The Coshocton County Beacon October 11, 2017 - Page 7

OCTOBER 11, 2017 Shryock accepts term as offi cer of OnSomble Costume class brings out creative side of horse show participants COSHOCTON - John Shryock of Coshocton recently returned from an annual share- holder meeting on Sept. 23 in Nashville where he accepted a term as an offi cer of OnSomble, Inc. Shryock serves as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the company which engages in Business Development Services. Hospital Corporations con- tract through OnSomble to manage the performance assessment and learning needs of their professional medical staff through the industry leading software services that the company provides. OnSomble has helped some of the nation’s largest hospital corporations achieve quality service recognition beyond state and federal regulatory standards. Since its inception in 2008, OnSomble has branched out from North By Josie Sellers COSHOCTON - Kyler Th ompson had a big smile on his face after winning the cos- tume class in the open horse show on Oct. 3 at the Coshocton County Fair. “I’ve done this two times already and I can’t believe I keep getting fi rst,” he said. Th ompson and his horse were Th omas Th e Train and his sister Kaitlyn helped pull off the costume by dressing as a con- ductor and leading the horse around. “I hope the judge didn’t ask him any- thing about Th omas because he really knows his Th omas Th e Train and can talk about him,” said Nancy March, Kyler’s grandmother. Nancy and her husband Randy bought Kyler his horse and she helps with his costumes. “Her wheels are already turning for his next costume,” Randy said. Prior to presenting awards, the judge for the contest announced that Coshocton had some of the best participants in the costume class that she has seen. Partici- pants turned themselves and their horses into bumble bees and bee keepers, fi re- fi ghters, soldiers, video game characters and much more. Th e judge told the crowd that she could tell they had put a lot of time into th eir themes and concepts and she liked that several of them worked as groups. She felt everyone who participated deserved a round of applause. Call to Order and Drive-thru to Pick Up THE BEACON 7 America and is now recognized world- wide for its leading products and services which represent the next generation of predictive analytics and other HR related services. Shryock started his career in education and continued teaching operations man- agement and production systems at the college level even after having co-found- ed the company. He has since trans- ferred his educational credentials from Tennessee where he originally earned his public school administrator’s license. He assists as necessary in the capacity of an adjunct administrator and full time teacher during the school calendar year at Coshocton Christian School located on Airport Road, Coshocton. He is the son of Gary and Pat Shryock of Coshocton. Contributed | Beacon OPENINGS AVAILABLE NOW! Welcome to Worry-Free Living! Josie Sellers | Beacon Kyler Thompson’s Thomas The Train costume won fi rst place in the open horse show costume contest held Oct. 3 at the Coshocton County Fair. Helping him in the event was his sister Kaitlyn Thompson. For more photos, visit www.coshoctonbea- Seton Coshocton Apartments BRC Properties Inc. Managing Agent A Fair Housing Community • Country Setting • Quietly Secluded • Applicants must be at least 62 years of age. • Social Activities • Library • Outdoor Patio • Puzzle/Game Room • Pets Allowed 377 Clow Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-7664 Showroom Now Open! TRY OUR BUCKEYE SPECIAL! 21735 Plank Rd. (beside Subway) Apple Valley, Ohio On any Buckeye game day get an XL pizza with up to three toppings and a dozen wings for only $ 20 . 00 S E RV I N G : Locally Owned Pizza • Calzones Sub Sandwiches Wings • Salads 0053_092717 120 Main Street West Lafayette 740 - 545 - 9525 Pizza Shop Hours : Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday 3pm-9pm Saturday 3pm-11pm • Friday 10am-11pm 0005_031517 a style for every point of view® 740-504-5732 Drop in and register to win a set of Eucalyptus Sheets! Open 11am-3pm | Closed Wednesday and Sunday