The Coshocton County Beacon January 10, 2018 - Page 6

6 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com JANUARY 10 , 2018

| OBITUARIES

COSHOCTON - Marlene Faye ( Wilson ) Salmans of Coshocton passed away December 24 , 2017 .
She was born September 10 , 1939 in Coshocton to the late William H . Wilson and Eleanor A . ( Clark ) Wilson . She was a graduate of Coshocton High School .
She was married to James A . Salmans who preceded her in death in 1992 . She is survived by her son Todd A . Salmans ( Jackie ) of Coshocton ; three grandchildren , Stephen , Kaitlyn and Tara Salmans ; a sister Bonnalee Roahrig ; and a brother William J . Wilson ( Shirley ). In addition to her parents and husband , she was preceded in death by a son , James A . Salmans II ; infant sister Jo-Ann Wilson ; and brother-in-law Leland Roahrig . Per her wishes , a private graveside service was held at South Lawn Cemetery January 5th with the Rev . James Greer officiating . Contributions in her memory may be made to the Coshocton County Animal Shelter , 21755 TR 164 , Coshocton , OH 43812 . Arrangements entrusted to Addy Funeral Home in Newcomerstown .

Annual Martin Luther King Jr . commemoration to be held Jan . 17

NEWARK - Central Ohio Technical College ( COTC ) and The Ohio State University at Newark will hold their ninth annual Martin Luther King Jr . Commemoration on Wednesday , Jan . 17 , at 6 p . m . Guest speaker Derek DeHart will present “ A Dream Deferred : The Uncertain Future of DACA and Dreamers .” The event will be held in the John Gilbert Reese Center ’ s Alford Performing Arts Hall located at 1209 University Drive , Newark campus . The presentation is free and open to the public .
The United States Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) formally rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) program on Sep . 5 , 2017 . Just one month later , on Oct . 5 , DHS stopped accepting renewal applications , propelling an estimated 800,000 DACA recipients , also known as Dreamers , into a state of fear and uncertainty about their futures . DeHart will explore DACA ’ s benefits and protections , program qualifications and the broader socioeconomic impacts of Congress acting — or failing to act — to codify DACA through legislation .
DeHart is co-founder and chief operations officer of DACA Time , a nonprofit organization whose mission is to lower the barriers to success for DACA Dreamers in the United States .
The event is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs at COTC and Ohio State Newark . Questions may be directed to Vorley Taylor , program director , at taylor . 1051 @ osu . edu or 740-366-9443 .
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Town and Country Garden Club offers lecture series

By Beth Scott beth @ coshoctoncountybeacon . com
COSHOCTON – With the cold and snow of an Ohio winter , many people start dreaming of spring and gardeners start preparing for this year ’ s gardening season . There ’ s no better time than now to think spring and start planning your garden with some helpful tips from experts at the first Town and Country Garden Club Garden Lecture Series .
The Coshocton Town and Country Garden Club is the oldest gardening club in Coshocton County and one of the few that are left . They currently have 18 members .
“ What I like about the Town and Country Garden Club is it ’ s a nice mix of men and women and it focuses completely on gardening ,” said Ed Kiefer , member of the club . “ Some gardening clubs put emphasis on floral design , but Town and Country always has been about gardening . I have talked to other garden club members and they are always amazed that we have men in our club , and I think how we accomplish that is our programming . We have a diverse set of speakers that centers around gardening .”
This three-part garden lecture series will begin on Thursday , Jan . 11 . All lectures will be at 7 p . m . in the Frontier Power Community Room . Reservations are highly suggested .
“ What we wanted to do in having these lectures is letting people know that we ’ re still out there and we ’ re still viable as a club ,” said Kiefer . “ We also want to try to build our membership and get people out of the house on a cold day . We want people to know about Town and Country Garden Club but also we like to garden so we think this will be a nice community project . We just wanted to have a nice event .”
The lecture series is open to the public and a $ 5 fee is required for each lecture . The money will go into the club ’ s general fund . Town and Country Garden Club has a lot of community projects including maintaining plantings
WARSAW - Echoing Hills , a Warsaw , based nonprofit that provides services to individuals with disabilities ( www . ehvi . org ), is proud to announce the appointment of Timothy Neville , MS Strategic Leadership , as vice president of operations . In his new role , Neville will be responsible to oversee the Echoing Hills residential and adult day service programs throughout the state of Ohio . He will
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work with regional staff to ensure compassionate care for those served or employed by Echoing Hills . Commitment to meeting the regulatory requirements given by local , state and federal authorities , and guiding Echoing Hills ’ financial strategies to meet budget goals for these programs established by the leadership team is also Neville ’ s responsibility . Neville will report to President / CEO Buddy Busch .
“ We believe that Tim ’ s past experience will provide at the fairgrounds and the Pomerene Center for the Arts . They also upgraded the round house at the fairgrounds where the fair flower show is hosted .
The first lecture in January will be The Ohio Heritage Garden at the governor ’ s mansion . Guest speaker Mary Lewis of Friends of the Heritage Garden at the Mansion will share information about the history , design , and maintenance of the garden .
“ This is kind of one of Ohio ’ s best-kept secrets ,” said Kiefer . “ The governor ’ s mansion is a beautiful place and it ’ s a nice place to start things off . I ’ m really looking forward to her talk .”
The next lecture will be Thursday , Feb . 8 and will feature Mark Miller of Franklin Park Conservatory speaking on home garden care , planting the right plant in the right place and pruning .
“ If you haven ’ t been to the Franklin Park Conservatory , you need to go ,” said Kiefer . “ It ’ s absolutely phenomenal . I can ’ t say enough about it . It ’ s a wonderful place to go on a cold and snowy day too . He [ Mark ] should be invaluable with tips to impart to us .”
The last lecture of the series will be Thursday , March 8 with Mike Ecker of Dawe ’ s Arboretum speaking on the best shrubs for the Midwest .
“ This will be appealing more to the home landscaper ,” said Kiefer . “ Everyone will be out and ready to dig in the dirt by this time .”
Lectures will last approximately 45 minutes to an hour with time at the end for questions .
“ I hope people get a little education out of these lectures ,” said Kiefer . “ I don ’ t know how many calls I field . People consider me to be knowledgeable on anything that ’ s planted , and I guess I am , but these are experts in the field . It will be nice to have experts come in and listen to them . Personally , I like going to a garden lecture . If I walk away from a garden lecture with one little tip , I ’ m happy .”

Echoing Hills names Tim Neville as vice president of operations

him with the necessary tools to lead our adult day and residential services into the future ,” said President / CEO of Echoing Hills Buddy Busch . “ He comes to this position well prepared , not just from his industry experience , but more importantly , personally reflecting our values , purpose and mission . We believe he will provide great leadership to our operations statewide .”
Neville has worked for Echoing Hills twice . His first time at Echoing Hills was during two summers prior to college . His brother encouraged him to work at Camp Echoing Hills as a counselor . In 2011 , Tim rejoined Echoing Hills as the director of adult and waiver services in Canal Fulton . Since then , Tim has not only served Echoing Hills and the individuals and families in that capacity , but also as Regional Director of NE Ohio – Echoing Lake Group Homes and most recently as the Regional Vice President – Northern Ohio .
Tim received his Masters of Science in Business and Strategic Leadership from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester , N . Y .
Echoing Hills is a non-profit ministry dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities to know and experience Jesus Christ .
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6 THE BEACON |  OBITUARIES COSHOCTON - Marlene Faye (Wilson) Salmans of Co- shocton passed away December 24, 2017. She was born September 10, 1939 in Coshocton to the late William H. Wilson and Eleanor A. (Clark) Wilson. She was a graduate of Coshocton High School. She was married to James A. Salmans who preced- ed her in death in 1992. She is survived by her son Todd A. Salmans (Jackie) of Coshocton; three grand- children, Stephen, Kaitlyn and Tara Salmans; a sister Bonnalee Roahrig; and a brother William J. Wilson (Shirley). In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a son, James A. Salmans II; infant sister Jo-Ann Wilson; and brother-in-law Leland Roahrig. Per her wishes, a private graveside service was held at South Lawn Cemetery January 5th with the Rev. James Greer offi ciating. Contribu- tions in her memory may be made to the Coshocton County Animal Shelter, 21755 TR 164, Coshocton, OH 43812. Arrangements entrusted to Addy Funeral Home in Newcomerstown. Annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration to be held Jan. 17 NEWARK - Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) and Th e Ohio State University at Newark will hold their ninth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commem- oration on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 6 p.m. Guest speak- er Derek DeHart will present “A Dream Deferred: Th e Uncertain Future of DACA and Dreamers.” Th e event will be held in the John Gilbert Reese Center’s Alford Performing Arts Hall located at 1209 University Drive, Newark campus. Th e presentation is free and open to the public. Th e United States Department of Homeland Secu- rity (DHS) formally rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on Sep. 5, 2017. Just one month later, on Oct. 5, DHS stopped accept- ing renewal applications, propelling an estimated 800,000 DACA recipients, also known as Dream- ers, into a state of fear and uncertainty about their futures. DeHart will explore DACA’s benefi ts and protections, program qualifi cations and the broader socioeconomic impacts of Congress acting—or fail- ing to act—to codify DACA through legislation. DeHart is co-founder and chief operations offi cer of DACA Time, a nonprofi t organization whose mission is to lower the barriers to success for DACA Dreamers in the United States. Th e event is sponsored by the Offi ce of Multicultur- al Aff airs at COTC and Ohio State Newark. Questions may be directed to Vorley Taylor, program director, at taylor.1051@osu.edu or 740-366-9443. Contributed | Beacon www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com JANUARY 10, 2018 Town and Country Garden Club off ers lecture series By Beth Scott beth@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – With the cold and snow of an Ohio winter, many people start dreaming of spring and gardeners start preparing for this year’s gardening season. Th ere’s no bet- ter time than now to think spring and start planning your garden with some helpful tips from experts at the fi rst Town and Country Garden Club Garden Lecture Series. Th e Coshocton Town and Country Garden Club is the oldest gardening club in Coshocton County and one of the few that are left. Th ey currently have 18 members. “What I like about the Town and Country Garden Club is it’s a nice mix of men and women and it focuses com- pletely on gardening,” said Ed Kiefer, member of the club. “Some gardening clubs put emphasis on fl oral design, but Town and Country always has been about gardening. I have talked to other garden club members and they are always amazed that we have men in our club, and I think how we accomplish that is our programming. 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