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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 04, 2013 - 11 DRUG AND AL- COHOL SUPPORT MEETINGS * Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church. Maple/ Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Winter - Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting. Public Welcome. Share your experience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. * Celebrate Recov- ery, Owingsville United Methodist Church. Ev- ery Sunday, 6 p. m. * Living Free depen- dency classes. New Life Fellowship. Wednesday, 6p.m. * Narcotics Anony- mous, Owingsville Methodist Church, Dar- nell Building at 75 W. Main St. Owingsville. Monday 7pm, Thurs- day 6pm, and Saturday 11am. Laurie M. 859- 274-6664 and unified- ministries@yahoo.corn * Alcoholics Anony- mous every Saturday at 8pm at the Acts 2 Caf6 * Al-Anon (for the families of addict/alco- holic) the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at the Acts 2 Caf6 BATH COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10 a. m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION holds its regular monthly meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Workingsession starts at 5:30 a.m. at the Board Office conference room. STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY The Bath County Me- morial Library has Sto- ry Time for toddlers on Tuesdays and for pre- schoolers on Fridays, both at 10 a.m. ZUMBA CIASSES FREE Zumba class every Thursday at 4:00- 5:00 in the Owingsville Elementary School Gym. Jill Baber is leading the class, and you are welcome to go at your own pace. If you are looking for a way to lose weight for FREE, this is a great way!!l We hope that ev- eryone can come and participate; it will be so much fun with lots of peoplell PRESTON NEIGH- BORHOOD WATCH $500.00 reward for in- formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any illegal activity in the areas of the Preston Neighborhood Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, DUI, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/neglect, animal abuse/neglect, thefts, littering, etc. In- formation will be kept confidential - contact Johnny Botts or Mike Ratl[ff. OVFD FUNDRAIS- ER The Owingsville Vol- unteer Fire Dept. will be hosting a door to door fundraiser. Anyone par- ticipating with a 820.00 donation will received one free 8x10 portrait. You will be contacted at your residence. Thanks for your con- finued support. Owingsville Volunteer Fire Department. For the months of No- APR. 5 gember and Decemb.er, the regular meetihg is C?ai ::Annual Spring Fair and Quilt held on the third Tues- Show day of the month. SHARPSBURG CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Monday of the month at Sharpsburg City Hall at 7 p. m. SALTLICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Depart- ment at 6 p.m. OWINGSVIILE CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Monday of the month at Owingsville City Hall at 7 p.m. OWINGSVILLR/ BATH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COM- MERCE holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at various loca- tions at noon. THE BATH COUN- TY RESCUE SQUAD holds its weekly meeting every Wednes- day night at 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Owings- ville. THE BATH COUN- TY AMBULANCE SERVICE BOARD holds it regular monthly meeting their second Thursday eve- ning of the month at 6 p.m at the Ambulance Service on Rowland Ave. in Owingsville. THE BETHEL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AUX- ILIARY meets the 4th Thurs- day of every month at 7:00pm at the Bethel Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. Any interested persons are invited to attend. presented by the Bath CountyArts Council Saturday, April 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bath County Agricul- ture Center 2914 East Hwy. 60, Owingsville, Ky., just off 1-64 Featuring jewelry, painting, woodwork, crochet, and more area handmade crafts Quilt Show: Quilts accepted the day of the event, Awards presented for "People's Choice Awards" for favorite quilt and "Best of Show" for craft vendors For more information, please contact Jessie Miller at 606-336-0115 APR. 6 YOUTH BENEFIT CHILI SUPPER MIDLAND FIRST CHURCH OF GOD FELLOWSHIP HALL 11479 EAST HWY 60 SALT LICK KY SATURDY APRIL 6 FROM 5PM TO 7PM COST 86.00 ADULTS AND S3.0o AGE 5 AND UNDER SILENT AUCTION DURING MEAL MORE INFO CALL C0-YOUTH LEADER LENA AT 606-336-1672 APR. 15 REVIVAL! YOUNGS VAL- LEY COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD APRIL 15-19, 7 PM NIGHTLY EVANGELIST: REV. DAVID HALE SINGERS: "ON A JOURNEY" THE PASTOR AND CONGREGATION EXTENDS TO ALL A WARM AND PRAYER- FUL INVITATION! JUL 20 Bath County 4-H Wild- cat Archery Shoot Saturday, July 20, at 9 a.m. at the Bath County Sports Complex Age groups: 9 to 11, 12 to 14, and 15 to 18 Divisions: Bowhunter, Target, Compound Bare Bow, Recurve/Longbow State rules will be fol- lowed. Fee is $10 per event. For registration forms and more information, contact Coach Mark Crouch at 606-336-2454 or the 4-H Office at 606- 674-6121 DRUG AND AL- COHOL SUPPORT MEETINGS * Celebrate Recov- ery at Botts Christian Church, every Monday, 7 p. m.. For more in- formation, call 859-585- 8688 or 606-768-8011. * Alcohol Anonymous (AA) meets at the Me- n[fee Wellness Center on Thursdays at 6:45pm. These are open meet- ings so that those bat- tling alcohol addiction and family members of those battling addiction may attend. For more information, please call 7688011. FRENCHBURG CITY COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Building. MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. MENIFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION holds its regular monthly meeting on the third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m at the Central Office FREE ZUMBA CIASSES Classes will be every Tuesday and Friday at 4:30pm in the MCHS cafeteria. Time is get started on your fall exer- cise routine. Come and learn the dances from the beginning. You can also attend FREE class- es at Botts Elementary School on Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30pm or at the Menffee Wellness Center on Tuesdays at 7:30 and Friday at 6:30. For more information, call 768-8011. 4-H PHOTOGRA- PHY CLUB Men[fee County 4-H is in the process of or- ganizing a 4-H Photog- raphy Club. The club is open to any youth between the ages of 9-18 who have an inter- est in learning about the art of photography. Club members will the have the opportunity to develop their photogra- phy skills and also be a part of many community service activities. Begin- ning and advanced pho- tographers are encour- aged to attend[ Marcy Mitchell, Owner of Na- turevine Photography, along with several other adult volunteers are ea- ger to make this club a success! For more infor- marion you can contact Marcy at naturevine@ yahoo.com, or Courtney Jenkins, County Exten- sion Agent for 4-H/Agri- culture at 606-7683866. MENIFEE PATCH- WORK QUILTERS Each Monday from 11:00 until 3:00, Men[fee Patchwork Quilters meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church in Frenchburg. They use traditional methods as well as new techniques and tools for quilting. Join the group to make the Maple Leaf quilt or bring your own project to work on. Everyone is welcome. See Men[fee County Patchwork Quil- ters on Facebook. For more information call Ruth Bryant at 7683810 or Shirley Miller at 768- 3466 or 859-274-3212. MENIFEE COUNTY JOB CLUB The Men[fee County Job Club will be held every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the Men[fee County Extension Of- rice. For more informa- tion contact the WIA Program at 768-3352. WEIGHT - THE REAhqY SERIES The Men[fee Co. Ex- tension Office will be holding "Weight - The Reality Series", a 6-week program of self-discov- ery, education, skill building and support. This program will meet every Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Wellness Center. THEATER PRO- DUCHON WORK- SHOP The Men[fee Com- munity Theatre Group is conducting four The- ater Lighting and Sound workshops. These workshops are open for enrollment for anyone in the community inter- ested in learning more about the steps of creat- ing a successful produc- tion There will be four workshops, with the fourth being an actual production: April 12, 6 p.m.; April 19, 6 p.m.; April 26, 6 p.m., and May 18, TBA For more information, call 606-768-8009 or visit us at facebook.com/ mctgonstage GIVE US YOUR STORY Members of the Me- nifee Community The- atre Group are collect- ing the stories of our community as we pre- pare for'the-June 2023 production of Mountain Memories - The Story of Us. Please contact Becky Crouch at 859-585.2364 to share your story and help us bring Men[fee's History to Life. APR. 12 There will be a corn toss tournament and silent auction on April 12th at Bethel Bap- tist Church Gym. The doors will open at 6 p.m. All proceeds will go to the Christian Workers Club of Bethel Baptist Church. APR. 19 Frenchburg/Menifee County Annual Awards Banquet Friday, April 19, at 6 p.m. at Clark Energy Building/Men[fee Com- munity Center Tickets are $25'and are available at the Chamber office, 46 Back Street, Frenchburg or call the Chamber office at 696-768-9000. MAY 18 1st Annual Mountain Memories Children's Performing Arts Festi- val Saturday, May 18, Farmers Market, Frenchburg, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sponsored by The Men[fee Community Theatre Group and the Brushy Fork Institute JUNE Men[fee County 4-H Summer Camp June 4 - 7 at J. M. Felt- ner 4-H Camp in Lon- don. Ages 9 - 13 Cost is $160. Scholar- ships are available upon request. Registration must be received by May 13 with $25 deposit at the Me- n[fee County Extension Office. Bunk space is limited, so turn in your applica- tions as soon as pos- sible. JUNE 27 Are you behind on the latest technology or just want to learn a little more about it? The Licking River Area Homemakers Technol- ogy Workshop is offer- ing an opportunity to learn more about Iden- tity Theft, Facebook, E- readers, and Managing Photos. The workshop will be held at the Flem- ing County Library on June 27, 2013 from 10:00 a.m.to 12:00 p.m. A small registration fee of $5.00 and the reg- istration form will need to be submitted to the Men[fee County Exten- sion Office no later than June 10, 2013. For more information and a registration form, please contact Amanda Hamilton at 606-768- 3866 or Amanda.hamil- ton@uky.eduor DRUG/ALCOHOL PROBLEM? Total Recovery is pos- sible!! If you need to someone to talk to, call us anytime - (513) 333- 0212 Cincinnati Restoration Church Men's Home and Women's Home - a Christian live-in drug restoration home - there is no charge for our services - many families nox live productive drug- free lives - a place that will change your life forever The church is located at 1101 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Home is located at 2163 Coleraln Ave., Cin- cinnati, Ohio. ATTENTION VET- ERANS A Veterans Benefits Field Representative will be at the VA Clinic, 333 Beacon Hill Drive, Morehead, Ky., on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (April 9). The hours are 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., and closed for lunch from Noon until 12:30. Veterans and their dependents will receive assistance filing for Fed- eral and State veterans benefits. This service is provided free of charge by the Kentucky De- partment of Veterans Af- fairs. To apply, veterans need to furnish copies of pertinent documenta- tion to verify eligibility. For further informa- tion, please call toll free within Kentucky, 1-866- 376-0308 to speak with a Veterans Benefits Field Representative. OPEN MIC NIGHT Open Mic Night in the Small Performance Cafe at Gateway Region- al Arts Center in Mt. Sterling. Doors open at 6:30pm and includes live performances of music, poetry and more. Free admission. Held every 3rd Thursday of the month (April 18) FOSTER PARENT- ING A' new year brings with it the hope of new beginnings. Give a child in need a new beginning by becoming a foster parent with Benchmark Family Services. To learn more about giv- ing a child a new begin- ning, please call (606) 783-0268 or go to www. benchmarlds.org. MASTER CATtLE- MEN PROGRAM The Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Men[fee, Mont- gomery, Nicholas and Powell County Exten- sion Offices are com- bining efforts to offer a Gateway Master Cattle- men Program. Due to the uncertainty of con- tinued State Agriculture Development Board funding this could pos- sibly be the last time the Master Cattlemen Pro- gram is offered. All graduates will re- ceive a reference note- book, a Master Cattle- men sign to display at their farm gate and will be Beef Quality Assur- ance Certified. To grad- uate from the Master Cattlemen Program you must attend 8 of the 10 sessions. The classes will be from 5:00 PM- 9:00 PM, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2 and 9. All will be held in Mt. Sterling at either the Montgomery County Extension Of- fice or Civic Center. The Registration Fee for the Gateway Master Cattlemen Program is $50 per participant. This fee includes 9 meals and the course materials. To register make a check payable to the Montgomery County Extension Office and fill out a Registration Form available at the Bath County Extension Office. SWIFt CREEK QUILTERS Swift Creek Quilters are going to meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month starting at noon in the Wolfe County Ex- tension Building. This will give us more time to learn and share quilting tips and techniques Everyone, from be- ginners to experienced quilters, is welcomed to come and enjoy this time to quilt! APR. 20 Spirit University/ Newsboys in Concert We will host the inau- gural Spirit University Christian Leadership Conference in the morn- ":ing h6urs'bf' dl' 20th. This conference will be a high energy and inspi- rational conference for church youth groups. Our event will be cul- minated with a Chris- tian Concert in Ellis T. Johnson Arena. At 7:00 pm Spirit University will present Newsboys live and in concert. For more information, contact Gary Hale at (606) 207-2609 or email him at ghale.leader- ship@gmail.com http://spirituniver- sity2013.com/ "Like" them on Face- book at www.facebook. com/spirituniversi- ty2013 APR. 26 Wild Horse and Burro Adoption April 26 and 27, 2013 Springfield, Ohio Champions Center, 4122 Laybourne Rd. Friday Preview: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday Adoption: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adoption by First Come, First Serve For more information, contact 866468-7826 U. S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Man- agement, Wild Horse and Burro Program AUG. 17 Gateway Special Olympics llth Annual Car, Truck, Tractor, and Mo- torcycle Show Downtown Mt. Ster- ling Gates open at 8:30 a.m., registration 9 a.m. to 1p.m. Held in conjunction with Small Town Amer- ica Festival Food, games, raffles, door prizes, live music, and more For more information, contact David Catch- ings, 859498-9874 or 859-398-5355 www.kycarsforkids. corn