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4 - August 29, 2013 Your Hometown 00r_..00,ewsv.ver News Outlook COMMUNITY CALENDAR BATH corner of US 60 and Exit nual Meeting, which will be munity Education and 24, and 25, 2013. The Ap- 123 of 1-64 in Owingsville. held at the Bath Co mailed to 24 W. Lexington MENIFEE COUNTY palachian Heritage Alli- During May and June it will Agriculture Education " Ave., Suite 220, Winchester, VETERAN'S CENTER ance will be hosting a Quilt be held every Thursday As part of a partnership Celebration in Hemlock night beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the Menifee Commu- Lodge in the private dining July through October it will nity Theatre Group, a Me- room from 10am till 4pro be open every Monday and nifee County Veteran's Cen- on Saturday August 24th. Thursday night at6:00 p.m. ter will be opening on the Everyone is welcomed and For more information con- top floor of the new Moun- encouraged to bring some tact the Bath County Exten- tain Memories Artisan Cen- of their quilts to display. If sion Office at 606-674-6121 ter (old City Hall) on June you need more information or the Auction Manager, 7th. This center will honor please call Janine at 725- Joe Girod at 606-336-0103. and pay tribute to the veter- 4860 or e-mail me back at ans of Menifee County. If arts@mrtc.com. We would you would like to loan or love to have a lot of quilts donate items to the center from the area displayed to please contact Loft Frank- showcase the beautiful Ap- lin at 768-8011. Items may palachian art of quilting. include uniforms, pictures, Also, David will be teach- awards, posters and other ing people how to play the memorabilia. Appalachian Dulcimer in Hemlock Lodge from 10am till lpm on Saturday August 24th. Stop by if you would like to learn to play a tune on the dulcimer. SEPTEMBER 7 Gilkerson/Gilkison Fam- ily Reunion Saturday, September 7, 2013 Legion Hall, on Legion Rd., Paris, KY 10am - 6pm (We will eat at 12:30pm) Please bring a covered dish for sharing, and soft drinks of your choice. Uten- sils, plates, napkins, lemon- ade and coffee will be fur- nished. Bring your family tree information and any- thing you'd like to display for others to enjoy! We are limited the mail- ing to one per family. We are asking you to please in- form your children, broth- ers, sisters, etal and bring them with you. We want to have another large, gather- ing again this year. It's al- ways a fun filled day, so join us you will be glad you did. This is a busy time for all of us, but since the re- union is only once a year it shouldn't be too hard to give up something / to come and have fun with member's of the family. Committee Members: Eddie Gilkison, Albert Gilkerson, Ruby Whitaker, Marvin Gilker- son, Joyce Dean and Delo- ris Brooks are looking for- ward to seeing all of you. RSVP: Call if you need additional information - 859-987-4744 - Deloris G. Brooks or 859-948-7064 - JoyceG. Dean BATH COUNTY FIS- CAL COURT holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10a. m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION holds its regular month- ly meeting on the fourth Monday 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. For the months of November and December, the regular meeting is held on the third Tuesday of the month. SHARPSBURG CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Mon- day of the month at Sharps- burg City Hall at 7 p. m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tues- day of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Depart- ment at 6 p.m. OrlNGSVILLE CITY COUNCIL holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Monday of the month at Owingsville City Hall at 7 p.m. OWINGSVILLE/BATH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at various locations at noon. THE BATH COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD holds its weekly meeting every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Owingsville. 2013 BATH COUNTY FARMERS MARKET The 2013 Bath County Farmer's Market is now open. This year's market is again located at the Bath County Agriculture Educa- tion and Marketing Center, located at the 123 exit of 1-64 and US 60 in Owingsville. The Market will be open every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 AM to sell out, until the end of the produce season. The mar- ket will again offer a wide array of fresh locally grown produce for customers to choose from. Many Market vendors will be accepting WIC and Senior Coupons. We hope that everyone will come and support our lo- cal farmers. The Market is again open to Bath and all surrounding counties. TAKING TIME WITH TACKETr Bath County School Su- perintendent Harvey Tack- ett will be making himself available on a monthly ba- sis to meet with the public on the following dates: -September 9, Sharps- burg Fire Dept., 7:30- 8:30pm -October 1, Salt Lick Fire Dept., 7-8 p.m. -November 23, Agricul- ture Center- Homemakers Bazaar, 9-11a.m. AUGUST 30 Annual Camp Out The House of Prayer 600 Whispering Oaks Morehead, KY 40351 August 30 - September 1 Bring your family and join us for clean fun, games, ' 'THE BATIt COUNTY and fellowship together. If :AMBUt=ANC-ESERV!C-E you plan on staying you will BOARD need to bring your camp- holds it regular month- ly meeting their second Thursday evening of the month at 6 p.m at the Am- bulance Service. on Row- land Ave. in Owingsville. THE BETHEL VOL- UNTEER FIRE DE- PARTMENT AUXIL- IARY meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00pm at the Bethel Volunteer Fire Department. Any inter- ested persons are invited to attend. PARK AND REC The Bath County Parks and Recreation Board holds its regular monthly meet- ings on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. at Owingsville City Hall, un- less advertised differently. STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY The Bath County Memo- rial Library has Story Time for toddlers on Tuesdays and for preschoolers on Fri- days, both at 10 a.m. PRESTON NEIGH- BORHOOD WATCH $500.00 reward for infor- mation leading to the ar- rest and conviction of any illegal activity in the areas of the Preston Neighbor- hood Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, DUI, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/neglect, animal abuse/neglect, thefts, littering, etc. Infor- mation will be kept con- fidential - contact Johnny Botts or Mike Ratliff. GOLF SCRAMBLE Thursday Night Golf Scramble Weekly at 6 p.m. Carrington Greens Golf Course Salt Lick, on the Bath/ Menifee County lane For more information, call (606) 768-2100 2013 BATH COUNTY PRODUCE AUCTION The Bath County Pro- duce Auction has begun its 2013 season. The Auction is located at the Bath County Agricultural Education and Marketing Center at the ing supplies. We will have a "fish fry" Saturday, August 31 beginning at 6pm. Dona- tions accepted. Friday night the youth plan on playing music in the gym. All youth are invited. No alcoholic beverages allowed! For more information call: 606-784-7023, leave a message if no answer. Pas- tor: Winston McChrg AUGUST 31 Salt Lick School Reunion Midland First Church of God Fellowship Hall 1 lam-social Hour 12pm-Pot Luck Meal Business meeting Cruise-In Benefit for Spe- cial Kids Camp Shorty's Quick Stop, U. S. 60, Midland Saturday, August 31, 5 to 9p.m. Music by High Rollers Sound Machine Mobile DJ Service Proceeds go to benefit Special Kids Camp SEPTEMBER 1 The annual reunion of the descendants of David and Cynthia Shrout will be held at'12:30pm, Sunday, Sep- tember 1, 2013, in the Fel- lowship Hall of the Moore's Ferry Church of Christ. SEPTEMBER 2 - 6 Homecoming Revival Tunnel Hill First Church of God Monday, Sept. 2 through Friday, Sept. 6 Evangelist, Bro. Andy Lands Services start at 7 p.m. Homecoming, Sunday, Sept. 8 Pastor sherman Sparks and Congregation invited everyone to attend SEPTEMBER 6 The Farm Bureau Vari- ety and Outstanding Youth Contest Applications may be picked up now in the front office. Applications must be returned to school or Bath Co Farm Bureau office no later than Septem- ber 6, 2013. All contestants will compete at our An- and Marketing Center on September 14, 2013, Win- ners from Bath co will receive $100.00 after participation at the district competition in Boyd Co at the Exten- sion office on October 7, 2013. All applicants must be a Bath Co Farm Bureau member or at least 50% of the group. If you have any questions please contact the Farm Bureau office at 606-674-6335 or Kaye buckler at 606-247-2083. SEPTEMBER 9TH ALZHEIMER'S SUP- PORT GROUP FOR CARE- GIVERS Join us for: "Alzheimer's Prevention and Recent Updates" Refreshments will be provided, at 6:30 p.tn. Bath County Memorial Library 2nd Floor. Everyone is invited to at-  tendl Inquiries or questions please call: Jan DeArmond (606) 674-6613. SEPTEMBER 14 Bath County Farm Bu- reau t Annual Meeting and Dinner Saturday, Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. at the Bath Co. Ag Ed- ucation Center SEPT. 27 - 28 15th Annual Cave Run Storytelling Festival Twin Knobs Recreation Area Friday, Sept. 27 and Sat- urday, Sept. 28 For more information, contact Morehead Tourism at 606-780-4342 or Toll Free at 855-270-8733 Visit the website, www. caverunstoryfest.com OCT. 5 2013 Relay for Life Bath County Saturday, Oct. 5, Owings- ville Lions Club Park Noon to midnight OCT. 12 Ridgeway Nursing & Re- habilitation is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Walk to end Alzheimer's at Ow- ingsville Elementary school on October 12th. Activities start at 4 pm and the walk will begin at 5:30 pm. There will be inflatables, food, raf- fles, live music & of course, the walk! They will also have 7 baskets that they will be raffling offi All proceeds go to the cure for Alzheim- er's disease. IF anyone is interested in purchasing tickets for the raffle they may call 606-674- 6613 for more information NOV. 16-JAN. 12, 2014. 8am - 4:30pm Cost is $270, which in- cludes $10 non-refundable registration fee. Additional costs include textbook, available at Bethany Book Room in Winchester and the state testing fee of $75, which will be collected to- ward the end of the session. Each session is 75 hours and includes classroom and clinical time. Instructor is Rhonda Gilmore, RN. Call 859-745-3946 for more information or email cora.heffner@clark. kyschools.us. Checks can be made payable to Corn- KY 40391. Registration is not complete until tuition payment is received in our office. Deadline for pay- ment is August 7, 2013. MENIFEE FRENCHBURG CITY COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thurs- day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Building. MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular month- ly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. MENIFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA- TION holds its regular monthly meeting on the third Thurs- day of the month at 6 p.m at the Menifee County High School gym. FREE ZUMBA CLASS- ES Classes will be every Tuesday and Friday at 4:30pm in the MCHS caf- eteria. Time is get started on your fall exercise rou- tine. Come and learn the dances from the beginning. You can also attend FREE classes at Botts Elementary School on Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30pm or at the Menifee Wellness Cen- ter on Tuesdays at 7:30 and Friday at 6:30. For more in- formation, call. 768-8011. 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Menifee County 4-H is in the process of organizing a 4-H Photography Club. The club is open to any youth be- tween the ages of 9-18 who have an interest in learning about the art of photogra- phy. Club members will the have the opportunity to develop their photography skills and.also be a part of many community service activities. Beginnirlg and advanced photographers are encouraged to attend! Marcy Mitchell, Owner of Naturevine Photography, along with several other adult volunteers are eager to make this club a suc- cess! For more information you can contact Marcy at naturevine@yahoo.com, or Courtney Jenkins, County Extension Agent for 4-H/ Agriculture at 606-768-3866. MENIFEE PATCH- WORK QUILTERS Each Monday from 11:00 until 3:00, Menifee Patch- work Quilters meet in the basement of the Presby- terian Church in French- burg. They use traditional methods as well as new techniques and tools for quilting. Join the group to make the Maple Leaf quilt or bring your own project to work on. Everyone is wel- come. See Menifee County Patchwork Quilters on Facebook. For more infor- mation call Ruth Bryant at 768-3810 or Shirley Miller at 768-3466 or 859-274-3212. MENIFEE COUNTY JOB CLUB The Menifee County Job Club will be held every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the Clark Energy Building. For more information con- tact the WIA Program at 768-3352. Bath County Senior Citizens Center Menu Monday, Sept. 2 Labor Day Tuesday, Sept. 3 BBQ riblet Mac/tomatoes Greens Margarine Cornbread Cinn. Apples Milk Wednesday, Sept. 4 Hamburger steak Mashed potatoes Green beans Wheat bread Margarine Pineapple chunks Milk Thursday, Sept. 5 Pinto beans Scal. Potatoes Broccoli Margarine Cornbread Pears Milk 2013 MENIFEE COUNTY FARMERS MARKET The Menifee County Farmers Market will begin its selling season on Fri- day, July 5th from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and also we will be selling fresh produce at the Farmers Market on Tuesdays starting on July 9th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Farmers Market building on Back Street in Frenchburg. The Tuesday selling date Will be on a trial basis to see how it goes, we may have to change it to another time. We are try- ing to give more people a chance to come out and get fresh produce. If you have any recommendations let us know when you come to the marketl If you have any questions please call the Extension Office at 768- 3866 or Charlene Small- wood at 768-3724. Hope to see you at the market. SEPTEMBER 1 THE KOREA SCHOOL REUNION WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, SEPTEM- BER 1, 2013 AT THE ME- NIFEE COUNTY PARK SHELTER #1. A COOK- OUT IS PLANNED. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT DAVID CRAIN AT 606-768-3776 OR 606- 359-1358. SEPT 12 To all City, County and State Retirees: There will be a meeting at the Flemingsburg bowling, any "Double S Entertain- ment", on the 2nd Thurs- day - Sept 12th at 11am to speak to retirees about their benefits, state repre- sentative Sannie Overly will be the guest speaker. All retirees are encour- aged to attend. Gateway Community Ac- tion Agency will be holding bi-monthly board meeting on Thursday, September 12, 2013. The meeting will be held in Frenchburg at the Menifee County Com- munity Building and will begin at 7pm. The public is invited to attend. AREA EVENTS AUGUST 24 Natural Bridge Artisan Festival There will be a celebra- tion of Appalachia's culture through art, crafts, music, and food at Natural Bridge State Park on August 23, SEPT 12 To all City, County and State Retirees: There will be a meeting at the Flemingsburg bowling, any"Double S Entertain- merif", on the 2nd Thurs- day - Sept 12th at llam to speak to retirees about their benefits, state repre- sentative Sannie Overly will be the guest speaker. All retirees are encour- aged to attend. NOV. 14- 16 North American Champi- onship Rodeo 7:30pm (es0 nightly in ll cum Hall, Louisville. Ticket prices Nov 14- $25 adult, $5 chil- dren (12 and under) Nov 15 - $30 adult, $10 children (12 and under) Nov 16- $32 adult, $10 children (12 and under) *Group discount for 15 or more available for Nov 14 & 15" Are you paying to much for your Medicare Supplements? Do you have questions about Medicare Part D? So aers Drug 102 South Broadwa  "Corner of Broadway -Market Street will be hosting IIMMIE E. GATES, INSURANCE AGENT Every first Wednesday of each month 9 a.m.-5p.m. to help answer your questions or meet with you for a personal interview (606)683-2104