The Coshocton County Beacon March 28, 2018 - Page 13

THE BEACON 13 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com MARCH 28, 2018 Visit our website at: coshoctonbeacontoday.com OPENINGS AVAILABLE NOW! Welcome to Worry-Free Living! UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE DAY Seton Coshocton Apartments BRC Properties Inc. The Beacon w w w.coshoc tonbeacontoday.com Managing Agent A Fair Housing Community • Country Setting • Quietly Secluded • Applicants must be at least 62 years of age. • Social Activities • Library • Outdoor Patio • Puzzle/Game Room • Pets Allowed 377 Clow Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-7664 Josie Sellers | Beacon The Janusian Club’s tropical-themed skit started with a performance of the song “Tiny Bubbles.” Lori Cabot was one of several volunteers who helped set the mood for the song by blowing bubbles. The Janusian Club is a civic club of the West Lafayett e community and its annual Ladies Night Out is their only fundraiser. For more photos, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Janusian Club puts on tropical-themed event By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com WEST LAFAYETTE – On March 22 the Ridgewood Middle School gym was fi lled with ladies who escaped the chilly weather for an evening in the tropics. Th e fundraising event was organized by the Janusian Club and this year the theme was “A Touch of the Tropics.” Jamie and Devon Duling, dressed in straw hats and Hawaiian shirts, gave each attendee a Hawaiian Lei when they entered and later in the evening everyone was treated to island-themed entertainment. “I believe this is our 25th year,” said Janusian Club Pres- ident Arlene Reddick. “We keep selling all these tickets so we keep doing it. At the end of the evening we have a real feeling of satisfaction. Th e club’s annual Ladies Night Out features delicious food made by the club members and Schumaker Farms, a skit or style show, games, raffl es, a silent auction and door prizes. Th is year attendees also got a sneak peak at the Ridgewood Drama Club’s upcoming presentation of “Beauty and the Beast” when students performed a quick song and dance routine. Linda Fletcher said she’s been coming to the event for 10-12 years. “We enjoy the food and the entertainment,” she said. “It’s a fun night.” Teresa Th orson, who joined Fletcher at her table, said their fi rst Ladies Night out was in 2007. Two of their favorite themes from the event were the years the evening was based on old commercials and fashions of the past. Before everyone took their turn loading their plates w ith goodies, Irene Miller welcomed the crowd. “Th ank you for coming and supporting us,” she said to the crowd. “Without you we wouldn’t be able to do this wonderful event or coordinate things for our community.” Ladies Night Out is the Janusian Club’s only fundraisers and proceeds from it have helped the group with numer- ous community service projects. Buckeye Brine Applies to Convert Wells Buckeye Brine is applying to convert two of its three wells on Airport Rd. from Class II Brine Injection Wells to Class I Waste Disposal Wells. CECA COMMUNITY MEETING TUESDAY, APRIL 3rd 6:30 - 8:30 PM THE CAREER CENTER 23640 AIRPORT ROAD COSHOCTON GUEST SPEAKER TERESA MILLS CONSULTANT FOR THE CENTER FOR HEALTH ENVIRONMENT AND JUSTICE 0023_032818 0005_031517