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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper May 17, 2018 - 21 Eight years ago the eiti- cided to seek another term,Vickie M. Crouch Seeksam a lifelong resident ,of zens of Owingsville gave as Mayor. When I speak of| Election for Bath County Bath County. When I m me the opportunity to our town I do so with much Coroner not glued to a computer serve as their Mayor. I pride and my goal is that,I Vickie Martin Crouchscreen, I spend my time in do not take this responsi- you can do the samewhen| am the Vice president of the swimming pool with my bility lightly. I go to City speaking about its Mayor. | Hall each day and workI humbly ask that you con-,Crouch's Barn Buildingfamily, working in the gar- Inc. I am the 41-year-old den, painting and repairing on ways to make our town tinue to place your confi-| daughter of Irvin Martin antique tables and lamps, safer, cleaner, and a more dence in me with your vote,and the late Vicky Arnett and trying very hard to be economically viable place on November 6th. Thank| Martin of Sharpsburg. the best role model for my to live. I have some excit- you and may God bless our | ing new ideas for our town community I. am best known as the children. Thanks to every- wife to Thomas Crouch, one for all the support dur- and after--much prayer de- [[ ii l ii: l ganm therandt ThomasJr.Savannah' and aM r- ingcountymy Coroner.Campaign as Bath ,Johnny Ray /;/;s I grandmother to Abigail. , My name is Johnny Ray Deputy of Bath County, Botts, Democratic Candi- which I received the 2012 date for Bath County Sher- Deputy of the Tear, 21st Ju- iff. I am married to Tracye dicial Circuit. I am a 2009 Clemons Botts. We are the Graduate of the Depart- proud parents of six chil- ment of Criminal Justice dren (one of which is de- Training in Richmond, Ky. ceased) and we have four Bath County, you know grandchildren, what I stand for and I have I currently work as a pc- never changed. lice officei' at Morehead Your vote is greatly ap- State University. Before preciated. that, I worked as a Sheriffs John 5u herland Earl Ix/ilh" My name is Earl Willisstaff. I also have a great and I am seeking re-elec- working relationship with tion as your Bath County the Judges and Attorneys Jailer. Since being elected, I am one of the only no-jail I have worked hard tO im- jailers in the state that has prove the integrity and im- an inmate work program age of the Bath County Jail and is in charge of the an- Department. I now have a kle monitor. If re-elected, great working relationship I will continue to look for with the County, City, and ways to improve our Bath State Law Enforcement County Jail Department. a agencies including the Please vote for me, Earl 911 Dispatch staff and sur- Willis, on May 2, 2018. rounding jailers and their ask for your consideration and vote for Sheriff. The only promise I can make is that the Sheriff's Depart- ment will operate on these basic principles: service, honesty, and integrity. Hav- ing 21 years of experience, at the street and administra- five levels while working in the past at a Sheriffs Of- rice, now currently as Assis- tant Chief working for the Owingsville Police Depart- ment makes me well quali- fied for the job. Through community policing, we can be pro-active and re-ac- tive in attacking the issues plaguing our fine communi- ty. I want to make and keep our schools and community a safe environment for our children and families. My goals are simple, "serving all Bath County." Come May 22nd, make a difference, vote experience. Push button one. Vote John Sutherland. ic The Menifee County Fiscal Court has begun the process of removing the =old" portion of StoneQuarry Rd. from the County Road System. Beginning at the end of the current blacktop and continuing through all property cur- rently NOT being maintained by Menifee County. A public meeting will be held on ffuesday~,~12; ~0~iS~at'7~i~)Wt~,tderi~g~'- the Menifee County Fiscal Court montty meeting. , Published in the Menifee County News Outlook on 04.19 & 25, 05.03, 10, 17, 24, & 21, 06.07of2018 I Tree Line Removal Driveway Repair I Dozer, Skid Steer, and Excavation WorkI Waterline and Cattle Water Inst llation I Give us a call for all your excavationI needs or for an onsite estimate. I I 606 210 1526 I Connect Rental and Sales Farmer's Market Tent Set-Up We are offering 8'x8' rentable spaces for $12.00 for Friday and Saturday (during store hours) For $3.00 we can provide a table with your spot . I MONEY FOR FARM IMPROVEMENTS AVAILABLE 191: KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FUND Bath County Conservation Dist 71 Miller Drive unit 7 Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-2121 ext 3 Email bcscmissy@yahoo.com or missy2ginter@ky.nacdnet.net Applications will be available for Bath County's CAIPto assist farmers in making important on-farm investments. Application Period: May 21, 2018 - June 8, 2018 No applications will be accepted after June 8, 2018 @ 4:30pm Application Availability: Bath County Conservation District office For More Information: Contact Missy Ginter at 606-674-2121 ext 3 or email bcscmissy17@yahoo.com Visit GOAP website for more details or directions All applications are scored, based on the scoring Criteda set by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board. = =~:= = ::~ ~ :>. ~ :i us Reward for return Missing from Rolling Hilts, Kentucky (Menifee County) Cavalier Charles 8 year tured male Escaped our front porch 2 weeks ago. Had a blue collar with Ohio Dog Tag, a picture tag, Rabies "fag and contact onformation. Please call our cell phones if you have seen him, have him or have knowledge of his location. (DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER ON THE I'AG; IT tS OUR HOME NUMBER IN OHIO) PLEASE CALL OUR CELLS AT ~37~78~9 or ~37,:7~8.~ Our other Cavalier is missing his brother. Snickers is in need of his Heart worm trea~nent, and special no grain Pro Chow feed for senstive stomach and skin, He has severe skin allery to flea bites and must be properly treated with treatment. FirstLight ttome Care is a leading provider of non-medical home care, helping individuals achieve the quality of life the5' deserve. Regardless of age, background or loca- tion, most people today have something in common: They want independence, free- dora, and quality of life. FirstLight Home Care of the Foothills is designed to help adults achieve all those things. FirstLight provides qualib', affordable non-medical home care not just for the older adult who is aging in place, but also for other adults who need assistance with activi- ties of daily living. FirstLight is a lilbline tbr seniors; people with disabilities; those re- covering from surgery, illness or injury; and new and busy mothers. "Non-medical home care fills the gap be- tween medically skilled se]wices and the everyday tasks that a person is able to com- plete fbr themselves," said Shadow Skaggs, owner of FirstLight Home Care of the Foothills. "Our services provide the re- sources needed to sustain our clients" inde- pendence and freedom and help t~amily Adults of Deserve caregivers maintain flexibility and balance ees, not contractors. Plus, we conduct thor- in their own lives," ough screenings and background checks, Central to the FirstLighl caregiving ap- and eve~' caregiver must complete our care proach is a client-first philosophy that training process." matches clients with caregivers who fit the personality, needs and vision of the client Diverse tlome Care Solutions and family. Caregiving partnerships are buill FirstLight's non-medical home care solu- on trust, communication and an understand- lions provkle support to people with a wide ing of a client's needs, range of needs and the resources necessm'y "'Our caregivers have been there, and they to help adults maintain quality of life. maderstand the challenges families face Personal Care aids with activities of daffy when caring tbr loved ones," said Skaggs. living, such as bathing and hygiene, walking "FirstLight caregivers are direct employ- and mobilily, transtEr and posturing, special I~'~iiiiiiii' FirstLight Home Care of the Foothills provides non-medical home care and fills the gap between medically skilled services and the everyday tasks that a person is able to complete for themselves. / PAH) AI)'~ li'RTISEMENT diets mad meal prepa- ration. Companion Care provides companion- ship through regular visits, as well as reed r I |~'~'L ~,~ ~ !~:i~ g~ f~:i ication reminders, light housekeeping, laundry services, errands and transportation, Respite Care allows family caregivers to step om of their eve~day routines and take time for themselves, while FirstI ight profbs- sionals ensure loved ones are cared for. Dementia (?are provides personalized care plans to help dementia suflbrers and their tam- flies cope with the anxieb', confi~sion and iso- lation that are often associated with the disease. Their pro~ssional caregivers can provide care at private residences, independent and assisted living communities and other healthcare facility settings in the tbllowing counties: Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Flem- ing. 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