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12 -October 18, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook FREE Zumba class every Thursday at 4:00-5:00 in the Owingsville Elementary School Gym. Jill Baber is leading the class, and you are welcome to go at your own pace. If you are looking for a way to lose weight for FREE, If you are able to donate to this is a great way!!! We hope us, these are 10 items that that everyone can come and FOOD DONATIONS NEEDED Christian Sodal Service Center, Inc is in great need of food to serve our client base. are great for food bank do- nations and for the clients. The list includes items like Protein, Soups and Stews, Canned Fruit, Rice and Pasta and more items that help our food bank give those that are in need of hunger relief a nu- tritionally balanced diet, If participate; will be so much fun with lots of peopld! MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT EVENT. Is your Medicare for 2013 confusing you? Do you have questions or need help find- ing a better Medicare Advert- you would like to know more tage or Part D-Prescription about donating food, hosting plan? Beginning October 15, a food drive and for other 2012, Medicare beneficia- general questions about giving, please phone at 606- 674-6906 and ask for Teresa Wright' Intake Worker or Marcelle Doggett, Executive Director. DRUG AND ALCOHOL SUPPORT MEETING Salt Lick Free Will Bap- tist Church. Maple/Water Streets, Salt Lick, KY. Winter - Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p. m. Open meeting. Public Welcome. Share your expe- rience & help us stay Clean & Sober. Mike M (606) 336- 2602. CELEBRATE RECOVERY Celebrate Recovery will be- held at Owingsville United Methodist Church. Every Sunday, 6 p. m. LIVING FREE Living Free dependency classes. New Life Fellowship. Wednesday, 6 p. m. BATH COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular meet- hag on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10 a. m. ties can change their Part D Drug plan or Health Plan for the year 2013. The An- nual Election Period will end on December 7, 2012. Now is the time to compare and prepare for the New Year. Counseling and assistance is available for those want- ing help choosing and en- rolling in a plan, through the State Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). For those who would like assistance, an Open En- rollment Event will be held on Wednesday, October 24, and Thursday, November 15 at the Bath Memorial Library on the Second Floor, from 9:30am to 3:00pm. Please bring your Medicare card and a list of your prescrip- tions. For more information or to schedule an appoint- ment' contact Vanessa Fra- zier, your local State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) coordinator at (606) 780-0090 ext. 2203 or call toll-free at 1-855-882-5307. The Gateway Area Development District's SHIP program is non-profit organization and services are absolutely-flee. The SHIP Program does not sell or en- dorse any insurance policy/ plan. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION holds its regular monthly meeting on the fourth Tues- day of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Work- REVIVAL Mudlick First Church of God, Oct. 15 - 19, 7 p.m. with Rev. Danny Goins OCT. 18 Library Classes ing session starts at 5:30 a.m. The -Bath County Memo- ,at the B, ogd Office co0IeJ- riaI Library is offering the Oct 18, 6 p.m Card-mak- SHARPSBURG CITY ing (Ornaments) COUNCIL Also the Gateway Para- holds its regular monthly normal Sodety would like to meeting on the first Monday hear any Ghost or Creature of the month at Sharpsburg stories from around the Ow- City Hall at 7 p.m. ingsville area. If you know any contact Loft or Ron Cof- SALT LICK CITY COUN- fey at (859) 585-0325, email CIL boo@gatewayghosts.com, holds its regular monthly or come into the library and meeting on the first Tuesday share your iaformation so of the month at the Salt Lick we can pass it on. Check out Volunteer Fire Department then" website at http://gate- at 6 p.m. wayghosts.com/home. OWINGSVILI,E CITY OCT. 20 COUNCIL Concert for Andy Barr holds its regular monthly Andy Barr for Congress meeting on the second Mon- presents"All In'for Freedom day of the month at Owings- Rally, featuring Lee Green- ville City Hall at 7 p.m. wood and Brad Alford. Satur-, day, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. Rudy's THE BATH COUNTY Ranch and Horse Camp, be- RESCUE SQUAD hind Carrington Green Golf holds its weekly meeting Course. 11980 Ky. 36 in Salt every Wednesday night at Lick, Ky. For more informa- 7 p.m. at the Rescue Squad tion please call: 859-806-8683 building on U. S 60 East' Ow- ingsville. OCT. 27 Archery Club FARMER'S MARKET Wildcat Archery will be The Bath County Farmers having a meeting and fun Market begins every Tues- shoot for all current mem- day, Friday, and Saturday bets and for all those inter- morning at 8 a.m held under ested in becoming members, the giant green hoop barn be- October 27 at 9 a.m. at the hind the Bath County Coop- Ag Center. If anyone has.any erative Extension Office and questions, contact 4-H Agent the Ag Education Center on Terrence Clemons, or con- 2419 East U. S. 60. Runs un- tact Mark Crouch through til Oct. 30. For more informa- Facebook. tion, call 606674-6121 OCT. 27 STORY TIME AT THE Halloween Hustle LIBRARY 5K (3.1 miles) Walk/Run, The Bath County Memo- Saturday, Oct. 27, 6 p.m. rial Library has Story Tune (sharp), Bath County High for toddlem on Tuesdays and School Track and Football for preschoolers on Fridays, Complex. Pre-registration both at 10 a.m. $20, $25.00 after October 23. On-glte registration will THE OLE CORNFIELD be 4:30--5:30. First 150 CORN MAZE entrants will receive a spe- Over 11 acres and 9300 cial prize with race packet. feet of corn maze 922 Cave Prizes will be awarded after Run Lake Road, just 5 miles the race. Proceeds to benefit from Exit 133 off 1-64 Open the Bath County High School through November 3 Haunt- Cross Country team. Come ed Corn Maze, Oct. 19 - Nov. out and support the Wildcats 3 For more information, call X-Country as they prepare to 606-356-5605, or check us out enter the Regional Champi- on Facebook, facebook.com/ onship on November 3. For The-Ole-Cornfield more information, call 606- 674-6325 ext. 4303 or 606-674- TWO SISTERS 8868, or email Robin Tolle at PUMPKIN PATCH, robin.toUe@bath.kyschools. Open through Oct. 30 us 5000 Van Thompson Rd, on the Bath/Montgomery County line Home drawn days are September 29th and October 27th. Closed Sun- days. For more information, call (859) 585-8000 ZUMBA CLASSES OCT. 27 October Kids Fest' Oct. 27, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Ridgeway Nursing Home and Rehabili- tation Center. All in the community are invited to attend. There will be a costume contest' games, and prizes. Come out and en- day of the month at 7 p.m. at Classes will be held on Octo- EXTREME joy the funI the Court House. ber 25th, December 13th and COUPONING February 12th at 6pm at the Learn how to save thou- OCT. 31 FARMER'S MARKET Wellness Center. The Cake sands of dollars a year on Trick or Treat The Frenchburg Farmers' Lady Jessica Conyers will your grocery bill! Free class- Wednesday, October 31, Market will be open every teach the classes. Class size es on Thursday, November from 6 to 8 p.m. in Salt Lick, Friday in October. The last is limited so reserve your 15th at lpm or 6pro at the Sharpsburg, and Owings- day the market will be open spot now by calling 768-8011 Men[fee Wellness Center. ville, is October 26. or emalling lori.franklin@me- Class sizes are limited so call nifee.kyschools.us. 768-8011 to reserve your spot BATH COUNTY COM- MENIFEE COUNTY JOB nowI MUNITY CHRISTMAS CLUB OCT. 27 ANGEL TREE PROGRAM Job Clubs of Eastern Ken- Carrying Concealed Dead- NOV. 30/DEC.2/DEC. 7 Application Dates: tucky is sponsoring a weekly ly Weapons Training MENIFEE COMMUNITY Week 1- Oct. 30th, 31st, Job Club, Thursdays, I p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 THEATRE GROUP PRES- Nov. 1st, & 2nd at the Gateway Community 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ENTS Week 2 Nov. 6th, 7th, 8th, Action office in the Clark En- Sheriff's Crime Watch Of- The Men[fee Community & 9th ergy Building, Frenchburg. rice Theatre Group will present Times: 9:30 am- 12:00 pm New member orientation is 96 Coleman Rd. A Christmas Story on Friday, and 1:00 pm -3:30 pmat 12:30. Meet weekly with Wellington, Ky. November 30th at 7pm; Sun- Place: Christian Social a small group of job seekers For more information, con- day, December 2th at 2pro Services Center, Incand workforce professionals tact Sheriff Rodney Coffey at and Friday, December 7th 44 Coyle Street' Ow- to gain a competitive edge 606-674-3875 or 606-768-6408 at 8:30pm. To reserve your ingsville, KY in today's tough job market. Cost is $75; veterans with tickets, please call Becky at 606-674-6906 For more information, call ID, $65 768-8009. You will need to bring with 606-768-2369. Proceeds will go to the Me- you: n[fee County Sheriff's Crime -Social Security Cards for FREE ZUMBA Watch Program and Sheriff's ARF, A EVENTS 'ou children CLASSES! Say No to Drugs Program -proof of Income: Wages, Classes will be every Tues- Bring 25 rounds, firearm,ATIENTION Eligibility letter from Com- day and Friday at 4:30pm in eye and ear protection, and VETERANS munity Base Services, SSI, the MCHS cafeteria. Time cleaning kit A Veterans Benefits Field Social-Security, Child Sup- is get started on your fall Representative will be at the port' Veterans, Retirement' exercise routine. Come and VA Clinic, 333 Beacon Hill or any other source of house- learn the dances from the be- OCT. 30 Drive, Morehead, Ky on the hold income, ginning. You can also attend TRICK OR TREAT 2nd Tuesday of each month. Be prepared withyourchil- FREE Classes at Botts Ele- Say Boo to Drugs will take The hours are 9 a. m. un- dren clothing sizes, needs mentary School on Mondays place from 5 to 7 p.m and til 3:30 p.m and closed for and wants, and Thursdays at 5:30pro or county-wide Trick or Treat lunch from Noon until 12:30. For Bath County residents at the Menifee Wellness Cen- will take place in Men[fee Veterans and their depen- only ter on Tuesdays at 7:30 and County from 6 to 8 p.m. on dents will receive assistance Eligibility will be deter- Friday at 6:30. For more in- Tuesday, Oct. 30 filing for Federal and State mined by the USDA income formation, call 768-8011. veterans benefits. This ser- guidelines. NOV. 4 vice is provided free Of charge MENIFEE COUNTY RE- NOV. 3 LAY FOR LIFE Church Bazar The Menifee County Relay Northside Church of God For Life is recruiting team for Ladies' Ministry will be hay- the 2013 Relay. Anyone want- ing a Bazar at the church, hag more information call 606 Saturday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 3 768 3356. If you sign up on- p.m. There will be handmade line by October 30, you will crafts, cakes and candy, and a receive a gig hot dog and chili supper. THANKSGIVING FEAST by the Kentucky Department FUNDRAISER of Veterans Affairs. To apply, Project Worth Outreach veterans need to furnish COl> wilibdholdingafundraiseron ies of pertinent documenta- November 4. This fundralser tion to verify eligibility. For is a Thanksgiving Feast. For further information, please $6.00 you get a 5-course meal call toll free within Kentucky, and you can either eat at Proj- 1-866-376-0308 to speak with ectWorth Outreach or take it a Veterans Benefits Field home with you. Please call Representative. 606.768.6384 to order your meal(s). For more informa- tion please call Gall or Alex at 606.768.6384. Sept. 28th. Advance tickets, $10; day of show, $12. Call 606-336-1692 for ticket information. OCT. 19-20 NOV. 6 PROJECT WORTH BgN- Concert Tour EFff "Party with the Devil"Project Worth Outreach Tour, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 6:30 - will be holding a fundraiser 10 p.m. on October 19 & 20. This Ag Center, 2914 East Hwy. fundraiser isa photo oppor- 60, Owingsville, Ky. 40360. ttmity. For $10.00 you get a Just off Interstate 64, Exit 123 10 X 13 portrait. You can also The show is headlined by purchase other photo pack- Attila, and other bands per- ages. For more information forming will be Make Me Fa- please call Gall or Alex at mous, Ice Nine Kills, Issues, 606.768.6384. Adestriar and, jagulation of Serpents.-;. : :,-: OCT. 20 : Tickets go on sale Friday, ' CONCERT FOR ANDY BARR Andy Bafr for Congress presents "All In" for Freedom Rally, featuring Lee Green, wood and Brad Alford. Satur- NOV. 10 day, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. Rudy's Mayor's Charity Ball, Sat- Ranch and Horse Camp, be- urday, Nov. 10, Crossroads hind Carrington Green Golf NOV. 9 GED TESTING Men[fee County Adult Ed- ucation has scheduled a GED testing date on November 9, 2012 at Project Worth Out- reach Center in Means, Ky. The cost of the test is $60,00 and fmanc'lal assistance is OPEN MIC NIGHT Open Mic Night in the Small Performance Cafe at Gateway Regional Arts Cen- ter in Mt. Sterling. Doors open at 6:30pm and includes live performances of mu- sic, poetry and more. Free admission. Held every 3rd Thursday of the month (Oct. 18). OCT. 19 available, prior to taking the,FLU SHOT CLINIC test' individuals are required Friday; Oct. 19,: 10 a,m to take and pass the Official to 2 p.m (or later) at Cash Practice Test. The practice Express, 126 Clark Street, test will take approximately 4 Flemingsburg. Cost is 815, hours and will be offered on and shots will be given by the following dates: Monday, Primary Plus Refreshments October 29 at Project Worth will be served. For more in- Outreach Center in Means, formation, call 606-845:5313 Ky. Tuesday, October 30 at Elementary School. Light Course. 11980 Ky. 36 in Salt the Frenchburg Public H- reception at 6 p.m music Lick, Ky. For more informa- brary Wednesday, October begins at 7 p.m. The Young tion please call: 859-806-8683 31 at Project Worth Outreach and Heart Band will be play- Center in Means, Ky. For hag. This year's charity is COMMUNrlY BABY more information, or sched- Tim's Toy Trot for Tots, and SHOWER ule a time to take the practice our county's veteran's will be A Community Baby Show- test, please contact the GED honored. Tickets, $25 indi- er will be held on Saturday, instructors, Pare Branam or vidual, $50 per couple. Tick- October 20th, from lpm-3pm Alice Cole, at 606.768.9741, ets available at Owingsville at the Menifee Wellness Cen- or email any questions to me- City Hall. ter for expectant and new par- nifeeadulted@yahoo.com. In ents with children up to age 2014, the GED test will be re- NOV. 17 one. Snacks and door prizes vised, it will be taken on the Extension Homemakersalong with lots of informa- computer, and the cost will Sponsor Holiday Bazaar tion. For more information, double. Now is the time to The Bath County Exten- call Jessica Hale at 768-8063. take advantage of this won- sion Homemakers will spun- derful opportunity to earn sor a holiday bazaar on Satur- SHIFI34ASIERS OF your GED and begin a new day, November 17 from 9:00 FRENCHBURG path to success! a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Ag Cruise-in Oct. 20 Center at 2914 East Highway Downtown Frenchburg, NOV. 12 60. Booth space is available 6-9 p.m. - For more info call QUILT RAFFLE for $25 per table. Interested Don Smith, 606-768-2273 Hand-made quilt made in crafters and food vendors can or 606-247-3148; Mark Wil- Menifee County, each square reserve a table at the Bath liams, 606-768-9506; or Rick crafted by Menifee County County Extension Office. Conway, 859-473-0062 Homemaker's Club mem- Contact Martha Perkins at bers. All proceeds will go to the Extension Office at 674- OCT. 25 the Homemaker's Club. $i 6121 for more information. CUPCAKE DECORATING ticket or 6'tickets for $5. On CLASSES sale at the Extension Office SHARPSBURG CHRIST- The Community Education until Nov. 12 MAS OPEN HOUSE AND Office will offer three FREE PARADE Cupcake Decorating Classes.NOV. 15 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 OCW WRF.SHJNG Ohio Championship Wres- tling, Nov. 17 at OwingsviHe Elementary School, 8 p.m. Benefit fundraiser for the Owingsville Fire Department and Bath County Rescue Squad. For tickets, see any Rescue Squad or OFD mem- ber. Tickets will also be avaik able at the door. CELEBRATE RECOVERY Celebrate Recovery at Botts Christian Church, ev- ery Monday, 7 p. m For more information, call 859- 585-8688 or 606-768-8011. FRENCHBURG CITY COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thurs- day of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Building. MENIFEE COUNTY FIS- CAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tues- NOV. 14 TELESEMiNARS & WORKSHOPS FOR YOUR OPTIMAL HEALTH! 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