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4 - March 20, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook BATH COUNTY FIS- CAL COURT holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10a. m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION holds its regular monthly meeting on the fourth Mon- day of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Working session starts at 5:30 a.m. at the Board Of- fice conference room. For the months of November and December, the regular meeting is held on the third Tuesday of the month. SHARPSBURG CITY COUNCIL holdsits regular monthly meeting on the first Monday of the month at Sharpsburg City Hall at 7 p. m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Department at 6p.m. Members of the Class of 1974 are working on plans for their 40th Class Re- union. The event has been scheduled for Memorial Day Weekend. Rather than limit event to one evening, there will be several events during the weekend. The hope is to have something for every- One. If you are a 1974 gradu- ate & have not been contact- ed yet, please contact Greg Martin or Pam Shouse at 859 498-6412, 305 778-9340 or by email at klingon@webtv.net. We are in the plann!ng stag- es and want to get input from all classmates. THE BATH COUNTY SEARCH & RESCUE SQUAD will be hosting a portrait fundraiser. Anyone who participates with a $20 or more contri- bution will receive one (1) FREE 8 x 10 fanfily portrait. You will be contacted by a representative from F & R Photography at your resi- dence. Thank You Bath County Search & Rescue Squad BATH COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION Basic Reading, Math and OWINGSVIIJ.E CITY Writing Skills COUNCIL GED preparation and test- holds its regular monthly ing meeting on the second Mon- Free Internet courses - day of the month at Owings- study at home ville City Hall at 7 p.m. Job application and re- OWINGSVILLE/BATH sume preparation Kentucky Employment COUN'I CHAMBER OF Certification (KEC) COMMERCE Preparation for College/ holds its regular monthly Tech entrance exams meeting on the second Tues- College/Tech financial aid day of the month at various locations at noon. assistance Para-educator test for Board of Education THE BATH COUNTY. All service provided free RESCUE SQUAD For more information call holds its weekly meeting 606674-2664. Appointments every Wednesday night at are required 39 Cedar Creek 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Ow- Dr., Owingsville, KY '- ingsville. THE BATH COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE BOARD holds it regular monthly meeting their second Thurs- day evening of the month at 6 p.m at the Ambulance Service on Rowland Ave. in Owingsville. THE BETHEL VOLUN- TEER FIRE DEPART- MENT AUXILIARY meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00pm at the Bethel Volunteer Fire Department. Any interested persons are invited to attend. PARK AND REC The Bath County Parks and Recreation Board holds its regular monthly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. at Owings- ville City Hall, unless adver- tised differently. STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY The Bath County Memo- rial Library has Story Time for toddlers on Tuesdays and for preschoolers on Fridays, both at 10 a.m. PRESTON NEIGH- BORHOOD WATCH $500.00 reward for infor- marion leading to the ar- rest and conviction of any illegal activity in the areas of the Preston Neighbor- hood Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, DUI, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/neglect, animal abuse/neglect, thefts, litter- ing, etc. Information will be kept confidential- contact Sheriff 'q'uffy" Snedegar (606)336-1948 or Mike Ratliff (859) 585-2380. ATrENTION VETERANS A Veterans Benefits Field Representative will be at the VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill Drive, Morehead, KY on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The hours are 8:30am until 3pm. For furffier informationl please call toll free within KY 1-866-3760308 to speak with a Veterans Benefits Field Representative. BATH COUNTY CLASS OF 1974 advertisement flyers. To register for a table, or MENIFEE PATCH- for more information, con- WORK QUILTERS tact Dorothy Clemons after 6 Each Monday from 11:00 p.m. at606-247-5063 until 3:00, Menifee Patch- work Quilters meet in the Spaghetti Supper and Auc- basement of the Presbyte- tion rian Church in Frenchburg. Starts at 5pm, Auction They use traditional meth- starts at 6pm ods as well as new tech- Hedrick " Community niques and tools for quilling. Church Join the group to make 5308 Old Sand Rd the Maple Leaf quilt or bring Rt. 1269 offRt. 211 your own project to work on. Serving: Spaghetti & sal- Everyone is welcome. See ad, garlic bread, dessert and Menifee County Patchwork drink Quilters on Facebook. For Auction items: Baked more information call Ruth goods, candies, Easter bas- Bryant at 768-3810 or Shirley kets, crafts, tools, etc. Miller at 768-3466 or 859-274- All proceeds go toward 3212. building fund MENn E COUNTY JOB CLUB APR. 26 The Menifee County Job The 8th Annual Flannery Club will be held every Reunion Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the Will be held April 26, 2014 Clark Energy Building. For Starting at noon at the more information contact OldtownVol. Fire Dept. the WIA Program at 768- For more into: 3352. Contact Brian Flannery at 606473-7948 or bricolawncare@aol.com 21 Ride for Freedom 2014 Free Concert and Patriotic Ceremony Owingsville Lions Club Park Wednesday, May 21, at 6 p.m. This ceremony is free to the public, and everyone is welcome Live nmsic featuring Rev. John Steer, decorated Viet- nam Veteran Speakers to include State Sen. Albert Robinson; Caro- lyn Maupin, mother of Iraq POW Matt Maut- pin; and Jimmy Logsdon, ,qetnam Veteran and former Military Order of the Pur- ple Heart Veteran of the Year Please come out and show yotu? support for our coun- try's veterans! ZUMBA BCHS 5th Annual March Zumba every Friday from Against Drugs 6-7:00 PM. Sharpsburg Com- munity Center MENIFEE MAR. 21 BCHS 5th Annual March Against Drugs Fish Fry by the Youth Group at First Church of God at Midland Friday, Mar. 21, 2014 5pm - 7pm MAR. 23 Blood Drive scheduled in Owingsville Bath Co. Community Sunday, March 23, 2014, llam - 3pro Located at the First Church of God Fellowship Hall at 320 Slate Ave., Ow- ingsville Every donor will be en- tered to win a pair of tickets to see Billy Joel at the KFC YumI Center on Apr. 6, 2014! MAR. 26-28 Special Services at The House of PrayeL 600 Whis- pering Oaks, Morehead, Kentucky Featuring. Guest Pastor Anthony Wynn from Ricev- ille, TN, Pastor of Miracle Deliverance Tabernacle Services begin March 26 -28, Wednesday - Friday at 7pm The House of Prayer Choir will be singing Pastor. Winston McChrg and congregation invite ev- eryone to attend. For more information call 606-784-7023 MAR. 30 Concert Featuring: The Nelons at The House of Prayer, Sun- day, March 30, at 6pm. The church is located at 600 Whispering Oaks, More- head, Kentucky. For more into, call 606-784-7023. Pas- tor: Winston McClurg APR. 5 Saturday, April 5 Sharpsburg Spring Yard Sale Sharpsburg Community Center Gym New or gently used items only 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 20 people who sign up by March 26 will be on FRENCHBURG COY COMMISSION holds .its regular monthly meeting on the first Thurs- day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at-the Clark Energy Build- ing. MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tues- day of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. MENIFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION holds Rs regular monthly meeting on the third Thurs- day of the month at 6 p.m at the Menifee County High School cafeteria. FRENCHBURG REVI- TAIJZATION COMMIT- TEE Secomd Monday of the Month Clark Energy Bldg., 1 p.m FRENCHBURG/ME- NIFEE COUNTY CHAM- BER OF COMMERCE First Wednesday of the Month Chamber Office, Noon Lunch Served MAR. 2O the We Won't Be Shaken Tour, featuring Building 249, Family Force 5, and Hawk Nelson. More information at www.spirituproducfions.com APR. 16 April 16th--Basic Vegeta- ble Gardening--12:00 Noon (Light Lunch Provided) The Menifee County Coop- erative Extension Service This class will focus on vegetable gardening basics! New and experienced gar- deners are invited to attend to share the trials and tribula- tions that come with growing vegetables! APR. 19 FRENCHBURG CRUISE- IN, 5-9PM CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 APR. 24 Chamber of Commerce Banquet, 6PM Tickets, $25 MAY7 May 7th--Herbs on a String--12:00 Noon (Light Lunch Provided) - The Me- nifee County Cooperative Extension Service This unique class will teach you the Japanese art of kokedama string gardens! Join us for a fun, convenient way of growing herbs! MAY 15 The Grandparents Sup- port Group led by Gail Mills will be held at Project Worth Outreach in the Means In- March 20th--Care and dustrial Park at 10 a.m. on Maintenance of Small Fruits--12:00 Noon (Light Lunch Provided) -The Me- nifee County Cooperative Extension Service This 'class will offer infor- marion on the care and main- tenance of small fruit plants including, but not limited to: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueber- ries. The Extension Office is also taking orders'for small fruit plants--to place an or- ,tier, please contact the office MAR. 22 Building for Bluebirds March 22, 2014, 10am to 3pm Join us at the Gladie Cen- ter to build Bluebird Boxes. This flee event is fun for all ages and helps provide nest- ing areas for bluebirds. Build your box and take it home to help bluebirds in your area. FREE ZUMBA CIASS- ES Classes will be everyTues- day and Friday at 4:30pm in APR. 7 the MCHS cafeteria. Time April 7th--Floml Armng- is get started on your fall ing--5:00p.m.-TheMenifee exercise routine. Come and County Cooperative Exten- learn the dances from the be- sion Service ginning. You can also attend $25 registration feeto help FREE classes at Botts Ele- cover the cost of supplies-- mentary School on Mondays Limited to 10 participants and Tlmrsdays at 5:30pm or A floral arrangement ,is at the Menifee Wellness Cen- the perfect way to add color ter on Tuesdays at 7:30 and to your home just in time for Friday at 6:30. For more in- spring! In this class, learn to formation, call 768-8011. make your own floral center- 4-n PHOTOGRAPHY piece. , CLUB APR. 9 Menifee County 4-H is in April 9th--Heirloom Vari- APR. 2 April 2nd--43ardening on a Budget--12:00 Noon (Light Lunch Provided) - The Menifee County Exten- sioia Office Gardening can sometimes be an expensive hobby, even for the most experienced gardener! In this session, learn how to stretch your dol- lars furtherwhen it comes to your garden! Dig in your garden, not your wallet! the pro ss of organizing a eties and PlanlLrtgs---12:00 4-H Ph ography Club. The Noon (Light Lunch Provid- club is q pen to any youth be- ed) - The Menifee County tween the ages of 9-18 who Cooperative Extension Ser- have an interest in learning vice about the art of photography. Heirloom vegetable varlet- Club m abers will the have ies are-said to be more ra- the oppor" tunity to develop vorful and colorfulthan their their photography skills and conventional also be a part of many corn- counterparts. Come learn munity service activities. Be- about the benefits of planting ginning and advanced pho- heirlooms! tographers are encouraged to attend! Marcy Mitchell, APR. 11 Owner Naturevine Pho- Broke Leg Cleanup Day tography, along with several 9am-2pm other a tult volunteers are Lunch Served eager tO make this club a success! For more informa- APR. 12 tion yoa can contact Marcy Spirit University will be at naturevine@yahoo.com, hosting its 2014 RESTART or CourtneyJenkins, County Youth Conference at More- Extension Ag ntfor4-H/Ag- head State University on riculture at 606-768-3866, April 12, 2014, following by the following dates: March 20, April 17 and May 15. Lunch will be provided. There will be handouts and doorprizes at each meeting. For more information call 606-768-6384. MAY 17 FRENCHBURG CRUISE- IN, 5-9PM CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 MAY 22 Citywide Cleanup 10AM4PM JUNE 6 & 7 MUSIC IN THE PARK MOUNTAIN MEMORIES Crtfise-'m 9-3PM 4-H Talent Show Music and Crafts Parade Community Theatre Pre- sentation 6O6-768-3803; 606-768-9000 JUNE 21 FRENCHBURG CRUISE- IN 9PM CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 JULY4 MUSIC N THE PARK 7PM FIREWORKS AT DARK Live Band 606-768-3803 JULY 19 FRENCHBURG CRUISE- IN * 5-9PM ' CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 AUG, 2 MUSIC N THE PARK 7PM Back to School Bash DJ - Avon Garrison 606-768-3803 Cash given away every 15 minutes to registered Me- nifee County Students! AUG. !6 CRUISE-IN 5-gPM, FRENCHBURG CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 SEPT. 20 REUNION CRUISE-IN 1-7 PM, FRENCHBURG CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 OCT. 1 Business Appreciation Day, Farmers' Market 11:30- 1:30 PM Lunch Served Chamber Meeting after- wards OCT. 18 CRUISE-IN 5-9PM, FRENCHBURG CONTACT DON SMITH 606-768-2273 DEC. 5 GATEWAYS FINEST CHRISTMAS PARADE 6PM SENIOR MEDICARE PATROL, EMPOWEF ING SENIORS TO PRE- VENT HEALTHCARE " FRAUD. Even when you do every- thing right, there is a change that you could be a target of healthcare fraud. If you sus- pect that you have been a target of errors, fraud, and abuse, REPORT it. Also if you would like to know more about fraud, waste, ahd abuse with Medicare and Medicaid, and medical identity theft please contact: Robin Dalton, "Senior Medi- care Patrol Coordinator at MSU" at.606-743-1500 or 606- 783-8825. 877-815-0111 GA'IEWAY ADRC Gateway ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource Cen- ter)- Serving Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan & Rowan County The ADRC is designed as an entry point for persons who require or are in need of information surround- ing aging and disability re- hted issues. Through this entry point a person is able to discuss then" long-tenn care needs and the ADRC is designed to identify how these needs may be fulfilled through identification of pro- grams and services within their region. The ADRC is charged with the responsi- bility of conducting outreach services to the aging com- munity. For more information, please contact Casey Razor, 606-780-0090 or toll free: 1-855882-5307. MAR. 26 Become a foster parent Training begins March 26, 2014 108 E Locust Street Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 Contact Sheila Patrick 606-768-2154 ext. 25 APR. 12 Spirit University will be hosting its 2014 RESTART Youth Conference at More- head State University on April 12, 2014, following by the We Won't Be Shaken Tour, featuring Building 249, Family Force 5, and Hawk Nelson. More information at www.spirituproductions.com The Cave Run Symphony Orchestra announces our spring concert, "Sounds of the Cinema". The concert will be held on Saturday April 12th, 3:00pm, at the Rowan County Middle School in Morehead, KY. Featured works will include Candide Overture, Hebrides Over- ture, March Slave and music from Pirates of the Carib- bean and a Tribute to John Williams! Joining us for our inaugural season finale con- cert is conductor, Matthew Westgate. Ticket prices are Adult: $10, Student with ID: $5, and Children (17 and un- der): free. The upcoming concert season and more informa- tion on the Cave Run Sym- phony Orchestra, can be found by visiting." www.thecrso.com OCT. 25 - 26 Free Medical Clinic Remote Area Medical Oct. 25 - 26 Rowan County Middle School Sponsored by Morehead State University and Com- munity Partners To provide free medi- cal, dental and vision care which enhances quality of life through the delivery of competent and compassion- ate healthcare to those who are impoverished, isolated, or underserved without dis- crimination.