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Habitat volunteers remove parts of Town & Country Club

| May 21, 2013

DSC_0068COSHOCTON Over 25 Habitat for Humanity volunteers helped remove key components of the Coshocton Town & Country Club located on Cambridge Road on Tuesday, May 21. Pictured are Dean Wortman, left, Jim Springer and Jason Pope removing the framing of a French door. Windows, doors and other miscellaneous items were carefully removed from the facility and will be cleaned and available for sale at the Habitat for Humanity Restore. On Wednesday, crews will be removing the pillars that adorned one of Coshocton’s finest establishments. Jason Pope, who manages the Restore, said, “Habitat is removing all of the old fixtures, windows and doors. We are going to be renewing them and selling them at the Restore. This is a chance for people to own a piece of local history. I can’t say enough about our volunteers. You can’t do it without the volunteers. It has gone wonderfully today, we worked from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.” The volunteers removed 26 single pane windows, 13 replacement windows and about 20 doors on Tuesday. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

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Mark Fortune, along with his wife Nancy, is the former owner and founder of The Coshocton County Beacon, the highest circulated newspaper in Coshocton County. He has over 40 years in the publishing business with sales, marketing, and journalism experience. After selling The Beacon to the AloNovus Corp., in January 2020, Mark has been a Business Development Strategist with the company. They publish a network of weekly news publications with almost a half million distribution weekly, a quarterly tourism magazine and a digital division. Mark enjoys history, and has a passion for genealogy, currently researching and discovering his Fortune ancestry. He and his wife Nancy live on a small farm outside of Coshocton.

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