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Communities TIE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 I April students of the month-- Bath County Middle School, in conjunction with the BCMS Youth Service Center, honored Students of the Month, for April. Pictured in the front row, from the left are, fifth and sixth graders: Kelli Brown, Thomas Woods, Vance Meighan, Ethan Conn, Kyle McKenzie, Ashley Spurlock and Kelly Michelle Williams. In the back row are seventh and eighth graders: Chelsea Staton, Nominate an older worker during May "May Is Older Americans Month and if you haven't done so, there is no better time to nominate a senior as an out- standing older worker making a difference in their workplace or community," said Carole Kincaid, Experience Works State Director. "This year's theme of Older Americans Month is What We do Makes A Difference; and recognizing an outstanding older worker can make a significant difference in someone's life. Anyone can nominate an older worker for Experience Works annual Prime Time Awards Program. Experience Works, the country's largest provider of mature-worker training and employment, cele- brates the older workers play in their workplaces, communities, and families during Older Americans Month and all year long. Experience Works launched the Prime Time Awards Program in 1998 to salute the valuable contributions that older workers make in their communities and places of work. The Prime Time Awards Program honors out- standing older workers from every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico; America's Oldest Worker; and outstanding employers of older workers, in their home states, and Washington, D.C. in September. Nominated older workers must work a minimum of 20 hours a week in paid employ- ment. To nominate an outstand- ing older worker contact Experience Works Kentucky's state office at (606) 464-3675, or email: carole_kincaid@expe- rienceworks.org. To access a nomination form, online go to the Experience Works Web site Tyler Riddell, Keegan Mooney, Carl White, Raymond Tucker, Conchetta Hunt and Ronameki Hardin. (Not pictured are Suzanne Hawkins, fifth grade and Katelin Becker, seventh grade.) The students received a certificate, a pin, a can of pop and a coupon for a free ice cream cone from both McDonalds and Dairy Queen. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) at www.experienceworks.org. The deadline for nominations is May 31, 2003. Experience Works is a national, nonprofit organization that provides training and employment services for mature workers. Established in 1965 as Green Thumb, and renamed Experience Works in 2002, the organization reaches more than 125,000 mature individuals in all 50 states and Puerto Rico each year. Salt Lick Fire station host blood drive May 3 Blood is needed everywhere, every day. Salt Lick Community asks you to ensure blood is available for area hospital patients by donating on Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Salt Lick Fire Station. The drive is being spon- sored in conjunction with Central Kentucky Blood Center. Every three seconds in the United States someone receives a blood transfusion. Blood and blood components are used to treat accident and burn victims, cancer patients and other patients undergoing surgeries and medical treatments. Donors must be at least 17 years of age, weigh a minimum of 100 pounds and be in good general health. The complete process takes less than an hour, with the actual donation of one pint lasting 10 minutes. Blood can be donated every 56 days. Through the support of vol- unteer donors and drive spon- sors like the Salt Lick Community, Central Kentucky Blood Center provides blood to 65 hospitals in 61 Kentucky counties. All donors on May 3 receive a free t-shirt for donating. For more information call Glen White at 1-800-775-2522. :: took care of a mplt i about :d t0 a fire at 3i 86 ! ehilttfeh Unclaimed Vehicles Lease Vehicles Bank Re Every Vehicle reonabie offers wtli' , Register to win a i Trade-Ins