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/ / ommunities THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 17 i Bath row, William Loyer, Chris Huller, Ann Walton, School students scored proficient T.J. Evans and Christine Scott. Not photo- C.A.T.S. test in the area of Arts graphed are J.D. Hart, Bobble Markwell, Alicia Pictured, from the left, front Metz, Jodi Triplett and Ashley Waller. (News- Kerry Sorrell, Candace McNabb, Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) Viveiros and Heather Crouch. Back unveils Scout and Scout badges and Boy Scouts earn a PRIDE Responsibility in a Environment) Action Award this summer, the 11 be available to COunties served by PRIDE and are the result of partnership with of the U.S.A. and of America to pro- education learning expe- ls working with derness Road and the Boy Scouts .COuncil to develop for earning the "What a great way to get our youth excited about taking care of our environment," said Congressman Harold "Hal" Rogers (KY-5), PRIDE founder. "I was a Boy Scout so I know first hand the learning experi- ences and memories that stay with you." Rogers unveiled the PRIDE Environmental Action Award badges during the PRIDE Envi Awards Ceremony on April 21. His wife, Cynthia, and two troops assisted with the unveil- ing. Corbin's Girl Scout Troop 4, led by Sandy Mathis, repre- sented Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. The Boy Scouts of America were represented by Wayne County's Club Scout Pack 164, Den 6, with troop leaders Susie Gossage and Kristy Raynes. "Environmental education is a critical component of the PRIDE initiative," Rogers said. "We are entrusting our environ- ment to a new generation, and we want these young people to make better decisions about car- ing for their environment than we did--or our parents and grandparents did." Lexington-based Beau Lbu,700 Chamber of Commerce 4nnzea/A Ba, Tqzzet ay 5, 6 p.m. at Lions Club Park Theme: Pride in Bath and must be purchased by Friday, May 2 _ Available at the Bath County Memorial Library, Bath County Extension Office or from Chamber Members Bath County agricultural products and steaks the Bath , Cattlemen Graphics designed the badges. PRIDE will supply them to scout troops. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, serves 38 counties in southern and eastern Kentucky. The organization links citizens with the resources of local, state and federal agencies to clean up the region's waterways, end illegal Distinguished--These Bath County Raven Vance, Bethany Newkirk, Meghan Stull High School students scored distinguished on and Ashton Martin. Back row, Justin Clark, Kelly last year's C.A.T.S. test in the area of practical Karrick and Joey Wright. (News-Outlook photo, living. Pictured. from the left, front row are: Sunny Kramer) trash dumps and promote envi- ronmental education and aware- ness. PRIDE is funded by the national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. For more information please call the PRIDE office at 888- 577-4339. Ky Soybean Assoc. sponsors recipe contest The KentucKy Soybean Association is sponsoring the 2003 Kentucky Soyfoods Recipe contest with finalists to compete in a cook-off at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville, August 19, 2003. Recipes will be judged by appointed dietitians in the state in order to make final selections. The first place recipe partici- pant will receive $500, second place $300, the third place $200. It's The blew, ttealthy, Safe, Smart Wa}00 To 6ct A Tan Without Uarm[ul Rays. AI0e and AIpM tlydr0xy Rich in H0isturis - Hratcs To Impr0 The Look and Feel of Skin. 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Food professionals and Kentucky Soybean Association Board members or immediate families are not eligible. Entrants must be llentucky resi- dents. An entrant'can enter as many recipes as they like with each recipe typed on separate sheets of paper. Entries will not be returned and all recipes become the prop- erty of the association. Each entry must include entrant name, address, phone number and email address (if applicable). The recipe must include complete preparation directions in paragraph form. Also include the name of the Family and Consumer Science Agent who encouraged partici- pation. Send typed recipes to the 2003 Kentucky Soyfoods Recipe Contest, P.O. Box 30, Princeton, KY 42445, or post- marked by June 1, 2003. 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