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8- March 20, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook N. R. Barnes (3rd Place) Photos courtesy of Jennifer Stacy-Bomt 2014 Scout Pack 222 Winners: from left, Blake OR (1st Place), Conner Carpenter (2nd Place), T. J. Kiskadm (First Alternate and 2nd Place Outlaw); and Zachary McCalvin (Best Gas Mileage) During the March 6, 2014 Scout Pack 222's Pinewood Derby, the News-Outlook incorrectly listed the order of the Derby winners. Out- law winners were also not announced at the time of the race. We apologize for this error. Below is a cor- rected list of the winners, courtesy of Jennifer Stacy- Bonot. Pinewood Derby Win- ners 1. Blake Ott 2. Conner Carpenter 3. N.R. Barnes 4. Hunter Everman 5. Robert Curtis Alt: 1. T.J. Kiskaden 2. Jack Wilson Outlaw Derby Winners 1. Terry Highley 2. Jack Kiskadon 3. Robert Curtis T. J. Kiskaden won 2nd in the open race at the Shawnee District Pinewood Derby and is eligible to compete at the Bluegrass Council Pinewood Derby May 16th. I k, F! By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com year for Spirit University, and organizers David Smith and Gary Hale are gearing up for another sph-it-filled day of learning, fellowship, and entertainment at More- head State University. This year's events are scheduled for Saturday, April 12 and begin with the RESTART Youth Confer- ence. Keynote speakers this year will include for- mer U.K. Wildcat Cameron Mills and highly sought- after motivational speaker Justin Lookadoo. Conference session top- ics will include "Social Me- dia and Young Christians," "Unbreakable Relation- ships," and "Youth Group Building," Conference attendees will be entertained in the evening:with the ' re Won't Be Shaken" Tour, featuring award-winning Christian rock band Building 429, Family Force 5, and Hawk Nelson, at the Morehead Conference Center at 6:30 p.m. Spirit University began as an idea discussed in the kitchen of the Korea Church of God by Smith and ,Hale as a way to rea.c.h out to today's youth message of Jesus Christ and to help church youth groups grow. The inaugural Spirit Uni- versity took place at More- head State University last April 2013, featuring News- k boys in concert. A second Spirit University also took place in Portsmouth. Ohio, at Shawnee State University featured Newsong ...... Smith and Hale en- courage all church youth groups and indMduals in the' region to attend this year's Spirit University. Attendance is $59 per indi- vidual, and church groups are also especially urged to attend. The registration fee includes conference admission, conference gift pack (t-shirt, backpack, and sguv.enir .braceleO, : l ch, we-concert cookout/block party, and concert ticket with early admission. You can register onfine at www. spMtuproductions.com or you nlay contact Spirit Uni- versity by phone at 606207- 2609 or 606-484-0396. I I , ( ,...=9' I ZS .b+l.a l,C / .LJ tiC/. .:"lii+--"':\ Servm:..,