The Coshocton County Beacon August 30, 2017 - Page 9

AUGUST 30, 2017 Above and Beyond members plan fair booth COSHOCTON – Th e Above and Beyond 4-H Club met Aug. 20 at the Keene United Methodist Church’s picnic shelter. Six members gave demonstrations on topics ranging from welding safety to explaining the proposes and diff erences of beef halters. New business consisted of a few reminders to make sure any outstand- ing dues be paid by the next meeting. Members are encouraged to bring in pic- tures of themselves with their livestock projects and to bring all project materials to the next meeting to be showcased in the fair booth. Th e club also took a group picture to be displayed in the booth. Th e next meeting will be held on Sept. 17 at Keene United Methodist Church and the club will have a pizza party. Contributed | Beacon VFW sponsoring contests for students COSHOCTON – Th e VFW is sponsoring two contests for area youth. Th e theme for Patriot’s Pen this year is “America’s Gift to My Generation.” Th e contest is open to sixth through eighth grade students and the deadline is Oct. 31. Contestants must write their own es- say, all essays should be typed in English with no color or graphics and cannot be less than 300 words or greater than 400 words in length. In no way may contes- tants identify themselves within their essay. Th ey also can’t put their name on their essay. Th e theme for Voice of Democracy is “American History: Our Hope for the Future.” Th is contest is open to students in ninth through 12th grade and the deadline also is Oct. 31. Record your original 3-5 minute essay on an audio CD or a fl ash drive. One student per CD or fl ash drive. You must be the sole author of your essay and the recording must be in your own voice and in English. No music, signing, poetry or sound eff ects are allowed. Th e body of the essay must not identify you in any way. However, the recording and typed essay should be labeled with your name, to show owner- ship. Linus and Cheryle Kilchenman are coordinating the event for the local V.F.W. Post 1330. For more information, call 740-829-2082 or check with your school’s offi ce. Contributed | Beacon 0040_080217 SHUTTERS Keep the View - Kill the SHADES Glare Use Solar Shades SOFT TREATMENTS BLINDS with this coupon Not valid with DRAPERIES any other offer. Budget Blinds of Mt. Vernon Expires 8/31/17 ROMAN Schedule your FREE In-home Consultation SHADES 740-504-5732 THE BEACON 9 25% Off Disney themed breakfast set By Josie Sellers WARSAW – Th e River View High School Music Department upcoming pancake breakfast will feature some special guests and fun for the whole family. Th e Disney-themed breakfast will feature costumed characters, a Disney movie to enjoy while you eat, a coloring contest and face painting. “Disney is very particular with its copyright, but I can tell you there will be a boy and girl mouse there and some princesses,” said Dawn Anglin, choir director at RVHS. “Some of our kids dress up in costumes and it creates a fun atmosphere.” Th e pancake breakfast is from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 2 in the RVHS cafeteria. Cost is $5 or by donation for those under 5 years of age. Th e meal in- cludes all you can eat pancakes, sausage links (small donation for extra sausage), milk and juice. Hannah Marie’s is also donating coff ee. She explained that the music department likes to give band and choir students the opportunity to travel to Disney every four years and this fundraiser helps off set transportation costs for the trip. “It’s $10,000 a bus and just for our two buses that’s $20,000 in transportation,” Anglin said. While at Disney, the band students have the opportunity to perform in a parade and the choir members sing on an outdoor stage. “Th is year we are adding an additional component that we haven’t done the last two years where the students will be able to actually work with Disney musicians,” Anglin said. Th e band will create a Disney soundtrack and the choir will record an excerpt from a Disney animated movie. “We like to do this so the kids have a chance to travel and experience a diff er- ent part of the country,” Anglin said. “A lot of these kids have never been to the beach so we make sure we take time for that too. It’s a great experience for them to be out on the road and in a bigger city atmosphere. Th ey also get the opportu- nity to see our craft in conjunction with occupations. Kids often think the only thing you can do with a music degree is become a music teacher, but this shows them there are many diff erent career paths.” 40 th Wedding Anniversary Lloyd Tenney and Kathy (Tonkery) Tenney were married at the Whitehall Church of Christ in Fairmont, WV on September 3, 1977. Lloyd recently retired from serving as minister for the Coshocton Church of Christ, and Kathy retired from serving as the nurse for Hopewell School. Both served faithfully in their professions for over 20 years. Th ey plan to enjoy their retirement spending time with family and friends. Lloyd and Kathy have three children: Crystal of Lawrenceville, GA, Michelle of Indianapolis, IN, and their son Joshua in Heaven. Th ey also have three grandch ildren: Malachi, Mikaiah, and Micah. 0006_083017