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10 -July 26, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook AREA EVENTS FIRE AND IRON EX- PRESS ,"Slipping into K-Y," National Rally 2012, July 26-29, Station 45, Win- chester. For more infor- marion, check out fireand- iron45.com, or write to Station 45 Vice President Randy Baber at hdfire69@ hotmail.com FREEDOM CELEBRATION at the Farmers Chris- tian Church, located at 100 Ky. 801 South Friday, July 27 - Gos- pel Concert presented by members oi the Farmers Christian Church, 6:30 p.m followed by speaker Joey Todd, two-time Gulf War veteran, who will bring the Gospel message Saturday, July 28 - Gos- pel Concert by Roger Dil- lon, 6:30 p.m followed by speaker Dylan Bjorklund, who will present a mes- sage on "Freedom in Christ" Sunday, July 29 - Singp- siration presented by the Cave Runs Men's Fellow- ship, featuring perfomers Wayfaring Strangers. The concert will be followed by food and fellowship. For more information, contact Bill Teegarden, Evangelist, at 606-845- 9511 or 606-748-8456 GOSPEL SINGING The Easter Brothers, Sunday, July 29, 6 p.m. at The House of Prayer, 600 Whispering Oaks, More- head Ky. No admission charge. Everyone wel- come. For more infor- marion, call 606-784-7023. Pastor Winston McChrg. STANTON CORN FES- TIVAL, held at the Stanton Mu- nicipal Park, located just offthe Mountain Parkway, Exit 22. Follow the signs. Saturday, August 4, there will be free music to the public, crafts exhib- its and demonstrations, youth and teen beauty pageants, a corn-hole tournament, and a 5-K run. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, August 5, there will be gospel singing and a car show. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Dallas Pelfry at 606-454-8880. GATEWAY SPECIAL OLYMPICS 10TH AN- NUAL CAR, TRUCK, TRACTOR, AND MO- TORCYCLE SHOW, August 18, 2012. Down- town Mt. Sterling. Gates open at 8:30 a. m regis- tration from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Other events sched- uled include a 5K Run/ Walk, Arts and Crafts Fes- tival, Talent Showcase, Cornhole Tournament, Food, Raffles, Goody Bags, Door Prize, and Music. Free to the pub- lic. For more information call David Catchings, 859- 498-9874 or 859-398-5355. www.kycarsforkids.com CAVE RUN STORY- TELLING FESIIVAL September 26-29, Twin Knobs Recreation area, off of Hwy. 801 Festival begins 9:45 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Evening performances begin at 7:00 p.m. For more information contact the Morehead Tourism Commission at 800-654-1944 or 606-780- 4342. 3RD ANNUAL HOE- DOWN IN THE HOL- LER, Mandolin Farms, Flem- ingsburg Friday, October 5, 7 p.m Hoedown Star win- ner Nate Stone; 8 p.m. Kevin Stover; 9 p.m. Da- vid James and the Gang. Gates open Friday at 5 p.m. Admission is $10 and is available only at the gate that night. Children 6 and under admitted free. Saturday, October 6, 4 p.m. Jaida Dreyer; 4:45 p.m. Edgewood; 6:45 p.m. Bobby Davis and the Sounds of Haggard; 9 p.m. Daryle Singletary. Tickets for the Saturday portion of the festival are $20 in advance, $25 at the gate on show day. Gates will open at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. Chil- dren 6 and under are free. Children 7 - 12 years of age will be admitted for $10. Reservations for camp- sites are currently being accepted For more information, visit the website www.hoe- downintheholler.com or become a fan of Hoedown in the Holler on Facebook. FLEMINGSBURG COURT DAYS, OCI BER 6 AND 7 OCTOBER COURT DAYS, MT. STERLING, OCTOBER 12 - 15 DRUG & ALCOHOL SUPPORT MEETING Salt Lick Free Will Bap- tist Church. Maple/Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Win- ter - Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting.' Public Welcome. Share your experience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336-2602. CELEBRATE RECOV- ERY Celebrate Recovery will be held at Owings- vine United Methodist Church. Every Sunday, 6 P.m. LIVING FREE Living Free dependency classes. New Life Fellow- ship. Wednesday, 6 p. m. MOORES FERRY PAY LAKE The Moores Ferry Pay Lake on Hwy. 211 North is now open for business un- der new ownership. The lake has been stocked and is ready for everyone to come out and enjoy fish- ing! BATH COUNTY FIS- CAL COURT holds its regular meet- ing on the second Thurs- day of the month at the Court House Annex at 10 a. m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- ' TION holds its regular month- ly meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Working session starts at 5:30 a.m. at the BOard Office conference room. SHARPSBURG CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Monday of the month at Sharpsburg City Hall at 7p.m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular month- ly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Department at 6 p.m. OWINGSVILLE CITY COUNCIL holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at Owingsville City Hall at 7 p.m. GOLF SCRAMBLE FOR KARA COLLINS Care for Kara Collins Golf Scramble, at Car- rington Green, Friday, July 27, 10 to 6 pro. $25/ player. For more infor- marion, contact Allison Whaley, 859-585-7892 or Brandy Esham, 859-749. 2010 COMPUTER CLASSES Bath County Memorial Library Thursday, July 26 5:30 p.m. - microsoft word. Basic computer class Au- gust 14 1:00 p.m Career transition class August 23 at 5:30 p.m. Contact Holly Howard at 674-2531 HOMECOMING On Sunday, Jdly 29, Northside Church of God is having their annual Homecoming. We will be featuring 'The Sons of Liberty" at 10:30 a.m. Come and be lifted up as this inspirational groups sing. BATH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SCHEDULES BCHS students can pick up their 2012-2013 class schedules on the follow- ing days: Monday, July 30th- Se- niors Tuesday, July 31st- Ju- niors Wednesday, August 1st- Sophomores Thursday, August 2nd- Freshmen Hck-ups are from 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to3:00 each day. Students that are un- able to pick up their sched- ule during this window will receive their schedule on the first day of school. FLAG AND JR. PRO FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING SIGNUPS will be Aug 4th from 10 a.m. to 2 p. m. at Owingsville Elementary School. This is for kids as young as 4 up to the 6th grade. For more information please, contact George Clark on Face- book www:facebook.com/ george.clark.921 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR BATH COUNTY STUDENTS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 PRESTON COURT DAYS, OCTOBER 12- 15 CAR WASH AND BAKE SALE Saturday, July 28, 2012, Northside Church of God Youth are having a car wash and bake sale at Mama Joe's Pizza. Car wash for dona- tions only. CRUISE-IN Shorty's Quick Stop, July 28, 5 to 9 p.m.U.S. 60, downtown Midland. All cars, trucks and mo- torcycles are invited to at- tend. Door prizes, furl, 50//50. Food from Shorty's Din- er. All proceeds go to Special Kids Camp. www.special- kidscamp.com Music from the High Roll- ers Sound Machine Mobile DJ Service CRY OUT AMERICA! Sept 11, 2012, noon at the Menifee County Court- house There is only one remedy for our nation - Jesus. CELEBRATE RECOV- ERY Celebrate Recovery at Botts Christian Church, every Monday, 7 p. m For more information, call 859. 585-8688 or 606-768-8011. FRENCHBURG Crl COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thurs- day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Budding. MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. 2012 BODY AND SOUL CLOTHING BLOWOUT The Menifee Church oJ Christ, 1969 Main St one mile west of Menifee Co. Elementary School on U. S. 460, is having then" annual giveaway for clothing and school supplies on Thum day, July 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. These are free to everything and will be avai able on a first come/first serve basis. Giveaway will include pair of blue jeans, shirts, socks, dresses and underwear for all elemen- tary students. The Church will alsohold a one day Vacation Bible School Spectacular on Fri- day, July 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be classes for all ages, and everyone is invited to attend. For more informalion, call the church office at 606 768-2402. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR ME- NIFEE COUNTY STU- DENTS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 SHIFrMASTERS OF FRENCHBURG Cruise-In Schedule August 18, Sept. 15 (Me nifee Co. Reunion), and Oct 20 Downtown Frenchburg, 6-9 p.m. - For more info ca]] Don Smith, 606-768-2273 or 606-247-3148; Mark W'fl- liams, 606-768-9506; or Rick Conway, 859473-0062 MENIFEE COUNTY 4-H 27th- Canning Class for Youth Con der Eahant . VVbodmen of the Wodcr5 No& e En en the Enh m: may help protect as wve]l farn,I/s t tin, m a CD lht K I. eh Fi kl lt t, mmati 859-47]-0414 m'g @ i h