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mmunity LNing THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsviile, Ky.--Week of July 24 -July 31, 2003 Delbert Marshall highly decorated veteran Delbert Reffitt was born August 16, 1920, the son of Cyril and Lillie McCarty Reffitt at Salt Lick, Kentucky. He attended school at White Sulpher. At age 20, he went to work for C&O Railroad. At the age of 21 he married his wife, Mary Margaret (Crouch) Reffitt on January 24, 1942, at Owingsville, Kentucky. They have been married for 61 years. Delbert served in the Army from November 25, 1942, to November 30, 1945. He served in the campaigns of Normandy, Northern France, Ardennes, Rhineland, and Central Europe. He received the European African, Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon (with 5 Bronze Stars and Bronze Arrow Head) Good Conduct Metal, Croix-de- Guerre with Palm Meritorious unit Citation CO 226 and W.W. II Victory Metal. He was honor- ably discharged November 30, 1945. After the war, he returned to Salt Lick, Kentucky, where he worked construction on pipe lines. In 1950, Delbert moved his family to Middletown, Ohio, and went to work at Armco Steel Corporation for 30 years, retiring in 1980. Delbert and his wife, Mary, have lived in Middletown and Hunter (Franklin, Ohio). They have raised 5 children; Nancy Reffitt Mynhier, James, Ray, Cheryl, and Daryl. They also have 9 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. Delbert will be 83 his birthday this year. He still loves to attend any and all ball games, mostly at Armco Park. Ethel Cline celebrates 88th birthday Ethel Cline Ethel Cline celebrated her 88th birthday Sunday at Lions Club Park with family and friends. Everyone enjoyed themselves. Those who helped her celebrate were, from New Castle, Indiana: Becky Warren; from Mt. Sterling: Johnny and Carolyn Cline; Tanya Terry and Jordan; Mike Martin; Jimmy and Nancy Jo Williams; Chuck and Michele Williams; Ashley and Austin; Kim Spencer and Emily; Steve and Lisa Coons and Tyler; Mike and Stacey Kier, Austin and Maverick; from Owingsville: Randy and Cindy Cline and Derek; Philip and Jeannie Cline and Julie; Mike and Missy Ginter, Kevin, Travis, and Whitney; Levi and Nellie Anderson; Tim and Becky White; Jenny Razor, Dylan, Elijah and Elizabeth; Jerry and Pauline Cline, and Brandon; Robin and Lois Cline; Nicole, Cheta, and Zack; Pauline and Melissa Manley; Ronnie and Kathy Robinson and Presleigh; from Salt Lick: Jim and Ann Cline; Jamie and Marcie Cline; Jerry Cline; Bobby and Elwanda Cline, B.J. and Josh; Shane and Melanie Flannery and Kenzie; James Whitton; Mike and Barbara May; Richard and Sissy Swartz; Michele Hatton; Wtlliam and Kaye Thomas; and Lawrence and Gladys Hunt and Kealy. Respite for grandparents raising grandchildren Effective July 1, 2003 through June 30, 21X)4, the Gateway Area Agency on Aging's Family Caregiver Support Program, is available to provide respite services, to grandparents and other relatives; who are raising children in Bath,, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan,i and Rowan counties. Respite serv-; ices are provided to give caregivers. temporary relief from their caregiv-, ing responsibilities. Respite service is not the only service that the Family Caregiver Support Program can provide grand- parents or other relatives raising grandchildren. The program can also provide information, assistance, individual counseling, support groups, and caregiver training, as well as, respite serwces. In order to quality for this program you must be 60 years of age, a relative caregiver of the child by blood or marriage, have legal cus- tody of the child, and the child must be less than 19 years of age. To become an enrollee of the Grandparents Raising Grandchil- dren Program, the individual must meet the qualifications and an assessment must be done prior to receiving support services, ff you are interested in the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Program and would like additional information, please contact Vanessa Frazier at the Gateway Area Development District, at 1-606-674-6355. Rear-end collision - Last Friday, July 18, in the middle of the afternoon, this car, turning left into the Bath County Clinic's driveway, on Slate Avenue, was hit from behind by a truck, driven by Brandon Lees, who was not seriously injured. The car was headed East on Hwy. 36. The the car were taken to an area treatment, but Lees went by doctor for treatment. (News-outlook photo, :::::::::: Happy Love., ,mest earl an00bOree Saturday Nights in Mt. Sterhng . I J!omest'ead .:,od Clean, Family Fun, Toe Tapping, Hand Clapping. Country Music ,t" ,>,. Doors Open at 7 p.m. - Show Starts at 8 p.m. ? Admission =10.00 Adults  i Children 6-12 - Half Price s lE.,pnd Under- Free (When Accompanied by Adult) X, Door Prizes Given Away .:- Refreshments Available LOgoff 1-64; take exit 110 at Mt. Sterling; go downtown; orff:igh St.; go through 2 stop signs and the next street is E.ill Street. Located in old EstiU Street Jubilee Building. / Cay.tore.ratq P1%: 16-'kt-)424 /" Idaho Potatoes Fresh 10 lb. Bag Ground Beef $1 .99 29.! after 25% off after 25 '/o off 24 pk. Pepsi after 25% off Tomatoes after 25% off Don It 19 Water Street, Owingsville