The Coshocton County Beacon January 10, 2018 - Page 9

THE BEACON 9 COSHOCTON — Sacred Heart Elementary School will hold a special event on Friday, Jan. 26, to commemorate National School Choice Week (Jan. 21-27). Th e event, which will begin at 2:15 p.m. in the school gym, will feature an open house for enrollment in pre- school through sixth grade. Th e fi rst “crusader” will be named followed by a student speech and the National School Choice Week dance. Th e event is open to the public. Sacred Heart Elementary School is located at 39 Burt Ave. in Coshocton. It is a Catholic school serving grades Pre-K through sixth with a student enrollment of 79. Started in 2011, National School Choice Week is the world’s largest annual education-related celebration. Th e goal of NSCW is to shine a positive spotlight on eff ective education options for children. During National School Choice Week, schools across America celebrate the challenging, motivating, and eff ective education they provide to students. At the same time, parents use the week to learn more about the education options available to their children, in advance of the upcoming school year. National School Choice Week is nonpartisan and non- political, and is not related to any legislative advocacy eff ort. For more information about Sacred Heart Elementary School, visit school/. Contributed | Beacon MVHC announces free cervical cancer screenings COSHOCTON - In honor of Cervical Health Awareness month (January), the Muskingum Valley Health Centers (MVHC) will provide a free cervical cancer screening to any woman age 21 to 65 at all our locations in Musking- um, Morgan, Coshocton, and Guernsey counties until March 31. Appointments for the Pap test can be made by calling MVHC at 740-891-9000. “Screenings can fi nd abnormal cells before they turn into cancer, if left untreated. We want everyone to have access to this life-saving procedure,” said Dr. Bijan Goodarzi, MVHC’s Chief Medical Offi cer. Annually nearly 13,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and it is estimated that over 4,000 will die from the disease this year. However, the survival rate increases to 92 percent when invasive cervical cancer is detected in its early stages. Funding for the free screenings is being provided by MVHC’s Patient Care Charitable Fund, which was started in 2014 to support the mission of the MVHC. To donate to the fund or for more information, contact Amy Kettner at 740-891-9023 or visit Contributed | Beacon River View board accepts resignation of Scott Limburg WARSAW – Th e River View Board of education met Dec. 19, 2017 for a regular meeting. Th e following donations for the month of November were approved: Jon and Kelly Black - Studio Baldwin Piano to Warsaw Elementary val- ued at $800 and MW Motors - boys basketball foundation game $250. Th e board also approved the appointment of president pro-temp for the reorganizational meeting to be held on Jan. 11, 2018 - Mr. Hothem. Th ey then approved the recommendation of the following coaches to attend OATCCC Track Clinic in Columbus, Jan. 25-27, 2018: Mike Gray, Cyrus Granger, Megan Philabaum, Gwenna Neal, Dennis Wilson, and Kaitlyn Lawrence. Other approvals included: Approved the percussion instructor supplemental contract for Jeff Evans for the 2017-2018 season; approved the request for Family Medical Leave for junior high staff member as submitted; approved the recommenda- tion of the following substitutes: Bus Drivers - Christy Nelson, Lisa Wine; van driver - Tyler Guilliams (pending all background checks, passing required training and complete of paperwork). Th e resigna- tion of Scott Limburg also was approved and accepted and became eff ective Jan. 2, 2018. Drug free coalition sponsoring listening sessions COSHOCTON – Th e Coshocton County Drug Free Coalition will be holding listening sessions with parents of mid- dle and or high school students. Th e fi rst session will be from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 16 and the second is from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Jan. 18. Both sessions will be held in room 145 of the Coshocton County Services Building located at room 724 S. Seventh St. A light meal will be provided and participants will receive a $25 Wal- Mart gift card. To register for a session, call Leane Rohr at 740-295-7311 or Alexia McKay at 740-295-7321 or e-mail Contributed | Beacon Contributed | Beacon C ustom E mbroidEry & V inyl G raphiCs • Mirror Etching • Signs and Banners • Window & Vehicle Lettering • Glass Etching • Screen Print & Heat Press • In-House Digitizing Sacred Heart plans event to celebrate National School Choice Week 9am-5pm - Closed Thurs. - Fri. 9am-5pm 740-622-6528 Mon. - Wed. 1020 R Cedar St. - Coshocton Ohio Coshocton Chiropractic • Whiplash, painful joints • Frequent headaches • Low back, hip or leg pain • Slipped discs, sciatica • Neck, shoulder and/or arm pain • Tight Muscles, numbness • Nervousness, loss of sleep • Pain between the shoulders 740-622-3677 Coshocton Chiropractic Fax 740-622-3631 649 Walnut St., Coshocton John J. Snyder II, B.S. Ed. D.C. John J. “Jake” Snyder III, B.S. D.C. 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