Our Town Coshocton welcomes public to annual meeting

| March 10, 2016

COSHOCTON – Our Town Coshocton is holding its 2016 annual meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, March 14, in the meeting room at Frontier Power on South Second Street in Coshocton. Our Town Coshocton is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, revitalizing, and promoting historic Coshocton County. Our Town Coshocton is responsible for Coshocton First Fridays along with other annual event held throughout the year.

The evening will begin with an introduction of the newly elected board members and officers with a short business meeting to follow. During the business meeting attendees will learn where Our Town Coshocton has been and where it is headed on its path to revitalization. There will also be a presentation of the Cheryl Triplitt Wantuck 2015 Volunteer of the Year Award. The award is in memory of founding member and driving force behind Our Town Coshocton, Cheryl Triplitt Wantuck, who passed away in February. The award will be given to recognize a deserving individual who has served both the organization and the community.

Following the business portion of the meeting Joyce Barrett from Heritage Ohio will be the guest speaker. As Ohio’s official historic preservation and Main Street organization, Heritage Ohio fosters economic development and sustainability through preservation of historic buildings, revitalization of downtowns and neighborhood commercial districts, and promotion of cultural tourism. Barrett has been Executive Director of Heritage Ohio since 2004.

The evening will conclude with refreshments. Board members will be available during that time to answer questions, provide membership information, and discuss volunteer opportunities.


Our Town Coshocton formed as a 501(c)(3) organization in 2013 after founding members came together to address Coshocton’s overall need for revitalization. Our Town Coshocton embraces the Main Street Approach® promoting Coshocton as a hometown community and important county seat. They do this by utilizing the Main Street® principles that have been successful throughout Ohio and the country. Their mission is to stimulate the revitalization of Coshocton’s commercial core, adjacent historic districts and the town in general through awareness of our heritage, vital past and vital future, promoting a spirit of cooperation and pride in our town.


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