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A-4 "Urea, Bikers and their friends -- Seated in the stands at Lions Club Park, were mem- bers of the Rolling Thunder cyclists, with some of their friends The "Thunder" have a kick- off event at Lions Club the Wednesday before Memorial Day, and then travel to Washington, D.C. (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) Bath Co. native awarded national fellowship Jon K. Mansfield, Mt. Sterling resident and teacher at Montgomery County High and a native of Bath County, has been awarded a James Madison Fellowship by the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Washington, D.C. in its thirteenth annual fellow- ship competition. A total of 54 fellowships were awarded in 2004. James Madison Fellowships support the further study of American history by college graduates who aspire to become teachers of American history, American government, and social studies in the nation's secondary schools, as well as by experienced secondary school teachers of the same subjects. Named in honor of the fourth President of 3he United States i and acknowledged "Father of the Constitution and Bill of l RightsY t the fell0wsChp will fund up to $24,000 of Mr. Mansfield's course of study toward a master's degree. That program must include a concen- tration of courses on the history and principles of the United States Constitution. Mr. Mansfield was selected for a James Madison Fellowship in competition with applicants from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the nation's island and trust territories. The fellowship-- funded by income from a trust fund in the Treasury of the United States and from addi- tional private gifts, corporate contributions, and foundation grants--requires its recipient to teach American history or social studies in a secondary school for at least one year for each year of fellowship support. The award is intended to recognize promis- inis, teachers,, to s-ngefihdn flieir knowledge of ,the origins and deve6]gment off American constitutional gov- ernment,, and thus to expose the ;' ,, nation's secondary school stu- dents to accurate knowledge of the nation's constitutional her- itage. Additional information may be found at www._iamesmadi- son. com. NEWS Bath Co. Memorial Library Linda Denton Ever wished you could see those statues on Easter Island, the pyramids of Egypt or South America, the emerald of the Emerald Isle, Big Ben in London, the City of Lights in France, the Winter Palace in Russia, the jungles of the Amazon, the Great Wall of China? How about the glaciers of Alaska, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Alamo in Texas, Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, autumn in New England, the Pacific or Atlantic coasts of anywhere? If you can afford the cost, climb in a plane, train, bus, boat or car and head on out. If not, there's a much cheaper way of perusing the planet. It's called arm-chair- travel. Bath County's younger set is doing just that in this year's Summer Reading Program and it's a perfect opportunity for you to go along. The farthest you actually have to travel is to your local library and if Sarah Staten stops by in the bookmobile, you don't even have to go that far. The rest depends on writers, photogra- phers, i!lustrators, and your imagination, So what part of the world would you like to visit, and what form of arm-chair travel do you prefer? The possibilities are unlimited. Ever imagined time travel? No problem. Take a look at Isaac Asimov's The reeks--A reat A ventur . Head on out to the azure seas and golden lands of the ancient Aegean and the Mediterranean Seas. Read of Hercules, Helen, Agamemnon, Athens, Alex- andria and Troy. Immerse your- self in the arts, the culture, and the legends that have so influ- enced the world today and bone up on the background of this year's Olympic Games. Editors Hiram Haydn and John Coumos will take you to 52 countries in their book A World Of Great Stories. Ac- cording to the publishers, the ll5 tales retold here "are all classics in their cultures, but many are new to readers in other countries, providing inti- mate portraits of the societies from which they came." From America and Britain, you'll find, Irwin Shaw's .Act of Faith...and James Joyce's The Boarding House...From New Zealand, Katherine Mansfield's Miss Brill... from France, The Gentle Libertine. From Switz- erland, Harry's Loves...from Denmark, Isak Dinesen's The Sailor Boy's Tale...From Russia, Anton Chekhov's In Exile ...From Yugoslavia, Children And Old Folk...From Turkey, The Gray Donkey...from Argentina, The Sorrel Colt ...From Burma, Tales Of A Burmese Soothsayer... and from Thailand, My Thai Cat...and that's just skimming the surface. If action-adventure is more to your liking, Robert Ludlum will whisk you back to the begin- On June 10, he says he will be 56, But we know that's not true! He has worked at Ferrellgas for 50 yrs. d J. L i The Bath County ning of World Trista Be American playing game in Paris that an equally Moscc numerous thrillers, takes Europe and into a greed, attem nation of dential home. You may it'll likely be at whatever). ! Norman Silver's Africa begins grant family in goes back to their i Africa, haunting happened there, their imm] shock, weather growth Elaine _D_g.qgtK is a "sweeps from the of Yorkshire to the ' of Sunny Italy" is invariably wrong guy when has been right of her life. The she realize that too Miramax has of Laura Est For Chocolate. a life in Tampopo, early 1900's as Aunt Tita, a includes recipes ia tion. Join the kids in summer reading your local way around the Chester Fried is back! AND BETTER THAlq EVER! CHICKEN ONLY ! 8 pc. Box ............ $8.99 i 12 pc. 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