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News Outlook NewSpaper January 21, 2021 9 COMMUNITY Local LDS Church member returns from two year mission Submitted by Samone Ratcliff Elder Cody Sloan of Fultz Road in Rowan County, KY has returned from a two year mission, serving in both the California Irvine Mission and the California Newport Beach Mission, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Cody attends the Ow- mgsvr e "a in Wings- ville, Bath County, KY, a Ward rich in Latter-day Saint History with mem- bers living in Bath and many surrounding coun- ties. > Most missionaries are young people, like Cody, and are under the age of 25. They can be found serving in 399 missions throughout the world. They receive their assign- ment from Church head- quarters in Salt Lake City, Utah and are sent only to countries whee govern- ments allow tie Church to operate. They do not re- quest their area of assign- ment and do not know he forehand whether they will be required to learn a lan- guage. Single men serve missions for two years and single women serve mis- sions for 18 months. Service as a missionary in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is completely voluntary. Missionaries fund their own missions — except for their transportation to and from their field Of labor and are not paid ‘for their services. ' I asked Cody, a life- long member, about his thoughts leading up to the decision to place his educa- tion and plans for life on hold, to leave his home and family, to give two years of his life completely to the service of God and his fellow man. He told me that, although he always planned to serve a mission, as the time came to sub- mit his application he did indeed have some doubts. In his own words, “In pre- paring for a mission, or any large commitment in life for that matter, one is of- Photo courtesy of KYTC District 9 Office Crews removed enough of the landslide on KY >801 at Cave Run Lake to safely reopen one lane of the highway on Friday. Temporary name signals are in Use. Please use caution. Debris removal work is, exPe'dted' Ie’con- tinue for several days. Please check the KYTC District Nine Facebook page for the latest infor- mation. ‘ tentimes filled with doubt. So it was for me. I felt in- adequate and incapable of serving a full time mis- sion for the Lord. However, one promise is sure and steadfast, God will always strengthen our weakness- es when we humble our- selves (Ether 12:27). I felt that to be true all through- out my two year mission. Take a step in faith and see the miracles and feel the joy God will provide you.” Cody prepared for his mission at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, one of ten scattered throughout the world, and the largest training center of all. Here he learned how to teach the gospel in an orderly and clear way and, if necessary, he would have begun to learn the language of the people he would have been teach- ing. The Covid pandemic and its many restrictions came in to being while Cody was serving his mis- sion. Although it proved a challenge, with many missionaries being called home early from both here in the United States and abroad and all over the world, Cody was able to complete his mission while COMMUNITY CALENDAR Bath County Memo- rial Library Updates Due to the Pandemic, the Library is altering our services to keep our com- munity safe: The Library is open by appointment fi'om 9:30a- 5:00p Monday through Friday Call ahead- at 606- 674-2531. The library will continue to have comput- ers, printing. copying. and. fax services available. The Library will also have materials available for checkout by request through curbside services. The Library has materi- als available for checkout Advertisement for Alcohol License Notice smokestack Discount Tobacco Inc. d/b/a: Smoker Friendly Express Mart #5 hereby declares its intentionlspfo apply for a (NO Retail Malt Bever- Advertisement for Alcohol License Notice The Store at Preston, Ky, 6825 Preston Road, Owingsville, KY 40360, hereby declares intention to apply for a NQ Quota Retail Malt Beverage Package and NQ-4 Retail Malt Beverage Drink license no later than Jan. 14, 2021. The business to be licensed will be located at 6825 Preston Rd., Owingsville, KY 40360, doing business as The Store at Preston, Ky. The partners are as follows: Mike Cassidy, 6859 Preston Road, Owingsville, KY 40360 and Renee Cassidy, 6859 Preston Rd, Owingsville, KY 40360. Any persons, association, corporation, or body politic may protest the granting of the license by writing the Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 1003 Twilight Trail, Frankfort, KY 40601-8400, within 30 days (KRS 243.430) of the date of this legal publication. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 01.21.21 age Package) (Quota Retail Package) (Sampling License) license no later than January 31, 2021. The licensed premises will be located at 11 Miller Drive Owingsville KY 40360. The owner(s) and president is: Chris Patrick and Danni Patrick 21977 West US Highway 60 Olive Hill KY 41164. Any person, association, corporation, or body politic may protest the granting of the license(s) by writing the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 500 Mero Street 2NE33, Frankfort, Kentucky, 40601, within thirty (30) days of the date of legal publication. Published/n the Bath County News Outlook on 01.21.21 NOTICE APPLICATIOI FOR NQZ-RETAIL DRINK LICENSE AND SPECIL SUNDAY RETAIL DRINK LICENSE LOS TRES AGAVEtINC d/b/a LOS TRES AGAVES 53 Miller Drive, Ow- ingsville, KY 403601ereb declares its intention to apply for a NO TYPE 2-RETAIL DRINK LICENS AND A SPECIAL SUNDAY RETAIL DRINK LI- CENSE no later that January 31, 2021. The business to be licensed will be located at 53 Miller Drive, Owingsville, Kentucky, 40360 doing business as Los Tres Agaves. Tie owner and president is Javier Hernandez Aguilar, 53 Miller Drive, Owingsrille, KY 40360. Any person, association, corporation, or body politic may protest the granti of the license by writin the Depart- ment of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 5 Marc Street 2NE33, rankforf, Kentucky 40601 -8400, within thirty (30) days (KRS 243.430) of the date of this legal publication. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 01.21.21 still following the many re- strictions needed for safe service during these trying times. A typical missionary day for Cody and all young peo- ple serving begins by wak- ing at 6:30 am. for person- al study. The day is spent proselytizing, by following - up on appointments, visit- ing homes or meeting peo- ple in the street or other public places. Missionaries end their day by 10:30 pm. Missionaries avoid enter- tainment, parties or other activities common to this age-group as long as they are on their missions, so they can focus entirely on the work of serving and of teaching others the gospel of Jesus Christ. I asked Cody what he felt were some of the great- est lessons he learned on his mission. His reply was quick and I could tell it was not the first time he had considered this ques- tion. “Before my mission I had a knowledge of the atonement of Jesus Christ but I didn’t understand it” he said. “As I devoted my life to Christ, I came to understand His undying love for me and in infinite power of His atoning sacri- online if you need a li- brary card, call the library and we will help you check out books, movies, and more for free through Ken- tucky Libraries Unbound. The Bookmobile and the Sharpsburg branch will be returning to service as soon as poSsible. The Library will be closed on Saturdays dur- ing December Janu— wr‘ .- 9 ..‘.".\L§<'.‘4\ Rig)! Thank you for your pa- tience during this time. Jan. 24 Kentucky Blood Center Blood Drive Sunday, January 24 from fice. Yes, there are always consequences to action but Christ’s sacrifice is con— structive! We are to use it daily and allow it to help us improve a little bit each day and He will manifest His love to us more fully as we do.” Cody is fine young man and an assist to our com- munity. I can personally at— test that he has grown and matured as he has learned to serve God and those around him. I asked him if he had any closing words he would like me to be sure and include and here they are, “Life is full of ob- ligations, responsibilities, tasks, stresses, and more, but one thing I learned on my mission is that when we put God first, He will strengthen us in all things. He will fill our capacity when we cannot. He will support us that we fail not.” Welcome home, Cody Sloan. You have repre- sentedyourself, your fam- ily, your community, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and our Heavenly Father well. 10:30 am—2:30 pm Fellowship Hall First Church of God at 320 Slate Avenue Owingsville Blood donors must be 17 years old (16 with parental consent), weigh at least 110 pounds, be in general good health, show a photo ID. and meet additional requirements. Sixteen- year-oldvdonors must have a signed parental ,permisrg, sioninlipm Whiphhcannbsiii found at kybloodcenter. org. To schedule a donation, visit kybloodcenterorg or call 800.775.2522. ADVERTISEMENT FOR ALCOHOL LICENSE NOTICE [The Barnyard, LLC.], Mailing address [P.O. Box 1321, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353] Hereby declares intention to apply for a [Non-Quota type 4 Retail Malt Beverage Drink License and Quota Retail Drink License] no later than [January 31, 2021] . The business to be licensed will be located at 10005 W Highway 36, Sharpsburg, KY 40374. doing business as [The Barnyard Entertainment Venue] The (owner(s); Principal Officers) are as follows: [Christy Vice,'Kathy Smith, Donetta Dotson, 10005 W Highway 36, Sharpsburg, KY 40374]. Any person, association, corpora- tion,.or body politic may protest the granting of the licenses by writing the Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 500 More Street, Frankfort, Ky. 40601, within 30 days (KRS 243.430) of the date of this legal publication. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 01.14.21 and 01.21.21 Advertisement for Alcohol License Notice Dollar General Partners, a Kentucky general partnership, 100 Mission Ridge, Goodlettsville, TN 37072, hereby declares its intention to apply for NO Retail Malt Beverage Package Licenses no later than Janua ry 29, 2021 for Dollar General Store No. 2143 at 27 Cedar Creek Drive, Owingsville, KY 40360, Dollar General Store No. 11885 at '55 Kentucky Highway 801 North, Morehead, KY 40351, Dollar General Store No. 13436 at 3892 Vet- erans Memorial Highway, Sharpsburg , KY 40374 and Dollar General Store No. 17501 at 9243 E. Highway 60, Salt Lick, KY 40371. Dollar General Partners will be acting by and through its general partners, 06 Strategic Vl, LLC, a Tennessee limited liability company, whose officers are Steven Deckard, Chief Executive Officer and Jason Reiser, Chief Merchandising Officer and Secretary and DG Promotions, Inc., whose officers are Steven Deckard, Chief Executive Officer, John Garratt, Chief Financial Officer and Jason Reiser, Chief Merchandising Officer and Secretary, all with a mailing address of 100 Mission Ridge, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. Any person, as- sociation, corporation, or body politic may protest the granting of the license by writing the Department of Alcoholic Beverages, 500 Mero Street 2NE33, III‘IIIGII Ill Be the BBSII m t a IIIIEII 30 YEIIBS 0F SEBIIIBB: i av Qualltv nrlvo IIwav. Inc needs our drivers with urrrrrrrrror to rlollvor motorhomos Trucks. Buses. and Tractors throughout the usr. We have 20+ ulolruu locations. Must have I" uhvsloal and Ire willinll to Ireou loos. 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Pubished infhe Menifee County News Outlook on 01.21.21 Advertisement for Menifee County Schools Local Planning Committee , Public Forum and Meeting The Menifee County Schools' Local Planning Committee will conduct a PUBLIC FORUM on M 23, 2021, immediately following the Local Planning Committee muting at 5:30 pm at the Menifee County Elemen- tary Library, 59 Indian Creek Road, Frenchburg, KY 40322. This meeting is an informal gathering to encourage local participation through community suggestions relative to future utilization of existing school facilities and construction of new school facilities. These com- munity suggestioni or recommendations will be closely monitored by the Local PlanningCommitfee. The Local Planning Committee meeting will be immediately followed by the Public Forum of the Menifee County Local Planning Corrmittee. “This advertisemert was paid for by the Menifee County School Board using taxpayer dolars in the amount of $48." Published in the Menifee County News on 01.21.21 Frankfort, KY 40601, within thirty (30) days (pursuant to KRS 243.430) of the date of legal publication. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 01.14 01.21 of 2021 If You Received A Ba ain Hunt Store Receipt That howed More Than The Last 5 Digits Of Your Credit] Debit Card Number, Your Rights May Be Affected By A Class Action Settlement. Para infonnacion en expo/fol, visite el sitio web. What Is this lawsuit about? The lawsuit alleges that customers who used a credit or debit card at Bargain Hunt stores were provided with electronically—printed customer receipts which had more than the last five digits of their card number printed on the receipt Bargain Hunt denies any wrongdoing but is settling the claims in this lawsuit ‘ Who is Included in the Settlement? You are included in the Settlement if you used your personal credit or debit card‘at any Bargain Hunt store and you were provided with an electronically-printed customer receipt between August 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 that shows more than the last 5 digits of your card number. What are my rights? Submit A Clalm You can get up to flfl from the Settlement. To be ellgible for any money, you must submit a Claim Form by March 22, 2021 along with: (I) An originalor copy of a receipt from any Bargain Hunt store between August 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 showing more than the last 5 digits of your credit/debit card number; or (2) An original or copy of your credltldeblt card statement showing your first and last name, and a purchase from any Bargain Hunt store between August 1,2016 and June 30, 2017. Visit Fact:liecelpt$ettlement.com for more detailson benefits available and how'to submit Do Nothing — If you'do nothing, you will remain in the Settlement, but you will not receive any money from the Settlement, and you will be bound by the orders and judgment of the Court and give up your rights to sue for the claims resolved by this Settlement. Object ~ You can stay in the. Settlement and object to the Settlement Your objection must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator on or before February 5, 2021. Exclude Yourself If you do not want to be legally bound by the Settlement and you want to preserve your right to sue about the claims released by this Settlement, you must request to be excluded on or before February 5, 2021.lf you exclude yourself, you will not receive any money from this Settlement. The parties will request a Fairness Hearing before the Honorable Judge Andy Prather, Division 2, on Aprllvl, 2021} It 10:00 3.111. to decide whether to approve the settlement and to award attorneys’ fees and expenses to the Settlement Class Counsel appointed by the Court, plus Settlement Class Representatlve Incentive awards. If the hearing date/location changes, the updated information will be posted on the settlement website. Appllc'able pleadings will be posted on the website below after they are filed. You may attend this hearing, but you do not have to. If you want to be represented by your own lawyer, you may hire one at your own expense, but you do not have to. Thls Is a summary notice only. For more information about the Settlement, including the Long Form Notice and.Claim Form, please visit FactaRecelptSettlementcom or write Bargain Hunt Settlement PO Box 42546, Philadelphia, PA 19101-25460rcall1-833-913-4213. 1c3349134213