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The Coshocton County Beacon • May 27, 2009 • Classified Hotline 622-4ADS

Coshocton Relay For Life exceeds goal! The 14th annual Coshocton County Relay for Life is now in the history books and the final tally exceeded the goal of $125,000 by over $8,000, coming in at $133,729.72. This achievement was accomplished by 52 participating teams and a record number (17) of new teams participating in this year’s Relay. This year’s Relay also had five platinum teams (those teams raising over $10,000) – number one team, Grace United Methodist Church with $12,000 raised, Team Annin, River View Bears, Keene United Methodist Church and Miracles Around The Corner raise over $50,000 of the total monies. The funds raised will help fund local cancer research and resources, according to Tim Callahan, with the American Cancer Society Zanesville office. Co-chair Kim Gress said, “I continue to be amazed about how our community can out do itself year after year! I can’t think of another community where I would want to live. Coshocton County people ROCK! When people care this much . . . the rest is easy. Thanks Coshocton!” With gorgeous start weather wise on Friday evening, cancer survivors, caregivers and team members gathered at the fairgrounds to either observe or join in the survivor lap, caregiver lap and team processional. Many emotional moments were shared as cochair Bob Nicholson asked for those that had been diagnosed with cancer since last year’s Relay to cut the ribbon officially opening the 14th annual event. With over 1,000 team members, 500 survivors and many others in attendance, County Commissioner Dane Shryock read a proclamation from the Board of Commissioners. Girl Scout senior cadet troops 667, 669 and 318 gave the pledge of allegiance and a combined high school chorus under the direction of Dawn Anglin sang the opening song penned by Sheldon Mencer. Tim Callahan told the crowd, “Don’t ever give up!” Mary Mason, honorary chair, told everyone that, “I did not have cancer at this time last year”. Mason said, “Smile and giggle every day. I celebrate life every single day. I have – and urge you to – put color into your life. Do things that are going to make you feel good. We’d love to find that cure for cancer. We’ll continue to work and smile and giggle”. Beverly Wright, who joined in the survivor lap for the first time and has been a survivor since August, 1990, said, “They gave me five months to live and here I am. I think the Relay is wonderful”. Alyssa Cushman, a member of the Remember Alana Team, and one of Alana Branstetter’s best friends, said, “It’s really nice to come out here and see a lot of younger people. I think Alana opened up our eyes to the impact of cancer. Until Alana, I had not

been to the Relay – and I didn’t know the community support it had. It’s just really cool to see all the younger people here. Alana touched a lot of lives – she was really outgoing – everyone wants to be a part of this”. Alana’s sister, Amber Branstetter, said, “Alana didn’t die in vain. She died to bring us all together. It makes us appreciate each other more and learn to be healthy”. “Team Teresa”, was at the Relay in support of Mrs. Teresa Lucas, wife of former Coshocton City Schools superintendent Wade Lucas. Team members Patti Mercer, Delia Meek and Sarah Meek said of their first year being at the Relay, “It’s awesome!” The Relay continued with the luminary ceremony at 9:00 p.m., a time of reflection and time to honor survivors and remember those that have passed on from cancer. Many area musicians and performers gave of their time and talent to entertain – all at no charge – to the Relay. And with 24 hour guy Dave Lear manning the sound – everyone was always aware of what was happening at Relay. Several events are held during the night for teams to earn points. Saturday morning brings a fresh round of energy and enthusiasm for the always popular Miss Relay contest. Emcee Larry Pepper, in his usual great form, provided entertainment along with the contestants – and we must say that this year’s batch of entries were beyond comparison. Compared to what, we’re not sure! In a moment to reflect on our country an Armed Forces, dignitaries, elected officials and first responder’s ceremony at noon was led off by an honor guard. Later in the afternoon, Terry Longsworth provided his auctioneering skills to the cake, quilt and craft auction – an event that grows in popularity each year. As the Relay started to wind down and teams started dismantling their campsites, we caught up with Melanie Kunze and Wendy Croy from the River View team. Kunze said that, “We lost Judy Dolick and Mary Mattison to cancer this past year. This is our fourth year having a team and our first

year we raised $2600. This year we will be a platinum team. We got two of our elementary schools involved – Warsaw and Conesville – and hope to get everyone involved next year. We used spirit weeks, staff donations, bake sales, daffodils and the luminary to raise the money”. Wendy Croy said, “One of our fourth grade students lost their mom – and we all know someone who has suffered – and when we lost Mary and Judy last year – it really hit home”. A sudden downpour during the closing ceremony did not dampen the enthusiasm of the co-chairs, team captains, team members or those that joined in the closing lap. Members of the Sheriff’s office team endured the soaking rains to finish what they had started a mere 24 hours earlier. The 2009 Coshocton County Relay for Life is truly a tribute to all those in our community who gave of themselves so that a cure may be found. The inspiration and encouragement from everyone that contributed, participated and worked long hours baking or making set another wonderful example of what makes our community a great place to live, work and play. And it is justly fitting that our community exceeded the goal in the current economic climate with a theme of Hope! Celebrate! and Fight Back! For that is exactly what we are doing each and every day here in Coshocton County.

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Area youth represent Coshocton County Senior Center Honors Local Veteran’s at 2009 All American Horse Show

Several youth from Coshocton County attended the 2009 All American Youth Horse Show in Columbus and earned high marks with their performance. Pictured from left to right back row are; Molly Daniel, Morgan Daniel, Dana Markley, Anna Powell, Helena Postelwaite and Kayla Lowe is in front. (Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lindsay McCullough)

Molly Daniel - 1st Place - Western Trail 14-18 Year Olds Morgan Daniel - 2nd Place - Western Showmanship 18 Year Olds - 7th Place - Western Showmanship Championship - 5th Place - Western Horsemanship 18 Year Olds - 1st Place - Ladies Western Pleasure 18 Year Olds - 1st Place - Western Pleasure Registered Quarter Horse - 6th Place - Western Pleasure Championship Kayla Lowe - 5th Place - Western Showmanship 7 Years & Under Dana Markley - 5th Place - Western Showmanship 18 Year Olds Anna Powell - 1st Place - Ladies Western Pleasure 13 Year Olds - 1st Place - Western Pleasure Registered Quarter Horse Helena Postelwaite - 7th Place - Western Showmanship 14 Year Olds - 7th Place - Ladies Western Pleasure 14 Year Olds - 2nd Place - Western Pleasure Register Quarter Horse

The Coshocton County Senior Center observed Memorial Day by honoring several local Veteran’s during their Friday luncheon. Members of the local VFW Post 1330 were on hand to conduct a flag folding ceremony and then donated the flag to the Senior Center. The flag will fly outside the Senior Center. Pictured from left to right are; Dan Perkins, Commander, VFW Post 1330, Ron Layton, Harold Pope, Fred Hosfelt, John Matis, Russell Gephart, Dave Sturtz, Bill Fox, Clifford Hill, Clarence Hebron, Bill Bush, Francis Tyson and Jim Lucas. (Photo contributed to The Beacon)

Country Kids 4-H Club Clean Up

Pictured are several members of the County Kids 4-H club picked up litter on April 14 and 15 along two miles of State Route 60 south outside of Cooperdale and State Route 541 west as part of their community service / litter program for the club. Members of the club, advisors and parents joined in the effort to help keep Coshocton County clean. L to R: Kacie Decker, Hannah Latham and Nicole Bryant pick up litter on SR 60S on April 5, 2009. (Contributed to The Beacon)

Call for Entries The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton, Ohio, announces a call for entries for Gimme Shelter, a juried art and fine craft exhibition on the concept of shelter. Entries must be original works in any media (2-D or 3-D), completed within the last four years, and not exceeding 48 inches in width. Digital images or slides must be submitted for jurying. The theme may be broadly interpreted and styles may be traditional or contemporary. The show will include a youth (18 and under) category for submissions. Exhibited work will be judged and cash prizes awarded. The local chapter of Habitat for Humanity is co-host of the exhibit, which runs from Oct. 24, 2009 – Jan. 3, 2010. Completed entries (slides or CD, entry form and non-refundable check of $20.00 for up to 3 works), will be accepted through September 1, 2009. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is a general interest museum located in Roscoe Village, a historic canal town. To request an entry form, contact the museum (740-622-8710 or or download a copy from the museum’s website (www. or ( Shelter/ shelter prospectus.pdf) The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH 43812.



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Newcomerstown High School Class of 2009 2009 Graduates Chase Patrick Addy Chase Anthony Anderson Kyle A. Baker Jacquelin LeeAnn Beall Elizabeth Dara Beckett Curtis Wayne Blind Chelsea Ann Bradford Taylor James Brandon Laura Courtney Brosius Taylor Kaylene Buss Jaysson William Calhoun Gabriella Makenna-Rose Campbell Stephanie Marie Campbell Monica Ann Celuch Brandi Lee Crank Telse Marie Dakin Dustin Aaron Daugherty Thomas P. Davis Christopher William Deal Rashia Taniece Deskins Zachary James Dressler Christy Marie Felton Brock Allen Gamble Amber Marie Gibson Sheila Michelle Gray Paul William Hanner Justin Heston Amanda Louise Johnson Zachary Christopher Jones Kurt Walter Juergens Brandy Diane Linkous Stephanie Lynn Long Edgar Eugene Lyons III Matthew David Lyons Nicholas David McElhaney

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River View High School Teachers Recognized Two junior members of the River View student council recently took the initiative to organize a recognition ceremony in the Luther Stover gymnasium for the faculty. Event organizers Duane Stutzman and Jessica Paynter said, “Our teachers don’t get appreciated enough – our teachers put in a lot of extra hours that they don’t get paid for. That was our reason for doing this. With chairs arranged in the form of the letters “R” and “V”, Paynter and Stutzman presented faculty members with certificates and flowers. Superintendent Kyle Kanuckel said, “It means a lot to the staff that the kids took the time to recognize them – it makes the teachers feel very special”. Stutzman and Paynter both reported following the assembly that, “That was awesome! It was an amazing feeling to do something great for our teachers”.

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Ceremony: Saturday, May 23 Time: 12:30 p.m. Location: Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Auditorium Class Verse: Proverbs 3:5: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding.” Colors: Navy, Silver, White Valedictorian: Lisa Meinstein

Ceremony: May 27, 2009 Time: 6 p.m. Location: CHS Auditorium School Symbol: White Tiger School Flower: White Rose School Colors: White and Black

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The Coshocton County Beacon • May 27, 2009

Leadership Class Presents $3500 to Alternative School a graduate of Leadership Coshocton County”. Andrea Schweitzer, a member of the board, read the goals from leadership students that they had written on their applications. “Step off and begin”, said Schweitzer. Following a wonderful meal prepared by the staff at Roberta’s Catering – also the site of the ceremony – members of the class shared one of the month’s leadership challenge day’s memories. Paula Esselburn commented that, “We began our year at Atwood as twenty individuals and left twenty six hours later as friends. Doug Speicher said, “You learn a lot about this community and some of the gems 0031_052709

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the evening, “This (the alternative school) is the last stop . . . but not the last chance for these kids. To raise funds the class held a spaghetti dinner at New Bethel Ministries along with a hog raffle. The class also made donations each month to the cause. The class was also grateful to the Jason Pendola band for performing at the event. A grateful and emotional McNeal humbly accepted the donation – tell-

ing the class that, “This makes a huge difference in the lives of kids in this county. These are neat kids – we’re going to try and continue to make a difference in these kids’ lives. McNeal continued, “What an amazing thing these people have done for these kids, we have great kids – they really deserve it – it’s a joy and privilege to work with them every day. We have such a great staff”. Donna Meyers, who




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we have in Coshocton”. Speicher shared the story of driving his daughter to school past the Roscoe Basin and the many facilities that dotted that landscape – some foundations of which are still in existence today. Tracy Haines and Janay Shaw coordinated the class project – which came to fruition following the presentation to the class by McNeal of The Alternative School. As McNeal said during

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