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orts scene THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of August 7 - August 14, 2003 I I II 5 1st runners up u County 11 to 12-year-old All- rs 1st runners up in the Cal Ripkin urnament, played in Lee County; , left to right): Levi Everhart; Seth Taylor Staton; Daniel Wheeler; Ben , and Brad Stump; (back row): 00l%rk news Barbara Courtney and Ethel Crouch attended a dance on  W. C, ady  rs0 n spent Saturday  . and Mrs. Bryon !  Jacob spent w00ke.d d. elll. F School attendance was l:.Vhs. Bryan Anderson ;i:y ly, son, Jacob, a birth- _ .Ulay, for his first birth- - ll :ar attended were: Mr " ._ | les Anderson and '/" /k: Arlie Lee Anderson; ' zlk s loltaer and aunt. f0ary Routt spent the o A\\;'th the families of Sally _ coeo00 '" Keens, Tuesday, after three  With her mother, Mrs. erson is on the sick Mrs. Kenneth Routt ! end with Mr. and , fd |yaity. ;ili,k, • Jimmy Crouch and rn,..'" Ik"t°eth Crouch, of '¢'nial Buckler, Thursday.  to visit Mrs. Alene '€01la Goldy lost her good ,,a_ car hitting it. !![lk. "w and Rockie are _ts of a son, born 27. llews READ THE NEWS-OUTLOOK EVERY WEEK! yd., of Georgetown, Ilk"ed Gayle Crouch for " I cl forAugust 16, 3-6 Assistant Coach Larry Fryman;,Ethan Fryman; Matt Raleigh; Shandy Karrick; Scott Trusty; Mike Jones; and Head Coach Troy Hogge; (absent when the pic- ture was taken): Assistant Coach Rod Everhart and Tyler Hussey. Saturday night, in Mr. Sterling. J.W. Swartz is in the Mathers- Nursing Home at Carlisle. His fam- ily visits daily. Artie Williams continues to improve from her recent illness. The Country Boys will provide music at the Bethel Community Picnic. School will begin on August 13. Residents, be aware of the buses. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manley are enjoying a visit with grandson, Joseph. Mickey Manley, son of Larry Manley, is a bull rider in many rodeos. Many Bethel residents attended the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Shane Lewis at the Bethel Methodist Church. Oakley news By: Ina Martin Iona (Calvert) Henderson visit- ed Linda Gray, Sunday afternoon. Linda Gray and Earl Blevins, Cavanah, and Haley and Riley Warner, attended a Farm Bureau supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aitkin Buckler, Saturday night. Adam Hawkins, Jeff Fultz and Dennis Sparks spent Sunday after- noon with Paula Fultz. Rita, Katie and Coby Jamison visited relatives last week Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sorrell, Linda Gray and Earl Blevins, and Karen and Emily Hart attended a household shower Thursday night at the Slate Valley Church for Mr. Mrs. Estill Craig; also Patsy and Kylia Richards attended Slate Valley/ Emily called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hart and Ricky, Sunday evening. Several in the community attended the household shower for Mr. and Mrs. Estill Scott Craig, Thursday night, at the Slate Valley Christian Church basement. Mrs. Grace Vanlandingham and Mr. and Mrs. Omar Heath were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Whitton, Sunday.  Nathan Rice and friend Brandon, of Mebane, North Carolina, are spending a few days with Nathan's grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice. Mrs. Beulah Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ratliff and fami- ly, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice, Nathan and Brandon, Sunday night. Events in/around Bethel Heather Thompson spent a three-day weekend with her grandmother, Jo Richards, in Maysville. Linda Serafini, of Versailles, visited Billy and Virginia Ratliff. Tony, Heather and Andrew Thompson, Bette Boone and Boone Nichols, and Kenneth and Jean Rawlings, attended the wedding of Erin Thompson and Chris Neal, in Washington, Kentucky, Saturday, July 26. Virginia Ratliff visited Lorraine Dicken and a chat with Ms. Opal Hickey. Sonny and Wanda Thomp- son were supper guests of Tony, Sandy, Heather and Andrew Thompson, Tuesday night. Also visiting was Stephanie Jones. Sandy Thompson, and Sonny iiiiiiiiiiiskaip!iiii!!iii!ii!iiii !;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!i!iii!i!i!iiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiii!i are vacationing at Myrtle Beach. Gary and Debbie Sorrell entertained Saturday night with a cookout. Sandy Thompson was host- FARM BUREAU INSURANCE and Wanda Thompson were in ess to the Hickey Reunion in William D. Ellington, Wyoming news Flemingsburg, Monday. Bob Bethel, Sunday. Agency Manager  IlCeh=ck-€, / Urch has been a visitor Mary Cassidy Arnold, of Derek EUington, Agent ff IF= ¢h. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Vice Rushing, and Amy and Caleb, of "8aUnders has been avis- called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winchester, visited Sandy Cynthiana, aunt of Kash and Owingsville, Ky ,--] II.= A. Hart, Monday evening. Thompson that evening. Carl Shields, passed away over Phone- 606-674-6335 m'wn,r "VYRaz°randfamily. Michelle Williams spent Sharon Grider, of Ohio the weekend. lbavis and children, of Tuesday night and Wednesday County, has accepted a position Tuggie Shields is home l Chase.''have been visitors of night with Tessa Hart. at the Bethel Elementary School ]d°ing fine. She had manyovisi-/p I I Megan Goldy spent Wednes- teaching pre-school, tors over the weekend, ease chec :eh d Carolin Crouch day and Wednesday night with J.W. Swartz was moved from "?ll!" I " j]l .1 h with friends Sunday Tessa Hart. a Lexington hospital to the nurs- 011111 }11 II I-'- -- --J-o'hD-ooe-- ......... --] [ '¢fflllate Park. Tony, Tena and Tessa Hart ing home in Carlisle. Dorothy iilhasbeenathought_ attended the fair in Mt. Sterling, RobertsonandlreneThornsburg [ [}ll0[V, IIle¢olk,g [I [ Renew February1991 [ [ [i "r, delivering delicious Friday and Saturday night, visited J.W., Sunday. they visit- 1 114 North Blank St. [ Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hart ed George Bowles and Helen :,l Of B[Ii C01111b/01' Ill0r0 ] I -' Mrs. Tom Bradley, were supper guests of Mr. and Keller also. " L ...... '"_2- .... _ _ __1 I Mrs. John Bradley and family, Shane Lewis and Tracy Hall ] 1111 |00,/can.It me [ • ] y Crouch, have Saturday night, were united in marriage at the It tells you when to renew your subscription so a camping trip to andMr'Tessaand MrS.HartCharleSattendedA. Hartthe leftBethelforMeth°distpigeon Church.Forge, Tenn-They [D0 d0ill $011101i11 I'ih. [ you will not miss a single issue of this newspaper. has been an Henderson and Bailey Reunion eseee, and were planning a trip " Mr. and Mrs. at the Pavilion, in Owingsville, to Myrtle Beach as well. and Ragan, of Sunday afternoon. Margo Thornsburg and =,ue00a00 I I'64atExit123Ky Pa!00 Turn northon 0wingsville, u.s. 60 1/8 mile www.bluegrassracewaypark.com EDWARD B. HATCHETT, JR. A U D I'1" O R O F' P U B L I C A CCO U N T  To the People of Kcntucky Honorable Paul E. Patton, Govm'nor Gordon C. Duke, Secretary Finance and Administration Cabinet Dana Mayom Secretary, Revenue Cabinet Honorable Ray Bailey, Former Bath County Judge/Executive I Ionorable Walter Shrout, Bath County Judge/Executive Members of the Bath County Fiscal Court independenl Auditor'Ll/ We have audited the accompanying statement of assets, liabilities, and equity arising fi-om cash transactions of Bath Coumy, Kentucky as of June 30, 2002, and the related statement of cash receipts, cash disbursements, and changes in cash balances for the year then ended. "lese financial state, heals are the responsibility of the Rath County Fiscal Courl. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statemems based on our audit. Wc conducted our audil in accordance with auditing standards gcncrally acceplcd in the United Stales of An-riea, Ihe andards applicable to financial audits contained in Crovcmment Auditing issued by the Comptroller General o1" the United States, and the Audit Guide for Fisea l Courl /udits is,sued by the Auditor of Public Accounts, Commonwealth of Kentucky. Those standards require thai we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audil includes examining, on a tern basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes asse&ing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by managemenl, as well as evalualing the overall financial statelnenl presentution. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion: As described in Noe 1, Bath County, Kenlueky, prepares ils tinanciat statements on a prescribed basis of accounting Ihal dmonstrates compliance with the modified cash basis and laws of Kentucky, which is a comprehensive basis of accounting other than accounting principles generally accepted in the OtlillyZl Slates of America, In our opinion, tim financial statements referred Io above present fairly, in all material respects, the assets, liabilities, and equity arising primarily from cash transactions of Bath County, Kentucky, as of June 30, 2002. and the revenues received and expenditures paid for the year the ded, in conformity with the modified cash basis of aeeotmting.