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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Sept. 15, 2010 5 Extension News Martha Perkins, Bath Co. Exten- sion Agent for Family and Con- sumer Sciences 2nd Sunday On Sunday, Oc- tober 10, the Bath County Coopera- tive Extension Service will spon- sor 2nd Sunday, an event to encour- age physical ac- tivity. This year's event will be from GENERAL NEWS 2:00-4:00 p.m. at pressure. All ac-one of active par- the Bath County tivities are free. ticipants. 2ndSun- Agricultural Edu- Kentucky is con- day is a statewide cation Center at sistently ranked campaign with 2914 East High-amongthe top ten multiple counties way 60. There will states for obesity offering activities be games, archery, and obesity-re- at the same time. corn hole, and oth- lated illnesses, in- More than 20,000 er activities. Chil- cluding diabetes, peoplein 101coun- dren and adults high blood pres- ties participated are encouraged to sure, stroke, heart last year. bring bicycles, tri- attack and some Contact the Bath cycles and skate- cancers. 2nd Sun- County Extension boards. There will day presents a Office at 674-6121 also be screen- message of change for more informa- ings for sun/skin from being a state tion. damage and blood of spectators to Winchester 859-745-3060 888-463-5377 wweweneye.om Stanton 606-663-8880 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE 0 William D. Ellington AGENCY MANAGER Derek Ellington, Agent wingsville Ph.: (606) 674.6335 ReliabLe Internet Access Since 1994 Have you noticed a toilet sitting in an unusual place...such as someone's front yard? The Wildcat Potty will be traveling around town, so come out and help the BCHS Cheerleaders "flush" the opponent! If the toilet lands in your yard, the cheerleaders will remove it for a fee of $10. If you want it delivered to someone specific, $5 more will do it. Want to make sure it never comes to your yard again? Just pay an additional $5. Join the Wildcat Spirit and support the BCHS Cheerleaders! Stop by our booth at Friday night's game for more information! Otoo Yo Loe tt5 Paper' 5i.ee 188q We Weteote Yovj, Aieles 85q-28Cl-6q25 9eorgeC00ba00o.e005- otooeo Unlimited Hours, No Contracts! . FREE 24/7 Technical SuRer . Int Mgi,g- kp your buddy , I0 e-mal addresses wi$ Webil! , Cu Start P. neis, ter &,'e! ;.=EP,,o0r ( s,, up to 2.5, faster/") " just 3 mo ---I Sign Up Onll nw.LoNeLcm j Call Today & Save! v,00Au 674.2100 DEBT RELIEF Under #e new Bank,'uptcy Law you can, .. STOP Creditor Calls STOP ReposseSsions STOP Law Suits STOP Wage Gamish STOP Home Foreclosure The new taw is a legal and honorable means to deal with the severe burden of debt You should not hesitat for a  t lke advantage of all horrible means to revitallz your life. Ca//now. nmmmir.smmmmmmlBB HAYDEN & BUTLER 51 N. Maysvllle St, Mt. Sterling, Ky. 859-499-3334 (A debt relief agency helping people tile for relief under the Bankruptcy Code) Morehead State University, recognized as one of the top public universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report, is accepting applications for a full time standing position as Secretary in the Office of Athletics. For a full description and to apply, visit www. moreheadstateuniveristy.edu/novushrapps. Please upload a letter of application, resume, and three references by September 22, 2010. Contact the Office of Human Resources at (606) 783-2097 should you have questions about our online application. MSU is an EO/AA educator and employer with a strong commitment to community engagement. TERMITE & PEST CONTROL SERVICES Affordable Service* for. Ro=ch, Spide Tmi */w,p Bed ]Bugs Peal Ea  Lce Fle/'rick Gact Clalag Mice/Ram Gutter Protection Systems V.myO* O. InsltrU Licensed, Cerried d laured  25 Ye= Expedeace KY LPCO #14402 11I]E&lgTOM1F,OL 859-420-4872-Cefl "J)on't hrerpayL..Call lnspectorUSAl" www.inspectorusa.com M ! Or Small" Pleasure Ridge Apartments Sharpsburg, Ky Now Taking Applications for Elderly Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-247-2254 September 10, 2009 i= I we do n d=,.nate ,st ".,'t I ro, s, I,JI I cokx, sex, sexual oneta1o o : I ;xefece, disabty, age, veteran tutus, nao.al o., ao,  c a. ] Price & Son Custom Bushhogging Owner: Chad Price (859) 473-0354 Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Mason County "Since 1879" Homeowners Farm Properties Mobile Homes Commerical Buildings Churches Call your local County Director for services Lonnie Vice- (606) 674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF FLEMING COUNTY "Since 1875" 108 Court Square, Flemingsburg 606-674-2237 FIRE, WIND, LIGHTNING, PERSONAL AND FARM LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Charles "Bud" Hunt, Bath County Directory 10:00 A.M. Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010 LOCATION: 2348 Sunset Locust Road, Hillsboro, Ky. From Flemingsburg take ICY 32 east 3 miles to KY 111. Go 7 miles to Hillsboro, turn right on Sunset Road. Go 2 miles to auction site. Watch for signs. We have been commissioned to sell at absolute auction the following real estate and personal items. REAL ESTATE Sells At 11:00 AM 76.85 acres with a 4 bent barn and a 1 1/2 story frame residence. Home has 3 bed- rooms, 1 bath, kitchen and living room. There is also a smokehouse. The farm is slightly rolling with several potential nice building spots. County water avail- able. PERSONAL PROPERTY Household & Misc: 4 pc waterfall bedroom suite, metal bed, maple bed, Speed Queen washer, Maytag wringer washer, Hot Point stove, Kenmore refrigerator, Ashley wood & coal stove (Model #7150-B), old desk, wingback chair & ottoman, rocker, sofa, recliner, coffee table, end tables, Brother sewing machine, odd lamps, old pictures, old buffet, several pots & pans, odd dishes, iron skillets, old bread box, and many other items too numerous to mention FARM MACHINERY & MISC 1972 2438 MF-165 diesel tractor, 6 ft Bushhog, miscellaneous nut & bolts, miscella- neous small hand tools, and other items too numerous to mention. Any announcements day of sale take precedence over all advertisements. Not responsible for accidents. Personal Property Terms Cash or check with proper ID. Real Estate Terms 10% down day of sale Blance with deed on or before 30 days of sale day. Lead paint could be present in any home built prior to 1978. Make your inspection pnor to sale date Buyer will be required to sign a disclosure statement of lead based hazards along with a waiver of a 10 day post inspection. Owner: Beth Eula Ramey Estate Attorney: Marvin Suit Executrix: Lou Ellen Johnson J