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Habitat for Humanity site supervisor John Addy had the help of Clow employees Feb. 15. “Ten of them volunteered and helped us out with the siding, drywall and insulation,” he said. The work was done at the Habitat for Humanity home being built on Orange Street right behind the Himebaugh lot. Heather Rainwater from Clow said the company sent around a flyer about the volunteer opportunity and anyone who wanted to come help was more than welcome to. “We believe in giving back to the community not just financially, but through hands-on projects that make a difference,” she said. Pictured are Rainwater and her husband Gabe working on siding. For more photos from the work day, visit www. coshoctonbeacontoday.com. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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COSHOCTON – Jason Given and Randall Peddicord attended the Feb. 13 Coshocton County Commissioners meeting to answer legal questions about county leases regarding land being used by The Ohio State University and the Hopewell Industries building. “We have two issues with the Hopewell Industries lease,” Given said. “We need to figure out the logistics of it and the legality of it.” Hopewell Industries is in the process of becoming a private organization and separating itself from the Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities. However, the Commissioners own the building and need to figure out issues with the current lease on it and who would be responsible for insurance. “We need to figure out everyone’s goals and find a way to make sure no one gets hurt in the process,” Given said. “I think our next step is to sit down with Mary Thompson-Hufford (from Hopewell Industries) and Steve Oster (from the Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities) to find out what their goals and plans are and then the pieces will come together easy.” After much discussion, the Commissioners also decided to approach OSU officials with one more attempt to wrap up a lease on county owned

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land being used by them for research projects. “We offered them $14 an acre when land in that area is going for $75 to $120 an acre,” said Commissioner Curtis Lee. Despite the lowered price, OSU still asked for no hunting and no future drilling for gas or oil on the property. “We are willing to not purse the hunting issue if they will pay a fair price for the land and we keep the mineral rights.” The Commissioners also decided to require OSU to maintain fences on the property and ask them to pay $40 an acre. “It’s a reduced market value price so we are still supporting their research in a way,” said Commissioner Gary Fischer. Peddicord told the Commissioners he would send out a letter with their new requests. OSU will have to respond to the Commissioners no later than March 15. If they refuse the new terms of the lease, the Commissioners will then look for other people to lease the land to. During the meeting, the Commissioners also discussed a request from the city to do work on their property at 318 Main St., which is the courthouse. The city is paving Chestnut Street and because the project is funded with grant money it must make the sidewalks at intersections on the street handicap accessible. However, the courthouse and the sidewalks around it belong to the Commissioners so their permission is needed before work can begin on the Chestnut Street side of the courthouse. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Deacon Doug Mould spoke at the first Lenten Lunch of the season on Wednesday, Feb. 13 about the significance of Ash Wednesday and how we can better serve God throughout this season. The Presbyterian Church hosts Lenten Lunches every Wednesday of Lent from 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

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Do you have Oil & Gas Leases? “This (fasting) should be an aid to prayer and remind us of our hunger for God,” he said. Another form of worship is through the giving of our treasures. “It’s a sign of care for people in need,” said Mould, “but also a gratitude for all that God has given us.” Mould concluded his sermon with a prayer. “We’re called to share the Gospel with others,” he said. “Not just keep it to ourselves. It’s our duty to build up each other and to lead each other to salvation.” The Lenten Lunches are every Wednesday of Lent at the Presbyterian Church from 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. A minimum donation of $4 is asked and all proceeds go to Church Women United and are used to provide school clothing for needy children in the community. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON – The Presbyterian Church hosted the first Lenten Lunch of the season Wednesday, Feb. 13 with speaker, Deacon Doug Mould from Sacred Heart. In his sermon, Mould focused on the significance of Ash Wednesday and delved into each of the three forms of worship as read in the Scripture reading, Matthew 6: 1-6, 16-20: fasting, alms-giving, and prayer. Ash Wednesday officially begins the Lent season of the 40 days and 40 nights before Easter. During this time, many Christians will give up something of worth to them in order to spend more time with God. Many also had ashes placed on their forehead on Ash Wednesday as a symbolic reminder that we are all sinners. “You are dust and to dust you shall return,” said Mould. “This reminds us of our own mortality. When we sin, we damage our relationship with Him (God). We separate ourselves from Him. Ashes are a reminder to us that we are sinful and we are flawed.” Mould discussed how we rebuild our relationship with God through fasting, almsgiving, and prayer.

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MILLERSBURG - Millersburg Electric earned a coveted Excellence in Marketing Award at Generac’s sixth annual dealer conference January 7 – 9 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Hotel in Orlando, Fla. This award is given to the Generac dealer that most consistently leverages opportunities to increase market awareness. This was one of three such regional awards presented from a dealer base of more than 4800 nationwide. “This award means a great deal to Millersburg Electric. To have our efforts in sales and marketing recognized by Generac on a national level is extremely humbling and an indicator that our staff works very hard promoting the Generac brand in our region,” said Millersburg Electric president, Kerry Taylor, who accepted the award along with Ken Mohler, the Generator Field Sales Coordinator. Over 1100 dealer representatives attended the four-day conference. Awards were chosen by members of the Generac sales team, and were presented at the conclusion of the event. “We congratulate Millersburg Electric for earning the 2012 Excellence in Marketing Award,” said Ryan Jeske, vice president of sales, Generac. “Without the outstanding contributions of dealers like Millersburg Electric, the Generac brand would not have the high degree of respect or market leadership that it does.” In addition, Millersburg Electric earned Generac’s top sales level for 2012, becoming a Premier level dealer. As one of only 30 dealers to attain this level nationwide, the company continues to be the top performing single location Generac dealer in Ohio. Begun in 2007, Generac’s dealer conferences provide product and market training, vendor showcases, and new product introductions to Generac dealers. Generac executives and members of management are on hand as well to learn best practices from the dealers. Generac continues to be the leader in stand-by power systems, holding an approximate 80 percent share of in-home automatic generators sold nationwide. Since 1945, Millersburg Electric has served the region as an electrical contractor and retail appliance provider. In 2004, Millersburg Electric became a Generac dealer and to date has nearly 2000 systems it maintains within an approximate 50 mile radius of Millersburg. They can be reached at 330-674-3806, or at www.millersburgelectric.com. 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 – The Footlight nights a week for three hours preparing Players will pay tribute to bluesy, for this production since Jan. 7. They country singer, Patsy Cline in their have been practicing with recorded latest production of “Always…Patsy music, but a live band, the “Bodacious Cline” which will run March 1, 2, 8, Bobcats”, will be joining them for later 9, 15, and 16 at 8 p.m. at the Triple practices and the performances. Each Locks Theatre in Roscoe Village. performance will also feature various “We’re dedicating this to the 50th local musicians who will perform anniversary of Patsy Cline’s plane prior to the performance. For those crash and death,” said Susan Metz, who reserve their ticket for opening director. “We thought it would be a night, there will be a reception from great tribute to her.” 7 – 8 p.m. featuring southern food. The show, featuring two female Tickets for “Always…Patsy roles and 27 crew members, centers Cline” can be reserved by calling on Patsy’s life and her friendship with 622-2959 Monday through Thursday Louise Segar, whom she befriended in from 7 – 9 p.m. and 2 – 4 p.m. on 1961. The two remained close friends performance dates. Tickets are until Patsy’s death on March 5, 1963. $10 for adults and $5 for students. “She became very popular very PATSY AND LOUISE The Footlight Players will be performing “Always… Reservations will begin Feb. 18 for quickly,” said Metz. “I don’t think Patsy Cline” on March 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, and 16 at 8 p.m. at the Triple Locks Theatre. Footlight Player members and Feb. she ever lost touch with her fan base, Pictured here dressed in their western best is Maxine Metheney as Patsy, 19 to the general public. “We just hope everyone will and I think that’s her tribute. She had and Shelly Lillibridge as Patsy’s friend, Louise Segar. BEACON PHOTO BY come out,” said Metz. “Whether number one records but she never lost BETH SCOTT you’re a Patsy Cline fan or not, you her roots.” Patsy is portrayed by Maxine Metheney, an icon in a field that I was raised.” will enjoy it. It’s just good music. People who who will perform 27 of Patsy’s hit songs, Lillibridge commented that she has learned a aren’t familiar with the music are in for a treat.” and her friend, Louise, is portrayed by Shelly lot about Patsy Cline since being cast as Patsy’s BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM Lillibridge. The understudy for Maxine is friend. She also said she believes she brings gusto Kristen Amore, who will sing a musical tribute to her character Louise, and seeing Lillibridge each night during intermission to the Women of perform during rehearsal, she definitely adds spunk and humor to the production. Country Music Hall of Fame. “She’s been so dedicated,” said Metz about “Louise is quite a character,” said Lillibridge. Amore. “She’s been here every night, and we “She’s a storyteller, but in her own way.” Metz believes that after 15 years of waiting, wanted to give her a chance to be on stage.” Metheney has been singing all of her life, she has found the perfect pair to play Patsy and and grew up in a musical family. Her own unique Louise. voice echoes that of Patsy Cline’s perfectly, “The first time I knew about this play was and she considers being able to portray the late 15 years ago,” said Metz. “I thought the moment I saw it how much I wanted to do it here. I was singer an honor. “I was raised on country bluegrass music,” concerned about getting the right Patsy, and Metheney said. “My family played music, and these two came along and I knew it was time. • Country Setting that’s what we played. I was raised on this It’s very exciting.” • Applicants must be at Seton Coshocton music. It’s such an honor to pay tribute to such The cast and crew have been rehearsing four least 62 years of age.

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and its partners with major support from the PNC Foundation. For a lot of the children, this was their first introduction to astronomy and possibly their first time learning about a different culture, from Hu Hu Zhu, a Muppet from the Chinese co-production of Sesame Street. Through this educational and interactive video, the children learn that although we may come from different cultures LEARNING ABOUT THE SKY Children at Coshocton County Head Start took and backgrounds, we still a trip to the moon with their friends from Sesame Street, Big Bird, Elmo, and a look at the same sky. new friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu. The program, ‘One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s The traveling Adventure’ is a 27-minute video part of a traveling planetarium, Growing Up planetarium is a $350 Great Together Under One Big Sky, geared toward teaching children ages four million, bilingual to six all about the wonders of the night sky in language they would understand. initiative and began The program was specially created by the Sesame Workshop and its partners in 2004 with a goal of with major support from the PNC Foundation. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH helping to prepare young SCOTT children for their future kindergarten,” said Carla Aaronhalt, Education educational endeavors. “Part of what the Ohio Department of Manager. “This program meets so many of the Education requires is that we do early learning requirements. It’s bringing the stars inside for standards they need to meet before they go to them and it’s a great way to bring them that experience.” The children also learned about the Big Dipper, the North Star, and how the atmosphere is different on the moon than here on earth. The children received a sticker on the way back to their classroom. The traveling mobile will finish their tour through Ohio and then move Free hearing tests will be given at the on to Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey. Beltone Hearing Aid Center BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM Brand New Office at 135 Downtowner Plaza Coshocton, OH The test will be given by a licensed Care That Is Anything But Ordinary... Hearing Care Practitioner, Thursday, Feb 21st from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Feb 26th 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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COSHOCTON - The staff, board members and volunteers who help provide the services offered by First Step, Family Violence Intervention Services, Inc. were honored during the organization’s Feb. 11 annual meeting at Coshocton Hospital. After enjoying a dinner of salad and soup prepared by the hospital, board of trustees member Mary Tracy had the pleasure of introducing the shelter workers. “These are the people who do all the work for us,” she said. Crystal Kiser, who also serves on the board, had the honor of introducing the students and other volunteers who give their time. “We have a tight budget and it’s the students and volunteers who make our services possible,” she said. The organization’s budget was the topic Kathy Bauman, board president, discussed in her presentation. “We’ve lost some funding which makes it so we can do less with our school programs to address bullying and other problems our children face, but we are doing everything in our power to keep going,” she said. “We’ve seen progress made with what we have done.” One hundred and thirty-eight students were

provided advocacy services by the School Youth Advocate program and 2,223 students in the three county school districts and at the Career Center were educated by the prevention program. Kim Gress, board vice president, shared First Steps’ annual report and also took a moment to highlight how the organization is able to also help pets who belong to victims. “We have a nice kennel and a place for people to keep their pets,” she said. “A lot of time if people can’t get to you they will get to your pets and if people are anything like me your pets are your family.” Jill Lahna, the board treasurer, gave the organizations financial report. The bulk of First Steps funding comes from federal and state grants, but community support also is heavily counted on. “It’s vital to us,” Lahna said. “We appreciate what the community already does, but we could always use more.” During the meeting, attendees also listened to a presentation called “My Voice” by Jayne Jacops and a speech by Inna Simakovsky, who is an immigration attorney. According to Victoria Laudick, executive director of First Step, the organization provided

more than 16,363.25 hours of direct services hours and 213 prevention hours in 2012 and the Hope House Shelter was occupied 84 percent of the year. “It is the ultimate goal to decrease violent crimes in Coshocton County, to ensure that the next generation will live in a community of peacefulness, not fear,” she said in the meeting’s program. Laudick also shared in the meeting’s program that the 2012 Coshocton Municipal Court Report states that there were 11 felony domestic violence cases, four felonious assaults, two sexual batteries and two rapes. “There is still work to be done, we as community can change these numbers by educating ourselves about violence in our community, knowing local resources and educating our youth,” she said. For information about First Step, visit www. firststepcoshocton.org and/or become of friend of the organization on Facebook. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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February 22nd, 1953 From waitress to city bus driver. That was the story of Margie Philips who was one of two women employees of the city bus transportation. The city buses were now operated by two women and two men. The women worked the days and men took the night hours. The other woman driver was Mina Hall, who had worked as a bus driver since May 1952. The two women drove 17 trips a day each from 6 a.m. – 3 p.m., six days a week. Both women loved meeting the public in Coshocton and agreed that although driving bus was strenuous, they believed women were up for the challenge.

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February 24th, 1963 A new log debarker, recently installed at the New Wright Lumber Co. mill in Nellie, was the first machine of its kind to be installed in the area. The debarker, manufactured by the Morbark Debarker Co. in Winn, MI, was the first Morbark product to be put into use in Ohio. The new machine would handle the debarking of logs from six inch to 36 inches in diameter and recommended for both hardwoods and softwoods. The debarking process was used to eliminate sand, dirt, and foreign materials and made it easier when sawing the logs.

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February 21st, 1973 Between 200-250 people attended the Coshocton High School Science Fair to view the 301 projects and 40 research papers on display, making this the largest science fair in Coshocton High School’s history to this date. The exhibits and papers were entered in nine different scientific fields: zoology, botany, physics, chemistry, general science, pollution, home economics, micro-biology, and psychology. Superior ratings were given to seven exhibits and five research papers. These 12 winners had the chance to compete at Eastern District Science Day at Marietta College on March 3.

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WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH) released the following statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address: “This evening, I had hoped the President would lay out precise details on how he plans to grow the economy, create jobs, and reduce our nation’s out-of-control spending and deficit. On behalf of the hardworking Ohioans and Americans whose tax dollars are being squandered away daily by this Administration, I demand that our President show some leadership and lay out specific spending cuts and reforms that will get this country back to work and back on track. Unfortunately, this did not happen tonight. “Our national debt has surpassed $16 trillion under President Obama. The amount of national debt incurred under this White House is greater than the entire national debt accumulated in the

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February 25th, 1983 Sally Emslie had spent 40-50 hours a week painting for the past three years. It was a passion she had worked very hard at, giving up tennis and community organizations to paint. Two of her paintings were selected to be shown in the Louisiana International Watercolor Society’s 13th annual exhibit in New Orleans, and another one of her paintings was to be featured in the traveling Georgia Watercolor Society’s Fourth Annual National exhibit. Emslie never started a painting with a preconceived idea of what her painting would look like. She would just start painting and let the painting speak to her. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

first 220 years of American history. Even as President Obama claimed tonight that he will not increase the deficit by a single dime, he has single-handedly increased our nation’s debt by $5.8 trillion in just four years. He did not offer any semblance of a plan as to how he intends to alter his spending habits tonight. “House Republicans have presented the Democrat-led Senate with numerous policies to encourage developing a responsible budget and reduce the outrageous spending culture in Washington; however, these pleas have been met with no response. In just under two months of this Congress alone, the Republican-led House has passed the ‘No Budget No Pay Act’ and the ‘Require a Plan Act,’ both of which hold lawmakers in Washington accountable for failing to enact a responsible budget. It is time for our colleagues on the other side of the aisle to step up to the plate and offer up solutions to strengthen our struggling middle class and create jobs. The President made no indication of any exact plans to do so in this evening’s address. “Tonight, President Obama said that it’s not a bigger government we need, but a smarter government. That is true. But unfortunately, once again, he offered nothing but rhetoric. He offered no real plan for a smarter government; just rhetorical, empty promises. “This evening’s address further exemplified that as a nation, we are divided. President Obama’s destructive policies have done nothing more than lead us down a dead-end road. I had hoped to hear a much more optimistic and specific plan this evening for our country’s economic well-being. I am eager to work together with my colleagues in the House and Senate this Congress to strengthen this country’s broken economy.”

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COSHOCTON - Plans are underway for the Second Habitat Women Build. Construction crews will be out in force Saturday, May 11, although preliminary work will begin on Saturday, May 4. Sue Sheck is in the process of recruiting teams of women from all of the school districts in Coshocton County; though, this does not mean all the teams must be associated with one of the local schools. Volunteers are also being sought throughout the county to assist on this project and others that are planned. It is hoped that those who will work and have worked in the past continue to make themselves available on future projects. It is hoped that there will be 20 -25 teams that are interested in being a part of the Women Build. Teams will be recruited for a variety of positions from site setup through construction. Each team will have a maximum of 10, including the team leader with a goal of raising $2,000 toward the house building costs. Teams are encouraged to contact Sheck at suesheck7@ yahoo.com or 622-6364 in the evening. Assistance is always needed even after the home is built. Volunteers are needed to help with painting and other interior and exterior projects. The Women Build this year will be involved with house 12 on Orange Street in Coshocton and/or house 13, which is the veteran build. The site of the veteran build has not been determined at this time. The affiliate has again been awarded the Lowe’s grant that sponsors the Women Build nationally. Our affiliate will be working with the Lowe’s in Zanesville. Construction workers will have the opportunity to participate in the Lowe’s training clinic which is offered to women who

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Legal Department Case Review Total cases filed in the Legal Department were down in 2012 from 885 in 2011 to 757 this year. We had 183 foreclosure cases with 67 of those cases being delinquent land tax cases. Judgment liens numbered 569 compared to 678 filed in 2011. Open Items The Open Items balance at the end of 2021 was $53,590.79. This amount is monies that are deposited with the court at the time a case is filed and are held by the Clerk until the case is closed. When the case is closed, court costs are

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figured and these monies are disbursed into the appropriate accounts. This amount is normal for the number of open cases on file. Legal Revenue Legal Fees collected in 2012 were $120,874.83 with a total of $151,062.36 total fees paid into the General Fund for 2012. In addition to these fees, the Clerk collects fees for other entities though court costs billings that are also paid into the General Fund. These include fees for Computer Fund, Domestic Violence Fund, Dretac, Courts Special Projects, the Law Library, Mandatory Drug Fines, Public Defender Reimbursements, Indigent Defendant fees, and Adult Probation Supervision fee. The total of those fees collected in 2012 was $80,224.35. The Clerk also collects fees for the State of Ohio and remits these fees monthly. The total of those fees collected in 2012 were $17,353.55. Fees collected and remitted to the Sheriff’s Department through court costs bills were $28,236.80. Notary fees collected and remitted to the Coshocton County Bar Association were $931.88. The Clerk of Courts Office issued 97 passports in 2012. The Clerk’s Office receives $25 (less postage to mail in the passports) for each passport application processed resulting in approximately $2,400. Because of new regulations mandated by the Passport Agency it was determined not to be cost effective for the Title Office to accept applications. However, the Legal Office at the Courthouse does continue with this process. Each deputy clerk must complete annual training and pass a test to be certified to accept passport applications. Title Department The Title Department issued 21,323 titles in 2012 paying $2,542,134.00 to the State of Ohio and $211,020.00 to the County in fees and sales tax. These figures were up from 2011. The Title Department operates on fees collected and is not a General Fund operation. If a vehicle is purchased “out of County” our County does receive the sales tax, but does not receive the

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a requirement of attending the school. “We encourage it, but it is optional,” Wilson said. In addition to helping to prepare the students from McFeeders, Wilson also will compete at the state tournament. “I’ve been there before, but I believe no one else has,” he said. “You have to train as hard as you can for it because you have no idea what you are going to face until you get there. There could be two others in your belt rank or kids could go through six or seven fights. We train as if you are going to at least see five matches.”

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COSHOCTON - A group of children and adult martial artists will take their skills to a state tournament in April to find out if they have what it takes to move on to nationals. The eight competitors are students at the Coshocton branch of the McFeeders & Olympic Tae Kwon Do Academies. “They are all going to do awesome,” said Jim Wilson, who teaches at McFeeders. “I’d be surprised if the whole group didn’t come back with golds.” The state tournament is scheduled for April 7, in Akron and the national tournament will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. “You just have to compete in tournaments throughout the year to be able to go,” Wilson said. “This is what we train for all year.” Classes are held three days a week and Wilson said anyone can do Tae Kwon Do. “Its individual and group work and more like kickboxing with a lot of cardio,” Wilson said. He has been with McFeeder’s for nine years, but been involved with martial arts for more than 30. “It gives people a lot of self discipline and confidence and can teach kids respect,” Wilson said. “A lot of kids will come in here shy or with attention problems and end up doing real well.” Competing in competitions also is not

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Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns proceeds distributed BERLIN - At its Jan. 16 Innkeeper Roundtable, the Amish Country Lodging Council presented the proceeds from the Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns to charity representatives, Mark and Dorothy Rohrer of the Love Center Food Pantry and Dr. D.J. McFadden and Marion Crane, of Hospice of Holmes and Wayne Counties, checks totaling more than $9,600 to each organization. “We have reached a milestone,” said Cookie Tour Chairperson Loretta Coblentz. “In five years of hosting the Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns, we have donated more than $50,000 to charity.” Twelve inns of Amish Country presented the ultimate chocolate extravaganza as they celebrated five years of Christmas confections during the Dreaming of a Chocolate Christmas on Sunday and Monday, Dec. 2-3, 2012. One

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thousand four hundred visitors from across Ohio and adjoining states enjoyed delectable sweet chocolate treats as they toured through chocolate themed inns. On their self-guided tour, guests received a specialty chocolate cookie at each inn. The delectable delights included a Triple Chocolate Chunk Pecan Cookie, Caramel-Filled Chocolate Cookie, and Santa’s ChocolatyChocolate-Chip Cookie. Expressing appreciation for the donation to the Love Center, Mark Rohrer said, “We have been blessed for the last eleven years to be able to serve the families of Holmes County. In that time, we have been amazed at how the good Lord takes care of the needs of the ministry. We are so thankful to you for your continued support and encouragement. Thank you for your willingness to work with us to continue to touch the lives of the people in our community.” Hospice representative, Dr. McFadden said, “We deeply appreciate the support that you again

have given us this year. It is great to live and work in a place where businesses concentrate not just on earning a profit, but seek to work together to benefit the local community. This project deeply blesses the residents of Holmes County and we are thankful for all you do.” The Amish Country Lodging Council, operating under the auspices of the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to excellence in hospitality and “embraces the concept of giving back to the community,” said Coblentz. “Christmas is about love and sharing. Chocolate and cookies are a delicious vehicle to deliver that love. It is our mission to showcase our lovely inns, while at the same time bless our wonderful charity partners who provide care at a time when it is most desperately needed.” The 2013 inn-to-inn tour will be Sunday, Dec. 8 and Monday, Dec. 9. Tour information will be available at www.christmascookietour.com, facebook.com/christmascookietour, or by calling the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau at 330-674-3975.

Plans for chili cook-off moving along COSHOCTON - The Coshocton High School Choir Chili Cook-Off and Dinner is still on for Saturday, Feb. 23, in the high school cafeteria. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. with ticket holders getting to vote on their favorite chili and enjoying a chili dinner with grilled cheese sandwich and drink. McDonalds will provide enough drink for 300 servings of their popular orange drink and

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lemonade will be provided by the Coshocton High School Choir Council. Chili cook-off entries will receive cash awards provided by Doug Marmie State Farm Insurance, Local Team Shop and The Coshocton County Beacon. Bakers IGA, The Coshocton County Beacon and the high school main office are serving as outlets for community ticket sales. Sheldon and Tammy Mencer also are contacting other area merchants and companies to sign on as sponsors through purchasing 10 tickets at $10 each. In addition to receiving 10 tickets, each sponsor will be given wall space to place their company banner and table space in the commons for advertising. Aaron Mencer and Michael Blowers are in charge of recruiting chili cook-off participants and high school choir students will be working the event as parking attendants, greeters at the door, serving line, works bar, drinks and clean up. Aaron and Shannon Folkert are organizing the talent show portion of the event.


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Brown for the Redskins tied for 27th in the girls and Coshocton’s Marc Smith was sixth at 56.37 and Bryce Philabaum 11th at 1:01.99. Over the past four years, River View senior Hannah Ringenberg for Coshocton placed 14th swimmer Coleston Pope has swam the equivalent in the women’s 100 yard breaststroke at 1:14.10. of 2,250 miles, attended swim camps, swam in Ridgewood’s Brian Rogers swam the a minimum of 100 meets and had advice from 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:04.10, six different coaches. That all paid off this past finishing ninth. weekend when Pope qualified for the state swim The Coshocton girls’ 400 yard freestyle meet in the 200 individual medley and the 500 relay team of Kaitlyn Salmans, Emily Simpson, freestyle at the district swim meet. Hannah Ringenberg and Emily Baker were a This is not Pope’s first trip to the state meet, strong seventh at 3:57.35. having qualified last year as a member of River Both River View and Coshocton boys relay View’s fantastic four relay swim team that teams competed in the 400 yard freestyle relay consisted of himself, Zack Elson, Wade Garrett with the Bears team of Dalton Hammond, Garrett and Tom Arthan. Pope is the current individual Gee, Brendan Dickson and Coleston Pope taking school record holder in the 200 IM and 100 third at 3:32.21 while Coshocton’s quad of Marc breaststroke, a member of the school record 200 Smith, Jacob Blank, Bryce Philabaum and Alex medley and the 400 freestyle relays. He also Wheeler sixth with a time of 3:35.46. holds the ECOL record in the 200 IM, the 400 All in all, it was a successful meet for freestyle and is a member of the 400 freestyle local swimmers with many talented swimmers relay record team. returning to the pool next season. Coleston was named the ECOL male swimmer of the year and is a four time SEOSL All-Star. TRADE-IN GET He hopes to finish in the top 16 at the state meet, held later this week in Canton. River View head swim coach Noah OFF INSTANTLY Gallagher said, “It has been an honor and privilege to coach someone as dedicated as WHEN YOU rer Rep Coleston has been to the sport of swimming. All Manufacture Wed. PURCHASE A e h e will b of his hard work has paid off in the form of a 9-3pm QUALIFYING March 20 return trip to Canton in two individual events.” M18 XC KIT trade in a 14.4V or greater professional grade cordless tool with 2 or more batteries. 500 yard freestyle, with Coshocton’s Emily andSee branch associate for details and complete listing of eligible M18 XC Kits. Simpson ninth and Kaitlyn Salmans 11th. OFFER VALID FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 31, 2013 River View’s Coleston Pope was third in the men’s 500 yard freestyle with Jacob Blank for Coshocton 14th. The Redskins 200 yard freestyle relay team TRADE-IN of Savannah Brown, Casey Fortney, Jacqueline GET Roman and Kaitlyn Salmans came in 10th at 1:52.30 and River View’s Morgan Ashcraft, M18™ Cordless OFF INSTANTLY M18™ Cordless 1/2” High Torque Samantha Douglass, Kristen Douglass and 2-Tool Combo Kit Impact Wrench w/Friction Ring Kit 2697-22 2663-22 Lydia Els were 23rd. WAS $29900 WAS $38900 In the boy’s 200 yard freestyle relay, 00 AFTER $199 $28900 AFTER TRADE-IN TRADE-IN Coshocton’s Nathan Lain, Drew Smith, Corbin Coffman and Cody McVay came in 16th. In the 100 yard backstroke, Savannah

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Swimmers from River View, Coshocton and Brian Rogers, Ridgewood’s lone swimmer, competed in the OHSAA Division II swim meet last week with River View’s Coleston Pope qualifying for state. Ridgewood’s Rogers took fifth place in the men’s 100 yard freestyle with a time of 49.88. The sophomore from General land swims at the Coshocton pool and anticipates coming back strong for his junior season. He also placed ninth in the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:04.10. Team rankings had River View boys and Coshocton boys finishing eighth and ninth, respectively, a strong performance for both swim teams. Teams with names like Granville, Bishop Hartley, Columbus Academy, Bishop Watterson and others were their competitors. Dover finished second among all teams. The Coshocton girls swim team finished a strong seventh at the district meet and River View girls came in 15th. Coshocton’s girls senior relay team of Savannah Brown, Emily Simpson, Hannah Ringenberg and Emily Baker went out with a flourish, finishing seventh in the 200 yard medley with a time of 1:58.30, just behind Dover. In the men’s 200 yard medley, River View’s quad of Garrett Gee, Dalton Hammond, Coleston Pope and Brendan Dickson came in seventh at 1:48.06. Coshocton’s four consisting of Marc Smith, Bryce Philabaum, Alex Wheeler and Jacob Blank came in ninth at 1:49.97. Four lady swimmers competed in the women’s 200 yard freestyle with Coshocton’s senior swimmer and female ECOL swimmer of the year Emily Baker coming in sixth at 2:00.46. For the Bear’s sophomore Lydia Els was just behind Baker at 2:01.05. Two more swimmers for Coshocton, Emily Simpson and Kaitlyn Salmans finished 17th and 19th, respectively. On the men’s side of things, Redskins junior Marc Smith finished seventh in the 200 yard freestyle with Jacob Blank also of Coshocton 18th and River View’s Garrett Gee 26th. Coshocton swimmers Savannah Brown and Casey Fortney came in 27th and 29th in the women’s 200 yard IM. Three local male swimmers were in the men’s 200 yard IM, with River View’s Coleston Pope taking fourth, Coshocton’s Alex Wheeler eighth and Redskins freshman Bryce Philabaum 14th. In the women’s 100 yard butterfly, Hannah Ringenberg for Coshocton took 14th. On the men’s side, Redskins Alex Wheeler was 14th in the 100 yard butterfly and freshman Cody McVay was 23rd. Coshocton’s Emily Baker came in fourth in the 100 yard freestyle at 54.51. Only a sophomore, Jacqueline Roman finished 13th for the ‘Skins. Three local male swimmers competed in the men’s 100 yard freestyle, with Ridgewood’s Brian Rogers coming in fifth, River View’s Dalton Hammond 12th and Brendan Dickson, 19th. River View’s Lydia Els finished third in the

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NEW PHILADELPHIA Coffee News East Central Ohio is very pleased to announce, Natalie McVicker, as its new sales leader. McVicker was born and raised in New Philadelphia and is a 1997 graduate of New Philadelphia High. “Natalie comes to us with 12 years of sales experience and a wealth of knowledge in the East Central Ohio market,” said Jac Clay owner/ publisher of the Coffee News East Central Ohio Franchise. “She will head up our sales staff in Coshocton, Holmes, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties.” Coffee News was developed in Manitoba, Canada in 1988 and is celebrating its 25th year in business during 2013. Coffee News is also the world’s largest restaurant distributed publication and is published and distributed weekly in more than 1,000 franchise territories. To learn more about Coffee News, e-mail natalie.coffeenews@yahoo. com or call 330-763-4236.

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COSHOCTON – Before your tax refund burns a hole in your pocket you might want to visit www.coshoctonchamber.com and discover different places you can spend your money and help the local economy. “I think people need to take time to explore what Coshocton has to offer,” said Amy Stockdale, executive director of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce. “Other than places like Hollister you can find it here and the big box franchises aren’t going to offer you the same friendly atmosphere as our small shop owners.” The public is welcome to call the Chamber at 622-5411 for help in finding information on a certain type of business or service or view the list of members found on the organization’s website. Chamber members offer everything from air conditioning repairs to cheesecakes to financial services. “For any type of service someone might need there is probably a chamber member who does it,” Stockdale said. Spending your money in Coshocton also has a big impact on the local economy. “For every $100 spent at a locally owned business $68 of it stays in the local economy and only $43 of that stays if you spent it at a national chain store,” Stockdale said. Another great way to help you get into the habit of spending your money locally is to attend one of the Cash Mobs, which are sponsored by the Chamber. Cash Mobs are held the second Monday of each month and participants are asked to spend at least $10 at the business selected for the month. This month’s was held at Marilyn’s Natural Foods and the sites set to “mob” are kept updated on the Facebook page, Coshocton Cash Mob. “They (Marilyn’s) were really excited to get some new customers,” Stockdale said. “It’s all about giving people that personal touch, which you can’t get online.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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A record 64 kids attended Crazy Hat Night at the AWANA club last Wednesday night, Feb. 13 at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. Kids aged 2-18 are welcome to attend AWANA every Wednesday from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Please call 545-9707 for more information or visit www.chilibiblechurch.org for more pictures. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10, Fresno. PHOTO CON-

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The Deputy Phil Program sponsored by the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Department visited Sacred Heart School Feb. 8. The program educates children about safety, crime prevention, values and responsibility using a unique entertainment methodology. In addition to the live animated presentation which is the program highlight, each child receives a high quality grade-specific activity workbook as well as other useful supplementary materials designed to reinforce the program’s concepts. The program was presented by Mr. Mike, a Deputy Phil representative, and he was accompanied by Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers and Deputy Chris Andrews. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON COSHOCTON - USMC PFC Jorgen Alverson of Coshocton, recently completed training at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., unmanned aerial systems (drone) training center. He trained as a shadow systems maintainer specialist used in reconnaissance and graduated first in his class. Prior to his training in Arizona, Alverson received training at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. in aviation electronics, graduating second in his class. Alverson has now been assigned to Camp Pendleton, Calif. to begin his military occupation specialty. He is the son of Shawn Alverson and Leslie Griley of Coshocton.


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COSHOCTON - Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. will conduct a FAFSA Assistance Night from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at Coshocton High School in the third floor computer labs to assist parents and students in filing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information online for the 2013-2014 school year. Numerous area college financial aid counselors will be available for assistance in completing this application. You will need to bring records of any income earned by yourself and the student in 2012 along with other items from the list below that may apply. Please 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. • Student’s driver’s license • Parent and student 2012 W-2 Forms and any records of money earned • Parent and student 2012 IRS 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ tax returns. This does not mean they have to have been submitted yet, just filled out. • Your 2012 untaxed income records • Social Security (SSI, disability or retirement) • Records of cash assistance from Job and

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information and menus,” Larson said. If you have any information or items you may wish to share, call Larson or Angie Pyle at 622-7112 or e-mail jlarson400@yahoo.com or angelapyle@yahoo.com. The restaurant also will feature some of the favorites from Thomas’ menu and new surprises. “We will have nice seafood dishes and continue to have good steaks,” Larson said. Dinners also will occasionally have the opportunity to enjoy light acoustic guitar and piano music. “I like the history of this restaurant and knowing that it was family owned,” Larson said. “It was an icon in Coshocton and the place to be and I want to bring energy and excitement back to it.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Jerry Gress carves a roast whole deer on Sunday, Feb. 10 for the Third Annual Tri-County Wing Contest and Wild Game Dinner. About 300 attendees enjoyed raccoon, Cajun jambalaya, and many other dishes. The event at the Chili Crossroads Bible church is becoming a local tradition every year on the second Sunday of February. See more pictures at www.chilibiblechurch.org.

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COSHOCTON - James H. McClure, Jr. has resigned as the Executive Director of the Roscoe Village Foundation effective Feb. 8, 2013 to pursue other endeavors, according to Ann Simpson, president of the Roscoe Village Foundation board of Trustees. During his tenure at Roscoe Village, McClure has worked to continue the focus of the Roscoe Village Foundation mission: the preservation, restoration and interpretation of Roscoe’s heritage during the Ohio canal period. Bill Dutton has been appointed Interim Director of Operations effective March 1, 2013. Dutton is currently a member of the Montgomery Foundation Board and will take a leave of absence to serve as Interim Director for the Roscoe Village Foundation. Chad Miller will be the village contact until Dutton’s start date. The Roscoe Village Foundation Board of Trustees expressed their appreciation of McClure’s dedication and service to Historic Roscoe Village and wishes him well in his new endeavors.

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COSHOCTON - Local Promotional Products Distributor Hasseman Marketing is participating with the National Promotional Products Work Week by hosting an open house and new products showcase. Clients and prospective clients of Hasseman Marketing will be able to come to the HMC office from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, to see the latest products the promotional products industry has to offer. The new products showcase is designed to provide customers a “trade show” experience so they can plan their promotional campaigns for the rest of the year. Promotional Products Work Week is a first time national awareness campaign designed to celebrate the industry and demonstrate the importantance of promotional products as an effective advertising medium. The campaign was created and is sponsored by the Promotional Product Association (PPAI), the world’s largest and oldest international not-forprofit promotional products association. For information about Hasseman Marketing, visit www.HMCpromos. com or call 622-7429.

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Members of the 2013 Leadership Coshocton County class toured Missionary Maintenance during their Feb. 12 business and economics day. Pictured with the class is Dwight Jarboe, President & CEO of Missionary Maintenance. For more about Leadership Coshocton County, visit www.coshoctonfoundation.org.

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also has joined forces with the Riders 4 Relief event to host the National Onion Ring-Eating Championship. To stay update on all the activities at Warehouse, visit www.warehousesteaknstein. com. Larson also is working hard to bring Thomas’ Steak House back to life. He closed the restaurant after Valentine’s Day for remodeling and will reopen Tuesday, March 12, as Oscar Rose Steak and Seafood House. “It will be a culture shock for some, but the changes will be good,” Larson said. He also plans to honor restaurants of the past by dedicating a spot at Oscar Rose Steak and Seafood House to display memorabilia from restaurants that have come and gone in Coshocton. “We are starting to get people giving us

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COSHOCTON – John Larson is giving people a reason to stay in town for good food and entertainment. “I’ve been here four years and have realized that people are looking for other activities than just going out and dining,” said Larson, who runs the Warehouse Steak n’ Stein in Roscoe Village. “They want entertainment or a great dining experience that includes music and food.” This winter the Warehouse offered its patrons Winterfest, which was a romantic package for two, comedy clubs and Sleuth Mystery Dinner Theaters. “Comedy clubs are big in cities and a great outing with family and friends and we added the mystery dinners because there isn’t as much for people to do in the winter,” Larson said. “We also have music Saturdays in the Lock.” The summer time features fun on the Warehouse’s patio and this year the restaurant

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COSHOCTON – Farmers and people associated with agriculture businesses gathered together Feb. 11 to network and learn about crop insurance. The Coshocton County Farmers Breakfast was organized by the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District, Farm Service Agency and OSU Extension Coshocton County. “We’ve talked about having a consistent program for the agriculture community and a lot of the counties around us do these breakfasts so we planned three to hold in January, February and March,” said Deb Bigelow, from the Coshocton SWCD. “Twenty-four people were at the last one, which was nice because we didn’t know if two or five people would show up.” Another roughly 25 people showed up on Feb. 11 to listen to Joe Young from the Young Crop Insurance Agency discus crop insurance. “The older I get the less I like change so I’m happy to see a lot of status quo with crop insurance right now,” he said. Young presented those in attendance with figures on corn and soy beans and also discussed coverage for new breaking land. “You can get very limited coverage for that or you also have the option to not insure the land the first year it is planted,” he said. “You have to prove to the government that you can raise whatever it is that you are planting on that land.” Kelly Miller, from Farm Credit Services, encouraged farmers interested in learning more about crop insurance to contact her office to set up an appointment with Young. “These breakfasts are a good community event and a chance for farmers to share their knowledge with others,” she said. At the end of the breakfast, attendees were asked to fill out comment cards about the meeting. “We want to know your thoughts about the breakfast, especially if it’s something you like to do and what you’d like to see happen here in the future,” said Mike Jacob from the Farm Service Agency.

PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS The next breakfast will be held at 7 a.m. Monday, March 11 at Edie Ryan’s Restaurant where attendees are invited to order their own breakfast off the menu. The topic of discussion will be how to handle sudden wealth. “These breakfasts are good because Coshocton County is not a real farmer meeting type of county so this gives farmers a chance to sit down, talk about issues, visit, and socialize with farmers from other parts of the county,” Jacob said. The Coshocton County Farmers Breakfasts will take a break after March and start up again in November and December. “This is a good education opportunity and a chance to bring people together to chat,” said Emily Adams from OSU Extension Coshocton County. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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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: 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. Hunting Heritage Banquet. Muskingum Valley Chapter NWTF 24th Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet will be March 2 at Coshocton Lake Park Pavilion. For ticket information, contact Dwaine Scheetz at 622-9063 or 622-8497. Ticket sales limited to first 300 people. 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. Easter Egg Hunt. Come and meet the Easter Bunny with an Easter Egg Hunt to follow on Saturday, March 23 at Annin Flagmakers. Breakfast is from 8 – 11 a.m. with an Easter egg hunt at 11:15 a.m. Breakfast will include two pancakes, three sausage links, and juice, milk, or coffee. Cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for kids age 10 and under. This cost includes the egg hunt. If not eating breakfast, cost for the egg hunt is $3. Age groups for the egg hunt are 2 – 4 years, 5 – 6 years, 7 – 8 years, and 9 – 10 years. Eighteen cash prizes are available. Deadline to sign up is day of the event. Call 622-4447 ext. 316 to sign up. Money is due at time of sign up. 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.

Announcements 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 Trea-

sures children. This is a fundraising event to help support the daycare. Hunting and Wildlife Classes. 4-H Hunting and Wildlife Education classes start Feb. 23. Hunting and Wildlife classes are part of the 4-H Shooting Sports Program. These classes meet four times, on Saturdays, starting Feb. 23 from 12:30 – 2 p.m., starting at Coshocton Gun Club on 83 South. This class is taught by a certified instructor that covers topics such as hunting as it relates to gun safety, ethics, rules and regulations, first aid and basic survival, topics relating to wildlife such as animal habits and food, shelter, and range including observation of recent animal “evident” during seasonal changes. Youth must be at least nine years old and in the third grade through 18 years of age by Jan. 1, 2013. Cost is $18 per person which includes a project book. Class size is limited. Call the OSU Extension Office to sign up at 622-2265. 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.

and Rehabilitation Center, Autumn Healthcare, Interim Home Health Care, Baker’s Foods, Buehler’s, McDonald’s, and Domino’s Pizza. Neighborhood Watch Meeting. Meeting for all Neighborhood Watch will be the fourth Thursday of each month at Shiloh Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Try to attend. We have a plan. Hot Air Balloon Vendors. Applications are being accepted for gift and craft vendors interested in participating in the 2013 Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival. This year’s festival, sponsored by Frontier Power, will be June 7 - 9 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Craft and gift vendor spaces are available for $50 (10’x10’) and $80 (20’x10’). For more information, or to download an application, visit www.coshoctonchamber.com and click on the Balloon Festival link under “Events” or contact Patty Wherley at 824-3378. 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 Board of Park Meetings. The Board of Park Commissioners of the Coshocton Park District is announc- of the shelter. For a complete R/A description and ing a change to their meeting schedule for February. application, contact Barb Lewis, office manager, at 622-3632. Meetings will be Feb. 27. The meeting normally scheduled for Feb. 13 has been canceled. Board of Health meeting. The regular meetings for the Coshocton County Board of Health will now God’s Treasure Chest. God’s Treasure Chest will be the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. have a grand opening Friday, March 1 from 10 a.m. instead of 5:30 p.m. in the County Services Building. – 2 p.m. at 117 S. 6th St, next door to the Set Free Community Church. There will be a bake sale and Commodity Supplemental Food Program. The free hot dogs. They will be open the first Friday of Coshocton Senior Center is a distribution site for every month from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. free monthly groceries for low income senior citizens Frazeysburg Extravaganza. The Frazeysburg Ex(age 60 and over) living in Coshocton County. To be travaganza will be Saturday, March 9 from 9 a.m. – 2 eligible, your monthly income cannot exceed $1,211 for one person in the household. Add $429 for each p.m. There will be a craft bazaar, quarter auction, additional household member. You can apply for and rummage sale. Cost is $10 a table with a new the program at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 item donation and $15 a table without a donation. Brown’s Lane, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 Payment and donations are required in advance. p.m. For more information, call 622-4852. Contact Frazeysburg Elementary at 828-2781 to reserve a table or if you have any questions. All proHEAP Assistance. Applications are available at the ceeds go to Frazeysburg PTO. Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a Blood Testing. The Rotary Club of West Lafayette federally funded program designed to help eligible will offer a blood testing Saturday, March 9 from 7 Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance – 9 a.m. at the West Lafayette First Baptist Church, located at 688 E. Main St. Tests offered include A1C is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an in-home visit can be scheduled. Please call the test for $20, regular profile for $30, TSH for $18, Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 PSA for $20, and colorectal for $4. A 12-hour fast is a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment. required. Results will be sent to your physician at no charge. To have the results sent to your address, do- School Hotline. Help keep Coshocton City Schools nate a canned food item. Coffee, juice, and donuts safe with the new Coshocton City School District will be served. The tests will be assisted by CoshocSchool Hotline. Just call 1-866-484-4634 to report ton County Memorial Hospital, Dr. Scott Keating, threats of violence, fighting, bullying, theft, child and Coshocton County EMS. For more information, abuse, gang activity, cheating, vandalism, and call 545-6743. alcohol use. You do not have to identify yourself and your phone number is not recorded. Pancake Breakfast. Riverside Towers (Highrise) Church Events is having a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser for their Senior Residents Association on Saturday, March 16 Back Door Café. Bakersville Presbyterian Church from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Community Room at 85 will have an all-you-can-eat menu of pancakes, Pine St., Coshocton. Breakfast includes: pancakes, eggs, sausage or ham, breakfast muffin, coffee, juice French toast, sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and drinks at their Back Door Café on Feb. and milk. A donation of $6 for adults and $3 for 21, and March 21 from 7:30 – 11 a.m. A $5 donachildren. There will also be a 50/50 raffle. As this is their main fundraiser for the year, their current spon- tion will be appreciated to continue their community sors are Jerry’s Family Restaurant, Coshocton Health outreach programs. Sweet rolls will also be available for sale.


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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. Pizza on Wednesdays. Pizza is now available starting at 3 p.m. every Wednesday at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. February specialty pizza of the month is Chicken Bacon Ranch. Pizza is always made fresh from scratch. Call (740) 545-9707 to order. Eat in or carry out. Proceeds benefit the AWANA kids ministry at the church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10, Fresno. Visit their website: www.chilibiblechurch.org

Fresno Bible Church AWANA Club: AWANA Club for children ages three 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. 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

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 Sports Sign-up. Coshocton City Recreation will have sign-ups for baseball and softball Wednesday, Feb. 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. 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. 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 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. 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. Three Rivers Fire District Ladies Auxiliary is having an All-You-Can-Eat Soup Supper March 2 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Three Rivers FD Community Center, SR 621, across the highway from Carter Lumber. Cost will be $5 for All-You-CanEat soup, drink, and dessert. Hot dogs and chicken

Craft/Vendor Fair. There will be a Craft/Vendor Fair March 3 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Coshocton Elks. Vendors include My Thirty-One, Longaberger, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, and many more. There will also be a 50/50 and raffles. The show supports the Coshocton Football team. Food will be prepared by the Elks. For more information, contact Hope Longaberger at (740) 294-3033. 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. 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. Soup Supper. Blue Ridge Grange will be having a soup supper March 16. Serving begins at 4:30 p.m. with seven kinds of soup. All the soup you can eat for a donation of $7 including a salad, a dessert, and a beverage. 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. 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. 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. 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.

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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.

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.

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Nurse Christian Fellowship. The Newcomerstown/ Coshocton area Nurse Christian Fellowship will meet Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:15 p.m. at the West Lafayette United Methodist Church, 120 W. Union St., West Lafayette. Use the Oak Street entrance. All RN’s, LPN’s or any allied health professionals are invited to attend. There will be a discussion based on an article from the Journal of Christian Nursing. For more information, contact Amy Bower at 545-7645 or Marian Murphy at 498-7265.

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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Marriage Enrichment Class. Coshocton Baptist Church will be hosting a marriage enrichment class starting Saturday, Feb. 23 each Saturday from Noon – 2 p.m. through April 13. The class is based on the DVD series from Dr. Kevin Leman, an exciting, funny, and thought-provoking seven-week class that will add to anyone’s marriage. Whether engaged to be married, newly-married, or old pros, this class will help you better understand your spouse and yourself and create or recreate bonds that will last a lifetime. To sign up for the class, notify Keith Smith at 291-7565 or email ksmith13@yahoo.com.

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Community Calendar 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 with free household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and baby products. Photo ID, utility, or other bill showing current address, and birth certificates or custody papers for children in the residence are required to receive services.

School Events Spring Sports Meeting. Coshocton High School will be having a Spring Sports meeting for all parents of spring athletes. The meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. in the CHS Auditorium. General information will be presented, along with meeting coaches, receiving schedules, and other paperwork.

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Library Events Wednesday, Feb. 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. 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. 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 622-0956 to sign-up. 1 - 3 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 afterhours 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. Thursday, Feb. 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 the

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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, airbrush tattoos, games, and prizes. Pre-sale tickets are available now 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.

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.

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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.

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- 11 a.m. 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. Tuesday, Feb. 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. 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. 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.

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COSHOCTON - 4-H Hunting and Wildlife Education classes start Saturday, Feb. 23. Hunting and wildlife classes are part of the 4-H Shooting Sports Program. These classes meet four times, on Saturdays, starting Feb. 23 from 12:30 to 2 p.m., starting at the Coshocton Gun Club on 83 South. This class is taught by a certified instructor that covers topics such as hunting as it relates to gun safety, ethics, rules and regulations, first aid and basic survival, topics relating to wildlife such as animal habits and food, shelter and range including observation of recent animal “evident” during seasonal changes. Youth must be at least 9-years-old and in the third grade through 18 years of age by Jan. 1, 2013. Cost is $18 per person which includes a project book. Class size is limited. Call the OSU Extension Office to sign up at 622-2265.


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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton Chamber of Commerce is seeking local donations for its 31st annual fundraising auction. New this year, the chamber is hosting an auction event at the historic Frederickson mansion on Saturday, March 16. Auction items will be featured in either the live or silent auction during the evening, or in the online auction leading up to the event. The Chamber auction is an excellent opportunity for local companies to showcase their goods and services. Businesses can provide some of their most popular products, or donate new goods or services and promote their new offerings. Businesses can donate money to sponsor a popular item that will raise money and interest. All auction proceeds benefit the Coshocton Chamber, so the funds raised stay here in Coshocton to help the Chamber promote local businesses. Past items that have been popular include: • Gift cards to your store • A variety basket of products that your store sells • Rentals of your business’ services All local businesses are encouraged to participate and showcase themselves and advertise to the community, while supporting the

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Land Transfers: 2/8 Buckeye Home Rentals, LLC to Simon J. and Lavada K. Dudgeon; $25,000 Frederick L. Meade and Pamela Blackshere Meade to Brian William Meade and Cara Meade; $300,000 Edward R. Cabe to Matthew and Amy Fleischmann; $75,000 Christian Dane Unger to Lee D. Russell and Lynn A. Russell; $165,000 Mary Margaret Smailes to Larry A. Endsley; $60,000 2/11 Regina Ann Ratliff to Daniel B. Wolters; $15,000 Eileen Evans, as Executor of the Estate of Grace B. Shearn to Nicholas J. Blair and Alyssa N. Blair; $30,000 Tracy N. McVay to Tracy N. McVay and Tamie J. Daugherty; $0

Tolliver and Louise Claypool to Louise Claypool Joe Walsh to Tammy Walsh Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein to Danita Klein Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein to Dustin Klein and Amanda Klein Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein to Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri A. Klein Time Warner NY Cable LLC to Time Warner Cable Midwest LLC Walter D. Klein Jr. and Terri Annette Klein to Ryan Klein and Nequia Klein Gloria Mosholder, Successor Trustee of HIS Group Trust to John Gerber, Successor Trustee of HIS Group, an Irrevocable Trust Debbie Moore – Kneen to William A. Moore Mary Anne Kinneer, deceased, to Janna K. Kinneer 2/12 Carl Stringfellow and Gladys Stringfellow to Gladys Stringfellow 2/14 Richard Weston Fowler to Richard V. Fowler Christopher Shane Donley and Amanda Donley to Christophe Shane Donley and Amanda Donley Lewis Thomas Reiss, deceased, to Alan Schlegel and Bonnie Schlegel David R. Lauby and Alice M. Lauby to Alice M. Lauby and David R. Lauby

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Daniel P. McWeeny to Stephan and Tracey Campian; $36,500 John Gerber, Successor Trustee to Blake D. and Hope F. Watts; $82,500 799 South Second Street Holdings LLC to Coshocton ABG, LLC, an Illinois Lim. Liab. Co; $1,150,000 Paul F. Lorenz to Steven C. and Malinda S. Lorenz; $500 2/12 Robert W. and Bessie Jo Fern, Sr. to Thomas R. Holman; $65,253.79 Barry L. and Tami S. Higby to Evangelene L. Croft, Trustee of the Evangelene L. Croft Revocable Trust; $21,000 Robert N. Williams and Lisa M. Williams to Gregory C. Varga and Susan D. Varga; $35,000 Raymond Dillon Jr. and Kimberly K. Dillon to Robert J. Wright; $21,200 Elaine Sharon Osborne to Samuel A. Hershberger and Roy A. Hershberger; $135,000 2/14 Robert T. Clark and Jami A. Clark to John Bando Post No. 1330, Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States; $150,000 Sandra Weltman to Sally J. Wiggins and Thomas D. Wiggins, Jr.; $48,100 Sharon V. Sutton to ALM Woodlands Ltd; $40,000

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COSHOCTON - Producers interested in learning more about how to increase cattle profits can participate in a discussion of the issues by experts from Ohio State University Extension and nationwide, during a Beef Cattle School Feb. 26 and March 19 at several locations statewide, including the Coshocton County Extension office. The beef cattle school topic to be covered during the Feb. 26 program is “Squeezing Every Dollar out of Forage Production,” presented by OSU Extension educators Rory Lewandowski and Chris Penrose. The discussion will focus on

hay production, weed control, drought recovery and how to extend the grazing season. Topics to be covered during the March 19 program include: “Enterprises to Remain Competitive in the Beef Industry,” presented by OSU Extension educator Jeff McCutcheon and Grimes. The discussion will focus on production options such as backgrounding, stockering, targeting branded programs, raising replacement heifers, and raising embryo calves as unique marketing options. Each program begins at 7 p.m. and can be viewed at your local OSU Extension office in

COSHOCTON - At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee of the Warsaw High School Alumni Association, it was determine that the 103rd annual banquet will be Saturday, May 18, at Warsaw Elementary School. Doors will open at 4 p.m. for the early bird session with

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Ohio State University Extension announces a job opening for Coshocton County 4-H Youth Development Program Assistant. The Program Assistant will coordinate, teach and evaluate programming for 4-H In-School and Afterschool; assist 4-H Educator with county 4-H events, including 4-H camps and recognition programs; increase awareness of 4-H County programs through marketing efforts; assist 4-H Educator with junior fair responsibilities; and coordinate programming for 4-H Junior Leadership Club. For complete position description and online application instructions, please go to www.jobsatosu.com and search by job opening number 373761. To assure consideration you must apply by February 24, 2013. To build a diverse workforce, Ohio State encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans, and women. EEO/AA employer.

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WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time clean up and removal of rubbish. 740-545-5025 Buying any old porcelain or tin advertising signs. Gas, oil, automotive, farm, tobacco or beverage. Top prices paid. Absolutely any condition. 740575-4848 740-502-5610. barnhangers@live.com Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilila, one patch or entire collections. Call 740-623-0793 leave message or email scoutpatchohio@yahoo.com

APARTMENTS FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-622-9791 today! Luxury 2BR - $449. Clean, smoke free, fresh paint & carpet, new appliances, AC. Coshocton. 740-295-4414 1 or 2 BR apts for rent in Coshocton, very clean, no pets, deposit. Call 740502-3972 or 740-610-7986 Spacious loft apt, edge of town above business. 1BR, washer, dryer, stove, fridge. References REQUIRED. $500/mo. incl. elect. water, trash, lawn care, NOT heat. 740-623-2818 1 and 2 BR apartments in Coshocton, nice kitchen and bath, W/D hook-up, no pets, ref. required. Rates starting at $400/mo. $400/ deposit, all utilities pd. Call Kevin Barrett 740610-8305 740-623-8325 4BR apt. stove/fridge furnished, w/d hook-up in Coshocton. $475/mo. $300/ deposit. 740-291-7148 HOMES FOR RENT Small 3BR house, large yard, carport, RVSD, absolutely no pets. $500/mo. deposit and references. 740-622-1831

Three bedroom located at 1136 Adams St. $325 a month plus deposit. References required. (740) 5021101. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Warsaw area, 3 bedroom, 2 bath in country, propane/ electric with central air, appliances, washer and dryer included. $550 per month plus deposit. 740-824-3352 leave message. OFFICE FOR RENT First floor, one room (16 x 20) office with private bathroom and foyer. Offstreet parking with 10 parking spaces. Great location and all utilities paid. $275 a month plus deposit. 740622-0563 WANTED TO RENT Wanted to rent 4BR, 2 1/2 bath home with basement, close to Coshocton High School and 2 car garage. Looking to move early part of the summer. 614-9358726 HOMES FOR SALE Condo for sale by owner, 15 minutes to Zanesville, 2BR, 2BA with many upgrades, attached garage. Call 740-565-4107 for appt.

A great buy! Nice 3 bedrm house, metro-approved, new 200 amp, new vinyl, new windows, new furnace, new hot water tank, new plumbing. Sale price $28,500. Located at 1146 Adams St. Coshocton. Call Kevin Barrett at 740-6108305 or 740-623-8325 AUTOS 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS. 2.0 DOHC 4 cyl., Silver, good tires, 129K, well maintained, auto./ slapshift, power doorlocks, power windows, power sliding sunroof, Kenwood double din stereo, 12 inch Polk sub powered by 600 amp Kenwood amp, 7 upgraded Infinity speakers powered by stock amp. 20% front tinted windows, 5% rear. Car runs great, ideal vehicle for great gas mileage. New front brakes. 740-502-0176 or text only 740-294-0450. Can be seen at Fortunes Boot Shop. $3900 obo. Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds!

Very clean, downtown, 3BR, 2BA, range and fridge furnished, no pets - don’t ask. $550/mo. plus utilities. 740-575-4395 leave message.

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