supporting C.A.S.S.-M.I.N.D. Academy – Autism Learning Center

President/Owner of Barnes Advertising

Maryjane is the proud daughter of Margaret Jane and Roderick W. Barnes of Zanesville. She is a graduate of Zanesville High School. Maryjane continued her education by attending The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Ceramic Engineering. In 1984 she joined the family business as a Sales Executive. Today, Maryjane is the President of Barnes Advertising Corporation. Along with her brother John Barnes, they own and operate 583 outdoor advertising faces in thirteen counties throughout Ohio. Maryjane is a Past President of the Outdoor Advertising Association of Ohio and past Board Member of the Muskingum Family Y. She also served as a member of the United Way of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan Counties Allocation Committee for seven years. Currently, Maryjane is serving as a Board Member of the Zanesville Downtown Association and the Muskingum County Business Incubator. Maryjane is also President-Elect Nominee of the Zanesville Daybreak Rotary Club.

She is a past Woman of Achievement recipient, receiving The Mary Vasht Jones Funk Business Award in 2007 and she was named Rotarian of the Year for 2010 / 2011.

Maryjane currently resides in Licking County (but hopes to be living in Zanesville soon) with her Wonderful and Patient Husband Jeff, their four cats Tommie, Rosa, Bandit and Skippy and their two horses Annie and Shoshoni.

Maryjane’s Dance Experience:

Lessons with Marjorie Holzschuher and the ZHS Devillettes

Fun Facts about Maryjane:
She currently lives in Licking County with her husband and four cats (Tommie, Rosey, Bandet and Skippy) and two horses (Shoshoney and Annie). Also Maryjane got her first hole-in-one at the Moundbuilders County Club this past summer.

C.A.S.S.-M.I.N.D. Academy – Autism Learning Center

The Autistic Learning Center is the first of its kind in the Muskingum County area. Cassandra McDonald, its CEO and Director, uses her unique talents and background to assist in the growth and development of the autistic child. Learn more.