The Coshocton County Beacon January 8, 2020 - Page 15

Hasseman releases new book called ‘The Give First Economy’ COSHOCTON - CEO of Hasseman Marketing, Kirby Has- seman, has released a new book called “The Give First Economy” and is excited to talk about how to grow a business “the right way.” Hasseman says we are living in a “give first economy” where the best entrepreneurs, salespeople and organizations create value by “giving” before going for the sale. “Because of social media, customers and prospects have the ability to turn you off,” says Hasseman. “So when you give value upfront pull prospects in and create long term customers.” Hasseman has been speaking to groups about this concept for several years. The new book, available on Amazon, focuses not only on providing value to customers, but also how to be more productive as well. “What I found was that people love the idea of giving first, but are overwhelmed by how much time it might take. So I set out to answer that by showing how every- one can get more done.” Hasseman said. Though you can purchase a physical book or an audio book, Hasseman has also created a free promotion with Kindle so anyone can get a free copy of the ebook for the first few days. “There is nothing like having a physical copy of a book, and I hope people get one. But I am excited about the idea and I did not want cost to be a problem. So we creat- ed this deal so we can spread the word.” Hasseman is the CEO of Hasseman Marketing, a full service marketing firm located in Coshocton. Founded in 2004, Hasseman Marketing provides promotional products, print services, video production, graphic design and more. You can find more information about Hasseman Marketing at www.hassemanmarketing.com. Contributed | Beacon Coshocton City Health Department 0004_010820 OUR LAB SERVICES: Blood draws for under insured/uninsured individuals who have to pay out of pocket for lab testing. No doctor order is needed! Some of the testing we are providing includes: • Kidney Function • Thyroid Levels • Cholesterol Levels • Complete Blood Counts • Vaccine Titers For pricing & administration fee, please call our office 400 Browns Lane, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 740-622-1736 Ext. 412 Mathews elected new president of Ridgewood BOE WEST LAFAYETTE - The Ridgewood Local School Board of Education met Friday Jan. 3 to begin the new year with a budget hearing, organizational meeting, finance committee meeting and regular board meeting. Frank Mathews was elected the new president of the board with John Riebesell as the vice president. The oath of office was given to the board members Cathy McCrea, John Riebesell, Tony Griffith and Alan Folkert as elected from the November election. President Mathews and Vice President Riebesell were also given the oath of office. Standing committees assigned to members include the following: District Student Achievement Liaison – John Riebesell; District Legislative Liaison – Cathy McCrea; Building and Grounds – Cathy McCrea and John Rie- besell; Finance Committee – Frank Mathews and Tony Griffith; Athletic Council – Frank Mathews and Alan Folkert; Insurance Committee – Frank Mathews and John Riebesell; Certified Negotiations – Cathy McCrea and John Riebesell; Classified Negotiations – Frank Mathews and Alan Folkert; Wall of Fame – Tony Griffith; Policy Committee – Tony Griffith and John Riebesell; Coshocton County Career Center Rep. – Cathy McCrea; Records Commission – Frank Mathews. Time and place of meetings was set for the upcoming year as follows: Monday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m., Friday, March 20, at 7 a.m. (RES); Monday, April 20, at 7 p.m.; Monday, May 11, at 7 p.m.; Monday, June 15 at 7 a.m.; Tuesday, June 30, at 8 a.m.; Friday, July 17, at 7 a.m.; Monday Aug. 17, at 7 p.m.; Monday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m.; Monday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.; Friday, Nov. 20 at 7 a.m. (RHS); and Friday, Dec. 18, at 7 a.m.(RMS). All meetings will be at the adminis- tration building at 301 S. Oak St., West Lafayette, unless otherwise noted. The regular board of education meeting met follow- ing the finance committee meeting with the following actions: Approval of the Dec. 20, 2019 finance meeting and regular meeting, approval of the treasurer’s report, an MOU with the MVESC to RLSD boundary students at- tending non-public schools for Title I services during the 2019-2020 school year; approval of Tracy Neal and Matt Wells as van drivers for 2019-2020 school year; OBI trainer agreement with Coshocton County Head Start. Update was given on the new athletic facility. The next regular board of education meeting will be Monday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. at the administration building at 301 S. 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