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4 - September 05, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook The 2013 Bath County Gilkison, Albert Gilkerson, disease. IF anyone is inter- MENIFEE PATCH- Farmer's Market is now open. Ruby Whitaker, Marvin Gilk- ested in WORK QUILTERS This year's market is again erson, Joyce Dean and Delo- purchasing tickets for the Each Monday from 11:00 BATH COUNTY FISCAL located at the Bath County ris Brooks are looking for- raffle they may call 606-674- until 3:00, Menifee Patchwork COURT Agriculture Education and ward to seeing all of you. 6613 for more Quilters meet in the basement holds its regular monthly Marketing Center, located at RSVP: Call if you need addi- information of the Presbyterian Church in meeting on the second Thurs- the 123 exit of 1-64 and US 60 tional information - 859-987- Frenchburg. They use tradi- day of the month at the Court in Owingsville. The Market 4744 - Deloris G. Brooks or NOV 14 - 16 tional methods as well as new House Annex at 10 a.m. will be open every Tuesday, 859-948-7064- Joyce G. Dean North American Champi- techniques and tools for quilt- Friday and Saturday from onshipRodeo ing. BATH COUNTY BOARD 8:00 AM to sell out, until the SEPTEMBER 9T 7:30pm (est)nightly in Join the group to make the OF EDUCATION end of the produce season. ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT Freedom Hall Maple Leaf quilt or bring your holds its regular monthly The market will again offer GROUP FOR CAREGIVERS Ticket prices own project to work on. Ev- meeting on the fourth Mon- a wide array of fresh locally Join us for: Nov 14 - $25 adult, $5 chil- eryone is welcome. See Me- day of the month at the Board grown produce for customers "Alzheimer's Preventiondren (12 and under) nifee County Patchwork Quil- Office Annex at 7 p.m. Work- to choose from. Many Mar- and Recent Updates" Nov 15 - $30 adult, $10 chll- ters on Facebook. For more ing session starts at 5:30 a.m. ket vendors will be accepting Refreshments will be dren (12 and under) information call Ruth Bryant at the Board Office confer- WIC and Senior Coupons. We provided, at 6:30 p.m. Bath Nov 16 - $32 adult, $10 chil- at 768-3810 or Shirley Miller ence room. For the months hope that everyone will come County Memorial Library 2nd dren (12 and under) at 768-3466 or 859-274-3212. of November and December, and support our local farm- Floor. *Group discount for 15 or the regular meeting is held ers. The Market is again open Everyone is invited to at- more available for Nov 14 & MENIFEE COUNTY on the third Tuesday of the to Bath and all surrounding tend! 15" JOB CLUB month, counties. Inquiries or questions The Menifee County Job please call: NOV. 16 - JAN. 12, Club will be held everyThurs- SHARPSBURG CITY TAKING TIME WITH Jan DeArmond 2014. 8am - 4:30pm day at 10:00 a.m. at the Clark COUNCIL TACKETr (606)67443613. Cost is $270, which in-Energy Building. For more holds its regular monthly Bath County School Super- chdes $10 non-refundable information contact the WIA meeting on the first Monday intendent Harvey Tackett will registration fee. Additional Program at 768-3352. of the month at Sharpsburg be making himself costs include textbook, avail- City Hall at 7 p.m. available on a monthly ba- able at Bethany Book Room sis to meet with the public on in Winchester and the state SALT LICK CITY COUN- the following dates: testing fee of $75, which will CIL -September 9, Sharpsburg be collected toward the end of holds its regular monthly Fire Dept., 7:30-8:30pm the session. Each session is 75 meeting on the first Tuesday -October 1, Salt Lick Fire hours and includes classroom of the month at the Salt Lick Dept., 7-8 p.m. and clinical time. Instructor is Volunteer Fire Department at -November 23, Agriculture Rhonda Gilmore, RN. 6 p.m. Center- Homemakers Bazaar, Call 859-745-3946 for more 9-11a.m. information or email cora. OWINGSVILLE CITY COUNCIL 2013 BATH COUNTY holds its regular monthly VOLUNTEER COMMU- meeting on the second Mon- NITY SERVICE AWARD day of the month at Owings-NOMINATIONS ville City Hall at 7 p.m. Nominate someone deserv- ing today! OWINGSVILLE/BATH Individual must not be paid COUNTY CHAMBER OF for their community service COMMERCE work. holds its regular monthly Nominations forms are meeting on the second Tues- available at Owingsville busi- day of the month at various nesses and can be turned in locations at noon. to committee members Nan- cy Purvis, Dorothy Clemons, THE BATH COUNTY Virgie Crouch, Roger Horse- RESCUE SQUAD man, Kelly Wilson, Chuck holds its weekly meeting Kesler, Anthony Anderson, every Wednesday night at or Bobby Richards. They 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad can also be mailed to James building on U. S 60 East, Ow- P. Rawlings, 814 Ridge Road, ingsville. Owingsville, KY 40360 Nominations due by Sept. THE BATH COUNTY 30, 2013. AMBUIANCE SERVICE Award to be announced in BOARD October holds it regular monthly meeting their second Thurs- day evening of the month at 6 p.m at the Ambulance Service on Rowland Ave. in Owings- God ville .... Monday, Sept, 2 through Friday, Sept. 6 THE BETHEL VOLUN- Evangelist, Bro. Andy TEER FIRE DEPART- Lands MENT AUXILIARY Services start at 7 p.m. meets the 4th Thursday of Homecoming, Sunday, every month at 7:00pm at the Sept. 8 Bethel Volunteer Fire Depart- Pastor Sherman Sparks ment. Any interested persons and Congregation invited ev- are invited to attend. eryone to attend heffner@clark.kyschools.us. Checks can be made payable to Community Education and mailed to 24 W. Lexington Ave., Suite 220, Winchester, KY 40391. Registration is not complete until tuition pay- ment is received in our office. Deadline for payment is Au- gust 7, 2013. SEPTEMBER 2 - 6 Homecoming Revival Tunnel Hill First Church Of PARK AND REC SEPTEMBER 6 The Bath County Parks The Farm Bureau Variety and Recreation Board holds and Outstanding Youth Con- its regular monthly meetings test on the 4th Wednesday of the Applications may be picked month at 6 p.m. at Owings- up now in the front office. Ap- ville City Hall, unless adver- pllcations must tised differently, be returned to school or Bath Co Farm Bureau of_ STORY TIME AT THE rice no later than September LIBRARY 6, 2013. All contestants The Bath County Memorial will compete at our Annual Library has Story Time for Meeting, which will be held at toddlers on Tuesdays and for the Bath Co preschoolers on Fridays, both Agriculture Education and at 10 a.m. Marketing Center on Septem- ber 14, 2013. Winners NEIGHBOR- from Bath co will receive HOOD WATCH $100.00 after participation at $500.00 reward for informa- the district tion leading to the arrest and competition conviction of any illegal activ- in Boyd Co at the Extension ity in the areas of the Preston office on October 7, 2013. All Neighborhood Watch Group. applicants This includes, but not limited must be a to, DUI, drug dealing, drug Bath Co Farm Bureau use, child abuse/neglect, member or at least 50% of the animal abuse/neglect, thefts, group. If you have any littering, etc. Information will questions please contact be kept confidential- contact the Farm Bureau office at Johnny Botts or Mike Ratliff. 606-674-6335 or Kaye buckler at 606-247-2083. GOLF SCRAMBLE Thursday Night Golf Scramble Weekly at 6 p.m. Carrington Greens Golf Course Salt Lick, on the Bath/Me- nifee County Line For more information, call (606) 768-2100 2013 BATH COUNTY PRODUCE AUCTION The Bath County Produce Auction has begun its 2013 season. The Auction is lo- cated at the Bath County Ag- ricultural Education and Mar- keting Center at the corner of US 60 and Exit 123 of 1-64 in Owingsville. During May and June it will be held every Thursday night beginning at 6:00 p.m. July through Octo- ber it will be open every Mon- day and Thursday night at 6:00 p.m. For more informa- tion contact the Bath County Extension Office at 606-674- 6121 or the Auction Manager, Joe Girod at 606-336-0103. 2013 BATH COUNTY FARMERS MARKET SEPTEMBER 14 Bath County Farm Bureau t Annual Meeting and Dinner Saturday, Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. at the Bath Co. A_g Education Center National Public lands Day 2013 Cave Run Lake Outdoor Fair Saturday, September 14, 2013 from 9:00am - 2:00pm The event will take place at the "Spillway" in the Tallwa- ter Recreation Area off of Ky Hwy. 826 at Cave Run Lake dam. Come out to Public lands Day at Cave Run Lake for a FREE day of fun. This day is all about the general pub- lic enjoying the lands that belong to them. The day's events include a scavenger hunt, maze, shooting sports, bouncy house, fishing, ob- stacle course, face painting, wildlife viewing, and several other adult and kid games. There will also be free lunch, door prizes, and gift bags for children. This is an event that focuses on enjoying the out- doors, appreciating the envi- ronment, and staying active. For more information, Park Ranger Kris Bicker, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 606-784-9709 or kristopher.d.bieker@us- ace.army.mil SEPTEMBER 7 Gilkerson/Gilkison Family 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. Utensils, plates, napkins, lemonade and coffee will be furnished. Bring your family tree information and anything you'd like to display for others to enjoy! We are limited the mailing to one per family. We are ask- ing you to please inform your children, brothers, sisters, et al and bring them with you. We want to have another large gathering again this year. It's always 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 reunion is only once a year it shouldn't be too hard to give up some- thing to come and have fun with members of the family. Committee Members: Eddie MENIFEE COUNTY VZI RAN'S CENTER As part of a partnership with the Menifee Community Theatre Group, a Menifee County Veteran's Center will be opening on the top floor of the new Mountain Memories Artisan Center (old City Hall) on June 7th. This center will honor and pay tribute to the veterans of Menifee County. If you would like to loan or donate items to the center please contact Lori Frank- lin at 768-8011. Items may include uniforms, pictures, awards, posters and other memorabilia. 2013 MENIFEE COUN- TY FARMERS MARKET The Menifee County Farm- FRENCHBURG CITY ers Market will begin its sell- COMMISSION ing season on Friday, July 5th holds its regular monthly from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and also meeting on the flrst Thursday we will be selling fresh pro- of the month at 6:30 p.m. at duce at the Farmers Market the Clark Energy Building. on Tuesdays starting on July 9th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. MENIFEE COUNTY at the Farmers Market build- FISCAL COURT hag on Back Street in French- holds its regular monthly burg. The Tuesday selling meeting on the second Tues- date will be on a trial basis to day of the month at 7 p.m. at see how it goes, we may have the Court House. to change it to another time. We are trying to give more MENIFEE COUNTY people a chance to come out BOARD OF EDUCATION and get fresh produce. If you holds its regular monthly have any recommendations meeting on the thii-d Thai:s- let us know when you come to SEPT. 21 - OCT. 31 day of the month at 6 p:mat the market. If you have any The Ole' Cornfield the Menifee County Highquestions please call the Ex- 922 Cave Run Lake Rd., Salt School gym. tension Office at 768-3866 or Lick, Ky Charlene Smallwood at 768- * 2013 Family Season FREE ZUMBA CLASSES 3724, Hope to see you at the Sept. 21 - Oct. 31 Classes will be every Tues- market. Open Saturdays 10- 6, Sun- day and Friday at 4:30pm in days 12 -4 the MCHS cafeteria. Time 11 acres of maze, hay rides, is get started on your fall ex- concessions, greasy pig pin, ercise routine. Come and petting zoo, and tie dye sta- learn the dances from the be- tion ginning. You can also attend *Haunted Corn Maze FREE classes at Botts Ele- Open from dark to Mid- mentary School on Mondays night and Thursdays at 5:30pm or at Oct. 18, 19, 25, 26, 30, 31, the Menifee Wellness Center and Nov. 1, 2 on Tuesdays at 7:30 and Fri- * Trick orTreat day at 6:30. For more infor- Oct. 26, 6 p.m. to duskmarion, call 768-8011. For more information, check out the website at 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY SEPT21 www.theolecornfield.com or CLUB call 606-356-5605 Menifee County 4-H is in Menifee School Alumni 50 the process of organizing a Year Reunion OCT. 5 4-H Photography Club. The Sept. 21,12 to 3 p.m., at the 2013 Relay for Life Bath club is open to any youth be- Menifee County High School County tween the ages "of 9-18 who cafeteria Saturday, Oct. 5, Owings- have an interest in learning Bring a covered dish and ville Lions Club Park about the art of photography, drinks Noon to midnight Club members will the have the opportunity to develop Living Archaeology Week- OCT. 12 their photography skills and end Ridgeway Nursing & Re- also be a part of many com- Saturday, September 21st habilitation is sponsoring the munity service activities. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2nd Annual Walk to Beginning and advanced pho- The past comes to life with end Alzhehnefs at Owings- tographers are encouraged this unique event in the heart ville Elementary school on to attend! Marcy Mitchell, of the Red River Gorge. Dem- October 12th. Owner of Naturevine Photog- onstrators from around the re- Activities start at 4 pm and raphy, along with several oth- ion show visitors how to flint the walk will begin at 5:30 pm. er adult volunteers are eager There will to make this club a success! be inflatables, food, raffles, For more information you can live music & of course, the contact Marcy at naturevine@ walk! They yahoo.com, or Courtney Jen- will also have 7 baskets that kins, County Extension Agent they will be raffling oft All for 4-H/Agriculture at 606- proceeds go 768-3866. to the cure for Alzheimer's Bath County Senior Citizens Center Menu Monday, Sept. 9 Wednesday, Sept. 11 Beef tips Hamburger on bun Noodles Potato salad Harvard beets Lett/tomato Wheat bread Wheat bun Margarine Lime gelatin Apricots Mustard/mayo Milk Bun Milk Thursday, Sept. 12 Roast beef/gravy Au gratin potatoes Buttered peas Wheat roll Mandarin oranges Margarine Milk Tuesday, Sept. 10 Turkey/gravy Mashed potatoes Buttered corn Yeast roll Margarine Fruit cocktail cake Milk knap, tan hides, throw spears with an atlatl, make blowgun darts, fire pottery, and many other skills from prehistoric and historic times. Gladie Center, located along the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway on KY 715 in Menifee County. For more information, call 606-663-8100 SEPTEMBER 7 Gilkerson/Gilkison Family 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. Utensils, plates, napkins, lemonade and coffee will be furnished. Bring your family tree information and anything you'd like to display for others to enjoy! We are limited the mailing to one per family. We are ask- ing you to please inform ,your children, brothers, sters, et al and bring them with you. We want to have another large gathering again this year. It's always a fun filled day, so join us you will be glad you did. This is a busy me for all of us, but since the reunion is only once a year it shouldn't be too hard to give up some- thing to come and have fun with members of the family. Committee Members: Eddie Gilkison, Albert Gilkerson, Ruby Whitaker, Marvin Gilk- erson, Joyce Dean and Delo- ris Brooks are look for- ward to seeing all of you. RSVP: Call if you need addi- tional information -- 859-987- 4744 - Deloris G. Brobks or 859-948-7064 - JoyceG. Dean 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 Thursday -Sept 12th at llam, : speak to retirees about ben- efits, state representative San- nie Overly will be guest speaker. All retirees are eneturaged to attend. '," SEPT. 27 SEPT 12 15th Annual Caxe;R An Sto- rytelling Festival Twin Knobs e6reation Gateway Community Ac- fion Agency will be holding Area bi-monthly board meeting Friday, Sept. 27 'afi {Satur- on Thursday, September 12, day, Sept. 28 2013. The meeting will be For more informafigm con- held in Frenchburg at the tact Morehead Tou m at 606-780-4342 or Toll Free at Menifee County Community Building and will begin at 855-270-8733 . ...... 7pm. The public is invited to Visit the webslte, www. attend, caverunstoryfest.com NOV. 14- 16 North American Champi- onship Rodeo 7:30pm (est) nightly in Freedom Hall, Louisville, Ticket prices Nov 14- $25 adult, $5 chil- dren (12 and under) Nov 15 - $30 adult, $10 chil- dren (12 and under) Nov 16 - $32 adult, $i0 chil- dren (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? Sopers Drug 102 South Broadway Corner of Broadway 8/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