The Coshocton County Beacon June 28, 2017 - Page 35

June 28, 2017 THE BEACON Beth Scott | Beacon Raven’s Glenn’s first wine festival a success Raven’s Glenn had its first wine festival on Saturday, June 24 with an outstanding turnout. With plenty of vendors on hand selling everything from jewelry to rustic home décor, there was something for everyone at the event. Who could pass up a chance of tasting 10 Raven’s Glenn wines, free with a ticket purchase? With a glass of wine in hand, most people meandered along the river banks or sat back and listened as Barfoot McCoy, 35 Beth Scott | Beacon morning entertainment, and Brad Fuller, afternoon entertainment, performed. Also at the festival giving pottery demonstrations was Hillbippie Clay (Rachel Hall), who is pictured, along with the wine tasting table. Contributed | Beacon (L to R): Recording Secretary Liz Herrell; Vice President Dr. Kathryn Blust; Installing Officer Tomma Borden- kircher; President Carla Fowler; Treasurer Aimee Neighbor and Corresponding Secretary Doris Parkhill. COSHOCTON - Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) met at Agents Realty and Auction Service on June 19 with guest Mayor Steve Mercer. Coshocton BPW member Tomma Bordenkircher installed the 2017-2018 officers: President Carla Fowler, Probation Officer Licking County Municipal Court; Vice President Dr. Kathryn Blust, Teacher for Ridgewood School District; Treasurer Aimee Neighbor, People’s Bank; Recording Secretary Liz Herrell, and Corresponding Secretary Doris Parkh- ill, JII retiree. Several members including Emily McBurney who will be installed as the Region 3 President, will attend the Region 3 Meeting on Saturday, June 24 at the YWCA in Steubenville, Ohio. President Fowler reported that she and Member- ship Chair Samantha Vincent presented a Dollars for Scholars award to Alexas Kittle. The fundraising committee announced Wendy Bowman won the meat bundle raffle. Emily McBurney, Cake Auction Chair, stated the 11th Annual BPW Cake Auction will be Sept. 23 at the Frontier Power Community Room. Meet the Candidates night will be held again at the Coshocton County Career Center on Thursday, Oct. 26. The next meeting will be a social picnic on Aug. 21, at 6 p.m., location TBA. For more information, contact Membership Chair Samantha Vincent at 740-610-4989 or at coshoc- 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 infor- mation. BPW installs officers Contributed | Beacon Contributed | Beacon Bocce court opens for use at Coshocton Community Center The outside Bocce Court at the Coshocton Senior/Communi- ty Center is open for use. This court was built by Brennan Mc- Clain and his fellow Boy Scouts, Scout Leaders, and friends as an Eagle Scout Project. The court is available anytime. Bocce equipment and a score board can be signed-out at the Senior/ Community Center any time the center is open. At other times, personal equipment must be used. Court times can be reserved by calling the center at 740-622-4852. Reservations are limited to two-hour periods, and those with reserva- tions have priority over those who do not have them.If you would like to learn to play bocce, a simple, popular Italian and Eastern European ball game similar to shuffle board, please call 740-622-2408 to arrange a time. This game can be played by all ages and is not stressful either physically or mentally unless you make it so.