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6 - May 17, 2018 YOUr Hometown Newspaper News Outlook BATH COUNTY SALT LICK FIRST CHURCH LIONS CLUB DANCE important for planning put- Spots are limited so be sure NOTICE OF GOD Dance at the Owingsville poses[ Thanks so much[to stop by and get your appli- The Morehead V-A Clinic 6TH DISTRICT CON- Join us at the Salt Lick Lions Club every Friday and cation as soon as possible, located at 333 Beacon Hill, GRESSMAN ANDY BARR First Church of God for Saturday night with '%Vhisey May 22nd Morehead is open Monday- Andy Barr's Bath County prayer, a meal, and kids Ridge" and "Cool Country". Financial Fitness - Activi- MENIFEE Friday and offers veterans office hours are the first crafts every Friday from Starts at 8PM. ties include how to shop on scheduled individual and Tuesday of every month11:30am-12:30pm. Everyone a budget, where to look for 6TH DISTRICT CON- group clinic appointments from 9 AM -10 AM at the welcome. May 18th savings on items you buy on GRESSMAN ANDY BARR'S as well as same-day access Bath County Court House Pastime Playdates - Join a regular basis, and how to Representative will hold to important healthcare ser- Annex. SHARPSBURG CITY us for this new program for make money from noncon- office hours at the Menifee vices. Veterans have little to COUNCIL children!' This program fo- ventional places. May 22nd at County Court House on the no wait times. The clinic also BATH COUNTY HOME- will hold their meetings in cuses on the child, birth to 10:30AM at the Bath County first Wednesday of the month offers women's health care, MAKER ASSOCIATION 2018 at the Sharpsburg Com- kindergarten, and teaches Ag Center Call the Extension from ll:30AM-12:30PM, advanced telehealth options, For more information munity Center in the class- them skills to prepare for Office to sign up! crisis intervention, nutrition and to join the Bath County room. Meetings are still held kindergarten. We will read a FREE ZUMBA and health education, social Homemakers contact Lois on the first Monday of the story, eatasnack, completea June 11-14 CLASSES work services, help with en- Ginn (859-585-0082), Bath month at 6 p.m. craft or activity, and play with Bath County High School Free Zumba ~ Classes, rolling for VA care and more. County President, or Nicole other children! May 18th at Basketball Camp Frenchburg Community Call the Morehead VA Clinic Gwishiri (606-674-6121) atSTEPPING INTO 10AM at the Bath County Li- "Camp with the Cats" Center, Tuesday and Thurs- at 606-784-3004 for an ap- the Extension Office for FREEDOM & brary. June 11-14, 2018 day, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. pointment. more information. CELEBRATE RECOVERY Monday thru Thursday, MEETINGS May2Oth 9am-12noon FRENCHBURG/ME- Live country music by NARCOTICS Stepping into Freedom Blood drive at the first Bath County H.S. Gym NIFEE CHAMBER OF "Cool Country" at the Ameri- ANONYMOUS starts at 6pm. On Wednes- Church of God Fellowship Grades 1-9 COMMERCE MEETINGS can legion in Mount Sterling Narcotics Anonymous days. Celebrate RecoveryHall at 320 Slate Ave. in Ow- Registration begins at The Frenchburg/Menifeeevery Friday night from 8pm- meets every Thursday at Meetings by Pastor Mike ingsviUe on Sunday, May-8:30am on Monday, Junell. Chamber of Commerce llpm. 6 p.m. at the Bath County Ray at New Life Fellowship 20th from 10:30AM-2:30PM. For more info contact: meets every first Tuesday at Courthouse Annex on Main are held on Sunday nights at Those who register to give Coach Bart Williams (606) 5:00pm. At the Chamber Of- May 19th Street in Owingsville. 6pro. 907 Forge Hill Rd. Pea- blood at the blood drive will 253-0068 rice at 46 Back St. Covered Bridge Poker Run sticks, receive a "Donate blood y'all" - Starting at Gateway Cycles NOTICE VFWPOST7497 purple t-shirt. June 19-21 AREA EVENTS in Mt. Sterling, KY at 620 To all Veterans of VFW BATH COUNTY FARM- Summer Art Camp Maysville, Rd. Sign up start- Post 7497 the monthly meet- ER'S MARKET May 21st The Bath County Youth ATTENTION ing at 9:00 a.m. and leaving ing has changed from the 2nd The Farmer's Market is Cook Thru the Calendar Service Center will be host- VETERANS at 11:00 a.m. This will be a Tuesday of the month to the open on SATURDAY's ONLY - Join us this month as we ing a Summer Art Camp A Veterans Benefits Field scenic ride to the Covered 2nd Sunday of each month at until June 12. prepare Turkey Meatball on June 19 - June 21 from Representative will be at the Bridges in Fleming Co KY. 6pm. As always, all veterans The market opens at 8 Wraps and other items to9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. in VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill Proceeds will be used to help (men and women) are invited a.m. and is located under the make this a full meal. This the BCHS Art Room (roomDrive, Morehead, KY on the our POW/MIAs, Military to visit our post that includes green hoop barn behind the class includes learning more 212.) Students from incom- 2nd Tuesday of each month, and our Veterans. EVERY- all vets from Bath County Bath County Extension Of- about how to stay active at ing Freshmen to next year's The hours are 8:30am until ONE is invited and appreciat- and surrounding Counties, rice, located at 2914 US 60 any stage of life, a nutrition seniors can sign up at attend 3pm. For further informa- ed to go with us on this ride. we look forward to meeting East. lesson, and preparing a full with Mr. Ramey from nowfion, please call toll free you. Come on out this year and meal! May 21st at 10AM at until the end of school. Activi- within KY 1-866-376-0308 to support your local growers the Bath Ag Center. Please ties will range from painting speak with a Veterans Ben- PRAYER, MEAL AND and craftersI call the extension office to ceramics to photography to efits Field Representative. KIDS CRAFTS ATTHE reserve your spot! This is a paint workshop and more. Across the country, old- er Americans - a rapidly growing population - are taking part in activities that promote wellness and social connection. They are sharing their wisdom and experience with fu- ture generations, and they are giving back to make enrich their communities. They're working and vol- unteering, mentoring and learning, leading and en- gaging. For 55 years, Older .a observed to:rec- o4n ; 61derll : erican* and their contributions to our communities. Led by the Administration for Community Living's Ad- gram (SCSEP) will use OAM 2018 to focus on how older adults in our area are engaging with friends and family, and through various commu- nity activities. Throughout the month, Goodwill KY SCSEP will conduct activi- ties and share information designed to highlight ma- ture worker training and employment opportunities throughout the 54 south western, central and east- ern counties. We encour- force. And, join ACL and AoA in celebrating by par- ticipating the Selfie Chal- ministration on Aging, lengeI They want to seeSubmitted by Gary Hunt every May offers opportu- how you're engaging. nity to hear from, support, Simply take a selfie (or As part of Owingsville's celebration of Older Americans and celebrate our,nation s have someone take your Month in May, I was honored this past Sunday to rec- elders. This year s OAMphoto) and tweet it with ognize Miss Kissie Hart as a "Distinguished Citizen". theme, "Engage at Everythe hashtag#OAM18. Miss Hart was a local educator for many years and Age,' emphasizes the im- Goodwill of KY SCSEP is a loved and respected member of the Owingsville community. She was my third grade teacher and has had a positive impact on my life from that time to the present day. Congratulations Miss Kissie, the City of Owingsville is proud to call you one of its own. - Ow- ingsville Mayor Gary Hunt portance of being active is actively enrolling ma- and involved, no matter ture individuals in Menifee where or when you are County who are seeking in life. You are never too on the job training to tran- old (or too young) to par- sition to employment, part ticipate in activities that or full time, in their local can enrich your physical, community. Interested ap- mental, and emotion well- plicants can contact us at being. 833-GDW-SRKY (833-439- It is becoming more 7759) or at606-567-5611. apparent that remaining **Visit the Official OAM socially engaged can im- Website prove the quality of life Follow ACL on Twitter for older adults. Goodwill and Facebook of KY Senior Community Follow AoA on Twitter Service Employment Pro- and Facebook Connect with us: Good- will of KY SCSEP 833-439- 7759 http://www.good- willky, org/programs/ senior-community-ser- vice-employment-pro- gram-scsep/ Contact your Area Agen- cy on Aging: Visit http:// EDDIE PURCELL - Auctioneer License # P554 859-473-0630 FRIDAY, MAY 18TH @ 6:00PM VICES COMMUNITY CENTER 6321 MOOREFIELD RD MOOREFIELD KY 40311 EDDIE PURCELL-AUCTIONEER 859-473-0630 LICENSE P554 859-473-0630 Roofing & Construction 71 Ferguson Rd. Owingsville, Ky. 40360 Now Accepting Patients Fred V. Laus6, D.P.M. ll07 C. Indian Mound Dr. Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 Podiatrist- Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders Call 498-5151 for an appointment www eldercare gov/or call 1" 800- 677-2116 Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ll lllll PURCELLS AUCTION SERVICE WILL BE HAV- ING A CLEAN UP SALE ON FRIDAY MAY 18TH @ 6:00PM. ITEMS WILL CONSIST OF FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, COLLECTIBLES AND LOTS MORE. PLEASE KEEP WATCHING THE WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS. NO BUYERS PREMIUMH PAYMENT METHOD: CASH OR CHECK WITH PROPER ID NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ANY ANNOUcEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY AND ALL ADVERTISING FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO CONSIGN YOUR ITEMS, PLEASE CON- TACT EDDIE PURCELL 859-473-0630 A Brick and Vinyl Structure with each unit having Two Bedrooms, 1 Full Bath, Kitchen, Living Room, and Utility Area. Total Electric, Central Heat and Air. Presently rented at $400 each per month. City Water and Sewer. Just outside the city limits. Built in 1988. Roof is 5 years old. Here is one that starts making you money the day of Closing! SELLING DUE TO HEALTH REASONS TERMS: I0% Down Payment Day of Auction, Balance due at Closing on or before 30 days. Possession with Deed. ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PREVIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.