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This edition of The Beacon published in honor of Robert (Bob) and Grace Millspaugh “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

millspaugh 2011 coshoctonian The Reverend Robert W. (Bob) Millspaugh was honored to give the invocation but also selected as this year’s recipient of The Coshoctonian Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner, Friday evening, April 15 at the Lake Park Pavilion. Here, Millspaugh is pictured with his wife, Grace at the podium following the announcement. BeACon PHoTo By MARk FoRTune

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by beth scott Customer Index a chicken dinner on the go St. John’s United Church of Christ will be adding a couple more chicken dinner drive-thrus this

a unique twist to home-cooked chicken dinners. year. They will be serving from 4 – 6 p.m. in the On Friday, May 6, they will be having a chicken church parking lot. Just pull up, hand them your dinner drive-thru night where people can drive ticket, grab dinner, and go. The goal is to have in, pick up their chicken dinners and go. customers in and out in under a minute and to be The chicken dinners will include half of a faster than fast food. baked chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, a roll and butter, and a choice of water or soda to drink. Tickets are on sale and can be purchased by calling the church at 622-2781. They are $6 each and part of the proceeds will go to the Central The Conesville Alumni Association (CAA) will have their Annual Alumni Banquet on June 4 at Christian Church’s Relay Team. If this goes well, the church hopes to have 6 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center located on Airport Road. Details of the banquet are posted on their Web site at alumni and anyone that has attended Conesville School of any grade or time is welcome to attend. Guests are welcome. The new Web site is to provide information Carla McVay to associate members and attendees throughout the year. The Web site and e-mails will provide July 31, 1965 them with the means of providing and obtaining - April 16, 2010 contact information, and with permission, the information will be used to obtain and provide e-mail addresses to other alumni and friends. Love Dick, The CAA has over 200 names and addresses, Deidre, but only a few e-mail addresses. They use e-mail addresses to keep alumni updated on upcoming Mom & Dad events and news of members. E-mails can be and Families registered by going to their Web site.

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Naomi (SIS) and Howard (HOWDY) Rine of Coshocton will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary April 20th. A celebration hosted by their children will be held on April 22nd at the Coshocton Moose Lodge #935 beginning at 6pm. Open to all their friends. They have 3 children, Greg of Coshocton, Randy (Janet) of Coshocton, Steve (Cindy) of Port St. Lucie, Florida. 3 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren. Photo was taken at the 2007 “Hobo Olympics” where they were competitors. 0030_042011

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On Tuesday, April 12, the Grace United Methodist Women donated $3,000 to the Hope Clinic of Coshocton County. Maureen Karl, president of the Hope Clinic, and Rick Merrell, vice president, accepted the donation. Should you leave your retirement The Hope Clinic is plan assets behind? currently located at the Career Call me today to have a free Center but they hope to move consultation to look at your options to a new location on South 6th Street within the next few Joshua G. Fisher, CRPC® weeks. As of March 31 of this year, they have 231 volunteers Financial Advisor 250 2nd St. N.W. and have served 1,280 patients. New Philadelphia, OH 44663 Of those 1,280 patients, 330-339-6669 425 have sought ministry in 800-203-4934 their prayer room, 844 have submitted prayer requests, and at least two have accepted donation The Grace united Methodist Women donated $3,000 to the the Lord. Since their opening Hope Clinic on Tuesday, April 12. Pictured here is Rick Merrell, Vice Presiin September 2009, the clinic dent of the Hope Clinic; Maureen karl, President of the Hope Clinic; and has given $167,855 back to the Sue Havelka, President of Grace united Methodist Women. BeACon community. PHoTo By BeTH SCoTT Investment and Insurance Products: NOT FDIC Insured NO Bank Guarantee MAY Lose Value “Our goal is to save a soul Wells Fargo Advisors is the trade name used by two separate registered broker-dealers: Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, or two through the ministry of and Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC, Members SIPC, non-bank affiliates of Wells Fargo & Company. ©2009 Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC. All Rights Reserved. 0409-3012 [75180-v1]A1441 Jesus Christ,” said Merrell. The two main cases volunteers see at the Hope Clinic are diabetic and hypertension Have you or a family member been hospitalized within the last year? patients. However, they are able to perform pregnancy tests, although they are not a women’s We at interim Healthcare, know how care facility, EKGs, and tests for A1C levels and important this decision Is, and want you to know when it comes to home care, the blood sugar. The clinic is strictly for patients These are some questions that you choice is yours. For nearly 40 years, Interim who do not have health insurance and each HealthCare has been a leader in home Was it for a scheduled surgery or an should ask. patient must sign a form stating they receive no emergency that resulted in admission care, providing patients with trusted exmedical health insurance before being treated. perienced professionals. Why choose to the hospital? If it was a scheduled • How many years has the home health agency been in business? Interim HealthCare? Our commitment One change Merrell mentioned is that surgery, did the patient or you decide to integrity and quality care means a patients are beginning to wane because of rising on a facility to continue rehabilitation • What types of services do they higher level of service. We insure our or was it a discharge home? It is a hard provide? (i.e. physical, gas prices. He explained that these people can’t decision to know the best place for reemployees for general and professional occupational and speech liability. We are locally owned, operafford a $4 prescription, let alone a full tank of habilitation for you or your loved one. If therapy, wound care, ated, and part of your community. Our you have chosen a facility you probably gas. social workers, home local office is part of a national company contacted them to ask questions and “The number one thing you can do for us even take a tour. Now how many of you health aides and nursing.) that invests in better ways of caring for is pray for the Hope Clinic,” said Merrell, “We have taken the same care in choosing a • Are they locally owned and people so your benefit from the most current innovations in home care. Our need prayer every day because it is a clinic full home health care provider? operated or part of a large nursing staff has an average of 22 years nationwide corporation? of hope.” Have you thought about pre-planning experience. We offer nursing; physiAlthough the Hope Clinic cannot accept for skilled health agency that demon- • What are patient outcomes cal, occupational, and speech therapy, based on Medicare’s evaluation wound care social workers and diabetic used medications, they can accept crutches, strates the same quality of care that you of care? education. Our specialized disease mannebulizers, and testing kits if they have not would expect from a skilled nursing facility? You may look to a past experience For this information visit agement programs include (heart failexpired. with an agency or you may have a direct ure, diabetes, and COPD), in addition to “We graciously thank you for what you have referral from a friend or another family homehealthcompare home health telemonitoring. Our staff member. First of all, did you even know done for the clinic,” Merrell said. is appropriately trained and has recent • What are the agency’s it is your choice? Federal law guarexperience so you have peace of mind. “The patients thank you, too,” said Karl, that readmission rates to the antees your right to choose the home Our services are available 24 hours a “And we can’t thank you enough.” hospital? care provider. It’s important to know day 7 days a week making care and help There will be a plaque in the Hope Clinic that you do have a say in a decision • Does the agency have special available when you need it. in honor of the donation made by the Grace that could determine the quality of care disease management programs? For more information on how Interim or your loved ones receive. This is (i.e. COPD, Heart Failure and United Methodist Women. The plaque will say, you Healthcare can help you or a loved one an important decision and it merits the Diabetes) “Donated by Grace United Methodist Women in time and energy it takes to make the best call 740-623-2949 • Do they accept your insurance? choice available. memory of Edith Schooler”. This article was submitted classified hotline 622-4ads

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we deserve the accolades By now you may as we move forward. have heard that The The tragedy that has Coshocton County befallen a San Francisco Beacon was named Giants fan at the Los the Small Business of Angeles Dodgers the Year at Friday’s season opener is another annual Chamber of indicator that our sports Commerce dinner. It is crazed society needs an both humbling and an adjustment. This 42 year honor to receive this old father of two is now recognition after only in a medically induced three years in business. mark fortune coma due to being hit on There are so many businesses in our community that the back of the head by some unruly are deserving of this award. Frankly, Dodgers fans at the season opener. any small business that survived Bryan Stow is a true Giants fan and the economic recession deserves this tragedy deserves more media recognition for their persistence and attention than it is getting. And the overcoming the trials and tribulations Dodgers management and the “city of small business ownership. There of angels” as it is called – needs to are numerous businesses that have take a refresher on their moniker. Of expanded, opened, contributed, course, blaming an entire city for the relocated and done much for our actions of a few does not make sense community that are all so deserving – but isn’t that what we tend to do in of such recognition. Please support our modern society? According to various web sites, them with your dollars. That helps Stow was beaten by L.A. gangster our community in so many ways. This is not to say that we take “thugs” in a senseless and cowardly the recognition lightly. Indeed, the attack. All for wearing his Giants support from the community and our jersey. Part of me wonders if anyone many friends has made this possible else was around when this happened – and to not mention our advertisers – and if so – did they just stand around the ones that really keep The Beacon gawking or did they try to prevent the going – would be a huge oversight. attack? I have not researched this close These businesses deserve recognition enough to know this information and for believing in us, for believing in would encourage you to investigate our community when others bolted further. Let us also remember as we for greener pastures. In many ways, this award recognizes the people that celebrate Easter this Sunday that it read and support The Beacon with was a little over 2,000 years ago that notes, emails, cards and prayers. a citizen of Nazareth was beaten, This venture was never guaranteed taunted, sentenced to death, crucified – and most importantly – still has no and resurrected. Most of these events guarantee of long-term success. All occurred while a crowd of onlookers we can do is keep striving to provide watched. We like to tell ourselves the positive local news content that we have made a lot of progress that people enjoy reading in our in the 2,011 years hence. I wonder. community. That will let us know that

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an interview with bill keim

Q: How many economic downturns have you seen? A: Back in the late 80s, there were two years in a row that were really tough. There have been others. There have been the current one and the one in the late 80s, maybe one or two others. But the one in the late 80s sticks in my mind. It was really tough, for those two years. There was one in the early 80s and another in the late 80s. Maybe they were both about the same but the late 80s was tougher for us because we had more employees to pay. Q: What do you see for the future? A: Well I think it’s going to be better again this year. We are on an upswing past the bad stuff of the last couple of years. At least I think we

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Beacon Bicentennial Bits #45 Electricity On March 19, 1938, electricity flowed into the rural homes of Coshocton County after four counties had worked two years and a day to get it there. Sixty-two pioneer farmers from the four counties, Coshocton, Tuscarawas, Muskingum and Guernsey, created the Muskingum Valley Farm Bureau Electric Cooperative Association and after loans were applied for, the county’s dreams finally came to fruition.

Q: Are you going to start taking two days off a week? A: Don’t know when but maybe sometime.


Q: Do you see more products come and go now than you use to? A: Yea, long time ago the product that was there was always there. But now a lot of new ones come and stay, but there’s some come that don’t make it. If they can’t compete or they don’t have the right merchandizing or good quality, people stop buying them and they die. That’s a good thing, because if it’s junk, it will go away.

Q: Looking beyond the immediate. What do you feel the future is for Keim Lumber? Another 100 years? A: Yeh! I think we’re here to stay. We have a good team in place and we’re trying to teach everybody. And Robbie is learning and picking up real well and taking a hold. I feel we’ve got a real good team and we’re here for the long term. I was just talking to a rep. who told about a dealer who is in his 80s and has no one to take over and once he quits he will probably just shut it down. I’m trying to make sure that everything goes on. So if all of a sudden I have a heart attack tomorrow, it will just go on like it was. Basically. And it will! Years ago, it wasn’t that way because I knew everything and we wouldn’t have had enough people but now we do. So I’d say we (Keim Lumber) will be here for a long time. Back then, everything hinged on me and if I had a tummy ache and had to stay at home everybody would say what do I do today. Now “Oh, Bill’s not here today, ok”. And that’s what needs to be.


Q: Do you think you’ve learned it all. A: No! And that’s the other part that’s interesting. No matter how old you are you can still always learn something. So I’m still learning stuff, and that’s what keeps it interesting. If you know it all or think you did, then you’d be dull and bored, I think. But if you can learn stuff everyday…(it makes life more interesting) A lot of times, I don’t know that much on my own but I know who to ask. And we’ve got a lot of experts around here on different items, that I know who to ask. If I don’t know something, I go to John A. with a lock question. I go to Carol Troyer if it’s paint, or someone in that department. But I know who to ask, that’s important, because there’s no way one person can know everything. I use to know much more of everything when I was much younger, like when I was in my 30s or 40s. We had less people and I needed to know more. But now, I rely more on other people, much more. Or the guys that currently talk to the salesmen more than I do, those are

Q: Going back to those years when you knew “everything”, how much more is there to know now. A: Oh my! Back in the 50s, 60s, 70s there were always some new products, but not nearly like there is in the last few years. With all of the plastics and the artificial stuff, and the breakthroughs in some stuff is endless. They’ve come up with all the engineered stuff and they can do colors, and they can do all of the sizes of lumber. Then they add colors, and they add more colors and then they add profiles. Its many more new products and you can barely keep up with it. Then some are good and some don’t make it and they get discontinued. But that is also what keeps it interesting.

are. It looks pretty good for this year. I think it’s going to be a decent year. I don’t think housing will be like it was, for a long, long time. Maybe it will never be like it was completely, which is probably good because there was too much spec housing being done and that kind of stuff. Of course that was too much “gambling”. I’m very optimistic about how business is. This year is shaping up, it looks good.

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Q: As you look back over the years, what sticks out the most. A: When I was a kid like that, I use to go past the lumber shed down there, the old plywood shed that’s still there, we had all our lumber in there. We didn’t have as much, but we had all the sizes in there like 2x4-2x12. We had the pine boards and the redwood. I used to think, how can I ever, when I grow up, learn all the different kinds of wood and what they are. I thought I can never learn all that stuff. I always remembered that since, because as you handle lumber, it’s just like a kid grows up on the farm and milks the cow, there’s nothing to it. Its every day, or you know what’s mashed potatoes and what’s red beans. But at that time it bothered me, I was overwhelmed. I always remembered that one.

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dr. mary edward walker, civil war surgeon, visits central elementary


by beth scott

The first female Civil War surgeon and the only woman to win the Congressional Medal of Honor came to the Central Elementary School to talk to the 3rd and 4th grade students about her life. Dr. Mary Edward Walker, portrayed by Debra Conner, was a female surgeon in the Civil War and was eventually recognized for her service with the Congressional Medal of Honor. Conner is a part of the Ohio Chataqua, which will be in Coshocton at the Fairgrounds July 19 – 23. The traveling group visits only





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five communities a year, spending five days in each location. Conner will be presenting her portrayal of Dr. Mary Edward Walker and her fellow actors and actress will also be portraying various Civil War heroes including Harriet Tubman, Underground Railroad conductor and Union spy; Major Martin Delany, a physician, journalist and high-ranking African American commissioned officer in the Civil War; Mary Chesnut, the wife of a politician who kept detailed diaries throughout the war; and Abe Lincoln, the president who fought to preserve the Union. Dr. Mary Edward Walker was born in 1842 and graduated from medical school in 1855, the second woman to do so. She had to study separately from the men because the men were embarrassed to associate with a woman doctor at the time. During her life, she was arrested for wearing trousers and in 1864, she was captured by the enemy and placed in prison in Richmond, VA. When she was released, she weighed 69 pounds and never practiced as a physician again. Although male surgeons received $100 a month for their service, Dr. Walker did not receive a pension because she was a woman. However, after her release from prison, the government finally recognized her efforts and awarded her the Congressional Medal of Honor. Debra Conner demonstrated many aspects of the Civil War for the students by using very eager volunteers from her student audience. She described how a ‘proper lady’ was supposed to dress, the hardships soldiers had to endure during the war, and how an injured soldier received treatment after a bullet wound, which, to the students’ surprise, usually meant death or amputation of a limb. “It’s a great way for me personally to learn and a great way to teach,” said Conner, “It’s the learning and teaching and the interaction that makes it so much fun.” Conner joined Ohio Chataqua in 1998 and portrays six characters, although Dr. Mary

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Debra Conner portrayed Dr. Mary Edward Walker, the first female Civil War surgeon and the only woman to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, at Central elementary on Friday, April 15 to the 3rd and 4th grade students. Here, she shows student Jenna Ranalli how to dress like a ‘proper lady’ during the Civil War. She explained that Dr. Walker was arrested many times for wearing trousers. BeACon PHoTo By BeTH SCoTT

Edward Walker is the only character she portrays who was a part of the Civil War. The Ohio Chataqua will be in Coshocton at the Fairgrounds on July 19 – 23. Live music featuring Civil War tunes will begin at 6:30 p.m. and performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. Keep reading The Beacon for more details on this event.

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first place registered hunting beagle

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The flurry of activity that started with a yelp on Friday barely emitted a low growl on Sunday as

both owners and their prized and beloved beagles wrapped up an exhausting weekend with field trials and the awarding of trophies on Sunday afternoon at the fairgrounds in Coshocton. With those in attendance from Ohio, West Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Pennsylvania and other states, beagles, owners and handlers made the trek to Coshocton for the annual United Kennel Club Beagle Nationals hosted by the Coshocton Kennel Club. Coy Stacy, from a town deep in West Virginia, was installed into the UKC Hall of Fame during the weekend. He said, “I feel great, it’s a great honor.” Stacy has been involved for over 50 years in the sport, starting with his father. During those years he has worked with coon dogs, squirrel dogs, rabbit dogs, and groundhog dogs. “I grew up hunting. I enjoy meeting the people; I meet a lot of good people, and good friends. We talk about the dogs, what they can do, what they can’t do, what we’ve seen, what we’ve not seen.” Stacy has placed second in the world in Michigan and has received other high world rankings. He said of Coshocton, “A great town, and great people. And you’ve got tons of rabbits.” Tom Ingram, from Williamstown, West

Virginia, who placed first in the Hunting Beagle Champion class, said, “It feels really good. I’ve put a lot of time and effort in. I’ve been close, hard work pays off I guess. I enjoy the competition and good sportsmanship. It’s been a real good weekend; everyone’s had a good time. The competiveness, I love it.” Brian Meade of Warsaw, who placed first in the National Grand Hunting Beagle Champion with Meade’s Outback Hard Pumpin’ Winner, said he enjoys, “I just enjoy being outside listening to the dogs. I’ve had dogs since I was a little boy. I’m real happy, tickled to death.” Meade has been participating in the sport for ten years and is looking forward to pups next year from his champion beagle.






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Jack Skelley and his fiancée Jennie Wade came to visit the Central Christian Church in Coshocton as part of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Jack Skelley, portrayed by Ken Hammontree, was a corporal in the Civil War, 87 Pennsylvanian Company F. He was supposedly secretly engaged to Mary Virginia “Jennie” Wade, the only civilian to die during the Battle of Gettysburg. Jack was killed in the Battle of Winchester as he tried to escape captivity. Jennie was killed while caring for the soldiers during the Battle of Gettysburg. Both died without either one knowing of the other one’s death. Jack died on July 10, 1863 and Jennie died on July 3, 1863. Both died before reaching the age of 21. President Abraham Lincoln was so moved by Jennie’s death that he gave her sister $27 a month as compensation and allowed her to sit with him during his famous Gettysburg Address, which was quite the scandal in 1863. The press had a field day and said, not only did President Lincoln give the worst speech of his life, but he also let a woman sit with him on the platform! When Hammontree was 10 years old, he visited Jennie Wade’s house in Gettysburg, the place where she was killed, and fell in love with Jennie. He told his mother that he would one day write a book about her, and he did. After 10 years

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ridgewood elementary community preparing for america inby bloom mark fortune Area garden center owners and operators; Mindy hosts all pro dad’s Shrimplin of Cantwell Creek Garden Center, Debbie Gaumer and Kristy Leindecker of The by beth scott breakfast Garden Patch were joined by Connie Miller, Landscape Manager at Roscoe Village, Kerry Rapp of Clary Gardens and Tammi Rogers of the OSU Extension Service, who provided guests with an abundance of information on topics such as; selecting the right plants for your soil, soil preparation, mulching, composting, bed and container maintenance and more at last week’s “Lunch ‘n Learn”, held at Roberta’s Catering Center in Coshocton. Bill Freund, representing the local America in Bloom committee, talked about the importance of working together and preparing for the judges visit in mid-July, “What’s happening all across the community is this kind of cooperation, focusing on this common goal. It’s really exciting to see. Our goal is to make the community a lot more attractive in every way, to focus on all kinds of Filter Sand & Gravel for Septic Systems A.D.S. Plastic Culvert & Drainage Pipe Supplier


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things, though there are those eight special things we’re focusing on. We’re getting ready for the judges visit in the middle of July. We’ll have a “bloom” rating as they call it. We’ll be given a score, and we’ll find out how we stand. I will be honest, I want to win, but it may not be the first year, we may have to keep going at it to do really well.” For more information about how you can get involved in America in Bloom, call 740-622-6524 or visit the website at You can make a donation that helps support America in Bloom in Coshocton by making a check payable to Clary Gardens ABC and sending it to 588 Chestnut Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812.

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The Fatherhood Initiative, the Coshocton Kiwanis Club and Family First Council sponsored the All Pro Dad’s Breakfast at Ridgewood Elementary on Friday, April 15 from 7 – 8 a.m. Over 150 students registered to bring their fathers in for breakfast, which included pancakes, sausage and an orange drink donated by McDonalds. There were also door prizes donated by local vendors. William Johnson is the chairman of Fatherhood Initiative and he stressed the fact that no matter what the situation is, men need to be fathers to their children 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Fatherhood Initiative has a 24/7 Dad program. It is a national program and helps dads understand that necessity. The program features a 12-week workshop and each week centers around a theme such as responsibility, nurturing, commitment, discipline and rewards. Even though dads may not live at home, they still should understand their children need a positive father figure. “It’s fun. It’s something we hardly ever get to do, just the two of us,” said Lincoln Humphrey who was with his daughter, Karissa, at the breakfast, “It’s always the whole family, so it’s fun to finally get to do something with just the two of us. It’s special for her. She’s been talking about this all week long.” There will be an All Pro Dad’s Breakfast at Warsaw Elementary on May 20.

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Josiah. Marcincavage is on the board for the Mentoring Center of Coshocton as well as First Step Family Violence and Intervention Services. Other community activities include Kiwanis of Coshocton County, Newcomerstown Relay For Life, Newcomerstown PTO, Newcomerstown Athletic Boosters, SOCCA, Coshocton BPW, Newcomerstown Chamber of Commerce and Side By Side Program. Linda Wiegand has been working in insurance sales for the last eleven years, first in Ashland, Ohio and the last four years in Pataskala, Ohio in her own independent yc winner BPW/oH yC Chair Megan Weisheipl presents yC Winner insurance agency. Wiegand Jessi Marcincavage with her award. PHoTo SuBMITTeD To THe won top sales awards from BeACon State Farm in 2004 and was named to the top ten-producer Six Coshocton Business and Professional list for German Mutual Women (BPW) attended the Spring Leadership Insurance twice this last year. Wiegand has Meeting and BPW/OH Signature Individual been a member of the Ashland Welcome Development (ID) and Young Careerist (YC) Wagon since 1986 serving as the representative Competitions on Saturday April 9 at the Vern from 1988 to 1999. She most recently served as Riffe Center for Government and the Arts in president from 2004 - 2006. Wiegand has been Columbus. a member of the Ohio Federation of Business Jessi Marcincavage, Coshocton BPW and Professional Women since 2005, first in representing Region 4 was named 2011 YC Ashland, Ohio and presently in Licking County winner; and Linda Wiegand, Licking County as vice president, and she is the 2010-2011 BPW was named 2011 ID Runner-Up. Region 4 Recording Secretary. She is also the The Virginia Allan Young Careerist (YC) 2011 Conference Chair for the State Federation. program recognizes the accomplishments of Wiegand is currently Co-Chair of the Licking young, upcoming leaders and provides them County Community Capitalism Internship with professional development skills and Committee and a member of the Fellowship opportunities. Candidates were judged in the Ministry Team at Tri-Village Christian Church following areas: written and biographical in Pataskala, Ohio. Wiegand is also a member information, judges’ interview, their ability of both the Licking County Chamber and the to help others achieve, an essay and a four- Pataskala Chambers of Commerce and a recent minute prepared speech. YC Judges were Ellen graduate of Licking County Leadership Class Seif, Lillian Zarzar and BPW member Leona of 2010. She also serves on the Licking County Phillips. Memorial Hospital Development Council. She Marcincavage is employed as a news has been married to Ken for 36 years and has reporter for WTNS Radio. She has been a local news reporter for almost four years and she has a Video and Radio Production Degree COMIN New G SOON! from the Ohio University in Zanesville. She is Merch Bedford an co-owner of J & O Sportswear dba Bowman May 1 t Days 6-21 Sportswear. She is a graduate of the Inaugural Class of Leadership – Tuscarawas County. She is a single mother of a nine-year-old boy named



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The Coshocton Footlight Players were just in their second season performing “Three Men on a Horse” when they received a letter from actor Gregory Peck. The letter said, “Congratulations to you on this fine civic endeavor, and my best wishes for your continued success. Sincerely Yours, Gregory Peck”. The letter went on to describe Peck’s own experience with La Jolta Playhouse he was involved with in California. He also encouraged the Players to continue to contribute to the culture of their community and to remember that every little theatre goes through hard times. Peck stared in films such as Moby Dick, 1998; MacArthur, 1977; and The Keys of the Kingdom, 1944.

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April 26th, 1961 Everywhere in Coshocton County, more and more men were growing facial hair. Why? To celebrate Coshocton County’s Sesquicentennial that was to be observed in August. These Brothers of the Brush played important roles in the Sesqui pageant. Prizes were awarded to the men with the best beard, goatee, mustache, and long sideburns. The men who showed up to the Sesqui events unadorned with facial foliage were ‘punished’. A ‘stockade’ was set up at the Court square to imprison those without a good excuse for no facial hair. Peach fuzz would not be acceptable! A ‘fee’ was given to ‘prisoners’ without facial hair and those who had a good reason were given a card listing their reasons.

Al Hardesty, formerly of Fresno, has been surrounded by music his whole life. His Uncle Clifford was once the Ohio Fiddling Champion and his entire family has been involved with music in some way or another. Al is very passionate about music and when he walked into a rehearsal of the Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop, he said 1971 he instantly made 30 new friends. April 25th, 1971 The Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Stock car racing was gearing up for the season with Chorus will be having their 36th annual show on many improvements. The track was under new Saturday, April 30 at 3 p.m. at the new Performing ownership and they had worked very hard over the Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas in New fall and winter to make new improvements to the speedway. A new set of track rules had been set in Philadelphia. The show will also feature Cadillac place to better protect both the racers and the fans. Jack, Hybrid, a college barbershop quartet group, and a quartet from Hiland High School. Improvements included more bleachers, lighting, Also featured will be the VLQ (Very Large enlarging the pit area, and also improvements to Quartet), a small contingent of the Schoenbrunn the track itself. Safety improvements included a guard rail in front of the bleachers, a fence in the Valley Barbershop Chorus. The theme this year pit area for the drivers’ safety, and more parking is “Our American Heritage” and they will honor in the pits. The racing season opened that day with veterans during the show and sing their patriotic the race beginning at 3 p.m. numbers. The Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop 1981 Chorus travels to different county schools and April 21st, 1981 perform a 40-minute show, sharing their gift of It’s fun to be physically fit. Three Coshocton High music and integrating a new music style into School art students decided to show their peers that the young lives. They also sing at churches, physical fitness is fun in their own creative way. for banquets, and even the National Anthem at The boys decided to paint a mural in the east wall a few basketball games. They have even won a of the high school gymnasium depicting various barbershop competition in Charleston in 1997. physical activities such as lifting weights, playing The Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus volleyball, jogging and swimming. At the top of the mural, the boys painted, “It’s fun to be fit for also sings during the summer months at Tuscora life”. All of the activities on the mural were offered Park in New Philadelphia at 7 p.m. through the physical education department at the Hardesty remembers when he first heard the school. perfect harmonies of a barbershop chorus. He recalls it was before World War II when he heard a performance somewhere outside of Fresno. He All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton said he only remembers one song from that show Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

when the boys were singing, “I’m a Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch” and were throwing green onions into the audience. From that point on, he was hooked and enjoys singing with the Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus, not only because of the music, but because of the friendships he has made with his fellow singers. Hardesty said that singers don’t have to be able to read music to join a barbershop chorus. As long as they love to sing, they’ll fit right in. Back in the early 1960s, there was a barbershop group in Coshocton and Hardesty was one of the charter members. Sadly, the group faded with time. Ticket prices are $12.50 for adults, $11 for seniors 60 and over, $6 for students, and free for children under 6. Group sales in advance are $10 for ten or more people. Tickets are available by calling (330) 308-6400 or at the door. Advance tickets must be paid for prior to the day of the event. There will also be an “Afterglow” reception at the Student Union where there will be an encore presentation for $10, which also includes a meal. The Performing Arts Center is located at 330 University Dr. NE in New Philadelphia, Ohio. For more information on the Arts Center, visit their Web site at For information on the Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus, visit their Web site at www.

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Robin Coffman naming the recipient of the Hasseman, President of City Council and Over the years we’ve known a lot of people. Coshoctonian Award. Daffodils from the garden Hasseman Marketing & Communications, Inc. There’s just that intimacy here. Thanks to the of Bill and Carol Freund graced the tables. Hasseman said of the honor, “As I said earlier, community and particularly to the committee Following a delicious gourmet buffet meal when I heard of the award, I just thought of so for giving me this honor and I’ll try to live up to prepared by the Coshocton Hospital dietary team, many people that I thought would be great to it.” Executive Director of the Coshocton County get this. 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of the contest. Final judging will take place August 13, 2011 at 4:00 pm at the Civil War Re-enactment event at the airport. A special group of deputized “Keystone Kops” will vigilantly seek out and issue citations to any insolent or non complaint males. Provision is made for both the unfortunate souls incapable of facial growth or these uncooperative cads who do not wish to be a “Brush Brother” brothers of the brush To help celebrate Coshocton’s Bicentennial, a joint can pay a fine or buy proclamation of the County Commissioners and the city of Coshocton announcing a permit to be clean an official “Brothers of the Brush” contest was read at the Monday morning Com- shaven. Those who missioners meeting on April 18. Pictured l - r: Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer, desire to be clean Commissioner D. Curtis Lee, Brothers of the Brush representative Malcolm Shaw, shaven may purchase Commissioner Dane Shryock and Commissioner Gary Fischer. BeACon PHoTo a “Shaving Permit” By MARk FoRTune valid for the duration of the celebration. The “Shaving Permit” will Wishing to acknowledge the struggles, sacrifices and styles of our forefathers, and in celebration allow the beardless gentlemen to be spared the of Coshocton County’s Bicentennial, the taunts of their shaggy neighbors and to avoid the city of Coshocton and the Coshocton County fine imposed by the “Kangaroo Court.” According to Malcom Shaw, who is Commissioners declared “Ye Old Proclamation” as the first order of business at the Commissioners organizing the contest, said, “Brothers of the Monday morning meeting on Apr. 18. Proceeds Brush was started back in 1957. It’s a beard from the contest will go to the Coshocton Food growing contest and they make it mandatory for gentlemen to grow a beard and they have a Pantry. The enforcement of this proclamation shall group known as the “Keystone Kops” who will commence on May 6, which coincides with the take you before the Kangaroo Court and you are First Friday Celebration observed in the Towne either put in the stockade or can pay a fine to Centre District of Coshocton. The growth can get out. Or, you can buy a shaving permit if you be full beard (ear to ear), goatee, chin-whiskers, don’t like to grow facial hair or maybe your job Van dyke, mutton chops, moustache, side burns doesn’t allow it – you can buy a shaving permit or any other acceptable facial hairy growth of for $5.00. You will receive a token – an official such length and full luxuriance as to be readily token – that has Brothers of the Brush and the Coshocton Bicentennial on it. You have to carry seen at a distance of eight paces. Awards will be granted in various categories that with you and that exempts you from any

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The annual Volunteer Luncheon was on Monday April 11 at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital to honor all volunteers for their many hours of service. There were volunteers in attendance from all four volunteer groups: Pink Ladies, Heart of Gold, Teens, and Team. A wonderful lunch was provided by the Hospital’s Dietary Department. Mr. Bob Miller, CEO, thanked the volunteers for their dedication to the hospital. Mr. Jim Brown, President of the Board of Trustees, expressed his thanks to the volunteers for their many donated hours. Dr. Clayton Gibson, chief of staff, gave his heartfelt thoughts on what it means to be a volunteer and also to have such great volunteers at CCMH. Chaplain Lloyd Tenney gave the invocation and benediction.

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5 - 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 27: Poetry Slam (Teens); Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - 12 are invited to celebrate National Poetry Month by participating in a Poetry Slam. Two categories: Original Work original poetry that has been written by the teen that has entered it; Recited Work - This category is for a teen who is reading someone else’s poem. All content should be library appropriate. Registration required. Call 622-0956 to sign-up. 6 - 7 p.m. Book of the Week Adult Fiction The Amish Midwife by: Mindy Starns Clark Adult Non-Fiction How We Age: A Doctor’s Journey into the Heart of Growing Old by: Marc E. Agronin Teen Book Two Girls of Gettysburg by: Lisa M. Klein Children’s Book Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters by: Barack Obama

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machine, and a fabric drawing. At the 7th annual Quilt Day in Columbus, Ruth’s name was drawn and she received the grand prize of a new Baby Lock sewing machine. The James Stitching Sister Club was started by Joann Lester of Columbus as a way to bring comfort and therapy to breast cancer patients receiving treatment at the James. Carol McNeely of Coshocton was battling cancer when Joann approached her at the James and gave her, as well as other breast cancer patients, a block to quilt. Once the blocks were the grand prize L-r: Ruth opphile and Carol Mcneely pose with completed, Joann created a Ruth’s new sewing machine she won at the 7th annual Quilt Day in Colum- quilt from those blocks and bus. Ruth was not able to attend the Quilt Day, but Carol had the pleasure hung it in the waiting room. Last year, over 300 of delivering the grand prize to Ruth when she returned home. The Baby Lock sewing machine is valued at over $1,000. BeACon PHoTo By quilts were made for cancer BeTH SCoTT patients at the James from quilters all over the state. At Ruth Opphile of West Lafayette is a member of the annual Quilt Day, almost everyone walked the Quilting Bees Quilt Club in Newcomerstown away with a prize, everything from scissors, and has donated quilts to the James Stitching fabrics, patterns, and quilt kits and packets Sisters Club in Columbus. Each time someone donated by Columbus area quilt shops. makes a donation, their names are entered into “It’s relaxing,” said Carol, “When I’m two drawings, one for the grand prize, a sewing quilting by myself in the basement, it’s relaxing.


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The Coshocton Rotary Club has announced the selection of Abigail Frank and Alex Roman for attendance at this year’s World Affairs Seminar at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The seminar is a unique week-long interactive educational program for high school students from around the world. Since the program’s start in 1972, more than 27,000 world leaders have participated. Past topics have included nuclear arms control, global health, water, and world economics. This year’s topic is sustainable development. Miss Frank is a junior at CHS where she has participated in Student Council, Key Club, National Honor Society, Art Club, Ski Club, Chamber Singers, and the tennis team. In the community she is involved in Coshocton Youth Chorale, Celebration Singers, and Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio. She is a member of Sacred Heart Church where she is an altar server and a member of the youth group. Abigail studies piano and is a volunteer tutor at Lincoln Elementary. Alex Roman is also a junior at CHS. He participates on the golf, tennis, dictionaries Representatives from the Rotary Club presented dictionaries to the 3rd grade class at Sacred Heart. Pictured from l-r: Grace Gottwalt, Lacey Rich- and swim teams. He is a member of Spanish Club, Key Club, and National creek, Hattie Murphy, Zoe Stafford, Roxanne Potter and Heather Guess. PHoTo Honor Society. Alex is a People to People Ambassador and a National ConTRIBuTeD To THe BeACon Congressional Youth Leadership Alumni and has competed at the National Piano Guild for ten – SINCE – years. Coshocton Rotary Club is very pleased Providing Quality, Affordable Vehicles, to be sponsoring these two young people at this and Satisfaction After the Sale prestigious event.






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students compete in district science fair River View Junior High School students competed at the District 13 Science Day in March. Receiving excellent ratings were 7th grader Abigail Ambrose, 8th graders Karissa Border, Kassidy Brillhart, Darby Croft and Jakob Eick. Receiving a superior rating were Elizabeth and Rachel Lozowski for their team project, “The Purification of Water with Light”. The Lozowskis will move on to the State Science Day on May 7th at The Ohio State University.



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ing will be in the Administrative Office. Baseball Game. There will be a Ridgewood Alumni baseball game and banquet on April 30. The banquet is to honor members of the past regional teams. The cost is $50 per person and includes playing in the game, a t-shirt, and dinner at the banquet. Additional dinners can be purchased for $20 per person. The dinner will be at the Coshocton Elks with a social hour starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be a 50/50 drawing and raffles. To sign up or make a reservation, contact Bryan Raach at (740) 294-9268. Fish Fry. The Conesville Volunteer Fire Department will be April 30 from 4 – 7 p.m. The menu will include fish or ham, baked beans, potato salad, pie, and coffee. The cost for adults is $7 and the cost for children is $3. All carry-out is $7. Rent A Wrestler. Area residents can rent a wrestler of Ridgewood High School for a maximum of two hours to do odd jobs around the house such as clean up, loading, hauling, yard work, painting, organizing, etc. Please pay a minimum of $10 per hour. They will also haul away junk including appliances, lawn chairs, batteries, mowers, motors, bed springs, copper, and even old cars. Rent a Wrestler Day is a fundraiser of the Ridgewood Wrestling Boosters in collaboration with Larry Sturtz Cleaning and Hauling. Certain activities are restricted such as operating heavy machinery and all work must be done on site. Wrestlers cannot be transported to another location by a resident. Wrestlers will work in pairs. The day of the event is April 30 starting at 8 a.m. Call Dianne at 502-5288 to schedule a wrestler. Connect Your Community. The next round of computer/Internet classes taught by Connect Your Community have been scheduled. To reserve a spot, call Connect Your Community at 575-4487. Registration is required. At 509 Main Street, Coshocton: 9:30 a.m. - Noon (Course #125): April 20, 21 (MondayThursday), April 25, 26, 27, 28 (Monday-Thursday); 9:30 a.m. - Noon (Course #129): May 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17 (Monday-Thursday); 1 - 3:30 p.m. (Course # 130): May 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17 (Monday-Thursday); 1 - 3:30 p.m. (Course #126): April 20, 21 (Monday-Thursday), April 25, 26, 27, 28 (Monday-Thursday); 5:30 – 8 p.m. (Course #128): April 26, 28, May 3, 5, May 10, 12, May 17, 19, May 24, 26 (Tuesday & Thursday); Union Elementary School: 5:30 – 8 p.m. (Course # 303): April 26, 28, May 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26 (Tuesday & Thursday) Call 740575-4487 to schedule in Coshocton; for classes in the Zanesville area call 740-624-8226. Balloon Festival vendors. Applications are being accepted for gift and craft vendors interested in participating in the 2011 Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival. This year’s festival, sponsored by Frontier Power, will be June 10, 11, and 12 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Craft and gift vendor spaces are available for $50 (10’x10’) and $80 (20’x10’). For more information, or to download an application, visit and click on the Balloon Festival link or call Patty Wherley at 740-824-3378.


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It’s Tool Time. To take us back to earlier days, as part of the Coshocton Bicentennial celebration, the Bicentennial Committee challenges everyone to enter a contest. Each week, an antique tool, placed at a Coshocton County business, and contestants will have the chance to guess its original use. The winner, chosen at random from the correct entries, will receive an exclusive Bicentennial collectible. Winners and tool locations will be announced each week on WTNS. The first tool will be at Auer Ace Hardware the week of April 18. Tools are courtesy of Richard Hoover.

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Church Events

Easter Sunrise Services. The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be having their Easter Sunrise Services on Sunday, April 24 at 7 a.m. There will be praise and worship, dramatic performances by the young adult ministry and the white gloves ministry. A light breakfast will follow the service.



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Scholarship Fundraiser. A fundraiser is under way for the Carol A. Deeds Memorial Scholarship Fund established at the Coshocton Foundation. For each $5 tax deductible donation, you get a ticket for a chance to win a $200 Wal-Mart card. Stop by Dean’s Jewelry on Main Street for a ticket or call 610-8971 or 545-0697. The drawing will be May 21.

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Golf Outing. The American Red Cross of Ohio Hills Red Cross Classic Golf Outing is scheduled for Saturday, May 14 at River Greens Golf Course located on SR 751 in West Lafayette. Shotgun start at 1 p.m. There will also be a steak fry and many prizes given throughout the day. Event proceeds support the lifesaving mission of the American Red Cross in the community. The entry fee is $50 per person or $200 a team, including 18 holes of golf, cart rental, a steak dinner, and prizes. Cash prizes will be awarded with first place receiving $400, second place receiving $250 and third place receiving $150. Skins game will be $20 per team. Team registrations are being taken at the Red Cross office in Coshocton located at 245 N. 4th Street or the Red Cross office in Cambridge located at 142 N. 9th Street in Cambridge. For more information, contact Dave Powers, at 623-4076 or Michael Baker at 502-0215. Entry forms are due by May 7.

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Rummage Sale. The Presbyterian Church on the corner of 4th and Chestnut will be having a Rummage Sale May 13 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. with lots of adult and children’s clothing, and Saturday, May 14 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. with a bag sale and $4 garbage bag. All proceeds will go to the Presbyterian Woman’s Mission Projects.

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Watercolors. Mary F. Patterson is showing her watercolor paintings at the West Lafayette Library during the month of April. Her pictures can be viewed during normal operation hours, 601 East Main Street, West Lafayette.

Rummage Sale. Central Christian Church will be having a rummage sale on Friday, May 6 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Saturday, May 7 from 8 a.m. – Noon, Bag Day. The church is located at the corner of 8th and Main Street in Coshocton.

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Craft Vendors Wanted. Lafayette Pointe is having a spring craft bazaar on Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and is seeking vendors for the event. There is a $5 entry fee if providing your own table and $10 if using one of their tables. Contact Susan Ziler, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at 545-6355.

Easter Services. Come celebrate Easter with special music by kids and adults, a delicious country breakfast, and an Easter Egg hunt for all ages at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church located in Coshocton county at County Road 10 and 236. Sunrise service will be at 7:30 a.m.; Country breakfast will be at 8 a.m.; Easter service will be at 9:30 a.m. and an egg hunt will be at 10:30 a.m.


American Red Cross Classes. Adult/Child Aquatic Program sign-ups now accepted. Class size is limited. Learn to Swim sign-ups for the Aquatic Center and Warsaw pools are as follows: Aquatic Center will be at Coshocton High School May 17 from 6 – 7:30 p.m.; Warsaw Pool will be at the Warsaw Fire Department on May 18 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. For military families, bring your military ID. American Red Cross does not charge military families.

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Martha’s Cupboard. “Martha’s Cupboard” offers free items to any Coshocton County resident in need. Some documents are required to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church. Call (740) 545-6422 for further information. Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing new hours for Jacob’s Closet. Beginning in March, the closet will be open every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the last Thursday of the month from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. classified hotline 622-4ads

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Relay for Life Events

Bark for Life. Bark for Life will be Saturday, April 23 at Lake Park in front of the Pavilion. Community registration and pre-registration will be from 9 – 9:50 a.m. Dog walk starts at 10 a.m. There will be games, food, and dogs up for adoption that will need walked. All proceeds will go to Relay for Life. Contact Missy Wilson at 623-8365 or Sara Lambert at 610-4045.

Clubs and Organizations

NCF meeting. The Nurses Christian Fellowship will be having a meeting on Monday, April 25 at 6 p.m.

at the Coshocton Alliance Church, located at 730 W. Chestnut Street. All RNs, LRNs, and allied health professionals are invited to come and enjoy a short program, fellowship and time of prayer. Chicken BBQ. The Blue Ridge Grange will have a chicken barbeque on Saturday, April 30 at 4:30 p.m. at the Grange Hall. Dinner includes half a chicken, baked beans, applesauce, a dinner roll, drink and dessert. The cost is $7.50 for adults and children 12 and under are $4.50. Half a chicken with no sides is $4.50. Carry-out also available. Dedication Ceremony. RHDD is hosting a Dedication Ceremony for their new Memorial Garden at the RHDD Corporate Office/Washington School at 1517 Chestnut Street on Wednesday, May 18 at 11 a.m. This memorial was designed to celebrate the lives of individuals and employees who have passed away while in service to the agency. RSVP to Lisa Bash at 622-9778 #103.

School Events

Applications for Pre-school. The Coshocton City School District is receiving applications for the 20112012 school year for pre-school children. Children who are eligible for the Early Childhood Education preschool classrooms must be three years old on

Public Record

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions None to report

Dresden Adam Adi Stone Jr. of Coshocton to Megan Sue Wilson of Coshocton

Marriages: Virgil John Holpp of Fresno to Jolina Dianne Murray of Fresno Lance Eric Brenly of Coshocton to Kimberly Ann Markley of Coshocton Steven James Markley of Coshocton to Davonna Renee Williams of Coshocton Eric M. MacDonald of Kimbolton to Holly Ann Carnes of Kimbolton Christopher Aaron Long of Williamsburg to Shannon Faith Johnson of Coshocton Michael W. Hunt of Coshocton to Janay K. Eick of Coshocton William J. Sullivan of Dresden to Alicia Ann Fry of

Land Transfers: 4/8 B&B Property Holding LLC to Minn-Lynn Mobile Village Ltd; $8,500 Charles Gregory Hackenbracht, Trustee of the John W. Hackenbracht Revocable Living Trust to Thomas J. and Sheila D. Lemon; $210,000 4/12 Country Time Rural Land LLC to James M. Brady; $24,050 Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Reuben Yoder; $46,500 4/13 Richard Eugene and Joanna K. Kimberley to Richard F. and Colleen C. Hochstetler; $62,000 Capstone Holding Company to Aden R. Miller and Rachel J. Miller; $12,000

or before Aug. 1, toilet trained, reside in the school district, and meet income eligibility guidelines. Total family income cannot exceed Federal Poverty guidelines at 200% or less of the poverty level. All information will need to be obtained before the child is considered for enrollment. The parents need to provide birth certificate, Social Security card, immunization records, custody papers, if applicable, and proof of family income. To complete an application, contact Becky Fletcher at 622-1901 or visit the office at 1207 Cambridge Rd. Applications will be accepted until May 6. Conesville High School Anniversary. The 107th anniversary and last graduating class of Conesville High School will be June 4 at the Conesville Elementary School Auditorium. There will be a social hour beginning at 4 p.m. and roll call and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Anyone wishing to submit stories, old pictures and donate to the 2011 River View graduates scholarship fund can send them to Maureen Pritchard with their reservations The class of 1961 will be the honored guests. Admission for members and guests is $10. Send to Maureen Pritchard at 15574 County Rd. 429, Coshocton, Ohio or call (740) 829-2488.

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All car enthusiasts are invited to bring their vehicle to a fourth annual Car Show, which will be in conjunction with River View School District’s Black Bear Fest. The event will be Saturday, May 7 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Registration will be from 11 a.m. - Noon. The event is open to everyone in the community, not just River View School District residents. There is no registration fee. More questions can be answered by calling car show coordinator, Les Widder, at 622-1138 or e-mailing him at Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees There will be dash plaques given to the first 4/8 John L. Smalley to Karla L. Smalley 50 participants. Trophies will be awarded in the 4/11 following areas: Cars Pre – 1950, Cars Post – Burvil E. Wright to Wrighthome Conesville, Ltd. 4/12 1950, Trucks Pre – 1950, Trucks - Post 1950, Larry B. Dailey and Amy G. Dailey to SFR 2010-2 REO and Best of Show. Corporation, a Delaware corporation There will be all kinds of activities that day Clinton A. Ryder, Jr. and Karen R. Ryder to Clinton A. Ryder, Jr. at River View High School located at 26546 Joseph E. Santus and Cherry L. Santus to Joseph E. SR 60 North, Warsaw. They include displays Santus and Cherry L. Santus Fresno Park Company, Inc. to Fresno United Method- from each of the elementary buildings, musical ist Church contributions from elementary to high school Jack R. Baumgardner to Jack R. Baumgardner groups and special interest clubs from the high school. There will also be a pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. - Noon in the RVHS cafeteria. The cost of the meal is $5 for adults and $3 for children. The concession stand will be open from 11 a.m. to the conclusion of the festivities. All sandwiches and beverages sell for $1 each. Come and join in with the festivities and celebrate with the River View School Community, A Celebration of Excellence.

CLASSIFIED ADS Landscaping, mulching, painting, siding, For lease Hair Styling roofing, window installation, stump removal. Salon. 740-622-6010 FREE ESTIMATES. 740-502-3989 HELP WANTED Mike’s Yard Care: Mowing, leaf raking, painting, window washing, gutter cleaning, haul away metal or appliances. Call 740-6220499 or 740-202-2697 APPLIANCES Kevin’s Used Appliances. Open 7 days a week. Washers, dryers, ranges, fridges and 110 A/C. Buy - Sell - Trade. Also, want to buy washers, dryers, ranges, etc. non-working. Location New Castle. Open 7 days a week by phone call Kevin 740-3905114. No phone calls after 6pm. No checks

Wanted: Class A CDL drivers. Local company, 21 years or older, good driving record, local with some over night. Home weekends. Able to lift 50 lbs to load. Waste Parchment, Inc., 4510 TR CEMETERY LOTS 307, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. Call 1-8002 Cemetery lots, 2 282-2454. vaults and 2 Pre-need SERVICES OFFERED Opening and Closing in Garden of Prayer HANDYMAN, I’ll do a at Coshocton Memory lot of different kinds of Gardens. $2,700. Call handyman work. Also, 740-622-6438 or 740roofing, exterior paint- 294-3109 ing, roof coating, siding, FIREWOOD gutter cleaning, yard work, hauling of scrap metals, brush, gravel Seasoned Firewood and other things. Call Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/ 740-575-4571 Delivered $50 each load. (Will cut to size

Yellow Flag Garage Sale. Village of Conesville. Friday, May 6 & Saturday, May 7; 9-5. Maps available. Questions call 740-5023792 Yellow Flag Garage Sales. Village of West Lafayette. Friday, May 6, Saturday, May 7th. Maps available. Questions call Christie 740-502-1286 HAY First, second cut orchard grass Timothy hay. Round or square bales. Round bales $20 & up. 740-824-3621

Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilia one patch or entire collections. Call 740623-0793 leave message or email APARTMENTS FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-622-9791 today! Efficiency apartments for rent $300-$400. HUD accepted, utilities paid, except electric. 740-545-5053 740-5021477

HOMES Free to good home, FOR RENT part German Shepherd, part Rottweiler CLEAN, 2 possible 3 puppy. 740-622-0520 bedroom house, 1 1/2 ask for Bill. bath, laundry, kitchen appliances included, WANTED TO BUY fenced backyard in Coshocton. $550/mo. WANTED: Junk ve- excludes utilities plus hicles, scrap metal, deposit. Reference reappliances, batter- quired. 740-829-2035 ies and junk mowers. Also one time clean MOBILE HOMES up and removal of rubFOR RENT bish. 740-545-5025 Newly Remodeled Unopened “Ripley’s mobile homes for rent. Believe It or Not” toys 1 & 2 Bedrooms. 1031 from Wendy’s Kids’ Cassingham Ave. 740meals including paper 610-1070 bag and related material. 740-545-9743

HOMES FOR SALE Investment Property. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath. $500/mo. Currently rented. $19,000. 740610-1070 WANTED TO LEASE 2 very reponsible middle-aged hunters looking to lease deer hunting land, 10 acres and up. Please call Bob at 1-810-624-0892 AUTOS 88 Chevy Caprice LS Broughm. Like new in and out. Fully loaded. 43,000 original miles. $5,500. 740-398-7976 AUTO REPAIR Hardesty Auto Specialty 740-545-9845. By appt. 2 miles North on CR 93. Parts at cost. Labor rates you can afford. Exhaust repair, custom pipe bending, brakes and computer diagnostics and more Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds! Call Nicole at 622-4ADS (4237) or fax to 623-9937 or visit us at 226 Main St.!

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