 a month, three day classes are $106 a month and five day classes are $140 a month. The money received by Kiwanis will be divided equally between these three tuition rates. In addition to receiving money from Kiwanis, Sacred Heart has also received $2,000 from the Coshocton Foundation. All money received will be used for the 2010-2011 school year.


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of whom 9 are licensed auctioneers. Kaufman Realty conducts real estate auctions, traditional listings, chattel auctions, and real estate and chattel appraisals. Dave has strived to build the company on his traditional core values: Faith, Family, Honesty, and Integrity. Dave has been married to Mary (Schlabach) for 35 years and they have 5 children - David Anthony 33, married to Julie (Mast); Erika 30, married to Curt Yoder; Patrick 27, and twins Casey and Corey 20. He also has 5 grandchildren, Alexis 9 (Anthony & Julie), Kylee 5 (Anthony & Julie), Kate 5 (Curt & Erika), Luke 4, (Curt & Erika) Micah 2 (Curt & Erika). Dave is involved in his church, the Sharon Mennonite and the Gideon’s International, as well as volunteering time throughout the year for numerous benefit auctions. His pastimes include sponsoring and following the Class A Kaufman Realty Baseball Team, and following the local high school sports teams. When possible, he enjoys spending time at a vacation home in Sarasota Florida.

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Columbus - Approximately 315 auctioneers and guests turned out for the Ohio Auctioneers Association’s Annual Convention, January 1618, 2010 in Columbus, OH at the Hilton Polaris Hotel, at which the organization bestowed its highest honor to one of its top auctioneers. The Hall of Fame committee, comprised of only 36 auctioneers since its inception, inducted Dave Kaufman of Sugarcreek, Ohio on Sunday, January 17 during the annual Hall of Fame Luncheon. Joining Dave at this event were 15 previous winners of this high honor. Dave was licensed as an auctioneer and agent in 1971 and 1973 respectively. In 1975 he was licensed as a real estate broker and formed his own real estate and auction company (Dave Kaufman Realty, Inc.). Since then, he has grown the company to one of the largest real estate auction companies in the North Eastern Ohio. Kaufman Realty conducts approximately 300 auctions per year throughout Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia. They currently have three offices: Sugarcreek, Millersburg, and New Philadelphia, with approximately 30 agents



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Saturday, February 13 Sweetheart Big Band Dance Location: Lake Park Pavilion 23253 State Route 83, Coshocton, OH Time: 8 – 11 p.m. Web site: Phone: (740) 622-7528 Call for Ticket information. Join us for a romantic evening at the historic Lake Park Dance Pavilion, a beautifully restored 1930s big band dance hall. Music will be provided by the Lake Park Big Band. Dance to the sounds of Sammy Kaye, Glenn Miller and others from that era. Tickets will go on sale in January. Contact the Park District office at 740-622-7528 for more information. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Parks organization. Sunday, February 14 Winter Pops Concert with the All-Ohio Youth Choir “The Road Home” Location: McKinley Auditorium, Coshocton High School, 1205 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, OH Time: 3 p.m. Tickets: $8 for adults and $5 for children Tickets are available at the door or by calling Lee Bown at (740) 622-3960 Phone: (740) 623-0554 Web site: 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 the Coshocton Community Choir as they welcome the teens from all over Ohio to Coshocton. The choir performs their favorite pop selections from the previous August Ohio State Fair schedule. The choir is conducted by Charles R. Snyder, who is highly respected throughout the state. More Coshocton information available at




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Bud’s Refuse Trash Pick-up, city & county clean-up. Special one time pick-ups. Odd jobs, senior discounts. 740-622-2414


622-4ads Classified

Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds!


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04 CHEVY AVEO DeCosky Ford



$10,990 or $189/mo**

$7,990 or $129/mo** 08 MITSUBISHI GALANT #T1969

$5,990 or $89/mo**

$9,990 or $145/mo**







$7,990 or $129/mo**

$6,990 or $95/mo**

$8,990 or $129/mo**







$9,990 or $145/mo**

$9,995 or $145/mo**

$13,990 or $215/mo**

*Plus tax, title and fees. 740 or higher credit score. $1500 down or equal trade equity. **7.25% 60 and 72 month with bank approved.



Service Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5 Sales Hours: Mon & Thurs 8:30-8 Tues, Wed, Fri 8:30-6, Saturday 8:30-3

$18,990 or $299/mo**


january 27, 2010


The Beacon


$4,995 or $69/mo** 06 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY classified hotline 622-4ADS


801 S. 2ND ST., COSHOCTON • PHONE 622-0001 FAX 622-7347 WWW.DECOSKY.COM

January 27, 2010 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 2, Issue 26 of The Coshocton County Beacon

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