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NEW CONCORD – After a week of rehearsals and musical study , the 12th annual Summer High School Music Theatre CAMP culminated in a musical theatre performance at 2:30 p . m . on Saturday , June 24 in Muskingum University ’ s Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall .
The program included fully-staged and choreographed scenes from Broadway musicals including “ Hamilton ,” “ The Color Purple ,” “ You ’ re a Good Man Charlie Brown ,” “ Dear Evan Hanson ,” “ The Spelling Bee ,” “ RENT ,” and more . A “ Greet the Company ” reception followed in the lobby area of Caldwell Hall .
A total of 32 students in grades 9-12 from 14 different schools were featured in the performance . To prepare , the students participated in a week of musical training , including daily dance classes , private voice instruction , acting sessions with improvisation , master classes , scene study ,

Music Theatre CAMP concluded with performance

and recreational activities are part of their week on campus .
The CAMP staff is led by CAMP Director Carol Wilcox Jones , Muskingum University artist-in-residence , ret ., and Co-Directors Todd Schreiber of Whiteford Schools in Michigan , Amy Leacock of Upper Arlington Schools in Ohio , Belinda Andrews-Smith of Denison University , and Robert O . Jones , Muskingum University emeritus music professor .
Members of the staff include : Rick Earley , choreographer of Akron University ; Julie Marratta , accompanist ; Matt Marratta , voice ; Clara Warner , CAMP counselor ; Kayela Roberson , CAMP counselor ; John Warner , CAMP counselor ; Alexx Conrad , CAMP counselor ; and Rick Roberson , technical staff .
All staff members wear multiple hats and fill various roles throughout the week . The student-to-staff ratio is 3:1 , making

Connie Pillich visits Holmes and Coshocton counties

COSHOCTON - As part of her 88 County Campaign Strategy , Democratic candidate for governor Connie Pillich recently visited Holmes and Coshocton counties . The tour included a radio interview , two American Legion stops , a meeting with voters at a local pub , and visit to a Democratic County picnic .
Pillich has pledged to campaign in all 88 counties of Ohio before the end of the year , earning votes from people long ignored by the Democratic Party . The tour , took place the same day that Pillich rolled out a plan to create a public health care option - which would allow Ohioans to buy-in to Medicaid or the same health
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insurance plan currently granted to state employees .
The last official stop of the day was at the Coshocton County Democratic Party ’ s annual picnic , where Connie served as key-note speaker .
“ I grew up in the shadow of a large steel mill and I saw firsthand the devastation that comes when an industry slowly moves overseas ,” said Pillich . “ I ’ m running for governor to give voice to those that have been forgotten and to fight to bring Ohio ’ s economy into the 21st century , delivering good paying jobs , quality health care , and a shot at the American dream .”
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River View senior to perform at Conesville UMC

CONESVILLE - Grant Cullison , a senior attending River View High School , will be playing at Conesville United Methodist Church on Sunday , July 9 at the 11 a . m . service . Cullison has taken a piano solo to solo and ensemble two times , earning a superior rating in 2015 , and an excellent rating in 2017 . He has also participated in the Montgomery piano competition twice , winning the senior competition this past April . Cullison has been involved with The Triple Locks Theatre as well as River View theatrical productions the past three years . He is very involved with band and choir at his school as well
it possible for students to receive a great deal of individual attention .
Music Theatre CAMP has been recognized and supported in part by the Ohio Arts Council which helped to fund this program to encourage educational excellence , cultural enrichment , and economic growth .
For more information , contact Carol Jones at 740-826-6210 .
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as the Coshocton Youth Chorale led by Charles R . Snyder . He is also a member of the Tri-M Music honors society . The next performance Cullison will be in is the summer youth production of “ The Wizard of Oz ”, where he will be playing the role of the Scarecrow . He plans on attending college but is currently uncertain of a major .
Grant will be playing the offertory and two other numbers for the service .
Conesville United Methodist Church is located at 196 State Street in Conesville and welcomes all to their service .
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Local campers performing in the 2017 Summer Music Theatre CAMP include the following : Coshocton High School : Cole Fisher , Amanda Kittel and Kenzie Potter ; River View High School : Annie Bosson and Devon Fortune .
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June 28, 2017 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com THE BEACON 15 River View senior to perform at Conesville UMC Contributed | Beacon CONESVILLE - Grant Cullison, a senior attending River View High School, will be playing at Conesville United Methodist Church on Sunday, July 9 at the 11 a.m. service. Cullison has taken a piano solo to solo and ensemble two times, earning a superior rating in 2015, and an excellent rating in 2017. He has also participated in the Montgomery piano competition twice, winning the senior competition this past April. Cullison has been in- volved with The Triple Locks Theatre as well as River View theatrical productions the past three years. He is very involved with band and choir at his school as well as the Coshocton Youth Chorale led by Charles R. Snyder. He is also a member of the Tri-M Music honors society. The next performance Cullison will be in is the summer youth production of “The Wizard of Oz”, where he will be playing the role of the Scarecrow. He plans on attending college but is currently uncer- tain of a major. Grant will be playing the offertory and two other numbers for the service. Conesville United Methodist Church is located at 196 State Street in Conesville and welcomes all to their service. Contributed | Beacon Music Theatre CAMP concluded with performance NEW CONCORD – After a week of rehearsals and musical study, the 12th annual Sum- mer High School Music Theatre CAMP culminated in a musical theatre perfor- mance at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 24 in Muskingum University’s Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall. The program included fully-staged and choreographed scenes from Broadway musicals including “Hamilton,” “The Col- or Purple,” “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown,” “Dear Evan Hanson,” “The Spell- ing Bee,” “RENT,” and more. A “Greet the Company” reception followed in the lobby area of Caldwell Hall. A total of 32 students in grades 9-12 from 14 different schools were featured in the performance. To prepare, the students participated in a week of musical training, including daily dance classes, private voice instruction, acting sessions with im- provisation, master classes, scene study, and recreational activities are part of their week on campus. The CAMP staff is led by CAMP Di- rector Carol Wilcox Jones, Muskingum University artist-in-residence, ret., and Co-Directors Todd Schreiber of Whiteford Schools in Michigan, Amy Leacock of Upper Arlington Schools in Ohio, Belinda Andrews-Smith of Denison University, and Robert O. Jones, Muski wVVfW"Ч6GVW&GW2W62&fW76"V&W'2bFR7Ffb6VFS&6V"ЦW6&Vw&W"b&VfW'6GVƖR'&GF667CGB'&BЧFf6S6&v&W"46V6V#V&&W'646V6V#v&W"46V6V#W6&B46V6V#B&6&&W'6FV667Ffb7FfbV&W'2vV"VFRG0Bff&W2&W2F&VvWBFRvVVFR7GVFVBF7Ffb&F23p6RƖ6f6G2W0B667F6VFW0445D2'BbW"6VG6v7G&FVwFV7&F26FЦFFRf"vfW&"6RƖ6&V6VFǐf6FVBW2B667F6VFW2FRFW"6VFVB&FFW'fWrGvW&6Vv7F2VWFrvFfFW'2B6V"Bf6BFFVЦ7&F26VG62Ɩ62VFvVBF6v6VFW2b&Vf&RFRVB`FRV"V&rfFW2g&VRpv&VB'FRFV7&F2'GFPFW"F6RFR6RFFBƖ6&VBWBF7&VFRV&Ɩ2VF6&RFv6vVBr0F'W֖FVF6B"FR6RVF7W&6R7W'&VFǒw&FVBF7FFPVVW2FR7Bff67FbFRFv2BFP667F6VGFV7&F2'G( 0V62vW&R6R6W'fVB0WFR7VW"( Ēw&WrWFR6Frb&vP7FVV֖B6rf'7FBFRFWbЦ7FFFB6W2vVGW7G'6vǒfW2fW'6V2( 6BƖ6( Ğ( Ч'Vrf"vfW&"FvfRf6RFF6PFBfR&VVf&vGFVBFfvBF'&r( 2V6גFFR#7B6VЧGW'FVƗfW&rvBr'2VƗGVF6&RB6BBFRW&6G&V( Ф6G&'WFVB&V6গB76&Rf"7GVFVG2F&V6VfRw&V@FVbFfGVGFVFW62FVG&R42&VV&V6rЦ旦VBB7W'FVB'B'FR'G26V6v6VVBFgVBF0&w&FV6W&vRVGV6FW6VЦV6R7VGW&V&6VBBV6֖0w&wFf"&Rf&F6F7B6&W2BsCӃ#bc#66W'2W&f&֖rFR#p7VW"W62FVG&R46VFRFPfvs667Fv66â6Pf6W"FGFVBV禖RGFW#&fW"fWrv66âR&76BFWff'GVR6G&'WFVB&V6DDU2T$T4TB( "TTR( "4dtR( "Du0042DFP%U5BDT4 4T5DT%P45DUdPPTR#DԥTŒ5@TuU5B2$BRDTuU5B35@D4UDT$U""@5D$U"RDrDdT$U""BBDDT4T$U"BDӒD5D$RU%2DU%4DRӂe$Db4EU$DPd4T$45DUdR%TP5Du$ӠTR45DUdPd4T$%U5BDT4 Ec#p5Du$Ӡ%U5DDT4#