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LIGHT HAS COME The nearly 100 voices of the Coshocton Community Choir sang out in triumphant voice on Sunday, Dec. 2, during the annual presentation of their Christmas Concert. This year’s program was entitled “Light Has Come”, and was performed twice on Sunday. The 3 p.m. concert was performed in front of 800. A second performance was held at 7:30 p.m. The Coshocton Children’s Choir and the Coshocton Youth Chorale also sang during the concert. The Coshocton Community Choir is directed by Mr. Charles R. Snyder. For more photos visit our website at www. coshoctonbeacontoday.com BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE


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Shayna Boyer was destined to be a hunter. “My family all hunts,” said the 10-year-old. Boyer, who has hunted deer with a bow and a gun, got her first kill about three weeks ago. “I shot a doe,” she said. “It was pretty cool.” Boyer has been hunting for three years and was with her Dad when she got the doe. “It’s fun to watch where the deer go and shoot your bow and arrow,” she said. Tea’ Boyer, Shayna’s 15-year-old sister also is a hunter. “I’ve been hunting for a long time,” Tea’ said. “There is always fresh meat with our family.” She got her first deer three years ago and last year got two. “I’m still working on getting one this year,” Tea’ said. “I like getting out in the woods and the adrenaline rush you feel when you see something.” She likes hunting with a bow and a gun.

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“They both have their pros and cons,” Tea’ said. “I think bow hunting is more difficult but it’s also fun.” Tea’ and Shayna were planning on going hunting on the first day of deer gun season, which ran Nov. 26 – Dec. 2. Hunters also will be able to hunt deer with their guns on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 15-16. According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), roughly 420,000 hunters were expected to participate in the season and many of them came to Coshocton County to look for their deer. “We are very blessed to be one of the best counties in the state of Ohio for deer hunting,” said Amy Stockdale, director of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce. “Locally people come out for this sport and so do people from all over the country. It impacts our hotels, campgrounds, restaurants and even gas stations. It’s also not just during the week of gun season that people are coming here. For several months people come into the county to deer hunt.” Stockdale also has heard that hunters are bringing their wives along. “Their wives are here spending money and that helps our economy out and so does them going out to dinner,” she said. “Some well-know hunting outfits also are coming into the county to take groups of hunters out.” ODNR lists Ohio as ranking, “eighth nationally in annual hunting-related sales and 10th in the number of jobs associated with hunting-related industries. Hunting has an $859 million economic impact in Ohio through the sale of equipment, fuel, food, lodging and more.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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it was drizzling and ou could have found overcast outside, the many things to do mood inside McKinley in Coshocton County Auditorium was festive. this past weekend. And Accompanied by a bell many of those were held choir, musicians, the outdoors on what was Coshocton Children’s thankfully a somewhat Choir and the Coshocton balmy weekend for this Youth Chorale, the 200 time of year. voices of the Coshocton Perhaps you Community Choir, enjoyed the West directed by Mr. Charles Lafayette Christmas MARK FORTUNE R. Snyder once again Parade with all its magic, or were entertained by the carolers. proved that they can top previous performances. I am not sure how Nice idea there. The annual Christmas candle they manage to do that year after lightings at Roscoe Village provide year, and concert after concert, but an early glimpse into the spirit of they do. And the result is nothing the holiday’s for many. Families short of magnificent. What a with youngsters are plentiful as the tremendous positive contribution this glowing faces alight with smiles group makes to our community. The when they get to light their candle hours and hours of rehearsals bring from a family member or even a a flawless performance to fruition. stranger. This past weekend saw the Thank you. first of three candle lightings with It certainly takes a lot of people to the River View certified gold chorale make this happen and many of those entertaining the crowd with holiday are behind the scenes. Thank you for favorites. As people sipped on warm what you do. This would certainly cider, Roscoe Village historian include the volunteers of Coshocton Chris Hart gave some insight into County R.E.A.C.T., who were at the meaning of this annual tradition. several events this past weekend Tom Thompson from WTNS Radio safely directing traffic. Thank you to was the honorary candle lighter and these wonderful volunteers. shared stories with the audience We have to venture down the about Christmas as a youth, parent sports road at least once per column. and now as a grandparent. John Bunn Prediction anyone, on the BCS of NewPointe Community Church Championship Game? Alabama or gave the invocation. Notre Dame? Most seem to think that The Coshocton Community it will be Alabama but I would never Choir presented what I believe count out the Irish. The Browns? is one of their finest Christmas Wow. This is a nice surprise, a really concert performances. Lively nice surprise. music, wonderful narration and an That’s it for this week. Enjoy the appreciative audience helped bring weather. And watch out for that cliff. a feeling of warmth and sunshine on It is getting closer. a gloomy Sunday afternoon. While

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we can prove which dogs did it we can sue the owners,” Dreher said. Curtis praised Dreher for being on top of the issue. “Rusty is really good at going out on calls like this right away,” Curtis said. Dreher cannot say for certain which dogs in the area killed the rabbits but he did find two in the neighborhood who don’t have tags and charged their owner for that violation. The following reports from the Dog Warden also were received during the meeting. - The Warden’s report for the week ending Nov. 20, stated that 11 dogs were picked up by the Warden, four dogs were brought in as strays, two citations were issued, 17 calls handled, one license sold, two dogs redeemed, one dog per owner surrendered, $5 in boarding fees collected for a total of $92 in fees collected. - The report for the week ending Nov. 27, stated that 10 dogs were picked up by the Warden, five dogs brought in as strays, six dogs destroyed, two citations issued, 26 calls handled, nine licenses sold, two late fees paid, five dogs sold, four dogs redeemed, one dog per owner surrendered, $10 in boarding fees collected for a total of $327 in fees collected. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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in Baltic. “We really need deer,” said Thompson. “All people have to do is get to those process places while they’re open, and we also need money.” There are more than 30 FHFH chapters in Ohio. More than 250 deer are expected to be donated at the local chapter this year. FHFH takes meat and monetary donations all year around. Processers can refuse meat that is not in good condition and no road kill will be taken. To learn more about FHFH, visit their website at fhfh.org or contact Dewey Thompson at 623-0859. Contributions may be mailed to Dewey Thompson, 218 Cambridge Rd, Coshocton, OH 43812. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON - When you’re out hunting this season, consider donating your deer to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH). The FHFH program is a Christian-mission program that provides the processing fees when local hunters donate their deer to program. Once the meat is processed, it is then used to feed the hungry at local food banks. “Protein is a huge problem at food banks,” said Dewey Thompson, county coordinator for Coshocton, Tuscarawas and Knox counties. “They get a lot of dated foods like fruits, vegetables, and dry goods. The price of protein is pretty intense and you don’t get a lot of people donating meat.” Founder Rick Wilson started the program when he saw a young, single mother on the side of the road trying to feed her family with a road kill deer. Wilson knew that families were struggling to survive and that with the limited supply of protein at food pantries, he felt led to do something about it. “He’s a great Christian guy and really took a leap of faith starting this program,” said Thompson. For those who are not hunters, the program also accepts domestic meats like cows and rabbits for food. “Domestic meats are going to come into play with us,” said Thompson. “I’m going to do a lot more next year with the Junior Fair bidders on donating their animal.” Monetary donations are also greatly appreciated. Every dollar donated is used for the program and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has also made a pledge to match every dollar raised. All monetary donations are tax deductible. Donations are used to pay deer processing fees and there is absolutely no charge to any food bank, church, or other organization to process the meat. Deer and other meats can be donated to Olde Village Meats at 175 S. State Street in Frazeysburg, Quick Cut Deer Processing at 13980 Sycamore Rd in Mt. Vernon, Young’s Locker Service, Inc. on State Road 514 in Danville, or Baltic Country Meats at 3457 SR 93

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December 5th, 1952 The swing-teens at Coshocton High School were making quite a name for themselves in the area. The group started in 1951 with just two students, Jim Porter and Ron Zaugg, practicing music together. Later, they added a saxophone, drums, and a piano. During the summer of 1952, they played on the Ron Glosser’s radio show and at the Youth Center several times. After school started, they added more to their orchestra and now had a nine-piece band. Since then, they had played several more times at the Youth Center and at the Y-Teen’s Halloween Hop. They also planned to at dances after basketball games.

1962

December 10th, 1962 The Coshocton medical profession had lost a great leader and colleague, dean of the Coshocton County medical profession, Dr. James G. Smailes. Smailes lost his battle with heart disease after a two-week illness. ‘Doctor Jim’ as he was affectionately called by his patients, was not only active as a practicing doctor, but was also a leader in the community. Before becoming a doctor, Smailes taught school for 10 years and became principal of Conesville. He entered medical school in 1909, graduating in 1913, and became a volunteer in the First World War where he was a first lieutenant in the U.S. Medical Corps. He was also a charter member of Kiwanis and involved in countless community organizations.

1972

December 10th, 1972 Assistant Superintendent Ronald Cramblett was presenting his tenth annual Christmas Star program at the Coshocton Middle School. Using the Spitz A3-P projector, Cramblett would take viewers back to the night in Bethlehem, astronomically explaining the mysterious Christmas star. The planetarium used for the program was housed at the middle school and consisted of a 24-foot dome, reaching 19 feet at the zenith, seating 60 people. The stars of the night were projected on the dome by the Spitz A3-P with star groups represented in complete authenticity. The program included a narrative of the techniques used by researchers who had studied the star of Bethlehem in the past.

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December 11th, 1982 Baking 12-15 cakes a week was nothing unusual for Cheryl Gano, who in the last two years, had made a thriving business of cakes and candies. Whether it’s a glamorous wedding cake, some homemade Easter candy, or a Christmas cake for a gift, Cheryl was always busy in the kitchen. She credited much of her love of baking to her mother who always made cookies and even homemade potato chips. She said that once her mother retired, they planned to open a bake shop together. Cheryl also credited her husband, Lonnie, who helped her with wedding cake deliveries and set up. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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WARSAW - Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center will be having their 11th annual auction Saturday, Dec. 8 at the River View High School. Doors open at 4 p.m. and the auction begins at 5 p.m. Such a wide array of items have been donated to the auction this year, everything from Annin flags, handmade furniture, a wide variety of quality-brand tools, merchandise from many local businesses, themed gift baskets, travel packages from surrounding counties, and two certificates to participate in a concealed carry class. “Everyone in the group feels like this is going to be one of our biggest auctions yet,” said Tom Roahrig of Higher Hopes. “I’m really looking forward to a big auction.” In addition to the auction, there will also be a silent auction and a cake auction. The auctioneers for the event will be Jim Nelson and Wayne Yoder. “Jim’s been with us since the first item was sold,” said Roahrig. “We’re in our 11th year and he’s been with us since the beginning. He’s one of the key instigators who’s got this thing as far as it’s gone.” Yoder has connections in Amish country and has been gathering donations from the Amish in Sugarcreek. “He’s a heck of an auctioneer and he’s young, so he’ll bring in some younger people,” said Roahrig. “We can’t expect the same people to do this year after year, and we have to pass the torch.” There will also be a wide-range of toys available for sale at the auction. Those who purchase toys are encouraged to donate them to the Higher Hopes Country Christmas program. Those toys will then be given to children with special needs throughout Coshocton and surrounding counties. River View FFA sponsors the event and will have extra fruit from their recent fruit sale up for auction. “Without River View FFA and the Vocational Agriculture program, we couldn’t even have an auction,” said Roahrig. “Everyone at River View works so well with us and makes it easier for us to do this.” All of the money raised at the auction will be used to help keep the Higher Hopes program alive. The money will go toward maintaining and feeding the horses, and maintaining and buying new equipment or activities for children to use at Higher Hopes. “We want to make sure the people are benefiting from the program in a safe manner,” said Roahrig. “We want to buy new equipment to make sure everyone is safe. Safety is our number one goal.” There is a charge to participate at Higher Hopes, but Roahrig said that no one is turned away because of their inability to pay. This fee is also used to maintain horses and equipment and is not used for any payroll. All the staff at Higher Hopes is volunteer only. “Coshocton is a little hesitant at first, but once you do what you say you’re going to do, they jump right on,” said Roahrig. “(The auction) is a social event, too. We turn all the tables so you’re looking at the auctioneer and it gives them a place to sit their stuff, relax, eat, and be comfortable.

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(Coach Patterson) has me outside this year like in a two or three spot. I like that too, getting to step out and shoot a little bit.” Miller will be majoring in accounting at Notre Dame, and is not sure what she may minor in. She said that with regards to this year, “I’m glad that I have the group of girls I have to play with as a senior. I feel like everyone will step up and play when we get Ridgewood going. I’m looking RIDGEWOOD SENIOR MILLER SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT High School senior Kelsey Miller signed her letter of intent to play basketball at forward most to Notre Dame College of Ohio on Monday in the school library. Miller, at 6’ 1”, is a playing Hiland. One of four year letterman at Ridgewood and earned All Ohio Special Mention last year. our former players left She has 499 career points and 467 rebounds at Ridgewood through her junior year. us to go up and play at Pictured are dad, Mike Miller, Kelsey, mom Kim Moore and stepdad Mike Moore. Hiland so that is some BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE competition there.” are excited! When I saw her pick up a basketball, Miller said she wants to thank, “My mom and dad mostly and she is gifted. God gifted her in athletics. great help from my stepdad. And of course a lot Everything she picks up she can do athletically. of help from Coach Patterson, he really, really Study, work hard and work some more. Know pushed me to this point. He is always there for the plays, study defense, know the plays,” said me, to encourage me to do my best. He yelled at Kim about getting to the next level.” me a lot, and just that really encouraged me even Coach Doug Patterson commented, “This is my first one to play at the college level and this more. He really helped me out a lot.” Kelsey said, “I want to thank the seniors that is my 10th year at varsity. I’m just so excited graduated last year, and previous years. They for her, and our program to see what she was really helped me out a lot. They showed me able to do and keep on playing ball at the college what it was to be a real player.” Talking about level. She’s a leader, to her class, her team, her this year’s team, Kelsey said, “They’re a great friends and community. Notre Dame is fortunate group of girls and I’m glad I get to play with to have someone like her.” MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM them.” Miller’s mom, Kim Moore, said, “I’m ecstatic. It’s a thrill to see her, knowing where she’s going to go. Watching her grow up starting at 7 years old in Upwards Basketball, little did we know. To know that little girl is now 6’ 1” and is going to go play college basketball. We CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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WEST LAFAYETTE - The Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. College Access Program is sponsoring a college financial aid workshop at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Ridgewood High School. The program will be held during the school’s parent teacher conference night in the media center. The different types of financial aid available to students and parents and the application process will be the focus of the program. Both parents and students in Coshocton County are welcome to attend.


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ultimate goal.” K e e s e e will be majoring in biology with hopes of becoming an optometrist. Zak said, “I just want to thank everyone for the hard work they’ve given me and all of the motivation that has helped me. I could not have done this by myself. There are a lot of people that have helped me get to where I am today.” Mom Traci RIDGEWOOD SENIOR KEESEE SIGNS WITH DAVIS & ELKINS COLLEGE said, “It feels SENATORS Ridgewood senior Zachary (Zak) Keesee signed his letter of intent wonderful. It feels to play baseball at the collegiate level for the Senators during a ceremony held in really good and I’m the high school library on Monday, Nov. 19 with coaches, parents and students glad it’s over for him. looking on. Keesee will be playing at the same college as his brother. Keesee, It was very stressful who batted .351 for the Generals in 2011, was named to the first team Inter-Valley Conference the same year. He is a four year letterman in baseball, cross country for him having so and basketball, and a two time IVC selection in cross country and hoops. Zak is many schools calling pictured here signing his letter of intent with dad Alan and mom, Traci watching. and having to make that decision. He made BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE the decision that is right for him. I’ll miss WEST LAFAYETTE - Ridgewood General his teammates, I think watching the players senior Zachary (Zak) Keesee signed his letter of on Ridgewood’s team and Coach Slusser, just intent to play baseball at the collegiate level for watching them grow together. They have good the Davis & Elkins College Senators in Elkins, friendships, I’ll miss the boys.” W.Va. The 6’3”right hander will be playing at Dad Alan said, “I’m just excited. This is the same college as his older brother. another good day for Ridgewood athletics. This Keesee said about the signing, “It feels one has double meaning because it happens to really, really good. I just love playing every day, be my own son and for him to follow in the its fun. It’s a lot of work but the games are just footsteps of his older brother not only as a college fun. There’s nothing else I would rather do on a baseball player but going to the same school we summer day than go play baseball.” Zak said he has been playing baseball, “Ever since I can remember. It’s my true love.” “This year, I’m just looking forward to going out and competing. In my career we lost in the district championship my freshman and sophomore year. Last year we got upset in the sectionals so hopefully this year we can get over the hump and get to the regionals. That is our

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our product,” he said. Mobley also provided an opportunity in the spring for concerned citizens to learn about the precautions his company has built in to make sure their water source remains safe. “In the spring we held an open house for the community at the Career Center and offered baseline testing of water wells,” he said. “We had 50 people drop by and 12 takes us up on the water analyzes.” Buckeye Brine took its first barrel of waste in July and has not experience any major safety issues. “Ohio’s injection well track record is perfect,” Mobley said. He hopes his company will help attract other oilfield businesses to the area and he already has started giving back to the community with donations that helped United Way, the Hot Air Balloon Festival and the Coshocton County Fair. “It’s real, real good to be in business in Coshocton County,” Mobley said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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and running he’s more than happy to be in the county. Mobley was the guest speaker at November’s Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Breakfast, which was held Nov. 28, at Roberta’s Catering. Buckeye Brine, off US 36 on Airport Road, is a disposal well facility for the waste fluids that come from the Utica Shale drilling. The land the facility was built on is owned by local resident Rodney Adams, who manages daily operations. “He’s a career oil field guy who understands the business,” Mobley said. Mobley explained to attendees that disposal wells have been in use since the 1930s and that his family has been in the oil field business since the 1940s. “We sold out in 2007 and I took a rest from the energy business for a year before looking into a disposal facility that could serve the needs of Marcellus and Utica Shale wells,” he said. “An ideal spot would have been off the interstate between Cambridge and Wheeling but geology did not agree. Coshocton ended up having a balance with proximity to the market and good injection geology.” Disposal wells inject wastewater from drilling back into the ground well below any freshwater. The process is regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Mobley’s facility has built in precautions that go above and beyond the requirements. “The unloading area and every other spot that could handle fluids has concrete,” he said. “There is nowhere for it to run off. There also are concrete walls that can hold the maximum catastrophic spill if it ever happened. Underneath the concrete there also is another barrier with a plastic liner.” Mobley sees taking extra precautions as a competitive weapon. “The producer of the waste wants it to go to a safe place and waste is

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Redskins anticipate another BY JIM BARSTOW solid season

COSHOCTON - Coshocton High School wrestling coach Tim Ward believes that a good mix of veterans and newcomers will translate into another successful season on the mat. “We have nine returning lettermen which will be mixed up through the middle weights to the heavy weights,” Ward said. “Add that to our freshmen and I hope to turn some heads in the East Central Ohio League.” Returning lettermen that Ward is counting upon for leadership include senior Nathan Smith who wrestled in the 170-pound weight class last year and was one win away at the district in Heath from going to state. Finishing with a 22-5 overall record, Smith captured a pair of tournament championships a year ago including one at Smithville and another at the StitchCo Classic hosted by the Redskins. Unfortunately, Smith is out of action with a jaw injury right now. “We hope we can get him back by the first of the year,” Ward said. Senior Mark Leply is also back after compiling a 25-11 mark while sophomore Dom Johns is also coming off a strong season as he was 19-13 at 152. “(Dom) had a great season as a freshman,” Ward said. One of Johns’ defining moments came when he nearly pinned Shadyside’s Josh Quinn, a 160-pounder who ended up placing at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state meet. Others who return include junior district qualifier Colton Jordan at 113 pounds. He finished with a 23-20 record. Hoping to advance in the tournament season this year are junior Josh Ackley (10-20), junior Micha Demoss (5-20), junior Tyler Gentile (2-20), sophomore Paul Kinard (16-16) and sophomore Harley Powers. Incoming freshmen include Tanner Ward, Brennen Alverson and Jeremy Bresciani, all who were two-time junior high state qualifiers, as well as Kyle Bergeron, a one-time state qualifier. “The freshmen group is large and only lost one dual meet in the last two years,” said Ward. “We are young and working hard twice a day to get better.” The Redskins’ biggest loss through graduation was state qualifier Jacob Bresciani, who plans on walking on the Ohio State University team this coming Jan. 7. “We are going to be in shape and if you take the match into the third period anything can happen, but it might take a little time with some of our wrestlers.” With the likes of Claymont, New Philadelphia and River View, the battle for ECOL supremacy should be very competitive. “The ECOL is as tough as any league in the state,” Ward said. “We have to have the right attitude come the end of the season when it matters. “Right now we are just working on daily attitudes and demons that stand in our way but we will battle until the end of each and every match.”

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Date Opponent Place Time Dec. 5 Tri-Meet at Meadowbrook 6 pm (CHS,In.Valley,Meadowbrook) Dec. 7 WIT Invite at Smithville 4:30 pm Dec. 8 WIT Invite at Smithville 11 am Dec. 19 Tri-Meet at Wooster 6 pm (CHS,Norway,Wooster) Dec. 20 County Tri at Ridgewood 6 pm (CHS,RV,RW) Dec. 29 Cardington Duals at Cardington HS 10 am Jan. 4 Stitchco Classic Coshocton HS 4 pm Jan. 5 Stitchco Classic Coshocton HS 10 am Jan. 11 Marion Invite at Marion tba Jan. 19 Husky Invite at West Salem 10 am Jan. 24 Tri-Meet at Granville 6 pm (CHS,John Glenn,Granville) Jan. 26 Tri-Meet at Tusky Valley tba (CHS,Heath,Tusky Valley) Feb. 2 ECOL Championships at New Phila 10 am Feb. 9 Sectionals

Community Thanksgiving dinner held at CHS COSHOCTON – More than 600 people enjoyed the ninth annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner hosted by Coshocton High School Nov. 20, in the school cafeteria. “We had 26 turkeys and there was only half a turkey left when we stopped serving at 7 p.m.,” said Cathy Waibel, who organizes the dinner. A traditional holiday meal was served by CHS students in three shifts from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and takeout orders also were available. Shuttle buses ran to pick up those in need and entertainment was provided by the CHS music department and drama club. Donations from the community also helped make the dinner a success.

“We get fantastic community support,” Waibel said. “I use no tax payer money. Everything is donated by the community. This year I even got told by a lot of places that if I needed anything else to give them a call. I’ve gotten that in the past, but this year it was excellent.” In addition to help from CHS students, Waibel also had her Boy Scout Troop 403 volunteer. “They did my cleaning and every year they get praised for it,” she said. “The janitor said the cafeteria was cleaner than it’s been all year. I make sure they do their job because they know if they don’t I’ll make them do it over again.” A total of 650 enjoyed the meal. Reservations were made in advance by 519 and the rest were

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walk-ins. “We plan for 600,” Waibel said. “Everyone got fed, but toward the end you might not have gotten stuffing or green beans.” Waibel and the school are already making plans for the 10th anniversary Thanksgiving Community Dinner to be held in 2013. “I get a sense of fullfillment from doing this,” she said. “It makes me feel proud that we can do something like this and the community supports it like they do. When you show up you are supporting the schools and that’s the biggest thing for me. The most important thing in a child’s life is their education.” JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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Date Time Dec. 8 Dover Invite at Dover HS 10 am Dec. 11 Tri-Meet Coshocton HS 6 pm (CHS,Northrdg.,Newark) Dec. 15 River Invite at River View 10 am Dec. 20 Dover Coshocton HS 6 pm Dec. 22 Lexington Coshocton HS 12 pm Dec. 27 Tri-Meet Coshocton HS 6 pm (CHS,Heath,Watkins Mem) Jan. 3 Tri-Meet Coshocton HS 6 pm (CHS,John Glen,Z-ville) Jan. 8 Tri-Meet at Rosecrans 6 pm (Tri-Valley,New Phila,CHS) Jan. 12 Coshocton Invite Coshocton HS 10 am Jan. 16 New Phila at New Phila 6 pm Jan. 19 ECOL Championships Coshocton HS 10 am Jan. 26 Mansfield Senior at Mansfield Senior 11 am Feb. 2 SEOSL Meet at SEOSL 10 am

CONESVILLE - A group of craft union workers decided to make a difference at AEP Conesville Plant on Friday, Nov. 30 by raising $708 in two and a half hours for the Christmas Castle Project sponsored by WTNS radio. People who donated were from Coshocton County, Cambridge, Canton, and Cleveland. The groups involved were Ironworkers Local Unions 549 and 550, Electricians Local Union 1105, Boilermakers Local Union 744, Operators Local Union 18, Pipefitters Local Union 495, Carpenters and Millwrights Local Unions 1090, and Laborers Local Union 134.

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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton High School boys swim team expects to remain competitive despite the fact that graduation losses over the past couple seasons has taken a toll. “The boys have been decimated by graduation the last two years,” said Coshocton coach Nat McColley. “Yet with a core with two of the best junior swimmers, a pair of talented freshmen, and a core of improving talent, we look to be very competitive in the East Central Ohio League this year.” Returning letterman Drew Smith is the lone senior on the squad and will compete in the 200-meter freestyle and the 100 backstroke. “Drew began as a sophomore and will be contributor this year,” McColley said. McColley is also expecting much of the leadership to come from the aforementioned juniors in Marc Smith and Alex Wheeler. Competing in the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke, Smith was league runner-up in the 100 back last year and finished fourth in the 200 free. “He made huge improvements over the summer and looks to be challenged for a championship in his individual events,” McColley said. Wheeler will swim the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly after finishing third in the ECOL in both events last year. “He is one of the most competitive swimmers on the team and challenges himself to improve every day,” McColley said. Juniors Nathan Lain and Jacob Blank are also going to be counted upon. A newcomer last season, Lain swims the 100 breaststroke and was able to earn his varsity letter while McColley says Blank also started the sport last season and found a spot swimming distance. “This year with a commitment to improving his physical fitness he hopes to put himself into scoring position at the ECOL Championship meet,” McColley said. Top newcomers on the squad include freshmen Bryce Phillibaum and Cody McVay. Versatile and experienced due to his involvement with the Rising Tide Aquatic club, Phillabaum will swim the butterfly, backstroke and freestyle while McVay will compete in the butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle. “Bryce’s ability to swim many strokes well will be an asset to the team this year, and as Cody continues to work hard and gain confidence in his abilities, he will be a contributor as we move to our championship season. His ability to also swim multiple strokes will also be an asset as we move through our dual meet season.” Other newcomers to the team include juniors Corbin Coffman, Isaiah Jackson, sophomores Brice Lillibridge and Mitchel Milliken, and freshmen Pranav Kotla, Gage Bosson and Kristjan Jones. The team opened the season with strong finishes on Nov. 27, defeating Orrville 73-11; Ridgewood 74-8; River View 52-38 and Painesville Thomas Harvey 74-9. Smith won the 200 free (2:23) and 100 backstroke (1:12), Wheeler came in first in the 100 butterfly (1:08), Philabaum took second in the 50 free and 100 back and Blank was second in the 400 free for the Redskins. The Coshocton boys also won the 200 medley relay (2:10) and took second in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays.

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Generals sending young team onto the mat BY JIM BARSTOW

WEST LAFAYETTE - A trio of proven commodities, including one state qualifier, bring about a significant amount of optimism as the Ridgewood High School wrestling team embarks on a new season. Returning lettermen who head coach Nate Carpenter is relying heavily upon include junior Cole Zeigler, a 126-pounder. In compiling a 49-7 record, Zeigler not only captured his second InterValley Conference title, but also won a sectional crown and advanced to the Ohio High School Athletic Association state meet. Zeigler again will need to provide leadership on a squad that contains no seniors. “We return quite a few young guys who got mat time last year,” said Carpenter, now in his third season at the helm. “I expect them to take the next step and become competitive in every match.” Super sophomores Phillip Shannon and Garrett Bethel also return. At 152, Shannon finished with a 26-14 record and won an IVC title while Bethel, a 160-pounder, is coming off a 29-9 mark. Other sophomores who are likely to contribute are Thor Reed at 145, Zach Donley at 182, and Kelly Barthalow and Trevor Fuller, both at 285. Barthalow finished with a 5-6 mark last year while Fuller was 3-4 as the two will compete for mat time. Team members who are in their first year of wrestling in high school include 113-pound junior Blake Powell, 120 junior Daniel Cutshall, 132-pound sophomore Nathan Schwartz, and 170-pound sophomore Ben Hostetler. Freshmen now in the mix are Nick Addy at 132, Cory Shaw at 138, Scott Madison at 195 and Chancey Johnston a, middle school state qualifier who will wrestle in the 220-pound weight class. Lost through graduation was two-time district placer Jake Zeigler who compiled 133 career victories, third most in school history. Also gone are IVC champion Joe Holmes and district qualifiers Bill Dowd and Jacob Bone. “It is our goal to improve every match and be wrestling our best at the end of the year when it matters most,” Carpenter said. “We have no seniors so we are searching for leadership from within our younger group and someone is going to need to step up to take on that role.”

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Date Opponent Place Time Dec. 7 WIT Invite @ Smithville A 4:30 p.m. Dec. 8 WIT Invite @ Smithville A 11 a.m. Dec. 13 Sandy Valley w/ NCT A 6 p.m. Dec. 15 Hoppell Invt. @ Beaver Loc. A 10 a.m. Dec. 20 County Invt. Pt/Night H 6 p.m. Jan. 4 Stitchco A 4 p.m. Jan. 5 Stitchco A 11 a.m. Jan. 10 Garaway w/ Malvern A 6 p.m. Jan. 19 Robin Drumm Classic A 10 a.m. Jan. 26 River View Iinvite A 10 a.m. Jan. 31 Tusky Valley w/ Indian V. A 6 p.m. Feb. 9 IVC Tourney H 8 p.m.

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COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce would like to announce the upcoming New Business Start-up Class that will be hosted from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 401 Main St. Jeannie Keenan will be the instructor from the Kent State Tuscarawas Small Business Development Center. If you are thinking of starting a small business, this class is for you. We will cover topics such as evaluating your chance of success, business planning and financing. RSVP Billy Wilson at the Chamber office at 740-622-5411 or the SBDC at 330-308-7434. There is a $20 materials fee to attend the class. Walk-ins are also welcome.


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also competing in the Nov. 27 meet, Rogers captured first place in the 100-meter freestyle with a time of 58.8 and won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:18. Rogers will have plenty of other swimmers pushing him throughout the season, however, as he practices with the Coshocton team at the CHS natatorium. “We are very appreciative that Coshocton is allowing him to work with them so that he can compete in something that we don’t offer while still representing Ridgewood,” said Ridgewood High School Athletic Director Alan Keesee. “We certainly wish him continued success towards the upcoming season.”

Lady Redskins harbor high expectations roles in the team’s success as Savannah Brown, Hannah Ringenberg and Emily Simpson all return. Brown swims the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke and is coming off an impressive junior season in which she finished fourth in the ECOL in the 200 I.M. and third in the 100 backstroke. Ringenberg will specialize in the 100 butterfly in which she won the league championship a year ago, and the 200 individual medley where she was league runner-up. Simpson is involved in the 100 breaststroke and 400 freestyle, events in which she respectively finished second and fourth in the league meet. “Savannah hopes to improve this year and has aspirations of being part of a record breaking 200 medley relay team,” McColley said. “Hannah is the team’s most versatile swimmer. She can swim any stroke and does it well. She gives a small team like ours a lot of flexibility when we have to swim much larger teams at dual meets and Emily (Simpson) has aspirations of breaking the girls 200 medley relay record this year.” Juniors Kaitlyn Salmans and Casey Fortney will also be impact “players” on the squad. A co-captain, Salmans will specialize in the 200 and 400 freestyle. “Kaitlyn showed that she was a player in the ECOL her sophomore year by finishing third in both the 200 and 400 freestyle events,” McColley said. “This year, she hopes to improve on those finishes and lead off our 4-by-100 freestyle relay to a victory at the ECOL Championship.” Fortney swims the 100 butterfly, having stepped up to become an impressive swimmer for CHS, finishing fourth in the ECOL. “She hopes to improve on that finish this

year and be a big contributor to our relays,” McColley said. Sophomores Georgia Brown and Jacqueline Roman are both seeking to improve. Brown will compete in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke while Roman is in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke. McColley also has high expectations for newcomers Kallie Unger and Jenny Simpson. Last year, the girls also captured their first Sectional championship, defeating Dover in a meet where there were many competitive teams. “Strength of our quality overcame Dover’s quantity of swimmers,” McColley said. The Lady Redskins opened the season on Nov. 27 and captured a 51-39 win against Orrville and 65-27 against River View. The Coshocton girls were led by the relays as Brown, Emily Simpson, Ringenberg and Salmans were first in the 200 medley (2:23), and the 200 free was second. Also, Baker was first (2:23) and Salmans second in the 200 free, Baker (1:05.9) and Brown went 1-2 in the 100 free, Ringenberg won the 100 fly (1:21), Simpson took the 100 breaststroke, and Salmans (400 free), Brown (100 back) and Jenny Simpson (50 free) were second in their events.

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COSHOCTON - Sometimes looks can be deceiving. Last year, the Coshocton High School girls swim team compiled a mediocre record of seven wins and six losses in dual meet competition, but hidden was the fact that the group earned a penchant of being over-achievers. “Even though the lack of numbers made winning dual meets difficult, last year the girls had a very successful championship,” said head coach Nat McColley. “The ladies pushed Dover to the brink at the East Central Ohio League championship meet finishing second by a meager three points. “ This year, the core of four seniors hope to close out their swimming career by finally bringing down Dover, which has won the meet since its inception, but at the same time, McColley also remains realistic. “It will be a difficult task as Dover usually brings twice the number of competitors to the meet as CHS and there is very little parity in the league,” he said. “It will be CHS, Dover, and then everyone else.” Returning varsity letter winners who will lead the charge include senior captain Emily Baker. Baker will compete in the 50-, 100- and 200-meter freestyle in each of which she is the current school record holder as well as in the 400 freestyle relay. She is now a nine-time ECOL Champion and hopes to finish her career with as many as seven individual ECOL championships. “She also would like to return to the state meet in the 200 and 100 freestyle and earn allstate honors in those events,” McColley said. “Emily is a dedicated swimmer and competitor. She also loves anchoring our relays and bringing us home in the end.” Yet another trio of seniors will also play key

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WEST LAFAYETTE - If the first meet of the season is an indication, the Ridgewood High School swim “team” should have a successful season, but all that rests on the shoulders of one young man. Brian Rogers opens his second season competing in the sport and is the lone individual representing the Generals. A sophomore, Rogers almost singlehandedly outscored the team from Painesville Harvey in his first meet of the season as he captured a pair of first-place finishes and earned eight team points. Harvey itself garnered just nine. With Coshocton, River View and Orrville

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Black Bears anticipate another strong season BY JIM BARSTOW

WARSAW - Tournament success is yet again one of the top goals facing the River View High School wrestling team. Three men who achieved some of that type of success return to lead the Black Bears in the 2012-13 season, including Samuel Grashel, Brendan Scherer and Josh Kempf, all whom reached district competition. A junior, Grashel joins seniors Nick Conrad and Spencer Withrow as the greybeards of the squad. “We have a young team this year but I feel really good about the kids we have,” said head coach Devin Klein, now in his fourth year. “We will be led by our two seniors and three juniors who bring a lot of experience to the room. They really push each other in practice which makes everyone better.” Grashel will likely fulfill the 120-pound weight class while Conrad will be at 113 and Withrow at 126. Scherer should have a lock on the 170 class. Kempf returns at the 285-pound weight class while junior Blake McKee will wrestle at 220. Sophomores Tyler Gunn at 120, James Darner at 126, Keith Burchfield at 160 and Leeland Lauvray at 195. Freshmen in the mix include Ki Wright at 132, Adam Croup at 152, Alan Mitchell at 285, Tyler Koch at 132, Nick Fitzgerald at 138 and Paul Morris 106. “Because our team is so young we expect some freshmen and sophomores to step up and win matches,” Klein said. “We did lose a lot of talent last year but I look for another successful season for River View.”

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Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Shayla R. Rahn of Coshocton vs. Terry L. Rahn of Walhonding Angela M. Kistler of Newcomerstown vs. John B. Kistler of Newcomerstown Dissolutions Tisha Kae Cox of Coshocton from Michael S. Cox of Stone Creek Timika M. Brown of Coshocton from Joshua Dilly of Warsaw Marriages: Randal Lee Pepping of Coshocton to Tammra Ann Elson of Coshocton Rollin T. Postlewaite of West Lafayette to Shannon A. Simmons of West Lafayette Charles Elroy Underwood of Big Prairie, OH to Martha Geraldine Bemus of Coshocton Joseph Patrick Becker of West Lafayette to Nikita Ann Marie Thompson of West Lafayette Richard Allen Schultz III of Coshocton to Samantha Lynnann Hardesty of Coshocton Joshua Michael Jacobs of Conesville to Tasha Lashay Wright of Coshocton Land Transfers: 11/21 Brian C. McClain and Arlene L. Lepley to Michael E. Miller and Brenda R. Miller; $107,000 11/23 Stephanie S. Smith and William Smith to David M. and Renee Stone; $52,750 James E. Williams, Fred A. Williams, John A. Williams, and Ronald L. Williams to Barbara Joan Sheets; $95,000 Ellen S. Holdsworth, David W. Johnson, and Mark J. Johnson to W&G Rentals LLC; $37,500 11/26 Sheriff Timothy L. Rogers to The Karr Family Trust, William S. Karr, and Betty H. Karr, Trustees; $11,527.24 John A. Johnson to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association; $30,000 Sheriff Timothy L. Rogers (Donald C. Lahmers) to Edgar J. Lower and Nellie F. Lower; $10,000 Denver M. Kirker and Colleen J. Kirker to The Bank of New York Mellon; $14,667 Zachary F. Johnston to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association; $36,800 Derrick M. Nelson and Jennifer R. Nelson to Grant M. Guthrie; $75,500 11/28 Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County Inc. to Timothy J. and Candy L. Angle; $78,185 Bruner Land Co. Inc. to John R. Radcliff Jr.; $17,900 Michael R. Share, deceased, to AB Rentals LLC; $81,000 Jeffrey R. Levingston to Stacy A. Young and Charon D. Young; $83,000 11/29 Andrew A. Loos and Jennifer A. Loos to Wade A. Fennell Sr.; $80,700 Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 11/21 Jasmine Daugherty Berg to Jason R. Berg Estate of James A. Jones, deceased, to Marjorie R. Jones

RIVER VIEW WRESTLING Nick Conrad, Spencer Withrow, Samuel Grashel, Blake McKee, Josh Kempf, Tyler Gunn, James Darner, Keith Burchfield, Brendan Scherer, Leeland Lauvray, Paul Morris, Ki Wright, Tyler Koch, Nick Fitzgerld, Adam Croup, Alan Mitchell (Names not in order of appearance.) PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON BY LENZO STUDIO

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Opponent Hillsdale Invite Indian Valley Duals Tri Valley/Cambridge Coshocton/Ridgewood JV Dover Invite Stichco. Classic Stichco. Classic Top Gun Invite Top Gun Invite JV Invite-West Holmes Meadowbrook/Zanesville Waynedale Duals RV JV Invite RV Invite Biddy Invite ECOL @ New Philly West Holmes/New Philly East District Sectionals East District Sectionals

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11/23 James E. Wiggins Jr. and Karen Wiggins to James E. Wiggins Sr. and Wanda Wiggins Glenna F. Peiter, deceased, to Charles W. Peiter William J. Huston to Denise L. Huston Thomas W. Boyd and Peggy E. Boyd to TPB Properties LLC James A. Allen to Tina M. Allen Eunice M. Barrick to Edward R. Barrick 11/26 James Keim, Aden Troyer, and Jacob Miller to Dundee Woodlands Ltd. James Keim, Aden Troyer, and Jacob Miller to James E. Keim and Rachel J. Keim Grace L. Dickerson to Timothy A. Dickerson and Jodie Lynn Clark James Keim, Aden Troyer, and Jacob Miller to Aden A. Troyer and Mary Ann Troyer 11/27 James R. Stoffer and Christina A. Stoffer to James R. Stoffer and Christina A. Stoffer Mark William Kerr to Tonia R. Kerr Kathryn Myers to Brian Myers 11/28 Patience A. and Jose Rivera to John L. and Dianna S. Richards Russell McPherson, deceased, to Viola McPherson Kathryn L. Ford to Jason and Danielle Thornsley Lewis E. Powell to Suzanne Powell Suzanne Powell to Lewis E. Powell Dwight E. Gay and Esther R. Gay to Dwight E. Gay and Esther R. Gay, co-trustees 11/29 Jaemie J. Caley, deceased, to April Dawn Caley


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Black Bears facing rebuilding effort BY JIM BARSTOW

Date Dec. 8 Dover Invite Dec. 10 Tri-Valley Dec. 12 New Philadelphia Dec. 15 River View Invite Dec. 18 Granville/West Muskingum Jan. 4 Dover Jan. 12 Coshocton Invite Jan. 19 ECOL Meet Jan. 24 Tri-Valley/Rosecrans /West M. Jan. 26 John Glenn/Zanesville Feb. 2 SEOSL @Athens Feb. 9 Sectionals @Steubenville

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WARSAW - Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will be the 2012-13 River View High School boys swim team. “I would have to say the word rebuilding comes to mind,” said head coach Noah Gallagher. “We are very young and inexperienced. We will be leaning heavily on the upperclassmen for leadership and support of their younger teammates.” As fortune would have it, Gallagher does have one particular individual who definitely will be able to guide the younger Black Bears in terms of valuable experience. Senior Coleston Pope returns after reaching the state meeting in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle relays. He again will compete in each of those events as well as the 100 freestyle, 100 breastroke and 200 individual medley. “Coleston got a taste of the state meet experience last year when he participated in the meet on the two relays that advanced,” Gallagher said. In addition to Pope, senior Garrett Gee returns and will compete in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle, the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. But the experience level drops significantly from there. Gallagher is counting upon sophomores Dalton Hammond and Brendan Dickson in both the 50 and 100 free. Dickson will also battle in the 200 free and 100 backstroke. New to the program are sophomore Marcel List and freshman Trevor Wine. List will be involved in the 100 breaststroke as well as the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle while Wine is competing in the 100 and 200 freestyle and in the 100 backstroke. River View lost six swimmers through graduation, including Wade Garrett, Sam Hall, Tom Arthan, Zach Elson, Kris Conley and John Amore. “It is very hard to replace that many seniors,” Gallagher said. “I have confidence that our training program will help these students improve and accomplish the goals they have set for themselves. “We as a team would like to wish luck to all the other winter sports athletes in their upcoming seasons,” he said. In their season opener on Nov. 27, the Black Bears fell to Coshocton 52-38 but defeated Orrville 48-14, Ridgewood 50-8 and Painesville Thomas Harvey 50-12. Leading the effort was Hammond, who placed first in the 50 free (29.6). Pope won the 400 free (4:44) and took second in the 200 IM, the 200 free relay of Wine, List, Dickson and Gee won in 2:07, and the 400 free relay of Hammond, Dickson, Gee and Pope came in first in 4:22.

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Freshmen who are new to the program include Kayleigh Smailes, Samantha Douglass, CC Brown, Morgan Ashcraft and Elayna Belt. Smailes will compete in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke; Douglass, Belt, Ashcraft and Brown are in the 50 and 100 freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Belt will also compete in the 200 freestyle. “As always, the goal for the season is to teach each and every one of the swimmers all four strokes,” Gallagher said. “I have confidence that our training program will help these students improve and accomplish the goals they have set for themselves.” Gone through graduation are Kendall Meek, Rachel Hammond, Teya Murray and Michelle Doughty. In their opener on Nov. 27, the Lady Bears defeated Painesville Harvey but fell to Coshocton, 65-27 and Orrville 57-31. Els won the 200 individual medley (2:45) and 400 free (5:13) to lead River View, and the 400 free relay of Els, Gee, Mizer and Mills was first in 5:24.

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Date Time Dec. 8 Wood County VG Away 3 p.m. Dec. 10 Carroll County VG/VB Home 5/6:30 p.m. Dec. 11 Mt. Vernon AcademyVG/VB Away 5/6:30 p.m. Dec. 15 LCCA JVB Away 9:30 a.m. Dec. 20 East Richland VG/VB Away 4:30/6 p.m. Dec. 21/22 People’s Baptist Academy VB Away TBA Jan. 7 Carroll County VG/VB Away 5/6:30 p.m. Jan. 11 Mansfield Temple VG Away 6 p.m. Jan. 17 Mt. Vernon Academy VG/VB Home 5/6:30 p.m. Jan. 29 Eaglewings VB Away 6 p.m. Feb. 1 LCCA JVB Home 5 p.m. Feb. 5 East Richalnd VB Home 5 p.m. Feb. 7 Massillon (senior night) VG/VB Home 5/6:30 p.m. Feb. 9 Wood County VG Home 1 p.m. Feb. 11 LCCA VG Away 4 p.m.

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Local Events

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 • 9 AM

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. Pizza with Santa. Come eat pizza with Santa and Mrs. Claus this Sunday, Dec. 9, from 1-3 p.m. at the Coshocton Yard on Main Street in Coshocton. The cost is $5 per person and includes pizza, soda and a special afternoon talking with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Picture opportunities are also available. RSVP by Saturday 9 p.m. Call 622-YARD.

Announcements

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. Toys for Tots. Advanced Spinal Care, located next to Walgreens in Coshocton, is accepting unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots.

Benefits

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 6223754 or Teri Brown at 502-6444 for more information. James Jones Benefit. There will be a spaghetti dinner and auction benefit for James Jones Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. at the Moose. Jones was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer and monies raised will be going toward his medical and travel expenses.

Church Events

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.

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. Christmas Carol. “A Christmas Carol” Children’s Musical will be performed Dec. 9 at the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene at 10:45 a.m. It’s a story about giving from a child’s perspective. Kevin has money in his pocket; will he use it to buy the bike of his dreams or give it to someone else? Angel Carol and her three assistants try to guide Kevin in making his decision.

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Revival. Set Free Community Church will be having a revival Dec. 9 – 19 at 7 p.m. each night. Host pastor will be Rita C. Myers. Guest speakers will be evangelist R.A. Duke and Mary Duke. Everyone is welcome. The church is located at 115 S. 6th St in Coshocton.

165 Holstein Dairy Cattle: A good milking herd that includes 100 head of mature cows in all periods of lactation, approx. 60 head are 1st & 2nd lactation cows. This working herd is currently averaging 62 lbs in the tank(with no special feed programs), 4.0 BF, 3.2 P, under 100 SCC. Young stock includes 20 heifers bred 5-7 months, 25 open heifers that are breeding age, 20 calves that are 8 months and under. Cattle are bred to a Holstein bull. Also selling a 2 yr old red and white Holstein bull. Mueller Bulk Tank- Parabone Parlor- Milking Equip: Mueller Model OE Hi Performance 2000 gallon bulk tank, serial # 6766FA-051(new in 2005),includes Sentry III washer system, recording chart, 5 hp Mueller compressor and 3 hp compressor; Mueller plate cooler(50 plate); Schlueter plate cooler(18 plate); Delaval 3000 vacuum pump(new in 2005), variable speed, 10 hp; Delaval VP 84 vacuum pump, 10 hp; Frenic 5000 P11 variable spd frequency drive for vacuum pump(like new); Parabone double 12 stainless steel milking parlor(new in 2005) has: airgates, adjustable brisket rail with dividers, rump plates; 24 Delaval milking and pulsator units, sold separate; 12 Westfalia MP370 & MP380 auto takeoff units, sold separate; Delaval pipeline washer system; Delaval receiver group w/variable spd motor; 2”x100’ stainless washline; 3”x70’ stainless lowline; 4”x75’ PVC vacuum line with balance tank; 2 stainless wash vats Feed: approx. 2000 tons of corn silage to be sold by the ton in 100 ton increments, silage is in concrete bunker and allows for wet weather loading, removal time will be given to mid April; 40-50 bales of older wrapped oatlage TMR Mixers & Feeding Equipment: Penta TMR 4020 SD mixer, Tornado auger (TMR is only 1 year old); Farmmaster horizontal TMR mixer, stationary with stainless drum; Jamesway 20ft silo unloader; 12 ton Brock bin; 18 ton Brock bin with 6”x14’ Valco auger; 5 ton bin; older Butler 100 ft feed conveyor; 11-10 ft concrete H bunks with poly liner; old Butler grain bins Tractors- JD Combine-JD Skidloader- Grain Truck- Dodge Truck- Stock Trailer- Flatbed Trailer: 2004 New Holland TM 165 4WD tractor, 165 hp with 5600 hrs, C/H/A, 18 fwd and 6 reverse powershift, quad remotes, 540/100 interchangeable pto, like new rubber, suitcase weights included; IH 1486 tractor, 6410 hrs, C/H/A, 20.8-38 rears, like new rubber, dual remotes, 540/1000 pto, 12 IH 100 lb suitcase weights sold separate; IH 886 tractor with cab, 18.4-38 rears, JD 4230 tractor with 8140 hrs, 18.4-38 rears, dual remotes, 640/1000 pto; 2 sets of 18.4-38 snap on duals; set of 20.8-38 hub mount 10 hole duals; 1992 Eagle International 9400 Series 18 ft grain truck (600 bu capacity); 2007 JD 325 skidloader, 3500 hrs, aux hydraulics, like new tires; 2007 JD 320 skidloader with cab/air/heat, 4600 hrs, aux hydraulics, sold with material bucket(dirt bucket, bale spears & pallet forks sold separate); Mensch mod. 1100 sawdust shooter; 6 ft tire barn scraper(fits skidloader); JD 4400 combine with 4 row poly cornhead; JD 16 ft grain platform; JD 12 ft grain platform; 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 dually pickup, 159,000 miles, Featherlite 16 ft livestock trailer with new floor(good condition); Kaufman 24 ft flatbed gooseneck trailer with dovetail & ramps Houle Spreader- Husky Pit Pump- Hay & Forage Equipment: Houle 4050 liquid manure spreader, walking tandems, hydraulic brakes, 540 pto; ; Husky 2 pt 12 ft manure pit pump with 8”x16’ discharge pipe (like new); Houle parlor transfer pump with 5 hp electric motor; 716 Knight side sling spreader; JD 458 Silage Special Mega Wide Plus round baler (good condition); Anderson RB 9000 bale tube wrapper; NI 5209 discbine; 2009 Miller Pro 1150 rotary rake; 4 star spin pto tedder (pull type); Sitrex SR 420 11-H rake(needs work); NH 166 hay inverter; NI 40 ft hay & grain elevator; Cross 28 ft elevator; Hutchinson 8”x46’ pto grain auger; GSI 8”x32’ pto grain auger; NH 890 forage harvester model 890EN2, 2 row snapper head sold separate; NH 822 2 row corn head; NH 900W hay head; NH 36 flail chopper; Miller Pro 1060 Series II forage blower; Automatic roller mill/blower with 10”x10’ intake auger; Gehl 99 forage blower; Gehl Hi-Throw recutter blower; Miller Pro 5200 and 5300 forage wagons; Miller Pro 3100 and 2150 forage wagons; NI 325 (2 row) cornpicker; (5) J & M and Killbros gravity wagons on Kory and NH gears; NH 355 grinder-mixer with electronic scales; JD dump wagon; 20 ft flatbed wagon on NH gears; Planting and Tillage Equipment: JD 7200 MaxEmerge 2 conservation 6 row corn planter with liquid fertilizer; JD 13 hoe grain drill with seeder; 3000 gal poly fert tank; 1000 gal poly fert tank; 5 hp fert pump; JD 2600 6 bottom plow with auto reset; Glencoe 7 shank Soil Saver; JD 220 centerfold 22 ft disk; Brillion 12 ft cultimulcher; IH 370 transport disk (12ft); 3 pt 4 row cultivator; JD 3 pt 400 rotary hoe (14 ft); field sprayer Freestall-Steinway Headlocks and Slants- Lil Spring Waterers and Misc Barn Equip- Mats: approx 250 , mostly Steinway, loop freestalls and toprail; Steinway headlocks , 106 cow in 8 ft sections; Steinway slants 96 cow in sections; misc Steinway and Farmland headlocks for approx. 100 cows; numerous steel farm gates; 4-55” barn box fans; cattle sprinkler system with 4 Schafer 3’ barn fans; 10-3’ barn fans; Lil Spring 6100, 3200 cattle waterers; 9 Lil Spring 3100 waterers; approx 800 square ft of ¾ x 4’x4’ interlocking rubber floor mats; Goossen 24’ cattle crowd gate with controls; 8’ steel divider gates and headgates for calf stalls 4 Wheeler- Concrete Bunker Blocks- Misc Farm Equipment: Yamaha Big Bear 350 4 wheeler; 40-2’x2’x7’ and 30-2’x2’x6’ concrete bunker blocks; International 7 ft 3 pt brush hog; Woods 3 pt brush hog; Winco 50 KW pto generator on cart; Woods 6 ft 3 pt blade; Farmhand vertical 3.4 hp air compressor (60 gal tank); Saylor Beall 5 hp vertical air compressor; 4’x6’ Poly square calf hutches; 125 gal stock tank; 3-3’x6’ poly foot baths; Kenmore electric washer; silage bunker tire rings; 4”x4”x12’ steel tube posts; misc farm hand tools; misc hydraulic hose; electric motors; pile of rough sawn lumber; 2 wagonloads of misc Sale Order: 9 AM small items, 11 AM tractors and equipment followed by cows at approx. 12:30-1:00 PM From cows, feed, milking and farm equipment its all here ready to work for you. Join us on the 14th. TERMS: cash or good check Owners: Ivan and Rosemary Miller LUNCH STAND

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Rummage Sale. Set Free Community Church will be having a Christmas Rummage Sale Friday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Baked goods will be for sale all day and hotdogs will be sold for $0.25 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. both days. The church is located at 115 S. 6th St.

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Public Notice. The Coshocton County Budget Commission will be meeting in the Law Library in the Courthouse Annex, located at 349 Main St. on Monday, Dec. 10 at 10 a.m. with any interested parties. On the agenda is the review and adjustment of 2012 tax year millage rates for school bond and emergency levies for Ridgewood and Coshocton City School Districts and the county inside debt millage.

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2807 STATE ROUTE 557 • BALTIC, OHIO 43804 CHRISTMAS SALE • DECEMBER 7 • 6pm

Battery floor lamps, cornhole games, lots of tack, lots of toys, lifetime tables, shovels, manure forks. Trike & trailer, various wheelbarrows, fireproof safes, 18 volt cordless drill set, children’s hickory rockers, Bostitch Air Nailer, various socket sets, all kinds of shop misc., oak kitchen table, lots of misc., all new items. Drawing at end of sale.

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Wednesday, Dec. 5, 12, 19: Books Galore Book Store: 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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Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center Auction Saturday, December 8, 2012 Doors open @ 4pm River View HS Cafeteria 26496 SR 60N, Warsaw, OH for more info call 824-4183 or 502-0383

Items to be Auctioned

Toys, Collectibles, Tack, Gift Certificates, FFA Fruit, Locally Donated Items, Travel Packages, Theme Baskets, & much, much more! Something for everyone!

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The Wonderful Sounds of Christmas. Coshocton High School music department will present The Wonderful Sounds of Christmas Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the high school at 7 p.m. Voluntary donation is one can of food for the Salvation Army. The concert will feature the Junior High and High School bands and choirs, and will also feature the first appearance of the Coshocton Elementary Choir. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

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100% of the profits go to this organization. Higher Hopes is a non-profit designed to provide children and adults the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of horse back riding.

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Quiet area for a home site on JUST MOVE IN 18 acres with lots of wild life. 4 bedroom, 2 bath is ready for $36,000 This you to move in. Partial brick, newer

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Pancake Breakfast. There will be an all-you-caneat pancake breakfast on Dec. 8 hosting by the ‘All Night for the Fight’ Relay for Life team. The breakfast will be from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Park United Methodist Church located at 122 Park Ave. For more information or to make a donation, call Melinda Courtright at 610-8802.

(330) 897-6081 OR (330) 897-2275 CELL: (330) 231-6809 FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 12:30 • AUCTIONEER: ANDY RABER WE APPRECIATE YOU SUPPORT AND BUSINESS!

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Toys for Families. Coshocton Co. Firefighter’s Toy Chest is accepting new unwrapped toys to help needy families in Coshocton County. Toys can be dropped off at Coshocton Fire Dept. on S. 7th St. Coshocton or Walhonding Valley Fire District on Bridge St in Warsaw. Monetary donations can be mailed to Toy Chest PO BOX 158 Warsaw, Ohio 43844

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Also selling...baked goods, eggs, rabbits, misc. Auctioneer: Jacob Bowman • 330-893-1954 ext. 1

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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., at the Nazarene Church Thursday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. and at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Saturday, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. Monday and Thursday’s program is called Living Hope and Saturdays is The Crown. 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. For information, call Terri Phillips at 545-9877.

PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at noon. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation.

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Community Calendar Wednesday, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Grades 7 - 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. Wednesday, Dec. 5: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share websites, learn about Japanese culture, draw, and much more. Call 622-0956 to register. Grades 7-12 only. 5:30 - 7 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 6, 13: Holiday Chi: Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. Taught by Holli Rainwater Noon - 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, 15, 22: Books Galore Book Store: 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. Monday, Dec. 10, 17: Books Galore Book Store: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, paperback books, and more, all at rockbottom 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.

ABSOLUTE AUCTION Monday, December 10, 4:00pm 1013 Oak Avenue, Coshocton

Due to space, The Beacon is running only a small section of our Community Calendar this week. We will begin running our complete Community Calendar again next week, Dec. 12. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.

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2012 Sales Results so far... Over $2,437,000 worth of property...SOLD! Plus...over $2,776,000 worth of property...FOR SALE! And the year isn’t over......yet! So, if you are in the Market for Real Estate: 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

Remember... “IF YOU THINK LAND... MARC LACY’S YOUR MAN!”

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Tuesday, Dec. 11: Children’s Holiday Party: Children ages K through 6th grade are invited to attend a holiday celebration of Christmas traditions from around the world. Join us for stories, crafts, treats, and holiday fun to celebrate the season! Call 622-0956 to register, or register online. Registration deadline is Friday, Dec. 7. 4 - 5 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 15 • 10am

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • www.kaufmanrealty.com DAVE KAUFMAN, BROKER/AUCTIONEER TERRY STANFORD, REALTOR/AUCTIONEER • (330) 417-0004 or stanford@asset.com D. ANTHONY KAUFMAN, CAI BROKER • (330) 231-4211 or anthony@kaufmanrealty.com

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This 2 bedroom home has a lot of potential. Gas heat, central air, city utilities, full basement all situated on a 40x118 corner lot. Also a 24x24 block detached garage. Taxes a half are $313.53. Call for private showing. Terms: $2,000 earnest money deposit day of auction. All inspections must be completed before auction day. No contingencies. Closing and possession within 45 days. Owner: Ratliff Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer

Tuesday, Dec. 11: Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time: Children ages 3 - 5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, and enjoy rhymes and finger plays during this weekly story time. 6:30 – 7 p.m.

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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.

Tuesday, Dec. 11: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time: Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. – Noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts.

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Monday, Dec. 10: Coffee Club: Senior adults 55 and over are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. Noon

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Thursday, Dec. 6: Babytime Lapsit: Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 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. Twenty-two babies and adults. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

Monday, Dec. 10: West Lafayette Branch Children’s Holiday Party: Children K through 6th grade are invited to attend a holiday celebration of Christmas traditions from around the world. Join us for stories, crafts, treats, and holiday fun to celebrate the season! Call 545-6672 to register, or register online. Please register by Friday, Dec. 7. 4 - 5 p.m.

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Wednesday, Dec. 5, 12: Preschool Story Time: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 – 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956.

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BELOW SUPPLIER PRICING 12 Chevy Volt

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

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12 Chevy ½ Ton ext 4x4

MSRP $29,190 Sale Price $27,536 Rebate $3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

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

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

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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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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

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Power Sunroof, DVD/TV, Leather Interior, Trailer Brake Control, 20” Aluminum Wheels, Power Lift Gate, Bluetooth. #249 SaVe

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

12 GMC Yukon DeNali 4x4

12 Chevy Crew Dually 4x4

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

18,499

SaVe $4,158

MSRP $31,810 Sale Price $29,817 Rebate $4,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

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12 Chevy Traverse aWD

SaVe $7,493

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

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SaVe $5,654

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12 Chevy ½ Ton Crew 4x4

33,882

MSRP $23,580 Sale Price $22,499 Rebate $3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

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12 Chevy ½ reg 4x4

SaVe $5,961

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

V6, Rear Spoiler, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels, Power Windows & Locks. #055

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

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12 Chevy impala lT

MSRP $45,289 Sale Price $41,267 Rebate $4,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

V6, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, #263 SaVe $5,081

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

MSRP $17,595 Sale Price $16,999 GM Rebate $1,000

MSRP $28,385 Sale Price $22,424

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GMC Acadia AWD-SLE #310 ......................... MSRP $38,315 GMC ¾ Ext 4x4-SLE, 18” Alloys #264 .......... MSRP $41,270 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 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather #296 ................... MSRP $42,920 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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Generator, 5,500. Used less than 40hrs, excellent condition. Seasoned Firewood $600. 740-202-3002 Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/ TOOLS Split/Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut Wood Lathe Williams to size and length). and Hussey, 12” x 48” Great Gift Idea or for includes tool rests, your Summer Camp- steady rest and heavy fires! 740-502-3657 duty lathe tools. $400. 740-545-6488 740-294-0727 FIREWOOD

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HEATING For Sale. Miller Fuel Oil 60,000 B.T.U. down flow furnace, 200 gallons fuel, 275 gallon tank. $1,000. Call 740-622-6150

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The Owner will offer certain personal property for sale at public auction on Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the self storage facility at 71 Vine Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812. As a result of non-payment of the Renter’s account, the Owner, AB Rentals LLC (PO Box 24 Conesville) has authority by legal procedure to sell the following at public auction. Personal Property located in storage unit. Contents in storage unit are unknown. Last known address of Renter: Jesse Davis 480 Larkin Akron, OH 44305

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