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This edition of The Beacon published in memory of Kim Wright “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

what a beauty The Three Rivers Fire Department 13th annual car show was Saturday, July 17 at the Coshocton Fairgrounds. Among the 40 awards given, Jerry Bevins was awarded Best of Show out of over 90 cars entered in the contest. Jerry is pictured here proudly displaying his Best of Show trophy while next to his 1969 Chevy Camaro. Bevins has entered the Three Rivers Fire Department Car Show for six years and this is his first Best of Show win. Beacon photo by beth dulaney

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annual Car Show

The Three Rivers Fire Department had their 13th annual car show on Saturday, July 17 with over 90 cars strutting their stuff at the fairgrounds. Although the temperature was rising to almost 90 degrees, many people in the community came out to show their support of the fire department and share their love of classic cars. The car show had something for everyone from Chevy Camaros to Ford pick-up trucks and everything in between. The annual show is free to the general public and only $10 to enter a car with forty chances to win a trophy from sponsors of the show, including the Kid’s Choice award and the Best of Show sponsored by the fire department. Each year, the car show raises about $800 - $1,000 and goes directly to the fire department to help upgrade their equipment. 0022_072110

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“We definitely appreciate the community support because that’s how we’re funded,” said Chief Lynn Powelson. The car show is the biggest fundraiser for the Three Rivers Fire Department. They also have the Rough Truck contest as well as chili and steak fry fundraisers throughout the year. This year’s Best of Show went to Jerry Bevins and his 1969 Chevy Camaro. He purchased the car 10 years ago and he and his wife remodeled the car, which took two years to complete. He has entered the Three Rivers Fire Department Car Show for six years, but this was his first Best of Show win. He said that it feels “Great! Really good!” “I appreciate everything the firefighters do,” he said, “They’re unsung heroes.”

Backpacks for Kindergarteners

Members of the Coshocton County Family and Children First Council will be distributing school supplies Saturday, Aug. 7 from 9 a.m. – Noon at the Hopewell School gymnasium to all Coshocton County children who will be entering kindergarten for the 2010 – 2011 school year. Kindergarteners and their families will be able to meet their school superintendents, agency directors and staff. Three Rivers Fire District will be discussing fire safety and Nurturing Families of Coshocton and the Department of Job and Family Services will be providing certified

car seat checks. River View local schools transportation department will be discussing school bus safety. Coshocton County Sherriff’s K9 Officer Dingo and his handler, Deputy Stone will also be available. Area agencies will be showcasing available resources throughout the community. This event is free and sponsored by the Coshocton County Family and Children First Council through a grant from the Ohio Department of Education – Family and Civic Engagement.

Geo-coaching to be offered at Chili Crossroads Bible Church Enjoyed by adventure seekers everywhere, Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunt which has become a world-wide pastime for people of all ages. has thousands of sites where hidden caches might be literally in your back yard, the forest in front of your home, or even behind a brick in a post office wall in downtown Chicago. On July 21, at 7 p.m., kids and teens will descend upon the Chili Crossroads Bible Church to have their own Geo-caching adventure. They

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will discover clues using high tech methods, find ancient maps, and even hunt for gold rocks which will all leading up to the final treasure. A global positioning device (GPS) will guide the teens throughout the town of Chili, Ohio where the church is located. They will go on quests, figure out puzzles, and have to map each part of their hunt with a picture of the entire team. The first team to complete all the clues will win exciting prizes and bragging rights for an entire year. Younger kids will experience thrills and perhaps even a chill or two as they perform amazing feats, seek out ancient treasure map clues, and photo map their journey on the property of CCBC. So bring your friends, neighbors, relatives, and anyone who loves an awesome treasure quest.

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Applications are now available for the Coshocton Canal Days Junior Queen and King and Mini Queen and King Contests. The Junior Queen is for ages 6 to 8 as of Aug. 19. The Mini contest is for ages 3 - 7 as of Aug. 19. The application deadline is Aug. 2 and is available at Wilson Carpet & Furniture, Coshocton Chamber of Commerce and WTNS radio. The contest will be Aug. 19 on the Courtsquare. Any questions please call Wilson Carpet and Furniture at 6226237.

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The Warsaw Lions Club will be having auditions on Monday, Aug. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the River View High School Auditorium for solo spots in their 53rd Annual Minstrel Show to be November 19 - 21. This year’s show is entitled ‘Vacation’ and performers are encouraged to sing vacation or summer-themed songs. For more information or to schedule an audition time, contact Jean Haumschild at (740) 824-3120.

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as chair and Mr. Art Saylor as vice-chair of the LCC Board of Directors. Ms. Schweitzer is the Branch Manager of the West Lafayette Branch Library and Mr. Saylor is a Registered Representative for Home Loan Financial Services in Coshocton. Other members of the board include: Mrs. Teresa Bradford, retired and working part-time with the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service; Dr. Karen Brown, Muskingum Valley Education Service Center; Mr. Robert Miller, Coshocton County Memorial Hospital and Mr. Gordon Spillman, Home Loan Savings Bank. All Leadership Coshocton County (LCC) board members serve a two-year term with an option to serve for a total of three; two year terms (6 years). The board is responsible for vision and policy making for Leadership Coshocton County and Coshocton County Youth Leadership.


Healthy Living

Leadership Coshocton County (LCC), a program of the Coshocton Foundation, has recently appointed Melvin “Mel” Cantrell to an at large board seat on its board of directors. Mr. Cantrell is retired from 25 years in the financial field and 12 years in the infusion business. He is a 28-year member of the Coshocton Lions Club and currently serves as president of the Coshocton County Health Board; finance chair at Roscoe United Methodist Church; a member of the Salvation Army Board and Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau Board. He has served on the Coshocton City School Board, Coshocton County Career Center Board, Coshocton County DD Board, United Way of Coshocton County Board and The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (Big Brothers/Big Sisters) Board. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, golfing and spending time with family. In other news Ms. Andrea Schweitzer has been elected to serve

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Mark’s Musings

Have you heard I’m sure that this somehow dovetails about the streetcar with the Governor’s project in Cincinnati? plan for a “high-speed” Apparently, the city rail system connecting wants to put in streetcars some of Ohio’s larger in the downtown cities. High-speed is area connecting in quotes because . . the University of . IT IS NOT . . . high Cincinnati and other –speed. If we truly major destinations. threw all the politics The project total now Mark fortune out and focused on what stands at $114.5 million with a recently received $25 million would be best in the long-term – I from the federal government. The am sure we could develop a great Department of Transportation plan for developing a high tech announced $293 Million for New European high speed rail system – Transit Solutions on July 9. Over 60 one where the bullet trains whisk cities applied for funding through you by the vehicles travelling on the Urban Circulator program. the highway at speeds of 200 miles Only four other cities received the per hour or greater. Hey, if I could maximum streetcar grant: St. Louis, board a commuter bullet train in Fort Worth, Charlotte, and Chicago. downtown Coshocton (or maybe the Streetcars? Really? Heck, why airport?) and leisurely Blackberry don’t we just start excavating the or Twitter my way to Cleveland or old Ohio & Erie Canal again so we Cincinnati for a ballgame – now can continue moving our country we’re talking. Build the darn train and economy - forward. This would on elevated tracks in the median undoubtedly help many cities that of the interstate – connect to all were bypassed by the interstate the major airports and you may highway system in the 1950’s. I have something worthwhile. And thought the project said, “New” you may have something that we Transit Solutions. Just what exactly independent Americans just may park our vehicles to ride. If you is new about a streetcar project? Now, I’m sure that some group could cut my time in half – and get managed to write up a really good me close to my destination – then it proposal selling the idea to the may be worth it. Otherwise, forget Feds that putting in a streetcar line it because you’re just spending would create some jobs, provide more of my – and your -precious employment to the unemployed etc. tax dollars. etc. etc. Of course you know that’s So the trick would be to how it works. Can you visualize make the connections less time riding on a streetcar? Yes, I know consuming and less costly. If you that they exist in San Francisco develop a timetable that has smaller – but have you seen the hills out hub routes running to and from there? Plus, that is pretty much a the major terminals at somewhat reason for going to San Francisco regular schedules while the major terminals have trains leaving on the in the first place, isn’t it?

hour – I could see a train leaving Coshocton with a stop in Newark and a couple of other towns on the way to Columbus. Then from there to Columbus! The key is reverse engineering so to speak. Start with the smaller towns as the spokes in a wheel and build toward the regional and major hubs. In the case of Ohio the major hub would have to be our capital city. But it won’t happen.

As rural and middle Americans we continue to lose our political clout and muscle through less population which results in less representation and ultimately fewer government dollars. As small town America, we must be diligent working within our community to make it better and continue the generous giving that makes Coshocton County a great place to live, work and play.

Youth Choir prepares for this year’s fair Founded in 1963 by Glenville D. Thomas, the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir has appeared in concerts around Ohio and abroad, marched in a number of national parades, and has sung for several gubernatorial inaugurations. Since 1992, the All-Ohio Youth Choir has been led by Charles R. Snyder of Coshocton. Mr. Snyder is the director of music at The Presbyterian Church, Coshocton, and music director and conductor of the Coshocton Community Choir, a 100-voice auditioned ensemble he founded in 1971. He also conducts the Coshocton Children’s Choir, a 60-voice regional choir for young singers in grades 4-8 that he organized in 1987. In 2002, he created the Coshocton Youth

Chorale, a high school ensemble that includes 58 singers from several counties. After converging at the Ohio State Expo Center in Columbus on July 22, choir members will spend five days in rigorous rehearsals prior to the official opening of the 155th Ohio State Fair on Wednesday, July 28. Each day of the fair, the Youth Choir will sing for some 60,000 fairgoers as they perform at 6-8 sites on the 360-acre Fairgrounds - more than 100 performances over the run of the fair! On Saturday, Aug. 7, the Choir will be joined by hundreds of alumni in a celebration of song. The Youth Choir’s 2010 show is entitled “Let There Be Peace,” a musical pilgrimage of hope and dreams.

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: 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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rockin’ out for a cause The second annual Band Blast took place last Sat-

urday at Roberta’s Catering to raise money for The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County. 7 Days, pictured here, started the event at 5 p.m. and the night concluded with the sounds of Sneeky Peek. Beacon photo by beth dulaney

of money had not been calculated from this year’s event. However, last year, about 100 people came to the Band Blast and it was a huge success. This year has also seen a variety of improvements from the previous year. This year featured a better variety of bands instead of just heavy metal bands. The Mentoring Center also recruited a nice crew of helpers and they did a lot of publicity this year not only in Coshocton County, but surrounding counties as well. There was also a featured band this year: Sneeky Peek. “Sneeky Peek is our featured band,” said Mayse, “They agreed to play for three hours. They offered that and we said, Hallelujah, Absolutely, That would be great! Because they do have such a nice draw. But having said that, I think all these bands are great and the fact that they’re willing to donate their time has just been phenomenal. We really appreciate that and I can’t say enough about how nice these bands have been and how accommodating they’ve been.” Plans to make next year’s Band Blast even bigger and better are currently in the works. If you missed the opportunity to donate to The Mentoring Center and still would like to do so, give them a call at 623-8110. The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County is a United Way Agency.

Sounds of heavy metal, Christian rock, acoustic guitars, and music from the 80s rang out last Saturday, July 17 outside of Roberta’s Catering during the second annual Band Blast. The event started at 5 p.m. with the Christian rock band, 7 Days from Coshocton, and concluded with feature band, Sneeky Peek from Dover, Ohio. Five bands donated their time and talents to raise money for The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County. The entry fee was $10 and all monies raised went into the general fund for The Mentoring Center and helped to pay the rent and keep their doors open. “It’s hard right now,” said Sheila Mayse, Executive Director of The Mentoring Center, “so we’re trying to put fundraisers together that are service oriented, people feel like they’re getting something out of when they come. Really trying to focus on things that folks feel like, I’m contributing to something great but at the same time, I’m getting something great.” The first band blast came from an idea of giving the community a different kind of fundraiser. A couple of board members started brainstorming about a new way to raise money for The Mentoring Center. After tossing around the idea of a Battle of the Bands, they finally decided on the Band Blast. At the time of press, the total amount

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Endsley II veterans, they were greeted by 300 people and the fire department shot water over top of them to make a rainbow. Afterward, they toured all the memorials, paying special attention to the World War II memorial – their memorial. “It’s a wonderful memorial for the World War II veterans,” said Endsley, “They’re other memorials there too, but the World War II memorial is especially nice.” About 300 people were waiting to greet the World War II veterans when they returned to the Akron/Canton airport as well. Honor Flight is a non-profit organization that relies completely on donations. To donate to the Honor Flight, visit their Web site at www. or send your tax deductible donation to Honor Flight Inc./ Attn: Diane Gresse/ 300 E Auburn Ave./ Springfield, Ohio 45505. They will not accept donations from veterans of World War II. They have already given enough.

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Normandy because two planes had just crashed into the World Trade Center. Three years ago, however, Endsley finally got his chance to see the beach of Normandy. The plane landed in the exact spot Endsley had landed many years ago in 1944 and he commented on how different the beach looked in the daylight than at night, but it hadn’t changed a bit. “It was quite an experience to be back there and see the ground that we stepped on,” said Endsley. Endsley said he survived the invasion pretty well, but the Battle of the Bulge, the bloodiest battle for American forces, was worse. The Germans realized they were losing the war and tried to break through defenses using all of their forces. Every night at about 10 p.m., the enemy would do a “bed check Charlie” where one plane would fly overhead dropping flares so as to locate any troops on land. Once troops were located, an array of planes flew overhead and began dropping bombs. Sergeant Endsley’s troops shot down eight invading planes on New Year’s Eve in 1944 that were discharging bombs around their foxholes. “One time we moved far away and everybody was so tired and the commanding officer said to dig foxholes,” said Endsley, “None of us did and that night, we were bombed. Nobody was hurt, but we got rocks and dirt thrown all over us, so after that, we dug in.” Endsley said he remembers how horrible the war was. He commented that nobody knows what war is like unless they have seen it. Endsley said he has a chilling memory of traveling through small towns as big as West Lafayette and Warsaw with not a house standing. The living conditions were almost as bad as fighting the war itself. He remembers sleeping on the ground in tents with snow 12 – 13 inches high and the temperature below zero. For one whole year, his troop didn’t sleep in a bed or even a building. Their only sleeping condition was the hard cold ground. Endsley said that he couldn’t do it now. Endsley arrived at the Akron/Canton airport at 8:30 a.m. on May 8, 2010 to begin his journey aboard the Honor Flight. When he arrived in Washington D.C. with about 70 other World War


Lister Endsley of Coshocton received a great thrill and honor when he was accepted to ride on the Honor Flight at the Akron/Canton airport. Endsley sent in an application to fly and because he was a World War II veteran and due to his age, Endsley was bumped to the top of the list. Only ten days after mailing the application, he received a call saying he had been accepted. Honor Flight is a non-profit organization whose main goal is to fly all of the remaining World War II veterans to Washington D.C. to see their memorial. It was started by Earl Morse, a physician assistant and a retired Air Force Captain who wanted to share the memorial with the Greatest Generation at no cost to them. Endsley enrolled in the Army in September of 1942 when he was 26 years old and was part of the invasion of Normandy, France in June of 1944, a few days after D-Day. They landed 2,000 feet out and waded through three feet of water to the shore under gunfire and in the middle of the night. After being wounded a few days later by a landmine, Endsley spent about ten days in a hospital tent located in a cow pasture. Then it was back to the front lines. He and his wife had boarded a plane to go back to Normandy to visit the site of the invasion. Moments into the flight, they turned around and headed home and never got the chance to see

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Senior Center has 1950’s dinnerby beth dulaney

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of the BeBop Country Couples dance group perform at the Senior Center 1950s and 60s themed monthly meal on Tuesday, July 13. The next monthly meal will be the 2nd annual Senior Talent Show. Beacon photo

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Life, Oldies Car Festival, and for occasions at Lake Park. They have even performed for festivals in Stonecreek and Newcomerstown. When asked what she loves about dancing, Donna Simmons, member of the group said, “Just the fun of it. They’re a fun group – just a real good group to get together with. We’re all good friends for years and just to have fun.” The Senior Center’s next monthly meal will be their second annual senior talent show. To sign up to perform, contact the Center at 6224852.

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Senior News

Images of Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Annette Funicello and James Dean along with old vinyl records and pictures of malt shakes, French fries and burgers graced the walls of the Senior Center on Tuesday, July 13 transforming the cafeteria back to the 1950s and 60s. An era when ladies wore poodle skirts and danced the hop or the jitterbug and men wore their hair in ducktails and drove Chevrolets, Thunderbirds and Chryslers. The 1950s and 60s was the main theme at the Senior Center’s monthly meal. The Center has meals once a month and has been doing so for almost a year. The monthly meals started last August with a senior talent show. The talent show was so popular that the Center decided to start having a monthly senior meal. Next month will mark their one-year anniversary and they plan to celebrate with the second annual talent show. If any Coshocton senior would like to showcase their talent, please contact the Senior Center. The attendance at the meals continues to grow each month. Over 200 people came to the July meal and enjoyed a delicious meal of country fried steak, courtesy of the Senior Center staff. Members of the Lucky Learners 4-H Club were also on hand to help serve the meal and Acute Nursing Care administered blood pressure checks. “I think it’s just a lot of socialization,” said Jamie Thomas, director of the Senior Center, “It gives them something to do and get out in the evening and just have a fun night out. It gives them something to do and something to look forward to. A lot of times they’re seeing people they haven’t seen in a while. They’ve become quite popular.” The performing group that night was the BeBop Country Couple dance group. They have been performing for several years and used to practice their routine all the time. Even though they haven’t rehearsed together or performed in a couple of years, they did some lastminute practicing and put on a good show for their audience. They danced to songs such as “Tennessee Waltz” by Patti Page, “Could I Have This Dance” by Anne Murray, “Yellow PolkaDot Bikini” by Brian Hyland, and “Little Deuce Coupe” by The Beach Boys. The BeBop Country Couples used to perform all the time in Coshocton for the fair, Relay for


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Ice Cream Social

It’s back! On Saturday, July 31, the ice cream social at Roscoe United Methodist Church returns. Please plan to join us for some great food and fellowship. The menu consists of the following: shredded chicken, sloppy joe, grilled hot dog and coney sandwiches; potato salad; baked beans; noodles; dessert (including ice cream) and drinks. Donations will be accepted and the money raised will benefit Relay for Life and the Alzheimers Association. So come and enjoy eating in our air-conditioned fellowship hall; serving begins at 5 p.m. Hope to see you there! The church is located at 475 High St. (Historic Roscoe Village), Coshocton, OH. For more information, call (740) 622-7780.


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July 26th, 1950 Coshocton High School hired a new principal. L. G. DeLong, of Athens, Ohio, signed a two-year contract. Before coming to Coshocton, Delong was the superintendent and principal in Glouster, Ohio and then an assistant professor at Ohio University in Athens. He succeeded F. E. Puderbaugh, who had accepted a new position.


July 24th, 1960 The Parent Teacher Organization made recess more enjoyable for Lincoln and Washington students returning in the fall. The PTO helped pay for Washington and Lincoln’s new outdoor equipment. Both schools received new basketball courts, while Washington also received new playground equipment.


July 22th, 1970

“Billy Bailey,” which was the theme song of the Coshocton Community Band, was greeted with enthusiastic applause when it was played. A large audience gathered to hear the band play outdoors and whistled or hummed along with the chorus of “On the Mall,” when invited to do so. Marches, show tunes and novelty numbers also filled the night air.


July 23th, 1980

The Chalfant Church in Warsaw, which was built in 1893, was nominated to be place on the National Registry of Historic Buildings. The church, which is located off of State Route 60, was then considered for permanent placement on the list, which it later received. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

50th class reunion Row 1: Lorena (Matchett) Long, Carol (Hackenbracht) Ambrose, Leslie (Dreher) Herchline, Judy (Schumaker) Blair, Nancy (Noble) Albert, Linda (Thomson) Ashcraft, Arlene (Darner) Reddick, Alice (Holdsworth) Hagelbarger, Ron Layton; Row 2: Judy (Jones) Lusk, Nancy (Faller) Lawrence, Patty (Patterson) Blickensderfer, Bobbi (Emerson) Lawrence, Mary Lou (Miller) Overholt, Suellen (Ehrich) Husted, Marilyn (Dunlap) Gress, Larry Wilcox, Linda (Hill) Porteus, Bob Brown, Russell Gress; Row 3: Orville Groves, Bernard Maple, Jim Overholt, Gerald Hothem, Bob McElfresh, Jerry Porteus, Marv Shrimplin, Dave VanDusen.; Not pictured but attending were Mark Zinkon, Dave Apple photo contributed to the beacon

Class of 1960 has 50th class reunion

The class of 1960 of West Lafayette High School had their 50th year class reunion recently at the Raven’s Glenn Winery and Restaurant in West Lafayette. A total of 48 enjoyed the evening, including 30 classmates. Attending from a distance were from Arkansas, Florida, and South Carolina. The tables were decorated using graduation colors of navy blue, white, and red, and vases made and donated by fellow classmate Barbara (Rusk) McCutcheon and her husband Gene. Each member was presented a red or white silk rose, a class pen, notepads illustrating the Central High School, and candies from the 50’s. Placemats were pictures of all the classmates made by Linda (Hill) Porteus. In memoriam was displayed noting the nine deceased members. Many items of memorabilia were displayed, which added to the tales and reminiscing and a contest of those voted “The Best Of” from the school newspaper called The Breeze. Classmate Orville Groves led the invocation.

Judy (Schumaker) Blair led the “Toast for an Academic Reunion.” Bob McElfresh, President, reflected on the speaker at the graduation, Dr. Lionel G. Crocker, who referred to the diplomas as “Passports to Citizenship.” Among items highlighted were, “There are many outstanding forces which will seek to destroy you, the first one is booze, the second, fast cars, and the third is TV. Boys, don’t let any woman tell you what to do with your life. If you have a goal in mind, stick to that goal at no cost. Girls, don’t let any boy talk you into marriage before you have learned to support yourself. You will be better prepared to meet whatever life hands you.” In 1960, the class had participated in testing called Project TALENT by the American Institutes for Research and the United States Office of Education. Recently, Mary Lou (Miller) Overholt was contacted by officials to ask that the class continue to provide information for their research. Information was distributed. The class will again meet in 2015 the first weekend in June.

Bethlehem township meeting changes The regular schedule for the Bethlehem Township meeting has been changed from Wednesday, July 28 to Wednesday, July 21. The meeting will still be at the Township Hall at 7 p.m.

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Thursday, July 22, 29: Summer Chi in the Park; Practice gentle exercises inspired by nature. Reduce stress and increase vitality find comfort in your body 9 - 10 a.m.

Wednesday, July 21, 28: Plugged and Unplugged; Teens are invited to the Coshocton Public Library for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 740-622-0956 to register, or 2:30 - 5 p.m.

Thursday, July 22: W.L. Teen Tech Café; Teens! Free games and snacks every Thursday at the Branch Library! Celebrate Summer Reading by stopping in between Noon - 4:30 p.m. to enjoy an afternoon of laptops, snacks, friends and fun. Event will take place June 3- July 22. Space is limited. Noon - 4:30 p.m.

Monday, July 26: Books Galore Book Store; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 740-622-0956 for information.

Saturday, July 24: Books Galore Book Store; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 740-622-0956 for information.

Wednesday, July 21: W.L. Branch Coffee Chat for Adults; Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee Chat featuring eight best Selling fiction and non-fiction books presented by Cyndy Sedlock from the Good News Bookstore. Space is limited. Call 740-545-6672 to sign-up. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday, July 21: Make Waves on Wednesdays (Teens); Teens! Stop in the large meeting room between 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. to make bottle cap pins and magnets in celebration of Summer Reading. Ten lucky teens will receive a t-shirt with an iron on Summer Reading transfer to take home! Another 10 teens will receive a color changing mood pencil! 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Book of the Week Adult Fiction The Overton Windows by: Glenn Beck Adult Non-Fiction The Promise: President Obama: Year One by: Jonathan Alter Teen Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel by: Seth Grahame-Smith Children Hot Rod Hamster! by Cynthia Lord

Thursday, July 22: Lunch On The Deck--Rain location; Lunch On The Deck story time occurs every Thursday for children and their families from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Bring your lunch, we’ll provide the punch. Enjoy stories, songs, and fun. In case of inclement weather, the event will be in The Large Meeting Room. No registration is required. 11:30 a.m. - Noon

Wednesday, July 21: Make-It-Take-It Crafts; A Make-It-Take Craft can be created every Wednesday during June and July. Children, K-6th grade, are welcome to come to The Large Meeting Room anytime from 10 - 11:30 a.m. ‘Make a Splash-READ!!’ at The Coshocton Public Library. 10 - 11:30 a.m.

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Kids from all over Coshocton balloons and bean bag chairs where came to learn about Jesus at the they learned more about their daily Coshocton Christian Tabernacle’s Bible theme; crafts where they Vacation Bible School’s Power Lab. made test tube volcanoes and mixed Kids ages 4 through 4th grade were Mentos with Diet Coke; games and powered up about Jesus and got to snacks. Pastor Jason explained why do some cool science experiments it’s so important for these kids to along the way. The Vacation Bible School was have a positive experience at Bible Monday, July 12 – Friday, July 16. School. “From a church stand point, During that week, over one hundred it’s very important. Ninety-seven kids came to learn about basic percent of these kids won’t even science principals and how they make it to their teenaged years in a relate to Jesus. Every night, the kids church environment. If they don’t were able to participate in a hands-on have the opportunity now to start science experiment as well as learn to learn those things and get the from Dr. Noginhead, their astute opportunity to be in God’s presence, foreign professor. Dr. Noginhead, it’s a very highly likelihood that more commonly known as Pastor they won’t until their 30s and Jason, demonstrated his knowledge beyond or not at all. So we take it of science and Jesus Christ through very seriously. We love them to a spectacular, not-to-be-missed death too!” science experiment each evening playing in goo Kids at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle’s Vacation Bible The Bible School also collected before classes started. “Last night was actually I think School had the chance to play in a vat of goo on Friday, July 16. There were hidden pennies from all the kids and had the best,” said Pastor Jason, associate objects in the goo for them to find such as pennies, spoons, colored pencils and a contest to see who could collect youth pastor at Coshocton Christian shells. Pictured here are 1st and 2nd graders getting their hands dirty and having the most pennies – boys or girls. Tabernacle. “The experiment we fun doing it. beacon photo by beth dulaney As of Friday, the boys were in the did on stage was actually how sin lead with over 150 pennies. All the clean again. We had a bunch of kids that decided kind of makes us yucky inside. We used some that they were going to give their hearts to God money goes back into the Vacation Bible School chemicals to turn this water that was clear – it last night and I think that’s one of the best things fund for next year. was supposed to represent our lives – real dirty that we’ve seen. It was exciting and well worth The Vacation Bible School presented a program at 10 a.m. during the worship service with the things that we’re not supposed to do it.” like lying, cheating, stealing, disobeying – those After Dr. Noginhead’s amazing feats, the and demonstrated all they had learned last kinds of things. Then we took another chemical kids were dismissed to go to their stations. There week. that we had labeled Jesus and we poured into was the bubble room which was covered in it and you know what – it made all that yucky

I feel pretty: Peebles offers free makeovers

Peebles had makeup representatives from its Mount Vernon store to give makeovers to customers Friday, July 16. “Everybody likes to walk away looking refreshed and pretty and with colors that maybe they haven’t tried before,” said Kristen Pennington, representative for the Estee Lauder makeup line and a Peebles’ salesperson from Mount Vernon. Makeup was not the only item being promoted. Skin care is as important as the makeup women wear and is not only important for women. There is a men’s line too said Hope

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Dial, representative for the Clinique makeup line and Peebles’ salesperson out of Mount Vernon. “If you just do a little bit of skin care, your makeup will look so much better than if you just buy makeup and try to cover up your problems,” Dial said. Convenience to the customer was the main goal of having Pennington and Dial come. Buying makeup might require driving to Zanesville or Columbus. Now, teaching men and women about skin care (L-r) Kristin Pennington if a woman wants to and Hope Dial, makeup representatives from Mount Vernon’s Peebles came to Copurchase makeup, they shocton to give makeovers to customers on July 16. They will be returning at the can have it shipped end of August to give more makeovers to Coshocton residents Beacon photo from Mount Vernon by beth dulaney for free. In the future, call (740) 392-3193. there is hope that Coshocton Peebles’ customers Dial and Pennington plan on returning to the could stay local, Pennington said. Coshocton Peebles at the end of August for more Anyone who would like to order makeup, makeovers.


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The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, OEPA, prohibits the burning of the following materials at anytime according to Ohio Administrative Code 374519: rubber, asphalt, any petroleum or petroleum based products, tires, auto parts and plastic coated wire, garbage or any waste created by the process or handling, cooking or consumption of food and dead animals. The Ohio Administrative Code states that it is illegal to burn: 1. Within the boundaries of any municipal corporation. 2. No open burning can take place within 1,000 feet of any inhabited dwelling (the length of three football fields). 3. Within 1,000 feet of any municipal corporation having a population of 1,000 to 10,000 people. Outside preparation of food is permitted, but usually involves charcoal or a gas grill, which produces little smoke. If anyone has questions, please contact Ralph Fogle, Solid Waste Sanitarian, Coshocton County Health Department, at (740) 295-7305.

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Health Department purchases life-saving AEDs

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health department office and will be accessible whenever the building is open. The unit will be operational after the first training on July 21. The Health Department purchased the two AED units with Public Health Emergency Response (H1N1) funding. Mosier said, “We believe the AEDs will directly benefit the citizens of Coshocton County for a long time to come.”


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The Coshocton County Health Department has purchased an automatic defibrillator (AED) for the Coshocton County Services Building and a second portable unit for nursing staff to take to school and public health clinics. The AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses potentially life-threatening cardiac arrest in a person and is able to treat them through defibrillation or “shocks” to the heart. “The AED is designed for use by non-medical operators and requires minimal instruction to use,” said Christy Mosier, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator. “We have scheduled several dates with the Coshocton County’s Emergency Medical Services in order to train as many people in the building as possible to use the AEDs.” Mosier said that public foot traffic in the County Services Building is often heavy both during and after business hours. The AED will be located outside of the

is struggling with the fact that their loved one no longer is that same person.” If you would like to get involved, the Alzheimer’s Memory Group will be having a meeting on Thursday, July 22 at 9:30 a.m. at Kids America. Everyone is welcome to come. The purpose of the meeting is to focus on adding teams and talk about plans for the walk. There will also be a quilt raffle at the walk and groups will also be donating items to raffle off. All monies raised will go back into the Greater East Ohio Alzheimer’s Association for research and family support. The Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center will also have an Alzheimer’s tent at First Fridays next month with information about how you can get proactive about finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. To learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, visit the Alzheimer’s Association’s Web site at

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“I guess that’s why we’re not getting enough support that I think we need to get.” The Alzheimer’s Association needs all the support they can get. So far, there have been no survivors of Alzheimer’s disease only because there is no cure. Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease and can be fatal. In fact, it is the 7th cause of death in the United States. In the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s, the victim will begin forgetting small things such as where they parked their car or names of people they have recently met. They begin to forget recent occurrences such as the names of their grandchildren or their new friend they met at church last Sunday. They may remember someone for a brief instant and then forget the next. This evolves into forgetting their children and eventually their spouse. They may forget how to get home or may get into their car to drive to the grocery store and suddenly forget where they were going. They often remember the past quite well and will have flashbacks of their childhood. However, they can’t remember the present or the immediate past. “It’s a cruel disease and the terrible thing about it is it’s not always the patient that’s in turmoil,” said Lahna, “But that family member

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Every 70 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. According to the Greater East Ohio Alzheimer’s Association, five million Americans currently suffer from Alzheimer’s and unless something is done to prevent the disease, that number will increase by a drastic 70% to seven million by 2025. The Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for research. The Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center will be having their annual Walk on Oct. 23 at Kids America. The Walk is similar to Relay for Life in that people pledge money and teams canvas the community trying to raise money and awareness. On Thursday, July 22, Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center will be having a camp out to kick off their annual Memory Walk event. Everyone in the community is invited to come from 5 – 9 p.m. and eat hot dogs and s’mores and enjoy some entertainment. There will also be a donation booth and a raffle, although this event is not necessarily to raise money, but awareness. “There are so many people who don’t understand the real ramifications of what Alzheimer’s brings,” said Connie Lahna who works at Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation.


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On July 14, 1980, Collins Meat she passed away four years ago. “They were go-getters,” said Market opened for business on Gary, “Both of them. My dad – Main Street in Coshocton. One This was a big deal to him for me afternoon, owner Gary Collins to have my own building.” was sweeping the street in front Collins Meat Market is a of his store when another business family-oriented store offering owner approached him and asked above everything else, customer if business was tough. When Gary service with a friendly smile. answered that yes, business had They are the only Ma & Pa store been slow, the man replied, I’ll left in the Coshocton area. Family give you about a year. You won’t is important to Gary and Toby make it. Gary simply replied, I’m and they have fond memories of not a quitter. Thirty years later, Collins Meat not only their parents, but their Market is still going strong and son, Sean. They said that they can Gary is now known locally as “The remember years ago when Sean Meat Man”. Although they are used to sit on the meat block, eating no longer located on Main Street, his cereal and watching TV before Gary said that business has never school or how he would lay on the been better. The store moved to its freezer and do his homework in current location eighteen years ago 30 years in business and still going strong Gary and Toby Collins cel- the afternoon. Now, he’s away because Gary rented the building ebrated the 30th anniversary of their business, Collins Meat Market, on Wednesday, at Kent State majoring in middle on Main Street and always wanted July 14. Although they are no longer in their original location on Main Street, both Gary childhood education and is on and Toby agree that business has never been better. Collins Meat Market is located at to own his own building, so they 993 Kenilworth Ave, Coshocton. Beacon photo by beth dulaney the wrestling team. He finished packed up and moved to their last semester with a 3.8 out of a location on Kenilworth Avenue in possible 4.0. License that same year. From 1976 – 1978, Gary May of 1992. He purchased the former Shaheen’s worked in Wooster, Ohio at Young’s IGA and Employees at Collins Meat Market also Market and remodeled the entire store, with the then became the meat manager at Boyer’s IGA commented on the family-friendly work environment and how they enjoy working for help of family and friends. Since then, business in Warsaw from 1978 – 1979. has been booming partly due to better parking In January of 1980, Dick Selders purchased Gary. and a larger selection of products. a meat market on Main Street and Gary “The “We’re just like one happy family,” said Gary’s introduction into the grocery business Meat Man” Collins worked there as meat Gloria Timmerman, employee at Collins, “I started in 1973 when he was 16 years old when he manager until purchasing the business that July. like the people that come in and shop. I like the started carrying out groceries. In 1974, he started When Collins moved out to Kenilworth atmosphere here and how we can joke and let working in the meat department at Young’s IGA. Avenue in May of 1992, his family and friends ourselves go. Just a friendly and happy place to He graduated from Coshocton High School in helped a lot with the move, especially Gary’s work.” Collins Meat 1975 and earned his Journeyman’s Meat Cutting dad. offers a “When we bought it, he came in and helped,” Market said Toby, Gary’s wife, “We had to basically variety of meats and including totally gut everything and I remember him sitting groceries a 32-foot case of on the floor and laying tiles one-by-one.” meat. Gary opened his new store on Kenilworth freshly-cut Avenue in September of 1992. Gary’s dad Plans for a special passed away the following March. Thankfully, 30-year anniversary Open to Coshocton County Youth he lived long enough to see his son own his own celebration are in the Golfers & Tri-Valley School District store. Gary’s mom also helped at the store until works for next month. 4 Divisions - Elementary & Middle will play 9 holes Their store is located at Jr. High & High School will play 18 993 Kenilworth Ave. Filter Sand & Gravel for Septic Systems Elementary (entering 6th grade) Coshocton, Ohio. Stop Middle School (entering 7th/8th grade) A.D.S. Plastic Culvert & Drainage Pipe Supplier by and see “The Meat Junior High (entering 9th/10th grade) High School (entering 11/12th grade) Man”.

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Learn a little more about gardening over the lunch hour! Join Tammi Rogers for three “quick ‘n dirty” classes designed to fit into your busy schedule. There is no registration fee, simply bring your own lunch and enjoy a few moments of learning with friends. Come for one class or all three– the choice is yours. Classes will be on the following Tuesdays: July 27- Deer Ticks in Coshocton County; August 3- Composting at Home; and August 17- Five Under-used Trees for the Landscape. All classes are from 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. at the County Services Building, Room 145, 724 South 7th Street. There is no registration fee. Call or email to RSVP. If you have questions, contact Tammi Rogers, Master Gardener Coordinator at OSU Extension– Coshocton County, 724 South 7th Street, Room 110, Coshocton, OH 43812 or by phone at 622-2265 or e-mail rogers.376@osu. edu. For a complete flyer, visit www.coshocton.

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When Camp Ohio was canceled this year due to funding, the Country Kids 4-H group voted to have their own camping trip at Lake Park. Last weekend, 18 kids and counselors ages 5 - 19 arrived at the Lake Park camping grounds, ready for “Hunting Adventures in the Outdoors”, which was the main theme of the camp. The club met at Noon on Friday, July 16 and began setting up camp for the weekend. At 8 p.m., the kids enjoyed games related to hunting and fishing. The group went “fishing” for gummy nature hike Campers from the Country Kids 4-H group stayed at Lake Park bears off of fishing from Friday, July 16 – Sunday, July 18 learning about the outdoors. Campers had lures, minus the hooks just returned from their nature hike and created a collage of everything they had of course, participated found during their hike. Dominos Pizza provided the boxes for their nature collage. in a fishing relay, and Beacon photo by beth dulaney then hunted for items by the Washington Monument. That was really in a bucket of sand while blindfolded. cool.” Saturday was jam packed full of fun activities The Country Kids 4-H group is planning for the kids. The day started at 10:30 a.m. with to have another camping trip next year at Lake rocketry, lunch at Noon, and then a nature hike Park. It’s up to the kids to decide at the beginning where the kids walked through the woods and of next year. trails gathering up leaves, twigs and sticks for their nature collage. They also learned about pioneer life where they made candles and Native American life where they created beautiful beaded bracelets. After making a hobo-style dinner with their counselors, the kids enjoyed fishing in the lake. Scott Graves, leader of the group, said that the most memorable moment for him was seeing the faces of the kids as they caught their very first fish of the night. Before bed, campers enjoyed a skit around the campfire. “The 4-H camp builds confidence in youth, helps them to get over homesickness, and teaches them how to make new friends,” said Scott Graves, leader of the 4-H camp. One camper, Anisha Seitz, was lucky enough CoshoCton’s only 100 year old Course to go to Washington D.C. for a week-long trip Open fOr public play! Full service Pro Shop where she learned about government and built leadership skills. Group featuring Nike, Adidas “We met a lot of people from all over the Rates Available Shoes, Titleist, Nike Balls world,” she said, “and we got to see the fireworks $25 Sat & Sun

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American Red Cross thanks local businesses Soccer Referee classes announced The East Ohio Soccer Officials Association is offering a class leading to licensure by the Ohio High School Athletic Association as a soccer referee. Candidates will be licensed to referee at the junior varsity/varsity level and/or the middle/ junior high level. Classes will be taught by OHSAA certified instructor, Mike Remington, beginning on Monday, Aug. 2 at 6 p.m. and will consist of 19 hours of classroom instruction, 2 one-hour written exams, and 4 hours of “onfield” officiating training. Candidates will need to purchase referee uniforms and equipment for the “on-field” training during the classroom portion of the course. Cost of the course is $100 which will include the OHSAA application fee and dues, OHSAA rules book, OHSAA officials’ uniform patch, East Ohio Soccer Officials Association local dues, and all class materials. Payment will be made at the first class. To make advanced reservations, contact Mike Remington at 622-1754 or Kids’ America at 622-6657.

River View Golf Classic The River View Basketball Boosters will be sponsoring a Golf Scramble on Saturday, July 24 at Hill Top Golf Course. There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun start. If you are interested in supporting this event through hole sponsorship, donation of prizes, or team participation, contact Todd Herman at (330) 204-7826 or Toni Lee at 3275121. Cost is $50 per person which includes golf cart, ticket for door prizes, and dinner. Skins game will be available.



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Drew Baker and Jason Milliken, CHS seniors, recently returned from the World Affairs Seminar at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin where they represented the Coshocton Rotary Club. The World Affairs Seminar is a unique educational program for high school students which provides a forum for future leaders to be introduced to some of the most perplexing global issues and problems. This year’s seminar focused on the Global Freshwater Challenge. The seminar enables hundreds of the best and brightest students from all over the world to come together to study and discuss issues in a safe and non-threatening environment. In the process, participants also learn about each others’ customs,



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Upcoming Blood Drives in the Ohio Hills Chapter of the Red Cross are the following:

July 21 St. Paul Lutheran Church Newcomerstown Noon – 6 p.m. July 23 Byesville Fire Department 1 p.m. – 7 p.m. July 26 Wal-Mart Cambridge 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. July 29 Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center Cambridge 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. July 30 Cambridge Classic Ford 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. red cross meeting The Red Cross recently had their annual meeting at the Warehouse Restaurant in Roscoe Village. Front Row (l-r): Jen Fannin, Executive Director; and board members Cheryl Lowry, Carm Slabinski, Brenda Foster, Donna Underwood, Sharon Poland, Melissa Wilson, and Julie Mettler; Back Row: Caroline Johnson, Director of Programs & Services; and board members Todd Kohl, Nick Schmitt, Dave Powers, Robert Miller, and Nathan Larrick. Not Pictured: Sherry Wilkins, Bob Koscoe, Ermal Shimp, Michael Baker, and Tim Welch photo contributed to the beacon

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A patient having surgery; someone with cancer; an accident victim; a patient with a blood disorder such as sickle cell anemia; a burn victim. What do all of these cases have in common? These are just a few examples of patients who may need blood during their battle against an illness or injury. And they receive the help they need through an anonymous gift from a wonderful group of people – volunteer blood donors. Blood donors are silent heroes. They voluntarily show up at a blood drive, roll up their sleeve, and give blood to help someone they may never meet. And many donate regularly, every time they are eligible. When you ask blood donors why they give, the answers are varied. Many know someone who needed blood. Some started in high school or college. Others give because the blood drive is at their place of business, their house of worship or a local community center. And some give simply because they were asked. Ed Kisslak of Waynesboro, PA, started giving blood in 1962 when a friend from the military asked him to give his O-Negative blood to help the man’s daughter. “It still gets to me when I talk about it,” Ed said. “The girl’s mom called me crying and said I may have saved her daughter’s life.” Forty-eight years later, Mr. Kisslak has now donated 233 pints of blood, or

more than 29 gallons. As long as he is healthy and able, Kisslak said the Red Cross can count on him to continue giving blood. Gallipolis, Ohio resident Richard Neal had been reading about how much good a unit of blood can do for people when his supervisor at work told him he should go and donate. This time Neal listened to his boss and he has been a faithful blood donor ever since. Mr. Neal said donating blood gives him a good feeling of knowing that he is helping others. Neal has donated 214 units of blood, just two donations short of giving 27 gallons of blood. He has been giving blood for over 40 years. Two years ago, young Justin Meadows of Beckley, West Virginia learned first-hand how important blood donors are when he was severely injured in a motorcycle accident. He sustained extensive injuries and was given only a six percent chance of survival. He received about 100 units of blood products to address his massive blood loss. Two years later, Justin has made a remarkable recovery and works to support the Red Cross blood program, hosting blood drives and educating the public about the importance of giving blood. He and the members of his family also have become blood donors, giving whenever they are eligible. Summer and the winter holiday season are the two of the most difficult times of the year for

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the American Red Cross to recruit enough blood donors to meet the needs of patients. Schools are not in session, many businesses are on holiday, and people go on vacation. Simply put, many people are just not available to give blood at these times of the year. This summer is no different. The Red Cross asks that anyone who is eligible to give blood please consider making an appointment now to donate. All blood types are needed, especially donors with O-Negative, A-Negative and B-Negative blood. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental permission in some states), meet weight and height requirements (110 pounds or more, depending on their height) and are in generally good health may be eligible to give blood. Bring your Red Cross blood donor card or other form of positive ID when you come to donate. It must be at least 56 days since your last blood donation. To make an appointment to give blood or find a blood drive near you, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit


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Ice Cream Contest. Who makes the best Ice Cream in the Conesville area? Freeze Off Contest to be held on Friday, August 20, 6:30 p.m. at the Conesville United Methodist Church, located at 196 State Street, Conesville. Bring hot dogs, buns and chairs for wiener roast. Free condiments, ice cream, toppings, cake and drinks. Cornhole and other activities. All are welcome. Contact Larry Boal at 740-829-2023 for Ice Cream contest details or other information. Three Rivers Fire Department, located at the intersection of State Rt. 36 and State Rt. 621, Canal Lewisville, Ohio (The fire station is two miles East of

Coshocton) presents Bluegrass Music. Admission is $5.00 a person (Children 12 and under no charge) on the 4th Saturday of each month. A featured band performing each month from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Acoustic jam will follow from 9:00-11:00 p.m. July 24th, Feature Band is, Frosty Morning Bluegrass Band. August 28th Feature Band is, Awesome Possum Bluegrass Band. Sept. 25th Feature Band is, Joe Williams and Deep Water. Oct. 23rd Feature Band is, Northern Traditions, Nov .27th TBA. NO December show! New Years Eve Party 12 - 31-10 8:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m. at Agents Reality & Auction Services - Admission $5.00-(Covered Dish). Tune to the Picks and Bows Bluegrass show Sunday 8 am. on WQKT-FM104.5. Food and non-alcoholic drinks

will be available starting at 5:00 p.m. furnished by the Three Rivers Fire Department with proceeds for the fire department For info: call Duane or Clenda Hardesty 740-498-8456, 740-502-0443 Master Gardener Summer Lunch & Learn. Learn a little more about gardening over the lunch hour! Join Tammi Rogers for three “quick ‘n dirty” classes designed to fit into your busy schedule. There is no registration fee, simply bring your own lunch and enjoy a few moments of learning with friends. Come for one class or all three– the choice is yours. Classes held on the following Tuesdays: July 27- Deer Ticks in Coshocton County; August 3- Composting at Home; and August 17- Five Under-used Trees for the





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Junior and Mini Canal Days Contest. Applications are now available for the Coshocton Canal Days Junior Queen and King and Mini Queen and King Contests. The Junior Queen is for ages 6 to 8 as of Aug. 19. The Mini contest is for ages 3 - 7 as of Aug. 19. The application deadline is Aug. 2 and is available at Wilson Carpet & Furniture, Coshocton Chamber of Commerce and WTNS radio. The contest will be Aug. 19 on the Courtsquare. Any questions please call Wilson Carpet and Furniture at 622-6237.

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Landscape. All classes are from 12:15-12:45 p.m. at the County Services Building, Room 145, 724 South 7th Street. No registration fee– please call or email to RSVP. For questions contact: Tammi Rogers, Master Gardener Coordinator at OSU Extension– Coshocton County, 724 South 7th Street, Room 110, Coshocton, OH 43812, phone: 740.622.2265 or e-mail: For a complete flyer, visit:


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Church Events

Free Movie Night. Nellie Chapel UMC will host a free showing of ‘Harry and the Hendersons’ on the outside of the church on Friday, July 23. Grounds open at 8:30 p.m. Show time will be shortly after sunset. Popcorn and drink will be provided. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on. Inclement weather location will be inside the church. This 1987comedy features John Lithgow and Dom Ameche. A chance car accident introduces the Hendersons to the real-life Bigfoot, who is anything but a ferocious monster and quickly becomes a true friend of the family. They’re soon in a race against the clock to return “Harry” to his natural environment before the authorities capture him. The fur will fly in this feel-good romp – an Oscar winner for Best Makeup - the whole family will enjoy. again and again.

Women of Witness (WOW) Coshocton desires to provide faithful acts of kindness in the name of Jesus Christ. Our 8th Helping Hands School Supply Drive is currently underway, so if you know a student in need of school supplies call our office at 622-3797. If you would like to make a donation of supplies please leave items in our office drop box located at 305 Main Street. You can mail financial donations to WOW Coshocton, PO Box 742, Coshocton, OH 43812. For more information on how you can make a difference in the life of a child through Helping Hands call us at 622-3797.

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This 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1454 square foot home has loads of space and character with main floor bath, first floor laundry, foyer, central air, front porch, covered patio, vinyl siding, large 30’ X 120’ lot with a one car garage. Home is ready to move into Taxes are $307.00 per year on homestead. Parcel # 0430000116700 Call listing agent Debbie Myers 740-622-3669 or Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 for your private showing. TERMS: $1,000 nonrefundable down payment day of auction. Balance due at closing in 45 days. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing. owner has right to confirm last bid. Notes: Owner has moved and is very motivated come prepared to buy!!!!!! AUCTIONEER: PAUL BRATTON (740) 327-6331 License and bonded in favor of Dept. of Agriculture

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Building Size: 4900 sq/ft Completely remodeled 2006 Best use: Restaurant, retail or office Handicap accessible modern restrooms Large Kitchen w/Walk In Cooler & Freezer, Exhaust Hoods, Ansul, SS Sinks, Oven, Deep Fryer and Tile Floor Dining room seats 120 inc. tables and chairs Lease 2 years or longer with options Ample parking on Main St., Hickory St. Can be subdivided


First Floor 509 Main St. Coshocton, Ohio 43812

Here is a Spacious Ranch home you can move right into close to the High School. This home has 3 Bedrooms, Eat in Kit, Formal Dining Room, Large Living Room & 1 1/2 Bath on the first floor. There is a finished walk out basement w/ fireplace & Bath. There is a 2 car garage and back yard is fenced for lots of privacy. COME TO THE OPEN HOUSE JULY 29th @ 4 TO 6 PM! Terms: $3,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. The seller has the right to confirm the final bid but she lives out of state and is motivated to sell. The Real Estate will be offered first thing at 10 AM. BE PREPARED TO BUY! We will also be selling Antiques and Household items. Watch for an itemized listing later.

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Community Calendar Ice Cream Social at Central Christian Church, located at the corner of 8th and Main Streets will be Saturday, July 24 from 4 - 7 p.m. Full menu and air conditioned hall. For questions call (740) 622-5929. The Sonship Quartet from Franklin, Ohio will be sharing in song at Gospel Hill Ministry, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw on Saturday, July 24 at 7 p.m. A food stand will precede the sing beginning at 5:30 p.m. The sing will be outdoors, so bring a lawn chair for best seating. In case of inclement weather, the sing will be moved inside. A love offering will be taken for the singing ministry. For further information call 740-8243300. classified hotline 622-4ADS

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Annual Ice Cream Social. Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church Annual Ice Cream Social will be July 29th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menu will include homemade ice cream, BBQ pulled pork, shredded chicken, coney dog, hot dog, homemade noodles, baked beans, kraut salad, potato salad, cake and pie. Come and enjoy the good food and stay cool in the air conditioning. Old Fashioned Preachin’, Prayin’, Singin’ and Shoutin’ down on the public square, Coshocton Courthouse Gazebo on Saturday, August 7, 2010 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Preacher’s include Evangelist Steve Young, Brother Woody Plant and music by local Christian singers, musicians and church groups. There will be food, fellowship, fun and all is free. Event is presented by Young At Heart Ministries. All are welcome, bring lawn chairs and friends. For more information or to get involved call 740-824-0407. Vacation Bible School. Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church Vacation Bible School, Wildwood Forest, will be August 9th through August 13th from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Wildwood Forest is a fun and interactive learning experience. Children will embark on a bold adventure into the heart of God as they visit Discovery Sites throughout Wildwood Forest. Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church is located at 230 Burt Avenue in Coshocton. Call 740-622-0435 to register. Back to School Fair. New Beginnings Ministries will be hosting a Free Back to School Fair on Saturday, August 14th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 331 Church Street in Warsaw. Event includes haircuts, school supplies, back packs, gently used clothing, community information, food, games and face paint-

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Wednesday, August 4th @ 5PM Location, Location, Location! Here is a Ranch home close to the High School. This home was converted to 2 BR’s but could be moved back to 3. There are 2 BR’s, Kit, Large Living Room w/fireplace, Formal Dining Area, Family Room & 1 1/2 Bath on the first floor. Partially finished basement with bath. There is a 2 car garage and lots of shade on this level lot. Terms: $3,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. The seller has the right to confirm the final bid but is motivated to sell. The Real Estate will be offered at 6 PM. BE PREPARED TO BUY! ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Glass Front Wall Cupboard, Single Drawer Drop Leaf Table, Cherry Night Stand, Marble Top Wash Stand, Arm & Side Chairs, Longaberger Baskets, Conn French Horn w/Case, Silver King Clarinet, Some Glassware, HOUSEHOLD: Mini Jazzy Power Chair, Two Power Lift Chairs, Handicap Equipment, Full Size Bed, Matching Dresser w/mirror, Chest of Drawers & Hutch, Two Twin Beds, Dresser w/mirror & Armoire, Wooden Desk, Console & Portable TVs, Sofa & Chair, Love Seat, Kitchen Table & Chairs, Cabinet Stereo, Washer & Dryer, Lamps, Pictures, Kitchenware & Small Appliances, Bissell Sweeper, Bedding, Children Table Top Games & Puzzles, Lawn Furniture incl. a Wrought Iron Patio Love Seat, Two Honda Mowers, Wheel Barrow, Long & Short Handle Tools, 20’ Alum. Extension Ladder, Step Ladder. OWNER CRAWFORD FAMILY

Beckley Chattel Auction Location: 30065 Stricker Rd. Walhonding OH 43834. From US 62 in Martinsburg take SR 541 east 7 ½ miles to CR 38 (Woods Church Rd.) north 1 mile to Stricker Rd. east ¼ mile to auction. From SR 229 just west US 36 take CR 38 (Woods Church Rd.) south 2 ½ miles to Strick Rd. east ¼ mile to auction. Watch for Signs!

Thursday, July 22nd • 9:00am Restored Tractors – Farm Equipment – Antique Tractor Parts – Shop Tools & Miscellaneous – Signs – Toys – Primitives – Collectibles Note: Michael has been a lifelong collector of antique tractors, parts, toys, farm related items. This listing represents most of his collection. This will be a large 2 ring auction so come prepared to buy unique and interesting items all day! Contact Kaufman Auctions for a complete listing, terms, & pictures or go to

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The Fresno United Methodist Church will have a community pancake/sausage breakfast (donation only) the third Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. - Noon in the church basement located at TR 54233 TR 172, Fresno, Ohio (just west of the Fresno Post Office). Proceeds will benefit Martha’s Cupboard. “Martha’s Cupboard” is stocked with FREE household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and baby products. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church, 54233 TR 172, Fresno, OH (just west of the Fresno Post Office). Come see if we have something you need! Call 740 545-6422 for further information. The Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet is open every Thursday morning from 9 a.m. - Noon and the last Thursday of each month 9 a.m. - Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. They accept donations any week day from 9 a.m. - Noon. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw. For more information, call 740-824-3228.

Clubs and Organizations

Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc. Honoring Those Who Serve. We are mothers who have children serving in the military, guard or reserve or who are honorable discharged veterans. We are a non-profit 501©3 service organization supporting each other and our children while promoting patriotism. Blue Star Mothers of America Inc. Coshocton County Chapter is a group of caring individuals from right here at home, with a wealth of personal experiences to share. You don’t need to feel like you are the only one going through this alone. We will find our way together as we define what it means to be a part of the military family. We meet at the Nazarene Church, 1058 Orange Street in Coshocton from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month. The meeting is in room 103 next to the library. We also exchange e-mail addresses to stay connected between meeting times.

Class Reunions

The Ridgewood High 30th Class Reunion will be August 7, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at River Greens Golf Course. Cost is $50 a couple and checks can be mailed to Pam Souslin Young, 425 N 9th Street, Coshocton, OH 43812. For questions contact Pam Souslin Young at 740-502-3352, or Deb Leavengood Carpenter at 740-5457749, Ridgewood class of 1975. 35th class reunion will be August 14th at River Greens Golf Course. Social hour to start at 5:30 pm with meal to follow at 6:30. RSVP by August 6 to Curt Crouso at 740-622-6622 or email

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Extra nice 1987 Franklin Camping Trailer. Located at Lake Lila Campgrounds with 10x20 add-on. 2 storage building. Can be left in Park or taken to your own campgrounds.

This nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits in a quiet neighborhood. It features a finished basement, a wood deck built in 2008, 1 car detached garage and an additional lot #0200000034600.


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Saturday, July 31st @ 10AM 5 Acres including a 3 BR 2 story remodeled home. There is a Large Living Room. Formal Dining area, Bedroom and Full Bath on the first floor. There are 2 BR’s and a possible forth on the 2nd level. Lots of updates including Roof, Siding, Windows, Kitchen and Furnace. Gas well, Great detached Two Car Garage/Workshop and 40 x 60 Pole Building w/concrete floor. This is all situated on 5 acres close to Coshocton and Warsaw. Terms: $3,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 45 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. The seller has the right to confirm the final bid but is motivated to sell. The Real Estate will be offered first thing at 10 AM. BE PREPARED TO BUY! ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Hoosier Kitchen Cupboard, Mission Oak Library Table, Dresser w/mirror, Cedar Chest, Oak Occasional Table, End Tables, China Closet, Wooden Rockers, Folding Maple High Chair, Stone Crocks & Jugs, Wall Mirror, Sausage Stuffer, Anniversary Clock, Dresser Lamps, Comforter, Dresden Basket, Arrow Heads, Oak P.O. Boxes, Old Radio, Glassware including Carnival, McCoy & Roseville, Lamps, Snow Sleds, Metal Bed Frames, Music Boxes & Dolls. HOUSEHOLD: Matching Couch, Love Seat and Chair, Full Size Maple Bed, Matching Dresser w/mirror and Chest of Drawers, Full Size Bed Frame, Misc. Kitchenware, Oak End & Coffee Tables, Lamps, Tin Collection, Metal Lawn Chairs. TOOLS: 3 PT. Post Hole Digger, 3 PT. Round Bale Fork, Lawn Boy Mower, Reel Mowers, Wheel Barrel, Bicycles, Small Yamaha Dirt Bike, Long & Short Handle Tools, Hand Tools, Have A Heart Traps, Kerosene Heaters, Metal Desk and more. OWNER NORA RICHESSON

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Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Are you struggling with a child or children who may have ADHD? There is help in the area! There are many who may not be aware of the help, but there is a support group in Coshocton County! The group meets once a month! If you have any suggestions or ideas, please share them. The ADHD Support Group will be at St. John’s UCC, 808 Orange St. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 740-6238551 or by email at


There will be a fall parents’ meeting, on Tuesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be in the CHS Auditorium. A parent or guardian of each fall sport participant (either athlete or cheerleader) should attend. Many of the forms used for the upcoming season will be distributed, as well as meeting your son/daughter’s coach(s). There will also be a question and answer time at the end of the meeting.

Support Groups

River View Golf Classic. The River View Basketball Boosters will be sponsoring a Golf Scramble on Saturday, July 24, 2010 at Hilltop Golf Course. There will be a 9:00 am shotgun start. If you are interested in supporting this event through hole sponsorship, donation of prizes, or team participation, please contact Todd Herman @ 330-204-7826 or Toni Lee @ 327-5121. Cost is $50.00 per person which includes golf, cart, ticket for door prizes, and dinner. Skins game will be available.

tion form, contact at Susan Ziler at or pick up a form at Lafayette Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

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River View Junior High and Biddy Football Camp. The River View Football Staff and players will conduct a football camp for all players going into grades 1st through 8th on July 26 – July 29 at the River View Football Stadium. Camp times for 1st – 6th grades will be from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Camp times for 7th & 8th grade will be from 7 – 8:30 p.m. You may register at the field on the first day of camp. $10 fee. Any questions call Coach Massie at 327-3318.

Lafayette Pointe 5K Run/Walk to benefit Ridgewood Cross Country Team. The 3rd annual Lafayette Pointe 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, July 31st at 8:00 a.m. beginning and ending at Burt Park in West Lafayette. Registration is from 7:00-7:45 a.m. at the park picnic shelter. A free T-shirt will be given to the first 50 participants registered and awards will be presented to the top finishers of each age group. Early registration is $12.00 and $15.00 on day of the race/walk. Make checks payable to Ridgewood Cross Country Boosters. For information or for a registra-


New Life Ministries will host a back to school fair on Saturday, Aug. 14 from 1 – 4 p.m. at 331 Church Street in Warsaw. There will be haircuts, school supplies, backpacks, gently used clothing, community information, food, games and face painting. All services are free to the public. For more information, call Debi Durr at 330-407-0656. Transportation provided if needed. Call 740-623-3781 for transportation.


School News

Coshocton High School will have sports’ physicals for the 2010-2011 school year on Tuesday, July 27. Students/Athletes should report to the second floor entrance of the high school according to the following schedule: Seniors: 6 - 6:15p.m.; Juniors: 6:15 6:30 p.m.; Sophomores: 6:30 - 6:45 p.m.; Freshman: 6:45 - 7 p.m.; Eighth graders: 7 - 7:15 p.m.; Seventh graders: 7:30 - 7:45 p.m.; Fifth/Sixth graders: 8 - 8:30 p.m. The cost of the physical is $15. Parents and students must sign the physical card before it is valid. Parents may sign the card at registration or card may be pre-signed by picking up a card in the principal’s office of Coshocton High School prior to July 27 from your coach.

Auctions & Real Estate

The Three Rivers Class of 1965 will be having its 45th class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Coshocton Elks Club. If anyone has family or friends that were in this graduating class and they did not receive an invitation, please advise them to call Sue Davis at 740-622-3570 or email for further details.


2nd Annual Mission Red Auction Mission Red! That’s the theme for the 2nd annual live auction to be Wednesday, Aug. 18 hosted by Raven’s Glenn Winery and Italian Restaurant located at 56183 CR 143 West Lafayette, Ohio. Viewing of the auction items begins at 6 p.m.



MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM




01 Chevy Silverado

Reg. Cab, Long Bed, 2WD, 4x2, Auto, V6, Local Trade.


07 Honda Accord EX-L 34k miles, Fully Loaded.

7-13 James W. Large, Jr. & Lisa Large to James W. Large & Bernadine Large; $110,000 7-14 John H. Hault to Jonnie J. Austin & Patricia L. Austin, JLRS; $11,150 7-15 Eric J. Conkling, a.k.a. Eric Conkling & Eric Joseph Conkling, to Wells Fargo Bank N.A., not in its individual capacity but solely as trustee for RMAC Pass Through Trust Series 2010-A; $70,000 Jeffery W. Storms & Teresa J. Storms to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; $86,000 Timothy L. Rogers, Sheriff, to Douglas Hothem & Alicia Hothem; $4,759.46 Timothy L. Rogers, Sheriff, to Larry C. Haines & Crystal E. Haines; $92,100 Barbara J. Callahan, Trustee of the John W. Callahan Living Trust & the Barbara J. Callahan Living Trust, to Lawrence E. Scott & Michelle M. Scott, JLRS; $135,000 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Todd A. Endsley & Leanna R. Endsley, JLRS; $11,500 Kyle L. Dunfee & Lisa R. Dunfee to William R. Dunfee & Connie V. Dunfee, JLRS; $21,710.53

$9,990 02 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4, 83k Miles, Alloy Wheels.



Sportster, 1200, Local Trade.

4 cyl, Good in Gas, PW, PL, CD.

02 Harley Davidson 07 Honda Accord LX Tax & Title down, Rates change from 5.99% to 14%. Terms from 36 to 72 months

Marriages: Daniel Jay Maxson of West Lafayette to Heather Rae Hepner of West Lafayette Alan L. Dralle of Blissfield, Ohio to Wanda Joyce Badgett of Canton, Ohio Oliver Jamarcus Gaither of Coshocton to Cindy Lynn Newell of Coshocton Land Transfers: 7-9 Marvin F. Kieffaber & Wanda L. Kieffaber to Franklin D. Dilly & Cathy J. Dilly, JLRS; $18,500 7-12 Jerald W. Bear & Phyllis A. Bear to Daniel R. Hoge; $77,000 Kay Hothem, et al., to Joshua Haumschild & Jean Haumschild, JLRS; $98,846.80 Kay Hothem, et al., to Robert M. Buxton & Jesse Buxton; $80,859.20 Paradise Hunt Club Ltd to Aden A. Troyer & Mary Ann Troyer, JLRS; $445,000

SERVICE DEPARTMENT $30 per hour labor rate, $23.36 lube, oil & filter change

Rick “Mousie” Miller Whitey Ashcraft Open M & Th. until 7pm CALL US

Justin Huntington

623.2200 1102 Chestnut St, Coshocton at the 5-way light  us out on the net at ltd.

706 Otsego Ave • 524 South 7th St • Coshocton SALES & DETAIL | 622-8350 MECHANICAL SERVICE | 622-4656

50 UNDER $5,000! Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale 65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton • 740-622-8811


Fully Loaded, Leather, Moonroof, Local Trade.

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Dissolutions Ann Y. Shaw of Coshocton from Woodrow A. Shaw of Coshocton

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awesome items and at help those in need at the same time.” This is certainly an event you won’t want to miss as there is something for everyone! Auction items are from local businesses as well as businesses across the country. Items include sports memorabilia and tickets, autographed sports photos, tickets to major attractions, crafts, Longaberger baskets, collectables, and gift certificates for just about anywhere and anything you can imagine to name a few. Any questions about the event should be directed to the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills (Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, and Noble Counties) at (740) 622-0228. The American Red Cross is a proud United Way Partner Agency.

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with the live auction to begin at 6:30 p.m. with Auctioneer Jim Nelson. Come early and eat dinner in the restaurant. It’s prime rib night at Raven’s Glenn. Hor d’oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available all evening. The chairperson for the event is Robert Miller who leads the enthusiastic auction committee. The group has been planning the event for some time and has been gathering items to be auctioned off from everywhere you can imagine. “The mission of the evening is to raise funds to help your local Red Cross support local victims of disaster,” said Jen Fannin, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills. “The auction is a great way to get some


Auto Sales


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CLASSIFIED ADS 10-2. CR27 towards Warsaw beside Bethlehem Grange. Kids clothes, tires, rims, woodburner, dishes, toys, adult clothes, lots of misc.

Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washer, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. Call Kevin at 740390-5114. No phone New Life Ministries, 727 S 7th Street, Satcalls after 6pm. urday, July 31, 9am23 acre wooded area 4pm. Baked goods, in Jefferson Town- metal school desks ship. $44,900. 740- and chairs, lots of misc items 622-125

For sale, washer and dryer $50 each. Telescope $40. Lift chair $200. 740-622-7848 PETS Adopting a pet? Animal Adoption Center Thrift Store has kittens, cats, puppies , dogs. All are altered, shots, wormed. Save a life, Adopt! 504 Main Street. Mon.Fri. 11am-5pm. Sat. 11am-2pm POLE BUILDINGS Stoltzfus Pole Buildings, 62x140x16 $78,446. 100x140x16 $87,500. “A level cut above our competition” 740-294-9636

Standing Timber or MOBILE HOMES chipwood. 5 acres or FOR RENT more. Contact 740Newly remodeled 545-9227. mobile homes for WANTED TO rent. 1031 CassingLEASE ham Ave. 740-6101070 Hunting land for 2010 Season. Re- ACREAGE FOR sponsible Michigan SALE hunter. Call 989-3627267 leave message 23 acre wooded area in Jefferson Township $44,900. 740APARTMENTS 622-1251 FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-6229791 today! 1BR, 2nd floor, gas heat, all appliances, off street parking, no pets. References, deposit and least. 740622-6155



Boy Scout patches and memorabilia one patch or entire collections. Call 740-623-0793 leave message or email

House for rent, 2 or 3 bedrooms, garage, central air. Deposit required, $450 per month plus utilities. Willing to HUD approve. Leave message at 740-2020258

SUV’s 03 Nissan Xterra 4x4, 62k miles. $11,495. 740-623-8337 05 Jeep Liberty Renegade, sunroof $ 13,395. 740-6238337 08 GMC Envoy SLT, heated positional seats, running boards. $20,995. 740-623-8337

6 acres of wooded home site, excellent Got something you hunting-deer, turkey, really want to sell!? etc. Road frontage, Put it in front of CR24, Gospel Hill thousands of readarea. $15,000. 740- ers in The Coshocton 502-7650 County Beacon classifieds! HOMES FOR SALE Call Nicole at House for sale, 622-4ADS (4237) 3BR, 2BA ranch style or fax to home. 925 Green 623-9937 Drive. Coshocton. or visit us at $80,000. Call 740226 Main St.! 622-1251 MOTORCYCLES 1986 Gold Wing cycle, 1200c.c., loaded, nice condition, Aspencade $2,500. 740-622-7554. MUST SELL. No answer leave message

CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINES Friday at 5 p.m. (Prior to Wednesday Publication) Place your order by phone: 740-622-4237 or fax: 740-623-9937 • Place your ad via e-mail: Stop In – 226 Main St. Coshocton

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FARM EQUIPMENT Saturday, July 24th; 9-? Adams Mills. 5ft. brush hogs, full Girls clothes, 0-4T, type & 3-point. 740- adult clothing, purses, home décor, an824-4307 tiques GARAGE/YARD Yard Sale, Friday SALES and Saturday, July 2-3 Family Yard 30-31; 9-5. Rain or Sale. 223 Vine Street, shine. 1107 Denman Rear. Saturday, July Ave. Lots of misc. 24th; 9-3. Clothes, GUNS household. Cleaning house! Something Winchester 1873 for everyone! model, octagon barKeene Community rel, lever action, 38 Garage Sales, Fri. caliber, excellent conJuly 23; 9-5. Sat. July dition in and out. 100 24; 9-3. Furniture, years old. $1,000. boat motors, tools, 740-545-6759 children and adult MISC ITEMS clothes, toys, much, much more. 2000 Springdale Multi-family sale. camper, sleeps 4, Friday, July 23; 10- 21ft., excellent condi5. Saturday, July 24; tion, self contained.

1988 Bayliner, excellent condition, very few hours, cover included, 18ft. 740622-3758

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July 21, 2010 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 3, Number 12