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8 - February 2, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook LOCAL NEWS Letters to Edito SUPPORT MEETING Drug and Alcohol Support Meeting, Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church, Maple/Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY - Winter - Tuesday and Thursdays, 7:30 p. m. Open meeting on Tues- day and Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Public welcome, come for fellowship or learn about the problems associated with abusing drugs or alcohol, Mike M 606-336-2602. CAVE RUN AUCTION Located 3 miles on South Hwy 211, Salt Lick Beginning AUGUST 3 and EVERY WEDNES- DAY at 7 p.m. loads of new & used merchan- dise. Come check us out. Climate controlled build- ing, & plenty of parking Mike Phipps Auction- eer P2276, 606-356-2672 Connie Skaggs Owner Operator, 606-768-2042 Call for more informa- tion. Great place to buy gifts-we do have loads of new and old items includ- ing antiques! Merchan- dise varies weekly. ACRYLIC PAINTING CLASSES Acrylic Painting Class- es will be held Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 18, 25. Cost: $27 per person. Supplies: one 16x20 canvas or canvas board. Where: Kentucky Market Pavilion. Exit 123 on 1-64. Call 606-674- 6688 to reserve a spot. CHRISTIAN SOCIAL SERVICES FISH FRY & AUCTION CHRISTIAN SOCIAL SERVICES FISH FRY & AUCTION! Friday, Feb. 3, 5-8 p.m. Christian So- cial Services has the op- portunity to purchase the building where they are presently located and give permanence to their benevolent ministry to our Bath County Com- munity. To do so, it is nec- essary to raise $25,000 by March. The B6ard of Directors is encouraging all 60 churches in Bath County to join together in support of this proj- ect. Christian Social Ser- vices is the outreach arm of the churches in Bath County, and our mini- try is vital to families in need of help. In addition to the above project, all churches are asked to support CHRISTIAN SO- CIAL SERVICES SUN- DAY on February 5, and receive a special offering for this project. Togeth- er, we can reach our goal and secure the ministry of Christian Social Ser- vices for years to come. Be involved! CELEBRATE RECOVERY Celebrate Recovery will be held at Botts Christian Church, every Monday, 7 p.m.. For more information, call 859-585-8688 or 606- 768-8011. 212 East 2nd St. * Maysville, KY 41056 June Ann Brodford, Owner'/Operol"or Phone Shop: 606-564-0098 Cell: 606-202-1086 Fax: 6{)6-798-2367 BENEFIT DINNER There will be a benefit dinner held at the Pres- ton First Church of God on Jan. 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. The benefit will be for Paula Johnson, who suffered from a severe stroke. Adults are $6, children $3. All are wel- come. BENEFIT DINNER AT BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH There will be a night of fun and fundraising on Feb. 17, at the Beth- el Baptist Church. The benefit will be held for Bobby Shaw, who needs our help in fighting can- cer. There will be a pulled pork meal at 6 p. m. fol- lowed by an auction and cornhole tournament. If you want more informa- tion or want to donate auction items contact Mike Combs, 859-619- 1111 or Ray Wells, 606- 359-1437. DRUG & ALCOHCL SUPPORT MEETIIG. SALT LICK Free Will Baptist Church. Maple/Wa- ter Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Winter - Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting ..... Pub- tic Welcome ....... Share your experience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. THE BATH COUNTY MEMORIAL LIBRARY The Bath County Me- morial Library is now of- fering classes in Basic Computing at their new Workforce Center. Job seekers can learn how to set up an email account, conduct an online job search, fill out an online application, and write an effective resume. Class- es will be offered on Feb- ruary 2, 5:30 to 6:30 p. m., and February 14, 1 to 2 p. m. Registration is free. Contact the library at 674-2531 and ask for Holly. SKYWARN@ SKYWARN@ Spotter Training Classes, Feb- ruary 6 at 6:30 p.m, Bath County Agricultural and Education Center, 2914 East Highway 60, Ow- ingsville. Class will be conducted by Tony Ed- wards with the Nation- al Weather Service-Jack- son. Everyone is encour- aged and invited to at- tend. MOVIE NIGHT Menifee County fiab- tic Library presents IVov- ie Night, February 14 at 4:30 p.m with Ice ?ge: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. CELEBRATE RECOVERY Celebrate Recov- ery. Owingsville United Methodist Church. Ev- ery Sunday, 6 p. m. LIVING FREE Living Free, dependen, cy classes. New Life Fel- lowship. Wednesday, 6 p.m. OWINGSVILLE WOMAN'S CLUB Owingsville Woman's Club meets Feb. 2 'at 6 p. m. at the Bath County Memorial Library. Call Eva Orme at 674-6758 for information. FIRST FRIDAY ART GAIJ.,ERY First Friday Art Gal- lery Opening Reception at The Gateway Region- al Arts Center on Main Street in Downtown Mt. Sterling, Feb. 3. A Won- derful opportunity to catch the latest art ex- hibits from 4:30-7:00 pm each first Friday of the month. Talk with the artists, begining at 5:30 pm. Enjoy light refresh- mentsl Free and open to the public.Phone: 859- 498-6264. ARTISANS GRANT MEETING Artisans Grant Meet- ing, 6:30 p. m., February 6, at the Clark Energy Bldg., Frenchburg FRENCHBURG/ MENIFEE COUNTY CHABER OF COMMERCE Frenchburg/Me- nifee County Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting, 5 p. m. , Feb- ruary 7, at the Cham- ber of Commerce Office, Frenchburg RETIRED TEACH- ER'S MEETING Retired Teacher's Meeting, Noon, Febru- ary 9 at the Wellness Center, Frenchburg REVITALIZATION MEETING Revitalization Meeting (Trail Town) 2:30PM, February 13 at the Clark Energy Bldg., French- burg ADVENTURE TOUR- ISM Adventure Tourism Meeting, 7PM, February 14 at the Courthouse, Frenchburg OPEN MIC NIGHT Open Mic Night in the Small Performance Caf6 at the Gateway Region- al Arts Center. Thurs- day, Feb. 16. Doors open at 6:30pro and includes live performances of mu- sic, poetry and more. Free admission. Held every 3rd Thursday of the month. Call 859-498- 6264. The Menifee County Cooperative Extension Service The Menifee Coun- ty Cooperative Exten- sion Service will be host- _ing a Hunter Educa- tion Course February 16th-18th. Attendance at all three sessions is re- quired to receive your Hunter Education Card. On the evenings of the 16th and 17th, class- es will be from 6:00-9:00 p.m. On Saturday, the 18th, class will be from 10:00 a.m.--2:00 p.m. Benefit Dinner at the Bethel Baptist Church Benefit Dinner at the Bethel Baptist Church. There will be a night of fun and fundraising on Feb. 17 at the Beth- el Baptist Church. The benefit will be for Bob- by Shaw, who needs our help in fighting cancer There will be a pulled pork meal at 6 p. m. fol- lowed by an auction and cornhole tournament. If you want more infor- mation or want to do- nate auction items, con- tact Ray Combs, 859-619- 1111, or Ray Well, 606- 359-1437 The 4-H Shooting Sports team The 4-H Shooting Sports team will meet on Monday, February 20 at 1:00 p.m. on at the shoot- ing range on Ponder Branch Road for regu- lar practice. If you would like to attend, or need further information, con- tact the Menifee County Extension Service. To Whom It May Con- cern: The prospect of pill mills coming into Bath Coun- ty is absolutely insane. Isn't there enough of our young, middle-aged, and some seniors dying in our county now without this even being thought about? What in God's name is happening to country, state, and people? Must we stand by and watch people we care about and love destroy themselves through drugs or do something about it? Peo- ple, people, people of Bath County stand up for your rights and take the appro- priate action and remove the drugs from this coun- ty and help others do the same, by signing petitions and helping law enforce- ment. Call the Governor's hotline, 1-502-564-2611 and express your opin- ion. If you do not act on this now, you will definite- ly suffer in the long. Let's come together and act re- sponsibly. James W. Johnson Richard Evans Declares Candidacy for thirteenth .District State Senator Montgomery County business owner and farm- er Richard Evans (D) offi- cially announced his candi- dacy to serve as State Sen- ator for the redrawn 13th District when he filed for the seat on January 25. As Senator, Evans says he will bring new vision, energy, and leadership to the people of the 13th Dis- trict. His focus will be on bringing new jobs and eco- nomic stability to the dis- trick improving education, protecting benefits for se- niors and veterans, and battling the drug epidem- ic. Evans comes from a long line of tobacco and cattle farmers. He also owns Bluegrass Compo- nents, a wood truss manu- facturing company. Evans is currently a member of the Montgomery County Vocational School Adviso- IS mar- ried to Lisa Patton. The couple is expecting their first child in May. After completing ele- mentary school at Mt. Ster- ling Christian School and middle school at Clark Co. Christian School, Evans graduated from Montgom- ery County High School. In high school he was ac- tive in basketball, football and FFA. He went on to at- m- versity and University ot Kentucky. The 13th District be- came open as a product of the recent redistricting by the General Assembly. The district includes Ma- son, Lewis, Robertson, Fleming, Bath, Montgom- ery, Nicholas and Har- rison counties. Primary elections will be held on May 22, 2012. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service announces sign-up periods for three national conservation initiatives USDNs Natural Re- sources Conservation Service (NRCS) has an- nounced that the first of three ranking period cut- off dates for the Environ- mental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Organic, High Tunnel (Hoop Hous- es) and On-Farm Energy Initiatives is February 3, 2012. Producers interest- ed in any of these three programs should submit applications to their local NRCS office by the dead- line so that their applica- tions canbe considered during the first ranking pe- riod of 2012. The Organic Initiative will focus on individuals who are currently certi- fied Organic or are tran- sitioning to become certi- fied Organic. NRCS pro- vides assistance to eligible producers for installation of conservation practices on agricultural operations related to organic produc- tion. The Season High Tun- nel (Hoop House) Initia- tive will assist producers to extend the growing sea- son for high value crops in an environmentally safe manner. This initiative will also assist in improv- ing plant quality, soil quali- ty, air quality, reducing nu- trient and pesticide trans- port, along with reducing energy use as well. The On-Farm Energy Initiative will be used to specifically address ener- gy conservation through practice implementation and for development of En- ergy Conservation Plans. Local NRCS offices will accept applications on a continuous basis. The first ranking period cut-off date as mentioned is February 3, 2012. The second cut- off ranking date is March 30, 2012 with the third cut- off date being June 1, 2012. For more information, call NRCS District Con- servationist Edsel Boyd, at 859498-5654 ext 3 or visit the Owingsville NRCS and Bath County Conservation District office at 71 Miller Drive, Owingsville. 00uttons & 00ows Wedding & Prom Dresses 0000xed00's Available Also ii ?i'2 j Alterations Included in i Price of Dress J Valentine's Boxed Candy, Stuffed Bears Anything for your sweatheartl $125/MONTH* NEVER FELT SO GOOD. Conquer Rising Energy Costs While Enjoying The Ultimate In Indoor Comfort. 859-585-99/,/, CLIMATE SOLUTIONS LLC. 11,5 Queen St Mt SterLing www.Your CLimate Solutions,corn 24hrs. Emergency service A /i=4E r RELIABLE, ENERGY EFFICIENT, CLEAN AIR FOR THE HOME. W