The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 35

Contributed | Beacon $ coshoctonbeacontoday.com Early Consignments: Call Steve for today for free advertising or to arrange a consultation. For updates on listings and photos visit online at http://socauctions.com or Auction Zip ID #21154 Sale Info: This is our seventh annual sale and we keep growing in vol- ume and quality. Thank you to all of our past consignors and buyers for making it a success! If you have equipment to liquidate call now for free advertising. If you are looking to buy or upgrade a particular piece of machinery plan to spend the day with us. Watch future ads for updates. Consignments as of Feb. 22nd: Ford 5000 row crop tractor 15.5x38 tires and single remotes, 2 bottom 3pt plow, 6 ft 3pt brush hog, 7ft MF 3pt disc notched blades, Rhino 15ft batwing brush hog, JD 754 4 basket manual fold hay tedder, Mariffi pto driven hay/grain elevator, small galvanized feed bin. Drop off times are March 28th and 29th from 9:30 am to dark daily, call for other times and arrangements.Need trucking we can assist with that too. No junk tires will be accepted! Auctioneer and staff Reserve the Right to inspect and Reject consignments worthy of no bid! To Consign Call Steve @ 330-243-6574 Lunch Stand by the Tuscarawas County Cattleman’s Association Terms: Cash, check or credit card 4% buyers premium waived for cash or check Auction by Cronebaugh Auction Service, Ltd. Steve Cronebaugh Auctioneer & Realtor with Barnett Realtors 330-243-6574 • scronebaugh@gmail.com 1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 Close to Roscoe, this home has many updates including patio, large garage, and can be residential or good for a small business. Call Debbie to view this home at 740-592-1589. MLS# 4053844 “Positively Coshocton Count y” Visit our website at: Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds. 259 South Tuscarawas Ave., Dover, OH 44622 I MAKE IT HAPPEN & YOU MAKE IT HOME DEBBIE MYERS 129,000 YES The Beacon proposed program would blend classroom and labora- tory experiences, giving graduates an understanding of ceramic material properties, processing and applica- tions, including manufacturing and quality assurance. For further information about the proposed program contact Whit Tussing, COTC program director for engi- neering technology at tussing.19@cotc.edu. “Besides creating the only two-year ceramic technol- ogy degree in the nation, the team of Orton, the ACerS and COTC, and their close alignment with industry partners, represents the best in public-private partner- ships,” said Lawson. “We have performed two industry surveys validating the demand for graduates, who will have career opportunities in a range of jobs including research, product development, production, purchas- ing and quality. The team will also raise scholarships to allow for a diversity of students to participate,” Lawson noted. “The American Ceramic Society was founded to serve the needs of the ceramic manufacturing industry,” said Mark Mecklenborg, ACerS executive director. “We wel- come the opportunity to continue to meet the evolving needs of industry and to introduce a new generation workforce to the rewards of working with these unique materials.” The Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation and the ACerS have nearly 250 years of combined experience providing services to the ceramic industry, education and the arts. Saturday, March 30 th , 2019 • 9:30AM NEWARK - Opportunities in the field of ceramic en- gineering technology have taken a significant step forward with the signing of a memorandum of under- standing (MOU) between Central Ohio Technical Col- lege (COTC), the Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation and The American Ceramic Society (ACerS). Through this MOU signing, the entities have agreed to work together to launch at COTC the only two-year Ceramic Engineering Technology degree program in the nation. COTC President John M. Berry, Ph.D., Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation General Manager Mark Law- son and ACerS Executive Director Mark Mecklenborg signed the MOU at COTC’s Newark campus on Tuesday, Feb. 19. The proposed program, which includes the creation of a Ceramic Learning Lab at the COTC Newark campus, will provide students an economical path to a technical career as well as provide skilled workers for the ceramic and materials processing and product industries. “COTC is extremely excited to collaborate with two such prominent and influential partners in the ceramic industry,” said Berry. “We are looking forward to work- ing together to create innovative educational pathways in this field for our students and to meet this industry’s demand for highly skilled workers.” The unique properties and heat resistance of ceramic materials have many applications in this modern high- tech industry and require complex skills to help create new solutions for industry and manufacturing. 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