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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper,April 18, 2013 - Zl DRUG AND ALCO- HOL SUPPORT MEET- INGS * Salt Lick Free Will Bap- tist Church. Maple/Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Win- ter - Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting. Public Welcome. Share your experience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. Celebrate Recovery, Owingsville United Meth- odist Church Every Sun- day, 6p. m. Living Free dependen- cy classes. New Life Fellow- ship. Wednesday, 6 p. m. Narcotics Anonymous, Owingsville Methodist Church, Darnell Building at 75 W. Main St. Owingsville. Monday 7pm, Thursday 6pm, and Saturday llam. Laurie M. 859-274-6664 and unifiedministries@yahoo. com * Alcoholics Anonymous every Saturday at 8pro at the Acts 2 Caf6 * Al-Anon (for the fami- lies of addict/alcoholic) the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at the Acts 2 Caf6 BATH COUNTY FIS- CAL COURT holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10a, m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION holds its regular month- ly meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Working session starts at 5:30 a.m. at the Board Of- fice conference room. For the months of November and December, the regular meeting is held on the third Tuesday of the month. SHARPSBURG crIY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Mon- day of the month at Sharps- burg City Hall at 7 p. m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tues- day of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Depart- ment at 6 p.m. OWINGSVILIF- CITY COUNCIL holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Monday of the month at Owingsville City Hall at 7 p.m. OWlNGSVILLE/BATH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at various locations at noon. THE BATH COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD holds its weekly meeting every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Owingsville. THE BATH COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE BOARD holds it regular monthly meeting their second Thurs- day evening of the month at 6 p.m at the Ambulance Service on Rowland Ave. in Owingsville. THE BETHEL VOLUN- TEER FIRE DEPART- $500 00 reward for infor- marion leading to the ar- rest and conviction of any illegal activity in the areas of the Preston Neighbor- 'hood Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, DUI, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/neglect, animal abuse/neglect, thefts, littering, etc Infor- mation will be kept con- fidential - contact Johnny Botts or Mike Ratliff. OVFD FUNDRAISER The Owingsville Vol- unteer Fire Dept. will be hosting a door to door fun- draiser. Anyone participat- ing with a $20.00 donation will received one free 8x10 portrait. You will be contacted at your residence. Thanks for your contin- ued support. PRIMARY/INTERME- DIATE SCHOOL SUR- VEY Attention all stakeholders and community members. Please complete the Pri- mary/Intermediate School Survey. The Bath County School Board requests your feed- back on the pros and cons concerning a possible change from the current two P-5 schools to one P-2 and one 3-5 school. Visit the Bath County Schools District Website at= www.bath.kyschools. us to access the link for the Primary/Intermediate School Survey through Sur- vey Monkey. If you do not have access to a computer, you may obtain a hard copy from the Bath Co. Board of Education; dial (606) 674- 6314 with questions. The deadline to participate is April 18th, 2013. APR. 18 Community Forum Thursday, April 18, at 6p.m. Bath County Board of Education Annex Discussion on the possi- bility of school reconfigura- tion Your feedback is re- quested on the possibility of-changing the,configura- tion of the current two Pre- school through 5th Grade Schools to one Preschool through 2nd Grade School and one 3rd through 5th Grade School. Please attend the forum to participate in the open discussion. ers, pain, batteries, or tires. We will pick up limbs if they are cut and tied in 3-foot bundles. Please have your items by the curb. If you have any questions, please call 674-6361, from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. APR. 26 Lakeview Community Church Fish Fry 581 Cave Run Lake Rd./ Hwy. 826, just off of U. S. 60 Friday, Apr. 26, 4 to 8 p.m. Huge buffet: fish, hush puppies, baked beans, slaw, drinks, desserts $12/adults, $6/children MAY2 Blood Drive at Cross- roads Elementary School Gym Thursday, May 2, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sponsored by the Ken- tucky Blood Center Bath Co. High School SBDM Parent Elections BCHS Site-Base Decision Making Parent elections will be held on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 6:00pm in the BCHS Cafeteria. Nomi- nations will be accepted through Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 3:00pm. Nomination forms may be picked up in the BCHS front office. No nomina- tions will be taken on the floor that evening. For questions/concerns regarding the Parent elec- tion, please contact the Guidance Office at 606-674- 6058. MAYll May Day Parade and Miss Bath County Pageant 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 !4, and 15 to 18 Divisions: Bowhunter, Target, Compound Bare Bow, Recurve/Lougbow State rules will be fol- lowed. Fee is $10 per event For registration forms and more information, con- tact Coach Mark Crouch at 606-336-2454 or the 4-H Of- rice at 606-674-6121 APR. 19 DRUG AND ALCO- There will be a benefit HOL SUPPORT MEET- dinner and auction for Pau- INGS * Celebrate Recovery at lette Leigh at the Northside Botts Christian Church, Church of God on Friday, every Monday, 7 p. m For April 19, 2013. more information, call 859- She has been in hospitals 585-8688 or 606-768-8011. 17 different times in the * Alcohol Anonymous past year. She has been a candidate for a double lung transplant since January 2012, due to pulmonary fi- brosis. The benefit dinner runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Adult are $7, children 3 to 12, $4, and children under 3 are free. Menu includes fried chicken, chicken and dump- llugs, meatloaf, mashed po- tatoes, green beans, rolls, desserts, and drinks. Auction begins at 6 p.m. The church is located at 1086 W. Hwy. 36, just west of Owingsville. For more information, call 6O6-674-8089 (AA) meets at the Menifee Wellness Center on Thurs- days at 6:45pm. These are open meetings so that those battling alcohol ad- diction and family members of those battling addiction may attend. For more infor- marion, please call 768-8011. FRENCHBURG CITY COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thurs- day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Buad . MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. many community service order to get signed up to activities. Beginning and accept WIC Vouchers and advanced photographersSenior Citizen checks. If are encouraged to attend[ you would like to sell this Marcy Mitchell, Owner of year but cannot attend this Naturevine Photography, meetingplease call Char- along with several other lene Smallwood at 768-3724 adult volunteers are eager to make this club a suc- cess! For more information you can contact Marcy at naturevine@yahoo.com, or Courtney Jenkins, County Extension Agent for 4-H/ Agriculture at 606-768-3866. MENIFEE PATCH- WORK QUILTERS Each Monday from 11:00 until 3:00, Menifee Patch- work Quilters meet in the so other arrangements can be made. The vendors that sold at the 2012 Market and intend on selling this year, please bring your stamps (both of them) with you to this meeting. If you have any questions, please call Charlene Smallwood or the Menifee County Extension Office at 768-3866. MAY 18 1st Annual Mountain basement of the Presby- Memories Children's Per- terian Church in French- forming ArtsFestival burg. They use traditional Saturday, May 18, Farm- methods as well as new er's Market, Frenchburg, techniques and tools for q ting. Join the group to make the Maple Leaf quilt or bring your own project to work on. Everyone is wel- come. See Menifee County Patchwork Quilters on Facebook. For more infor- marion call Ruth Bryant at 768-3810 or Shirley Miller at 768-3466 or 859-274-3212. MENIFEE COUNTY JOB CLUB The Menifee County Job Club will be held every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the Menifee County Exten- sion Office. For more in- formation contact the WIA program at 768-3352. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sponsored by The Me- nifee Community Theatre Group and the Brushy Fork Institute WEIGHT - THE REAL- ITY SERIES The Menifee Co. Exten- sion Office will be holding "Weight ~ The Reality Se- ties", a 6-week program of self-discovery, education, skill building and support. This program will meet ev- ery Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Wellness Center. THEATER PRODUC- TION WORKSHOP The Menifee Community Theatre Group is conduct- ing four Theater Lighting and Sound workshops. These workshops are open for enrollment for anyone in the community interested in learning more about the steps of creating a success- ful production There will be four work- shops, with the fourth being JUNE 4- 7 Menifee County 4-H Sum- mer Camp June 4 - 7 at J. M. Felmer 4-H Camp in London. Ages 9 - 13 Cost is $160. Scholar- ships are available upon ter parent with Benchmark Family Services. To learn more about giving a child a new beginning, please call (606) 783-0268 or go to www. benchmarkfs.org. MAS2~R CATrI EMEN PROGRAM The Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Menifee, Montgomery, Nicholas and Powe11 County Extension Offices are combin- ing efforts to offer a Gateway Master Cattlemen Program. Due to the uncertainty of continued State Agriculture Development Board funding this could possibly be the last time the Master Cattlemen Program is offered. All graduates will receive a reference notebook, a Mas- ter Cattlemen sign to display at their farm gate and will be Beef Quality Assurance Cer- tiffed. To graduate 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 18, 25, May 2 and 9. All will be held in Mr. Sterling at either the Montgomery County Ex- tension Office or Civic Center. The Registration Fee for the Gateway Master Cattle- men Program is $50 per par- ticipant. This fee includes 9 request, meals and the course materi- Registration must be als. received by May 13 with To register make a check 825 deposit at the Menifee payable to the Montgomery County Extension Office. County Extension Office and Bunk space is limited, so fill out a Registration Form turn in your applications as available at the Bath County soon as possible. Extension Office. JUNE7 Grand Opening of the Mountain Memories Ar- tisan Center and Menifee County Veteran's Center, located in the old City Hall building. JUNE 27 Are you behind on the lat- est technology or just want to learn a little more about it? The licking River Area Homemakers Technology Workshop is offering an a~pOrtunity to learn more out Identity Theft, Face- book, E-readers, and Man- aging Photos. The workshop will be held at the Fleming County Library on June 27, 2013 an actual production: from 10:00 a m to 12:00 p.m. AP~ 12, 6 p.m.; April 19, A small registration fee 6p:m;, April 26; 6 p.m and oI,$3.00 and the registration May 18, TBA form will need to be submit- For more information, ted to the Menifee County Extension Office no later call 606-768-8009 or visit us at facebook.com/mctgon- stage GIVE US YOUR STORY Members of the Menifee than June 10, 2013. For more information and a registration form, please contact Amanda Hamilton at 606-768-3866 or Amanda. hamilton@uky.eduor DRUG/ALCOHOL PROBLEM? Total Recovery is possible!! 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 now live productive drug-free lives - a place that will change your life forever The church is located at 1101 Harrison Ave Cincin- nati, Ohio, and the Home is located at 2163 Colerain Ave Cincinnati, Ohio. cintirestoration.org Community Theatre Group are collecting the stories of our community as we pre- pare for the June 2013 pro. duction of Mountain Memo- ties - The Story of Us. Please contact Becky Crouch ,at 859-585-2364 to share your story and help us bring Menifee's History to Life. ATIENTION VETER- ANS A Veterans Benefits Field Representative will be at the MENIFEE COUNTY VETERAN'S CENTER As part of a partnership with the Menifee Com- munity Theatre Group, a Menifee County Veteran's Center will be opening on the top floor of the new Mountain Memories Arti- san Center (old City Hall) on June 7th. This center will honor and pay tribute to the veterans of Menifee County. If you would like to loan or donate items to the center please contact Lori Franklin at 768-8011. Items may include uniforms, pic- tures, awards, posters and other memorabilia. APR. 19 Frenchburg/Menifee County Annual Awards APR. 20 MENIFEE COUNTY Banquet SWIFt CREEK QUIL- TERS Swift Creek Quilters are go- ing to meet on the 3rd Tues- day of the Month starting at noon in the Wolfe County Extension Building. This will give us more time to learn and share quilting tips and tech- niques Everyone, from beginners to experienced quilters, is web corned to come and enjoy this time to quilt! APR. 20 Spirit University/News- boys in Concert We will host the inau~mral Spirit University Christian Leadership Conference in the morning hours of April 20th. This conference will be a high energy and inspirational conference tor church youth groups. Our, event,wiirbe cul- minated with a Christian Con- cert in Ellis T. Johason Arena. At 7:00 pm Spirit University will present Newsboys live and in concert. For more information, con- tact Gary Hale at (606) 207- 2609 or email him at ghale. leadership@gmail.com http://sp'nituniversity2013. corn/ "Like" them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/spirituni- versity2013 APRIL 21 - 23 Revival Services At: The House of Prayer, Inc. 600 Whispering Oaks Morehead, Kentucky Sunday, April 21 @ 6pro April 22-23 @ 7pro Featuring Dr. Randy Caldwell From: Houston, Texas Randy as ministered at many churches and confer- ences including Pastor. John Haggee, V.0.E. Perry Stone T.B.N. and many more The House of Prayer is lo- cated about 1 miles off 1-64 Exit 133, and about mile off Hwy 801. Everyone is invited to at- tend these special services. For more information call 606-784-7023 Pastor: Winston McClurg VA Clinic, 333 Beacon Hill APR. 26 MENT AUXILIARY BOARD OF EDUCA- Friday, April 19, at 6 p.m. Drive, Morehead, Ky on the meets the 4th Thursday Preschool/Head Start TION at C!arkEnergy Budding/ 2nd Tuesday of each month Wild Horse and Burro x en ee t.ommumty t enter of every month at 7:00pm county-wide registration for holds its regular monthly Tickets e i ^ ^(May 14). The hours are Adoption ar ~O cutu me= at the Bethel Volunteer Fire the 2012-2013 school year mee'fi~g on the third Thurs- o~,~ao~,lo o~,ho c-h~ k,~, ,~ 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m and April 26 and 27, 2013 Department. Any inter-will take place from 9"00 to day of the month at 6 p.m at ,~"~.'~'~L"L~ ,~,o~,~, ~- closed for lunch from Noon Springfield, Ohio . ,h. nce, at) Pack u'eet, rrencn- until 12:30. Champions Center,4122 ested persons are invited to ~:uu at the t, ateway rlean burg or call the Chamber Veterans and their depon- Laybourne Rd. attend. Start Building (Kendall ~v,~ -~,~r~A r,T A~e~-~ office at 696-768-9000. dents will receive assistance Friday Preview: 2 p.m. to 7 Springs Road) on April 20, ~rmr.~uz ~-~or.o filing for Federal and State p.m. STORY TIME AT THE 2n12 ~lasses wm De every An~-~- ~." Tuesday and Friday at veterans benefits. This ser- Saturday Adoption: 8 a.m. LIBRARY for more tmormauon, 4"3nnm in the MCHS c~ vice is provided free of charge to5p.m. The Bath County Memo- please call Stephanie Little e~eri~ Time is ~,et started Diabetic Cooking Class by the Kentucky Department Adoption by First Come, rial Library has Story Time or Lisa Stewart at 674-6314 on your fall ex~'rcise rou- ~Join .theMenifee County of Veterans Affairs. To apply, F~rst Serve for toddlers on Tuesdays "" r xrensmn omce mr ~OOK- or Patricla McClure or tree. Come and learn the veterans need to furnish cop- For more information, con- ~ and for preschoolers on Fti- Mary Riddle at 674-2766 dances from the beginning mg mr a trotter xou ,7 a~ ies of pertinent documenta- tact 866468-7826 ' days, both at 10 a.m. " v o~, o**=,a ~'~'w nanas on maDetes coomng tion to verify eligibility. For U.S. Dept. of interior, Bu- ' class This free class will be APR. 21 , classes at Botts Elementary Wednesday," April" 24th at 5 further information, please reau of Land Management, , ZUMBA CIASSES School on Mondays and call toll free within Kentucky, Wild Horse and Burro Pro- . p m at me macaroon uI- FREE Zumba class every Thursdays at 5:30pm or at " " 1-866-376-0308 to speak with a gram ,Blood Drive at Owmgs- the Menifee Wellness Cen- rice. Please-call-to register . Thursday at 4:00-5:00 in the ville First Church of God - "" 'P" ~dm s ~* .7 oa ~ at 768-3866. Veterans Benefits Field Repre- OwingsvilleElementaryre uowsmp nan Friday at 6:30. For more in- sentative. AUG. 1 7 ' School Gym. ~unuay, Apr. 21, 11 a.m. formation, ca]] 768-8011. z~wK. ,~a Jill Baber is leading the to 3 p.m. OPEN MIC NIGHT Gateway Special Olympics , class, and you are welcome Sponsored by the Ken- 4-H PHOToGRA- Farmers.WlarketMeethlg,- Open Mtc Night in the llth Annual Car, Truck, ' i nere wm De a farmer s to go at your own pace. tucky Blood Center PHY CLUB Small Performance Cnfe at Tractor, and Motorcycle Show If you are looking for :,^^ r, ~u :- : MarKet lvieeung on i nurs- Gateway RegionalArts Center Downtown Mt. Sterling lvic~cc ~uuuty "*-n ~ m day Anril 25th at 6 n m at in Mt. Sterling. Doors open at Gates open at 8:30 a.m reg- a way to lose weight for APR. 24 - 25 the process of organizing a ,h~' 1Ul'ron;f~ ~' ~ ~v 6:30pm and includes live per- istration 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. i FREE, this is a great wayllI : "~" ~H.Photography Club:,The tension Office for anyone formances of music, poetry Held in conjunction with We hope that everyone can The City of Owingsville CmOlsopentoanyyoum?e- wanting to sell at this yeads and more. Free admission. Small Towa America Festival tween me ages oi ~-~ who , come and participate; it will will be having clean-up days Farmer's Market. This is Held every 3rd Thursday Of Food, games, raffles, door be so much fun with lots of nave an interest m learning ,on Wednesday, April 24, and 1. i. a mandatory meeting for the month (April 18) prizes, live music, and more * peoplell q.t. ~ ^ oc ~.^ ~ovut me oat v~ v,otog, a- anyone who will have ,~ Httu~uay, 'x~tu ~o, uuttt Club mem ~',~l|--j, p.v 1.~ J', IJ~to w/dtl duce for the 2013 Farmer's FOSTER PARENTING For more information, con- ,8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. We the have the o--or'-'-:"" to tact David Catchings, 859-498- ,PRESll)N NEIGH, . vv mmty Market selling season. You BORHOOD WATCH ,will NOT pickup re fr~.er a- develop ~e'tr photugraphy must attend this meeting in Give a child in need a new 9874 or 859-398-5355 beginning by becoming a los- www.kycarsforkids.com tor~, ueezer~, mr cOnUlUOll- SKU]S anO also De a parl oI