The Coshocton County Beacon October 11, 2017 - Page 4

4 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com OCTOBER 11, 2017 |  OPINION I t’s a wrap. Th e 166th game against Penn State annual Coshocton now looms largest on the County Fair is in the horizon for the Buckeyes books and all that is on Oct. 28. Remember, the left are the memories of an- Buckeyes take on Nebraska other great county fair and this week with the 21st of a few scraps of paper blow- October off . You can rake ing across the fairgrounds. MARK’S MUSINGS leaves, take a drive to see Th at might not even be some fall foliage and enjoy happening due to the diligence of the the fall weather. folks that perform these tasks. I am sure Actually, that Saturday works out that most of us - including me - take all ideally for Coshocton County folks with that for granted. Th ese folks deserve our the Apple Butter Stirrin’, Fall Farm and thanks and appreciation so thank you! Foliage Tour and several other events Supporters turned out in strong fash- that are wrapped around that weekend. ion for the junior fair livestock auction Let’s hope the weather is fall fantastic! on Th ursday evening, Oct. 5. Th is event It seems quite the season for hurri- is always one of the highlights of the canes as Hurricane Nate made landfall county fair and allows our youth to reap over the weekend and battered some some of the rewards from their hard of the Gulf coast before heading into work and expenses of raising an animal. the Appalachian region spreading rain Th e Beacon will be publishing a special throughout the area. commemorative edition on Wednesday, Speaking of rain, let’s be thankful Oct. 18 on the Sale of Champions with that we received a nice amount over the the buyers list. weekend and late last week. We certain- Th e Major League Baseball Division ly needed it. Several folks said that the Series is in full swing - pun intend- river is about the lowest that they have ed with the Indians up one game on ever seen it. Agreed. I