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Blue Ridge Grange celebrates member

By Josie Sellers
Jean Rausch was surprised with a special presentation by her fellow Blue Ridge Grange members on June 24 at Lafayette Pointe in West Lafayette , where she resides .
Grange master Bill Somerville , Nancy Somerville , Janice Braniger , Sherry Cognion and Connie Patterson gathered together at the nursing and rehab center to present Rausch with a pin celebrating her 80 years of membership to the Blue Ridge Grange . They also brought with them special pillow cases made for her and her fellow Lafayette Pointe residents .
While Rausch ’ s 80-year pin was being given to her , Bill Somerville read a letter from Sue Roy , master / president of the Ohio State Grange .
The letter said , “ During 80 years you have demonstrated and promoted the grange way of life as instructed in the third degree : ‘ be faithful , be hopeful and be charitable .’ Today , on this very special occasion , we join the membership of Blue Ridge Grange # 1448 to thank you for your loyalty
Josie Sellers
Blue Ridge Grange members visited Lafayette Pointe in West Lafayette to present homemade pillow cases to residents there .
and devotion to the grange , as well as for the many contributions and services you have given and continue to give to the Order of the Patrons of Husbandry .”
Rausch said she has really enjoyed spending time with her fellow grange members . “ I like our get-togethers and the things we do , which are for others mostly ,” she said . “ I just enjoy all of it .”
Rausch said if her time in the Junior Grange counted , she would have even more years of membership .
Josie Sellers
Blue Ridge Grange members presented 80-year member Jean Rausch with pillow cases that have her name embroidered on them .
“ I started when I was 5 ,” she said . “ My family was very much involved . The grange booth at the fair was one of my favorite things to do and helping with lunches . We ’ ve just done so many things .”
The pillow cases Rausch received have her name embroidered on them , and the others were made of cheerful patterns .
“ We picked patterns that will hopefully remind ( the residents ) of things they did ,” Cognion said . “ We included a birthday one too in case anyone is celebrating a birthday today or this week .”
The grange members made more than 60 pillow cases and plan to share some with residents at Riverside Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Newcomerstown .
“ This is really great ,” said Justin Warne , president of the residence council at Lafayette Pointe . “( The residents ) will love them , and they will brighten their day .”
Several grange members worked on the project , and others provided fabric .
“ We wanted to cheer them up and provide a little smile and color on their bed ,” Cognion said .
Blue Ridge is the oldest grange in Coshocton County that is still operating . It currently has 33 members and is celebrating its 125th anniversary . In addition to Rausch , it also is celebrating 67-year member Dorothy Hothem .
Meetings are held the first Saturday of the month at 1 p . m . at the grange hall in Orange .

Childhood immunization event is set

Coshocton County WIC in conjunction with Coshocton County Head Start , the Maternal
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Starting Fri ., July 2 : Boss Baby 2 ( PG )
BF-00518790 five Ohio Department of Medicaid managed care organizations are hosting a Coshocton County Childhood Immunization event .
The event is for any child 0-6 years old residing in or around Coshocton County and for those on Medicaid , private insurance , uninsured and the underinsured . It will be held from noon to 4
p . m . Thursday , July 22 , at Coshocton Elementary School in the auditorium , 1203 Cambridge Road , Coshocton . Please fill out this survey ( https :// www . surveymonkey . com / r / BeWiseImmunize ) to get your child ( ren ) pre-registered .
A free backpack and goodies will be given to every child vaccinated at the event . Masks will be required and available for children ages 2 and older . Registration by Thursday , July 8 preferred but not required . Walk-ins will be accept the day of the event . Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will be available at this event for those 12 years of age or older ; walk-ins welcome .

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