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HOME & LIFESTYLE

SAT., MARCH 9 ∙ 9am – 4pm & SUN., MARCH 11 ∙ 12pm – 4pm AT THE COSHOCTON COUNTY CAREER CENTER

SPONSORED BY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF COSHOCTON COUNTY

Coshocton County Career Center, 23640 Airport Road

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What is ReStore? A ReStore is a discount home improvement and building supply store operated by Habitat for Humanity. Coshocton County ReStore is located at 1301 Walnut St. and is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the ReStore are used to support Habitat’s mission to eliminate poverty housing and to empower families and volunteers to improve lives. The ReStore accepts donations of new, gently-used, and salvaged building materials from individuals, retailers, businesses, manufacturers, contractors and remodelers. ReStore reuses, recycles and resells functional building materials, tools, upholstered furniture and appliances that are in good condition, thereby diverting thousands of tons of usable materials from local landfills. In addition, ReStore offers recycling of ink cartridges, rechargeable batteries, cell phones, and computers. Proceeds from a Habitat for Humanity ReStore provide funding for Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County’s mission to eliminate sub– standard housing and to help build new homes. All donations are tax deductible and free and easy pickup can be arranged! To make a donation, call the office at 623-2764 or the ReStore at 622-7787.

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Think spring with the help of the Habitat Home & Lifestyle Show

BY JOSIE SELLERS

COSHOCTON – If you are looking for inspiration or helpful tips for spring home and garden projects, then you won’t want to miss the Habitat for Humanity Home & Lifestyle Show. “We have about 38 exhibitors this year, which is three or four more than what we’ve had in the past,” said Linda Miller, chairperson of the show. “Some of them are new and we’ve even attracted some out of town businesses.” This year’s show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 9 and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at the Coshocton County Career Center. Admission is free.

“We’ve had about 1,000 people attend in the past and this year, we have a full house of vendors so we are hoping for even more,” Miller said. The exhibitors cover everything from home maintenance to gardening to insurance to even pet care. The seminars planned also address a wide range of topics. Deb Gaumer will speak on the dos and don’ts of gardening in order to get ready to display at the fair at 10 a.m. Saturday. At 11 a.m. Saturday, Paul McHam will discuss the identification and eradication of mold and Tim Kettler will share information on sewer, drain and septic maintenance at 1 p.m. Saturday. On Sunday, Dr. Abdel Albalakosuy, DVM, will speak on the prevention of flea and tick born diseases at 1 p.m. and Chad Guess, D.C. will share his topic, Lifestyle Well-Being at 2:15 p.m. “People really enjoy the seminars we have,” Miller said. She also is excited that more food options will be offered at this year’s show. A pancake breakfast will once again be offered from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday and at noon the restaurant will switch from its breakfast menu to lunch. Sunday also will feature lunch items prepared by the Coshocton Blue Star Mothers. Attendees of the show will be entertained be members of the River View Junior High Choir from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday and have the opportunity to support Relay for Life, which is holding a kick-off event featuring homemade items for sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the nearby Hopewell School. The show also will feature some great raffle and door prizes. Raffle prizes include $300 worth of meat from West Lafayette Village Market and a gas grill from Sears, two arborvitae donated by Kobel’s Landscaping and a fire pit courtesy of Auer Hardware, and door prizes will come from donations made by each of the exhibitors.

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Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton County update Construction on House #12 located at 809 Orange St. is moving right along and should be completed in the summer of 2013. The students of the Career Center completed exterior walls, roof, interior walls, doors, windows, and porches. In February, Clow Water Systems’ employees had a corporate build day and completed much of the siding and dry wall. Clow is looking forward to partnering with Habitat again on future builds. If your business would like to have a corporate build day, please call the Habitat office at (740) 623-2764.

House #13 – Veteran Build

Women Build

Since our first Women Build last year was such a success, we will be having our second Women Build May 4-11, in conjunction with the Veteran Build. We will be working in teams this year. Each team will have a maximum of 10 women. There is a $150 sponsorship fee per team. Team registration is due March 31 and must be accompanied by the sponsorship fee. If you would like more information or a registration form, please call the Habitat office at (740) 623-2764. It should be a week of fun, and we will be doing a good deed for a deserving family!

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This spring, we are also partnering with the Pomerene Center for the Arts in a photography exhibit titled, “Building Home, Building Hope/Habitat’s View.” The opening will be May 2, at the Pomerene Center. It is open to the public and there is no admission fee.

Seventh Annual Golf Scramble

Our next fund raising event is our annual golf outing, which will be Saturday, July 27, at River Greens Golf Course. It is a shotgun start at 1 p.m. It is a fun event for all involved. The entry fee is $60 per person and includes greens fees for 18 holes, cart, and a meal at the end of the day. The event also includes skins pot, 50/50, poker hand, lottery wreath, and on-course games. Each team is eligible for a $1,000 grand prize drawing. Every team has an equal opportunity to win the grand prize! Save the date and join us! For information, please contact Connie Lahna at 545-6458.

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“All money raised from the Home & Lifestyle Show is put back into building Habitat homes for those who qualify,” Miller said. Habitat is in the process of finishing up its 12th home in the county and making plans for home number 13, which will be for a veteran. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Our next build will be a Veteran Build for which we will be breaking ground in early spring 2013. We are very excited about the prospect of building a home for a qualified veteran. Several Veterans organizations are on board with us including the Blue Star Mothers. If you wish to make a donation in honor of or in memory of someone close to you, we would be honored to have you do that. You may even designate your funds towards a specific part of the house such as a door, a window, shingles, etc.

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Habitat for Humanity’s board of directors approved the Grant and Kathy Ford family for the upcoming Habitat for Humanity Veteran Build. Grant is an army veteran who served in Egypt and Israel and the Grants have three children, Dawson, Braiden and Keirstan. Ground breaking is anticipated to begin by the end of March. The build will be located in West Lafayette in the area of East Seventh Street Rear. Habitat’s goal is to raise approximately $70,000 and fundraising has already begun with Habitat’s Women Build teams which are currently forming as well as veteran organizations. The Women Build will take place the week of May 4–11. For information on forming a Women Build team, contact the Habitat office by March 31. Donations also can be made “In Memory or In Honor of” a veteran on Habitat’s website at www.habitatcoshocton.org or make checks payable to Habitat for Humanity of Coshocton and include the veteran’s name. Mail checks to the Habitat Office at 1035 Walnut St., Coshocton, OH 43812. Habitat is also looking for veteran groups or individuals who would like to be involved in the build. You can register online at www. habitatcoshocton.org and click on the Volunteer Up Button or call the Habitat office at 623-2764.

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It’s nearly springtime and time to get rid of all the unwanted stacks of paper that have accumulated in your home or business. Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce that the Shred-it truck is returning to the Home and Lifestyle Show. Sponsored by Lity’s Scrap Yard and Olde Town Realty, the Shredit truck will be doing bulk paper shredding on Saturday, March 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the east parking lot of the Coshocton County Career Center. Items accepted for shredding include computer print outs, junk mail, personal documents, business documents and records, financial records or tax documents, medical records, and any white or colored paper. It will not be necessary to remove staples or paper clips before bringing them. Put your documents in a box for easier handling, too. The Coshocton Restore is also sponsoring electronic recycling at the same time. Old cell phones, computers, printers, ink cartridges, and recyclable batteries can be disposed of and recycled. Unfortunately, old

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• financial records • tax documents • medical records • white or colored paper televisions cannot be accepted at this event. For questions about what can be recycled, contact the Restore at 623-2764. Any donations for recycling of paper or electronics will benefit Habitat for Humanity and will be appreciated. Assisting with the collections will be Coshocton County REACT. These volunteers establish the traffic flow for the recycling event and their help is acknowledged gratefully.

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If you missed the great breakfast at the Home & Lifestyle last year, you have another opportunity on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. The breakfast team is back with another great value menu to launch your fun-filled day at the show. The breakfast is again donation only and will consist of pancakes, bacon or sausage, muffins, fruit, juice, or coffee. For those with intolerance to the gluten products, the Celiac Disease Support Group will also serve gluten-free pancakes. Any proceeds will be donated to Habitat for Humanity. At noon on Saturday, the restaurant will switch from breakfast to lunch offerings. You will be able to get your choice of soups and sandwiches with a delicious selection of desserts, coffee, or tea for only $5 per person. Sunday’s menu will be prepared by the Coshocton Blue Star Mothers. They will serve lunch items from noon until 3 p.m. The lunch menu will include sloppy joe sandwiches, hot dogs, coneys, chips and drinks for a donation to the Blue Star Mothers. The Blue Star Mothers meet the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the annex of the Coshocton Nazarene Church. Bring the family out for a fun day at the Home and Lifestyle Show and know that you will be served warm, delicious food and even warmer, friendly smiles. Anyone wishing to help with this project is encouraged to contact Connie Lahna at 294-1392.

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Seminars at the Home & Lifestyle Show Deb Gaumer The Garden Patch “Grow to Show” Saturday at 10 a.m. For 13 years, Deb Gaumer has operated The Garden Patch Greenhouse on County Road 10. Her full-service garden center, surrounded by soybean and cornfields, offers a unique shopping experience for all types of gardeners. Deb provides personal gardening expertise to customers in addition to the annuals, perennials, herbs, seeds, trees, and even water plants available at The Garden Patch. When not busy operating the Greenhouse, Deb is involved with many activities around the Coshocton Community that make it a better place to live. As a member of the America In Bloom Committee for Coshocton, she helps maintain the hanging baskets prominent along Main Street throughout the summer. Recently named Superintendent of the Agricultural Hall at Coshocton County Fairgrounds, Deb wants to encourage greater participation at the County Fair. She has chosen to speak on the do’s and don’ts of gardening in order to get ready to display at the fair. Her topic “Grow to Show” should get everyone in the mood to plan their spring gardens. Paul McHam CESI – Combined Environmental Solutions, Inc “How to Get a Mold Free Home” Saturday at 11 a.m. With over 20 years of experience assessing and improving “indoor environments”, Paul McHam and Chester Kusmich combined their experience and expertise to form the Combined Environmental Solution, Inc in August 2010. CESI is a property service company that can assess and improve the air quality of personal and business properties. While

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they can identify and correct mold clusters, they can even provide more extreme services like crystal meth lab clean up or crime and trauma scene cleaning. Paul has selected a topic that is pertinent to many local homeowners – the identification and eradication of mold. His seminar “How to Get a Mold Free Home” will be presented at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

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MARCH 6, 2013

For a FREE Home Visual Inspection

THE BEACON

Mold Remediation Environmental Duct Cleaning Crystal Meth Clean Up Crime & Trauma Scene Clean Up Indoor Environmental Assessments Indoor Environmental Testing

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOME AND LIFESTYLE SHOW

Chad Guess, D.C. Five Point Chiropractic “Lifestyle Well-Being” Sunday at 2:15 p.m. DEDICATIONS Special dedication ceremonies are held when each Habitat for Humanity home is completed. BEACON FILE PHOTO A native of Coshocton County, Dr. Chad Guess, D.C. is a graduate of River View High School, Ohio University, and Palmer College of Chiropractic. His local practice focuses on the entire patient with emphasis on chiropractic care, nutrition, diet, lifestyle, and exercise. Because Dr. Guess has always had an interest in nutrition and lifestyle All editorial photos featured in this program were taken by the well-being, he encourages his clients to make positive lifestyle changes Coshocton County Beacon staff. through proper diet with nutritional whole food supplements. Dr. Guess encourages clients to shop at Local Bounty where everything sold is produced or grown in the local area. He will speak at 2:15 p.m. on For more information about Habitat for Humanity in Coshocton County, Sunday about “Lifestyle Well-Being.” visit their website at www.habitatcoshocton.org


Restaurant Lunch - Soup & Sandwich Blue Star Mothers Seminars Dr. Abdel Albalakosuy, DVM “Prevent Flea & Tick Disease” Dr. Chad Guess “Lifestyle Well Being” Door Prize/Raffle Drawings

SUNDAY, MARCH 10

Restaurant Pancake Breakfast Lunch - Soup & Sandwich Parking Lot Paper Recycling Electronic Recycling Entertainment River View Junior High Choir Seminars Deb Gaumer “Grow to Show” Paul McHam “Mold Free Home” Tim Kettler “Septic System Maintenance” Relay for Life Hopewell School Raffles, Food, and Craft

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SATURDAY, MARCH 9

Coshocton County Career Center 23640 Airport Road Sponsored by Habitat for Humanity

2013 HOME & LIFESTYLE SHOW

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOME AND LIFESTYLE SHOW

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2013 Habitat for Humanity Home & Lifestyle Show Program  

Program for the 2013 Coshocton County Habitat for Humanity Home & Lifestyle Show

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