The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 9

Warsaw Alumni Scholarship applications are available Jim Lawrence at 740-824-3890. Checks or money orders should be made out to the Warsaw Alumni Scholarship Program and mailed to Lawrence at P.O. Box 166, War- saw, OH 43844. Applications for these awards are avail- able from Mrs. George Hemming who is coordinating scholarship applications at River View High School. Applications are also available from Jim Lawrence, chairper- son of the scholarship program, at 740-824- 3890. Th e application deadline is Friday, March 29. Th e Cline Scholarship is coordi- nated through the Coshocton Foundation and is available online. Th ese scholarships will be presented at the annual Warsaw Alumni Banquet to be held at Warsaw Elementary School on Saturday, May 18. Recipients will also be recognized at the River View Senior Awards Program. Contributed | Beacon Fri., MAR. 8 th • 6pm to 7:30pm Adults $10 • Children $8 • Commercial Embroidery • Window & Vehicle Lettering • Signs and Banners • Screen Print & Heat Press 740-622-6528 Th e 50-voice Muskingum Concert Choir is the primary choral ensemble at Muskingum University, a four-year liberal arts institution in southeastern Ohio affi liated with Th e Presbyterian Church (USA). Th e Concert Choir per- forms sacred and secular music from many cultures and historical periods, and maintains an active schedule of touring, recording, and commission- ing and premiering new works. Recent domestic and international tours have included performances at the Washing- ton National Cathedral, Fourth Pres- byterian Church of Chicago, St. Paul’s Cathedral (London, England), and the Th omaskirche (Leipzig, Germany). For additional information, contact Th e Presbyterian Church at 740-622- 0486. Contributed | Beacon MARCH 4 - MARCH 8 Open to the Public COSHOCTON ELKS 434 Chestnut St. Coshocton Monday - Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM 1020 R Cedar St. - Coshocton Ohio C ustom E mbroidEry & V inyl G raphiCs NEW CONCORD - Th e Muskingum Con- cert Choir presents its 2019 touring program, “Music of the Spheres,” at 7 p.m. on Th ursday, Feb. 28 at Th e Pres- byterian Church (142 N. Fourth St., Coshocton). Admission is free, though a free-will off ering will be collected to help off set the ensembles’ expenses. Th e program includes repertoire by Josquin Desprez, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Johannes Brahms and John Tavener, plus a variety of spirituals, hymns and folk song arrangements. Th e concert will also feature soprano Emily Oehrtman, assistant professor of music. Th e choir is conducted by Dr. Zebulon M. Highben, director of choral activities at Muskingum University, and accom- panied by pianist Caroline Heading. FAMILY FISH FRY WARSAW - Th e Warsaw Alumni Associa- tion is off ering scholarships to River View graduating seniors who attended Warsaw Elementary School. Th ese scholarships will be of $1,000 from the Warsaw Alumni Association, the Clodaugh Brenneman Cline Scholarship, the Lawrence Memo- rial Scholarship, the Davis Educational Grant, the Buxton Memorial Award and the Kinetics Power Equipment Engineering Scholarship. In the past several families of the community and honor classes have also donated additional scholarships which will be off ered if they become available. Th e purpose of these awards is to encourage graduates to pursue higher education. Th ese awards are made available through donations by graduates, teachers and friends of Warsaw High School and our community. Persons desiring to donate to this scholarship program should contact Choir performing at Presbyterian Church SENIOR MENU Monday, March 4 Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Peas, Fruit Cocktail, Dinner Roll & Milk Tuesday, March 5 Thanks to our Loyal Requestors Fetching you the local stories and developments that matter most is what we do best, and we couldn’t do it without your valued readership. Breaded Baked Pork Chop, Sweet Potato Casserole, Lima Beans, Pineapple w/ Red Jell-O, Bread & Milk COSHOCTON CHRISTIAN Wednesday, March 6 Tuna Salad on Croissant, Potato Soup, Carrot Raisin Salad, Apple Slices, Crackers & Milk Men’s Conference Thursday, March 7 Men of Truth & Meatball Sub, Au Gratin Potatoes, Germany Blend Vegetables, Pears, Brownie, Bun & Milk Friday, March 8 Wisdom Vegetable Lasagna, Cauliflower, Warm Apple Crisp, Tossed Salad w/ Tomatoes, Breadstick & Milk 2019 0026_022719 March Soup Men of Truth & Wisdom Proverbs 3 3 rd Annual Coshocton Christian Men’s Conference Saturday, March 2nd 2019 TheBeacon The w w w.coshoc FEBRUARY 27, 2019 Served 11-1 Takeout or Eat-In $3 each Salads Available! Served 11-1 $3 ea. Takeout or Eat-In Choice of Toppings & Dressings Monday, March 4 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30 Grocery Bingo 10:30 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance Tuesday, March 5 8:00 Yoga 9:15 Cardio Drumming 9:30 Nails with Penny 10:30 Mindful Meditation 12:30 Wig-N-It Class by Maria Quinn 1:00 Produce Pick-Up Wednesday, March 6 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 12:00 PERI Meeting 1:00 Book Club Thursday, March 7 8:00 Yoga 9-11 Line Dancing 9:30 Chair Massage - Carol 11:00 Nutrition Education Bone Health Matters 1:00 Bible Study Friday, March 8 10:00 Senior Exercise Class 10:30 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 11:30 RossAnn with Interim Diabetes: The Basics 12:45 Silversneaker Strength & Balance 1:00 Euchre If you need transportation to the Center for meals, activities, or weekly grocery shopping, call us at 740-622-4852 to schedule your ride at least one day in advance. To access ingredient content, please call Bud Moore 740-622-4852 All seniors are welcome: bring a friend! Call for more information: 740-622-4852 Coshocton Christian Tabernacle 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM Beef & Vegetable ACTIVITIES Coshocton County Senior Center 0018_021319 201 Browns Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-4852 Center hours are Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. THE BEACON 9