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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Jan. 5, 2011 9 I This week's Honors Board selectees were chosen with great pride by Mr. Chris Howard, Agriculture teacher at BCHS. Howard has taught both students in a number of ag classes during their high school careers, and has found them both to be exemplary students. Junior Kimberly Crum was selected by Howard due to the maturity and willingness to help others she has demonstrated in his class, specifically being on time for class, not afraid to get her hands dirty in welding and woodshop projects, working well with others, pleasant personality, and production of quality projects. "Kim is an easy choice for student of the week in my opinion. I feel that Kim has a bright future ahead of her in whatever directions she decides to go," stated Howard. Kim admits she is a hard worker, and a member of the Wildcat Club. She enjoys hanging out with friends, playing basketball, riding four-wheelers, and being outdoors. She loves Ag classes, and Iearning about animals and their care. She is considering joining National Guard, but has not made a final decision. "Either way, I know I'll be doing something good with my life; I can thank Mr. Howard for that," commented Crum. Also selected was senior Aaron Watson, taught by Howard in classes that include Small Power and Equipment, Floral Design, Greer/house, Ag Leadership, and Agriscience. Howard's decision to select Watson reflects his promptness in class, willingness to try new things that require him to be in front of his class, politeness to teacher as well as other students, willingness to travel to various FFA contests and help other students arrive on time, timeliness in completion of quality work within class and during lab, and leadership skills. "Aaron has been an active FFA member in our chapter for four years. He currently serves as an officer showing true FFA leadership by putting other students' needs in front of his own. I have no doubt that whatever direction Aaron decides .to go he has a bright futureahead of him in hiscareer c oice," statedHoward. Along with serving as FFA officer, Watson is currently president of the BCHS BETA Club. He feels he has shown improvement each year on his SAEP (Supervised Agricultural Experience Program)/ Beef Q Production projea . He loves being on the farm, and also enjoys shooting rifle for 4-H, riding four-wheelers, and spending time with friends. Upon ar Tin new nes or graduation he plans to attend University of Kentucky and major in Bio-systems engineering. Specializing in the removal of Viruses, Spyware and Malware. 160 Catnip Ct. Carlisle', KY 859-648.0579 jcmccord@gmail.com www.jeremymccord.com Frankfort, KY- while driving could A warning from get a fine, starting Kentucky Highway New Years Day. officials: Drivers Those under age 18 who send and receive caught using a cell text messages on phone while behind their cell phones the wheel will have to pay up as well. now replace courtesy Kentucky's new cautions with texting law has citations, according been in effect since to Boyd Sigler of July, but after a the Kentucky Office six month warning of Highway Safety. period police will FLEMINGSBURG 1180 Kendall Lane $139,500 367 Meadow Lane $125,000 SHARPSBURG 40 Forest Ave 737 Convict Pike $95,000 $48,000 PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR OUR EXTENSIVE INVENTORY OF FARMS AND BUILDING LOTS!!!! www.mattoxrealestate.com CARLISLE 105 Locust Ave, Clark Hills $149,500 557 Sharon Way $184,000 4282 Myers Rd $16,500 435 Sharon Way $65,000 406 W. Second St $85,000 Tracy D. Linville 859-588-2038 210 Tureman Ave $59,000 Tracy D. Linville 859-588-2038 216 E. Chetsnut $87,500 Owner/Agent 115 W. Main St $65,000 Johnny Purcell 859-333-2126 301 Kennedy Heights $99,500 Loren Clark 859-749-6490 Catnip Ct $65,00o Dana Lenox 859-588-5527 309 Douglas Court $99,500 2276 Upper Jackstown Rd. 7 acres $39,900 Loren Clark 859-749-6490 715 Moorefield Rd 1.24 acres $119,900 Dana Lenox 859-588-5527 159 Calcutta Rd 1.79 acres $75,OOO 400 Concrete Rd $225,000 Mark Mattox 859-749-0828 Steve Linville 859-473-0996 MARK Donna Gail Mattox 859-749-1325 Johnny Purcell 859-333-2126 Dana Lenox Cliff Williams Tracy D. Linville 859-588-5527 859-229-4601 859-588-2038 Loren Clark Jesse Hurst 859-749-6490 859-707-7741 & REAL ESTATE BROKER, INC. 3740 Maysville Rd Carlisle, KY 40311 859-289-5720 Visit our websit at www.mattoxrealcstate.com