November 14, 2012 Coshocton County Beacon

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VETERANS DAY PHOTOS PAGE 14 MAGIC ON MAIN PAGES 15-18 CLASSIFIED PAGE 31 This edition of The Beacon published in memory of Dawn Wolford

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The Coshocton County Joint Veterans Council held the annual Veterans Day program Nov. 12, at the Coshocton County Court Square. Featured speakers were Vietnam Veteran David Dilly who shared about his experiences with the Honor Flight Columbus program, Coshocton High School senior Peggy Prince who spoke on the topic, “What is a Veteran?” and Kitty Exline who explained about the Blue Star Mothers Group. Music was provided by the Walhonding Rube Band and taps also was performed. Pastor Mary Owen of the Fresno United Methodist Church delivered the invocation and benediction and the Honor Guard also was there to fire a 21 Gun Salute. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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and Music at Tim Hortons Customer Index Poetry CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON COSHOCTON - Poetry and Music Night sponsored by the Write-On Writers Guild is throughout the state of Ohio. Chuck also is the Thursday, Nov. 15 from 7 – 9 p.m. at Tim Hortons, located at 131 Chestnut Street, Coshocton. Featured poet is Chuck Salmons from Columbus. Chuck earned his M.A. in English from Northern Michigan University and is the current Vice-President of Ohio Poetry Association (OPA). His poems have appeared in several journals and anthologies, including Pudding Magazine, Paradigm, Red Thread Gold Thread, The Fib Review, and Appleseeds. He won the 2011 William Redding Memorial Poetry Contest, sponsored by The Poetry Forum of Columbus, and regularly gives readings


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OPA newsletter editor, contributing book and chapbook reviews of works by OPA members. He earns a living as Publications Editor for the Ohio Geological Survey. Feature music will be played by Coshocton’s Second Wind Quintet with Leslie Dawson, bassoon; Jeff Roquemore, flute; Linda Gardner, oboe; Susan Barzda, clarinet and Ron Geese, euphonium. Featured are themes from Gone with the Wind and the Alfred Hitchcock TV series. There will be an open mic for poets and musicians. For more information call Sharon Mooney at 740-623-8348.

Happy Birthday Butch son, father, husband, brother, grandpa & friend

Donald H. Steiner

March 18th, 1927 November 13th, 2009 My best friend, Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by Nancy & family

Nights are long and days longer without you. We can only pray you feel the times you are always in our thoughts as each day goes by. Why you had to leave us only God knows but we know you are watching us each day. So Happy Birthday Butch from your family & friends.

Mom, Dad, Sisters, Brothers, Josh, Kasey, Bailey, Kelsey, Wendy, Hailee and Meadow


90th Birthday Card Shower Margery Burrier will be 90 years old on November 16th Please send cards to: Margery Burrier % Autumn Healthcare 1991 Otsego Ave. Coshocton, OH 43812


Global Media Works - Stihl ........ 13 Golden’s Women’s Apparel ........ 16 Hershberger Country Store.......... 8 Hopewell School ......................... 6 Keim Lumber Company.............. 13 Lenny’s Barber Shop ................... 3 Marczewski Law Offices ............. 8 Milligan Memorials ...................... 6 Mission Auto Connection .......... 25 Mosier Computer ...................... 10 Ohio Heritage Financial Services................................... 1 Olde Town Realty, Marc Lacy, Agents ................................... 29 Olde Town Realty, Paul Bratton, Auctioneer ............................. 27 Peddicord Rice Auction Realty .. 28 Physicians Minor Care and Occupational Health ............... 11 Seton Coshocton Apartments...... 5 Shelby Theatres .......................... 2 Sheree’s Salon & Spa ............... 18 Sprint Print Marketing Media Creations ............................... 10 Statements by Shannon .............. 7 Susan J. Turner, Coshocton County Recorder-Elect ......................... 9 The Farmerstown Community Livestock Auction, LLC........... 27 The Good News Book Store ...... 18 Village Motors Inc. .................... 30 Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel Co. .............................. 13 Wells Fargo Advisors................... 7 Wilson Carpet & Furniture ......... 17


Adult Center Education ............... 3 Agents Realty & Auction Services................................. 27 Beltone Hearing Aid Center ......... 6 Carol Goff & Associates LLC..... 17 Carroll’s Men’s Shop & Sporting Goods .................................... 18 Carton’s.................................... 16 Christine Sycks for County Auditor .................................... 9 Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton ............................. 30 Chuck Nicholson ....................... 32 Committee to Re-Elect Janet Mosier ..................................... 7 Committee to Retain Janette Donaker, County Treasurer ...... 9 Coshocton Business & Service Directory ............................... 19 Coshocton Chiropractic Health Center ................................... 11 Coshocton County Memorial Hospital ............................... 3, 5 Coshocton County Senior Center ..................................... 6 Coshocton Gift Depot ............... 16 Coshocton Trucking, Inc. ............ 5 28 Dale Gress Auctioneer, Terry Longsworth .................. 29 Dale Gress Real Estate.............. 27 Designs by Michele LLC .............. 8 Ember Complete Care Home Health Services................................. 17 Emmanuel Lutheran Church ......... 8 Four Paws Thrift Shop & Pet Adoption Center ..................... 16 Given-Dawson Funeral Home ....... 6



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Clarence “the crow,” being held by Jan Myers, on the right, flew over to the Pomerene Center for the Arts to check out crow themed artwork that Anne Cornell, left, wanted to show him. Myers’ Coshocton Visitors Bureau and Cornell’s Pomerene Center are working together to plan a Crow Homecoming, which will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. BEACON PHOTO BY

Accepting New Patients Smriti Vaid,

COSHOCTON - Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau, • Building Construction For more wants to turn a negative into a positive. • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) “The crows will be here until late February or early March,” she said. information • Power Lineman “We might as well do something fun with them. If Hinckley can have a call today! buzzard day, than we can do this. Crows are actually cute to some people.” • Multi-Craft Maintenance 740-455-3111 The Crow Homecoming will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at • Administrative Assistant the former Park Hotel Lot on Main Street. The Pomerene Center for the Arts is hosting the event, which includes contests, prizes, Crowtown Pizza, crow appetizers from the Warehouse Steak n Stein and Hot “Crow-Co from Medbery Marketplace. Crow inspired art work by River View High School students also will be on display. “They are sculptures made out of wire and plastic bags that are treated with heat,” said Anne Cornell, director of the Pomerene Center. Also on display will be the Crow Wall, which will temporarily hang Visit us @ on the outside wall of the Park Hotel Lot. “It’s graffiti style art,” Cornell said. “It’s a way for us to take control of an issue and play.” The Crow Wall was done in panels that COSHOCTON HOSPITAL were photographed to make a 2,500 square foot PLEASANT VALLEY CLINIC billboard to be hung up at the Park Hotel Lot. The public also can view the original panels at the Pomerene Center. Attendees also will have the opportunity to get their picture taken with the crow from Crowtown Pizza and Clarence “the crow,” a mascot for Coshocton who was created by the CVB. MD Internal Medicine Physician “Clarence helps us talk about the crows in Coshocton,” Myers said. “The crows have a negative image and he’s a cute character to give them a positive voice.” To schedule an Dr. Smriti Vaid has joined the medical staff of the Pleasant Valley Clinic Clarence attends various events in Coshocton and is now accepting patients. As an internal medicine physician, she appointment, please and even has his own Facebook page for friends specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases. call her office at to leave him messages. (740) 295-5922. Dr. Vaid’s office is located at 1390 Pleasant Valley Dr. To find out more about the Crow Homecoming, contact the Pomerene Center for the Arts at 740-622-0326 or the Coshocton pleasant valley clinic Visitors Bureau at 740-622-4877 or www. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM 0041_111412





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“If only” questions that ccording to the can only be answered television program – well, like Cleveland I watched Sunday next year. Can the Irish evening – Veteran’s get into the BCS title Day – on PBS, there are game? Maybe this is one and a half million the year for Notre Dame World War II veterans fans. The stars could still living. If you had be lining up for that the opportunity to watch possibility. Can Kansas the program held in the State finish unbeaten? nation’s capital, it was Or Oregon? Typically, an emotional program MARK FORTUNE someone falters down the with uplifting music and most especially, poignant renditions stretch. We will see. detailing the service of several Ahhh, an empty mailbox – well, veterans from the war in Iraq and except for bills and a lot less junk-mail Afghanistan. Told with emotion and – and a home phone that rarely rings heart, these stories brought the war can only mean one thing of course; home in a very personal, unique and the election is over. Now we will find different way to the audience and to out if our Congressional leaders and viewers on PBS. I hope you watched the White House can work together if you had the opportunity. We need to avoid the so called, “fiscal cliff” to take the time to appreciate our as it is being termed. Perhaps a better veteran’s. Thank you. phrase might be, “fiscal divide”, Unfortunately, the scandal as that is what this seemingly is all involving now former CIA director about. Raising taxes on the wealthiest Petraeus took a bit of the shine off Americans, yep, they can afford it, as of weekend events honoring our they can also afford the attorney’s to military, but this incident in no find the loopholes and deductions. way mars their service or sacrifice. Maybe our leaders should just cut More will come out about this and expenses like most of us have had especially, how, or if, it is related to do so we can buy food, pay for to the four American deaths in insurance, taxes, and the big one, fill Benghazi. A tragedy that should not the gas tank. But what do I know? have happened. Any predictions on a I am cautiously optimistic about new CIA director? the new Abraham Lincoln movie Well, this week’s opponent is starring Daniel Day Lewis. The Wisconsin followed by that dreaded movie is already being bandied about team from up north. The Buckeyes are as the one to beat when it comes to gearing up for an undefeated season the Oscars. Might be a good film for and the opportunity to be champs history class. As a history buff, I am of the Big 10 Leaders division. looking forward to seeing it. Now one of a handful of undefeated Division I teams remaining with Alabama’s loss, Buckeye fans that bleed scarlet and gray are asking,

Farm Foliage Tour saw more than 1,600 residents participate CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

COSHOCTON - The Coshocton County offices of OSU Extension, Soil & Water Conservation District and Farm Service Agency thank everyone who participated in the 2012 Fall Foliage and Farm Tour including tour goers and hosts. A special thank you to the tour stop hosts: The Animal Boutique & Villas, Powell Farm, Strawberry Hill Farm, Progressive Valley Grange, Blue Ridge Whitetails, Blue Ridge Dairy and Rainbow Hills Vineyard, for the local education and entertainment they and their volunteers provided. Agriculture is the county, state and nation’s number one industry and each of the stops represent an aspect of the county’s valuable agricultural enterprises. Many local people volunteer their time, energy and resources to ensure the success of the annual tour. This year was no exception. The 2012 tour brought nearly 1,600 people through the northeastern section of Coshocton County and the weather cooperated for the most part. Tourgoers represented seven states and 27 Ohio counties. In fact, 26 percent of the participants registered reside outside of Coshocton County. What a wonderful way to draw individuals into Coshocton County and to feature and support local ag-based businesses and industries! The 2013 tour will feature southeastern Coshocton County Oct. 19-20. If you have any comments on the 2012 tour, suggestions for the 2013 tour, or would like to serve on the 2013 planning committee, please contact Tammi Rogers at 622-2265, or visit: http:// Tammi Rogers, OSU Extension- Coshocton County Program Asst., Ag & Natural Resources, Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator

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COSHOCTON - The United Way is announcing that Jackie Jackson has been chosen to be the Volunteer of the month for October. Jackie volunteers with the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland and has been a troop leader for 5 years. During this time she has led at least one troop or assisted in leading multiple troops at the same time. “Jackie is always willing to jump in and help when needed. She has assisted me in Recruitment Night by leading the perspective girls through activities similar to what they might do in a troop, giving them a taste of Girl Scouts,” said Regional Director, Kendra O’Reilly. Jackie encourages the parents to be active participants in their daughter’s troop. By doing this she fosters the parent/daughter bond with the families in the troop.

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Dr. Tongco provides a comprehensive approach to sports medicine that includes:

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Evaluation and management of sports-related injuries Concussion management Evaluation of return-to-play issues Simple fracture care Overuse injuries Treatment of medical issues as related to athletic participation (asthma, diabetes, hypertension, etc.)


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Jackie has led the girls in participating in the Clean Up Coshocton day even when the weather has been less than cooperative. Jackie lives with her husband and 3 children in Coshocton.


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Jackson named Volunteer of the Month


strips than actually performing the work. The search for a new supplier was undertaken. Many months and three suppliers later, Jamie Hoy was discovered. After a home visit with Debbie Christmas, Job Developer for Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities and Sean Ragsdale with the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, they became aware of Hoy’s woodshop and his interest in woodworking. Hoy cut some samples for Boltaron and a new partnership was formed. He has now begun his own business, Jamie’s Custom Wood Cutting. Hopewell Industries now receives the required wooden strips every Friday. His quality is exceptional. They haven’t had a single wasted board and their production rate is now where it needs to be and Boltaron is getting their constructed frames on time. Boltaron has recognized the value of the services Hopewell Industries provides and appreciates the partnership that has been formed. Contact Jamie’s Custom Wood Cutting at jlhoy@yahoo. com.


COSHOCTON - Held each October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a national campaign that raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. Boltaron, a Newcomerstown facility, is congratulated for its long standing partnership with Hopewell Industries. Boltaron has been contracting with Hopewell Industries since 2004 for a wide variety of services for the employees of Hopewell Industries. Employees of Hopewell Industries assemble Boltaron’s promotional folders, plastic sample sets; landscaping, and many other projects. At Hopewell Industries, no job is too small or too large, our employees love to work. In early spring, a new project came through to Hopewell that required wooden strips to be attached to a cardboard sheet to construct a frame which Boltaron would then use to ship their large sheets of plastic. The immediate problem was that the quality of the wooden strips was so poor that more time was spent inspecting the wooden



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Tuesday, November 20 Carved Turkey on Bread Dressing, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Glazed Baby Carrots, Fruit Salad, Pumpkin Pie, Dinner Roll/ Marg., Milk

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Wednesday, November 21 Roast Pork w/ Gravy, Au Gratin Potatoes, Corn, Peaches, Dinner Roll/ Marg., Milk

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Friday, November 23 Center Closed for Thanksgiving holiday.

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All seniors are welcome: bring a friend! Call for more information: 622-4852 November 19- Nov. 23 9:30 am Body Recall Fitness 9:30 am Nails with Penny 10:30 am Exercise 10:30 am Grocery Bingo 12:45 pm Support Board Meeting

Tuesday, November 20 9 - 11:00 am Line Dancing 11 am - 12:00 pm Blood Pressure Checks - College Park 11:15 am Dan Barnes - Piano 12:00 pm Thanksgiving Luncheon 1 - 4:00 pm Bridge


Calendar Wednesday, November 21

9:30 am Body Recall Fitness 10:30 am Exercise 10:30 am Frozen Food Day - Call for availability 12:30 pm TRIAD

Thursday, November 22 Center Closed Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, November 23 Center Closed for Thanksgiving holiday.

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Free hearing tests will be given at the Beltone Hearing Aid Center 406 2nd St. Coshocton, OH

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PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS Celebrity pancake flippers also helped out by keeping the pancakes coming. “It was a great experience,” said Anne Randles. “I had a lot of fun and enjoyed seeing the different people.” Marcincavage was excited to see the almost nonstop line of people who came to get pancakes and sausage for lunch. “We get great support from the community,” she said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

The test will be given by a licensed Hearing Aid Specialist, Thursday, Nov. 15th from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20th from 9:00-4:00 p.m. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding conversations is invited to have a FREE hearing test to see if this problem can be helped! Bring this coupon in for your FREE HEARING TEST, a $125 value. Humana hearing care discount program, Anthem BCBS hearing care discount program & Wellpoint hearing care discount program provided by Beltone. Most insurance plans and HMO plans welcome.

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COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Kiwanis Club’s Pancake Day isn’t just about batter and syrup. “One lady who came in and said every year she brings her brother and sister-in-law to celebrate their anniversary,” said Jessi Marcincavage, who was in charge of organizing the event. “Pancake Day is a tradition and a very heartfelt event.” Pancake Day, the Kiwanis Club’s main fundraiser, was held Nov. 8, at Roberta’s Banquet and Event Center “It’s all about the kids,” Marcincavage said. “This event helps us give out money to the different community programs we support. We are very kid orientated.” Helping to make the day a success were members of K-Kids and Key Club, which are youth organizations of Kiwanis. “It’s busy here, but it’s fun to help people out,” said Jenny Simpson, a ninth grader at Coshocton High School who is a member of Key Club. Simpson was helping Rachel Ramsey, a fellow club member and a 10th grader at Coshocton High School, clean up plates. “I like to volunteer and help the community,” Ramsey said. Marcincavage appreciated their assistance. “We couldn’t do it without their help,” she said.

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world countries to people who are in need. Before the show begins, there will also be a dinner, sponsored by the River View Park Board. Cost for the dinner will be ale cart and will include soup, sandwiches, dessert, and drink. Dinner will be served Friday and Saturday from 5 – 7 p.m. and Sunday from Noon – 2 p.m. The show will be Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2:30 p.m. at the River View High School. Tickets are $9 for Friday and Saturday and $8 for Sunday. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Lions Club at 622-5031 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 4 – 6 p.m. Tickets may either be held at the door, or picked up at Fischer Funeral Home or Valero. Plenty of tickets are still available. “Everyone is invited,” said Knicely. “It’s a great family show. Our comedy acts are clean. You don’t have to worry about being offended. We keep everything clean.” Contact the Warsaw Lions Club at the number above for more information. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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It’s ‘time’ once again for the annual Warsaw Lions’ Minstrel Show. This year’s theme is, ‘It’s a Matter of Time’ and all acts will center on that theme. Audiences will recognize familiar songs dealing with the passage of time including, ‘Rock Around the Clock’, ‘A Moment in Time’, and the ever-popular song from Annie, ‘Tomorrow’. The show is directed by Jean Haumschild. “All songs will have a theme of time in some form,” said Mary Knicely, show coordinator, “Every year is always new because you’re never sure what’s going to happen. We try not to repeat anything from the previous years.” This is the 55th year of the Minstrel Show and features about 14 solo acts, six chorus numbers, and 60 chorus members, with comedy acts interspersed throughout the show. “We always have a lot of returning participants,” said Knicely. “It’s growing every year. I’m seeing some new faces this year and that’s great. Our chorus members are up this year. Anyone is welcome to join the chorus.” This is the Lions Club’s largest fundraiser for the year. All the money goes back into the community and used for the Lions’ eyeglasses program. People are asked to donate old, unused eyeglasses that will be repaired and sent to third-



The way we were...

Court house updates in the works

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Court House is getting updated slowly but surely thanks November 16th, 1952 to the combined efforts of Judge Bob Batchelor With National Book Week beginning on this and the Coshocton County Commissioners. day in 1952, the library was especially focused Batchelor stopped at the Commissioners on their new project, The Bookmobile, Nov. 7 meeting to discuss getting his court room which had just started its winter route in painted by Charlie Wright. the county. The Bookmobile had delivered “The numbers seem high, but I can cover it an approximate $3,400 books to city and out of my special project fund,” Batchelor said. county residents during its maiden summer Wright’s bid for painting the court room and tour. Children who lived in the country and its ceiling is for $9,500. didn’t have regular access to the library benefited most from The Bookmobile, and 89 “It’s a monumental project,” Batchelor said. “The figure includes the fiberglass mesh he will library cards had been issued that summer to use, a skim coat and mudding twice. He also children who had never used the library. The Bookmobile was a 1939 Dodge with a special body and was 23 feet long and nine and a half feet high.



November 17th, 1972 A new club was starting at the Coshocton High School. The ‘C’ Club was open to any athlete who had earned letters in any sport at the high school. The club was to be a service organization, raise money for projects to purchase needed athlete equipment, and expenses not covered by gate receipts. The first project of the new organization was selling family packets of toothbrushes to residents in the city school district and in the downtown area.


November 14th, 1982 Bridge 1 between West Lafayette and Newcomerstown had been officially opened for motorists when Coshocton County Engineer, James Gute, cut the ribbon. Traffic on the West Lafayette side was backed up for 1.4 miles and on the Newcomerstown side, it was backed up inside the corporation limits with motorists who couldn’t wait to cross the bridge. Many had been waiting since the previous day and had to keep warm in the bitter cold night just to be one of the first to cross. Brad Stoffer was the first to cross on the Newcomerstown side and had been there since 4:30 p.m. the previous day. George Darr was the first in the West Lafayette side, having been there since 4:15 p.m. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.


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November 15th, 1962 The Footlight Players new production, “The Teahouse of the August Moon” was about military occupation of an Okinawan village and members were seeking out advice from Coshoctonians who had visited Japan to help with customs, costumes, and language. Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs. Lewellen, who had both lived in Japan, would be publicizing the play by serving tea at a local store that Friday dressed in a kimono. Hugh Williams, who learned Japanese and Okinawan while in the air force, was helping to coach the Players in the language. The play was to be performed Nov. 23.

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this year, we updated our methodology to reflect the rapidly evolving quality-focused healthcare landscape and national value-based purchasing trends. We congratulate Interim Healthcare of Coshocton/Cambridge, Ohio on being recognized as a top home care agency.” Interim Healthcare’s Cindi Harriman, Branch Manager credits the agency’s excellent clinical and support staff in their continued commitment to provide “quality care to every patient every visit” with the agency’s ability to achieve recognition as one of the HomeCare Elite. “Interim Healthcare takes pride in the care they provide to help patients remain in the comfort of their own home. Our commitment to integrity and quality care means a higher level of service,” said Harriman. “HomeCare Elite recognition continues to gain importance given the increased regulatory mandates and the threat of shrinking reimbursement revenue. Home health agencies that have earned recognition among the HomeCare Elite demonstrated that they not only can adapt to an evolving marketplace but

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New singers join community choir COSHOCTON - The Coshocton Community Choir recently welcomed new members to its 100-voice choir. Eighteen new singers from Coshocton and surrounding counties will be participating in the upcoming ‘Your Light Has Come’ Christmas Concert Sunday, Dec. 2. They include Nancy Lahmers, Sharlynn Smith, Debbie Adams, Gilda Zarcone, Angie Speicher, Sam Servais, Owen Kelling, Austin Simcox, Jacob Panteloukas, Allen Zarcone, Haley Evans, Tami Hardesty Jaynes, Karysa Kent, Paula Esselburn, Zane Buxton, Joshua Dufford, David Cush and David Jacobs. The Coshocton Community Choir includes singers from not only Coshocton County but throughout Central Ohio including Newcomerstown, Dover, Mt. Vernon, Wooster, Zanesville, Cambridge, Westerville, Millersburg, Berlin, Dresden, Morrow, Pickerington, Bakersville, Pataskala, Newark, East Liverpool, Mt. Gilead, Columbus, New Concord and Reynoldsburg. Its members range from high school age through senior citizens. Serving Coshocton and Surrounding Counties Since 1992 The choir was founded by and is • NEW • USED • REPAIR conducted by Charles 321 South 6th Street, Coshocton R. Snyder, who is 740.622.1649 • 740.502.1743 Cell highly respected throughout the state. He is also the conductor of the 200-voice AllOhio Youth Choir that performs each “Where you can have just about anything printed, except money!” year at the Ohio State 520 Main Street, Coshocton • Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30 p.m. Fair. The Coshocton 740-622-4429 Community Choir is e-mail:

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New singers join the Coshocton Community Choir. Front row: (l-r): Nancy Lahmers, Sharlynn Smith, Debbie Adams, Gilda Zarcone, Angie Speicher, and Sam Servais; Back Row: Owen Kelling, Austin Simcox, Jacob Panteloukas, and Allen Zarcone. New members, not pictured are Haley Evans, Tami Hardesty-Jaynes, Karysa Kent, Paula Esselburn, Zane Buxton, Joshua Dufford, David Cush, and David Jacobs. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

now in its 42nd season, and has commissioned several arrangements from well-known composers. The Annual Fund Campaign is also underway for the Coshocton Community Choir. For those interested in contributing financially to the choir, contact Business Manager Lee Bown, at 427 Roscoe St., Coshocton, OH 43812, or call 740-622-3960. Contributions can also be made online at the choir’s website Contributing members receive complimentary tickets to the choir’s concerts. The Coshocton Community Choir’s Festival Christmas Concert will be at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium. Due to the construction at Coshocton High School, the best route to enter for parking is to take Denman Avenue to South 14th Street to Sleepy Hollow Drive to access the CHS parking lots. The concert will feature the adult choir, the children’s choir and the youth chorale. Tickets for the ‘Your Light Has Come’ Festival Concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the door, on the website, or by calling Bown at 740-622-3960. For information about the Coshocton Community Choir, the Coshocton Children’s Choir or the Coshocton Youth Chorale, visit www., or call the choir office at 740-623-0554.

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CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Name: Andi Daugherty Year in School: Junior Sport and Position: Volleyball, middle hitter Why named athlete of the week: One of the top players in the E.C.O.L. What is your favorite memory from playing sports? My sophomore year, beating New Philadelphia in sectional finals, such an intense atmosphere. Do you have any pregame rituals or ways to get yourself pumped for a game? Pray during the National Anthem Who is your favorite athlete and why? Cliché as it is, Kari Daugherty. The way she composes herself on and off the court is something I greatly admire. If a song could be played when you entered a game, what would you like it to be? Beginning lyrics of “The Champ is here” by JADAKISS What pregame meal do you hope is on the dinner table? My mother’s ham balls, cheesy potatoes, salad with French dressing and a glass of milk. DAUGHERTY What do you like to do when you aren’t playing sports? I am an avid reader and love spending time with my family and ones close to me. What do you plan to do after high school graduation? I plan to go to college and be a student athlete. I am undecided on what I will major in.


COSHOCTON - Students from River View and Coshocton schools reminisced about Space Camp while working on memory books of this experience Nov. 8. “It was a really cool experience,” said Draven Rivera, who is in the fifth grade at Lincoln Elementary. “We got to do the moon walk. They strapped us in and let us walk on this moon like surface. It felt like you were really on the moon.” Rivera’s classmate Lyric Ganz also had a lot of fun at Space Camp. “On our first (simulated) mission we broke down, but we got everything fixed,” she said. “On the second one I got to keep track of weather and if it was good for liftoff.” Rivera and Ganz joined 19 other students for the October trip to Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala. that was chaperoned by retired

teachers Dave Woodmansee and Les Widder. Eighteen of the students were from Coshocton County and one was an out of town relative of local residents Bob and Mindy Brems. “The students really blended well together,” Woodmansee said. “Their behavior was just awesome.” A grant helped cut the cost and give more students the opportunity to go. Warsaw Elementary sixth grader Nick Grashel enjoyed his shuttle missions. “It seemed like there were as many switches as on the real ones,” he said. “I got to go twice and was successful.” Grashel went to Space Camp because he has an interest in science and so did John Brems, who is a freshman in the online school, Ohio Connection Academy. “I’ve always wanted to know more about space,” he said. “I even have the autograph of an astronaut.” Widder and Woodmansee said they learn right along with the students. “I learn something new myself every time

I go,” Woodmansee said. “We could go and drop the students off because the (camp) staff takes over, but we stay with them every inch of the way. They are always adding things and improving activities with technology.” This was Woodmansee’s third trip to Space Camp and Widder’s sixth. “I’m a firm believer in hands on activities,” Widder said. “I think they are something you never forget.” The memory book also will help do that. The pages the students worked on were collected by Widder to be laminated and put together for each of them. “It will be a really nice keepsake,” Woodmansee said. Widder hopes that they can continue to take students to space camp every other year. “This gives them the chance to go somewhere they may never have gotten to go and learn about teamwork,” he said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM






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COSHOCTON - It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Roscoe United Methodist Church. The church had its annual holiday bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 1 with tables set up in the entryway featuring a variety of items including: Handmade kitchen supplies such as dish towels and dish cloths, 17 themed baskets, 28 grave saddles, a recipe book composed of the congregation’s favorite holiday cookies, a Buckeye table featuring afghans, 300 buckeye candies, and necklaces, table-top Christmas trees, a children’s table with candy bars and 10 finger puppets which feature Mother Mary,

Joseph, baby Jesus, and stable animals, a myriad of baked goods, handmade Christmas centerpieces by Bee Lehner of the church, and even dog bones and dog collars. This year, there were six items for silent auction which include a full-sized handmade Christmas quilt, a six-foot Christmas tree, a Buckeye tree with handmade ornaments, a year’s supply of fudge (one half a pound each month), a fall table cover and centerpiece, and the opportunity to have Lehner decorate your Christmas tree. Volunteers also served lunch and dinner and

had a breakfast boutique with coffee and pastries available during morning hours for a donation. There also were five Make-It, Take-It crafts, one each hour for five hours. These crafts included felt flowers for Christmas, bow making, a Christmas card craft, jewelry and an ornament, and hand-made angels. The bazaar also offered the Bookworm, which is a room filled with books, and a Trash to Treasure section. All the money raised at the bazaar will go toward community agencies and charities, and any current needs for the church. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Name: Paige Lane Year in school: Senior at Ridgewood High School Sport and position: Number one woman on the girls’ varsity golf team Why named athlete of the week: Finished her high school career as the only girl to make it to districts twice What is your favorite memory from playing sports: Being the only girl from here to ever make it to districts Do you have any pregame rituals or ways to get yourself pumped for a game: I like listening to music and definitely reviewing the course I have to play. Who is your favorite athlete and why: Phil Mickelson, he’s the greatest golfer ever, I think If a song could be played when you entered a game what would you like it to be: My favorite song at that time. Right now that would be “Girl


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LUNCH Veterans were asked to stand and be honored during the lunch served SENIOR CENTER A memorial to honor all veterans was dedicated Nov. 9, at Nov. 9, at the Senior Center after the dedication of the new memorial for veterans the Coshocton Senior Center. The memorial was made possible through the efforts there. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS of Brad Collmar and donations from Coshocton Lumber, Annin Flag, Designs by Michele and Tom Edwards from Auer Ace Hardware. Veteran Jon Bennett and the maintenance men at the Senior Center also helped Collmar install the memorial. After a brief ceremony outside that included members of the Honor Guard, attendees were treated to a presentation by Dave Dilly on the Honor Flight, which takes World War II and Korean Veterans to Washington D.C. to see the monuments. The veterans fly for free and guardians like Dilly pay their own way and look after the veterans on the one day trip. “The Honor Flight is something that is real special,” Dilly said. “Any World War II or Korean Veteran that wants to go next year needs to stop at the Veterans Service Office and see Patty, Russ, Jim or Herb. They will help you go through the paperwork and get you taken care of.” For more photos from the dedication of the memorial at the Senior Center, visit BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

VIETNAM Gary Hosfelt from the Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans held a flag representing veterans of the Vietnam War during the annual Veterans Day program held Nov. 12, at the Coshocton County Court Square. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS


Dave Hoffman from the American Legion accepts a very special American flag from Ruth Opphile and Stephanie Hoke, Wal-Mart manager, on Saturday, Nov. 10 during Wal-Mart’s Veterans Day service. The flag is made of red and white sticky notes with messages written by both Wal-Mart employees and customers, thanking veterans for their services. The flag will hang in the American Legion on Main Street in Coshocton. Visit for the full article and a photo gallery. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT


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BY JOSIE SELLERS COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Towne Centre Association wanted to return the magic to Main Street this holiday season. “Last year was the first year in a long time that lights were not on top of the buildings,” said Elise Miller, president of the Towne Centre Association. “They were up in 2010 and when they came down we knew they were in really bad shape and needed to be replaced.” The organization hoped to raise enough money from the in memory/in honor program for the crabapple trees on Main Street to be

able to replace the lights and upgrade all of the holiday lights to LED technology. Unfortunately, only enough has been raised to replace the lights for the trees. “We were hoping the lights would be back this year along with the magic of Main Street,” Miller said. “Main Street really is beautiful when the lights are on the buildings. Many people also said they missed them.” Main Street may not be lit up the way the Towne Centre Association wants, but the magic of the holidays will still be here with the renamed parade, Main Street Magic Christmas

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COSHOCTON – Coshocton High School will host the ninth annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20, in the school cafeteria. A traditional holiday meal will be served by CHS students in three shifts: 5:30 - 6 p.m., 6 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 - 7 p.m. Call the high school at 622-9433 to RSVP for a time slot. A shuttle bus will be running to pick up those in need. Busses will leave at 5 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. for pick-ups. The first stop will be at the Meadows Learning Center and then the bus will stop at the following locations (in order) as it travels to CHS: South Lawn Elementary, Central Elementary, the old Washington Elementary, Chatam housing complex and Lincoln Elementary. Busses will leave CHS for return runs at 6 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. The CHS music department will provide entertainment during dinner. The CHS drama club also will present its fall production at 7 p.m.

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A committee of volunteers helps make the parade possible. “A lot of things wouldn’t happen if it wasn’t for our strong group of volunteers,” Miller said. In addition to the parade, the holidays also will be celebrated downtown with lights on the crabapple trees, which the public is encouraged to sponsor. Each tree will have a card showing the sponsor and if the tree is in honor or in memory of someone. Sponsorships are $40. “As a small child growing up on Main Street over 50 years ago Christmas was always special,” Miller said. “You knew Christmas was coming when Coshocton put up its decorations.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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COSHOCTON – The Pomerene Center for the Arts will host a gingerbread house-making party for kids from 2 - 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2. The program is for children in kindergarten through eighth grade and limited to 10 participants. Cost is $20 or $18 for friends of the Pomerene Center. After a short tutorial on how to use an icing bag, it will be time to decorate. Each young artist will freely decorate a homemade, premade gingerbread house with a dazzling array of candies.

Children will have a chance to share and show their creative work as part of a magical Gingerbread Village, complete with trains. The village will be on display until Saturday, Dec. 22, just in time to take the houses home for Santa to admire. To sign up, call 622-0326 or e-mail

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6 and under all other ages may be dropped off. Class size is limited. Please sign up by calling Chris at 740-622-6524 extension 2. Clary Gardens is open to the public daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. with free admission. The garden is sustained by the Clary Garden Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c)(3), along with the contributions of its members, friends and other organizations. All donations are taxdeductible.


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LUNCHEON Four Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW), Tomma Bordenkircher, Eva June Kiser, Marilyn Lauvray and Liz Herrell, attended the 33rd Ecumenical Service and Luncheon Oct. 21, at the Steubenville Country Club to BANQUET Thirty-five men from the community got dressed up in white shirts kick-off National Business Women’s Week (NBWW). Bordenkircher gave a five- and dark pants to serve 150 ladies at the annual daughter banquet at the Chili minute sermonette on women in the bible, and Liz Herrell gave the invocation. For Crossroads Bible Church Nov. 3. The ladies enjoyed a humorous skit, a ladies quarinformation on BPW, call 294-0199 or e-mail PHOTO tet and talking with their friends. The menu included shrimp, carved beef, and a CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON chocolate fountain. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON CLASSIFIED HOTLINE 622-4ADS THE BEACON

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Community Calendar 50 Plus Expo. The annual 50 Plus Expo will be at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites in Thursday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Booth space is free and tables will be provided. Exhibitors need to set up by 9:45 a.m. Thursday and the booth should be staffed at all times through 3 p.m. Miller Pharmacy will provide a sundae bar. The event is sponsored by The Health Plan Secure Care/Secure Choice.

Festival of Trees. The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County is looking for residents interested in participating in the Festival of Trees. They have an experienced florist/decorator graciously offering his complimentary services. Please contact the Mentoring Center if you would be interested in this service. They need the community’s participation to make this event successful. Call them at 623-8110 to reserve your tree space or make arrangements to utilize the decorator’s service.

Announcements Flu Shots. The Coshocton City Health Department at 400 Brown Lane will have flu clinics every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from 1 – 3 p.m. now by appointment only. There is no cost for clients with Medicare and Medicaid coverage. For all other clients, the cost is $20. PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at Noon. Call the Senior Center at 6224852 to make a lunch reservation.

Christmas in the Village. Christmas in the Village at West Lafayette will be Saturday, Dec. 1. A pancake breakfast will be 7:30 – 10 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, sponsored by the West Lafayette Lions Club. There will be a craft show from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Ridgewood High School sponsored by Club Aries. A Santa Parade will be at 1 p.m. sponsored by the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. Santa will travel to the bandstand in Burt Park to visit with everyone after the parade. Christmas Lighting Contest. The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce is once again sponsoring the Christmas Lighting Contest. First place will receive a $50 Wal-Mart gift card. There is a $10 entry fee and participants must sign up before 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7 at Brother’s Hardware and Variety Store. The chamber is judging two categories: traditional and country.

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. Commodity Supplemental Food Program. The Coshocton Senior Center is a distribution site for free monthly groceries for low income senior citizens (age 60 and over) living in Coshocton County. To be eligible, your monthly income cannot exceed $1,211 for one person in the household. Add $429 for each additional household member. You can apply for the program at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 622-4852. HEAP Assistance. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an in-home visit can be scheduled. Please call the Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appt. 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.

Benefits Dinner and Auction. The Moose Lodge will be having a spaghetti dinner and auction on Nov. 16 from 5 – 8 p.m. to help send Dyson Bowman to the Baseball Factory Pirates City Christmas Camp in Bradenton Florida. Questions or advanced tickets, call Steve or Amy Bowman at 623-8618, Terri Brown at 502-6444, or Loraine Wilson at 623-0639. Benefit for Jesse Wilson. There will be a benefit for Jesse Wilson Friday, Dec. 7 at the Coshocton 935 Moose Family Center on Main Street in Coshocton. Serving starts at 4:30 p.m. and an auction will begin at 5:30 p.m. The menu includes chicken quarters, pulled pork, macaroni salad, cheesy potatoes, baked beans, hot dogs, salad, desserts, and iced tea or coffee. Jesse has no insurance and has undergone foot surgery and will be off work for up to eight weeks. Contact Carl West at 502-0546, Bud Spinks or Sue Wilson at 502-6700, Travis Brown at 622-3754 or Teri Brown at 502-6444 for more information.

Church Events Back Door Café. Bakersville Presbyterian Church will have an all-you-can-eat menu of pancakes, french toast, sausage, bacon, scranmbled eggs, hash browns, and drinks at their Back Door Café on Nov. 15, Dec. 20, Jan. 17, Feb. 21, and March 21 from 7:30 – 11 a.m. A $5 donation will be apprecoiated to continue their community outreach programs. Sweet

Fall Festival. Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church will have its 73rd Annual Fall Festival Friday Nov. 16. Lunch and dinner will be served 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. There will be a bazaar bake sale at 10 a.m. including homemade mincemeat and applesauce. Auction and Soup Supper. Fresno United Methodist Church will be hosting a benefit auction and soup supper on Nov. 17 with Terry Longsworth as auctioneer. The event will be at the Fresno Farmer’s Market building by Mark McCoy’s garage in downtown Fresno. Soup supper is by donation and starts at 4 p.m. Auction starts at 6 p.m. A patial list of items includes a 1940s Double Irish Chain quilt, knotted comforter, misc. linens, Christmas decorations, electronics, furniture, windows, doors, vice, dog carrier for truck, hand woven rugs, crafts, dolls, dishes, books and more. Tyndall Thanksgiving Services. Thanksgiving services will be at the Tyndall United Methodist Church Sunday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. Jeremiah Durham of the Conesville Wesleyn Church will be the speaker. All are welcome. Coshocton Thanksgiving Services. The Coshocton Ministerial Fellowship is sponsoring a Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church located at 618 Chestnut St in Coshocton. River View Thanksgiving Services. The River View Ministerial Association is sponsoring a Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, Nov. 18 beginning with a turkey dinner at 5:30 p.m. at the Roscoe United Methodist Church. Turkey, beverages, and place settins will be provided. Bring a covered dish to share. The Thanksgiving worship will be at 6:30 p.m. Music will be provided by the River View Junior High School Choir under the direction of Dawn Anglin. The speaker for the evening will be Pastor Dail Parrish of the Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church. Revival Services. Conesville Wesleyan Church will be having revival services with Pastor Gene Ferrell and song evangelist Mr. Harney Nov. 25 at 10:30 a.m. and Nov. 25 through Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. The church is located at 703 Marquand Ave. in Conesville. Soul’d Out Quartet. The Soul’d Out Quartet will be performing at the First Baptist Church in West Lafayette located at 688 East Main Street on Friday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. The concert is free and a love offering will be received. Family Ministry Program. All are welcome to a Wednesday evening ministry program for all ages at Grace United Methodist Church now through Dec. 5. The event begins with a meal at 5:30 followed by Bible study. Children and youth will have crafts, drama, and creative music activities. A variety of other classes will be offered such as a quilt class, a knitting class, hearing impaired class, and an adult Bible Study. Transportation is available and registration forms are in the church office located at the corner of 4th and Walnut. Call the church office at 622-1302 for more information. 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.

The Basics of Activity Based Costing. The Ohio Small Business Development Center will be presenting a program designed to help small business owners on Friday, Nov. 16 from 8 – 10 a.m. at Kent State University in New Philadelphia. Reservations are required and cost is $20 per person. Register and pay in advance by Nov. 12. Contact Deanna Spencer at 330-308-7522 or The University is located at 330 University Drive in New Philadelphia. The program will be in the Science and Advanced Technology Center, Room St 107/113.

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.

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Three Rivers Bluegrass Band. Three Rivers Bluegrass Music performs on the fourth Saturday of each month at Agents Realty and Auction Services, located at 23024 County Rd. 621 on U.S. 36 and Rt. 621. Admission is $5 a person. There is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available at 5:30 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life Team Alana. The featured band performs from 7 – 9 p.m. and acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. The featured band for Nov. 24 is Bluegrass 409 Bluegrass Band.

The judging will be Saturday, Dec. 15 from 7 – 9 p.m. Community judging will be Dec. 10 – 14. Return your choice to Brother’s Hardware by 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15.

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Fresno Bible Church AWANA Club: AWANA Club for children ages 3 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. 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. Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church hours of operation for Jacob’s Closet is every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the last Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. Church Service. The Church of God located at 703 S 2nd St would like to invite everyone to service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. For those who would like to come but can’t drive themselves, they can pick you up in their new church van. Just call Bill at 502-9701 and he will make arrangements to get you to and from the church.

Holiday Bazaars At Autumn Healthcare. There will be an autumn holiday bazaar on Dec. 1 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Autumn Healthcare located at 1991 Otsego Ave in Coshocton. Local crafters are invited to bring your best holiday items to sell. Table space is $10 and a small door prize. Crafters will need to bring their own table. Contact Autumn Healthcare of Coshocton at 622-2074.

Clubs and Organizations Antique Power Association. The Coshocton County Antique Power Association will meet on the following Sundays in the Tractor Supply Building at 3 p.m.: Dec. 9. There will not be a meeting in November. Toy Chest. The 2012 Coshocton County Firefighter’s Toy Chest is taking applications for low income families needing help with Christmas toys for their children this year. You may only sign up for one origination for toys. Your children must be ages newborn to 15 years old and you all must live in Coshocton City or County and be considered as low income. You can sign up Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 9 a.m. – Noon and Friday Nov. 16, from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Coshocton County Services Building located at 724 S.7th St, Coshocton, Room 445. There will be no additional days for the applications to be filled out. Warsaw Lions Club 55th annual Minstrel Show: 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at River View High School Auditorium. For information, call 622-5031. Soup Supper. Blue Ridge Grange will be having a soup supper on Saturday, Nov. 17. Serving starts at 4:30 p.m. The cost is $7 for all the soup you can eat. This includes one dessert and one salad. There will be seven types of soup served. Genealogy Society Meeting. The Coshocton County Genealogy Society will meet Tuesday, Nov. 20 from 7:30 – 9 p.m. in the basement of the Coshocton

Public Library. Election of officers for 2013 and an open discussion on genealogy or a show and tell are on the agenda. Meetings are open to the public. The society has birth, death, and cemetery books to aid the researcher. Light Has Come. The Coshocton Community Choir will be having their annual Christmas concert entitled, “Light Has Come” Sunday, Dec. 2 at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Coshocton High School. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children and students. Tickets are available from any choir member or at Good News Book Store, Marilyn’s Natural Foods, Buehler’s, Liberty House, or at the Home Loan Savings Bank in West Lafayette and Baker’s Foods in Newcomerstown. Online tickets can be purchased at www. District Klondike. “Weathering the Weather Together” will be the 2013 theme for the Arrowhead District Klondike. The event is hosted by Troop 409 of West Lafayette First Baptist Church. It will be Jan. 18-20, MVSR. Cost is $10 per camper. Registration opens Dec. 26 through Friday Jan. 11. Bring an auction item for Saturday night. 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 6:30pm. 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. Coshocton Parent and Toddlers. Inviting all parents, grandparents, or caregivers who have children between the ages of infant to three years old for a play date every Wednesday morning from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the Church of the Nazarene on Orange Street. Refreshments will be provided for parents and children. There is no charge, but donations are appreciated. Call 552-5220 for more information. VFW Auxiliary. The VFW Auxiliary 1330 meeting at 9 a.m. the first Monday of the month. Dues for 2013 are now due. Hamburgers and hot dogs for $1 on Tuesday. 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.

School Events Bridge the GAP 5K. The Students Against Destructive Decisions, (SADD) will be having their first 5K on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. at Lake Park. The starting line-up will be at Shelter #4. Pre-registration cost is $20 for adults and $15 for kids. All of the proceeds will go toward funding the River View High School’s after school tutoring program, “GAP”. Participants can register online at the River View High School website. Thanksgiving Community Dinner. The Coshocton High School students will be having a Thanksgiving Community Dinner from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20, in the CHS cafeteria. A traditional holiday meal will be served by CHS students in three shifts: 5:30 6 p.m., 6 - 6:30 p.m., and 6:30 - 7 p.m. Call the high school at 622-9433 to RSVP for a time slot. A shuttle

bus will be running to pick up those in need. The CHS music department will provide entertainment during dinner and the drama club also will present its fall production at 7 p.m.

Library Events Wednesday, Nov. 14, 21, 28: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, 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 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 21, 28: Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library: Children 3-5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 21, 28: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens); Coshocton Public Library: Grades 7 through High School Graduation are invited to Plugged & Unplugged for online and traditional gaming: board games, video games, Internet access, friends, snacks, and fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, 29: Babytime Lapsit; Coshocton Public Library: Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages 0-2 and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and finger plays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club; Coshocton Public Library: Pizza and Pages-The Book Club for children in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades, will be in The Small Meeting Room on the third Thursday of each month during the school year except for December. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library to register for this event. The book for November is “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” by Brian Selznick 4 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15: W.L. B.E.S.T. Night @ the Branch (Teens); West Lafayette Branch Library: Books. Electronics. Snacks. Teens. It’s the best night for teens to be at the Branch when grades 7-12 are invited to the branch library for this after-hours program. There will be laptops, PlayStation2, book talks, friends, and snacks. Space is limited, so you must be registered. Call 545-6672 to sign-up. Registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 15 by 7 p.m. 5 - 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16: Holiday Open House; Coshocton Public Library: Join library staff and Rudolf the RedNosed Reindeer to celebrate the beginning of the Christmas Season in Down Town Coshocton. Crafts, punch and cookies will be available, and if you’ve been a good girl or boy, Rudolf will pose with you for a picture. Bring your cameras! 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, 24: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, 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 622-0956 for information.

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Tuesday, Nov. 20, 27: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time; West Lafayette Branch Library: Children ages 3-5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. Tuesday, Nov. 20, 27: Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library: Children ages 3-5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to

listen to stories, sing songs, enjoy rhymes, and finger plays during this weekly story time. 6:30 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21: W.L. Coffee Chat for Adults; West Lafayette Branch Library: Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee Chat featuring best-selling fiction and nonfiction presented by Cyndy Sedlock from the Good News Bookstore. Space is limited, so call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to register. This program is free of charge and sponsored by The Friends of the Library. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 22: Library Closed Thursday, Nov. 29: Holiday Chi; Coshocton Public Library: Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. Taught by Holli Rainwater. This will be a 3-week session ending Dec. 13. 12 - 1 p.m.

Art. Artist Esther Marie Versch is showing her acrylic paintings at the West Lafayette Library during the month of November. They can be viewed Monday – Wednesday from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., Thursday - Friday Noon – 5 p.m., and Saturday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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Marriages: Dereck James Ambrose Hornback of West Lafayette to Amanda Jean Arter-Hackworth of West Lafayette Jeffrey Lee Evans of Coshocton to Sharon Marie Evans of Coshocton Lonnie Allen Ridenbaugh of West Lafayette to Danielle Rae Smith of West Lafayette Kenneth Wayne Baker of West Lafayette to Christine Elizabeth Apple of West Lafayette Land Transfers: 11/2 Riffen Ltd. to Lawrence Donald Saylor and Judith L. Saylor; $75,000 Darcy S. Miller to Kristin N. Wittlieff and Nicolas J. Brunnegraff; $108,084 Rita A. Shaw to Michael J. DeMeo and Kristi M. Jones; $90,000 Brent G. and Sheri M. Fortune to Vane J. and Karen Sue Marcum; $12,650 Valjean Shaw to The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company; $26,667 Joyce A. Gress to Michael D. and Roxann D. Burkey; $90,000 Allan Byland and Clara Byland to Mark A. and Loretta L. Bryant; $17,500 Craig A. Casey to Ronald L. Laudick; $12,000 11/5 Coshocton Farm Inc. to Ivan R. Miller; $500,000 David Lee Byrd and Sara R. Byrd to ALM Woodlands Ltd.; $120,000 11/6 Clyde Young Revocable Trust to LePage Ltd; $57,000 Jack W. Bechtol to Tom Sam Real Estate; $18,000 11/8 Mellanie S. McCormick to Mark S. Wills and Darlene A. Wills; $50,000 Johannes E. Schlabach and Donna M. Schlabach to Ron L. Waggoner and Kimberly A. Waggoner; $44,000

tions from the community. Four Red Maples will be outside the fenced area and a Kentucky Coffee and Zelkova will be inside the fence. “We (the city) asked Coshocton is Blooming to look at the park and help us decide where to plant trees,” said Mayor Steve Mercer. “Debbie Wallace was instrumental in helping us get them.” Donations for the trees came from The Coshocton Foundation, Dr. and Mrs. Erwin, Bill and Carol Freund and Bruce and Debbie Wallace. “I am a very grateful that private individuals have again stepped up to enhance the park.” Pictured from left are: Bill Freund, Diane and David Erwin, Kathy Thompson from the Coshocton Foundation, Mayor Steve Mercer, Councilwoman Debbie Wallace and Safety Service Director Jerry Stenner. For more photos from the tree planting at Himebaugh Park, visit BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE


Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 11/2 Steven L. Foster and Sally K. Foster to LFP 16 LLC Darhl Schoenleb to J&E Dogpatch LLC Charles B. and Marleen C. Thomas to Charles B. and Marleen C. Thomas 11/5 Jeffrey P. Thomas and Alyce Suzanne Munroe to Alyce Suzanne Munroe Glenn A. Baker, deceased, to Randall L. Gray and Yvonne M. Gray 11/6 Milton M. Balcom to Milton M. Balcom, Bonnie L. Wright, and Thomas R. Wright Christine Roberts to Damon C. Roberts Shirley I. Wiseman, Successor Trustee of the Henry Stine and Barbara L. Stine Trust Agreement Dated June 26, 1991 to Kenneth Webb and Gloria Webb State of Ohio to Callahan Co LLC 11/7 John C. Hipp to Hipp Farms Ltd State of Ohio to Mary A. Mason and Sheri M. Fortune State of Ohio to Albertson Rentals LLC State of Ohio to James A. Blair and Scott L. Blair State of Ohio to Toby Davis State of Ohio to Mary A. Mason 11/8 State of Ohio to David E. Miller State of Ohio to Hartville Homes Foundation State of Ohio to Land Partners of Ohio Ltd Elizabeth Ramey to Kelly Sims, Craig Sims, and Greg Sims State of Ohio to Robert E. Davis Brenda L. Simko to Brenda L. Starkey

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Thursday, Nov. 29: Teens Talk Titles; Coshocton Public Library: Teens Talk Titles is a book club for grades 7-12 that meets the last Thursday of each month to discuss a genre in Young Adult books. Young Adult Coordinator, Jennifer Ricketts will provide a list of suggestions, but members are open to pick any Young Adult title in the chosen genre for the month. Bring the book you’ve read and tell other club members about it. Pizza and drink provided. Program is free. Space is limited. Register by calling 622-0956. Read any Young Adult Fiction for November. 4 - 5 p.m.

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Monday, Nov. 19, 26: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, 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 622-0956 for information.


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KEENE - Students at Keene Elementary got a first-hand look at the election process on Nov. 6, when they were able to vote on many important school issues. The first item on the ballot was, “What is your favorite school subject?” The second item was for students to pick their favorite school lunch. The choices were narrowed down to pizza, breadsticks, breakfast for lunch and chicken nuggets. Item number three was which fun day do you prefer with the choices being: Hat Day, Crazy Clothes Day and Pajama Day. The fourth item was asking students how they


Keely Mickle, Carrie Linton and Randi Latham, KEENE Students at Keene Elementary assisted students in voting and counted the votes. cheer when they heard that Mitt Romney At the end of the day students were invited was announced as the school winner for to an assembly to hear the results of the student president. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO voting. Some students were pleased with the THE BEACON results while others were disappointed. A like to start their day with the morning lesson they will learn when they become adults announcements. They had to choose and are able to vote in a real election. The from: The Pledge of Allegiance, Star assembly concluded with students singing Lee Spangled Banner or other patriotic Greenwood’s God Bless the U.S.A. songs. The fifth item involved our staff The winners of the election were: members’ pets. There was a poster - Favorite Subject - Math with staff members’ pets numbered. - Favorite School Lunch - Pizza Students got to vote on which pet - Which Fun Day do you prefer? – Pajama was the cutest. Item number six was Day to choose your favorite sport between - How do you like to start the day? – Singing basketball, football, soccer, volleyball other patriotic songs and baseball/softball. The final item to - Which pet is the cutest? – Mrs. Lapp’s dog Wrangler vote on was President of the United States. Students were taken to our school library - What is your favorite sport? - Soccer which was decorated by parent volunteers, - President of the United States – Mitt Elizabeth Albertson and Ashley Shepler, in Romney by 13 votes. However, fifth and sixth everything red, white and blue. Half the class grade science teacher Mr. Cabot, did have four listened to Miss Leas read the story “Vote write-in votes. for Me” by Ben Clanton. The other half of the class was able to fill out their ballot in a secluded voting station. Students had to show identification to vote, just like adults do. They also were given a sticker that said, “I voted!” Parent poll workers, Joel Mason, Janie Woolard,

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SPEAKER Bradley T. Lepper, curator of archaeology for the Ohio Historical So-

ciety in Columbus, gave the presentation, Ohio Archaeology – A Fifteen Thousand Year Human Odyssey, Nov. 5, at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. His discussion went along with the museum’s exhibit, Traces of Time, Traces of Glory: Native American Prehistoric Tools and Points, which will be on display through Sunday, Dec. 30. “If my slides broke, I could give this talk by walking around the room to the different displays,” Lepper said. “The collection here is so wonderful.” Lepper explained that Native Americans have been in Ohio since The Paleoindian Period which was from 12,000 to 8,000 BC. He also explained that tools evolved with people as they moved from being hunters and gathers to farmers who spent more time living in one place. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

Remembering our coal miners CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON COSHOCTON - Sam Bennett is working on a monument to honor all coal miners and pay respect to the 32 who died in mining accidents in Coshocton County over the past 160 years. Each month, The Beacon will honor the minors who died. The list of those who died during the month of November includes: Peter A. Davis – Nov. 6, 1989. A total of $60,000 will be needed for the project, which includes the marble monument, a bronze statue of a coal miner, landscaping around both and brick paths to the area. The total project will cost $57,300 and the remaining funds will be used to maintain the area. Bennett has setup an account for the monument and is selling bricks as a fundraiser. Forms for the bricks can be picked up at Ohio Heritage Bank and anyone wishing to make a donation can also do that at the bank. For information about the project, e-mail Bennett at abennettjr@, or visit



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COTC pledges continued commitment to Coshocton COSHOCTON - The annual Friends of the Campus event held recently at the COTC Coshocton Campus had a unique flavor this year as COTC leaders pledged their ongoing commitment to serve the Coshocton community. After a much-publicized enrollment decline this fall semester, COTC President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D., reassured the group that the college is unwavering in its commitment to Coshocton and to keeping the Montgomery Hall facility open for business. “COTC’s extended campuses fulfill the core of our mission as we work to meet the education and training needs of the Coshocton community,” said Dr. Coe. “I have elevated oversight of these campuses to the Office of the President and expect each one to play a vital role in the strategic positioning of the college as we move forward.” COTC Vice President for Business & Finance, David Brillhart, reported to the group that despite not meeting fall enrollment goals,

the college’s quick response and plan will erase the potential $3.75 million deficit that had been created. The college will remain financially sound with adequate reserves and no external debt. The Friends of the Campus event, established in 2007 to engage donors who had participated in the Coshocton Campus Capital Campaign, provides the college with an opportunity to give a state-of-the- college update every fall. This year the group was expanded to include donors who had given to the Next Generation Challenge, a scholarship campaign that concluded in June 2012 and raised close to $21 million. Inclusion of the Next Generation Scholarship donors increased Coshocton’s Friends of the Campus to nearly 200 individuals. Matt Kelly, COTC’s Director of Development, concluded the event by recognizing the incredible support for education and commitment to access evident by the $21 million in pledges to the recent scholarship

Mathews – Smith engagement Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews of West Lafayette, announce the engagement of their daughter, Breanne, to Brandon Smith, son of Ty and Lisa Smith of Coshocton. The proposal took place Aug. 10, 2012, on the shores of Kelley’s Island. The bride-elect is a graduate of Ridgewood High School and Ohio University in Athens, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Certificate in Women’s Studies. She is employed at the Coshocton County Treasurer’s Office where she is the chief deputy. The future groom is a graduate of River View High School and attended Lake Erie College



campaign. Kelly reported the scholarship dollars are already hard at work: 15 scholarships were awarded to COTC students this fall semester and the number of students receiving scholarships is expected to grow exponentially in the near future. “There is the potential for a campaign of this magnitude to generate 550 new scholarships each year, which is an incredible competitive advantage for the college and a wonderful opportunity for hundreds of students every year in perpetuity,” he said. Central Ohio Technical College is a fully accredited two-year college dedicated to providing high quality, accessible programs of technical education in response to current and emerging employment needs, as well as encouraging the professional development of students, staff, faculty, and administrators to assist them in achieving their maximum potential. COTC operates campus locations in Newark, Coshocton, Knox, and Pataskala.

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Open auditions for the third production of the Footlight Players’ 2012-2013 season, ‘Always… Patsy Cline’ will be Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. at the Triple Locks Theater. The director is Susan A. Metz and the producer is Becky Jacobs. Mike Abood is the music director. ‘Always…Patsy Cline’ is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer who tragically died at the age of 30 in a plane crash in 1963. The show is based on a true story about Cline’s friendship with a fan from Houston named Louise Segar, who befriended the star in a Texas honkytonk in 1961, and continued a correspondence with Cline until her death. The show’s title was inspired by Cline’s letters to Segar, which was consistently signed, ‘Love Always…Patsy Cline’. The musical play, complete with downhome country humor, true emotion, and even some audience participation, includes many of Patsy’s unforgettable hits such as ‘Crazy’, ‘I Fall to Pieces’, ‘Sweet Dreams’, and ‘Walkin’ After Midnight’. There will be 27 songs in all. There are parts available for two women ages 25 and up. Both parts require singing. Interested persons should come to auditions prepared to perform a Patsy Cline song of her choosing with her own musical accompaniment. A CD player will be provided at the theatre. The performance dates are scheduled for the first three weekends in March 2013. Visit the Footlight Players website at www. for more information.


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NEWCOMERSTOWN - Christy Mosier, a resident of Newcomerstown in Coshocton County, recently accomplished her long-time goal of riding 500 hours (approximately 2,000 miles) as a participant in the National Arabian

Horse Association’s Frequent Rider Program (FRP). The FRP rewards riders for each hour they spend riding or driving an Arabian or HalfArabian horse in non-competitive activities. Members who record their time and reach the 500 major hour milestone are recognized with a pin and their photo on the Arabian Horse Association’s website. Mosier and her 9-year-old Arabian, Formal Attire PA, more affectionately known as Sneakers, accumulated their hours by trail riding and participating in events as members of the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit activities. Mosier has enjoyed riding most of her recorded FRP time with her husband, Jon, and his 26-year-old Half-Arabian horse, Prairie. In addition to Ohio, the Mosiers have also ridden their Arabian horses in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and West Virginia.

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Honor Roll: Fourth Grade – Austin Bahmer, Lilli Cruz, Ethan Daugherty, Austin Fox, Owen Glazier, Laney McCoy, Tyler Nicely, Lincoln Shroyer, Kiana Sweet, Zachary Balo, Jordan Bryant, Jacob Clark, Madisyn Colvin, Lizzie Douglass, Paige Drake, Alyssa Gibson, Breyanna Jackson, Abby Lillibridge, Shyann McVay, Adam Montgomery, Reas Pepper, Nathaniel Stamper, Bryan Stephan; Fifth grade – Cale Bible, Thad Cooper, Seth Dobson, Will Fortune, Donnie Kehl, Brianna Leasure, Katelyn McGuire, Angelina Miller, Ally Murray, Peyton Patterson, Destiny Taylor, Spencer Tumblin, Evan Beatty, Ben Douglass, Michael Hough, Justin Mason, Colton Miller, Kaitlyn Richard, Jaxon Rinkes, Faith Troyer, Hailey Veal; Sixth grade – Tiffany Alford, Shelby Barnett, Riley Conkle, Samantha Corbett, Destiny Daugherty, Jacob Fuller, Aliyah Guthrie, Lucas Huston, Mackenzie Jennings, Owen Kempf, Carrie Meyers, Kasey Millar, Wyatt Shaw, TJ Wright, Tala Yager, William Anderson, Emily Bookless, Johnny Crider, Cassie Dulgar, Michaela Greten, Olivia Griffith, Logan Moses, Paige Shroyer, Mason Varns Merit Roll: Fourth grade – Ozlynn Albertson, Alexis Fisher, Cobin Fitch, Katielin Morgan, Morgan Woolard, Javin Bice; Fifth grade – Nick Flowers, Xander Mccune, Haylee Wolford, Makayla Creeley, Jacklin Morgan, Scottie Shepher; Sixth grade – Alexia Stephen, Vincent Troyer, Destanee Bisel, Sami Burris, Whitney Raber, Blaze Williams

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COSHOCTON - The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum will present a program on Indian artifact identification at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. Bill Pickard, assistant curator and collections specialist with the Ohio Historical Society, will discuss the identifying features that are used for classification. A flint knapper will also be demonstrating the process of making flint tools. Attendees are encouraged to bring in worked pieces for identification. The backdrop for this program is the museum’s current special exhibit, Traces of Time, Traces of Glory: Native American Prehistoric Tools and Points. On display through Dec. 30, the exhibit features private collections of artifacts found in Coshocton and adjacent counties. Specialist Bill Pickard has been involved in archaeology for nearly 30 years and has done extensive fieldwork on a wide variety of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. Although he has worked primarily in Ohio, he has also excavated on sites in New York, West Virginia, Illinois, and Washington State. In Ohio, he has been involved in still ongoing CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON archaeological investigations at several major WARSAW - Brent Porteus, a board member Hopewell geometric earthwork sites in the for the River View Local School District, will be presented with the Ohio School Boards Association’s Veteran Board Member Award at the association’s 57th Capital Conference on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The Veteran Board Member Award is given to school board members in recognition of 25 Forget what you hear on tv! years of service. Of the more than 3,400 board Property IS SELLING!!! members in Ohio, only six will receive the honor in 2012. Good News for Coshocton County: Founded in 1955, the OSBA leads the way to educational excellence by serving Ohio’s 1. Land prices are rising! public school board members and the diverse 2. Rural properties are in Demand! districts they represent through superior service 3. House market has Bottomed Out! and creative solutions. WEST LAFAYETTE - The 23rd Annual Polar Bear Golf Tournament was Nov. 3, at River Greens Golf Club. The popular tournament features six holes each of the scramble, betterball and alternate shot formats. The team of Brad Baker (Warsaw) and Scott Cope (Zanesville) won with a 2 under par 70. Tyler Anderson and Jared Leeds from Columbus finished second with at 71 and Nate Garwood (Dover) and Darren Phipps (Canton) were third at even par 72. Garwood-Phipps won the scramble portion by shooting 3 under. Anderson-Leeds won the better-ball segment at 2 under. Baker-Cope won the alternate shot by shooting 1 under par. Eighteen teams competed on the Greens and River Courses. The next tournament scheduled is the 2-man scramble on Friday, Nov. 23.

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COSHOCTON - A Celebration of the Life and Music of Jimmy Durben, hosted by Rod Bradford and Friends, will be held at the Legacy Lounge at Coshocton Bowling Center Saturday Dec. 8 from 1 to 7 p.m. Anyone who worked with or was influenced by Durben is encouraged to attend and share memories and music. This is an afternoon event to make it easier for everyone to attend, especially musicians who may work on Saturday night. There is no cover, and we are not attempting to raise money in any way, just to honor the legacy of someone who shared so much with so many. Durben was 75, when he passed away at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital on Wednesday July 18, 2012. He was known in the community as an avid and talented musician, singing, playing guitar and fiddle. His first band was The Buckeye Boys and he played in several other bands, his last being The Country Roundup. The Legacy Lounge is located at 775 S. Second St. Food and beverages from the snack bar will be available.

READY FOR CHRISTMAS Is your church or organization planning a special event for the holidays? If so we want to know so we can add it to a special holiday season calendar we are planning. We want to make sure we help spread the news about events and volunteers like the ones in this picture from 2011, who helped prepare and deliver nearly 500 meals to neighbors, friends and shut-ins on Thanksgiving Day, continuing a tradition of serving others at New Life Ministries. You can share the details of your events with us by e-mailing them to BEACON FILE PHOTO

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LTZ, Duramax Diesel w/Allison Transmission, Leather Heated & Cooled Power Seats, REar Camera, Gooseneck & Bumper Hitch, Spray in Rhino Bed Liner. DEMO #197


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12 Chevy Crew Dually 4x4

MSRP $60,765 Sale Price $54,433 Rebate $2,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash $2,000


Chevy Cruze-Auto, Bluetooth #316 .................. MSRP $19,375 Chevy Cruze-Remote Start #320 ..................... MSRP $21,030 Chevy Cruze-Power Sunroof #309 ................... MSRP $22,035 Buick Verano #163 ........................................ MSRP $24,995 GMC Terrain FWD-Heated Seats #287 ........... MSRP $28,225 GMC Terrain FWD-Remote Start #301 ........... MSRP $29,960 GMC ¾ Reg 4x4-Trailering Pkg .................... MSRP $34,630 Chevy ½ Ext 4x4-Long Bed, LT #169 ............ MSRP $37,280 Buick Lacrosse-Leather #165 .......................... MSRP $33,455 Buick Regal Turbo-Leather, Sunroof #161 ...... MSRP $36,095 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-Long Bed #305 ............. MSRP $38,500 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-Power Windows #204 ....... MSRP $38,945 Buick Lacrosse-Leather, Sunroof #282 ............ MSRP $37,875 GMC Acadia AWD-SLE #310 ......................... MSRP $38,315 GMC ¾ Ext 4x4-SLE, 18” Alloys #264 .......... MSRP $41,270

SaVe $6,493

MSRP $29,190 Sale Price $27,536 Rebate $2,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000


SaVe $8,022

SaVe $4,158


12 Chevy ½ Ton Crew 4x4

LTZ,5.3L V8, Leather Heated Power Seats, Rear Camera, Power Windows & Locks, Bluetooth. #227

Power Seat, Bluetooth, Steering wheel Radio Controls, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo. #302

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V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #214

SaVe $4,654

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12 Chevy ½ Ton ext 4x4

12 Chevy ½ reg 4x4

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Locking Rear Differential, Trailering Package. #180

V6, Rear Spoiler, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels, Power Windows & Locks. #055 SaVe $5,961


MSRP $23,580 Sale Price $22,499 Rebate $2,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000


12 Chevy impala lT


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$8,498 OFF & 0% for 72 Months

MSRP $42,380 Sale Price $36,882 Bonus Cash $3,000

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12 Chevy ½ reg

MSRP $33,325 Sale Price $31,167 Rebate $2,000

Auto, Air, Cruise Control. #263

SaVe $4,081

“Gas Saver”, Leather Interior, Heated Front Seats, Bose Premium Stereo. #018

Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #208 SaVe

MSRP $23,975 Sale Price $22,834 Rebate $2,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

12 GMC ½ reg

12 Chevy Volt

12 Chevy Cruze “Gas Saver”, Air, Power Windows and Locks. #230

MSRP $31,810 Sale Price $29,817 Rebate $3,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

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12 GMC Yukon DeNali 4x4 Power Sunroof, DVD/TV, Leather Interior, Trailer Brake Control, 20” Aluminum Wheels, Power Lift Gate, Bluetooth. #249 SaVe


SaVe $10,832

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MSRP $61,380 Sale Price $55,722 Rebate $2,000

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GMC Acadia AWD-Leather, Sunroof #314 ...... MSRP $39,930 GMC ¾ Ext 4x4-SLE, Z71 #311 .................... MSRP $41,580 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-LT, Z71 #290 .................... MSRP $42,280 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-LT, Power Windows #276 MSRP $43,235 GMC Acadia AWD-Sunroof, DVD #334 .......... MSRP $42,020 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-LT, Z71 #313 ................ MSRP $44,235 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather #296 ................... MSRP $42,920 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather Sunroof #322 ...... MSRP $45,040 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-LTZ, Leather #260 ............ MSRP $48,575 GMC ½ Crew 4x4-6.2L V8, Leather #272 .... MSRP $50,774 GMC ½ Crew 4x4-6.2L V8, Leather #271 .... MSRP $51,699 GMC Acadia AWD-Denali, Nav #308 ............. MSRP $51,365 Buick Enclave AWD-Sunroof, DVD #063 ........ MSRP $51,710

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Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price

$35,175 $35,427 $35,984 $36,891 $36,952 $37,741 $37,979 $39,798 $40,842 $42,237 $43,173 $45,561 $45,731

• GM Reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. • Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. * Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash ** Sale prices include all applicable rebates and incentives, see your sales person for details. SALE SALEENDS ENDS 11/15/12 11/20/12


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