The Coshocton County Beacon April 17, 2019 - Page 12

ARTSNCT off ering unique opportunity to one lucky student NEWCOMERSTOWN - ARTSNCT, Newcomerstown’s new arts center, is now accepting proposals from students in the tri-county area (Tuscarawas, Coshocton, and Guernsey counties) for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to choose, cast, direct, and present a stage play of their choice. Eligibility requires that the applying student be in grades 9-12 for the 2019-2020 school year or recently graduated from high school in 2019. “We are looking for one special person who has been in school or community productions and has developed a special love for the theatre; a high school thespian, a theatre geek, or a creative individual that would like the chance to make a vision come alive,” said Michael Wise, the center’s executive director. “When I was a senior in high school, the teacher who was to direct the school plays reneged and when no other faculty member stepped up to the helm, I did.” During the fi rst part of his high school senior year, Wise had organized a drama club at Newcomerstown Middle School. He shifted his attention to the high school when his proposal was accepted by its principal and school board. Without adult supervision, he proved that he could direct every aspect of the production. “I did it because I had a great theatre director for the two prior years,” said Wise. “He inspired me with confi - dence and was a great teacher, director, and friend.” Th at teacher was Mr. Richard Smith who later suggest- ed to one of his students to pursue an acting career. Th at student, named Julie Smith, went on to become Oscar winner Julianne Moore. Directing the high school play, “Send Me No Flowers”, was a lifetime experience that Wise has never forgotten and now he wants to off er the same experience to one special individual. ARTSNCT will obtain the rights, pay royalties, provide scripts, rehearsal, and performance space for the produc- tion. Th e center’s staff and volunteers will provide as much or as little assistance as the chosen director would like. ARTSNCT will retain all rights as the show's producer. ARTSNCT will split the box offi ce profi t with the young director and his cast. For complete details, rules, and an application, please go to www.artsNCT.org/direct or email michael.wise@ artsNCT.org. Deadline for submitting proposals is Saturday, May 18. Performance dates to be announced. ARTSNCT is located at 304 South College Street, New- comerstown. Contact: (740) 575-5710 or www.artsNCT.org. Contributed | Beacon Grant application deadline announced COSHOCTON - Deadline for unrestricted grant applications Coshocton Christian School is now accepting applications for our upcoming 2019–2020 school year. CCS Offers: “Where you can have just about anything printed, except money!” 520 Main Street, Coshocton • Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30 p.m. 740-622-4429 e-mail: sprintprint520@gmail.com Our office is located inside the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, 23891 Airport Rd., Coshocton. (across from Wal-Mart) 12 THE BEACON Please contact the school office at 740-622-5052 to schedule an appointment and tour or visit coshoctonchristianschool.org dly Meadows Frien Country Store Contributed | Beacon 30341 Coshocton Road, Walhonding, OH (on US 36) East of Millwood, West of Newcastle • 740-427-2255 SALE SALE SALE 1 Week Only April 15-20, 2019 HUGE SPRING ALL DELI CHEESE SALE • Preschool - morning and all day options available • EdChoice Scholarship applications for K-6 grade students • K-12 Financial aid applications • Multiple-child discounts | Pastor discount • Updated Technology in K-12 Classrooms • Art, PE, Music and Library Offered • Athletics available for 5-12 grades • Transportation from students home district • Traditional classrooms | Abeka Curriculum • Non-denominational School All Deli Cheese will be on SALE Plus other SALES thru out the store! Jumping Jack ........ $2.79 lb. Baby Swiss (Guggisburg) .............. $3.39 lb. Lacey Baby Swiss.. $3.19 lb. Brick ...................... $2.49 lb. Marble .................... $2.79 lb. Lacy Swiss Mozzarella ............. $2.49 lb. (Pearl Valley) .............. $3.09 lb. Muenster ................ $2.59 lb. Cheddar Mild ........ $2.59 lb. Pepper Jack .......... $2.79 lb. Cheddar Sharp ...... $3.59 lb. Colby Large Horn . $2.59 lb. Provolone .............. $2.59 lb. Colby Mini Horn .... $2.79 lb. Smokey Cheddar .. $3.19 lb. Farmers .................. $2.79 lb. Smokey Hot Pepper .. $3.19 lb. Green Onion .......... $2.39 lb. Smokey Swiss ........ $3.19 lb. Harvarti ................. $2.99 lb. Swiss ...................... $3.19 lb. Horseradish .......... $2.39 lb. American - Yellow .... $2.39 lb. Hot Pepper ............ $2.49 lb. American - White ..... $2.39 lb. Butter Quarters WC $1.99 lb. Limit 5 While Supplies Last! Bacon Regular WC $2.49 lb. Limit 5 Metlz Cheesy $3.79 ea. E.B.T. Accepted Sugardale Hot Dogs $0.99 lb. www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com for the next meeting of the distribution committee of the Coshocton Foundation is Friday, May 17. Community organizations with a 501(c)(3) non-profi t designation may submit grant applications for consider- ation by the committee, which will meet in early June. Information for criteria for applying organizations and a grant application may be found at www.coshocton- foundation.org., or by calling the offi ce at 740-622-0010. Completed applications may be sent to the Coshoc- ton Foundation, P.O. Box 55, Coshocton, OH 43812, or brought to the Coshocton Foundation offi ce at 220 S. Fourth St. Seven copies of the grant request are required to be submitted. All applications must be received in the offi ce by 4 p.m. on May 17. Keene Alumni celebration planned KEENE – Th e offi cers of the Keene Alumni Association met recently to make plans for their annual banquet at 6 p.m. on May 25 at the Keene United Methodist Church Fellow- ship Hall in Keene. Dinner will be served by the Keene United Methodist Church and will consist of baked steak, baked potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, pie, rolls, and drinks. Recog- nition of the oldest man and woman alumnus, as well as the annual “Honored Alumnus Award” will be presented. Dinner is $16 per person and this includes dues. Forms will be mailed around April 22, or if you do not receive an invitation and want to attend, write to: Marilyn Wyler, 55626 TR 176, Fresno, OH, 43824. Call 740-545-7458 to make reservations. Reservations need to be returned to Marilyn Wyler by May 18. Th e Th ree Rivers Class of 1968 will be the honored class. Th ey will share many memories of their class and teachers including fond memories of Keene High School. Th e association off ers include: President Stewart Henderson; Vice President Martin Daugherty; Secretary/ Treasurer Marilyn Wyler; Corresponding Secretary Carol Miller; and Historian Dorothy Lowe Dalton. Contributed | Beacon APRIL 17, 2019