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MARK FORTUNE Pictured are a group of unidentified Boy Scouts that attended the annual Klondike Derby and camped outside in frigid temperatures. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

Boy Scouts from around the area convened at the Muskingum Valley Scout Reservation on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 16, 17 and 18 for the annual running of the Klondike Derby. The Klondike Derby is where a group of scouts pull a sled that they have built on a preestablished course with several stops – or stations. The stations range from building a fire and cooking pancakes to first aid, compass reading and more. Essentially the Derby is about learning to survive in the outdoors. Landon Arnold, of host Troop 438, which meets at Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church, was this year’s program director. Arnold explained that the Klondike Derby is meant to “help scouts learn to survive in the

winter time and brave the elements. We’ll be testing scout skills at each station with a set time limit. The scouts have to make a pancake in a mess kit is one example of this”, Arnold explained. When asked to comment on the weekends activities during the harsh weather conditions, Arnold quickly quipped, “Mother’s don’t camp!” Glenn Fischer, the local district chairman of the Boy Scouts, said that, “this is the first time we’ve let a boy run the event – that’s why we ordered the low temperatures and the snow!” Jeff Wickerham, Senior District Executive with the Muskingum Valley Council of the Boy Scouts added that, “we want to try and make sure the boys were prepared. We talked to each

scout master – if a boy was uncomfortable they did not have to participate. This event is meant to provide an opportunity to challenge these boys and give them (the boys) a chance to achieve and survive in these extreme temperatures. We had a meeting to make sure everyone knew the signs of frostbite – and were prepared”. Wickerham reported that there were 56 youth and adults camping with 40 of those spending Friday night outdoors in the frigid temperatures. A low temperature of minus 23 degrees was recorded early Saturday morning – a new record for the Klondike Derby. In fact, as one scout explained, “this is the first time we’ve actually had snow for the Derby that I have participated in!”


new President, a new direction and a new spirit of energy for the country has emerged from Washington D.C. That is what I see happening right now with the Barack Obama administration. The majority of the pundits are saying that the first 100 days in office are critical and the timeframe to make things happen. While I agree that the first 100 days are most important, I think it is going to take longer than that to get the country moving again in the proper direction. Setting the proper stage will be key. 2009 may very well be a challenging year as areas of the country not previously affected by the economic downturn are

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now being thrust into the spotlight. I believe that we are adjusted to operating in a sluggish environment although there may still be some pain to endure as we monitor the recent cutbacks at the city and county level. These things are happening throughout the nation as local governments find themselves having to adjust to meet reduced taxes and less federal funding. Despite all of these conditions, our area is well poised for economic recovery and our leaders in local civic groups, government, business, faith and education are doing everything they can to work together and minimize the losses locally. The Coshocton County Commissioners are continuing to push forward with the rural broadband initiative which will have a deep and long lasting positive impact on our economy and open up our citizens to the world through the internet. Opportunities abound in this technological arena and one only has to look at the impact from YouTube, FaceBook, Google, Yahoo! or any of the dozens of other internet based companies to see that our

industrial landscape has changed forever. America is based on creativity and innovation, with scientists and inventors finding ways to help our country when it needed it most. The cotton gin, the combine, the electric light bulb and the steam engine transformed America and generated wealth beyond measure – but not without loss for many. Ask a canal boat captain what he thought of the locomotive and you probably had to hold your ears! I believe that we are once again facing similar challenges – and changes – in our country. Educating ourselves about new technology, new industries and new devices is what America is all about. Hang on world, and watch the people of America rise to the challenge once again! The President has asked us to do our part to help. Super Bowl prediction – Cardinals 24, Steelers 21. Kurt Warner will do it again.

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Pictured L-R: Siblings Katie Hardesty, 6, John Hardesty, 8, and Lauryn Hardesty, 10, skid to a stop in several inches of snow that fell in western Coshocton County on Thursday, January 15th. With classes at Union Elementary cancelled for the day, the energetic youngsters went sledding on the hill behind their home. Early that morning their dad, Stan Hardesty, managed to get to work in Coshocton despite less-than-favorable road conditions. With afternoon temperatures hovering in the high teens, their mom, Kori, said the kids later enjoyed hot chocolate inside as much as the snow outside. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)


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and when we heard of the medical needs of George Hare Jr. it seemed like the right time,” she said. Devore proceeded to organize the first Guns vs. Hoses Charity Basketball Game that will be played at noon on Saturday, January 31, at Kids America. “We have about 20 players on the Sheriff’s Office team and there are around 24 on the Fire Department team,” she said. “All the proceeds from the game, 50/50 drawing and concessions will benefit George.” Hare is a firefighter with

Jackson Township and has been with the Coshocton Fire Department for over 35 years. He was diagnosed in September 2008 with inoperable brain cancer. “We would like to see people come out and support someone who’s given so many years of service to the community,” added Devore. “Especially in these hard times when it is tough to have all the extra medical bills to pay.” Devore says that many people have donated toward the charitable event. “Kids America has been great to

By Jan Myers let us use the facility,” she said. “We have received contributions from Pepsi, Dominoes, Roberta’s Catering and others. We will run a concession stand during the game and donations will be accepted.” Admission to the charity basketball game will also be a donation. Devore says that a fund has been set up at the Home Loan Savings Bank where contributions toward the George Hare Jr. benefit can be sent. Since Devore says they plan to make the Guns vs. Hoses Charity Basketball

Game an annual event, a travelling trophy will be presented to the winning team. “The trophy just may stay with the Sheriff’s Office since I’m sure we’re always going to win,” laughed Devore. She says that both of the teams have been practicing and they got together a while back for a scrimmage. “The game will be a lot of fun for everyone regardless of who wins,” added Devore. “We hope to see as many people as possible come out and watch us play and see the departments having a good time together for a good cause.”

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Fourteen students from the Coshocton Opportunity School worked with the Pomerene Center for the Arts to produce three separate videos for their Media Arts Project. Pictured are; front, Bryer Mitchem, first row standing; Devin Taylor, Changdera Mack, Robert Reber, Josh Vestal, Megan Carroll, Devon Brady, Kaelie Darr, and Cody Darr. Hiding behind Darr is Dylon Hawk. Back row is Tiffany Jennings, Cassie Holmes and Jeanee Gerthing. Not pictured is Jon Geary. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

is actually pigeon! The highlight of the video had to be the boys ordering squab at several of Coshocton’s fast food establishments. No, none serve squab but the boys had a couple of pretty convincing moments! And of course, what video would be complete without an actual sampling of pigeon – which the boys all exclaimed that they would try again! The third video documented the need for donations at the two of the local food pantries in our community; New Life Ministries and the Open Pantry of Nellie. Participating students were Devon Brady, Cody Darr, Jeanee Gerthing and Dylon Hawk. These students interviewed Pastor Mark Granger of New

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Terri Klein serves up a sampling of chili for the celebrity judges while Marge Neff and Connie Lahna (holding United Way sign) look on. Staff and residents of Coshocton Health & Rehabilitation Center prepared fourteen varieties of chili for the event – which was held to raise money for the United Way of Coshocton County. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

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We plan on doing things each month this year – it shows the spirit of our staff – I’m so darned proud of them!” When asked about the particular chili he was sampling Matt Shannon of The Chamber stated that it was “hot and spicy!” Valerie Boateng of The Coshocton Tribune said that the first sample she tried “tasted like Mom’s chili, minus the

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The Coshocton County Beacon • January 28, 2009

Community Happenings Local Events

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RV Board of Education Meeting. The River View Board of Education has changed the date of the February Board of Education meeting to February 17th, at 6:00 p.m. The Breakfast Buffet. meeting will be held in the West Lafayette Lions Administrative Office. Club Breakfast Buffet will be Saturday, 2009 Program SchedFebruary 7th at the ule for the Coshocton West Lafayette United Chapter Ohio GeneaMethodist Church, lo- logical Society. cated on the corner of Most monthly meetOak Street and Rus- ings are held the sell Avenue. Serving Third Thursday of the from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 month at 7:30 PM in a.m. Cost is $6.00 for the meeting room at adults and $4.00 for the Coshocton Public children. The West Library located at 655 Lafayette Lions Club Main St., Coshocton, is collecting used Eye OH 43812. Time and Glasses for recycling, place may change as you can bring the eye per yearly schedule. glasses to the Break- Jan 20th - Archeology fast or drop off at Vil- in Coshocton County -“Wendy Schumaker” lage Market. Feb 17th - Tour of SaEast School “Sweets cred Heart Church for your Sweet” Mar 17th - Wood Carvers Newcomerstown East -- “Larry Bryan” School invites you Apr 21th - Living Histo “Sweets For Your tory-Kate -- “Llasha Sweet” Friday, Feb- Philabaum” ruary 13 in the East May 19th - Local HisSchool Gym from 3:00- tory -- “Ken Smails” 5:30 p.m. There will Jun 16th - Coshocton be a huge variety of Advertising -- “Greg delicious homemade Coffman” cookies, candies & Jul 21th - Tombstone desserts available for Restoration -- “James only $5 per pound. Pennell” You can make up your Aug 18th - Writing Your own assortment of fa- Memoirs -- “Christie vorites! Come early Merce” for the best selection! Sep 15th - ShadyAll proceeds benefit bend Manor House -the East School “Re- “Charles Downer” Oct 20th - Nominations lay for Life” team. Nov 17th - Election of Officers Dec 15th - Dinner, Installation of officers, Awards Bluegrass and Buffet. January 30th at Cindy’s Diner, Rt. 62 & Rt. 39 Berlin, Ohio. Music starts at 5:00 p.m. with Saltcreek inc. 330-407-8124

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Chase Bank Another bank team that has been part of Relay for years. Once again a member of their team was on our Planning Committee.

Coshocton Alliance Church Coshocton Alliance Church has been part of Relay for the 4th year now. A church team that works hard and is so greatly appreciated.

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information about their businesses to share with bowlers at the event," stated Mayse. Mayse says she is anxiously awaiting the formation of the teams for next month's event. "It's always very nerve wracking waiting for the teams to call in for information," admitted Mayse. "We have great return teams each year. Annin & Co. usually brings several teams and last year they had 17. Ridgewood Middle School was also a huge supporter last year bringing a large number of teams." Mayse says she hopes to see some challenges developed among teams such as between the Rotary Club and Kiwanis. Bowl for Kids' Sake is also a good way to increase the awareness of the needs BBBS has for volunteers. Currently there are 19 community based matches in their traditional program with 21 children on a waiting list. "The majority of those waiting are boys," said Mayse. "There are a lot of little boys in our community who need positive male role models."



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They have around 30 teens who serve as peer mentors during group events. "This provides training opportunities for the teen volunteers to learn more about mentoring," stated Mayse. "We also have the Side-by-Side parent mentoring which matches inexperienced young parents with more experienced parents offering them a support system." SMILES is a school based mentoring program that focuses on both the academic and social development of children in the school setting. Volunteers commit to meeting with the child in the school for one class period per week. They also offer a program for mentoring children of incarcerated parents. BBBS is a United Way agency, with last year’s allocation comprising 10% of the budget. The remaining is derived from donations, fundraisers, and grants. For more information about the services offered at Big Brothers Big Sisters or to get information about forming a team, call them at (740) 623-8110.


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Mayse is hopeful that there will be at least 95 teams as there have been in the past. In addition to that number, there are usually nearly 50 schools teams that participate. The five-person teams have two hours to bowl two games. They receive a free Dominoes pizza and enjoy the DJ music of Big D's Music on the Run. "Funds are raised by individuals on the teams, who raise money on behalf of the agency," explained Mayse. "Each adult team member is asked to raise at least $50.00. Anyone who raises $75 or more gets one of the Bowl for Kids' Sake T-shirts." Additional funds come from sponsorships from local businesses, including corporate and lane sponsorships. This year’s corporate sponsors are Coshocton Bowling Lanes, Domino’s Pizza, and Kraft Foods. Bowling lanes are also available for sponsorship. At the $100.00 level, lane sponsors are recognized with a banner placed above the lanes. "We encourage sponsors to provide us with

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Repair. Small engines, golf carts, boat motors, auto brakes, exhaust blade and chain sharpening. Welding.

CLASSIFICATION: Private Party – 25 words for $5.00 with each

additional word only $ 25 Commercial Rate – 25 words for $8.00 each additional word only $ 50. Garage/Yard Sales – 25 words for $10.00 each additional word only $.50.

Commercial Rates include:

Animals, Automotive Dealers, Broker Listings, Business Opportunities, Daycare Providers, Employment, Farm Products/Animals, Real Estate, Rentals & Services Offered.


4X4, Running boards. $7,995. 740-623-8337 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee. $13,995. 740622-3936

furnished apartments for rent. Appliances included, no pets. $300$500 rent. 740-5023792 or 740-829-2403

07 Ford Focus SE,

06 Jeep Commander,

4-dr, 28,390 miles. $9,995. 740-622-0001

4x4. $12,995. 622-3936

Sleeping Room with



Mailbu, 4 cyl., 37,025 miles. $10,500. 740-6220001






Furnished and Un-

shower for rent. Asking $150/mo. No utilities paid. 1631 Hay Avenue. 740-622-0705

DUPLEX FOR RENT 2 Bedroom, 1 bath.

$475/mo. 106 E Russell Avenue, West Lafayette. New bathroom, hardwood floors, bright & sunny, w/d hook-up. 310-946-5247

HOUSES FOR RENT 3 Bedroom House for

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Units for Rent. 740622-6010

02 Ford Explorer XLT,

06 Ford Escape XLT/




Lesabre, leather, heated seats, 69k. $7,995. 740-6238337

WANTED TO BUY Wanted to buy Com-





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Quiet Neighborhood!

Very nice brick, ranch home on a flat lot. The home features 3 bedrooms, bath, living room and kitchen on the main floor. The home also has newer carpet, newer wood flooring, newer appliances, newer hot water heater, central air, a family room and bedroom in the basement, ample storage, two car garage, toilet and shower in the basement and main floor laundry hook-up. There is a nice concrete patio outside and a newer storage buidling with electric. Call 740-6220700. Agents Realty & Auction Service.



SXT, $12,995. 740-622-3936


96 Chevy S10 LS,Ext,

bedliner, hitch, 95k. $4,395. 740-623-8337


$18,995. 740-622-3936


Ford Explorer XLT/4WD, 18k miles. $14,500. 740-6220001




AWD, 21,127 miles. $13,500. 740-6220001



Ford Econoline, Handicap equipped. $2,495. 740-623-8337

To place your classified ad call Nicole at 622-4237 or fax to 623-9937 or visit us at 226 Main St.! CLASSIFIED AD





















Friday at 5 p.m. (Prior to Thursday Publication)








Name Address City Phone Private

Place your order by phone: 740-622-4237 or fax: 740-623-9937 Place your ad via e-mail:

State Email Address Commercial


Stop In – 226 Main St. Coshocton 0014 102908


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NEWCOMERSTOWN 224 East Canal St.

740-498-4131 • Classified Hotline 622-4ADS

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January 28, 2009 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 1, Number 19 of The Coshocton County Beacon