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2OO4 "Sch Note .00c00ok- Ashlie Dawn Thompson of Owingsville the students who participated in Morehead State Spring Commencement exercises on May 8. a candidate for the Bachelor of Social Work ;U President Ronald G. Eaglin congratulated her Ceremony. (MSU photo by -tim Holbrook) Receiving her degree---- Mary Teresa Hawkins Vice of Owingsville was among those students to participate in MSU's Spring Commencement exercises. MSU President Ronald Eaglin congratulated her during the ceremony. Vice was a candidate for the Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing. Nearly 950 graduates and undergraduates were candidates for degrees. (MSU photo by Tim Holbrook) Hammack earns degree--- Joseph Ryan Hammack of Owingsville was a candidate for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in computer information sys- tems at MSU's Spring Commencement Exercises. He is being congratulated by MSU President Ronald Eaglin. (MSU photo by Tim Holbrook) ation-- April Dawn McClain of Owingsville was Students that participated in Morehead State Spring Commencement exercises on May 8. a candidate for the Bachelor of Science in SCience degree. MSU President Ronald G. Eaglin her during the ceremony. (MSU photo by Tim riplett Jessica Cline-Taulbee Lick residents, receive Memorial sharship State University work major and a minor in soci- need that Jessica ology. She also received and Jodi Lynn Presidential, Citizenship and of Salt Lick, were Leadership Awards to MSU. the Lauren Swim Triplett is the daughter of for 2003- Timmy and Gina Triplett. She is of Bath a freshman with a major in para- legal studies and a minor in is the daughter sociology. In high school, she and Bobby Cline. was a member of the National with a social Honor Society and Beta Club. Buy from Someone You Know in Automotive Sales. Me! 744-8878 now you can own this " 150 Heritage for Only... Congratulations-- was among those students to participate in MSU's Spring Commencement exercises. MSU President Ronald Eaglin congratulated her during the ceremony. Vice was a candidate for the Bachelor of Social Work degree. (MSU photo by Tim Holbrook) Sarah Grimes of Owingsville New Book-- Sierra Kiwanis presents Dickerson from Salt Lick Elementary School received books-- Cody Smith from a copy of the book, When I SLE received a copy of the ''wa'Young in theMOutains, book, The Puppy who ;:, from Lois ,I=lymdtdl,ttPttId;:**a;BoY, from the Owingsville/Bath County Kiwanis. (News-Outlook hoto, Harry D. Patrick). Duke Foundation of Psi Chapter, Delta Kappa International and the Owingsville/Bath County Kiwanis. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick). (The photos from Bethel Elementary will appear in next week's edition). Book Donations-- On May 20, 2004, Lois Gi,00 ..-" them what they want. Plymale, representing the Duke Foundation of Psi Chapter, Delta Kappa International and Owings- ville/Bath County Kiwanis, presented children's books to some deserving students at OES, BES and SLE. The students pictured here at OES, are Jimmy Manley; Tosha Robinson; Tommy Cline; James Moore; Chelsea Mitchell; Samantha Risner; Anna Grace Guess; and Zack Hunt. (News- Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick). Danny E. True Sales Associate im, m 2004 F-150 Heritage 4.21., I/-8 ongino, ana/fm, clock, cassette, a/c "Rebates assigned to deo/er, $2500 cashtrade equity, 72 months financing through Ford Motor Credif, prices plus tax and license. With qualified cndit The Visa (;ill ('at*J i provided through our affiliate. Central Bank Introducing the new Visa? Gift Card. The Visa Gift Card from Salt Lick Deposit Bank combines the world class buying power of Visa with the local con- venience of Salt Lick Deposit Bank. The is a perfect gift for high school , weddings, birthdays and Day. Parents can even give it to their children as they go to college. The card can be used at any store or merchant where Visa is accepted. For more information regarding the gift card and its features, or to purchase one for the upcoming graduation season, stop by either of our two locations in Owingsville or Salt Lick. Or call us at 674-2801 or 683-2091. Salt Lick Deposit Bank