Stop and talk with first responders at event

| June 9, 2015

COSHOCTON – The Greater Coshocton Community Watch will sponsor a Stop & Talk program with Coshocton’s first responders, police, fire and EMS. Come and meet Coshocton’s finest. The program will be a spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 12, at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 404 S. Seventh St.

The dinner will be hosted by Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers and Coshocton City Fire Chief Mike Layton. The public is invited, there is no cost and seating is limited.

Come and meet Coshocton’s newest K-9 Henata. Also in attendance will be members of the Citizens For A Safe Coshocton Committee, to say thank you to the citizens for supporting and passing the Safety Income Tax Levy. The Committee will also make a donation to the Sheriff’s Office from funds left over from the tax levy campaign. Come and have a great time and enjoy a great meal.

Greater Coshocton Community Watch is a program sponsored by Greater Coshocton Community Development Corporation (501)(c)(3).

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