The Coshocton County Beacon April 17, 2019 - Page 2

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You can also request free in-county delivery of The Beacon online at The Beacon w w w.c o s h oc ton be ac onto d ay.c om PUBLISHED BY Good Fortune Advertising, LLC 226 Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Phone: 740-622-4237 • Fax: 740-623-9937 Offi ce Hours: Monday – Friday. 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. Deadlines: Classifi ed Advertising – Friday at 5 p.m. Display Advertising – Thursday at 12 p.m. Located at 226 Main Street, Coshocton, OH 43812 OWNER/PUBLISHER - MARK FORTUNE CIRCULATION AND CLASSIFIEDS - TARA STARCHER RV seniors using project to celebrate program By Josie Sellers WARSAW – Cole McKee and Ryan Weaver are using their senior project at River View High School to help the baseball program. “At fi rst, we did mini camps,” McKee said. “We went to all four elementary schools to get fourth through sixth graders involved. Th ey were hour-long camps on fundamental.” Th e camps were held in the school’s heated, indoor practice facility where they could work on pitching, hit- ting and fi elding. Th ey started in October and wrapped up in February. Attendance was low at fi rst, but then they got a lot of participation from the Snyder Strong baseball team. “At fi rst we had fi ve to six guys coming and could work with them individually and then we had close to 10 coming so we rotated stations,” Weaver said. Th is, however, is just the fi rst part of their project. “We wanted to help the guys who come after us get better and now we want to honor those who came be- fore us,” Weaver said. He and McKee have organized an alumni day for May 4 when River View takes on Fairfi eld Union High School. Th e varsity game starts at noon and the junior varsity game will follow. Alumni will be admitted for free and recognized in between the varsity and junior varsity game. “We will give them a certifi cate thanking them for what they’ve done for the program,” Weaver said. “Just let us know at the game that you are there and we will print your name on a certifi cate.” Th ey also have put together a gift basket full of base- ball and River View-themed items that will be raffl ed off that day. “It’s got lots of stuff in it that parents can use to watch a game,” Weaver said. McKee said tickets for the basket are available at all home games in the concession stand. Admission to home games is $4 and raffl e tickets are one for $2, three maundy thursday service (the last supper) Contributed | Beacon River View High School seniors Ryan Weaver and Cole McKee are using their senior project to help the school’s baseball program. Part of their plan includes raffl ing off a baseball-themed gift basket. for $5, and eight for $10. Money raised from the raffl e will help the team with a variety of items including new baseballs. “We always need them,” McKee said. “We got 12 dozen baseballs last year and they are already worn out be- cause we are hitting constantly.” Baseball has meant a lot to both Weaver and McKee. “I’ve been around baseball my entire life,” Weaver said. “I moved here in eighth grade and when I found out there were baseball signups, I was there. I’ve made a lot of great connections and friends.” Weaver agreed that he has made lots of friendship from baseball and that he plays for the fun of the game. 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