The Coshocton County Beacon May 17, 2017 - Page 4

4 THE BEACON |  OPINION MAY 17, 2017 |  Letter to the Editor I t is a busy time in service at Coshocton High Coshocton County! School with NewPointe May seems to be one Community Church of those months that Coshocton campus pastor goes by in a blur - and this Chad Olinger speaking. would be particularly so if At 7:00 p.m. on Sunday you have a graduating se- evening, May 21 former RV nior. Those years go by way MARK’S MUSINGS graduate Alexa Norris will too quickly from personal be speaking at the River experience. View baccalaureate. We are fortunate We are truly fortunate to live in a to live in a community that still offers community that gives and gives and this opportunity for our graduating gives some more. The recently conclud- seniors and their families. Thanks to the ed Relay for Life, the 22nd annual event organizations that make these events for Coshocton County, wrapped up on possible. Both of these events are open Saturday at noon at the fairgrounds. A to the public. big thanks goes out to all of the partici- In addition to our many local high pants, team captains, event leaders and school seniors graduating in a couple of all those in our community that bought weeks we also have many graduating a hot dog, candy bar, raffle ticket, a from college and preparing to take the luminaria or contributed in any way to next step in their lives. Good luck to all this year’s event. A big thank you also of you! needs to go out to the folks that do all It is alumni banquet time and for of the work behind the scenes for Relay, many it is a joyous occasion to rem- those that make sure the electric is on, inisce about “