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14 - September 6, 2018 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook BATH COUNTY AUXILIARY MEET- Revelation series at the more information 606- 1st Wednesday, 5 - 6 INGS Mudlick 1st Church 768-4109 p.m 2nd Wednesday, Meetings will be heldof God on September 12-1 p.m. Refresh- on the first Sunday of 24=30th at 7PM nightly ments, Children Activi- the month at the Postwith speaker, Richard ties Provided. You are on Kendall Springs Rd. Bradley. not alone at 3:00PM. BATH COUNTY PRODUCE AUC- TION Monday and Thurs- day, 5 p.m. Under the green hoop barn behind the Bath County Coopera- tive Extension Office 2914 East Highway 60, Owingsville BATH COUNTY FARMER'S MARKET Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, 8 a.m. to sell out Under the green hoop barn behind the Bath County Coopera- tive Extension Office 2914 East Highway 60, Owingsville PRAYER, MEAL AND KIDS CRAFTS AT THE SALT LICK FIRST CHURCH OF GOD Join us at the Salt Lick First Church of God for prayer, a meal, and kids crafts every Friday from ll:30am-12:30pm. Everyone welcome. PRINCIPLES OF RECOVERY An "IOP" based teach- ing with Terry Will, In- structor. Meetings are held on Monday nights from 6-7PM at New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Rd. Owingsville. The class teaches skills to help former addicts to stay off drugs. LIONS CLUB DANCE Dance at the Owings- ville Lions Club every Friday and Saturday night with "Whiskey Ridge" and "Cool Coun- try". Starts at 8PM. WALKING FOR WELLNESS Join our weekly walk- ing group and start a fitness journey to a healthier life. Attend at least 5 walking pro- grams and be entered into a drawing for a fit- ness tracker! Everyone who participates gets a free pedometer and a water bottle. Mondays at 8:30 am (Sharpsburg Community Center) or Wednesdays at 8:30 am (Owingsville Elemen- tary School). CANNER LID TESTING It's time to test your canner lids for accu- racy. If you have a lid with a dial gauge, it needs to be tested once a year. Drop off your lid at the Bath County Ag Center any time for it to be tested. We only need the lid! STEPPING INTO FREEDOM & CEL- EBRATE RECOVERY MEETINGS Stepping into Free- dom starts at 6pm. On Wednesdays. Celebrate Recovery Meetings by Pastor Mike Ray at New Life Fellowship are held on Sunday nights at 6pm. 907 Forge Hill Rd. Peasticks. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Narcotics Anony- mous meets every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Bath County Court- house Annex on Main Street in Owingsville. 6TH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN ANDY BARR Andy Barr's Bath County office hours are the first Tuesday of every month from 9 AM -10 AM at the Bath County Court House Annex. BATH COUNTY VFW POST 9497 Monthly meeting, 2nd Sunday of the month, 6 p.m. SISTERS IN RECOVERY Starts on July 10th and will continue every Tuesday at 6PM at New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Rd. Owings- ville. The class teaches the 12 steps in recovery for women only with Ra- chel Baldridge, speaker. BROTHERS IN RECOVERY Every Thursday at 6PM at New Life Fel- lowship 907 Forge Hill Rd. Owingsville. The class teaches steps in recovery for men with Mike Ray, speaker. BATH COUNTY ME- MORIAL POST 7497 SEPTEMBER 8 The Otis Reunion and potluck dinner will be held on Saturday, Sep- tember 8, 2018 from 11:30AM-2:30PM at the Bath Co. Ag center. Ev- eryone welcome! SEPTEMBER 11- OCTOBER 23 Women's 6wk. Bible study "Karen Ehman: What Matters Most - A study of Phillipians" Study will be held ev- ery Tuesday at 7:00PM starting on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 at the Emmanuel center on Water St. Call Dinah Stone at 352-871-2557 to register and sign up for study materials. SEPTEMBER 13 Bath Co Agricultural Field Day on Septem- ber 13, 2018 at Ken and Paula Staley Farm located at 1442 Ramey Road Sharpsburg, Ky 40374. SEPTEMBER 15 Sherburne Christian Church Special Singing on Saturday, Sept. 15th at 6PM with featured singers Tom and Vickie Marshall. Everyone is welcome to attend. SEPTEMBER 18 MENIFEE COUNTY MENIFEE COUNTY FARMERS MARKET Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m and Friday, 4-6 p.m. Frenchburg Farmers Market, Back Street MENIFEE MISS FITS A dance class that in- corporates weights Instructors Audry Steele and Ashley Ray Classes are Tuesday & Thursday 6:30pm- 7:30pm at the Wellness Center MENIFEE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY MEETINGS The regular monthly meetings for the Me- nifee County Republi- can party are held on the last Thursday of each month. FRENCHBURG/ MENIFEE CHAM- BER OF COMMERCE MEETINGS The Frenchburg/Me- nifee Chamber of Com- merce meets every first Tuesday at 5:00pm. At the Chamber Office at 46 Back St. 6TH DISTRICT CONGRESSMAN Bath County Farm ANDYBARR'S Bureau Annual Meet- Representative will ing at the Bath County hold office hours at Ag Center on Tues- the Menifee County day, September 18 at Court House on the 6:00pm. first Wednesday of the month from ll:30AM- SEPTEMBER 23 12:30PM. A Blood Drive will be held on Sunday Sept. 23rd from 10:30am- 2:30pm at the First Church of god Fellow- ship Hall at 320 Slate Ave. Owingsville. To schedule a donation, visit kybloodcenter.org or call 800.775.2522. Those who register to give blood at the drive will receive a "Donate blood, y'all" t-shirt. SEPTEMBER 24- 30 Doctrinal Revival MENIFEE COUNTY HOMEMAKERS CLUB MEETINGS Home & Hearth - 2nd Tuesday at 6 p.m. (noon during winter months) Korea Church of God Cabin Country - 3rd Thursday at 11 a.m. Crime Watch Building First Club - 3rd Mon- day at 6 p.m. Menifee County Extension Of- fice Contact President, Debbe Smithers for SEPTEMBER 13 Gateway Community Action Agency willhold bi-monthly board meet- ing on Thursday Sep- tember 13, 2018. The meeting will be held in Frenchburg at the Clark Energy Building and will begin at 7:00 p.m. the Public is invit- ed to attend. AREA EVENTS ATTENTION VET- ERANS A Veterans Benefits Field Representative will be at the VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill Drive, Morehead, KY on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The hours are 8:30am until 3pm. For further information, please call toll free within KY 1-866-376- 0308 to speak with a Veterans Benefits Field Representative. Live country music by "Cool Country" at the American Legion in Mount Sterling every Friday night from 8pm- llpm. MOREHEAD FIRST FRIDAY OUTDOOR MARKET First Friday of the month through Octo- ber 4 to 7 p.m. Food, crafts, local produce, live music, and more Rowan County Arts Center, Main Street, Morehead FIRST FRIDAY MAR- KET MT. STERLING First Friday of the month through Sep- tember 6to 9 p.m. Eat local, shop local, enjoy live music, art exhibit openings and a classic car show. South Maysville Street, Mt. Sterling DOVES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT GROUP 1st and 3rd Wednes- day of the month at the Montgomery Co. Health Department, 117 Civic St Mt. Ster- ling. SEPTEMBER 13 The Covered Bridge Chapter of Kentucky Public Retirees will meet Thursday, Sep- tember 13th at 11:00 AM at the Double S En- tertainment Center in Flemingsburg. Guest speaker will be John Sims, Jr State Repre- sentative of the 70th District. SEPTEMBER 16 The Davis, Mann, Minton, Durbin Re- union will be held Sept. 16, 2018. At the Flem- ing-Mason Energy Con- ference Room, door in the back of main build- ing in Flemingsburg, KY. This has been ev- ery year on the First Sunday after Labor Day. This year we could not get it for that Sun- day so it was changed to second Sunday after Labor Day. Potluck being served at 12:00 noon. Please bring your favorite foods and Drinks. Catching up and looking back. Hope to see you there this year. OCTOBER 13 DOVES of Gateway Turns 25!!! 2018 marks the 25th year DOVES of Gate- way has been combat- ing Domestic Violence in the Gateway region. To mark this silver anniversary DOVES will be having a 25th Anniversary Gala on October 13th, 2018 at the Morehead Confer- ence Center. Festivi- ties starts at 6:00pro for Cocktails continuing at 7:00 dinner/awards. Tickets are $50.00 indi- vidual and $400.00 for a table. They will go on sale September 1st. An online auction will ac- company event starting October l lth and will run until October 15th. For more information call 606-784-6880. Join us as we celebrate 25 years of life saving ser- vices. I I On August 21, 2018, the Sterling Health Solutions (SHS) Board of Directors appointed Alex Conrad, as the company's new Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Conrad has worked as the Interim CEO since the departure of former SHS CE0, Harold Brown, in May 2018. Mr. Conrad has been a part of the Sterling Health Solutions team for four years, serving as the com- pany's Chief Financial Of- ricer. During his tenure as CFO, Mr. Conrad received the 'Innovator of the Year' award, presented by the Kentucky Health Center Network. In addition to his success at Sterling Health Solutions, he had previ- ously proven himself as a strong leader in the areas of practice management, business management, and consulting in roles with other well-regarded health- care organizations. 'q he Board voted unani- mously to appoint Alex as the new CEO," stated SHS Board of Directors Presi- dent, Sally Purvis. "With the experience and knowl- edge Alex brings, we are confident that Sterling Health Solutions will con- tinue to grow and flourish under his leadership." During his stint as In- terim CE0, Mr. Conrad led efforts to open an in- house Pharmacy, expand the School-Based Health Center program and Sub- stance Abuse program, and implement Mental Health Integration at two SHS fa- cilities. His chief focus lies with promoting the mission of SHS in the communities served. "I am honored and excit- ed to accept this role of con- tinued work alongside such a great team," remarked Mr. Conrad. "I am commit- ted to pursuing actions in line with our vital mission and keeping our values at the center of all we do." Sterling Health Solutions is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), which serves Montgomery, Bath, Clark, Menifee, and Nicholas Counties of Ken- tucky. The mission of Ster- ling Health is to improve the lives for all people in the communities it serves through improved health regardless of the ability to pay for the services. As such, Sterling Health will not deny patients access to services due to lack of in- surance or inability to pay. To learn more about Sterling Health Solutions visit www.sterlinghealthky. org. Alex Conrad, CEO, Ster- ling Health Solutions, Inc. Kentucky State Po- lice, Post 8 Morehead announces the final traffic and criminal ac- tivity report for August 2018. During August, Post 8 personnel is- sued 1,533 total cita- tions. Of those cita- tions, 37 were for DUI, 168 were for Speeding, 147 for No Seat Belt. In addition, there were 1,089 Vehicle Inspec- tions and 182 Courtesy Notices issued. Post 8 also investigated 37 Traffic Collisions, 647 Complaints, opened 90 Criminal Cases, and made 257 Criminal At-- rests for the month of August. Additionally, Captain Kenneth IC Bowman, Commander of the Kentucky State Police at Morehead, announc- es that Troopers of the Morehead Post will be conducting Safety Checkpoints in addi- tion to Moving Patrols throughout the Post 8 area during the entire month of September, as well as the remain- der of the year. Mo- torists are urged to be cautious and obey re- duced speeds through road construction zones, to and working the This concentrated Morehead Post area. enforcement effort will Members of the Com- utilize Troopers and mercial Vehicle En- Detectives assigned forcement (CVE) will Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Owingsville, KY 40360 Invites You to attend our "Homecoming Gatherings" Friday & Saturday, September 14,!5 at 7:00 PM Sunday September 16: Bible Study 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. (Plan to stay for a fellowship meal after services) and Afternoon Worship 1:30 P.M Sunday School followed by Morning Worship Service. Guest Preacher: John Brown also be utilized. They will focus on enforcing violations of Speeding, No Seat Belt, Child Re- straint, Impaired Driv- ing Laws, and Texting While Driving, as well as other violations of the Traffic Laws of Kentucky. Peeled Oak Christian Church Revival - September 7-8, 2018 September 9th - Homecoming with Dinner following services Friday, September 7th Speaker Les Ingram, with special music by Eric Helton Saturday, September 8th Speaker Greg Witt, with special music by Slate Valley Sunday, September 9th Speaker Bill Teegarden, with special music by Carl Story