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For the next nine plus weeks (March 1 thru April 30) the Wal-Tus-Cum Girl Scout Council will be selling cookies at: Warsaw Dollar General, Coshocton Wal-Mart, Buehler’s, Bakers IGA and other local businesses in West Lafayette, Union, Cooperdale and Conesville. Hours vary from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Cookies cost $3.50 each. Consumers not interested in buying cookies for themselves can donate cookies to service men and women and troop charities. The girls also sold cookies to residents at Windsorwood March 1. BEACON

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Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month celebrated COSHOCTON – Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is here and the Coshocton County Board of DD has a variety of activities planned to honor and celebrate its clients. “We want the community to be aware of individuals of all ages with disabilities,” said Debbie Croft, who is a physical therapist at Hopewell. “We also want them to be accepted and make it known that they have something to give to all of us.” This year’s theme is Look Beyond and the public is encouraged to see that people with disabilities have potential, a future, capabilities and the ability to bring joy. “We always look beyond to maximize the potential of all the individuals we serve in this county to help them reach their goals and dreams,” Croft said. On March 5, adults attended the DD Awareness Month Kick-off at the State house and on March 6, a community breakfast was held. Ohio State Director of DD John Martin

spoke at the breakfast and community awards, door prizes and tours of facilities were given. The Coshocton County Commissioners also signed the DD Proclamation and Ridgewood High School Basketball Players read to students at Hopewell School. This month, Coshocton DD clients also will get to showcase their athletic skills. Special Olympics for adults will be held Tuesday, March 19 and for school age children on Thursday, March 21. Both events will be at Kids America. There also are two events planned for Wednesday, March 20 at Hopewell School. A presentation on bullying by Casey Claxon will be held during the day and the community dinner will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The dinner will include celebrity servers, adult artwork, Hopewell students singing at 5:45 p.m. and a presentation by the Boy Scouts Venture Crew. “The bullying program is new for us this year,” Croft said. “We have invited some public school kids to attend because we like to integrate

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them with our Hopewell kids. That is something that is very important to us.” DD clients also will shine on Tuesday, March 26 during the second annual talent show at Hopewell Industries. “We have almost 20 acts signed up so far,” said Angela Richcreek, director of community employment services. “There will be a lot of singing and dancing, people telling jokes or sharing trivia and some funny little skits.” Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show will start at 6:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend. “It’s a great way to get people in our business and see what we do,” Richcreek said. “People may not get to interact with the individuals, but they will at least get to see them in a different light. We were really pleased last year. We expected 50 people and over 100 showed up and the show went on until about 9 p.m. It was long, but we all had a great time.” The goal of the month also will be shared with the public on Tuesday, March 12, when Shannon Shontz and Traci Keesee are interviewed at 9 a.m. on the WTNS radio talk show and the last week of March when the WTNS learn-a-word will be done using developmental terminology. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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WEST LAFAYETTE - For the past 18 years, the women of the Janusian Club in West Lafayette have been providing a night filled with entertainment during their annual Ladies Night Out. This year promises to be another magical night filled with laughs, good food, and fellowship as the Janusian Club presents, “The Many Hats Women Wear” on Thursday, March 21 at the Ridgewood Middle School. “The Many Hats that Women Wear” is a salute to the many different roles women take on every day of their lives, whether it be cooking for their families, driving their children to soccer practice, cleaning the house, ironing the laundry, and all while having a full-time job. The evening will include a menu of sandwiches including chicken, meatball, barbequed, and pulled pork, cheese and relish trays, and salads and desserts. Each member of the Janusian Club make two salads and two desserts each year for this special occasion, and each year, the tables are lined with deliciouslooking food so that no one goes home hungry. The event continues with the club’s infamous style show and then ladies play cards, Bingo, and socialize. “It’s always nice seeing people you haven’t seen in a year,” said Pat Harsh, president of the Janusian Club. Also during the evening, the club will have a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction with items donated from local businesses. This year’s coveted raffle prize is a 32-inch flat screen television. Tickets are now available and can be purchased for $10 at Statements by Shannon or by calling Nancy at 545-7879 or Wendy at 6228915, both Janusian Club members. Order your tickets now as they tend to sell out quickly. “We love to see the people enjoying themselves during the evening,” said Judy Blair, charter member about the show. The ticket money is used for the club’s main project, which is giving out smoke detectors to Ridgewood kindergarten students and replacement batteries for the smoke detectors to first grade students. This year, the money will also go toward the club’s new project, which is an electronic activity sign for the Ridgewood School District. The sign will eventually be located at the corner of Union Avenue and Oak Street and will be used by all Ridgewood Schools for posting school activities. “We can do this in one night and make enough money for the whole year,” said Harsh. The Janusian Club is a civic club that meets the third Tuesday September through May in various member’s homes. They currently have 21 members and are always looking for new members. Their main focus is the West Lafayette area, although they have branched out and helped various causes in Coshocton and other areas as well. The group was organized in

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the Coshocton County he men Buckeyes Career Center and new are sitting pretty this year, the Coshocton in the Big 10 race, tied County Relay for Life with several other teams will be having a fundfor second. The Big 10 raiser at the Hopewell tourney is just around School (right next to the corner. I would the Career Center) predict at least 8 Big 10 with baked goods, craft teams making it to the items, games for kids NCAA tournament. and more. You can find This weekend out more about these provides ample MARK FORTUNE two events in the Habitat opportunity to get outside and shake off that winter cold. Home Show section inside this (See below) The groundhogs said week’s Coshocton County Beacon. what again? I believe Phil from PA Please support these worthwhile “predicted” another six weeks of causes and events in our community. winter while Buckeye Chuck thought Once again, there is plenty to do in winter would be over soon. Chuck Coshocton County. was wrong. But perhaps I am the one Saturday evening at the Roscoe in error. Time constraints prevent me United Methodist Church has a from checking this out. (Not really, unique opportunity to hear a very lack of interest) So winter is winter well-known and talented pianist, and spring arrives on March 20. Dino, performing at 6 p.m. Get There seems to be a flurry of there early, seats will go quick! television shows centered on “real” You can check out more at www. stuff. Amish Mafia, Duck Dynasty, dinoplayspiano.com. Now, just so the alligator swamp people show, Ax you know, Dino will be performing Men, Ice Road Truckers and more. later this year at Carnegie Hall. So The History Channel debuted two this is one performance you will not new mini-series last night; The Bible want to miss! and The Vikings. Obviously about as The Beacon would like to offer different as night and day. kudos to Coshocton’s Dom Johns. The Bible show had several Johns finished sixth in the state in the things wrong right from the get go 170 pound weight class in Division – which does not lend credence to III over the weekend. The sophomore the accuracy of the show for those certainly has much to look forward that perhaps are not familiar with to. Way to go Dom! The Bible. Things were added for Kudos also goes out to the dramatic flair. I am not sure taking Coshocton boys’ basketball team, creative license with The Bible winners of the sectional tournament should be done, however. and now on to district against Martins Let’s talk about this weekend. Ferry. The game is Tuesday evening, Saturday has the Bridal Fair at the Mar. 5 so the results will be known Coshocton Village Inn & Suites, by the time you receive this copy of Saturday and Sunday is the annual The Beacon. Habitat for Humanity Home Show at

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COSHOCTON - Dino Kartsonakis. Grand pianist. Stellar entertainer. International television host. Visionary businessman. Caring husband to his wife Cheryl. Active father to his daughters Christina and Cherie. Examine any of these phrases individually and they speak volumes of passion and promise. Put them together and they describe the life of a man driven to succeed – in work, in life and in the commission of God. Dino is one of the premiere performers of our time. He is indeed “America’s Piano Showman” - a title aptly given to him by over 80 million people who are witnesses to his majestic piano styling each year. Dino is constantly using numerous creative vehicles to deliver his unique hybrid of piano music to the masses through television, live performances, videos, albums, and electronically. “God gave me the talent and I endeavor to give it back to Him with each new idea.” It is his skill at combining artistry, entertainment, and keen business skills in each of these outlets that make Dino such a success. For the last 12 years, Dino has entertained Branson, Missouri, audiences with his exceptional showmanship and talent making his Christmas production one of the most critically acclaimed shows in the entertainment city. His quest to present the audience with not only top quality music, but an elaborate eye show as well, led Dino to hire a Broadway set designer, Hollywood costume designer, and professional dancers, complete with a dynamic light show and Austrian crystal covered piano. But the show is not all talent and flash; at the end of each show Dino presents the audience with something very near to his heart – the Gospel. “Over 100,000 people attend my shows each season and no one can say they haven’t heard the Gospel.” He will be in concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 9th at Roscoe UMC. The church is located at 475 High St. and the phone number is 622-7780. He will also be in concert at the Union Hill UMC near Sugarcreek at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 10. The church is located at 7877 Union Hill Rd. N.W. in Sugarcreek, directly across from Dutch Valley Restaurant. The phone number is 330-852-4410. Although there are no tickets required, a free will offering will be taken at each service. For more information, visit www.dinoplayspiano.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 Flood of 1913 is the topic for February’s Our Town Stories discussion at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. Although there won’t be any firsthand reports of this remarkable event, come and share family stories, oral histories or written accounts. The Flood of 1913 is the greatest natural disaster in Ohio history. The first storm began on Friday, March 21. By Sunday (Easter Day), two days later, the land was saturated, causing continuing rainfall to become run off, flowing into streams and rivers. Flood waters crested on Thursday, March 27. Rainfall over the state totaled 6-11 inches. The devastation to buildings, infrastructure (roads and train tracks), farmland, personal property and all manner of life was staggering. Our Town Stories will take place in the Montgomery Gallery where a photographic display of the flooding in Coshocton County will on display. The discussion begins at noon Thursday, March 14, and all are welcome to attend. JHM’s Our Town Stories meets on the second Thursday of each month to discuss an array of local history topics. The atmosphere is casual and the discussion is always informative, fun and surprising. Free beverages and cookies will be provided, and admission for the program is free. April’s topic is BARBER SHOP • WHERE YOU’RE TREATED Country Churches. For information, SOME THANK THINGS GOOD contact the JohnsonNEVER NESS CHANGE Humrickhouse BARBER SHOP Museum at 622Appointments Recommended 622-4947 8710 or jhmuseum@ Walk-ins Welcome • Behind Coshocton Bowling Alley jhmuseum.org.

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COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce is adding a new twist to its annual auction. “The auction used to be live and I think people missed that aspect of it so we thought we’d add some excitement with this event,” said Amy Stockdale, executive director of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce. In addition to bidding on items online, the public also is invited to attend A Night at the Manor hosted by The Frederickson Manor on Cambridge Road. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, March 16, and will feature live and silent auctions, hors d’oeuvres, wine and music by Jason Pendola. Tickets are $25 a piece and available at the Chamber office, which is located at 401 Main St. “It also will feature theme baskets that will be auctioned off,” Stockdale said. “I know COTC is sponsoring a wine package and we will have a ladies basket with Vera Bradley and different things.” Leading up to the auction there will be plenty of opportunities to bid for items online. The Coshocton County Chamber Online Auction will be open from 9 a.m. Saturday, March 9 to noon Saturday, March 16. A link to the auction boards can be found at www.coshoctonchamber.com. “We’ve always done the online auction for at least a week,” Stockdale said. “It builds excitement and competitiveness.” Peddicord Rice is providing the online auction for the Chamber and bidders will receive e-mails if they are outbid and if they win an item. “The community is so generous,” Stockdale said. “You will find all kinds of gift certificates, really cool Ohio State items and back by popular demand a La-Z-Boy. We have a lot of people that also go out and purchase something for the auction. An attorney might not have something to give, but he can purchase something locally and donate it.” Winners of the auction items can be picked up from noon to 2 p.m. March 16 or the following week at the Chamber. “The auction typically makes $10-15,000 and that’s marketing money for us to help promote the chamber members’ services,” Stockdale said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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like Warsaw and connect with people,” said Jim Barstow, veterans’ service officer. “He wants to get new patients in the VA health system and let them know what’s available and where it is at.” Barstow stated that there are 3,200 veterans in Coshocton County and only one third of them are receiving VA healthcare. “There is a large amount of veterans locally who are not connected to benefits,” he said. The VA will bring its mobile unit to Warsaw and the 758th Maintenance Army Reserve unit also will be there to do river bank and cemetery clean up, painting and other projects picked out by village officials. “From our mobile unit we will be able to do five minute interviews and give those who have never been enrolled in the system the chance to get involved,” Selig said. “Our intent is to keep veterans healthy.” Barstow hopes that veterans in the county will take advantage of this opportunity. “A lot of times we hear veterans say they don’t want to take away from veterans who need help worse,” he said. “We are here to help all veterans in one way or another.” While the VA is working to educate the public, the soldiers of the 758th and their family members, who are also invited to be part of the community service day, will spend seven hours doing what they can to beautify Warsaw.

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“It’s their way of saying thank you to the community for supporting soldiers,” Selig said. “Most of them have been in theater and served active duty.” Veterans’ organizations also are welcome to set up information tents at Operation Give Back and Selig said donations of food, drinks and ice also will be welcome. Anyone wishing to help out with the event can contact Selig at 614-2575579 or jack.selig@va.gov. More detailed plans for the day will be shared with the public once they are finalized. “It’s all about helping the veterans who made the sacrifice to serve their country,” Selig said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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CHECK Coshocton High School senior Peggy Prince presented Meghan Feran, income development representative from the American Cancer Society, with a check for $990 March 1, at Coshocton High School. The money was raised from the school’s Dunk for a Cure event. “It’s awesome that they reached out to help us,” Feran said. “This money will help us do research and with programs such as Road to Recovery and Look Good Feel Better.” Last year the event only raised $600 and Prince was excited to be able to present so much more money to the American Cancer Society. “More kids know about it now and the younger ones stepped up and know what they have to do next year to continue it,” Prince said. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS


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COSHOCTON - Lake Park Pavilion was filled with local hunting and outdoor enthusiasts Saturday evening, March 2 for the 24th annual Hunting Heritage banquet sponsored by the Muskingum Valley Chapter of the NWTF (National Wild Turkey Federation). For a bird that was once almost extinct, members of the NWTF have provided the funding and resources with similar events across the nation to secure habitat for the wild turkey. Following the invocation and pledge of allegiance, attendees enjoyed a delicious meal catered by Schumaker Farms. Prior to the meal area veterans were recognized in a moving tribute as guests gave them a standing ovation. The evening was filled with live raffles, opportunities to take home some great prizes and enjoy conversation with those that enjoy the great outdoors and the freedoms of America. Local donors provided monies for the live auction that included a framed print by Thomas Kinkade, glass calls and a Mullen call for the Willard Dickerson Memorial. Dickerson was a member of the committee and passed away last year. Mary Dickerson was recognized in an emotional tribute at the banquet. Shawn Dickey, NWTF district field supervisor, had this to say about the local event, “We call this a buzz night, it’s so electric. There are so many people that get involved and have a great time. 24 years we’ve been doing this in one of the best annual banquets we have in the

PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE state of Ohio. Muskingum Valley is a leader in what they do for the NWTF.” Dickey said he attributes that to “Their enthusiasm, this committee gets involved, they get the community involved, they give great prizes away, people know what to expect when they come here. Everyone has a great time. I love coming here.” “Dwaine Scheetz is a leader in what he does. He sold 104 tickets himself to this banquet. He gets people involved. His committee respects him. Muskingum Valley is on the map, everyone knows it. They look forward to what they do. It’s a come to event.” Woodbury Outfitters provided staffing to help register prizes won by guests. Dickey said, “In my humble opinion, Joe Miller (Woodbury Outfitters owner) is the best FFL dealer in the state of Ohio. He’s won the award at the Ohio State awards dinner a couple years ago. His time, his effort and his commitment to this chapter are terrific. Joe also helps out with a partnership hunt that we do for youth. He is a great ally to have on our team.” “We’re now celebrating 40 years of conservation work, number one successful restoration comeback of any game animal in this country’s history. Turkey populations, we’ve restored them, now we’re in the habitat base. Our new initiative is called “Save the Habitat”; we lose 6,000 acres of habitat a day in this country, the size of Yellowstone Park a year. Our goal at the NWTF is to restore habitat, to create suitable

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Dwaine Scheetz (left) was recognized for his many years of service with the Muskingum Valley Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF). Scheetz has headed up the banquet committee in what is called Ohio’s best NWTF banquet. Funds raised from the event help provide habitat for wild turkeys. Scheetz is pictured with local auctioneer Greg Rice, who auctioned off the live items. The event was held at Lake Park Pavilion on Saturday evening, March 2. BEACON

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Joseph Crater of Coshocton started painting as a hobby in grade school, never imagining that one day, one of his paintings would inspire Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower to write him a personal letter. Crater had tuberculosis and was currently hospitalized at Ohio State University. He used his long hours to pursue his hobby and sent one of his paintings as a gift to Mrs. Eisenhower. The painting, a conception of peace, featured a Red Cross ship nearing land, an eagle flying out of a storm, and the hand of God coming out of the clouds. This painting was just one of 20 Joseph had created while staying at the hospital.

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Going to the bank doesn’t have to be routine. The first National Bank on Chestnut Street celebrated the 100th anniversary of the National Currency Act by making a transaction through the use of a helicopter. At 9:30 a.m., the helicopter, flown by John Dodge of Columbus, arrived in the drive-in lot with passenger Owen Manning, manager of the Tuscarawas-Coshocton Electric Cooperative, to make his daily transaction. According to O.E. Anderson, executive manager of the Ohio Banking Association, the transaction was the first made in Ohio via helicopter, and probably the first in the nation.

COSHOCTON - When Lisa Glazer bought tickets for the Riverside Towers fundraiser, she never imagined she’d have the winning ticket. “When I bought these tickets, I never thought that I would win,” she said. “I thought I was just donating to a good cause.” But to Glazer’s surprise, she had won a 90-second shopping spree in Buehler’s Feb. 28 at 7 a.m. There were terms and conditions to her prize. She could only buy two of one item, no medications, alcohol, tobacco, hardware items, lottery tickets, or gift cards.

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March 11th, 1973 The proposed South Lawn Park was getting support from both residents and former residents alike. Mayor S.G. Wharton had announced that the Coshocton Rotary Club had presented the mayor with a check for $2,000 to use for the future park’s playground equipment just the week before, and now, former resident Eleanor W. Custer had sent another check for the same amount. The park, to be located on South 6th St, was to be developed on city-owned grounds in Tuscarawas Township and measured 276x400 feet. It was to feature a baseball diamond, tennis court, and playground equipment.

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“I have a plan,” she said. “I’m going to try to get meat, laundry detergent, and dog food.” Glazer came with plenty of emotional support. Her aunt, Connie Allen, came to cheer on her niece, as well as Carol Madison, who sold her the winning ticket, and Dan Relic, secretary of Riverside Towers When her 90 seconds started, Glazer took off toward the meat section, getting two each of three different types of meat, shot over to grab two tubs of laundry detergent, and finished her time with two large bags of dog food. “I got everything that I wanted,” Glazer said as she loaded up the conveyer belt with her goods. Riverside Towers raised more than $700 for its fundraiser. Glazer spent a total of $367.66 for her groceries, which leaves more than $300 for Riverside Towers. The next fundraiser for Riverside Towers is a breakfast on Saturday, March 16 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Community Room at the facility. A donation of $6 for adults and $3 for children is asked. Breakfast will include pancakes, eggs, sausage or ham, breakfast muffins, coffee, juice, and milk. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

Although 70 years had passed, Ada Rodehaver, 95 years old, still had vivid memories of the 1913 flood. Then 25 years old, she had been rescued from his house by the Marshall brothers. She remembers escaping her flooding house onto the porch and stepping into the Marshall brothers’ boat with her husband’s clothes clutched under her arms. She was then taken to her father’s home and drug store. She remembers returning to her home after the flood to find her animals safe in the barn. The flood was so traumatic for her, she chose to finish her days in the West Lafayette Care Center rather than Coshocton to get away from the river.

All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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Attention Coshocton and Muskingum County Landowners! The next Association meeting is tonight! Wednesday, March 6th, at 7:00 p.m. Tri-Valley High School Dr. Robert Chase, Chair of the Marietta College Petroleum Engineering Department and the Association’s petroleum engineering consultant, will be the featured speaker. The Association’s legal team from Stubbins, Watson & Bryan Co., L.P.A., and Bricker & Eckler LLP will be available to answer questions and help members. This Association is accepting new members and you can sign up at the meeting to join free of charge. Contiguous acreage is very important. Please invite your neighbors. For more information, contact Mark Stubbins or Kyle Witucky at 740-452-8484, or visit www.scmclandowners.org.

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COSHOCTON - Coshocton County Chapter 59 of the Blue Star Mothers changed its meeting time and place for March only. The group will meet for a potluck meal and fellowship at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 11 at Windsorwood Place, 255 Brown’s Lane. All past, present and future Blue Star Mother’s are invited to bring pictures and news of their military son or daughter to share with the group as well as a dish to pass. Blue Star Mothers is a national organization of moms who have a son or daughter who is, or has served, in any of the branches of the US military, either as active duty or reserve/ guard. They are dedicated to supporting those military members, their families and each other, particularly during deployments, as well as any veterans of the military. Coshocton County Chapter 59 currently sponsors the Wall of Honor

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is a one quarter bid. Anyone interested in the hat would toss a quarter in the cup and pass it down the row. Quarters are collected. Anyone that bid puts their number up. The vendor draws a number and that number wins (providing she bid) or says no bid (and we will boo her for fun). If no bid another number will be drawn (repeat as needed). First time participant, Heather Maust was excited to see how things went and was even more excited when her number was drawn three times throughout the day. Her daughter was especially excited to win the Thirty-One Gifts item. The ladies next to Maust had fun despite not winning anything all day but helping to support a great community agency. Want to join in the fun? Tickets are available from vendors and will not be available at the door. There are several events coming up soon. Saturday, March 16, Advanced Spinal Care and Rehabilitation will host at Coshocton Village Inn & Suites benefitting Ridgewood Rec. Rec will use the money to purchase some needed equipment for the quickly approaching season. For information, contact Jessie Tubbs at 6107433. Four Paws also has an auction scheduled for Sunday, April 7. Sponsored by Daniel Duren of Prudential, Four Paws will have its first ever auction at Village Inn & Suites. Tubbs also is organizing this event.

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COSHOCTON - Who says a quarter won’t get you much these days? First Step received $2,196 from the Feb. 10, quarter auction hosted by Donna Fischer’s Farmers Agency and Mary Kay. It was a very busy day with amazing vendors like Avon, Premier Jewelry and Tastefully Simple. With more than 200 people in attendance, not only was an amazing amount of funding raised, but also a great deal of awareness. Several of the bidding participants have asked about how they can continue to support such a great organization in our community. One extreme couponer even asked for contact info to help without breaking her budget. This is the third year that Fischer has stepped up for First Step. With her assistance in yearly fundraising efforts, First Step is eligible for grants up to $20,000 every other year through Mary Kay. This funding has really helped provide assistance to our area agency. Wondering what the heck a quarter auction is? It’s an event where vendors like Pampered Chef, Hooked on Hats, Lia Sophia, Usborne books, etc pay $50 to set up a table (like a craft show). They then get 10 tickets to sell for $5 each (thus paying $0 and filling our audience with willing bidders). Each vendor will select three items to auction (proceeds benefiting themselves) and one item benefiting the charity. Bidding goes as follows. Items valued up to $20 = one quarter, $40 = two, $60 = three. Say a sock monkey hat is auctioned. Its value is $15 so it

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COSHOCTON - Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) and Zanesville BPW hosted the Region 4 Individual Development (ID) and Young Careerist (YC) Competitions at the Frontier Power building in Coshocton on Feb. 23. Judges were Lois Bordenkircher, Elaine Lipps and Rhonda Stemmer. Mary Mason, Coshocton BPW member and owner of Agents Realty and Auction Service will represent Region 4 at the state ID competition on Saturday, April 13. Mason was judged on a 5 minute prepared speech on pay equity, 2 minute impromptu and 10 minute interview. She was presented flowers and an engraved clock from ID Chair Marilyn Lauvray. The Virginia Allen Young Careerist (YC) program recognizes the accomplishments of

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Christian school starting preschool, enrolling for 2013-14 COSHOCTON – Parents of preschoolers will have one more choice this fall. The Coshocton Christian School will feature a preschool in addition to its kindergarten through 12th grade classes for the 2013-2014 school year. “We are already set up for it because the church used to have one,” said Principal Joseph Hedstrom. “We wanted to incorporate it back into our system and possibly help feed our school.” The school has two rooms off its gym that are being prepared for the next school year. “This is an exciting thing for our school,” said Brenda Kline, preschool teacher and director. “Here we can talk to them (students) about Jesus and tell them that God is good while working on their pre-academics, sharing and taking turns.” According to Kline, the preschool will be for 4 and 5-year-olds and students will attend from 8:15 to 11:15 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays

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COSHOCTON - Applications are now 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 held Friday through Sunday, June 7-9, at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Craft and gift vendor spaces are available for $50 (10’x10’) and $80 (20’x10’). For 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.

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COSHOCTON - Camp Echoing Hills is now accepting registration for March Respite Weekend to be March 15-17 for Kids and Teens with special needs. The weekend is filled with activities structured to build self-esteem and promote individual growth. Campers leave the weekend with a new sense of confidence, new memories and new friends. The March Kids and Teens Respite Weekend includes exciting activities, games and fellowship. A trip to Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center is scheduled for Saturday. To register for this respite or for more information, please call Emily at 1.800.419.6513 ext.305. The cost for the weekend is $250. Camp Echoing Hills accepts I/O, Level 1 Waivers and private pay. Please bring $10 for the outing on Saturday. Echoing Hills Village is a non-profit

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COSHOCTON - The 2012 bridal fair was a hit and this year should be bigger and better. “Last year went well and we outgrew the space we had,” said John Larson. “We had to turn some vendors away because we didn’t have room for them.” Larson’s Warehouse Steak n’ Stein is sponsoring the 2013 bridal fair with the help of the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites. “Our first show was in the restaurant’s banquet room,” Larson said. “We had 19 vendors and just couldn’t grow anymore. The Village Inn & Suites was willing to team up with me and offer us a venue that is much larger.” The event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 9, at Coshocton Village Inn & Suites, which is located at 115 N. Water St. The following is a list of vendors scheduled to appear at the bridal expo: Travel: AAA Ohio Auto Club Wedding Rentals: Trudy’s Wedding Rentals Beauty: Statements By Shannon DJ and Lighting: Mega Music, DJ Trevor Griffith Venues: Schumaker Farms, Raven’s Glenn, Clary Gardens , The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein, Coshocton Village Inn& Suites Favors & Accessories: Shrock’s Heritage Furniture Photography & Videography: Unique Videography, Cayton Heath Photography Bridal Fashion: Carton’s Shoes/ Golden’s, Universe Prom & Bridal Jewelers: Dean’s Jewelry, Pugh’s Diamond Jewelers, Carton’s Shoes/ Golden’s

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year, we recognized the areas we needed to grow to compete at the highest level. We spent a lot of time evaluating offensive and defensive lineman that fit our school and our system. The staff’s hard work has paid off with this Class of 2013. We have met every positional need that we had assessed and are confident that the incoming players, along with our redshirts from last year, will allow us to compete at a high level in the GLIAC.” Hehman is thrilled to welcome Coy into his football family. “This year we put an emphasis on lineman and we are excited that he chose Malone,” Hehman said. “It will be great to watch Coy develop and I know he will help us achieve

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our program goals as well. In addition, he is a Northeast Ohio guy, which is very important to us as we recruit each class. We see him as a great fit for the style of offense that is founded on physicality and athleticism. Coy’s future as a Pioneer is bright.” Coy plans on majoring in intervention education with a minor in coaching.

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NEWCOMERSTOWN - Coy Johns, a senior lineman at Newcomerstown High School, signed a letter of intent to play with the Malone University Pioneers this upcoming fall. He is the son of Jon and Tammy Johns of Newcomerstown. Malone will be entering its second year of Division II NCAA and second year of competing in the GLIAC. Malone has been recognized by the prestigious Templeton Foundation as a leader in character development and for the past eight years Malone has been ranked among the top colleges and universities in the Midwest by US News and World Report. The Pioneers play at Fawcett Stadium home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Malone University football staff hit the recruiting trail hard in 2012 after experiencing new challenges presented during their first season of GLIAC competition last fall. The program is excited to announce 23 new additions for the 2013 season. The class is well balanced with 12 players on the offensive side of the ball and 11 players on the defensive side of the ball. Head coach Eric Hehman and his hardworking staff showed an ability to recruit the best players in the state of Ohio while also branching out to states all over the country. Eleven of the 23 recruits were bred in Ohio’s backyard but the class consists of players from nine different states. The Pioneers focused their efforts on the offensive and defensive lines in an attempt to toughen up their interior on both sides of the ball. This new added toughness should serve them well in the physical GLIAC. Hehman was all smiles after wrapping up the hectic festivities of signing day. “This is the best class that we have signed since our staff arrived a few years ago.” Hehman said. “After experiencing the GLIAC in our first

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Scouts, E Pluribus Unum, and $1. A surcharge from the sale of each coin is authorized to be paid to Girl Scouts of the USA for national program development and delivery. Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts of the USA is the premier leadership development program for all girls from kindergarten through grade 12. The mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Through activities in science and technology, business and economic literacy, and outdoor and environmental awareness, Girl Scouting provides girls with opportunities for fun and friendship, while fostering the development of leadership skills and self-esteem. Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council, headquartered in Columbus, serves more than 32,000 girls and more than 9,000 adult members and volunteers in 30 counties: Adams, Ashland, Coshocton, Crawford, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Gallia, Guernsey, Highland, Hocking, Holmes, Jackson, Knox, Licking, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Muskingum, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Richland, Ross, Scioto, Union, Vinton, Wayne and Wyandot. For more information on how to join, volunteer, or donate to Girl Scouts, call (800) 621-7042 or visit.

Gibbs sees benefits in Keystone XL Pipeline Warsaw Alumni CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Scholarships available the Keystone XL Pipeline will strengthen our energy partnership internationally and allow us to have a positive impact on global energy demands. The Keystone XL pipeline would deliver an additional 830,000 barrels of oil per day to the U.S. from Canada, our largest source of oil. Despite the tremendous benefits from the project, the President has politicized the issue by intentionally delaying the issuance of the permit in fear that his decision will upset his political allies. The permit application was received by the State Department in 2008, providing the President with nearly four years to make a decision. Further, the project has been studied extensively for the past four years, and it has been determined to be both environmentally sound and the safest way to transport oil. For example, the proposal has been rerouted to protect areas in Nebraska that were determined to include environmentally sensitive aquifers. What is the hold up? Now is not the time to stall a fully-vetted project for the purpose of avoiding political backlash. I have voted to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline permit and will continue to support the project, which will create jobs and lower gas prices without harming the environment. I’d like to hear your opinions about the building the Keystone XL Pipeline. Please email me at repbob.gibbs@mail.house.gov or call my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-6265.

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WARSAW – The Warsaw Alumni Association is offering scholarships to River View seniors who attended Warsaw Elementary School. These scholarships include two $1,000 awards from the Warsaw Alumni Association, the Clodaugh Brenneman Cline Scholarship of $1,000, the Davis Educational Grant of $1,000 and the Alton and Mozell Kirch Agricultural Scholarship for $500. In addition, the W.H.S. Honor Class of 1962 is sponsoring another $1,100 award. In the past, several families of the community have also donated for additional awards. These awards are made available through donations by graduates, teachers and friends of Warsaw High School and our community. Applications for these awards are available from George Hemming who is coordinating scholarships and awards this year at River View High School. Applications are also available from Jim Lawrence, chairperson of the scholarship program at 824-3890. The application deadline is Friday, March 29. The Cline Scholarship is coordinated through the Coshocton Foundation and is available online. These scholarships will be presented at the annual Warsaw Alumni Banquet to be held Saturday, May 18, at Warsaw Elementary School and recipients will be recognized at the River View Senior Awards program.

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begins its next 100 years of serving girls. The anniversary year has been marked by Girl Scout centennial celebrations across the country, from Savannah, Georgia, where the organization was founded in 1912, to Ohio, and beyond. The bills authorizing the United States Mint to mint and issue up to 350,000 of the silver dollar coins passed in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in October 2009. President Obama signed the legislation on October 29, 2009. The obverse, or heads, side of the coin includes portraits of three girls of different ages and backgrounds meant to represent the diversity of Girl Scouts. It was designed by the United States Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) Master Designer Barbara Fox. The inscription includes the words COURAGE, CONFIDENCE, CHARACTER, which reflect Girl Scouts’ mission to “build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.” The design also includes the Girl Scouts’ 100th-anniversary logo. The reverse side of the coin was designed by the United States Mint’s AIP Associate Designer Chris Costello. It features the Girl Scouts’ trefoil logo, and the inscriptions on the reverse are United States of America, Girl

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OHIO - The 2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Silver Dollar is now on sale to the public. The commemorative coin honoring 100 years of Girl Scouting was designed and produced by the United States Mint as one of two commemorative programs this year. It will feature three Girl Scouts on the obverse (heads) side and the iconic organization’s trefoil logo on the reverse (tails) side. The coin is available through the United States Mint at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468) or online at usmint.gov (click on Shop, then Commemoratives). Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council also will sell the coin at its Columbus Resource Store, located at Council Headquarters, 1700 WaterMark Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215 beginning in mid-March. “The Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Silver Dollar is symbolic of our history, our mission and our future,” said Council’s Director of Product and Retail Sales Barbara Leman. “It is an extraordinary way for Girl Scouts and the country to celebrate 100 years of building girls of courage, confidence and character!” The coin arrives as GSUSA marks the close of its 100th anniversary on March 12 and

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COSHOCTON – Auer Ace Hardware will welcome the Red Cross and a much larger blood mobile Tuesday, March 12 to its Otsego Avenue location. The blood drive will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will take regular donations as well as double red donations for those that are able to give the gift of life. If you gave at the last Auer Hardware drive you are eligible once again. If you are not sure of your status, you can call 1-800-RED-CROSS to confirm when you are able to donate. Appointments are strongly encouraged as previous drives have drawn great support from our community. You can make an appointment by calling Amy Taylor at 622-4056 or stop in at the store to reserve your spot. Walk-ins are welcome, but an appointment will ensure that your time spent with us is minimal. All donors will receive a $10 Auer Ace gift certificate, fresh bakes cookies, entertainment from a great crew and a little something from the Red Cross. Be sure to bring your donor card, driver’s license or two forms of identification with you.

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ZANESVILLE - The Mid-East Adult Center for Education, in partnership with American Electric Power, is offering Class D Power Lineman training. This is a 900 hour course designed to prepare students for the lineman profession. Students will be expected to, climb poles, operate Bucket and Digger Derricks, set poles, string primary and secondary wire as well as service drops, hang cross arms, perform hurt man rescue from the pole and bucket truck, perform the functions of a ground worker and attain a CDL Class A license. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their skills to potential employers during a skills demonstration week. An orientation session will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 16, at the Mid-East Adult Center for Education, Rufus Putnam Campus, 920 Moxahala Ave. All interested students will need to attend this meeting. For information, contact the Mid-East Adult Center for Education at 740-455-3111, stop in the office located at 920 Moxahala Ave. or visit adultcentereducation.org.

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COSHOCTON - Sam Bennett is working on a monument to honor all coal miners and pay respect to those who died in mining accidents in Coshocton County over the past 160 years. Each month, The Beacon will honor the minors who died. The list of those who died during the month of March includes: • Tom Fitzpatrick – March 19, 1897 • George Anson – March 11, 1913 • William Dunfee – March 14, 1918 A total of $60,000 will be needed for the project, which includes the marble monument, a bronze statue of a coal miner, landscaping around both and brick paths to the area. The total project will cost $57,300 and the remaining funds will be used to maintain the area. Bennett has setup an account for the monument and is selling bricks as a fundraiser. Forms for the bricks can be picked up at Ohio Heritage Bank and anyone wishing to make a donation can also do that at the bank. A $25,000 donation was made in November by the Montgomery Foundation, which puts total funds for the project at $29,165.17 For information about the project, e-mail Bennett at abennettjr@roadrunner.com, or visit www.coalminersmemorialfund.org.

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Community Calendar Local Events Triple Locks Theatre. The Triple Locks Theatre is now presenting, “Always…Patsy Cline”. They have recently added two more nights of the performance: Thursday, March 7 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m. Other performance dates include March 2, 8, 9, 15, and 16. Call the Triple Locks Theatre at 6222959 to reserve your tickets.

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. Dresden Cash Mob. The second Dresden Cash Mob will be Saturday, March 9 at 11 a.m. The shopping location is a secret and mobbers are asked to meet at 507 Main Street in Dresden and walk to the chosen store together. Mobbers must spend at least $15 at the location. After the mob, mobbers are invited to dine at Scottie’s Den at 33 E. Muskingum Ave. for a soup and sandwich special.

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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.

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Welcome to Medicare. A Welcome to Medicare presentation will be Friday, March 15th at 11 a.m. at the Coshocton Senior Center. An OSHIIP (Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program) representative will cover topics such as Medicare benefits, supplemental insurance policies, Medicare Advantage plans, prescription drug coverage and recent changes. Individual counseling appointments are also available that day by calling 622-4852. If

you schedule an appointment, please bring your list of prescription drugs to compare plans. Ladies Night Out. Tickets for the Janusian Club’s Annual “Ladies Night Out” are on sale now. It will be Thursday, March 21 in the Ridgewood Middle School Gymnasium. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and serving begins at 6:30 p.m. There will be hot sandwiches and a salad and dessert buffet. For your entertainment, there will be a “Club” style show, 50/50 drawing, silent auction, door prizes and bingo. Tickets may be purchased from any Janusian Club member or at Statements by Shannon Beauty Salon, 501 E. Main Street, West Lafayette. Or you may contact Nancy at 545-7879 or 502-6090 or Wendy at 622-8915 for tickets and any other information. 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. Evening Meal. Please join us at the Coshocton Senior Center for our March evening meal on Tuesday, March 26. Dinner will be served at 5 p.m. and entertainment by John LaFollette, who plays music from the 40’s through early 70’s, will begin shortly after. Autumn Health Care will be doing blood pressure checks from 4 – 5 p.m. and will be providing ice cream for dessert. Call 622-4852 to make your reservation.

Announcements God’s Treasure Chest. God’s Treasure Chest will have a grand opening Friday, March 1 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 117 S. 6th St, next door to the Set Free Community Church. There will be a bake sale and free hot dogs. They will be open the first Friday of every month from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Frazeysburg Extravaganza. The Frazeysburg Extravaganza will be Saturday, March 9 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. There will be a craft bazaar, quarter auction, and rummage sale. Cost is $10 a table with a new item donation and $15 a table without a donation. Payment and donations are required in advance. Contact Frazeysburg Elementary at 828-2781 to reserve a table or if you have any questions. All proceeds go to Frazeysburg PTO. Blood Testing. The Rotary Club of West Lafayette will offer a blood testing Saturday, March 9 from 7 – 9 a.m. at the West Lafayette First Baptist Church, located at 688 E. Main St. Tests offered include A1C test for $20, regular profile for $30, TSH for $18, PSA for $20, and colorectal for $4. A 12-hour fast is required. Results will be sent to your physician at no charge. To have the results sent to your address, donate a canned food item. Coffee, juice, and donuts will be served. The tests will be assisted by Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, Dr. Scott Keating, and Coshocton County EMS. For more information, call 545-6743. 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. Community Band. The Coshocton Community Band will be practicing every Tuesday evening 7 – 9 p.m. at the Coshocton High School Band room. Practices run March 19 through July. The band would welcome anyone high school age and older interested in playing. Any questions? Visit the band on Facebook or call 623-0682.

Church Events Dino to Perform. Dino will be performing at Roscoe United Methodist Church on March 9 at 6 p.m. The church is located at 622-7780. A free-will offering will be accepted. For more information, visit dinoplayspiano.com. Soup Supper. Prairie Chapel will be having a St. Patrick’s Day Soup Supper on March 16 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Menu includes Swiss on rye, hot dogs, sauerkraut, and soup. They will also serve “green” desserts and drinks. Door prizes will be given to those who have “luck of the Irish” that night. A love offering will be appreciated. The church is located at US 36 and CR 23 in Coshocton.


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The bank has ordered us to offer this property. Many folks have known this as the former Welcoming Center for the Longaberger Co. Property includes a farm house w/addition, large post and beam barn, 6.77 acres. There are commercial restrooms and a formal walkway entering the addition on the home. There is plenty of blacktop parking and concrete curbing. The property has approx. 1200 ft. of road frontage on old SR 16, highly visible from new SR 16 with easy access to the four lane highway. Let your imagination run wild here. With the numbers we are talking here, your thinking cap needs put on. This property has a minimum opening bid of $50,000. Feel free to contact us with questions. Go to www.peddicordrice.com for pictures and more information. Terms: 10% down time of auction. Balance due in 30 days. No contingencies in contract. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing. Owner: Century National Bank Auctioneers: Ryan LePage (740) 627-0133 Greg Rice (740) 502-3111 Herb Peddicord Your Full Service Real Estate, Auctioneering & Appraisal Company

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Marriage Enrichment Class. Coshocton Baptist Church will be hosting a marriage enrichment class 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. 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

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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 3 - 8 p.m. every Wednesday at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. Meatlovers is the March specialty pizza. 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

Clubs and Organizations Homemade Spaghetti. The Lone Star Lodge #175 will be having homemade spaghetti dinner Friday, March 8 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Newcomerstown Masonic Center, located at 235 Bridge St. The meal is all you can eat and includes hot garlic bread, salad, dessert, and beverage. Cost for adults is $6.50 and cost for children under 12 is $3. There is no cost for pre-school-aged children. Carry-out and delivery is available. Contact 330-243-5706. 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 18, and April 1; and Internet Intro: 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 is now through 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.

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Spring Bazaar. Women of the Church of God of 703 S. Second St. are having a Spring Bazaar on March 16 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The women will provide a lunch stand. There will be a table with new lowpriced toys for children and a “make it, take it” craft for $1. Come and enjoy a day of shopping and lunch to prepare for Easter. Contact Saundra Lewis at 502-0453 for questions.

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School Events Perseus Bayou. The Coshocton Junior High and High School students will be presenting Perseus Bayou at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9 in the McKinley Auditorium. Tickets are available at the door for $5 for adults and $2 for students. Ridgewood Musical. Ridgewood announces that tickets for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat are now on sale. Reserve tickets can be purchased or ordered in the high school office by calling 740-545-6345 or emailing joseph.rhsmusical@gmail.com. The show is March 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 p.m.

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Wednesday, March 6: 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. Wednesday, March 6: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share websites, learn about Japanese culture, draw, and much, much more! Call 622-0956 to register. Grades 7-12 only. 5:30 - 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7: Babytime Lapsit: Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2 and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes,

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Wednesday, March 6: 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.

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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.

Thursday, March 14: Poetry Forms and Writing Workshop: Poetry comes in many forms. This workshop will introduce grades 7-12 to some of the key attributes of narrative, lyric, and formal forms of poetry with examples from poets like Robert Frost, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver and contemporary poets writing today in rhyme and meter. Youth will

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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.

Wednesday, March 13: Friends of the Library: Join the Friends of the Library for their monthly meeting. Learn about volunteer opportunities at the library and Books Galore Book Store. 12 - 1 p.m.

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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.

Monday, March 11: Coffee Club: Senior Adults 55+ are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom. We’ll celebrate Women’s History Month from aboard a bicycle, which gave women the freedom of mobility and, according to Susan B. Anthony, ‘has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world.’ 10:15 a.m. - 12 p.m.

be encouraged to pick a favorite style and begin to write their own poems and will have the opportunity to correspond with the workshop leaders after the workshop to develop and polish them in preparation for various student contests, poetry journals and presentations at future poetry nights in Coshocton. Workshop leaders are Scott and Sharon Mooney, members of the Ohio Poetry Association ( OPA). Both have taught workshops on poetry at workshops sponsored by the Write-On Writers Guild of Coshocton and have judged various poetry contests for adults and teens. The Coshocton Public Library Poetry Contest will be on April 11. The event is free. Space is limited. Registration required. Call 622-0956 to register. 4 - 6 p.m.

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PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, March 13 at the Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at noon. A guest speaker and a short business meeting will follow. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation.

songs, and fingerplays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

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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.

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Community Calendar Monday, March 18: Harriet Beecher Stowe: Interested in the Civil War? Quilts? Great American literature? If you are intrigued by any of these subjects, you will not want to miss Crystal Meinstein’s talk. The lecture will consist of four parts: a monologue by a close friend of Mrs. Stowe in Civil War; costume: an introduction to Ms Meinstein’s quilt, including a history of redwork; embroidery: an explanation of the quilt blocks which represent Mrs. Stowe’s life as a daughter, wife, mother, writer; and abolitionist: a discussion of Mrs. Stowe’s novels, both her slave novels and her New England novels. 6:30 - 8 p.m.

This program is free of charge and sponsored by the Friends of the Library. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 21: Spring Chi: Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress, increase vitality, and put a spring in your step! Taught by Holli Rainwater. This is a six-week session ending April 25 9 - 10 a.m. Thursday, March 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 ‘Among the Hidden’ by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library, 622-0956, to register for this event. 4 - 5 p.m.

Wednesday, March 20: W.L. Coffee Chat for Adults: Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee Chat program bimonthly on the third Wednesday from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Eight of the Best Selling fiction and non-fiction books will be featured with hot coffee and tea. Cyndy Sedlock from the Good News Bookstore will host this lively book talk program. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to get new leads on some great reads! Space is limited, so call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to register or sign-up online at coshoctonlibrary.org/west-lafayette/index.

Thursday, March 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, book talks, 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 Monday, March 18 at 7:00 p.m. 5 - 7 p.m.

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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 740610-8305 or 740-623-8325

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Now accepting applications for a full-time District Technician with The Coshocton Soil & Water Conservation District. Associates degree or higher in Natural Resources with experience using AutoCAD and ArcGIS is preferred. A strong agricultural background, good communication skills-both oral and written, will be important considerations. For full position description and application visit www.coshoctonswcd. org or call 740-622-8087, ext. 4.

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Taking Application, apply at MISCELLANEOUS Colonial Sports-N-Courts. B & B INNKEEPER. Seek- 1101 Fairy Falls Dr. For sale: Generator, 1,000 ing Live- in Innkeeper for watt, 2.4 HP, 4 stroke engine. 3 room Bed & Breakfast on SERVICES OFFERED 740-622-7220 winery property in Newcomerstown OH. Person will be Mowing & Housecleaning. 2 beige leather recliners $50. responsible for management Free Estimates. 740-824-3096 each. Curved glass antique china cabinet $200. Books of B & B including guest services, light cooking, laundry Roofing, Siding, window in- and Barbie dolls. Cash only. and gardening. Must be hard- stallation, painting. Free esti- Phone 740-545-0146 working, energetic with good mates. 740-502-3989 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT people skills and knowledge APPLIANCES of computers. No pets and Lincoln Square Wave TIG must be a non-smoker. Call For sale, 2 washers and three Welder 175 Pro, rarely used. 740-498-9667 or email reelectric dryers. 740-502-5035 $1,000. 740-545-6488 sume to mrw1951@aol.com.

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