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ol notebc00ok TI ! E B A T! I C()I JN'rY N I,'WS-OUTLOOK Oingsville. Ky.--Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 13 ........... "EI I ! 222 receives awards  Tiger Pack 222 are pictured receiving awards at Gold Banquet held Friday, February 8. from left to right, are: Lee Sebastian, t-'! ts of the Month mBCMS Students of nuary were, front row, left to right: 5th Grade - Daniel Morgan Sorrell, Hannah Bailey, Monica Wills, 6th Grade - J.T. Kayla Kelly, Patrick Hardin, Brtiney Fletcher; back row: 7th - Devin Roberts, Sarah Miller, Jeremy Shields, Samantha 8th Grade - Donna Craig, Alex Crouch, Joe Bromagen, and Crouch. Matthew Lucas, Nicholas Evans, Caleb Johnson, Travis Greene, Jared Willoughby, and Julie Ray. (Photo submitted by Libby Evans) Afterwards, put mulch around tile shrub or tree to a depth of two to two and one-half inches, but no deeper. Piling mulch around the trunk in a volcano-like fashion will cause bark decay and disease problems. Even a small am,,mnt of mulch at the base of the trunk will attract rodents who cause feeding damage: so leave two to three inches of s(fil exposed at tile base of the tlunk. It's generally nol necessary to stake tree:, unless dev w'me bought ,:is bare-root plants, l.)nslaked trees grow better because dm trunk diameter develops faster and the tree produces a more vigorous root system. [f you do stake trees, be sure tile slakes don't come intocontacl with the trunk because this rubbing will create an entry site tor diseases and insects. Water is tile most important thine a newly planted shrub or tree will need to becon|e re-established. So water once a week for the tirsl year. Apply water to a depth of about one inch each time, or enough to wet tile Lick menu 25-March 1 cereal, blueberr'y muf- or juice, milk - scrambled eggs, toast, juice, milk you, never pick up a phmt by its trunk because of the weight of tile soil can put too much strain on roots. causing them to break or tear. Gen- tly place the plant in the hole at thc correct depth. If it's enclosed in nat. ural jute burlap, pull the covering back and remove the twine. It's crit- soil to a depth of five to six inches. It's not necessary to fertilize new- ly transplanted trees and shrubs for the first year or two. I ertili/ing too soon causes more vegetative growth than the toot s} slel/, cau ,,upply wilh water and nutrients. MSU's Upward Bound Math & Science Center accepting applications Morehead State University's Up- ward Bound Math & Science Center is now accepting applications for its 2002 sumnler program. Students will have the opportuni- ty to participate in a six-week resi- dential program on the MSU campus while doing hands-on research and taking various courses from science based to a wide offering of elective ch|sses such as karate, weight-lift- ing, history of rock and roll and disease detectives. For those select- ed to participate, all expenses and a small weekly stipend is provided for incidentals. Participants w'ill be allowed to go honm every weekend, leaving can> pus on Friday afternoon and return- ing (m Sunday night. A trip to King's Island as well as several tours of nearby cmnpuses will be included during each week's activities. Concluding the summer activity is a three-day, two-night Aviation Astrotrek camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabanm, with a "mystery" stop anti stay-over ahmg the way. "If you've never experienced 4 G's of force, wondered what it would be like to fly a fighter jet, or ride a rover on the surface of Mars, here's your chance," said David Sloan, as- sociate director of the program. "The program is a wonderful opportunity to make lifehmg friends with the same interests as you, as well as to undertake new challenges and dis- coveries." Tim Upward Bound Math & Sci- ence Center is a federally funded program and candidates must meet eligibility requirements. Additional information is available from your school counselor or from Sloan by e- mail to dl.sloan @ moreheadstate.edu or by calling toll-free (866) 407- O011. The 2002 summer program runs June 9 through July 17. Sloan offers this advice: The earlier you apply, the better your chances of securing a spot for the summer! Applications being taken for Sr. Mary Jeannette Wess, S.N.D. Scholarship St. Claire Medical Center is tak- ing applications for seventh Mr. Mar} Jeanette Wess, S.N.D. Scholarship. Any student who has graduated from -', milk kfast pizza, fruit cereal, grilled cheese, 'juice, milk bologna, biscuit, fruit or teh ay- hot pocket, baked pota- :s, cookie, milk ay - hot dog on bun, french and cheese, apple milk - ham, mashed pota- beans, roll, applesauce, - taco salad, taco chips, cob, fruit, milk hamburger mac casse- Texas toast, peach cup, ctly plant shrubs, to future problems , many of us to get ogt and work in plan to add new to the landscape, correctly to help ensure that the Your investments of mon- and labor thrive for decades t's mportant to match the or tree with the site. no plants are adaptable and soil types. If familiar with the growing :'ents for a particular shrub , Irst talk with a professional if you lack experience in v|gorous, healthy plant healthy speci- anch structure is way to get started on your me gardening. diverse group of shrubs will slow the spread of and insects and help ensure plant community. l' that youXe selected tile plants you can do things to ensure -'Y become re-established in homes and flourish the mleterofthe plant- Js especially important. The be at least twice the soil ball, even wider is heavy. And never plant or shrub deeper than it previ- Poke around soil at the trunk to be sure the soil inadvertently piled up at the plant. If the plant is burlapped, use the soil the trunk as an indicator of to plant it. it might be easier on ical to remove burlap if you believe any plastic might be in this material. Otherwise, it will be like trying to get the plant to grow in a container for the remainder of it's life-and this will be a short life. If you're not sure what type the burlap is, strike a match and try to burn a piece of the material. Natural burlap will burn, plastic will melt. Backfill the hole with soil you removed from it, minus any rocks or other foreign material. Don't add peat nlOSS, compost or other amendments to soil going back into the hole, this is especially important in heavy clay, poor soils. Gently pack soil mound the plant ball and water soil in half- way through the planting process; then fill the rest of the hole without packing the soil and water again. I i ) Lions Z Club Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday night o.each month. Charles Adkins, President Earl Rogers III, Secretary Elect FARLEY J. PURVIS Elect E KINCAID For CO NEIt District 2 "Your Vote & Support Greatly Appreciated" Paid[or b' candidate. Elect Glen00Vice Bath County Sheriff Hello, I would like to let everyone know that I am seeking the position of Bath County Sheriff in the upcoming election and I would appreciate your votes and support. This has been a dream of mine since I was a kid and now, together, we can make it come true! If elected, I have some good ideas to improve the office of Bath County Sheriff. So, for the kids and the future of Bath County, vote for me, Glen Vice, and Vote For A Change! If you would like to discuss my ideas or have any questions, feel free to call me anytime at (606) 674-9515. And once again, Thank You. ...,j., ,,,,o,,..,,,,. Glen Vice PTA guest speaker  Karen Moore was the guest speaker for the BCMS PTA meeting. The workshop was designed to help parents and guardians teach personal safety skills to children. The KY Information Resource Center provided the speaker for this meeting. The next BCMS PTA meeting will be February 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Middle School. Topic for this meeting is "Completely in the Middle" presented by Teresa Conway of Flemingsburg. a high school in a St. Claire service area county of Rowan, Carter, Bath, Elliott, Fleming, I,ewis, Menifee, Morgan, Montgomery, Magoffin, or Woll'e; is beginning his/her junior year or above at an accredited col- lege or university by fall, 21)()2: and is working toward a bachelors or masters degree in any discipline is invited to apply. Applicants demon- slrating academic achievement lead- ership, service and financial need will be strongly considered. The $750 scholarship will be awarded in May to fund the 2002 Fall Semester. Mr. Mary Jeanette was an avid supporter of the Northeast Kentucky Area Health Education Center (AHEC) which is hosted at St. Claire. Annually, over 700 student rotations are coordinated and facilitated through tile combined etTorts of AHF, C and St. Claire Medical Cen- ter. For mtormation about the Mr. Mary Jeanette Wess, S. N. D. Scholarship or t 9 request an application, contact Sister Mary Paulla Hanneken, S. N. D. at (606) 783-6514 or write: The Mr. Mary Jeanette Wess, S. N. D. Scholarship Co|n|nittee, St. Claire Medical Center, 222 Medical Circle, Morehead, KY 4035 I. The deadline for completed ap- plications is Tuesday, April 16, 2(X)2. '4 aiD ON! VOTE JAMES PROFITT Bath County SHERIFF "_(Duarante. ed_Arr___2mnd The Clock Law Enforcement" I I Your Vote Greatly Apprec!ated. I I aidlfor by candidate. Bluegrass Denture Center Winchester, KY Do you need teeth extracted and/0r dentures made? Would you like nitrous oxide or IV sedation? Would you like dentures placed on the day you get your teeth taken out? We do it all at Bluegrass Denture Center in Winchester. Call 859- 745-O000 for quality care at reasonable " My name is Wayne Watson. I am running for Bath County Judge Executive on the Democratic Party ticket, lam running because I want to improve the future for Bath County. I want to share some of my plans with the voters of Bath County. I think all citizens are entitled to know what is happening in their county, so I will move the Bath County Fiscal Court meetings to evenings so that all interested citizens can attend. I will donate one-half of the judge's salary to be used toward improving recreation and recreational facilities in Bath County. I believe that our children are the key to th#future of Bath County and I want to ensure that they have activities that will keep them in Bath County. I will keep an open door for.all citizens. I hope to get to each and every voter in the county before the election. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to call me at home at 606-247-3213. Vete I:ar" Wayne Wa00san. Ba00h Caun00y Judge E00cecu00ive I will appreciate your vote and support. by Wayne Watson. Candidate, Jacky Smith Watson, Treasurer. I