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4 ! i. ! +i Tracie Faudere and Scott Guise Faudere, Guise announce their engagement, upcoming marriage Gary L. and Mary Ann Faudere of Montgomery County High School Mt. Sterling announce the engage- and theUniversityofKentucky. She ment and forthcoming marriage of is employed by Fayette County Pub- their daughter, Tracie L. Faudere, to lic Schools. Scott R. Guise, son of Robert and The prospective groom is a grad- Andrea Guise of Lexington. uate of Lexington Catholic High Tracie is the grandaughter of Dai- School and Thomas More College. sy Faudere and the late Herman L. He is employed by Bank One. Faudere of Owingsville and Millard The ceremony is planned for July Jr. and Lorena Petitt of Sharpsburg. 2 in Bermuda. The bride-elect is a graduate of Birth Announcement Fletcher works to I strengthen worker retirement security Rep. Ernie Fletcher(R-KY)joined House Education and the Workforce Chairman John Boehner (R-OH) and , .... Employer-Employee Relations Sub- . committee Chairman Sam Johnson :; (R-TX) to introduce legislation that will help protect and strengthen re- " ' ,;  I tirement security for Kentucky work- + ers. r,  "Kentucky's workers should not -  have to worry about the safety of their retirement security," said Rep. Fletcher. "We need to equip them i with the tools they need to make I sound, informed decisions and en- hance their retirement savings." Taylor Clay Coffey The Pension Security Act, based Larry Coffey and Casey Donald- on the President's reform plan, in- son announce the birth of a son, cludes the following worker protec- Taylor Clay Coffey. He was born on tions: November 29, 2001, at Mary Chiles Workers will have the Freedom Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 21 inches long at to Diversify- After participating for birth, three years in a401 (k) plan, employ- Maternal grandparents are Char- ees will have the right to sell compa- letta Donaldson of Mt. Sterling and ny stocks and diversifying other in- vestment options. David Donaldson of Sharpsburg. Workers will have Access to Maternal great grandparents are Elsie Quality Worker Advice - Employers Green of Owingsville and the late will be encouraged to make invest- Findley McCarty and the late Roger ment advice available to their em- Clay Donaldson. ployees. Qualified financial advisors Paternal grandparents are Larry would be allowed to offer invest- Coffey of Owingsville and Patricia ment advice only if they promise to Smith of Morehead. Paternal great- act solely in the interests of the work- grandparents are the late Omer and ers they advise, the House passed Hazel Coffey of West Liberty and similar legislation, the Retirement Jason Smith of Campton and the late Security Advice Act, last November Delcie Smith. Happy Birthday William Reed!! From All Of Us At Foodland Fast ' Personal ! Service Brenda S. Gabbard, Owner/Tax Preparer Debbie Weiner, Tax Preparer- Erica Francis, Receptionist Alicia Gabbard, Receptionist Specializing In Individual and Small Business Tax Returns Call (859) 499'0032 223 Windsor Drive, Mt. Sterling, KY, (Farm Bureau Building) THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.---Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 /?' Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Jones G.B. and Hazel Jones to celebrate golden anniversary family and friends G.B. and Hazel Otis Jones will children. Their children will host a celebrate their 50th wedding anni- party at the Civic Center in Mt. Ster- versary March 6. They were married ling on Sunday, March 3, from 1-4 in 1952attheFirstChurchofGodin p.m. All relatives and friends are Mt. Sterling. They have a son, Day- invited. No gifts please. id, a daughter-in-law and two grand- without any action on the Senate. Workers will Receive Better Information about Their Pensions - Companies would be required to give workers quarterly benefit statements on their accounts. The information will include the value of their assets, their rights to diversify and the im- portance of maintaining a diversi- fied portfolio. Employers have a Fiduciary Responsibility to Their Workers - The legislation clarifies that compa- nies have a fiduciary dtaty for work- ers' investments during a blackout period. Search for Mrs. Bath County International announced Applications are now being ac- cepted for the title of Mrs:Bath Coun- tyan official preliminary to the Mrs. Kentucky International Pageant, which is to be presented at the Hun- tington City Auditorium on June 8 and 9, 2002. The woman chosen asMrs. Bath County International will become an ambassador from the Bath County area and will receive an Official title and sash. The woman chosen as Mrs. Kentucky International will receive a wonderful prize package! Competitions will include inter- view, aerobic wear and evening gown. There is no swimsuit compe- tition. The new Mrs. Kentucky' Interna- tional 2002 will compete at the Mrs. International Pageant which will be held in August 2002 at the Louise Mandrell Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee with Bob Eubanks as our celebrity host! Married women living in the Bath County area that are interested should call 304-453-6443. It's Your Money February 2002 By Jonathan Miller, Kentucky State Treasurer The results are in...and the launch of Kentucky's Affordable Prepaid Tuition (KAPT) was an unqualified success! Despite a weak economy and the shadow of September l 1, we heat even our loftiest projections, as more than 2600 families from over 100 counties across the state "got KAPT," making it much edsier to afford a college education for their children. But there's more good news...KAPT IS BACK! Our spring enrollment period began February 1 and lasts until April 15, giving Ken- tucky families another opportunity to help make the future for their children or grandchildren a little brighter. Over the last few months, I have received numerous phone calls, let- ters, and e-mails from parents and grandparents who missed our fall enrollment deadline, yet wanted to get KAPT for their kids. Now they can, and you can too, simply be call- ing us toll-free at (888) 919-KAPT or checking us out on the web at You'd Be 280 Happy 40th Birthday Plus, FREE Installation on both receiversl Buy a DISH Network satellite "IV system for as little as $199 and get a second receiver FREE! 1 I  7 Sports Channels 5 Video Music Channels . ;, ', j 15 Family Channels 2 Spanish Channels .:ffD.Z , nes/Info Channels  Comme,c+amee  Movie Cheanels ;,udio Music Channels 19 Variety Channels 12 Public Interest 9 Learning Channels Channels *3 months free of America's '1"o1 100 programming package requires a valid major credit card, activation of two receivers and a 12-month commitment to America's Top 100. ; * Local channels not available in all markets. Staton Electronics & Satellite Sales Phone: 606-674-9159 or Toll Free: 1-877-290-8745 2482 Old Sand Road, Owingsville, KY 40360 www.statonelectronics.com We accept all major credit cards Get Amedca's Top 100 FREE for 3 months, Casey Donaldson and Larry Donaldson, Coffey plans for upcoming l+arry Coffey and Casey Donald- son announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Casey is the daughter of Charletta and David Donaldson. She is the grandaughter of Elsie Green of Ow- ingsville. She is a 2001 graduate of Bath County High School. Larry is the son of Larry Coffey and Patricia Smith. He is a 2000 graduate of Bath County High School. TO old son natued Ta' The ceremony March 25, 2002, at Norlhside Church of way 36 in Owin will flllow at the All family and come to attend. www.getKAPT.com. This spring, l will again be trav- eling the state, visiting schools, court- houses and community forums, pro- moting KAPT for all Kentucky fmw ilies. By April 15, we will have spread KAPT's message through grassroots efforts in all of Kentucky'. 120 coun- ties. At the same time, I hope to clear up a couple of common misunder- standings. For one, many parents think that by signing up for KAPT, you are committing to a particular school, or that you will be required to send your child to a Kentucky public university, as is with some state fi- nancial aid programs. But neither assumption is true. Unlike other state progrmns, your KAPT investment can be used at any institution of higher education, pub- lic or private, anywhere in the coun- try. So if your 10-year-old has dreams of University of Kentucky, Notre I)ame or Harvard. cidc now-get lege education affordable (tccides to g(,. Still other Kentuc lieve that they cann0 lege education for matter what prograt maybe they Value Plan--which ition at Kentuck, technical colle as $1 a day for dlers. That's less Pepsi a day to education! So if you missed u now until April (888) 919-KAPT the web at www. KAPT help you ucation for your children. Stay informed. Read the public notices in The Bath County Daytona June 3-8, 2002 Bath Countians Invited! An xciting vacation excursion to Florida and Disneyworld has been completely arranged for June 3-8 by Richard Jett Tours. The six-day adven- ture will leave from near- b27 Winchester, from the Shell Station, at 1-64 Exit 94, on Monday morning, June 3, and return June 8. The super-interesting vacation tour will include a day at Disne' transportation, lodging and time on the popular beach details on this, more fun- cost vacations. chard J ett 396,Campton, ! Tel: 606-6684 606-668-3991 TIRED OF LOW CD CALL ME!!! (Additional .50% first year bonus Flex 8 Flex 8 6.95%* 7.45%* 8. 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