From walkers to runners, everyone was out today at the seventh annual EcoThon at the Wilds.
Director of communications, Larry Fletcher says “somewhere between 850-900 people came today to run or walk three to six miles on courses that cover trails through the woods, grass and certainly a lot of mud.”
People from all ages and all-over enjoyed the event.
The Zanesville Muskingum County Port Authority has some good economic development news. Muskingum County will soon be home to what are called the world’s largest printing machines.
Linear Color Corporation will soon be building a 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in the East Pointe Industrial Park. Inventor and founder of Linear Color, Tad Nakanishi will be bringing the world’s largest and fastest machines, here, specializing in billboard printing.
We were back at the 2004 Carr Center Cake Auction today and so were the crowds. Cake lovers cruised the tables and got a chance to view over 400 cakes. But the auction isn’t just about the cakes and incentives, it’s also an opportunity to help raise money for people in the community that need our help.
Carr Center Executive Director Sonya Mawhorter says the money donated will be used for a variety of programs this year, including their youth programs and Adult Daycare.