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Your Hometown Newspaper 4 - March 1, 2012 News Outlook OBITUARIES BETHEL MCCLEANHAN Bethel McCleanhan, 75, U. S. Highway 36, French- burg, Kentucky passed away Sunday, February 26, at the Edgewood Es- tates Nursing Home. She was born in Menifee Coun- ty, Kentucky on November 29, 1936 the daughter of the late Washington Pearl and Eva Johnson Raney. She was a homemaker, the widow of Tom McClean- han and a member of the First Church of God. She is survived ,by one sister, Elsie Beer of Frenchburg, KY; three nieces, Kim (Greg) Mur- phy of Wellington, KY, Kay Kash of Frenchburg, and Nan (Pete) Kirk of Braden- ton, FL and a host of niec- es and nephews. Graveside services were 1 PM, Wednesday, Febru- ary 29 at the Benson- Craig Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers donations are suggest- ed to the First Church of God in Frenchburg. Taul , Funeral Homes of French- burg was in charge of ar- rangements. MARY ELIZABETH IRVIN SUTIDN Mary Elizabeth Irvin Sutton, widow of William "Willie" Sutton, passed away last Thursday. She was a 67 year old native of Lewis County, daughter of the late Char- lie and Corey Durn Irvin, a housewife and a mem- ber of the Christian faith. She is survived by 4 daughters, Judy Wright of Owingsville, Janie Cof- fie of Cyntiana, Martha Hartzog of Taylor, Mich- igan, and Brenda Leach of Manitou Beach, Mich- igan, a son, Allen Sut- ton of Owingsville, and 2 brothers, John Irvin of Michigan and Elwood Ir- vin of Florida. There will be a private memorial service at a lat- er date. Herald &amp; Stew- art Home for Funerals is in charge of arrange- ments. JAMES ROBERTTHOMAS James Robert Thomas, widower of Frances Gar- rett Thomas, passed away Thursday, February 23. He was a 94 year old na- tive of Bath County, son of the late William and Hat- tie Mac Thomas, an Army veteran of WWII, retired Avon Army Depot employ- ee and a member of High Street Christian Church and Masonic Lodge #56. He is survived by 2 daughters, Bonita Hunt Scott of Mt. Sterling and Bobble Jean Burns of Cin- cinnati, Ohio, a daugh- ter-in-law, Cindy Fergu- son Garrett of Louisville, 7 grandchildren, Sonya Scott, Elgin and Collin Garrett, Debra Jean Cart- er, Elizabeth Hooker, Ken- ny and Ray Burns Jr., sev- eral great-grandchildren, including Elise Scott, and 2 brothers, Earl and Rog- er Thomas, both of Louis- ville. His funeral was Mon- day at High Street Chris- tian Church with buri- al in Olive Hill Ceme- tery. Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals was in charge of arrange- ments. One Place. So Many Options WALTER IRVlN KARRICK 3 nieces and 4 nephews. Preceding him in death, in addition to his parents, were .2 broth- ers, Dennis Karrick and George Karrick and 1 sister, Donna Karrick Greenfield. Graveside services were conducted Tues- day February 28 at Jones Cemetery where burial followed. Powell Funer- al Home was in charge of arrangements. Walter Irvin Karrick, 69, of 185 Whispering Pines, Clearfield, KY, passed away Saturday February 25, 2012. Born July 8, 1942 at Salt Lick, KY, the son of the late Walter Kaleb and Mable Louise Bashford Karrick. He was a Navy Veteran serving during the Vietnam War. Survivors include 1 brother, Robert Brooks Karrick of Fleming Co., DRUG & ALCOHOL DRUG & ALCOHOL Sup- port Meeting. Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church. Maple/ Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Winter - Tuesday & Thurs- day 7:30 p. m. Open meeting ..... Public Welcome ....... Share your experience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. CELEBRATE RECOVERY. Owingsville United Meth- odist Church. Every Sunday, 6p.m. CELEBRATE RECOVERY. Botts Christian. Church, every Monday, 7 p. m.. For more information, call 859- 585-8688 or 606-768-8011. LIVING FREE Living Free, dependency classes. New Life Fellowship. Wednesday, 6 p. m. CAVE RUN AUCTION Located 3 miles on South Hwy 211, Salt Lick, KY EVERY WEDNESDAY at 7PM loads of new & used merchandise. Come check us out. Climate controlled build- ing, & plenty of parking Mike Phipps Auctioneer P2276 606-356-2672 Connie Skaggs Owner Operator 606- 768-2042 Call for more infor- mation. Great place to buy gifts-we do have loads of new and old items including an- tiquesl Merchandise varies weekly. ARTISANS GRANT Artisans Grant Meeting, Frenchburg, March 5, 6:30PM at the Clark Energy Bldg. ARTISANS MOUNTAIN MEMORIES AL Artisans Mountain Memo- ries Festival meeting, French- bfirg, on March 5, 2012 at 6:30 PM in the Clark Energy Build- ing. Free food will also be available. RED RIVER WATERSHED TEAM Red River Watershed Team. Our next meeting will be Monday, March 5 at the Wolfe, County Extension Of- rice in Campton at 6 p.m: The agenda, will beset prior to tiae meeting. We hope to have the following meeting in French- burg and develop an alternat- ing schedule. Everyone is in- vited, no prior experience needed! Please let us know if you have any questions or comments. There is more project information, minutes from previous meetings, and a rough draft of Chapter 1 on our project webpage here. Feedback is welcome on Chapter 1 (and all subsequent chapters). For more informa- tion, contact Tessa Edelen, The City of Frenchburg is now accepting sealed bids until April 5, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. for the following declared surplus property of the City of Frenchburg/Frenchburg Water and Sewer: Two (2) 5 ton Goodman Heat Pump/Air Conditioner inside units Two (2) 5 ton Goodman Heat Pump/Air Conditioner outside units All of the above items shall be bided together as one bid. If interested please submit bids to City Hall Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Also, if you would like to inspect the items located at the Waste- water Plant on 237 Sorrell Lane please call City Hall to make arrangements during normal business hours. Please mark on outside of envelope type of bid you are submitting. Bids will be open on April 5, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. at the Frenchburg Community Center located on Highway 36. THE CITY HAS THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Published in the Outlook 2,23.12 Located )ust outside of Flemingsburg, 1,400 plus, square foot home on 1.1 acre lot. 3 bedrooms, two baths; all stainless steel appliances. Nice drive- way and sidewalk. $89,900 call 606-748-1114. Watershed Program Director, Kentucky Waterways Alliance Tessa@kwailiance.org or (502) 589-8008 Iwww.KWAl- liance.org CHAMBER OF COM- , MERCE Chamber of Commerce meetings, Frenchburg, March 6, 5 p.m. at the Cham- ber of Commerce Office REVITALIZATION MEETING Revitalization Meeting (Trail Town), Frenchburg, March 12, 2:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Bldg. 4TH ANNUAL SPRING CRAF FAIR AND QUILT SHOW 4th Annual Spring Craft Fair and Quilt Show Saturday ~ March 31, 2012 - 9am - 3pm Bath County Agriculture Center 2914 East Highway 60 ~ Owingsville, KY just off In- terstate 64 Celebrating The Arts and Crafts of the Gate- way! Featuring jewelry ~ painting  woodwork  cro- chet and more area hand- made crafts Quilt Show- quilts accepted the day of the event Awards will inchde"People's Choice Awards" for favorite quilt and "Best of Show" for craft vendors PRESCHOOL/HEAD START REGISTRATION Preschool/Head Start county-wide registration for the 2012-2013 school year will take place from 9:00 to 3:00 at the Gateway Head Start Build- ing (Kendall Springs Road) on April 20, 2012. Income eligible children that will be four-years-old by October 1 can attend pre- school. Identified disabled three-year-olds are eligible for preschool services as of their third birthday. A small number of four-year-olds may be enrolled by paying tuition. This number is determined by space available upon enroll- ment of all income eligible and disabled students. At registration, each child will be provided with free hearing and developmental screenings. These screenings take approximately an hour to complete so parents should make sure that their children have been fed and have rested properly prior to registration. Please bring the following pieces of information to regis- tration: 1. your child's official birth certificate 2. your child's immunization record 3. proof of income (W-2s or last year's tax forms preferred) 4. phys- ical 5. eye examination by an optometrist or ophthalmolo- gist 6. dental exam If'the above pieces of infor- mation are not available on registration day, they MUST be provided before the child can enter Preschool/Head Start. For more information, please call Stephanie Little or Lisa Stewart at 674-6314 or Pa- tricia McClure or Mary Riddle at 674-2766. PROJECT WORTH OUTREACH will be starting a project called Grow Appalachia. This gar- den project will be a continu- ation of the Greenhouse Gar- dening project that started in 2010. This project will ac- cept 25 interested families in growing a garden. The garden may be large, small,' raised or plants in a container. All gar- dens plants and seeds will be furnished free of charge and will be organic. No chemi- cals will be used. The fertiliz- er, bug spray and some garden tools will be furnished to those who need them. A registration meeting will be held Monday, March 5, 2012 at 6 PM in Proj- ect Worth's Community Cen- ter located at 72 industrial Park Road in Means. Anyone inter- ested in participating must at- tend this meeting. If you have any questions or comments please call Gail Mills or Alex Sanders at 606.768.6384 or stop by Project Worth. We en- courage everyone to consid- er becoming part of this pro- gram. CARRYING CONCEALED Deadly Weapons Deadly Weapons Training, Saturday, March 10, 2012, 8 a.m. to 4 p. m. - Sheriff'S Crime Watch Office, 96 Coleman Road, Wel- '' lington, KY. Call Sheriff Rod- <' ney Coffey, 606-768-3875 or' 606-7686408- Cost is 875, vet- , erans with ID, $65 - Proceeds .' will go to the Menifee Coun- :, ty Sheriff's Crime Watch Pro- ; gram and Sheriff's Say No to Drugs Program. .: BATH COUNTY COM- '" MUNrIY HEALTH FAIR, -" March 13, 4:30- 7 p. m., Crossroads Elementary : ' School ', BATH COUNIY UNITE Reorganization & Anti- Drug Meeting, Owingsville i Library (upstairs), Tuesday, ; March 13, 6:30 p.m. - Bring .] your friends and neighbors IN CONCERT ',' FAMILY FORCE 5 with, ; SAMESTATE & THE SAFE- ",e TY, .Saturday, March 24th, : 2012, 7pm, Bath County Mid- . dle School, Floor Scaring 812 ',s / General Admission $10, Call Terence Clemons at 606-336- "" 1692 to purchase tickets or in-'- formation - Iaited number -" of tickets will be sold and this " show will sellout ', THE lLAY FOR LIFE of Bath County will be hold- ing the 2012 Spring Online Auctron that will run from Sat- urday, March 31 at 6:00 AM through Friday, April 6 at 6:00 PM EST via the Relay For Life of Bath County KY Facebook GblAC h,surance, TRAVELER lnmauranee Made inThe USA;Great   Pwr:,windows, door locks, USBBhetooth rnMEPAYMENr ASLOW AS ,, r rIMEPAYMENr AS LOW,45 sT:M 0RS15,495 :!. , S22SM, 0RS16,995OO # 12079 # 12088 All power, Bluetoo; Very Nice! 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