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4 - May 17, 2018 YOUr Hometown Newspaper News Outlook ii~ii~! :iii :. Submitted by Brent Pergram Gabe Crabtree and Dylan Ferrell represented BCHS in the KHSAA Bass Fishing State Tournament on Friday, May 11, and Saturday, May 12 at Kentucky Lake. Fish- ing was tough, and the weather was hot. The team did not place, but they had a great time on the water. Thanks go to all who help support the BCHS Bass Fishing Team and the opportunities to compete in such events. NON-PROFIT KENTUCKY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER AWARDED MORE THAN 86 MILLION .S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and U.S. Congress- man Andy Barr (KY-06) announced last Thursday that Sterling Health Solu- tions (SHS) was awarded more than $6 million over three years from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Senator McConnell and Congressman Barr con- tacted HRSA in support of SHS' competitive fed- eral grant application. SHS plans to use this funding in its mission to deliver much- ne 0,e l, h, es to :uod, Eegi p. in Kentucky. SHS located in. Mount, their effort to provide more comprehensive health ser- vices to Kentuckians in need," said Senator McCo- nnell. "In areas hardest-hit by the substance abuse epi- demic and with historically poor health outcomes, these additional resources are desperately needed to increase the number of people receiving health care and to improve their overall quality of life. The inspiring work of men and women at organizations like Sterling Health Solu- tions can continue to make a difference in the lives of many Kentuckians, and I tor, Sterling Health Solu- tions, Inc. '"We are equally grateful for the continued efforts of Congressman Andy Barr. We also want to thank Rep. Barr for his support on our successful competitive award. We are grateful his voice for the individuals and families in the communities that we serve and for his support of healthcare organizations like Sterling Health Solu- tions, Inc. and other Feder- ally Qualified Healthcare Centers that serve as the healthcare safety nets for our communities." Congressman Barr said, was proud to assist them in : ffh owarxl ,g ,o ,f ff this en a 6f, provide [m- Senator:t eC nii6il is a ,valuable: i corc prehen 've cham rl'tb r equal health care 1/0 traditionally underserved and disadvan- taged populations in rural areas of the Sixth District. The improved infrastruc- ture that will result from this grant will significantly increase the number of patients receiving health Sterling, Kentucky, is a non-profit operating in Bath, Clark, Menifee, Nich- olas, and Montgomery counties. They provide a wide range of comprehen- sive medical, dental, and mental health services to many low-income commu-his support has reached nifies that often suffer from the Appalachian region poor health outcomes and of Eastern Kentucky. L o- severe substance abusecally, this award will allow problems. These federal Sterling Health Solutions, resources will help SHS Inc. to continue providing hire additional personnel, access to primary and pre- to quality health services for all. The Senator's sup- port for our service area competition grant award, which supports continued funding for our Commu- nity Health Centers, is yet another example of how purchase equipment, and cover other costs that will allow it to serve nearly 6,500 Kentuckians each year. "I was pleased to support Sterling Health Solutions in ventative health services for medically underserved residents in Montgomery, Bath, Menifee, Nicholas and Clark counties," said Harold T. Brown, MBA, CEO/Executive Direc- care and better coordinate care to individuals in these are is. I am proud that my office was able to assist in securing this grant for Ster- ling Health Solutions and I would like to thank Harold Brown and his outstanding team of health care profes- sionals for their dedication to providing quality health care to our citizens in un- derserved areas that need it the most." "'Can Pick Up and Deliver" 5607 Moorefield Rd. Carlisle, KY 40311 (859) 473-3281 JIMMIEE. GATESWILLBEAT II. Med-Save- 136 Jessica Lane Olive Hill KY on "CALL HIM" for ALL your INSURANCE NEEDS! Insurance Supplements Offered 401K & IRA Rollover Specialist, Safe money, Earn up to 9% growth. $25,000 to 1,000,000 deposited. Specializing in Trust Jim can NOW write Life Insurance for all heatlh conditions PO Box 296 Salt Lick, KY 40371 606-683-2104 859-948-4376 gatesjimmie@yahoo.com Submitted by Danny "Greasy" Belcher May Day in Owingsville, Ky. this Saturday was one of the best for many years. Thank you to the Task Force Omega of KY mem- bers that showed up ear- ly and those that helped through the day with our busy day. Thank you to the Kentucky Motorcycle Asso- ciation for doing the bike show. Special thanks to SAG M/C for the trophies and their support. Over 50 motorcycles showed up to fill the street in front of the Court House. The Bike Show,ended at 12d)O noon and the parade Came through ~et l:0opm, it was one of the best days for TFO and the town of Ow- ingsville. Thank you to ev- eryone for making such a great event even better. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Notice of Final Settlements filed in Bath District Court: Name of Estate: Vickie Lynn Manley Name of Executor/Administrator: Trac}, Petitt Date Filed: 5/8/18 Name of Estate: Wilma I. Vice Name of Executor/Administrator: Lonnie Clark Vice Date Filed: 5/11/18 Any exceptions to final settlements must be filed within 30 days from date said settle- ment was filed in Bath District Court. s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on 05.17.18 Loving nd Learning ille Bapti Churcl'} le