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doing it for the firefighters Pablo Neal finished strong at the fifth annual Coshocton Firefighters 5K run for Muscular Dystrophy held

on Saturday morning, August 7. 125 runners and walkers participated in the event, which is sponsored by the Coshocton IAFF 216. Neal said, “This is a great charity and I’m just trying to help out. I know a lot of the guys on the squad and like to help them out whenever I can”. Pictured background is Matt Johnson. Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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Local firefighters and impassioned running enthusiasts joined together at the Courtsquare early Saturday morning to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. Steve Wilson, President of IAFF Local #216, said, “We’re looking at over 125 participants this morning. This is our fifth year for the race. We started out with 34 the first year so we’ve really grown. All of the money raised goes to Muscular Dystrophy. Giving to MDA goes back over fifty some years because the International Association of Firefighters wanted to find a national cause to raise money for and MDA was brought up and that’s where we’ve donated for over fifty years”. Referencing the event sponsors, Wilson added, “The businesses here in Coshocton are just unbelievable. I know times are tough but they always dig down deep to help us out”. Kamryn Anisa, age 4, was on hand at the finish line with mom Vikki to root for her Dad (Jay McGinnis) during the race. She said, “One time we ran with Daddy. Mommy and me. She was tired”. Jenny Bitting, spokesperson for the Muscular Dystrophy Association out of Akron, said, “This is a very well organized and very successful

event. We have a fifty BY Mark fortune plus year long tradition for the firefighters to partner with Muscular Dystrophy. They help raise money to find a cure for any of the forty three MDA diseases. Yesterday they were out filling the boot, which is the most traditional form of fund raising. It’s great and appreciated that they raise money for us”. Payton Wright and Ali Dawson, who will be sophomores at River View this fall, were racing to better their times. The pair will be on the cross country team this fall. Tracey Kinyo, who resides in Linwood, North Carolina, recorded the fastest female time, 19:32. She commented, “I use this for training in trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon. These races help you get faster. My mom and dad live in Sugarcreek so it’s close when I’m visiting. I really like the course – and the organization is great. I was surprised that the race director remembered me from last year – things like that are what make this event enjoyable. My goal is to have a time under 20 minutes. I normally run two or three times per month”.

United Way kick-off event “A Taste of Coshocton County” coming this month

It’s time to bring your appetite once again to ‘A Taste of Coshocton County’ – the 201011 United Way campaign kick-off event. The event will be Thursday, Aug. 26 from 5:30 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Park Pavilion. Suzanne Clark, Executive Director of United Way, said there are already a number of area restaurants and caterers signed up to participate including Auer Hardware, Buehler’s Mill, Captain Nye’s of Roscoe Village, Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, Coshocton Town & Country Club, Coshocton Yard, Friendly Hills Camp Catering, Lava Rock Grill, Padgett’s Old Fashioned Donuts, Papa John’s Pizza, Pearl Valley Cheese, Peggy Sue’s Steak & Ribs, Schumaker Farms Catering, Warehouse Steak & Stein, and Yucatan Mexican Restaurant. “Community members attending the event will get to vote for their favorite vendor by dropping their event ticket after its use into the participant’s vote jar,” Clark said. “The vendor with the most tickets at the end of the event will be declared the ‘Best of Coshocton’.” Live music will be onstage throughout the evening. Tickets for ‘A Taste of Coshocton County’ are $10 for adults and includes 10 tastes from the participating restaurants and caterers. Tickets

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are $5 for children ages 12 and under. This year, each person will need a ticket to enter the event. Tickets can be purchased from the United Way office at 448 Main Street, Coshocton or from any United Way board member. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door that night. In addition to the tasting that evening, United Way will raffle off 13 Longaberger baskets generously filled by each of the United Way agencies. The filled market baskets are valued at more than $200 each. Raffle tickets will be available during the tasting event or can be purchased in advance at the United Way office or from any of the 19 partner agencies. Those agencies include American Red Cross, The Arthritis Foundation, The Mentoring Center, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts, First Step FVIS, Coshocton County Handicapped Society, Maternal & Child Health Center, Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), Salvation Army, The Tutoring, Learning, Contributing (TLC) Program, Coshocton Recreation, Canal Lewisville Recreation, Conesville Recreation, Ridgewood Recreation, Rising Tide Aquatics Program, Roscoe Recreation, Union Recreation and Warsaw Recreation. This is the sixth year for ‘A Taste of Coshocton County’ and Clark says the event has grown each year. “We had over 600 attendees last year. We are thrilled with the community’s support for this event. It’s a lot of fun, you get to sample delicious tastes from the vendors, and it’s something you don’t want to miss!” Clark says the goal for the upcoming campaign is $350,000. All proceeds raised from ‘A Taste of Coshocton County’ will go toward the 2010-11 United Way campaign.

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Coshocton Athletic Department would like to invite the community for its annual “Meet the Team” night at Stewart Field on Wednesday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. Student athletes and coaches of all fall sports and cheerleading will announce their squads and comment on the upcoming season. Come out to Stewart Field and join our Marching Band as we kick off the fall sports season. Go Redskins!

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Casey Claxon, who heads up the volunteer committee effort for the Airport Amphitheater, commented, “This is our second of four shows that will be held here at the amphitheater. Our committee wanted at least one show to be free each season and tonight’s performance is sponsored by Auer Ace Hardware. Coshocton Village Inn & Suites hosted the band and that is appreciated”. Earlier, Claxon introduced the band and thanked everyone for attending.


A i r p o r t Amphitheater President Mike Morris said, “We’re real thrilled with the turnout, we have a big crowd and they just keep coming. I think as more people find out about it, come out and have a good time like tonight, they’re going to know that what we can do is unlimited. This is such a great facility – we can do everything from musicals to dramas and everything in between”. “All Systems Go” band performs at Airport Amphitheater A i r p o r t Several hundred people enjoyed the Saturday evening performance, including these three ladies from Newcomerstown; (L to R), Nancy Gadd, Mary McVicker Administrator Bethel and Judy Zeidler. The trio frequent Limburg’s Patio Grill and said they were enjoy- Toler remarked, “It just ing the concert. Beacon photo by Mark fortune shows you that when people come together, A beautiful summer evening and a tranquil setting and work together, set the stage for the second performance to be they can make a dream come true- make a held at the new Coshocton Airport Amphitheater thought happen. It will be a tremendous success”. featuring the US Air Force Band, “All Systems Toler also commented on the construction of the Go”, a seven member group that performed hits airport runway extension, saying, “The runway from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Sponsored by extension started last Monday with the rest of the Auer Ace Hardware, the evening’s entertainment grant coming Monday, (Aug. 9). We’re going on was highlighted by recognizing area veterans. to 5,000 feet and get this done”.

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elected and perennial Members of the Dallas Cowboy favorite, Coshocton County number 22, Emmitt REACT, Three Rivers Smith. I couldn’t stop Fire District and others watching. Smith spoke involved deserve eloquently about the appreciation for the role his parents, former honor guard and respect coaches, Jerry Jones and bestowed upon Harry teammates played in Wayne Pigman, who his life and how he set passed away on August specific goals to attain 2. Last week, members his dream; playing in the of the Three Rivers Mark fortune NFL and especially for the fire department lovingly placed the casket on a fire truck for Dallas Cowboys. He also set a goal transport to the cemetery in a tribute to break the great Walter Payton’s fitting for a former assistant fire chief record; a record that many said would at the then South Tuscarawas Fire never be broken. You might recall that Department, now known as the Three they said the same thing about Hank Rivers Fire District. Pigman was also Aaron’s home run record. Records a volunteer with Coshocton County are made to be broken but the pundits REACT since 1997. Thanks Harry are predicting that this one may not be. Smith’s 18,355 rushing yards for serving our community. Two great local favorites fill during almost three decades in the the docket this weekend – the NFL may be out of reach for today’s homecoming with tractor pulls players and passing prone teams of and food, food and more food in the NFL. Smith thanked everyone – Bakersville on Friday, Saturday and including God, which I thought was Sunday and the GAR bean dinner a positive example to set for someone high atop the hill in Newcastle on of his caliber. Sunday afternoon. About as far apart Speaking of football, as many of from each other and still located you know, our local football teams in Coshocton County – you can are currently conducting two a days. rest assured that some will make As the school year comes ever closer, the trek to both events for the food, the beck and call of Friday night lights fellowship and tradition. Following shining on the emerald green grass in those footsteps is the always fun means another year of football draws and tradition filled Canal Festival on near. And our beloved Buckeyes enter Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August the season as the Big Ten favorite. But 20, 21 and 22. Just prior to school let’s not forget about the young men starting (kids, did you know that was and women that are enduring the heat coming so soon?), the Canal Festival and humidity of August practicing and the heritage it draws upon in our for the band, soccer, cross country, community is always enjoyable. golf or volleyball teams. Regardless On the sports scene, Tiger has of what sport or pursuit, all of our imploded and the Football Hall of youngsters need appreciated as a new Fame has seven new members. I had a school year looms closer. chance to watch (well, channel surfing anyway) the speech from newly

Local student named to Dean’s List Courtney Alicia Timmons of Coshocton was named to the Dean’s list at The Ohio State University for the Spring quarter of 2010 with a 3.9 GPA. Courtney is the daughter of Denise Timmons of Coshocton and a 2009 graduate of River View High School. While attending RVHS, she was a 4-year varsity swimmer, National Honor Society member, 4-year honor roll and graduated in the top 10% of her class. Courtney was the 2009 recipient of “Land Grant” and will be a sophomore this fall in Columbus majoring in Chemistry with a minor in German. While attending classes Courtney works at the campus fitness center as a lifeguard. She is currently employed at Lake Park Aquatic Center a 3rd year lifeguard and teaches private swimming lessons. Courtney volunteers with


the Towne Centre Association and also the Red Cross and Swimming for Diabetes.


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Coshocton Hospital continues its mission to provide excellent health care in Coshocton County. The hospital’s emergency department continues to operate at the national level and is continuously looking for opportunities to better serve the community. Coshocton Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Lawrence Lewis has joined their staff as full time Director of the Emergency Department. Dr. Lewis was born in Canada and became a United States citizen in 2004. He completed his medical degree at the University of Toronto in 1984. Dr. Lewis received his Board certification in Emergency Medicine in 1996. He also has several certificates including Advanced Cardiac Life Support (Provider and Instructor), Advanced Trauma Life Support (Provider and Instructor) and a Certified Basic EMT Instructor. Dr. Lewis and his wife Patricia have one daughter, Amy. In his free time, Dr. Lewis enjoys cross country skiing, golf, in line, ice skating and jogging. Jason Bryant, Associate Director of Nursing, is looking forward to Dr. Lewis being a part of the hospital staff. “We are anxious for Dr. Lewis



Over 30 Coshocton students perform at the Ohio State Fair in the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir

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includes waking up to the sounds of “The Morning Show” brought to you by the staff members. Breakfast is at 8:15 a.m. and then rehearsal outside in the tents begins. At around 10:45 a.m., the choir lines up for their long trek over to the Martin Janis Senior Center for an 11 a.m. concert. After the concert is lunch, either in the cafeteria or on the fairgrounds, and then a performance at the Main Street Stage at 1:30 p.m. After a brief united in song Mr. Charles R. Snyder of Coshocton directs the All-Ohio State concert in the Bricker Fair Youth Choir during last Thursday’s performance at the Main Street Stage at Building, the choir the Ohio State Fair. Over 30 youth from Coshocton participated in the choir this performs at the Ohio year, which is made up of over 200 selected vocal students throughout Ohio. Department of Natural Beacon photo by beth dulaney Resources at 3 p.m. and thousands and then marches in the daily parade at 4 p.m. of State Fair The choir usually ends their day at 7 p.m. with a concerts. It was at t’s to watch a miracle concert on the Voinovich Lawn. this time that Gov. happen every year because When asked about her favorite memory James Rhodes it’s the impossible thing,” from this year’s fair, first-year member Kayla dubbed the choir - Mr. Charles R Snyder Cowden of Coshocton said, “The friendships the “Singing Director of the Choir that I’ve made and bonding with everyone. It’s Ambassadors of also taught me time management. You learn Goodwill”. to balance your time very well here and to be Mr. Thomas faithfully led the Youth Choir cooperative, especially in the heat.” until his death in 1991. In 1992, Mr. Charles The choir was founded by Glenville D R. Snyder took over the position and has never Thomas in 1963 who wanted young singers looked back. He has continued the choir’s to have a traditions and began a new tradition in 1995 similar musical eing with all my with the birth of the Cardinal Chorale, a 40-voice experience as friends is what sticks out in crème de la crème ensemble that performs members of my mind and when you have concerts throughout Ohio, including an annual the All-Ohio really powerful songs that Christmas concert in Pickerington, Ohio. State Fair Band, just gets your emotions out. “It’s to watch a miracle happen every year founded in 1925. Nothing really specific. Just because it’s the impossible thing,” said Mr. For 29 years, all those things put together Snyder, director of the Youth Choir, “To be able Mr. Thomas make it amazing.” to come together and give up the individuality led the choir in - Laura Mould they’ve learned at their own school, whatever national parades, 4-year member of the Choir particular way they sing, and to come together European tours on common ground and in a few days – it’s like learning a whole other language for a lot of them. The fact that that happens and they have Proud to have served the people of Coshocton and our fun doing it is a miracle.” surrounding communities for over 113 years! Mr. Snyder has a group of staff members Specializing in Custom Design, Etching and Carving of Fine Memorials who share his same vision – to see the Youth Granite • Marble • Bronze • Mausoleums Choir grow in their musical talents and to share Cemetery Lettering & Cleaning their gift with the audience. Most staff members



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COLUMBUS - Sunday, Aug. 8 marked the last day of the 2010 Ohio State Fair. Over 200 members of the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir tearfully packed up their bags, said goodbye to old and new friends, and took just one more look around the fairgrounds before heading home. For most fairgoers, the Ohio State Fair means carnival games, bumper cars and chocolate covered bacon. But for the members of the All Ohio State Fair Youth Choir, the State Fair has a whole other meaning: singing, friendships and a lot of hard work. While the State Fair didn’t start until July 28, over 200 selected high school students from around the state of Ohio came to the fairgrounds a week early to begin rehearsal. In the five days prior to the fair, the singers practice and memorize more than 60 songs that they performed throughout the fair for more than 1,000 fairgoers. With an average of five performances a day, the Youth Choir performed over 100 concerts by the end of the fair. Between going to various concert sites and marching in the daily parade each day, the choir marches about 10 miles a love being with the day. Although it kids and I love the impact sounds grueling, that this organization has in members of the Ohio.” choir wouldn’t - Devon Duling trade a moment Staff member for anything. When asked about her favorite memory, Laura Mould of River View and fourth-year member of the choir said, “Being with all my friends is what sticks out in my mind and when you have really powerful songs that just gets your emotions out. Nothing really specific. Just all those things put together make it amazing.” Although the choir’s schedule changes dayto-day, a typical day at the fair for these students

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Coshocton Hospital has Pro-Am Golf Tournament to raise money

This is the fourth year of the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Pro-Am Golf Tournament at West Lafayette’s River Greens Golf Course. 36 teams showed up on Friday, Aug. 6 for this year’s tournament, which started at 10 a.m. “It’s the most teams we’ve ever had,” said Steve Miller, the director of special services.


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Choir....................................... talked about one particular memory that will be with him forever about his experiences at the Fair. “I remember my first rehearsal sitting in the tents. I was sitting next to two four-year members and they knew everything. So I was like, ‘Whoa! What’s going on?’ I had no idea and they had all of the songs memorized too, so they didn’t have any music, so I was like, ‘This is crazy!’” When asked about his favorite song, Aaron Owens of River View and second-year member said, “That’s a hard one actually. Well, my favorite new song is probably ‘Peace in this House’. It just has a really cool message – just basically let there be peace.” To learn more about the Youth Choir, visit their Web site at www.

return year after year just to see this vision come to life. “I love being with the kids and I love the impact that this organization has in Ohio,” said Devon Duling of Coshocton. He has been with the Youth Choir for 14 years, four years as a member and 10 years on staff. Kyle Blust of Coshocton, firstyear member of the Youth Choir, agrees that the staff has been more than helpful in helping the Youth Choir learn and memorize their songs. When talking about his biggest hurdle to overcome, Kyle said, “Probably just the amount of music we have to learn in such a small time. That’s always difficult for everybody but the staff makes it really easy and they make it doable. Without them, it couldn’t be done.” Andrew Frank of Coshocton and fourth-year member of the choir


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Typically, the event raises between $20,000 and $25,000 for the hospital. The money goes in hospital’s endowment fund, which is used for future renovations and building projects at the hospital, Steve Miller said. There have not been any major purchases made from the endowment fund, so the money raised by the tournament has helped to strengthen the fund, said Bob Miller, CEO of Coshocton Memorial Hospital. The goal is have more than $1 million in the fund. “It’s an opportunity that we can highlight Coshocton, highlight River Greens Golf Course … and promote the hospital all at the same time,” Bob Miller said. Bob Miller said that he expects that the tournament will grow in the future.


FORe! Matt Creech of Mt. Vernon tees off at the first hole at River Greens Golf Course. Creech was one of the amateurs playing at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Beacon

Miller said that he thinks the tournament keeps growing for a couple of reasons. “It’s a class act outing. The money is good for the pros. The amateurs have an opportunity to win shop credit,” he said. The teams are made up of three amateur golfers and one professional golfer. Some teams bring their own professional golfers, while other teams ask that the tournament provides a professional for them, Steve Miller said. It costs $100 for an amateur to play and $125 for a professional to participate in the tournament. “We get the support of the community … we have local teams who play,” he said. Teams can come from as far away as West Virginia and Pennsylvania. The players will play one round of 18 holes. It usually takes five hours for all the teams to finish playing. After they are finished playing, the players are provided with a meal. The tournament has a shotgun start, meaning that each team starts on a different hole. So, a team could start on the 10th hole, which is considered the most difficult. There were four prizes on four separate holes for anyone who got a hole-in-one. One prize was a Ford Focus, which was provided by DeCosky Ford. Other prizes included a golf outing, an opportunity to go to a golf resort and a global positioning system.



First performance at the all-new Coshocton Airport Amphitheater a success Around 200 people were in attendance at the inaugural performance at the outdoor Coshocton Airport Amphitheater on July 31 for the Jonathan Kingham concert, which was sponsored by the Jeff Drennen Dealerships. Kingham on guitar and vocals, and Ryan Shea Smith on keyboard and vocals, entertained the audience with a mix of jazz, rhythm and blues, folk, and freestyle ad lib lyrical numbers. The audience enjoyed sitting on the hillside on blankets and chairs among the beauty of the outdoors with the wooded backdrop, ever-changing sunset in the sky, singing tree frogs, and even a rainbow, which many took to be a good sign for the future of the Airport Amphitheater. Kingham and Smith play over 100 concerts each year throughout the country. They spent several days in Coshocton last week having songwriting workshops for youth and adults at FRETS in Coshocton. “It’s great to come into a community like Coshocton and get to spend a few days getting to know the local people,” said Kingham. “We have a really cool life where we get to travel around the country holding songwriting workshops and performing.” The attendees of the youth and adult workshops got to perform the songs they wrote with Kingham and Smith during the concert. Two of the youth participants were Skylar and Jade Hasseman. “It was a lot of fun,” said Skylar. “We learned about songwriting and how to brainstorm ideas when you get stuck looking for the right words.” “We learned a lot of things and got to hang out with Jonathan and Ryan which was fun,” said Jade. “It was great getting to perform the song we wrote on the stage tonight.” “We loved Coshocton!” said Smith. “The songwriting workshop events we had here were some of the best we’ve ever had. We really connected with the group more than with any other and wrote a really neat song with the adult group that may have a chance to be cut in the country market in Nashville.” “This new Airport Amphitheater is a really

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cool thing and I would encourage the local people to support it,” said Kingham. “I’m impressed by what you have started here and I’m excited to come back again and see what additions have been made. The acoustics are great here. I had someone even come up to me after the concert and tell me how she appreciated that she could hear and understand the lyrics.” Mike Morris, Director of the play on Ryan Shea Smith and Jonathan Kingham performed at the first concert Coshocton Airport at the Coshocton Airport on Saturday, July 31. About 200 people came to watch the Amphitheater, was inaugural event. Beacon photo by jan myers pleased with the more information about Jonathan Kingham, go venue’s first event. “We are happy with the support of this first to performance,” he said. “We had great community The Coshocton Airport Amphitheater involvement and the songwriting workshops offered a free concert Saturday, Aug. 7, at 7 p.m., sponsored by Auer Ace Hardware. The were a big hit.” Kingham and Smith have worked extensively US Air Force Band of Flight ‘Systems Go’ is in Nashville writing and recording with some of a popular music combo stationed at the Wright the top writers and players there and both plan Patterson Air Force Base. They perform a mix to relocate to Nashville this fall. Smith is known of 70s, 80s and 90s classic rock, providing fun for his masterful songwriting and impressive entertainment for the entire family. “We wanted command of the keyboard. He has released two to offer a free concert for the community and albums, his most recent being Stay Awhile. For this group, with their ‘airport’ tie-in and patriotic more information about Ryan Shea Smith, visit nature, was a perfect fit,” said Morris. “We are sure the audience will truly enjoy this group Kingham has won several songwriting and we hope people take advantage of this free awards including taking first place in the National event.” Telluride Troubadour Songwriting Contest, The The Amphitheater is located at 24632 Unisong International Song Contest, as well as Airport Road, across from the Richard Downing placing two years in a row in the top five in the Airport. Parking is free for all events. For more John Lennon Song Contest. He took first place information about the upcoming events at the in the USA Songwriting Competition in the Folk Coshocton Airport Amphitheater, go to www. Category and took the Overall Grand Prize Award or call out of a worldwide field of 33,000 entries. His (740) 622-4877. singing has been featured in films, soap operas and television. He has recorded several albums, his most recent being Smooth Out the Lines. For

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of Coshocton High School had their 60th year reunion on Saturday evening, July 24 at the Coshocton Elks Lodge. Forty-four classmates and guests attended. The group was entertained on Friday evening at the home of Pooch and Mary Alice Blackson. First Row (l-r): Donna Mae (Denman) Gamble, Paul Cummings, Kathleen (Wilson) Roof, Patricia (Rose) Holder, Nancy (Norman) Latier, Natalie (Lewis) Ott; Second Row: Dorothy (Rea) Totsch, Ruth (Frye) Richardson, Gloria (Williams) Jones, Mary Alice (Wilson) Blackson, William Matthews, Carol (Ames) Mitchell; Third Row: Robert Umstott, Allen Allman, Harold Rine, Cliff McCormick; Fourth Row: Robert L. Jones, Jim Nelson, Lowell Heinke, Robert Nilles, Carl Call, Sam Appis, and Richard Baumgardner. photo submitted

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August 13th, 1950 To celebrate the centennial, West Lafayette created a “special police force.” The task of the all-women unit was to enforce the new rule that demanded that men grow facial hair in honor of the village’s pioneer forefathers. The force, which was sworn in by Mayor Raymond Glazier, was made up of Evelyn Walker, Sandy Shaw, who was the 1949 homecoming queen, Mary Mobley, Martha Patterson, Nancy Helmereich, Joann Cutshall, Roberta Baker and Janett Smith. All men caught shaved or shaving had to pay a 25 cent fine and a $1 “whiskers pass,” all of the proceeds went to the swimming pool fund.


August 15th, 1960 Neighbors and Coshocton residents were invited to swim for free at Avondale swimming club’s opening day for its new pool. The pool, located on Hillcrest Drive, was 30 feet by 60 feet and ranged from three feet to nine feet deep.


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west lafayette class of 1950 The 1950 class of West Lafayette Central High had their 60th class

reunion at the Ridgewood High School auditorium on June 5. Front Row (l-r): Pat Schumaker Zwilling, Rosemary Green Art, Josephine Green Gephart, Wilma Rust Westhoefer, Jessie Summers Miller, L. June Van Dusen Miller; Second Row: Gene Apple, Marjorie Phillips Smith, Cherie Briner Cole, Esther Maxwell Crouso; Back Row: Dick Walker, Edgar Lower, Archie Henderson, Charles Peiter, Glen McCoy, Harvey Young. Absent from the picture when taken were Ed Smith and Jim Stull. Unable to attend the alumni were Olive Hall Gilmore, Pat Cramblett Taylor, Edith Stahl Griffith, Col. David Baird, Jim Foster, Jack King, and Martha Sycks. Deceased members are Barbara Hoffman Patterson, Miles Waggoner, Shirley Zinkon, Wayne Conway, Milton Bucklew, Jack Dohoney, Fred Wahl, and Bruce Conway. photo submitted to the beacon


August 16th, 1980 The 10th annual Canal Days Festival began. Linda Vernon was crowned queen. Jennifer Lowe was crowned the first ever little princess. Vernon competed against nine other girls and Lowe competed against 17, ranging from age 6 to 9. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

Raymond G. Baker became the new Ridgewood High School principal. Baker, 41 at the time, came from Elyria High School, where he was the workstudy coordinator. Baker, married and father of four, and former-principal Bill Caudill were friends and that is how he came to hear about the new position.

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celebrated his 90th birthday on Friday, July 23. His two sons, Robert Gardner, registrar and professor of sociology at Southwestern Adventist University near Fort Worth, and Noel Gardner, a psychiatrist from Salt Lake City, came to help celebrate. Dr. and Mrs. Gardner live with their daughter Jo Lynne and her husband Greg Owen. Grandson, Evan Owen and wife Joni drove Friday night from Chattanooga to spend Saturday with the family. None of their other seven grandchildren were able to make the trip. Dr. Gardner spent the last 30 years of his career in public health and lifestyle education including 10 years on the faculty of Thomas Jefferson medical school in Philadelphia. He and his wife take no prescription medications and he attributes his longevity to lifelong vegetarianism and a healthful lifestyle. photo contributed to the beacon

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Singing for ohio The Fidelity Title office in Coshocton hosted a special guest on Monday, Aug. 2. The first lady of Ohio, Mrs. Francis Strickland, came to the county to speak with local Democrats and to thank them for their hard work in helping with the governor’s election campaign. While there, the first lady also entertained with a song she wrote entitled, “The Dems are going four more years”. She said that she believes Ohio is heading in the right direction. Also discussed was the birthday party counties all over Ohio were giving for Governor Strickland and President Obama, who both had their birthdays on Wednesday, Aug. 4. beacon photo by beth dulaney

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“Good food and fellowship” Those are the words Marjorie Erman (L) used to describe the reason why she attended the Keene United Methodist Church ice cream social on Thursday evening, Aug. 5. Ice cream social organizer Sue Adams (R) dished up the ice cream. Your opportunity to sample the delicious homemade fare that graces the tables at area socials is winding down. When asked about the impact of the social, Keene UMC Pastor Dairel Kaiser said, “As you take a look around, you can see the fellowship that goes on, it’s a nice cool, comfortable place, and people can get in out of the hot weather. It’s a place where people cookin up some dogs Employees of Coshocton Tribune media served hot can come together and talk, and reminisce about all sorts of things”. Kaiser added, dogs, chips and a smile during the First Friday celebration on August 6, commemo“Proceeds from the event go to support a lot of good ministries at the church and rating the beginning of 101 years of publishing. Kids could try their hand at a pain the community. It helps the church community and extends beyond the church”. per delivery game, have their face painted and more. From L to R are employees; Michelle Thornsley, Stephanie Slifko and Angie Lindsey. beacon photo by beacon photo by mark fortune

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Learn a little more about gardening over the lunch hour! Join Tammi Rogers for a “quick ‘n dirty” class 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. The next class will be Aug. 17 entitled Five Under-used Trees for the Landscape. Classes are from 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. at the County Services Building, Room 145, 724 South 7th Street. No registration fee. Call or email to RSVP. Contact Tammi Rogers, Master Gardener Coordinator at OSU Extension– Coshocton County with questions. The OSU Extension office is located at 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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The 143rd annual Grand Army of the Republic Bean Dinner will take place Sunday, Aug. 15, the customary third Sunday in August, at McElwee Park in New Castle. The day begins with church services hosted by The New Castle Ministries at 10 a.m. and everyone is welcome. The flag raising at 11:15 a.m. is followed by a full menu meal including sandwiches, potato salad, coleslaw, homemade pies, cakes and such specialties as soup beans, cooked over an open fire in iron kettles, and cornbread. Homemade ice cream will be made available by Phil Ingmire. Entertainment by Chestnut Ridge Bluegrass Gospel commences at 11:45 a.m. followed by a performance by the Walhonding Rube Band at 1 p.m. and the crowning of the new Bean Queen or King. In addition, people are invited to be a part of some new games, such as corn hole, and many old-fashioned family games throughout the day. Local officials and candidates will be on the grounds to visit and listen to concerns. The GAR Bean Dinner is an annual commemoration of the Charles C. Nichols Post, formed in 1867. Historically, the dinner was on the Nichols Farm west of New Castle. On bequeathal of McElwee Park to the community many years ago, the commemoration was transferred to its present location. The park is open for picnics and family reunions. Any contributions will be greatly appreciated and are used for park improvements only. Any questions can be directed to Karen and Allen Locke at (740) 824-3792.

The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), through OSU Extension and Women, Infants and Children (WIC) teamed up to teach some healthy eating habits and how to stretch food dollars for National Nutrition Month. National Nutrition Month is in March and that is when several WIC participates signed up and started participating in the EFNEP program. This is a free series of eight one-hour classes that are available to families with kids in Coshocton County. They discuss how to stretch food dollars, how to plan for meals, how to have a balanced diet and tips for getting kids to eat more fruit and vegetables. They talk about physical activity and how with a little bit of physical activity, every day, we can work on stopping the obesity problem we have with kids and adults. There is food tasting at each class and at the last class there is a goodie bag with some free items like a recipe book, calendar, pen, pencil and more. For each class attended, participants get a free incentive for attending, like measuring cups, a beach ball, produce brush and meat thermometer. Everyone who completed the class was eligible to be put into a drawing for a price. The Coshocton County Memorial Hospital donated a small vegetable tray and Baker’s Foods donated a $20 gift card for their store. The two winners were Malissa Tish, who won the Baker’s card and Raylynn Shortt, who won the vegetable tray. Anyone interested in signing up for the free classes can contact Kim Gress at the OSU Extension Office, 622-2265.

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Registration for students new to the Coshocton City District for the 2010-11 school years will be Thursday, Aug. 12 from 9 a.m. – Noon and again at 5 – 7 p.m. at the High School in Room 205 for grades K-6 and in the Guidance Office for grades 7-12. Required for registration are birth certificate, social security card, immunization records, custody papers and special education

sorority sisters The 89th annual convention for Alpha Pi Sigma Sorority was on July 8 – 10 at The Coshocton Village Inn & Suites with 90 sisters attending from nine chapters. The host chapter was Alpha Chapter of Bridgeport. The local chapter, Alpha Gamma, was founded in January 1929 and still has its charter. Pictured at the Friday evening banquet from Coshocton are: (l.-r.) Margo Hamilton, Eileen Berton, local president, Carol Hardesty, past supreme president, Jody Swartz (standing) and Sue Border. photo



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Wednesday, Aug. 11: Friends of the Library; Monthly meeting of Friends of the Library. Come learn how you can get involved. Opportunities for volunteering include helping at story times, working at Books Galore Book Store, helping at programs and more. Call 622-0956 for information. Noon - 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 14, 21, 28: 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.

Monday, Aug. 16, 23, 30: 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 p.m. – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call (740) 622-0956 for information.

Book of the Week Adult Fiction Dead in the Family by: Charlaine Harris

Thursday, Aug. 19: W.L. Branch Teen Movie Night; Teens are invited to the feature movie, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (2010). Popcorn and pop are provided. Free admission. Register by calling (740) 545-6672. 5 - 7:30 p.m.

Teen Captain America: Reborn by: Ed Brubaker

Adult Non-Fiction War by: Sebastian Junger

Children The Hive Detectives: Chronicle of a Honey Bee Catastrophe by Loree Griffin Burns






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Saturday from 8:30 am until Noon at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds In season: sweet corn, green beans, peaches, zucchini, beets, potatoes, onions, melons

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Ice Cream Contest. Who makes the best Ice Cream in the Conesville area? Freeze Off Contest to be Friday, Aug. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Conesville United Methodist Church, located at 196 State Street, Conesville. Bring hot dogs, buns and chairs for

Lahmers Auction August 11, 2010

50 acre farm & equipment

Location: 24543 SR 751 Newcomerstown, Ohio

From US 36 between SR 93 & I-77 take SR 751 north to the farm. From Stone Creek & I-77 (exit 73) take SR 751 south to auction. Watch for Auction Signs!

Saturday, September 4th • 10 am * 50 Acre Farm * Adams Township * Coshocton County * Ridgewood Schools * 4 Parcels * Large Remodeled Farmhouse * Outbuildings * Log Cabin * Tractors * Farm Machinery *

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 with admission is $5 a person (Children 12 and under no charge) on the 4th Saturday of each month. Featured band performing each month from 7 - 9 p.m. with Acoustic jam will follow from 9 - 11 p.m. On August 28th feature band is Awesome Possum Bluegrass Band, Sept. 25 feature band is Joe Williams and Deep Water, Oct. 23 feature band is Northern Traditions, Nov.27 feature band is Chestnut Hill Bluegrass Band and there will be no December show. The 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 Fundraiser Raffle. 2 Tickets for the Game for the OSU vs. Eastern Michigan Tickets for Saturday Sept. 25 with all proceeds benefit the Pomerene Center Art Education Programs. Winners will receive 2 tickets for the game, dinner at Applebee’s and Gas Card. $1 per ticket – $5 for 6 tickets. Drawing on Sept. 20. Tickets available at The Pomerene Center for the Arts, Novelty Advertising Showroom, Linnet’s Flowers on the Square, Shelia McConnell @ 622-2009

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Watercolorist Ann Cutler France is showing her paintings during the month of August at the West Lafayette Branch Library, located at 401 Main Street in West Lafayette. Her pictures can be viewed during normal operating hours.


2nd Annual Mission Red. A live auction to benefit the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills will be Wednesday, Aug. 18 and will be hosted by Raven’s Glenn Winery and Italian Restaurant. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for viewing of auction items. Auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. Come early and have dinner in the restaurant. There will be a cash bar and free appetizers during the auction. Carol Smith Benefit Auction and Hog Roast will be at the Coshocton Moose 935 on August 22nd at 1:00 p.m. The Smith family is having a benefit auction and hog roast to help with mounting medical bills for cancer treatment. This event is open to the general public for $7.00. For more information call Judy Mizer at 740-622-7687; Linda Hostetler at740-622-6146 or Dean Smith at 740-622-7477. Monetary contribution can be made to Century National Bank.


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.

Church Events

Serving Coshocton and Surrounding Counties Since 1992

The Redemption Trio from New Concord, Ohio will be sharing in song at Gospel Hill Ministry, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw on Saturday, Aug. 14 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 the 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) 824-3300. Back to School Fair. New Beginnings Ministries will be hosting a Free Back to School Fair on Saturday, Aug. 14 from 1 - 4 p.m. at 331 Church Street in Warsaw. Event includes haircuts, school supplies, back packs, gently used clothing, community information, food, games and face painting. For more information call Debi Durr at 330-407-0656. Transportation provided if needed, call 623-3781.

Tractors – Skid Loader – Farm Equipment – Miscellaneous: MF 165 diesel tractor; Farmall Super C tractor; NH LS 160 Super Boom skid loader, 4,000 hrs; NH skid loader bale spear; ‘89 F-450 dump truck w/ Int. diesel motor; Top Cat bumper hitch livestock tandem trailer; 3pt 6’ King Kutter mower; 3pt NH discbine, slight repair needed; NH 55 rollabar rake; MF 120 baler; 2 Pequea 710 PTO tedders; MF 160 single beater manure spreader; 3pt seeder; 3pt bale spear; 3pt post hole digger; 4 round bale feeders; 3 spring fed water tanks (one frost free); head gate and other misc gates; Craftsman 12” band saw; Craftsman radial arm saw; scroll saw; misc fencing supplies; misc work tables; Toro porta-heat heater; Emglo air compressor; wagon load of misc.; Chattel Terms: Cash or Good check with proper ID. Lunch Stand

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Open for Inspection: Tuesday August 24th – 5 to 7 PM

If you have ever dreamed of owning a Gentlemen’s farm but have never found one with everything you’re looking for this farm is for you. With 50 acres of mostly open ground with natural springs, a restored farmhouse with that charming front porch, large stately bank barn, log cabin, and numerous other outbuildings this farm has many opportunities. Home features over 2400 sq. ft., 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, custom Oak kitchen, dining room with Schrock built-ins, 1 car attached garage. Full basement and utilities include 2 water heaters, 2 natural gas furnaces, 2 central air units, 2 water wells & a septic. This home has very reasonable utility costs. 18’x30’ log cabin features kitchen, full bath, and a loft. This cabin is unfinished and can have your creative finishing touch. Additional improvements include large bank barn, hay barn with finish lot & 2 silos, barn/shop combo w/ 4 box stalls, and more. Land features building sites, natural springs, and fencing throughout. This is your chance to buy that affordable hobby farm in the country! Real Estate will sell at 11:00AM Parcel 1: 34 Acres w/ 1650’ frontage on SR 751. Includes all improvements. Parcel 2: 5.1Acres w/ 625’ frontage on SR 751. Nice building site. Parcel 3: 6.2 Acres w/ 750’ frontage on SR 751 & 430’ frontage on TR 250. Nice corner lot. Parcel 4: 5.1 Acres w/ 350’ frontage on TR 250. Good building site. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at time of closing. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements day of sale take precedence. The Farm will be offered in parcels & combinations. All sellers owned mineral rights will transfer. Legal: Parcel #’s 020000000802, 020000000604 – 606 in Adams Township of Coshocton County and the Ridgewood School District. Taxes per half year are: $1,113.45 based on CAUV; any recoupment will be the buyer’s responsibility.

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.

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2nd Annual Butch Bowman Memorial Softball Tournament will be Saturday, August 14th at Lake Park. Entry will be$125. All proceeds go to the Butch Bowman Scholarship Fund. There will also be a 50/50 drawing, raffles and bake sale. For more information contact Josh Bowman at 740-502-5842, Gary Bowman at 740-623-0919/740-294-8315 or Hot Rod at 740-294-5137.


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Agents Realty & Auction Service

23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) • Coshocton, OH

740-622-0700 or 1-888-216-8772

Members of Zanesville and Coshocton County Board of Realtors

BeLinda Lacy 294-8869

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Community Calendar Class Reunions

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.

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.

Clubs and Organizations

The Coshocton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogy Society will meet Tuesday, Aug. 17 in the basement meeting room of the Coshocton Public Library, 655 Main Street at 7:30 p.m. The topic will be the “Many Faces of Old Glory”, a video of flag history produced by Vane Scott. Mr. Scott has created flags for the World Olympics, Super Bowl and presidential inaugurations. Join us for this presentation. The society is open to anyone interested in genealogy.

seed consultants, inc.

Call now and order your spring 2011 Corn and Soybean seed today!

lance Weaver - 740-502-6622 316 West Main St., West Lafayette, OH 43845 OFFICE PHONE: (740) 545-7158

CommerCial real estate auCtion formerly kobel’s nursery inC. 22573 SR 751 WEST LAFAYETTE


Annual Cognion Reunion will be Aug. 22 at Coshocton County Fairgrounds with dinner at 12:30 p.m. with all meats and drinks will be provided. Games for kids, gifts and auction of homemade, handmade or other items for auction.

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45759 C.R. 58 • COSHOCTON, OH

Country living, close to town this Bungalow situated in Jackson Twp. In Riverview School Dist. offers 864 sq/ft of living space with two bedrooms, one bath, eat in Kitchen, Living room, Full Basement one car attached garage all setting on 0.560 +acres. This home would make a great home or rental. Taxes are $468.00 per year. Parcel # 0130000104600 Call listing agent Kelly Shrimplin 740-824-3941 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. Notes: Property is appraised at $45,000.00 and must sell for no less than two-thirds of appraised value. Coshocton County Probate # 20910122 Attorney: Christie Nelson.



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Coshocton 20 Year Class Reunion. Coshocton High School Class of 1990 Class Reunion will be Friday, Oct. 15 with the CHS Class of 1990 honored at the Coshocton High School football game held at Stewart Field and Saturday, Oct. 16 at the SportZone in Coshocton with social hour to begin at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. For more information, email Nicole (Weaver) Medley at cheree2@hotmail. com. Julie (Ross) Vargo at, Tina (Brown) Johnson at or Kristen Dutton at

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622-3669 224 N. 4th St.

PAUL BRATTON (740) 327-6331


Over 15,000 Sq. Ft of commercial building space on 7 Plus acres located one mile off of SR 36 on SR 751 in Coshocton County. From Interstate 77 take SR 36 West 7 miles to SR 751. Turn left onto 751 and go one mile to property on the right. The following buildings are in excellent condition and ready for your business to move right in. First we have a 28’ x70’ Office/Apartment/Garage, a 60’ x 80’ Free Span Building w/4 doors 14’ x 14’ and 2 man doors, a 40 x 48 storage building, a 24’ x 40’ Garage w/ 14’ x 14’door, and a 34’ x 64’ Metal Pole Building w/one side open and a 56’ x 60’ garage building w/restroom. This property has plenty of accessible road frontage! Limited free gas for 3 years! Trucking / Logging / Storage / Car Lot / Retail / Wholesale / Contractors / Your Business could have this Great Location! Terms: $5,000 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 at 6 PM. Call our office to set an appointment to view this property prior to the auction. BE PREPARED TO BUY! We will also be selling Antiques and Collectables starting at 5 PM. OWNERS LARRY & JUDY KOBEL

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Blissfield School Reunion will be Aug. 22 at Blissfield School with covered dish dinner at 12:30 p.m. All welcome.


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The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters) is hosting a Back to School Clothing Drive for the children in their program. Gently used and new clothes as well as

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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.

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“Martha’s Cupboard” offers free household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and baby products to those residing in the Fresno and West Lafayette zip codes only. Photo ID, a utility or other bill showing current address, and birth certificates for children in the residence are required in order to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 am-11:30 am at the Fresno United Methodist Church, 54233 TR 172, Fresno, OH (just west of the Fresno Post Office). Call 740 545-6422 for further information.

Ridgewood class of 1975. 35th class reunion will be Aug. 14 at River Greens Golf Course. Social hour to start at 5:30 p.m. with meal to follow at 6:30p.m. RSVP by Aug. 6 to Curt Crouso at 622-6622 or email

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Community Weiner Roast and Ice Cream Party. Friday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the Conesville United Methodist Church, located at 196 State Street. Bring hot dogs, buns, and chair. Condiments, beverages, ice cream and toppings provided. Games and activities for all ages. Judge who made the best homemade Ice Cream for a small fee. “Top Crank” trophy awarded - 8 p.m. Free to all except for hot dogs and buns. Questions? Call Larry Boal at 8292023


Lovely log home, 3 bedrooms, updated oak kitchen, 1.5 baths on 1.3 secluded acres. Home cannot be seen from SR 93...follow the arrows. Lovely gardens, rear patio, potters shed and unique history. Own your little piece of heaven at an affordable price. MLS# 3158523


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hygiene products, school supplies, and backpacks are gratefully accepted. All donations are tax deductible. A wide range of sizes are needed. Items can be dropped off at TMCCC office, 441 Main Street, Suite 103 Monday - Friday 8 am – 4 pm. Pick-up can also be arranged. Any questions can be directed to TMCCC at 623-8100.

Support Groups

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 740-623-8551 or by email at

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorce Jacqueline L. Newell of Coshocton from Jeffrey A. Newell of Coshocton Suzanne K. Manford of Zanesville from Jerry E, Manford of Sarasota, Florida Lavonne M. Smitley of Coshocton from Jonas F. Smitley of Dover, Ohio

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. 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! ANTIQUES & COLLECTABILES: Beautiful one of a kind Marble Top Buffet, Gate Leg Drop Leaf Kitchen Table, Large Dining Room Table w/6Chairs, Several Gate Leg Tables, Several Folding Top Tables, Marble Top Coffee Table, Side & End Tables, Library Table, Serving Table, Drop Front Secretary/ China Closet, Leather Top End Table, Marble Top Wooden Coal Hod, Cherry Harvest Table, Straight Back Chairs, Corner Chair, Armed & Side Chairs, Kitchen Cabinet, Cane Bottom Chairs, Small Trunk, Copper Boiler, Privacy Screen, Oscar Schmidt Menzenhauer Zither Guitar. Old Walking Cane, Brass Lamps & Candlesticks, Silver Tea Set & Silverware, Lace & Linins, Memorabilia, Whicker Furniture, Old RCA Portable Radio, Wooden Easel, Pictures, Local Artist Prints, GLASSWARE: There is a large selection of fine glassware in this auction including Pressed & Cut Glass, Crystal, Two Pedestal Punch Bowls, Candlesticks, Pitchers, Vases, Fostoria, Depression, Noritake, Nippon, Limoges, Weller, Rea & Boehm Figurines, HOUSEHOLD: Kenmore Washer & Dryer, King Size Bed, Dresser, Sofa, Living Room Chairs, Side Chairs, Drop Leaf Kit. Table, Plant Stands, Mirrors, Lamps, Pictures, Console TV, Hall Tree, Sweeper, Kitchenware, Long & Short Handle Tools, Lawn Edger, Weed Eater, Leaf Blower, Tree Trimmer. Directions: From Cambridge Rd. turn onto Buena Vista Dr. Follow Signs. OWNER BARBARA VARNADO

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Kathleen “Kay” noble estate Thursday, August 26, 5:00 p.m. 606 Highland Blvd, Coshocton

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Great location for this 3 bedroom home with many updates, including high efficiency gas furnace, replacement window, gas hot water tank, roof replaced in 2009. All situated on a 75x150 lot. This home has hardwood floors and 200 amp electric service. Taxes a half are $296.24. The home is open for inspection, Monday August 16 from 4-6PM. Look this over and have your financing ready as the high bidder is the buyer. Terms: $2,000 earnest money deposit day of Auction. Balance at closing within 45 days. All inspections must be completed before Auction day. No contingencies. Also selling household & misc. Watch for later list. Executor: Bice Attorney: Christy Nelson Case # 21010063 Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

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Saturday, August 14th @ 10AM

Educational Sheep Health Workshop Scheduled. The Coshocton/Tuscarawas Lamb & Fleece Improvement Association will be having a workshop on Wednesday, Aug. 25 to discuss basic sheep health issues with guest speaker Eric Schaefer. The workshop will begin at 8 p.m. at TMK Farm Service in New Bedford, near the intersection of SR 643 and CR 12. Anyone interested in learning more about raising and caring for sheep should plan to attend. Reservations are not required. With questions, call (330) 897-4320. The American Red Cross of Ohio Hills will be having a Water Safety Instructor Training course to train new volunteer instructors for aquatic programs. Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and will run from Sept. 8 - 29 at 6 p.m. at the Coshocton High School pool. There is no cost for this program. Registration must be made in advance and can be made by calling the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills at (740) 622-0228 by Aug. 25.

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West of Coshocton Reuben A. Yoder of Millersburg to Rachel J. Schlabach of Fresno James Robert Kimble of Coshocton to Sherry Lynn Hansen of Coshocton Alejandro Guzman of Coshocton to Judith Yvonne Williams of Coshocton Land Transfers: 7-30 Joseph Kovach & Barbara J. Kovach to Teresa E. Ryder & Kathy Phillips, JLRS; $112,500 8-3 Carole T. Cornell to Kim I. Cabot; $87,000 Delores M. Leach to KJAYCO, LLC; $12,000 8-4 Trudi A. Taylor, n.k.a. Trudi A. Moore, & Robert D. Moore to Russell L. Burkey & Polly H. Burkey, JLRS; $22,000 Dale A. Lyons to Leroy D. Shetler & Mary Shetler, JLRS; $130,000 8-5 Miriam J. Mikesell, individually and as Trustee, to Susan M. Brinker & Alan P. Brinker, JLRS; $182,400

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First Floor 509 Main St. Coshocton, Ohio 43812 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 For more details or to view Contact: gary or Judy at 740-622-7979 or


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480 Oxford Ave, Newcomerstown

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Very neat & clean property situated on a double lot. This 2 bedroom home has been very well maintained & has had many updates. All replacement window, hot water tank & high efficiency gas furnace. New wiring with a 150 amp service. The bath room has been freshly remodeled also. Lot size is 90x117 with city utilities. Enclosed breezeway attached to the 2 car garage. Look this one over and have your financing ready. Real Estate will be offered at 5:30 PM. Terms: $2,000.00 Earnest Money Deposit day of Auction. Balance at closing within 45 days. All inspections to be completed before Auction day. No contingencies.

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G.E. Ref/Freezer, Zenith TV, Gibson chest freezer, Hoover Vacuum, sofa & matching chair, stereo, coffee & end tables, lamps, bedding, small kitchen appliances, full size bed, misc. glassware & china, fans, 2 drawer file, hand & garden tools, 24ft. alum ext. ladder, step ladders, Kenmore gas dryer, dbl rinse tubs, kitchen cabinet, Christmas decorations, much more not listed. Terms: Cash or approved check. I.D. required. Owner: Melissa Thurber - POA for Sylvia Irwin Trust Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

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thursday, August 19th @ 5PM ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: RR Station Platform Wagon, Baby & King Size Hand Made Quilts, Local Artist Water Colors & Paintings, Harley Davison Collectable Toy Motorcycles, Cars & Trucks, Metal Trucks & Toys, Peddle Toy Tractor, Tru Action Vibrating Football Game in Original Box, Easels, Longaberger Baskets, Porcelain Dolls, 1981 Don Foster Hand Carved Cane, Glass Cane, Wood Carvings, Misc. Fur Stoles and Coats, Beam Bottles, Glassware Incl. Cut Pressed and Depression, Large Punch Bowl Set, W.L. Homecoming & Roscoe Village Plates, Children’s Sled, Work Bench & Picnic Table, Hand Painted Youth Sled, Toddler Riding Toy, 2 Brass Buckets, Candle & Cigar Molds, Straight Razors, Sewing Table, Crosby Floor Model Radio, Victorian Chairs, Plank Bottom Chairs, Marble Top End Table, Kit. Drop Leaf Table, 1850 Steamer Trunk, Yarn Winder, Small Display Cupboard, Ansonia Mantle Clock, Old Cameras, Plate Racks, 1910 Lloyd Wicker Love Seat and Chair, Two Other Wicker Chairs all Unpainted, Wicker Picnic Basket, Several Coke Trays & Memorabilia, Glass Butter Churn, Old Tins, Oil Lamps, Apple Butter Stirrer, Bed Warmer, HOUSEHOLD: Leather Recliner, 2 Swivel Rockers, Sofa & Love Seat, Full/ Queen Headboard, Dresser w/Mirror, Night Stand, 3 Piece Sectional Couch w/ Sleeper, Oak Kit. Table, Dresser w/Mirror & 2 Night Stands, Chest of Drawers, End Tables, Stands, Book Cases, Bar Stools, Curio Cabinet, LR Chair w/footstool, Computer Desk, Microwave & Stand, 8 Color TVs, Area Rugs, Display Racks & Storage Bins/Shelving, Art Supplies and Picture Frames, Vision Fitness Bike, Toaster Oven, Foosball Table, Kirby Sweeper, Stereo Equipment, Roller Blades & Ice Skates, Lamp Post, GARAGE: Delta 10” Table Saw, Hitachi 2 ½ HP Air Compressor, Shop Fox Drill Press, Router & Router Bits, Nail Gun, Grinder w/Stand, Jetwood Lathe, Hand & Power Tools, Work Light w/Stand, Lawn Sweeper, Back Pack Sprayer, Metal Work Bench, Vise, 20’ Alum. Extension Ladder, Alum. Step Ladders, Industrial Floor Fan, Wheel Barrow, Window Air Conditioner, Car Ramps, Car Carrier Storage Box, Work Truck Cap, 4 Bottom Plow, Tow Motor Forks, Massey Ferguson Sub Soiler, Metal Trash Dumpster, Weatherproof Speakers, Have A Heart Traps, OWNERS LARRY & JUDY KOBEL OWNERS FRANK & PAT MATCHETT

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members cooled down in creeking again. Some of the other activities included flag service each morning, exercise before breakfast, corn hole contest, fishing, corn husking contest and making tie dye T-shirt. No camp would be complete without a hobo meal and s’mores around the campfire. Saturday night, LeeAnne and Nick Carey,

from parents and the community to make their 4-H camp a big success. Twenty-one kids attended camp with 15 parents and advisors.

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former Coshocton County 4-H members, taught line dancing. Sunday night, Drew Miller of Coshocton let members observe the night sky with a telescope and gave information on how small we are to the huge sky. Camp would not be complete without Frontier Power Company helping each member make a photo submitted to the beacon 4-H lamp. Robin Totten, This-N-That 4-H club had their own 4-H camp Charles Beatty and Ken Hunter made sure each July 31 – Aug. 2 at The Greten & Hunter person had a safe lamp to be treasured for a long Farms. time. Members have always had a tradition of camping for a family fun day, but this year, they Members earned caught being good coins with cleanest tents and other tasks, and then expanded their activities. Felicia Lane, President of Ridgewood visited the camp store for treats. FFA, joined in helping the club with creeking They had a lot planned and some activities and hiking on the way to a saw mill that was they did not get to do because they needed more days to complete everything. Members agreed operational in the late 1800s. Craig Hunter, former 4-H member of This- that they can do these activities next time. N-That, took members hiking through the woods They wanted to say a special thanks to to the location of a former gristmill in 1896. It Frontier Power Company, Mr. Miller, Mr. and has a nice water fall over the rocks now, and Mrs. Carey and all the other support they got

Many will recognize the words to the song, “Friends are friends forever, if the Lord’s the Lord of them.” Harlan Alford, Charles Hoffman, and Matt Cox were seldom seen apart during their high school years. They were brothers in the Lord, spiritual leaders in their youth group at Coshocton Nazarene Church, as well as a strong spiritual influence at Coshocton High School where they attended. As leaders on their football team, they were highly respected by many. For twenty years, the Coshocton Nazarene Church has presented an Easter Musical Presentation, of which each young man was very involved. Some may remember Matt Cox playing the part of the beggar in the outdoor market scene, or being knocked down the church balcony steps by the guards. Matt always went to extreme lengths to assure that his costume was as muddy and dirty as possible to portray his part. On dress rehearsal evening, his mother said to him, “The costume is dirty enough. Anyway, it’s only dress rehearsal.” He responded, “Not to those who are there!” Many in our community were always present on dress rehearsal evening.

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These three young men understood the importance of “Living Faith”. Recently, Charles Hoffman and his wife Jana were here from Georgia celebrating their son Carson’s birthday with family and friends. Carson is 2 years old. Harlan Alford came from his home in New York City to attend. Matt Cox and his wife Amee were unable to attend. They live in London, England and Matt was on location with his employment in Hong Kong. Therefore, it seemed appropriate, that these two men be given the honor of passing the Prayer Torch from Coshocton Nazarene Church to Solid Rock Foursquare Church. On July 25, Coshocton Nazarene Church received the Prayer Torch from Perry Chapel Baptist Church, who had just completed their 24/7prayer week. At the close of Coshocton passing this flame Charles Hoffman and Harlan Alford travNazarene’s 24/7, they chose to eled many miles to carry the prayer torch from Coshocton Nazarene keep the Torch and continue Church to Solid Rock Foursquare Church. Hoffman, from Georgia, and prayer until it was passed on to Alford, from New York, were joined by Jana Hoffman, Charles’ wife, Solid Rock Foursquare Church and Pablo Neal, a friend who also attended the Nazarene Church. on Sunday, August 8. Thus far, beacon photo by beth dulaney the Prayer Torch has been hosted at Gospel Hill, Burt Avenue Wesleyan, Perry up to participate as intercessors for our nation, Chapel Baptist, Coshocton Nazarene, and Solid state, communities and families. We envision Rock Foursquare Churches. Following is a partial this movement to spread from border to border list of other churches involved in 24/7: New Life surrounding the whole state to build a “firewall Ministries, Emmanuel Lutheran, Coshocton of prayer” that will encircle the state of Ohio. Christian Tabernacle, Coshocton Baptist, The Participating churches simply find a venue, rather a sanctuary or a separate prayer room, in Church of God, and New Bethel Church. The Ohio Reformation Prayer Network 24/7 which to establish a night-and-day prayer vigil Prayer movement is a statewide, non-stop prayer by splitting each day into one-hour shifts, thus meeting. Churches throughout Ohio are signing filling a week with an unbroken chorus of prayer and worship. In the designated prayer room, there will also be a torch that will stay lit throughout the week. The Torch will be transported to the TIRES • BRAKES next participating church with a “passing of the ALIGNMENTS • EXHAUST torch” ceremony. 517 SOUTH 7TH ST., To participate at Solid Rock Foursquare COSHOCTON Church this week through Sunday, August 15; 622-0472 those interested may call Phyllis Clark at 6227591. 0063_102809

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Notice of Sale. A-B-C Mini-Storage. The personal property of the following people will be removed from storage for non-payment on August 12, 2010, then sold at auction. Crystal Sinnett, 833 Orange Street, Coshocton. Charity Mathias, 401 S. Lawn Ave., Coshocton

Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilia one patch or entire collections. Call 6230793 leave message or email scoutpatchohio@



APPLIANCES Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washer, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. Call Kevin at 740-390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm.

Garage Sale, 15840 TR 1162, Alpine Heights. August 13th; 9-4 & August 14th; 9-12. Nice boys and girls clothes, coats, shoes, air hockey table & misc. items Garage Sale, August 13-14; 9-4. 28510 CR22, Warsaw. Girls clothing 12mo.-6x, swingset, toys, corner stand, record player, books, videos, men, women clothing, lamps, misc. Signs posted Large 3-Family Garage Sale, Aug. 13-14; 9am4pm. 1351 Arrowhead Drive. Something for everyone!

G A R A G E / Y A R D Moving Sale, August 13th & 14th; 9-5. 113 “It’s Sew You” Call SALES E Union Avenue, West Barbie at 740-502-3556 Sporting Clothing alterations 1327 Canoe Lane, Au- Lafayette. and repair. Hem jeans gust 13th & 14th; 9-5. goods, antiques and $6. New Zipper $12. 16mm movie projector household goods with silent films, large TAKING Celestrial telescope, Multi-Family Yard Sale APPLICATIONS black onyx glassware, Clothes, 2t-adult, crib, Pak-N-Play, oil lamps, 35 antique stroller, The Coshocton Dem- stoneware crocks and toys, antiques, furniture, telescope ocrats are taking appli- jugs, table top loom treadmill, cations to fill the unex- paintings, large turkey (new), scrubs, 4-wheelpired term of the County fryer, wooden extension er, lots of misc. houseTreasurer. Resumes ladder, many other inter- hold items. Friday and should be sent by Au- esting items. Rain date Saturday, August 13-14; 7am-3pm. 1574 Tomagust 31, 2010 to Jetta August 20th & 21st hawk Lane Mencer, 2055 Buena Vista Drive, Coshocton, 837 Sara Drive, ThursOH 43812. 740-622- day, August 12th; 9-5. Yard Sale, 1116 E Main Friday, August 13th; 9-5. Street. August 14th; 3462 Saturday, August 14th; 9-3. Household items, 9-12 Slate pool table, clothes, furniture and


Yard Sale, Saturday,. August 14th; 9-5. 2140 CR 16. Large 2-family yard sale. Lots of misc. Something for everyone!

engine, 42,000 miles, above average condition. $3,500. 740-6230304

AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and BOATS Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740- 1985 Ranker, 16ft. new 622-9791 today! interior, new seats, new life vests, stereo, comRoscoe 2 bedroom du- plete with tube. Excellent MISC ITEMS plex, stove, refrigerator, condition. $3,000. 740dryer, AC, garage. $425/ 327-6810 740-502-7543 Large bird cage, excel- mo. plus deposit and utillent condition, paid $275 ities. No large pets. 740MOTORCYCLES and asking $125. Queen 824-3152 740-502-3168 size brass headboard, 1997 Harley Soft$50. 740-622-7742 ail Classic. Loads of chrome, excellent conHOMES FOR SALE New walker with brakes dition, 13,000 miles. and basket $75. New Buy your own home Must See! Maroon and shower chair with back for about $400 a month! siver. $10,000 Or Best $30. Never used. 740- Become a partner fam- Offer. 740-622-5706 or 622-5706 or 740-502- ily with Habitat for Hu- 740-502-0808 0808

manity of Coshocton. Call 740-623-2764 to 2002 Harley Davidson request and application Springer Softail, 19,800


miles. $12,000 OBO. 1980 Harley Davidson FLT Dresser $5,000. Wanted to Lease. OBO. 740-829-2744 Hunting land for 2010 Season. Responsible TRUCKS Michigan hunter. Call 989-362-7267 leave 2000 GMC Sonoma message ext. cab, 93,000 miles. $5,900 Or Best Offer. Wanted: Permission, Call 740-829-2566 or PRODUCE lease or buy. Father and 740-622-1156 son team. Bow and gun. OUR OWN PEACHES! Leave message at Miller Apples, Farm Fresh family, 330-897-1165, Call Nicole at Produce. Siegrist Farm ext. #1 622-4ADS (4237) Market, Adams Mills. or fax to 740-754-1783 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. Tues.-Fri. 11am-6pm. Sat. 11am3pm



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August 11, 2010 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 3, Number 15 of The Coshocton County Beacon

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