The Coshocton County Beacon April 26, 2017 - Page 31

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Church , 29445 County Road 10 Fresno . Learn more at www . chilibiblechurch . org or www . facebook . com / ChiliChurch
Inside Sale : Church of God will have an inside sale at 703 S . 2nd St ., Coshocton on April 28 from 9 a . m . – 5 p . m . and on April 29 from 9 a . m . – 2 p . m . Lunch stand on Friday and a bag sale on Saturday .
Rummage Sale : The Presbyterian Church in Coshocton will have a rummage sale in the church basement on Friday , April 28 from 9 a . m . – 3 p . m . and Saturday , April 29 from 9 a . m . – noon . Lots of women ’ s shoes , adult and children ’ s clothing , household items , electronics , toys , collectibles , books , baked goods , and more . Saturday is bag sale Saturday . $ 5 for a black garbage bag full and $ 3 for a white kitchen bag full . Bags provided . All proceeds go to Presbyterian Women ’ s Mission Projects . Enter through the 4th Street door .
Swiss Steak Supper : Killbuck United Methodist Church will be having its annual Swiss steak supper on Saturday , April 29 from 4 – 7 p . m . at the Killbuck School . Tickets can be purchased at the door for $ 10 . Questions : Rick Allison at 330-276-5181 . Food available for carry-out .
White Elephant Sale : Trinway United Methodist Church will have a white elephant sale and bake sale on April 29 . Lunch will be available . Donation only .
Day of Prayer : River View Ministerial Association will sponsor a National Day of Prayer ceremony on May 4 at the gazebo in Warsaw .
Spring Fellowship Luncheon : The Coshocton County Church Women United , an association of Christian women , will have their spring fellowship luncheon on Friday , May 5 at noon hosted by Roscoe United Methodist Church , 475 High St . Guest speakers will be Beth Nelson and Bea Lehner . Cost is $ 6 . Deadline reservation is May 1 . Call Joan McNeely at 740-622-5507 or Catherine Miller at 740-622-1541 .
Praise and Worship Weekend : There will be a spring praise and worship weekend at Warsaw Camp and Retreat Center , 818 Main St ., Warsaw , May 5 – 7 starting at 6 p . m . that Friday . Speakers will be Pastor Chuck Erbe on Saturday and Pastor Bob Davis on Sunday . Friday evening entertainment will be 10-yearold comedian Carson Rowland who has won first in the state twice and second in the national talent expo . Musical entertainment will also be provided . A love offering will be accepted . For lodging inquires , call Lori at 740-610-8338 .
Common Bond Quartet : The Common Bond Quartet will be at Keene United Methodist Church on Saturday , May 6 at 6 p . m . The church is located at 27100 County Road 1 , Coshocton .
Chicken Dinner : There will be a baked barbecue chicken dinner on Saturday , May 6 . Dinner consists of half a chicken , baked beans , macaroni salad , applesauce , brownie , roll , and beverage . Cost is $ 8 per person and dinners can be picked up at Canal Lewisville
United Methodist Church . Carryout only . Pick-up from 4 – 6 p . m . Proceeds to benefit Canal Lewisville UMC Community Projects . Barbecue is sponsored by Baker ’ s IGA . Presale tickets only . Contact Jane at 740-545-9225 .
Guest Speaker : Guest speaker Pastor Jim Scudder , Jr . from Illinois will be speaking on Amazing Prophecies - Daniel ’ s 70 Weeks at Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Wednesday , May 10 at 6:30 p . m . Pastor Scudder is the host of national TV program “ In Grace ”, the pastor of the Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church and the president of Dayspring Bible College and Seminary . There will be a fun program for the kids . 29445 County Road 10 Fresno , 740-545-9707 Learn more at www . chilibiblechurch . org .
Mother ’ s Day : Every mom gets a box of chocolate-covered strawberries at the Mother ’ s Day Celebration at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Mother ’ s Day , Sunday , May 14 at 10:30 a . m . Chili Crossroads Bible Church , 29445 County Road 10 Fresno , 740-545-9707 . Learn more at www . chilibiblechurch . org or www . chilibiblechurch . org / ChiliChurch
Craft Show : The Baptist Women Missions of the First Baptist Church of West Lafayette is sponsoring its first craft show on May 20 from 9 a . m . – 4 p . m . Proceeds will go to help build a picnic shelter which will be available to the community . Contact : Paula Cheney at 740-545-9992 if interested in setting up for the craft show .
National Faith and Fellowship Day : Pastors Biggers and Uhlig of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church respectively , have called for a National Faith and Fellowship Day where churches across the country close their doors on Sunday , July 30 to visit another church in their area . They are calling for 1,000 churches throughout the nation to participate . The desired outcome is that people of faith will show solidarity in the human spirit through faith and fellowship . To participate , contact shiloahbaptist _ cosh @ att . net or call 740-622-3632 , 740-622-7923 or 740-622-7933 .
Jacob ’ s Closet : Warsaw United Methodist Church has new hours for their Jacob ’ s Closet ( free gently-used clothing for children , men , & women ). Thursday , 9 a . m . - Noon . Located at 130 E . Church St . Warsaw . Clean gently-used clothing for the closet can be dropped off any weekday from 9 a . m . - Noon .
Community Meals : Presbyterian Church , 142 N . 4th St ., Coshocton , first Thursday , 5:30 p . m .; Burt Avenue Weslyan Church , 230 Burt Ave ., Coshocton , second Thursday , 5:30 p . m .; Grace United Methodist Church , 422 Walnut St ., Coshocton , third Thursday , 5:30 p . m .; Park United Methodist Church , 122 Park Ave ., Coshocton , fourth Thursday , 5:15 p . m .; Central Christian Church , 731 Main St ., Coshocton , fifth Thursday , 5:30 p . m .

Clubs and Organizations

Our Town Series : The Holmes County Historical
Society will present its “ Our Town ” series on April 27 at 7 p . m . in the Clark Elementary School ’ s gym . The focus will be on the town history of Clark and surrounding areas . If you live in a community that has not been presented and have knowledge of your community or know of others that do , call the Historical Society at 330-674-0022 or email info @ holmeshistory . com . The program series is free to the public but donations are accepted in any amount to continue to support the society ’ s programs and mission .
Volunteers Needed : The Coshocton Footlight Players are hosting a spring outside clean-up day on Saturday , April 29 from 9 a . m . – noon . Bring gloves , rakes , shoves , hedge trimmers , etc . Other clean-up days for the Footlight Players are Saturday , July 8 and Saturday , Oct . 7 . The theatre is located at 685 N . Whitewoman St ., Coshocton .
Fees Waived : Now through April 30 , Moose International will waive all first-year fees and dues for active military personnel and first responders and encourages local lodges and chapters to do the same . If you know someone who is serving our country or provides first responder serves for your community , now is a great time to reach out and offer them a membership in the Moose . For information , visit www . mooseintl . org .
LEPC Meeting : The Local Emergency Planning Committee ( LEPC ) will have its bimonthly meeting on May 2 at noon . This meeting will be held in the lower level of the county services building .
Moles , Voles , and Holes : Holes in your landscape ? Who ’ s to blame ? Common culprits include moles , voles , chipmunks , skunks and other wildlife , resulting in mounds , tunnels , holes and torn up yards . Marne Titchnell , State Wildlife Program Specialist , will discuss the critters that vandalize yards and what you can do about it . Join us on Tuesday , May 2 at 6:30 p . m . in the Frontier Power Community Room , 770 South 7th Street , Coshocton . This program is free and open to the public , but registration is appreciated . Download a flyer at coshocton . osu . edu , call 740-622-2265 or email rogers . 376 @ osu . edu to register by Friday , April 28 .
Tea Party : “ The Happy Housewives ’ Tea Party ,” a special event at the Olde Main Street Museum and Social Center on Saturday , May 6 at 2 p . m . in Newcomerstown . This will be a tea party , 1950 ’ s style , featuring a menu and entertainment from the 1950 ’ s . Prizes will be awarded to persons wearing the most authentic costume from the 1950s , the prettiest costume , etc . Tickets for this event are $ 10 . Call 740-498-7735 during box office hours , which are Saturdays from 10 a . m . – 12 p . m . and Thursdays from 5 - 7 p . m . to reserve your ticket . Orders of six tickets at once will reserve a table for you and your group . The Olde Main Street Museum and Social Center is located at 221 West Canal Street , Newcomerstown , Ohio . The last day to order tickets is Thursday , May 4 .
Evening of Musical Entertainment : The West Lafayette Lions Club will have its 13th annual Evening of Musical Entertainment on Saturday , May 6 at Ridgewood High School . Doors open at 5 p . m . and the
show starts at 6:30 p . m . Performing will be The Sticks and Stones , an acoustic and vocal trio of Bill Price , Skip Anderson , and Greg Mann . All hailing from Newark , the three perform hit songs from the 1960s through today . Advanced tickets are $ 5 and may be reserved by calling 740-545-9418 . Tickets are $ 8 at the door . A food stand will be available . Proceeds to benefit the West Lafayette Lions Scholarship Fund .
Historical Club : The Coshocton Historical Club will meet May 8 at 1 p . m . at the Roscoe United Methodist Church . Dessert will be served . Devotions will be given by Peggy Hamilton . Roll call will be to name your favorite farm animal . Program team members are Carolyn Hays , Peggy Hamilton , Lois Iler , and Joyce Stocker . Pam Whitney Gray will present , “ Ohio Barns ”. Guests and new members are welcome .
Burst into Bloom : The Pink Ladies will have their annual geranium and plant sale on Friday , May 26 from 9 a . m . – 5 p . m . at the Coshocton Regional Medical Center Business Annex located on 14th Street between Orange and Walnut Streets . Geraniums are $ 3.50 each or $ 42 per dozen . Bedding plants are $ 15 per flat . Pre-orders are available by calling 740-623-4196 or stopping by the Coshocton Regional Medical Hospital gift shop by May 22 .
$ 100 Club : West Lafayette Lions Club will have their $ 100 club again this year . For $ 100 donation , you will get a chance to win one or more of 20 drawings for $ 100 . There will be no more than 53 tickets in each drawing . The drawings will be held the first and third Tuesday of each month beginning in June and ending March 2018 . Whoever draws the joker card wins $ 100 at that time . There will also be two drawings for $ 500 , the first will be the first Tuesday in June and the last will be the third Tuesday in March 2018 . Make checks payable to the West Lafayette Lions Club by May 31 and mail to 307 Johnson St ., West Lafayette . Include your email address , home address , and phone number . Questions : John Hardesty at 740-545-9418 .
Plant Sale : The Master Gardener Volunteers Annual Plant Sale will be in the Rotary Pavilion at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds on June 3 . The plant sale will open to the public at 8:30 a . m . There will be assorted types of plants available ; many from the MGV own collections . They will likely have annuals , perennials , trees and shrubs , vegetable plants , herbs , bulbs , houseplants and more . There will also be a table of garden-related items for sale . They will have a table with information on Milkweed and Monarchs ( their theme this year ) and other gardening-related information . If you have any garden / flower / plant / bug / plant disease question , feel free to ask any MGV .
Helping Hands for Special Needs Scouts : A non-profit organization that is bringing awareness and support to Special Needs Scouts by selling merchant discount cards for $ 10 . Proceeds will benefit those Special Needs Scouts with financial support for camp outings and assistance for a caregiver to attend with them if needed . Call 740-545-6821 for purchase and check our Facebook page for upcoming Helping Hands sighting locations . Applications for assistance will be accepted beginning January 2017 .
APRIL 26, 2017 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 31 |  COMMUNITY CALENDAR Church, 29445 County Road 10 Fresno. Learn more at www.chilibiblechurch.org or www.facebook.com/ ChiliChurch Inside Sale: Church of God will have an inside sale at 703 S. 2nd St., Coshocton on April 28 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and on April 29 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Lunch stand on Friday and a bag sale on Saturday. Rummage Sale: The Presbyterian Church in Coshocton will have a rummage sale in the church basement on Friday, April 28 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Saturday, April 29 from 9 a.m. – noon. Lots of women’s shoes, adult and children’s clothing, household items, electronics, toys, collectibles, books, baked goods, and more. Saturday is bag sale Saturday. $5 for a black garbage bag full and $3 for a white kitchen bag full. Bags provided. All proceeds go to Presbyterian Women’s Mission Projects. Enter through the 4th Street door. Swiss Steak Supper: Killbuck United Methodist Church will be having its annual Swiss steak supper on Saturday, April 29 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Killbuck School. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10. Questions: Rick Allison at 330-276-5181. Food available for carry-out. White Elephant Sale: Trinway United Methodist Church will have a white elephant sale and bake sale on April 29. Lunch will be available. Donation only. Day of Prayer: River View Ministerial Association will sponsor a National Day of Prayer ceremony on May 4 at the gazebo in Warsaw. Spring Fellowship Luncheon: The Coshocton County Church Women United, an association of Christian women, will have their spring fellowship luncheon on Friday, May 5 at noon hosted by Roscoe United Meth- odist Church, 475 High St. Guest speakers will be Beth Nelson and Bea Lehner. Cost is $6. Deadline reserva- tion is May 1. Call Joan McNeely at 740-622-5507 or Catherine Miller at 740-622-1541. Praise and Worship Weekend: There will be a spring praise and worship weekend at Warsaw Camp and Retreat Center, 818 Main St., Warsaw, May 5 – 7 starting at 6 p.m. that Friday. Speakers will be Pastor Chuck Erbe on Saturday and Pastor Bob Davis on Sunday. Friday evening entertainment will be 10-year- old comedian Carson Rowland who has won first in the state twice and second in the national talent expo. Musical entertainment will also be provided. A love offering will be accepted. For lodging inquires, call Lori at 740-610-8338. Common Bond Quartet: The Common Bond Quartet will be at Keene United Methodist Church on Saturday, May 6 at 6 p.m. The church is located at 27100 County Road 1, Coshocton. Chicken Dinner: There will be a baked barbecue chick- en dinner on Saturday, May 6. Dinner consists of half a chicken, baked beans, macaroni salad, applesauce, brownie, roll, and beverage. Cost is $8 per person and dinners can be picked up at Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church. Carryout only. Pick-up from 4 – 6 p.m. Proceeds to benefit Canal Lewisville UMC Community Projects. Barbecue is sponsored by Baker’s IGA. Presale tickets only. Contact Jane at 740-545-9225. Guest Speaker: Guest speaker Pastor Jim Scudder, Jr. from Illinois will be speaking on Amazing Prophecies - Daniel’s 70 Weeks at Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Wednesday, May 10 at 6:30 p.m. Pastor Scudder is the host of national TV program “In Grace”, the pastor of the Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church and the president of Dayspring Bible College and Seminary. There will be a fun program for the kids. 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, 740-545-9707 Learn more at www. chilibiblechurch.org. Mother’s Day: Every mom gets a box of chocolate-cov- ered strawberries at the Mother’s Day Celebration at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14 at 10:30 a.m. Chili Crossroads Bible Church, 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, 740-545-9707. Learn more at www.chilibiblechurch.org or www. chilibiblechurch.org/ChiliChurch Craft Show: The Baptist Women Missions of the First Baptist Church of West Lafayette is sponsoring its first craft show on May 20 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Proceeds will go to help build a picnic shelter which will be available to the community. Contact: Paula Cheney at 740-545-9992 if interested in setting up for the craft show. National Faith and Fellowship Day: Pastors Biggers and Uhlig of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church respectively, have called for a National Faith and Fellowship Day where churches across the country close their doors on Sunday, July 30 to visit another church in their area. They are calling for 1,000 churches throughout the nation to participate. The desired outcome is that people of faith will show solidarity in the human spirit through faith and fellowship. 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