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Lifes THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, y 1 2003 3-5 and 6-8 age group winners i on Saturday, April 19, kids, ranging in age from three years old to 12 years old, gathered at the track and field area at BCHS, to hunt Easter eggs. Pictured here (left) is one of the winners from the 3-5 age group. She is: Autumn Mclntosh, who placed 2nd in her age group and is the daughter of Brenda and Gary Mclntosh; in the 6-8 age group, one of the winners was: Devin King, who placed 2nd in her age group and is the daughter of Tally and James King. (News- Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) Five generations---Dollie Ervm celebrated her birthday at her home, in Owingsville, March 30. Those attending were Dollie N. Ervin, Nancy N. Ward, Terry G. Ward, Josh Ward, and Felicity Ward. Braxton Allen Snedegar Mark Snedegar and Tiffany Thompson would like to announce the birth of their son, Braxton Allen Snedegar. He was Flemingsburg. Maternal great- grandparents are Pearl Thompson and the late John Thompson, of Preston. Paternal great-grandpar- ents are Charles and Elaine Snedegar, of Flemingsburg, and the late Omer Barks and Grace Coyle Goodpaster. Braxton has one half-brother, Matthew Snedegar, of Louisville; and one half-sister, Alexa Hinson, of Germantown. PRIDE honors winners of the 2003 envi awards Eastern Kentucky PRIDE hon- ored the winners of the 2003 Envi Jump for Heart -- In March, stu- dents at the Bath County schools held a Jump for Heart campaign, to raise money for the American Heart Association. At OES, these three young men were runners-up in Angie Muncy (Leslie Coun- ment. Envi Award winners emu- Brian Preston McCoy Brian and Lana McCoy, of Mt. Sterling, would like to announce the birth of their son, Brian Preston McCoy. Preston was born April 18, 2003, at 2:03 p.m., at Central Baptist Hospital, in Lexington. He weighed 6 lbs. 4 ozs. and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Winnie Lawson, of Owingsville and Kenneth Lawson, of Mt. Sterling. Paternal grandparents are Homer and Sue McCoy, of Mt. Sterling. 2003 Envi Award winners", said Congressman Rogers, co-founder of the PRIDE initiative "What a profound impact there would,be if everyone in our region followed their example of taking personal responsibility for our environ- ment." And the Envi Award winners are: Artemus Elementary School (Knox County) Elementary School campus of the year. Award for outstanding environmental ed- ucation projects, including an out- door classroom, wetland and re- cycling program., Russell County Middle School middle school campus of the year award, for outstanding environmental education projects, such as nature trail, monitoring water quality at Lily creek and an aluminum can recycling program. Bell County High School, High School campus of the year, for it's outstanding environmental education projects, particularly the aquaculture class where students combine agriculture, biology and chemistry to produce an aquatic crop. ty), Tony Turner volunteer of the year award, for exemplary service as the Hyden PRIDE Coordinator, such as organizing the city's clean up activities and starting the "Kans for Kids" recycling program to raise funds for playground equip- ment. Judge Denny Ray Noble (Perry County), Rogers-Bickford Environmental Leadership Award, for setting the standard for environmental stewardship in Per- ry County particularly for his lead- ership in developing the county's Solid Waste Management Board. General James Bickford and Tony Turner, Kentucky PRIDE Award (posthumously), for their countless contributions to the people and environments of southern and eastern Kentucky as the PRIDE co-founder and three- term Board Chairman, respective- ly PRIDE began the Envi Awards in 2001 to honor the individuals and organizations who excelled during the year at pursuing the PRIDE mission -Personal Respon- sibility In A Desirable Environ- Awards today at The Center for born March 6, 2003, at Clark Rural Development in Somerset, Regional Medical Center. He Kentucky. The Envi Awards Cer- weighed 6 lbs. 15 ozs. and was 21 emony featured keynote speakers inches long. Maternal grandpar- Congressman Harold Hal" Rog- ents are Mitchell Thompson, of ers, (KY-5) and University of Preston, and Marie Moore, of Kentucky President Lee Todd. The Owingsville. Paternal grandpar- Kentucky Opry provided musical ents are Charles,Jabby" Snedegar en!ertainment. and Wilma Snedegar, of 'I am proud to recognize the mm mm mm mmmmmmmlIlmm May Day T-shirts are available from Ralpha Harvey  "" with proceeds toward the s I 0oo VALUE FREE SHOE RENTAL s I 0oo VALUE s I 0oo VALUE 00THBOOTtlANEt 233 Wilmont Drive, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 (859) 498-5900 Sizes are children's $7.50; Adults: $10 To obtain these shirts call 683-2023 Happy 12th Birthday To our "Derby Baby" May 4th! Love, 510o0 VALUE the jumping rope participation. (from the left): Johnny Nill; Jared Jones; Tyler Stewart; and (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. late the spirit of PRIDE in clean- ing up our environment and work- ing together to find solutions to our environmental problems. PRIDE serves 38 counties in southern and eastern Kentucky. 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