The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 13

Ridgewood tops Strasburg Coshocton Farmers Market off ers fall favorites WEST LAFAYETTE – Ridgewood’s girls’ golf team took on Strasburg on Sept. 19 at Willandale Golf Course in Sugarcreek. Ridgewood’s team score was 190 and Strasburg’s was 200. Individual scores for the Generals were: Lexi Zim- mer – 42; Sadie Wilson – 45; Brianna Brady – 47; Hallie Reed – 56; Ally Dotson – 57; and Sydney Matis – 57. Ridgewood then competed in the IVC Post Season Tournament on Sept. 20 at the same golf course. Th e Generals’ team score was 383, which earned them third place. Individual scores were: Sadie Wilson – 83; Lexi Zimmer – 90; Sydney Matis – 103; Brianna Brady – 107; Hallie Reed – 117; and Ally Dotson – 131. Mary Meyer | Contributed RHS volleyball defeats Newcomerstown WEST LAFAYETTE - Ridgewood High School volleyball defeated Newcomerstown at home by scores of 25-16, 25-17, and 25-12. Th e Generals were led by: Morgan Matis had 10 kills, 10 digs, two blocks, four points and two aces; Ab- bey Kellish had 16 digs, seven kills, fi ve points and fi ve aces; Sydney Zinkon had 13 assists, three points and one ace; Kalie Rettos - 11 digs, fi ve kills, eight points and three aces; Aleeah Cabot - 16 assists, six points and one ace; Jaelyn McGee - fi ve kills and two blocks; Carly Griffi th - nine digs. Contributed | Beacon WILLIAM ALBERT, INC. Sand, Gravel, Fill Dirt & Limestone Crane Service - Trucking Sewer - Water Lines 1300 Cassingham Hollow Road - Coshocton, OH 43812 Office: 740-622-3045 • williamalbertinc@gmail.com 0004_080818 GENERAL EXCAVATING Due to the rain-out of the Sandy Valley match on Sept. 17, the front nine of the post-season tournament was used to replace it. Ridgewood won this match with a team score of 192. Th ey were led by: Sadie Wilson – 44; Lexi Zimmer – 45; Sydney Matis – 51; Brianna Brady – 52; Hallie Reed – 56; and Ally Dotson – 66. Contributed | Beacon RHS defeats Garaway WEST LAFAYETTE - Ridgewood volleyball defeated Gar- away away by scores of 25-22, 25-21, 27-25. Th e Generals were led by: Morgan Matis - 10 kills, one block, fi ve points, and two aces; Sydney Zinkon – seven assists, fi ve points and two aces; Abbey Kellish - 17 digs, four kills, three points and two aces; Carly Griffi th - 18 digs; Aleeah Cabot - 13 assists; Jaelyn Mc- Gee - fi ve kills and four blocks; Kalie Rettos - six points and one block; and Maddy Colvin - 10 digs. Contributed | Beacon OCT. 1 - OCT. 5 SENIOR MENU Retirement Income Strategies Are you concerned about what is best for your needs & goals? Joshua G. Fisher, CRPC® Managing Director - Investments 250 2nd St. N.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663 330-339-6669 800-203-4934 joshua.fisher@wellsfargoadvisors.com Investment and Insurance Products:  NOT FDIC Insured  NO Bank Guarantee  MAY Lose Value Wells Fargo Advisors is the trade name used by Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC. Members SIPC, non-bank affiliates of Wells Fargo & Company. ©2018 Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC. All Rights Reserved. CAR-0418-03357 ACTIVITIES Monday, Oct. 1 Monday, Oct. 1 10:00 Senior Exercise Class Mushroom & Swiss Burger 10:30 Grocery Bingo (Sauteed Mushrooms & Onions) 10:30 Silversneaker Strength Tater Tots, Apricots, Bun & Milk & Balance Tuesday, Oct. 2 Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Carrots, Orange, Bread & Milk Wednesday, Oct. 3 French Toast, Sausage Links, Hash Browns, Pears, Orange-Pineapple Juice, Milk Thursday, Oct. 4 COSHOCTON - It’s now offi cially fall, and autumn produce is abundant at Coshocton Farmers Market downtown. Shoppers can fi nd favorite fall produce: Local apples and plums, pumpkins, butternut and acorn squash, as well as other winter squash such as hubbard and turban. Colorful gourds, Indian corn, and chrysanthe- mums are available, too, for fall décor. Other fall produce from local farms and gardens includes potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, sweet and hot peppers, Swiss chard and kale. Cool weather crops like lettuce and salad greens are making a come- back, too. And shoppers can still fi nd some green beans and beets. Market bakers off er cutou t cookies in fall themes, date pinwheel and pecan cookies, homemade pies and breads. Crafters sell many unique items, including hanging towels, tote bags and baby bibs with favorite sports and seasonal logos, wooden primitives in au- tumn colors, and homemade soap, lip balms, body butters and scrubs with fall fragrances. Th e holiday gift-giving season is right around the corner. Coshocton Farmers Market is open every Saturday through Oct. 27. A harvest festival is planned for Octo- ber 6, with special attractions for children, including trick-or-treating, scarecrow building sponsored by Clary Gardens, and face painting by CECA (Coshocton Environmental and Community Awareness). Other or- ganizations participating include the Coshocton Public Library, WIC (Women, Infants, and Children), Coshoc- ton County Farm Bureau, and the Johnson-Humerick- house Museum. Th is recipe from tasteofhome.com makes an old-fash- ioned dessert that’s comforting and never out of style. Pumpkin Bread Pudding 4 cups cubed day-old whole wheat bread 1/2 cup chopped dates or raisins 1/3 cup plus 2-1/2 tablespoons chopped pecans, divided 2 cups whole milk 1 cup cooked and pureed pumpkin 2 large eggs, separated 2/3 cup packed brown sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 3/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves Half-and-half cream or whipped cream (optional) Combine bread cubes, dates and 1/3 cup pecans; place in a greased 2-qt. shallow baking dish. In a bowl, combine milk, pumpkin, egg yolks, brown sugar, and seasonings. In a small bowl, beat egg whites until stiff ; fold into pumpkin mixture. Pour over bread cubes and toss gently. Sprinkle with remaining nuts. Bake uncov- ered at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean. Serve warm or chilled with cream, if desired. Th e Coshocton Farmers Market is open 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays, from May through October, on the 300 block of Main Street in Coshocton. For more informa- tion, visit Coshocton Farmers Market on Facebook. THE BEACON 13 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 Oven Fried Chicken Thigh, Diced Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Diced Peaches, Dinner Roll & Milk 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance Tuesday, Oct. 2 9:00 Cardio Drumming 10:30 Mindful Meditation 11:30 Ohio Secretary of State Liason voting presentation 1:00 Produce Pick-up (arrive no earlier than 12:45) Wednesday, Oct. 3 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 12:00 PERI Meeting 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 1:00 Book Club Thursday, Oct. 4 9-11 Line Dancing 11:30 Presentation on Issue 1 By County Prosecutor Egg Salad Sandwich, Jason Given, Sheriff Tim Broccoli Soup, 100% Fruit Juice, Rogers & Common Pleas Court, Judge Robert Fruit Yogurt, Crackers, Batchelor Bun & Milk 1:00 Bible Study 0061_092618 Friday, Oct. 5 SOUP OF THE MONTH: Ham & Bean Served 11-1 Takeout or Eat-In $3 ea. includes Breadstick SALADS AVAILABLE! Served 11-1 $3 ea. Takeout or Eat-In Choice of Toppings & Dressings Friday, Oct. 5 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 11:00 Blood Pressure Checks By Signature 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance If you need transportation to the Center for meals, activities, or weekly grocery shopping, call us at 740-622-4852 to schedule your ride at least one day in advance. To access ingredient content, please call Bud Moore 740-622-4852 Please call one day in advance to make reservations for lunch. All seniors are welcome: bring a friend! Call for more information: 740-622-4852 Coshocton County Senior Center 201 Browns Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-4852 Center hours are Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.