The Coshocton County Beacon November 27, 2019

FREE! The Beacon FREE! • Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2019 • Vol. 12 • No. 31• P O S I T I V E LY C O S H O C T O N C O U N T Y Christmas comes to Coshocton COMING SOON! NOW HIRING Stop by on Wednesdays from 12-4PM to fill out an application. By Beth Scott 523 Main St, Coshocton 740-295-9277 • Tobacco Accessories • Collectibles • Tattoo Equipment November 30 th Small Business Saturday Miracle on Main Beth Scott | Beacon Madison Miller, a 2018 graduate of Coshocton High School and the new Miss Maple City, was one of many people who participated in the 2019 Miracle on Main Christmas parade. The annual event was held Friday evening, Nov. 22 and ushered the holiday season into Downtown Coshoc- ton. For more photos, visit COSHOCTON – Miracle on Main brought the magic of Christmas to Main Street in Coshocton on Friday, Nov. 22. People lined the street well before the start of the parade to en- sure they had the perfect spot to see Santa as he made a special trip to see the children of Coshocton. Before the parade, the Coshocton Public Library had their annual Holiday Open House. They have been having special activities prior to the parade for at least 13 years. “We do this as a way of participating in Miracle on Main and being part of the community festivities,” said Holli Rainwater, outreach coordinator for the library. “It’s just a lot of fun to do because we get people who don’t normally come to the library. So, this is just to promote how much fun we have here. It’s also a way of thanking people for supporting the library over the year.” The library had a lot of fun activities for children of all ages. There were crafts for little kids, crafts for teens and adults, live music by “A Gathering of Dulcimers”, refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library, and the famous pictures with Rudolph. SEE CHRISTMAS ON PAGE 21 WANT TO MOVE YOUR EXISTING PRE-ARRANGEMENT TO MILLER FUNERAL HOME? Whether it’s a traditional service or a cremation, your loved one will never leave our care, after opening the only crematory in Coshocton County. Call 740-622-8000, Matt or Darcie to transfer your pre-arrangement today. See pages 24-25 Coshocton County’s locally-owned newspaper & Crematory L ocaLLy o wned & o perated