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BIRD HOUSES Jim Williams and Fred Williams stand with their custom-made bird houses at the Hopewell bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 17. These

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Customer Index Chili Church plans Christmas pageant Kaufman Realty & Auctions ...... 29 Keim Lumber Company.............. 18 Kiefer’s Florist .......................... 16 Knob Hill Design ........................ 17 Lenny’s Barber Shop ................... 9 Lenzo Studio ............................. 23 Liberty House............................ 17 Marczewski Law Offices ............. 8 Marilyn’s Natural Foods ............ 13 Milligan Memorials ...................... 6 Mission Auto Connection .......... 27 Mosier Computer ........................ 6 New Bedford Harness & Boot ... 19 Olde Town Realty ..................... 29 Pearl Valley Cheese................... 14 Peddicord Rice AuctionRealty Ltd. ............................. 24 Physicians Minor Care and Occupational Health ................. 6 Rising Tide Aquatic Club ............. 3 Roscoe General Store................ 16 Route 5 Auto Sales ................... 30 Scheetz Christmas Tree Farm ..... 3 Seton Coshocton Apartments...... 7 Shaker House Antiques South ... 16 Shelby Theatres ......................... 2 Sprint Print Marketing Media Creations ................................. 8 Taylor Insurance and Financial Services................................. 20 The Frame Shop ........................ 12 The Frontier Power Company .... 25 The Garden Patch Greenhouse ............................ 13 The Warehouse Steak n’ Stein .. 17 Village Motors, Inc. ................... 30 Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel Co. .............................. 18 Wells Fargo Advisors................... 5 Wilson Carpet & Furniture ........... 5

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Kid’s choral, live nativity with animals, drama and adult choir make this year’s Christmas Pageant an unforgettable experience. Make a memory at their beautiful new church nestled in the rolling hills of Chili. Free and open to the public. All are welcome at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, at Chili Crossroads Bible Church, located at 29445 County Road 10, Fresno. For more information, contact the church at 740-545-9707 or www.chilibiblechurch.org. PHOTO CON-

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Agents Realty & Auction Service .................................. 28 Albertson Lawrence Agency ........ 7 Alternative Therapies & Massage, LLC ........................ 14 Baltic State Bank........................ 1 Beltone Hearing Aid Center ......... 6 Business and Service Directory ............................... 15 Canal Cargo .............................. 16 Central Ohio Technical College .... 3 Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton ............................. 30 Chuck Nicholson ....................... 32 Coshocton Chiropractic Health Center ................................... 11 Coshocton County Senior Center ..................................... 6 Coshocton Trucking, Inc. ............ 9 Coshoctonrentals.com............... 28 Dale Gress Auctioneer............... 29 Dale Gress Real Estate.............. 28 Designs by Michele LLC .............. 6 Digital Xtreme Photography ...... 22 Ember Complete Care Home Health Services ........................ 1 Farmerstown Communty Livestock Auction, LLC .......................... 28 Given-Dawson Funeral Home ....... 6 Global Media Works Stihl dealers........................... 19 Good News Book Store ............. 12 Health Services & Hospice of Coshocton ............................... 7 Hershberger Country Store.......... 8 Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center Auction....................... 28 Home Loan Savings Bank ............ 9 House of G.A. Fisher Jewelers Inc. ......................... 17

Plainfield Lodge 224 celebrates anniversary HISTORY Plainfield Lodge 224 was chartered Oct. 21, 1852 and has seen many changes in the last 160 years. To learn more about the organization, visit our website, www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com, to read the history of Plainfield Lodge 224 as submitted to The Beacon. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEA-

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Construction site supervisor John Hill prepares to hand over the key to the Angle family during Sunday’s Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County dedication ceremony. This is home number 11 built by Habitat in Coshocton County. Pictured are members of the Angle family: Candy, Tim, sons John, Brandon and Skyler. BEACON PHOTO

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COSHOCTON - In an emotional ceremony held Sunday, Nov. 18, Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County celebrated the dedication of house number 11, which is now the home of Tim and Candy Angle and their three sons: John, Brandon and Skyler. Many of the volunteers that helped build the home, along with Habitat for Humanity board members, were there to add support and congratulate the family. The single story home is located at 319 E. Seventh St. Rear in West Lafayette. The home was built by many volunteers from area United

BY MARK FORTINE Methodist Churches as an Apostle Build, a special Women’s Build Day group of volunteers and Habitat for Humanity volunteers. Lowe’s was a major contributor as well as area parishioners providing time, talent and monetary donations. John Hill, construction site supervisor, said, “It’s been a humbling experience, a lot of learning and growing. I’ve met so many great people and some of my expectations were unfounded. It was greater than what I expected. The volunteers, the caliber of the people, the quality – we worked 58 days on this house and talking to all of them there was never a day where someone said, “Oh, I’ve got to go work on that house today. We never had that. Everyone was excited and here

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On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18, my wife Chris and I had an opportunity to attend the 55th annual Warsaw Lions Club Minstrel Show at River View High School. We have not been fortunate enough to attend the show every year, but on those years that we have gone, we have found the show to be highly entertaining and motivating. The reason I am writing this editorial is to thank the show organizers and participants for providing that true entertainment can be wholesome and uplifting without any need for vulgarity. We also find it important that in Coshocton County, we are not afraid to share our belief in God in a very public setting. In today’s society, some people feel that in order for something to be funny, foul words must be used or someone must be made fun of at that person’s expense. Sure, there were times that specific persons were mentioned and we all had a good laugh, but that person was never belittled. Whenever we have attended one of these quality shows, one of the most moving, meaningful movements is at the end of the show when Larry Pepper shares words of wisdom and faith. During the years that I spent in education, I always found Larry to be a person who lived his faith everyday and I am sure that he will continue to do so in the future. Thank you to everyone involved in the production. Nate and Chris McNeal Kimbolton

Angle family with the key to their new home. Tim Angle said, “This means that my family is complete, we’re all right here on one level. We’re happy; we’re united as a family. The boys are excited to be here, they got to sleep in their rooms, and they slept sound. I know that I’m part of a community now, I’m settled, and we’re taken care of. God is watching over us. I’m going to work with Ernie Galadja to help get all Coshocton County churches involved in a habitat build because I want this to grow from just one house to several houses.” Rev. James Humphrey, District Superintendent for the Three Rivers District of the United Methodist Churches, said, “We challenged our 18 United Methodist Churches in Coshocton County and we ended up having 22, some from surrounding areas, that connected to it. We were challenged to raise $20,000, we raised over $25,000, from the United Methodist giving, plus the volunteer labor and a lot of others helping too. It was a challenge for them, they thought, “Can we do it?”, but sure enough, this is the day of completion and we did.” In comments made during the dedication ceremony, Rev. James Humphrey said, “I think this has enlivened the United Methodist Churches.” Several of the volunteers spoke, praising the experience, the Angle family, John Hill and the many other volunteers that helped. Significant to this home was a Women’s Build Day, with nearly 100 women showing up to frame the walls. With a goal of wanting two outside walls framed in, the women not only completed the outside wall framing but also put up some interior walls. A check in the amount of $50 was presented to the family from the Habitat for Humanity Restore. Following the dedication ceremony which included a dedication prayer and scripture reading, the Angle family opened their home to those in attendance for a tour. MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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PICTURES WITH SANTA Lily, a five year old dog adopted from Four Paws Thrift Store & Pet Adoption Center this spring, got her pictured taken with Santa, also known as John Guinther, Nov. 17, at Tractor Supply in the Downtowner Plaza. The photo session with Digital Xtreme Photography for pets and their owners was a fundraiser for Four Paws. Pet owners could purchase a 5x7 for $10 and order additional prints. The fundraiser was from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and by noon, at least 25 dogs and some cats had posed for the camera. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle had their annual bazaar and auction Saturday, Nov. 17, funded by the church’s TLC committee. “This is just a really cool committee,” said Shelia Bookless, “We’re really excited about the things we can do.” More than 15 vendors set up their wares at the bazaar and Auctioneer Bill Ogle auctioned off over 100 items donated by area businesses and members of the community. Monies raised from the auction will go to help fund ministries in the church and to Hurricane Sandy relief. Some proceeds also go to the Mother/Daughter banquet. “We just wanted to give people an opportunity to come in and see our church and

CON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT see the different things we help out with,” said Bookless. The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle is hoping to have a 5K next spring and they are also working on building an orphanage in Ecuador. “It’s fun to be able to help out with different ministries in the church,” said Bookless. The Youth Group also raised money for their mission trips by manning the concession stand. To learn more about the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, visit their website at coshoctonchristian.org. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Youth Group manned the concession stand at the church’s bazaar and auction. Pictured from left to right: Cheyenne Pike, Alexia Grove, Lena Schlomach (from Germany), Shelby Albertson, Taylor Darr, and David Dahl. BEA-

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to advertise to generate enough vendors. As the years went by, vendors started voluntarily phoning in to see if there was still a spot left for them to participate. Throughout the bazaar, the halls were filled with shoppers eager to find that one unique gift for the holidays. “We couldn’t do it without the people who come to support the vendors,” said Warden. “We are very appreciative of our vendors and shoppers that support us.” One of those local vendors from Coshocton was Jim and Fred Williams, who were selling custom-made bird houses. These bird houses were very unique in that they were hand-made from Little Golden Books and Disney Books. Jim and Fred had the idea to make these bird houses in memory of their father, Max Williams, who collected Little Golden Books. The bird houses are made from scratch and each of the four sides include a page from the book. They are to be used as indoor decorations only. For more information, see their ‘Golden Memories Community Page’ on Facebook. More than 25 volunteers helped out at the concession stand, grilling sirloin burgers, purchased from Collin’s Meat Market, hot dogs, chili, chips, pop, and water. All food donations were made by the staff. “Whatever we make moneywise will go to the PTO,” said Tara Kehl who has been running the concession stand for three years. “Kids go on field trips with that money or it’s used to buy new equipment.” The Hopewell bazaar is always the third Saturday in November and continues to be a huge success each year. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON - Clary Gardens, located at 588 W. Chestnut St. (SR 541 W), Coshocton, is hosting a Handmade Christmas Card Workshop on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 10 a.m. An optional hike on the half-mile woodland trail will immediately follow the class. Come enjoy some creative time and come away with your very own personal card design for someone special. The technique they will be using is Paper Collage. All your supplies are included in the $10 class fee, but feel free to bring a favorite stencil, old Christmas card to repurpose, or favorite paper and pens. If you are • Country Setting inspired by another theme, such as New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, etc., please bring items you wish • Applicants must be at Seton Coshocton least 62 years of age. Apartments to incorporate in your design. There will be creative books available to look through and a few basic • Quietly Secluded BRC Properties Inc. designs presented, so even if you think you aren’t creative, as long as you can cut and paste, you • Social Activities will come away with a keepsake card. Class size is limited, so register early as these workshops • Library 377 Clow Lane, Coshocton often fill up. The workshop is suitable for all ages. Adults need to remain with anyone under 12. • Puzzle/Game Room 622-7664 • Pets Allowed Pre-registration is requested by Nov. 30. Participants wishing to join on the woodland hike are asked to wear comfortable sturdy shoes (no flip flops please) and weather appropriate clothing. All fees benefit the ongoing development of their children’s garden. Clary Gardens has free admission and is open to the public, daily from Medicare Open Enrollment Ends Dec. 7th 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. this time of year. Visitors are always welcome to take a self-guided tour anytime during these hours and brochures/maps are available in the parking lots. Visitors are welcome to bring a blanket for picnicking in the garden or in the amphitheatre. Albertson Lawrence Agency Clary Gardens is located at 588 West Chestnut Street (SR 541 West) P.O. Box 577 • 147 S. 2nd Street, Coshocton in Coshocton, just past the south entrance to Roscoe Village. For more 740-622-0572 • fax 740-622-3641 information about Clary Gardens, call 740-622-6524 or visit www. farmerjcob@yahoo.com clarygardens.org or facebook/clarygardens.

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November 30th, 1952 M.D. Custer, a local banker, was the first to turn over a spade full of dirt on the land he had donated which would become the Salvation Army, located at 340 Chestnut Street. Others involved in the ceremony were members of the Salvation Army’s advisory committee and local Jaycees who all took turns at breaking ground. The program included a performance by the Salvation Army Band, brief talks from local community members, and an invocation. The two-story fireproof structure was designed by local architect, Fred Jacobs and would be completed by spring 1953.

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December 2nd, 1962 The Penn-Michigan Manufacturing Corp. in West Lafayette had recently negotiated an agreement with Ideal-O-Matic Inc. in Columbus to start manufacturing the latest technology in soft drink vending machines. Penn-Michigan had erected a 175-foot conveyer line which enabled the firm to produce around 70 vending machines daily. Seven different models were to be produced ranging in capacity from 80-220 soft drink bottles. As many as 13 assorted brands of soft drinks were to be dispensed. The declining milk can market had forced Penn-Michigan to lay off employees. They hoped with the new vending machine contract to hire workers back to the firm for steady employment.

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December 3rd, 1972 Coshocton residents were encouraged to keep their eyes to the sky on the evening of Dec. 13 to watch for the Geminid Meteor shower, so named because the meteors radiate from Gemini. An observer to this particular meteor shower could see about 50 Geminids per hour and would be seen best after midnight into the early morning. A location away from the city was suggested and residents were advised to go east of Coshocton to see the shower as observers south and west may be bothered by the city and Christmas lights. Residents who chose to watch the meteor shower were advised to dress warmly as it was to be an extremely cold night.

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Christmas came to Warsaw Sunday, Nov. 25. Residents gathered around the village’s gazebo before a candlelighting ceremony to hear a message about the meaning of the season by Jeremy Roseberry, pastor at Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church. “Christmas is about hope, love, joy and peace,” he said. “I know we are all busy, but I urge you to remember the reason for the season.” Attendees also listened to several songs by the Warsaw Elementary Honors Choir, which is led by Les Widder, who was named the honorary candlelighter. Children also had the opportunity to visit with Santa Claus who rode into the village on a fire truck. For more photos from the Warsaw Candlelighting, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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WARSAW - The 2012 Warsaw Lions Minstrel Show is now in the books and with a somewhat sad note, is seeing the end of an era with Interlocutor Jim Bartlett announcing his retirement from the show. Bartlett was presented with a cardboard cutout so he will not really be absent from future shows, a plaque commemorating his service and photos from previous shows. Show director Jean Haumschild said, when asked what was unique about this year’s show, “There are several things, first of all we have some new people, we have more male soloists than female soloists, our interruptions are in a different direction. I think the music relates to everybody. People have already said, “Wow, this is great.” Haumschild said that the practices to prepare for the show are “Like a family reunion. A lot of these people I don’t see throughout the year. The first practice we don’t get a lot of practicing done, it’s more of catching up on kids doing what, how many grandchildren, looking at pictures and laughing and things like that. It’s a feel good time. People come back here because it feels good, and it’s fun. Nick (Fischer) always says if you think it’s funny on stage you ought to come to rehearsals, we have a lot of fun.”

She also talked about Jim Bartlett, and his retirement. “I can’t even begin to say what he means to the show. He’s been the interlocutor for years and he is so quick witted, if something isn’t going quite right, he can just cover for us and he’s just so good at doing that. Plus, he’s just a good all around guy. We kid him about not attending too many practices, he usually comes in on dress rehearsal night and that’s the first we see him. He comes in and gives everyone a hug – we are going to miss him so much. He brings so much to our show. He will be a hard person to replace.” Bartlett received a standing ovation from


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Coshocton County 4-H advisors, volunteers honored at 2012 Leader’s Banquet

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AMBASSADOR AWARD Susan McCurdy receives her 2012 4-H Ambassador AMBASSADOR AWARD Sarah Jane Lindsey is pictured with 2012 4-H AmAward from Jenny Cherry, OSU Extension Educator; 4-H. Brother Bob Buxton an- bassador Award recipient Paula Hathaway. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORnounced the award. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE TUNE COSHOCTON - 4-H volunteers, advisors and others were recognized for their efforts to help further the 4-H program in Coshocton County during the 2012 4-H Leader’s Banquet held Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian Church in Coshocton. The evening was sponsored by the Coshocton County Agricultural Society, Farm Credit Services, Ohio Heritage Bank and the Home Loan Savings Bank. Following a delicious meal of pulled pork, dressing, green beans, rolls, cheesy potatoes and homemade desserts, area 4-H advisors were honored in several categories of service. First year, five year, 10 year, 15 year, 20 year, 25 year, 30 year, 35 year and 40 year advisors were recognized. Greg Fisher, Tom Wells and Marilyn Wyler were honored for 25 years, Debbie Endsley, Janette McCullough for 30 years, Elaine Ashcraft, Karen Locke, Brent Porteus and Karen Shepler for 35 years and Joyce Mullett received a huge round of applause for 40 years of volunteer service. Maureen Pritchard chaired the planning committee with help from Ellen McClain, Amanda Poorman, Carolee Bookless, Bob Buxton, Caitlyn Bookless, Ro Yoder, Jacki Wiggins, Chip Troyer and Rachelle Yoder. Justine Moran, 2012 Coshocton County Junior Fair Queen gave remarks and greeted guests. Jenny Cherry, OSU Extension Educator, 4-H, introduced special guests and Bob Buxton gave the invocation. Bob Buxton presented a 4-H Ambassador Award to his sister, Susan McCurdy, saying, “Susan McCurdy has been a 4-H advisor for 29 years. She started the Mohawk Valley 4-H Club. Both of her grown children, Tai McCurdy and Bekah McCurdy Peck were 4-H members in her club. As a club advisor, she has helped many girls learn to sew and many have represented Coshocton County at

the Ohio State Fair and received Outstanding of the Day. She is a member, and currently vice president, of the Coshocton County 4-H Family Consumer Science Committee that organizes project evaluations, the style review and events at the County Fair. She has served as a judge for 4-H sewing projects for many years at both the county and state level. She has also been a Master Garden Volunteer through OSU Extension since 2004 and volunteered hundreds of hours to horticulture education and community beautification projects. Sarah Jane Lindsey presented a 4-H Ambassador Award to Paula Hathaway. Lindsey said at the presentation, “Paula, you have volunteered, worked, taught, and served in many capacities of 4-H and Extension. Though you value hard work, knowledge and skills the most, now is your time to be honored for your commitment and dedication to 4-H. Thank you! You are very deserving to receive the Coshocton County 4-H Ambassador Award.” Hathaway has served as a Coshocton County 4-H advisor for 22 years and has served on the County 4-H Advisory Committee for six years and been a member of the subcommittees for the 4-H leaders banquet, adult awards and youth awards. A certified Master Clothing Educator certified through the OSU Family Consumer Sciences Department, she has shared her sewing skills in many ways. On our county 4-H Family Consumer Sciences Committee, she was the president during 2010 and 2011 and is currently the secretary. She has worked with the youth on the 4-H Food, Fashion, and Family Living Board in the past and taught sewing sessions at several of the county workshops. Jan Luce presented a Friend of 4-H Award to Tammi Rogers and Debbie Bowman of the OSU Extension Office. Luce said of the award, “It is that individual that goes beyond our expectations

and is very instrumental in providing a quality 4-H program for our youth. It is the person that continuously provides the small contributions that snowballs into such a meaningful role in the Coshocton County 4-H program.” “Tonight I am presenting this award to a very special team that I hope is a surprise. Tammi Rogers and Debbie Bowman, would you please come forward.” Both ladies enjoyed being in 4-H as youngsters. Bowman has been employed at OSU Extension as an office associate for seven years and Rogers has been employed with the Extension as the Agricultural Program Assistant for 12 years. Bowman provided a shortened version of both women’s job description and talked about their valuable contribution to the 4-H program in Coshocton County and how their service impacts the community. Bowman said, “I have to say that these two are team players. There job is not the 4-H program, it is not what they are paid to do. But that has not stopped either one of them. Debbie worked relentlessly during the levy campaign. I am sure that Debbie made a huge impact in the city with the levy. Tammi also helped immensely with the levy, getting the Master Gardeners organized. On her own time she ran labels, checking for duplicates. She and Debbie both stuffed envelopes and attended meetings. What I remember most about both is their help in the office with the 4-H program, saying, ‘How can I help?” Rod Lindsey presented a Friend of 4-H award to Ezra Helmick of Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel. A former 4-H member and River View FFA member, Lindsey said of Helmick, “His love of the fair has continued through the years and the sale of his fair animals

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helped him learn the value of hard work. He opened Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel Company with his brothers 13 years ago. The company has supported the livestock auction ever since, like many other local companies. But this recipient has taken a personal interest in the kids behind the animals. Quite often, he will supply the opening bid and he loves to run your bid up! So beware. At the end of the night, he has gone in with others to raise the price of that last unfortunate animal on the auction block to make sure the child isn’t shortened due to the lack of late bidders. Several years ago he helped

organize 11 other bidders to combine their funds to buy the McMillan hog for an unprecedented amount of money for a non champion animal to help a family in need. Long time auctioneer Greg Rice comments, “Ezra and his business has always stepped up to the plate and helped provide financial assistance in many situations over the last 13 years.” Lindsey said, “Football coaching legend Woody Hayes from The Ohio State University always talked to his players about paying it forward. Truly our recipient tonight understands that statement.”

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Coshocton Community Choir presents annual Christmas concert COSHOCTON — Your Light Has Come is the theme of the Coshocton Community Choir’s Festival Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Over 200 musicians from throughout central Ohio will weave together the Christmas story at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium. Musical selections during the 90-minute concert span the centuries as the choirs, under the direction of Charles R. Snyder, perform a mix of sacred and secular choral music. “Each year we try to see Christmas through a different lens,” said Snyder. “That not only

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helps keep the concert fresh, but a theme also suggests new music as well as music we haven’t programmed in several years. Light and darkness is a reoccurring theme in scripture, and the contrast between the November darkness and the lights of Christmas is an obvious illustration of that reality. Our artist friend Tom Kulewicz has beautifully captured that in the logo he’s designed for this year’s Christmas concerts.” Dr. Allan H. Zagray, retired pastor of Grace United Methodist Church, has again chosen and written the script for the concert story. “His theological insights are always helpful, and his years singing with the Community Choir has given him a unique perspective as he helps wed text to the music we’re preparing,” said Snyder. Zagray shares in this year’s text, ‘The Christmas lights may go out, but the Light of Christ can still shine – in us and in others like us who allow the love of God to touch us in the depths of our beings, so that we reach out to those who need a healing touch and helpful assistance along their way through life. We must brighten the corner where we are.’ The Your Light Has Come Christmas concert music is eclectic this year offering something for everyone. Choral enthusiasts will appreciate the Paladilhe ‘Benedictus’, Sweelinck’s ‘Born Today,’ and the Gretchaninov ‘Nunc Dimittis.’ “The contemporary ‘Mary, Did You Know?’ will be heard in a fresh setting by Fred Bock,” said Snyder, “and I know the audience will enjoy two Christmas spirituals: Jester Hairston’s arrangement of ‘Wonderful Counselor,’ and the Children’s Choir’s new arrangement of ‘Go Tell It on the Mountain’ by Mark Patterson.” The Community Choir and the Youth Chorale will sing several carols in the round – out in the audience. While the audience might

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WARSAW – The oldest-continuous familyowned business in Warsaw is celebrating 75 years of services. Fischer Funeral Home opened for business on Feb. 12, 1937 by Franklin J. Fischer, grandfather of Gary Fischer who, along with Nick Fischer, are third generation minority owners in the business. Patricia Fischer-Lewis is the majority owner of the funeral home. Franklin Fischer started working in the funeral home business in November 1929 when he worked for E.R. Urey. One of Franklin’s first jobs was to take care of Mr. Urey’s horses. Two horses were used to draw each hearse. Only grey horses were used to draw deceased women and children hearses while the black horses were used only for deceased men. At this time, all the preparation of the body and for the services was done in the deceased person’s home and most of the viewings were in the home as well. When Franklin purchased the funeral business from Urey in 1937, it was located in a large white building on the southeast corner of Main and Bridge Street in Warsaw. On Aug. 22, 1939, Franklin and a crew of 23 men began dismantling a building in Monroe Township and moved the entire building piece by piece to Warsaw. This building is the current location of Fischer Funeral Home. Like a giant jigsaw puzzle, the house was dismantled and each piece was labeled in chalk, indicating where its place was in the house. In

December 1939, Franklin and his family moved into the new house and later, in August 1940, moved their funeral business to their home. Lynn Fischer, one of Franklin’s three children, purchased the business from his father in 1979. In that same year, Lynn’s two sons, Gary and Nick who were now licensed funeral directors, opened a second location in Danville. According to Gary, throughout the years working in the funeral business, the major change he has seen in funeral services is the use of technology and personalization. They now have the capability to make family videos, digitally record the funeral service, and personalize the music, memorial cards, and obituaries. “When we first started making memorial cards, we had a printing press in the basement,” said Gary. “My brother and I, our first job was to make memorial cards. Those were made one at a time on the printing press. We would set that one letter at a time and make one memorial card at a time. It was very time consuming.” Now, everything is computerized and much easier for the funeral directors and staff. “We would have to call in obituaries by phone to the papers,” he said. “We would repeat every word and spell out every word, and hope that we got it right and the person on the other end got it right…..Technology has made personalization a lot better for the families we serve and it makes it a lot easier for the funeral staff.” To commemorate their 75th anniversary, Fischer Funeral Home decided to keep with

tradition and make yard sticks with their information to give to residents. This is the same way Urey and others in business back then commemorated special events as well. “We’ve always had a motto that we followed,” said Gary. “My grandfather and father started it: Serving others as we would serve ourselves. We need to thank the community for their support. Without the community support, we wouldn’t be able to celebrate 75 years of services. I feel honored to be the third generation and I appreciate the sacrifices my grandfather and father made.” Gary’s sons, Jesse and Corey, are now the fourth generation of licensed funeral directors at Fischer Funeral Home. They currently have four licensed funeral directors and embalmers with over 80 years of combined experience. “We have a good relationship with other funeral homes in the area,” said Gary. “We’re proud of the fact that we’ve been able to continue through four generations.” For more information on Fischer Funeral Home, see their website at fischerfuneralhome. com or call them at 824-3515. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM Education Requirements - E.R. Urey’s education required three weeks of training in embalming school. - Franklin’s education required six months at embalming school and one year apprenticeship - Current requirements are a Bachelor of Science degree, embalming college, and one year apprenticeship in order to take state board

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Land Transfers: 11/16 George S. Church and Theresa A. Church to Conrad D. Miller and Lois A. Miller; $300,000 Gertrude P. Carnahan, deceased, to Shanna D. Patterson; $96,000 11/19 Helen L. Kamban, deceased, to Charles E. Underwood, Trustee; $44,000 Brent G. Fortune and Sheri M. Fortune to Randy L. Walsh and Dana M. Walsh; $74,500 11/20 Robert O. Duffy and Kim E. Duffy to Deborah Joan King; $182,500 Betty J. Hendricks, deceased, to Corie L. Addy;

Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 11/14 Ted E. Moore, deceased, to Joilynn Jones Mary A. Sergeant, Trustee, to Kenneth G. Hoffman, Trustee 11/15 State of Ohio to Larry A. Endsley and Todd A. Endsley State of Ohio to Larry A. Endsley and Todd A. Endsley 11/16 Brent G. Fortune and Sheri M. Fortune to Randy L. Walsh and Dana M. Walsh 11/19 Katie A. Hill to Matthew Armstrong and Rebecca S. Armstrong 11/20 Cheryl K. Blizzard to Rylee VanSickle Linda L. Bradford, deceased, Coshocton County Probate Case No. 21210161 and James R. Bradford to James R. Bradford Thomas K. King to Thomas E. King John and Nancy Wells to April Snyder

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COSHOCTON – Cheer on the holiday season at Historic Roscoe Village on Dec. 1, 8 and 15, during the annual Christmas Candlelighting Ceremonies. A favorite among guests and locals alike, the Candlelighting Ceremony begins promptly at 6 p.m. each Saturday evening at the outdoor Main Stage area. A variety of activities will be taking place throughout the day. Steve Ball, Civil War Historian and Musician, will be strolling through the Village sharing Christmas Carols from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Holiday entertainment will be performed by Two Harps, Brenda and Paul Neal, in the Exhibit Hall from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Along with the music by Two Harps, children can enjoy a visit with Santa and his elf where they can decorate a paper ornament to put on Santa’s Tree. There is no charge for a visit with Santa. Guests will also have the opportunity to experience a truly old-fashioned Christmas through carriage rides, roasted chestnuts, luminaries, complimentary hot-mulled cider and cookies, and “A Roscoe Christmas” tour at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m. or by candlelight at 7 p.m. after the Christmas Candlelighting Ceremony. Cost of the tour is $9.95 for adults and $4.95 for students. The Shops of Roscoe Village will be open for your holiday shopping from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. The Village is adorned with evergreen wreaths and handmade decorations that make it a special place to visit with family and friends during the holiday season.

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Candlelighter for the December 1st Christmas Candlelighting Ceremony. Tom is the Sales Manager and Sports Director of WTNS in Coshocton, Ohio. Tom has coached the American Legion Baseball team for 12 years and has been on numerous school levy committees in Ridgewood and Coshocton Schools. He has held the position of Coshocton County Chamber President, past Chairman for the Distribution Committee at the Coshocton Foundation, member of Kiwanis, active in Dollars for Scholars and he and his wife Jenny have also co-chaired the Park District levy. Tom and Jenny have two children, Jayme and husband Drew and daughter Anderson who live in Westerville. They also have a son, Alton and his wife Nikki and twin daughters Maci and Mya who live in Newark. Tom has been with WTNS for 40 years. At the Christmas Candlelightings each year, visitors are provided a candle upon arrival at the ceremony and surround the main stage in the center of the village to listen to guest choirs sing carols, hear a Christmas story, and participate in the lighting of their candle. When it comes time to light the candles, the Honorary Candlelighter lights his or her candle from the main candle on stage then passes the flame through the crowd as each guest joins in the singing of “Silent Night” until everyone’s candle is glowing. The candlelighting ceremony begins at 6:00pm and is

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Community Calendar Show Choir Performs. The Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane, will be hosting the River View Jr. High School Show Choir on Friday, Dec. 7 at 11:30 a.m. Please join us for this entertaining show and plan to stay for lunch if you would like. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 for reservations. Christmas on Merry Lane. Come celebrate Christmas with grumpy old men and the reunion of their family in a comedy Christmas drama, Christmas on Merry Lane on Dec. 16, at 6 p.m. at The Anchor Church, located at 1365 Chamberlain Street in Zanesville. Refreshments will be served. Holiday Party. The Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane, will be having a holiday party with entertainment by Jerome James on Friday, Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. Please call 622-4852 for lunch reservations. 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

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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. AAA9 Cancels November Meetings. The Area Agency on Aging Region 9, Inc. has canceled their Regional Advisory Council and Board of Trustees meetings scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 29, at the Bureau of Worker’s Compensation, located at 61501 Southgate Parkway, Cambridge. They have been rescheduled for Thursday, Dec. 20, in the meeting room at Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center – WorkPro/Occupational Medicine Facility at 10095 Brick Church Road, Cambridge. The Regional Advisory Council will begin with round table discussion at 9:30 a.m., followed by their meeting at 10 a.m. Then the Board of Trustees will meet at 1 p.m. 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

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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. 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. Donate food this holiday season. One out of seven households in the United States are food insecure. This holiday season, team up with your local Sears Hometown Store owners Bobby and Amanda Chaney in Coshocton and proud partner, The Salvation Army of Coshocton, to take a stand against hunger during their annual holiday food drive. Community members are encouraged to visit the Sears Hometown Store at 480 Downtowner Plaza and donate non-perishable food items. As a thank you for donating, customers will receive a coupon off their purchase. Sears Hometown Stores will collect nonperishable food items through Dec. 29. See store for details. With over 930 locations, Sears Hometown Stores hopes to impact hunger epidemic in communities across America. 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. 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.

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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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.

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Christmas Cookie Sale. Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church will be having their 12th annual Christmas Cookie Sale Saturday, Dec. 1 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Cookies will be sold by the pound at $6 per pound. Everyone has an opportunity to enter a drawing for a cookie jar filled with treats. Christmas Program. New Moscow United Methodist Church will be having their annual Christmas program Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.

Christmas Craft Bazaar. New Beginnings Ministries will have a Christmas Craft Bazaar Friday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. All proceeds will be used to help needy families in the area. The church is located at 331 E. Church St. in Warsaw.

Light of the World Ballet. There will be a Light of the World Ballet, Prelude to a “Christmas Celebration” at the Fresno Bible Church Monday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. A free-will offering will be taken to defray traveling expenses and fund future mission trips. The story is about a young woman who came to Christ during China’s Cultural Revolution. The Crown. Coshocton Christian School presents “The Crown” on Friday, Dec. 14 during chapel at 10:15 a.m. and is open to Coshocton Christian School parents and on Dec. 15 at 1 p.m., which is open to the public. This story is inspired by the book of Proverbs. It shows what one must do to receive the crown of life and the joy in living for the King of Kings. Nellie offers Christmas candy. Prize-winning pea-

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

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Christmas Cookie and Candy Sale. Isleta United Methodist Church will have their seventh annual Christmas Cookie and Candy Sale in the church basement on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 8 a.m. - noon. There will be hundreds of delicious holiday cookies and candies to choose from, and you can make up your own assortment of favorites. Price is $6 per pound. Plan to come early for the best selection. Isleta is located at 58608 CR 9, Newcomerstown.

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.

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.

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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.

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.

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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.

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 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 rolls will also be available for sale.

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.

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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.

nut brittle and chocolate, pecan and peanut butter fudges are available at Mercantile on Main in Coshocton now until Christmas. Mercantile on Main is open 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturdays, and is located at 603 Main St. across from the WTNS lot. The peanut brittle recipe won first place at the 2012 Coshocton County Fair. The Nellie Chapel UMC Talent Project will benefit 100% from the net profits and will fund various mission projects. To order five pounds or more of candy or arrange delivery of candy outside of the Coshocton area, call Becky Bowden at 740327-2235.

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Coshocton Boys Basketball

Redskins hope to grow as season progresses BY JIM BARSTOW

COSHOCTON - If Tom Hilgenberg was a scientist and a basketball coach, you might understand if he was spending a lot of his time in the laboratory working on a new concoction. “We could use some Miracle-Gro that works on people,” said Hilgenberg as the Coshocton boys’ basketball rotated through free throw drills in the Coshocton High School gymnasium. “You look around and you don’t see the 6-foot-7s, 6-5s and 6-4s in the athletes we have, but that’s the beauty of high school. You get what you have and you work with them.” But it’s not coincidental that in Hilgenberg’s statement, he mentioned the word ‘athletes’. “We’re definitely going to be one of the smallest teams in the Eastern District but effort-wise and attitude-wise, I’d put these guys up against any team I’ve had here. I think that with the style that we’re going to play and the aggressiveness, we’ll make up for our size. “I’m not going to say that we’re going to win 16, 17 or 18 games, but I’m not going to say we’ll go 4-17 either. I love this team. Our strengths are the way we play team defense and the way we rebound the ball.” Any size advantage Coshocton moved on through graduation with Brandon Taylor’s and Drew Jarvis’ 32 points and 20 big-man rebounds per game during an 18-5 season that ended in the regional tournament in Athens. This year, the tallest man on the team is Hilgenberg himself. At 6-2, seniors Brock Bolden, Drew Dunlap, and JT Rizer tower over the rest of the team while senior Tanner Cognion and Josh Hilgenberg, the team’s only junior, are 6-1. Dunlap is the only true post player among them. The tallest man currently in the Redskins’ system is 6-3 sophomore Nathan Leopard, a post on the junior varsity team. The Redskins are also relatively inexperienced. Cognion and senior guards Kyle Corder and Curtis Blake are the only returning lettermen and they are 5-9 and 5-7, respectively. But add the influx of a deep sophomore class and the mighty-mite Redskins’ ‘in your face’ attack Hilgenberg believes will give teams fits. “If we play the way we want to play, we really have to get after people,” Hilgenberg said. “I want to make this game fun and to me, that is being able to press and get up and down the floor without a whole lot of restrictions on the kids. We’re depending heavily on everybody who dresses for the varsity game.” Bolden leads a group of newcomers who all will likely be a part of the Redskins’ attack. Having played as a sophomore, he returns to help provide leadership. He will also join Rizer, Cognion and sophomore Dylan Brown on the wing.

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Backing Corder and Blake at the guards are sophomores Damon Miller, Sam Magness, Patrick Brouse and Jim Magness. “As hard as we play, I don’t think we have a kid who can play 32 minutes at our pace,” said Hilgenberg. “We’re going to play a lot of kids but they will only play if they play hard. If we have to play seven kids, we’ll play seven. If somebody decides to take a playoff, he’s basically throwing the rest of the team under the bus.” Offensively, Hilgenberg said the team will benefit from a balanced attack.

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Time Indian Valley at Indian Valley HS 6:00pm Carrollton at Carrollton HS 6:00pm Bishop Rosecrans Cosh.High School 1:00pm John Glenn Cosh.High School 6:00pm Connoton Valley(no JV)Cosh.High School 6:30pm River View at River View HS 1:00pm Claymont Cosh.High School 6:00pm Meadowbrook at Meadowbrook HS 1:00pm Cambridge(no JV) Cosh.High School 6:00pm Newcomerstown at Newcomerstown HS 6:00pm Danville at Danville HS 6:00pm New Philadelphia Cosh.High School 6:00pm Zanesville Cosh.High School 1:00pm Marietta at Mariette HS 1:00pm Claymont at Claymont HS 6:00pm Dover at Dover HS 1:00pm New Lexington Cosh.High School 6:00pm Philo at Philo HS 6:00pm Meadowbrook Cosh.High School 1:00pm Bishop Rosecrans at Bishop Rosecrans HS 6:00pm River View Cosh.High School 1:00pm

“A lot of it is going to be getting consistent balanced scoring from the kids who get minutes,” he said. “We need a couple averaging 10 to 12 points a game and everyone else between 4 and 8 and we’ll be successful. “If one person on this team is averaging 25 points a night, I don’t think we’ll be very successful. That means we’re not sharing the ball and that we’re doing a lot standing around. “I’m really happy with the way our seniors are being good leaders and role models for the kids. We’re definitely an inexperienced team, but the kids put in some quality time in the off

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 20 season. I like my team. If we were going to have an inexperienced team, this is the year to have it.” The Redskins open their season with backto-back games Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 inside the Wigwam, taking on East Knox and Hiland.

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COSHOCTON - No team is without something that drives them to become the best they can be, and the Coshocton High School girls’ basketball team isn’t an exception. “We have set some goals for this year,” said second-year head coach Paul Bowman. “We hope to get the kids to compete at a high level every night which should allow us to reach those goals.” Bowman does know something about winning, once guiding the CHS reserve team to an undefeated season. “I believe we are pretty athletic and have some quickness, so we certainly look to win more league games and surpass last year’s win total,” he said. A trio of seniors will be counted upon heavily, including guardforwards Emilee Pell and Kalina Payne, and forward-post Julie Kittell. Junior point guard Kasy Means also returns. Means averaged 9 points, 4.5 assists and 2 steals per game last year and was a second team all-district selection and received honorable mention in the all-East Central Ohio League Grey Division selection process. Junior Javanna Ramsey will be vying for playing time at guard-forward and newcomers Quantesha Carlton and Kylie Brown will play guard and post, respectively. Coach Bowman noted Carlton and Brown as a pair of players who should make a positive impact. Sophomore Katie Tupper joins Pell, Kittell and Means as the returning letter winners. She will play a significant role as a forward-post. Joining the mix are sophomores Jocelyn Green, Alexis Rose and Hannah Lain and freshmen Lexie Phillips and Courtney Nutter. Not exceptionally tall as a team, Lain and Brown provide the team with some decent height, each standing 5-foot-11 and 5-10, respectively, while Tupper is 5-9. “We’re hoping to get a couple young kids to step up and fill some bench roles,” Bowman said. Lost through graduation was all-ECOL performer Tanisha Means. Still hoping to develop depth and gain experience, Bowman’s biggest concern is finding a solution for a turnover issue that resulted on over 20 per game last year. “That’s simply not good,” he said. “We need to take care of the basketball this year.” As they begin their quest to improve on last year’s 3-19 season, the Lady Redskins open the season Nov. 23 at Licking Valley, the first of three straight road games. They play their first game inside the Wigwam at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, hosting Zanesville Rosecrans.

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WEST LAFAYETTE - When Ridgewood High School boys basketball coach Alan Keesee speaks of competing in the Inter-Valley Conference, he doesn’t back down from declaring just how competitive his players must be. “We’re like the Big East Conference of Ohio,” Keesee said. “You can’t just show up and expect to mail it in. You have to play hard and physical and compete every night of the week whether you’re 8-and-0 or 0-and-8. It’s a dogfight no matter who you play.” The Generals face a challenging season in terms of the competition with a number of players whose availability early in the season will be limited. Five seniors return to provide leadership, including starters Dillon McPherson, Zak Keesee and Christian Grove. Grove posted 14 points and 9 rebounds per game last year; Keesee was at 10 points and 6 boards, while McPherson’s value was in how he operated the point guard position. “Dillon did a real nice job taking over that position last year and is coming into his final year with experience and leadership,” Keesee said. He is a 6-footer while Grove, a post, and Zak Keesee, a wing, are both 6-3. Keesee will also see time backing up at point guard. Two other seniors are now in the mix as well. A 6-0 guard Tyler Davis returns to the sport after dedicating himself to a successful high school career in varsity golf and 5-10 guard Joey Raach moved into the district from Newcomerstown nearly a year ago and will become eligible on his anniversary date. Depth will come from Ryan Lowe, a versatile 6-3 junior who provided a big lift off the bench last year, 5-9 junior Seth Bergeron, 5-10 junior Tyler Milligan, and 6-2 sophomore Matt Saylor. Also in the mix will be 5-10 sophomore Matt Leitz, 5-10 freshman Austin Lowery, 5-9 freshman Cole Lillibridge, and 6-1 freshman Chase Merryman. “We’ve got a good nucleus,” Coach Keesee said. “This is the first group that’s ran the cycle with this program, this being my fourth year. We’re coming off back-to-back 16-win seasons and of our top seven players from last year, four returned. From that standpoint, we feel pretty good.” Gone from the halls of Ridgewood is Tanner Stoffer, now playing basketball and golf at West Liberty State College and Chris Saylor, now at Otterbein and a member of their track and field team. Stoffer led the Generals with 19 points per game. Keesee believes Garaway and Malvern will be the teams to beat, but will never count out Hiland, which has won back-to-back state championships but lost a tremendous amount of talent through graduation. “I’m not too sure there are many programs who can match up with Malvern with its size and strength. It has the advantage, but Garaway’s players one through 10 are probably the best-balanced team and Hiland is

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Date Opponent Place Time Nov. 30 Peoples Baptist A. H 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4 Sandy Valley A 7 p.m. Dec. 8 Indian Valley H 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 Newcomerstown H 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 Hiland H 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18 Danville A 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 Malvern A 7:30 p.m. Dec. 27 St. John Central A 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4 TCC H 7:30 p.m. Jan. 8 Strasburg H 7:30 p.m. Jan. 11 Garaway A 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 River View H 7:30 p.m. Jan. 18 Sandy V. “Elite Dance” H 6 p.m. Jan. 21 Caldwell @W. Musk. Tour. A 6:30 p.m. Jan. 25 Newcomerstown A 6 p.m. Jan. 29 Hiland A 6 p.m. Feb. 2 Indian Valley A 6 p.m. Feb. 5 Malvern H 6 p.m. Feb. 8 TCC A 6 p.m. Feb. 12 Strasburg A 6 p.m. Feb. 15 Garaway H 6 p.m. Feb. 18 W. Muskingum Pt/Night H 6 p.m. a misnomer “Everyone thinks they will be down this year. They lost some quality players coming off two state championships but those guys who are back practiced against back-to-back state champs, so they’ve had to improve. “They’re not going to have 6-8, 6-7 and 6-6 across the backcourt that they’ve been accustomed to, but the reps those kids had have to be more valuable than actual game time. I don’t think you can count them out.” Keesee also said that second-year coach Tyrone Miller has Tuscarawas Catholic’s program looking up. Newcomerstown didn’t lose Central Catholic looking up and they didn’t lose a whole lot from last year’s squad. “We’ve always played the season one game at a time,” Coach Keesee said. “The first game of the season is the first one and is the one we’re going to focus on and then we’ll get geared up for the second one and then the third one.” The Generals open the season on Friday, Nov. 30, hosting Peoples Baptist.


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Date Time Nov. 28 Sandy Valley H 6 p.m. Dec. 1 River View H 6 p.m. Dec. 5 Newcomerstown A 6 p.m. Dec. 8 Hiland H 1 p.m. Dec. 12 East Knox HS A 6 p.m. Dec. 15 Malvern A 1 p.m. Dec. 19 TCC H 7:30 p.m. Dec. 22 Strasburg H 6 p.m. Dec. 29 Johnstown-Monroe H 6 p.m. Jan. 5 Garaway H 6 p.m. Jan. 7 New Lexington A 6 p.m. Jan. 12 Sandy Valley A 1 p.m. Jan. 14 Tuscarawas Valley H 6 p.m. Jan. 16 Dover A 6 p.m. Jan. 19 Newcomerstown H 6 p.m. Jan. 23 Hiland A 6 p.m. Jan. 26 Indian Valley A 1 p.m. Jan. 30 Malvern H 6 p.m. Feb. 2 TCC A 1 p.m. Feb. 4 W. Muskingum Pt/Night H 6 p.m. Feb. 6 Strasburg A 6 p.m. Feb. 9 Garaway A 1 p.m.

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WEST LAFAYETTE - A program that has always boasted strong guard play, the Ridgewood High School girls’ basketball team will look to the inside for success as the 2012-13 season unfolds. The Lady Generals have five players who figure to have prominent roles who stand 5-foot-9 or taller, including a trio of 6-footers. The lone senior, Kelsey Miller stands at 6-1 and was a go-to player in the paint a year ago when she averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds per game on her way to earning second team all-district laurels. “Kelsey worked so hard since last year,” said Patterson. “She was playing AAU ball and was in the gym whenever she could get in to shoot. I’ve never had a girl work as hard as she has and to be so dedicated to becoming a good ball player has rubbed off on the other players.” Another returning starter, 6-foot junior Laura Frazee, contributed eight points and eight rebounds. She was an all-district selection a year ago. The remaining three positions have been vacated via graduation, including All-Ohioan Kayla Tedrick and her 1,149 career points, point guard Alayna Wright, wing player Ali Lusk, and top reserve Roxanne Thursby. “They were the key to our success,” said Patterson. “They knew what they had to do and went in and did a good job.” That class led the way to a 15-8 record and Ridgewood’s first sectional tournament title since 1985 before falling 41-39 to West Muskingum in the district semifinal at Steubenville High School. “We’re going to be a completely different team than we’ve ever been before,” Patterson said. “We’ve always ran a lot of motion stuff with our guards and we’re not going to be a pressing team. “It’s going to be a slower-paced game than in the past. We’re just going to try to get it down to our post players. Everybody can handle the ball and I believe that with size, if teams are going to beat us, they’ll have to do it from the outside.” Hoping to fulfill the roles left open will be 5-11 junior Emily McCoy, 5-9 junior Erica Olinger, 5-7 guard Brittany Guilliams, 6-foot sophomore Amanda Lowery, and 5-4 guard Baylee Haynes. McCoy and Lowery will be looked upon to rebound and defend while Olinger, Guilliams and Haynes have been working hard to solidify the guard position. Guilliams is the only non-letter winner among the group, but will be vying for one this season. “We have always had solid guards, and these girls are working hard to continue that tradition,” Patterson said. “I can see lots of improvement since we started. They’re stepping up and they know their role.” Others who may end up in the rotation are a trio of freshmen, including 6-1 Kaitlyn Finton, 5-3 Morgan McDorman and 5-2 Kayla Sharier. Patterson sees Hiland as the favorite to win the Inter-Valley Conference, but also expects Strasburg, Garaway, and his Lady Generals to be in the hunt. “The kids are excited,” Patterson said. “They know that after 27 years, we finally won our sectional and their goal is to go a little further and maybe make it to the district championship. That has us geared up. “I’ve liked all of our teams, but this one I think will impress some people. I’m really confident in this team. They work really hard and they want to be successful.” The Lady Generals will begin the season on Wednesday, Nov. 28 as they host Sandy Valley and will then host River View on Saturday, Dec. 1.

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Black Bears promises to deliver bigger and better team BY JIM BARSTOW

WARSAW - Fundamentally, Jason Trout must certainly believe that coaching is teaching and teaching is learning. That’s why players on his River View High School boys’ basketball team can either find themselves in one of two places. On one hand, players may be on the court running wind sprints, practicing free throws or perfecting their defensive tactics. Or, they could wind up sitting behind an eight-foot folding table with a text book, homework papers, and practicing teammates in front of them. Call it Basketball 101 or whatever you want, Trout believes the end result will translate into a bigger, better and smarter program and send a strong message that the classroom doesn’t end when you walk into Luther Stover Memorial Gymnasium. “Things are going pretty well so far,” said Trout, now in his second year as head coach. “I’m happy with the effort, but when it comes to everyone understanding all of our expectations, it never ceases to amaze me because I just read off their grades.” That meant that the study table near the gymnasium doors was occupied as practice got underway. All things aside, Trout is pleased with the progression of his players and the program. “The interest level is back up and the kids are excited about it again. I think we’re starting to turn it into something that people want to be a part of again.” Some of the excitement was generated by successes in athletics during the fall sports season, one of which was the 5-5 record compiled by the football season. “(Assistant Principal) Matt Colvin has always said that football season sets the tone for the whole school year and in general, expectations around athletics are high.” Gone from the program are the 32 points per game put up by district player of the year Michael Adams as well as intangibles Jason Hammond and Daniel Gwinn. “We’re really going to miss guys like that,” Trout said. Returning are a few seniors, led by 5-foot-10 point guard Hunter Winegar. “Hunter has definitely become our leader in the locker room and on the floor,” Trout said. “He’s almost become like a third or fourth coach. He’s developed into a great kid and others look up to him, respect him, and listen to him. “They know he’s been around for four years and has played a significant role in helping get this thing turned around.” Wineger has defined himself as the team’s top clutch scoring threat.

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Date Time Dec. 1 East Knox A 6PM Dec. 4 Peoples Baptist Ac. H 6PM Dec. 7 New Philadelphia A 6PM Dec. 8 Harrison Central H 6PM Dec. 11 Meadowbrook H 6PM Dec. 14 Coshocton A 6PM Dec. 15 Danville H 6PM Dec. 18 Rosecrans A 6PM Dec. 21 Claymont H 6PM Dec. 29 Maysville A 6PM Jan. 4 Dover H 6PM Jan. 8 West Holmes H 6PM Jan. 11 Cambridge A 6PM Jan. 15 Ridgewood A 7:30PM Jan. 18 Zanesville H 6PM Jan. 19 Philo H 6PM Jan. 25 Meadowbrook A 6PM Jan. 29 Claymont A 6PM Feb. 1 Rosecrans H 6PM Feb. 8 Marietta A 6PM Feb. 12 Newcomerstown A 6PM Feb. 15 Coshocton H 6PM

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Date Time Dec. 1 Ridgewood A 6PM Dec. 5 Garaway A 6PM Dec. 8 New Philadelphia H 1PM Dec. 12 Utica A 6PM Dec. 13 Danville (Varsity Only) A 7PM Dec. 15 Coshocton H 12PM Dec. 19 Rosecrans H 6PM Dec. 22 Claymont A 1PM Dec. 27 Meadowbrook A 6PM Jan. 5 Dover A 1PM Jan. 7 West Holmes H 6PM Jan. 9 Cambridge H 6PM Jan. 16 East Knox H 6PM Jan. 19 Zanesville A 1PM Jan. 21 West Muskingum Invite A 8PM Jan. 23 Meadowbrook H 6PM Jan. 26 Claymont H 1PM Jan. 30 Tri-Valley H 6PM Feb. 2 Rosecrans A 1PM Feb. 6 Marietta H 6PM Feb. 9 Coshocton A 1PM

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WARSAW – Often, it’s the unsung heroes who are missed most when they are no longer around. And while River View High School girls’ basketball coach Kevin Smith understands that graduation is always going to be a part of the equation, he cannot help but lament his most recent loss. Not the tallest, fastest or most gifted, what Peyton Stipes did for the Lady Bears during last year’s 15-8 campaign is immeasurable. “A lot of people don’t realize how valuable Peyton was,” said Smith, now in his fourth season at the helm. “She didn’t light up the stat sheets but all the ball handling and pressure defense she did for us, we’re going to have to find two people to replace her.” Stipes was the only player River View lost through graduation. Indeed, yet another search for a point guard became the task at hand as River View hopes to take another positive step in both the East Central Ohio League and the OHSAA postseason tournament. Smith actually didn’t have to look very far for a viable backcourt quarterback alternative. Back seeking her third varsity letter is 6-foot guard/forward Andi Daugherty. An all-Ohio honorable mention player last season, in a demonstration of her versatility, Daugherty will be returning to a role she fulfilled in her first year of varsity ball. “As a freshman, she had to handle the point and she’s having to do it again this year,” Smith said. “She’s just going to get things started for us.” From there, experience is on the Lady Bears’ side. The team’s top scorer, Daugherty is just one of four starters who return, including All-ECOL performer Sam Ringwalt, a 5-9 junior; and off-guards Justine Moran at 5-9, and Sami Straits at 5-7, two of just three seniors on the squad. The third, 6-foot guard Katie Daugherty, earned significant minutes off the bench last year. That leaves room for emerging players to try for the other three or four spots in what Smith needs to accomplish his goal of at least an eight-player rotation. “We feel pretty confident with the five we have returning,” Smith said. “It’s just a matter of piecing the other players into spots. “There are some other younger players who we’re working with who could step into key roles as the season progresses. We have pretty high expectations for ourselves to build on what we had last year with what we have.” Juniors hoping to add to the mix are Lindsay Lupher, a 5-9 post, and Bailey Moore, a 5-6 guard. Also battling for playing time are Cassidy Hunter, a 5-7 guard, and Ashley Stewart, a 5-6 guard.

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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.

Holiday Celebration. The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is having a Holiday Celebration on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Sports Zone located at 119 N. 3rd Street in Coshocton. Let’s kickoff the holiday season with a final

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party of the PPMS! We ask that you bring a $10 gift for a Lucky Chance exchange. We’re ordering from the menu, and the PPMS will pay for the MSer’s meal. Please attend along with your kids and your personal MS support folks. For more information and to RSVP, which is required, call Angie at 5022540 or Cj at 824-4370. If you would rather, email them at PositivePurposeMS@yahoo.com. Join us for a fun filled afternoon at the Holiday Celebration for the PPMS! This group is sponsored by the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation at 1-800-225-6495.

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.

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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.

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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. Check back next week for the library’s December’s calendar of events.

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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!

86+ Acres * Lafayette Township * Coshocton County Ridgewood SD * Flat Vacant Land * Potential Building Sites Oil/Gas Rights w/ No Current or Active Leases * Oil/Gas Rights Offered Separate * Simulcast Online Bidding Available This auction consists of 86 + acres of productive Coshocton County farm land. With a considerable amount of road frontage on SR 93 and TR 155, this property is conducive to good crops and has currently been planted in corn. With commodity prices at record highs, now is the time to buy some prime tillable acreage. We will be offering this property in 7 parcels ranging in size from 5.75 acres up to 29 acres. Several of these parcels are probable building sites. The oil and gas rights appear to have no active or current leases and will be offered separately. Real Estate will be sold at 12 noon TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing in approximately 45 days. No Contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Buyer must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey and ODOT access preapprovals. Property will be offered in parcels and combinations. Announcements day of sale will take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Simulcast bidding will be available for the real estate portion only, visit our website or contact an agent for registration, additional information, maps and brochures. www.kaufmanrealty.com LEGAL: Parcel numbers are 180000027100-18000027200 & 180000027300 located in Lafayette Township of Coshocton County and the Ridgewood LSD. ANTIQUES-COLL.-MISC.; 75+ pcs. of Jones enamelware (many new in box) –Misc. local ad pcs. including Shaw Barton - lg cast iron kettle – lg iron wheel – C.I. bell - several stoneware jugs – patriotic decanter set - 4 milk cans – lg round bell (possible trolley car bell) – vintage jewelry & ladies belt buckles – pitcher & bowl sets – plates and misc. glassware - pocket knives – straight razors – 2 Pennzoil fuel cans – vintage straw hats – bull whip – Tom Mix big little book – Road Closed sign – fishing rod & reel – books – misc not listed NOTE; This productive farm land has been in the Kirkpatrick family for more than a century, and will be offered for public auction at 12 noon. Please visit our website for pictures and parcel breakdown. www. kaufmanrealty.com or call Terry Stanford with any questions 330-4170004. LUNCH STAND BY: Calvary Methodist Youth Fellowship SALE BY ORDER OF: Shirley Kirkpatrick

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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.

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REAL ESTATE - 14 ACRES What an opportunity this property offers. Features a 2 story, 3 bedroom home with updated kitchen and bath. High efficiency furnace, 200 amp service. Fireplace in living room, home is vinyl sided for low maintenance. Well & septic, some fenced area for horses or livestock. Total acreage is 14.349 and any mineral rights owned transfer. OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUN. NOV. 25 1-3PM Sells subject to confirmation of owner. Come prepared to buy. Terms: $2,000.00 Earnest money deposit day of auction. Balance & possession at closing approx. 45 days. No contingencies, all inspections to be completed before Auction Day. Owner: Fiest Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer

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Thursday, Nov. 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.

Location: 21281 State Route 93, West Lafayette, OH 43845. From SR 36 east of Coshocton take SR 93 south through West Lafayette to location. Approximately 3/4th mile south of the West Lafayette Library, watch for signs.

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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.

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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.

Wednesday, Nov. 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.

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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.

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River View Boys Basketball Trout expects the rest of the rotation to consist of John Rice, Dylan Watters, Tyler Triplett, Bink Burley, John Dart and Matt Brillhart. A 5-8 guard, Burley returns to the court after having not played since junior high and is the team’s only other senior who will see significant playing time. “He’s really athletic. He’s fast and jumps well, but we’re still working to bring back the feel of the basketball to him.” Another senior is Swiss exchange student Antione Kovaliv, but he will likely only see junior varsity playing time.

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Rice missed the majority of his sophomore season due to a broken foot, but he returns to provide a strong one-two punch in the paint with true post player Tyler Triplett. The pair of juniors both stand 6-foot-3, but possesses different types of skill sets that will benefit the Black Bears in terms of mismatches. “John is very athletic and is both an inside and outside threat and Tyler is a big kid who is coming off a great year in football and is somebody we’re really excited about the next couple years.” Another key contributor is 6-4 junior Corey Miller. Having started on the varsity since his freshman year, Miller will move from the post to the wing. “His experience as a starter for three years is something none of our players have,” Trout said. Watters, a 5-8 sophomore, saw extended playing time as a freshman and Trout has designated him as the starting point guard.

“We expect him to run the show for us and he has done a great job in practice so far,” Trout said. Beyond the top five, others expected to be in the mix are sophomore James Craycraft and freshmen John Dart and Matt Brillhart. “I anticipate that we will have eight solid players in the rotation who will play every night,” Trout said. “I would like to have more depth than that, but I’m happy with these guys. They go out and hold their own.” Trout truly believes his team will be able to improve upon their 3-18 season of a year ago. “This year, the core of our team is a little bit younger, but I think we can take the next step,” he said. “Last year, we kind of got people’s attention and now we need to go to the next level and really complete. “We want to be the team that others circle on their schedule and say ‘that’s the game we need to get.’”

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Sophomore Jesse Gibson, a 5-10 post, leads a solid class of sophomores. Also at 5-10 is guardforward Kristi McFarland while post Rebecca Douglass is 5-9 and guard Heather Maxwell is 5-7. (By Riverside Towers Apartments) Freshman Cassidy Whiteus, a 5-4 guard, has also drawn Smith’s attention. Providing Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale Since 1972 “We started this summer working on developing guard play,” Smith said. “We’re playing kids there now who wouldn’t necessarily be guards on other teams but they’re working hard and trying 0011_112812 to do everything we ask of them.” “We should be as big or bigger than most teams we play and have 1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton to use that as one of our strengths. And now that we are practically all 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 juniors and seniors and have that experience will hopefully help us in some www.jeffdrennen.com games.” OFFERS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 2012 In coming up shy on last year’s expectations, the Lady Bears finished second behind Zanesville Rosecrans in the ECOL Grey Division and fell to West Holmes in the sectional final. OIL CHANGE “Rosecrans has everybody back and at tournament time, you still UP TO 5 have to go through West Holmes. That road still looks the same but the QUARTS AND STICK WITH THE body of work to get there is we want to win a few more games this year TIRE ROTATION SPECIALISTS! than last year to increase our chances even more. “Leadership on the floor will be key and a lot is going to depend on $ team chemistry. Even though we only lost one player, we’ve not developed Diesel and Synthetic Slightly Higher ANY SERVICE that yet and that’s valuable on all great teams.” 65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton • 740-622-8811

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The Owner will offer certain personal property for sale at public auction on Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the self storage facility at 200 Church Street, Conesville, OH 43811. As a result of non-payment of the Renter’s account, the Owner, AB Rentals LLC, (PO Box 204 Conesville) NOTICE OF SALE has authority by legal proBY AUCTION cedure to sell the following at public auction. PerThe Owner will offer cer- sonal property located in tain personal property for storage unit. Contents in sale at public auction on storage unit are unknown. Saturday, December 15, Last known address of 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Renter: self storage facility at 71 Scott McCoy Vine Street, Coshocton, 552 Wilson Avenue & Ohio 43812. As a result 18226 County Road 6 of non-payment of the Coshocton, OH 43812 Renter’s account, the Owner, AB Rentals LLC EXERCISE (PO Box 24 Conesville) EQUIPMENT has authority by legal procedure to sell the follow- NORDIC TRACK E7, ing at public auction. Per- SMALL SD ELLIPTIsonal Property located in CAL. PAID $600, ASKstorage unit. Contents in ING $300. LIKE NEW, storage unit are unknown. LIGHTLY USED. 2 Last known address of YEARS OLD. 740-829Renter: 2879 Jesse Davis 480 Larkin Akron, OH 44305

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