The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce and the Zanesville Jaycees are teaming up once again for their annual golf outing.
Chamber of Commerce President, Tom Poorman, said the outing always brings the community together for a good cause.
"We split the proceeds with the Jaycees, so half the money that we raise goes into the programs and the services the Jaycees provide to community all year long, and half the proceeds go in to Chamber programs and services, so it'...
A two day festival at Zane's Landing Park will celebrate the 4th of July before the bang.
Of course, the bang comes Saturday night with the annual fireworks show, but Zanesville Jaycees Vice President, Sean Brady, said the two day event on Friday and Saturday will prep people for the grand finale Saturday night. That show will be launched from the Y-Bridge. Brady says, even though the launching point will change, you'll still be able to view the show from Zane's Landing. ...
Do you have any clothes or toys you've been meaning to donate, but just haven't gotten around to it? Well, the Zanesville Jaycee's can help you out with that!
The Zanesville Jaycee's annual C-Day event starts Saturday morning on Z-92 FM radio. If you have gently used toys, clothes, furniture or canned goods that you would like to donate to the needy this holiday season, Jaycee members will swing by your home or business to pick up your donations.
The Zanesville Jaycees and WHIZ Media Group came together Saturday for the Jaycee's annual C-Day.
WHIZ's AC Carter put the word out over our Z92 radio station, while Jaycees answered phone calls and picked up items to donate to the Salvation Army this holiday season.
"Our economy is very poor right now, there are several people who need the help, they're out of jobs, and so it's important for us to try to give back to the community." said Jaycee Ben Whitacre. "Help...
An annual event celebrates the season of giving in Southeastern Ohio.
This Saturday, November 10, the Zanesville Jaycee's present C-day. The day is a way to collect clothing, toys, canned food and other gently used items, that will be donated to the Salvation Army to help families in Muskingum, Perry and Morgan counties.
"Our whole goal at the Zanesville Jaycees is to support the community," explained member Dave Mortimer. "We know that around the holidays and...
On Saturday afternoon, the first round of the 36th Zanesville District Golf Association Amateur is set to begin at River Greens Golf Course in West Lafayette. Defending champion Jesse Wilkin highlights a stellar field of amateurs looking to make more history. The following are tee times for the first day of play on Saturday. A link to second day tee times is provided to the left of the story under the title, "ZDGA Tee Times"
If you were listening to our very own Z-92 Saturday morning, you probably hear Christmas Music, it might seem a little early in the season but it was all for a good cause.
The Zanesville Jaycee's partnered with the Salvation Army for their annual C-Day. Residents could call in to the WHIZ Studios, donate gently used items, canned goods or other non perishable items and the Jaycees would come to your door step to pick them up.
A popular holiday event is moving weekends in order to help more people.
The Jaycee's sponsored C-Day is a way to collect clothing, toys, canned good and other gently used items for the Salvation Army. Taking part is as easy as picking up a phone. Residents with items can call into the WHIZ studios, give their address and the Jaycees will come to your home to collect items.
"The holiday season is all about giving," said Jaycee's member Ben Whitacre. "It's such...
A lemonade stand aimed to raise money for a good cause became sour when competition moved in.
Christ's Table sold lemonade this weekend at the Stars and Stripes on the River event in Downtown Zanesville. The non profit organization worked to raise money for the hungry and homeless. They were scheduled to be the only lemonade stand at the event ....when two other lemonade stands set-up shop looking to profit.
"It's hard for volunteers when they are giving up their holiday...