The Coshocton County Beacon August 30, 2017 - Page 12

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12 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com AUGUST 30 , 2017
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Correction

The article on the American Legion Car Show in the Aug . 16 issue of the Beacon incorrectly listed the cost for the car show . Cost was $ 12 the day of or $ 10 if pre-registered . 2017 Car , Truck , and Motorcycle Show trophies were sponsored by the following : Baird Concrete , Beer Dock , Brent and Lorie Clark , Carroll ’ s Men ’ s Shop , Century 21 Realty , Coshocton Chiropractic Center , Coshocton Collison , Coshocton County Veterans Council , Coshocton Dentistry , Coshocton Lease and Rental , Coshocton Tire , Coshocton Trucking , Endsley Insurance , G & M Automotive LLC , Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home , H & H Auto Body , Huebner ’ s Auto Care , Jacob Vanaman Agency , John Dunlop Insurance , Johnson ’ s Heating and Cooling , Josh and Julia Fisher , Michael Taylor Insurance , Miller Funeral Home , Mission Auto Connection , Rick ’ s Auto Sales , Sensational Styles , Shriver Tire , Stewart Interior , Wilson Carpet and Furniture , and WTNS .

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Three RVHS graduates serving together in Afghanistan

By Josie Sellers and Jen Jones
WARSAW – Three River View High School graduates have found themselves together while serving overseas and doing their part to protect our country .
Richie Bechtol , class of 2009 serving in the U . S . Army , Morgan Landis , class of 2009 serving in the U . S . Air Force , and Dusty Langley , class of 2010 serving in the U . S . Army , are all stationed in Afghanistan .
Langley , a sergeant in the Army National Guard , said he and Bechtol are in the same unit and just by luck ended up in the same place as Landis .
“ What are the odds the three of us all end up at the same place ,” Langley said . “ I think it ’ s a blessing to get to serve with a couple guys I grew up with . You know you always have someone you can talk about home and old memories with . That helps time move a little faster .”
Bechtol also is happy to have his fellow River View graduates serving with him .
“ Morgan and I were always good friends and played golf together ,” Bechtol said . “ Dusty and I used to play ball at Kids America a lot . Dusty and I are in the same unit so I knew we ’ d be over here together . Morgan on the other hand I found out was here from my mother talking to his mother . It ’ s nice having that connection with someone over here being able to talk about life back home .”
The three River View graduates had a picture taken together that has worked its way back home and even appeared on River View ’ s website .
“ We knew we were all coming here and we all knew each other in school and played sports together ,” Landis said . “ I ’ m just glad to be here doing my mission for the Air Force and to have friends that I went to school with here doing the Army ’ s mission is a satisfying feeling . It brings me pride that we can all represent our alma mater in a positive way and our community as a whole .”

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Pictured from left are Richie Bechtol , Morgan Landis and Dusty Langley . All three graduated from River View high school and are currently serving in the military in Afghanistan .
Langley added that it ’ s nice to have the support of people back home .
“ I am truly thankful for all the support we receive from friends , family members , and the community ,” he said . “ I am also thankful to be capable of serving my country and representing our hometown in a positive manner . Go Bears !”

Museum announces new preschool program

COSHOCTON - The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum invites preschoolers ( 2-5 years ) to get better acquainted with four popular animals on Thursdays in September from 10 to 10:40 a . m .
For thousands of years people from most cultures have decorated their everyday objects with the images of animals , whether domestic or wild . Each week children will visit a different gallery and hunt for the featured animal . Once the objects are found , they will play animal games , sing songs , hear a story and make a craft to take home . Families are welcome to explore the museum on their own for the remaining hour . Please let us know that you ’ re coming by contacting the museum at 740-622- 8710 or e-mail .
Beasts that crawl , prance , fly and run is free , thanks to the support of the Coshocton Kiwanis Foundation . The Ohio Arts Council also helped fund this event with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth , educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans . The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located in Historic Roscoe Village , at 300 N . Whitewoman St .
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12 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Correction Th e article on the American Legion Car Show in the Aug. 16 issue of the Beacon incorrectly listed the cost for the car show. Cost was $12 the day of or $10 if pre-registered. 2017 Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show trophies were sponsored by the following: Baird Concrete, Beer Dock, Brent and Lorie Clark, Carroll’s Men’s Shop, Century 21 Realty, Coshocton Chiropractic Center, Coshocton Collison, Coshocton County Veterans Council, Coshocton Dentistry, Co- shocton Lease and Rental, Coshocton Tire, Coshoc- ton Trucking, Endsley Insurance, G&M Automotive LLC, Given-Dawson-Paisley Funeral Home, H & H Auto Body, Huebner’s Auto Care, Jacob Vanaman Agency, John Dunlop Insurance, Johnson’s Heating and Cooling, Josh and Julia Fisher, Michael Taylor Insurance, Miller Funeral Home, Mission Auto Con- nection, Rick’s Auto Sales, Sensational Styles, Shriver Tire, Stewart Interior, Wilson Carpet and Furniture, and WTNS. Happy Hill Farm Seasonal Homegrown Produce CERTIFIED ORGANIC John Jr. & Ruth Miller 29575 T.R. 469 Fresno, OH 43824 1 mile west of Pearl Valley Cheese Phone: 740-545-7536 x1 Have You Heard? AUGUST 30, 2017 Three RVHS graduates serving together in Afghanistan By Josie Sellers and Jen Jones WARSAW – Th ree River View High School graduates have found themselves together while serving overseas and doing their part to protect our country. Richie Bechtol, class of 2009 serving in the U.S. Army, Morgan Landis, class of 2009 serving in the U.S. Air Force, and Dusty Langley, class of 2010 serving in the U.S. Army, are all stationed in Afghanistan. Langley, a sergeant in the Army National Guard, said he and Bechtol are in the same unit and just by luck ended up in the same place as Landis. “What are the odds the three of us all end up at the same place,” Langley said. “I think it’s a blessing to get to serve with a couple guys I grew up with. You know you always have someone you can talk about home and old memories with. Th at helps time move a little faster.” Bechtol also is happy to have his fellow River View graduates serving with him. “Morgan and I were always good friends and played golf together,” Bechtol said. “Dusty and I used to play ball at Kids America a lot. Dusty and I are in the same unit so I knew we’d be over here together. Morgan on the other hand I found out was here from my mother talking to his mother. It’s nice having that connection with someone over here being able to talk about life back home.” Th e three River View graduates had a picture taken together that has worked its way back home and even appeared on River View’s website. “We knew we were all coming here and we all knew each other in school and played sports together,” Landis said. “I’m just glad to be here doing my mission for the Air Force and to have friends that I went to school with here doing the Army’s mission is a satisfying feeling. It brings me pride that we can all represent our alma ma- ter in a positive way and our community as a whole.” While your initial fit will always take place in our clinic, ReSound Assist gives you an extra option to stay in touch with us by offering remote fine-tuning and remote hearing aid updates. All purchases in the month of August will be entered into a drawing to WIN a ZVOX AccutVoice TV Speaker System! Hearing Aid Sales & Service Locally Owned & Operated! Aaron Garabrandt, BC-HIS* Like Us on Facebook! 740.552.1519 www.hearagainllc.com • aaron@hearagainllc.com 117 S. 6th St., Coshocton, OH • 2809 Bell Street, Suite C, Zanesville, OH & ACCEPTED Meadow View Bargains Surplus Merchandise Hardware - Tools - Housewares Baby Items - Toys INVENTORY CHANGES OFTEN! Hours: Mon.-Wed. 7:30-8; Tues.-Fri. 7:30-5; Sat. 7:30-12 Noon; Th urs. & Sun. Closed 330-600-0416 4151 CR 59, Baltic, OH 43804 1 Mile West of New Bedford *made for iPhone Langley added that it’s nice to have the support of people back home. “I am truly thankful for all the support we receive from friends, family members, and the community,” he said. “I am also thankful to be capable of serving my country and representing our hometown in a positive manner. Go Bears!” Museum announces new preschool program ReSound LiNX 3D Hear more than you ever thought possible the future of Smart Hearing™ is here Contributed | Beacon Pictured from left are Richie Bechtol, Morgan Landis and Dusty Langley. All three graduated from River View high school and are currently serving in the military in Afghanistan. COSHOCTON - Th e Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum invites preschoolers (2-5 years) to get better acquainted with four popular animals on Th ursdays in September from 10 to 10:40 a.m. For thousands of years people from most cultures have decorated their everyday objects with the images of animals, whether domestic or wild. Each week children will visit a diff erent gallery and hunt for the featured animal. Once the objects are found, they will play animal games, sing songs, hear a story and make a craft to take home. Families are welcome to explore the museum on their own for the remaining hour. Please let us know that you’re coming by contacting the museum at 740-622- 8710 or e-mail. Beasts that crawl, prance, fl y and run is free, thanks to the support of the Coshocton Kiwanis Foundation. Th e Ohio Arts Council also helped fund this event with state tax dollars ѼɅɽѠՍѥ)ፕձɅɥЁȁ≠Q))ͽ!յɥ͔5͕մ́ѕ!ѽɥ)I͍YЀ8]ѕݽMи) ɥѕ