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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper ' April 21, 2016 - 5 U Benjamin Crouch, Samuel Scouts Samuel Barker, left, and Benjamin Crouch, right, were given their badges and formally recognized as Eagle Scouts by Troop 222 Leader Terry Highley, center, on April 3 in an Eagle Court of Honor held at the Owingsville Christian Church. Submitted by Lisa Samuel and Benjamin Board of Review on Mar. 10, al service to scouting. The Crouch were- escorted by former 2016. Samuel's project was two newly recognized Eagle Eagle Scouts, and Tom Old- a county-wide food drive for Scouts then took their seats Two local Scouts achieved fiend, Samuel's grandfather, Christian Social Services. with the other Eagle Scouts the highest level of recog- gave the invocation, and His group also went door- in the "Eagle's Nest." nition and became Eagle his sister, Erin Barker, sang to-door in Owingsville. The Owingsville .Mayor Gary Scouts during a ceremony "God Bless the USA." project collected over 800 Hunt also spoke at the cere- held on Sunday, April 3, 2016 Brad Crouch, Ben's father; pounds of food and tookmony and presented Samuel at the Owingsville Christian read off the Eagle Scout re- about 160 hours to complete, and Ben with recognitions Church. quirements. Highley presented both from the city. Pastor and Samuel L Barker and Troop 222 Leader Terry Scouts with their Eagle Rank Bath County High School Benjamin 1L Crouch both Highley recognized Ben for badges and medallions, as teacher Ron Weaver also received their Eagle Scout passing his Eagle Board of well as pins for their parents spoke at the ceremony. Ter- badges and medallions in a Review on Nov. 19, 2014. For and mentors, ry Highley also talked about formal Eagle Court of Honor, his Eagle Scout project, Ben Ben and Samuel are the Ben and Samuel's achieve- with their friends, families, led a group that painted all 30thhnd31stEagleScoutsin merits as Scouts. Tom Old- and fellow Troop 222 scouts sixteen cabins and repaired Troop 222 under Highley's field thanked Highley for present, the flood in one cabin at leadership, leadership for the past thirty The service was opened Camp Lyons in Mudlick, tak- Phillip Highley recited the years in local scouting, and with a flag ceremony, with ing over 30 gallons of paint Eagle Challenge as Terry Johnny Baber said the bene- Connie Carpenter leading and about 235 hours to corn- Highleypresented themwith diction. The ceremony was the Pledge of Allegiance, and plete, the Eagle's neck kerchiefs followed by a reception at the Austin Perry reciting the Highley then recognizedand slides, and Ben received Ramsey Building. Scouting Oath. Samuel for passing his Eagle five Eagle Palms for addition-. Samuel Barker (left) and Ben Crouch (right) were given their Eagle Scout kerchiefs and slides by Terry Highley. P leaving $460,064 available By Cecil Lawson for proposed state rural sec- KyNewsGroup ondary road projects in the cecil@kynewsgroup.comcounty. Those projects will in- Bath County will be re- clude: ceiving $887,705 from the resurfacing KY 1198/ Kentucky Transportation Flat Creek Road from mile Cabinet for local state rec- point 5.25 to mile point ommended road projects 9.825, the junction with US for the 201617 fiscal year. 60, at an estimated cost of KYTC District 9 Chief En- $315,100; gineer Bart Bryant, along - vertical tree trimming with Randy Stull, David along KY 965/Preston Leach, and Shane Ramey, Road, fr6m mile point 0.0 spoke with Bath County at the Montgomery County Fiscal Court members last line to mile point 6.413, at Thursday about the coun- the junction of KY l l l, atan ty's rural secondary road estimated cost of $60,000; .budget. resurfacing KY 1944/ Stull said that in addition White Oak Road, from mile to the $887,000, there was an additional $113,739 un- distributed from the previ- point 5.00 to mile point 6.413, junction with KY 111, at an estimated cost of $84,950; - resurfacing KY 1944/ White Oak Road, from mile point 0.0 at K-Y 36 to mile point 5.00, at an estimated cost of $310,000. Bryant answered some questions from Judge Ex- ecutive Bobby Rogers on other state road projects around the county, noting at the time that details about the state's two year road budget was not yet finalized on Thursday morning, just hours after the state's Gen- eral Assembly approved a compromise budget. Bryant said, "Everything at the district level is on course," including the Hwy 111 straightening project, straightening of the curve on Preston Road, the pro- posed new 211 approach in Salt Lick, and widened turn lane on Kendall Springs Road. He said that more fund- ing details would be avail- able when the budget was made public and that more would be known at the end of the current fiscal year. BETH "SHELLY" NICKELL I Drake, Josh and Dravon, of Nickel[ Lane, Frenchburg, Ky. passed away Thursday at her home. Born in Mt. Ster- ling, Kentucky on November 18, 1961. She was a cook at the Job Corp, and accepted Jesu,s Christ as her Savior. She was preceded in death by her father, Herman Rob- inson, her husband, Ronnie Nickell, one brother, Mike Robinson, a grandson, JJ. Leboeuf. Shelly is survived by her mother, Juanita Wil- liams Robinson, two sons, Aaron & Melisa Nickel[, Michael & Shannon Nickell all of Frenchburg, Ky., Four grandchildren, Charlene, all of Frenchburg, Ky. One brother, Buddy Robinson of Wellington, Ky., One sis- ter, Marcia & Mike Buffer of Gray, TN., Two nieces, Tracy & Carlas Kegley of Louisville,Ky. Stephanie McCoy of Wellington, Ky. One nephew, Tim Peck & Kristi of Frenchburg, Ky. Two great-nephews, three great-nieces, and two great- great-nieces. Visitation was held on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at the Menifee Home for Funerals, Frenchburg, Ky., Randy Halsey Funeral Director. Funeral services were held on Sunday, April 17, 2016 at Menifee Home for Funerals with Bro. Den- nis Flarmery offidafing: Interment in Nickell Fam- ily Cemetery, Nickel! Lane, Frenchburg, Ky. Honor- ary Pallbearers; Kenny ,Brashears, Tim Peck and Mike Buffer. Active Pallbear- ers; Gary McCoy, Gary Mc- Coy Jr, Blaise Ellis, Bennie Deskins, Dwight McPher- son and Gary Hatton. LESLIE O. "BUZZ" CROUCH Leslie O. "Buzz" Crouch, 70, of Salt Lick, passed away Wednesday April 13, 2016 at St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Morehead. Born October 4, 1945 at Salt Lick, KY, he was the son of the late Everett and Mabel Pergram Crouch and was a retired heavy equipment opera- tor. Survivors include three daughters, Regina Willough- by and her husband Clayton of Frenchburg, Tammy Fer- ret! and Micah Hunt and her of Salt Lick, Betty Good- paster of Mt. Sterling, Con- nie Lykins of Salt Lick and Sheila Thomas of Salt Lick, two brothers, Willis Crouch and Everett Crouch, Jr. both of Salt Lick, six grandchil- dren, Marcus Ferrell, Cody and Travis Willoughby, Tori and Gavin Crouch and Gabe Thompson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Leslie Darren Crouch and a brother, Ken- neth Crouch. Graveside ser- vices were conducted Satur- day, April 16, 2016 at Upper Salt Lick Cemetery with Pas- tor Vernon Lambert officiat- hag. Visitation was held on Saturday at Powell Funeral Home, Salt Lick. Pallbear- ers were Jeff Coma, Randy Corm, Roger Crouch, Travis W'tlloughby, Marcus Ferrell and Gavin Crouch. Honor- ary pallbearers will be Travis Thomas, Cody Willoughby, husband Ray all.of Salt Lick .... Gabe, Thompson, Robbie five sisters Ella Frands Jew- Jewell and ChadLykins. ell of Warida Conri':'b''; a, .... ,. ,i,,i ous year, for a total amount of just over $1 million. Of that amount $399,500 is budgeted toward main- tenance and traffic control, and $3862 is set aside for County Judge expenses, leaving $598,082 for local road projects. $138,036 is available from that amount in Flex Funds, Looking to buy your own piece of property but can't secure lending? 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