The Coshocton County Beacon April 17, 2019 - Page 7

COSHOCTON – Interim Hospice of Coshocton will cel- ebrate National Volunteer Week with a luncheon for Hospice volunteers on Wednesday, April 17 at 11:30 a.m. at their offi ce. National Volunteer Week, held April 14 to 21, spon- sored by the Points of Light Organization, is an oppor- tunity to celebrate the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to come together to tackle tough challenges and build stronger, more resilient communi- ties. Each year, organizations shine a light on the people and causes that inspire us to serve, recognizing, and thanking volunteers who lend their time, talent, and voice to make diff erence in their communities. National Volunteer Week was originally established by presi- dential proclamation in 1974 to highlight the various opportunities for those interested in volunteering. Interim Hospice of Coshocton will have the next volun- teer training session the week of May 13. All applicants must complete a background check, fi ngerprints, and a two-step TB along with application materials. Anyone interested in this opportunity should call Janet at 740- 623-2331 or email to jrettos@interim-health.com to re- ceive an application and set up an interview by April 30. Interim Hospice of Coshocton serves patients and families in Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, and Tuscara- was Counties. For more information, call 740-623-2331. Contributed | Beacon Former Coshocton art teacher to host showcase of former students COSHOCTON - Myrtle Beall taught art at Coshocton High School for 34 years, retiring in 2018. Highly regarded and much appreciated by the community, it was no surprise that the Pomerene Center of the Arts approached Beall to do a retirement show. She instead suggested a showcase featuring the collective works of her former students, a desire she had long-held and one that speaks to her supportive nature. Beall discovered her love of art at the age of three. Anything and everything provided endless opportuni- ties to be creative: Coloring books, molding clay, paper dolls fashioned from photographs within the Sears catalogue. Encouraged by a family whose members had their own artistic abilities, Beall fl ourished in the loving and welcoming world that art provided. At the suggestion of her own high school art teacher, Beall began to entertain the idea of becoming an art teacher herself. Once that vision became a reality, her youthful art experiences deeply infl uenced her teach- ing philosophy. It was made clear to her ‘kids’ (she Proud to serve the people of Coshocton and surrounding communities since 1896! Specializing in Custom Design, Etching and Carving of Fine Memorials Granite • Marble • Bronze • Mausoleums Cemetery Lettering & Cleaning 1132 Cemetery Drive • Coshocton • 740.622.5833 www.milliganmemorialsllc.com • e-mail: millimem@clover.net Interim Hospice of Coshocton to celebrate National Volunteer Week rarely called them students) that her classroom was a safe place to explore and grow. It was ok to be playful, it was ok to make messes and mistakes, it was ok to ask what if and why? Not only was it ok, it was encouraged. Like all great teachers, the main goal of Beall was not simply to create artists, but to develop the whole person. Someone who could solve problems, take risks, accept challenges. Someone who could work well with others and never stopped being creative. Her lessons incorporated these important understandings and she developed starter topics around them. At one point, a few students began to refer them as ‘Beallisms’ and from that, a show was born. On Saturday, April 27, the Pomerene Center of the Arts will pay tribute to this inspirational and infl u- ential teacher. Th e Art of Beallism is an alumni show featuring the works of Beall’s former ‘kids’. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. Th ere is no admission price, al- though donations are appreciated. Contributed | Beacon Coshocton, OH • 135 Downtowner Plaza Open Tuesday & Thursday • 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Call Now for a Hearing Test! (740) 217-3910 0028_072518 13 Month CD 2.15% APY WATCH 21 Month CD YOUR 2.50% APY MONEY Month CD GROW! 37 APY 2.85% with our CD Specials 413 Main St., Coshocton 740-622-0444 590 Walnut St., Coshocton 740-622-9417 503 W. Main St., West Lafayette 740-545-0227 740-393-0058 0001_041719 1387 Coshocton Ave., Mt. Vernon Minimum Balance to open and obtain the APY is $500.00. Federal Regulations On Certifi cates of Deposit Require Substantial Penalty for Early Withdrawal. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of April 5, 2019. Fees could reduce earnings on the account. Please ask a customer service representative for further information about applicable fees and terms. A copy of The Home Loan Savings Bank’s account Rules and Regulations is available upon request. Rate subject to change. APRIL 17, 2019 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 7