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Queen programs still available

| June 18, 2015

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Royalty Advisory committee is pleased to announce that their Queen, Princess, and Jr. Queen programs, formerly associated with the Coshocton Canal festival, will still be able to promote the rich history of our community by representing Roscoe Village at the Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival beginning in October 2015.

Since 1970, Coshocton and Roscoe Village have celebrated the impact of the canal era on Coshocton and the strength of a community that was able to breathe the life back into a village that once sat in ruins. Today, the community continues that tradition, along with recognizing our youth as ambassadors to spread the word about Coshocton and Roscoe Village around our great state. Our unique combination of local attractions draws people to our community. Our festival strives to keep them here for a weekend of shopping, eating, and lodging. Visiting royalty will enjoy a canal boat ride, queen’s luncheon at Lake Park Pavilion, and a promenade via the towpath at Roscoe Village.

The Coshocton Royalty Advisory Committee is seeking contestants for our Jr. Queen, Princess, and Queen competitions. We are pleased to be able to offer the 2015 canal Queen $500 in scholarship money as part of her awards package. Applications are available as of June 19, at www.coshoctoncanalroyalty.com, Wilson’s Furniture at 230 Main Street, and the Coshocton Visitors Bureau at 432 N Whitewoman Street. If you have any questions regarding the application, please contact Andrea Prouty at 740-252-6533.

Businesses or individuals interested in supporting our royalty contestants and related events may donate at www.coshoctoncanalroyalty.com. If you would like to sponsor a specific trophy or related event, please call Jacque Wagner at 740-502-1525. The Coshocton Royalty Advisory Committee is a recognized 501©4.

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