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Family and Consumer Sciences Bett er Lives - Stronger Communities OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) gives people the knowledge, skills and tools needed to make healthy, informed choices. We teach and promote safe food practices, better nutrition, better fi nances and better relationships – helping people acquire the knowl- edge and skills to make smart decisions in these areas. Our family and consumer sciences professionals turn evidence-based, impartial, current research into useful information that can improve the quality of people’s lives. We work to make information accessible to all Ohioans. We teach people how to use evidence-based education in their daily lives and make continuous informed life choices focused on: Healthy fi nances, healthy people, and healthy relationships. Contributed | Beacon Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate? COSHOCTON- We’ve all heard those stories about how a death in the family resulted in major arguments or years of silence between descendants. Or even worse, maybe this has already been your experi- ence. Planning for the transfer of both titled and non-titled property is an important issue that can signifi cantly impact family relations. OSU Extension is off ering a “Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?” workshop to give you tools to help plan for the transfer of non-titled property. Th e program will be Monday, May 6 from 10:30 am to noon at the Coshocton Senior Center. Th is workshop will help you learn strat- egies to jumpstart conversations about in- heritance, about the powerful messages in who gets what, how complex emotional and family relationships impact personal prop- erty decisions, and six key decision making factors in non-titled property transfer. RSVP to the Coshocton Senior Center at 740-622-4852. Th e program is free with op- tional workbooks that can be purchased for $10 the day of the class. Find more informa- tion at coshocton.osu.edu or contact OSU Extension at 740-622-2265. Contributed 4-H Advisors Going to Washington. Ruie Mercer, Mrs. C.O. Headlee, Joyce Foster, Madeline Dickey. 1977, Homemakers Offi cers. Carol Karr, Margaret Brenneman, Lorene Schonauer, Ruth Darner Contributed Contributed Sept. 10, 1982, Homemakers Club, 50 Year Members. Left to Right; Esta Laurence, Mildred Hunter, Florence Brenly, Bernice Daugherty, Esther Hothem and Frankie Hooker. CONGRATULATIONS OSU! 406 1/2 Main St. Room 5 • Coshocton, OH Ph 740-623-0527 • Fax 740-623-0532 • Follow us on Facebook! Visit us on our website www.coshoctonfcu.com Annual Board meeting for all members Monday April 22 @ 6PM 0006_040319 AUTO LOAN RATES as low as 2.99% Personal Loans up to $5,000! Visa 12.75% APR NO Annual Fees Serving the Coshocton Community Since 1973 “Not for Profit, Not for Charity, But for Service” APRIL 17, 2019 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 7-B