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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper October 18, 2012 - S e e o 0 ,i LOCAL MOTHER TO BE IN PASADENA TOHONOR HER SON : !iiii~!iiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiii~iii~ ! Sallie Wilson, ML Ster- ling, will be traveling to Pasadena, California, the weekend of Dec. 15 and 16 to decorate part of a Rose Bowl float that will honor her son, Jimmy. Jimmy Ginter, a young man who died in an auto- mobile accident in Mont- gomery Cotinty in 1996, is one Of the 72 Rose Parade honorees, who in their deaths enhanced the life of others through dona- tions. Jimmy was a tissue and cornea dOnor at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, and is sponsored on the Donate Life float by Kentucky Or- gan Donor Affiliates. Jimmy's photograph, in the form of a floral por- trait, will be incorporated as an integral part of the elaborate Donate Life float in the annual Rose Parade in Pasadena, Cali- fornia on January 1, 2013. This year's Donate Life is entitled "Journeys of the Heart" % Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates recently recog- nized St Joseph Hospital East in Mt Sterling as one of the top 15 hospitals for organ donation, with a 10096 referral rate. Last Thursday Diana Thacker, KODA Liaison, and jenny Jones, KODA Director of Education, Submitted by Christi Henderson Abovet: Cinda Fluke, CNO/COO of St. Joseph Mt. Sterling & MinDee Hudson, Manager of Nu- tritional and Environmental Services, display the Excellence in Tissue Donation presented to the hospital by KODA. Left: Donor Family member Sally Wilson talk- ing to long-time friend Patti Daily of St. Joseph Pharmacy after the Thursday's ceremony. presented the Excellence in Tissue Donation 2011 to St Joseph Hospital Mt. Sterling to Sinda Fluke, Chief Operating Officer. Thacker also recog- nized Sally Wilson, an or- gan recipient herself, and her son, whose organs went to children in Ken- tucky, Pennsylvania, and California. Thacker said that local public officials also play an important role in organ do- nation, recognizing Mont- gomery Co. Circuit Clerk Tanya Terry; Mt Sterling EMS Director Robin Bar- ber, and Air Methods Di- rector Bryant Shumate. Saturday, October 27. 2012 Race T~me: 600 p,m SHARP Start tocat,on aath counW ~ SChool ~ rack and ~ootba, ComD,ex Proceeds to benefit - gath County High Schoo[ C~os~ Count~ Er~ Form: Name: PHONE: Email address : AGE on race day: Male Female Entry fee: Pro-registration $20.0O $25.00 failer 10/23/12] On-site registration will be 4:3~5:30 "'First 15O entrants w~l receive a special prize with ~ packet'' By signing below I acknowledge that in consideration of the acceptance of.my entry, for mvsell, my nelrs, executors ano aornlnlst raters, ~o hereby "elease and ~lS harge Bath County Schools, any and all organizers, all spo~lsors and associates of this event from any and all cSaln3s In said event. [ cert iv that I have full knowleoge of the risks involved in oaf~lClOatlng n this event. I release publishing rights of ~notographs taken of me during the Haffoween Hustle Night Race for purposes of coverage and publicity for this and future events sponsored by the Bath County High School Cross Countr~ S|g~amre: Paren~/Guardian (if under lg): Submitted by Kelly Wil- ' curity Coordinator of Jes- more volatile and danger- son samine Co. Schools. Heous, often causing injury is a 26 year veteran of the or death. Most of these The Parent Education Nicholasville Police, Dept synthetics are targeted at Committee within the and former Assistant Chief Bath County School Dis- of: Police. Branscum, a trict presented a free work- drug recognition expert, shop/forum on synthetic explained how to recog- and herbal substances nize the different syn- being used as drugs yes- thetic and herbal drugs our youth by using catchy brand names and teen al- luring packaging. Mr. Branscum suggests that if we, as a community, want to make a difference, we terday eyenmg at the Bath that are mimicking:illegal shou|d miss an op County to to talk with our ' The s e .] a6st the youth about the dangers Bransc l!lth/ s ? :: i: are usually of all drugs, i i ~ ~.%~ !~. Mt. Sterling, Flemingsburg & Soon in Winchester State of the GE Medical Systems Equipme For Appointments or Second Opinions Call Thursday October 18, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. The Mc at the Korea Church of God WellingtongKy Church located on Rt. 1693 on Dan Ridge Rd. Admission is Free For informaton call David Hale 606-768-3474 or 606-359-1386.