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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper March 22, 2012- 5 ]BJi]rtldh Allqlll3IO1LIIIFII((2(e]lqFII(e]FII{t .'i Taylor Addisyn Ellington ~ Taylor was born Feb. 15 at the Women's Center at ' St. Joseph East Hospital in Lexington. She weighed 6 ~lbs. 9 oz. and was 19 inches long, She is the daughter : of Derek Thomas Ellington and Rebecca Rassenfoss ~ EUington of Mt. Sterling. She was welcomed home *" by her two older sister's Clara and Laura Ellington. ~: Paternal grandparents are William D. and Jane C. !, Ellington of Bethel, KY. Maternal grandparents are ~, Dennis E and Deborah Rassenfoss of Paris, KY. Immediate Ope In the Morehead Area! Now Accepting Applications: Tuesday- Thursday 8:00 am - 10:00 am 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm All Shifts Available! Background and Drug Test Required! You must provide 2 forms of ID , RlllOU ll~ ll 535 North Shawnee Road Maysville, Kentucky 41056 606.563.0000 Doug Stone BIoker 2944 West Tunnel Hill Road Owmgsvrile KV 4936(] ,~,uctlolleers 866.822.9399 Submitted by Kelly Wilson Ten students represented Bath Co. High School last week in Louisville at the HOSA Conference and competition. Health Occupation Students of America is an organization formed of students from across the state who plan to major in a heath related field. These students are all in Ms. Emily Potter's Health Sciences class. During their first visit under the guidance of Ms. Potter, there was a 3rd and a 4th place ribbon brought home. Pictured are: Joe Snedegar, Zach Vanderpool, Taylor Everman, Brittany Balmer, Zach Horton, Amber Martin, Ms. Emily Potter, Liz Harmon, Hannah Staviski, Megan Stigall. Not pictured: Clark Kissick The family of Vershal Brown would like to say thank you to all our family and friends who have given us so many prayers. Thank you for the food, the flowers, encouraging words and the shoulders to cry on. The week after his passing we went through thousands of pictures and heard many, many stories. As we did this, we were reminded of many things. Looking at all of the family in pictures over the years, at birthday parties, vacations, church, and just everyday pictures...we realized how happy we all where and still are. We didn't put on a fake smile or pretend to be having a good time in those pictures, it was all real. Those pictures show how we live our lives each day. Those pictures show what he has taught us. He taught us about living by the Bible, loving one another and saying it, helping others, and working hard. He worked hard to not only be a provider for his family, but to teach us the importance of taking a break from work to have fun together, to love one another, to reach our achievements, to never give up what you love, and to never stop doing what you love. He worked hard to show us that he loved us. But he never stopped there...there was never a time that we departed from his house or he from ours when we didn't say I love you. We will continue to live like he has shown us; we will continue to love others, help others and strive to live life to its fullest. Once again, thank you to everyone who has done or said any- thing to let us know that you care. Thank you for the meals that were provided, they made things easier for us during that week. Thank you for the beautiful flowers, throws and pic- tures that were sent. Thank you for your encouraging words, shoulders to cry on, and sharing your memories. Thank you for being part of his life and ours. Most of all thank you all for your prayers; we will continue to need them as we continue ourjourney here on earth. ~~ By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The regular March meeting of the Owingsville City Council was cancelled last Monday evening be- cause a quorum of mem- bers was not present. The next regular meeting ot the City Council will take place on Monday, April 9, at7p. m. Saturday March 31 Preston Property Description: Trailer and lot in the Thomas Subdivi- sion in Preston. Selling to the highest bidder regardless of price!! Directions: This property is located in Preston across from Blevin's Grocery. Terms of Sale: 10% non-refundable deposit and signing of auc- tion purchase contract required immediately at the conclusion of the auction. Balance of purchase price due on or before 30 days. Property offered '~-s is, Where is" with no warranties expressed or implied. Inspections are encouraged and are the responsibility of the buyer. Announcements the day of sale take precedence over prior information: This trailer may have been built prior to 1978 and may contain lead based paint. Prospective buyers will be permitted to conduct lead-based paint test on the property during the 10 day period preceding the auction with the buyer agreeing to waive their right to any post-sale inspection. Eula and Arnold Miller Estate Carole Tucker, Executrix Sale Conducted by: TO CHOOSE STARTING AT k l , : ~ i~ m; .m i emlt wroi mmmn'L, aw ,m.l # llb'71B 2W'/l mk 6rmm (m l'dx "llmnl Rmtr'll, .m /UeR)RDAB~.~/V3 u Pomr m,m.m wmNH "LNaI " N,mJ FW" " w.m.m cmmmle( Equl am,m*$1l, J l emd #111m m081N0 EXT4WD ~1,~.~ STARTING AT ,- s23,500oo . STARTING AT Fi 122A lfJ EXT ff "lam it Wae" SlZ,m.M #918048 20~ktala~he"L~lw.L~lTr~" $I,W6.00 Serving You Since 1951 Che apC he'trt',oltt. Con 1-888-845-2261 *Ask us about* 714 West Water Street Flemingsburg, Ky 41041 VllNlOl.II I ITiIIIIY IIIIIPONTll