The Coshocton County Beacon April 26, 2017 - Page 21

APRIL 26, 2017 THE BEACON 21 artPARK performance announced COSHOCTON – Coshocton residents are being treat- ed to a lucky chance performance by Spitzer Space Telescope at the artPARK on Wednesday, April 26 at 6 p.m. Visual media artist, songwriter, and musician Dan McDonald of Spitzer Space Telescope will be per- forming in the artPARK, 325 Main St. He’s on his way from Chicago to New York to perform at the Brooklyn Folk Festival. Think radically modern American and European traditional folk music. The concert is free but donations are encouraged. Bring a chair and a picnic. Contributed | Beacon A Place for Moments that Matter. WEDDINGS Earth Day celebration held able to get an up close look at. One of the projects that children could make and take home was done at the Girl Scout Troop 669 booth. Kids were invited to decorate cut in half milk jugs with duct tape and plant flower seeds in them. Pictured (at right) helping a child with her project is Girl Scout Leader Tammy Lanham. For more photos, visit Happiness. Your Happiness Your Health. Health Your Your As a leading provider of home health services, our team of professionals at Health Services of Coshocton takes pride in serving the area’s needs with the skill of a professional and the compassion of a family member. Our array of services includes: • Skilled Nursing • Therapies (Physical, Occupational, and Speech) • Personal Care and Homemaker Services • Respite Services • Medication Reminders Serving Coshocton, Holmes, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas Counties. Contact us today! 0070_040517 740-622-7406 (740) 502-9245 GRADUATION PARTIES CORPORATE PARTIES & MORE! 24688 CR 10, Coshocton Thank You Home Your Home . Your The second annual CECA Coshocton Earth Day Celebra- tion was held April 22 at the Coshocton County Career Center. Attendees were treated to music, a variety of kids’ activities, information on organic farming, recy- cling and much more. The Ohio Bird Sanctuary located in Mansfield also was there with several birds including this Red-shouldered Hawk (at left) that people were Josie Sellers | Beacon BABY SHOWERS The family of Mary Alice Smith would like to thank relatives and friends for the prayers, food, flowers and love that was extended to our family during Mom’s passing. She cherished the visits from all those who were able to see her in her final days. It is impossible for us to personally thank everyone for each kindness for there were so many. We are so thankful for the many friendships she made over the years and she sends her love. God Bless, Marla, Tank, Kim and Kelly Grandchildren an d Great Grandchildren