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10 May 27. 2021 I News Outlook COMMUNITY School Board recognizes retirees Fugate, Exceptional Children Teacher, 27 years Hilary Lewis, Home Economics Teacher in Rowan and Mid- 5t!de Th°mP5°nr Kindefgflflen IHS'WCfiOMI ASSMOMI dle School Guidance Counselor, 30 years 34 Yea"s Phyllis Jordon. OES/BCHS Cook/Baker, 26 Years Gaye Harmon, OES Kindergarten Teacher, Reading Interventionist, 30 years Jilly Toy, Preschool Teacher, 27 years and Tiffany Sholar, Crossroads Teacher, Reading Interventionist 24 years ere I also recognized ’ w City of Sharpsburg Emmi! 505 Main Street - Tract 2 Full time pharmacy technrcran posrtron Shamsburg, KY open in Owingsville. Competitive pay, good work environment, excellent health insurance, company matching 401k, paid holidays and no Sundays. Pharmacy experience is preferred but not necessary. Call 606-674-2423 between 8:30 am and 6:00 pm. Sealed bids will be accepted by mail only to PO Box 128 by June 4, 2021. Bids will be open on June 7, 2021 at 7:30pm Sharpsburg Community Center Sharpsburg, KY The City shall reserve the right to reject all bids. “This advertisement was paid for by the City of Sharpsburg using taxpayer dollars in the amount of $40." Betty Purvis, OES Cook/Baker, IO years Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 05. 20 05.27 of 2021 Owingsville Bank now offers Digital Wallet Our customers now have the ability to use Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay with their OBC Debit Card! Get 24/7 may: toyow account wo'th am and Maddie 3W Main Location 49 West Main Street, Owingsville 606-674-6317 Radon is a naturally occuring, Owingsville Branch 35 Brendan Street, Owingsville 606-674-2168 “mg cancer causmg? , Salt Lick 23 Main Street, Salt Lick 606-683-3811 E%% \ radioactive gas that infiltrates your home through cracks in the foundation. if you are a resident of Bath, Elliott, 'Menifee, Morgan, or Rowan counties, you can recieve a free, in-home radon test kit today by visiting: www. neahec.org/RadonKit For more information, email Mike Mattox at: MichaelE.Mattox@ky.gov In) wwaankOBC.com — Ether PEEK: This opportunity is brought to you by the Gateway District Heatth Department and the Northeast Kentucky Area Health Education Center.