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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper May 21, 2015 - 9 COMMUNITY SEEDS OF HOPE Waiting, at best, is difficult, help and shield! Why would will be in the ,ture our helper Giving up, however, can be di- a king with armies and wise and our shield. sastrous. We often hear the warning, 'Don't ever pray for patience. God may take you at your word and hide from you for a long, long time." Whether or not we pray for patience, we often end up wailing on God for a long, long lime. It is easy to convince ourselves that "I've waited long enough. It's time for me to strike out on my own. God will eventually catch up with me." "We wait in hope for the Lord," said David, "He is our men, property and power ad- vise people to wait? Why not, as a warrior, "move into combat?" From his past David could predict his future. First, the God who created all things, is above all things, sees all things, controls all things Will, when it is time, come and "do His thing." David had experienced God at work in his life and cer- tainly came to believe in God's presence and power in his life. So, he reassures us and re- minds us that He "is now and As our helper, He will, at the appropriate time, deliver us. We may not know when or understand what method of de- liverance He will use, but we do know that He will deliver those who trust in Him. We have His word because it is in His Word. However, until He does, we are reminded that He is our shield -the One who will defend us. Our hope is in His hands. Visit us at: SowerMinistries. org Salt Lick native holds book signing Chocolate-Bacon Cupcakes with Dulce De Leche Frosting The Montgomery County Public Library will host au- thor Brad Jones on Thursday, May 28th at 6 PM. Mr. Jones is a former captain and Marine veteran, who was deployed to Okinawa, South Korea, Japan, Liberia, and Afghanistan. He will discuss his novel, Black Walls Turn Gray, which is about the struggles soldiers face after returning from warfare. Mr. Jones states that writing this book was a trans- formative experience and he hopes to help other veterans by spread awareness and sup- port for PTSD. Copies of the author's book will be available to purchase. Call the library at 859498-2404 for more in- formation. This event is free and open to the public. Fol- low the library on Facebool to learn about further book signings by local authors. Victory Chapel Prep: 15 min Inactive: 45 min Cook: 45 min Yield:12 cupcakes Ingredients For the candied bacon: 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 2 teaspoons unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder 12 slices bacon, cut in half 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon fine salt 1/4 cup buttermilk 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract For the frosting: I cup jarred dulce de leche 8 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Flaky sea salt, for topping For the cupcakes: 5 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/4 cup brewed espresso or coffee 1/4 cup packed light brown sugar 1/3 cup unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder 4 ounces milk chocolate, chopped Directions Make the candied bacon: Preheat the oven to 350 de- grees F and set a rack on a foil-lined baking sheet. Whisk the brown sugar, granulated sugar and cocoa powder in a medium bowl. Toss the baconin the sugar mixture until coated, then ar- range on the rack in a single layer. Bake until dark brown, 15 to 20 minutes. Let cool, then transfer to a plate and pat dry with paper towels. Chop 6 pieces of the bacon; set aside. Meanwhile, make the cup- cakes: Combine the vegetable oil, espresso, brown sugar, cocoa powder and chocolate in a large microwave-safe bowl and microwave until hot, about 2 minutes. Whisk until smooth, then set aside to cool, about 15 minutes. Whisk the flour, granulated sugar, baking soda and fine salt in a medium bowl. Add the buttermilk, eggs and vanilla to the cooled choco- late mixture and whisk until smooth. Add the flour mix- ture and continue whisking TOWLER'S until combined. Line a 12-cup muffin pan with paper liners. Divide the batter among the cups, then sprinkle with the chopped ba- con. Bake until the cupcakes spring back when lightly pressed, 20 to 25 minutes. Let cool 10 minutes in the pan, then remove to a rack to cool completely. Meanwhile, make the frost- ing: Beat the dulce de leche, cream cheese and vanilla in a large bowl with a mixer on medium speed until com- bined. Transfer to a pastry bag fitted with a large star tip; refrigerate 30 minutes. Pipe the frosting onto the cupcakes. Top with the remaining candied bacon, breaking it into pieces; sprin- kle with sea salt. u m m m m m B w B Submitted by Aaron Baldwin The Honor's Board student at Bath County High School, for the week of May 13th- May 20th as chosen by Mr. Rawlings, is Travis Woodard. Mr. Rawlings picked Travis because of, =his intense work ethic and his desire to be the best. Tra- vis constantly worked to become first chair, and when he finally achieved that status, he worked even harder." When asked about his selection,- Travis said, "Being chosen for the Honors Board - by Mr. Rawlings means a lot to me because- band has taught me valuable life lessons that I- will use throughout my entire life. I would like to = thank Mr. Rawlings for pushing me outside of my- comfort zone and leading me to being not only- a successful band nerd, but also a successful- student and person in general." ll`  Between Sharpsburg and Bethel in Bath County on Hwy 11 Cookout and Auction Saturday, May 23, 2015 The Cookout will start at 3:00 p.m. and the auction will immediately follow. The cost of the meal is donations only and all proceeds will go towards Victory Chapel's camp meeting expenses. We sell daily Carpet - Hardwood - Flooring - (Installers Available) Metal Roofing - 300 Window In Stock - S5tl3P_ ;5_4361 Seven Featuriog Perfocmances bye. C ty .- -- Presen00eOby " 00ola 00neques Call Healing Grounds. ..... 674-999400_ - lor ,., East, Take ExR 123, Left - assistance - 606-674-3987 Or 606-57"1-1314 [] 00Fleming-Mason Energy A "Ibuchstone Energs; Cooperative (,,t2:; INSPECTION PERIOD FOR THE PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT ROLL The Menffee County real estate property tax roll will be opened for inspec- tion from May 20 through June 4, 2015. Under the supervision of the Property Valuation Administrator or one of the deputies, any person may inspect the tax roll. This is the January 1, 2015 assessment on which state, county and school taxes for 2015 will be due about'November 1, 2015. The tax roll is in the office of the Property Valuation Administrator's office and may be inspected between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Any taxpayer desiring to appeal an assessment on real property made by the PVA must first request a conference with the PVA or a designated deputy. The conference miy be held prior to or during the inspection period. Any taxpayer still, aggrieved by an assessment on real property, after the conference with the PVA or designated deputy may appeal to the county board of assessment appeals. The taxpayer can appeal his assessment by filing in person or sending a letter or other written petition stating the reasons for appeal, identifying the prop- erty and stating the taxpayer's opinion of the fair cash value of the property. The appeal must be filed with the county clerk's office no later than one work day following the conclusion of the inspection period. Any taxpayer failing to appeal to the county board of assessment appeals, or failing to appear before the board, either in person or by designated representative, will not be eligible to appeal directly to the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals. Appeals of personal property assessments shall not be made to the county board of assessment appeals. Personal property taxpayers shall be served notice under the provisions of KRS 132.450(4) and shall have the protest and appeal rights granted under the provisions of KRS 131.110. The following steps should be taken when a taxpayer does not agree with the assessed value of personal property as determined by the PVA. (1) 'The taxpayer must list under protest what he believes is the fair cash value. (2) The taxpayer must file a written protest directly with the Department of Revenue, within 30 days from the date of the notiCe of assess- ment. (3) This protest must be in accordance with KRS 131.110. (4) The final decision of the Department of Revenue may be ap- pealed to the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals. Jim Lawson Menifee County Property Valuation Administrator published by the Menifee County News-Outlook 05.21.15