The Coshocton County Beacon November 22, 2017 - Page 5
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Consider becoming a
COSHOCTON - Do you enjoy gardening? Are you looking
for a way to give back to your community? Then becom-
ing a Master Gardener Volunteer may be just the thing
The Master Gardener Volunteer Program trains volun-
teers for Ohio State University Extension to help further
the mission of engagement and outreach in Coshocton
County. Volunteers are trained in consumer horticul-
ture including: Annuals, perennials, fruits, vegetables,
soil, botany, turf, insects, diseases and more. After
receiving over 50 hours of education, each intern must
complete 50 hours of service to OSU to become fully
certified Ohio State Master Gardener Volunteers.
Join the Master Gardener Volunteers for a free Infor-
mational open house on Monday, Dec. 4 from 7 to 8 p.m.
in room 145 of the County Services Building. Hear from
current Master Gardener Volunteers about their experi-
ences, the process of joining, their volunteer activities,
and how you can be a part of it all.
The next training classes in Coshocton County will
be Feb. 5 to June 11, 2018, Monday evenings from 6 to 9
p.m. Find an application packet at coshocton.osu.edu or
contact Emily Adams for more information at 740-622-
2265 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you for supporting
your Coshocton Public
We look forward to providing our
community with increased services
and access to the library.
Paid for by the Coshocton County Library Levy Committee - Tim Vance, Treasurer
3 times a week 2 years
1 associate degree
Courses offered in Newark, Coshocton,
Knox, Pataskala and online. Register
today! The first cohort begins January 8.
Learn more at cotc.edu/321 or contact
Business Management Technology
Evening & weekend classes for working adults