The Coshocton County Beacon November 22, 2017 - Page 12

12 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com NOVEMBER 22, 2017 Beth Scott | Beacon Leadership Coshocton County hands out cookies at parade Josie Sellers | Beacon Family bonding time at the library Kacey Rice is pictured reading to her 5-year-old son Chance Rice at the Coshoc- ton Public Library’s holiday open house on Nov. 17. “I thought we would come down for some fun activities and good cookies and read some books,” Kacey said. Chance added that the juice was good too. Leadership Coshocton County passed out cookies and hot chocolate at the an- nual Miracle on Main Christmas parade on Friday, Nov. 17. Pictured receiving the fi rst cookie of the evening is Mike Gos- nell from Betsy Gosnell, executive direc- tor of Leadership Coshocton County. The organization had 12 dozen Hannah Marie cookies, which were donated, YOUR BIRDS B A N K R U P T C Y FEED SUNFLOWER SEEDS 50#, 25# & 5# Bags Available WE V A H E SUET THISTLE SEEDS CAKES 25#, 10# & 5# Bags Available ROY RABER FAMILY DBA Mitchell Marczewski • Personal & Small Business • Call for Free Publication “The 10 Most Common Questions about Bankruptcy” • Stop Creditor Harassment, Repossession, Garnishment and Sheriff Sales • Save Your Home and Car • Emergency Filing Available We are a debt relief agency and help people file bankruptcy under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Marczewski Law Offices 1020 Maple Ave., Zanesville (next to Dr. Adornetto) 740-453-8900 | www.zanesvillelawyer.com 2 ½ miles S.W. of New Bedford on TR 220 50940 Twp. Rd. 220, Baltic 740-610-8586 Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 7:30am - 5:00pm Wed. 7:30am - 8:00pm • Sat. 7:30am - 4:00pm to pass out at the parade as well as hot chocolate. “It’s just a way to give back to the community,” said Betsy. “We like to be involved and one of the things we pride ourselves on is our group project in the community. Any time we have the opportunity to give back to the commu- nity, we just enjoy doing that.” Union Elementary announces honors COSHOCTON – Th e following students have been named to the honor and merit rolls at Union Elementary for the fi rst nine weeks: Honor Roll: Th ird Grade: Katelyn Edgar, Rylan Ste- phen, Trace Stout; Fourth Grade: Deakon Ames, Elaina Brenly, Sydney Hennis, Ayden Hofmeister, Alexxa Mow- ers, Dakota Mummey, Jaiden Richards, Catherine Sibert, Brylie Wine; Fifth Grade: Olivia Abram, Peyton Bratton, Aiden Brinker, Atira Butts, Brodey Buxton, Audrey Col- lins, Audri Cramer, Draven Dupler, Lacee Garvin, Gavin Guilliams, Madyson Holand, Rhaigan Lane, Hunter Meade, Samantha Mizer, Lanie Nickerson, Joseph Pa- houndis, Carsen Russell, Elijah Sargent, Emily Valentine, Kennedy White, Shaelyn Yoder; Sixth Grade: Leah Allen, Wesley Anderson, Addisyn Atkinson, Malee Capps, Skyler Cooper, Beau Davidson, Jaiden Kauff man, Dakota Moran, Haley Riffl e, Korie Roberts, Carter Russell, Gracie Sipe, Wyatt Weese, Parker Wine, and Joni Winland. Merit Roll: Th ird Grade: Madyson Guthrie, Adde- lynn Roberson; Fourth Grade: Trenton Abreu, Hannah Brown, Remington Comston, Cameran Cummings, Bri- anna Goodman, Kambry Harmon, Peyton Hixenbaugh, Taylor Meade, Aubrey Quincel, Austin Quincel, Ashleigh Wilson; Fifth Grade: Ariane Arnold, Shamani Bell, Maria Goodman, Gage Petersen; Sixth Grade: Riley Abreu, Caden Bryson, Jeremiah Lippencott, Savannah Ramsey, Conner Smith, and Katelynn Spotti. Contributed | Beacon