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Schumaker Farms honored at county fair COSHOCTON - Jim and Wendy Schumaker, along with members of their family, were recognized as an Ohio Bicentennial Farm during the opening ceremonies at the Coshocton County Fair on Saturday morning, Sept. 28. The ceremony was held at the grandstand this year. Dr. Sereana Howard Dresbach, deputy director at the Ohio Department of Agriculture, presented the family with a plaque commemorating the award. The Department of Agriculture has made presentations to bicentennial farm families throughout the year at county fairs.

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Jim and Wendy Schumaker, along with members of their family, were recognized by the Ohio Department of Agriculture during the Saturday morning opening ceremonies at the Coshocton County Fair. Dr. Sereana Howard Dresbach from the Ohio Department of Agriculture presented the family with a plaque commemorating 200 years that the farm has been in the family. Pictured left are: Dr. Dresbach, Todd, Jim, Wendy, Makenzie, Josh, Chad and Leigha Schumaker. BEACON PHOTO BY

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Members of family were applauded for their achievement and State Representative Bill Hayes read a proclamation. Jim Schumaker said, “We’re just proud to be given this award for the farm being in the family for 200 years. We’re proud of this county and we have a lot pride here.” Jim talked briefly about the history of the farm, “The family came down the Tuscarawas River in 1806 and settled across the river. They had a large portion of ground and through the

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years the ground has been given away or divided up. We’re still raising corn, beans, hay, sweet corn and pumpkins.” Wendy Schumaker said, “The original owner was George Miller and one of his daughters he married a McGuire. Jim’s mother was a McGuire so it has mostly been the Millers, McGuires and a Householder and a Schumaker. We’re proud that we’ve been able to keep it all of these years. Sometimes it has been kind of rough but it’s still in the family and we’re proud to say that. We

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COSHOCTON - Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau and Lainie Brillhart, marketing and communications coordinator with the Coshocton Visitors Bureau joined other leaders of Ohio’s tourism industry in attending the Ohio Association of Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (OACVB) annual Education Conference, Sept. 18-19, at the Courtyard by Marriott in Springfield. OACVB President John Kiste expressed his appreciation for the event. “I have always considered OACVB the best association resource for my professional development,” he said. “The annual conference this year was a perfect blend of educational seminars, board events, networking, awards - and sightseeing!” Kiste also thanked Springfield CVB Director Chris Schutte for hosting the event. During the conference John Fimiani, Brand & Strategy Director of Oxiem Marketing, gave a presentation on interactive marketing strategies for CVBs. Kevin Rose, architectural historian for The Turner Foundation, spoke on promoting heritage tourism with walking tours. The conference also included the OACVB September Board Meeting, a private tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House and a walking tour of downtown Springfield. The OACVB’s annual Middy Awards Luncheon was also held during the conference. MIDDY Awards are presented for destination marketing and tourism development recognizing excellence among member bureaus for marketing and PR efforts. “The MIDDY Award name reflects our region of the country,” said Jeri Knowlton, chairperson of the OACVB MIDDY Awards for 2013. “Recipients are recognized for excellence in objective, results, creativity and originality.” Of 122 award entries received in print, advertising, promotion, TV/Video, Internet related, strategy, graphics, and radio a divisions 82 awards were given. All entries are judged by a team of experts in the communications, advertising, public relations, publications and/or tourism from outside of the OACVB membership. The Coshocton Visitors Bureau received five MIDDY awards at the conference. Three second place awards for the Coshocton Visitors Guide, The new Coshocton Visitors Bureau Logo and for the Visit Coshocton Facebook Page. Coshocton also received two first place awards for the Visit Coshocton Flickr Page and for the 2013 Coshocton County Events Brochure. “It is an honor to receive these awards for our marketing efforts,” Myers said. “Our two-person office has a big job promoting all Coshocton County has to offer tourists. We focus our efforts on attracting visitors to Coshocton - specifically to spend the night in one of our lodging facilities. This is important because the visitors bureau is funded by the collection of the lodging tax paid by the visitor. This money is what allows us to continue marketing Coshocton County attractions and events.”

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Our community is his should be one of blessed to have people the easiest columns that are willing to go the I have ever written. extra mile to provide a There is just too much positive news to report. terrific fair for all of us. The Browns, Buckeyes, Thank them when you Indians, The Coshocton get a chance. County Fair and the new The opening Coshocton Elementary ceremony was held at School are all good the grandstand this year stuff. Who would have – and the combined thought that the Browns Coshocton Choir MARK FORTUNE performed admirably and would be tied for first place after their start? The Buckeyes the Schumaker family was honored handled the Badgers fairly easily and with an award for being an Ohio Braxton Miller returns as if he never bicentennial farm. You can read missed a game. And the Indians? more about that in this issue of The Wow. When the vast majority of Beacon. you receive this week’s copy of The junior fair royal court was The Beacon, the one game playoff announced and as always these young between Texas and Tampa Bay will people will do our community proud. be over and the Tribe will be ready to Outgoing junior fair Queen Justine take the field in what could be coined Moran gave passionate comments their biggest game of the season – so about why the Coshocton County far. Go Tribe. Let the streak continue. Fair is the best and had a huge smile And what’s this? In good on her face as she exclaimed, “It’s conscious, I cannot write this column nice to see other fairs but it’s great to without mentioning the season come home to the best fair.” Justine ending sweep of the Reds by that and outgoing 2012 junior fair King team from the east – the Pirates. Oh Derek Hoffman did our community yeh, I would be remiss if I did not at proud as they attended other fairs least say a little something about that. throughout the state during the past Now let’s turn to the fair – the year. grandest fair of them all! A county We wish the best to incoming fair that indeed does our county junior fair King and Queen Kurtis proud. Our youth, the volunteers, all Croft and Emily Hardesty. of the clubs and organizations and The weather and events at this businesses that help make the fair year’s county fair have combined possible. The folks that work the for attendance that is well over last gates, staff the restrooms, are on the year and let’s hope the weather trend fair board – junior and senior – those continues. 4-H advisors, parents and members Final thought – let’s get out that take the time to decorate the and support the junior fair livestock booths, make the projects, provide auction on Thursday evening, Oct. guard duty and more are to be 3. The auction starts at 5:30 p.m. thanked. There are literally thousands in Hunter Arena. You can see the of hours that go into the fair and the auction order on page 17 of this majority of them are all volunteer. week’s Beacon.

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Two and a half year old Daniel Rawe couldn’t wait to sample the cake that was purchased at the baked goods auction on Friday evening at the Coshocton County Fair. He is the son of Scot and Jackie Rawe of Alexandria, Ky. Grandparents are Dan and Jan Uher and Greg and Lorrie Rawe. Great-grandparents are Jack and June Olinger and Joe and Norma Uher. The family was visiting relatives and enjoying the fair. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

COSHOCTON - The annual baked goods auction at the Coshocton County Fair always draws a nice crowd with a slight craving toward sweets. This year was no exception with more than 200 items auctioned off during Friday evening’s auction at the Rotary Pavilion. Local auctioneers included Greg Rice, Bill Ogle, Jim Nelson and Shawn Dostie, who provided their talent, humor and skills, motivating the crowd of bidders to help a worthy cause. Debbie Foster, who was at the auction with Christi Olinger, both Realtors for Peddicord Rice, bought Nanci Rogers German chocolate cake and said, “They (the bakers) all work hard to make these cakes and other baked goods. It’s nice to come out and support them. People should come out and support this. You get some great deals and it’s always delicious. Besides, my husband loves German chocolate cake.” Terry Thomas who is a regular at the auction said, “My sister Sharry Chapman bakes and I come out to support her and everyone that bakes. She might make five cakes before she gets it right to enter. All of the people work hard and deserve our support.” Funds raised at the auction go to helping with the art hall and to the bakers. MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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Coshocton County ranked 10th out of 88 counties in Ohio for acres of CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 forges produced. have a cemetery and George Miller and some Freshness also is very important of Jim’s other grandfathers are buried there. So to him. that’s neat to have such history.” “You can take them down and Dr. Dresbach commended the family for store them in a box, but sunshine and its dedication to agriculture, which she said is light will start to make them fade,” Ohio’s largest industry. Sieving’s said. “It doesn’t hurt them; “It built this state and will be important to it just makes them look older.” our future,” she said. “I hope someday we can do He also looks at how they are a tri-centry award and your grandchildren will be put together. here to receive it.” “I want it to be an attractive MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM display,” Sieving’s said. “Something that makes me want to look at it. It also has to be properly labeled.” Both he and Snyder believe Coshocton’s agriculture display is the best in Ohio. “When you walk in here, you are surrounded by living products and produce,” Snyder JUDGING Judge Bob Sieving carefully looks over displays in the said. All classes FREE the first week of October! agriculture building at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. BEA- T h e After first week, all classes are $5 per student or $45 for a 10 class card CON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS building (expires a year from purchase). No membership required. (Members will receive discounts on all workshops and private sessions.) a l s o COSHOCTON – Bob Sieving really enjoys features displays by Tues and Thurs 9-10:15am “Morning Yoga” (ALL LEVELS): A yoga class designed judging displays in the agriculture building at area granges, which for all skill levels, great for students that are just beginning to practice yoga or those the Coshocton County Fair. are packed full of items students looking for a great start to their mornings. “It’s fun to do because people here put so such as canned goods, Wed 6:30-7:45pm “Power Core Vinyasa”(LEVEL 1/2): An energetic yoga class that much into it,” he said. produce and crafts. will focus on the core of our yoga poses on all levels: physical, mental and spiritual. Sieving is from Bellville and taught “People will Vinyasa flow yoga uses breath to guide you through fluid sequences of athletic yoga agriculture for 32 years. poses. We will focus on core strength and alignment while learning how to access, combe surprised by the “I had my students display in three fairs,” prehend and use your “core” most efficiently to gain the maximum yoga benefits(calorie different things that are he said. “I’d often wonder if the classroom time burn, strength, flexibility, focus, self-awareness, confidence). This class will challenge in our displays,” said you, bring a towel and be prepared to sweat! we’d put into it was worth it, but it is. One time Sally Campbell, from I heard a kid say he didn’t know there were 15 Private and Semi-private Sessions available. Walhonding Valley different kinds of apples. We need to keep doing Grange. Cindy Kostecki completed her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification program in the spring this today to open people’s eyes.” of 2012 through Yoga Central and Hot Yoga in Edwardsville, IL. Cindy strives to provide a Her husband Joe well-rounded yoga practice that challenges students while still honoring their own bod The agriculture building showcases the contributed one of the ies and respecting where they are in their own yoga practice. She draws her inspiration best of Coshocton’s pumpkins, corn, potatoes, from teachers Judith Lasater, Baron Baptiste, Sadie Nardini and Erich Schiffmann and more unique items. enjoys combining vinyasa flow, yin and restorative styles. Cindy believes that a regular peppers, grains and much more. “Where else can yoga practice can maximize the potential of your body, mind and spirit. She has experi “We look for a high level of quality and lack enced these shifts in her life as well as a variety of benefits from her own yoga practice you go and see canned and seeks to share this beautiful practice with her students. In the tradition of her own of defects,” said Dave Snyder of Ashland, who squirrel?” he said. teachers, Cindy encourages students to incorporate yoga and its philosophy into their helped Sieving’s judge the displays. He grew up daily lives, bringing their practice off the mat and into the world. Martha and Albert Cindy and her family are new to the Coshocton area, having moved this summer in Coshocton and taught agriculture. Young have been a from Edwardsville, IL where she enjoyed teaching yoga for the past 2 years. Cindy has The first step Sieving’s takes when judging her B.A. in English from Drury University and enjoys spending time with her family, playpart of the grange and ing guitar, rock climbing, reading and traveling. is to check the book for qualifications. the fair for 60 some “When I’m judging forges I also look to see years and their son if they are all leaves or stems,” he said. colonial Wayne also helps. 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Wayne Young puts finishing touches on the Walhonding Valley Grange’s display in the agriculture building at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. For more photos from the fair, visit www.coshoctoncountybeacon. com. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE

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COSHOCTON – It may seem like the fair is setup and torn down in the blink of an eye, but area youth put much more time than one might realize into the projects they display. Members of the Blue Ribbon Bunnies 4-H Club were busy putting finishing touches on their section of the rabbit barn Sept. 24. They decorated with a board game theme and made sure there information and that of their rabbits was displayed, but they’ve actually been thinking about the rabbits they will show at the Coshocton County Fair since last winter. “I started planning in February, but these last couple of months have just been rabbits, rabbits, rabbits,” said Waverly Reidenbach. This is her fourth year showing rabbits and Carolyn Cox’s second. “You have to work with them a lot because you don’t want them to be jumpy when they are on the table with the judge,” she said. “You have to keep doing things over and over until you are both comfortable.” Despite all the work, the girls both love showing rabbits. “I’ve met some of my best friends through rabbits and 4-H,” Reidenbach said. She and Cox also have gotten to do some

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Local officials and Canal Festival and West Lafayette Homecoming Festival royalty also spoke and welcomed people to this year’s fair. During the ceremony, a special presentation also was made to the senior fair board by the 2012 Coshocton County Fair King and Queen. Derek Hoffman and Justine Moran had a display made listing all of the kings and queens of the Coshocton County Fair and presented it to Gail Williamson, president of the senior fair board. The 2012 royalty also expressed their appreciation for having the opportunity to represent the Coshocton County Fair. “This was a great opportunity and a lot of fun,” Moran said. “I made many memories that I will hold in my heart.” Hoffman also had a piece of advice for this year’s court. “Try to have as much fun as possible and meet lots of new people,” he said. “This is the chance of a lifetime.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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FRESNO - Believe it or not but here we are into yet another month! October with all her autumn splendor brings colorful foliage, harvest parties, jack-o-lanterns, trick or treaters and on Saturday, Oct. 12, a delicious soup supper with BBQ chicken and homemade noodles luncheon at the Fresno Farmers’ Market. The people spoke and we listened, we’ll have two pots bubbling away. One with homemade noodles and the other with fresh vegetable soup, along with lip smacking barbecued chicken, perfect for a fall Saturday morning. So, make sure to mark your calendars for Oct. 12, because you don’t want to miss out on all this wonderful farm to table goodness! We have certainly proven over the course of this 2013 farm market season, that one thing rings true. We like to eat! Food simply brings folks together and what better reason is there really. Good food, good times and good friends, it just doesn’t get much better than that. If you haven’t made it out to the Fresno Farmers’ Market, I can’t think of a better time than now. The fresh local produce it still coming in strong at the market like: Dark green kale, colorful Swiss chard, fresh picked green beans, newly dug potatoes, green and red peppers, purple egg plants, sweet onions, crisp fall apples and red juicy pears, spaghetti and acorn squash, plus many other fresh vegetables. All that would be great in a bubbling pot of homemade veggie

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COSHOCTON – There is plenty to do in Coshocton this fall. The fun starts with the Fall Harvest Dance at the Lake Park Pavilion. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the dance is from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Tickets are $15 each and available at the door. Couples will be able to dance the night away as the Lake Park Big Band plays tunes from the big band era. Corporate sponsor for this year’s dance, which raises funds for Friends of the Parks, is Buckeye Brine. For more on the dance, call 622-7528, or visit www.coshoctonlakepark.com. You will also want to keep checking, www.coshoctonbeacontoday. com for updates on various ways the community is celebrating fall. If you haven’t shared details of your event with us yet, e-mail them to news@ coshoctoncountybeacon.com.

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Community leaders profile - Robert P. Fuller COSHOCTON - “My success is from working with others to succeed. I like to stay in the background and work behind scenes.” This is how Robert P. “Bob” Fuller says he lives his life. Fuller grew up in Coshocton, moving to the area in 1958 with his parents. He has three grown children, Jeffrey, Jennifer and Katherine, and eight grandchildren. His son and daughters are successful in their chosen fields – Jeffrey in the military, having served four tours in Iraq and now stationed in Ft. Leavenworth, Jennifer as an assistant registrar at the University of Dayton and Katherine as corporations counsel with the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office. When asked what his view of the community was, he answered, “I’m still here, even though the kids are all gone,” indicating his love for the community is reflected in the fact that he has been in the same house for 26 years now and continues to serve in Coshocton County. He chose to stay in the area to give his family a good place to grow up and the security and stability of family nearby. Bob’s father, Orville Fuller, was also successful and heavily involved in the community. “I tried to do different things than my father, so I didn’t stay in his shadow.” With this thought in mind, he became involved with different clubs and organizations than Orville did. Bob is a Mason and a 33-year member of the Elks Club. He also has served on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, as a basketball official for 20 years and as the Water Safety Coordinator for the American Red Cross. Still involved in the Leadership Coshocton County (LCC) program, he keeps in touch with members of the Class of 1994. “Carl Moore was the facilitator at Atwood and the retreat was amazing.” Bob says that the class got along so well that they developed almost a fraternity/ sorority-type relationship. Bob went through the list of classmates pointing to each name and sharing a memory, what they were doing now, or making a complementary comment. “The group dynamics were so good and we clicked so well that even today any of us could call on any of the members and we would get a response.”

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FULLER The interaction with the other graduates, from all classes, and the networking developed were important parts of LCC for Bob. Since they were only the third class to participate in the program, LCC was still in the early stages of recruiting members. The members of the Class of 1994 were already pretty well established in the community and in their career paths. “We were already shakers and movers – after Leadership, we just shook and moved a little more.” For Bob, the highlight of LCC was what they accomplished through their class project. Each year, a special project is chosen through which they can contribute to the community as a class. The Class of 1994 organized and launched the Youth Leadership Program. Class members envisioned the program not only opening young people’s eyes to the assets and resources in Coshocton County, but also supporting a goal of breaking down the barriers between the three county schools. Bob was instrumental in writing the proposal to present to the foundation, setting up the functions and goals, and asking for a $5,000 budget. They had a robust system for selecting students and Bob remained involved in all aspects with Youth Leadership for more than

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10 years after its inception. Bob feels that, as long as Leadership continues to promote the exploration of Coshocton County and the networking LCC develops, it will flourish. “I just hope we don’t lose the enthusiasm and tribal knowledge that keeps LCC going.” Referring to the 1994 class project, he continued, “On the other hand, I hope the new classes will step up and not be afraid to kick it up a notch and try something new for their projects. Not just a one-timer, but something that will last and grow.” Bob Fuller retired from manufacturing in March 2011, having worked for several local industries. He enjoys woodworking and golf and, since his retirement, has continued giving a helping hand to others. He is the safety coordinator for Habitat for Humanity and recently was a member of the crew from the United Methodist Church mission trip to Crisfield, Md. to help Hurricane Sandy victims. Bob also earned his Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) after leaving the workforce. “I don’t drive truck right now, but I can if I want to.” However, with the possibility of being a trucking firm’s safety director or doing something within the shale oil industry, he thought having a CDL would be a good back-up plan. When asked about his thoughts on the future of Coshocton County, his response was mixed. “It’s hard to be optimistic sometimes, but everybody’s trying. There are a lot of local businesses still going strong – Beech Company, Novelty Advertising, Ohio Heritage Bank, Coshocton Grain Company – just to name a few. And there are still a lot of people willing to invest in Coshocton County and take a chance on new businesses. The days of luring huge manufacturing facilities are gone – we need to focus on the businesses that will create three or four jobs here, a few jobs there. We also need to encourage the young people willing to train as skilled laborers. Plumbers, welders, electricians, carpenters, HVAC and other technical skills are always needed. Coshocton has a good work force if the people are treated right and not squeezed. Making things is our heritage; we’ve got to get back to making things again, even if it’s not on a large scale.” Are you a LCC graduate? The next LCC Alumni meeting is at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Courthouse Annex, 349 Main St. The meeting will include an Alumni At Work tour of the Courthouse Annex, the workplace of County Treasurer Janette Donaker, Chief Deputy Treasurer Breanne Smith, Deputy Treasurer Doris Carnes, County Recorder Susan Turner, County Auditor Chris Sycks, Chief Deputy Auditor Jinni Bowman and Deputy Auditor Danna Callahan, all of whom are Leadership Alumnae. All Leadership graduates are welcome to attend.


Recovery celebrated with rally

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SPEAKER John Turley was one of several people who shared his story during the Recovery Rally held Sept. 26, at Himebaugh Park. BEACON PHOTO

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Games for kids and free food were part of the Recover Rally. Pictured enjoying an activity is 11-year-old Wesley Abbott.

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included community service and volunteer work at Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices. “With their help, support and inspiration I went back to college and got my degree,” he said. Turley got his associates degree in human services in May and is continuing on to get his bachelor’s degree. “Recovery works,” he said. “There are a lot of miracles in this crowd tonight.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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This is the week. Students, teachers and administrators and staff will be leaving their schoolrooms at Central, Lincoln and South Lawn schools – entering the brand new, state of the art Coshocton Elementary School building this Friday. Hundreds of boxes have been packed by faculty and staff for the move. Pictured is Sergeant Katy Hunt with the Ohio Army National Guard 1485th Transportation unit and Adam Laudick, who volunteered to help with the move. “A real nice guy” is how an unidentified Coshocton school employee tagged Adam. An open house for the public is scheduled for Thursday evening, Oct. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. BEA-

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COSHOCTON – At least 31 people lined up at Himebaugh Park and were recognized for their weeks, months and years of recovery during a rally held Sept. 26. “They are proof that recovery really does work,” said John Turley. Turley was one of several individuals who shared their stories during an event sponsored by Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices, Coshocton Counseling Center and Thompkins Child & Adolescent Services to celebrate recovery of mental health and addiction issues.

“I’m a recovering alcoholic,” he said. “Three years ago I would not have stood up here and said that because I was ashamed of the person I’d become.” Turley fought alcoholism for 20 years, but on July 12, 2010 he decided it was time for a change. “I ended up in the hospital with liver failure after years of hard drinking,” he said. His future looked bleak, but the social worker at the hospital put him back on the right track. Part of Turley’s journey to get his life back


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Memories

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The way we were... 1953

October 4th, 1953

A second fire truck set to be used at the end of Tuscarawas Township arrived in Coshocton from its place of manufacturing in Battle Creek, Michigan. The truck was to be stored at the Canal Lewisville fire station until the station at Pleasant Valley was completed. The truck was accompanied to Coshocton by volunteer fire fighters Earl Jones, James Miller, Tom Mattoni and Trustee Russell Laird.

1963

October 6th, 1963

John R. Terry took over the duties of program director for WTNS Radio Station. Terry, a radio veteran for 27 years, replaced Hugh G. Williams who had held the position since 1958. Terry would assume the programming duties as well as the director of News position and community affairs. Terry formerly served as program director of the station while a member of the staff from 1947-57.

1973

October 3rd, 1973

Despite the heavy rain experienced on the first day of the fair, admissions recorded a total of 1,371 attendants at the gates leading into the fairgrounds. This was down compared to the prior year’s half day program attendance which boasted a 1,485 admission turnout. The inclement weather also forced the cancelation of the pony harness races due to a heavy track.

1983

October 6th, 1983

Buehler’s Food Market purchased the 1983 Coshocton County Fair Grand Champion Steer for an unofficial total of $4,015.40at the Junior Fair sale. The sale lasted 8 hours and included the sale of 344 animals which topped the previous year’s total of 284. Even though the sale boasted more animals, it fell short of 1982’s total of $80,679 with $79,585.43. Buehler’s purchased Lester McCurdy’s 1187 lbs. Grand Champion Market Steer for $3.40 per pound. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

2013 Chicken Show Results 2013 POULTRY SHOW COSHOCTON COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR MARKET CHICKEN SHOW RESULTS

PLACING EXHIBITOR CLUB/CHAPTER CLASS 1 1 Brianna Yonley Winner 2 Haylee Wolford Keene Kountry Kids 3 Kamery Wolford Keene Kountry Kids 4 Malachi Loos Ridgerunners 5 Josh Loos Ridgerunners Entry Count 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CLASS 2 Jesse Olinger Wyatt Lawrence Hayden Davis Samantha Wilson Jacob Mitchell Maisie Mitchell Samantha Dillon William Doyle Garrett Stollings Entry Count 9

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CLASS 3 Jayden Hagans Millfork Valley Alexandra Incarnato Extreme Achievers Joel DeMoss Active Achievers Shawn Warren Lucky Learners Emily Raber Cool Keene Kids Macy Hill Active Achievers Sierra Mummey Country Guys & Gals Anthony Incarnato Extreme Achievers Emma Dillon Country Kids Entry Count 9

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CLASS 4 Charlie Holmes Bryce Watson Joseph Brenly Dylan Johnson Jacoby Spang Justin DeMoss Cade Hill Spencer Mankin Austin Hill Brendan Shrimplin Maggie Snyder Entry Count 11

Ridgewood FFA Good-Times Ridgewood FFA Ridgewood FFA Millfork Valley Millfork Valley Ridgewood FFA Mohawk Valley Lucky Learners

Magic Makers Ridgerunners Good-Times Bowman Station Krafty Kritters Active Achievers Active Achievers Bowman Station Active Achievers Rock Run Pacesetters

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CLASS 5 Jon Burgan Austin Wilson William Bullock Nathan Hoffman Austin Lowery Emily Medina Emily Jaqua Shelby Minton Mick Wright Jaiden Neff Kyara Roberts Entry Count 11

Ridgewood FFA Winner Active Achievers Ridgewood FFA Ridgewood FFA Lucky Learners Country Kids Pacesetters Lucky Learners Lucky Learners Pacesetters

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CLASS 6 Riley Buchanan Tori Stevens Derek Stocker Colston Lauvray Colton Mankin Entry Count 5

Ridgewood FFA Active Achievers Ridgewood FFA Pacesetters Bowman Station

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CLASS 7 Nathan Bullock Active Achievers Aliya Stevens Active Achievers Gavin Stiteler Extreme Achievers Whitney Raber Cool Keene Kids Johnathan Roberts Pacesetters Colt Eaton Millfork Valley Chase Warren Lucky Learners Sydney Minton Pacesetters Entry Count 8

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CLASS 8 Michelle Doughty Trailblazers’ 4-H Club Mackenzie Doughty Trailblazers’ 4-H Club Austin Klein Rock Run Austin Raber Cool Keene Kids Alana Shroyer Chili Challengers Morgan McDorman Ridgewood FFA Chance Klein Rock Run Hailie Brookover Lucky Learners Entry Count 8

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CLASS 9 Noah Anderson Kelsey Kent Nathan Neff Entry Count 3

Grand Champion Market Chicken Nathan Bullock Reserve Champion Market Chicken Charlie Holmes

Good-Times Active Achievers Lucky Learners


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SALE OF CHAMPIONS

SALE OF CHAMPIONS Thursday, Oct. 3rd, 5:30 p.m. Hunter Arena

Sale of Champions Auction Order - Supreme Dairy - Supreme Goat - Supreme Llama

- Market Ducks - Rabbit Fryers - Market Chickens - Wether Goats - Turkeys

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Benefit Lunch Stands Friday & Saturday for Norman B. Raber

Friday Activities

Benefit Bake Sales Friday for Lucinda, daughter of Delbert W. Troyer Saturday for Mahlon Barkman

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Community Silent Auction for Holmes County Hospice. Friday and Saturday at the Charm school yard. All new donated items are welcome Joel Pomerene Hospital Full Health Screens At Keim Lumber Friday 7:30 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. Saturday Activities 7:00 am - Flea Market 8:30 am - Horseback Fun Show 11:00 am - Benefit Auction: Items donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Charm. A “Eureka” Quilt (by the ladies of Charm), other miscellaneous quilts and wall hangings, a burl walnut wall clock, many other handcrafted items, and pies from the local women’s pie contest. Some of these items will be on display at Keim Lumber. You may donate items for the auction by bringing them to Keim Lumber before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday forenoon. Proceeds Benefit Charm Community Share’N Care Fund 4:00 pm - Drawings from Participating merchants

Schedule of Events

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12:30 p.m. – Wooly Worm Derby 6:30 p.m. – Volleyball for charity 7 p.m. – Old Time Fiddle Playing: High Country Bluegrass, Last Call Band (Feat. Onita Lowe from Clark), Lonesome Highway, the Harmonica Man

Book Sale Friday & Saturday

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Saturday Activities 7 a.m. – Flea market 8:30 a.m. – Horseback fun show 11 a.m. – Benefit auction Items donated from each merchant and from each homestead in Charm. A Eureka Quilt (by the ladies of Charm), other miscellaneous quilts and wall hangings, a burl walnut wall clock, many other handcrafted items, and pies from the local women’s pie contest. Some of these items will be on display at Keim Lumber. You may donate items for the auction by bringing them to Keim Lumber before Saturday or to the school playground on Saturday afternoon. Proceeds benefit the Charm Community Share’N Care Fund. 4 p.m. – Drawings from participating merchants $1,000 grand prize

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• Community Silent Auction for Holmes County Hospice Friday and Saturday at the Charm school yard. All new donated items are welcome. • Joel Pomerene Hospital – full health screens at Keim Lumber from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Friday • Book Sale – Friday & Saturday

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Fact or Fiction?

Animal Name Challenge Farms are home to many animals, some of which go by other names. A male cat, for example, can also be called a tomcat, a female cat a queen and a young cat a kitten. Here are some questions about animal names. How many can you answer correctly? 1) A male cow is called a bull. Fact or Fiction? 2) A young cow is called a cub. Fact or Fiction? 3) A male chicken is called a rooster. Fact or Fiction? 4) A female chicken is called a hen and her young are called chicks. Fact or Fiction? 5) Young dogs are called colts. Fact or Fiction? 6) Young ducks are called goslings. Fact or Fiction? 7) Male hogs are called boars and female hogs are called sows. Fact or Fiction? 8) Young horses are called foals. Fact or Fiction? 9) A young male horse may also be called a colt and a young female horse may be called a filly. Fact or Fiction? 10) Young rabbits may be called bunnies or kittens. Fact or Fiction? Answers: 1) Fact, 2) Fiction, a young cow is called a calf, 3) Fact, 4) Fact, 5) Fiction, young dogs are called puppies and young donkeys are called colts, 6) Fiction, young ducks are called ducklings and young geese are called goslings, 7) Fact, 8) Fact, 9) Fact, 10) Fact

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Sutter - Norman engagement Annual Baltic Harvest Festival to announced CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON feature race CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Theresa and Jim McAtee of Hilliard are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Alexandra Taylor Norman to Sean Allen Sutter son of Kristina and Gary Sutter of Grandview Heights. Alexandra is the granddaughter of Bernice Smigelski of West Lafayette. The future bride graduated from Upper Arlington High School and attended Western State College of Colorado. She is employed as a medical assistant at Dr. Jay Blatnik Chiropractic Clinic in Clintonville. SUTTER - NORMAN The future groom graduated from Grandview Heights High School and was honorably discharged from the United States Coast Guard. He is employed as an account manager at State Tire and Service in Columbus. A fall wedding in 2014 is planned. The future bride and groom will reside in Columbus.

That’s a lot of pork

BALTIC - The picturesque town of Baltic will once again be hosting the Baltic Harvest Fest Saturday, Oct. 5. Presented by the Baltic Area Business Association, the Baltic Harvest Fest will feature past favorites such as a pumpkin carving contest, great seasonal food, hay rides and local musical entertainment. New to the event is a baking contest where contestants can enter any baked item as long as it features the required ingredient, pumpkin. Entries will be judged and winners will receive a prize. Also new to the festival this year is a 5k race beginning at Baltic Park and proceeding to the outskirts of Baltic and back. Participants receive a race t-shirt and post-race meal, while winners in the various age groups will receive medals for first, second and third places. Cost to participate in the race is $20 if registered prior to race day, or $25 day of race. Registration is from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on race day, with the race beginning at 9:30 a.m. The 5k race is being sponsored by more than 20 Baltic area businesses including: Genie Overhead Door, Miller’s Seamless Spouting, Miller’s Roofing, MRE Services, Mendenhall Farms, The Scoop, Baltic Country Meats, T & W Concrete, Thomas M. Garber, JSR Shoppe, Miller’s Dutch Kitch’n, Tate Services, Flex Technologies, Yoder’s Small Engine, Steiner Dairy, Schlabach Printers, Yoder Excavating, Oak Pointe Nursing and Rehabilitation, Baltic Medical Clinic, Gerber & Sons and Baltic State Bank. More details about the event can be found at the event homepage www.balticharvestfest.com.

Results

CLASS 15 Bantam Rooster 1 Kory Rinehart Lucky Learners 2 Nathan Hoffman Ridgewood FFA 3 Kialeigh Miller Chili Challengers CLASS 16 Game Male 1 Joselyn Miller Chili Challengers CLASS 18 Bantam Male-Female Pair 1 Kory Rinehart Lucky Learners 2 Kialeigh Miller Chili Challengers 3 Nathan Hoffman Ridgewood FFA 4 Eden Ehman Spring Mt. Climbers CLASS 19 Game Pair 1 Joselyn Miller Chili Challengers 2 Harley Parks Chili Challengers

GRAND CHAMPION Hunter Mizer, an eighth grader at Ridgewood, is pictured with his Grand Champion Market Hog following the market hog judging at CLASS 20 the Coshocton County Fair on Sunday, Sept. 29. Hunter is pictured with his parents Standard Female Duck Shandy and Jason Mizer. Mom said, “He’s worked very hard for this honor and 1 Rebekah Lillibridge Above & Beyond we’re really proud of him.” This is Hunter’s fifth year showing. Hunter himself said, 2 Sydney McKee Hamilton Valley “I feel honored and I’m really excited. We’ve been feeding it and working hard the Hustlers past couple of months and now that it’s fair time it paid off.” Mizer said, “Next is the auction and we need some buyers.” BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE CLASS 21 Standard Male Duck 1 Sydney McKee Hamilton Valley Hustlers 2 Rebekah Lillibridge Above & Beyond

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6 CLASS 22 Bantam Female Duck 1 Kialeigh Miller Chili Challengers CLASS 23 Bantam Male Duck 1 Belle Norman Hamilton Valley Hustlers CLASS 24 Goose 1 Abigail Lillibridge Above & Beyond 2 Rebekah Lillibridge Above & Beyond 3 Sydney McKee Hamilton Valley Hustlers BEST OF SHOW Abigail Lillibridge Above & Beyond RESERVE BEST OF SHOW Joselyn Miller Chili Challengers


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Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees Sarah C. Mast aka Sarah Mast to Sarah C. Mast aka Sara M. Mast, Trustee Mary Frances Bickel to Robert Allen Bickel Sarah C. Fleming and Glenn R. and Evelyn I. Fleming to Richard A. and Paulet J. Cutshall Sarah C. Fleming to Richard A. and Paulet J. Cutshall Robert Lloyd McClure aka Robert Loyd McClure, deceased to Norma Jean McClure Dean Snider, et al to Ronald D. Snider, et al Grant K. Daugherty to William S. Daugherty and Caroline D. Daugherty Robert B. Gwinn and Betty A. Sturtz to Robert B.

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Land Transfers: Gerald W. Arden and Deborah J. Arden, husband and wife to Bo Leon Allen Booth and Meggee Jo-Ann Booth; $169,500 Coshocton County Sheriff to Stanley C. Braxton and Nicole R. Braxton; $108,000 Center Lane, LLC to Charles S. Palubiak and Diane L. Palubiak; $50,000 Trevor David Ridenbaugh to Charles A. Harbaugh et al; $25,000 Green Tree Servicing to George Topovski and Tammy S. Mahaffy; $75,450 Charles R. Roof, et al to Jonathan D. and Julie R.

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Marriages: John Robert Slowikowski of Weirton, W.Va. to Mercedes Kay Cain of Weirton, W.Va. Victor Robert Storm of Fresno to Adrienne Leigh Aronhalt of Fresno Joseph Howard Roth of West Lafayette to Lauren Elizabeth LeBeau of West Lafayette Robert Alford Gaston II of Akron to Melissa Dawn Haenftling of West Lafayette Jason Adam Hardesty of Coshocton to Kelli LaRae Dansby of Coshocton Anthony Richard Findora of Coshocton to Ellen Danielle Betz of Coshocton

Miller; $165,500 Barbara Masters to Monroe A. Miller, et al; $27,500 Roman A. Raber and Susan M. Raber, husband and wife to Tiverton Timber, Ltd. an Ohio Limited Liability Company; $235,000 Cory A. Butts to Stephen A. Good; $130,000 Fred and Norma Dickinson to Donald G. Folmar; $80,000 Freddie Mac to Joseph W. Griffith and Carly C. Griffith; $20,500 Robert M. Miller and Susan Miller to Henry M. Miller; $6,000 Todd and Susie Bowen to Joseph J. Wilson; $80,000 Michael D. Simkins to Chad Simkins and Kira Ann Simkins; $17,500 Thomas G. Hicks and Beverly E. Hicks to James S. Allen and Adriene N. Allan; $215,000

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Sacred Heart attends Ag Day

2012 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour, contact Tammi Rogers, OSU Extension Coshocton County, 724 S. Seventh St., Room 110, Coshocton, OH 43812-2362; phone – 6222265; fax – 622-2197; e-mail - rogers.376@osu. edu; or visit coshocton.osu.edu.

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COSHOCTON - Cemeteries are maps to the past. We use them to chart ancestry, epidemics, population and life expectancy, and ethnic changes. How many exist today in Coshocton County? What are the names and locations of the ones that are no longer visible? Join the Our Town Stories get-together about cemeteries at the Johnson-Humrickhouse at noon Thursday, Oct. 10. All are welcome to join the discussion, whether you grew up in Coshocton or not. JHM’s Our Town Stories gathering occurs monthly on the second Thursday of the month at noon. The atmosphere is casual and the discussion is always informative, fun and surprising. Free beverages and cookies will be provided, and admission for the program is free. November’s topic is Downtown Christmas Traditions. For information, contact the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum at 622-8710 or jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org. The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. Museum hours through October are noon to 5 p.m. daily.

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Sacred Heart fourth grade students attended Ag Day Sept. 12, at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Pictured from left are: Mikayla Smith, Joe Abel, Colston Lauvray, Anthony Bouris-Wilson, Alex Papadopol, Liam Stevens-Woolery and Corey Alvarez. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

2013 POULTRY SHOW COSHOCTON COUNTY JUNIOR FAIR MARKET DUCK SHOW RESULTS

PLACING EXHIBITOR CLUB/CHAPTER CLASS 1 1 Isaac Egbert Krafty Kritters 2 Kaila Jacobs Pacesetters 3 Marissa Whitt Extreme Achievers 4 Samantha Wilsonm Happy Tracks 5 Abigail Lillibridge Above & Beyond 6 Rebekah Lillibridge Above & Beyond Entry Count 6

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As part of Kiefer’s Florist 100th anniversary celebration, the person who places the 100th order each month will receive a special floral arrangement. The winner for September is Jodie Edie.

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to 3 p.m. Sunday. The 2013 Fall Foliage and Farm Tour will again have some outstanding stops for all participants, as well as providing an excellent chance to take in the beautiful autumn landscape of Coshocton County. Some features of the 2013 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour are a dairy farm, Yellow Butterfly winery, a taxidermist, Troop Train Memorial and museum, a one-room school house and more. The lunch stop will be at the First Baptist Church in West Lafayette. Tour brochures will not be available until Saturday morning at The Animal Boutique & Villas (23905 Airport Road). If you are planning on going on the tour, please stop there to pick up your brochure and map and to register. The tour is free, but donations are appreciated. If you would like additional information regarding the

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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton County Ohio State University Extension, Soil & Water Conservation District and Farm Service Agency will again sponsor a drive-it-yourself fall foliage and farm tour. The tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 and from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, in Coshocton County. This year’s tour will highlight the southeast section of Coshocton County. The tour will continue to focus on the history of the area as well as provide the opportunity for participants to have an up-close experience of a variety of agricultural enterprises along the tour route. The tour will begin with the first stop and map pickup at The Animal Boutique & Villas, located just off U.S. Route 36, three miles east of Coshocton across from the Super Wal-Mart. Tour maps will be available at this first stop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and from noon

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the cook with the most tokens will be crowned at the end of the competition. The popular vote winner will receive a $200 cash prize sponsored by Northpointe Dental, Zanesville. There will also be a “Judges’ Choice” winner. They too will receive a $200 cash prize sponsored by Fischer Funeral Home, Warsaw/Danville. For those 21 years of age and older, come visit our Beer Garden. A variety of beers will provided to anyone with a valid photo identification. Age verified wrist bands will be issued at the main gate. Some other highlights of the day include:

Bratwurst, Hot Dogs, Water, and Soft Drinks served by the River View Park Board Open camp-fire, bring a chair. All proceeds benefit the River View Community Park and Pool For entry forms or questions, call (740) 8243600 or visit www.warsawohio.us

Rent Party season starts COSHOCTON - The Pomerene Center will lend its walls to three local musicians for a cold jam session to go along with the first Rent Party of the season. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and will wrap sometime around 9 p.m. Rent Parties started during the time of the great migration north (1910-1930) when blacks emigrating from the south settled the problem of Harlem’s inflated rents by throwing parties. Furniture was moved to the outside walls, musicians and refreshments were brought in, card tables were set up out of the way of the dance floor and the doors were opened in

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exchange for a few bucks. In an effort to relieve stress on its monthly budget, the Pomerene Center has adopted/ adapted the Rent Party to help meet its monthly gas bill. The doors open at 7 p.m. on First Friday evenings, October-April for great acoustic music, great times and great food, $3 per plate. The suggested donation is $10 at the door. To make a reservation, call 622-0326 or e-mail pomerenearts@gmail.com. Featured musicians for the October party will be Johnny Dotson, Erinn Simmons and Pete Skjold. Dotson is a premiere musician around town and a creative composer. Simmons works with the drum line at Maysville and Ridgewood, gives private lessons and plays in the local band Shadow of Silence. Skjold is a veteran professional bass player and amazing custom bass maker.

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WARSAW - The Parktoberfest 2013 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off will be Saturday, Oct. 12, from 4 - 7 p.m. at the River View Community Park in Warsaw. Admission is free! Come celebrate the fall and support the park. The River View Park Board invites everyone to come sample the chili entries from local residents, and find out who will claim the title of “Parktoberfest Chili Champion 2013”! Admission is free, but for a $5 donation, you will be able to sample as many of the chili entries as you like. Each paid patron will receive a voting token to support your favorite entry, and

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Cooking Class: “Home Cook Kitchen Skills” class will be Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. with Bob McKenna as the class instructor. Call Village Pantry at 575-4049 for reservations and more information. Annual Winter League: The Coshocton Softball Association Second Annual Winter League 2013 will start October 16 on Wednesday nights at 6:30 and play for 6 weeks. There is a coaches meeting October 9 at 6 p.m. Entry fee is $200. no players fee. Girls can play but need to be 18 and out of school. Contact Hammer at 740-502-8312.

BINGO: Bingo nights are open to the public at the Coshocton Moose 935, located at 120 W Main Street, Coshocton on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Special Prices on Packets. Future Habitat Homes: Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County is looking for families for future Habitat homes. To qualify, families must have: an actual housing need, household income based on HUD’s guidelines as well as suitable credit to be able to repay a mortgage, and a commitment to partner with Habitat. For more information, call the Habitat office at 623-2764. Habitat is an equal housing lender. Volunteers Needed: Second Chance Homeless Shelter is currently accepting volunteer applications for part-time Resident Advisor positions. The volunteer Resident Advisor helps to provide a positive emotional and social living environment for residents of the shelter. For a complete R/A description and application, contact Barb Lewis, office manager, at 622-3632. Board of Health Meeting: The regular meetings for the Coshocton County Board of Health will now be the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. instead of 5:30 p.m. in the County Services Building.

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Meet The Candidate: Hosted by The Warsaw Business Association on Tuesday, October 22 at Warsaw Elementary School. Light refreshments served from 6:30-7 p.m. Opening from 7:00-7:15 p.m. Candidate time from 7:15-8:45 p.m. and open forum from 8:459:30 p.m.

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Cooking Class: “Fall Favorites” class will be Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. with Jenny Wilson as the class instructor. Call Village Pantry at 575-4049 for reservations and more information.

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Nite Sale - Oct. 4 at 7:00pm Feeder Calf Sale - Oct. 15 at 12:30pm Oct. 22 - 22 Kiko cross boars

Come visit our outdoor flea market every Tuesday! Eggs, baked goods, household items, rabbits, chickens, misc. Auctioneer: Bert Raber FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 12:30 • AUCTIONEER: ANDY RABER WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND BUSINESS!

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8 UNIT RENTAL. 3-1 bedroom apartments, 4-2 bedroom apartments, 1 unit currently used as a barbershop. Current gross rent is $3460/month. Owner pays utilities. Conveniently located on Main Street with street parking and rear parking. Visit our website for more pictures at www.peddicordrice.com TERMS: Bidding to start at $50,000.00 and sells absolute from that point forward. 10% deposit down day of sale. Balance due within 45 days of auction. No contingencies in contract. UNITS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION 2 HOURS PRIOR TO SALE ONLY NOTE: This is a great opportunity to jump on a rental property that will put dollars in your pocket. All units are currently rented. Get on board here! OWNER: Kevin Barrett Auctioneers: Ryan LePage (740) 627-0133 Greg Rice (740) 502-3111 Herb Peddicord

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Support Groups: Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton Support Groups available. Adult support groups are held every other Friday at the Health Services office on 4th Street from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. starting October 11. A new children’s support group will be starting soon. It will be held monthly on the second Saturday of each month at the Health Service office on 4th Street at 2 p.m. starting October 12th. Registration is necessary. Please call the office and leave a voicemail for Mary McCune at ext. 205 if you plan to attend.

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Meet the Candidates: Sponsored by Coshocton Business and Professional Women and Coshocton County Farm Bureau on October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Coshocton County Career Center located at 23640 Airport Rd, CR 202. WTNS Radio will broadcast the Candidates Forum. Ken Smailes from WTNS Radio will serve as Moderator and will present questions based upon issues identified within the community. For more information contact Tomma Bordenkircher 740-622-0009 or Sherri Matis 740-545-6545 or tommab@roadrunner.com

Neighborhood Watch Meeting: Meeting for all Neighborhood Watch will be the fourth Thursday of each month at Shiloh Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Try to attend. We have a plan.

First Step 5K Run/Walk: A run/walk to benefit First Step Family Violence Intervention Services, Inc. will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Registration is from 8 to 8:45 a.m. at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Pre-registration is $20 and is due before Friday, Sept. 27. Race day registration is $25. Drawstring backpacks will be given to the first 50 people to register. For information, call 622-8504 or e-mail firststepcosh@sbcglobal.net.

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Flu Shots: Coshocton Senior Center along with Interim Health Care will offer flu shots from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, Oct. 7, at 201 Browns Lane. No appointment is needed and there is no costs for the flu shot if you are covered under Medicare Part B. Please bring your card with you. If you do not have Medicare Part B, the cost will be $25. For information, call 6224852.

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Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI): Will hold thier meeting Wednesday, October 2 at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Browns Lane. The meal will be at 12 Noon. Please call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation.

School Hotline: Help keep Coshocton City Schools safe with the new Coshocton City School District School Hotline. Just call 1-866-484-4634 to report threats of violence, fighting, bullying, theft, child abuse, gang activity, cheating, vandalism, and alcohol use. You do not have to identify yourself and your phone number is not recorded.

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Day Care Provider Training: The Coshocton County Maternal and Child Health Center will be sponsoring day care provider training on the following: First Aid and CPR: 3 hour renewal or 6 hour certification; Communicable Disease awareness: 3 hour renewal or 6 hour certification; Child abuse prevention: 3 hour renewal or 6 hour certification. Classes are being scheduled now. If you are interested in attending one of these classes or have questions regarding the classes, contact Leane Rohr at 295 – 7311 or by e-mail at leanerohr@coshoctoncounty.net

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Coshocton Senior Center Quarter Auction: The fundraiser will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, at the senior center. Doors open at 1 p.m. Mark your calendar for this exciting event and start saving your quarters. For information, contact Jamie Williams at 622-4852 or Dorothy Shaw at 291-7548.

and discuss ideas to unify Roscoe, Main Street and Second Street. For information, call 440-666-2652 or 440-465-7727.

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T-Bone Golf Outing: T-Bone (Troy Berry) Second Annual Benefit Golf Outing will be Sunday, Oct. 6 at Hickory Flats Golf Course. Unfortunately, there are no spots available for teams, but a Benefit/Gathering Night is planned Saturday, Oct. 5 at Schumaker Farms at 6p.m. for all friends, family, classmates, ball players (softball or baseball), and everyone to visit and help raise money for Troy Berry. For questions or for more information, contact Jamie Shample at 740-294-0191. Davi Rosslyn St. Clair Benefit: Please join in a benefit for Davi Rosslyn St. Clair, daughter of Samuel and Donna Cutlip St. Clair who passed away July 28th at 3 months of age. The benefit will be held at Coshocton Sportsman’s Club located at 21280 TR 283, Coshocton on October 12 at 4 p.m. There will be a steak feed and sides for $20, 50/50 drawing and auction. Davi St. Clair is the granddaughter of Vickie and O’Clare Cutlip, Service Manager at Mission Auto Connection. For more information concerning the benefit, please contact Annette or Stephany at 740-623-8337. A monetary gift can be sent to Mission Auto Connection, 44672 US 36, Coshocton, OH 43812 c/o Annette Mizer. 5K Walk, Run, Roll: Three Rivers Therapy & The Central Ohio Spina Bifida Alliance 5K Walk, Run, Roll is Sunday, October 13 starting at 1 p.m. at Burt Park in West Lafayette. Mail-in registration with $20 fee (pre-registration) through September 27th to Three Rivers Therapy Service, LLC - % Stacey Shriver, 353

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Open House: AddyStrong Open House will be at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites located at 115 North Water Street, Coshocton on Sunday, October 13 from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Each vendor will donate a door prize. Each person who comes to the OPEN HOUSE can buy tickets for a chance to win a door prize. Put your tickets in the containers on the vendor’s table that you want to try to win the door prize from. Tickets 1/$1, 6/$5, 13/$10 OR 28/$20. You can put as many tickets as you want in the container. Some of the vendors will also be taking orders for their product or have CASH & CARRY products. A percentage of their sales will be donated to: AddyStrong Scholarship Fund. For more info call: 740-6238359

Addy Dash 5K: Saturday, Oct. 19, at Lake Park in Coshocton at the Playvilion. Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the race will begin at 9:30 a.m. Cost is $25 and includes a Dri Fit shirt. Prizes will be awarded to the top runners and door prizes will be available after the race. All proceeds will go to the AddySTRONG Scholarship Fund. In order to be guaranteed a shirt, registration and entree fee must be received by Monday, Sept. 30. You are able to register the day of the race, but will not be guaranteed a shirt. Please send entree fee to: Addy Dash, P.O. Box 44, Warsaw, OH 43844. Please include name(s) of entrant with registration fee. Checks can be made out to Addy Dash. Registration forms also can be found at Canal Cargo, Kids American or online at http://goo.gl/KC5pa7. For information, e-mail addydash5k@gmail.com.

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Walnut St., Coshocton, OH 43812. Pre-registered participants are guaranteed a T-shirt and may pick up their shirts and number packet any day of the week at Three Rivers Therapy from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Race Day registration will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call Stacey Shriver at 740-295-7080 at Three Rivers Therapy Services, LLC

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October 4 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, October 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Nellie School, Bridge St. Nellie. Bargains Galore! Mark your calendar! Gospel Sing: The Colonial City Quartet will sing at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at Gospel Hill. This quartet is an energetic Southern Gospel Quartet from Mansfield. Come early and tour the Gospel Hill Lighthouse and enjoy the changing colors of the leaves in the valley below. There also will be a food stand which will serve from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. The sing will be held indoors at Gospel Hill Ministry’s place of worship, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw. Info: 824-3300. Annual Homecoming: New Bedford Zion U.C.C. Annual Homecoming to be Sunday, October 13. Services at 10:30, Noon meal served by Women’s Guild. A musical program will follow at 1:30. God’s Treasure Chest: Set Free Community Church’s Outreach program, ‘God’s Treasure Chest’ will be open the first and third Friday of the month from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. This month will be giving away nonperishable items. Call the church at 622-8703 for any donations you want to drop off or have picked up. God’s Treasure Chest is located at 117 S. 6th Street in Coshocton. Beth Moore Classes: Beth Moore Classes meet Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. at Grace United Methodist Church, 422 Walnut Street. All are welcome to join in the newest of Beth’s Bible Studies, “Law of Love”. These lessons delve into the book of Deuteronomy. Pizza on Wednesdays: Pizza is now available 3 - 8 p.m. every Wednesday at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. Pizza is always made fresh from scratch. Fresh Stromboli is also available. Call (740) 545-9707 to order. Eat in or carry out. Proceeds benefit the AWANA kids ministry at the church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10, Fresno. Visit their website: www.chilibiblechurch.org Garden of Grace: Garden of Grace ministries will have services every Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Coshocton Autumn Extended Care at the Coshocton Memorial Hospital. The preacher will be Ruthann Fowler – Hothem with live music by J Dotson. For more information, call (740) 622-1224.


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Fresno Bible Church AWANA Club: AWANA Club for children ages three to sixth grade will be every Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8 p.m. Some fun activities will include contests such as dress in your favorite sports team colors, silly hair and more. For information, call the church at 545-7382.

Jacob’s Closet: New hours for the Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet. The closet will be open every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the fourth Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. Good, clean clothing is free. Anyone that has clothing donations may drop them off any weekday morning from 9 am. – Noon. They are in need of children’s clothing. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw. Jacob’s Closet: New hours for the Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet. The closet will be open every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the fourth Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. Good, clean clothing is free. Anyone that has clothing donations may drop them off any

Church Service: The Church of God located at 703 S 2nd St would like to invite everyone to services on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. for all ages. Also, junior church is provided during the worship services. For those who need transportation, they can pick you up in their new church van. Just call Bill at 502-9701 and for pick-up. Community Dinner: The Central Christian Church at 731 Main Street has a community dinner on the fifth Wednesday in months that have five Wednesdays. The dinner is served in the fellowship hall from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Bible Study: Home of Christ has bible study each Wednesday and Thursday night from 6 - 8 p.m. It is located at 139 Bridge St in Coshocton. Home of Christ Mission: All donations are accepted. Helps to buy bibles and helps families in need with bills. All donations can be dropped off at 139 Bridge St. in Coshocton.

Clubs and Organizations Weight Watchers Meeting: There will be a Weight Watchers meeting every Thursday evening from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane in Coshocton. Call 622-6241 or 6229537 with any questions. Weight Loss Support Group: A weight loss/support group, Tops, OH #1574 meets on Saturday mornings at the Church of Christ on Chestnut Street in Coshocton. Weigh-in begins at 9 a.m. and the meeting begins at approximately 9:30 a.m. Tops Club, Inc. is a weight loss/support group that meets on a weekly basis to assist members in losing weight, and maintaining that weight loss. Materials are available for purchase to assist the member to reach their weight loss goals. Adults, Teens/Pre-teens are welcome to join for a yearly fee. For more information, contact leader Ann Lauvray at 502-7438. The church

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COSHOCTON - Members of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 65 spent Sept. 27 helping the animal shelter. The ladies were posted outside of Baker’s, Buehler’s and Wal-Mart and asked shoppers

to make donations of: Newspapers, paper towels, food and treats for both dogs and cats, detergents, dryer sheets, fabric softener, cleaning items that were not scented with lemon and bleach. Monetary donations also were gladly accepted in containers designed by Taylor and Tanner Moats. Taylor and Tanner are the grandchildren of Carolyn Moats, who is a member of the ladies

Cloud Climbers: The Cloud Climbers R.C. club will be having their monthly meeting the first Tuesday of the month at their Flying Field at 7 p.m. Inviting all interested in R.C. airplanes to attend. Call 505-3036, 502-1916 or 498-8885 for any question. We are AMA Chartered. Blue Star Mothers of America: Coshocton County Chapter OH59 of the Blue Star Mothers of America meets the second Monday of each month at the Church of the Nazarene, 1058 Orange Street, Room 103 at 6:30 p.m. All mothers, step-mothers, foster mothers, and grandmothers of active duty military and reservists/guard are invited to come together to support one another, US military members and their families. For information, call 610-4740. VFW 1330: The Women’s Auxiliary meets at 9 a.m. the first Monday of the month and the men meet at 9 a.m. the second Thursday of the month. The kitchen is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday’s special is hamburger and french fries. The VFW 1330 is located at 133 S. Sixth St. Grief Support Group: The Adult Bereavement Support Group is every other Friday at 11 a.m. at Health Services of Coshocton. There is not an active Children’s Group at this time. If you feel your child is in need of support, call 622-7311 ext. 205. Ask for Mary McCune. Registration is necessary for the Children’s Group. Martha’s Cupboard: Martha’s Cupboard is open every third Saturday of the month from 10 – 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church for all Coshocton County residents. The church is located at 54233 TR 172 in Fresno. The cupboard is stocked with free household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and baby products. Photo ID, utility, or other bill showing current address, and birth certificates or custody papers for children in the residence are required to receive services.

BY JOSIE SELLERS auxiliary. “We picked the animal shelter for a community service project because they are always in need of help,” Carolyn said. Carolyn and Carole Lavenski were posted together at Baker’s and both are glad they are part of the American Legion and can help with projects like this. “My husband was in the Army and he joined to talk with other veterans and share stories and then I got involved,” she said. “We have a good time together.” Carolyn joined the organization through her later father, who was a veteran. “I’m a widow so this gives me something to do,” she said. The ladies’ fundraiser was organized by Glora Wallace. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Community Dinners: The Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church has a community dinner the second Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served at the Burt Fellowship Hall on Orange Street. The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut, has a community dinner the third Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served in the Fellowship Hall located in the basement of the church. The Park United Methodist Church at 122 Park Ave. has a community dinner the fourth Wednesday of every month. The dinner is served in the fellowship hall from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

weekday morning from 9 am. – Noon. They are in need of children’s clothing. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw.

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Calling all Kids: Coshocton Baptist Church and the Coshocton McDonald’s are teaming up to share information about the Ronald McDonald House in Akron. Kids in preschool through 8th grade are invited to join their AWANA clubs. Meetings are on Wednesday evenings from 6:15 – 8 p.m. at the Coshocton Baptist Church on Denman Avenue. They will also have movie nights, princess night, Nerf war night, and a talent show. For more information, contact Cherie Reveal at 610-8966.

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753 S. LAWN AVE., COSHOCTON This well constructed brick elementary school building is situated on 1.35 +/- acres and contains over 20,000 square feet consisting of 18 classrooms, 4 offices, handicap accessible bathrooms, gymnasium and small kitchen. Lots of potential...come ready to buy! Real Estate Terms: Property will be offered with a very motivated seller having the right to confirm the last bid. 10% non-refundable deposit due day of auction and balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. No contingencies accepted and all inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Viewing: By appointment; Call Auctioneer, Also, Property will be open one hour prior to sale. Seller: Coshocton City Schools Auctioneer: James F. Nelson

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Property IS SELLING!!! Good News for Coshocton County: 1. Land prices are rising! 2. Rural properties are in Demand! 3. House market has Bottomed Out! 4. Interest rates are Cheap... Cheap...CHEAP! 5. Investors are back in the market! If you have Real Estate to sell... Call Marc & BeLinda Lacy NOW!

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This sale is filled with the contents of fifteen years of collecting and flea marketing. Items include: Jewelry, Gold & Silver, 2Industrial Singer Sewing Machines, 2-10 x 10 Pop-up Tents, Assorted Hand & Power Tools, Assorted Glassware, Kerosene Heaters, Antique Quilt Frames, White Plastic Banquet Tables, Plastic & Metal Shelving, Coleman Stoves, Fishing Poles & Lures, Windows, Doors, Fittings, 9 x 7 Garage Door, Furniture, Household Items and Much More...Still Unpacking!!! Terms: All Merchandise sold to highest bidder, acceptable payment form is Cash or Good Check. All accounts must be paid prior to removing merchandise from property. Seller: Paul Shepard Auctioneer: James F. Nelson Apprentice Auctioneer: Shawn Dostie

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teachers spend $500 of their own money on classroom supplies. “They do that because they care about your future and want you to have the best education possible,” she said. Colvin also thanked the teachers for what they do and noted that he wished it would have been possible to honor everyone in the building who helps educate the students. “There is a reason why my three kids go here,” he said. “I’m sure the other schools have great people too, but you guys really give of yourselves.” Second grade teacher Diane Daugherty kept asking Colvin what the assembly was going to be about, but in the end was very pleased with the surprise. “I feel very uplifted and honored,” she said. “It was nice of Matt and Wal-Mart to do this. It makes me ready to come back from fair break.” Colvin was glad he could surprise the teachers and continue to build on the family atmosphere he stresses at Keene. “I really push family,” he said. “It’s not yours or mine. It’s ours and what can we do to improve.” For photos from the presentation, visit www. coshoctonbeacontoday.com. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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KEENE - Students at Keene Elementary screamed and hollered at the top of their lungs when their teachers were honored during an assembly last week. Twenty teachers at Keene were surprised with flowers and gift certificates from Wal-Mart for their dedication to their students and school. “Right now we are going through a lot of transition with state mandates and cuts in funding and the teachers are starting to feel the stress,” said Matt Colvin, principal at Keene Elementary. “When Wal-Mart called about honoring a staff member I asked if they could do 20 because they are all great people.” Stephanie Hoke, store manager of the local Wal-Mart, happily agreed to Colvin’s request and gave out 20 $50 gift cards instead of one big award. “All teachers work hard and contribute (financially) to their classrooms so we as WalMart want to give back,” she said. Hoke told the students that on average

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ABSOLUTE COSHOCTON COUNTY FARM AUCTION 70 ACRE FARM W/ MINERAL RIGHTS

COSHOCTON - Active shooter/aggressor training will be offered at COTC’s Coshocton Campus from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 4. The session will focus on the ALICE concepts of Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Escape while stressing empowerment of individuals not to become a victim. A presentation on Verbal Judo for Customer Service will also be presented to demonstrate how to deliver effective responses for de-escalation of emotional customer service interactions. Both training sessions will be delivered by Denny Hollern, police lieutenant in The Ohio State University Police Division and Public Safety Supervisor for The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College. Lt. Hollern has 34 years of experience in law enforcement as a police officer, 20 years as a detective investigating violent crime and 25 years as a SWAT team member and later as a SWAT Team Commander. Lt. Hollern has responded to several active shooter/ aggressor incidents throughout his career and was recognized in 2009 by the OSU Police Division with the Valor Award, the highest individual award an officer can receive. To RSVP, contact Teri Holder, special assistant to the president for strategic initiatives, at 740-755-7722 or tholder@cotc.edu.

Location: 15792 County Road 80 Frazeysburg, OH 43822. GPS Coordinates: 40.191512,-82.114738. Directions: From SR 16 between Coshocton & Newark take SR 586 north 7 miles to SR 79, turn northeast 7 miles to CR 80, turn south 4 miles to property. From SR 541 between Coshocton & Martinsburg take SR 79 south 2 miles to CR 80 continue south 4 miles to property.

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Property Location: GPS Coordinates: 40.113319,-81.4297. Township Road 118 Coshocton, OH 43812. Directions: From Plainfield take S.R. 93 South to S.R 541, proceed south on S.R. 541 to Township Highway 118 Northeast. Watch for Signs.

* 70.439 Acres * Pike Township * Coshocton County * 2 Parcels * House & Barn * Free Gas * HBP Gas & Oil Rights * Creek * Mostly Wooded * Food Plots w/ Elevated Hunting Blinds * Great Hunting & Recreation *

*53.6629 Acres of Vacant Land * Pond * 2 Parcels * Hunting Ground * Coshocton County * * Linton Township * Ridgewood Local Schools* Here is a very attractive recreational tract of land with the gas/oil rights. This land has a pond, trails, and is mostly open. The gas/oil rights are currently held by production and will transfer to new buyers. This would make a great addition to anyone’s real estate investment portfolio! Walk the land at your earliest convenience. Call for an aerial map. For more information visit www.kaufmanauctions.com PARCEL 1: 25.6274 Acres – 460’ of Frontage – Pond – with Gas/ Oil Rights PARCEL 2: 28.0355 Acres – 274’of Frontage – with Gas/Oil Rights Legal: Parcel #0210000077202 & 0210000077200 in Linton Twp. Coshocton County, Ridgewood Local Schools. Taxes are $407.63/half.

70 acre Coshocton County farm with open pasture land, wooded with some mature trees, solid 2 story farm house, barn, creek, established food plots and elevated hunting blinds. This farm offers great hunting with many trails established throughout the land. The home features 3 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, dining room, and living room and also has free gas heat. The land is gently rolling offering mostly wooded land and has a small creek running through. The gas & oil rights are held by production and produced a royalty of $2500 in 2012. This farm has good attributes and would make a solid investment with consistent gas/ oil revenue, proven hunting and a country home with barn. Join us for the open house as we will have an ATV on site to show you the INS & OUTS of this property. Sells Absolute to the highest bidder! PARCEL 1: 5.439 Acres w/ 554.61’ frontage. Includes the house & barn with fenced pasture. PARCEL 2: 65 Acres w/ 746.33’ frontage. Mostly wooded with great hunting infrastructure. PARCEL 3: 70.439 Acres of gas & oil rights. These rights are held by production from an existing well and offer an owner’s 1/8th royalty. 2012 royalties were $2500.00. All rights subject to existing lease. Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium. 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at time of closing. No Contingencies. Sells subject to all articles of record. Sells “As Is” with no warranties. Will be offered in parcels and then combined including gas/oil rights and will sell whichever grosses the most. Announcements day of sale will take precedence. Immediate hunting rights will be granted with down payment. Legal: Parcel #0320000009000 located in Pike Township of Coshocton County and the Riverview LSD. Taxes per half year are: $ 395.99 based on CAUV; any recoupment is the buyer’s responsibility.

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Absolute Auction 2 Wed., October 9 • 6pm Property Location: GPS Coordinates 40.142266,-81.422596. Township Road 261 Coshocton, OH 43812. Directions: From West Lafayette take S.R. 93 South to T.R. 154 and proceed East to T.R. 261 to property.

*33.9622 Acres * 2 Parcels * Beautiful Views * Building Sites* Hunting Ground * Coshocton County * * Oxford Township * Ridgewood Local Schools * This land is primarily open and offers beautiful views along the entire property. The amount of frontage gives you a bunch of different options both now & in the future. The gas/oil rights do not transfer as they have been held by a previous party. This property will be sold absolute to the highest bidder so have your financing in order! For more information visit www.kaufmanauctions.com PARCEL 1: 17.3956 Acres – 1,312’ of Frontage PARCEL 2: 16.5666 Acres – 540’ of Frontage Legal: Parcel # 0290000016304 in Oxford Twp, Ridgewood Local schools. Taxes are $404.24/half year. Terms for both: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements the day of auction take precedence over all other advertising. Closing in 45 days and possession at closing. AUCTION BY ORDER OF: Cecil Hale & Dale Hale (POA)

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. 3 Bedroom . 3 Full /1 half bath . Main floor Family Rm. . Sun Room .Corian Kitchen counters . Security System . 2 car attached/2 car detached garage . Home Warranty offered . Much more! Must see to appreciate

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MR. AND MRS. CONRAD On Sept. 14, 2013, at Ravens Glenn winery and in front of their family and friends, Jacob Conrad and Stephanie Bullock exchanged their wedding vows. Jacob is the son of Randy and Kari Conrad. He is a 2007 graduate of River View High School and is now employed at Russell’s Auto Center in Warsaw. Stephanie is the daughter of Robert and Sherri Bullock. She is a 2008 graduate of River View High School and is employed at Sheree’s Salon and Spa and Century 21 as a real estate agent. 1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 www.jeffdrennen.com

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COSHOCTON - A 5K Run/Walk to raise money to provide support to former foster children was held Sept. 21, at Lake Park. The purpose of the event was to raise awareness and funds to provide ancillary support to former foster children who pursue post-secondary education. These funds could be used for supportive services, such as gas cards, to provide the students with the means to travel back to their biological or former foster families for holidays and other special events. Forty-one people participated in the event. Megan Bookless had the winning time of 20:45. Results in age/gender categories are: • Male/under 20 – First - Quentin Sharier; Second - Cade Hill; Third Mason Varns • Female/ 20-29 – First - Sarah Bourne; Second - Brooke Thomas; Third - Krista Pearson • Male/20-29 – First - Caleb Anderson; Second - Matt Crawford; Third - Matt Sturtz • Female/30-39 – First - Megan Bookless; Second - Megan Philabaum; Third - Christie Thornsley • Male/ 30-39 – First - Ray Young • Female/40-49 – First - Robin Sharier; Second - Lori Varns; Third Tonya Lock • Female/50 plus – First - Denise Miller; Second - Lisa Clark • Male/50 plus – First - Fred Wachtel; Second - Don Tupper; Third John Grandmason Organizers expect to hold the event annually the same weekend. Area coaches Gwenna Neal and Keith Matz assisted with the event.

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Name: Cody Williams Year in school: Senior at Coshocton High School Sport and position: Football, wide receiver and outside linebacker What is your favorite bus ride to away games memory? Getting sucked up in a tornado in New Philadelphia Who inspires you? My mom What is your favorite pre-game warm-up song? Eminem’s “Survival” What is your favorite sports drink and flavor? Blue Powerade What advice would you give younger athletes? Treasure every moment, because it goes by faster than you think What do you want to do after high school graduation? Go to college

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