The Coshocton County Beacon December 4, 2019 - Page 19

HEARING TESTS SET FOR COSHOCTON AREA Hearing evaluations will be given at Beltone Hearing Aid Center. The evaluation will be given by a Hearing Care Practitioner in Coshocton on Thursday, December 5th & Tuesday, December 10th. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding conversations is invited to have a hearing evaluation to see if this problem can be helped. Bring this Coupon in for your HEARING TEST: a $175 value, FREE! Hearing Aid Center Family owned and operated for over 60 years Coshocton, OH • 135 Downtowner Plaza Hearing tests will be given on Thursday, December 5th & Tuesday, December 10th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Zanesville, OH • 2800 Maple Ave Suite M1 Mark Fortune | Beacon Cindy Kaiser (right) was inducted into the Warsaw Lions Club Music & Comedy Show Hall of Fame. She is pictured with Audrey Phillips. Mark Fortune | Beacon Dairel Kaiser (left) was inducted into the Warsaw Lions Club Music & Comedy Show Hall of Fame. He is pictured with Audrey Phillips. Hearing tests will be given on Friday, December 6th, Monday, December 9th and Wednesday, December 11th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm CALL 740-217-3910 or 888-744-7598 FOR AN APPOINTMENT NOW! WALK-INS ALWAYS WELCOME! Evening and Weekend tests by appointment. Most Insurance Plans Accepted! Managed Care Plans Offered! BRING THIS COUPON! DEC. 9 - DEC. 13 SENIOR MENU Monday, Dec. 9 Mark Fortune | Beacon D. Curtis Lee (right) was inducted into the Warsaw Lions Club Music & Comedy Show Hall of Fame. He is pictured with Dairel Kaiser. Mark Fortune | Beacon Gary Kilpatrick (right) was inducted into the Warsaw Lions Club Music & Comedy Show Hall of Fame. He is pictured with Dairel Kaiser. SHOW: Fun was had at the Lions Club Show FROM PAGE 1 “We certainly have big shoes to fill because they set the bar really, really high. We’re hoping that we’ve succeed- ed with that. A lot of people have stepped in from the chorus and other people in the community to help us bring the show forth this year. “This is all about the Lions Club and raising the money so we can put it right back in the community. We have a lot of need and that’s where we want to put the money. “I just want to thank the community - the commu- nity has been so supportive from talking to people and getting ticket sales or just someone stopping you in the grocery store and asking how they can help - our com- munity is so supportive and you don’t realize that until you move away. And when you come back home you realize the real sense of community that is right here at Warsaw supporting the Lions Club. Rice, who has participated in the show for seven or eight years, said, “Well, this is terrifying of course - but I’ve been coming to the show since I was probably 8-years-old and it took me a really long time to master the courage to put myself into the show and being able to run it now is just kind of a dream come true - I’ve always been a producer of sorts and I couldn’t see this show end. “It’s exciting to have new people step into the roles that were held by long time show participants - it’s always good to have some change. This is a big change for every- one - even for someone like me who has been coming to DECEMBER 4, 2019 the show and seeing those same people year after year after year but having them step down and being one of the people to replace them - these were people that I looked up to - that gives me the strength to and courage to put on a good show in their honor and keep the tradi- tion going. It’s really exciting to give some new people a chance to fill those shoes. “Some of the skits we have this year - they are hilarious - they are real doozies and very family friendly. We had a critic come out and review the show and she was very, very pleased. “Without this fundraiser I’m not quite sure what the Lions Club would do, so it is super important that it con- tinues. It is their biggest fundraiser. They do a lot of good things for a lot of people. “People have been asking me if I was nervous and normally I only have one thing to focus on and that’s my solo - but this year I have so many things bouncing around in my head that I’m not nervous, I’m just in a Zen place. I feel really, really good about what we are putting forward. I feel really confident about the show. I think people are going to enjoy the show - we have some amazing talent here in Coshocton County.” Four individuals were inducted into the Warsaw Lions Club Music & Comedy Show hall of fame during the Sat- urday evening show for their many years of dedication and service to the show: D. Curtis Lee, Gary Kilpatrick, Dairel Kaiser and Cindy Kaiser. Meatloaf w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Key West Blend Vegetables, Sliced Peaches, Dinner, Roll & Milk Tuesday, Dec. 10 Shredded Chicken, Tater Tots, Lemon Garlic Brussels Sprouts, Fruit Cocktail in Orange Jell-O, Bun & Milk Wednesday, Dec. 11 Beef & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Broccoli Florets, Tropical Fruit, Cookie, Bread & Milk Thursday, Dec. 12 ACTIVITIES Monday, Dec. 9 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30-11:15 Monday Bingo! 11:00 Blood Pressure Checks By: Interim HealthCare 12:45 Strength & Balance Tuesday, Dec. 10 8:00 Yoga 9:15 Cario Drumming 9:30 Nails with Penny 10:30 Mindful Meditation 11:30 Birthday Party 11:30 Commodity Box Pick-Up Wednesday, Dec. 11 Italian Sub, Cream of Tomato Soup, Orange, Dragon Punch, Crackers & Milk 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 11:30 Holiday Energy Saving Presentation 12:45 Strength & Balance Friday, Dec. 13 Thursday, Dec. 12 Center Closed for Employee Recognition Banquet December Soup Chili Soup Served 11-1 Takeout or Eat-In $3 each. Includes Crackers. Salads Available! Served 11-1 $3 ea. Takeout or Eat-In Choice of Toppings & Dressings 8:00 Yoga 9:30 Chair Massage - Carol 11:15 Brain Games 1:00 Movie Matinee Friday, Dec. 13 Center Closed for Employee Recognition Banquet 0014_120419 If you need transportation to the Center for meals, activities, or weekly grocery shopping, call us at 740-622-4852 to schedule your ride at least one day in advance. To access ingredient content, please call Bud Moore 740-622-4852 All seniors are welcome: bring a friend! Call for more information: 740-622-4852 Coshocton County Senior Center 201 Browns Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-4852 Center hours are Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 19