The Coshocton County Beacon March 28, 2018 - Page 21

THE BEACON 21 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com MARCH 28, 2018 Keene Alumni celebration planned KEENE – Th e offi cers of the Keene Alumni Association met to make plans for the annual banquet at 6 p.m. on May 26 at Keene United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Dinner will be served by the Keene United Methodist Church and will consist of baked steak, baked potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, pie, rolls, and drinks. Recog- nition of the oldest man and woman alumnus as well as the annual honored alumnus award will be presented. Th e dinner is $16 per person and this includes dues. Forms will be mailed around April 25. If you do not re- ceive an invitation and want to attend, write to: Marilyn Wyler, 55626 TR 176, Fresno, OH, 43824, or call 740- 545-7458 to make reservations. Reservations should be returned to Wyler by May 18. Th e River View class of 1966 will be the honored class. Th ey will share many memories of their class and teach- ers including fond memories of Keene High School. Th e association offi cers include President Paul Eber- wine, Vice President Stewart Henderson, Secretary/ Treasurer Marilyn Wyler, Corresponding Secretary Carol Miller, and Historian Dorothy Lowe Dalton. Contributed | Beacon Commissioners approve agenda Staff | Beacon COSHOCTON – Th e Coshocton County Commissioners met Wednesday, March 21 for a regular board meeting. During the meeting, they approved and reviewed: • Received the dog warden’s report for the week ending March 19 with four dogs picked up by the warden, one dog brought in as a stray, one dog destroyed, 25 dog licenses sold, 16 late fees paid, eight dogs sold, four dogs redeemed, six dogs per owner surrender, 11 citations issued, 28 calls handled, $20 in boarding fees collected, for a total of $802 in fees collected. 6 I V E R S A R Y 3 3 N N 6 • A motion to sign a request for payment and status of funds report for grant S-C-17-1AP-1 in the amount of $22,936 as requested by John Cleek, CDC of Ohio • A motion to sign a contract with Roscoe Village Foundation for the May 2 annual county CORSA training in the amount of $100 for the use of the conference room on the ground level of the Roscoe Visitors Center • A motion to sign the proposal for the subsurface exploration and report for the 724 Walnut St. Lot, GCI proposal number 17G0742 in an amount not to exceed $9,000 as requested by Wachtel and McAnally Architects/Planners. t t h h SALE A OF F W W I I D D E E R E S T O R E APRIL 5 TH , 6 TH , 7 TH Thur., Fri. & Saturday Open Fri. EVE til 7PM ENTER TO WIN PRIZES! REG. $ 79 .99 $ 60 REG. $ 59 .99 $ 45 Contributed | Beacon Spring scenes Johnny Dotson captured this picture of a crocus bloom- ing despite the snow that was on the ground March 21, which was the fi rst day of spring. SPRING SANDALS REG. $ 116 .99 $ 85 CHARM REG. $ 19 .99 C $ 16 H B Harness 4432 C.R. 70 • CHARM, OHIO 44617 • (330) 893-0402 • TUES, WED, THUR & FRI 7:30AM-5PM & Boot LTD MON 7:30AM-7PM SATURDAY 7:30AM-3PM 0017_032818