The Coshocton County Beacon April 3, 2019

FREE! FREE! • April 3-9, 2019 • Vol. 11 • No. 49 • TheBeacon Positively Coshocton County for 10 Years Preparations started for Indian Mud Run FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS By Jenn Jones support of the community. “We keep doing this because you all seem to enjoy it so much,” said Louise Cardenzana, president of the club. “We were established in COSHOCTON – Despite the rain, about 30 volunteers showed up at the old Hilltop Golf Course (now the home of the Indian Mud Run) on March 30 to start preparations for the race that will be held June 22. Hubie Cushman, one of the race or- ganizers, ran the course earlier in the week and found about 60 spots that could pose a risk to locals who use the path and to race athletes. Volunteers brought chain saws and other equip- ment to clear debris from the course. Th e clubhouse was also given a good cleaning to prepare for the big event. “We opened registration in Septem- ber 2018 at the request of many. In the past, our opening wasn’t until Th anks- giving weekend. We have 35 states, the District of Columbia and Canada showing up. Th ey are coming from coast to coast. Currently, we have as many registered at this time as we did on race day last year. We look to break 1,000 athletes this year,” said Amy Taylor, race organizer. Last year, the event had 567 com- petitors. Taylor shared that the group starts organizing the next year’s event as soon as one fi nishes. Race weekend brings a huge boost to the local community as athletes stay in local hotels and campgrounds and visit restaurants and places of SEE CLUB ON PAGE 13 SEE RUN ON PAGE 13 COSHOCTON PALLET & DOOR 23222 CR 621 Lenten Lunches wrapping up See information on page 12 Josie Sellers | Beacon Coshocton County’s locally-owned newspaper Judy Blair was serenaded by Christopher Graves during the Janusian Club’s fantasy cruise - themed Ladies Night Out held March 28 at Ridgewood Middle School. Graves sang and danced on cruise ships for 30 years. The crowd also heard a number from the cast of “Newsies,” which is being performed by students at Ridgewood High school. For more photos, visit www. Ladies Night Out helps Janusian Club give back By Josie Sellers WEST LAFAYETTE – Th e Janusian Club couldn’t do its annual Ladies Night Out without the Choose the Best for Your Real Better Estate Needs Good For the Service You Deserve. Dedication to Sellers & Buyers Best Find 0007_022019 Marc Lacy 740.502.3074 Kelly Shrimplin 740.502.6692 YES Paul Bratton Auctioneer 740.327.6331 Jessica Williams 740.502.6095 Robert Bennett 740.502.0487 Kyle Myers 740.502.2383 Debbie John Thomas BeLinda Christy Darlene Myers 740.502.4342 Lacy Dickerson Guess 740.502.1589 740.294.8869 740.507.0664 740.502.2920 740-622-3669 • 218 Cambridge Rd., Coshocton •