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c 6 - April 6, 2017 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook " BATH COUNTY Special Interest Club - Paper Crafts Are you interested in creating paper crafts and ";want to get involved at the "Extension Office? Contact '"the Bath County Extension '!.Office for more information. ."We are looking to start this ':-club in the fall. 606.674.6121 ' * 6th District Congressman AndyBarr Andy Barfs Bath County office hours are the first fTuesdayr of every month om 9 AM -i0 AM at the Bath County Court House Annex. ~ Scrapbook Club Are you interested in de- signing beautiful cards/ layouts for your pictures? Join the Scrapbook, Club. It is held on the first Wednes- days of the month. Bring your paper, ideas, and join us as we learn something each month. Bring your luncJal 10-2 pm at Ex tension Office. / Bath County Homemaker County Memorial Library on Free Zumba Classes, Representative. Association April 7th Saturday, April 8th at noon. Frenchburg Community For more information The Country Boys will be Participants should be 15 Center, Tuesday and Thurs- April 8th and to join the Bath County playing at the Hon's Club years or older. Bring your day, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tilton Volunteer Junior Homemakers contact Sher- on Friday, April 7th from own camera and dress for Firefighters pancake break- ry Butcher (606-674,2246), 8-11pm. comfort. 6th District Congressman fast from 7-11am at Tilton Bath County President, or Andy Barfs Fire Dept. Nicole Gwishiri (606-674- April 3-8 April 9th Representative will hold 6121) at the Extension Of- REVIVALat Salt Lick Free- Christian Social Services office hours at the Menifee Family Fun Day rice for more information, will Baptist Church Monday annual fundraiser dinner at County Court House on Presented by Rowan April 3rd through Saturday the Owingsville First Church the first Wednesday of the County Child Abuse Preven- FREE GED Readiness April 8th. Bro. James Hick- of God Fellowship Hall from month from 1 to 2 p.m. tion Committee Testing erson will be preaching 12-2pm. Saturday, April 8, 11 am to Free GED Readiness and special singing by local April 8th 1 pm testing has been extended groups. 7:00 PM nightly. April 15th Menifee County Fire Dept. Laughlin Gym at More- through January 2017. Of- Pastor Andy Lands and con- Special Needs Camp will Auxiliary will hold its annual head State University rice hours are 8:30 am - 5:30 gregation invites everyone hold their annual Spaghetti Easter egg hunt at the coun- Free Admission pm M-Th. Call 606674-2664 fundraiser on April 15th at ty park at 2:00pm. Games and activities for for an appointment today. ........ April 8 the Ramsey Building in Ow- kids, inflatables, face paint- - " Ridgeway Nursing Homeingsville from 5-7pm. AREA EVENTS ing, live DJ, Barman and Foster Parents Needed and Rehab Easter Egg Hunt Spiderman featuring the Bat- Let Benchmark Family will be held on Saturday, April 18th ATTENTION mobile, hold court with the Services help you bring joy April 8th at 10am. Egg hunt Tuesday, April 18th the VETERANS Snow Sisters, free food and to a child inneed, Please call , ages up to 10 years Be- 4th annual Walk for Autism A Veterans Benefits Field door prizes 606-783-0268: to start YOur/ gins at 10 a.m. will start at the Bath County Representative will be at the journey. Middle School parking lot at VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill April 14th Sharpsburg Christian 6pm. Following the walk, in- Drive, Morehead, KY on the The Bowling family will April 6th Church Easter Egg Hunt at formational booths will be in 2nd Tuesday of each month, be in concert at the House 2017 Traveling Tomato 2:00pro on Saturday, April the middle school gym. The hours are 8:30am until of Prayer for the Good Fri- show at the Bath County 8th. Open to public. Rain 3pm. day service on April 14th at Memorial Hbrary, Thurs- date April 15th after church MENIFEE For further information, 7:00pm. Everyone is invited day, April 6th at 6:00pm. Free services, please call toll free within KY to attend. Heirloom seeds available. ' FREE ZUMBA 1-866-3760308 to speak with Call 606674-2531 to register. Photo Walk at the Bath CLASSES a Veterans Benefits Field in recent days with theft- paperwork that now takes nil passage of Senate Bill 1. This bill, known as the "reachers Can Teach" bill, is a wide-ranging measure that will deliver sweeping education reform and effec- tively repeal Common Core standards, The measure will change how Kentucky public schools are held account- able for student progress as well as how teachers are evaluated. It will place more control and account- debate, and media atten-ability in the hands of lo- tion from across the globe cal school districts, giving -] wrapped up what started them a stronger voice in lime from teachers and ad- rninistrators. The measure passed by wide margins and with nearly unanimous support in both the Sen- ate and House. It has been delivered to the governor's office to be signed into law. In addition to passing ma- jor bills this week, we over- rode four vetoes issued by the governor shortly before we returned to the Capitol on March 29 after a two-week recess. The gov- ernor's four vetoes focused on measures dealing with the regulation of drones, cludes provisions to re- move licensing restrictions that make it harder for felons to find jobs. It also makes improvements in reentry substance abuse supervision. House Bill 13 lays out the foundations for a new veter- ans' nursing home in West- ern Kentucky. House Bill 128 will en- sure that public schools are allowed to offer elective Bible literacy classes to stu- dents. House Bill 206 establish- es the Dual Credit Schol- arship Program, allowing or duty location that is 100 miles or more from the worker's home. House Bill 522 is another bill aimed at helping state agency minors by allow- ing children who are at least 17 years old to seek a high school equivalency diploma. House Bill 524 will help tight human trafficking by requiring public schools to display the National Hu- man Trafficking Reporting Hotline information and will require the hotline number of the National Hu- man Trafficking Resource big-picture summary of the highly successful 2017 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. In the months to come, lawmak- ers will continue studying and discussing the issues we are likely to take up in next year's session. If you would like to offer input on the work lawmakers have completed in this year's session or the issues we have yet to tackle, I hope you will take the time to share your thoughts. If you have any questions or comments about these issues or any other public as a quiet final week of the improving performance by court-ordered treatment high school students to use Center to be posted at rest policy issue, please call ii 2017 Session of the Ken- both students and teachers, for certain mentally ill pen- education credits for both areas. The measure will me tolllfree at 1-800-372- ,; tucky General Assembly. The legislation also re- ple with a history of invol- their current high school also make promoting hu- 7181 or email me at albert. .*, Minutes before the Senate uires vi orous re , ..... q g gular untary hospitalization, the class and future postsec- man trafficking .involving robinson@lrc.ky.gov. You ,,gaveieu out mr good, bovr reviews of academic stan- manner of disbursing funds ondary institutions, commercial sexual activity can ,also review the Legisla- ,!ernor Matt Bevin called thi dards in Kentucky schools from a mulfimillion dollar House Bill 253 will help a criminal offense against a tures work online at www. s.ess!on .the most produc- and holds schools account- legal settlement with Volk- protect abused children minor if the victim is under lrc.ky.gov. tive mhistory.-Itwastrtfly able for sucvess indicators swagen, and the iaam ngflaroug Ll oALnccdvis 18." .... ................ ""7'"" ...... " ' i; an honor to workalongs e suqh as gra luation rates of roads in certain l art{ of its by state% ci ["s6r ce, .... My next piece wi/i be a i 3 the governor with the new arid college admissions the state. All four o, these wherg. ,childWrkers to the residenceSor I1 I1:i House Majority to "p ss exam scores.'it offers state, vetoes were overridden in abuse . llg p p l|ei many great initiatives for funded oppor nities tothe Senate and House with glect tias occurred. The our commonwealth, assess students academic bipartisan support, unannounced visits willNeed lotion at whole sale rateP.? ..Critics and sup.porters progress through taking In other business this continue until the welfare , .alike have noted the ses.- early college admissions week, the Senate approved of a child has been safe- stun was among the bus1- tests, returns responsibil- a number of bills that will guarded. . Used tann!ng bed 28LE $-t-;995:00 : est our state has ever seen. ity for teacher evaluation become law when signed. House Bill 375 prohib- This Winter Only $1,495.00 We added to the sessions " back local school boards, by the governor, including: its disqualification for un- majr accomplishments and r6duces theamount of Senate Bill 120 is a crimi- employment benefits for 30 bulb two face tanner " , ....... nat justice reform .bill that a worker who leaves a job I iC/ nt all ! prison successfully rejoin who has been reassigned For quotes call: 606-683-2104 " | iI is seeking applicants for Litter I Now Accepting Patients i : I Abatement position. For more I " I information call the Judge's I ! FredV.Laus ,D.P.M. Office at 768-3482 I I 112 w. High Street ) Mt. Sterling, Ky. i! Podiatrist - Specializing in the medical and surgical' treatment of foot andankle disorders Call 498-5151 for an appountment Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m Fair Housing Resolution LET IS BE KNOWN TO ALL PERSONS OF the City of Sharpsburg that discdminaion in the sale, rental, leasing, financing Q~f housing or land to be used for construction of housing oi" in the provision of brokerage services because of race, color, religion, sex or national origin is prohibited byTitle VII of the 1968 Civil Rights Act (Federal Fair Housing Law). It is the policy of the City of Sharpsburg to implement programs to e'~S~e equal opportunity in housing for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex or national odgin. The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 expands coverage to include disabled persons and families with children. Therefore, the City of Sharpsburg does hereby pass the following Resolu- tion. BE IT RESOLVED that within available resources the City of Sharpsburg will assist all persons who feel they have been discriminated against be- cause of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or familial status to seek equity under Federal and state laws by filing a complaint with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Fair Hous- ing and Equal Opportunity, Compliance Division BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Sharpsburg shall publicize the Resolution and through this publicity shall encourage owners of real estate, developers and builders to become aware of their respective responsibilities and nghts under the Federal Fair Housing Law and amend- ments and any applicable state or local laws or ordinances. SAID PROGRAM will at a minimum include: (1) printing and publicizing of this policy and other applicable fair housing information through local media and community contacts; (2) distribution of posters, flyers, and any other means that will bnng attention to those affected, the knowledge of their respective responsibilities and dghts concerning equal opportunity in .housing; and (3) prepare an analysis of impediments to fair housing choice amd actions to mitigate such impediments. EFFECTIVE DATE This resolution shall take effect 4-3-2017 Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 04.06.17