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4 - March 22, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Photos submitted by Ron Weaver Bath County High Schoolstudents recent- ly hadthe opportunity to strut their stuff on the stage during their talent showcase. Participants and their performances in- cluded: 1. Michael Pelfrey- "Burning My Light"- by Mercy Drive * Nate Myhneir to take his shot (back hoop) 2. Emily Whetzel- "Get Out of Here"- by Melanie C 3. Cathy Prater- "15" -by Taylor Swift 4. Tewa Martin- "Baby"- by Justin Bieber 5. Danielle Hardin- 'q his is Me"- by Demi De- vita and Joe Jonas 6. Jennifer King and Fe- licia Hickerson- "Wildflow- er"- by Jane Doe Girls 7. Bfidgett Hardin- "Change" - by Taylor Swift 8. Anitra Thompson- '%Vhen You Were Mine" by Dixie Chicks 9. Dee Mynheir- Danc- ing "Smooth Criminal" by Michael Jackson 10. Ryder McCarty- "Creep" by Stone Temple Pilots Ii. Loretta.Robinson-"I Wonder" by Kelly Pickler * Adam Chaplin- Guitar (limited time) 12. Band- Brute Force- Travis Waiters, Griffith Bradley, Daniel Williams, Jared Caste- Original Song 13. Faculty Band- Char- ley Lyons, Robert Rawlins, Reed Fields, Robin Tolle, Burnsy Stewart, and Paul Prater Michael Pelfrey Anitra Thompson Cathy Prater Emily Whetzel The 2012 Lady Cats Softball Team Photo by Cecil Lawson Front Row, kneeling, Maegan McKenzie, Haley McFarland, Lexy Grimes, Taylor Moore, Shae Wright, Megan Penick, Hannah Mann, and Morgan Howard. Standing L-R, Asst. Coach Kehla Castle, Asst. Coach Ta'mela Porter, Kaitlyn Sammons, Christa Jamison, Taylor Everman, Amber Martin, Hannah Smoot, Haleigh Porter, Kelsey Thomason, Taylor Caudill. Alicia Wallace, Asst. Coach Mike McDermott, and Head Coach Kenny Williams. By Arlen McNabb, Bath County Athletic Director+ It was a hoops-fest for the basketball junkie this week. With the PNC KH- SAA Sweet Sixteen taking place in Lexingtonts Rupp Arena and the NCAATour- naments beginning play, it was a virtual smorgasbord of games. In state basket- ball action, Trinity had lit- fie trouble with Scott Coun- ty as they claimed the title in our version of the Sweet Sixteen. Fans of the Lou- isville Cardinals and Ken- tucky Wildcats watched and rejoiced as their teams advanced to the Sweet Six- teen in the NCAA tourna- ment. The Hoops program of Matthew Mitchell also won in their first round on Saturday. So, March Mad- ness continues unabated! In local sports action, our varsity softball team lost their second game of the season when they fell to Pads by a score of 10-9 in extra innings on Tues- day. However, the JV team got a measure of revenge in the second game, win- ning in a shut-out. Our only other re- al contest this past week saw our BCMS volleyball team travel to East Cart- er on Monday. The varsi- ty squad picked up an easy win but our JV squad lost in two sets. The rest of our programs all kick off their season this week. A quick glimpse of the schedule shows a lot of contests including a softball tournament at the Bath County Sports Com- plex this weekend. 'Re- member that the contests in red on the schedule are all home contests. There is a lot of red on the sched- ule! With home games of some sort scheduled ev- ery day this week, fans will have ample opportunity to observe our student-ath- letes in action. With the forecast calling for above- average temperatures, it will be a perfect opportuni- ty to support your athletic programs. Golden Rule Vinyl Products Co. LLC 31 2 West Pearl St., Cynthiana, KY 41 031 859-234-41 21 - We are USDA inspec d and custom plant We offer- farm raised beef Call us for all or your processing needs - We do beef lamb, oats and deer Drug & Alcohol Sup- port Meeting. Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church. Maple/Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Winter- Tues- day & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting. Public Wel- come. Share your experi- ence & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. Celebrate Recovery. Owingsville United Meth- odist Church. Every Sun- day, 6p. m. Celebrate Recovery. Botts Christian Church, ev- ery Monday, 7 p. m.. For more information, call 859- 585-8688 or 606-768-8011. Living Free, dependen- cy classes. New Life Fel- lowship. Wednesday, 6 p. m. Do you or someone you know need a GED? The GED Test is being offered for FREE from now until June 30, 2012. Please con- tact the Bath County Adult & Family Learning Center by calling (606)674-2664. We can help you build your Educational Dreams!! Bath County 4-H pres- ents "Family Force 5" in concert on Saturday, March 24th at 7:00pm at the Bath County Middle School in Owingsville, Ky. Family Force 5, a Chris- tian, Rock Band, has head- lined Ichthus Music Festi- val in Wilmore in the past and this year, too. "Family Force 5" will be performing with "Samestate" and Ow- ingsville's own '~he Safe- ty". Tickets are $12.00 for a floor seat and $10.00 for general admission. Tick- ets have already been sold to individuals from as far away as Ft. Knox, Greens- burg, Ky., Mt. Vernon, Rich- mond, Ky., FIorence, Ky. and even Ohio. Tickets can be purchased the night of the concert or contact Ter- ence Clemons, Bath C0un- ty 4-H Agent, at 606-336- 1692 to purchase a ticket in advance. Saturday March 24th- The Kentucky Market Pavilion will be holding an acrylic painting class from 1-4pro in the Educa- tion Room at the Bath Co. Pig. Center. This class is perfect for beginners or painting enthusiasts, no previous experience is re- quired. Deloris Sargent is the instructor and cost is $27 per person, please bring a 16x20 canvas all oth- er supplies will be provided. You must call 606-674-6688 to reserve your spot! Bath County Youth Baseball Program 2012 Registration: Sign-ups will be Saturdays, March 24th and 31st at Doughboy's in Owingsville from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Applications will be available at Bath County Schools and may be dropped off at Owings- ville Branch Bank in Miller Plaza or to a Baseball Asso- ciation officer (Tom Wills, Patrick Armitage, or Barry Fryman). Age Division/League T-Ball: 3-6 Yrs Minior League: 7-9 Yrs Cal Ripken League: 10-12 Yrs. Babe Ruth League: 13- 15 Yrs Youth Soccer signups will be on March 24th at Doughboy's Pizza from 2-6 pm. 4-H Camp forms are available at the Owings- ville Elementary Family Re- source Center. The camp is for ages 9-13. Camp will be held June 5-Sth. God Sent in concert, Slate Valley Christian Church, Sunday, March 25, at 10:45 a. m. Community-Wide March against Drugs, Friday, March 30, 1 p. m. Assembly begins at 2 p. m, at the Bath County High School Gym. Please join with BCHS students as we take a stand against drugs!! Performances by BCHS students, Acapella Lights, OES students, and guest speakers. 4th Annual Spring Craft Fair and Quilt Show, Saturday, March 31, 2012,9am - 3pm. Bath County Agriculture Center, 2914 East Highway 60, Ow- ingsville, Ky., just off Inter- state 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 include"People's Choice Awards" for favorite quilt and "Best of Show" for craft vendors 2:00pm. This activity is for children up to 12 years ot age. The Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 2:00pm. All pro- ceeds will go to the Resident Council Fund of Ridgeway, Hilltop and Colonial Nurs- ing facilities. Come share the fun and celebration of Easter! The Red River Water- shed Team has resched- uled its meeting date for Monday, April 9 at the Wolfe County Extensiofl Office in Campton at 6 p.m. The agenda will be made avail- able prior to the meeting. We hope to have the follow- ing meeting in Frenchburg and develop an alternating 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, http:// www.kwalliance.org/redriv- ergorge. For more informa- tion, contact Tessa Edelen [ Watershed Program Direc- tor, Kentucky Waterways Al- liance, Tessa@kwalliance. org l(502) 589-80081www. KWAlliance.org 4th Annual Special Kids Camp Spaghetti Din- ner and Auction, Sat., Apr. 14, at the Owingsville Chris- tian Church, in the Ramsey Building. Dinner begins at 4 p. m, auction at 6. Adults, $7, children 12 and under, $5. The Relay for Life of Bath County will be hold- hag the 2012. Spring Online Auction that will run from Saturday, 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 Page. March 31, 7 to 11 a. m., Bethel Volunteer Fire Department Auxilia- ry, All-You-Can-Eat Pan- cake Breakfast,, $6/per- son. Breakfast includes: Pancakes, sausage, bacon, milk, orange juice and cof- fee. Make plans to come out and support your local fire department. Door prize to be awarded by Keith Kirk- land, Modern Woodman Community Easter Egg Hunt- Everyone is invited to join us for a fun afternoon on Saturday, March 31th at Ridgeway Nursing and Re- habilitation. The festivities will begin with face painting and pictures with the Eas- ter Bunny from l:00pm to 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 Building (Ken- dall Springs Road) on April 20, 2012. For more informa- tion, please call Stephanie Little or Lisa Stewart at 674- 6314 or Patficia McClure or Mary Riddle at 674-2766. Saturday April 28th- ee Kentucky Market Pa- vilion will be holdingan acrylic painting class from 1-4pm in the Education Room at the Bath Co. Ag. Center. This class is perfect for beginners or painting en- thusiasts, no previous ex- perience is required. Delo- ris Sargent is the instructor and cost is $27 per person, please bring a 16x20 canvas all other supplies will be pro- vided. You must call 60G674- 6688 to reserve your spot! and support your local fire department. Door prize to be awarded by Keith Kirk- land, Modern Woodman. Special Cow Sale March 16th 6:00 pm SALE EVERY THURSDAY 1120 MiUersburg Road, Paris, KY Receiving Cattle - Wednesday, 8 aan. to 9 pan. "Fll'ml'S Doing Bnsiness With Fumen" For More Information Contact: Craig Taylor, (859) 771-0146 or Sam Faulkner, 588-4422 I , an