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The first half 2011 real estate tax bills were mailed Jan. 30, with a due date of Friday, March 2. As a cost saving measure, any tax bill with a zero balance will not be mailed. Also, taxpayers on the escrow program will not receive a first half tax bill. The Coshocton County Treasurer’s Office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office also will stay open until 6 p.m. Friday, March 2, to better serve taxpayers. A drop box was installed for the convenience of after hour payments. It is located to the left of the drive-thru window at the back of the courthouse annex. If you miss operating hours, feel free to place your stub and payment into the drop box. Any payments left in the drop box after 6 p.m. Friday, March 2, and before 8 a.m. Monday, March 5, will not have a late penalty added. Several banks also will take tax payments. They are: Century National Bank, The Home Loan Savings Bank and Ohio Heritage Bank. Payments also may be paid at the treasurer’s office drive-thru window. This window opened Jan. 31, for the convenience of the taxpayers. If taxes are due, failure to receive a real estate tax bill does not eliminate the responsibility to pay. For questions or concerns about your tax statement or payments, call 622-2731.


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Governor John Kasich stopped at Medbery Marketplace in Roscoe Village on Monday afternoon, Feb. 6, while on his way to Steubenville, where he will deliver the state of the state address on Tuesday. The Governor talked about the current sense of optimism building in the state and told those in attendance that the Governor’s office wants suggestions from members of the community. “What can we do to help grow your community?” said Kasich. Pictured here, Governor Kasich autographs a copy of his book, “Every Other Monday” for local resident Dave Wickham with Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer looking on. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

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Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. will conduct a FAFSA Assistance Night to assist parents and students in filing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information online for the 2012-2013 school year. The program is scheduled for 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, at Coshocton High School in the third floor computer labs. You need to bring records of any income earned by yourself and the student in 2011. Bring the following to the workshop to assist in completing the FAFSA that night: • Parent and student FAFSA PIN numbers. Both the parent and the student will need a PIN number to sign the application electronically. Obtain these ahead of time by visiting the FAFSA website at www.fafsa. ed.gov. • Your driver’s license • Parent and student 2011 W-2 Forms and any records of money earned • Parent and student IRS 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ Tax Returns. This does not mean they have to have been submitted yet, just filled out. • Your 2011 untaxed income records • Social Security (SSI, Disability, or Retirement) • Records of cash assistance from Job and Family Services • Veterans Benefits records • Parent and student bank statements for checking and savings accounts • Your current business and investment mortgage information, business and farm records, stocks, bonds and other investment records • Selective Service Number (Boys 18 and over) • A list of schools to which you want to send financial aid information If you have these documents on hand, you will be able to complete and file the FAFSA that night and get financial aid packages more quickly from schools. Colleges have a FAFSA deadline which you need to meet. Feel free to call and schedule an individual appointment for assistance if you cannot attend Monday, Feb. 13. Brian Crilow, director/advisor of Coshocton County C.A.R.E.S. College Access Program can be reached at 502-6345.

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at bay. The “hail Mary” The commercials. The at the end could have hype. The half-time been orchestrated much show. Which did you better – remember the enjoy more? Certainly college game this year Madonna, even with a involving Wisconsin few slips and missteps, where the guy tipped still performs admirably the ball into another at 53 years old. And for player’s outstretched those that poked fun at arms for a game ending the material girl, come – and game winning, on, wait until you’re 53. touchdown? Yeh, that . . and try to perform at MARK FORTUNE one. Surely an NFL team the Super Bowl half-time could come up with something to show. Doubt it. What was your favorite rival that. But I imagine throwing commercial? Being a true fan of a “hail Mary” pass is more difficult “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”, I rather than it looks. Personally, I felt that the safety enjoyed the one with Matthew Broderick. The dog fetching countless at the beginning of the game set the bottles of bud was okay, but I felt that tone for the level of intensity with the majority of the commercials were the Giants being more physical and actually not that good – especially more dominant on both sides of the considering that the average cost ball. Despite that, the Patriots came for a commercial was over 3 million within a last second pass of winning the game. Two out of three times, the dollars. Apparently, according to the Patriots win in my book. But alas, it internet, the best commercial was the is only one attempt at greatness. On the local front, you have “sling baby” commercial for Doritos. Yeh, that was pretty funny. The Clint several options this Saturday, with the Eastwood commercial was a different Chocolate Extravaganza being held approach for Detroit and the Chrysler at the Career Center, the Lake Park brand. I recall seeing a Chevrolet Sweetheart Dance at the Pavilion, Silverado commercial – but no Ford wing contest at Chili Bible Church commercials. Unless I missed them. and several other opportunities to get Several of the auto manufacturers out and do something to break the spent the big bucks – that tells me winter doldrums. That is, if you want that automotive sales are on the to call what we are experiencing uptick. Remember several years ago this year winter. Wait until March, when all the dotcoms made a lot of I suppose. Even the groundhogs noise with their commercials? Except couldn’t agree on the length of for Go Daddy, those have about all winter this year! Phooey on you and that other groundhog, Phil. Hey, I’m but disappeared. The game itself lived up to enjoying the lack of winter just like the hype only a few times, and Eli you. But I must admit, I do rather like Manning should not have been the a fresh blanket of snow on the trees MVP. That guy from Haiti made now and then. But just on the trees some rather spectacular plays at you understand, just on the trees. critical moments that kept the Patriots

Career Center to have open house CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON The Coshocton County Career Center will be having their 14th annual Open House, which is designed to promote career-tech education in Coshocton County. On Thursday, Feb. 16 from 4 - 8 p.m., the Career Center will open its labs, providing tours and handson activities, which highlight the career-tech program offerings. Career Center students are involved in demonstrating their skills or showcasing a recently completed project. In some lab’s complimentary services are also offered. Area business and industry representatives and past students are also on-hand to discuss employment and further education opportunities as well as “realworld” job experiences and skills application. It’s a great opportunity for parents of sophomores to explore the programs further and to determine whether or not careertechnical training is the right “nextstep” for their child’s education. Called by many “The Winter County Fair,” the Career Center Open House also opens its doors to hundreds of vendors and agencies from across the county. Participants come to educate county residents on their offerings and to show their support for the Career Center. Many

vendors also offer complimentary products and services and/or coupons for discounts on their products or services. Career Center school board members and staff members serve a complimentary spaghetti dinner with ice cream for dessert, while continuous drawings for hundreds of donated door prizes take place in the school’s Commons area. Other exciting activities are planned, including a live ice carving, an Xbox 360 Connect demo, karaoke contest, a cooking demonstration and vocal performances by our local high school choral members. Come visit Big Top Boulevard in the T&I hallway for some circus. You’ll find food and festivities that’ll have you thinking you’re at the circus. WTNS Radio of Coshocton also participates by setting up a live remote broadcast station which follows the evening’s events and broadcasts interviews with Career Center staff members. Please come and join the fun at this year’s event! For further information or to participate, contact Ginger Reiss, Career Center Community Relations Coordinator at (740) 6220211, ext. 137.

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The River View agricultural education department hosted the annual corn club banquet and awards ceremony at River View High School Monday evening, Jan. 30. The club was the first corn club in Coshocton County and chartered in 1957, with D. D. Kennedy the first instructor. Following a delicious buffet style meal of roast beef, turkey, corn, mashed potatoes with gravy, rolls, fruit salad and desserts, Jarrod Allison, the Ohio Division of Wildlife officer for Coshocton County, spoke about how his role serves the community, the impact of deer season on Coshocton County and the partnership between the Ohio Division of Wildlife and area farmers. Allison has been in Coshocton County since last March and with the Division of Wildlife for 10 years. Trophies for the event were provided by the Coshocton Grain Company and the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District. Plaques were provided by Farm Credit Services, Inc. Awards were presented to Craig Hunter for hill land, hand check with 172 bushels per acre. In the machine check category, Dale Hedrick took top honors with 210.54 bushels per acre, Blair Porteus and Sons second with 202.91 bushels per acre and Ben Young third with 201.94 bushels per acre. In bottom land, Eric Scheurman took first

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232.07 bushels per acre; Amy and Beth Porteus second with 231.30 bushels per acre; and Lynn Mikesell third with 225.19 bushels per acre. Machine hill awards were presented to: Dale Hedrick, first place, 210.54 bushels per acre; Blair Porteus & Sons, second, 202.91 bushels per acre and Ben Young, third with 201.94 bushels per acre. The no-till award, sponsored by the Coshocton Soil & Water Conservation District, was awarded to Dale Hedrick with 210.54 bushels per acre. Jim Rich of the River View FFA gave the PHOTO BY MARK FORclosing remarks. A few facts about corn from the TUNE program; corn was first grown in Mexico as a with 157.29 bushels crop by Native Americans 7,000 years ago. The per acre, Kevin Lowe first windmills on record were in Iran and used of Lowe Farms second with 150.67 bushels per to grind corn and over 55% of Iowa’s corn goes acre and Hunter Farms third with 140.6 bushels to foreign markets. per acre. MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM River View agricultural education department hosted the annual corn club banquet on Monday evening, Jan. 30 at River View High School. Pictured are several of the award recipients; Eric Scheurman, Kyle Croft, Dale Hedrick, Knox Porteus, Ben Young, Craig Hunter, Kevin Lowe and Mike Wilson. BEACON


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Do you have pop culture collectibles from the 1940s through the 1980s? The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum is seeking personal collections to display in its upcoming exhibit, Pop Culture—Keeping it Alive, on display from May 19 through July 29. You may have comic books, action figures, posters, album covers, toys, games, or (fill in the blank!). Maybe you have an old video game set (Atari, Nintendo…) that could be available for people to play. We’re hoping to create a fun and interesting experience and we need your help to make it happen. Call or stop by the museum if you are interested or have ideas for the show. Staff is available from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and on weekends from 1 - 4:30 p.m. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. in Roscoe Village. Call JHM at 622-8710 or e-mail: jhmuseum@ jhmuseum.org.

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Julisa Rivera is glad her family chose to send her to Sacred Heart School. “I’ve met a lot of great friends and teachers here,” said the fifth grader. She started at Sacred Heart in first grade along with her cousin Vanessa Rivera. “I like that we go to mass every Thursday,” Vanessa said. Last Thursday students at Sacred Heart invited friends and family to mass with them as part of their Catholic Schools’ Week celebration. “I like Catholic Schools’ Week because you can spend more time with your prayer person and your family,” Vanessa said. After Thursday’s mass students and their special friends attended a reception in the school’s gym, where Virgil and Shirley Bennett were enjoying looking at work on display by

their granddaughter, Grace Gottwalt. “We enjoy looking at her work and meeting other parents, kids and teachers,” Shirley said. Grace, a fourth grader at the school, was enjoying the week. “I like getting to celebrate all the different things each day and I like going here because you get to have God in your classroom,” she said. Catholic Schools’ Week included a breakfast, opening prayer, celebrate our Catholic heritage day, pajama day, the special friends mass and reception and a Chinese New Year celebration. Pajama day was a big hit with several of the students, but many of them also realized that the week was about more than just fun. “This week we got to spend more time learning about God,” Julisa said. Sophi Hardesty is glad God is part of her school days. “We get to talk about God freely here,” said the fifth grader. Parents also like the sense of community that is present at the school. “It’s not just a school you go to and spend part of your day at,” said Sarah Fornara, who has a daughter in the fifth grade. “The sixth graders know the kindergarteners and they all look out for each other and help each other out.” Heather Stewart, who teaches preschool at Sacred Heart agreed with Fornara. “There is never a stranger here,” she said. “At least you are not treated as one.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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REFRESHMENTS Sarah Fornara, PTO president, serves refreshments in Sacred Heart School’s gym. A reception was held after the school’s special friends mass, which is part of its Catholic Schools’ Week celebration. BEACON PHOTO

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1952

February 11th, 1952 Patricia Whitney, organist at Grace Methodist Church, opened the service that Sunday playing “Lead Kindly Light” on the church’s new set of chimes with organ accompaniment. The morning worship service was a special dedication service for the chimes, given to the church by an anonymous donor who also donated a Krakauer spinet piano and a consonatta organ. The chimes were Maas Vibrachimes and had a wide range of 25 tons. They had been installed to play in connection with the console of the church’s organ.

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1962

February 12th, 1962 One hundred twenty-five couples enjoyed dancing the night away at the annual Sweetheart Ball in celebration of the upcoming holiday. The dance was at the Coshocton Armory which was all decorated with red and white to go along with the Valentine’s Day theme. The previous year’s queen, Mrs. Hudak, crowned the new queen, Miss Sandra Burris, during a special ceremony. Her attendants were Nellie Darr, Mrs. Woodrow, Mrs. Elliott, and Mrs. Hart. The event was sponsored by the Altrurian Club.

1972

February 11th, 1972 DeAnn Harris, 10-year-old resident of Coshocton, had received a special piece of mail. She had received a birthday card from President Nixon. DeAnn and the president shared the same birthday of Jan. 9 so she had written to the president earlier that month to inform him. The president wrote back and said, “Since you and I celebrate a mutual birthday, it is a special pleasure to send congratulations to you. I hope your day was an especially nice one, and I am glad to send you warm good wishes for health and happiness in the year ahead.”

1982

February 12th, 1982 The Class of ’59 was coming to Coshocton High School with their hot rods and bobby socks. “Grease” was to be the first production of the Coshocton High School drama club and it promised to be memorable with its 50’s fad costumes and unforgettable music including, “Greased Lightning” and “Summer Nights”. Steve Mitchell and student assistant Amy Thomas added a special feature before the show. Using pictures from Coshocton’s 1950’s yearbooks, the two created a slideshow of old pictures from that era. They hoped it would bring back memories for Coshocton residents. The show also featured a real car on stage and a rock band. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

Pomerene Center for the Arts set for 19th annual Chocolate Extravaganza BY JOSIE McCORMICK DESSERTS

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The Pomerene Center for the Arts Chocolate Extravaganza gets bigger and better each year. “I think it’s so successful because it allows culinary artists in our community a venue to bake, create and display their work,” said Mickie Galajda, one of the event coordinators. “Every year the desserts also get prettier and fancier, plus they taste great.” The 19th annual Chocolate Extravaganza will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Coshocton County Career Center. Galajda was assisted in her planning by Jill Fry and Mindy Brems. Another sign of the event’s success is its move to the career center. “We are going to have ample parking and seating there,” Galajda said. “We also have a beautiful kitchen for our servers to work from.” The move to the career center is the Chocolate Extravaganza’s second venue change in four years. The event first outgrew the Pomerene Center and last year it outgrew the Emmanuel Lutheran Church parking lot. “We hope to be at the career center for many years to come,” Galajda said.

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Tickets for the Chocolate Extravaganza can be reserved by contacting the Pomerene Center for the Arts or purchased at Medberry Marketplace, Good News Bookstore or Dean’s Jewelry for $8 and at the door for $10. With your ticket you get five desserts. One choice from the cheesecake and pie table, one from the cakes and torte table and three from the sweet treats table. “There will be many wonderful desserts that we will replenish all afternoon,” Galajda said. Some favorite desserts from the past events were Mike Abood’s cheesecakes and Wendy Schumaker’s Smith Island 10-layer tort. “Mike makes a raspberry cheesecake that is gorgeous and to die for,” Galajda said. Eighty-six bakers are bringing 112 desserts that will dish out around 1,200 servings. There also are about another 70 people who volunteered their time to help put the event together. “We have a dynamic committee and lots and lots of volunteers,” said Anne Cornell, director of the Pomerene Center for the Arts. The Chocolate Extravaganza also will include a raffle for eight desserts, music by the Cowboy Hillbilly Hippy Folk Band and demonstrations and displays by the Artist Friends of the Pomerene. “It’s a celebration of creativity,” Cornell said. The Chocolate Extravaganza is the Pomerene Center’s major fundraising event. “It helps us keep community arts lively here in Coshocton County,” Cornell said. The event is sponsored by Dean’s Jewelry, Miller Pharmacy, The Old Warehouse Steak n’ Stein, Rainbow Hills Winery and Knobhill Design. Organizers hope to serve 400 and beat last year’s total of $4,000 raised. A large variety of desserts and being listed in the January/February 2012 issue of the nationally distributed Midwest Living magazine should help them accomplish their goal. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


Church hosts Tri-County Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner BY JOSIE McCORMICK

WINGS Contestants prepare to compete in last year’s wing eating contest at Chili Crossroads Bible Church. This year’s Tri-County Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at the church which is located at 29445 County Road 10 in Fresno.

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Dearyan’s wife Julie described some of the planned wild game recipes. “Delicious venison tenderloin marinated in a special blend of spices and herbs and flaky pastry covers popular Squirrel pot pie,” she said. “Many people in the Chili and Fresno area had heard of Reva’s famous squirrel pot pie and were thrilled to see it on the buffet. Spanish mackerel is fresh from the ocean and fried to golden perfection. Cheesy potatoes and delicious desserts round out the exotic and fun menu.” Attendees are encouraged to bring their favorite wild game dish, a side dish or even a dessert. The evening also will include a two hour demonstration by a taxidermist. “He will make a deer head mount from start to finish,” Neal said. “Everyone who comes is welcome to watch him. There is no blood involved. He will start with a tanned hide and sew together a deer head mount for all who want to watch.”

Neal is excited for the demonstration. “I’ve never seen that done in person,” he said. “My guess is that many hunters (or their spouses and kids) have never seen it done in person, so I feel this is a great addition to the program for the evening.” Neal also encourages people to bring their own mounts to display. “Last year people brought their trophies to display and we had bear, fox, pheasant, duck, bass, squirrel and grouse,” he said. “My wife shot the bear. We will display the bearskin and head again this year. “ If you have a picture of yourself with the animal you bagged, feel free to send the picture to Neal at neal@chilibiblechurch.org, and he will include them in a PowerPoint presentation. “This is all free,” Neal said.”It’s not a fundraiser. It’s a fun, feel good community event.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

Christy Gilmore helps promote 4-H with donation to CCMH BY JOSIE McCORMICK

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into the medical field. “She wants to be a nurse practitioner and I think it’s great she was able to use what she’s interested in and her 4-H experience to work on the goals she set,” Nelson said. “We are real excited.” Gilmore worked on the blankets for three days and used a receiving blanket that was used by her family as a pattern.

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Eighteen babies born at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital will benefit from skills Christy Gilmore learned through her involvement with 4-H. On Feb. 1, Gilmore donated receiving blankets she made to the hospital’s birthing centre. “We really appreciate this,” said Beth McKeown, head nurse in the nursery. “We plan to give one out today.” Gilmore, a State 4-H Ambassador and member of the State Fashion Board, made the blankets to help her complete the last of three goals she set to help promote 4-H. “I needed to help with a community project, promote 4-H through the media and do a community service project that used skills I learned while in 4-H,” she said. McKeown was glad Gilmore thought of CCMH for her community service project. “It’s nice to see young people in town giving of themselves,” she said. Lynn Nelson, assistant director of nursing, also was happy to learn that Gilmore wants to go

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Good food and fellowship is what Chili Crossroads Bible Church’s Tri-County Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner is all about. “We love meeting the great people in this community and this is a good way to do that and have some fun,” said Pastor Neal Dearyan. The wing contest and dinner will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at the church which is located at 29445 County Road 10 in Fresno. “This is our second time for the event, but we’ve made it so much better this year,” Dearyan said. Youngsters will be able to burn off their energy in a bounce house and attendees will have the chance to win prizes donated by local business and mingle with political and business leaders who were invited to the event. Wing contest competitors also will face a bigger challenge. “Last year we had no time limited on the wing eating contest and we also let them drink milk or water,” Dearyan said. “This year we are going to do a five to 10 minute time frame and not let them drink anything. The bones also have to be perfectly clean.” About a dozen people competed in last year’s contest. “I’ve heard a lot of macho talk so this year’s numbers could be up,” Dearyan said. The winner of the contest and the junior atomic wing challenge will both get a T-shirt. This year, wings also will be judged for taste, presentation and creativity. If wings aren’t for you, then you may want to try some of the wild game dishes that are being prepared for the event. Dearyan is expecting a mix of pheasant, chucker partridge, moose, deer, elk, wild turkey and fresh Spanish mackerel. “The list keeps growing every day,” he said.

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Ridgewood senior signs with Michigan State

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GENERALS JONES INKS WITH SPARTANS Evan Jones, a 6 foot 6 senior who played football for the Ridgewood Generals, was wearing a smile as large as his football statistics as he signed his letter of intent to play football for the Michigan State Spartans early Wednesday morning, Feb. 1 with parents, coaches and friends watching. Seated l to r are: mom, Amy McQuiston, Evan Jones and dad, Troy Jones. Standing, l to r; coach Jamie McCrea, head football coach John Slusser, coach Chris Cabot and coach Josh Lahmers. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

Evan Jones, a six foot six, 245 pound senior at Ridgewood High School, signed his letter of intent to play football as a tight end for the Michigan State Spartans early Wednesday morning in the high school library. Friends, family and coaches looked on with pride as a smiling Jones signed his name on the line. Feb. 1 is known as national signing day and recruits typically sign their letters of intent on that day.

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Jones played tight end and defensive end for a Generals football team that went to a final four state playoff and won back to back to back IVC league championships. Jones said, “I’ve been waiting for this day for awhile now. I’ve been committed since May but it seems like I’ve been committed for a year. It just feels good to finally get here and move on. It feels good – two back to back 11 win seasons – they’re always ranked as the underdogs. With two back to back seasons of showing what they can do, it’s pretty exciting, I’m ready to get up there and join the family.” Jones said that what helped him get to the next level beyond his physical size is his work ethic, “Work ethic is a big part of it. You have to want it personally and mentally. Everything is mental; you have to tell yourself that you can achieve it.” “The coaching staff here is awesome. I think they’re the best coaching staff in Ohio. I’m pretty blessed to be a part of that. “I’m going to miss the coaches and my fellow teammates.” Jones said that his sophomore season was the highlight of his time at Ridgewood. It was his first year playing. “Just getting to play next to my brother the whole season and make it to the final four. That was a great time.” Jones is looking at graphic design, engineering or possibly business as he pursues a degree but nothing is certain yet. Troy Jones, Evan’s father, said, “It feels great to see your son go through such a perfect

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thing, the recruiting process, and have the chance to go to the next level and have this opportunity. It’s really special. The time here, the experience here at Ridgewood is very special. The coaching staff and everyone, the community has really done a great job with my son, supporting him, they’re great people. The coaches really worked well with him, they deserve the credit.” Head football coach John Slusser said of Jones signing, “It’s very exciting for our program and for our school. It gives a little bit of reality and validity to other kids as they’re coming up through that it can be done. You here all the time, that you want to go do this or that but you may never see it, and now they have a role model that they can follow and it can happen.” Coach Slusser said of Jones, “Obviously his physical size jumped out at us right away, but he’s also a really good athlete with that physical size. He runs well, he moves well, the thing that also sticks out is that he has a really big heart. He’s a really good boy. Our county, for as little as it is, has been really fortunate the past twelve months to have two Big 10 football players sign, Shaw from Coshocton and now our kid. When you think about some of the athletes we’ve turned out, the Olingers from here to Ohio State, the Daugherty girls to Division I to play basketball. When I think about these kids, I think about how classy they are, and I think Evan will fall right into line with them because he has the biggest heart of anyone I know. “There seems to be an ingredient in these kids, they all have some physical attribute that makes them special, but they’re all pretty special on the inside too. And that’s good for our kids to see, you don’t have to be arrogant, you don’t have to be a poor student, you don’t have to be a tough guy, you can be a really nice guy and be a tremendous athlete. That’s what Zach Shaw did, that’s what Evan did and that’s what the Olingers did. “The thing about E (Evan) is that I think his desire has grown every day that he’s been involved. He started out as a young kid when he came to us as a sophomore. He was a little unsure; I tried to tell him as a freshman in high school that he could be somebody special. I think he’s bought into it a little bit more every day, I’ve seen his desire only growing every day as he grows up. “When we got him the first day of practice as a sophomore, he gave us 110 percent every day; he was never a kid that you had to motivate in practice by yelling or with punishment. He was always self motivated to be good. We’re proud of him.” MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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RIVER VIEW’S EATON like to lose and she just keeps punching at it.” SIGNS WITH CARKristin said, “I’m just relieved. It was a hard River View DINALS

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Sunday, Dec. 2 and Monday, Dec. 3. Tour information will be available at www. christmascookietour. com. The Amish Country Lodging Council is an association of area lodging providers operating under the auspices of the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce and whose mandate it is to provide guests with stays that DONATION At its Jan. 18, Innkeeper Roundtable, the Amish Country Lodging are rewarding and Council presented to charity representatives, checks totaling more than $6,800 to memorable. each organization. Pictured are Loretta Coblentz from the Barn Inn and chairperson of the Amish Country Lodging Council’s Christmas Cookie Tour Committee, Dr. D.J. McFadden of Holmes County Health Department receiving the donation on behalf of Hospice of Holmes County, and Pastor Larry Hasemeyer of Gateway Fellowship Church receiving the donation on behalf of the Love Center Food Pantry.

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At its Jan. 18, Innkeeper Roundtable, the Amish Country Lodging Council presented to charity representatives, Pastor Larry Hasemeyer of the Love Center Food Pantry and Dr. D.J. McFadden of Hospice of Holmes County, checks totaling more than $6,800 to each organization. Recipes of Christmas past spiced up the Fourth annual Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns during A Very Vintage Christmas event, held in December 2011. In addition to benefiting charities, the event awarded 12 of the area’s finest inns and B&Bs a stage to showcase their award-winning and unique properties. The inns prepared classic delights from the recipe book “Festive Favorites,” a compilation of more than 350 delectable cookie recipes, and served them up with 1940s flair. Visitors on the tour enjoyed seeing how each inn incorporated the 1940s theme. Vintage holiday décor, Christmas trees dressed with tinsel, and Christmas cards from a by-gone era decked the halls and guestrooms of the inns. The 2012 inn-to-inn tour will be held

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River View senior soccer player Kristin Eaton signed her letter of intent to play soccer for the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals in a ceremony held in the high school library Friday, Feb. 3 with her parents, RV girls soccer coach Dave Kridler, athletic director Rod Lindsey, assistant high school principal Matt Colvin, high school principal Chuck Rinkes and Doug Spade, interim superintendent for River View Schools, looking on. Coach Dave Kridler said of the significance of Eaton’s signing, “It’s very well earned. I have told my fellow coaches in the last two years at district meetings that I’ve felt that she is the best defender we’ve ever seen in the Eastern district. She has an uncommon combination of composure and tenacity and a great competitive

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decision to pick which college to go to. It’s just a big relief to know where I’m going. I’m really competitive and I’m looking forward to the competition at the next level.” “My parents and my peers and my coach have helped me get to this level. Being surrounded by good teammates makes it easier. They all want the same thing, to play in college and that’s what I wanted,” said Eaton. Eaton said a favorite highlight was during her sophomore year in a match against St. TO BY MARK FORTUNE Clairsville, when she shut down Jackie Dutton, who was trying to reach 200 goals for her career. Dutton, who originally signed with Clemson spirit. I think that she University, transferred to Kent State University will relish playing at last summer and holds the Ohio high school the next level.” record for most career goals scored with 192. Kridler also explained Rod Lindsey, athletic director at River about the effort it takes to play at the next level, View, said, “This is a great opportunity not “We try to keep our kids options open. We feel only for Kristin but for her family and we’re that there is a place for more kids than end up not only sending away an outstanding athlete on playing in college. Part of the experience that we the soccer field - that’s been well documented give them is to help open up some opportunities – but Wheeling Jesuit University is also getting at the next level. Kristin’s family worked very an outstanding young lady and she’ll do well in hard through their devotion to club play and the whatever she decides to do. We’re excited for exposure she’s had. They’ve worked really hard her and hopefully we’ll hear good things in the at the process and it does take some work on the future from her. For Coach Kridler, it’s hard to players and the parents end to make things come replace a two time first team All-Ohioan, but together. It’s not just about having talent. It’s he’s always done an excellent in finding those forging connections.” replacements and I’m sure that will be the case Mom Jeannie Eaton said, “I’m very excited next fall.” for Kristin. Kristin has worked very hard MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM and I think she’ll do well. I think her sheer determination and her competitive spirit have senior soccer standout signed her letter of intent to play soccer for the Wheeling Jesuit University Cardinals Friday, Feb. 3 with her parents, coach and school administration watching proudly. Pictured l to r seated are; Mom Jeannie Eaton, Kristin Eaton and dad, Scott Eaton. BEACON PHO-


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As a second grader, Alex Griffith is already a skilled foul shooter. The Keene Elementary student and son of Toni and Adam Griffith, recently won the 8-9-year-old category of the District Elks Hoop Shoot in Dover after winning the local competition in Coshocton. “I felt awesome that day,” Alex said. “When I’m up there making shots I’m pretty relaxed.” He made 23 shots out of 25, which was the highest score of all classes, boys and girls. “I heard about the hoop shoot and thought it would be fun,” Alex said. “Every day after school I went down to the gym and practiced at the foul line.” He would like to play point guard someday. “I like being out there, shooting the ball and being with my friends,” Alex said. “I just love the game.” Basketball was even incorporated into his birthday celebration. The same weekend he won in Dover, Alex also got to see the Harlem Globetrotters play in Wheeling, W.Va. with his parents and his sister Olivia. “We did the meet and great before the Globetrotters performed so he got to get up close and get their autographs,” said Toni. Alex was 7 when he competed in the first

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two hoop shoots but turned 8-years-old Feb. 5. According to Toni, contestants had to be 8-yearsold by April 1 in order to take part in the event. “We are especially proud of him because he was just 7-years-old when all this took place and was going up against 8-9-year-olds,” she said. Alex’s next stop is the State Elks Hoop Shoot, which is set for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17-18, in Grove City. “I’m going to just keep going after school and practicing,” he said. Toni said Alex spends at least 20-30 minutes a day practicing. “He worked very hard to get as far as he has,” she said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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Alyssa Zimmerman. Eighth grade: Travis Billings, Gage Bosson, Deryk Bowman, Lydia Brady, Alycia Bragg, Exzayvya Carroll, Seth Casey, Naomi Catalogna, James Cornelius, Sarah Corwin, Justin DeMoss, Katelin Dials, Brave Duerson, Raven Durben, Blake Erman, Logan Fisher, Brice George, Nathan Grewell, Jason Hall, Samantha Huffman, Richard Huston, Amber Jenkins, Dylan Jennings, Nickolas Kirkpatrick, Pranav Kotla, Kaitlyn Krebs, Nichlos Matchett, Jessica McGuire, Robert Michael, Scott Miller, Bryce Philabaum, Kevin Renicker, Betty Richards, Jeannie Shroyer, Kristy Spence, Bo Wells, Haley Zimmerman. Ninth grade: Halie Arnold, Leslie Boteler, Patrick Brouse, Dylan Brown, Georgia Brown, Shanya DeMoss, Autumn Dickerson, David English, Jamie Foster, Billy Francis, Thomas Gauerke, Gavin Gray, Brian Hall, Emily Hartley, Kelbie Johnson, Kevin Larntz, Hannah Lentz , Tristan Madison, Mitchell Martin, Austin McClain, Chasee Nelson, Anthony Newell, Hailey Rhodes, Tyler Silverthorn, Tristen Spinks, Logan Walters, Kan Wang, Michael Wilson, Randy Woodby. 10th grade: Morgan Adams, Peyton Bair, David Buker, Quantesha Carlton, Corbin Coffman, Krista Gray, Joshua Jackson, Nikki Jobe, Shelby Kestler, Brooke Kobel, Jaelynn Meek, Javanna Ramsey, Cierra Roberts, Caley Shaw, Marc Smith, Katie Stiteler, Kelly Towner, Alex Wheeler, Colin Yandam, Benjamin Zimomra. 11th grade: Dyson Bowman, Hayden Cantrell, Nicole Carling, Tanner Cognion, Kendra Cornelius, Alyssa Dickerson, Duke Furstenberg, Zachary Jennings, Kallie Johnson, Kirsten Kempf, Zachary King, Tanisha Means, Christian Osborn, Cade Powers, Alexa Sutton, John Tarman, Alex Taylor, Amber Walters. 12th grade: Shane Appis, Preston Bair, Miranda Brown, Nathaniel Conidi, Kelly Cooper, Rebecca Dile, Kelly Florian, Troy Frazee, Joshua Helbling, Jusdeanna Hughes, Marissa Hysong, Kyle Jackson, Seth Jackson, Andrew Jarvis, Aurora Lyons, Maxx McKenna, Cole Moody, Dylan Ogle, Morgan Parker, Brody Philabaum, Mason Ruby, Chelsea Schumaker, Miranda Tarman, Shane Thornsley, Brandon Walker, Steven Wegener.

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Katie Tupper, Kallie Unger, Morgan Unger, Kristina Vickers, Matthew Walters, Cameron Wiandt, Shania Zeigler. 10th grade: Tayler Burke, Casey Fortney, Joshua Hilgenberg, Nathan Lain, Michael McGuire,Alexandra Philabaum, Kaitlyn Salmans. 11th grade: Emily Baker, Ashley Blakely, Brock Bolden, Olivia Bosson, Ethan Brown, Kyle Corder, Karah Lain, MacKenzie Martin, Emilee Pell, Hannah Ringenberg, Nicholas Roof, Emily Simpson, Lauren Szymczak, Ashley Wright. 12th grade: Audrey Arron, Paige Bell, Alicia Blakely, Brennan Bowman, Byron Brenneman, Jacob Bresciani, Austin Bryant, Marcus Bullock, Samantha Carroll, Emily Clark, Katie Clough, Kayla Cowden, Corrie Cox, Nichole Dejesu, Jennifer Eikenberry, Abigail Frank, Sara Hamilton, Coleton Helter, Evan Johnson, Alexander Lawrence, Hawken Lewis, Austin McCrea, Brittany McFarland, Amber Meiser, Nathan Mercer, Austin Moore, Adam Myers, Brittany Neiger, Lacy Pate, David Powers, Johnathan Rivera, Alex Roman, Chelsea Scheitler, Catie Shearn, Chelsea Shingleton, Gavin Shryock, Ren Simpson, Taylor Slaughter, Katie Snider, Brandon Taylor, Ryan Terrell, Samantha Thomas, Clayton Turner, Allison Wiandt, Jacob Will, Amber Zimmerman, Katherine Zingg. The following Coshocton High School students were named to the merit roll for the second nine weeks grading period. Seventh grade: Reanna Ackley, Chandler Allen, Catherine Andrews, Lauren Babcock, Chase Bishop, Dakota Bookless, Brent Bordenkircher, Sarah Brake, Jeremiah Brock, Shealynn Bullock, Cassidy Cantrell, Kaedyn Carroll, Iesha Cass, Triston Conn, Kelsey Crown, Hannah Dunlevy, Brandon Elliott, Samuel Fortune, Nolland Fowler, Ivan Garcia, Makenna Graves, Dallas Griffiths, Michaela Guinther, Courtney Guthrie, Matthew Jenkins, Kyler Johnson, Noah Kaser, Austin Krasky, Lauryn Leopard, Charles Mack, Chase McHenry, Felicia Merck, Seleena Murray, Robert Nealey, Johnathon Noon, Steven Oliver, Macy Parks, Jordan Peyatt, Beau Rosier, Christopher Schumaker, Robert Shroyer, Erin Storsin, Peyton Taylor, Logan Thornsley, Sheyanne Walker, Cindy Wang, Kristaney Wilson, Travis Winterringer, Marilee Workman,

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run Hidden Treasures as space is available. Our first contribution to the series comes from Nina Drinko. She found a framed photo and gardening tips saved by a former owner of her State Route 621 home. “The home was built in 1973 by Ed Hunter and I purchased it in July 2000,” Drinko said. “I recently had cable work done at my home and these items were found in the living room under a built-in entertainment center. Mrs. Hunter was an avid gardener and left behind hand written notes and indoor gardening information from 1980.” The photo is of a Loretta Deeds who was 21 HIDDEN TREASURES These items were found by Nina Drinko while having work done on her State at the time it was taken. Route 621 home. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE Mc“It looks as if the framed picture was taken CORMICK in the early 1900s,” Drinko said. After locating the items, Drinko contacted Have you found a box of old newspapers hidden Scott Hunter, the son of Ed Hunter. in your attic or done some remodeling and found “I will be dropping these items off to Scott old photos stuck behind a cabinet or in a draw? for his family to treasure,” she said. The Beacon wants to hear about your hidden If you have a hidden treasure to share with treasures. us, send your information and a photo to news@ Send us an e-mail detailing what you found, coshoctoncountybeacon.com. how you found it, if you were able to reconnect JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM with the owner and their family and what you plan on doing with the items. A picture of your discoveries also is greatly appreciated. We will

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Valentine’s Day is a celebration of friends, family and love BY JOSIE McCORMICK For years several of my former co-workers, a few friends and I gathered together around Feb. 14, for what we called our Anti-Valentine’s Day party. Red wasn’t allowed, stickers with crossed out hearts were passed out and there was no talk of love. I don’t remember when the parties ended, but I do recall when I realized I needed to start looking at Valentine’s Day in a different way. One year after planning our annual party, my fellow female co-workers and I walked into work to discover that Valentine’s Day had exploded. We each had fake rose pedals scattered about our area, stuffed animals perched on our desks and I believe we also each received a rose. Our Valentine was one of the male co-workers in our office. He wanted us to celebrate the holiday and not be bitter about it. His kindness and gifts definitely made me see that Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers. Now when I think about Valentine’s Day I remember how lucky I am whether I’m dating someone or not. I have family members that will always stick by my side and friends who are like family. I even have three birthdays to celebrate on Valentine’s Day. For me, Valentine’s Day is now a time to show appreciation and love to HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MILLERSBURG PRE

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Romance is in the air at Coshocton Lake Park this weekend, Feb. 11 at the annual Sweetheart Dance in the pavilion. Sit back and listen to the soothing sounds of the Lake Park Big Band as they play some of the greatest hits from the 1930s and 1940s including famous songs from a by-gone era such as hits by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, and Sammy Kaye. “The last couple of years, there’s been a tremendous following,” said Lori Everhart, Lake Park Director, “A lot of groups now are doing dance lessons, so this gives them a place to BIG BAND Gwenna Neal sings with the Lake Park Big Band come and put that to use.” during a past Sweetheart Dance. This year’s dance will be held This is also the same weekend Saturday, Feb. 11. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the dance is from that the All-Ohio Youth Choir comes 8 – 11 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students. All of the to Coshocton for their annual reunion proceeds go to Friends of the Park. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO concert, and after a long Saturday THE BEACON practice, a lot of the choir members reflecting the upcoming Valentine’s Day attend the dance, as well as some holiday. Reds and pinks will be the theme for the local teens. “It’s really fun to see the young people out evening with lights wrapped around the rafters, decorated tables, and a large heart hanging from enjoying the big band music,” said Everhart. The Friends of the Park provide refreshments the ceiling. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the dance for a donation at the dance such as popcorn, cookies and pretzels, but anyone is welcome is from 8 – 11 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults to bring their own if they wish. The Friends of and $12 for students. All of the proceeds go to the Park meet every month and begin planning Friends of the Park. “I think it’s just something different you the event in November. Volunteers decorate can’t go anywhere else and hear,” said Everhart, the pavilion the night before, take money at the “and the fact that it’s at Lake Park and that’s door, and make sure that everyone is having fun what they played here and that’s what these during the dance. “Even if you don’t dance, it’s just a fun folks danced to. There’s just not a whole lot of atmosphere to come and listen to the big band,” events out there like this anymore.” This year, the event is sponsored by said Everhart. The decorations are simple and elegant, Coshocton Trucking. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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The following students were named to the honor roll for the second nine weeks at Warsaw Elementary School: Bailey Bowman, Carolyn Cox, Brody Fischer, Macey Geog, Gage Haines, Aleigha Hardesty, Kelsey Hartsock, Lincoln Lawrence, Macey Mizer, Olivia Roof, Madison Shaw, Ryleigh Waite, Morgan Welch, Erin Wilson, Kennedy Wright, Dusty Bassett, Malek Better, Sophia Darling, Gavin Donnell, Addison Hagy, Brevin McCurdy, Allie Murray, Faith Reeves, Cal Shrimplin, Lincoln Titus, Patricia Villers, Aaron Adkins, Sarah Belt, Hailee Bowman, Chase Chaney, Caleb Dille, Tramon Ferrell, Jessica Hartsock, Shelby Minton, Kailyn Shalosky, Cole Shaw, Madie Shaw, Jack Sorrell, Lane Wahl, Taylor Berry, Will Doyle, Riley Emig, Alex Endsley, Abby Jennings, Brody Kalinen, Brett Kinzel, Erik Kron, Kadden Mobley, Allison Prouty, Caleb Shriver, Kaitlyn Stanton, Marie Stufflebean, Breann Cass, Andrew Corwin, Bryce Duncan, Alexis Fry, Ryan Gildow, Nicolas Grashel, G. Hunter Haines, Jared Hall, Brennon Hardesty, Bailey Hettinger, Logan Lawrence, Alicia Lonsinger, Natalie Mickley, Conner Ott, Jaina Royer, Patrick Stanton, Claire Warschauer, Sean Watts, Cydney Whiteus, Kelsie Williamson, Yacine Bowen, Isaiah Cameron, Serenity Cannon, Ethan Cunningham, Ranelle Jennings, Bailey Long-O’Rourke, Frankie McDonald, Chase Mosholder, Willy Scheck, Hannah Shaw, Rylee Sondles, Harold Tipton, Richard Tipton, Trase Berry, Bruce Collins, Warren Cox, Grant Cullison, Allison Davis, Micah Grashel, Josie Gray, Madison Jones, Kylee Metz, Sydney Minton, Cassie Reeves, Lauren Saunders, Raynor Shoemaker, Skyler Stewart, Keith Stewart, Quinn Wherley, Dalton Banks, Jocie Carter, Augusta Kinzel, Kassidee McVay, Austin Horn, Danny Tipton, Lydia Darling, Megan Salmons, Cheyenne Kelly, Jenna Daugherty, Dylan Tarrh, Hayli Brown, Livia Large. The following students were named to the honor roll for the second nine weeks at Warsaw Elementary School: Jason Affolter, Katelyn Hardway, Chesney Lanham, Ben Maleszewski, Payton Poorman, Hallie Roberts, J.T. Roberts, Hannah Weaver, Nick Holdsworth, Dakota Mizer, Lewis Mizer, Joey Hunley, C.J. Rizzolo, Brandon Tyler, Gannon Unger, Andrew Conrad, Jayvin Deeds, Jayden Matthews, Andrew Orillion, Hunter Fabian, Mekayla Bargar, Caleb Fischer, Jarret Hardway, Tanner Plichta, Michael Watson, Danny Gardner, Dakota Shrimplin, Mariah Medley, James Stewart.

Ridgewood Rec having signups CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Ridgewood Rec will have signups for summer baseball and softball from 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16 and from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Ridgewood Elementary cafeteria. Registration forms are available in the elementary and middle school offices.

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Reba Kocher, daughter of Mark and Barbara Kocher, was named the February 2012 West Lafayette Rotary student of the month.

Reba, a Ridgewood High School junior, is an active member of the marching band, concert band, pep band, jazz band, choir and the school musicals. Her athletic participation is track. Her clubs at school include the book club, Foreign Language club, teen institute and quiz team. Academically, she has a 4.0 average. Community activities take much of her extra time. She is involved in Relay for Life, Coshocton Youth Foundation and Coshocton Baptist church where she runs the sound booth and helps with VBS and Awana. Camp Echoing Hills is included in her volunteer work. When asked to name the person who has contributed to her self-development, she named her father as he is always there to encourage and help when she needs it. The experience that has given her the greatest satisfaction was when she volunteered at Camp Echoing Hills as a camp counselor. Seeing those kids light up meant everything to her.

CHS’s Woodrum selected to coach Big 33 Football Game BY JOSIE McCORMICK

Jim Woodrum, Coshocton High School’s football coach, was recently selected to coach in this summer’s annual Big 33 Football Game. “It’s an honor first of all because I was chosen by my peers and because this shows respect for our program,” Woodrum said. He also credits his assistant coaches for helping him get this honor. “Without them I wouldn’t be here,” Woodrum said. “I’m very WOODRUM fortunate because our staff has been together so long.” Woodrum expects big things out of his football players every year. “Our goals never change,” he said. “We are

going to be a little bit young (next year), but we expect to win and the community expects us to win. We are going to work very hard.” The Big 33 Football Game is scheduled for Saturday, June 16 in Hersey, Pa. It will be televised on the NFL Network at 7 p.m. “I always tell the kids you don’t get the high honors unless you come from a good program,” Woodrum said. JOSIE@ COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON. COM

Black Heritage event to feature Ohio State Big Band Jazz Ensemble CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) invite the public to the ninth annual Black Heritage event: Harlem Renaissance: Many Voices, One Sound. Experience the energy and enthusiasm of the Harlem Renaissance period with the sounds of music, dances and poetry of the 1920s and 1930s. Go back in history as student performers of Ohio State Newark and COTC and The Ohio State University’s Big Band Jazz Ensemble delight the audience with the zest and spice of the early 20th century. The event will be held

from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, in the John Gilbert Reese Center’s Alford Performing Arts Hall. This family-friendly event is free and open to all. The event is jointly sponsored by the COTC Office of Academic Affairs, students groups Ebonye Horizons and Band of Brothers, the Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs, and the Black Heritage Planning Committee. For information, e-mail taylor.1051@osu.edu or call 740-3669443.


NewPointe Church offering Bible study in Coshocton

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Precious Treasures hosted a soup supper Feb. 3 at the day care, 120 W. Union Ave. in West Lafayette. The evening also included an art auction of work by the children and a silent auction. Pictured are employees of the day care. BEACON PHOTO

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Crocheting class offered at Johnson-Humrickhouse CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Enter the museum at the back door on the lower level. To register, contact the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum at 622-8710, or e-mail jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org.The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. in Roscoe Village.

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Three beginner classes in crocheting will be offered at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum on the third Saturday of the month, beginning Feb. 18. Participants will begin a new project in each class. The instructor, Jessie Tubbs, has made a name for herself making whimsical animal hats, which can be viewed on her business’s Facebook page, Hooked on Hats and more. Classes run from 9 a.m. to noon. Participants should bring a crochet hook (G or H) and a skein or two of worsted yarn--acrylic, wool or a blend. The class is informal and fun. The coffee pot will be on. Topics for each month are: Feb. 18: Introduction to basic stitches, terms and abbreviations. Students will begin a scarf. March 17: A refresher in the basic stitches and then on to make a slouchy beanie. April 21: Make an animal hat (bunny, chick, bear, monkey or ?) Cost is $9 per class or all three for $25. (Friends of the Museum get $1 off each class)

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worship services. “Our vision is to lead people into a growing relationship with Christ,” said Mason. “And part of that is to help other churches. Our vision is to raise the spiritual element in every area we go into and to help people explore the love and light of Christ in their lives, because if you look around, we are beaten and battered and bruised. When that describes our society, you know we’re not doing very well.” Everyone in the community is invited to attend the 10-week Bible study. For more information about the NewPointe Church, visit their Web site at www.newpointe.org.

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coming from Coshocton to NewPointe in Dover.” Mason will be introducing the Coshocton community to NewPointe church by conducting a 10-week Bible study at the Liberty Church, located at 313 Main St. above the Good News Book Store. The Bible study will begin on Wednesday, Feb 8 starting at 7 p.m. and lasting about an hour. The study will be on the book of Nehemiah, which is a book exploring God’s plan and how to live your life. “Most people get to the end of life asking what could have been,” said Mason. “Nehemiah is a book about leadership and how I should lead my life, so hopefully, when they get to the end of their life, they’re not asking that question.” NewPointe also works with other churches and invites them to use their building for their

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More than 25,000 residents in Coshocton County do not have a church that they call home. Over the course of the next ten weeks, Dwight Mason, pastor of NewPointe Church in Dover, Ohio hopes to change that by bringing more people to know Christ. “Our goal is not to target the 6,000 in Coshocton who already go to church,” said Mason, “We are targeting the 25,000 who are not going to church.” The NewPointe Church has campuses throughout northeast Ohio with about 3,000 attending the Dover campus alone. Other campuses are located in Millersburg and Canton. The hope is to have a NewPointe Church in Coshocton County. “We are exploring doing a launch, a campus there,” said Mason. “We have about 200 people

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DELINQUENT LAND TAX LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0035, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 005-00000064-00 ADDREss: 29001 sR 60, Warsaw, OH 43844 Amount Due: $3,293.97, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Justin R. Williamson Address: 29002 state Route 60, Warsaw, Ohio 43844 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: Ohio Heritage Bank Address: 200 Main street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Name: The unknown spouse of Justin R. Williamson Address: 29002 state Route 60, Warsaw, Ohio 43844 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day

for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) williamson_justinr2012CI0035

LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0037, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 042-00000516-00 ADDREss: 54115 TR 172, Fresno, Ohio 43824 Amount Due: $833.80, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: F. Renee Bishop and Ronald W. Bishop Address: 54115 Township Road 172, Fresno, OH 43824 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: The unknown spouse of F. Renee Bishop Address: 54115 Township Road 172, Fresno, OH 43824

Name: The unknown spouse of Ronald W. Bishop Address: 54115 Township Road 172, Fresno, OH 43824 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) bishop_freneeandronaldw2012CI0037 LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0034, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 032-00000042-01 ADDREss: 14124 CR 3, Frazeysburg, Ohio 43822 Amount Due: $703.03, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax


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Name: The unknown spouse of shawn D. Moore Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: Frank Wolford and Mae Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: The unknown spouse of Frank Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: The unknown spouse of Mae Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: Green Tree Financial servicing Corporation Address: 345 st. Peter street, st. Paul, MN 55102

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Name: Frank Wolford and Mae Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: The unknown spouse of Frank Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name: The unknown spouse of Mae Wolford Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of personal property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) moore_shawnd 2012CI0041

LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0042, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it.

Name: The unknown spouse of James J. Asire Address: 1624 Hay Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name: The unknown spouse of Wendy L. Asire Address: 1624 Hay Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name: Wachovia Bank, NA Address: 701 Corporate Center Dr., Mailcode NC4743, Raleigh, NC 27607 Name: City of Coshocton Address: 760 Chestnut street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name: Genesis Healthcare system Address: 800 Forest Avenue Campus, Zanesville, OH 43701 Name: state of Ohio, Dept. of Taxation Address: P.O. Box 530, Columbus, OH 43266-0030 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) asire_jamesj&wendyl2012CI0042

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LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0041, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain personal property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such personal property, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such personal property for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the personal property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can

Name: The unknown spouse of shawn D. Moore Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822

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Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12)

such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 043-00002567-00 ADDREss: Hay Avenue, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Amount Due: $1,074.04, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: James J. Asire and Wendy L. Asire Address: 1624 Hay Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:

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Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: shawn D Moore Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:

be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 032000-0-4 MOBILE HOME ADDREss: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Description of Property: 1996 Fleetwood Mobile Home Amount Due: $921.98, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: shawn D. Moore Address: 14124 County Road 3, Frazeysburg, OH 43822 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:


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DELINQUENT LAND TAX LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0040, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 043-00003329-00 ADDREss: John street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Amount Due: $785.92, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: David C. Grier and steven D. Grier Address: 664 vine street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: The unknown spouse of David C. Grier Address: 664 vine street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name: The unknown spouse of steven C. Grier Address: 664 vine street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name: Beneficial Ohio, Inc. dba: Beneficial Mortgage Co. of Ohio Address: 301 N. Walnut street, Wilmington, DE 19801 Name: Capital One, Bank (UsA) N.A. Address: 1500 Capital One Dr., Recoveries PMO Legal, Richmond, vA 23238 Name: Great seneca Financial Corp. Address: P.O. Box 1651, Rockville, MD 20849 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence

or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) grier_davidc&stevend2012CI0040 LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2011 ci 0105, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of february, 2011, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 020-00000169-00 ADDREss: 705 s. Center street, West Lafayette, OH 43845 Amount Due: $3,996.72, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Joanna Hughes-Crisp Address: 705 s. Center street, West Lafayette, OH 43845 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. Address: 1111 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240

Name: Coshocton Associates, LLC Address: 331 W. Thornton Ave., st. Louis, MO 63119 Name: The unknown spouse of Joanna Hughes-Crisp Address: 705 s. Center street, West Lafayette, OH 43845 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12) hughes-crisp_joanna2011CI0105

LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0046, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 040-19200049-01 ADDREss: TR 455, Dresden, Ohio 43821 Amount Due: $436.46, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs


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Name: The unknown spouse of C.A. Miller Address: No Address, service by Publication Name: The unknown heirs of C.A. Miller Address: No Address, service by Publication

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Name: The unknown spouse of Barbara Hunley Address: 20372 T.R. 411, Walhonding, OH 43843 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12)

Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2010 Ci 0053 State of Ohio, Coshocton County BaC hOMe lOaNS SerViCiNG VS JeNNa lYNN SCheetZ aKa JeNNa SCheetZ, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF JEFFERSON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 26641 t.r. # 31, WarSaW, OhiO Parcel # 014-00000267-00 & 014-00000411-01 Said Property appraised at $32,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. tiMOthY l. rOGerS, Sheriff COShOCtON COuNtY, OhiO attOrNeY: JOhN d. CluNK, StOW, OhiO 44224

hunley_larrybarbara2012CI0047

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scheetz_jennalynn 2010 CI 0053

NAME CHANGE LEGAL NOTICE Notice Content: NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME In Re: Change of name of Kateri Marie Wollard to Kateri Marie, Case No. 21260004. Applicant hereby gives notice to all interested persons that the applicant has file an Application for Change of Name in the Probate Court of Coshocton County, Ohio requesting the change of name of Kateri Marie Wollard to Kateri Marie. The hearing on the application will be held on the 26th day of March, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M. in the Probate Court of Coshocton County, located at 426 Main Street, Coshocton, OH 43812. Kateri Marie Wollard 18201 County Road 80 Frazeysburg, Ohio 43822 (CCB: Feb8, 2012) wollard_katerimarie

Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2009 Ci 0832 State of Ohio, Coshocton County U.S. Bank natiOnal aSSOCiatiOn vS MarilYn r. kniCelY aka MarilYn M. kniCelY, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

Contact me at The Coshocton County Beacon for professional sales advice on classified listings.

Nicole Phone: 740-622-4237 Email: nicole@coshoctoncountybeacon.com

Said premises located at: 1003, 1005, 1007 vine Street, COShOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 043-00002849-00 Said Property appraised at $39,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. tiMOthY l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COUntY, OhiO attOrneY: kiM M. haMMOnd, Cleveland, OhiO 44113 knicely_marilynr2009CI0832

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LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0047, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal

Name: The unknown spouse of Larry Hunley Address: 20372 T.R 411, Walhonding, OH 43843

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Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before march 21, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date march 21, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Feb8,15,22’12)

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incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: C.A. Miller Address: No Address, service by Publication Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:

description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 031-00000249-01 ADDREss: 20372 T.R. 411, Walhonding, Ohio 43843 Amount Due: $1,138.44, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Larry Hunley and Barbara Hunley Address: 20372 T.R. 411, Walhonding, OH 43843 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:


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Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2009 Ci 0905 State of Ohio, Coshocton County M & t Bank vS riCky e. Deringer, et al.

ALIAS SherIff’S SALe Of reAL eStAte Case # 2010 CI 0208 State of Ohio, Coshocton County

alias sheriff’s sale Of real estate Case # 2010 Ci 0016 state of Ohio, Coshocton County

JPMOrGAN ChASe BANK vS SUSAN fOSter, et AL.

Chase hOme finanCe, llC. vs James a. taCkett, et al.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of March, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of march, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

Said premises located at: 50474 C.r. # 186, freSnO, OhiO Parcel # 017-00000141-11 Said Property appraised at $60,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 1251 vINe Street, COShOCtON, OhIO Parcel # 043-00003136-00 Said Property appraised at $40,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 1445 OrChard street, COshOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 043-00002322-00 said Property appraised at $39,000 Outside appraisal

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

tIMOthy L. rOGerS, SherIff COShOCtON COUNty, OhIO

timOthy l. rOgers, sheriff COshOCtOn COunty, OhiO

AttOrNey: ChANNING L. ULBrICh, CINCINNAtI, OhIO 45202

attOrney: kevin l. Williams, COlumbus, OhiO 43216

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF KEENE.

tiMOthy l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COunty, OhiO attOrney: SCOtt P. CiuPak, twinSBurg, OhiO 44087

foster_susan2010CI0208

deringer_rickye2009CI0905

ALIAS SherIff’S SALe Of reAL eStAte Case # 2011 CI 0332 State of Ohio, Coshocton County

ALIAS SherIff’S SALe Of reAL eStAte Case # 2009 CI 1052 State of Ohio, Coshocton County

DeUtSChe BANK NAtIONAL trUSt vS rIChArD G. StOWerS, et AL.

ChASe hOMe fINANCe, LLC. vS rYAN L. MCLAughLIN, et AL.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of March, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of March, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF MILLCREEK.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

Said premises located at: 525 hILL Street, COShOCtON, OhIO Parcel # 044-00000464-00 Said Property appraised at $78,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 29685 tr # 209, COShOCtON, OhIO Parcel # 023-00000343-00 Said Property appraised at $70,000 Outside appraisal

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

tIMOthy L. rOGerS, SherIff COShOCtON COUNty, OhIO

tIMOthY L. rOgerS, SherIff COShOCtON COuNtY, OhIO

AttOrNey: rOBert r. hOOSe, StOW, OhIO 44224

AttOrNeY: S. SCOtt MArtIN, CINCINNAtI, OhIO 45202

stowers_richardg2011CI0332

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Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2010 Ci 0272 State of Ohio, Coshocton County ChaSe hOme finanCe, llC. vS alva w. kirk, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of march, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 624 Cemetary Street, COShOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 043-00004507-00 Said Property appraised at $30,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. timOthy l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COunty, OhiO attOrney: angela D. kirk, COlumbuS, OhiO 43216 kirk_alvaw2010CI0272


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the BaNK Of NeW YOrK MellON vS MiChael J. WalSer, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 2nd day of March, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in VILLAGE OF WARSAW. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. tiMOthY l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtON COuNtY, OhiO attOrNeY: KeviN l. WilliaMS, COluMBuS, OhiO 43216 walser_michaelj 2009CI0995

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The following Sacred Heart students earned perfect attendance for the second grading period: Second Grade: Colston Lauvray; Third Grade: Brandon Jacobs and Sydney Stewart; Fourth Grade: Grace Gottwalt; Fifth Grade: Lindsey Cox, Josie Fornara, Sophi Hardesty, Nancy Nguyen and Kenzie Potter; Sixth Grade: Mattison Harrison. Students on the honor roll include: Fourth

Grade: Grace Gottwalt and Lacey Richcreek; Fifth Grade: Annie Bosson, Lindsey Cox, Josie Fornara and Sophia Kobel; Sixth Grade: Mattison Harrison, Hannah Jacobs and Abby Zimomra. Students on the merit roll include: Fourth Grade: Zoe Stafford; Fifth Grade: Sophi Hardesty, Kenzie Potter and Vanessa Rivera.

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A blood screening will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday, March 10, at West Lafayette First Baptist Church, 688 E. Main St. in West Lafayette. Tests offered include: Regular profile for $30; TSH which is screening for thyroid disease for $18; PSA Test which is a cancer screen for men for $20; A1C for diabetics for $20; and colorectal screening kit for $4. Blood pressure and cataract/glaucoma checks are free. No appointment is needed. You must be at least 18 and fast for 12 hours before your tests. Results will be sent to your physician for no charge and to yourself for the donation of canned food items. Coffee, juice and donuts will be served after your blood is drawn. For information, call 545-6743. The blood screening is sponsored by the Rotary Club of West Lafayette, which is being assisted by Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, Dr. Scott Keating and the Coshocton County Medical Squad.

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The Roscoe United Methodist Church Relay for Life team will be holding a benefit dinner for this year’s Relay this Saturday evening, Feb. 11, CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the church. The menu Do you have a priceless snow story from “the consists of chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, baked good ol’ days” in Coshocton? We’d love to hear beans, sloppy jo’s, desserts and door prizes if it. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum’s next you attend in shorts! Our Town Stories discussion will be at noon Thursday, Feb. 9. All are invited to share memories from your past or retell those stories that your parents or neighbors have told you throughout the years. Thursday’s theme is Snow, Plowing, Games & CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Memorable Storms. If your story is interesting, The Muskingum Valley Chapter of the National entertaining or surprising, please come and share. Wild Turkey Federation will hold its 23rd annual Free beverages and cookies will be provided, and Hunting Heritage Banquet Saturday, March 3, at admission for the program is free. Lake Park Pavilion, 23253 State Route 83 North. Our Town Stories is presented on the second Buy your tickets now to be entered in the early Thursday of each month. March’s topic is bird drawing for a chance to win a long beard Doctors, Veterinarians and Home Remedies. For raffle package. The winner will be drawn, information contact the Johnson-Humrickhouse Wednesday, Feb. 15 Museum at 622-8710 or jhmuseum@jhmuseum. For information, call Dwaine Scheetz at 622org. 9063 or 622-8497 or Sean Murphy at 327-5781. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. Museum hours through April are 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

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Spaghetti Supper. There will be a community Valentine’s Day spaghetti supper at the Tiverton Grange located on SR 206 and CR 20 on Friday, Feb. 10 at 5 p.m. The menu will include spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, dessert and drinks. There will also be a cake walk, and games for children, youth and adults. Donations are accepted and everyone is welcome. Sweetheart Dance. Make plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lake Park Big Band at the Sweetheart Dance. The dance will be from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Lake Park Pavilion, 23253 State Route 83. Tickets are $15. Refreshments will be available or you are welcome to bring your own. The event is sponsored by Friends of the Parks and Coshocton Trucking. For reservations, call 622-7528. Valentine’s Dinner and Dance. The Grace United Methodist Church will be having a Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dance on Saturday, Feb. 11. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. Reservations are requested by calling the church at 622-1302. There will also be a dance with a DJ following the dinner. Child care will be provided. A free-will offering will be accepted for

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Chocolate Extravaganza. The 20th annual Chocolate Extravaganza will be Saturday, Feb. 11 from 3 – 5 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center located at 23640 Airport Road. Tickets are $10 at the door and $8 in advance and can be purchased at The Pomerene Center, Dean’s Jewelry, Good News Book Store, and Medbery Marketplace. Tickets can also be reserved at www.pomerenearts.ortg or by calling 622-0326. Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church will be hosting a TriCounty Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. Enjoy pheasant, chucker partridge, moose, deer, elk, wild turkey and fresh Spanish mackerel. Bring your best wings to impress the panel of judges and participate in the hot wing challenge. A t-shirt will be awarded to the champion. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 in Fresno. Spaghetti Dinner. Dinner will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 at Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church, 45494 CR 23. Menu includes spaghetti, Italian or garlic bread, salad, dessert and drinks. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at Good News Book Store, Wilson Carpet and Furniture and on Sundays following worship. Proceeds will benefit Youth Alive for Christ. 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. Feb. 25 will feature Chestnut Ridge Gospel Bluegrass Band.

Announcements 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. 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. Relay for Life Meetings. Relay for Life will be having team/captain meetings at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church at 6:45 p.m. on Mondays. The schedule is as follows: Feb. 27, March 26, April 16, April 30, and May 7. Relay for Life is Friday, May 18 at 6 p.m. to Saturday, May 19 at 6 p.m. Blood screening planned for March. A blood screening will be from 7 - 9 a.m. Saturday, March 10, at West Lafayette First Baptist Church, located at 688 E. Main St. in West Lafayette. Tests offered include: Regular profile for $30; TSH which is screening for thyroid disease for $18; PSA Test which is a cancer screen for men for $20; A1C for diabetics for $20; and colorectal screening kit for $4. Blood pressure and cataract/glaucoma checks are free. No appointment is needed. You must be at least 18 and fast for 12 hours before your tests. Results will be sent to your physician for no charge and to yourself for the donation of canned food items. Coffee, juice and donuts will be served after your blood is drawn. For information, call 545-6743. The blood screening is sponsored by the Rotary Club of West Lafayette, which is being assisted by Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, Dr. Scott Keating and the Coshocton County Medical Squad.

Church Events Community Dinner. The Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church has a community dinner the second Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served at the Burt Fellowship Hall on Orange Street.


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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. VFW meetings. VFW 1330 Auxiliary meets the first Monday of each month at the Post located at 614 Walnut Street at 9 a.m. Please attend.

School Events Sweets for Your Sweet. Newcomerstown East School invites you to their fourth annual “Sweets for your Sweet” sale on Friday, Feb. 10 rom 3 – 5 p.m. in the gym. There will be hundreds of delicious

Wednesday, Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 16, 23: Babytime Lapsit: Coshocton Public Library; Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2, and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. Register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 16: Winter Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. Taught by Holli Rainwater Noon - 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Monday, Feb. 13, 20, 27: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Monday, Feb. 13: Coffee Club: Coshocton Public Library; Senior adults 55 and up are invited to join the club for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - Noon

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Coshocton Soil and Water meeting schedule. The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District will be using the following schedule for their monthly Board Meetings: January, February, March and December, the second Wednesday of the month at 10 a.m.; April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November, the second Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. Most meetings are at the District Office, located at 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton. If you would be interested in attending the meetings or would like more information, call their office at 622-8087, ext. 4. The Chairman of the Board may need to change the date and / or time of meetings throughout the year. You will be notified if the meeting date is changed.

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Ridgewood Rec signups. Ridgewood Rec will have signups for summer baseball and softball from 6 - 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16 and from 6 - 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Ridgewood Elementary cafeteria. Registration forms are available in the elementary and middle school offices.

Tuesday, Feb. 14, 21, 28: Tuesday Evening Preschool Storytime: Coshocton Public Library; Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to join in the fun of this Preschool Storytime. Listen to stories, sing songs, learn fingerplays, and even make a special craft from time to time. Register by calling the library at 622-0956, or in person. 6:30 - 7 p.m.

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Alice Hoover to speak at Genealogical meeting. The Coshocton Genealogical Society will meet Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 7:30 - 9 p.m. in the basement of the Coshocton Public Library. Alice Hoover will portray Lemonade Lucy Hayes during the White House Years. New members are welcome. Come meet old friends, and make new ones. Cost is $10 per year for an individual or $12 per couple. The society meets every third Tuesday.

Tuesday, Feb. 14, 21, 28: West Lafayette Branch Preschool Storytime; West Lafayette Branch Library; Children ages 3 - 5 may come to the WL Branch Library to hear stories, sing songs, and learn fingerplays. Register by coming to the library or by calling 545-6672. 11 - 11:15 a.m.

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Winter Sports Passes Available. Coshocton Redskins winter sports season passes are now on sale in the principal’s office, during school hours. Boys Basketball, Punch Cards, and Winter Sports Pass are available.

Tuesday, Feb. 14: Computer Classes: Coshocton Public Library; 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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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.

S’COOL. River View Junior High School choirs will present S’COOL on Friday, Feb. 24. S’COOL is a Teenage Rock/Pop Musical that captures the highs and lows of a day in the life of the average teenage student transitioning to adulthood. The musical will feature RVJH 7th and 8th grade choirs with solos by many students including: Morgan Anglin, Garrett Fabian, CC Brown, Sarah Holmes, Michael Belt, Sami Trowbridge, and Hunter Holdsworth. The performance will begin at 7 p.m. at the River View High School Auditorium. Cost for admission is a $1 donation. Food will be available at the RVHS Music Boosters concession stand from 5:30 – 7 p.m. before the performance.

Monday, Feb. 13: Crazy for Cupcakes at the Library: Coshocton Public Library; Children ages K 6th grade are invited to the Large Meeting Room of the library from 4 - 5 p.m. to go crazy for cupcakes! Enjoy cupcake stories, play games, make a cupcake craft, and decorate your very own cupcake treat! Register by calling the library at 622-0956. Reservations for this program will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 10.

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Church of Christ. The Church of Christ at 1800 Chestnut Street has new winter hours for the clothing room and food pantry. They are Feb. 16, and March 1, 15, and 29 from 9 – 11 a.m. Beginning in April, they will be open every Thursday from 9 – 11 a.m.

sweets to choose from and you can make up your own selection of favorites for only $5.50 per pound. Come early for the best selections. All proceeds will fund educational incentives and opportunities for East School students.

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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: Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The month of March will begin weekly distributions. At this time, they are asking for winter clothes donations only until spring. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. The phone number is 824-3228.

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Community Calendar Tuesday, Feb. 14: Crazy for Cupcakes at the Branch: West Lafayette Branch Library; Children ages K - 6th grade are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library from 4 - 5 p.m. to go crazy for cupcakes! Enjoy cupcake stories, play games, make a cupcake craft, and decorate your very own cupcake treat! Register by calling the Branch Library at 545-6672, or register online. Reservations for this program will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 10.

Thursday, Feb. 16: W.L. B.E.S.T. Night @ the Branch (Teens): West Lafayette Branch Library; Books. Electronics. Snacks. Teens. It’s the best night for teens to be at the Branch! Grades 7 - 12 are invited to the Branch library for this after hours program. Laptops, games on the PlayStation2, booktalks, friends and snacks will be there in abundance. Space is limited, so be sure to register. Call 545-6672. Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 13 by 7 p.m. 5 - 7 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 16: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club: Coshocton Public Library; Pizza and Pages--The Book Club for children in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades, will be in The Small Meeting Room each month during the school year, except for December. The book for February is “Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Paterson. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library at 622-0956 to register for this event. 4 - 5 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 17: Anime Marathon: Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - 12 are invited to this Anime Marathon. The marathon will last five hours and will feature a variety of animes. Snacks will be provided. Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 13 by 8 p.m. Event is free. Registration is required. Call 622-0956. 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 23: Teens Talk Titles: Coshocton Public Library; Teens Talk Titles is a book club for grades 7 - 12. The club meets the last Thursday of each month to discuss a genre in Young Adult books. The specific genre that will be discussed at each monthly meeting will be announced at the discussion. Young Adult Coordinator, Jennifer Ricketts will provide a list of suggestions, but members are open to pick any Young Adult title in that genre. Bring your book to share with other club members. Pizza and drinks provided. February- Read any book with a hint of romance. This can be an attraction between two individuals or a love affair demonstrated by the main character towards a hobby, a job, a pet, or anything they show passion for! Register by calling 622-0956. 4 - 5 p.m.

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WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time clean 2BR apt. located in Coup and removal of rub- shocton, W/D hook-up, nice neighborhood. $400. bish. 740-545-5025 mo. $400 deposit. No pets, references required. Call Kevin Barrett 740APARTMENTS 623-8325 740-610-8305 Seasoned Firewood, FOR RENT large loads $50 delivered. 740-622-5846 AREA RENTAL INFOR- Coshocton, 2 BR upMATION. Houses and stairs, smoking-non, very Firewood, seasoned, Apartments. Rent or clean, range, fridge, AC split and round short piec- I’ll help you buy! Call $375 month, 1 yr. lease/detoday! posit, references checked. es $50. 8ft. bed you load. 740-622-9791 Call 740-829-2035 Call after 5:00 p.m. 740829-2748. 15819 CR 429 1BR apt. in Coshocton Willscreek. 10 to 15 cords near downtown. $450/ Large 1BR apt. 154 to sell. mo. plus utilities. Nearly Burt Ave. $295/mo. new flooring, new appli- 2 story heated shop, ances, no pets. 222 S 24x32 with office/bathHAY 2nd Street. 330-231-1258 room area. 147 Burt Ave. $350/mo. 740-202-0353 First-second cut Orchard grass Timothy hay. Round 1BR, 1 mile West of Coor square bales. Round shocton. $350/mo. plus Roscoe, 2BR duplex, bales $20 and up. 740- deposit, references, stove, fridge, AC, garage. 824-3621 lease, smoking-non. 740- $425/mo. plus deposit and utilities. 740-824-3152 622-7303 740-502-3168

1 acre on CR 16 between WL and Coshocton, 3BR and 2 full baths has been remodeled. 2 car garage. Asking $600/mo. No pets. 740-819-0302 HOMES FOR SALE FSBO, 3-4 Bedroom, 1 bath, close to an acre of land, A/C, total electric. $70,000. 2228 Cambridge Rd. 740-502-0645 AUTOS Caddy, year 2007, 69,603 miles, green, 4dr. Chevy 2010 Mailbus LS, 44,000 miles. Call 740-202-2882 MOTORCYCLES 2008 HD Custom Bobber, black chrome, 110 CI Reutech engine. 6 speed chrome transmission, rigid frame, 30 degree rake, open belt primary. 2,000 miles. 740-545-0886 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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The Jackson Township 2011 Year End Cook Wanted. Country Report is complete and winery needs cook for can be viewed by consummer weekends.June tacting the fiscal officer to September specializing at 740-622-6980. Shelly in barbque ribs and chick- Webb-Fiscal Officer en. Must be mature and reliable. 740-498-9667 The Jackson Township Board of Trustees will hold HELP WANTED. 28-32 their regular meetings for hours per week. Pos- 2012 the last Wednesday sible full time. Must be of each month at 7 PM at able to follow directions. the Fire Department 887 Attention to detail is very SR 541. Shelly Webb-Fisimportant. Experience in cal Officer sewing helpful. Candidate needs to have a positive SERVICES OFFERED attitude and the ability to work with the public. HANDYMAN, I’ll do all difMail resume to: Designs ferent kinds of handyman by Michele, 1020R Ce- work. Also roofing, exterior dar Street, Coshocton, painting, siding, roof coatOhio 43812. NO PHONE ing, gutter cleaning, yard work, hauling of all differCALLS PLEASE! ent kinds of scrap metals, brush, cleaning out barns LEGAL NOTICE and garages and other The Jefferson Township things. Call 740-575-4571 2011 Annual Financial Report is completed and Soy Candles for sale, available for viewing by Snow Shoveling, Lawn contacting the Fiscal Officer at 824-4445. San- Mowing, House cleaning. dy Fitch, Fiscal Officer Free estimates. 740-8243096 The Regulatory Annual Financial Report of TiAPPLIANCES verton Township for the year ended December 31, 8 electric dryers $502011 has been complet- $175. 1 gas dryer $95. ed. It is available for public Speed Queen washer/ inspection at the Tiverton Township Hall, in Tiverton dryer set $125/each. Center (SR 206 and CR Frigidaire full size stack20 intersection) by ap- able (8yrs. old) $450. GE pointment. For an appoint- gas range $175. Kevin’s ment contact the fiscal Used Appliances. 740officer at 740-824-3441. 390-5114 No checks. No Sallie R. Gates, Fiscal Of- phone calls after 7p.m. ficer Tiverton Township

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