The Coshocton County Beacon May 17, 2017 - Page 33

MAY 17, 2017 THE BEACON 33 Josie Sellers | Beacon Hannah Brown smiles while having her blood pressure checked at the Coshocton City Health Department’s display set up at the Union Elementary health fair on May 11. Union holds health fair By Josie Sellers WARSAW – Margaret Dawson was excited to watch her students come up with ideas to get them away from their televisions and other electronic devices this sum- mer. “My favorite they came up with is run through the dandelions,” she said. The students’ ideas and several others that Dawson discovered were displayed as their class project at the Union Ele- mentary Health Fair. The event was held Thursday evening May 11 at the school and featured a display by each class along with displays set up by community groups that shared information about health, safety and wellness along with other activities. Angie Burris and Allen Brown were two of several parents who attended the event with their children. Students were able to choose whether they wanted to work individually or in groups. The events culminated in a rock- et-launching at the playground Thurs- day morning. “They’ve really enjoyed it,” said Kimberly McKibben, fifth grade science teacher. “It’s a fun activity.” Phil Goerig, 4-H program assistant, led the activities throughout the week. REAL ESTATE AUCTION 2.06 +- ACRES FORMERLY KNOW AS WILLS CREEK CAMP GROUND 10:00 A.M. MAY 20, 2017 Estate Auction 2.06 +/- SATURDAY Acres • Formerly known as Wills 0 C.R. 274 COSHOCTON, OHIO Real Creek Campground • 10:00 AM Saturday, May 20th, 2017. 0 C.R. 274 Coshocton, Ohio Directions: S.R. 83 S. to right onto C.R. 429 left onto C.R. 274 property on left. Watch for signs Directions: S.R. 83 S. to right onto C.R. 429 left onto C.R. 274 property on left. Watch for signs. 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Of Agriculture TM Agents Realty & Auction Service w w w.coshoc This past week, fifth graders at Ridge- wood Middle School have been review- ing Newton’s Laws of Motion through an OSU Extension program, “Rockets Away”. On Tuesday of that week, they launched paper rockets in the hallways of the school, but on Wednesday, they built their bottle rockets using a two-li- ter pop bottle, a folder, and duct tape. SELLERS The Beacon Fifth graders launch bottle rockets Check out our new website that includes our auctions!! Fetching you the local stories and developments that matter most is what we do best, and we couldn’t do it without your valued readership. Beth Scott | Beacon D ale G ress r eal e state Thanks to our Loyal Requestors “I love this school,” Allen said. Angie agreed and added that she feels the staff is very involved with the stu- dents. They stopped at the different stations with their third grader Hannah Brown and made sure she got her card signed so she could pick up a goodie bag of healthy snacks donated by Baker’s IGA. “I really liked learning about First Step’s mentoring program,” Burris said. “We also have a sixth grader getting ready for seventh grade so this was nice to learn about.” Principal Jarred Renner was pleased with the turnout. “It was better than I expected for a first time event,” he said. “We like to be able to open the doors and get parents in the school. Getting to share some education about health and safety while they are here is a good bonus.” 23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) • Coshocton, OH 43812 740-622-0700 • Fax: 740-622-6800 Email: 740-622-3669 224 N. 4th St. 740-622-3669 “FOR THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE” 0016_051017 PAUL BRATTON (740) 327-6331 or FOR THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE