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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper March 1, 2012-7 District Academic Team winners Submitted by Michele Bradley These Academic Team members represented Bath County at the recent District Competition at Crossroads Elementary. Front Row (Left to Right): Miki Marksberry, Maykayla Blackburn, Austin McKenzie, Maycee Lyons, Isabella Copher, Devon Hunt, and Caitlyn Tincher Back Row (Left to Right): Jacob Patton, Tayln Alderman, Madelyne English, Dalton Hedges, Chandler Otis, Logan Jones, Abby Martin, Caleb Crouch, Dylan Ferrell, Jesse Mynhier, Nicholas Frizzell 8th grader wins county spelling bee, may compete at state Submitted by Kelly Wilson The winner of the County Spelling Bee is Makayla Jones, Bath County Middle School 8th Grader. Makayla is eligible to compete in the Ky. Derby State Spelling Bee at the Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville on Saturday, March 10. Makayla was presented a check by Kay Buckler of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Women's Committee for $100 and will compete at the state level for a chance to win a $5000 savings bond. Jones is the daughter of Jay and Carol Jones of Owingsville. Freshmen visit Frankfort Submitted by Kelly Wilson The Wildcat Leadership Council took a field trip to Frankfort on February 16. This group of 17 freshmen were recognized on the House floor as honorary pages, toured the Governor's Mansion and Capitol and visited the office of their State Representative, Sannie Overly. The students were also treated to a rare glimpse of the Kentucky Supreme Couxt Chambers as part of a personalized tour by Supreme Court Justice Daniel J. Venters as shown in this picture. Also pictured are WLC Members Austin Crank, Bethany Crouch, Brandon Bailey, Haliegh Porter, Hannah Smoot, Hayley Hornback, Hope Benson, Hunter Johnson, Jessica Copher, Kaitlyn Sammons, Kassandra Hamilton, Taborn Kissick, Taylor Moore, Tori Crouch, Tyler Bromagen and Sponsor Kelly J. Wilson. Not pictured was chaperone Karen Ratliff. The Council was also greeted by several other Supreme Court Justices including Justice Wil Schroder, Justice Bill Cunningham and Chief Justice Hen Minton. Members of the Leadership Council who were unable to attend the trip were: Katelyn Harvey and Natalie Whitt. Gateway Community Action Gateway Community Ac- tion Agency will hold its bi- monthly board meeting on Thursday, March 8, 2012. The meeting will be held in Frenchburg at the Me- nifee County Community Building and will begin at 7 p. m. The public is invit- ed to attend. Junior Beta Club competes at national level Submitted by Kelly Wilson Bath County Middle School Jr. Beta Club members at- tended the State Jr. Beta Convention recently under the direction of Ms. Renee Fugate. We had a team score 2nd place in "Poster Theme" competition which will qualify them for the national competition. The team consisted ot in alphabetical order -Cameron Faudere, Porsche Ma- ness, Haley McFarland and Ben Wells. (picture below) Our talent team scored in the top 6. Three teams were chosen to go to nationals and they did not make it in the top 3; we are very proud of them as well. Heidi goes to Frankfort Photo submitted by Angela Rhodes Heidi McKenzie of Mt. Sterling became Miss Wheel- chair Kentucky back in November 2011. She was re, cently honored by being announced on the floor of the Kentucky House of Representatives and given the priv- ilege of speaking to legislators, who she thanked for their time and the opportunity to bring awareness to the handicapped among us. The 26 year old attends Bethel Baptist Church in Frenchburg and recently graduated from Morehead State University with a de- }'ee in small business. She is active in the communi- v. Here, Heidi is pictured with Rep. John Will Stacy. She is scheduled to meet with Gov. Steve Beshear this week, and she plans on competing in Miss Wheelchair American in Providence, Rhode Island, in August. CLASSIFIEDS Call 859-473-2600. (runs 2-29) FOR SALE WANTED REAL ESTATE Steel Buildings Sale save thou- sands factory direct discount shipping. Ask about clearance buildings for Early Spring. 20 x 20, 20 x 30, More ! call to- day 866-670- 3936 (2/15, 2/22, 2/29 & 3/7) WANT TO BUY Cash paid for any unwanted Lawn and Garden Tractors Bruner Land Company, Inc. running or not. Please call 740-459-9031 www.bruner- land.com 859-588-5550. (2.15,2.22,2.29 Fleming Co: 16 miles from and 3.7) Flemingsburg on Hester Ridge Rd.I 8+ acres, flat, coun- MOBILE HOMES Antiques: full size brass.bed,,  late 1800's or early 1900's oak buffet/sideboard, Singer trea- dle sewing machine, Gurley transit with tripod for sale by professional upholsterer with 25 years of experience. Also a day bed with mattress. Call Terri at 606-584-2170. (fin) LOST NICE 3 BR Doublewide, se- cluded lot, country setting. Owner Financing available. 855498-7725 (2/22 & 2/29) FOR RENT FOSTER PARENTS Mobile Homes for Sale: New Land Improvement Packages and turn key housingH Your land or family land. CALL NOW to Apply 866-597-2083 (2-8 to 2,29) ,: tY water & elec.tq, goo d crop ground, restrictions for your protection, $25,900 (runs 2-29) For rent - mobile home, 3 bdrm/2 bath, pet standards, $400/month, $400 deposit, ca]] 606-3360979 or 606-674- 8558 (runs till 3/7) SERVICES 273 New Holland Hay Baler was stolen from Rolin Boyd's place in East Union on Thurs- day Jan 19. Possibly went towards Lower Sharpsburg or Convict road to Bourbon County. Anyone with any in- formation please contact Lar- ry McCarty at 859-473-0046 or the Nicholas County Sheriff Jeff Sidles at 859-289-3740. (2.15, 2.22 and 2.29) 674-9994 NOWHIRING Erma's Restaurant Opening March 5th. Must be able to work weekends. Call 606 683-6131 or 606 674-9230 View our models on display from the comfort of your own home www. claytonhomes- grayson.com. Legendary ser- vice award winner nine con- secutive years!I! 606-474-2083 (2-8 to 2-29) TRADES NEEDED! Freedom Homes Mt. Sterling, Land/ Home Packages. 859-498-7725 (2/22 & 2/29) Free - Beautiful Chow mix puppies free to a goo d home. BE YOUR OWN BOSS Earn up, to $ 500.00 a day part-time Exciting Facts revealed in free report DRY- TECH, PROMO # CIA1110 For information call 1-800-507-7222 Don Jackson Construc- tion - Dump truck service (single axle), will haul gravel, dozer work (3 doz- ers), backhoe work, septic tank system (licensed), demolition work, mobile home moving 0icensed), also have license to set up mobile homes, electrical work (licensed), and also top-soil and creek gravel for sale. Based in Owings- ville and will travel to any county. Call 606-210-0423. (runs till 3/7) Pleasure Ridge Apartments Sharpsburg, Ky Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-247-2254 September 10, 2009 prefemn, Oisability. age, veturan status. tional orllin, rel,  itll affiliobon Pond stocking! Sat. 3/6 The fish truck will be at Owingsville Southern FARM BUREAU INSURANCE States from 9:30-10:00, 1-800-335-2077 or www.  William D. Ellington week,kyfishtruck'cm3/1 Runs one {l AGENCY MANAGER c-'--7j Derek Etlington, Agent Owingsville Ph.: (606) 674-6335 3/17 The fish truck will.,.be, at_-Ongsville ............ : , ................. Southern States at. 12:45-1:15, 1-800-335- 2077 or www.kyfish- truck.corn Runs two weeks, 3/1 and 3/8 FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED. We are seeking an addi- tional 5 homes in Bath Co. and Menifee Co. Necco offers: Above average referral fee, Competitive, bi-month- ly reimbursements for care & services, Place- ment Stabilization in- centives, Paid respite days, Round the clock crisis support. Become a foster parent with Necco & change a child's life for the bet- ter. Contact Anita @ 859.264.8796 or asan- chez@necco.org PUBLIC NOTICE An ordinance amending the Menifee County budget for fiscal year 2012, to include unanticipated receipts and to increase expenditures for the Road Fund. Re- ceipts include Rural Secondary Agreement money. To- tal amount of $159,731.60 was adopted by the Menifee County Fiscal Court on February 14, 2012. A copy of the adopted ordinance with full text is available for public inspection at the office of the county judge/exec during normal business hours. Published in the NewsOutlook 3.1.12 Job Opening - Custodian The Bath County Board of Education is now ac- cepting applications for custodian. Applications may be picked up at the Bath County Board of Education office 405 West Main Street, Owings- ville Kentucky, during normal business hours .from 8:00 am to 4:30 pro. Applications may also be accessed through our web site www.bath. kyschools.us. If you have any questions in regard to this position please contact Burnsy Stewart at 606-674-6314 ext. 612. Position will remain open until filled. Bath County Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer Published in the Outlook 2.23.12 Beaver Creek Apartments 0 Rent based on 30'/. of income Contact: 606-768-3672 m ......................... applints on the basL= of race lor, sex. xuaJ orientation or prefemn, di bility, ago. veteran status, national ongin, refiglon, or poitll affiliation Menifee Housing Association Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-768-3672 :WOP iPeol 'Cs it:! :dit ,mbor is'! iti ft: r :annCoS t r pre(ren, disability age, veteran statu, national ori, rion, or poJitil aliat)n , Business and Professional Guide Crouch's Barn Building 606-776-6689 201 Main Street Iorth Middletown, KY 40357 #1 Painted Metal Cannon Ball Door and Track System Built on Level Lot Fully insured Hay Barns Open Ends 30x56x16. $10,000 40x96x16. $20,000 Seasonal Wreaths / Quilts / Linens Primitives / Furniture / Grapevine Trees Kountry Krafts & Florals I Wanda Swartz, Owner MI "*'-a v . Free Delivery (6000i) 768.9714 or (606) 336 1554 DISCOUNT Jewelry and Pawn Modern Woodmen FRATERNAl. FINANCIAL Sherry Lanter Financial Representative 4634 Abners Mill Rd. Ewing, KY 41039 Phone: Res. 859-289-6389; Reg. Off. 859-263-8874 Cell 859-340-6097; vcw.modern-woodmen.org New and Used Tanning Beds 16 Bulb NEW Bed normally $3700 on SALE for $1995 One used 16 Bulb Bed $795  I One used 26 Bulb Bed $1295 Turning 66 or Disabled? Getting Medicare? Need A Drug Plan "D" or Medicare GaD Plan? Call Jim at 606-683-2104 or 859-948-4376 A Certified Medicare Specialist for a Better Solution r'l,