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12 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com SEPTEMBER 19 , 2018
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Pictured from left are Warehouse Restaurant owner John Larson and two of his employees Michelle Walters and Julie Patterson . Walters recently lost her son and the restaurant raised money to help her through this difficult time

Warehouse helps employee through difficult time

By Josie Sellers josie @ coshoctoncountybeacon . com
COSHOCTON – Michelle Walters has worked at the Warehouse Restaurant for 12 years . When she lost her son , Sammy Walters , her co-workers and customers rallied together to raise more than $ 4,000 to help out in her time of need .
“ Some people just gave donations in her name , but we also had a lot of raffles ,” said John Larson , owner of the restaurant .
Julie Patterson , who also works at the restaurant , took the lead in organizing fundraising efforts .
“ Between people and businesses we had over 80 donations ,” she said .
In the end a total of $ 4,740 was raised by the Warehouse and Larson was very appreciative of everyone who donated .
“ Thank you for your support during this very difficult and challenging time for Michelle ,” he said .
Michelle was in awe of what everyone did for her .
“ I hope no one ever has to experience anything like this ,” she said . “ I want to thank everyone especially all the people , including the kids who never stopped looking for Sammy .”
He was reported missing in late July and his body was recovered on Aug . 4 .
“ There were people that donated water
“ Thank you to everyone for their support and never giving up on the search for Sammy . My worse fear was that we wouldn ’ t find him and everyone would quit looking . God bless everyone .”
- Michelle Walters
to those helping search for Sammy and some who just stopped and asked if the family needed anything ,” Patterson said .
Michelle is very appreciative of everyone who raised money and offered their support including those who brought food and her brother Dusty Wilkin who went out and searched with Dave Stone and Garrison Bryant from the Coshocton County Sheriff ’ s Office .
“ Thank you to everyone for their support and never giving up on the search for Sammy ,” she said . “ My worse fear was that we wouldn ’ t find him and everyone would quit looking . God bless everyone .”

Introduction to shotgun shooting at Woodbury Range

COSHOCTON – Anyone interested in learning the basics of shotgun shooting is invited to attend a free program on Sept . 30 at the Woodbury Range near Coshocton , according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources ( ODNR ).
The ODNR Division of Wildlife is hosting the event on Sunday , Sept . 30 , from 1 - 4 p . m . and will provide all firearms , ammunition , safety equipment , and targets . The event is open to anyone ages 12 years old and up , and participants with basic firearms safety skills are encouraged . There will be a brief safety talk and shooting technique lesson followed by live fire . Firearms provided for use will be 20-gauge shotguns , but participants are permitted to bring other range-legal shotguns and corresponding ammunition if they prefer .
Pre-registration is required by Thursday , Sept . 27 . Please call the ODNR Wildlife District 4 office at 740-589-9930
COSHOCTON - Fall is a great time to visit the shops and restaurants in Historic Roscoe Village and The Roscoe Village Business Association is planning an event just for that purpose . The ' All Day ' Ladies Night Out will be Thursday , Sept . 20 with sidewalk sales and special discounts on merchandise throughout the day .
" Most of the shops will have extended hours until 7 p . m . that day ," said Jan Myers , chairperson of the Roscoe Village Business Association . " We will also have refreshments in many of the business between 5 and 7 p . m . such as wine and cheese , fudge , cookies , and punch .
" The businesses are gearing up for the season , so it ' s a perfect time to get together with friends and make a fun shopping evening out . We are excited to invite all to sign up .
The event is free , but all persons age 18 or older who will be shooting must purchase either an annual shooting range permit for $ 24 or a one-day shooting range permit for $ 5 , which are available at all hunting and fishing license outlets or at wildohio . gov . Permits are not sold at the shooting range . Anyone age 17 and under who will be shooting is not required to purchase a permit but must be accompanied by and directly monitored by an adult age 18 years or older who holds a valid shooting range permit .
The Woodbury Shooting Range is located six miles west of Coshocton at 41384 State Route 541 , Warsaw . Participants will meet at the range attendant building .
ODNR ensures a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all . Visit the ODNR website at ohiodnr . gov .
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Enjoy an ' All Day ' Ladies Shopping Night Out in Historic Roscoe Village

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www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com our regular shoppers and new guests to visit the many shops and restaurants in Roscoe Village for this casual ladies shopping event ."
Some of the participating businesses for the All Day Ladies Night Out Event include G . A . Fisher Diamond Jewelers , Roscoe Village Sweets and Treats , Roscoe Village Visitor Center Gift Shop , Medbery Marketplace , Cottage Gate , Roscoe General Store , Warehouse Steak and Stein , Abigail Birch in Historic Roscoe Village , Canal Cargo , Coshocton Visitors Bureau Annin Flagmakers Showroom , River Ridge Leather , Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum , Ohio State of Mind , and more . For more information , call ( 740 ) 622-4877 or ' The Shops of Roscoe Village ' on Facebook .
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12 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 Introduction to shotgun shooting at Woodbury Range Josie Sellers | Beacon Pictured from left are Warehouse Restaurant owner John Larson and two of his employees Michelle Walters and Julie Patt erson. Walters recently lost her son and the restaurant raised money to help her through this diffi cult time Warehouse helps employee through diffi cult time By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – Michelle Walters has worked at the Warehouse Restaurant for 12 years. When she lost her son, Sammy Walters, her co-workers and custom- ers rallied together to raise more than $4,000 to help out in her time of need. “Some people just gave donations in her name, but we also had a lot of raffl es,” said John Larson, owner of the restaurant. Julie Patterson, who also works at the restaurant, took the lead in organizing fundraising eff orts. “Between people and businesses we had over 80 donations,” she said. In the end a total of $4,740 was raised by the Warehouse and Larson was very appreciative of everyone who donated. “Th ank you for your support during this very diffi cult and challenging time for Michelle,” he said. Michelle was in awe of what everyone did for her. “I hope no one ever has to experience anything like this,” she said. “I want to thank everyone especially all the people, including the kids who never stopped looking for Sammy.” He was reported missing in late July and his body was recovered on Aug. 4. “Th ere were people that donated water to those helping search for Sammy and some who just stopped and asked if the family needed anything,” Patterson said. Michelle is very appreciative of every- “Thank you to everyone for their support and never giving up on the search for Sammy. My worse fear was that we wouldn’t fi nd him and everyone would quit looking. God bless everyone.” - Michelle Walters one who raised money and off ered their support including those who brought food and her brother Dusty Wilkin who went out and searched with Dave Stone and Garrison Bryant from the Coshoc- ton County Sheriff ’s Offi ce. “Th ank you to everyone for their support and never giving up on the search for Sammy,” she said. “My worse fear was that we wouldn’t fi nd him and everyone would quit looking. God bless everyone.” COSHOCTON – Anyone interested in learning the basics of shotgun shooting is invited to attend a free program on Sept. 30 at the Woodbury Range near Coshoc- ton, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Th e ODNR Division of Wildlife is host- ing the event on Sunday, Sept. 30, from 1 - 4 p.m. and will provide all fi rearms, ammunition, safety equipment, and tar- gets. Th e event is open to anyone ages 12 years old and up, and participants with basic fi rearms safety skills are encour- aged. Th ere will be a brief safety talk and shooting technique lesson followed by live fi re. Firearms provided for use will be 20-gauge shotguns, but participants are permitted to bring other range-legal shotguns and corresponding ammuni- tion if they prefer. Pre-registration is required by Th urs- day, Sept. 27. Please call the ODNR Wildlife District 4 offi ce at 740-589-9930 to sign up. Th e event is free, but all persons age 18 or older who will be shooting must pur- chase either an annual shooting range permit for $24 or a one-day shooting range permit for $5, which are available at all hunting and fi shing license outlets or at wildohio.gov. Permits are not sold at the shooting range. Anyone age 17 and under who will be shooting is not re- quired to purchase a permit but must be accompanied by and directly monitored by an adult age 18 years or older who holds a valid shooting range permit. Th e Woodbury Shooting Range is locat- ed six miles west of Coshocton at 41384 State Route 541, Warsaw. Participants will meet at the range attendant building. ODNR ensures a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefi t of all. Visit the ODNR website at ohiodnr.gov. Contributed | Beacon Enjoy an 'All Day' Ladies Shopping Night Out in Historic Roscoe Village COSHOCTON - Fall is a great time to visit the shops and restaurants in Historic Roscoe Village and Th e Roscoe Village Business Association is planning an event just for that purpose. Th e 'All Day' Ladies Night Out will be Th ursday, Sept. 20 with sidewalk sales and special discounts on merchandise throughout the day. "Most of the shops will have extend- ed hours until 7 p.m. that day," said Jan Myers, chairperson ѡI͍Y) ͥ́ͽѥ]ݥͼٔ)ɕɕ́͡䁽ѡͥ)ݕԁ܁Ս́ݥ)͔Ց̰չ(Q͕ͥ́ɔɥȁѡ)͕ͽͼН́əЁѥѼЁѽѡ)ݥѠɥ́ո͡)ٕи]ɔ፥ѕѼ٥є)ȁɕձȁ́͡܁Օ́Ѽ)٥ͥЁѡ́͡ɕхɅ́)I͍Yȁѡ́Յ́͡)ٕи)Mѡѥѥ͕ͥ́)ѡ1́9Ё=ЁٕЁՑ)͡ȁ)ݕ̰I͍)YMݕ́Qɕ̰I͍Y)Yͥѽȁ ѕȁЁM55ɭд) хєI͍ɅMѽɔ)]ɕ͔MѕMѕ ɍ)!ѽɥI͍Y ɝ) ͡ѽYͥѽ́ ɕԁ)́MɽIٕȁI1ѡȰ))ͽ!յɥ͔5͕մ=)Mхє5ɔȁɔȴ)ѥȴ܁ȀQM)I͍Y) ɥѕ )ݥѕȹ)Q ͡ѽ չ )͡ѽѽ乍(ȸ(؁5Mɕ)Q) ͡ѽ=)܁܁ܹ́ѽѼ乌