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COSHOCTON HOSPITAL NAMES CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER PAGE 7 OSCAR ROSE OPENS FOR BUSINESS PAGE 9 4-H WEEK PAGES 12-13 STUDENTS FOLLOW POPE’S JOURNEY PAGE 16 CLASSIFIED PAGE 23 This edition of The Beacon published in honor of Stephanie, Pat and Addy Snyder

WINE & DINE

Oscar Rose Steak and Seafood House is officially open for business after Mayor Steve Mercer and John Larson cut the ribbon on March 13. Oscar Rose will have its grand opening on Easter Sunday, March 31, with Rosie’s Easter Grand Buffet from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will continue to be open each Sunday during that time and feature a buffet. Normal operating hours will be Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Oscar Rose will still continue to specialize in steak and seafood. For more on the restaurant, see page 9. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

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and Resident Council, $10,000. • Academic scholarships for students attending Ohio’s private colleges and universities, the Ohio Scholars Program of the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges, Columbus, $30,000; • Scholarships made possible by Coshocton County’s Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation, $1,000; and • Medical fellowships in the field of congenital heart disease in adults at the Ohio State University Medical Center, $50,000. Any organization interested in receiving grant support in 2013 should submit a letter of query. Letters of query for the foundation’s next grant making cycle are due on or before Monday, July 1. Letters of query are to be no more than one page in length and should include the following information: 1. Name of organization, employer identification number, and date of currentlyvalid tax exempt status determination letter. 2. Name, mailing address, telephone number, and email address of the organization and its principal contact person. 3. Mission and purpose of organization. 4. General summary statement about organization’s current needs, including, if applicable, a description of the program(s) or project(s) for which the organization specifically seeks support. 5. Total financial cost of the program(s) or project(s). 6. Amount of financial support for the program(s) or projects(s) to be provided by the organization and by other donors or foundations. 7. Amount of financial support and other

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Thank You

The family of Robert “Bob” Vesco would like to thank everyone who called, sent cards, sent food, visited, and those who cared for Bob at Autumn Health Care Nursing home. The memorial donations, prayers and support have meant so much to us.

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We especially want to thank Hospice of Coshocton for making Bob’s last final days comfortable with their TLC, Free Funeral Home for their loving service and care, the Coshocton County Veterans Council for military honors and Pastor Steve Sullivan for his visits and wonderful message at Bob’s funeral service. Also, a special thanks to the ladies of Roscoe United Methodist Church for the delicious dinner after Bob’s funeral. Our family will always be grateful and appreciative by all who touched our lives before, during and after this difficult loss of a great husband, father and grandfather. Sincerely, wife Judy, daughter Debbie and daughter Janet and family. 0039_032013

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$10,000; • Creation, construction and ongoing maintenance of the Hopewell Community Garden, Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Hopewell Habilitation and Work Center, $6,000; • Bicycle education, training and repair programs operated by Franklinton Cycle Works, Columbus, $10,000; • Parking and building renovation and improvement for the Coshocton Footlight Players, $20,000; • A donor advised fund honoring George Espy, retiring president of Philanthropy Ohio (formerly Donors Forum of Ohio) in the Erie (Pennsylvania) Community Foundation, $1,000; • Programs, information services and training for nonprofits from the Cleveland office of the Foundation Center, New York, $500; • Programs of the Council on Foundations, Washington, DC, $140; • Programs of the Philanthropy Roundtable, Washington, DC, $500; • Home construction and education partnership with the Building and Trades Program, Coshocton County Career Center, Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County, $10,000. • Community, family and child programs provided by the Meadows Outreach Program

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COSHOCTON - During 2012, the Schooler Family Foundation awarded funds totaling $194,140. These grants make possible: • An aquatic facilities renovation at Camp Echoing Hills, $35,000; • New dental equipment and other improvements for the Children’s Dental Clinic, $30,000; • Test preparation, testing and student tracking programs of Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. College Access Program, $5,000; • Operating and designated program support for the Coshocton County Alternative School,

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As children we had ups and downs but the smiles always beat the frowns. We shared our joys, we shared our cares, we shared each other for many years. But now you’re gone, have been for 3 years. I miss you each day, and yes, there are still tears. Your big sis, Pat Mapel


Fund to honor Charles Hathaway IV

Charles’ love for adventure inspired his parents to establish the fund in his memory. Tax-deductible contributions may be made to the Charles Hathaway IV Boy Scout Fund at the Coshocton Foundation, P.O. Box 55, Coshocton, OH 43812 with a note that the donation is to be deposited in the Hathaway Fund.

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COSHOCTON - The Charles Hathaway IV Boy Scout Fund has been established at the Coshocton Foundation. The fund was created by Chuck and Paula Hathaway, parents of 24-year-old Charles IV, who died in May 2012. The fund will benefit local Boy Scouts by assisting them in achieving their dreams by having adventures at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, the Boy Scout National Jamboree or another Boy Scout High Adventure experience. An Eagle Scout and 2008 graduate of Coshocton High School, Charles graduated magna cum laude in 2010 with a B.S. in business administration from The Ohio State University. At the time of his death he was employed as a

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financial analyst by a capital management firm in New York City. An avid traveler, Charles visited 44 states and nine foreign countries during his short life. He fell ill when he and a friend were hiking on the Great Wall of China in the mountains outside of Beijing and died unexpectedly shortly after returning to the city. Charles told friends he was “living the dream,” and one friend described Charles as being “just as comfortable in New York City rush hour as he was sitting all alone on top of a mountain.”

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provides articles on h, spring is on the what is happening in way, spring is on the world of faith in the way. So the calendar Coshocton County as indicates. I am finding it well as listings of all hard to believe. Monday area churches. Our morning (it is March 18) news team of Josie and dawned cold and rainy Beth worked hard to with a bit of ice thrown give you, our readers, a in for good measure. glimpse into the world Jeez. Most everyone of faith as we know it I talk to is tired of here in our community. winter. I am among that MARK FORTUNE There are many people, group. Of course, I will be among those complaining when paid and volunteer, that are diligently the mercury hits 90 or higher this serving and working to help others summer. Remember last July? Yikes. that are less fortunate, have fallen Seems like a distant memory now on hard times or perhaps just need as is typical. Perhaps we should just a friend in their time of need. Please accept the weather as it comes and let us know what you think of “Faith Renewed” as your opinions and goes. We can’t change it anyway. All right Buckeye fans – this suggestions help us improve. could be the bracket we’ve been Of special significance is a waiting for. A number two seed in the full color poster on page 11 that is west region pits the Buckeyes against the Lord’s Prayer for Coshocton. Iona this Friday and then a matchup Coshocton city Mayor Steve Mercer against New Mexico. The ferocity and was inspired to do this and you can physicality of the Big 10 conference read his thoughts on page 10 of “Faith will give the Buckeyes an edge in the Renewed”. People praying for this bracket. The Badgers are out there too community will help this community. and should run into Gonzaga. I have Our thoughts and prayers go not watched Gonzaga this year so I out to Stephanie (Lapp) Snyder, cannot make a logical prediction but husband Pat and daughter Addy. If I predict the Buckeyes will make it you know this story, your heart has to Atlanta. Playing the first weekend surely been touched. The Snyder in Dayton is also huge. As most family, the medical staff and all those Buckeye fans know, the Dayton site surrounding little Addy need the has not always been kind to the team prayers of this community for a liver. from Columbus. But perhaps there is There is a benefit at River View High something special about this group School this Friday evening, March 22 of young men. They don’t rattle from 5 to 8 p.m. A spaghetti dinner, easy, have faced their nemesis, the Chinese raffle and a 50/50 drawing Badgers, and came away victorious. are part of the evening’s activities. Let’s take one game at a time. More details are in this week’s You will find our annual “Faith community calendar. Please plan to Renewed” section inside this edition attend and support the family. of The Beacon. This special section

Electronic Media visiting assistant professor wins Dissertation Award CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

LANCASTER - An Ohio University Lancaster Visiting Assistant Professor has won the Kenneth Harwood Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Broadcast Education Association. Shane Tilton of Coshocton, will accept the award at the BEA annual convention in Las Vegas, Nev. in April. “I’m very excited and humbled,” said Tilton. “I’m honored that the Broadcast Education Association considered my work worthy of this honor.” Established by Kenneth Harwood, professor at the University of Houston and a former president of the BEA, the award offers $1,000 for the outstanding Ph.D. dissertation in broadcasting and electronic media. The award was established through gifts started by Professor Harwood and a donation from a friend of BEA. The Broadcast Education Association is a professional association for professors, industry professionals and students who are interested in teaching and research related to electronic media and multimedia enterprises. The Harwood award is a nationally competitive award. Tilton won the Harwood award for his dissertation called “First year students in a foreign fabric: A triangulation study on Facebook as a method of coping/adjustment.” “It’s a one year study of how freshman use Facebook to become adjusted to the first year of college,” said Tilton. “It looks at how they share videos, music and pictures as a way of dealing with their feelings.” Tilton defended his dissertation at Ohio University in Athens in December. He is in charge of the Electronic Media Technology program at Ohio University Lancaster.

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assistance being sought from the Schooler Family Foundation. Letters of query may be sent by electronic mail to schoolerfamilyfoundation@gmail.com or by regular mail addressed to Schooler Family Foundation, Post Office Box 6137, Columbus, OH 43206-0137. In the current cycle, the foundation will review all letters of query submitted through Monday, July 1, and issue requests for proposals to selected organizations no later than Thursday, Aug. 1. Selected organizations’ proposals must be received by the foundation by Tuesday, Oct. 1, and grant awards will be announced by the foundation on Friday, Nov. 1. Organizations wanting additional grant writing resources are encouraged to contact the Foundation Center; 1422 Euclid Ave., Suite 1600, Cleveland, OH 44115-2001 216-861-1933 http://foundationcenter. org/cleveland. For further information, contact the Schooler Family Foundation by mail addressed to Schooler Family Foundation, Post Office Box 06137, Columbus, OH 43206-0137 or by e-mail at schoolerfamilyfoundation@gmail.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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WARSAW – Kindergarten registration dates for River View Local Schools have been scheduled. If you have a child, or know of a child, who will be 5 on or before Aug. 1, 2013, call the elementary building where the child will attend to receive a registration packet. Registration dates and times are as follows: Warsaw Elementary (824-3727): 6 p.m. Thursday, March 21; Conesville Elementary (829-2334): 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 2; Keene Elementary (622-5884): 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 2; Union Elementary (327-2351): 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4 Parents are asked to attend these

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honor roll student. Community activities include 4-H, junior fairboard member for two years, 12year member of Girl Scouts and a member of her church youth group. When asked who contributed the most to her self-development, she named her mother, Amy. The experience that has given her the greatest satisfaction is marching band because it gives her musical experience over the summer and into the school year. Serving as the field commander of the marching band has given her much leadership experience.

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WEST LAFAYETTE – Alexandra Boone, daughter of Tim and Amy Bourne, was named the Rotary student of the month for March 2013. Boone, a Ridgewood High School junior, is involved in all of the music opportunities at Ridgewood High School. She is a member of the marching, concert, jazz and pep bands. She has served as the marching band field commander for the past two years. In addition to her band activities, Boone also is a member of the concert choir, the chorale and the women’s ensemble, Common Sense. Other school activities include the foreign language club as well as being an

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however they wanted. “Local government should not be involved in this matter,” said Commissioner Curtis Lee. “We are not in the Internet business.” However, the Commissioners were concerned about some past situations where they did assist other organizations with Internet service. “We did assist one or two in the past, but they had no other options,” said Commissioner Dane Shryock. “Hopewell Industries has multiple opportunities with other companies. I think we should send a letter to the other places and let them know that if they have other options now they need to use them and not us.” The Commissioners worried about the financial burden their decision would put on Hopewell Industries, but decided it was best they step away from the situation so they are not competing with private Internet providers. Mary Thompson-Hufford from Hopewell Industries was called back to the meeting and informed that the county would quit its service to the building June 30 and the phones and Internet would stop working. It wasn’t the answer Thompson-Hufford was hoping for but she was glad to finally have one. “We want to be the premier provider for the services our clients deserve and anything we can

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HEARING TEST SET IN COSHOCTON COUNTY

Free hearing tests will be given at the Beltone Hearing Aid Center New Office Location at 135 Downtowner Plaza Coshocton, OH The test will be given by a licensed Hearing Care Practitioner, Thursday, March 21st from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 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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do to help us plan ahead will let us make better choices and decisions for them.” The Commissioners plan to review their policies for Internet requests so they can be consistent in the future. During the meeting the Commissioners also discussed: • Request a motion to sign the Title IV-D Contract between Coshocton County Child Support Enforcement Agency and the Coshocton County Common Pleas Court in the amount of $69,641.30 as requested by Tonya Lock, CSEA Director. • Request a motion to sign the Title IV-D Contract between Coshocton County Child Support Enforcement Agency and the Coshocton County Juvenile Court in the amount of $133,772.48 as requested by Tonya Lock, CSEA Director. • Request a motion to sign the Title IV-D Contract between Coshocton County Child Support Enforcement Agency and the Coshocton County Clerk of Courts in the amount of $60,871.44 as requested by Tonya Lock, CSEA Director. • Receive the Dog Warden’s Report for the week ending March 11, with five dogs picked up by the warden, five dogs brought in as strays, nine dogs destroyed, 23 calls handled, 10 dog licenses sold, nine late fees paid, one dog redeemed, two dogs per owner surrender, $5 in boarding fees collected for a total of $308 in fees collected. • Request a motion to sign a Commercial Lease with Russell Fry for the lease of a parking lot accessed by a city alley way and located between the County Maintenance Building and the structure commonly referred to as the McCoy Building. The term of the lease will be one year beginning January 1, 2013 in the amount of $500 annually. • Request a motion to sign Resolution 201316 supporting a partnership agreement with the City of Coshocton for an Impact Study on Combining Water and Sanitary Sewer. • Request a motion to sign a Partnership Agreement with the City of Coshocton as part of the Local Government Innovation Fund Application to collaborate in a feasibility study addressing both economic and environmental issues facing the region regarding an extended municipal sanitary sewer and water system. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

Local student named to Dean’s List CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

The University of Northwestern Ohio is proud to acknowledge that Marcus L. White of West Lafayette has made the Dean’s List for the January 2013 session in the College of Applied Technologies. Full-time students must receive a grade point average of 3.5 or better to be named to the Dean’s List.


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SEE ‘SILVESTRI’ ON PAGE 10 COSHOCTON - Coshocton Hospital has taken another important step toward meeting its objectives for financial recovery with addition of Scott Silvestri to the hospital’s management executive team as chief financial officer. In his role as CFO, Silvestri will oversee all financial elements of the hospital and its physician clinics, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial reporting, third party contracts and patient financial services. He will also oversee information technology services and will have responsibility for assessing financial reporting relative to strategic planning and process improvement initiatives. Silvestri was previously employed by Summa Southwest Region in Barberton, where he has worked as controller and then as regional controller for the $800 million subsidiary of a multi-billion dollar integrated health system. During his tenure, he successfully guided the department through multiple system conversions, identified substantial tax savings opportunities and coordinated departmental restructuring to meet department productivity goals. His

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March 24th, 1963 A 55-year-old historic mural had just received a new lease on life as local and famed illustrator, Benton Clark, restored the painting to its original luster. The painting depicted a scene of Col. Bouquet’s Treaty in 1764 and was the work of the late Arthur William Woelfle, completed in the Coshocton County Courthouse in 1908. Not only was Benton an ideal choice for the job because he was a famed illustrator, but he also studied art under Mr. Woelfle. Like Benton, Woelfle also became extremely popular in the art world, painting portraits for celebrities in New York.

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March 25th, 1973 Mrs. Weston may have been 89 years old, but her age didn’t seem to slow her down. Weston, who would turn 90 in October, was still very active in her home and found activities to keep her busy. She loved to make afghans, and in 1972 alone, she made 26 afghans. Over the last 10 years, she had made 20-25 afghans a year. Weston also found time to crochet, having taught herself when she was 34 years old. Weston still liked to cook her own meals and was known to put together a whole jigsaw puzzle in one evening. Her motto was, “You’re never too old to learn something new.”

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The staff at Hasseman Marketing and Communications recently invested in education and training at the annual Ohio Promotional Products Association (OPPA) Convention is Columbus. This two day event consisted of industry training and education as well as a style show and a trade show, highlighting the newest products and capabilities available. Pictured from left are: Amy Hasseman, Libbie Granger-Prince, Christine Hasseman, Dustin Haywood, Kirby Hasseman, Jeff Wickerham and Sara Warne. OPPA puts on two main shows each year, one in March and one in the fall. Hasseman Marketing headquarters is located at 432 Main St. in Coshocton. They can be found at www.HMCpromos.com or by calling 622-7429. PHOTO CON-

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March 26th, 1953 Every Saturday morning, residents could find a long line of children outside of the Sixth Street Theatre, waiting impatiently for the doors to open for “Kiddie Korner”, a live broadcast over WTNS. The show, then in its sixth week, had been growing in popularity. Every week, Stan Robinson and Bob Speaks led the eager children through quizzes, games, and interviews. The Panel Quiz was made up of five children chosen from Coshocton schools to compete for a chance to win a grand prize and come back next week. A birthday party for one lucky child each week featuring a birthday cake was also very popular.

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instructions to their heirs regarding financial matters; and consolidating financial and personal information, including real property, savings and investment accounts and legal documents into one document. The webinar runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, and can be viewed online by going to http://carmenconnect.osu. edu/ohioagmanager. If you do not have access to a high speed internet connection, you can view this program at the Coshocton County Extension Office located in the County Services Building Room 110. Contact Emily Adams, Coshocton County OSU Extension Educator, at 622-2265 or adams.661@osu.edu to pre-register by Monday, March 25.

March 20th, 1983 For Jack and Bobbie Schmidt, healthy lifestyles had been very important to them and they wanted to share nutritional food and information with others in the community. The couple recently opened Nature’s Pantry in the Downtowner Plaza, selling vitamins, herbs, nutritional snacks, and offered nutritional counseling. Bobbie said she hoped to offer a weight loss program and facials in the near future. The store also offered lunch to its customers, serving healthy sandwiches, drinks, and soups. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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COSHOCTON - Coshocton County Youth Leadership (CCYL), a Leadership Coshocton County and Coshocton Foundation program, is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 program year. Coshocton County Youth Leadership provides a basic foundation of leadership skills for each student to build upon. It assists in the development of communication skills and presents an opportunity to interact with community leaders and fellow participants. Through this experience CCYL participants gain an awareness of Coshocton County’s resources, challenges and opportunities. This educational program is for current sophomores who apply now and attend during their junior year of high school. Participation from all Coshocton County high schools is encouraged, to add diversity to the class. If sophomores plan to attend the Coshocton County Career Center as juniors, they can still participate in this program. Application deadline is Friday, March 22. Applications can be obtained from high school guidance counselors, the Coshocton Foundation website, www.coshoctonfoundation. org/leadership, the Leadership Coshocton County office at 220 S. Fourth St., Coshocton, OH 43812, or by calling 622-0010.

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COSHOCTON - Oscar Rose Steak and Seafood House, formerly Thomas’ Steakhouse, opened for business March 13. John Larson, owner of Oscar Rose, took over the business Dec. 5 and immediately began talking to regular customers about how they would like to see the restaurant transform into a

FORTUNE new, chic place in Coshocton. “We gave this place a facelift,” said Larson. “We started talking with people and wanted to see a change and bring this place back to life.” Larson began remodeling the restaurant Feb. 18, and employed many local businesses to help with remodeling. The new restaurant features newly-remodeled restrooms, a new bar area, a private meeting or party room, a new fireplace with a photo featuring Mr. and Mrs. Thomas above the fireplace, a Wall of Heritage which will feature photos, news articles, and menus of restaurants that have been in that location in the past, new paint, wall hangings, tables and chairs, and much more. “We wanted to make an efficient place where people could come and have a good meal and socialize,” said Larson. Larson decided to name the restaurant Oscar Rose after his father, Oscar, and his mother,

Rosemary. He said that what used to be called ‘The Nook’ at Thomas’ will now be renamed ‘Rosie’s Nook’. Oscar Rose Steak and Seafood House will have its grand opening on Easter Sunday, March 31, with Rosie’s Easter Grand Buffet from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will continue to be open each Sunday during that time and feature a buffet. Normal operating hours will be Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Oscar Rose will still continue to specialize in steak and seafood. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Pictured outside the newly remodeled “Oscar Rose” restaurant on Third Street in Coshocton, formerly Thomas, are the founder Charles “Russell” Thomas and John Larson, who also owns The Warehouse Steak ‘n Stein in Roscoe Village. “I feel honored to be invited here for the open house,” Thomas said. “I think John (Larson) has done a great job remodeling – I wish him all the best.” For more photos from the restaurant, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK

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Peddicord 60th wedding anniversary J. Herbert Peddicord and Donna F. Fry were married at the Warsaw Nazarene Church on March 15, 1953. Donna is the daughter of the late James and Arah Fry. Herb is the son of the late Ada Peddicord and William Peddicord. They have 3 children Randy (Joni) Peddicord, Rick (Becky) Peddicord, and Heather (Ryan) LePage. Seven grandchildren- Dusty (Jeremy) Jenkins, Renata Densmore, Michelle Peddicord, Lindsey (Chad) Olinger, Stephanie Peddicord, Kelsey Peddicord and Ricky Peddicord and seven great grandchildren- Kurtis, Klaudia, Billy, Kali, Konner, Gracie, and Annie round out the family. The family celebrated the anniversary milestone with an open house at Roberta’s Banquet Center with over 100 family and friends in attendance. It was an afternoon filled with

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great food, great music and great fellowship, a wonderful celebration of the faith, family and friends that have supported this amazing couple and their marriage through the years. “The Lord has blessed our family with two absolutely amazing people we call Mom and Dad. Today they celebrate true love and commitment to the God created covenant of marriage. We are so fortunate to have parents who never give up even in the hardest of circumstances. Thank you Mom and Dad for being the wonderful people you are, for putting God and family first, and giving each of us more than we could ever have asked for in a parent. HAPPY 60th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY!!!!! WE LOVE YOU!!!”

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Workshop to be given on direct marketing and cottage foods Eric Barrett, Agriculture and Natural CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Resources (ANR) Extension Educator in the OSU Extension Office before the registration Mahoning County and member of the OSU deadline of March 20. To register, go to Extension Direct Marketing Team, will offer coshocton.osu.edu for a downloadable flyer or advice on growing and developing your brand. by contacting the OSU Extension office at 622This program helps new and experienced direct 2265 or email adams.661@osu.edu for more marketers get their marketing plan in line information. through branding their farm business. Barrett will also explain the best approaches for pricing your products. You will see examples from other marketers and get materials to help you CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5 price your own products. Following the Direct Marketing section, are for parents only and they are asked to bring Emily Adams, ANR Extension Educator in along the child’s certified birth certificate, Coshocton County, will present a workshop Social Security Card, immunization records and on developing a home-based food business by custody papers if applicable. making Cottage Foods in Ohio. Adams will For questions, call the specific school or explain the food safety reasons behind Ohio River View Local Schools at 824-3521. You law for Cottage Foods including why certain also can obtain additional information and forms foods are able to be made in the home without on the River View Local Schools website. inspection and some are not. This program also helps food producers understand labeling and ways to determine if a recipe is ready for the CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 market. Cost of the class is $10 and can be paid at challenges in today’s health care environment, but I am confident in the enhancements we’re making that will help us succeed well into the future.” A native of Ohio, Silvestri currently resides in Navarre with his wife and three children.

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COSHOCTON - If you are planning to sell food at local Farmers Markets or Local Bounty Coshocton or have ever considered the possibility of making a food for sale, then plan to participate in a Direct Marketing and Cottage Foods Development Workshop March 25 in Room B100 in the County Services Building from 6 - 9 p.m. Direct marketing is the sale of items directly to the consumer. This could include fresh produce, eggs, meat, honey, maple syrup, or a processed food like a baked good or fruit jam or jelly. Foods that are made in the home without a requirement for inspection are called cottage foods. There are plenty of opportunities for starting a home-based food business or directly marketing the products from your farm.

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COSHOCTON - Casey Claxon was happy to see the crowd that had turned out for the March 13, Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Breakfast at Hopewell School. “I appreciate all of you being here and supporting our mission of empowering our individuals,” said Claxon, who is the DD Board President. One of the people served by the organization’s school age program is Colton Rose. “This is his second year in the preschool program and I have seen improvements in his speech, activity and confidence,” said Emily Miller, Rose’s mother. “He’s also becoming more independent. It’s been wonderful to watch him grow.” Miller also commented on how much her son enjoys going to school. “He looks forward to school and tries to convince me to take him on weekends,” she said. “He also knows the staff by name and they have become like family. We are blessed to have them in our lives. The crowd also heard from Susan Warne who spoke about how adult services/community employment has changed her life.

PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS “I like living in the community and I like the freedom I have,” she said. “I also like the people I work with and those that help me with my problems. I hope this speech inspires someone else to live on their own.” The breakfast also included the presentation of a proclamation from the Coshocton County Commissioners declaring March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and Steve Oster, County Board Superintendent handed out several awards. The volunteer award went to Amanda Fink, youth volunteer was Devin Smith, support professional was Erica Betz, partner of the year was Kathie Dickerson, distinguished service was Sandy Hess, and individual achievement went to Phyllis Gallion. Several of the honored individuals were speechless but a few of them took the microphone after receiving their awards. “My heart is here and I am glad to help,” Fink said. Betz commented that she is privileged to work with her client and never wants the relationship to end. Dickerson, who recently left her position at the Tribune, said she will miss working with people from the DD Board. “I will miss covering events like this,” she said. “Everyone who works for the Board of DD cares about what they do.” Hess also cares greatly about the students she works with at the Coshocton County Career Center.

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4-H frozen food sale COSHOCTON - It is time once again for the annual 4-H Frozen Food Sale. This is a significant fundraiser for participating County 4-H Clubs, as each participating club earns 10 percent of their club’s total sales. The fundraiser is sponsored by the Coshocton County 4-H Advisory Committee, but order forms can be obtained from any 4-H member or at our local OSU Extension office. In addition to being a club fundraiser, individual 4-H members can achieve financial scholarships to be applied to 4-H Junior Camps by achieving a particular sales level. All 4-H clubs appreciate the overwhelming support

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at www.facebook.com/CoshoctonCounty4H. Entries will be eligible to win an ice cream party for up to 12 people if they receive the most votes. Entries are to be uploaded no later than 6 p.m. Saturday, April 20. This year 4-H also wants to recognize a great volunteer. Joyce Mullett just received recognition at the Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference held at the Convention Center for serving as a volunteer in the 4-H Program for 45 years. Mullett is organizational advisor for Keene Kountry Kids 4-H Club and also serves as a Key Leader for the county program. We thank Mullett for her continue support to 4-H and look forward to many more years having her as an excellent volunteer! If you having questions about joining 4-H, becoming a volunteer, or about any of the 4-H week activities please contact the Extension Office at 622-2265.

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The OSU Extension Open House will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 23, at the County Services Building (where OSU Extension is housed). This is a great opportunity for potential 4-H members as well as current members to check out project displays, participate in fun games and grab a snack. The open house is open to all public, along with 4-H, you will also have a chance to see the other program areas offered through our Extension Office including Agriculture and Natural Resources, Master Gardeners, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, and AmeriCorps Housing Corps. Come meet the staff, tour the office, and see what you could win in the silent auction. A new activity for the community to participate in this year is a Wear Green for 4-H day on Thursday, March 21. So show your support for 4-H week by wearing green with your school, club, office, family, etc. and submit your picture to our county 4-H Facebook page

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COSHOCTON – The 2013 Coshocton is Blooming Best Bloomin’ Garden Tours will be held monthly from April through July. Do you or someone you know have a great “curb appeal” garden or backyard garden? Enter yourself, neighbors, friends or family members. We are searching for residences, churches and businesses located in the Coshocton area to participate in garden tours. In keeping with the “Let’s make Coshocton Pop! Pop! Pop!” theme you are encouraged to add pink and purple annuals to your garden. The gardens will be recognized by a yard sign displayed at the residence or business. All participants must be willing to host a public garden tour which will be held on the third Sunday of the month from April to July. Drop off the entry forms as well as pick up additional forms at the following businesses: The Beacon, The Garden Patch Greenhouse, Cantwell Creek Garden Center, Baker’s Foods – Downtowner Plaza and Buehler Food Market.

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Land Transfers: DEL Land, LLC to John Scott Hayes and Bernice L. Hayes; $89,000 The Bank of New York Mellon…2006-SD3 to John R. Radcliff Jr. and Jaclyne N. Shammo; $5,900 Guy E. Rinehart, Trustee, et al to Six County, Inc.; $4,000 Williams F. and Kathleen M. Sheldon to Lucas and Taisha Kaspar; $103,000 Mom Haven 13, LP to Transportation Alliance Bank Inc.; $19,968.70 Lewis Allen Hunt to Jeremy Lee Boals; $60,000 Donald R. McKee Jr. and Sheila L. McKee to Michael A. McKee, Rae Jeanne McKee, David L. McKee and Renae S. McKee; $64,000

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Community Calendar Local Events 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.

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Vendor’s Mall. Windsorwood Place will be having a Vendor’s Mall Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. as a fundraiser for the activity department. Some of the vendors will include Scentsy, Pampered Chef, May Thirty-One, Cookies, Cupcakes, and Such, Tastefully Simple, Grace Adelle, Avon, Origami Owl, Skinny Fiber, and many more. 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.

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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 are at 6:30 p.m. and will be at the Village Pantry located at 318 N. Whitewoman St. in Roscoe Village. Classes will include: Tuesday, April 2: “It’s a Spring Fling” taught by Jenny Wilson; Tuesday, April 16: “Spring Fling Continues” taught by Bob McKenna; Thursday, May 2: “It’s All About the Taste”; Monday, June 3: “Don’t Be Foiled” taught by Bob McKenna; and June 17: “Still Foiling Around” taught by Jenny Wilson. Call to make reservations at 575-4049. Class size is limited. Stop by the Village Pantry during Taste for Summer on May 18 for all-day store demos, featuring the owners of Taste Weavers.

Gibbs Office Hours in Coshocton. A member of Congressman Bob Gibbs’ staff will be having office hours in Coshocton County on March 21 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. at the Coshocton Library. During these office hours, Congressman Gibbs’ staff will be available to provide assistance to constituents on a variety of services and issues, including Medicare, Veterans Affairs, Social Security, Internal Revenue Service issues, and matters regarding federal legislation.

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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. Wally Flyer. The Walhonding Valley Historical Society presents Jim Sharpe, author of books on the Wally Flyer Railroad to Speak on the “Wally Flyer” on March 26 at 1 p.m. at the “Old Hotel” Museum, 102 East Main St, Warsaw.

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Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass Music and Relay for Life Team Alana presents Bluegrass Music 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.

Elite Spectacular. Elite Dance Force will be having their “Elite Spectacular 2013” on Saturday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. at CHS McKinley Auditorium. All of the 2013 Elite group routines will be featured. Tickets are $7 and can be purchased from any Elite dancer. Extra tickets will be available at the door. Several fundraisers will be held including themed Raffle Baskets, flower bouquets and a 50/50 drawing.

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Open House. The Ohio State University Extension Office of Coshocton County will be having an open house on March 23 from 2 – 4 p.m. at the County Services Building. The public is welcome to come see the programs of The Extension Office including 4-H, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Master Gardeners, Expanded Food & Nutrition Program, and the AmeriCorps Housing Corps, tour the office, and enjoy kid-friendly activities and games. They will have a silent auction and activities geared towards all audiences through each program, and you will get to meet the staff and tour the office. A fun and educational experience is sure to be had by all. Please attend the Open House and see what your Extension office is doing for you.

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Nurses to Meet. The Newcomerstown/Coshocton area Nurses Christian Fellowship will meet Monday, March 25 at 6:15 p.m. at the West Lafayette United Methodist Church, 120 W. Union St., West Lafayette. Please use the Oak St. 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 Any Bower at 545-7645 or Marian Murphy at 498-7265. Cemetery Clean-Up. The Canal Lewisville cemetery will begin its annual spring cleanup March 25. All decorations will be removed and discarded at that time. Anyone wanting to save Christmas decorations or personal items must remove them by March 24. New items can be placed on graves after March 29.


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Meeting Change. The River View Board of Education has changed the date of the April board meeting. The meeting will now be Monday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Roscoe Alumni Banquet. Roscoe Alumni Banquet will be May 18, at Coshocton Career Center. Invitation letters will be sent April 1 and need to be returned by May 1. Contact person: Robert Watson, 622-1362.

Benefits AddySTRONG Benefit. 8-month-old Addy Anne Snyder is awaiting a liver transplant at Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital. Addy is the daughter of Pat and Stephanie (Lapp) Snyder. A benefit spaghetti dinner will be Friday, March 22, at River View High School. Serving hours are 5 - 8 p.m. There will be two 50/50 drawings and a Chinese Raffle. Chinese raffle prizes include: two tickets to NASCAR Quicken Loans 400 race; $100 Cabela’s gift card; Two $100 gas cards; Full size quilt and Baby quilt; Stampin’Up and Scentsy Variety Baskets, and many more. For tickets, call Sharon Wachtel at 622-5374.

Church Events Back Door Café. Bakersville Presbyterian Church will have an all-you-can-eat menu of pancakes, French toast, sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and drinks at their Back Door Café on March 21 from 7:30 – 11 a.m. A $5 donation will be appreciated to continue their community outreach programs. Sweet rolls will also be available for sale.

Egg Hunt. Victory Assembly of God in Newcomerstown is sponsoring a community scavenger hunt to start March 28. Eggs marked Victory Assembly of God will be hidden between Canal and Main St. in Newcomerstown. All eggs guarantee a prize, but 10 specially-marked Grand Prize eggs will award a $50 gas card, $50 Wal-Mart card, and more. To redeem prizes, you must be present at the Victory Assembly of God’s 10:45 a.m. service on Easter Sunday Morning. Victory Assembly of God is located at 311 South College Street in Newcomerstown directly across from Baker’s IGA. For more information, call the church office at (740) 498-6547.

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Soup Supper. The United Methodist Women of Nellie Chapel UMC are sponsoring a Soup Supper at the church from 5:30 – 7 p.m. on Friday, March 22. Three kinds of soup, salads, desserts and beverages will be served for a donation. Monies raised will support various UMW mission projects. Come join us for some hot soup and fellowship! Nellie Chapel United

Ring the Bells for Habitat. The 13th annual Ring the Bells for Habitat hand bell concert will be on Palm Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Presbyterian Church. The hand bell concert to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County will involve hand bell choirs from Central Christian Church, Grace United Methodist Church, the Presbyterian Church, West Lafayette United Methodist Church, and the River View Junior High 8th grade. There will be a combined choir number titled, “Hosanna” arranged by Betty Grace under the direction of Leslie Dawson. A free-will offering will be taken for the support of Habitat for Humanity. The Presbyterian Church is located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut in Coshocton.

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Chicken Lunch-To-Go: There will be a chicken lunchto-go April 10. Pick up your lunch at the JFS alley (Pine and 7th) between 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Free delivery for orders of 10 or more. Cost is $7 and includes one half seasoned and baked chicken, cole slaw, baked beans, pop/water, and a cookie. All tickets are presale. Pick up yours at JFS or call 295-7521 to order. Proceeds to benefit the 2014 Children Services Levy. Paid for by the Committee to Renew the Children Services Levy. Co-sponsored by Baker’s Foods.

Methodist Church is located on the corner of 3rd St and Bridge St in the Village of Nellie, four miles west of Warsaw.

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Wear Blue. Back by popular demand, the Coshocton JFS has announced another Wear Blue Day on April 10 to recognize Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention month. Take a picture of your ‘blue’ group and post it to the Coshocton JFS Facebook page by April 12. The ‘bluest’ classroom and workplace will be awarded with a free pizza party for up to 25 people courtesy of Crowtown Pizza and Papa Johns. Their family fun day will be April 20 with a rain date of April 27 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the County Fairgrounds.

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Community Calendar 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.

Classes. Recertification/Challenge classes can be taken on 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.

Sing at Gospel Hill. LaVerne & Edith Tripp with be ministering in song and word at Gospel Hill Ministry on April 13 at 7 p.m. The sing will be indoors. Gospel Hill is located three miles off of S.R. 36 between Warsaw and Coshocton. A love offering will be taken and there will be a food stand prior to the concert. For further information, call 824-3300.

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.

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 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: April 1; and Internet Intro: March 25, and April 8. Pancake Day. Warsaw Lions will have their Pancake Day on Saturday, April 6 from 7 a.m. – Noon at the Warsaw Fire Station. Donation of $5 is asked for those over eight years old, and $3 for those under eight years old. There will also be a bake sale by the Warsaw United Methodist Church. Reunion. Attention all former Keene Hill and Valley 4-H Club members and advisors. If you were ever a member of this club, please plan to attend a reunion to be Saturday, April 6 from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Keene United Methodist Church. Please RSVP by April 3 to 622-6076 or 623-8910.

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Library Events Wednesday, March 20: W.L. Coffee Chat for Adults: Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee Chat program bi-monthly 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. 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. 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 after-hours 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. Due to lack of space, we were unable to publish all of Community Calendar. We will publish the full Community Calendat next week. To view the full version of our Community Calendar, visit our website at www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com.

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Help Wanted: Cooks, Waitresses and Bartenders. Send resume to: Blind Box 1, Coshocton County Beacon, 226 Main Street, Coshocton, OH 43812

ing. References, Insurance grass Timothy and Clover. Absolutely any condition. Claims. 740-294-8159 any- Round and square bales. 740-575-4848 740-502-5610. barnhangers@live.com time Phone 740-824-3621

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HELP WANTED


11 DODGE CARAVAN

www.autosinohio.com

$254/mo*

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07 CHEVY EQUINOX

06 DODGE DAKOTA

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Laredo, Leather Heated Seats

$206/mo*

$206/mo*

05 CHEVY SILVERADO 05 CHEVY SILVERADO

HD, Crew

LT, Sunroof

$137/mo*

$253/mo*

04 FORD RANGER

06 SUBARU LEGACY

XLT, 4x4

Outback, AWD, Sunroof, Leather

Regular Cab

$270/mo*

SL, 4WD

$134/mo*

$160/mo*

$234/mo*

*Requires 10% cash or trade equity down plus taxes and fees, 3.25%-4.75% rate, 60-72 month term upon credit approval

NOW WITH TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER Integrity • Quality • Savings www.autosinohio.com

US RT 36 3 Miles Towards Warsaw 623-8337

MISSION AU O CONNEC ION Sharon & Les

COSHOCTON, OHIO

HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8-5:00 • SATURDAY 10-2

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MARCH 20, 2013 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com CLASSIFIED HOTLINE 622-4ADS

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March 20, 2013 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 5, Number 47

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