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14 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com June 28 , 2017

Kiser honored at BPW meeting

COSHOCTON - Eva June Kiser was honored by Coshocton Business and Professional Women ( BPW ) at their June meeting for her 50 year membership . She was presented with a corsage by President Carla Fowler and flowers by Mayor Steve Mercer . Members also voted to make her a life-time member and will continue to pay her dues in the future .
Kiser joined Coshocton Business and Professional Women ( BPW ) June 1 , 1967 . She has served on many committees over the years but her favorite one was entertainment chair . She produced programs for local and district meetings . Many of her programs were big productions with practice sessions involving many of the members . Recalling those programs is part of her favorite memories . She also marched in community parades with her local BPW group . Two presidents she enjoyed working with were Beth Neighbor and Gertrude Baumgardner .
With every project that her daughter and fellow BPW member , Tomma Bordenkircher , took on Eva June always asked , “ What can I do to help you ?”
In the past , she often helped Liz Herrell with projects , such as the BPW fair booth , the Coshocton County Career Center Open House , and helped hand out information on Pay Equity Day at the Court House .
She has traveled throughout the state to various region and state meetings with her fellow members . She was honored at the State Conference in 2007 as a BPW Legend , one of several members with 40 years or more . In 2010 she was surprised as the Coshocton BPW Woman of the Year .
In Kiser ’ s 50 years of membership , the friendships she has made is what has meant the most to her . Many of the members that were in when she joined have passed , but she continues to befriend the new members and makes them feel welcome . She greets her fellow members with a smile and a good story .
Kiser worked as a dental assistant for nine years , which
WEST LAFAYETTE - The Ridgewood Local School Board met in regular session Monday , June 19 with all members present . The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance . The minutes of the May 15 meeting were approved . Trista Claxon , Middle School Principal and Superintendent Mike Masloski gave administrative presentations . Mrs . Claxon gave a video presentation of the year in review of Middle School activities . Superintendent Masloski gave a video presentation of the CCP ( College Credit Plus ) students that recently visited the International School of Columbus and the 8th Grade trip to Washington D . C . Commendations were given to Julie Feldner for a successful 8th Grade trip to Washington D . C ., Lexi Prater was recognized for placing at the State Track Meet : 6th in the long jump and 100 M hurdles , and the 4 X 200 Track Team that ran in the State Track meet comprised of Michael Kelley , Jhett Slusser , Blake Craigo , and Javon Merrill .
An Executive Session was held at the request of Fred
Matthews . The Treasurer ’ s report was given and approved . The Superintendent ’ s report was given and approved for the following items :
Rescind transfers of Kim Babcock RHS Head Cook to RES Cook , and Marla Farver RHS Cook to RHS Head Cook .
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50-year Coshocton BPW member Eva June Kiser is presented a corsage by President Carla Fowler .
was her favorite job . She spent over 24 years at Ohio Fabricators , taking time off on two occasions due to her husband ’ s illness . She was home for a year when her husband had his leg amputated . When his health improved , she returned to Ohio Fabricators . Later he had a stroke and was in a wheelchair for five years . All during this time she was unable to attend meetings but kept up her membership . When asked why she was paying her dues when she wasn ’ t able to go to the meetings she said because she felt it was important . After his passing she returned to Ohio Fabricators where she continued to work on a full time and a part time basis until the age of 76 . She also returned to being an active BPW member . Kiser cared for

Ridgewood board meeting report

Employed Tyler McCullough as RMS Intervention Specialist for the 2017-2018 school year . Voluntary transfer Travis Simmons to RMS Social Studies position for 2017- 2018 school year .
Extended service granted to the following : Jill Bryan , Voc . Home Ec 10 days ; Jamie Davis , Speech , 10 days ; Sue Davis , VoAg 60 Days ; Leslie Dulgar , RES-RMS Guidance 10 days ; Stacy Ionno , RHS Guidance 20 days ; John Lindig , Music , 10 days ; Mike Ondayko , Business / Computer , 10 days ; Logan Pyers , VoAg , 60 days .
Classified Employment was given to Gary Webster , Bus Driver and Ed Huff , Grounds / Custodian .
Supplemental contracts were given to : Duke Stark and Maria Prater as Co-Coordinators of the Mentor Program ; Chad Lahna , Fall and Winter Conditioning and Weight Room ; John Slusser , Spring and Summer Conditioning and Weight Room ; Tyler McCullough , 7th Grade Boys Basketball .
Volunteers Ryan Garner , Music ; and Chad Carroll ,
Football Coach . OHSAA membership for the upcoming year . An anonymous donation to pay current outstanding cafeteria balances . The elimination of classroom fees for Ridgewood Elementary , Middle , and High Schools . Rebecca Wells , Autumn Hendershot , and Kim Kehl as
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50-year Coshocton BPW member Eva June Kiser with Mayor Steve Mercer at BPW ’ s June meeting where she was honored .
her husband at home by herself during those five years and always did it with a smile
She truly is an example of what a good mentor is in our work life and in our personal life . She has always worked hard on the job , and she has always given freely of her time and talents to BPW .
For more information , contact Membership Chair Samantha Vincent at 740-610-4989 or at coshoctonbpw @ gmail . com . Membership is open to men and women , employed and unemployed . BPW ’ s mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy , education and information .
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Summer School Teachers .
Use of Facilities for the following Biddy Programs : Football , Cheerleading , Volleyball , Cross Country , Boy and Girls Basketball and Wrestling and also for Ridgewood Recreation .
School Handbooks for Ridgewood Elementary , Middle and High School .
Yearbook Fundraiser to sell unclaimed yearbooks for $
10 each . Distribution of an Employee Code of Excellence . Service Agreement with OMERESA . Agreement with North Coast Shared Services Alliance . AESOP leave reporting system . MVESC Agreement . Policy changes revised Policy # 2464 Gifted Education and Identification .
The Board was updated on HB 49 concerning School Finance from the State Legislature and the progress of the RHS Media Center .
The next Regular Board Meeting will be held Friday June 30 at 7 a . m . at the Administrative Office , 301 S . Oak St ., West Lafayette , Ohio 43845 .
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14 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com June 28, 2017 Kiser honored at BPW meeting COSHOCTON - Eva June Kiser was honored by Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) at their June meeting for her 50 year membership. She was presented with a corsage by President Carla Fowler and flowers by Mayor Steve Mercer. Members also voted to make her a life-time member and will continue to pay her dues in the future. Kiser joined Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) June 1, 1967. She has served on many committees over the years but her favorite one was entertainment chair. She produced programs for local and district meetings. Many of her programs were big productions with practice sessions involving many of the members. Recalling those programs is part of her favorite memories. She also marched in community parades with her local BPW group. Two presidents she enjoyed working with were Beth Neighbor and Gertrude Baumgardner. With every project that her daughter and fellow BPW member, Tomma Bordenkircher, took on Eva June always asked, “What can I do to help you?” In the past, she often helped Liz Herrell with projects, such as the BPW fair booth, the Coshocton County Ca- reer Center Open House, and helped hand out informa- tion on Pay Equity Day at the Court House. She has traveled throughout the state to various region and state meetings with her fellow members. She was honored at the State Conference in 2007 as a BPW Leg- end, one of several members with 40 years or more. In 2010 she was surprised as the Coshocton BPW Woman of the Year. In Kiser’s 50 years of membership, the friendships she has made is what has meant the most to her. Many of the members that were in when she joined have passed, but she continues to befriend the new members and makes them feel welcome. She greets her fellow members with a smile and a good story. Kiser worked as a dental assistant for nine years, which Contributed | Beacon 50-year Coshocton BPW member Eva June Kiser is pre- sented a corsage by President Carla Fowler. was her favorite job. She spent over 24 years at Ohio Fab- ricators, taking time off on two occasions due to her hus- band’s illness. She was home for a year when her husband had his leg amputated. When his health improved, she returned to Ohio Fabricators. Later he had a stroke and was in a wheelchair for five years. All during this time she was unable to attend meetings but kept up her member- ship. When asked why she was paying her dues when she wasn’t able to go to the meetings she said because she felt it was important. After his passing she returned to Ohio Fabricators where she continued to work on a full time and a part time basis until the age of 76. She also returned to being an active BPW member. Kiser cared for Contributed | Beacon 50-year Coshocton BPW member Eva June Kiser with Mayor Steve Mercer at BPW’s June meeting where she was honored. her husband at home by herself during those five years and always did it with a smile She truly is an example of what a good mentor is in our work life and in our personal life. She has always worked hard on the job, and she has always given freely of her time and talents to BPW. For more information, contact Membership Chair Samantha Vincent at 740-610-4989 or at coshoctonbpw@ gmail.com. Y[X\\\[Y[[Y[[\YY[[[\YY &\Z\[ۈ\XY]B\]Z]H܈[Y[[HܚXHYYXKYX][ۈ[[ܛX][ۋ۝X]YXXۂY]\YY][\ܝTQVQUH HHY][\Y][Y[\\[ۈ[ۙ^K[H NH][Y[KB\\[ HYY][Y[]HYHق[YX[KHZ[]\وHX^H MHYY][\B\ݙY \H^ۋZYH[\[[\\[[[ZZHX\H]HYZ[\]]B\[][ۜˈ\ˈ^ۈ]HHY[\[][ۈقHYX\[]Y]وZYHX]]Y\ˈ\\[B[[X\H]HHY[\[][ۈوHYHܙY]\HY[]X[H\]YB[\][ۘ[و[X\[HܘYH\\[ۈ ˈ[Y[][ۜ\H][[YB[\܈HX\ٝ[ܘYH\\[ۂ ˋ^H]\\Xۚ^Y܈X[]H]BXYY] [Hۙ[\[ L H\\[H  XX[H][[H]HXYY]\\YوZXY[[^K]\\ZHܘZY[]ۈY\[ [^X]]H\[ۈ\[]H\]Y\وYX]]˂HX\\\&\\ܝ\][[\ݙY H\\[[[8&\\ܝ\][[\ݙY܈H[][\΂\[[ٙ\و[HXXY”T[X\H\\XY˂[\YY[\X[Y\T[\[[ۈKBX[\܈H ML NYX\[\H[ٙ\]\[[[ۜTX[YY\][ۈ܈ MB NYX\^[Y\XHܘ[YH[Έ[X[ˈYHX L^\[ZYH]\YX  L^\YB]\Y ^\\YH[\TTTZY[BL^\XH[ۛZY[H ^\[Y]\X L^\ZZHۙ^Z\[\\]\ L^\[Y\Y ^\˂\YYY[\[\][\HX\\‘]\[YYܛ[\X[\[Y[[۝X\H][ΈZH\[X\XH]\\Pܙ[]ܜوHY[܈ܘ[NYZK[[[\ۙ][ۚ[[ZYN\\[[[[Y\ۙ][ۚ[˜[ZYN[\X[Y  ܘYH\\][ [Y\X[\\]\X[Y\ [X PHY[X\\܈H\Z[YX\[[۞[[\ۘ][ۈ^H\[][[˜Y]\XH[[\˂H[[Z[][ۈو\ܛHY\܈Y][KBY[\KZYK[Y˂XXH[]][[[\ [[HZ\”[[Y\XX\˂\HوX[]Y\܈H[YHܘ[\Έ B[ Y\XY[^X[ ܛ[KH[\\][[ܙ\[[[܈Y]XܙX][ۋ[܈Y][[Y[\KZYB[Y YX\[Z\\[[Z[YYYX\܈ LXX \X][ۈو[[\YYHHو^[[K\XHYܙY[Y[]QTTKYܙY[Y[]ܝ\\Y\X\[X[KQTX]H\ܝ[\[KUTYܙY[Y[ XH[\]\YXH YYYX][ۂ[Y[YX][ۋH\\\]Yۈ Hۘ\[[[HHH]HY\]\H[Hܙ\قHYYXH[\H^Y[\\YY][[H[Y^B[H ] KK]HYZ[\]]HٙXK HˈZ” \Y^Y]K[ K۝X]YXX