Softball 2019 [team portraits]

The Hopewell Indians Softball team is geared up and ready to conquer another season! Here are some of our team portraits, and some silly bloopers! :)

Hopewell Graduation 2019

On May 23, 2019 approximately 20 preschoolers enrolled at Hopewell School, part of the Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities graduated to kindergarten! Special awards were given out to amazing students, parents and helpers who have made this year so spectacular! Thank you to everyone who has supported this program, these kids and our community!

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Talent Show [2019]

Each year, CCBDD puts on a wonderful talent show! This year, we had 9 participants who danced, sang and rapped! Congratulations to everyone who participated— you did fabulous!

Staff Vs. Players [2019]

On March 26th the Hopewell Indians basketball teams took on the staff and volunteers in the annual “Staff Vs. Players” Game at Coshocton High School. The staff started strong and at the half were up— but the third and fourth quarters were a struggle. Once the final buzzer rang, the game was tied and the Staff and Players went into a 1 minute overtime. Just by the skin of their teeth, the Staff pulled off a win! Great job, everyone!

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Luncheon 2019

As March comes to a close, it’s so wonderful to take some time to reflect on how amazing Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is. We have been honored to be able to host our annual coloring and essay contest with all public schools in Coshocton County, held our annual Kiwanis Track and Field Days for youth and adults, competed in Special Olympics State Championship tournaments, held our annual Staff Vs. Players game, and we had an amazing luncheon where we were able to honor so many great community leaders who make Coshocton County so amazing to live, work and thrive in.

At our DD Month Luncheon we discussed how technology can assist people who have developmental disabilities be more independent and have fuller lives. We were also able to honor 7 different people/groups who make Coshocton County so amazing.

Local Hero Award: Frank Luce, RHDD

Employer Award: Fanatics

Community Partner Award: Wilma Griffith, Family Physicians

Dedication Award: Chaz Matthews, Captial Prosthetics & Orthotics

Dedication Award: Katie Christner, Hopewell Industries

Individual Spotlight Award: Todd Walker

Individual Spotlight Award: Jalen Berry

Thank you for making Coshocton County so great!