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Your Hometown Newspaper September 05, 2013 - 5 News Outlook To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come: Whereas, each day, in Bath, County, as in com- munities throughout this nafi0 f, women and men be- gin h jburney on path toward recov- ery, alcoholism and drug addiction; and Whereas, each day brin new opportunities for tSersonal growth, re- k'and transformation to mi'llions of iAmericans who have chosen a path toward re- covery from addiction to drugs 'Or alcohol; and Whereas, preventing and overcoming alcohol and drug addiction is essential to achieving healthy ; ,.,.,,,,lifestyles both.physically -"alld , ibti nally; aftd ..... Wh 6fiS, prevention of alcoli Ji and drug addiction work treatment is effec- tive, and people recover in our c0t[4aty and around the nati ; dnd W!)r ereas, we must en- courage relatives and friend, of people with alco- holism and drug addiction to implement preventive measures, recognize the signs of a problem, and guide those in need to appropriate treat- ment and recovery support ser- vice and Whi reas, to help more peop!e achieve and sustain longr tei m recovery, the U.S. Department of Health and: Human Services (HHS), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Ad- ministration (SAMHSA), the White House office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and Bath County government invite On Sunday August 25, Peoples Bank made a Donation WIMV 89.3 Radio Station. WIMV is a non-profit, non-commercial Chris- tian Radio Station op- erated by Dennis Car- men which is based in Owingsville, KY. Tony Kinder of Peo- ples Bank is shown presenting a check to Dennis and his wife Janet. Also pictured is Lowell Rice, Pas- tor of the Owingsville Church of God. all residents of Bath County to participate in National Recovery Month; and Now, Therefore, I, Mayor Dorothy Clemons, Mayer Brad Frizzell, Mayor Gary Hunt, and Judge-Executive Lowell Jamison, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the laws of Bath County, Kentucky, do hereby proclaim the month of September 2013 as NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH In Bath County and call upon the people of Bath County to observe this month with appropriate Photo by Cecil Lawson Members of the Salt Lick City Council were among the first in the county to sign a proclamation declaring Sep- tember as National Recovery Month. National Recovery Month is now in its 24th year and is being promoted locally by Unified Ministries, which sponsors a number programs, activities, and of addiction recovery resources in the county. Recov- ceremonies to support this ery Month aims to educate the public about addiction year's Recovery Month. and mental health treatment and resources. Standing, .~,, ~.~ .~,~:::. .- , . from left, ,Salt Lick City Council members Bill Unchester,, Wa~ter Poweli, and Martha Jean Gulley; sitting, Salt Lick ......... Mayor Brad~ Frizzell. In Memory of Willie Jo Jones June 12, 1962 - September 10, 2012 There's Peace Calm in the 23rd Psalm By Helen Steiner Can So when your heart is troubled, youql find quiet, peace and calm If you open up the Bible and just read this treasured Psalm. Love always, Morn, Rodney, Robbie, Alvin, and Family With THE LORD as '`your SHEPHERD" you have all that you need. For, if you "FOLLOW IN HIS FOOTSTEPS" wherever HE may lead, HE will guard and guide and keep you in HIS loving, watchful care And, when traveling in "dark valleys," "YOUR SHEP- HERD" will be there... HIS goodness is unfail- ing, HIS kindness knows no end, For THE LORD is a "GOOD SHEPHERD" on whom who BATH COUNTY * Sunday, 6 p.m. Cel- ebrate Recovery, Owings- ville Methodist Church, 75 Main St. * Monday, 7 p.m. Narcot- ic Anonymous - Never Say Never Group, Owingsville Methodist Church, Darnell Bldg., 75 West Main St. * Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Mov- ers, Salt Lick Free Will Bap- tist Church, 104 Maple St. * Wednesday, 6 p.m. Liv- ing Free, New Life Fellow- ship, 907 Forge Hill Rd., Peasticks * Thursday, 6 p.m. Nar- cotic Anonymous - Never Say Never Group, Owings- ville Methodist Church, Darnell Bldg., 75 West Main St. " 7:30 p.m. Movers Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church, 104 Maple St. *Saturday, Noon, Narcot- ic Anonymous - Never Say Never Group, OwingsviUe Methodist Church, Darnell Bldg., 75 West Main St. * Friday, 6 p.m. Narcotic Anonymous - Never Say Never Group, Owingsville Methodist Church, Darnell Bldg., 75 West Main St. " 4:30 p.m. Al-Anon (for the families of addicts/ alcoholics) - Acts Caf~ Group, Acts 2 Caf6, 67 West Main St, Owingsville " 6 p.m. Alcoholic Anonymous, Owingsville Methodist Church, 75 Main St. MENIFEE COUNTY * Monday, 7 p.m. Cel- ebrate Recovery, Botts Christian Church, 1756 Art- ville Rd, Wellington * Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Celebrate Recovery (cost is $2), Dr. Kassis' Office at Menifee Co. Medical Cen- ter, 784 Hwy. 36, French- burg .......... " 6:45 p.m. Alco- holic Anonymous, Menifee Co. Wellness Center, Hwy. 36, Frenchburg * Celebrate Recovery, Gateway Christian Center, 801 Winchester Road, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353. Contact Number: (859) 498-3876 * Alcoholics Anonymous, Eleven Eleven Group, Morehead Inspiration Cen- ter Community Room, 1111 US 60 West, Morehead, KY 40351, Open meeting. Mon- days and Wednesday, 6 p.m. * Alcoholics Anonymous, Morehead Into Action Group, Episcopal Church, 145 E Fifth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Monday through Friday, 8 p.m. * Narcotics Anonymous, Staying Clean Just for To- day, Episcopal Church, 145 E Fifth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Tuesdays and Thurs- day, 8 p.m. *Morehead Al-Anon, Cathedral of Praise/Liv- ing Word Church, 905 Clearfield St., Morehead, Monday 6 p.m. * Restored Hope (A1- Anon) Mt. Sterling, Ascen- sion Episcopal Church, 48 High St., Tuesday, 7 p.m. * Hope and Heal (A1- Anon) West Liberty, Com- munity Center, 450 Pres- tonsburg St.. Wednesday,7 p.m. * Liberty Ceflter Group (A1-Anon) Mt. Sterling, Lib- erty Center, 205 E. Main St., Saturday, 10 a.m. Acts 2 Caf6/Unified Min- istries 859-274-6664, www. unifiedministries.com AA Intergroup 1-800-467- 8019, www.area26.net NA Helpline 1-888-987- 7700, www.na.org For a comprhensive list- ing of area meetings g01 to : unifi e dfnirlisffi g" r And We'll $ O Be There For You! Lowest Rates in the State of Kentucky/ CALL HERIT INSURANCE I I II me.corn Member FDIC