The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 23

River View’s Allen named Elk’s Teen of the Month The WARSAW - Rachel Allen is River View’s Elks Teen of the Month for February. She is the daughter of Chris and Tina Allen of Warsaw. Rachel has been involved in the following school activities: Varsity cross country - four years, varsity track - four years, national honor society - two years and is currently serving as the secretary, Spanish honor society – two years, teen lead- ership corps - two years, spirit club - two years, Rock Your World Cultures Club - three years, Letterman’s Club Tentative water agreement reached COSHOCTON - Coshocton Mayor Steve Mercer and West Lafayette Mayor Steve Bordenkircher announced that a tentative agreement has been reached for the village to purchase water from Coshocton. After the November vote by village residents and only several months of negotiating, both sides agreed on the terms and presented to their respective councils on Monday night for fi rst readings. A total of three readings are required with a fi nal majority vote to pass. Th e public is encouraged to attend the meetings and off er comment, or call your local mayor's offi ce. Th e Ohio EPA has been a leading proponent of this re- gionalization project and providing substantial funding that is making this long considered partnership possible. If approved, the tentative schedule is for all funding applications to be fi nalized this year along with the engi- neer's drawings. Groundbreaking early next year should mean the conversion to city water will occur later in 2020. Contributed | Beacon Churches to unite for Ash Wednesday service COSHOCTON - Emmanuel Lutheran Church and the Presbyterian Church will unite in worship on March 6 for Ash Wednesday worship. Th e service will be held at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive, at 7 p.m. Some years ago, the two congregations shared leader- ship of summer day camps at the local scout camp and later at Lake Park. In October 2017, the two churches gathered at Th e Presbyterian Church to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Worship will include scripture, communion, the im- position of ashes, congregational hymns, and a choral anthem. Th e service will be led by the Reverend Bryan Kittner and the Reverend Karen Crawford. Musical leadership will be led by the Presbyterian Chancel Choir under the direction of Charles R. Snyder and organist, Mark D. Wagner. All are invited to share in this worship celebration. service projects through NHS, Teen Leadership, and her church includ- ing a Wounded Warrior Project 5k, donations and volunteer work at First Step, Operation Christmas Child boxes, Christmas food boxes for community members in need, and many more. Upon graduation, Rachel is at- tending Ohio Christian University where she will run cross country and track while majoring in psy- chology with an education minor. Contributed | Beacon Visit our website at: coshoctonbeacontoday.com 2019 Tree Seedling Sale Order Form Name ________________________________________________ Email __________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________ Phone ________________________ Would you like to receive our quarterly newsletter? Yes - No Mail Form with Payment to Coshocton SWCD, 724 S. 7th Street, Room 120, Coshocton, OH 43812. Orders must be received by Friday, March 15th and are subject to availability. If you have any questions, contact us at (740)622-8087 ext. 4. Additional information and online ordering is available through our website at www.coshoctonswcd.org. Orders All orders are subject to availability and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no limit on the number of packets that can be ordered. Anyone can order trees regardless of county residence, but trees will not be delivered or mailed. Payment must be included with your order. Notices will be sent out in March specifying order pick-up time and location. Projected pick up date is April 12th. Tree Seedlings Seedling sizes are approximately 6 to 18 inches depending on variety; the three sapling varieties are approx. 3 to 4 feet tall. All trees are state and federally inspected. Reasonable substitutions may be necessary based on availability of certain species. All trees are bare root seedlings. Wildflower Seed Packet 1 ounce of seeds per packet; plants 100 to 200 square feet. Plantskydd Deer Repellent Contains 1 pound of powder concentrate that will treat approximately 200-400 plants and helps prevent damage to seedlings from browsing deer, rabbits, and opossum. Marking Flags Available in pink or white; each flag is 4” x 5” on a 30” wire. Reminder for tree pick-up date/time? Postcard or E-mail Please Indicate Quantity of Packs for Each Variety Ordering Information Native Evergreen Trees Pack of 5 Pack of 25 Pack of 100 9"-18" seedlings 6"-9" seedlings 6"-9" seedlings $10.00 $20.00 $60.00 Pack of 5 Pack of 25 Pack of 100 10"-18" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings $10.00 $30.00 $90.00 Not Available Not Available E. White Cedar White Pine Native Deciduous Shrubs (15' and under) American Hazelnut Black Chokeberry Buttonbush Red Osier Dogwood Spicebush Native Deciduous Small Trees (15-25') Pack of 5 Pack of 25 Pack of 100 10"-18" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings $10.00 $30.00 $90.00 Not Available Not Available Pawpaw Redbud Red Buckeye White Flowering Dogwood Native Deciduous Large Trees Pack of 5 Pack of 25 Pack of 100 12"-18" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings 6"-12" seedlings $10.00 $30.00 $90.00 American Hazelnut Redbud White Dogwood $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 Qty. 25 Cost $4.50 $20.00 $4.00 50 $5.00 100 $8.00 Black Walnut Chinquapin Oak Persimmon Pin Oak Red Oak Shagbark Hickory Sugar Maple Swamp White Oak White Oak Saplings One single 3' to 4' sapling Additional Items Wildflower Seed Packet Plantskydd Repellent Marking Flags Circle White or Pink Grand Total Enclosed: Contributed | Beacon FEBRUARY 27, 2019 Beacon “Positively Coshocton Count y” www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Allen - four years, OMUN - two years, Light Club - two years, FCA - one year, and has taken CCP classes at Zane State for two years. Her community activities include: Good Times 4-H Club - 10 years and currently serving as vice president, active member of Perry Chapel Baptist Church Youth Group, and is doing a senior project in which she works on communication skills and methods with students who have developmental disabilities. Rachel has led many community THE BEACON 23