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COUNTY INFO. PAGES 4-9
To Our Readers,
COSHOCTON COUNTY INFORMATION As Coshocton County celebrates it’s Bicentennial in 2011,
STATISTICAL DATA ABOUT COSHOCTON COUNTY GATHERED FROM CENSUS Coshocton Tribune Media is proud to present this, the 14th
DATA AND COUNTY AGENCIES annual edition of the official Coshocton County Resource Guide.
This edition has been updated to include information about the
MAPS PAGE 10 various United Way agencies and other materials that make this

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a true “resource guide” for the citizens of Coshocton County.
Without the support of the advertisers in this publication,
LOOKING FOR QUICKLY! this edition would not be possible. Thank you again for your
confidence and support. We encourage our readers to thank
PUBLIC OFFICES PAGES 11-18 these businesses and organizations for their endorsement and
to patronize them whenever possible. For the most part, money
PUBLIC OFFICES, SCHOOLS ETC. spent in Coshocton County stays in Coshocton County!
Information contained in this edition was compiled from a
CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS PERTAINING TO
FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL OFFICES wide variety of sources including: The Chamber of Commerce,
Coshocton Public Library, Coshocton County Memorial Hospital,
LOCAL EVENTS PAGES 18-30 Coshocton County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Roscoe
Village, Coshocton County Board of Elections, the United
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Way of Coshocton, and several others. We thank all of these
organizations and their staffs for taking the time to respond to
our questions. Thanks also to Ginger Reiss for updating the
CHURCHES PAGES 31-32 information in this year’s magazine.
We encourage you to browse through this year’s edition and
COSHOCTON COUNTY CHURCHES let us know your opinion. We will gladly accept any suggestions
and comments for improving next year’s 2012 edition.
A DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES
The cover for the 2011 Coshocton County Resource Guide
SERVICES PAGES 33-38 was designed by Melissa Davis, a member of the graphics team
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County Resource Guide and will keep it as a handy reference
throughout the year. We have made every effort to list as many
HEALTH PAGES 39-42 of the organizations, services, and resources available in the
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COSHOCTON COUNTY INFORMATION


STATISTICAL DATA ABOUT COSHOCTON COUNTY GATHERED FROM CENSUS DATA AND COUNTY AGENCIES 2011
Coshocton County Information LOCATION:
Longitude 81 degrees, 52 minutes west; latitude
40 degrees, 16 minutes north; 72 miles northeast
“COSHOCTON” (meaning): Native American
of Columbus; 100 mines south of Cleveland: 80
word meaning “black bear town”
miles west of Wheeling, West Virginia
ESTABLISHED: January 31, 1810
AREA:
Coshocton City – 4.87 square miles
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE:
Coshocton County – 564.1 square miles
Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce
401 Main Street, Coshocton, OH 43812
ALTITUDE:
Phone: (740) 622-5411
770 feet above sea level
Fax: (740) 622-9902
CITIES / TOWNS:
West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce:
ZIP CODES / TEL PREFIXES:
P.O. Box 113, West Lafayette, OH 43845
Canal Lewisville 43812 622, 623
Phone: (740) 545-9370

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Conesville 43811 829 Agricultural: $ 126,759,620


Coshocton 43812 622, 623, 295, 291 Industrial: $ 45,701,190
Fresno 43824 545 Commercial: $ 72,173,620
Keene 43828 622, 623 Mineral: $ 3,938,800
Plainfield 43836 545 Ohio income tax liability: $ 14,835,509
Walhonding 43843 834, 327 Average per return: $ 913
Warsaw 43844 824, 327
West Lafayette 43845 545 LAND USEAGE :
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CLIMATE: Total: 362, 945.2
Average annual temperatures – high = 64.5 de- Urban: 2,233.8
grees; low = 45.2 degrees (Fahrenheit) Rural (Agri/Open Urban): 171,434.2
Average annual precipitation – 38.94 inches Shrub/Scrub: 2,998.8
Average relative humidity – 72%
Average annual snowfall – 29 inches DEMOGRAPHICS: U.S. CENSUS FIGURES:
(ACS 1 - 2005-2009 Estimates)
PROPERTY
POPULATION:
Total population: 36,215
TAXABLE VALUES (2010):
Taxable value of real property: $ 719,659,380 Percent of population over 18 yrs: 75.3 %
Residential: $ 325,512,250 Percent of population over 65 yrs: 15.0 %
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ALPINE STRUCTURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 HAMPTON INN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
ANNIN & COMPANY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 HANNAH TRUCK REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
AUER ACE HARDWARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 HENLEY GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . 19
B-DRY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 HERSBERGER COUNTRY STORE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN. . . . . . . . . . 29 HOME LOAN & SAVINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CENTURY 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 INFIELD, LARRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
CENTURY NATIONAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 INTERIM HEALTHCARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
CHILI CROSSROADS BIBLE CHURCH . . . . . . . . . . . 18 JEFF DRENNEN CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE. . . . . . . . 52
COSHOCTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE . . . . . . . 26 KNO-HO-CO-ASHLAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
COSHOCTON CITY HOME HEALTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 MARILYN’S NATURAL FOODS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
COSHOCTON CO. MEMORIA HOSPITAL . . . . . . . . . . 5
MICHAEL TAYLOR FINANCIAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
COSHOCTON CO. REG. AIRPORT AUTHORITY. . . . 44
MILLCREEK BULK FOODS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
COSHOCTON LUMBER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
NEW BEGINNINGS MINISTRIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
COSHOCTON PORT AUTHORITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OLDE TOWN REALTY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
COSHOCTON VILLAGE INN AND SUITES . . . . . . . . 38
COSHOCTON VISITORS BUREAU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 PLAINFIELD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. . . . . . 37
CRAFTSMAN AT LARGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 RIVERSIDE TOWERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
DALE GRESS REALTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 ROSCOE HILLSIDE CABINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
DJ & WOODIES VINYL FRONTIER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SANCAST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
ECHOING HILLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 SMURFIT STONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
ENDLESY REALTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 STORYTELLER FOR ALL OCCASSIONS . . . . . . . . . . 45
FRONTIER POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 VALLEY ATV POLARIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
GOLDEN THIMBLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 WEST LAFAYETTE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE . . . 38
GRACE UNITED METHODIST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 WEST LAFAYETTE UNITED METHODIST . . . . . . . . . . 8
HABITAT RESTORE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 WILLIAM ALBERT EXCAVATING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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Students: (Average daily): 5,790 summer performances and more.
Teachers: (Full-time equivalent) 376
Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 / 1 ACCOMODATIONS
Graduation Rate: 97%
Overnight Rooms: 225
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PUBLIC OFFICES, SCHOOLS AND OFFICIALS


CONTACT INFORMATION FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS PERTAINING TO FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL OFFICES 2011
Council-At-Large- Tom Grier ..........(740) 623-0621
Government / Public Offices Council-At-Large- Debra Wallace ...(740) 622-1770
City Auditor- Sherry Kirkpatrick .......(740) 622-1763
Government/City
City Health Department .....................(740) 622-1736
City Income Tax .................................(740) 622-9515
Mayor - Steven D. Mercer .................(740) 622-1373
City Hall- 801 Chestnut Street City Law Director- Robert Skelton ....(740) 622-2883
Coshocton, OH 43812 Municipal Ct.-Judge Timothy L. France .(740) 622-2871
steve.mercer@cityofcoshocton.com City Treasurer- TBD..................(fax) (740) 622-8301
City Council Members:
President- Kirby Hasseman..............(740) 622-7424 Government/County
Member, 1st Ward- Robert L. Fetters(740) 622-0313
Member, 2nd Ward- James Baker ...(740) 623-0628 Board of Elections..............................(740) 622-1117
Member, 3rd Ward- Jackie Salmans (740) 622-0562 Contacts: Kathy Hendricks/Beth Barrett
Member, 4th Ward- Brad Fuller .......(740) 623-8027 724 S. 7th Street
Council-At-Large- Tom Edwards.....(740) 622-4056 Coshocton, OH 43812

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County Health Department ................(740) 622-1426 Treasurer- Michelle Darner ............... (740) 622-2731
724 South 7th Street 349 Main Street- Courthouse Annex
Clerk of Courts- Janet Mosier ............(740) 622-1456 michelledarner@coshoctoncounty.net
Coshocton County Courthouse Department of Transportation .......... (740) 622-2741
318 Main Street Coshocton County Garage
Court of Commons Pleas- 233 East Rivercrest Dr.
Judge Richard I. Evans................... (740) 622-1595 Coshocton, OH 43812
318 Main Street- Courthouse
County Auditor- Sandra K. Corder ....(740) 622-1243
349 Main Street, Room 101 Government/Federal
County Commissioners:
Commissioner Gary Fischer ...........(740) 622-1753 United States Senate
Commisstioner D. Curtis Lee ......... (740) 622-1753
Comissioner Dane Shryock..............(740) 622-1753 U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown
401 1/2 Main Street 713 Hart - Senate Office Building
Coshocton, OH 43812 Washington, D.C. 20510
County Coroner- Robert B. Gwinn, D.O . (740) 622-0916 (202) 224-2315
P. O. Box 1542
Senator George Voinovich
Coshocton, OH 43812
524 Hart- Senate Office Building
County Engineer- Fredrick T. Wachtel (740) 622-2135 Washington, D.C. 20510
23194 State Route 621 (202) 224-3353
Coshocton, OH 43812
County Recorder- David H. Dilly ..... (740) 622-2817
United States of Representatives
349 Main Street- Courthouse Annex
Juvenile Court- Judge David W. Burns . (740) 622-8969 U.S. Congressman 18th District- Bob Gibbs
426 Main Street House Office Building
Coshocton, OH 43812 Washington, D.C. 20515
Probate Court- Judge David W. Burns (740) 622-1837 (202) 225-6265
318 Main Street- Courthouse
County Prosecutor- Robert J. Batchelor..(740) 622-3566 Government/State
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328 Chestnut Street Ohio House State Representative, 94th District-
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Title Department ............................... (740) 622-1459 77 S. High Street, 12th Floor
706 South 7th Street Columbus, OH 43215
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Jimmy Stewart .................................. (614) 466-8076 508/4)*1)"--45"5&3065&45"5&
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Attorney General Mike DeWine ...... (800) 282-0515
30 E. Broad Street, 17th Floor Fiscal Officer- Ruby J. Helmick ....... (740) 327-4861
Columbus, OH Trustee- Allen W. Dobson ................ (740) 327-3442
Trustee- Dale Hedrick ...................... (740) 327-2151
Trustee- Charles G. Helmick ........... (740) 327-4861
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TOWNSHIP HALL- COUNTY ROAD 2, BAKERS- Fiscal Officer- Tammy Pope ............. (740) 824-4593
VILLE (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- 2ND Trustee- Lyman McCurdy ................ (740) 824-4101
TUESDAY EACH MO. -8:00 PM. Trustee- William Randles ................. (740) 824-4000
Fiscal Officer- Elizabeth McIntire .... (330) 897-2985 Trustee- Cal Shrimplin ..................... (740) 824-3390
Trustee- David Endlich .................... (330) 545-9333
Trustee- RickBerger ......................... (330) 545-7269 CLARK
Trustee- Mark Westhoefer ................. (330)545-5294 TOWNSHIP HALL- LOCATED TR 312-APPROX. 4


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MILES FROM CLARK(MAIL TO CLERK) MEET- Fiscal Officer- Susan Hindel ............ (740) 829-2465
ING TIME- LAST TUESDAY EACH MO.- 7:00 P.M. Trustee- Larry G. Boal ..................... (740) 829-2023
Trustee- Dennis Balo ........................ (740)829-2403
Fiscal Officer- Kevin Lowe .............. (740) 824-3044
Trustee- Dean Shroyer ..................... (740) 829-2591
Trustee- John Siegel ......................... (740) 824-4541
Trustee- Stanton W/ Coakley ........... (330) 276-6074
Trustee-Ty Myers ................................................N/A JACKSON
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CLERK) MEETING TIME- FIRST SATURDAY EACH Fiscal Officer- Shelly Webb .............. (740) 622-6980
MO.-7:30 P.M. Trustee- Greg Rice ........................... (740) 622-8700
Fiscal Officer- Nicole Shroyer .......... (740) 545-6372 Trustee- Rick Conkle ........................ (740) 294-7849
Trustee- Bill Bowen ......................... (740) 622-2770
Trustee- Curtis Garber ..................... (740) 545-6490
Trustee-Brian D. Troyer .................... (330) 897-1255
Trustee- Kevin Specht ...................... (740) 545-9037 JEFFERSON
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CONESVILLE (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- Fiscal Officer- Sandy Fitch ............... (740) 824-4445
2ND AND LAST TUESDAY EACH MO.-6:00 P.M. Trustee- Dave Roderick ................... (740) 824-3292
Trustee- Bob Laughlin ..................... (740) 824-3273
Trustee- Dale K. Smith .................... (740) 824-4226
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Trustee- Tom Raber........................... (740) 622-3696

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TOWNSHIP HALL- JACOBSPORT DR., PLAINFIELD MONDAY EACH MO. - 7 P.M.
(MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- 2ND MONDAY Fiscal Officer- Cathy Williamson ...... (740) 824-3107
EACH MO.-7:00 P.M. Trustee- Jerry Hagy .......................... (740) 824-4122
Fiscal Officer- Ronald Phillips ......... (740) 545-7608 Trustee- Thomas R. Fabian .............. (740) 824- 3253
Trustee- James Porteus...................... (740) 545-9438 Trustee- Dan Mellor .......................... (740) 824-4474
Trustee- Garry Buchanan ................. (740) 545-6267
Trustee- Gordon Hart ....................... (740) 545-6238 NEW CASTLE
TOWNSHIP HALL- AT WALHONDING GRANGE,
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LAST MONDAY EACH MO. NOV. - MAR. -7:30, APR. Trustee- Thomas E. Leache .............. (740) 824-4458
–OCT. - 8:00 P.M. Trustee- Paul A. Wilson ................... (740) 824-4288
Fiscal Officer- C. Ward Karr ............ (740) 622-1550 Trustee- C. Michael Mosholder ....... (740) 824-3838
Trustee- Wesley Croft ...................... (740) 622-1365
Trustee- Melvin Blizzard ................. (330) 674-4276 OXFORD
Trustee- W. Neil Croft ...................... (740) 622-0526 TOWNSHIP HALL- CR 254, WEST LAFAYETTE
(MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- 1ST
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Fiscal Officer- Patty Rausch ............. (740) 545-6832


Trustee- Roger W. Hill ..................... (740) 498-4330 VIRGINIA (740) 829-2020
Trustee-Thomas Mason .................... (740) 545-9011 TOWNSHIP HALL- 16845 CR 6, CONESVILLE (MAIL
Trustee- Steven L. Hall .................... (740) 545-9239 TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- FIRST MONDAY EACH
MO. (NONE IN JANUARY)
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Fiscal Officer- Candy S. McCoy ...... (740) 829-2666
TOWNSHIP HALL- EQUIPMENT BUILDING, STATE
Trustee- Kerry Stone ........................ (740) 829-2737
ROUTE 541, NEW GUILFORD (MAIL TO CLERK)
Trustee- Todd Luburgh ..................... (740) 829-2977
MEETING TIME- LAST MONDAY EACH MO- 7:00
Trustee- Burvil E. Wright ................. (740) 829-2226
P.M.
Fiscal Officer- Janette Donaker ........ (740) 327-7001 WASHINGTON
Trustee- Bruce E. Lowery ................ (740) 327-2405 TOWNSHIP HALL- STATE ROUTE 60, WAKATOMIKA
Trustee- Donald Cummings ............. (740) 327-4574 (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- FIRST MONDAY
Trustee- Alan Donaker ..................... (740) 327-7001 EACH MO.- 7:00 P.M.
Fiscal Officer- D. Curtis Lee ............ (740) 327-5121
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Trustee- Eric A. Dickson .................. (740) 327-2003
TOWNSHIP HALL- 2226 CR80; WEST CARLISLE Trustee- Bruce Stevens .................... (740) 327-4531
(MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- FIRST MONDAY Trustee- David W. Ferrell ................. (740) 327-7171
EACH MO. - 8:00 P.M.
Fiscal Officer- Camila J. Graham ..... (740) 828-3320 WHITE EYES (740) 545-5003
Trustee- R. Michael Ashcraft ........... (740) 828-2586 TOWNSHIP HALL- 26197 TR 1045, P.O. BOX 109,
Trustee- Todd Lupher ....................... (740) 828-2878 FRESNO (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME- 2ND
Trustee- Daniel Grahham ................. (740) 828-2831 WEDNESDAY EACH MO.- 7:00 P.M.
Fiscal Officer- David Dilly ............... (740) 545-7417
TIVERTON (740) 824-3684
Trustee- Randy Moore ..................... (740) 545-9838
508/4)*1)"--45"5&3065&$3*/ Trustee- Nathan K. Moore ............... (740) 545-6973
TIVERTON CENTER (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING 5SVTUFF+Fª0MJOHFS ........................ (740) 545-9829
TIME- LAST WEDNESDAY EACH MO.- 7:00 P.M.
Fiscal Officer- Sallie Gates ............... (740) 824-3441
Trustee- Dennis Tumblin .................. (740) 824-3688 Government/Villages
Trustee- Richard A. Border .............. (740) 824-3652
Trustee- William A. Bumpus ........... (740) 824-3275
CONESVILLE- Mayor- Clerk- Council
TUSCARAWAS (740) 622-0509 William Appis, Mayor
TOWNSHIP HALL- 714 CEDAR STREET, 700 Conesville Rd, Conesville, OH 43811
COSHOCTON (MAIL TO CLERK) MEETING TIME-
Michele R. Lusk
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Fiscal Officer- Cindy L. Harrah ....... (740) 623-8118 Council Members:
Trustee- Charles A. Selders .............. (740) 622-9490
Trustee- Donald E. Brown ............... (740) 622-7599 Gladys Thomas
Trustee- Don Wells ........................... (740) 622-3490 305 Biggs Ave, Conesville, OH 43811
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618 Adams St., Conesville, OH 43811 P. O. Box 436, Plainfield, OH 43836


Chris Fry Paul Finton, Jr.
702 Marquand Ave., Conesville, OH 43811 P. O. Box 383, Plainfield, OH 43836
Vicki Harvey
Conesville, OH 43811 WARSAW- Mayor- Clerk Council
Shirley Dile Ron Davis, Mayor
405 Franklin Ave., Conesville, OH 43811 302 Cherry St., Warsaw, OH 43844
Paula Fry
702 Marquand Ave., Conesville, OH 43811 Cheri Jones, Fiscal Officer
26591 CR 22, Warsaw, OH 43844
NELLIE- Mayor- Clerk- Council Council Members:
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117 Main St. - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844 419 Beaver St., Warsaw, OH 43844
Patricia Wherley, Clerk Brenda Davis
117 Main St. - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844 201 W. 4th St., Warsaw, OH 43844
D. Edwin Kent
Council Members: 201 Beaver St., Warsaw, OH 43844
C. Russell Roof Jesse Fischer
37161 CR 41 - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844 218 Beaver St., Warsaw, OH 43844
Richard Lumbatis Kristina Ringwalt
120 Main St. - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844 143 Spring Mt. Rd., Warsaw, OH 43844
Denise Emig
417 4th St., - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844
Colleen Ringwalt
113 Main St. - Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844
Mark Ott
210 2nd St. Nellie, Warsaw, OH 43844

PLAINFIELD- Mayor- Clerk- Council


Raymond A. Bailey, Mayor
P.O. Box 466, Plainfield, OH 43836
Bruce Fouch, Fiscal Officer
212 Main St., West Lafayette, OH 43845
Council Members:
Donna Addy
113 E. Cross St., Plainfield, OH 43836
William V. Addy
P. O. Box 385, Plainfield, OH 43836
Linda Scott
P. O. Box 523, Plainfield, OH 43836
Steven R. Bailey
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113 W. Church St., Plainfield, OH 43846


Elizabeth Magness
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Dan Secrest 113 E. 7th St., West Lafayette, OH 43845


202 E. 4th St., Warsaw, OH 43844 Ronald L. Lusk
311 E. Main St., W. Laf., OH 43845
WEST LAFAYETTE-Mayor- Clerk Council Kelly Gossett
305 E. Russell Ave., W. Laf., OH 43845
Jack L. Patterson, Mayor
Dean Wears
405 E. Union Ave., West Lafayette, OH 43845
212 E. 4th St., West Lafayette, OH 43845
Lisa Williams, Fiscal Officer Christie Maurer
17768 CR 7, Coshocton, OH 43812 301 E. 4th St., W. Laf., OH 43845
Council Members: David J. Rogers
416 King St., W. Laf., OH 43845
Roger Warne

COSHOCTON COUNTY EVENTS


LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS! 2011
This class is part of a four-part instructional series
Coshocton County Events for children in grades K through 8th grade, which
involves two classes per month, January through
Here’s a sampling of festivals and events April.
planned for 2011. For more information, go
to: www.visitcoshocton.com. This first class will teach students how to incorpo-
rate music and video into a mulitmedia presentation
in which each student will have the opportunity to
JANUARY participate.
Cost: $ 60 / class. For more information, contact
January 9 and 16: Karaoke Comes Alive - Pomerene Pomerene Center for the Arts.
Cener for the Arts’s Children’s Instructional Series
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. January 24 - March 28: A Playground of Color -
Pomerene Center for the Arts Johnson Humrickhouse Museum Exhibit
317 Mulberry Street Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 300 N. Whiteoman Street

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âwww.jhmuseum.org Coshocton, Ohio 43812
This exhibit features artwork by elementary school 
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students across the county. For more information. This class is part of a four-part instructional series
contact the museum. for children in grades K through 8th grade, which
Admission: $3 - Adults; $2 - Children; $8 - Family. involves two classes per month, January through
Wednesdays - Admission free for Coshocton County April.
residents. This second class will allow students to use a cam-
era to see themselves in a mirror and evaluate their
FEBRUARY reflection in terms of depth and perspective. Each
student will create a self-portrait from the images
February 4: February Rent Party taken and evaluated.
7:30 p.m. Cost: $ 60 / class. For more information, contact
Pomerene Center for the Arts Pomerene Center for the Arts.
317 Mulberry Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 February 12: Valentine Sweetheart Dance

âwww.pomerenearts.org 8:00 - 11:00 p.m.
Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood Lake Park Pavillion
get-togethers in Harlem, New York, these parties are 23253 State Route 83
BOJOUJNBUFDPNNVOJUZDFMFCSBUJPOPªFSJOHBWBSJFUZ Coshocton, OH 43812
of entertainment venues. Pomerene’s Rent parties 
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are held on the first Friday evenings of each month, Sponsored by Friends of the Parks, this annual
October through April. February’s musical guest: EBODFXJMMPªFSHVFTUTBDIBODFUPEBODFDIFFLUP
Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug- cheek with their own special sweetheart.
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Call ahead for ticket prices
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or and performance information.
email Kschott@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table.
February 12: Chocolate Extravaganza
February 6 and 20: Mirror Mirror - Pomerene Cener 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Member preview @ 2:30 p.m.)
for the Arts’s Children’s Instructional Series Emmanuel Lutheran Church
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive
Pomerene Center for the Arts Coshocton, OH 43812
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âwww.pomerenearts.org Join the Career center in welcoming community
This annual event, sponsored by Pomerene Center members into its facility for their 13th annual Open
for the Arts, features chocolate creations by lo- House. Learn about career-technical training pro-
cal culinary artisans. At this year’s 18th annual grams and see business vendors and service agencies
extravaganza, ticketed guests are invited to sample from throughout the region discussing and demon-
three creations from the many tables of delectable strating their products and services.
chocolate treats, including cakes, tortes, cheescakes, "DPNQMJNFOUBSZTQBHIFUUJTVQQFSXJMMCFPªFSFE
candies and other small desserts. Also included will with ice cream for dessert. Contests, games and
be a raffle, featuring a number of spectacular choco- demonstrations scheduled throughout the evening
late creations. along with door prize drawings running continu-
Guests will also enjoy musical performances ously.
throughout the evening. Call ahead for reservations Admission is free and there is no charge for area
and ticket prices. businesses and agencies to set up a display. Call the
Career Center to reserve display space for this year’s
February 17: Coshocton County Career event.
Center Open House
4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Feb. 20: Let There Be Peace - All-Ohio
Coshocton County Career Center Youth Choir Concert
23640 Airport Road 3:00 p.m.
Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton High School (McKinley Auditorium)

âwww.coshoctoncareers.org 1205 Cambridge Road
Coshocton, OH 43812

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March 2: Chamber of Commerce Annual Spring
Auction
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1205 Cambridge Road
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coverage can be seen on local cable channel 2 (Time on the night of the performance or purchased elec-
Warner). Those wishing to participate can visit tronically in advance of the performance at www.
the chamber’s website (see above) to see a listing footlightplayers.com. Season tickets are $30 each
of items in advance of the auction and to link to an and can be used individually for the each the Play-
online bidding utility the day of the auction. ers’ four performances or in combination for one or
more performance
March 4: March Rent Party
Pomerene Arts Center March 12-13 Coshocton County Home Show - a
317 Mulberry Street Coshocton Habitat for Humanity event
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

âwww.pomerenearts.org Coshocton County Career Center
1035 Walnut Street
Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood
Coshocton, OH 43812
get-togethers in Harlem, New Your, these parties are 
âwww.habitatcoshocton.org
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of entertainment venues. Pomerene’s Rent parties This county-wide event will take place at the Co-
are held on the first Friday evenings of each month, shocton County Career Center, located across from
October through April. the Super Wal-Mart in Coshocton (23640 Airport
Rd.). Vendors will be showcasing their home and
Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug- garden-oriented products and services. Proceeds
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray from vendor registration will benefit Habitat for
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or Humanity.
email acornell@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table.

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IRS - A Footlight Players theater production
8:00 p.m.
Triple Locks Theater
North Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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Theater goers will enjoy this wild comedy by Wil-
liam VanZandt and Jane Milmore. It includes hilari-
ous and well-timed twists, gags and mistaken identi-
ties in a story about two out-of-work musicians in
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Admission is free. Food/concessions available. For April 16: Lake Park Community Cleanup Day
more information or to reserve a display space, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
contact Jane Sikes at (740) 622-7907 or msljs01@ Lake Park Pavillion
roadrunner.com. 23253 State Route 83
Coshocton, OH 43812
March 13 and 20: Skeletons - Pomerene Cener for

âwww.coshoctonlakepark.com
the Arts’s Children’s Instructional Series
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Help spuce up Lake Park for the summer season.
Pomerene Center for the Arts Volutneers will rake, mulch, prune and pick up litter
317 Mulberry Street throughout the park. Lunch will be provided for all
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 volunteers at noon.

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This class is part of a four-part instructional series April 16 - May 11: Teenage Talent - Johnson Hum-
for children in grades K through 8th grade, which rickhouse Museum Exhibit
involves two classes per month, January through Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
April. 300 N. Whiteoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
This third class in this series will include a trip to

âwww.jhmuseum.org
the Museum of Natural History in Cleveland, during
This exhibit features artwork by area high school
which students will examine and draw skeletons of
youth. For more information. contact the museum.
humans and animals in the scientific kingdom. .
Admission: $3 - Adults; $$2 - Children; $8 - Fam-
Cost: $ 60 / class. For more information, contact
ily. Wednesdays - Admission free for Coshocton
Pomerene Center for the Arts.
County residents.

APRIL April 16 and 17: Beautiful Beagles - Pomerene Cener


for the Arts’s Children’s Instructional Series
April 1: April Rent Party 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m. Pomerene Center for the Arts
Pomerene Center for the Arts 317 Mulberry Street
317 Mulberry Street Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 
âwww.pomerenearts.org

âwww.pomerenearts.org This class is part of a four-part instructional series
Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood for children in grades K through 8th grade, which
get-togethers in Harlem, New Your, these parties are involves two classes per month, January through
an inti- April.
NBUFDPNNVOJUZDFMFCSBUJPOPªFSJOHBWBSJFUZPG This is the final class in the series. Students will
entertainment venues. Pomerene’s Rent parties are visit the Youth AKC Beagle competition underway
held on the first Friday evenings of each month, that weekend. The study will focus on drawing
October through April. animals and the concepts involved. Each student
Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug- will complete a portrait of a beagle or other family
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray pet using pastels.
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or Cost: $ 60 / class. For more information, contact
email acornell@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table. Pomerene Center for the Arts.
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Choir Spring Concert


April 22: Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner 3:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.. Coshocton High School (McKinley Auditorium)
Lake Park Pavillion 1205 Cambridge Road
23253 Statre Route 83 Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-3960

âwww.coshoctonchamber.com Over 200 singers and musicians from central Ohio
The Chamber of Commerce sponsors this very participate in this annual Spring concert, part of the
special annual dinner for its members. The event is choir’s 40th season. Singers include the 100-adult
designed to recognize achievements and contribu- voice Coshocton Community Choir, the 70-voice
tions made by the Coshocton business community Coshocton Children’s Choir, made up of 4th through
and to recognize the Coshoctonian of the Year award 8th graders, and the 60-voice teen choir, the Co-
recipient. For more informatoin, contact the cham- shocton Youth Chorale. The performance will in-
ber at 622-5411. clude a selection of sacred and secular music fitting
this year’s theme.
April 29 - May 7: Pomerene’s Dogwood Festival
All three choirs were founded and are conducted
Pomerene Center for the Arts
by Charles R. Snyder, highly-respected throughout
317 Mulberry Street
the state of Ohio. He is also the conductor of the
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
200+-voice All Ohio Youth Choir, which performs at

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each year’s state fair.
This community celebration of the arts hosts nu-
merous activities thorughout its 9-day run in many One performance only. Tickets: $10 - adult, $5 -
diverse locations across Coshocton. This year’s
celebration focuses on Coshocton’s Bicentennial and
will incorporate art and history reminiscent of our
community’s 200-year history.
The closing reception of this year’s festival will once
again feature a five-course gourmet dinner with a
theater production/live entertainment.
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student (through high school). Tickets can be pur- Triple Locks Theater
chased at the door or by calling Lee Bown at (740) North Whitewoman Street
622-3960. Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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May 6: First Friday Celebration Based upon George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. story, this delightful musical with book and lyrics by
Main Street and Courthouse Square Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. The
Downtown Coshocton story concerns Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower

âwww.coshoctonchamber.com girl who takes speech lessons from professor Henry
This free community celebration uses historic Main Higgins, a phoneticist, so she can pass as a proper
Street as the backdrop for musical entertainment, lady.
kids’ activities, an art show and sale, wonderful
food, sidewalk sales and so much more. These This beloved musical comedy made its Broadway
diverse activities are planned to appeal to families premier in 1956, setting what was then the record
and individuals of all ages. First Friday celebrations for the longest run of any major musical theater
are scheduled for the first Friday of each month, QSPEVDUJPOJOIJTUPSZ%JSFDUFECZ3PCJO$PªNBO
running May through September. This production is part of Footlight Player’s 62nd
season in Coshocton.
May 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21: My Fair Lady - A Footlight Tickets: $10 and can be purchased at the box office
Players theater production on the night of the performance or purchased elec-
8:00 p.m. tronically in advance of the performance at www.
footlightplayers.com. Season tickets are $30 each
and can be used individually for the each the Playes’
four performances or in combination for one or
more performances.
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May 21 - August 7: Pushing The Surface: Johnson


Humrickhouse Exhibit
Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
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Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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Enjoy this contemporary art quilt exhibit featuring
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25 works by distringuished artists from across the Club. Stroll through the streets of Roscoe Village
U.S. and even beyond. to tunes of the 50’s and 60’s, as you admire your
favorite car and talk to its proud owner.
JUNE Free admission and parking.

June 3: First Friday Celebration June. 17-20: Coshocton Dulcimer Days Music Festi-
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. val
Main Street and Courthouse Square Courthouse Square
Downtown Coshocton Downtown Coshocton

âwww.coshoctonchamber.com 
âwww.dulcimerdays.com
This free community celebration uses historic Main Whether hammered or plucked, you’ll enjoy tradi-
Street as the backdrop for musical entertainment, tional mountain dulcimer music at this year’s festi-
children’s activities, an art show and sale, wonder- val, returning once again to Coshocton. Local and
ful food, sidewalk sales and so much more. These regional performers will entertain visitors through-
diverse activities are planned to appeal to families out the event and craft and concession vendors
and individuals of all ages. First Friday celebration will be on-hand to round out your experience. On
are scheduled for the first Friday of each month, Saturday, the 18th, watch as The Mid-East Regional
May through September. Hammered and Mountain Dulcimer Championship
takes place as part of this year’s festival.
Admission is free.
Free admission and parking.
June. 10-12: 30th Annual Hot Air Balloon Festival
Coshocton County Fairgrounds
Kenilworth and 7th Street
Coshocton, OH

âwww.visitcoshocton.com
Sponsored by Frontier Power, this year’s festival
will feature musical entertainment, carnival rides,
festive foods and local artisans selling their crafts
- just to name some of the events lined up for this
annual attraction. Dœ²‹Ĵ Çײģƞģœņƞ œņ Ĵœ²‹Ĵ ľœƖƶď‹ď×ƞ
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12:00 noon
Coshocton County Fairgrounds
Kennilworth and 7th Streets, Coshocton
JULY
(740) 622-1806
Enjoy live entertainment and lots of food and fun for
July 1: First Friday Celebration the whole family this July 4th at this Towne Centre-
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. sponsored community celebration. The event features
Main Street and Courthouse Square a fantastic fireworks display at dusk, food and activi-
Downtown Coshocton ties and grandstand entertainment. Also featured will

âXXXDPTIPDUPODIBNCFSDPN be the Annual Coshocton Crooner Competition.
This free community celebration uses historic Main Admission is free.
Street as the backdrop for musical entertainment,
kids’ activities, an art show and sale, wonderful July 6 - 16: Alice in Wonderland - A Footlight Play-
food, sidewalk sales and so much more. These di- ers children’s theater production
verse activities are planned to appeal to families and 8:00 p.m.
individuals of all ages. First Friday celebration are Triple Locks Theater
scheduled for the first Friday of each month, May North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812
through September. 
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âwww.footlightplayers.com
Admission is free. The beloved Lewis Carroll story comes to life with
this year’s children’s theater performance. Enjoy the
July 4: 4th of July Celebration crazy antics of Alice as she makes her way through
‘Wonderland,’ encountering the likes of the Mad
Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts.
Directed by Shelly Lillibridge.
Limited number of performances. Call for ticket
information and final show schedule.
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âwww.coshoctonchamber.com The county fair is always an exciting time in Co-
This free community celebration uses historic Main shocton County and this year - the 160th year of our
Street as the backdrop for musical entertainment, fair - is no exception. With free nightly entertain-
kids’ activities, an art show and sale, wonderful ment in the Grandstands, you can’t beat the value.
food, sidewalk sales and so much more. These di- You can also visit the numerous exhibits and dis-
verse activities are planned to appeal to families and plays produced by our talented youth programs and
individuals of all ages. First Friday celebration are adult organizations and businesses. Don’t forget
scheduled for the first Friday of each month, May that fabulous fair food, too!
through September. For a schedule of events, call the fair office at (740)
Admission is free. 622-2385 or visit www.coshoctoncountyfair.org.

August 13 - October 9: The American Civil War: A


150th anniversary exhibit of military memorabilia -
SEPTEMBER
Johnson Humrickhouse Exhibit
Johnson Humrickhouse Museum September 2: First Friday Celebration
300 N. Whiteoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

âwww.jhmuseum.org Main Street and Courthouse Square
This exhibit showcases military equipment, clothing Downtown Coshocton
and weapons used during the Ameican Civil War. The 
âwww.coshoctonchamber.com
artifacts are on loan from local collectors.
This free community celebration uses historic Main
August 18-21: Coshocton Canal Days Festival Street as the backdrop for musical entertainment,
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. kids’ activities, an art show and sale, wonderful
Main Street and Courthouse Square food, sidewalk sales and so much more. These di-
Downtown Coshocton verse activities are planned to appeal to families and
(740) 622-1806 individuals of all ages. First Friday celebration are
scheduled for the first Friday of each month, May
Celebrate our town’s rich heritage at this year’s Ca- through September.
nal Days festival. Enjoy craftspeople, live entertain-
ment and vendors throughout the weekend. Activi- Admission is free
ties inlcude: Mini and Junior King/Queen contest,
Queen and Princess contest, Fabulous 50’s car show, OCTOBER
DJ entertainment, food and craft vendors and the
Canal Days grand parade and a live concert. The October 7: October Rent Party
festival will culminate with the Mayor’s Promenade 7:30 p.m.
on Sunday. Pomerene Center for the Arts
For more information, contact Coshocton Towne 317 Mulberry Street, Coshocton, OH 43812
Centre at (740) 622-1806. Admission is free. 
âwww.pomerenearts.org
Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood
September 30 - October 6: Coshocton County Fair get-togethers in Harlem, New Your, these parties are
Coshocton County Fairgrounds BOJOUJNBUFDPNNVOJUZDFMFCSBUJPOPªFSJOHBWBSJFUZ
Kenilworth and 7th Streets of entertainment venues. Pomerene’s Rent parties
Coshocton, OH 43812 are held on the first Friday evenings of each month,

âwww.coshoctoncountyfair.org
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October through April. show their work.


Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug-
October 15: Harvest Dance
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray
8:00 - 11:00 p.m.
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or
Lake Park Pavillion
email acornell@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table.
23253 State Route 83, Coshocton, OH 43812
October 14-16: Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival 
âwww.coshoctonlakepark.com
Historic Roscoe Village Sponsored by Friends of the Parks, this semi-formal
Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH 43812 EBODFXJMMPªFSHVFTUTBDIBODFUPEBODFUPUIF

âwww.roscoevillage.com lively tunes of the Lake Park Big Band.
With over 100 crafters, this invitational craft festival Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Call ahead for ticket prices
celebrates the sights, sounds and scents of autumn. and performance information.
Smell the fresh apple butter simmering over an open
fire as you stroll through the street to the tunes of October 15-16: Fall Foliage and Farm Tour
bluegrass and old-time music. Watch cooking dem- Various Locations Throughout the county
onstrations on the Living History Tour, participate in 
âwww.coshocton.osu,edu/ag/
a craft auction, a hog-calling contest or sign up for fall_foliage
a quilt raffle. Events throughout the weekend will Visitors always enjoy this drive-it-yourself tour of
include living history tours, canal boat rides, musi- southwestern Coshocton County highlighting local
cal entertainment and children’s activities. agribusiness and fall color.
Admission: $3 - Adult; Children under 12 are free. This year’s tour is being jointly sponsored by the
Free parking. OSU Extension Office, along with Farm Service
Agency and Coshocton County Soil and Water Con-
October 15 - December 31: Inspired By Coshocton - servation District.
Johnson Humrickhouse Exhibit Maps are available at Finton Equipment at 48000
Johnson Humrickhouse Museum U.S. Hwy. 36 in Coshocton, where this year’s tour
300 N. Whiteoman Street will begin.
Coshocton, Ohio 43812

âwww.jhmuseum.org October 23 - January 2: Coshocton Collects: Johnson
In commemoration of Coshocton’s bicentennial, this ex- Humrickhouse Exhibit
hibit celebrates Coshocton’s strong artistic heritage. Art- Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
ists who live or have lived in Coshocton will be invited to 300 N. Whiteoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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âwww.jhmuseum.org November 25: Holiday Bazaar at Lake Park
This is JHM’s inaugural Coshocton Bicentennial ex- 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
hibit. Enjoy collections - antiques and memorabilia Lake Park Pavillion
- belonging to local residents that reflect our region’s 23253 State Route 83, Coshocton, OH 43812
rich history. 
âwww.coshoctonlakepark.com
Visit the Lake Park Pavilion for the largest holiday
NOVEMBER bazaar in the county. Over 60 tables of handmade
crafts, holiday decor, baked goods and other unique
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November 4: November Rent Party A food stand will also be available with soups, sand-
7:30 p.m. wiches and baked goods.
Pomerene Center for the Arts
317 Mulberry Street, Coshocton, OH 43812

âwww.pomerenearts.org DECEMBER
Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood
get-togethers in Harlem, New Your, these parties are
December 2: December Rent Party
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Pomerene Center for the Arts
are held on the first Friday evenings of each month,
317 Mulberry Street, Coshocton, OH 43812
October through April.

âwww.pomerenearts.org
Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug-
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or
email acornell@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table.

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Reminiscent of the depression-era neighborhood ers. Musical selections span the centuries with clas-
get-togethers in Harlem, New Your, these parties are sics from each era being performed. This concert
BOJOUJNBUFDPNNVOJUZDFMFCSBUJPOPªFSJOHBWBSJFUZ features the 100-voice adult choir, the 70-voice
of entertainment venues. Pomerene’s Rent parties children’s choir and the 60-voice teen choir , all
are held on the first Friday evenings of each month, performing a mix of sacred and secular Chrismas
October through April. music. All three choirs were founded and are con-
ducted by Charles R. Snyder, who is highly-respect-
Bring your own beverages; snacks provided. Sug-
ed throughout the state. He is also the conductor of
gested donation: $5/person; proceeds help defray
the 200-voice All-Ohio Youth Choir.
Pomerene’s monthly gas bill. Space limited; call or
email acornell@pomerenearts.org to reserve a table Tickets: $10 - adult, $5 - children. Tickets are
available at the door or by calling Lee Bown at
December 4: Coshocton Community Choir Christ- (740) 622-3960. For more infomation call (740)
mas Concert 622-3960.
3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Coshocton High School (McKinley Auditorium) December 3, 10, 17: Christmas Candle Lightings at
1205 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, OH 43812 Roscoe Village
(740) 622-3960 Historic Roscoe Village
Over 200 singers and musicians from central Ohio Whitewoman Street
participate in this annual Christmas concert. The Coshocton, OH 43812
choir, now in its 39th season, has commissioned a 
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number of arrangements from well-known compos- This event takes place the first three Saturday eve-
nings in December, Roscoe Village welcomes the
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COSHOCTON COUNTY CHURCHES


A DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES 2011
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 703 Marquand Avenue
Churches (740) 622-2208 Conesville, Ohio 43811 Coshocton Baptist
(740) 829-2223 Church
Bakersville
Chili Crossroads Bible 1631 Denman Ave.
Presbyterian
28164 CR 97 29463 Coshocton CR Conesville-New Mos- Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Newcomerstown, Ohio 236 coe United Methodist (740) 622-9803
43832 Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Church
(330) 897-2420 (740) 545-9707 196 State Street Cosh. Christian Taber-
Conesville, Ohio 43811 nacle
Burt Avenue Wesleyan Christian Apostolic (740) 829- 2219 23891 Airport Road
230 Burt Avenue Church Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 78 Pine Street, Cooperdale Church of (740) 622-4133
(740)622-0435 Coshocton, Ohio 43812 the Nazarene
(740) 622-9844 17852 State Route 60 Dutch Run Trinity
Calvary Baptist Church Dresden, Ohio 43821 C.R 20
46621 US 36 Church of Christ (740) 327-2304 Warsaw, Ohio 43844
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 1800 Chestnut Street, (740) 824-4598
(740)623-0211 Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton Church of
43812 the Nazarene Emmanuel Lutheran
Canal Lewisville Unit- (740) 622-5461 1058 Orange Street Church
ed Methodist Church Coshocton, Ohio 43812 1500 Pleasant Valley
198 E. Church Street Church of Christ (740) 622-1912 Drive
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Parkview Coshocton, Ohio 43812
(740) 622-3977 21664 SR 751 Coshocton Alliance (740) 622-2550
West Lafayette, Ohio Church
Central Christian 43845 730 West Chestnut First Baptist Church
Church (740) 545-9633 Street 618 Chestnut Street
731 Main Street Coshocton, Ohio 43812 P.O. Box 384
Conesville Wesleyan (740) 622-1078 Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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(740) 622-0300 First Presbyterian


ist Church
Church 422 Walnut Street Nellie Chapel United
First Baptist Church of 306 East Forth Street,
Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Methodist Church
West Lafayette Warsaw, Ohio 43844
(740) 622-1302 320 Third Street
688 E Main Street Warsaw, Ohio 43844
West Lafayette, Ohio Fresno Bible Church House of Jacob-Su- (740) 824-3346
43845 24629 SR 93, preme Council
(740) 545-9214 Fresno, Ohio 43824 25645 TR 36, P.O. Box New Beginnings
310 Church
(740) 545-7382
First Church of Christ Coshocton, Ohio 43812 of God
1680 Otsego Ave. (740) 824-3737 305 E. Church Street
West Lafayette, Ohio First Assembly of God
Warsaw, Ohio 43844
43845 803 Vine Street
Isleta United Methodist (740) 824-4878
(740) 622-1410 Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Church
(740) 622-7525
58608 Coshocton CR 9 New Life Ministries
Fresno United Method- Newcomerstown, Ohio and Food Pantry
ist Church Gospel Hill Ministry
43832 727 S. 7th Street
54233 White Eyes TR 7610 Bethlehem TR 45
(740) 498-5425 P.O. Box 423
172, Warsaw, Ohio 43844
Coshocton, Ohio
Fresno, Ohio 43824 (740) 824-3300
Jehovah’s Witnesses 43812
(740) 545-6422 43926 US 36 (740) 622-2181
Grace United Method-
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
(740)824-3679 Park United Methodist
Church
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COSHOCTON COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICES


A DIRECTORY OF SOCIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC
2009
2011
Community 604 Walnut Street Coshocton, OH 43812 families.
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-0033
Services and (740) 622-8504 Provides counseling, educa-
Disability / Special
Resoures tion and support programs
for substance abuse issues. Needs Services
A directory of local Pregnancy Distress BCMH (Bureau for Chil-
agencies supporting First Step Family
Center dren with Medical Handi-
Coshocton County resi- Violence Intervention
128 Burt Avenue caps)
dents. Services
Coshocton, OH 43812 637 Chestnut Street
Director: Vicki Laudick
United Way agencies (740) 622-3808 Coshocton, OH 43812
Provides maternity and 604 Walnut Street
indicated. Coshocton, OH 43812 County Residents:
infant/toddler clothing up to
size 3T. Tuesday evenings (740) 622-8504 Contact: Gia Markley
(740) 295-7303
Agricultural only, 7-9 p.m.
City Residents:
Services Provides counseling and Contact: Jamie Davis

SERVICES
Salvation Army educational services for vic-
Contact: Capts. John and (740) 622-1736, ext.
tims of domestic violence.
OSU Extension Office Tricia Cornelius 110
Contact: Serves children from birth
219 N. 4th Street Six County Counseling to age 21 who have special
724 S. 7th Street Coshocton, OH 43812 Center of Coshocton health care needs. Provides
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-0971 710 Main Street diagnostic and treatment
www.coshocton.osu.edu programs and coordinates
Coshocton, OH 43812
30) 897-3232 (740) 622-2265 other services available in an
Helps educate and support This Christian organiza- (740) 622-3404 FªPSUUPHJWFDPNQSFIFOTJWF
tion provides help for our Private, not-for-profit corpo-
county residents with issues care which is community-
communities less fortunate ration providing comprehen-
involving agriculture and based and family-centered.
through a variety of ways, sive and responsive mental
consumer science. Pro-
including food, clothing, health education, prevention
vides services and referrels Coshocton County Board
furniture and help in times and treatment programs in
designed to promote better
utilzation of our natural and of community disaster emergency, in-patient and of MRDD
or emergency. They also out-patient settings for fami- Contact: Ned Davis
people resources through
lies, individuals and groups.
4-H and other community provide help in international 637 Chestnut Street
EFWFMPQNFOUFªPSUT  disasters/emergencies. Coshocton, OH 43812
Tompkins Child and (740) 622-3563
Counseling - Adolescent Services Serves persons with mental
Clothes Closets / Contact: Chris Gallagher retardation and develop-
Clothing Distribution Behavioral /
610 Walnut Street mental disabilities and their
Emotional Coshocton, OH 43812 familes through Hopewell
First Step Family services, family resource
Coshocton Behavioral (740) 622-4270 programs.
Violence Intervention Specializes in anger man-
Health Choices agement, therapy groups,
Services
140 1/2 6th Street counseling and support for Coshocton County
Director: Vicki Laudick
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Handicapped Society Warsaw, OH 43844 Coshocton, OH 43812 students with elementary


Contact: Leland Cooper (740) 327-2311 (740) 622-2924 students. There are currently
Offers residental living ac- Serves parents and families several sites around the
1005 Main Street county where elementary
Coshocton, OH 43812 comodations ranging from of children with special
intermediate care nursing to needs. Facilitates col- students can participate.
cooppolly127@yahoo. independant living options laboration among agen- Contact MVESC for more
com for the physically and devel- cies, schools, parents and information.
(740) 623-8001 opmentally disabled. commuity. Administered in
conjunction with Coshocton Coshocton C.A.R.E.S.
Higher Hopes Therapeu- County MRDD. (College Access Program)
Helps ndividuals with cer- tic Riding Center (740) 502-6246
tain handicaps realize3 and RHDD (Residential Assists county high school
maximize their full poten- Contact: Tom Roahrig
Homes for the Develop- students in reaching their
tial. Provideds resources to 23839 C.R. 17
mentally Disabled) post-secondary education
help handicapped residents Coshocton, OH 43812 goals by providing help with
enhance their quality of life (740) 622-9778
(740) 824-4183 Provides residential homes testing, financial aid, college
within their home and com- Offers horseback-riding visits/fair, etc.
munity. Medical equipment, and services for the develop-
programs for handicapped mentally disabled, including
ramps and other items may individuals.
be available for qualified emergency and respite care, Coshocton County Head
individuals. community information and Start
Parent Mentor Program education.
Contact: Steve Troendly
(for Coshocton City/County
Echoing Hills Village, 3201 C.R. 16
SERVICES

Schools)
Inc. 23640 Airport Road Educational Services Coshocton, OH 43812
36272 C.R. 79 (740) 622-9537

Coshocton Family Lit- Provides 1/2-day preschool


eracy Program educational experiences for
(740) 291-8275 and all-day state-funded
Provides adult and child- ELI (Early Learning Initia-
hood education as well as tive) programs and daycare
parenting and parent/child through Rainbow Daycare.
activities oriented toward (Rainbow Also provide co-
literacy. ordination and assistance for
other services which may be
available to income-eligible
T. L.C. Tutoring Program families.
Contact: Katrina
Havranek
23640 Airport Rd. Employment Services
(740) 622-2924
Coshocton County Dept.
Coordinated through of Job and Family Ser-
MVESC (Muskingum Valley vices
Educational Service Center), 725 Pine Street
this program supports a free,
after school tutoring pro-
Coshocton, OH 43812
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Provides services to children Provides services/programs STEP (Systematic Train- 1822


and families including to improve/enhance the ing for Effective Parent- Provide food for eligible
investigations of suspeted role of fathers in the family families, including infant
child abuse and/or neglect, unit. Administered through
ing)
formula/supplies. Admin-
information about health County Health Department. 610 Walnut Street istered through Coshocton
and social services, foster Coshocton, OH 43812 County Health Department.
care, adoption, homemaker Mentoring Center of www.bbbs.org
services parent education (740) 622-1020
and services for unwed par- Coshocton County Nellie Open Pantry
Provides counseling and c/o God’s Eternal Love
ents. Provides job training Contact: Sheila Mayse
education and support
and tools for securing and 441 Main Street, Suite services for effective parent- Fellowship
retaining employment, GED 103 ing. Administered through (740) 824-3958
classes and adult literacy Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton County Job & Community food pantry
programs (ABLE program).
www.bbbs.org Family Services.
(740) 623-8110 New Life Ministries
Mancan 727 S. 7th Street
232 Chestnut St. Food Pantry / Food Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 Distribution Services (740) 622-2181
Formerly knows as Big
(740) 623-0511 Brothers, Big Sisters of Co- Community food pantry
Provides job placement shocton. Helps to promote
for temporary and fulltime Coshocton County WIC Salvation Army
adult and peer mentoring
employment. relationships with young (Women, Infants and 219 N. 4th Street
children for families in Children)

SERVICES
Coshocton, OH 43812
Shannon Staffing need. Parenting education (740) 622-2929, ext. (740) 622-0971
636 Chestnut St. and support are also offered
to clients.

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(740) 622-2600
Provides job placement The Nurturing Father
for temporary and fulltime (740) 622-2674 `ä¼ T¼ļă|ĉ¼ĉŒ ZĒùşŒêĒĉ Zêĉ›¼ ĜĎÑÄ
employment. Offers ten-week programs
to assist men in enhanc- .Ï éļź q|Œ¼ļĤļĒĒϼ® tĒşļ |ń¼ă¼ĉŒ
ing their fathering skills.
Family / Parenting Administered through Cosh. .ĉ ĜĎÑÄ© tĒşļ q|ļļ|ĉŒź qĒşù® ZŒêùù ¼ &ĒĒ®Í
Co. Board of MRDD.
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Family P.A.C.T.
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(740) 622-1020 Contact: Chris Gallagher q|ùùń V¼Ĥ|êļ¼®
Provides services/programs 610 Walnut Street
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to improve/enhance family Coshocton, OH 43812
relationships. Administered (740) 622-4270 š %êĉ|ĉ›êĉÖ Ŷ|êù|ù¼
through Cosh. Co. Job & PREP is designed to š Z¼ĉêĒļ êń›ĒşĉŒ
Family Services emprove relationships and
strengthen families. Ad-
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Community food pantry Coshocton City Health 131 S. 6th Street Coshocton, OH 43812
Dept. Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-9801
760 Chestnut Street hopecliniccoshocton.org Provides rental assistance,
Health Services / utility assistance and shelter
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-6223
Resources for those made homeless due
(740) 622-1736 Hope Clinic of Coshocton to an emergency or unfors-
Coshocton County Ar- is a faith-based free medical een situation. Administered
thritis Foundation Coshocton County Health clinic that provides services through Kno-Ho-Co-
Department to the Coshocton County Ashland Community Action
Contact: Susan Calhoun residents who do not have Commission.
P. O. Box 784 724 S. 7th Street access to any form of medi-
Newark, OH 43058 Coshocton, OH 43812 cal insurance.
(740) 622-1426 Habitat For Humanity of
arthritishelp@hotmail. The licensed medical staff Coshocton County
Services include: WIC, Ma-
com ternal & Child Health Clinic, will provide basic, sound, 1035 Walnut Street
(740) 349-3876 Vision, Hearing and Speech quality medical care. In
addition the clinic’s all- Coshocton, OH 43812
Clinics, BCMH (Bureau for (740) 623-2764
Children with Handicaps), volunteer staff seek to serve
and share the love of Jesus, All-volunteer organization
Helps educate and locate immunization clinics and providing housing for low-
various other health clinics helping to address patient’s
resources in support of income families by con-
and community education spiritual, emotional, mental
individuals coping with ar- structing new homes within
programs. Also maintains and social needs, as well as
thritis and other age-related
birth and death records. their physical/medical needs. the county.
ailments, including gout,
SERVICES

fibromyalgia, etc. Hours: Thursday evenings;


6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Hope Clinic Miscellaneous
The clinic is currently oper-
Services / Resources

`t<HV
ating out of the Coshocton
County Career Center at
23640 Airport Road, Co-
American Red Cross
shocton, but will be moving
.CZeVC ‡ %.CC.< its operations to the main 245 N. 4th Street
address on 6th Street, spring Coshocton, OH 43812
of 2011. www.coshoctonredcross.
org
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(740) 622-0228
Housing Assistance Provides relief and safety to
disaster victims and helps
Coshocton Metropolitan residents prevent and prepare
Housing Authority for all emergencies. Also
823 Magnolia Street provide blood to victims of
emergencies.
Coshocton, OH 43812
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źĒşļ ÷¼ź ›ä|êĉķ Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland
Assists low-income families
&ļ¼|Œ BşùŒêéTĒùê›ź ‡ &ĒĒ® ZŒş®¼ĉŒ êń›ĒşĉŒńÍ and the elderly with rental Community Action Com-
housing and Section 8 hous- mission
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ŌÔƃéōŝŗéŝŝƃŌ Coshocton, OH 43812
Emergency Shelter and www.knohoco.org
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service organization provid- ing those listed in this sec- the child’s development and care)
ing essential services in tion, as well as Boy Scouts, family’s self-sufficiency. www.coshoctonhealth.
Know, Holmes, Coshocton Girl Scouts and county-wide Now part of Hopewell
and Ashland Counties for youth recreation organiza- School/Cosh. Co. MRDD.
org
over 40 years. Services tions. (740) 295-7311
include emergency shelter, Provides health services and
Hope Clinic education to pregnant and
rental and utility assistance,
prescription drug assis- Pregnancy / Infant / 23640 Airport Road new parents. Administered
tance, Head Start programs, Coshocton, OH 43812 through Cosh. Co. Health
Child Resources Department.
women’s health services
and senior citizen services/ Free, faith-based walk-in
programs. Coshocton Pregnancy health clinic, housed at Maternal and Child
Coshocton County Career Health Center (Covering
Distress Center Center. Available to resi-
Maria Hay Forbes Center 128 Burt Avenue children ages birth through
dents who have no insurance
623 Main Street 12 yrs.)
(740) 622-3808 coverage or find themselves
Coshocton, OH 43812 Offers free pregnancy tests, temporarily without cover- www.coshoctonhealth.
(740) 622-3542 helps with problem preg- age. Basic health services, org
Serves women, children nancies, provides layettes, including low-cost prescrip- (740) 622-2999
and other Coshocton com- cribs and other needs on an tions available through Wal-
munity members. Provides individual basis. Mart. Thursday evenings,
preschool program, infant to 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Provides education and
school age childcare center, Coshocton Right To Life health services and to
babysitting clinic, fitness Maternal Health Clinic infants and children who

SERVICES
area and women’s health 128 Burt Avenue
reside in Coshocton County,
activities. Sponsors of Ohio (740) 545-6002 (Pre-natal to Post-partum
Junior Miss scholarship Provides books, pamphlets,
program and Black History videos and other informa-
tion to individuals, schools
month essay contest.
and libraries. Tù|êĉÏê¼ù®
eĉꌼ® B¼ŒäĒ®êńŒ äşļ›ä
United Way of Coshoc- ĜƃĜ äşļ›ä ZŒļ¼¼Œ š Tù|êĉÏê¼ù®© HäêĒ ÔŗÄŗō
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Services available for fami-
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Coshocton, OH 43812 of age. Provide health and Zşĉ®|ź Z›äĒĒù Ĝƃ¨ƃƃ |ă
(740) 623-4567 developmental screenings, Zşĉ®|ź Z¼ļŶ꛼ń ĜĜ¨ƃƃ |ă
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including well-child physi- Provides numerous services, Provides income-eligible


cals, immunizations, speech- programs and activities for Transportation households with home
hearing-vision screenings, senior citizens in Coshocton Services energy efficiency services
developmental testing, etc. county. and assistance when threat-
Call for hours of operation. ened with disconnection of
Coshocton County Se- Coshocton County Co- utilities providing heat. This
Coshocton County WIC nior Travelers ordinated Transportation services sponsored by Kno-
(Women, Infants and Chil- Contact: Maxine Carna- (CCCT) Ho-Co-Ashland Community
(740) 622-7139 Action Commission.
dren) han/Theresa Elder
Provides transportation
Contact: Natasha Neal 201 Brown’s Lane throughout Coshocton
(740) 622-2929 Coshocton, OH 43812 through scheduled group
Provide breast-feeding sup- Veterans Services
(740) 622-4852 pickup/dropoff for a nominal
port, nutrition education, Offers area seniors one-day fee. Call in advance to coor-
supplemental foods and trips to area attractions and dinate transportation.
referrals for women who events. Coordination is SEE ‘CLUBS AND OR-
are pregnant, have an infant GANIZATIONS’
done through the Coshocton Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland
less than 6 mos. old or are Senior Center.
breast-feeding an infant less Community Action Com-
than 1 yr. old, and children mission
R.S.V. P. (Retired Senior
up to 5 yrs. old within 120 N. 4th Street
Coshocton County and meet Volunteer Program)
Coshocton, OH 43812
income eligibility guidelines Contact: Pat Shryock
www.knohoco.org
and have a nutritional or 201 Brown’s Lane
SERVICES

health risk. Administered (740) 622-9801


Coshocton, OH 43812 Provides transortation for
through Cosh. Co. Health
(740) 622-4852 Coshocton County senior
Department.
residents only. Call for
information.
Senior Services / Provides and coordinates
volunteer opportunities for
Resources seniors ages 55 and older
Utility Assistance
at different worksites in
Coshocton County Se- Coshocton County. Coor-
nior Center dination is done through the H.E.A.P. (Home Energy
201 Brown’s Lane Coshocton Senior Center. Assistance Program)
Coshocton, OH 43812 120 N. 4th Street
(740) 622-4852 (740) 622-9801

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COSHOCTON COUNTY HEALTH & MEDICAL SERVICES


A DIRECTORY OF MEDICAL SERVICES AND SPECIALISTS 2011
Health / Michael Robinson D.C. 448 Main Street tistry
Dresden Chiropractic Coshocton, OH 713 Main Street
Medical 101 David Longaberger 43812 Coshocton, OH
Services Drive (740)622-5774 43812
Suite 102 C, Dresden, FAX (740) 622-1152 (740) 622-4421
OH 43821
Health - (740) 754-1071 Dr. Brent Harris- Dr. John M. Olis D.D.S
Chiropractors Orthodontist 234 Cambridge Road
Adam T. Conley, D.C. 419 S. Whitewoman Coshocton, OH 43812
Gerald N. Arndt, D.C. Advanced Spinal Care Street, Coshocton, OH (740) 622-6797
Bradley N. Arndt, D.C. 43812
& Rehabilitation
Arndt Chiropractic 112 Chestnut Street (740)622-8759 Dr. Todd A. Salmans
409 S. Whitewoman Coshocton, OH 43812 229 South Fourth Street
Street (740) 291-8100 Dr. Marc Lewis, DDS Coshocton, OH 43812
P.O. Box 277, Dr. Thomas Niederhel- (740) 622-5695
Coshocton, OH 43812 man, DDS
Health -
(740) 622-4659 Coshocton Family Den- Dr. Denley J. Schlegel
Fax (740) 622-4476 Dentists

Chad E. Guess, D.C.


Children’s Dental Clinic
406 South Fifteenth
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Five Point Chiropractic Street
Center Coshocton, OH 43812  ›|ăĤêĉÖ ¼ŹĤ¼ļê¼ĉ›¼ ÏĒļ |®şùŒ |ĉ®
1101 Chestnut Street, (740) 622-8421
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John J. Snyder II, B.S. š %|ăêùź &¼Œ|ŷ|źń
Brian G. Dunlap, D.D.S
Ed., D.C. Coshocton Implant & š Zşăă¼ļ |ăĤ
John J. Snyder III, B.S. Family Dentistry ĒĉŒ|›Œ şń ÏĒļ ŶĒùşĉŒ¼¼ļ ĒĤĤĒļŒşĉêŒê¼ńÍ
Ed., D.C. 448 Main Street
Coshocton Chiropractic Coshocton, OH 43812
Health Center (740) 622-5774
649 Walnut Street, FAX (740) 622-1152
Coshocton, OH 43812 ŗōŝŌŝ V ŌĎ š q|ļń|ŷ© H+ ÔŗÄÔÔ
(740) 622-3677 Patrick J. Lapper, D.D.S. ĜĪÄƃƃĪÔĜĎĪōÑĜŗ ¼ŹŒĪ ŗŗÄ
Fax (740) 622-3631
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Family Dentistry
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2 Colonial Square 440 Brown’s Lane Raymond Votypka, M.D.


Coshocton, OH 43812 Riverside Manor Nursing Coshocton, OH 43812 311 South 15th Street,
(740) 622-0844 & Rehabilitation Center (740) 622-0332 Suite 202
(740) 498-5165 FAX (740) 622-0335 Coshocton, OH 43812
Dr. Randy L. Kreuter (740) 295-3328
Three Rivers Dental West Lafayette Reha- Physicians - FAX (740) 295-3348
Arts bilita- Consulting
tion & Nursing Center
Physicians -
304 Chestnut Street Randall Labaki, M.D
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 545- 6355 Coshocton Medical Family Practice
(740) 622-9557 Center (Urgent Care)
Health - Tammy Alverson, M.D.
646 Chestnut Street
Speech & 311 South 15th Street
Dr. Dan E. Wilson Coshocton, OH 43812
Suite 205
202 West Main Street Hearing (740) 622-5990
Coshocton, OH 43812
Warsaw, OH 43844 (888) 622-5919
Cheryl Barker (Audiolo- (740) 622-5060
(740) 824-3000 FAX (740) 622-9588
gist)
311 South 15th Street, Stewart Brown D.O.
Health - Timothy Hirst, M.D.
Suite 108 1325 Chestnut Street
Coshocton Medical
Dentists Coshocton, OH 43812
Center (Urgent Care) Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 623-4143 (740) 622-6421
Advanced Chiropractic 646 Chestnut Street
FAX (740) 623-4253 FAX (740) 622-2096
Of Coshocton Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 291-8100 (740) 622-5990
Amy Crock (Speech (888) 622-5919
Coshocton Hospital
Pathologist) FAX (740) 622-9588
Family Physician Clinic
Autumn Health Care Of
311 South 15th Street, 440 Browns Lane
Coshocton
HEALTH

Suite 108 Subbarayudu Koppera, (740) 622-0332


(740) 622-2074
Coshocton, OH 43812 M.D. (Nephrology) Stuart Brown, D.O
(740) 623-4143 Dialysis Specialist Of (Family Practice)
Buckeye Health & Reha-
FAX (740) 623-4253 Coshocton Robert Gwinn D.O
bilitation
(740) 498-8551 235 Kenwood Drive (Family Practice)
Health - Coshocton, OH 43812 Brenda K. Lozowski, D.O
Social Work (740) 622-6474 (Family Practice and OB)
College Park Health Care
FAX (740) 622-6476 Douglas Virostko, M.D.
(740) 623-4607
Dale V. Wayman, LSW (Family Practice and OB)
1058 Orange St. Nicholas V. Varrati, M.D. David J.Lozowski, D.O.
Coshocton County Me-
Coshocton, OH 43812 (Occupational Medicine) (Family Practice and OB)
morial Hospital
306 West High Avenue
(740) 623-4069 Health - Physician A.H. Magness, M.D.
New Philadelphia, OH
Assistants 44663 (Family Practice)
Coshocton Health & 1415 Orange Street
(330) 339-9211
Rehabilitation Center (740) 622-3668
Fred Corder, Jr. FAX (330) 339-8858
(740) 622-1220 FAX (740) 622-4696
Coshocton Hospital
-Family Physician Physicians -
Interim Healthcare
Clinic
(740) 623-2949 Ear, Nose, Throat
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Physicians - Muhannad Ashraf, M.D. Gynecology LLC


Opthamology/ (Internal Medicine) 656 Chestnut Street Physicians -
West Lafayette Medical Coshocton, OH 43812 Podiatry/Feet
Eyes Clinic (740) 623-2402
Deborah J. Reeder, M.D. 600 East Main Street FAX (740) 623-2405 Damon Litsey, D.P.M
(Ophthalmologist) P.O. Box 57 Coshocton County Foot
Central Ohio Eye Sur- West Lafayette, OH Physicians - and Ankle Center
geons 43845 1100 Fairy Falls Dr.
(740) 545-7900
Pediatrics Coshocton, OH 43812
1501 Chestnut Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 FAX (740) 545-7901 Susan Magness-Carver, (740) 622-0338
(740) 622-9724 M.D. (Pediatrician) FAX (740) 622-2250
FAX (740) 622-6369 David Velasquez 507 South 16th Street
(Internist) Coshocton, OH 43812 John M. Smilo, D.P.M
Thomas B Magness, 125 North 7th Street (740) 622-8299 311 South 15th Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 FAX (740) 622-4436 Coshocton, OH 43812
M.D.
(740) 622-1355 (740) 295-3325
(Ophthalmologist)
FAX (740) 622-1691 Susan Merzweiler, M.D. FAX (740) 295-3327
230 Chestnut Street
(Pediatrician)
Coshocton, OH 43812 Physicians - 406 South 15th Street Donald A. Tupper, D.P.M
(740) 622-8939
Obstetrics/ Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton Foot Health
FAX (740) 622-8980 (740) 295-3331 Center
Gynecology
FAX (740) 295-3332 1529 Walnut Street
Physicians - Paul Prior, M.D. (OB/
GYN)
Internal Medicine
Coshocton Medical
Coshocton Women’s Care
311 South 15th Street
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(740) 622-8461
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Gary J. Carver, M.D. FAX (740) 622-7166
(Internist)
406 South 15th Street Gabriel Yandam, M.D.
Coshocton, OH 43812 (OB/GYN)
LaFemme Obstetrics


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P.O. Box 728 1523 Walnut Street


Coshocton, OH 43812- Suite 1
0728 Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-8400 (740) 295-3368
FAX (740) 622-0636
Arvind M. Shah, M.D.
Physicians - (Surgeon)
Surgery 311 South 15th Street
Suite 101
Thomas Mahany, M.D. Coshocton, OH 43812
311 South 15th Street, (740) 295-3360
Suite 101 FAX (740) 622-0636
Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 295-3360 Licensed Practice
FAX (740) 622-0636 - Anesthesiology
Clayton Gibson, M.D.
311 South 15th Street Thomas J. McKeown,
Suite 206 CRNA
Coshocton, OH 43812 Jerry L. Poland, CRNA
(740) 622-1200 James V. Wiandt, CRNA
FAX (740) 622-1207 Barbara Hill, CRNA
P.O. Box 850
Kathirgamathas Kuruna- Coshocton, OH 43812
thapillai, M.D. (740) 622-6411
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FOOD & FUN IN COSHOCTON COUNTY


A DIRECTORY OF ACCOMMODATIONS, ATTRACTIONS, SOCIAL OGANIZATIONS / CLUBS AND RESTURANTS IN COSHCOTON COUNTY. 2011
Indian Bear Lodge Accomodations - Roscoe Motor Inn
Food and Fun 3483 McCament Road Hotels / Motels 421 S. Whitewoman
Walhonding, OH 43843 Street
A directory of accomo- (740) 668-2100 Coshocton Village Inn & Coshocton, OH 43812
dations, attractions and www.indianbearlodge. Suites (740) 622-8736
restaurants in Coshocton com 115 North Water Street www.roscoemotor.biz
County Coshocton, OH 43812
Mary Jane’s Cottage (740) 622-9455 Super 8 Motel
Accomodations - 112 Church Street www.christopherhotels. 70 South Whitewoman
Bed & Breakfasts, Plainfield, OH 43836 com St.
Hotels/Motels, Etc. (740) 545-7608 Coshocton, OH 43812
www.maryjanescottage. Country Squire Inn & (740) 622-8899
Apple Butter Inn-Roscoe com Suites
275 South Whitewoman
Village Campgrounds
455 Hill Street Medbery Manor B&B St.
Coshocton, OH 43812 518 Hill Street Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-9823 Forest Hills Lake
(740) 622-1329
(740) 295-0169 52176 C.R. 425
www.applebutterinn.net Hillside sites with elec-
www.medberymanor.com Downtown Motel
723 Main Street tric,
Dew Drop Inn
Old Stone House Retreat Coshocton, OH 43812 overlooking lake
22328 State Route 751
Bed & Breakfast (740) 622-6607 (740) 545-9642
West Lafayette, OH
43845 46335 County Road 207

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Coshocton, OH 43812 Hampton Inn Lake Park Campground
(740) 545-7431
(740) 622-6614 200 Morris Crossing 23253 SR 83N
Newcomerstown, OH Coshocton, OH 43812
Exit Inn Cabins
Rainbow Hills B & B 43832 69 sites with
14600 T.R. 390
26349 TR 251 (740) 498-9800 electric,water,
Frazeysburg, OH 43822
(740) 828-2244 Newcomerstown, OH
www.exitinn.com 43832
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showers Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-6776 Pomerene


(740) 622-7528 (740) 824-4622 Featuring collectibles, Center is a community-
www.coshoctonlakepark. Accessories and gifts. oriented and supported
com Walhonding Hills Open 11:00 a.m to 3:30 agency, whose goals are
Campgrounds, Inc. p.m. M-F Saturday & to support and encour-
Lake Lila Campgrounds 32236 TR 364 Sunday by chance or age art in all its forms
18223 TR 121, Newcom- Walhonding, OH 43843 appointment. throughout the com-
erstown (740) 824-4575 munity.
OH 43832 Coshocton Antique Mall Pomerene offers an
(740) 498-8452 Whispering Falls Camp- 315 Main Street on-site exhibit area
ground Coshocton, OH 43812 and provides a local
Paradise Valley Camp- 42539 US 36 (740) 622-7792 setting for art classes
grounds Warsaw, OH 43844 and a home base for
74131 Plum Rd., New- (740) 824-3507 Featuring antiques,
collectibles, advertising Coshocton Art Guild
comerstown, meetings. In addition,
OH 43832 Attractions - items, furniture, post
cards, dolls & glass- Pomerene hosts the an-
(740) 498-9260 Antique Shops ware. Open 10:30 a.m. nual Dogwood Festival
to 5:00 p.m. Monday each spring.
Shady Grove Camp- C & M Collectibles
grounds 603 South Second Street through Saturday, Open 1:00 p.m. to 5:00
42310 CR 27 Coshocton, OH 43812 closed Sunday. p.m. Tuesday through
Friday, also by appoint-
Attractions - ment.
Art Galleries See ‘Local Events’ sec-
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Arts special events.
317 Mulberry Street Attractions -
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promote community
54760 TR 90
involvement in the arts,
Fresno, OH 43824
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(740) 545-6002 locally grown/produced Street ed at the Ferry Museum


Located near Ohio’s goods Coshocton, OH 43812 in Tacoma, Washington.
Amish Country and (740) 622-8710 Upon their deaths, the
close Fresno Farmers’ Market Johnson-Humrickhouse city of Coshocton was
to Roscoe Village, Pearl Former site - Fresno Museum (JHM) was notified of its inheri-
Valley Cheese makes a Elementary School founded by a bequest to tance and began prepa-
variety of award win- T.R. 171 the city of Coshocton rations to house the
ning Fresno, OH 43824 from two brothers, John tremendous collection
natural cheeses. Visitors (740) 545-0849 and David Johnson, of more than 15,000
can watch the cheese Sat. mornings; May - world travelers and treasures in a museum
making process (before Oct. Locallly grown/ collectors who planned of its own.
noon) from a special produced plants, crafts, the museum throughout
viewing window. baked their lives as a memo- Through the efforts
Attractions - goods, etc. rial to their parents, of two civic leaders at
Joseph and Mary Susan the time - William H.
Gardens / Attractions - Bachert and Warner
(Humrickhouse) John-
Markets Golf Courses son. The brothers were Pomerene, the 75-year
Clary Gardens born in Coshocton, but old Sycamore School
599 W. Chestnut Street Hilltop Golf Course- traveled throughout the building was selected as
Coshocton, OH 43812 Lake Park world collecting art and the museum’s origi-
(740) 622-6524 23253 State Route 83 artifacts, most of which nal site. In 1931, the
1-800-584-4495 Coshocton, OH 43812 were stored and exhibit- contents of the John-
www.clarygardens.com (740) 622-8083
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son brother’s art estate European decorative meet our village doc- 23253 State Route 83
were transferred to the art treasrues. Special tor and visit his home; Coshocton, OH 43812
museum’s new home in traveling exhibits are view a full-scale canal (740) 622-7528
Coshocton. changed approximately boat replica; or visit the The Coshocton’s Park
five times per year and immaculately-groomed District offers camp-
In 1973 the museum
include national and re- gardens boasting an ar- ing, fishing, swimming,
received full National
gional exhibits of many ray of seasonal color. and picnic shelters
Accreditation by the
varieties. along with a beauti-
prestigious American During our regular
Association of Mu- Hours: May-October: touring season, these ar- fully restored Pavilion
seums. This coveted Mon.-Sun: 12pm-5pm; tisans may be joined by for community events,
status is the highest November-April: Tues.- a weaver, a printer and receptions, dances, etc.
recognition a nuseum Sun: 1pm-4:30pm. Free a broom-maker. Enjoy The Towpath, a paved
can receive. In 1985, admission for Cosh. Co. a hands-on experience walking and bicycle
JHM was again awarded residents every Wednes- with activities such path around the middle
acreditation in its pres- day. as ink stamp printing, basin, provides a scenic
ent site in Historic Ros- See ‘Local Events’ sec- rope-making, candle- look at the old canal
coe Village, to which it tion for 2011 scheduled towpath which con-
dipping, tin-punching
was relocated in 1979, nects the Lake Park
events and exhibits. or weaving. Smell the
when it outgrew its Recreational Area with
aroma of fresh abble
Sycamore Street loca- historic Roscoe Village
Roscoe Villiage Living butter simmering over
tion. and the Monticello III
History Museum / Tour an open fire during one
Canal Boat. The Three
It was through a Whitewoman Street of our exciting festivals, Rivers Bikeway is a 2
combined effort of Coshocton, OH 43812 with lots of good food mile multi-purpose trail
local fundraising and (740) 622-9310 and great entertainment. circumventing the Park
generous grants from Historic Roscoe Vil- Roscoe Village is also District. Visitors can
both the Economic lage is a living history home to an eclectic view the original canal
Develoopment Adminis- community that offers blend of shops, liv- locks as they cross the
tration and the Mont- visitors a unique treat.
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ing history museum, restored replica Aque-


gomery and Coshocton Experience life in an restaurants and private duct Foot bridge over
Foundations, the JHM 1800’s canal town
homes, all accentted the Walhonding River.
enjoys its present site in through costumed inter-
by brick sidewalks and The Roscoe Middle
historic Roscoe Village- preters, traditional craft
beautifully-landscaped Basin (now know as
Museum. demonstrations, unique
gardens. Come and Lake Park) has provided
Today, visitors can view exhibits and more. a major center for rec-
stroll our quaint streets
an extensive collection reational activities since
While strolling through for a memorable visit.
of native American arti- its early construction
the restored 19th For more information,
facts, an early American in the 1800’s as part of
century living history visit www.roscoevil-
collection and one of the Ohio-Erie Canal. An
buildings you may see lage.com.
the most impressive col- extensive Playground
lections of exotic orien- actual artisans at work, Attractions - complex has been
tal artifacts, in addition including a blacksmith Parks / Recreation constructed by the Co-
to an eclectic collection and a cooper; sit in on shocton community and
of both 19th and 20th a re-enactment of an features a sand canal,
1800s school lesson; Coshocton Park District
century American and and other areas depict-
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ing Coshocton’s history. hunting and fishing, 147 room or outdoors in one by the glass, bottle, case
Paddle boats and bike lakes or ponds. Call for of two seating areas. or gift packs.
rentals available also. details. Light hors’dourves also Open year round, 11:00
Monticello III Attractions - available and outdoor a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mon-
The horse-drawn Mon- cookouts are regularly day through Saturday,
Specialty Shops
ticello III is a replica scheduled during sum- (until 9:00 p.m. Friday
of an 1800’s canal boat mer months. Guest and Saturday from June
Unusual Junction- Coun- 1 though October 1
and offers visitors to the house also on grounds.
try Market/ Universe only.) Closed Sundays.
area a 45 minute ride
Bridal Shop Open March through Owners: Lee and Joy
into Coshocton’s color-
56310 US 36 December, 11 a.m. Wyse.
ful past on a restored
West Lafayette, OH - 7:00 p.m., Closed
portion of the Ohio-Erie
43845 Sundays. By appoint- Raven’s Glenn Winery
Canal. The 1-1/2 mile
(740) 545-6007 ment only Jan. and Feb. 56183 County Road 143
canal trip features a
Crafts and deli goods, Owners: Tina Endsley (Just off U.S. 36)
narrated history by the
plus a recently-added and son, Randy. West Lafayette, OH
boat’s captain.
thrift store support- 43845
Memorial Day through ing local, regional and Rainbow Hills Vineyards (740) 545-1000
Labor Day: trips run national charities. 26349 TR 251 FAX (740) 545-9162
daily, on the hour, from Newcomerstown, OH
Universe Bridal offers www.ravensglenn.com
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 43832
a huge selection of fo-
From Labor Day to Raven’s Glenn Winery
mal attire for weddings, (740) 545-9305
mid-October, Saturdays is located on US 36
proms and other formal Coshocton County’s
and Sundays only, same about 9 miles outside
events. first winery. Rainbow
hours. Coshocton. Featuring
Vineyards offers desert tours of the winemak-
Children 4 and under Attractions - and dinner wines of ing process, Italian-style
free; group rates and Wineries American grape and restaurant and gift shop
special charter rates French hybrid varieties. and a large tasting room
available. Senior dis- Heritage Vineyards

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Features four outside to sample and purchase
counts offered. 27561 T.R. 45 dining decks built into their 15-plus selections
(off US 36 W and C.R. the woods, and home-
Attractions - 24)
of wine.
made bread and cheese
Public Hunting Warsaw, OH 43844 tray. Wine can be Shawnee Springs Winery
(740) 824-4314 sampled, and purchased
Woodbury Wildlife Area www.heritagevinerywin-
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23371 State Route 60 Coshocton County’s
Warsaw, OH 43844 newest winery. Family-
(740) 824-3211 š Hļ›ä|ļ® &ļ|ńń
owned Heritage Vine-
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ten wines, but is adding
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20093 County Road 6 Thursday, Friday and Arby’s


Coshocton, OH 43812 Saturday. Also open 245 South 2nd Street Domino’s Pizza
(740) 623-0744 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 Coshocton, OH 43812 604 South 2nd Street
www.shawneespringswin- p.m., Thursdays through (740) 623-0250 Coshocton, OH 43812
ery.com Saturdays in April and (740) 622-9345
Open since 1997, Shaw- December. Owners: Bob Evans Restaurant
nee Springs specializes Randy and Cynthia Hall 80 Whitewoman Street East of Chicago Pizza
in sweet wines made Coshocton, OH 43812 108 Chestnut Street
from Niagara, Concord Attractions - (740) 622-8375 Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-8800
and Catawba grapes as Family/Activity Burger King
well as apple, cherry Centers
and elderberry fruit 23711 Airport Road Earl’s Dari Drive-In
grown on-site. Their Coshocton, OH 43812 708 Otsego Avenue
newest wine is a cherry Kids America Inc. (740) 622-7250 Coshocton, OH 43812
wine. 1600 Otsego Avenue 9740) 622-7152
Coshocton, OH 43812 China Buffet II
Wine tasting available (740) 622-6657 23595 Airport Road Edie Ryan’s Family Res-
in the outside tasting www.kids-america.org Coshocton, OH 43812 taurant II
area or in the comfort (740) 622-0018 585 S. Whitewoman St.
Kids America offers
of the vineyards tasting Coshocton, OH 43812
indoor soccer, basket-
barn. Shawnee Springs Court Square Café (740) 622-7822
ball, volleyball, tennis,
also offers a selection 241 Main Street
and indoor track and
of locally hand-crafted Coshocton, OH 43812 English Ivy
a fitness room. Daily
items in their gift shop. (740) 295-3663 104 Park Avenue
admission is $5.00 per
Enjoy the new picnic person; memberships Coshocton, OH 43812
area, which seats up to also available. Coshocton Yard (740) 622-9201
seventy-five. Private 442 Main Street
scheduling available for Coshocton, OH 43812 Gardina’s of Coshocton
Restaurants (740) 622-9273 Pizza, Inc.
parties, meetings and
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other special events. Amici’s Pizza 1146 Walnut Street


222 North Kirk Street CrowTown Pizza Coshocton, OH 43812
Open May through
West Lafayette, OH 1038 Chestnut Street (740) 622-4477
November from 11:00
43845 Coshocton, OH 43812
a.m. to 6:00 p.m.,
(740) 545-1923 (740) 622-8600 Hardee’s
325 South 2nd Street
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Restaurant Myer’s Country Diner Coshocton, OH 43812


275 South Whitewoman 105 East Main Street (740) 622-3555 Unusual Junction Deli &
Street West Lafayette, OH Giftshop
Coshocton, OH 43812 43845 Subway Sandwiches 56310 US 36
(740) 622-6900 (740) 545-0708 390 South Whitewoman West Lafayette, OH
Street 43845
KFC New York Deli Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 545-9772
125 South 2nd Street 275 Cambridge Road (740) 622-1992
Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton, OH 43812 Warsaw Dari-Land
(740) 622-1321 (740) 622-7470 Subway Sandwiches 109 East Main Street
23605 Airport Road Warsaw, OH 43844
Lava Rock Grill Olde Warehouse Restau- Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 824-3545
56310 US 36 rant (740) 622-4900
West Lafayette, OH 400 North Whitewoman Wayne’s Freeze
43845 Street Taco Bell 1431 Chestnut Street
(740) 545-9772 Coshocton, OH 43812 795 South 2nd Street Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-4001 Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-4827
Limberg’s Patio Grill (740) 622-0024
(Richard Downy Airport) Papa Johns Pizza Wendy’s
24569 Airport Road 1434 Chestnut Street Thomas’ Steak House 233 South 2nd Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton, OH 43812 131 North 3rd Street Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-2252 (740) 623-8483 Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-6600
(740) 622-7112
Long John Silver Seafood Peggy Sue’s Steak & Ribs Your Pizza Shop
Shoppe 32381 US 36 Tim Horton’s 315 Downtowner Plaza
105 Downtowner Plaza Newcastle, OH 43843 131 West Chestnut Street Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 824-4624 Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-6468
(740) 622-3390 (740) 295-0529
Pizza Hut Yucatan Mexican Res-

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McDonald’s of Coshoc- 700 South 2nd Street Uncorked taurant
ton Coshocton, OH 43812 365 North Whitewoman 1167 Walnut Street
101 Chestnut Street (740) 622-1535 Street Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 623-2600
(740) 622-4300 Plus One Pizza (740) 622-3000
618 Walnut Street
Mill Restaurant, The
830 South 2nd Street
Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-9300
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SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS & INTREST CLUBS


A DIRECTORY OF SOCIAL CLUBS, ORGANIZANTIONS, REAL ESTATE & SCHOOLS 2011
Engineers of Coshocton, Inc.
Social Organizations and (740) 622-0633
Special Interest Clubs
Coshocton Business and Professional Women.
A directory of social clubs and organizations (740) 622-0009
meeting in
Coshocton County Canal Quilters
Nancy Donkaer
Antique Power Association (740) 623-0993
James Shroyer
(740) 545-7165 Cloud Climbers
Radio Controlled Airplanes
Artists of Coshocton Grant Brubaker
Shara Prindle (740) 498-8885
(740) 622-7800
Club Scion Women’s Club
Associated Model Railroad Shelly Howell
(740) 545-6528

Conesville Alumni Association


Maureen Pritchard
(740) 829-2488

Conesville Recreation
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Coshocton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Coshocton Masonic Temple


Society (740) 623-0242
Joan Sheets
(740) 622-9679 Coshocton Shrine Club
(740) 829-2639
Coshocton County Christian Home Educators
(740) 622-5126 Edmont Alumni Association
Margo Hamilton
Coshocton County Community Band (740) 622-3796
Cassie Barrett
(740) 502-9237 Fresno Alumni
(740) 623-0450
Coshocton Community Choir/ Coshocton Youth
Chorale Friends of the Animal Shelter
Charles Snyder Sandy Guinther
(740) 623-0554 (740) 622-4184

Coshocton Footlight Players Friends of Coshocton Public Library


(740) 622-2959 (740) 622-0956

State Wildlife Officer Friends of Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum


(740) 589-9982 (740) 622-8710

Coshocton County Farm Bureau Friends of the Park


1-800-641-7648 (740) 622-7528

Coshocton County Senior Center Heart of Gold Association of Coshocton County


(740) 622-4852 Memorial Hospital
Traci Smilo
Coshocton County Retired Teachers’ Association (740) 295-3325
(740) 622-7559
Helmick Covered Bridge Restoration Association
Coshocton County History Discussion Group Evangelene Croft
(740) 622-5102 (740) 622-0549

Coshocton Jr. Woman’s Club Keene Alumni


(740) 575-4011 (740) 622-3908
SOCIAL CLUBS

Coshocton Ladies Shrine Club Library Book Discussion Group


(740) 829-2759 (740) 622-0956

Coshocton Lions Club


Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Christopher Fisher
(740) 623-0359
(740) 623-8183
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Ohio River Valley Llama Association Blue Ridge Grange #1448


(740) 622-0681 (740) 498-7881

Paper Workers Retirees Club Coshocton County Pomona Grange #76


(740) 622-3364 (740) 824-3589

Pink Ladies Auxiliary Keene Hill Grange #1602


(740) 623-4198 (740) 622-7618

Public Employee Retirees, Inc. Progressive Valley Grange #2433


Chapter 77 Marilyn Wyler
(740) 622-2076 (740) 545-7458

River View Community Park Board River View Young Farmers & River View FFA
(740) 824-3600 Alumni
(740) 824-3522 Ext. 1231
Tiverton Community Institute
(740) 824-4304 Tiverton Grange #1515
Dick Border
Warsaw Alumni Association ((740) 824-3652
(740) 824-3657
Walhonding Valley Grange #1751
West Lafayette Alumni Association Albert Young
(740) 545-6743 (740) 824-3362

West Lafayette Club Aries


(740) 545-9017 Organizations -
Business / Professional
West Lafayette Janusian
(740) 545-6069 Business Growth Alliance of Coshocton County
Trish Wilson
West Lafayette Junior Guild (740) 622-6237
Lois Hayes Coshocton County Board of Realtors
(740) 545-7747 Marlene Griffin
(740) 622-7678
Organizations -
Coshocton Business and Professional
Granges
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Women
(740) 622-0009
Bethlehem Grange #1752
Bob Mowery Coshocton County Township Trustees & Clerks
(740) 824-3894 Association
(740) 622-6980
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Organizations - West Lafayette Rotary


Civic Service / Volunteering (740) 545-7186

American Red Cross Women of Witness


(740) 622-0228 (740) 622-3797

Coshocton Lion’s Club


(740) 623-8183
Organizations -
Cooking / Gardening
Coshocton Rotary
(740) 622-5198 Gourmet Gals
Lola Endsley
Kiwanis Club of Coshocton (740) 622-5718
(740) 622-3908
Green Valley Garden Club
Leadership Coshocton County Donna Johnson
(740) 622-0010 (740) 622-3820

Roscoe Village Herb Society


Masonic Temple of Coshocton (740) 623-6526
(740) 622-0010
Town and Country Garden Club
Mentoring Center of Coshocton Phyllis Debnar
(740) 623-8110 (740) 622-3998

Salvation Army
(740) 622-0971 Organizations -
Fraternal / Veteran
Trirosis Club
Norma Grewe American Legion Post 65
(740) 622-0110 (740) 622-6106
Warsaw Lions Club American Legion Post 634
(740) 622-5374 Warsaw, OH 43844
(740) 824-3226
West Lafayette Lion’s Club
SOCIAL CLUBS

(740) 545-545-9774
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www.dalegress.com
Real Estate / Auction Services
Endsley Agency
Board of Realtors 433 Walnut Street
P.O. Box 1611 Coshocton, OH 43812
Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-0281
President- Jim Nelson Jacobs Vanaman Realty
Vice President- Tom Dile 530 Main Street
Secretary- Marlene Griffith Coshocton, OH 43812
Treasurer- Christi Olinger (740) 622-8488
www.jacobsvanaman.com
Agents Realty
& Auction Service Lewis Realty & Appraisals
23024 CR 621 (740) 622-8488
Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-0700 Old Towne Realty
www.agentsrealty1.com 224 North 4th Street
Coshocton, OH 43812
Century 21 Court Square (740) 622-3669
Realty & Auction www.oldetownrealtyoh.com
404 Main Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 Peddicord Rice Auction Realty
(740) 622-3731 838 South 2nd Street
www.c21courtsquarerealty.com Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-3111
Coshocton Real Estate
20485 TR 5 Real Living the Right Choice
West Lafayette, OH 43812 711 Walnut Street
(740) 545-7110 Coshocton, OH 43812
(740) 622-7653
Towne Centre Realty www.reallivingtherightchoice.com
115 North 3rd Street
Coshocton, OH 43812 Stoffer Real Estate, Inc.
(740) 622-7678 401 Walnut Street
Coshocton, OH 43812
Dale Gress Real Estate (740) 622-6660
& Auction Service
SOCIAL CLUBS

316 West Main Street Towne Centre Realty


West Lafayette, OH 43845 115 N. 3rd Street
137 West Main Street Coshocton, OH 43812
Newcomerstown, OH 43832 (740) 622-7678
(740) 545-7186
(740) 498-4545
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in this new hardcover book. The Coshocton Tribune is proud to
announce the arrival of “Bridging the Past.” This very special,
hardbound, coffee-table pictorial book celebrates Coshocton’s 200th birthday.
The photos for this Bicentennial book were carefully selected from the
collections of individuals and area archives to capture life in Coshocton and
Coshocton County from the earliest photographs to today. An heirloom-
quality treasure to be passed down through generations, this is a book you
will want to own — and also makes a wonderful gift for family and friends.
You may still purchase this special bicentennial edition at a price of $39.95
plus tax, while quantities last. Order your books today by using the
coupon. Don’t miss this opportunity to have a piece of Coshocton history!

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Education / Schools SCHOOL FROM THE PAST

City School Districts / Schools

Coshocton City School District

Coshocton City Schools .........(740) 622-1901


Superintendent- Dr. David Hire
Coshocton City School Board
Board of Education Offices .. (740) 622-1901
1207 Cambridge Road
Coshocton, OH 43812 Coshocton High School
Board Members: Dr. Todd A. Salmans (Presi- Chestnut Street, Coshocton, Ohio
dent), Mindy V. Fehrman (Vice President), H. Built: 1888 Remodeled: 1930
Tad Johnson, Dr. Jere Butcher, Don Hutchins 724 Walnut Street, Coshocton, OH 43812

Member Schools: Lincoln Elementary .................. (740) 622-9726


Coshocton High School .............(740) 622-9433 Principal- David Skelton
Principal- Bill Hartmeyer 801 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, OH 43812
1205 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, OH 43812
Cafeteria-Days ...................... (740) 622-8569 South Lawn Elementary ........... (740) 622-3239
Music Department ................. (740) 622-7861 Principal- Todd Johnson
753 S. Lawn Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812
Central Elementary ....................(740) 622-5514
Principal- John Casey District Services:
Maintenance & Bus Garage .. (740) 623-5804
SCHOOL FROM THE PAST 1207 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, OH 43812
Pupil Personnel Services ...... (740) 622-5547
724 Walnut Street, Coshocton, OH 43812

County School Districts / Schools


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Ridgewood Local School District

Ridgewood Local School District .. (740) 545-6354


Bancroft School Superintendent- Rich Raach
11th Street @ Orchard Street
Coshocton, Ohio Built: 1902 Ridgewood Local School Board
Board of Education/Admin Ofc ...(740) 545-6354
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301 S. Oak Street SCHOOL FROM THE PAST


West Lafayette, OH 43945
Board Members: John Riebesell (President),
Jamie Hicks (Vice President), David H. Shurtz,
Frank Matthews, Dennis C. Bahmer

Member Schools:
Ridgewood High School .......... (740) 545-6345
Principal- Todd Stoffer
602 Johnson Street, West Lafayette, OH 43845
Athletics Office ...................... (740) 545-5314
Music Department ................. (740) 545-9783
Vo-Agriculture Department ... (740) 545-6876
Lincoln School #1
Ridgewood Middle School ....... (740) 545-6335
801 Cambridge Road, Coshocton, Ohio
Principal- Michael Masloski
Built: 1910
517 South Oak Street, West Lafayette, OH
43845 River View Local School District

West Lafayette Elementary ...... (740) 545-5312 River View Local School District . (740) 824-3521
Principal- Brian Rentsch Superintendent- Kyle Kanuckel
225 West Union Avenue, West Lafayette, OH River View Board of Education/Administrative
43845 Offices .................................. (740) 824-3521
26496 State Route 60 N, Warsaw, OH 43844
District Services: Board Members: Brent R. Porteus (President),
Transportation / Bus Garage . (740) 545-9466 Daniel L Hothem (Vice President), David
Lapp, .................Brent R. Porteus (President),
D. Cordell Brown, Larry Pepper
SCHOOL FROM THE PAST Member Schools:
River View High School ........... (740) 824-3522
Principal- Charles Rinkes
26496 State Route 60 N., Warsaw, OH 43844

River View Junior High School (740) 824-3523


Principal- Sharon Tatro
26496 State Route 60 N, Warsaw, OH 43844
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Conesville Elementary ............. (740) 829-2334


Principal- Joel Moore
Bakersville School #1 199 State Street, Conesville, OH 43811
County Road 281, Bakersville, Ohio
Built: 1885 Burnt: April 1938 Keene Elementary .................... (740) 622-5884
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Principal- Jerry Olinger SCHOOL FROM THE PAST


27052 C.R. 1, Coshocton, OH 43812

Union Elementary .................... (740) 327-2351


Principal- Vicki Johnson
19781 State Route 79 S, Warsaw, OH 43844

Warsaw Elementary ................. (740) 824-3727


Principal- Frank Polen
501 Blissfield Rd., Warsaw, OH 43844

District Services:
Transportaion ........................... (740) 824-3010
Warsaw School #1
Building & Maintenance .......... (740) 824-3521
Blissfield Road, Warsaw, Ohio
Built: 1893
Coshocton County Head Start .. (740) 622-3667
3201 CR 16, Coshocton, OH 43812 Mindy Fehrman, Dan Hothem, Cordell Brown,
John Riebesell
Coshocton County Joint Vocational School
District
Coshocton County Career Center ..(740) 622-0211 Coshocton City Developmental Disabilities
Superintendent- Deborah Kapp-Salupo School District
Principal- Mr. Eddie Dovenbarger
23640 Airport Road Hopewell School ...................... (740) 622-2032
Coshocton, OH 43812 Superintendent- Mr. Steve Oster
www.coshoctoncareers.org 23720 Airport Road
Board Members: Tad Johnson (President), Coshocton, OH 43812
Board Members: Casey Claxon (President),
SCHOOL FROM THE PAST Jayne McClure (Vice President), Cherry
Wilson, Andy ........ Raber, Andrea Schweitzer,
Sarah Cunningham, Kyle Hamilton

Private / Parochial Schools


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Coshocton Christian School ..... (740) 622-5052


Principal- Wesley Courser
South Lawn School #1 23891 Airport Road, Coshocton, OH 43812
753 South Lawn Avenue, Coshocton, Ohio www.coshoctonchristianschool.org
Built: 1900, 1909 Affiliation: Evangelical Christian,
Demolished: c. 1948 Non-Denom.
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Sacred Hear School .................. (740) 622-3728
Principal- Mary Stenner
39 Burt Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812
www.sacredheartcoshocton.org
Affiliation: Catholic

Preschools / Early Childhood


Education
Coshocton County Head Start .. (740) 622-3667
3201 CR 16, Coshocton, OH 43812

The Learning Garden ............... (740) 622-9797


231 Pine Street, Coshocton, OH 43812

Montessori Preschool Of Coshocton(740) 622-3127 West Bedford School


142 North 4th Street, Coshocton, OH 43812 Location Unknown, West Bedford, Ohio
Built: 1894:
Precious Treasures, Inc ............ (740) 545-6082 Principal- Mary Stenner
122 West Union, West Lafayette, OH 43845 39 Burt Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812

Kids Campus Preschool/ Ext. Care (740) 622-3542 Early Advantage Preschool ...... (740) 622-6211
468 Browns Lane, Coshocton, OH 43812 (Meets at Kids America Complex)
1600 Otsego Avenue, Coshocton, OH 43812
Sacred Heart School-Preschool (740) 622-3728

SCHOOL FROM THE PAST


Educational Services / Support
Muskingum Valley Educ, Svc. Center.................
....................................................(740) 622-2924
23640 Airport Rd., Coshocton, OH 43812
Superintendent: Richard Murray

Colleges / Technical Schools


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Central Ohio Technical College(740) 622-1408


Linton Mills School Campus Administrator - Melanie Bolender
Linton Mills, Ohio 200 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH
Built: 1908 Closed: 1929 Demolished: 1937 43812
www.cotc.edu
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