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12 -August 29, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COMMUNITY Paul Timmy Wood Memorial Bike R,.ally A memorial bike ride Contact Mike Ratliff re- would have had to live will be held this Saturday, August 31, 2013, in loving memory of Paul Timmy Wood and other families who have lost loved ones as a result of drug addic- tion. The ride will begin at 9 a.m. at the Preston First Church of God and will last approximately three hours, with lunch served after the ride. A donation of $20 per bike is requested, with all bikes welcome. All other donations are appreci- ated. All proceeds will go to benefit the Preston Neighborhood Watch. garding donations, 859- 585-2380. Donations of food, pa- per products, drinks, etc., are also appreciated. Michelle Wood said: "Pain pills prescribed for legitimate reasons, Pain pills prescribed for illegitimate reasons, Pain pills period are poi- son (unless used with cau- tion and as necessary), And poison kills. My husband's doctor once told him, 'Wou don't die from pain but an ad- diction can kill you." My husband had much physical pain that he with his whole life, but the mental pain he suffered knowing he had gotten addicted was what took him from us. He always said he could handle the physical pain over mental pain any day. For him and many others, it was a lose- lose situation. It doesn't have to be. Please don't do drugs and help us to fight them with a Memo- rial Bike Rally in Memory of him." For more information, contact Dewayne Knotts, (219) 369-3017 or Mi- chelle Wood, (606) 210- 1055. Main Street Dell in Sharpsburg opens, for hungry customers By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com A new family-run busi- ness is now ready to serve Sharpsburg for its dining needs. The Main Street Dell, located in the former Rob- erts' Grocery building next to the Post Office, opened its doors three weeks ago. Owner Deanna Mason said that they are offering sub sandwiches and ham- burgers, fish on Fridays, homemade pies and cakes, and breakfast all day long. 'qCe're trying to see what people in the county want," Mason said. Mason and her fam- ily, who hail from Virginia, have been coming to area since 1995, said that her father is from the Sharps- burg area. She said that the fast-paced life and ur- ban sprawl of living just outside of Washington, D. C. led them to move to Kentucky. "Fhis area is more like the part of Virginia where I grew up," she said. Service is also impor- tant. Mason said that the Main Street Dell will deliv- er food to local businesses around Sharpsburg during operating hours. The res- taurant also features free wi-fi for internet service. She is also working with lo- cal produce farmers to use some of their vegetables in order to keep the food local and fresh. "You can't go wrong with fresh food," Deanna said. They are also thinking of having a study group and tutoring after school hours as well as staring a book club. Her daughter -in-law, Ni- cole, said that she likes the area. "It's very laid back. Everybody knows every- body. I'm trying to get my whole family to move here," she said. Deanna's husband, Bry- an also operates Mason's Service Center, just down the street in Sharpsburg. She said that he is an ASE certified mechanic with thirty years of experience, and that tle local response to his business has been very good. They look forward to serving the community. "We hope to work with ev- erybody and enrich every- body," said Nicole. The Main Street Dell is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can contact them at 606-274-2000. Photo by Cecil Lawson Deanna Mason, right, holding her granddaughter Haley, and her daughter-in-law Ni- cole, invite everyone to try out the Main Street Dell, located in the former Roberts' Grocery building on Main Street in Sharpsburg. They are open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m to 8 p.m. Submitted by' Mark Crouch Members of the Wildcat Archery Club got to enjoy a free day on the range courtesy of the Montgomery County Fish and Game Club on Saturday. The club provided opportunities for the kids to learn to safely shoot all typos of firearms and bows as well a free lunch. Local Fish and Wildlife officials were also on hand to answer questions about the outdoors and hunting. Youth Extravaganza Bring your kids out September 21st at 1 p,m. to Farmer's Christian Church for our annual "Youth Extravaganza." We will have an awesome worship concert led by a local group known as "Without Form." We will also have an inspirational message based on our theme "A Call to Serve" delivered by Brian Baldwin of Kentucky Christian University. We will also have various set-ups outside for kids to interact with people who their community every day, from the Rowan Co. Sheriff's Dept. Morehead Fire Dept., Farmers Fire Dept., Salt Lick Fire Dept., National Guard, the Rowan County Ambulance Service, and more. Wewill also be serving food after the service. Bring out your kids and your support! "For even the Son of Man came notto be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many," Mark 10:45 Otis Reunion Saturday, Sept. 7, 12 to 3 p.m. at the Bath County Ag Center Bring a covered dish and drink of your choice Covering 5 counties: Nicholas, Robertson, Fleming, Bath and Menifee Only with the KYNewsGroup