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12 -,March 17, 2010 Your Hometown Newspaper i ' Bath County News-Outlook LIFESTYLE James Hawkins Recognized for Volunteer Service Submitted by: Harry Patrick James Hawkins, 17, of Ow- ingsville, has been honored for his exemplary volunteer ser- vice with a President's Volun- teer Services Award. The award, which recogniz- es Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country, was presented by The Prudential Spirit of Commu- nity Awards program on behalf of President Obama. James participated in the Spirit of Community. program this year as a representative of Bath Coun High School, where he is a student. Sponsored by Prudential Financial, in partnership with the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards pro- gram recognizes young people across America for outstanding community service activities. More than 275,000 young people across America have been considered for these awards since the program be- gala in 1995. "The recipients of these awards vividly demonstrate that young people across America are making remarkable contri- butions to the health and vital- ity of their communities," said John R. Slrangfeld, chairman and CEO of Prudential Finan- cial. "They truly deserve all of the praise and encouragement we can give them." "The young people recog- nized by the Spirit of Com- munity Awards demonstrate an enormous capacity for giv- ing and reaching out to those in need," said Gerald N. Tiro- zzi, executive director of the NASSP. "NASSP is proud to honor them as they are wonder- 'ful examples of the high caliber of young people in our nation's schools today." Program applications were distributed . last September through all public and private middle level and,high schools, Girl Scout councils, county 4-H organizations, American Red Cross chapters, YMCAs and affiliates of HandsOn Network. After local honor- ees were named, state-level judges selected State Honor- ees, Distinguished Finalists and Certificate of Excellence recipients. Volunteer activities were judged on criteria such Jason Hawkins as personal initiative, creativ- ity, effort, impact and personal growth. NASSP, based in Reston, Virginia, is the pre-eminent organization of and national voice for middle level and high school principals, assis- tant principals and aspiring school leaders from across the United States and more than 45 countries around the world. Prudential F'mancial, based in Newark, N.J., pro- vides more than 50 million individual and institutional customers worldwide with life insurance, annuities,-re- tirement-related services, mutual funds, investment management and real estate services. Bluegrass Raceway set to open season March 27 Bluegrass Raceway Park officials have announced Sat- urday, March 27 as the open- ing day for the 20t0 season. Work on the track is still on- going and according to offi- cials should be completed by March 20. Track renovations include the following: - Extending the concrete out an additional 60 feet to remove the bumps and dips that had developed in the transition area over time. - Extending the shut- d0wrl area knd widening it so that it is two lanes all the way to the end. Additionally; a sandbox is bemg put in at the a Quick 16 Points Series and. end. - Repairing the burnout the Big Money Extravaganza box" area and removing the on on tap for the Bath County dips that were there, track. Also, a mud bog has been The Riggs Machine and built at the track and a new Fabrication Jr. Dragster pro- dragger/sprayer combo and gram and an all-new con- a newsuper-blower for prep- cession menu and weekly ping and drying the track giveaways for the Bluegrass have been procured. Along Raceway mailing lists also with the $30,000-plus Horse- factor in to making the BEth power Club Super Summit County track the place to Series points program, ex-. be this spring and summer. citing events such as Bath Bluegrass Raceway willopen County and Hot Summer.__Qa_Saturday, March27 at 11 Nights, Beat the Heat, Scotty a.m. Racing is scheduled to Richardson's, Drag Raet.ng runat tile Bath County track School, Stick ShiftNationals, from noon-6 p.m. HAROLD WAYNE HUNT CANDIDATE FOR BATH COUNTY JUDGE-EXECUTIVE DEMOCRAT , Experience: • Employed by Duke Energy Corporation - 30 years • .Served in the United States Army National Guard - 6 Years , Served as Bath County Coroner • Owned and operated gas station in Bath County • Small land owner Priorities: • Support existing factories and promote new industry • . Properly maintain county roadways • Support tourism through our beautiful county • Expand and improve the water and sewage systems • Support Bath County Parks and Recnation and extncurricular activities offend to our youth • Support Extension Services, Chamber of Commerce, local clubs and civic organizations • Support Bath County Ambulance Fire and Rescue Departments Family: • Wife -" Patty Hunt for 45 years • Daughter- Jill Hunt Toy, teacher at OES • Son-in-law - Barry S Toy, employect by New Holland-Rose Farm Supply • Gnndchildnn - Patrick Toy, 8th gnder at BCMS; Clan Beth Toy, Kindergarten student at OES I have a genuine concern for the people of Bath County and I would like to see the citizens of all our communities thdve and prosper I would appreciate your suprxirt and your vote in the Upcoming May 18th election Paid for by Harold Wayne Hunt (candidate) HAWR .COM NEW!! REDUCED! P6cJ N HWY 11:2 Fodbe p$ce of 1! 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