The Coshocton County Beacon April 26, 2017 - Page 23

APRIL 26, 2017 Contributed | Beacon Eagle art Ed Stocker shared this shot of an eagle in Coshocton County. Contributed photos that you would like considered for print can be e-mailed to The Beacon at news@ Contributed | Beacon Students help clean up neighborhood Sacred Heart School students in pre- school through sixth grade participated in Clean Up Coshocton on April 21 by collecting trash in the neighborhood around Sacred Heart. Pictured from River View Board of Education meets WARSAW – The River View Board of Education met April 13. The treasure’s report included approving the fol- lowing donations for the month of March: Bonnie Infante for Math Club - $10; Crowtown Takeover for Math Club - $325; anonymous to pay off student account for F.S. - $515; RVJHS Student Council for JH OMUN - $200; River View Music Boosters for transportation - $278.47; Coca-Cola Refreshments for sponsorship - $2,500; Robert Herron donated black bear for lobby. During the superintendent’s report the recom- mendation was approved to not continue as the fiscal agent for the Coshocton County Alternative School for the 2017-2018 school year. It also was ap- proved to allow the superintendent and