It's the time of year when many people start thinking about what they're thankful for.
Foxfire High School held a luncheon Tuesday to thank their community partners for the support and help they offer year-round.
"We just want them to understand the gratitude we have for them working with us." said Outreach Coordinator Tami Porter "It's a nice chance for them to be in the school, interact with the students, because we do have student speakers and servers."...
Some local students hit the trails of Zane Landing Park Friday morning to raise awareness of a potentially deadly illness.
Foxfire High School put on their 4th annual 1500 mile Diabetes Walk and Run relay. Foxfire School Nurse Linda Barker says the goal is not only increasing awareness of the disease, but how it can also be prevented.
"We do have a lot of students that it's mandatory that they walk and we want them to get out and get healthy," said Barker.
Around 20 students, spent more than 26 hours putting together 1,000 coupon books for a local service organization.
The coupon books from Christ's Table mimic payment books like the ones used for loan repayment. The hope is that people will use these booklets as a way to remember to give to an organization that helps fill the stomachs of many needy in our area.
"It's difficult to budget because other than our monthly income from the United Way we don't know what donations are...
The Zanesville community gathered today to remember a well-loved teen. A walk, poker run, and benefit at the Zanesville Eagles was held today to raise money for the Beau Greiner Scholarship Fund. Beau Greiner attended Foxfire High School and was killed in a car accident on November 24th of last year. Today was dedicated to honoring him and providing a tribute to his family.
Foxfire employee, Matt Abbott says, "Beau touched not only the students his peers he went to school with, he...
You might notice the downtown area is a little cleaner today.
Local students were cleaning and sprucing up downtown Zanesville as part of Clean Up Day.
Manager of the Zanesville Downtown Association Dana Matz said this is part of what the city does each year to keep the streets polished. Matz said they coordinate a program for Foxfire High School students to get out of class and help preserve our area.
"It's an excellent program we've been doing it for years the...
Dancers of all ages took the stage, dancing their way to make a difference.
Sunday at Foxfire High School was the annual Dance and Twirling Contest. All the proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Organizer, Pat Payne, says the event raised $2,500 last year, but raising money for cancer research is not the only benefit for the children performing.
"It is excellent, it gets them off the couch and doing something beneficial that will benefit them the...