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Kim Trull and her grandson Gunner Trull took a moment to pose for a picture while browsing the book fair that was part of Warsaw Elementary School ’ s grandparents ’ day .
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Grandparents enjoy special day at Warsaw Elementary School

By Josie Sellers josie @ coshoctoncountybeacon . com
WARSAW – Gunner Trull was eager to show his grandmother what books he liked at the book fair set up during Warsaw Elementary School ’ s grandparents ’ day . “ I like coming to interact with him and see what he likes ,” said Kim Trull , Gunner ’ s grandmother . The kindergartener pointed out several LEGO books to his grandmother hoping she ’ d buy one . “ Grandma came to buy ,” Kim said . Grandparents ’ day activities were held Sept . 20-21 at the school . In addition to browsing the book fair , grandparents also were invited to enjoy lunch with their grandchildren and have a souvenir picture taken .
Jeff Storms came down from Bucyrus to attend the event and spend time with his granddaughter Kelsey McClellan , who is in the fourth grade .
“ I ’ m looking forward to having lunch with him ,” said McClellan while she and her grandpa browsed the book fair .
Storms said he used to live in Coshocton and tries to come back whenever he gets a chance .
“ She is the last of four grandchildren to go through this school ,” he said . “ I think it is fantastic that they do this ( grandparents ’ day ). I can ’ t say enough good things about this school .”
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Nelson named teen of the month

COSHOCTON – Madalyn Nelson is the Elk ’ s Teen of the Month for September .
She is the daughter of Scott and Jennifer Nelson and is a senior at Coshocton High School , where she is involved in many different activities . Madalyn is the senior class , Varsity C and student council president . She is a member of the National Honor Society , is active in the FCA , and captain of the girls soccer team . She is involved with the Coshocton Foundation Youth Leadership Class of 2018 , works part time at Shelby Theater , is a dance instructor at Miss Jennifer ’ s Dance Studio and is a member of Elite Dance Force and the I Believe Foundation .
Madalyn plans to attend college and major in communications with a minor in public relations . At this time she is unsure as to what school she will attend .
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In the cafeteria Carol Boyce and her grandson , third grader Owen Hunt , were enjoying a lunch of Salisbury Steak , mashed potatoes and gravy , roll , fruit , ice cream , cookie and milk . “ They always feed us well ,” Boyce said . Hunt said he only sees his grandmother on the weekends so it was nice to see her during the week . Boyce also enjoyed the extra time with him .
“ I like getting to interact with him in his school setting and going to the book fair and seeing how his choices in books have changed from last year .”
- Carol Boyce
“ I like getting to interact with him in his school setting and going to the book fair and seeing how his choices in books have changed from last year ,” she said .
Warsaw Elementary Principal Tracey Herron said 400 people were scheduled to attend the event over the two days .

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20 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 Grandparents enjoy special day at Warsaw Elementary School By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com Kim Trull and her grandson Gunner Trull took a moment to pose for a picture while browsing the book fair that was part of Warsaw Elementary School’s grandparents’ day. 1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 www.jeffdrennen.com Contributed | Beacon WARSAW – Gunner Trull was eager to show his grand- mother what books he liked at the book fair set up during Warsaw Elementary School’s grandparents’ day. “I like coming to interact with him and see what he likes,” said Kim Trull, Gunner’s grandmother. Th e kindergartener pointed out several LEGO books to his grandmother hoping she’d buy one. “Grandma came to buy,” Kim said. Grandparents’ day activities were held Sept. 20-21 at the school. In addition to browsing the book fair, grandparents also were invited to enjoy lunch with their grandchildren and have a souvenir picture taken. Jeff Storms came down from Bucyrus to attend the event and spend time with his granddaughter Kelsey McClellan, who is in the fourth grade. “I’m looking forward to having lunch with him,” said McClellan while she and her grandpa browsed the book fair. Storms said he used to live in Coshocton and tries to come back whenever he gets a chance. “She is the last of four grandchildren to go through this school,” he said. “I think it is fantastic that they do this (grandparents’ day). I can’t say enough good things about this school.” for Cabin Fresh and Cabin Filter! OIL CHANGE, & 23 POINT INSPECTION $34.95 Excludes diesel and synthetic oil vehicles. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFER. PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE SALES TAX OR SHOP SUPPLIES “I like gett ing to interact with him in his school sett ing and going to the book fair and seeing how his choices in books have changed from last year.” - Carol Boyce “I like getting to interact with him in his school setting and going to the book fair and seeing how his choices in books have changed from last year,” she said. Warsaw Elementary Principal Tracey Herron said 400 people were scheduled to attend the event over the two days. Nelson named teen of the month OFFERS EXPIRE OCTOBER 31ST, 2018 $94.77 In the cafeteria Carol Boyce and her grandson, third grader Owen Hunt, were enjoying a lunch of Salisbury Steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, roll, fruit, ice cream, cookie and milk. “Th ey always feed us well,” Boyce said. Hunt said he only sees his grandmother on the week- ends so it was nice to see her during the week. Boyce also enjoyed the extra time with him. Nelson COSHOCTON – Madalyn Nelson is the Elk’s Teen of the Month for September. She is the daughter of Scott and Jennifer Nelson and is a senior at Coshocton High School, where she is involved in many diff erent activities. Madalyn is the senior class, Varsity C and student council president. She is a member of the National Honor Society, is active in the FCA, and captain of the girls soccer team. She is involved with the Coshocton Foundation Youth Leadership Class of 2018, works part time at Shelby Th e- ater, is a dance instructor at Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio and is a member of Elite Dance Force and the I Believe Foundation. Madalyn plans to atte ȁչ)ѥ́ݥѠȁՉɕѥ̸Ёѡ́ѥ͡)չɔ́ѼݡЁ͍͡ݥѕ) ɥѕ (Ё]ѕȁIMH́85͉ɜ= )ܹ٥ѽͥ()=5Q̸ᅴ)QՕ̸]ɤᅴMиᅴ