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S lrll ual Llvln THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owtngsville, Ky.--Week of August 7 - August 14, 2003 Mark 9 The Transfiguration stands mid- way between the Temptation in the Wilderness and the Agony in Gethsemane. The place--tradition locates it on Mt. Tabor. There are some modern critics who favor Mt. Hermon.The time I thinkthat per- haps it was a night, because it could be seen to better advantage. Then, too, Jesus usually went to the moun- tains to spend the night in prayer. Christ was the central figure. Moses and Elias appeared from the heavenly world as representatives of the Old Testament; one, of the law; the other, of the prophets. They met here on the mountain to do homage to Him who was the ful- fillment of both the law and the prophets. The deaths of Moses and Elias were not the common or ordi- nary deaths men must encounter. We read in the scriptures that the burial place of Moses is known only to God. We also read that Elias never experienced death. He was taken to Heaven in a chariot of fire. The Transfiguration of Jesus consisted of the inner glory of Christ&apos;s person, accompanied by a voice from Heaven. The voice pro- claimed that Jesus was the beloved Son of God. The three disciples, Peter, James and John, were heavy with sleep, and when they were awakened, they saw the glory of their Lord tmnsfig- ured, and when the disciples heard the voice of God, they were sore afraid. Many times the question, "why the Transfiguration"? has been asked. As stated above, it was a manifestation of Christ's glory. Also, it served as a solemn inauguration of the passion and final consumma- tion of Christ's work on earth. There is no doubt but that it con- firmed the faith of the three dis- ciples. They were awakened by the ROOFING SALE FACTORY DIRECT #1 Painted Galvalume ' White, Tan, Clay , $39.95/sq. (1.26/ft.) 4 #1 Acrylic Coated Galvalume $31.95/sq. (1.01/ft.) #2 Painted Close-Out Colors $29.95/sq. (.95/ft.) #1 Painted Galvalume (Economy) $36.95/sq. (1.17/ft.) Excess Prime Colors $38.95/sq. (1.23/ft.) 8 ft. painted Remnants $6.00 each Factory Rejects $19.95/sq. Trims, Skylights, Insulation, Screws, Walk Doors, Windows, Sliding Track, Cupolas, Ventilators. Walk-ins Welcome Factory Cut to the Inch DAVCO STEEL DANVILLE, KENTUCKY 800-474-4321 Offer Expires 8-31-03 THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Postmaster: Send address changes to: Bath County News-Outlook (045260) P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 The Bath County News-Outlook is owned by Community Newspapers. Inc., P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360, and is published each Thursday at its offices on Water Street in Owings- ville, KY. Subscription rates are: $18.00 per year in Bath County; $22.00 per year in Kentucky; $28.50 per year else- where; all payable in advance. Periodi- cals postage paid at the Post Office at Owingsville, KY 40360 i The Transfiguration witnessing of the spectacle to such an extent, that they wanted to build three tabernacles; one for Christ, one for Moses, and one for Elias. The'Transfiguration furnished a striking proof of the unity of the Old Testament and the New Testament. Jesus is the connecting link between the old and the new, between Heaven and earth. It is significant, at the end, the disciples saw no man save Jesus only. Moses and Elias pass away from view; Christ, alone ofthethree, remains. Christ, the gospel, remains. He, alone, is the only one who can glorify our nature. Christ remained. He is all in all. Having been transfigured, Christ and his disciples came down from the mountain, and he charged them to tell no man what they had seen. The Transfigured Christ still trans- figures family life in all of the homes that truly open their doors to receive him. The Transfigured Christ is the same today as he was nineteen cen- turies ago. We can be transfig- ured by His presence in our hearts. What the disciples had seen on the Mount of Transfiguration, gave them something to hold on to in the days that lay ahead. They had heard God's voice acknowledging Jesus Christ as his Son. What does true worship mean to you? Does it mean that you have a strong conviction that God is pres- ent and that He is very real? I think that this is what gave meaning to the Transfiguration for Peter and James and John. God was there. In closing, let me give you this thought: Remember, the Transfigu- ration came when Jesus prayed. We, too, can find a similar experience in prayer. Can you remember a time when, after you had prayed, things seemed brighter, because you had been changed? College, Kentucky Highlands Investment Corporation and The Center for Rural Development. Expected to be online within 60 days. KEAN will use the latest te6hnology to provide internet- based delivery of both live serv- ices and on-demand access to a library and archive. "KEAN combines the Sirengths of each of the part- ners- expert knowledge, nation- ally recognized entrepreneur training and business develop- ment programs, and technologi- cal infrastructure and expert- ise--to provide a comprehen- sive support system vital to entrepreneurial success," said Lonnic Lawson., Executive Director of The Center for Rural Development, in announcing the program. "If's our goal not only to enhance Kentucky's small business start-up rate, but also to provide ongoing mentoring and support to existing small busi- nesses." "Small business is the engine of our nation's economy--and the heart of our communities," said Congressman Hal Rogers in welcoming conference atten- dees. "The services they pro- vide, the families they support, and the jobs they create are crit- ical to the long-term success and prosperity of this region." KEAN will use a two-server system--a collaboration server and a knowledge server, which will be housed and maintained at The Center. Access to all content on the knowledge server will be free, as will most of the collabo- ration server programs, though some special programs may be fee-based. The collaboration server will provide a variety of live, stream- ing media programs delivered across the Internet and across The Center's interactive video- conferencing CenterNet net- work-Services will include die following: E-Training: Live entrepre- neur training allowing interac- tion between instructors and par- ticipants. E-Conference; Live access to professional business confer- ences provided by die partners at scheduled times. E-Meeting: Consulting and counseling services to existing and start-up businesses through collaboration with the partners' KEA00,00 ........... business and technical pro- program announced grams. E-Chat/Forum: Chat rooms demand access to certain live programs delivered through the other server. Individuals will be able to use this component to review select topics from E- Training and E-Conference or take an entire training program on their own rime frame. Funded by the four founding partners, KEAN is open to addi- tional partners and content providers. Business assistance providers seeking more infor- mation about how to participate should contact Amy Acton at (606)677-6000 or aacton@cen- terteeh.om. KY Dept. for Local Govt. announces ADF grants Gov. Paul Patton announced today four projects in the Gateway Area Development District that will be financed with fiscal year 2003 Area Development Funds (ADF). Commissioner Jody Lassiter of the Department for Local Government approved the grants upon the recommenda- tion of the Gateway Area Development District. The ADF finances commu- nity and industrial development projects in each of Kentucky's 15 area development districts (ADD). Project applications are gen- erated from communities and recommended by each ADD's board of directors, with funding approval by the commissioner of the Department for Local Government. The projects arc as follows: Bath County Fiscal Court, $10,5(X)---ADF funds will pur- chase a tractor that will be used to maintain city and county parks. Bath County Fiscal Court, $10,(X)O---ADF funds will be used to purchase fire fighting equipment for the Bethel Fire Department. Bath County Fiscal Court, $2,813--ADF funds will reim- burse the county for the cost of sidewalk repairs. City of Frenchburg, $11,344.73--ADF funds will be used for improvements in the downtown area, including architect drawings, new flags, benches a!!d trash receptacles and welcome signs. Forest Service 6428 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. for informa- Happy Lynd00ay 1900zu! Love, Your Family tion on the status of ability, Come Spend a Spiritual with "God Sent" and the East Fork Church of God Saturday, August 9, Begins at 7pm. at the East Fork Church of Special Music - Sing-a-Long Refreshments to Follow Pastor Billy Harmon invites everyone to attend Country H Breakfast Buffet Style at Northside Church of "Accelerating" the success for specific topics of interest to boat ramps to be rday, Aug rate of existing and aspiring the business community and Satu ust Kentucky entrepreneurs is the scheduled discussion forums led closed for paving focus of the new Kentucky by the KEAN partners. Scott Creek and Alfrey boat 7 to 10 a.m. Entrepreneur Accelerator The knowledge server will Network (KEAN) announced today at the Building Better Businesses Conference held at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset. The statewide program is a partnership of the University of Kentucky,Southeast Community have a fully catalogued, search- able online business content library, including material such as business plans, case studies and Federal and state business forms. This server will also house a Knowledge Center that will capture and provide on- Homecoming at Hedrick's Community Church August 10, 2003 Special Singers: Solid Ground Speaker: Bro. Randall Jackson ramps will be closed temporari- ly on the following dates for paving: Scott Creek ramp will he closed August 11-15; Alfrey boat ramp will be closed August !8-22. Each project is expected to take 3-5 days and plans are to 'Country Ham, Sausage, Gravy, Biscuits & All you can Eaff have them open for use by the weekends. $5,00 Adults These dates arc subject to change and the public is 12 & under $2.00 advised to call the Morehead District Office at 1-606-784- U.S. GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2003 AT 10:00 A.M. AT 85 DENTON DRIVE - OWINGSVILLE, KY 40360 OF HOUSE AND LOT iii 'i? ;" 5i!  :: "   " :, :'.:'::':. 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"" ..:.: to be held at Sugar Grove Christian Church Community Center Building Saturday, August 9 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free Hot Dogs, Chips and Cokes Served This is a three bedroom house in need of repair. It consists of a living and 1 bath. This property is considered suitable for the Rural Development, Rural Housing would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental property or tbr resale after repairs. Payment of the 2003 property taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser. An Open House will be held on August 12, 2003 from 1:00 - 2:00 P.M. ****************************************************************** LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, August 21,2003, at 10:00 AM., at 85 Denton Dnve of $69,648.83, principal, plus interest in the amount of $7,458.99 as of January 30, 2003, from January 30, 2003, until the date of Judgement, plus interest on the Judgement amount, (principal plus interest to ttte ! at the rate of 1.27%, computed daily end compounded annually, until paid in full and for the costs of this action, pursuant! Order of Sale, being Civil Action No. 02-558 KSF on the Lexington Docket of the United States District Court for the Kentucky, entered on March 31,2003, in the case of United States of America vs. Dorothy I, Ramey and Ron Burton property will be sold to the highest and best bidder: Beginning at sat stake in the margin of a 30 foot street and comer with Lot No. 4; thence with Lot No. 4 a distance o! Eastward a distance of 70 feet to a set stake corner with Lot No. 6; thence Southward with margin of a 30 foot street; thence Westward with the margin of said street a distance of 70 feet to the 5 of the Mountain View Subdivision as same appears at record in the Office of the Clerk of the Bath County Coud 545, and/or Plat Book 1, Page 10. Being the same property conveyed by deed dated September 28, 2000 recorded in Deed Book 195, Page 251, Office. TERMS OF SALE: Ten percent (10%) of the bid price (in the form of a Certified Check made payable to the U. S. Marshal)' with good and sufficient bond for the balance, bearing interest at the rate of 127% per annum until and said bond having the effect of a Judgment. Upon a default by the Purchaser, the deposit shall be forfeited and Marshal as a part of the proceeds of the sale, and the property shall again be offered for sale subject to This sale shall be in bar and foreclosure of all fight, title, interest, estate claim, demand or equity of redemption parsons claiming by, through, under or against them, provided the purchase price is equal to two-thirds of the purchase price is not equal to two-thirds of the appraised value, the Deed shall contain lien in favor of the defendants the defendants to redeem during the period provided by law (KRS 426.530). Under law, the purchaser is deemed matters affecting the property of record in the local County Clerk's Offe. Inquiries should be directed to: BRUCE BARNES, Community Development Manager Rural Development Flemingsburg, KY 41041 Phone: 606-845-2851, Ext. 4 www.resales.usda.gov