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School Notebook 6th grade academic team Congratulations to the 6th grade academic team who competed in the 6th grade Academic Showcase recently. Individual winners were: Marion Compton, 1st place, Language Arts; 4th place, Science; Erin Hughes, 6th place, Language Arts; Brandon Skaggs, 2nd place, Math; 2nd place, Arts Bethany Palmer Ensor Ensor inducted into :Order of Pegasus &apos; On February 27, 2003, Bethany Palmer Ensor was one of Wn undergraduate students and two graduate students who were inducted into the Order of Pegasus ,at the University of Central :Florida (UCF) in Orlando during their Leadership Week activities. The Order of Pegasus, the most prestigious student award given at the University, recognizes exem- plary UCF students who demon- strate outstanding university involvement, leadership, academ- ic achievement, and community service. UCF is Florida's second :. largest public university with an enrollment of nearly 39,000 stu- : dents. Also included this year as ," an undergraduate inductee into the : - Order of Pegasus was UCF's fast ." ever Rhodes Scholar, Tyler Fisher. '-The twelve inductees and their families and friends will be hon- ored at a reception on April 15 hosted by UCF President John C. Hitt. Bethany is the daughter of Jerry and Nancy Copher Ensor of Oviedo, Florida, and granddaugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Copher of Bath County and the late Mr. and Mrs. George Ensor of Winchester. She is also the niece of Harold Ray and Twila Copher, Charles and Mary B. Copher, and Lacy and Etna Copher, and the great-niece of Mrs. Roy Miller and the late Mrs. Grace Wells, all of Bath County. Bethany has served for two years on the UCF President's Leadership Council and currently serves as the chairman. The thirty members of the President's Leadership Council are chosen from the student body of 39,000 by a committee of faculty, staff, and students, and serve as ambas- sadors for the university and the President's office. Their duties include hosting university func- tions, touring distinguished guests of the university, and recruiting new students Bethany has been . privileged to escort many distin- guished guests during her tenure, to include Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former Lieutenant Governor Frank Brogan. She escorted the Democratic nominee in the 2002 gubernatorial election. Mr. Bill McBride, for a televised debate with Governor Bush help at UCf Among the dignitaries at that event were former president and Mrs. George H. Bush and for- mer Attorney General Janet Reno. In her position as chairman, in July 2002, she represented the Council at the University of Illinois' national LeaderShape Institute. For the past three years, Bethany has been the program coordinator for the Honors Elementary Outreach (HERO), a student volunteer program for local elementary schools, which is sponsored by the UCF Burner Honors College. of which she is a member. She has attended two national convention of the National Honors College ::Congress, one in Washington - :D.C., and one in Salt Lake City, : UT, where she gave presentations on running a student volunteer and Humanities; Ashley Chambers, 3rd place, Science; Miranda Warren, 5th place, Social Studies; 2nd place, Science; Quick Recall, 1st place, Brandon Skaggs; Marion Compton; Miranda Warren; Scott Trusty; Ashley Chambers; and Erin Hughes. BCMS placed second, overall. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) program. At the invitation of UCF President Hitt, Bethany is serving as the student representative on the search committee for UCF's new Provost, the top administra- tive position under the President. The new Provost will be selected and take office upon the retire- ment of the current Provost this summer. For two years, Bethany has served as a member of the Florida Youth Advisory Council (FYAC) for volunteerism. The council was formed by Volunteer Florida, the Commission on Community Service, with twenty-two mem- hers from across the state. The FYAC makes recommendations to the Governor, Cabinet and Legislature on matters relative to volunteerism and civic engage- ment and promotes volunteerism by Florida's youth. Bethany is double majoring in Molecular and Microbiology and Science Education. She has received numerous scholarships and awards during her college career, including the Florida Bright Future scholarship, UCF academic scholarship, Burnett Honors College scholarship, Florida Society of Engineers scholarship, UCF Bookstore scholarship, Student Government Association scholarship, and the Progressive Student Leader award. She has served as an off]- cer in several positions with her sorority, Delta Gamma, is an inductee into the Order of Omega, and has done extensive volunteer work within the community. She is currently completing a teaching internship in a 6th grade science class at Arbor Ridge K-8 School in Orlando, works part time for the UCF Burner Honors College, and teaches SAT, GRE, and MCAT preparatory classes for Kaplan, Inc. Bethany has passed her certi- fication test as a middle and high school science teacher in the state of Florida and will graduate in August 2003 with two bachelor degrees. Her future plans include pursuing a degree in medicine. OES Menu, week of April 21 Breakfast: Monda..2--Biscuit; gravy; fruit or juice; and milk. ---Cereal; honey gra- hams; fruit or juice; and milk. Wednesday--Sausage; bun; fruit or juice; and milk.  u r.._._qrL----C ere al; muffins; fruit or juice; and milk. Frida2L--Breakfast pizza; fruit or juice; and milk. Lun__ Monda__2L--Hot dog; bun; potato smiles; baked apples; and milk. Tuesdaa--Hamburger; bun; pickles; potato wedges; fruit; and milk. Wednesday--BBQ chicken; mashed potatoes; mixed vegeta- bles; roll; and milk. 1105 Indian Mound Drive, Mr. Sterling Colony Shoppes (next to Gail's (859) 498-3914 May Day & Prom Gowns & All The Accessories [] . i New & Upscale Consignment Now Accepting !iii!!!i:t Spring Consignment Bridal & Prom Dresses i Hallmark Easter Cards Stuffed RaObits . Easter Candy and Flags Lee Middleton Dolls Easter Baskets Russell Stayer Easter Candy Easter Glass Giftware Decorations i Miller Plaza, Owingsville <)v,0 Phone: 606-674-6334 1 THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of April 17 - April 24, 2003 t ;!?: -all ) Cord's K-1  On Thursday, March 6, the Bethel Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday. Here is Ms. Cord's K-1 class on that day. Front row, left to right: Jessica Copher; Jordan McCarty; and MacKenzie Snedegar; 2nd row: Garrett Dale; Mariah Bliffen; Savannah Bates; Cody Curtis; Chloe Greene; Savannah Fair; Demetrius Mynhier; and Hannah Treadway; --Pizza; French fries; orange wedges; and milk. --Beef and macaroni casserole; salad; peaches; Texas toast; and milk. Bethel Elementary menu, week of April 21 Breakfast: Mon_M__Q.&0_d' --Biscuit and gravy; bacon; juice or fruit; and milk. --Pancake and syrup; sausage; juice or fruit; and milk. Wednesday---Cereal; donut; juice or fruit; and milk. Thursday--Breakfast pizza; juice or fruit; and milk. F_.fi_d.-----Cereal; pop-tart; juice or fruit; and milk. Lunch: --Hog dog on bun; baked potato; fruit cup; cookie; and milk. Tuesda._--Ham and cheese pocket; peas; corn on the cob; and milk. Wednesday--Spaghetti and meat sauce; garden salad; pineap- ple slices; Texas toast; and milk. --BBQ chicken on bun; green beans; applesauce; and milk. Ffifi.d_--Ravioli; garden salad; peach cobbler; and milk. BCHS ' Menu, week of April 21 Breakfast: ---Sausage/cheese bis- cuit; fruit or juice; and milk. Tuesday--Muffins/honey buns; pop tarts; fruit or juice; and milk. WednesdayHarn/gravy; bis- cuit; fruit or juice; and milk. Thursday--Breakfast pizza; fruit or juice; and milk. .F_f._d_---Grilled cheese; fruit or juice; and milk. 3rd row: Bethany Crouch; Tabor Messer; John Workman; Mitchell; Brandy Bowles; Jason McKenna Bowling; Amanda Hayley Hornback; back row: school teacher) Virginia Boyd; (News-Outlook photo, courtesy Elementary) Lunch: M n__9_.0.d---Chee se stix/sauce; French fries; veggies/dip; choco- late pudding; and milk. ---Chicken casserole; mashed potatoes; gravy; green beans; rolls; ice cream; and milk. Wednesday--Spaghetti/meat sauce; garden salad; dressing; baked apples; Texas toast; and milk. Thursday--Chili dogs/bun; fries/ketchup; cole slaw; baked apples; chocolate chip cookies; and milk. FridaL--Stromboli/pizza sauce; lettuce; tomato; banana peppers; mozzarella cheese/chips; sliced peaches; and milk. BCMS Menu, week of April 21 Breakfast: Mon_M__Q.da --Bologna; fi'uit; and milk. TuesdlgL-- Sausage with bun; fruit; and milk. Wednesday--Cereal; mini honey bun; fruit; and Thursday--Eggs; and milk. Frida,L--Breakfast and milk; Lunch: Mond&y--Pizza or French fries; corn; ---Chicken roll; mashed potatoeS; beans; fruit; and milk. Wedm Texas toast; baked fruit pie; and nfilk. Th...ursday--Hot dog;: French fries; beans; fruit; and milk. Frid,y--Ham and sandwich; chips; lettuce; fruit; cookie; and milk. When: May 2, 2003 Where: Ramada Inn, Mt. 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