The Coshocton County Beacon December 4, 2019 - Page 40

DELINQUENT LAND TAX DELINQUENT LAND TAX ORDER OF SALE ON COMPLAINT FOR FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT LAND TAX ORDER OF SALE ON COMPLAINT FOR FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT LAND TAX State of Ohio, Coshocton County Case # 2019CI0080 State of Ohio, Coshocton County Case # 2019CI0151 IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND TAXES BY ACTION IN REM, JANETTE DONAKER, TREASURER OF COSHOCTON COUNTY, OHIO Plaintiff VS JACK R. SCHUMAKER, ET. AL. PARCELS OF LAND ENCUMBERED WITH DELINQUENT TAX LIENS Defendant IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT LAND TAXES BY ACTION IN REM, JANETTE DONAKER, TREASURER OF COSHOCTON COUNTY, OHIO Plaintiff VS RICHARD T MORGAN JR (DECEASED), ET. AL. PARCELS OF LAND ENCUMBERED WITH DELINQUENT TAX LIENS Defendant In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the South door of the Courthouse in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of January 2020, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the Coun- ty of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in THE TOWNSHIP OF WHITE EYES to wit: If said property does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day and at the same place on January 17, 2020. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the South door of the Courthouse in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of January 2020, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the Coun- ty of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in THE TOWNSHIP OF MONROE to wit: If said property does not receive a sufficient bid, it shall be offered for sale under the same terms and conditions of the first sale and at the same time of day and at the same place on January 17, 2020. PROPERTY LOCATED: TOWNSHIP ROAD 171, FRESNO, OHIO 43824 PARCEL# 042-10200037-00 PROPERTY LOCATED: TOWNSHIP ROAD 130, KILLBUCK, OHIO 44637 PARCEL# 026-00000276-00 NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), Unit- ed States Code. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), Unit- ed States Code. TERMS OF SALE: $2,413.29 And any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, pen- alties, and interest due and payable subse- quent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting At- torney plus costs incurred in this foreclosure proceeding; including but not limited to title search fees in the amount of Two Hundred Ten and 00/100 (210.00) Dollars. TERMS OF SALE: $5,579.91 And any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, pen- alties, and interest due and payable subse- quent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting At- torney plus costs incurred in this foreclosure proceeding; including but not limited to title search fees in the amount of Two Hundred Ten and 00/100 (210.00) Dollars. TIMOTHY L. ROGERS, SHERIFF COSHOCTON COUNTY, OHIO TIMOTHY L. ROGERS, SHERIFF COSHOCTON COUNTY, OHIO ATTORNEY: JAMES R. SKELTON, 309 MAIN STREET, COSHOCTON, OHIO 43812 (Pub: CCB, Nov 27, Dec 4,11, 2019 #Schumaker, Jack R 2019CI0080) ATTORNEY: JAMES R. SKELTON, 309 MAIN STREET, COSHOCTON, OHIO 43812 (Pub: CCB, Nov 27, Dec 4,11, 2019 #Morgan, Richard T, Jr. (Dec) 2019CI0151) Interim HealthCare Home Care named as a top agency of the 2019 ABILITY HomeCare Elite COSHOCTON - Interim HealthCare Home Care announced that it has been named a top agency of the 2019 HomeCare Elite®, a recognition of the top-performing home health agencies in the United States. For 14 years, HomeCare Elite has annually identified the top 25 percent of Medi- care-certified agencies and highlighted the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall. The ranking is developed by ABILITY® Network, a leading information technology company helping providers and payers simplify the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare. It is sponsored by DecisionHealth, part of the H3.Group. “We’re pleased to recognize Interim Health- Care for exemplifying best practice in patient care,” said Christine Lang, senior director for ABILITY Network. “Interim HealthCare home health professionals have demonstrated ex- ceptional commitment to care quality and the patient experience.” Cindi Harriman, branch manager of Interim HealthCare Home Care, credits her exceptional staff with the agency’s ability to achieve rec- ognition as one of the HomeCare Elite. “Our vision is to make Interim HealthCare the leader in transforming the image of traditional home healthcare” Harriman said. “Congratulations to Interim HealthCare from all of the staff at DecisionHealth,” said Marci Geipe, product manager for Decision Health. “Your leadership and staff have placed a premi- um on the patient care your agency provides as showcased by your quality outcome scores. The entire community benefits from the compas- sion that your staff shows toward your patients, leading to cost savings for the entire healthcare system.” “Our vision is to make Interim HealthCare the leader in transforming the image of traditional home healthcare.” - Cindi Harriman branch manager of Interim HealthCare Home Care HomeCare Elite agencies are determined by an analysis of performance measures in quality outcomes, best practices implementation, pa- tient experience (HHCAHPS), quality improve- ment and consistency, and financial health. In order to be considered, an agency must be Medicare-certified and have data for at least three outcomes in Home Health Compare. Out of 8,818 agencies considered, 2,207 are recog- nized on the 2019 HomeCare Elite winners list overall. The entire list of 2019 HomeCare Elite agen- cies can be downloaded by visiting the ABILITY Network website at abilitynetwork.com/home- care-elite. Contributed | Beacon Warsaw’s Christmas parade and candlelighting held By Jen Jones Jen Jones | Beacon Early Strickland, 2, was amazed by the beautiful trees at the festival of trees at the museum in Warsaw. She visited the mu- seum with her family after the Christmas parade on Sunday, Dec. 1. Early loves animals and dinosaurs and that’s what she wants for Christmas. 40 THE BEACON WARSAW - Despite a little rain and wind, families lined Main Street in Warsaw on Sunday, Dec. 1 to see Santa arrive and enjoy the annual candlelighting cer- emony. This year, activities were added for children in the fire station. Halli and Megan Roberts, from Warsaw United Methodist Church, were helping at one craft table in the fire department. The girls said they like to help out with church activities. Children could choose a book to color and also got to pick a pencil to take home. Pastor Wesley George, from the Warsaw UMC, said the Christmas committee in Warsaw asked churches to come up with a craft or activity for children to do during the evening. “It’s a great way to help and to be part of the community – to be out in it.” Raymond and Ayla Bonar were two of the chil- dren making a craft. They each chose to fill plastic ornaments with sparkles and beads. Ayla, 12, said her ornament turned out very pretty and that she is hoping to get a leather jacket for Christmas. Ray- mond, 4, said it was “kinda hard” to get the sparkles in the ornament and that he wants a race car track for Christmas. The Lion’s Club was also in the fire station provid- ing hot chocolate and cookies. Allyssa Mullett, from the Lion’s Club, said that the River View FFA and Leo Club (high school age members of the Lion’s Club) were helping to make and pass out the treats. The parade expanded this year and included sev- eral queens, fire trucks, businesses, the Grinch and, of course, Santa. Coshocton County Sheriff’s Depu- ties were also walking in the parade and passing out treats to the children lining the street. Both K-9 units were also part of the parade. After the parade, the choir students from Warsaw Elementary School sang and the candlelighting was held. James Rose, from the Christmas Committee, thanked everyone who helped make the festival bigger this year and invited everyone to visit the busi- nesses that stayed open for the event. The museum also had a festival of trees and many people enjoyed the beautifully decorated trees. www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com DECEMBER 4, 2019