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4 - May 01, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook BA'nl BATH COUNTY FISCAl, COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Thurs- day of tile monfll at tile Court House Annex at 10 a. m. BATIt COUNTY BOARD OF EI)UCATION holds its regmlar monflaly meeting on the fourth Monday of the month at the Board Of- lice AJmex at 7 p.m, Working session starts at 5:30 a,m. at the Board Office conference room. SttAI@'SBU RG CfFY COUNCIL holds its regmtar m.onflfiy meeting on the first Monday of the month at Sharpshttrg Cib Hall at 7 p. m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at. the Sail Lick Volunteer Fire. Department at 6 p.m. OWlNGSVll.&E CH3' COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on tile second M(m- day of the month at Owings- ville City Hall at 7 p.m. OWINGSVILLE/BATH COUNTY CtIAMBER OF COMMERCE holds its reffular monthly meethlg on the ~eond Tues- day of the month at varions locations at noon. THE BATH C()UNTY RESCUE SQUAD holds its weekly meeling ev- ery Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Owingsville. THE BATH COUN'P/ AMBUI.ANCE SERVICE BOARD holds it regular monthly meeting their second Thurs- day evening of the month at 6 p.m at the Ambulance Servk'e on Rowland Ave. in Owings- ville,. THE BETHEL VOUJN- TEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AUXILIARY meets the 4th Thursday of ew~ry month at 7i(X)pm at. the Bethel Vohmteer Fire Deparb ment. interested persons are invited to attend. PARK AND REC The Bath County Parks and Recremion Board holds its reg- ular monthly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. at Owingsville City Hall, unless advertised differentl~: STORY T! ME AT THE LIBRARY The Bath County Memo- rial Library has Story Time for toddlers on Tuesdays and for preschoolers on Fridays, both at 10 a.m. PRF, STON NEIGttBOR- HOOD WATCH $5(X).(X) reward for informa- lion leading to the arrest anti conviction of any illegal activ- ity in the areas of the Preston Neighborh()od Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, I)U1, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/negk 't, ani- mal abuse/neglect, thefts, lil- tering, etc. Information will be kept confidential - contact Sheriff 'q'uf Snedegar (( )(9336-1948 or Mike Bailiff (859) 585-2380. BATH COUNTY CIA %S OF 1974 Membei,'s of the Class of 1974 are working tm plans for their 40th Class Reunion. The ew nt has been scheduled for Memorial Day Weekend. If you are a 1974 g'raduate & have not: been contacted yet, please contact Greg Martin or Pam Shouse at 859 49&6412, 305 778-9340 or by email at kiln- gon@webtv.net. THE BATH COI.,IN'I " SE.ad/CH & RESCUE SQUAD will be hosting a portrait fun- draisen Anyone who participates with a $20 or more contribu- tion will receive one (I) FREE 8 x 10 family t )rtrait. Yott will be contacted by a representa- tive from F & R Photography at your residence. BATH COUNTY ADIJLT EDUCATION Basic Reading. Math and Writing Skills GEl) preparatitm and testing Free lnternet courses - study at home Job application and resume. preparation Kentucky Employment Cer- tification (KEC) Preparation fi)r College/ Tech entrmwe exams College/Tech financial aid assistance Para-educator test for Board of Education All service provided free For more informati(m call 606-674-2664. Appointments are required 39 Cedar (:reek Dr., Owingsville, KY tary School on Mondays and held at ProjectWorth Outreach "Ihursdays at 5:30pro or at the in the Means Industrial Park at ZUMBA Menifee Vtellness Center on 1() a.m. on the following dal, ,s: Zumba every Friday frt)in Tuesdays at 7:30 and Friday March 20,April 17 and May 15. 6-7:00 PM. Sharpsburg Corn- at 6:30. For more information, Ltmch will be provided. There munity Center call 7( 8011. will be handouts mid door priz- es at. each meeting, For more BRF T CANCER 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY information call 606-7( %638,1. BENEFIT FOR CARRIE CLUB TItONAS Menifee County 4-H is in Sponsored by file Slate the process of organizing a 4-H Creek Outlaws I:'hotography Club. The dnb Ixmation: Owingsville I,ions is open to any youth between Cluh the ages of 9-18 who have an Kendall Springs Rd interest in le.arning about the Owingsville, KY 40360 art of photography. Beginning Money raised will help the and ad lced photographers family with medical bills and awe encouraged to attend! F:or expenses, more inh)rmation you can Live band, chili suppe), aue- contact Marcy at naturevine@ fion, 50/50 raffle, and door yahoo.corn, or Courmey Jen- prizes! kins. County Extension Agent For more information con- for 4-H// riculture at 606-768- tact Cm'olyn Edger 859-404- %66. 8411 or Harold Bashford 606- 336-1001 MENIFEE PATCHVORK QUILTEI~S Each Monday from 1/:00 until 3:00, Menifee Patchwork Quilters meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church in tYenchburg. See Menit'ee County f'atch- work Quilters on Facebook. For more hfformation call Ruth Bryant at 768-3810 or Shirley Miller at 768-3466 or 859-274- 3212. ~,LatY 1 Blood drive scheduled in Owingsville Crossroads Elementary Thurs., May 1 from l to 6pro In flae N 4755 E H W, 60 in ()w- ingsville bIAY 6 Everyone invite.d to the next meeting of the Preston Area Neighborhood Watch Group. We are Nanning on having a judge, attorney; lx~lice officers, and maybe a dete.ctive there. It will take place on Tuesday, May 6 at 6 pro. Please contact Jodie Blevins Ralliff through Facebook to lel her know if you want m attend, so she will have an idea of how inany peoNe will be attending. Drinks/stmcks will he served, and thereMll be a drawing for two door prizes. Held at the IYeston F'irst Church of God on Hv&- 36. MAY 9 Puhlic Meeting "Ilm Housing Authority of Owingsville is establishing a new Fiw.' Plan. It is avail- ahle for review at the ttousing Authority during 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday darough Thurs- day. Closed from Noon to 1 p.m. A Public" Meeting to com- ment and dis,:uss the plan will be conducted on Thursday, May 9, 2014, at tim Housing Authority Office at 11 a.rn. If you should have any questions, please contact Lance Davis at tile Housing Authority or phone 606.67,1-2704. MAY 18 Sharon Copher Memorial Fnn Horse Show The 4-H Dimnond H Saddle Club will be hosting its Annual Fun Show on Sunday, May 18fll at 2:iX) pro. This event will be held on the Owingsville lions Club Grounds (I"ront Ring). Classes include Western Plea- sure, Juvenile Classes, Trail Pleasure, Poles. l,ead line and much more. A complete show bill c,'m be picked up ,at the Bath County Extension Office or oilier businesses. There will be plenty of classes for ldds and adults to participate in. All proceeds go lo fimding educa- tional ew~nts and actMties of the Diam(md H Saddle Club. MAY21 Ride for Freedom 2014 Free Concert and Patriotic Cerernony Owingsville lions Cluh Park Wednesday. May 2l, at 6 p.m. This ceremony is free to the public, mid everyone is wel- conle Ple.ase come ()tit and show your suptx rt for tmr country's veterans! MAY 25 Class of'74 40th Reunion Memorial Day Weekend Activities are planned for the weekend Main event to be held at Old Silo on Sunday, May 25 For more information, call Pmn Shouse at 859-49&6412 MENIKEE / FRENCItBURG CI'Pf COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on tile first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Em.rgD" Building. MENIFEE COUNTY HS- CAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tues- day of the month at 7 p.m, at the Court House. MENIFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION holds its regular monthly meeting on the third Thursday of the naonth at 6 p.m at the Menifee County High School cafeteria. FREE ZUMBA CI.,AF-, ES Classes will be every Tue day and l"riday at 4:30pm in the MCttS cafeteria. Time is get started on your fall exer- cise routine. Come and learn the dances from the begin- ning. can also attend FREE classes at Botts Elemen- MENIFEE COUNTY JOB CLUB The Menifee County Joh Club will be held ew ry Thurs- day at 10:(X) a.m. at the Clark Energy Building. For more inlbrnaatiol contact the WIA Prt)gram at 76&3352. FRENCHBURG RE'VI - TALIZATION COMMI'ITFE Secomd Monday of the Month Clark Energy Bldg., 1 p.m FRENCHBURG/ME- NIFEE COUNq'Y CHAM- BER OF COMMERCE t:irst Wednesday of the Month Chamber Office. Noon Lunch Served A Veterans Benefits Field Representative MII be at the VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill Drive. Morehead. KY on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The hours are 8:30am until 3pm. For further information. please call toll free within KY MAY 17 1-866-376-0308 m speak with a FRENCttBUR(', CRUISE- Veterans Benefits Field Repre- IN, 5-9PM sentative, CONTACT DON SMITH 606768-2273 GATE'WAY ADRC Gateway ADRC (Aging & MAY 22 l)isability Resource Center)- Citywide Clemmp Serving 13ath, Menifee, Mont- It)AM-4PM gomery, Morgan & Rowan County MAY 3111 The AI)RC is designed as Camp SMII,E will be May an entry txfint for persons 30th-June 1 2014. "Ntis camp is who require or are in need of offered to ages 7-17 that have information surrounding aging lost a h)ved one and will be held and diadfility related issues, in Menifee County at (7amp The AI)RC is charged with the Judy lane. Camp SMILE is of- responsibility of conducting feted as a free conmmnity ser- outreach services to the aging vice. Applications are due by eommunib,. May 15. For more information Fk)r more information, or application contact St. please contact Casey Razor, Claire ttospice at 606-783-6808. 6( -780-0(g)0 or toll free: 1-85f> 2-5307. JUNE 6 & 7 MI.ISIC IN THE PARK MOUNTAIN MEMORIES Cruise-in 9-3PM 4-H Talent Show Music and Crafts Pm'ade Community'Ilmatre Pre- sentation 606768-3803; 606.768-9000 JUNE 21 FRENCttBURG CRUISE4N 5-gPM CONTA(TF DON SMITH 606-768-2273 JULY 4 MUSIC IN TIt E tL RK 7 PM t'.'I RE W() RKS Nl" I)ARK 1.ire Band 6tX -768-3803 JULY 19 FRENCHBURG CRUISE-IN 7~,()PM CONTACI? D()N SM rl'H 606-768-2273 MAY 2 - 3 The Montgomery County Pnblic Library will be holding a craft fair on May 2nd fi'om 2 to 6 pro. and on May 3rtt from 9 am m ?, pro. The craft fair will be held at the Mt. Sterling Branch, located at 241 West l,ocust Street. The lair will con- sist of handmade items by lo- cal eraftspeople. Items for sale include paintings, hair bows, jewelry, knitted aM crocheted accessories, turkey calls and other woodcrafts. To learn about this and other events at the lihrary, Mlow us on Face- book or call the library al 859- 49&2404. MAY4 Special .,rvice Appeaxing in concert: "Key- in Spencer" ~.mthern Gospel Music Artist Sunday, May 4th at 10aln Also: Dr. Randy CaldweU at 1 lain and 6pm Ministering the Word of God and End Time Message at'[he House, of Praye); 600 Whisper- ing O&s. Morehead, KY Pastor: Winshm McClurg & congregation invile everyone to attend For more information call 606-784-7023 Test your physical abili- ties against the reptiles and amphibians of Ille Red River Gorge! This free progn'am com- plements l le~etology Week- end at Natural Bridge State Resort Park JUNE 7 Fishing I)ed~y Jtme 7th 8am to Noon Enjoy nature as you try your hand at fishing (ages 5 - 15) in Indian Creek! Practice casting anti knot tying. After the derby, fine whole family can lish! AUG. 16 Gateway Special Olympics 12th Annual (?an Truck, Trac- tor, & MOtorcycle Show/Srna[1 Town America Celebration I)owntown Mt. Sterling Gates open at 8:30 a.m., reg- istration 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free to the Public For information call David Catchings, 8594984)874 or 859- 398-5355 SEVI'. 6 & 7 Wilderness 50th Amfiver- sary Weekend September 6th & 7th Enjoy special activities and a guest speaker while celebrat- ing the Wilderness Act's 5th anniversary on Saturday fi'om lpm to 4pro! A free, Ranger led hike will begin Sunday at 9am. Call the Gladie Center for filr- ther details on the hike and to reserve a spot. SEPT. 20 living Archaeology Week- end September 20th 10am to 4pro The past cnnles to life with this unique event, l)emonstra- tors from around the region show visitors how to fli:nt knap, 'tan hides, fln'ow spears With an atlatl, make blowgun darts, fire pottery, and mmw uther sldlls from pre historic and historic tinws. OCT. 4 MAY 5 AUG. 2 Wildland Firelighter Exhibi- "llae Meni.li:,e Counb' Ex- MUSIC NTHEI:'AI K tion tension ,~rvice will have a 7 PM October 4th l()am to 3pro worksh()p on "Nourish Yonr Back to ."k'hool Bash l.earn about wildland fire Bones". This workshop will DJ-Avon (;arri m anti Forest Service tirefight- discuss ways to ke.ep you," 6(~5-76&381)3 ers. Meet Smokey Bear, try on bones healthy throughout you," Cash ffiven away every 15 ti,'(:'fighter gear, and check out lifetime , Sth diet and physical nfinutes to registered Menifee the fire engine! activity. The session Will be on County Students[ May 5th , 2014 beginning at MAY8 OCI: 25- 26 1.0:30 a.m./p.m, at the Menifee AUG. 16 Meeting for KY l.'nblic Re- Free Medical Clinic County Extension xvice. CRUISE-IN 5-9PM, tirees Renmte Area Medical Mark yonr calendan invite a FRENCHBUI ( "Ihursday, May 8 Oct. 25 - 26 friend, fanfily nlember or co-- CONTACFDON SMFI'H ....... Rowma CotmW Middle worker and enjoy this session 6(Xi-768-2273 The Covered Bridge Chap- School with some tasty smnples pro- ...... ter 'of Kentncky Pnblic Retir- Sponsored by Morehead vided for you to enjoy. Contact SEPT. 20 ees (KPR) will meet Thursday, State University and Commu- Amanda Hamilton, Menifee REUNION CRUISHN 1-7May 8 at ll a.m. at the I) & S nity Partners County Extension Agent tbr I'M, FRENCHBU RG Entertainment Center (bowl- "lit provide free medical, den- Family and Consumer ing lanes) in Flemingsbnrg. tal and vision care which en- ences at 606.76&3866 h)r addi- CONTACT DON SMITH Guest Speaker will be Frances hances quality of life through tional irffommtion. 606-768-2273 Click. Circuit Clerk Liaison for the delivery of competent and Trust for Life. All city, county, compassionate healthcare to MAY 6 OCT. 1 and state employees are invited flmse who are impoverished, On May 6th the Menifee Business Appreckdion Day, to attend, isolated, or nnderserved with- County Homemakers are host- Farnters' Market 11:30-1:30 ont discrimination. ing a craft day from l:00 to PM MAY 1.0 4:00. They will be teaching par- I.unch SerwM ticipants two different o' ffks. Chamber Meeting after- This event is fi'ee to the corn- wards ntunity please call 606-%8-3866 to register. MAY7 May ,7th--tterbs on a String--12:00 Noon (Light ()(iT. 18 CRUISE-IN 5-gPM, FRENCHBURG CONTACT DON SMITH 60676&2273 DEC. 5 GNFEWAY'S I:INFST CHRISTMAS PARADE 6PM ARgOt EVE, NTS Lunda Provided) -"llw Me- nifee County Coo :,rative Ex- tension Service This unique class will teach you the Japanese art of koke- dama string gardens! Join us for a Inn, convenient w;tv of WHEN SUBMITTING ITEMS TO THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK... Obituaries Conmmnity Calender Event: Class!fieds Direct your inquiries to Tammy Biddle tammy@kynewsgroup corn News stories and Photos Direct your inquiries to Cecil Lawson cecil@kynewsgroup.com Box Advertising Direct your inqtfiries to Jeremiah Brown jerem iah@kynewsgroup.coln growingherl s! SENIOR MEDICAREIE/l PATROL, EMPOWERING MAY 8 SENIORS TO PREVENT ect Gateway Community Action HEALTHCMIE FI IJD. [ A Agency will hoht bimonthl If you would like to lmow [ board meeting on Thursday more ahout fraud, waste, and [ .i., May 8, 2014. The meeting will abuse wifl~ Medicare and Med- IJ'~ I I ._~,, be held in Frenchburg at the icaid, and medical identity theft I I I'1 Menifee County Connnunity please contact: Robin Dalton, I,. I_l_JILMX- / Building and will begin at 7:{X) "S nior Medicare Patrol Co- j,,,,/[ p.m. The public is invited to at- ordinato at MSU" at 60 743- ] -'V Democrat I tend. 1500 or 6t)6-783-8825. 87~-81,5- I ~v'- t" - ' ....... 3 2~,/ 011l. I '~ ~ toad t2omtmssloner t)~strlct = ] The Grandparents Sttpport ATrEN'IION .... " Ih" le t b, G" 'INs will ' , NS :i!i sle Clinic allllourices the return of Dixie Davids0n, PA-C D.ixie was part of the Carlisle Clinic team fi'()m 20os to 2(2) 12 and wil, l re.ttu'n on Carlisle Clinic 107 S Broadway April 22, 2o 1 Please stop [)3; the C, linic and welcome I)ixie back. Carlisle Clinic is m)w accepting new patients and accepts Medi(:are, Medicaid and most major' s ..... , I.n,. Ill dI'I.C(.S. I I u ii ii u i