Several local Christian Churches united this morning on the Courthouse steps for a Palm Sunday Service.
Father Bertrand of St. Tomas Church says this kind of public announcement is important to the Christian faith.
After the service, which included singing, and reading from the Holy Scripture, and blessing of the palm, worshipers then marched in procession, east down Main Street. Father Bertrand says it’s symbolic of the procession of Christ.
Local artists belonging to ZAAP, that’s Zanesville Appalachian Arts Project, got another chance to display their artwork all over local city businesses tonight, including the Java House in Buchanan Square.
Art lovers young and old came out to get a glimpse of some of some of the most talented artists in our area.
ZAAP artwork was also displayed tonight at Bryans Interiors and Framing, The Ohio Education Credit Union, and Custom Frames.
This morning at Salt Creek Beagle Club on Irish Ridge Road in Philo, friends and family gathered together to mourn the loss of Adam Hill and to raise money for the three-month old daughter he left behind.
Hill was killed on March 5th in Duncan Falls in a truck accident. His widow, Celenna Hill and others coordinated a benefit to help raise money for the care of his daughter Madilyn.
Friends and family describes Adam as being outgoing and always willing to lend a hand....
Despite the weather, The Easter Egg Hunt at the Muskingum Family Y was still on. The only difference was they didn’t hide the eggs.
The Egg Hunt was almost cancelled, Roosevelt Middle School Advisor, Lisa Kaufman says she didn’t want to disappoint the children.
This is the second annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Muskingum Y. The event was for children ages 3 through 10. Over 1000 eggs, stuffed with Domino’s coupons and jellybeans were prepared for the hunt.