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REL2010AY LIFE OFFICIAL PROGRAM

BE L IE V E COSHOCTON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS - May 14 &15 6:00 p.m. Friday through 6:00 p.m. Saturday

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Coshocton County Relay for Life Program

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CO-CHAIR’S MESSAGE On behalf of the 35 plus committee members of the Coshocton County Relay For Life, we officially welcome you to the 15th Annual 2010 Coshocton Relay! As Co-Chairs for this special event, we are honored to represent Coshocton County and we hope to reach our goal of raising $135,000.00 for the fight against cancer. Emily Kobel and Kim Gress Last year’s event was a huge success and we are proud to say Coshocton exceeded the goal of raising $130,000.00! Coshocton County continues to be a “Club Relay” by being in the top 50 relays in Ohio (out of 250). Coshocton is a place where so many people have been affected by cancer and people continue to support the American Cancer Society’s fight to end this dreaded disease. Our theme this year is “Believe” and it focuses on how we all need to believe that a cure for cancer is in sight. As you walk around the fairgrounds this year, you will see how our survivors, caregivers, families and our community “believe” that cancer will be defeated! We are proud to say that we have 54 teams who support our event through all their fundraising efforts, hard work and dedication throughout the year. We can’t thank them enough for making Coshocton’s Relay the great success it continues to be year after year. Please join us on Friday, May 14th for the 15th Annual Relay For Life. Opening ceremonies begin at 6:00p.m. and the traditional Luminaria candle lighting ceremony will be held at 9:00 p.m. on Friday, May 14th. During the 24 hour event, we are excited to welcome several local bands, entertainers and our very own D.J. Dave Lear. Throughout the night and through the next day, we will be having karaoke, a Eucre Tournament, many creative theme laps, a Veggie Cart Derby, the famous Miss Relay contest and Purse Auction, the Cake, Quilt and Craft Auction, Jodi Seibert’s Dance Group and even a Three-Legged Race! Also, we will again honor our Armed Forces, elected officials and first responders at Noon on Saturday, May 15th. Our honorary chairs for this year will be recognized during the opening ceremony on Friday evening at 6:00p.m. Because cancer affects so many victims, families and friends, we encourage everyone, survivor or not, to please come out and support Coshocton County’s efforts to raise money to defeat the terrible ugly disease of cancer.

See you on the track!!

local school Choirs to open Relay Students from all three area high school choirs along with some junior high choir members will join together in song to present this year’s opening theme song; “Believe”, penned by Sheldon Mencer. The opening ceremony will be at 6 pm on Friday, May 14 on the main stage at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds.

Sheldon Mercer

Believe

Words & Music By: Sheldon Wade Mencer Tyndall Lane Music/ASCAP January 22 & 23, 2010

What’s that up ahead… looking through your tears A mountain of doubts… a river of fears Stand on your faith…hold on to hope Never let go…never let go! Chorus: Believe…and nothing is impossible Believe…any mountain you can climb Believe…no river is uncrossable Doubts disappear…fears will flee… when we believe!

Opening Program Schedule – Friday, May 14 - 6:00 p.m. Official Welcome – Kim Gress & Emily Kobel [Event Chairs] National Anthem – Cheryl Pieter Pledge of Allegiance – River View FFA Chapter Opening Prayer – Mark Granger of New Life Ministries Church Relay Proclamation – County Commissioners ACS Welcome – Tim Callahan Survivor Well Wishes – Rick Merrell Caregiver Recognition – Lori Hahn Relay Theme Song – Sheldon Mencer & Combined High School Choirs

Honorary Chair Recognition & Ribbon Cutting – Emily Kobel Survivor Lap Start – Emily Kobel • Our Survivor Song “The Edge” by Dan Mitchell • Theme Song Reprise by Sheldon Mencer and Choir Caregiver Lap - Emily Kobel Planting of Survivor Flags Team Processional – Sandy Jones

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6 - 7:30 p.m. Opening Ceremonies - Prayer, Choirs, Ribbon Cutting, Survivor Lap, Care Giver, Lap, Team Processionals at Main Stage Area 7 - 9 p.m. Survivor Reception, food and music for survivors at the Commercial Building. 7:30 - 9 p.m. Entertainment: Maxine Metheney Band at Main Stage Area 9 - 9:15 p.m. Captain T-shirt Style Show

10 - 11:30 p.m. Entertainment: Northern Tradition at Main Stage Area 10 p.m. - ?

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Midnight – 2 a.m. A -Euchre Tournament–Each Team bring your own cards at Commercial Building. Midnight - ?

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12:30 - 1 a.m. Family - Light up the Night Lap – use lights on person at Main Stage Area 1 - 1:30 a.m. Family – Reverse Lap at Main Stage Area 1:30 - 2 a.m. Family - 1950’s Lap at Main Stage Area 2 – 3 a.m. Adult – Dodge Ball at Commercial Building

4 – 4:30 a.m. Family - Wake up the Night Lap at Main Stage Area 4:30 – 5 a.m. Family – Believe in the Silver Lining Lap at Main Stage Area 5:00 – 5:30 a.m. Family – Don’t be Board Hat Lap at Main Stage Area 5 – 6 a.m. Adult – Tug of War at Game Area 6 – 7 a.m. Kids - Hula Hoop Challenge at Main Stage Area

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8 – 9 a.m. Kids - Veggie Derby: kids bring veggies to make your car here or make at home and bring the car to the derby at Commercial Building 8:30 – 10 a.m. Adults – Corn Hole Tournament at Game Area 9 – 10 a.m. Entertainment : Walhonding Rube Band at Main Stage Area 10 a.m. - ? Miss Relay and Purse Auction at Main Stage Area

11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Voting for Cakes - People’s Choice and Kid’s Choice at Commercial Building 11 a.m. – Noon Kids – Punt, Pass & Kick Contest Race track Infield 11 a.m. – Noon Entertainment : Marjorie Tidrick at Main Stage Area

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Noon: Armed Forces Ceremony NO ONE ON THE TRACK Have ½ Team at Stage 1 – 2 p.m. Family – Obstacle Course at Game Area

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3 – 3:45 p.m. Entertainment : Mel Wallace featuring Dance ~N~ Boots at Main Stage Area 3 – 4 p.m. Family – Water Balloon Toss at Game Area 4 – 5 p.m. Entertainment : Kevin Oliver “The Cash Man” at Main Stage Area 4 – 5 p.m. Family – Three Legged Race at Game Area

the Relay for life experience Cancer has touched everyone in some way or another in the community. To celebrate the survivors and remember the victims, Coshocton County will be having their 15th annual Relay for Life on Friday, May 14 Saturday, May 15. This 24-hour event begins at the Fairgrounds at 6 p.m. on Friday. Each year, the Relay for Life committee works long hours to make this event happen and to help raise money for the cure. There are 35 people on the committee, which help to plan the survivor banquet, write press releases for media, fundraising, sign up teams, and plan the event. “The committee is the glue that holds everything together,” said Kim Gress, co-chairperson of the event and cancer survivor, “and I have the best committee ever.” Although the committee has a lot of responsibilities, all members

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are organized and committed to their work. This year’s goal is to raise $135,000, and the more than 50 teams have been hard at work with fundraising to reach that goal. Teams raise money throughout the year with various fundraisers including bake sales, car washes, selling candy bars, and the spaghetti dinner. The results of how much money raised will be announced during the event. “The whole process is unbelievable,” said Kim, “I’ve never been involved in anything where people are so committed.” Coshocton County is considered a Club Relay in Ohio. To be a Club Relay, each individual county in the state must raise at least $100,000. Coshocton County also has a phenomenal amount of committee members. Most counties only have four to ten people on their committee. Coshocton County has 35. Each Relay meeting in the county usually has up to 50 people in attendance. “I don’t think people in Coshocton County realize how special Coshocton County is,” said Kim. Relay for Life is about giving back to the community. Two local songwriters have written two original songs for this year’s Relay as well. “I like to give back to the community,” said Emily Kobel, cochairperson of the event, “It gives me that warm, fuzzy feeling because everyone is affected by cancer and the American Cancer Society has done so much. Who hasn’t been touched by cancer? Every year, they’re making advances, but it’s still here. It doesn’t know race, creed, or religion. It can take anyone.” “I’ve made friends who will last a lifetime because of the fun we’ve had through this whole Relay process,” said Kim. Emily also urges anyone who is not a part of Relay this year to come on down to the Fairgrounds anyway and see what it’s all about. She’s hoping that it might inspire you to get involved next year. Relay for Life will begin Friday, May 14 at 6 p.m. at the Fairgrounds and end Saturday, May 15 at 6 p.m.

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When Rose Shortt was diagnosed with cancer, her doctors gave her a year to live. Scared, and with a small child in her care, she decided not to give up hope and began to fight. Twenty-four years later, she is still going strong. Rose was first diagnosed with Hotchkins lymphoma in 1986. She recalls being absolutely devastated when she first found out. She had a young child and didn’t know where to turn. Luckily, her mother helped her through the rough times. Unfortunately, Rose can’t be a part of Relay for Life this year because of other commitments, but she says that the event is good for the research. For example, when Rose first learned of her cancer, she used experimental drugs for treatment. Now, these drugs are used every day to help fight cancer. If it hadn’t been for that research used to develop these experimental drugs, Rose might not have won her battle. She credits these drugs as helping to save her life. “That little voice is always in the back of your mind saying, ‘What if?’,” said Rose, “You just live every day as it comes.” Some of Rose’s family members, including her uncles, sisters, and cousin have been diagnosed with cancer. Some have lost their lives due to this disease. And Rose has suffered right along with them. “I don’t think my family and co-workers realize how much they help,” said Rose. Although Rose can’t be a part of Relay this year, she says it’s good for the research and for making more people aware of the disease. She also said it’s always nice to meet a cancer survivor like herself.

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Competing for a cause With over 50 teams in this year’s Relay for Life program, there are a variety of reasons why people chose to join or create a team of their own. Whether they are cancer survivors or had family and friends lose their lives to cancer, they all come together for one weekend with one purpose: to find a cure for what is quickly becoming an epidemic. One team has only been around for a little over a month. Team Time Warner Cable in Coshocton decided to start a Relay team when their tech supervisor had a family member who had been diagnosed with cancer. So far, they have 18 people on their team consisting of staff and co-workers. After they received their kit in March, they started their work and began asking for donations. Patty Walters, Team Captain, says she feels like she’s missed out with a lot of fundraising opportunities because of being such a young team. However, if this year goes well, she plans on continuing their team next year. “It’s been a lot of hard work,” she said, “but it looks like it’s going to be fun. We’re like a family here at Time Warner Cable. We’ve been here a long time. We thought this was something we could do to come together and help raise money for a good cause.” Family Heartaches is another fairly new team in Relay. They’ve been around for a couple of years and have had a lot of family members pass away from cancer. Denise DeWitt is the team captain and also a survivor. Her team has 68 members, all family and friends. This team has had all different kinds of fundraisers throughout the year. Everything from sack lunches, a car wash, raffle, and yard sales to selling homemade key chains, jewelry and bookmarks. Their goal was $1500 and they have already exceeded that goal.

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Denise said being team captain was a little more challenging than she originally thought. “It’s more than we thought it would be,” she said, “coming up with fundraiser ideas and figuring out a way to decorate our tent.” Denise also commented how time consuming the paperwork was. Miracles Around the Corner is also another family team in Relay. They have been involved with Relay for the past five years. Their team captain, Mary Carnes, has been involved with the program for a decade. In 2000, her brother was diagnosed with brain cancer. She originally started with another team and then branched off into her own team, which consists of 16 – 20 members. In the five years they have been a team, they have raised an impressive $41,444 for the American Cancer Society. Last year, they raised $10,000 and were 5th out of about 50 teams. With the addition of bake sales and candy bar sales, Team Miracle Around the Corner also raffled off a Wii last Christmas that they had received at last year’s Relay for raising $10,000. The Wii brought in $750 for the team. Since the Wii was free, all monies raised were able to go toward Relay. They also sold 1800 candy bars, which is a great feat considering they are a small team. Mary said that even though the economy is bad, her team still receives great support from the community. In a way, the teams are competing against each other, but it’s all for one purpose. “If you can come in town for Relay weekend, it’s really something to see first-hand,” said Mary. Relay for Life weekend will be Friday, May 14 starting at 6 p.m. and ends Saturday, May 15 at 6 p.m. The event will be at the fairgrounds.

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Abernethy, Chris Caleb, Lydia & Jo Anna Abernethy, Chris Dana Adams, Kay Casey & Judi Jones Adkins, Fannie Kayla & Jewelynn Walker Adkins, Mike Sue & Jeff Oswald Adkins, Ruth Ellen Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Albaugh, James Phil Covic Albertson, Robert Dawn Bice Albertson, Robert Patty Albertson Aldrich, Valerie Cathy Ames Alexander, Opal Keith Hazlett Alford, Ruth Lucille Ridenbaugh Ames, Troy Jim Ames & Amanda Ames Anderson, John G.L. Daughter Lisa Anderson Anderson, Paul Wife Peg & Family Armbruster, Jennie Annonymus Armstrong, Rosemary Jones Metal/Jones Zylon Ashby, Tom Ridgewood Staff Asire, Janice Kevin, Amy, Kendra & Kyle Lowe Babcock, Nancy Jamie & Courtney Babcock Babcock, Stevens Martha Dawn, Justice & Judy Reed Babington, Henrilu Karen Erman Bair, Diane Norm Bair Bantum, Kenneth Janice Bantum Bantum, Dick Joseph Bordenkircher Barnett, Robert Judy Winterringer Barrick, Mary Karin Moran & Family Barringer, Jenette Regina Bryant Barringer, Monty Regina Bryant Bates, Carl Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Baumgardner, Chet LucyJo Baumgardner Baumgardner, C. Chester Jill Fry Bechtol, Hazel George Bechtol Family Beck, Laura Duane & Wanda Beck Bell, Alice Beth Clary Beretich, Dean Love Pat, Deena, Amanda & Amber Best, Debbie Love Jamie, LES & Matthew Bettis, Harold Kay Davis Bible , Jack Chad & Christy Bible & Family Bible, Jack Patty Bible Bible, Jack T.J. & Debbie Bible & Family Bible, Louise Gene & Dee Lynn Grace Bintz, Mary Lucille Ridenbaugh Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Gary & Jackie Middlemus Blackson, Jackie Ginger Elliott Blaho, Francis Bob & Karen Blaho Blaho, Ed Bob & Karen Blaho Blair, Russell Love Deloris Boatman, Nikkalee Kris Boatman Bodkin, Terri Hugh & Jean Lawrence Bolden, Dorothy Missy Wilson Bonsteel, Naomi Darlene Patterson Booth, Harrison E. Amanda Dugan Borden, Rick Kevin, Amy, Kendra & Kyle Lowe Border, Melissa Linda & Bob Ashcraft Bradford, Shirley Judy Winterringer Bradford, Stephen M. (Earl) Lisa Mowery Bradford, William (Bill) Lisa Mowery Bradford, Helen Donny Bradford Brady, John Cathy Ames Brandel, Marion C. Beth Clary Brandel, Richard L. Beth Clary Brandel, Col. Ralph E. Beth Clary Braniger, Randy Tom Branstetter, Alana Gary’s Muffler & Tire Shop Branstetter, Alana JoLea & Milena Cognion Branstetter, Alana Love Aunt Kaye Branstetter, Alana Maxine Branstetter Bratton, Mildred L. Family Brillhart, Jim Bev Brillhart Brillhart, Jim Jack & Rose Brillhart Brillhart, Jim Jamie Thomas Brillhart, Mildred Bev Brillhart Brillhart, Jim Tim & Angie Eberhard Brillhart, Jim Cathy Ames Brink, Richard Pat Eckelberry & Family Brink, Richard Pat Eckelberry & Family Brink, Richard Ron & Jeannette Davis Brinkerhoff, Lillian Lila Jarvis Brobston, Mildred I. Richard & Sharla Bradford Brown, Bill Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Bryan, Judy Nola Jean Bell Bryan, Mary Cathy Walsh

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Hudson, Cathy Terry & Mary McFerren Huey, Donna Jean Lori Robb & Family Huey, Benny Joyce Johnson Huey, Benny Lori Robb & Family Huggins, Norma Huggins Family Hughes, Wayne Wife Mary Hunt, Marlan (Bud) Mell McCormick Jarvis, Gerald Lila Jarvis Jennings, Cecil Cher Catrow Jesus, Christ Gavin & Liz Johnson, Wilma Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Johnson, Wilma Linda Johnson Johnson, William Ron Johnson Jones, Grandma Peggy Bobbi, Jimi, Mia, Jaymz Allen Jones , Mom Peggy Susie & Art Swauger Jones, Harold Wade & Arlene Fry Jones , Clara Janet Swaney Jordan, Jean Shelby Morris Jordis, Velenthol Dave Lear & Mary Countryman Kanuckel, Jack R. Phoebe Kanuckel Kanuckel, Jack Michael Baker Kaser, Ethel John & Connie Douglas Katches, Lloyd Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Kaufman, Aunt Bell Karen Farley Kaufman, “Annebel” Martha Gary & Jackie Middlemus Kelly, Jack Wade & Arlene Fry Kendall, Graham Heather Kendall Kendall, Graham Shannon Devore Kinner, Merv River View High School Staff Kirker, Herbert Shirley Kirker Kirkpatrick, Roger Tom Kitchen, Bethel Darlene Patterson Kitchen, Eliza Darlene Patterson Kitchen, Bethel Duane & Wanda Beck Kittle, Bill Jan Fallon Klein , James Stewart Lori Klein Robinson Kobel, Mozelle Bryan & Michelle Carroll Kobel, Mariam Jim & Cathy Kobel Kobel, Mozelle Emily Kobel Kohl, Mary Sheila Reigle Kohl, Mary E. Jerry & Donna Bowman Kokovich, Pezel Chuck Rinkes Family Kokovich, Judy Chuck Rinkes Family Kresnye, Elizabeth Elizabeth Kunze LaFollette, Junior Ron & Sheri Everhart Lahna, Nancy Francis & Karen Lahna Lahna, Carlos Angie, Rob, Michael & Lindsey Ashcraft Lahna, Carlos Chuck & Marcia Mourer Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Leeann Carnes & Family Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Leeann Carnes & Family Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Leeann Carnes & Family Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Leeann Carnes & Family Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Leeann Carnes & Family Lahna, Carlos Cliff & Mary Carnes Lahna, Carlos Dan & Johanna Mizer Lahna, Carlos Donna Lahna Lahna, Carlos Heather & Cassie Mladek Lahna, Carlos Jack & Cecilia Chapman Lahna, Carlos John & Annette Wyler Lahna, Carlos John, Jody & Kyle Roach Lahna, Anthony Joyce Bordenkircher Lahna, Carlos Kenny & Karen Patterson Lahna, Carlos Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Lahna, Carlos Matthew & Melissia Mourer Lahna, Carlos Renee A. Smith Lahna, Anthony Sarah Lahna Lahna, Robert Sarah Lahna Lahna, Eileen Sarah Lahna Laird, Lois Dick & Chris Dile Lambert, Bob Karen Koppel Lauer, Colleen Joyce Johnson Lauer, Lola Joyce Johnson Lauvray, Dick & Liz Eick, Francis; Tom & June Lauvray Lawrence, Mary Daugherty John & Judy McKee Lawrence, Mary Ellen Ruth Opphile & Family Leach, Mary Lou Melissa Corwin Lear, Vicki Dave Lear & Mary Countryman Lear, Tom Dave Lear & Mary Countryman Leasure, Russell Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Leasure, Lealand June Leasure Leech, Dorothy Nancy Lapp Legge, John Mary Lee Legge Leiendecker, Garry Phil Covic Leindecker, Garry Karen Erman Leindecker, Garry Larry Leindecker Leindecker, Garry Cathy Ames Leindecker, Garry Ridgewood Staff & Students Leland, Leasure,

Brother James Sheneman & Brother in Law Betty Finnell Lessig, Don Mary Lessig Lewis, Jack Patti Lewis Lewis, Jack Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Lightner, Madeline Teresa & Loran Fry Lillibridge, Phyllis Cheryl Lillibridge Littler, Ralph Tammi Rogers Lorenz, John Cathy Ames Lucille, Scott & Leah Florence Ellen Jamison Lyons, William “Bill” Christie Nelson Macewan, Audrey Gladys Roadruck Madison, Donald (Deacon) Carol Madison Madison, Donald (Deacon) Jamie & Bobby Crozier Madison, Donald (Deacon) Scott Madison, Denise Dewitt & Dawn (Dee) Madison Madison, Donald (Deacon) Scott, Judy & Scotty Madison Madison Sr., Jeffrey Carol Madison Madison Sr., Jeff (Maddog) Scott, Judy & Scotty Madison Madison Sr., Jeffrey Son Jeff, Daughter-in-law Kelli & Grandkids Madison Sr., (Maddog) Jeffrey, Wife Lynne, Daughter Brandi & Grandchildren Mahon, Ruth Nancy & Howard Scott Marcum, Edith Joanna (Marcum) Carnes Marcum, Gladys Joanna (Marcum) Carnes Mardis, Paul W. Phyllis Fisher Mardis, Patsy S. Phyllis Fisher Mason, Ron Anna Mae & Bud Glazier Mason, Ron Larry & Becky Pepper Masters, Norma Jean (Sook) Gary & Jackie Middlemus Masters, Norma Jean (Sook) Karen Farley Maston, Earl ( Butch) Sharon Maston Matthews, Clarence “Clancy” Sheila Reigle Mattison, Mary Olivia Wells Mattison, Mary Karin Moran & Family Mattison, Mary Keith Watson Mattison, Mary River View High School Staff Maxwell, Jalamae Robert & Georgia Summit May, Denise Juanita Maust McBride, Lisa Joyce Johnson McCleary, Marjorie Jones Metal / Jones Zylon McClure, Joanna Heather Kendall McClure, Joanna Jim & Jayne McClure McClure, Joanna Jim & Jayne McClure McClure, Joanna Jim & Jayne McClure McClure, Joanna Dean Hettinger McCormick, Charles Robert Eunice McCormick, Ruth Eunice McCormick, Charles Robert Chris Barrick & Melissa (Barrick) Thompson McCormick, Ruth Jason, Melissa, Haley & Justin McCoy, Mildred Amy & Kevin McCoy McCoy, Jeanie Mike & Malinda Baker McCoy, Mildred Janet Mosier McCune, Chuck Jeanie Stokes McElroy, Betty Chuck Rinkes Family McFarland, James Bryan & Joanna Reeb McFarland, Jim Carl & Joyce Davis McFarland, James Courtney & Danielle Crown McFarland, James Darrin, Stephanie & Foster Reeb McFarland, James Jacy Todd McFarland, James Kim & Mary Jo Wells McFarland, James Margie McFarland McFarland, James Max & Rhonda Crown McFarland, James Megan Todd McFarland, James Rita Joy Reeb McFarland, James Steven Todd McFarland, James F. Julie McFarland McFarland, James F. Randy & Peggy McFarland McGrady, Carol Phil McGrevey, Lavida John & Marty Darling McKee, Geneva John & Judy McKee McKee, Geneva Donna Jean & Jerry Bowman McKight, Sonja Larry & Carolyn Emerson McMillen, Trudy Family McPeak, D. Michael Smoulder Family McRoberts, Dewey “Mac” Kayla & Kaitlyn Goodwill McVay, Roxane Amy, Sarah & Noah Stockdale McVay, Roxane Brian, Andrea & Anna Powell & Cody Carnes McVay, Roxane Brian, Andrea & Anna Powell & Cody Carnes McVay, Roxane Gladys Ogle McVay, Roxane Jamie Thomas McVay, Roxane Joyce Guthrie

McVay, Roxane Kelly Miller McVay, Roxane Tonda Sapp McVay, Roxane Janet Mosier McVay, Roxane Angie Phillips McVay, Roxane Christy Nicely McVay, Roxane Mike & Ana Adams Mencer, Clifford Delores Finnell Mencer, Klines Delores Finnell Mencer, William Cheryl, Chuck, Jetta Mencer, Evelyn Cheryl, Chuck, Jetta Mercer, Jenny Dave Rice Mercer, Jenny Jimmy & Kellie Nelson Michael, Jimmy Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Michilti, Margie Smoulder Family Mickunas, Jerry Joann Crawford Miller, Ivan A. Bro. Monroe Miller Miller, Kay McKee John & Judy McKee Miller, Jim Mary Miller Miller, Raymond Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Miller, Irene Melissa Stoddard Montgomery, Linda Eric & Pam Addy Moore, Shirley Dianne Wilson Moore, Ronnie Jack Lowe Moore, Ronald The Moore Family Moore, Todd Dinty & Sandra Moore Moore, Clarence Dinty & Sandra Moore Moore, Eddie Dinty & Sandra Moore Moore, Charles Darlene Moore Mounts, Susie Arron & Jeremiah Mounts, Suzanne Debbie & Susie Mounts Mounts, Suzanne Paul Mounts Mounts, Susie Eunice Mounts, Susie Jason, Melissa, Haley & Justin Mourer, Charles Charlie, Amy, Tyler, Amber & Jacob Mourer Mourer, Charles Chuck & Marcia Mourer Mulligan, Janet Ed Mulligan Mulligan, Janet Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Murray, Vivian Cheryl Lillibridge Murray, Richard Sara Murray Murray, Richard Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Nagel, Elmer Annonymus Neighbor, Marlin Marie Spang Neighbor, Marlin Annonymus Nethers, Shelly Judy Moran Noon, Ruth Ann Your Daughters Norman, Billy Mom & Dad Norman, Don Lavonne Parkhill Norris, Dewey Carolyn Chaney & Family Norris, Sue Keith Watson Ogle, Robert J. Brian, Andrea & Anna Powell & Cody Carnes Ogle, Robert J. Brian, Andrea & Anna Powell & Cody Carnes Ogle, Uncle Bob Kelly Miller Olinger, Dixie Legge Joe Legge Olinger, Dixie Legge Kathy Legge Rowe Olinger, Bob & Betty Lucille Ridenbaugh Olinger, Dixie Legge Mary Lee Legge Olinger, Dixie Legge Pam Legge Grubbs Olinger, Dixie Beau Richesson Olinger, Dixie Cory Richesson Olinger, Dixie Scott Shroyer Olinger, Dixie Seth Richesson Olinger, Dixie Sheri Shaw Parks , Thelma L. Betty & Gary Mullens & Family Parks , Thelma L. Shirley & Larry Guinther & Family Parr, Benjamin Franklin Darla Van Fossen Parry, Kay Louise Harding Patterson, Harry Lowell & Lela Smailes Patterson, Harry Patty Bible Patterson, Maude Darlene Patterson Pepper, Larry Becky Pepper Pew, Mitch Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Philabaum, Wilmer Becky Jennings Phillabaum, Paul & Norma Paul Phillabaum Poland, Chester Darcy & Scott Poland Poland, Joyce Darcy & Scott Poland Pollock, Tina Gorden Arney Pollock, Tina John & Annette Wyler Pollock, Tina Ridgewood Staff & Students Porteus, Janette R. Brent, Debbie, Amy & Beth Porteus Potter, JoAnn Dave & Linda St. Clair Potter, Leroy Dave & Linda St. Clair Powell, Craig Jacob, Alex, Chelsey Powell, Craig Mom & Ron Pritchard, Sandra Mother Probst, Gene John, Jody & Kyle Roach Prosek, Laura Joe & Pat Prosek

In Memory of Donor Pyle, Derick Robert & Georgia Summit Rachiele, Dorthy Pam Legge Grubbs Ramsey, Millie Pam Ramsey Ramsey, Bob Smoulder Family Randles, Jim Pam & Chris Shroyer, Trish & Butch Fisher Rataiczak, Rose Tom, Karen & Erika Edwards Ratcliffe, Kathy Keven Racliffe Reid, Ida Karen Fry Reigle, Virginia “Sissy” Sheila Reigle Renner, William A. Shad, Stormy, Lexi & Raven Rice, Foster O. Son Rice Bill & Lincoln David, Rosemary & Matthew Turner Rice, John Cathy Ames Rice, Lincoln Pam Morrison Rice, Bill Pam Morrison Rich, Les & Freda Nancy McNemar Richesson, Hap Seth Richesson Richissin, Richard (Dick) Ruth Ann Richissin Ridenbaugh, Margaret John & Christi Hondel Ridenbaugh, Dutch Arlene & Judy Hardesty Ridenbaugh, Dutch Lucille Ridenbaugh Ridenbaugh, Arthur “Dutch” Rod, Abby & Emily Hardesty Ridenbaugh, Dutch Steve & Barb Ridenbaugh Ridenbaugh, Dutch Tom & Bev Hardesty Ridenbaugh, Arthur Wayne, Rhonda, Dylan & Kaylee Simpson Riffle, Patty Love & Miss You Donna Riffle, Patty Love Always Donnie, Brenda, Lance & Kiesa Riffle, Patty Love Your Daughters Brenda Howell & Donna Pape Riffle, Patty Love Your Grandchildren Lance & Kiesa Howell Riffle, Patty Love Your Husband Tom Rine, Holly Heather Kendall Rine, Holly Jill Collins Ringwalt, Pat Darla Van Fossen Rinkes Sr., Bill Chuck Rinkes Family Roadruck, Elena Gladys Roadruck Roahrig, Dollie Frank Roahrig Robb, Margaret Lori Robb & Family Roberts, Julia Webb Alan Roberts Robinson, Jeffrey Beth Clary Roenbaugh, Earl Dave & Lynn Roenbaugh Ross, Robert Mark Sharrock Rowe Family Love, Gracie McComas Rummler, Jeannette C. Beth Clary Rupert, Patty Rick, Julie, Ben & Natalie Uhl Salmans, Jimmy Love Mom Salmans, Uncle Jimmy Love Stephen James, Katie & Tara Salmons Salmans, Jimmy Love Todd & Jackie Salmans, Jimmy Momma Booth, Malinda & Boothie Salmans, Jimmy Todd Salmans Family Saunders, Vivian Williams Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Saunders, Vivian Williams Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Carson Saunders, Shirley Kevin Evans Saunders, Ruth Randy & Peggy McFarland Saxton, Jack Browns Backers Saxton, Shirley Teresa & Loran Fry Saxton, Jack Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Scarbro, Ivan Jim & Debbie Foster Scheetz, Eileen Debbie Scheetz Scheetz, Dorthy Dennis Scheetz Scherer, Carl Bill, Carla & Aimee Ott Schlarb, Karma Lavonne Parkhill Schumaker, Ruth Paul Schumaker Scott, Marilyn Hugh & Jean Lawrence Seegers, Mildred Delores Finnell Shalosky, William Joseph Bordenkircher Sharier, Bill Bill, Kim, Chris & Dakota Daugherty Shaw , J.V. “Jiggs” Jill Shaw Hoberg Shaw , Jiggs Kathy Stone Shaw , Jeane Shawn Shaw Sheneman, Jim Jeanetta Sheneman Shivers, Regis Don & Mary Shivers Jimmy & Kellie Nelson Shivers, Regis Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Smalley, George Elaine Jensen Smalley, George John & Christi Hondel Smith, Lewis Joseph Bordenkircher Smith, Carol (Hunt) Renee A. Smith Smith, Betty Bill & Connie Smith, Edie Harris & Families Smith, Louie Melissa, Bill, Connie Smith, Edie Harris & Families


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In Memory of Donor

Sutherland, Steve Teresa & Loran Fry Swartz, Anna Donna Strain Swinehart, Carl Cindy Kaiser Sylvester, Cindy Sam & Brenda Mesier Sylvester, Cindy Angela Jennings Taylor, Walter & Florence Carl & Joyce Davis Taylor, John Doreen Taylor Taylor, Ernest Ron Johnson Theresa, Lucas Joyce Johnson Thomas, John F. Famly of John Thomas Thomas, Larry Terry & Sharry Thomas, Max Drew Prater Thomas, Helen Drew Prater Thresh, Kenneth Janice Bantum Timmons, David Jeremy & Beau & Kristi & Harper & Cynthia Timmons Tipton, Ella Sue Dave & Lynn Roenbaugh Touvelle, Virginia Louise Harding Troendly, Paul Joseph Bordenkircher Truex, Francis Fanny Arnold Truex, Virginia Fanny Arnold Turner, Bill & Jean Ruth & Ron Lahna Turner, Doris David, Rosemary & Matthew Turner Turner, Grace Wilma Richard Uher, Jim Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Unger, William E. Joann Unger Unger, Bill “Bumper” Mark & Jan Everhart Unger, Jackie Cathy Ames VanFossen , Clara Mae & Gerald Debbie & Ron Hardesty VanSickle, Bobby Cindy & Jerry Price Voegtly, James Rick, Julie, Ben & Natalie Uhl

Voegtly, Jerry Rick, Julie, Ben & Natalie Uhl Vos, David Casey & Judi Jones Walker, Ray Doreen Taylor Walker, Bob Scott McCoy Wall, Don Dan & Donna Croy & Darlene Wall Waller, Jenny Gavin & Liz Walsh, Barbara The Walsh Family Walsh, Walter Steve Walsh Walsh, Robert Steve Walsh Walters, Betty Gene & Dee Lynn Grace Walters, Betty Jill Shaw Hoberg Walters, Betty Karen, Kathy & Greg Waters, Bill & Shirley Lavonne Parkhill Watson, Amy Darr Sue & William Darr Wearsch, Julie Coworker Andrea Schweitzer Wearsch, Julie Jan Fallon Wearsch, Julie Phil Weaver, Bob Gary & Mary Wright Weaver, Bob Shirley Weaver & Family Webb, Eleanor Keil Alan Roberts Welch & Other Family Members,Kathy Linda Burrier Welker, Martha Jim & Norma Shroyer Wells, Lois Porteus Linda Wells Welsh, Woody Beth Loomis Wentz, Ruth Anne Robert & Katina Wilson & Family Whitis, Jim Lynette Whitis Wiggins, Loy Christie Bell Wilde, Lucille Phil Covic Wilden, Raymond Sandra Mitchell Williams, Brandon Sharon Aronhalt Williams, Annette Kirsten McPeck

Williamson, Karen Wiggins Kathy Tisko Wills, Randy Darrin, Stephanie & Foster Reeb Wills, Randy Bill & Cathy Williamson Wilson, William Love Marlene Wilson, Eleanor Love Marlene Wilson, Randy Amanda Wilson Wilson, Paul Missy Wilson Wilson, Tessie Missy Wilson Wilson, Cecil Sharon Maston Wilson, Gaylon G. His Family Wilson, Patricia Joyce Johnson Wilson, Lourene Sam & Brenda Mesier Wilson, Eleanor A. Todd Salmans Family Wilson, William H. Todd Salmans Family Wilson, Randy Pam Morrison Wolfarth, Dick Edith Bolen Wolford, Dawn Janine Kaufman Wolverton, Joan Michael Baker Woodie, Bower Dusty Michelle & Boys Woods, Marlene Annonymus Wright, Sheila Bud & Andrea Yaw Wright, Gerald D. Gary & Jackie Middlemus Wright, Gerald D. Gary, Mary & Family Wright, Carlos Greg & Brenda Akers Wright, Gerald D. Pat Wright Wright, Carlos Helen McCoy Wright, Debbie Stacey Brenly Wright, Darlene Mona Williams Young, Everett “Jim” Linda Wells Zeigler, Floyd Jean Zeigler Zeigler, Floyd Jean Zeigler Ziegler, Floyd Shorty Ziggy John Cunningham

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

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In Honor of Donor

DeLong, Connie Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Carson DeLong, Jim Connie DeLong DeLong, Jim Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Dewitt, Denise Carol Madison Dewitt, Denise Jamie & Bobby Crozier Dile, Cathy Dick & Chris Dile Dorsey, Pat Browns Backers Dorsey, Sharon Gary & Amber & Family Dorsey, Sharon Browns Backers Dorsey, Sharon Ron Johnson Dorsey, Sharon PJ Dorsey Doughty, Kathy Michael Baker Downing, Holly Tammy Hopper Dunlap, Jackson Beth Clary Eberwine, Robert Marilyn Wyler Eckelberry, James Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Carson Eckelberry, James Mr. & Mrs. Jim DeLong Eckelberry, Jim Lauren Johnson & Family Eckelberry, Jim Jane Ann Eckelberry Eckelberry, Jimmy Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Edmunds, Rick L. Edmunds Family Eick, Marge Brenda Barringer Elson, Diane Dennis Scheetz Emerson, Barb Larry & Carolyn Emerson Evans, Diedra L. Christa Evans Fellows, Victoria Cathy Ames Fisher, Brad Pam & Chris Shroyer, Trish & Butch Fisher Fitch, Irene Susan Fitch Ford, Eleanor Rita Joy Reeb Fortune, Robert “Pinky” Shirley Fortune & Family Frazier, Chloe John & Connie Douglas Fry, Glenn Ashcraft Family Fry, Karen Ashcraft Family Fry, Karen Lauren & Jessica Johnson Fry, Teresa Coshocton Village Inn & Suites Team Goodwill, Maria Kayla & Kaitlyn Goodwill, Maria Rita Joy Reeb Gorius, Karin B. Beth Clary Green, Marilyn Rita Joy Reeb Gress, Kim Kenny & Family Gress, Louella Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Gress, Marilyn Angie, Rob, Michael, Lindsey Ashcraft Gress, Marilyn Linda & Bob Ashcraft Gress, Mark Cathy Ames Grubbs, Pam Legge Joe Legge Grubbs, Pam Legge Kathy Legge Rowe Guilliams, Jill Rick, Missy, Zack, Laiken & Lyndsey Mills

In Honor of Donor

Guilliams, Jill Janet Mosier Guthrie, Judy Mike & Malinda Baker Guthrie, Judy River View High School Staff Hadrosky, Helen Bryan & Joanna Reeb Haight, Lois Carl & Joyce Davis Hains, Dick Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Hall, Annabelle Annonymus Hampton, Cheryl Kayla & Kaitlyn Goodwill Hardesty, Bev Arlene & Judy Hardesty Hardesty, Bev Lucille Ridenbaugh Hardesty, Bev Rod, Abby & Emily Hardesty Hardesty, Bev Wayne, Rhonda, Dylan & Kaylee Simpson Hardesty, Bev Tom Hardesty Hardesty, Beverly Lavonne Parkhill Hardesty, Max Kaye Andrews Hardesty, Ron Sr. Debbie & Ron Hardesty Hardesty, Ronnie Tom Hardesty Hardesty Family Jolea & Milena Cognion Harris, Judy Chuck & Kailee Harris Harris, Judy Harris Family Harstine, Anna Belle John & Annette Wyler Harstine, Anna Belle Marilyn Wyler Henderson, Charlotte River View High School Staff Hendley, Albert Beth Clary Hendley, Susan Beth Clary Holdsworth, Barbra Renee A. Smith Hunt, Bud Renee A. Smith Hylton, Kelley Joseph Bordenkircher Hylton, Kelly Jeanie Stokes Ianniello, Brenda Cathy Ames Johnson, Donna Heather Kendall Johnson, Donna Kathy Brillhart Johnson, Lauren Karen Fry Johnson, Lauren Bob & Marialice Mauch Johnson, Lauren Grandma & Papa Brown Johnson, Lauren Grandma Joyce Johnson, Lauren Jessica Johnson, Lauren Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Johnson, Lauren Mommy & Daddy Johnson, Ron Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Johnson, Ron Linda Johnson Jones, Lovey Darlene Moore Kaiser, Cindy Cindy Kaiser Kaiser, Cindy Lucille Ridenbaugh Kaiser, Cindy Tom & Bev Hardesty Kaiser, Lewis Cindy Kaiser Kaufman, Janine Rita Joy Reeb Kendall, Heather Missy Wilson Kent, Leisa Lori Klein Robinson Kent, Lucy Dale Kathy Legge Rowe

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In Honor of Donor Brooks, Janice Hugh & Jean Lawrence Brown, Bruce Love From Your Family Bryant, Regina Garrison, Morgan & Linday Bryant Buerkel, Elaine Joyce Buerkel Bullens, Fred Norma Grewe Butler, Cathy Kenny & Kim Gress Cadwell, John John & Jo Paazig Carnes, Elma Angie, Rob, Michael, Lindsey Ashcraft Casey, Allen Wade & Arlene Fry Casey, Barbara Danielle Casey Casey, Bill Danielle Casey Casey, Miriam Wade & Arlene Fry Casto, Connie Rob & Anita Timmons Catrow, Ivy Holt & Emig Families Chaney, Dicky Karen Farley Chaney, Richard “Dick” Gary & Jackie Middlemus Childress, Tracy L. Shad, Stormy, Lexi & Raven Christmas, Laura Kelly Sibert Conrad, Moe Emily Kobel Countryman, Hazel Dave Lear & Mary Countryman Courtright, Ruth Renee A. Smith Cox, Jean Clark Jill Shaw Hoberg Cox, Kay Nancy Murray Cox, LaVerne Coralee Cox Cox, Sabrina Joy Coralee Cox Cox, Tim Walter, Suzanne & Molly Shrimplin Craig , Shirley Mary Wright Darling, Linda Love, Mark & Julie Ames & Amber Beretich Darr, James E. Doug - Julie & Katie Davis, Frank Carl & Joyce Davis Davis, Frank Ron & Jeannette Davis Davis, Frank & Rosella Margie McFarland Davis, Frank & Rosella Rita Joy Reeb Davis, Jeannette Carl & Joyce Davis Davis, Jeannette Lori Robinette & Family Davis, Jeannette L. Frank & Rosella Davis Davis, Jeannette L. Frank & Rosella Davis Davis, Jeannette L. Ron Davis Davis, Kay Summer Davis Davis, Rosella Carl & Joyce Davis Davis, Rosella Carl & Joyce Davis Davis, Rosella Ron & Jeannette Davis Davis, Summer Kay Davis Davis, Susie Legge Mary Lee Legge Davitt, Cindy Ridgewood Staff DeLong, Connie Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry

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In Honor of Donor Adams, Jandi Bigrigg Bigrigg Family Albertson, Melody Fred & Agnes Bechtol Albertson, Melody Dawn Bice Albertson, Melody Patty Albertson Appis, Emilee Mark & Jan Everhart Armstrong, Mandy Annette Wyler Arnold, Gary Fanny Arnold Arnold, Mary Ann Wade & Arlene Fry Ashcraft, Linda Angie, Rob, Michael, Lindsey Ashcraft Asire, Jim Denny & Sue Adams Asire, Pam Denny & Sue Adams Bacon, Marjorie Cathy Ames Balo, Dennis Don & Mary Shivers - Jimmy & Kellie Nelson Barrick, Keith Karin Moran & Family Blackshear, Kim (Wright) The McFarland Family Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Aunt Paula Duling & Family Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Brian & Jennifer Nauman & Kids Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Gary & Mary Wright Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Gary Wright Jr. Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Grandma Pat Wright Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Greg, Mona Eick & Family Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) John & Jo Paazig Blackshear, Kimberly (Wright) Shirley Craig Blaho Bob Karen Blaho Blair, Chavonne Boyd Becky & Buck Stockum Borden , Rick Bob & Reva Borden Bordenkircher, Kelly Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Bordenkircher, Matthew Joseph Bordenkircher Bordenkircher, Matthew Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Bordenkircher, Matty Renee A. Smith Bordenkircher, Pamela Joseph Bordenkircher Botimer, Nellie Jim & Jayne McClure Bowman, Donna Brenda Barringer Bowman, Donna Bill & Shirley Bowman, Donna Pastor Stoddard & Melissa Bowman, Donna Jean John & Judy McKee Boyer, Bernice Becky & Buck Stockum Bradford, Dolly Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Brillhart, Jack Shelly Everhart Brillhart, Jack Steve Keirns Brillhart, Jack Bev Brillhart

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In Memory of Donor Smith Jr., Glenn Gene & Becky Eick Smoulder, George L. Smoulder Family Smyers, Lynn Mildred Smyers Solt, Luther Lisa Jones Sondles, Homer Betty Sondles Spring, Betty Niece Andrea Schweitzer Stagmyer, Floyd John, Barb & Scott Stagmyer Stalter, George Beth Clary Stalter, George Gloria & Family Stalter, George Nancy Zerbe & Family Stalter, George Wife Pauline Stephan, Kenny Pat, Glen, Sue, Kathy, Allen & Families Stephan, Kenny Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Stewart, Stu Jim & Cathy Kobel Stewart, Sue Jim & Cathy Kobel Stipes, Keith Browns Backers Stipes, Keith Michelle Stipes Stipes, Keith Sandra Mitchell Stiteler, Betty Judy Wilson Stockdale, Martha Tom & Cindy Stockdale Stockdale, Martha Amy, Sarah & Noah Stockdale Stockum, Myrtle Becky & Buck Stockum Stokes, Nancy Jean Miller Stokes, Ivan Tim & Jeanie Stokes Stoneburner, Ruth Mell McCormick Storms, Teresa Mona Williams Stottlemire, Parents Frank & Charlotte Shelly Webb Strange, Ruth Victor & Cathy Summit, William Robert & Georgia Summit


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Kimberley, Mary Bryan & Joanna Reeb Klein , Darlene Your Loving Brother & Sister - Phil & Shannon Williams & Family Knicely, Kurt Bella & Carter Knicely Knicely, Kurt Jennifer Knicely Knicely, Kurt Lori Nichols Knuth, Sandy River View High School Staff Kobel, Cathy Bryan & Michelle Carroll Kobel, Cathy Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Kunze, Elizabeth Connor & Kaylee Laaper, Renale Heather Kendall Lahna, Donna Heather & Cassie Mladek; Rex & Reece Slaughter Lahna, Donna John, Jody & Kyle Roach Lahna, Donna Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Lahna, Donna Renee A. Smith Laudick, Vicki Charlotte Henderson Laurie’s Mom Debbie Miller Lawrence, Amy Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Lawrence, Hugh “Skip” Hugh & Jean Lawrence Lawrence, Jim Ruth Opphile & Family Lawrence, Jim Hillary Lawrence, Josh & Kathy Bigrigg Leach, Brownie Melissa Corwin Lee, Kevin Kenny & Pat Crown Levengood, Betty Cathy Ames Lillibridge, Cheryl Debbie Scheetz Lillibridge, Jackie Rita Joy Reeb Limbacher, Marlene Wade & Arlene Fry Lowe, Doris Duane & Wanda Beck Lowe, Jack Alan, Janette, Kellya Donaker Lowe, Jack Kevin, Amy, Kendra & Kyle Lowe Lowe, Jack Kenn & Melody Lowe Lowe, Melody Alan, Janette, Kellya Donaker Lowe, Melody Kenn & Melody Lowe Lower, Linda Cindy, Jody, Marsha & Karen Lower, Sue Marilyn Wyler Lower, Sue Linda Helmick Manolis, Liz Kathy Brillhart Manson, Linda Nancy Wilt Markley, Paul Sheila Reigle Mast, Leon Karen Troyer Masters, Barb Cathy Ames Masters, Ruby Dick & Jonni Masters Masters, Ruby Cathy Ames Maxwell, Larry Judy Maxwell McClure, Jayne Jim McClure McComas, Gracie Love, Mark & Julie Ames & Amber Beretich McKeever, Randy Sue Carl & Joyce Davis McMorrow, Marti Cathy Ames McVay, Jean Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Meyers, Gayle Dean’s Jewelry Michael, Kate Terri Scheck

Middlemus, Jackie Gary & Mary Wright Middlemus, Jackie Sue Oswald Middlemus, Jackie Denny & Sue Adams Middlemus, Jacqueline Karen & David Farley Mikesell, Gertrude Glenn Mikesell Mikesell, Glenn Gertrude Mikesell Mikesell, Peggy Kenny & Pat Crown Mikesell, Peggy Margie McFarland Miller, Iva Cathy Sheneman Miller, Max Melissa Stoddard Mills, Chris Beth Clary Mitchell, Keith Annabell Mitchell Mizer, Dan Mark & Joyce Bordenkircher Mizer, Dan Renee A. Smith Moore, Heather Tom & Bev Hicks Mould, Herbert Annonymus Mould, Susan Annonymus Mounts, Paul Annonymus Munoz, Cassandra Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Munoz, Cassandra Mr. & Mrs. Caleb Carson Munoz, Cassandra Mr. & Mrs. Jim DeLong My Friend Kate Annonymus Nees, Leslie Donna Strain Newbold, Gordon Pam Legge Grubbs Nichols, Linda Angie, Rob, Michael, Lindsey Ashcraft Ogle, Jackie Lowell & Lela Smailes Ogle, Jackie Patty Bible Olinger, Jean Wayne Olinger Parker, Marlyce Norma Grewe Parker, Ruth Kim & Mary Jo Wells Patterson, Darlene Duane & Wanda Beck Patterson, Darlene Mike & Malinda Baker Patterson, Darlene River View High School Staff Patterson, Jerry Darlene Patterson Patterson, Jim John & Darlene Patterson Pepper, Larry River View High School Staff Pew, Margaret Lou Dave & Lynn Roenbaugh Pew, Margaret Lou Lavonne Parkhill Pew, Margaret Lou Lucille Ridenbaugh Pickrell, Ellen Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Pope, Mary Jones Metal / Jones Zylon Porteus, Debbie Irene Croft Porteus, Debbie Lucille Ridenbaugh Porteus, Debbie Tom & Bev Hardesty Porteus, Debbie Bob & Marialice Mauch Porteus, Debbie Renee A. Smith Porteus, Debbie Kathy Stone Porteus, Debbie Jan Fallon Porteus, Debbie Phil Price, Cindy Judy Madison Pringle, Joann Lori Devore

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Raber, Daniel Karen Troyer Razo, Claudelle Heather Kendall Reibesell, John Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Rezzuti, Cheryl Teresa & Loran Fry Rice, Wilda Pam Morrison Rich, Sam Amanda Wilson Rich, Sam Rich & Alice Nancy McNemar Richcreek, Linda Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Richcreek, Mack Jim & Jane Ann Eckelberry Robinson, Marilyn Gunn Family Roscoe Church Survivors Coralee Cox Sampsel, Nina Carl & Joyce Davis Saunders, Tony Randy & Peggy McFarland Scheck, Terri Kerri Scheck Scheck, Terri Kevin Scheck Schlarb, Gene Cathy Ames Schlarb, Marge Cathy Ames Scott, Ruth Love Her Daughter Sharon Hamler Secrest, Annie Rita Joy Reeb Shaver, Crystal Christy Proudfit, Darla Foster, Darlene Nixon Shaw, Tom Jean Shaw Shearer, Jim Sam Hershberger Shearer, Jim Sam Hershberger Shortt, Rose Raylynn Shortt Shrimplin, Molly Bigrigg Family Shrimplin, Molly Stacey Kaser Shrimplin, Molly Brian, Adrea & Anna Powell & Cody Carnes Shrimplin, Molly Julie McFarland Shrimplin, Molly Kelly Miller Shrimplin, Molly Walter & Suzanne Shrimplin Siegel, John Rita Joy Reeb Siegel, John L. Marily Siegel Smith, Clark April Smith Smith, Karen Ruth Ann Richissin Smith, Sherri (Watson) Keith Watson Spires, Pam Terri Scheck St.Clair, Linda Melissa Stoddard Stahl, Nancy Renee A. Smith Staser, Uncle Johnnie Walter, Suzanne & Molly Shrimplin Stephan, Pat Glen, Sue, Kathy, Allen & Families Stevens, Donna Moe Conrad Stevens, Virginia Vicky Dennis Stewart, Gertie Bill & Shirley Stewart, Randy Bev Brillhart Stewart, Randy Uncle Bill & Aunt Shirley Stewart, Randy Chuck Rinkes Family Stingel, Randy Maxine Foster Stockum, Becky Buck Stockum Stoffer, Todd River View High School Staff

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Armed Forces Ceremony You are cordially invited to attend:

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Coshocton County Relay for Life Program

This event will be held during Relay at the Coshocton county Fairgrounds on Saturday May 15th in the Commercial Building. Cakes, quilts, and crafts are created and crafted by the Relay for Life teams. Cake voting will be from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm so come early and get your vote in for People’s Choice award and children may vote on the Kid’s Choice award. The cake auction will be held at 2:00 pm and the quilt and craft auction will immediately follow! All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society!

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later had a lump removed from his breast by a dermatologist. “I was always confident that I would beat it,” Jim said, “I had taken a pro-active approach the last two times. Whenever you have cancer, you feel like you lose control. But I never felt like I was. I’ve tried over the years to have a positive outlook. I was always confident that I would do whatever I had to do to beat it.” The third time Jim had cancer was in 2008 when he had another lump on his thigh. When the doctor told him he had cancer, Jim thought he was joking, but then came the sobering truth. He said he was frustrated and angry for a couple of days, then picked himself up and started fighting. And won. Jim has been involved with Relay for the past 14 years and has served on the committee for the last few years, including this year. He gets around pretty good, sees 20/30, and wears contact lenses and glasses. He works at WTNS radio station and has been with the Sherriff’s Office Relay Team since 1991 when he worked with the Mounted Unit. Last year, his team raised just under $5,000. “If you think it’s going to beat you, it’s already got one leg up on you,” said Jim, “I’ll probably get it again one day, but I’m going to go down fighting.”

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Not much was known about cancer in 1957; let alone how to treat it. But that’s when Jim Eckleberry was diagnosed when he was just 18 months old. Only recently did cancer really become widely recognized and accepted. In the 50s, when Jim was diagnosed with cancer in the eye, his mother and father only told a few people because being diagnosed and living with cancer wasn’t widely accepted in society. Jim’s family moved from Coshocton to Columbus to be closer to medical attention and Jim eventually had to have his left eye removed. His family then traveled to New York to receive treatment. Unfortunately, Jim received too much radiation and developed cataracts on his right eye. The cataracts were later removed in 1973 in New York. Because of the cancer in his eye, Jim was more susceptible to develop cancer later on, and he did. Twice. The second time was in 1988 when he developed a rare form of male breast cancer. “I’m more accepting of it now because I’ve learned that with my first cancer that I was prone to it, so it wasn’t that shocking,” said Jim. When he started having pain in his left breast, Jim went to his doctor, which then referred him to a breast cancer specialist. He said he’ll never forget that first visit. With pink flowers everywhere and not another man in site, Jim felt a little out of place. However, he received good news and

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History of Relay for Life One person can make a difference. Nowhere is that more evident than with the story of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, which began in Tacoma, Washington, as the City of Destiny Classic 24-Hour Run Against Cancer. In the mid-1980s, Dr. Gordy Klatt, a Tacoma colorectal surgeon, wanted to enhance the income of his local American Cancer Society office. He decided to personally raise money for the fight by doing something he enjoyed—running marathons. In May 1985, Dr. Klatt spent a grueling 24 hours circling the track at Baker Stadium at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma for more than 83 miles. Throughout the night, friends paid $25 to run or walk 30 minutes with him. He raised $27,000 to fight cancer. That first year, nearly 300 of Dr. Klatt’s friends, family, and patients watched as he ran and walked the course. While he circled the track those 24 hours, he thought about how others could take part. He envisioned a 24-hour team relay event that could raise more money to fight cancer. Months later he pulled together a small committee to plan the first team relay event known as the City of Destiny Classic 24-Hour Run Against Cancer. In 1986, 19 teams took part in the first team relay event on the track at the colorful, historical Stadium Bowl and raised $33,000. An indescribable spirit prevailed at the track and in the tents that dotted the infield. Now, this historic event is celebrated all over the world and has raised millions of dollars for the cure. Be a part of history on Friday, May 14 as over 50 teams walk the track at the fairgrounds in Coshocton and raise money for treatment. Never give up hope, and keep fighting for the survivors and remembering the loved ones lost.

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I started playing the guitar at the age of 17. I recorded my first gospel tape Title “Way below the bottom” in 1986 and two more tapes after that. I began playing the banjo and would sing on very few occasions. The more I sang, the more people wanted to hear more of me. About two years ago I started having jam sessions in my garage; mostly singing songs by Johnny Cash. I enjoy all the comments I hear and that is what has inspired me to continue singing. My dream is to sing to thousands of people in the near future. Contact phone number for Kevin is 740-390-5114.

The Maxine Metheney Band The Maxine Metheney Band is comprised of several local members. Maxine Metheney plays piano, rhythm guitar and sings lead and harmony vocals for the band. Maxine came from a talented family of which she, her three sisters and both parents performed as “The Clay County Sweethearts” around the state of WV. She continues to play music as does other members of her family including her 73-year old mother. Sam Stotts is a bass player and sings lead and harmony vocals. Jamie Shamel is a very talented singer and drummer. Randy Stotts runs the sound for the band. Sam Cox plays lead guitar and sings lead vocals. We love what we do and to please the audience is an added bonus. Our music ranges from old country to new rock and roll and a touch of blues with a smooth sound mix.


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Max Hardesty “One Man Band”

Max Hardesty will be performing in memory of his granddaughter Alana Branstetter who passed away in 2006 from leukemia at the age of 16. Max was born in Fresno and currently lives in Newcomerstown. Max and his late wife Virginia raised six children who all live in the area. Max was raised in a musical family and performs on the guitar, keyboard, banjo, mandolin, and fiddle. Contact phone number for Max is 740-5022901.

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Jody’s Dance is a dance studio in West Lafayette that began on a patio at the Ridgewood High School in 1973. Still going strong after all these years, we offer tap, jazz, hip hop, baton, gymnastics, and beginning ballet. The dancers learn to dance with the greatest focus being on the child’s spirit and confidence. The child can forget

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I started to take accordion lessons at the age of 14 from Pietro in Dover. My parents had to sell a cow to buy my first accordion. I taught accordion for 25 years. After marrying Ray Tidrick, who played guitar, we started practicing and people started asking us to play for different occasions. I enjoy playing for different things. The people in the nursing homes enjoy the old songs and polkas. It’s great to see the residents eyes light up. I am playing today in honor of Marlene Limbacker who is fighting cancer at this time.

Northern Tradition Band

Northern Tradition is a band formed from old friends, all from separate bands in the past, but a long history of bluegrass close to our hearts. Christine Stotts (Hardesty), the one responsible for forming the band, comes from a family of musicians. Christine plays and sings in the band. Richard and Donna Gee have a long history of country and bluegrass music. Donna has the perfect harmony and lead vocals that blend to the vocals of Christine, which makes us stand out away from many other styles of bluegrass. Richard has been around a long time entertaining with the guitar and mandolin. Marion Prouty played for years and had a band which opened the show for many pros in the business. Pat Kirker is our great stand up bass player. We are a variety of old and new traditional bluegrass and gospel music. To contact the band email: cndsts@yahoo.com

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Mel Wallace began his hobby of public singing in 1997 when he was responsible for the karaoke music at the wedding reception of a friend. Later, a friend told him about a talent scout from Nashville who was coming to town to audition local singers and give them a chance to compete in a singing competition. Mel was later invited by one of the judges to record in a Studio just outside of Nashville. In 2004, he decided to sing at an eleven-year-old girl’s birthday party by renting an Elvis suit, buying the little girl a stuffed animal, and singing Elvis Presley’s song “Teddy Bear”. This occurred during a meeting of “The New Towne Cloggers” and he was asked to sing at many of their performances at local festivals. Mel appeared several times on stage with Mike Albert, a well-known Elvis tribute artist from the Columbus area. He then began to book his own shows and has performed while vacationing on cruises in the Caribbean and won an Elvis competition at Yeowza Resort in 2006.

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There was an African American barber who came to New Castle about 1913 and got some of the boys together with instruments. He taught them to play and they made the original Walhonding Band. Somewhere in the 1950’s, they allowed girls to join and at this time they played only marches. Around 1980, under the direction of Don Nixon, they began to play other types of music as well as marches and became the Walhonding Rube Band. We incorporate musicians from several counties in the vicinity and will accept anyone who has an instrument and knows a little about playing.

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