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STNA ENJOYS 50-YEAR CAREER PAGE 5 YOUTH CHOIR RETURNS TO COSHOCTON PAGE 10 VALENTINE’S DAY PAGES 14-15 LIBRARY HAS MO WILLEMS’ PARTY PAGE 17 CLASSIFIED PAGE 27 This edition of The Beacon published in memory of James G. Perkins

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A crowd gathered around Jude Duling Feb. 7 to watch him finish his Valentine’s Day bag. Students at the Montessori Preschool made bags to use during their Valentine’s Day party and also personalized cards. If you are still looking for a way to celebrate with your sweetheart, take a look at our Valentine’s Day pages for some great deals from local businesses. PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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COSHOCTON - The United Way of Coshocton County’s 2012-13 campaign is nearing completion with $358,208 pledged to date or 94 percent of the $380,000 goal. To come so close to goal in the present economic climate of Coshocton County is remarkable and the United Way Board and staff would like to say “Thank You.” This would not be possible without the help of every donor. Every donor is invited to attend the United Way Annual Meeting and Awards Presentation Breakfast at 7 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. The cost is $10

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Call for Show Times! 622-3456 (film) Starting Thurs, Feb. 14: “A Good Day to Die Hard” (R) Starting Fri., Feb. 15: “Escape from Planet Earth” (PG-13) Super Saver Tuesday $2 All Day Long! (excludes certain movies)

Party on Sunday, Feb. 17th at Warsaw Fire Station 1-5pm

Happy 95th Birthday Janice Bechtol will be 95 years old February 28, 2013.

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Happy 90th Birthday Harold Durben

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per person (this is a self-supporting event) and includes a breakfast buffet catered by CCMH. Breakfast buffet will begin at 6:45 a.m. Reservations can be made by sending $10 per person to: United Way, PO Box 84, Coshocton, OH 43812. For additional information, call the United Way office 622-4567 or email execasst@ coshoctonunitedway.org. It is not too late to pledge your support to the United Way campaign. With the increasing number of job losses and families in crisis, your pledge can help many people in Coshocton County receive the help they need. Many of our senior citizens need assistance with paying for necessary medication; children and families need food, clothing, and shelter assistance; and families who are working but can’t afford insurance will not be able to get immunizations for their children that will keep them healthy and disease free. United Way’s goal is to support the programs that give a hand up to the people in Coshocton County in times of crisis and assist them in returning to or becoming healthy and productive. If you have pledged to United Way, I thank you. If you have not, I urge you to call us today at 622-4567 and we will send you a pledge form. Make a difference in the lives of so many by getting involved today.

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COSHOCTON - Registration for SOCCA, the Soccer Organization of the Coshocton County Area, is going on now through Sunday, Feb. 24. This recreational soccer league is open to boys and girls in grades K through 12. Fees are $45 per player. Registration forms are available online at www.playsocca.org as well as McDonald’s, area schools and Carroll’s Men’s Shop. Parents are encouraged to volunteer as coaches and team managers. SOCCA is a volunteer-led non-profit organization. For information, visit www.playsocca.org.

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years have been difficult and we need this to be a success so we can continue to provide the services we offer.” In addition to helping a good cause, Bowling for Kids also is a fun escape from your daily activities and the chance to eat pizza, win prizes and enjoy time with family and friends. “We try to make it a party and a celebration of the kids and the services we offer to them,” Mayse said. “A lot of people also come that don’t bowl any other time of the year. It’s fun because no one cares about your score.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON – Bowling for Kids isn’t about who can knock down the most pins. It’s about helping children. The event is an annual fundraiser for The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County which offers a variety of mentoring programs including: Bigs & Littles – matching adult volunteers and children ages 6-18; Peer Mentoring – designed to provide youth, grades 9-12, the opportunity to mentor; SMILES – school based mentoring; and Side By Side Parent Mentoring – a support program for parents. The center also offers educational opportunities for parents, professionals and mentors. “We have a lot of real loyal supporters for Bowling for Kids,” said Sheila Mayse, executive director. “They know the children in our community are being well served by our programs.” More bowlers, however, are always needed to make sure these programs continue. “All you have to do is call us prior to the event and register your team,” Mayse said. Bowling for Kids is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22-23 and lane times are 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., 1 to 2:45 p.m. and 3 to 4:45 p.m. at Coshocton Bowling Lanes. “We always shoot to fill the lanes, but last year we were down a little bit so we are trying some new things,” Mayse said. The Mentoring Center has planned bowling themed events to keep people’s minds on their annual fundraiser. The next one coming up is the Breakfast Bowl, which is scheduled for 6:30 to 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 15, at the center on the second floor of 410 Main St. For a minimum donation of $5 attendees can fill their bowls with breakfast goodies. Anyone who attends the event and decides later on to get a bowling team together can do so by calling 623-8110 to register their team. This year’s fundraiser will have a 1950s theme and participants are encouraged to raise at least $50. “If we fill every lane and everyone raises at least the minimum amount we will reach our goal,” Mayse said. “Financially the last few

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on your letter carrier t was a “wild” or the folks staffing the weekend all across counter at your local the county. Whether post office. It’s not their you attended the annual decision. That came Chocolate Extravaganza from Washington D.C. at the Career Center, the The post office lost $16 sweetheart dance at the billion last year and the Lake Park Pavilion on Saturday elimination Saturday evening, or will save $2 billion. the Wild Game dinner That still leaves a lot at the Chili Crossroads of cash to find. Like Bible Church on Sunday MARK FORTUNE many bureaucracies and evening there was lots to do in our community. Perhaps you organizations, we suggest starting at spent a quiet weekend at home, took the top. in a movie – please support our local The President of the National movie theater in the Downtowner Association of Letter Carriers said Plaza! – or took advantage of a the move was disastrous and would balmy Sunday afternoon to wash the harm small businesses. Not this one. winter road grime and salt off your Just bring me my mail on Monday. car – there is always lots to do in our The one thing this could do is create community. a bottleneck on Monday. No one With a slight warming trend this wants to see people lose their jobs or week, the next item on the agenda even reduced hours. That we don’t need. Hopefully the post office can must be . . . mud! Something besides that use retirements to help offset the groundhog – take your pick – the one potential job losses. in PA or our very own varmint here In my opinion, the carriers and in OH – tells me that winter is not yet those that staff and run the post offices gone. Hang on, spring is on the way! throughout our county are wonderful And after consuming some people, hard workers and can be of those chocolate treats over the counted on to deliver mail in all kinds weekend, I need spring so I can of weather just like their catchphrase. start getting back in shape following They are also kind, courteous and I winter hibernation. Perhaps I should enjoy talking to them. take up hockey . . . Now, this is not a done deal yet. The United States Post Office The federal government has this as has announced plans to eliminate part of their spending resolution that Saturday delivery starting this August expires in March. So, nothing will be – good idea – five years too late. final until then. The current funding Don’t underestimate the US Postal measure expires in March and would Service – think about what they allow the Postal Service to change its do six days per week – sorting and delivery schedule unless Congress delivering millions of packages and prohibits it in the next spending letters to virtually every household resolution. We will see. in America. I don’t know how they do it and they do it well. So if you are not happy with this – don’t pick

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AWARD Pictured from left are: Event Co-Chair and member of the Society of Civil War Surgeons Peter D’Onofrio, Central Ohio Technical College President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D., Event Co-Chair Robert Mergel. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON NEWARK - At a meeting of the Lifelong Learning Institute, Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D., Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) president was honored for the college’s continuing support of the Annual Reynoldsburg Civil War Encampment and Reenactment. Dressed in Civil War-era uniforms, Event Co-Chairs and members of the Society of Civil War Surgeons Robert Mergel and Peter D’Onofrio presented Coe with two plaques signifying the college’s continuing support of their event. Coe accepted the awards and expressed the college’s appreciation for what their reenactment represents. “Your event brings history to life for our students.” Adding, “It’s simply all about strengthening education.” The award presentation was attended by Lifelong Learning Institute members. Launched in July 2004, the Institute offers a year-round menu of courses, “Coffee and Conversation” events, lectures, writing workshops, and book discussions hosted by COTC’s Pataskala Campus. Central Ohio Technical College is a fully accredited, two-year public college dedicated to providing high quality, accessible programs of technical education in response to current and emerging employment needs, as well as encouraging the professional development of students, staff, faculty and administrators to assist them in achieving their maximum potential. COTC operates campus locations in Newark, Coshocton, Knox and Pataskala. The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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COSHOCTON – Mary Dobson likes taking care of people. “I really enjoy the residents and spending time with them,” she said. “The money is not why I am here.” Dobson, an employee of Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation – Coshocton, has worked as an STNA for 50 years. Her mother-in-law got her started in the field in 1963 after she was married. She began her career at Haven of Rest Nursing Home, which was on South Sixth Street and spent some time at the Coshocton County Home before coming to her current location in 1974. Dobson said as an STNA she is responsible for getting residents of Kindred in the bath or shower in the morning, helping them with their breakfast, helping them in and out of bed, getting them to the bathroom, answering their call lights when extra assistance is needed and taking care of paperwork. One of the biggest changes Dobson has seen in her field over the years is how patients are moved. “We have a lot more modern things to work with to lift them in and out of bed and transfer them and it helps a lot,” she said. Over the years Dobson has seen family

BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS members come to her facility. “I treat everyone the same,” she said. “My mom was even in here but I didn’t take care of her. I didn’t want anyone thinking I gave her more attention.” Nothing keeps Dobson from enjoying what she does. “I’ve seen some really, really bad cases, but I like my job,” Dobson said. “I couldn’t quit. I want to work.” The 66-year-old works at Kindred three days a week and also has picked up some private

duty jobs. “I enjoy caring for people and the responses you get from family members about how much they appreciate you,” Dobson said. Her advice to anyone thinking about becoming an STNA is to make sure it is something you want to do. “Everyone becomes like family and they keep you on the go,” Dobson said. “It’s not boring.” Lynne Hill is one of the residents at Kindred who Dobson cares for. “It (being an STNA) is a hard job,” Hill said. “Someone is always wanting something, but we appreciate what they do. I can’t walk so I have to depend on someone else to help me.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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button entrance through the front entry and unrestricted access through the rear hallway. The new security change involves the addition of bifold doors at both the front and rear entrances to the treatment area. Patients will check in with the triage nurse located immediately inside the main ED entrance and will be escorted to a treatment room by an ED nurse as soon as a room is available. As in any emergency room, patients are seen in order of the severity of the patient’s condition. This allows the most life-threatening conditions to be treated quickly within accepted timelines to ensure the best chances for recovery from severe illness or injury. In addition, visitors will be limited to two per patient at any one time. This allows ample space for physicians and nurses to provide care while recognizing the importance of the support provided by friends or family members. Each patient will be issued two visitor badges; only those visitors wearing badges will be admitted to the treatment area. A visitor telephone is located near the ED entrance. By lifting the receiver, visitors are connected to the unit desk attendant who can provide access according to the patient’s wishes. Internal push-button controls will allow visitors to exit the treatment area as needed. “We recognize the importance of maintaining the safety of our patients and our

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HEARING TEST SET IN COSHOCTON COUNTY

Free hearing tests will be given at the Beltone Hearing Aid Center Brand New Office at 135 Downtowner Plaza Coshocton, OH The test will be given by a licensed Hearing Care Practitioner, Thursday, Feb 14th from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb 19th from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding conversations is invited to have a FREE hearing test to see if this problem can be helped! Bring this coupon in for your FREE HEARING TEST, a $125 value. Humana hearing care discount program, Anthem BCBS hearing care discount program & Wellpoint hearing care discount program provided by Beltone. Most insurance plans and HMO plans welcome.

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employees while providing high quality care in the fast-paced emergency room environment,” said Jason Bryant, director of emergency services. “Patient and employee safety is compromised when anyone can wander in or out of the ED patient bays at will. By limiting access to only those necessary to provide medical care or patient support, we’re able to focus on the immediacy of emergency care in a more private, secure manner for our patients.” The following is the process patients can expect when arriving at the emergency room: • Enter through the main sets of doors into the ED lobby and check in with the triage nurse. • The nurse will quickly assess your condition and advise you to wait in the lobby for the ED nurse to escort you. You may be admitted immediately for treatment or you may need to wait; this will depend on the severity of your condition or the volume of patients already waiting for care. • Two visitor badges will be issued per patient for visitors to use when requesting entry. Visitors can pick up the telephone receiver located outside the treatment entrance to be connected with the ED unit clerk to request admittance. Visitors will be “buzzed in” as appropriate for the patient. “The first point of contact for patients will continue to be our triage nurse,” said Bryant. “But our entire staff will happily assist with questions as we introduce this safety enhancement for our patients and employees.”

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in a china teacup. The Anything Goes Speakeasy Party is a fundraising event for the Coshocton Footlight Players and Friends of the Museum. Advanced tickets are $12; at the door, $15. Purchase your tickets by phone or stop by the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum, located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. For information, contact the museum at 740-622-8710.

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COSHOCTON - Enter into a world of mobsters, flappers, family wars and revelry…and don’t forget the backroom gambling, live music, “Bathtub Gin” and swell eats. It’s all the glamour and intrigue of the 1920s without the smoking Tommy guns and sticky blood. The Anything Goes Speakeasy Party will be erupting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. Think Scarface, The Untouchables, and Boardwalk Empire—the days of prohibition, Mafia wars, great cars and the stories of the rich and glamorous riding the wave of the Great Depression. Party-goers will enter through the backdoor, but only after whispering the secret password to the bouncer. Once you enter, no real names will be allowed. Come with an alias or you’ll be given one…with a family affiliation. 1920s’ attire is encouraged with a prize going to the best-dressed Sheba and Sheik. What no fedora or low-waisted dress in your closet? Ritzy, sexy or simply the cat’s meow works, too. You will be part of the action as one mob family goads another and every big cheese tests you to see if you are hard boiled or a pushover, a flat tire or cat’s meow. You’ll also want to carry a few extra clams—better to pay off the coppers than spend the night in the slammer. Hi-Fi Rendezvous will be playing throughout the evening, and a small dance floor will be carved out for those who want to swing. Compete in the Charleston to win a free drink. Another area will be set aside for gambling. Chips may be purchased with real money or Mafia money that is handed out as pay-offs, bribes and

awards throughout the evening. Win enough chips to purchase raffle tickets for swanky prizes. A cash bar will offer, wine, beer and cocktails. Don’t forget, this is the time of bathtub gin and bootleg bourbon, often cloaked

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Memories

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February 19th, 1963

Elizabeth Gehrke had been chosen unanimously as the Family Service Volunteer of the year for 1962 at Lockbourne Air Force Base in Columbus. Mrs. Gehrke, originally from Coshocton, was the wife of Major Edward Gehrke, also from Coshocton. Mrs. Gehrke had received the award for the second consecutive year from Colonel Lassiter, commander of the base who announced she had donated more than 1,600 hours to the Family Service Program, 325 hours in the past year alone. Mrs. Gehrke was also Volunteer of the Month in July and Volunteer of the Year in 1961.

COSHOCTON - Marilyn’s Natural Foods, 430 Main St., will host a book signing for Bethany Thompson’s “Little Birdie,” a Civil War novel, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 20. The Newcomerstown Public Library in Newcomerstown, 123 E Main St., is also hosting a book signing for Thompson from 3 - 5 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 21. Thompson’s mother, Susan Daugherty Thompson, taught second grade at Ridgewood’s West Lafayette Elementary for six years, and her father, Joe, is the director of the Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp, a therapeutic wilderness camp for emotionally-troubled boys. Thompson’s uncle, Bill Daugherty, his wife, Caroline, and their family are well-known in Coshocton’s community. Her cousins, Kristen, Kari, and Andi Daugherty have all been part of River View’s Lady Bears basketball team. Thompson’s grandfather, Martin Daugherty, and his wife, Greta, are still a part of the Daugherty farm. Thompson’s aunt, Patty Thompson, taught

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Febraury 14th, 1973

Two local high school students had been selected to be featured in the seventh annual “Who’s Who Among American High School Students”. Ellen Neff, a senior at Coshocton High School, and Debra Lynn Mossman, a junior at River View High School, were the two honored students. Inclusion in the national publication was an honor reserved to less than two percent of high school students in all 50 states. The two students were selected for their leadership in academics, school, student, and community affairs. They would have their biographies published in the magazine and compete for one of ten $1,000 scholarships.

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Doris Green of West Lafayette and Virginia Big Soldier of Wisconsin had been writing to each other as pen pals for three years and finally had the chance to meet at Doris’ home. Doris began corresponding with Virginia when she read that Virginia was in a sanatorium and was looking for a pen pal. Virginia, who was of the Winnebago tribe, said she wrote over 30 pen pals when she was in the sanatorium, and still kept in contact with 10 now that she had been released, but Doris was the first one she had met. Virginia’s husband, Fred Big Soldier, was a first class sergeant serving in the United States army. Virginia planned to visit him in Germany soon.

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kindergarten for 38 years at Ridgewood’s West Lafayette Elementary before retiring in 2011. At present, Thompson lives in Summerfield, with her family. She enjoys reading, playing recreational volleyball, writing, singing with her four sisters, and playing guitar and piano. In 2011, all five Thompson girls recorded a music CD. Bethany’s newly-published novel, “Little Birdie,” is the story of Esther Sullivan’s journey to womanhood through the confusing and heartbreaking years of the Civil War. The compelling, realistic relationships in her life bring adventure, grief, faith and romance as she cares for others, despite all she has lost. If you are looking for a heartwarming story to occupy a long winter evening, attend the book signings at Marilyn’s Natural Foods and the Newcomerstown Public Library to purchase your own copy of Little Birdie.

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Harold Kinkade Jr. had a huge love affair with old-time films. In fact, he had more than 250 8 mm reels in his extensive collection and enjoyed nothing more than displaying his films for various clubs to view. Kinkade became interested in movies when he used to visit one of the five theatres Coshocton offered. For a nickel, you could see as many films as you wanted in one day. He began collecting films after WWII and especially loved westerns. He also boasted an extensive knowledge of directors, actors, actresses, and studio history. His personal favorites in his collection were the Laurel and Hardy shorts.

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WARSAW – The G.A.P. Afterschool Program is not an extra at River View High School. It’s a necessity and that is why Principal Chuck Rinkes applied for a $10,000 Make A Difference NBC 4 School Grant. “Our goal is for students to leave here college and career ready and this program is very valuable in accomplishing that,” Rinkes said. “We’ve had several students and their parents mention in surveys that it is what got them through school.” G.A.P., or Graduate Assistance Program, provides students with the opportunity to receive extra help on material that they are struggling with, earn online credits or retake a test that they failed. Teachers and parents can recommend students attend the program and Rinkes also can require them to do so. “The program started eight years ago when we received funding through a grant from Job

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School’s McKinley Auditorium located at 1205 Cambridge Road. The All-Ohio Youth Choir is conducted by Charles R. Snyder of Coshocton, and performs at the Ohio State Fair each summer. “We expect about 160 of the 200 members of the 2012 Youth Choir to be with us for the weekend,” said Snyder. “When you consider that some members are now attending college in other states, some are committed to other school functions, and others have work or family obligations that weekend, it’s remarkable that 80% of the singers are able to rearrange their schedules to be together.” Each year, the Youth Choir works to develop a theme, not only in the selection of music, but also in the living experience at the State Fair. “2012 marked the 50th year the All-Ohio Youth Choir performed at the Ohio State Fair,” said Snyder. “When I was considering a theme for the summer, ‘Keep the Dream Alive!’ seemed fitting. In addition to celebrating the choir’s anniversary, the theme is also a salute to America, as well as a plea to keep the arts alive in our schools.” Snyder said the choir learned, memorized,

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polished, and performed 71 songs in 106 performances over the 12 days of the State Fair this past summer. “It was a record number of songs for the choir, and we believe it was also a record number of fair performances for the group,” he said. “I have programmed 32 of those songs for this concert on Feb. 17. The Coshocton Community Choir, who is sponsoring the event, will join the Youth Choir for another six songs in the concert finale.” There will be something for every listener: folk songs, sacred songs and spirituals, patriotic songs, pieces from musical theatre, and four songs separately featuring the women and men of the choir. “Carly Simon’s ‘Let the River Run’ was one of the favorites of the singers and our audiences,” said Snyder. “Other audience favorites will include ‘Mister Sandman,’ ‘Turn Around, Look at Me,’ Michael W. Smith’s ‘Friends,’ and the choir’s signature song, ‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic’.” Local singers Emma Brems, Liz Kittner, Alex Lawrence, and Nathan Shutt will be featured soloists. Coshocton County native Sarah Porteus Baker has arranged ‘Together, Wherever We Go’ and several other songs that will be included in the concert. The Youth Choir will also be singing for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 worship service at The Coshocton Presbyterian Church, located at 142 North Fourth St. A Youth Choir ensemble will sing at the 8 a.m. mass that day at Sacred Heart Church, 805 Main St. Guests are welcome to attend either service. Tickets for the All-Ohio Youth Choir “Keep the Dream Alive!” concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the door or by calling the Coshocton Community Choir Business Manager, Lee Bown at 622-3960. Tickets and additional information can also be found at www.CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org. Pre-sale tickets are also available from these outlets: Liberty House in Roscoe Village; Good News Bookstore, Buehlers Foodmarket, and Marilyn’s Natural Foods in Coshocton; Home Loan Savings Bank in West Lafayette and Baker’s Foods in Newcomerstown.


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Dr. Jha earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from J.L.N. Medical College in Raipur, India. She completed her residency in pediatric medicine at KMC Manipal, India, and worked for three years as a pediatrician before moving to the United States. She completed her pediatric residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center in El Paso, Texas, where she achieved recognition as the Resident of the Year. Since 2011, she has worked as part of the physician group at Muskingum Pediatrics in Zanesville, Ohio, before coming to Coshocton to set up her practice. Dr. Jha is married and has one child. Dr. Jha is now accepting appointments for her Monday through Friday office hours. Her office is located in the Medical Office Building 1 at 406 S. 15th St. in Coshocton. Appointments can now be scheduled by calling 295-3331.

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these are affected by changes in the environment. These two research studies occupy about 50 percent of the 420-plus acres and are the two most important for the state of Ohio, according to a representative from Ohio State University. Another research project conducted by Ohio State on county land is the study of water run-off from cutting timber. Ohio State is also planting and harvesting seeds from their canine fir tree project. Seeds are harvested by a third party every few years. Some seeds are replanted while others are sold to a company who then distributes them to tree farms. The income made from selling these seeds goes directly back into the program. Representatives from the university explained that they conducted these experiments because they affect the state of Ohio and society. The 600-acre federal land is still going through environmental assessment and will hopefully be completed this spring. The commissioners had two main concerns with changes that were originally made to the lease they sent to USDA: hunting and future drilling. The USDA asked in their revised lease that no hunting and no future drilling for gas or oil be allowed on the land because they are concerned about liability. The commissioners stated that these 420-plus acres bring in a lot of money for the county with hunting licenses at $25 per acre. If people can no longer hunt on the land, the commissioners say the USDA should pay the hunting fee for each acre as part of their lease. The USDA is concerned that if there is future drilling on the land, it could affect their projects. However, the commissioners argue that the county owns this land and that future drilling for oil or gas could produce a lot of money for the county. The commissioners decided to re-write their lease agreement and present the revision to the USDA and go from there. Dog tags were also discussed at the meeting. For those who are late getting their dog tag licenses, they will either receive a phone call or be personally visited by a member of the police

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COSHOCTON - The Commissioners met for their bi-weekly meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 6 to discuss a lease agreement between Coshocton County and Ohio State University. County and federal land is currently being used in Coshocton County by Ohio State University for several of their ongoing projects. When the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) was presented with the lease by the county commissioners, their lease was returned to them with parts of the lease removed and changed. The commissioners decided to meet with Ohio State representatives personally to have a face-to-face conversation and try to come to an agreement. These 420-plus acres of county land are being used for multiple programs including beef/cattle production and grazing experiments. Hay is also being harvested from this land to feed the cattle. Ohio State is also researching corn cropping systems and sustainability. This research focuses on production factors and how

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department. Also discussed at the meeting: - A motion to approve the minutes of the previous meeting was approved. - A motion granting permission to First Step Family Violence Intervention Services for the use of the Court Square on April 20 for a 5K Walk/Run was approved. - A motion to sign a Sublease Agreement with the Coshocton Port Authority for the lease of office space at 401 Main St., Coshocton was approved. The term of the lease will be five years and commence on May 1, 2012 and end April 30, 2017 in the amount of $329 per month. - A motion to sign a Sublease Agreement with the Coshocton Convention and Visitors Bureau for the lease of office space at 401 Main St., Coshocton was approved. The term of the lease will be five years and commence on May 1, 2012 and end April 30, 2017 in the amount of $329 per month. - A motion to sign a Sublease Agreement with the Coshocton Chamber of Commerce for the lease of office space at 401 Main St., Coshocton was approved. The term of the lease will be five years and commence on May 1, 2012 and end April 30, 2017 in the amount of $329 per month. - A motion to approve the hiring of Michael Lawler from part-time intermittent to fulltime employment at the Coshocton County Emergency Medical Service effective Feb. 9, 2013 as requested by Bernie Minet, EMS Director was approved. - A motion to sign a lease for the Evan’s/541 Parking Lot on the Central Ohio Technical College from Noon on April 19 to 2 p.m. on April 20 to have an Emergency Management Agency Training as requested by Robbie McMasters, EMA Director, was approved. - Received the dog warden’s report for the week ending Feb. 5 with eight dogs picked up by the warden, one dog brought in as a stray, four dogs destroyed, 10 citations issued, 22 calls handled, 127 licenses sold, eight late fees paid, 10 dogs sold, five dogs redeemed, four dogs per owner surrender, $30 in boarding fees collected for a total of $1,965 in fees collected. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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WEST LAFAYETTE – The following students were honored for their academics during the second nine weeks at Ridgewood High School. Principal’s Roll: Eighth grade – Breann Asbury, Kevin Bethel, Kyle Bethel, Olivia Brady, Taylor Brady, Autumn Brown, Jordan Conner, Katie Durbin, Kaitlyn Goodwill, Michael Kelley, Emily Kobel, Lori Kocher, Katie Leitz, Josey Lillibridge, Faith Merryman, Jared Norman, Colleen Schwartz, Jhett Slusser, Shawn Smalley, Nathaniel Thompson; Ninth grade – Jonathan Arnold, Shyann Boone, Danika Breeneman, Chase Buckler, Cody Cognion, Courtney Tolliver; 10th grade – Nathan Arnold, Jacob Panteloukas, Evan Youker; 11th grade – Jordan Cognion, Brittany Guilliams, Kaylee Schoepe; 12th grade – Tyler Davis, Zak Keesee, Anna Powell Honor Roll: Eighth grade – Tabby Albaugh, Zach Austin, Kasey Bethel, Caleb Bowman, Abram Buckler, Hayden Davis, Frank Durbin, Katelyn Gallagher, Kayla Goodwill, Tyler Hawkins, Keith Leindecker, Hanna Lucas, Kaitlyn McConnell, Rachele Perkins, Tyra Reed, Megan Sharier, Tayler Shivers, Mallory Simmons, Alexis Slusser, Peyton Slusser, Laiken Smith, Maggie Stogner, Wesley Vanfossen, Austin Weller; Ninth grade – Kylie Art, Nick Blakley, John Bordenkircher, Logan Burkart, Hanna Bush, Laura Crawford, Allison Dobson, Courtney Elliott, Brette Garber, Jordan Klusty, Clayton Lower, Holly McCoy, Roni Roberts, Kayla Sharier, Casey Varian, Connor Wheeler; 10th grade – Danielle Bates, Brianna Grace, BJ Hostetler, Noel Kinsey, Amanda Lowery, Joy

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throughout Ohio and surrounding states, send them out to anyone who requests information about the area, and we showcase them in brochure racks in the surrounding region. “In 2012 in Amish County alone, we went through 30,000 of the Coshocton Visitor Guides! The Coshocton County Beacon produces the piece and does a great job for us. If anyone is interested in advertising in the guide, there is still some time left.” For information on advertising in the Coshocton Visitors Guide, contact the CVB Office (740) 622-4877 or the Coshocton County Beacon at (740) 622-4237. The Coshocton Visitors Bureau is located at 401 Main Street, Coshocton. For more information and a list of events, visit their website at www.visitcoshocton.com, or follow them on Facebook ~ Visit Coshocton Ohio! “If there is a tourism-related business or event out there that isn’t on our Coshocton Tourism Industry Partners email list and would like to be, they can also contact our office,” said Myers. Contact the CVB office at (740) 6224877 or director@visitcoshocton.com.

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to market to out-of-town guests.” The CVB also recently attended the AAA Great Vacations Travel Expo in Columbus. “Coshocton County was well represented and made a big impact this year with three attractive booths all set up together,” said Myers. “Raven’s Glenn Winery had their booth right next to ours where they were promoting not only their winery, but all five wineries along Coshocton’s Three Rivers Wine Trail. Roscoe Village and the CVB shared a double booth next to Raven’s Glenn. Lainie had designed a huge, gorgeous banner as our backdrop. We had beautiful ‘wood-like’ laminate flooring from Fisher Decorating, and we tied it all together with red, white, and blue décor from Annin & Co. It was exciting to work together as a team to share information and brochures about all Coshocton County has to offer.” Another major current project of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau is the production of their new Visitor Guide. “This is the third year the CVB has created a magazine style brochure that showcases the lodging, attractions, dining, shopping, and outdoor offerings in Coshocton,” said Myers. “We distribute those guides

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COSHOCTON - Even though first quarter is not the busy tourism season in Coshocton, now is the time to prepare for the 2013 season. Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau (CVB), says the office has been doing just that. “We are a small office of just me and Lainie Brillhart, Communications and Marketing Coordinator,” said Myers. “We have been busy so far this year attending travel shows, working on our new visitor guide, redesigning our website, gathering new photos of local attractions and lodging, and promoting upcoming events for 2013.” Myers, who just completed her first year as CVB Director, says she is especially excited about the partnerships that have developed in that time. “We began holding regular Coshocton Tourism Industry Partner meetings in 2012,” she said. “We meet at various attractions in the county to discuss marketing ideas and form relationships that have led to tourism packages we can use to bring in more visitors. As an example, the Sweetheart Big Band Dance and the Chocolate Extravaganza events on Feb. 9 have partnered with Coshocton Village Inn & Suites to create a great getaway package for us

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COSHOCTON - People patiently waited for their turn to grab some sweet treats at the annual Chocolate Extravaganza, held Saturday, Feb. 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center. The wonderful aroma of cakes, brownies, cupcakes, candies, cheesecakes and more filled the air while The Wayfarers from

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things that people here in Coshocton make and don’t think anything of it. They just volunteer and bring it in.” Mary Lou said she had been eyeing “The peanut butter chocolate fudge, Scotcharoos I think.” The item was made and donated by Sherrie Wiandt of Coshocton. Mary Lou said, “I’m looking forward to a large crowd today. This is such a good project for the Pomerene (Center for the Arts). I enjoy this because it’s a way to get out in the community and do things. I also belong to the Pink Ladies and you just do what you can.” Kevin McClain, who attends the event annually with his wife Tammy, said he enjoys the treats. “I had the cappuccino cake, the mocha chocolate cheesecake and a red devils food cupcake. It’s all good. I love the event; you can get your chocolate craving filled plus its community. You meet and see people that you haven’t seen for a while and talk to friends and neighbors, that’s a great part of it. We come every year.”

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Conner McCabe joined hundreds of other chocolate enthusiasts at the annual Chocolate Extravaganza held Saturday afternoon, Feb. 9 at the Coshocton County Career Center from 3 to 5 p.m. The event is held annually as the major fund-raiser for the Pomerene Center for the Arts. Patrons had their choice of all things chocolate for $10. Treats included cheesecakes, cakes, brownies, cookies, candies and much more. The items are donated by bakers in the community. BEACON

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COSHOCTON - Kiefer’s Florist in Roscoe Village has been providing professional floral arrangements to their customers for 100 years. The business, started by Andrew Kiefer when he was 36 years old, has been handed down through three generations. “He was a glassblower by trade,” Ed Kiefer, owner of Kiefer’s Florist, said about his grandfather, “Dad said they had gone to a convention. They took a trip and were looking at machine-made glass bottles. He saw those perfect bottles coming off the assembly line, and saw the writing on the wall that his job wasn’t there. He liked growing and liked the greenhouse, and decided to make it a business.” Thus, Kiefer’s Florist was born and Andrew ran the business out of his house for a while at 1521 Walnut St. until the business was built at 410 S. 15th St. “Part of the reason he started was there

were only two other greenhouses in town and then eventually, one closed,” said Kiefer. “There was a good market for it.” Andrew used to grow a lot of fresh-cut flowers in his 1500 square foot greenhouse and also grew a lot of specialty items, such as sweet peas and calla lilies. Kiefer believes his grandfather built his greenhouse in 1912. “The earliest invoice found was in 1913,” said Kiefer, “but I found invoices from 1912 from Coshocton Lumber. That’s probably when grandpa was building his first greenhouse.” Kiefer was eight years old when his grandfather passed away. “When I first started, I still had customers that had dealt with my grandfather,” said Kiefer. “That made a really unique connection. I do remember him in his greenhouse. When I heard stories customers told, it was really neat. It made a difference on how I viewed the business.” When Kiefer returned from college, he took care of the shop and retail aspect of the business while his dad cared for the greenhouse. “It formed a great partnership,” said Kiefer. “Everything I did, I always got his opinion. My parents were always supporters of everything I did.”

Kiefer’s Florist moved from being near the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital to its current location in Roscoe Village in January 2011 and is now looking at some exciting new products. “With the economy, it speaks well if you can maintain your day-to-day business,” said Kiefer. “We’re looking into some new product lines we’re going to be developing. If we can get this off the ground, it’s going to be really exciting.” They are also offering something special for their 100th anniversary. Kiefer’s is offering a

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COSHOCTON – Gavin Bassett couldn’t wait to get home to play with the paper bag puppets he made at the Coshocton Public Library. Once his puppets were complete he used them to act out Mo Willems’ book called, “There Is a Bird On Your Head.” Gavin and his mom Michelle Bassett made the elephant and pig puppets at the library’s Feb. 5 Elephant and Piggie Party, which was held to celebrate the characters created by author Mo Willems. “His books are funny and entertaining,” said Cyndi Shutt children’s librarian assistant.

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CONESVILLE - Conesville Elementary announced its honor and merit rolls for the second nine weeks. Listed below are the students who received all A’s. (Names are not in alphabetical order.) Third Grade: Sam Adams, Ashlynn Boyce, Kiesten Davis, Jamisne Duerson, Bella Geckle, Kristopher Jenkins, Debra Taylor, Emily Williams, Ashlyn Bible, Sienna Wilson, William Bullock, Kolton Cabe, Jessica Johnson, Ashley Newell, Andy Ross, Cole Tatro, AJ Wentz Fourth Grade: Jessica Brooks, Timmy Durben, Haley Frank, Roy Hall, Stacia Hatfield, Brayden Karr, Luke Massie, Brandy Philabaum, Jenny Roderick, Adyson Wright, Melanie Giffin, Austin Philabaum, Dylan Piece, Haley Thompson, Dilyn Tumblin Fifth Grade: Janessa Albertson, Lindsay Ashcraft, Breanna Davis, Stephanie Gunn, Karlie Lahna, Jake Mitchell, Payton Tahyi

Sixth Grade: Sydnee Bice, Shayla Courtright, Teya Grandstaff, Kaitlyn Thompson, Chase Courtright, Brianna Cox, Taylor Guilliams, Megan Magee, Holly Surdyk, Alyssa Thomas The following students were named to the Honor Roll. (Names are not in alphabetical order.) Third Grade: Brady Albert, Micah Ferguson, Lane Moody, Colton Bantum, Emily Dahman, Cadie Guilliams, Riley Holskey, Reid Howell Fourth Grade: Celeb Grandstaff, Kaitlyn Hammons, Andrew Ireland, Cheridan Miller, Orion Sumuell, Collier Snow, Logan Songer, Brenna Udder, Wyatt Walters, Brayden Cross, Brice Cross, Bailey Henderson, Haley McCoy Gavin, Gavin Monroe, Christopher Nutter, Rayvin Shane, Michael Vansickle, Dakota Walters Fifth Grade: Dakota Williamson, Henry Hall, Chase Wilson, Cameron Hawthrone, Zach Howell, Makenzie Hutchison, Kevin Jenkins, Jacob Patterson, Kaden Poorman, Olivia Gonter, Haley

Jordan, Bianca Roberson, Brendan Shrimplin Sixth Grade: Nathan Bullock, Gabe Guilliams, Josh Tate, Shaylynn Smailes, Mason Wentz, Kaliee Harris, Alexis McCormick, R.J. Hammond The following students were named to the Merit Roll. (Names are not in alphabetical order.) Third Grade: Karyssa Beagle, Emily Bradford, Ryann Klein, Staci Melville, Landon Songer, Courtlynn Wiley Fourth Grade: Zachary Burns, David Dovenbarger, Jeremy Gano, Chance Klein, Baylie Powelson, Cameron Conrad, Devin Wright Fifth Grade: Brandan Fry, Nick Holdsworth, Skyley Jacobs, Alexis Robinson, Montana Seitz, Logan Slade, Riley Banks, Devin Barnett, Brice Starcher, Mallory Aronhalt Sixth Grade: Colt Eaton, Austin Klein, Austin Medley, Wilson Moats, Alexis Rodgers, Seth Wright

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Silknitter, Jett Soungpradith, Vanessa Stokes, Jason Stubbs, Amy Terrell, Braeden Wheeler, Destiny Williams, Jeremy Willliamson, Karen Woodby Eighth Grade: Reanna Ackley, Chandler Allen, Haley Barker, Brent Bordenkircher, Caleb Burton, Cassidy Cantrell, Iesha Cass, Destiny Courtney, Kelsey Crown, Caedyn Dawson, Jonathan Eberwine, Samuel Fortune, Scipio Hardesty, Dakota Heath, Taylor Holderbaum, Ashton Jarvis, Austin Krasky, Lauryn Leopard, Kobie Means, Seleena Murray, Nickolas Page, Jordan Peyatt, Jacob Ramsey, Robert Shroyer, Erin Storsin, Logan Thornsley, Cindy Wang, Olivia Ward, Schantelle Watthews, Syler Will Ninth Grade: Talon Babcock, Breanna Clark, Tyler Everhart, Skylar Hasseman, Jakob Jarvis, Amber Jenkins, Austin Jennings, Asia Kling, Chance Kohman, Kassidy Logan, Spencer McCrea, Bryce Philabaum, Lexie Phillips, Kristy Spence, Austin Wheeler, Ashley Williams, Cammron Williams, Joshua Williams, Joshua W. Williams, Ethan Woodie Tenth Grade: Cedric Anderson, Georgia Brown, Ethan Clift, Tyler Crabtree, Lyndsey Desender, Seth Fleming, Ashley Fulks, Thomas Gauerke, Gavin Gray, Emily Hartley, Hannah Lentz, Cheyenne McConnell, Timothy Meyers, Keeley Misener, Raven Shannon, Logan Stambaugh, Lea Sutton, Morgan Unger, Kristina Vickers, Gavin Vought, Kan Wang, Randy Woodby Eleventh Grade: Peyton Bair, Tayler Burke, Quantesha Carlton, Sara Dobson, Emily Finton, Shelby Kestler, Andrew MacKenzie, Michael McGuire, Austin Sampsel, Marc Smith, Katie Stiteler, Benjamin Zimomra Twelfth Grade: Tanner Cognion, Christopher Huebner, Zachary King, Mark Lepley, Zachary Mikulik, Quinn Moody, Eva Moon, Christian Osborn, Christopher Pitre, Daniel Sherfy, Nathaniel Smith, Julia Unger, Natosha Woods

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McClain, Chelsea McFarland, Alicia McVay, MacKenzie Mizer, Conner Roahrig, Kankanit Saengarunthong, Gun Satayachiti, Alexandra Simpson, Jennifer Simpson, Mary Skelton, Tanner Ward Tenth Grade: Joseph Batchelor, Claire Bowman, Patrick Brouse, Quynh Do, Conner Drennen, Madeline Hire, Courtney Hutchison, Hannah Lain, Kevin Larntz, James Magness, Samuel Magness, Shaunice Masters, Monique Mayle, Austin McClain, Mitchell Milliken, Krishna Patel, Hailey Rhodes, Jacqueline Roman, Donald Stiteler, Karli Stonebraker, Katie Tupper , Cameron Wiandt, Shania Zeigler Eleventh Grade: Corbin Coffman, Casey Fortney, Krista Gray, Joshua Hilgenberg, Nathan Lain, Jaelynn Meek, Hannah Michael, Alexandra Philabaum, Cierra Roberts, Kaitlyn Salmans, Alex Wheeler, Colin Yandam Twelfth Grade: Emily Baker, Ashley Blakely, Olivia Bosson, Dyson Bowman, Ethan Brown, Savannah Brown, Hayden Cantrell, Nicole Carling, Kyle Corder, Alyssa Dickerson, Aaron Dosser, Courtney Dunlevy, Noelle Hardy, Zachary Jennings, Kallie Johnson, Kirsten Kempf, Julia Kittell, Karah Lain, Mackenzie Martin, Emilee Pell, Cade Powers, Brittany Reavley, Hannah Ringenberg, Nicholas Roof, Emily Simpson, Alexa Sutton, Lauren Szymczak, Alex Taylor, Amber Walters, Jordan Williamson, Ashley Wright Listed below are the students who were named to the Merit List. Seventh Grade: Blane Alverson, Kaitlyn Armstrong, Zachary Arnold, Darien Arron, Nasya Asire, Scott Balentine, Heather Burns, Blaze Clark, Zon Corbett, Devin Dickerson, Liam Entrekin, Jacob George, Kennedy Haley, Hunter Holder, Nakeisha Ianniello, Elizabeth Jacobs, Gavin Llanes, Skylar Markley, Jasmine McCombs, Emily McVay, Rebecca Miller, Sarah Mowery, Ethan Murray, Alexia Rose, William

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COSHOCTON - Coshocton has announced their Honor and Merit Rolls for the second nine weeks. Listed below are the students who were named to the Honor Roll. Seventh Grade: Jade Albert, Rachel Brady, Laryssa Cain, Dylan Caley, Austin Christmas, Elle Coffman, Allen Davis, Sabrina DeMoss, Benjamin Erman, Cole Fisher, Nicholas Jackson, Hannah Jacobs, Kiersten Kohl, Cory Krasky, Christa Lain, Brayden Lewis, Aubrey Locke, Mario Martelina, Audra McClain, Benjamin Mikulik, Madison Miller, Haley Newhouse, Ashley Roahrig, Rachel Roman, Tara Salmans, Susan Simpson, Zachary Spence, Megan Stonebraker, Jennifer Wang, Brodie Williamson, Abigail Zimomra Eighth Grade: Christopher Addy, Mykahia Alverson, Dominic Anderson, Brendon Armstrong, Madison Ashcraft, Lauren Babcock, Benjamin Batchelor, Chase Bishop, Riley Bizorik, Sarah Brake, Tara Brush, Ashley Carnes, Kaedyn Carroll, Peyton Clift, Triston Conn, Jocelynn Corbett, Taylor Dennis, Sierra Dillon, Thuy Do, David Edmunds, Brandon Elliott, Timothy Fortney, Joanna Fowler, Joshua George, Makenna Graves, Dallas Griffiths, Courtney Guthrie, Jacob Heading, Dylan Helmick, Mary Jackson, K-Lee Kohman, Andrew Mason, Zachary Maziar, Brennan McClain, Chase McHenry, Zachariah Michael, Maggie Myers, Cierra Navedo, Robert Nealey, Brianna Newell, Johnathon Noon, Isabel Palmer, Macy Parks, Drew Patterson, Caley Ridenbaugh, Kadie Roahrig, Kelsie Roberts, Jazmin Rose, Taylor Smith, Allison Stein, Sarah Stockdale, Thomas Stonebraker, Jaymie West, Kristaney Wilson, Amia Woods, Skyler Wright Ninth Grade: Gavin Beaumont, Kyle Bergeron, Jeremy Bresciani, Taylor Bryant, Edmond Davis, Katelin Dials, Tyler George, Hunter Haas, George Hardesty, Lauren Hire, Mariah Kittell, Carly Livingston, John

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Breakfast Bowl. The Mentoring Center for Coshocton will be having a breakfast bowl on Friday, Feb. 15 from 6:30 – 9 a.m. at the Mentoring Center for Coshocton, located above Golden’s Clothing. Enter through the first set of glass doors and take the elevator to the second floor. Start the day off right with eggs, sausage gravy, breakfast potatoes, and a variety of breakfast casseroles, or oatmeal with a wide selection of fruit and nut toppings. Coffee, hot tea, juice, and milk will be provided. There is a requested donation of $5 with all proceeds going to support the Mentoring Center’s Bowling for Kids Team. Reservations are recommended by calling 623-8110 or email sheilamayse@mentoringcentercc.org.

Soup Supper. Precious Treasures Child Care Center, located at the West Lafayette United Methodist Church, will be having their third annual soup supper Friday, Feb. 22 from 5 – 7 p.m. The meal includes chili, broccoli cheese, or potato soup, shredded chicken, sloppy joe, or hot hogs, a drink, and dessert. The cost for adults is $7 and $4 for children 12 years and under. There will also be a silent auction and an art auction with artwork by Precious Treasures children. This is a fundraising event to help support the daycare.

All-Ohio Youth Choir. The All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir will be returning for their annual reunion concert in Coshocton on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. and will be joined in their grand finale by the Coshocton Community Choir, both under direction of Mr. Charles R. Snyder. The 200-voice All-Ohio Youth Choir is composed of high school singers throughout Ohio who perform at the Ohio State Fair each year. They will be singing some of their favorite selections from the 2012 Fair at this reunion concert. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children and are available at the door or at CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org. The concert will be in the McKinley Auditorium at the Coshocton High School located at 1205 Cambridge Rd. Upcoming Cooking Classes. The Village Pantry will continue hosting cooking classes in 2013. Each class is $10 per person and RSVP is required. All classes will be at the Village Pantry located at 318 N. Whitewoman St. in Roscoe Village. Classes will include: Feb. 18: “One-Dish Wonders” at 6:30 p.m. taught by Jen Wilson; March 7: “Luck of the Irish” at 6:30 p.m. taught by Jen Wilson; and March 18: “Let’s Talk Italian” at 6:30 p.m. taught by Bob McKenna. Call to make reservations at 575-4049. Class size is limited. Class on Autism. Celia Oliver, PhD, PsyD, will be speaking on working more effectively with autism disorders March 7 from 9 a.m. – Noon at the Frontier Power Community Room. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. To register, contact Tina Woodby at JFS at 295-7491 or woodbt@adjfs.state.oh.us. This program is approved for counselor and social work licensure credit of 2.75 hours. The event is free. Exhibitors for Home & Lifestyle Show. Exhibitors are now being accepted for the 2013 Coshocton Home & Lifestyle Show to be March 9 and 10. The Show benefits Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County and is in its fourth year. The successful show annually draws approximately 45 exhibitors and 1,000 visitors. Focusing on all things relating to the home, its contents, and its care, the show is at the Coshocton County Career Center. Parking is free and there is no admission charge for attending. If you are interested in exhibiting, or just need more information, contact Linda Miller, Chairperson, at 545-6688 or llindamiller2u@gmail.com. Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass Music and Relay for Life Team Alana presents Bluegrass Music each Saturday night at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites, located at 115 N. Water St. Admission is $5 per person; no charge for children 12 and under. Max Hardesty’s One Man Band plays from 6 – 6:45 p.m. The featured band plays from 7 – 9 p.m. and acoustic jam plays from 9:15 – 11 p.m. March 23 featured band is Open Highway Bluegrass Band. For more information, call Duane at (740) 498-8456 or visit their page on Facebook.

Turf Management Class. On Feb. 26 at 6 p.m., Central Farm of Wooster, Ohio will contact their annual Turf Management class at Auer ACE Hardware beginning at 6 p.m. All Little League, SOCCA, City and County Recreation Directors and School field maintenance personnel are invited to learn more about fertilizers, diamond dry, mound clay and other methods to enhance playing fields. Class size is limited. Call Brain at 622-4056 or email at auerace@ hotmail.com. Board of Park Meetings. The Board of Park Commissioners of the Coshocton Park District is announcing a change to their meeting schedule for February. Meetings will be Feb. 27. The meeting normally scheduled for Feb. 13 has been canceled. Pancake Breakfast. Riverside Towers (Highrise) is having a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser for their Senior Residents Association on Saturday, March 16 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Community Room at 85 Pine St., Coshocton. Breakfast includes: pancakes, eggs, sausage or ham, breakfast muffin, coffee, juice and milk. A donation of $6 for adults and $3 for children. There will also be a 50/50 raffle. As this is their main fundraiser for the year, their current sponsors are Jerry’s Family Restaurant, Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center, Autumn Healthcare, Interim Home Health Care, Baker’s Foods, Buehler’s, McDonald’s, and Domino’s Pizza. Flu Shots. The Coshocton City Health Department at 400 Brown Lane will have flu clinics every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from 1 – 3 p.m. now by appointment only. There is no cost for clients with Medicare and Medicaid coverage. For all other clients, the cost is $20. Volunteers Needed. Second Chance Homeless Shelter is currently accepting volunteer applications for part-time Resident Advisor positions. The volunteer Resident Advisor helps to provide a positive emotional and social living environment for residents of the shelter. For a complete R/A description and application, contact Barb Lewis, office manager, at 622-3632. Board of Health meeting. The regular meetings for the Coshocton County Board of Health will now be the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. instead of 5:30 p.m. in the County Services Building. Commodity Supplemental Food Program. The Coshocton Senior Center is a distribution site for free monthly groceries for low income senior citizens (age 60 and over) living in Coshocton County. To be eligible, your monthly income cannot exceed $1,211 for one person in the household. Add $429 for each additional household member. You can apply for the program at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 622-4852. HEAP Assistance. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, 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. School Hotline. Help keep Coshocton City Schools safe with the new Coshocton City School District School Hotline. Just call 1-866-484-4634 to report threats of violence, fighting, bullying, theft, child abuse, gang activity, cheating, vandalism, and alcohol use. You do not have to identify yourself and your phone number is not recorded.

Church Events Family Fun Night. Isleta UMC will be having a Family Fun Night on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 5 p.m. There will also be a pizza, chips, beverages, and family activities planned. The public is invited. For more information, contact Bev Darr at (740) 492-0606. Back Door Café. Bakersville Presbyterian Church will have an all-you-can-eat menu of pancakes, French toast, sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and drinks at their Back Door Café on Feb. 21, and March 21 from 7:30 – 11 a.m. A $5 donation will be appreciated to continue their community outreach programs. Sweet rolls will also be available for sale. Cross Training. Every Wednesday in February, there is Cross Training at Grace United Methodist Church, 422 Walnut Street. Cross Training is a midweek time when persons of all ages can share in a family-style meal and small group experiences. The evening includes supper served at 5:30 p.m., Bible Study, gym time, crafts and music for preschoolers through high school children and youth, a knitting class taught by Brandi Tilton, and an Adult Bible Study led by Judge Fenn Pierce on Adam Hamilton’s book, “The Way”, walking in the footsteps of Jesus. Also on Wednesdays at the church, a quilting class is taught by Helen Moody at 2 p.m. Beginners are welcome. A hearing impaired small group and sign class gathers at 4 p.m. led by Carol Pierce. Beth Moore Classes. Beth Moore Classes meet Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. at Grace United Methodist Church, 422 Walnut Street. All are welcome to join in the newest of Beth’s Bible Studies, “Law of Love”. These lessons delve into the book of Deuteronomy. Calling all Kids!. Coshocton Baptist Church and the Coshocton McDonald’s are teaming up to share information about the Ronald McDonald House in Akron. Kids in preschool through 8th grade are invited to join their AWANA clubs. Meetings are on Wednesday evenings from 6:15 – 8 p.m. at the Coshocton Baptist Church on Denman Avenue. They will also have movie nights, princess night, Nerf war night, and a talent show. For more information, contact Cherie Reveal at 610-8966. Fresno Bible Church AWANA Club: AWANA Club for children ages 3 to sixth grade will be every Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Some fun activities will include contests such as dress in your favorite sports team colors, silly hair and more. For information, call the church at 545-7382.


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Jacob’s Closet. During February, the Closet will be open only the last Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. – noon and 5 – 8 p.m. At this time, they are asking only for winter clothes to be donated weekdays from 9 a.m. – noon.

Pancake Day. Boy Scout Troop 403 will be having a pancake day March 9 from 3 – 7 p.m. and March 10 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart to cover the costs of camping. Cost for adults is $5 and children age 4 – 12 are $3. There is no charge for children three years old and under. The menu will include pancakes, sausage, syrup, and drinks, and orders can be made to go. Raffles and door prizes will be awarded.

Church Service. The Church of God located at 703 S 2nd St would like to invite everyone to service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. For those who would like to come but can’t drive themselves, they can pick you up in their new church van. Just call Bill at 502-9701 and he will make arrangements to get you to and from the church. Community Dinner. The Central Christian Church at 731 Main Street has a community dinner on the fifth Wednesday in months that have five Wednesdays. The dinner is served in the fellowship hall from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Bible Study. Home of Christ has bible study each Wednesday and Thursday night at 7 p.m. It is located at 139 Bridge St in Coshocton.

Clubs and Organizations PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at Noon. Guest speaker will be Jerrod Allison, Coshocton County’s Wildlife Officer. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation.

Baseball and Softball. Canal Lewisville Recreation now has registration forms available at Keene Elementary School for boys summer baseball and girls summer softball. Deadline for sign-up is March 1. For additional information, contact canallewisvillerec@ roadrunner.com.

Soup Supper. Walhonding Valley Ladies Auxiliary will be having their soup supper on Saturday, March 16 from 5 – 7 p.m. with bingo to follow at the fire station. Plant Sale. Coshocton County Master Gardener Volunteers Annual Plant Sale will be Saturday, June 1 from 8:30 a.m. – Noon in the Rotary Pavilion at the County Fairgrounds. Demonstrations start at 8:30 a.m. and the plant sale begins at 9 a.m. Bring a garden question to be answered by a Master Gardener volunteer. Plant sales will include annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables. Proceeds will go toward public gardens, workshops, and educational materials. Cloud Climbers. The Cloud Climbers R.C. club will be having their monthly meeting the first Tuesday of the month at Jerry’s Restrant at 7 p.m. Dues for the 2013 are now due. Inviting all interested in R.C. airplanes to attend. Call 505-3036, 502-1916 or 4988885 for any question. We are AMA Chartered.

Genealogical Society Meeting. The Genealogical Society will meet in the basement of the Coshocton Library from 7:30 - 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Discussion will include information found in the Bedford Township Cemetery Book. Obituaries and readings of all the Bedford cemeteries will be a topic for discussion plus an open forum for members to share genealogical information.

Coshocton Parent and Toddlers. Inviting all parents, grandparents, or caregivers who have children between the ages of infant to three years old for a play date every Wednesday morning from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the Church of the Nazarene on Orange Street. Refreshments will be provided for parents and children. There is no charge, but donations are appreciated. Call 552-5220 for more information.

Free Computer Classes. Coshocton County Job and Family Services is offering free computer classes at their location, 725 Pine St. in Coshocton. Register by calling 295-7497. Classes are from 9 a.m. – Noon and include: Computer Basics: March 4, March 18, and April 1; and Internet Intro: Feb. 25, March 11, March 25, and April 8.

VFW Auxiliary. The VFW Auxiliary 1330 meeting at 9 a.m. the first Monday of the month. Dues for 2013 are now due. Hamburgers and hot dogs for $1 on Tuesday.

Lifeguard Classes. New lifeguard classes and recertification/challenge classes have been scheduled for the 2013 season. Classes for new lifeguards will be Feb. 25 – March 8 from 6 – 9 p.m. Recertification/ Challenge classes can either be taken on March 2 or May 12 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Classes will be at the Coshocton High School Pool and Coshocton County Red Cross Chapter House. Class size is limited. New

Grief Support Group. There is a weekly adult grief support group every Monday from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton, located at 230 S. 4th St. Call Mary at 622-7311 ext. 205 to register. Registration is not required, but is helpful. Martha’s Cupboard. Martha’s Cupboard is open every third Saturday of the month from 10 – 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church for all Coshocton County residents. The church is located at 54233 TR 172 in Fresno. The cupboard is stocked

School Events Sports Tickets On Sale. Tickets for the RHS Girls Division III Sectional Basketball Tournament at Dover High School are now on sale at Ridgewood High School for $5. Tickets at the door are $7. Get your tickets from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sales stop at noon Friday, Feb. 15. The game is at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16 against Claymont. Ridgewood Carnival. Ridgewood Elementary will be having their annual school carnival on March 2. Games and activities will be from Noon – 3:30 p.m. and the basket auction will be at 3:30 p.m. There will be a concession stand, raffle drawings, and lots of fun activities to be announced later. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Feb. 19 at the Ridgewood Elementary School at 545-5312 and are $3 each or two for $5. This is the main fundraiser for the Ridgewood Elementary PTO. Sports Tickets Available. Coshocton High Athletic Department has winter sports tickets on sale in the principal’s office. Boys Basketball Reserve Seats, 11 home games, cost $55; Girls Basketball Season, 10 home games, cost $45; Winter Sports Pass includes 11 Boys Basketball, 10 Girls Basketball, eight Swim Meets, and two Wrestling Meets, cost $100; Student Activity Passes are still on sale-price is $20; Any questions call Jana VanDusen, CHS Athletic Department at 622-9433.

Library Events Wednesday, Feb. 13: Friends of the Library: The Friends of the Library meet monthly to discuss volunteer activities, ways to assist the library and more. Call 622-0956. 12 - 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, 20, 27: Preschool Story Time: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, 20, 27: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged & Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 6220956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, 21, 28: Babytime Lapsit: Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2, and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956. 10:30 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 14: Winter Chi: Come in out of the cold and practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality! Taught by Holli Rainwater, Certified Tai Chi Easyâ„¢ Practice Leader. This is a six-week course ending Feb. 14. Call 622-0956 12 - 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18: Anime Marathon: Grades 7-12 are invited to participate in this anime marathon. Four hours of anime viewing will be enjoyed. A variety of new and old anime’s will be shown. A light lunch will be served. Space is limited. Event is free. Registration is required. Call 622-0956. 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Sports Sign-up. Coshocton City Recreation will have sign-ups for baseball and softball Wednesday, Feb. 13 and 20 at Kids America. Forms are available at school or online at cityofcoshocton.com. Forms can also be mailed with fee directly to: City Recreation, 760 Chestnut St., Coshocton, Ohio, 43812. Contact Steve Jones at 295-6115 for information.

Blue Star Mothers of America. Coshocton County Chapter OH59 of the Blue Star Mothers of America meets the second Monday of each month at the Church of the Nazarene, 1058 Orange Street, Room 103 at 6:30pm. All mothers, step-mothers, foster mothers, and grandmothers of active duty military and reservists/guard are invited to come together to support one another, US military members and their families. For information, call 610-4740.

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lifeguard students must be at least 15 years old by March. Registration is going on now. Contact the Red Cross Chapter House at 245 N 4th St. Office hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. They can be contacted at 622-0228.

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Community Dinners. 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. The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut, has a community dinner the third Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served in the Fellowship Hall located in the basement of the church. The Park United Methodist Church at 122 Park Ave. has a community dinner the fourth Wednesday of every month. The dinner is served in the fellowship hall from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

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Community Calendar Tuesday, Feb. 19, 26: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time: Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. Call 545-6672. 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, 26: Tuesday Evening Preschool Storytime: Children ages 3 - 5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, enjoy rhymes and fingerplays during this weekly storytime. Call 622-0956. 6:30 - 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21: Introduction to the Public Catalog: The public catalog at the library has a new look. Come to this class and learn how to search, place holds, renew items and more, while in the library or at home. Basic computer skills are required to take the class. Registration is limited to eight. Call 6220956 to sign-up. 1 - 3 p.m.

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions None to report Marriages: Raymond Ambrose Krownapple of Warsaw to Andrea Lee Thompson of Killbuck Robert Curtis Snyder Jr. of Coshocton to Becky Ann Hottinger of Coshocton Land Transfers: 1/29 Mervin J. Lehman and Effie J. Lehman to Dennis Hershberger and Louella Hershberger; $16,000 1/30 David A. Yoder and Dorothy A. Yoder to Christian Dane Unger; $126,000 Ledonis H. Daliere to Jerry J. Foster and Steven L. Foster; $139,900 2/4 Mary A. Mason, Sheri M. and Brent G. Fortune to Terry Lillibridge; $30,000 Daniel T. Cabell and Melissa D. Cabell to Chase Home Finance LLC; $43,334 Richard S. Buker and Mary E. Buker to JP Morgan

Thursday, Feb. 21: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club: 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. This month’s selection is “Breaking Stalin’s Nose” by Eugene Yelchin. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library at 622-0956 to register for this event. 4 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21: W.L. B.E.S.T. Night @ The Branch: 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. Teens will enjoy laptops, games on a gaming system, booktalks, friends and snacks. This is a must-attend event for all teens. Check your email, Facebook, play online games, catch up on homework, find a new read, and so much more. Space is limited. Must be registered. Call 545-6672. Registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 18. 5 - 7 p.m.

Public Record Chase Bank N.A.; $124,000 James D. Powell to JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A.; $34,667 Virgil L. Squires to JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A.; $44,200 Margaret Hawthorne to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.; $28,000 2/6 Leonard Roberson to Katherine M. Young; $3,500 2/7 Kelly R. Queen to Sue A. Mills; $6,600

Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 1/29 James G. and Martha E. Groves to James G. and Martha E. Groves Joseph A. Simmons to Diane L. Wright, Daniel T. Barrett II, Sandy Cater, Amy Endsley Mervin J. Lehman and Effie J. Lehman to Mervin J. and Effie J. Lehman, and Rachel Lehman Leslie D. Lewis, deceased, and Priscilla L. Lewis, deceased, to Carolynn F. Lewis 1/30 Rosie Hill to Jacqueline Hill Lewis Thomas Reiss, deceased, to Gary Deibel and

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SaSCIENCE FAIR cred Heart School had its Science Fair Jan. 29. The students in fourth, fifth and sixth grade prepared project for judging. Fifteen students received an award of superior. Five sixth grade students, Lindsey Cox, Josie Fornara, Sophi Hardesty, Sophia Kobel and Vanessa Rivera, are eligible to compete at the County Science Fair on Feb. 11, at the Career Center. Pictured from left to right are: Cox, Fornara, Hardesty, Kobel and Rivera.

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Monday, Feb. 25: Get Started with Google Drive: Create, Store and Access Documents on the Web for Free: Google Drive is the new way to create, save and retrieve documents on the web for free. In this class, participants will learn how to access free software to create word documents, spread sheets, databases and more, then to save and retrieve those documents from Google Cloud, all at no cost. Basic computer skills are required. Class size is limited to eight. Call 622-0956 to sign-up. 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Art. Shara Prindle, The Frame Shop owner, is showing her oil paintings at the West Lafayette Library during the month of February. Her pictures can be viewed during normal operation hours, 601 East Main Street, West Lafayette.

Deborah Deibel Gary L. Deibel and Deborah Deibel to Gary and Deborah Deibel Olbee Sammons Sr. and Dollie Sammons to William L. Sammons and Ann M. Sammons 2/1 Samuel A. Miller and Esther J. Miller, deceased, to Mose A. Yoder 2/4 Thomas Johnson III and Sarah A. Johnson, Trustees of the Beck Revocable Living Trust dated 2-15-2011 to Thomas Johnson III and Sarah A. Johnson, Trustees of the Johnson Revocable Living Trust dated 2-15-2011 2/6 Leroy A. and Mary C. Troyer to Mary C. Troyer Nancy A. McCoun, deceased, to Donald L. McCoun Sherry A. Harris to Sherry A. Harris Ben L. Kunze to Melanie A. Kunze Estate of Thomas Sutton to Sharon V. Sutton Blaise A. Patrick, Mark E. Patrick, Gerald Patrick, Thomas Patrick, Paul Patrick, and George Knox and Kathleen Knox to Blaise A., Mark E, Gerald, Thomas, and Paul Patrick

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Funds from all of the events go toward fighting cancer. “Usually we raise around $600 and this year we had $500 just in T-shirt sales,” Prince said. The first Dunk for a Cure was held in honor of Greg Yurjevic who had just been diagnosed with cancer. “The first year he came to the game in a wheelchair and last year he was well enough to shoot during halftime,” Prince said. Even after Yurjevic won his battle with cancer, Prince felt it was important to continue Dunk for a Cure. FUNDRAISER Seniors Peggy Prince and Emily Simpson stand with “It’s not only Mr. Yurjevic the T-shirts that were sold as part of this year’s Dunk for a Cure at Cowho has dealt with cancer,” she shocton High School. The event helps raise funds to fight cancer. said. “There are several other BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS teachers and people who mean Day and the opportunity to take your hat off in a lot to the students who have gone through it. honor of survivors and fighters, Thursday was This is a way for us to give back to them.” College T-shirt Day when students teamed up Each day of Spirit Week also had a slogan against cancer and Friday was Dunk for a Cure to make students think about those impacted by Shirt Day. cancer. Monday was PJ Day when they dreamed Student Council helped Prince out with the of a cure, Tuesday was Twin Day and the chance design for the Dunk for a Cure shirts. to double up on cancer, Wednesday was Hat “We aren’t very busy after Christmas so it’s fun to be able to help out,” said senior Emily Simpson. Prince appreciates their help and that of the underclassmen who have stepped up to learn how to run the event after she graduates. “It’s great that everyone wants to get more involved,” she said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON – What started out as a simple fundraiser with T-shirts has turned into a week full of fun activities for students at Coshocton High School. Dunk for a Cure was started three years ago by senior Peggy Prince. The 2013 version of the event included the opportunity to buy neon colored T-shirts to show your Redskin pride, Spirit Week and halftime fun at the Feb. 8 boys’ basketball game against Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans. “We wanted to get more students involved,” Prince said.

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CHAMPIONS! Thomas Wright, 12-years-old, is pictured accepting his $25 gift certificate from Chili Crossroads Pastor Neal Dearyan after winning the junior atomic wings contest at the third annual Tri-County Wing Contest & Wild Game Dinner held Sunday evening, Feb. 10, at Chili Crossroads Bible Church. Wright, who is a sixth grader at Keene Elementary downed nine wings to claim the championship – “They were really spicy,” Wright said, “I was really excited when I found out I won the contest.” This was his first attempt at the contest. “I wanted to stop at number five,” he said. Asked how he pushed through to consume nine wings, he said, “I really wanted to win. They had a hot barbecue taste. I would do it again.” Mike Bechtol also held on to his title as the adult atomic wings contest champion, consuming 22 of the hot wings. The event also included wild game dishes, a live taxidermy demonstration, bounce house, junior and adult atomic wings eating contest for the kids and an inspirational message by Pastor Neal Dearyan. For more photos of the event visit our website at www.coshoctonbeacontoday. com. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE


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CHEER The Coshocton High School Varsity Cheerleaders attended the Hopewell Indians Basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 6 and cheered with the Hopewell Indian Cheerleaders. They arrived an hour prior to the game starting and practiced with the cheerleaders. They shared some cheers with each other and prepared for the game. What a wonderful experience this was for both squads. Left to right: Faith Williams, Alexa Sutton, Shauince Masters, Monique Mayle, Raven Shannon, Katie Tatro, Alexandra Philabaum, Lauren Szymczak, Erin Kennard, and Olivia Bosson. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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DONATION Jason Given (left) and Philip Hunt from the Coshocton Rotary Club presented dictionaries to Paula Hathaway’s third grade class at Sacred Heart. Pictured from right to left are: Joseph Abel, Corey Alvarez, Liam Stevens-Woolery, Allie Hains, Mikayla Smith, Colston Lauvray, Alex Papadopol and Anthony Bouris-Wilson in the front row and Jason Given and Philip Hunt in the back. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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99 Chevy Express

Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air.

3,000

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04 Chevy 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4 HD

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00 GMC Safari SLE RWD Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air.

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08 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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01 Nissan Frontier Crew 4x4

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04 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 Power Seat, Power Sunroof, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

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12 Dodge Avenger

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04 Saturn ION

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04 Ford Ranger Ext 4x4 XLT Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

9,481

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09 Jeep Patriot 4x4 Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner, Non Smoker.

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04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 LT Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.

04 Honda Accord Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Air.

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07 Chevy Impala LT

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08 Dodge Nitro SLT 4x4

12,531

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06 Chevy 1 Ton Crew 4x4 LT

Duramax Diesel, Power Seats, PowerSunroof, Heated Leather Seats, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo.

15,841

$

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17,641

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12 Chevy Equinox LT AWD

08 GMC 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE 6.0L, MAX, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

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