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12 - July 02, 2015 Yolir Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Submitted by 'School Age Child Care had fun while ', practicing bike and scooter safety. Willie Jones learning and INSURANCE ACE TS Kentucky Farm Burc.u ~ ,eckM~ msu:.,~',,...,, enr candidar,-s with strong cntrepreneuria! spua and a commitmcl~t to a,.rvice excellence, kVe ofi]er a competitive supplemental allowance prograL, tbr uewly contracted agents. Agents an' independent contraetor,', .or emplq.~,ees qf Kem'u~y Farm Bureau Apply online today at www.kfbcareers.com. Buck's Grill and Crafts Catering Parties, Weddings and Reunions Hours: Mon. - Fri. 1 la.m to 6p.m. Sat. lla.m, to 3 p.m. Closed on Sunday Call us for details 606-776-7224 606-356-2725 212B East Second Street Maysvilie, KY O and Assoc., psc Attorneys at Law lairs t lJls Began William Stanton Mt. Sterling Morehead (606) 663-4500 (859) 498-8936 (,606) 780-0528 Personal Injury Worker's ComPensation Criminal Defense Divorce/Custody/Adoption Bankruptcy Probates/Estates Social Security Disability/SSI are a debt rehei a~ency. We help people file for bankruptcy ~elief w.d-~r :.he bankrupt,:'y code M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Photos submitted by Willie Jones School Age#Child Care summer camp with the Cool School Mobile Lab solving a mystery. Submitted by Willie Jones School Age Child Care summer camp participants enjoying and learning how to swim as a part of free lessons offered. There were a total of 33 children who received the lessons. It was very successful. WIC (the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for : VComen, Infants and Children) is a national program that helps low-income families meet nutritional needs. WIC provides supplemental foods, healthcare ret r- rals, and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant women and new mothers, infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. Medicaid, KTAP, and SNAP recipients automaticaUy qualify or you can review the income guidelines below to see if you may qualify. ....................... '!!:t'" :79' ' ?.!'~2Z!:~.-g?:~Y~2:'Ltt .................................. ; ............ i ......... i ........... i ............... 1 ............... i ................. i .......... ,v~ ..... ' ....... " .............. :.......i .. ............. ............... , .............. I ................................ t ................ [ ......................... , ....................... + .............. ...... t ..................... ~ ....... t....-..-...U; ~:;..t~ ................. ~*,:, ~t .....;;..+'......-;;.+,.~, ,~ : ~**. i~ ............ .~,=; WIC foods include iron-fortified cereals, Whole grains, vitamin C-rich fruit juice, eggs, milk or so}; cheese or tofu, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, fish, infant tbods, and peanut butter or dried beans and peas. These food items are high in one or more of the following nutri- ents: protein, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. The WIC Program at your local health department offers nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and benefits for healthy foods to pregnant, breastfeeding women, and infiants and children up to the age of 5. More informatfon about the WIC Program is available by contacting Bath County Health Department at 606-674-2731. Additional Community Services Available at your local Health Department Include: Adult & Pediatric Vaccinations, EPSDT Screenings (Wall-Child Exams), Fluoride Varnishing, Lead Screening, Laboratory Services, STD Testing, Famil), Planni~ atz,l Preconception Risk Assessment Program, Breast Cuncer Screening Program, Screening Mummog2"am Referral, Coh~rectal Screening P~)g~um, Diabetes Program, Environmental Program, Pre- paredness Planning and Readiness Program, Tobacco Education Program, TB Program, Medical Nutrition Therapy Program, HANDS Program, Fi~t Steps Program, Prenatal Services, and Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer WIC (the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children).is a national : = Program that hetp towqncome familt meet n t,r, t)onai needs WIC provtdes supplemental foods, healtl care re- ferrals, and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant womer and new mothers, infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. Medicaid, KTAP, and SNAP recipients automatically qualify or you can review the income guidelines below to see if you may qualify'. WIC foods include iron-fortifred cereals, Whole grains, vitamin C-rich fruit juice, eggs, milk or soy, cheese or tofu, fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, fish, infant foods, and peanut butter or dried beans and peas. These food items are high in one or more of the follmving nutri- ents: protein, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. The WIC Program at your local health department offers ndtrition education, breastfeeding support, and benefits for healthy foods to pregnant, breastfeeding wonren, and infants and children up to the age of 5. More infi)rma- tion about the WIC Program is available by contacting Menifee County Health Department at 606-768..2151. Additional Community Services Available at )'our local Health Department Include: Adult & Pediatric ~ccinations, EPSDT Screenings ( Well-Child Exams), Fluoride Varnishing, Lead Screening, Laboratory Services, STD Testing, Family Planning and Preconception Risk Assessment Program, Breast Cancer Screening Pragram, Screening Mammogram ReJerral, Colorectal Screening Program, Diabetes Program, Environmental Program, Pre- paredness Planning and Readiness Program, Tobacto Education Program, TB Pr%mm~, Medical Nutrition 7herai~v Program, Ht~.~NrDS Program, First Steps Program, Prenatal Services, and Bre~Lqfi'eding Peer Counselor Progrum. USDA is an equal Opportunity provider and employer can place your ad in 7 publication for a 7 . county wide area coverage The Carlisle Mercury, Flemingsburg Gazette, Bath County News Outlook, Menifee News Outlook, Robertson County Mercury, Maysville Mercury, Lewis County Gazette We offer low affordable pricing with high volume in numbers! You can place your ad by contacting: Be sure to our S I I I I ii i ii I I I I I II IIIII I, II II [111 I lit i i i i i i o 1