The Coshocton County Beacon March 28, 2018 - Page 3

THE BEACON 3 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com MARCH 28, 2018 Grateful for Outstanding Care. Contributed | Beacon Enjoy a night out just for women COSHOCTON - What do women want? First on the list is to get together with friends, and a close second, to feast on exquisite cuisine over wine. Th e Johnson-Humrick- house Museum will be off ering this and more at What Women Want on April 21. What Women Want—A Night Out Just for Women, features a luxurious fi ve-course dinner and a What Women Want auction of unique packages and exclusive experiences. Th e aff air begins at 5:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres, wine, and live music. Check in, examine the auction packages, and bid in the silent auction. A sit-down din- ner served by black-tie waiters begins around 6:30 p.m. Chef Michael Cichon is known to create enticing entrees that thrill the pallet. Th e What Women Want Auction includes cool packag- es, unique dinners, outing bundles and parties. Past fa- vorites that will be off ered again include a gourmet din- ner for eight at the museum prepared by Chef Cichon, a gourmet dinner for six prepared by Chef Bob McKenna at the Speckman House and a high tea, Downton Abbey style, at Clary Gardens. One of the most popular pack- ages is Th e Time Traveler, a barbequed rib supper for 10 at the Tree Top Lodge, built in the early 1920s by Charles Dennis, owner of the Morgan Run Coal and Mine Com- pany. Auction items will be listed on JHM’s website as the time draws closer. What Women Want is a fundraising event organized by Th e Friends of the Museum. All proceeds will be used to support the museum’s educational programs. Tickets are $45. Admission covers hors d’oeuvres, dinner and a complimentary wine ticket. Friends members will re- ceive an additional wine ticket. A cash wine bar will also be available. If you are interested in sponsoring a full table or an auction item, contact the museum. Tickets may be purchased at the museum or by calling the mu- seum at 740-622-8710. Offi ce hours are Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, Noon – 4 p.m. Ticket sales end on April 15. Th e Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located in Roscoe Village at 300 N. Whitewoman St. For more information, call 740-622-8710 or e-mail, jhmuseum@ jhmuseum.org. Contributed | Beacon Thank You to Our Doctors! Celebrate Doctor’s Day | March 30, 2018 Cardiology Peter Amsterdam, MD Ahmed Habib, MD Emerge ncy Medicine Bradley Barone, MD Charles Celestina, DO Christopher Fridrich, MD Bruce Graham, DO Daniel Hoehne, DO Christ Kyriakedes, DO Josef Lowe, MD Eric Newsom, MD Michael Ruhlin, MD Eric Schwiger, DO Nicholas Shundry, MD Pratik Vaishnav, MD Paul Willette, DO Family Medicine Robert Gwinn, DO Jeff Hamilton, DO Brenda Lozowski, DO David Lozowski, DO Douglas Virostko, MD General Surgery Mark Jaroch, MD Clark Leslie, MD Joseph O’Hanlon, DO James Radcliffe, MD Michael Sarap, MD Douglas Yoder, MD Gynecology Mitesh Parekh, MD Gabriel Yandam, MD Hospitalist Medicine Mohammed Baig, MD Gary Carver, MD Meisam Moghbelli, MD Mohammad Shah, MD Otolaryngology Suzanne Helming, DO Nephrology Jeffrey Austen, MD David Dembski, MD Renato Roman, MD Pathology Steven LaTulippe, MD Ophthalmology Thomas Magness, MD Podiatry John Smilo, DPM Donald Tupper, DPM Orthopedic Surgery Jeffrey Gittins, DO Mark Gittins, DO Ryan Klinefelter, MD Scott Stephens, MD www.coshoctonhospital.org Pain Medicine John Adesioye, MD Pediatrics Susan Magness Carver, MD Radiology Shane Backus, MD Neelima Gorantla, MD Antony Roberts, DO W.R. Christopher Wallis, DO Member of Prime Healthcare 1460 Orange St. | Coshocton, OH | 740.622.6411 0026_032818