Community News and Notes

Released 12:37 p.m. ET July 24, 2017

Hasseler named to lender board

ZANESVILLE – Dr. Susan S. Hasseler has been named to the Board of Directors at Century Countrywide Financial institution.

She became president of Muskingum College in July 2016. Prior to that she was senior vice president for academic affairs at Augustana College in South Dakota, dean of the College of Business, Education and learning and Social Sciences and useless of group engagement at Messiah College or university in Pennsylvania and affiliate dean for undergraduate and graduate instructor instruction at Calvin College or university in Michigan.

Hasseler has a bachelor’s diploma in elementary and unique instruction from Calvin College or university, a master’s diploma in unique instruction from College of South Dakota and a doctorate from the Northwestern College College of Education and learning and Social Coverage.

Nearby university student gets IAPD Scholarship

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS – Rachel Smith has received a 2017 Worldwide Affiliation of Plastics Distribution Scholarship.

Smith is the daughter of John and Brady Smith of Glenford. John is an staff of Plaskolite LLC. Smith programs to big in biology this fall at Ohio Dominican College and would like to become an orthopedic surgeon specializing in scoliosis realignment.

Scholarships up to $5,000 are awarded each year to IAPD member firm workforce, little ones of member firm workforce and college students in the qualified revenue programs.

Locals make dean’s record

FINDLAY – Abigail Dale and Ty Griffith of Nashport and Brandon Saling of Caldwell ended up named to the spring semester dean’s record at the College of Findlay.

Farm Bureau scholarships awarded

ZANESVILLE – Menly Lutz and Jimmy Priest lately received $1,500 from the new Agriculture Over and above the Farm Experiential Internship and Scholarship Application sponsored by the Muskingum County Farm Bureau and Scott Boyer Nationwide Coverage.

Lutz is the daughter of Chris and Melinda Lutz of Dresden and graduate of Tri-Valley Higher College. She’ll be attending the College of Kentucky to examine agriculture business.

Priest is the son of James and Edwina Priest of Frazeysburg and graduate of Tri-Valley Higher College. He’ll be attending the College of Charleston to examine integrated communications and advertising and marketing.

The internship element of the application had the pair touring nearby agricultural functions and mastering what the proprietors do in their particular field. A reception was held the place the college students gave presentations on their two-week expertise.

Community Calendar


Seniors Ceramics Course 9 a.m.-midday, The Senior Expert services, 1118 W. Most important St., Zanesville.

New Concord Higher College Course of 1951 conference midday, Honey Baked Ham Cafe, 2579 Maple Ave., Zanesville.

Spaghetti evening meal 4:30-6:30 p.m., Prophets Park Amrou Grotto, 2560 Aged River Street, Zanesville.


Free of charge Kids Lunch midday-1:30 p.m., Dresden Church of the Nazarene, 302 Higher St., Dresden.


Undertaking DAWN Naloxone Schooling 5:30-6:30 p.m., Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Section, 205 N. 7th St., Zanesville.


Ice Product Social 4 p.m., Trinway United Methodist Church, Trinway.


Record and Harmony in the Gardens 6-9 p.m., Dr. Maximize Mathews Museum & Gardens, 304 Woodlawn Ave., Zanesville. Celebration contains museum tours, silent auction, food stuff, stay leisure and extra.

MoCo Arts in the Park 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m., The Commons, 98 North 10th St., Mc Connelsville. The 50th yearly Howard Chandler Christy Artwork Show will have judging at 10:30 a.m. Saturday and awards offered at 3 p.m. Also outside yoga session, color run and walk, robotic and drone presentation, Melissa Marie’s College of Dance, magic show, fundraising evening meal will be at 6 p.m.


Fletcher-Williams reunion 12:30 p.m., The Barracks Youth Center, 4509 Salt Creek Drive, Duncan Falls. A basket lunch will be at 12:30 p.m.

MoCo Arts in the Park 1 p.m., The Commons, 98 North 10th St., McConnelsville. Highlighted will be gospel singer and songwriter Jimmy Howson at 1 p.m. and the Tribe of Benjamin will be at 2 p.m. Also performing will be Jenna McConnell Moody and Pals, Higher on Hope Ministries, Nina Mayle and the Malta United Methodist Church Children’s Bell Choir.

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