All graduates & friends of Zanesville City Schools are invited to attend this meeting to be held at the Zanesville City Schools Administration Bldg., 160 N. 4th St. in Zanesville at 7pm.
Held at Bob Evans from 4-10pm. Proceeds to benefit victims of house fires. For more info call Joseph Frame at 740-607-9601
Guernsey SWCD will host this clinic from 5pm-8pm at the conference room across from the SWCD office. Reservations needed by 2/14/11. Call Joe Lehman at Guernsey SWCD at 740-432-5624 to reserve a spot.
On Tuesday, January 11th at 7pm at the Zanesville City Schools Administration Building on 4th St.
Singers over 50 can join this group to audition at 9:30am in sanctuary of Centenary U M Church in Granville, Ohio. For more info call Chris Black at 740-366-5042.
Held at Roseville Presbyterian Church from 10am-? Lunch served. For more info call Sue Pride at 697-2061.
Presented by the Fellowship of Christ's Community and Central Presbyterian Church, with Mike & Mary Beth Ward on Friday, January 7th at 7pm at Central Presbyterian Church, 40 N. 6th St in downtown Zanesville. The $6 admission fee will go in its entirety to benefit the Fellowship of Christ's Community.
Presale tickets are available for $5 at the Chruch office or at Mike Ward Music Center.
For all parents & players on Sunday, January 9th at East Muskingum Middle School at 6pm.
51st year Coburn United Methodist Church VEP Class Annual Pancake Day on Saturday, February 5th from 8am-1pm. The cost is $6 for adults & $4 for children 10 & under. Pre-ordered whole hog sausage is $3 per pound. The church is located at 3618 N. Maple Avenue in Zanesville. For more information call 454-0186.
The annual Dresden basketball "Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship: is scheduled for Sunday, January 9th from 11am-1pm at Tri-Valley High School. Eligible participants are 10-14 year-old girls & boys. Participants must be 10 years old by January 1, 2011.
Registration will begin at 11am. The Father John D. Kempf Knights of Columbus Council of Dresden sponsors the competition. This is the nineteenth consecutive year for the event.
Following the council competition, winners advance progressively to district, regional, and state finals.