Newspaper Archive of
Bath County News - Outlook
Owingsville, Kentucky
February 21, 2002     Bath County News - Outlook
PAGE 12     (12 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 12     (12 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 21, 2002

Newspaper Archive of Bath County News - Outlook produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

School notebook . Essay Winners m Essay winners in the "Kentucky Grandparent of the Year" essay con- test. sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Ken- tucky Retired Teachers' Association are pictured from the left are: Ashley Spurlock, Megan Goldie, Chelsea Razor, Christopher Hardin, Dillon Ingram and Allen Razor. The contest was open to fifth grade students at Bath County Middle Scool. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) people 50 and over. I! provides in- formation and resources: advocates on legislative, consumer and legal issues: assists members to serve their communities: and otters a wide range of unique benefits, special products and services for its members. These benefits include AARP Webplace at www.aarp.org, Modern Maturity and My Generation magazines. and the monthly AARP Bulletin. Active in every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP celebrates the attitude that age is just a number and life is what you make of it. County contest winner m Bath County Middle School fifth grade student Ashley Spurlock is the first county winner in the "Kentucky Grandparent of the Year" essay contest sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association. Spurlock is pictured ir, the center with Arnold Stacy, president of the Bath County Retired Teachers Association and Janet Church, chair of the essay contest. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) County winner named in 'Grandparent of the Year' Essay Contest A Bath County Middle School studem is tire first county winner in the "Kentucky (handparent of the Year" essay contest, sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Rt'tfied Teachers' Association. Ashley Spurlock, Owingsville, is among thmsantls of Kentucky fifth gradels who pallicipaled in the essay competifim. '[he event began in Augusl. A,ddey received a framed certificale tkr her el]'orts. Spurhck's winning entry will be submitled for dislrict competition. She and olhm dislrict winners then become eligible to participate in the stale finals. The event cuhninates wilt) the naming of a state winner next April. The state winner and his or her "Grandparent of the Year" will be recognized in a ceremony at the state Capitol in 2002. More than I(X) KRTA units and local AARP chapters statewide helped to secure local school partic- ipation, to promote the activity and serve as local contest judges. The essay competition was orga- nized to recognize the significant contributions that Kentucky seniors make in the lives of the state's young people. In Kentucky and nationwide, increasing numbers of adults 50 and over are the primary caregivers to minor children. In 2000, more than 57,000 children under 18 lived in homes headed by their grandparents. That figure is an 18 percent increase above 1990 totals. AARP is a non-profit, nonparti- san membership organization for BCHS menu February 25-March 1 Breakfast Monday - sausage/cheese biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Tuesday - grilled cheese, fruit/ juice, milk Wednesday - ham/cheese biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Thursday - sausage/gravy biscuit, fruit or juice, milk Friday - breakfast pizza, fruit or juice, milk Lunch Chef salad every day Monday - french bread pizza, french fries/ketchup, buttered corn, chocolate chip cookie Tuesday - chili dog/ketchup, co1€ slaw, peach pie, milk Wednesday chicken nuggets/ sauce, mashed potatoes, brown beans, baked apples, corn bread, milk Thursday - taco salad/chips, let- tuce/tomatoes, cheese sauce, sliced pears, taco sauce, milk Friday - cheesburger/bun, chips, lettuce/tomatoes/pickles, peach cups, milk Bethel menu February 25-March 1 Breakfast Juice or fruit served with all break- fast Monday - cereal, doughnut, milk Tuesday - biscuit; gravy, milk There's some pretty high-tech equipment on the farm these days. The same is true at Fleming-Mason Energy. We're always looking for cutting-edge technology to help us maintain the reliable, affordable ,ervice you deserve. So you have more time for the important things, like friends and family. Technology changes. Our philosophy doesn't. You do your best for your friends and neighbors. Fleming-Mason Energy A Touchstone Energy" Cooperative /£ , i i THE BATtl COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 1 Bethel Elementary revisited--some former students of Bethel Elementary School vis- ited the school in December. They are now seniors at Bath County High School in the class of 2002. Mrs. Bonnie Bowling and other staff members welcomed them to the school. Mrs. Carol Laferty, one of their senior advisors and business teacher at Bath County High School, accompanied them as they reminisced about happy Elementary. Students pictured are right: Cyndy Hawkins, Jessica Hum Dale, Chelsey Cline, Cassie Mitchell, Becky Richmond, Julie Jordan McVey, Justin Harmon. Ricky Bryan, and Larry Moore, Jr. Wednesday - pancake, syrup, sau- sage Thursday - breakfast pizza, milk Friday - cereal, graham crackers, milk Lunch Monday - hot dog on bun, french fries, fruit, milk Tuesday - grill cheese sandwich, potato rounds, apricots, milk Wednesday - pizza, mixed fruit, corn on the cob, milk Thursday - fish nuggets, brown beans, baked apples, corn bread, milk Friday - chicken strips, french fries, fruit cup, milk OES menu February 25-March 1 Breakfast Monday - cereal, cinnamon toast, fruit or juice, milk Tuesday - oatmeal, fruit turnovers, fruit or juice, milk Wednesday - ham biscuits, fruit or juice, milk Thursday - cereal, honey graha- ms; fruit or juice, milk Friday - breakfast pizza, fruit or juice, milk Lunch Monday - pizza, fi'ench fries, fruit, milk Tuesday - chicken noodle soup, crackers, peanut butter sandwich, veg. sticks, fresh apples, milk Wednesday - hot pockets, potato wedges, tossed salad milk Thursday - chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls, milk Friday - bologna and cheese sand- wich, potato chips, veg. sticks, ba- nanas, milk BCMS memu February 25-March 1 Breakfast Monday Tuesday Wednesday - fruit, milk Thursday Friday - breakfast Lunch Monday - corn, french fries, fruit; Tuesday - cheese fries, lettuce, tomato, i milk Wednesday - gravy, mashed potatoes, rolls, jello, fruit, milk. : macroni/cheese, ding, milk Friday - grilled noodle soup, chips, cookie, fruit, milk Encourage your [: ΈΈ i ΈΈ .................. WILLIAM E. "BIL LAN FOR DISTRICT JU BATH, MENIFEE, AND ROWAN COIJ I ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY, FOR DISTRICT JUDGE, DIVISION 1 OF JUDICIAL DISTRICT. THIS IS A NON-PARTISAN RACE WITH THREE WHO HAVE FILED. THERE WILL BE A PRIMARY THIS MAY WITH THE TOP RECIPIENTS HAVING A RUN-OFF IN NOVEMBER. BELOW I SET FORTI REASONS THAT I AM QUALIFIED FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IN THIS EXPERIENCE • PRACTICING SINCE 1985 IN THE FOUR COUNTIES OF THE DISTRICT • MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER FOR 7 YEARS • MENIFEE COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER FOR 8 YEARS • TRIAL COMMISSIONER MONTGOMERY DISTRICT COURT • DOMESTIC RELATIONS COMMISSIONER FOR THE DISTRICT • EXTENSIVE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PRACTICE IN ALL FOUR COUNTIES • MASTER COMMISSIONER MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT - 11 YRS LEADERSHIP • MEMBER MT STERLING ROTARY CLUB INCLUDING SERVICE AS TREASURER ' BOARD MEMBER AND CHAIRMAN GATEWAY JUVENILE DIVERSION • FOSTER CARE REVIEW BOARD • NORTHEAST KENTUCKY LEGAL SERVICES - CHAIRMAN AND MEMBER • SARAH WINN HOME - CHAIRMAN • CHILDREN RIGHTS STUDY COMMITTEE OF THE KY BAR ASSOCIATION • MT STERLING JAYCEES MEMBER AND PRESIDENT INVOLVEMENT • DEACON, TREASURER, CONGREGATIONAL PRESIDENT AND ELDER OF HIS CHURCH • COACH AND ASSISTANT COACH OF YOUTH BASKETBALL, BASEBALL SOCCER • BORN AND RAISED IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY AND A GRADUATE OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL • TRAVELED THESE FOUR COUNTIES SINCE A CHILD AND HAVE OF THIS DISTRICT SINCE CHILDHOOD FAMILY • MARRIED TO THE FORMER ANITA BROWN FOR 12 YEARS • LAUREN 10 YEARS OLD AND A STUDENT AT MT STERLING ELE KATIE 4 YEARS OLD AND ENROLLED IN PRESCHOOL AT THE TRADITIONAL SCHOOL • RAISING OUR CHILDREN WITH THE VALUES TAUGHT US BY OUR ALSO LIVE IN THESE COUNTIES YOUR VOTE ON MAY 28 t" AND NOVEMBER 5 t" IS PAID FOR BY WILUAM E 'BILL" LANE FOR DISTRICT JUDGE, J MILLER HOFFMAN TREASURER 46 BROADWAY, MT STERLING