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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 01, 2012 -23 Kentucky ABC Conducts Targeted Enforcement Detail Continuing efforts to restrict youth access to alcohol and keep com- munities safe, enforce- ment officials from Ken- tucky's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Con- trol (ABC) conducted a Targeted Enforcement Detail (FED) in areas ad- jacent to the campus of Morehead University on Saturday, Oct. 27, during the football game. The TED resulted in 24 citations and five arrests. Eleven were alcohol re- lated charges, and three were drug charges. 'q'he number of cita- tions issued Saturday demonstrates the need for alcohol enforcement strategies. ABC Enforce- ment prioritizes com- bating youth access to alcohol, in addition to en- forcing all laws, and will continue to work across Kentucky to maintain compliance with alcohol laws and regulations," said Josh Crain, Assis- tant Director of Enforce- ment. Targeted Enforce- ment Detail is a proac- rive enforcement strat- egy that not only allows law breakers to be cited, but also help to prevent youth access to alcohol due to the presence of ABC enforcement. The details focus on point of sale, third-party transac- tions, fraudulent ID's, drug violations and pos- session of alcohol by mi- nor violations. TEDs are usually conducted in col- laboration with other law enforcement agencies at events where there is a high concentration of mi- nors along with alcohol being sold or :consumed. ABC Investigators focus on alcohol viola- tions freeing other law enforcement agencies to focus on traffic, crowd control and other essen. tial law enforcement du- ties. Ceana Shrout President of the United Mock Election. submitted by Michelle Bloomfield and Kelly Wilson submitted by Michelle Bloomfield and Austin Finch vote for the Bath County Middle School students par- ticipated in Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes' student mock election program on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. Students in Mr. Vernon's (6th Grade), Mr. Crouch's (7th Grade), and Mrs. Bloom- field's (8th Grade) social States in the BCMS cess. Students read and learned about voting, the debated the differences in the presidential candi- dates, and registered to vote prior to the election held Tuesday in class. Mitt Romney defeated rival Barak Obama in the sChool mock election (238-166). Over 5,000 of Kentucky's school chil- dren participated in the mock election statewide with a majority of the votes going to Romney. tudies classes learned Mr. Crouch commented, the v ting pro- "It =be interesting to see if our results are similar to the actual re- suits in the general elec- tion." The mock election gave students an insight into .their roles and re- sponsibilities as a US citizen. Students are be- coming more interested in the political process. Eighth grader Ceana Shrout exclaimed, "I got to vote and express my own opinion as to who would be president. I didn't have to wait until I was 18!" While Austin Finch said he enjoyed learning the differences between a democrat and a republican and how each party would run the country. Breakdown of results by class was as follows: 6th Grade Results: Romney 81 and Obama 49 7th Grade Results: Ronmey 97and Obama 45, 8th Grade Results: Romney 238 and Obama " 166 Won't The Over 175 youth from ii area high schools met Oc- tober 18, 2012, at the Path- ways "I Won't Be the One" Youth Alcohol Prevention Conference at the More- head Conference Center. "I Won't Be the One" is a Ken- tucky initiative to battle un- derage drinking. The mis- sion of the conference is to empower youth to address the epidemic of underage drinking its negative consequences. Youth from Race- land, Elliott County, East Carter, West Carter, Boyd County, Bath County, Gree- nup County, Menifee Coun- ty, Montgomery County, Morgan County, and Rowan r County High Schools gath- ered at Morehead State University Adron Doran University Center to partici- pate in workshops includ- ing "Don't Do Stupid," Alco- hol and the Brain, 21 Means 21, Advocacy 101, and So- cial Media Advocacy. The youth left the conference with resources to begin ad- dressing underage drinking in their communities. In addition, stu- dents took part in a video and audio public service an- nouncement (PSA) contest. Each school was asked to submit at least one video and one audio PSA with messages aimed at dis- couraging underage drink- hag. 'q he students always exceed our expectations. They are so creative and I can't wait to share their videos and audio PSAs with others across the state," said Mona McClain, Path- ways Regional Prevention Center. First Place in the video competition went to Menifee County, Gree- nup County placed Second, and Montgomery County placed Third. East Carter County High School placed Candidate for Bath County School Board District 4 submitted by Kelly Wilson Twenty-six students representing Bath County High School attended the Youth Alcohol Prevention Confer- ence at held at Morehead State University last week. Their video entry can be found on YouTube at: Bath County Young and Free YAB 2012. Group Picture of the Young and Free Youth Advisory Board: Standing; Shae Sparks, Brandon Price, Jessica Copher, Zach Horton-Wilson, Jade Conn, Jordan High- Icy, Lynzee Wilson, Jordan Abrams, Miranda Lewis, Allen Wills, Anitra Thompson, Audisty Hedges, Deme- trius Mynhier, Tiffany Estepp, Jose Selenas, Jason Warmouth, Anita Estepp; Miranda Roark. Kneeling: Bethanie May, Natasha Graham, Jennifer King, Brit- tany Belcher, Kassie Hamilton, Rachael Fightmaster, Nate Mynhier, Sponsor-Kelly Wilson. Not pictured- Bethany Crouch First in the audio PSA, Me- nifee County placed Sec- ond, and Morgan County placed Third. The Morehead "I Won't Be the One" Youth Alcohol Prevention Confer- ence was coordinated by Pathways Regional Preven- tion Center, the prevention division of Pathways and was supported by funding from the Kentucky Depart- ment of Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intel- lectual Disabilities, and Pathways Regional Preven- tion Center. Special thanks to Morehead State Univer- sity (MSU); without their cooperation this conference would not be possible. The MSU Police Department presented the 21 Means 21 workshop; the MSU Drama Department judged the vid- eo and audio PSA contest; MSU Admissions, MSU Bookstore, and MSU Alum- ni provided in-kind support. We would also like to thank the following busi- nesses for providing door prizes for the students: Morehead Arby's, More- head Buffalo Wild Wings, Cave Run Marina, Down- town McDonald's of More- head, MSU Admissions, MSU Alumni, MSU Book- store, Cornerstone Subway, Morehead Taco Bell, More- head Wendy's, Morehead Wal-Mart, Bakery on Main, Holbrook Embroidery, Embroidery Unlimited, Fuzzy Duck, and Outpost Campground. GattiLand and Moe's of Ashland and the Carter County Drug Free Coalition provided gift cards. Featuring: The Charley ,,:Lyons Bandwith, Bath. Co. High School Football Saturday Evening, November 10, 2012 Owingsville, KY 0. 39 year resident of Bath County Married to James Pressley "Sonny" Rawlings Jr. Bachelor of Science with honors from Michigan State University College of Agriculture Retired Bath County Extension Agent for 4-H/Youth Development 20+ years of personal experience working with teachers and student in Bath County's schools. Supporter of open meetings law for all tax funded boards Most importantly, sincere interest in helping our youth achieve the most they are capable of, both in and out of school Paid for by Tera Rawlings Endorsed by the National Rifle Association Vote to save your Social Security Vote to save your Medicare Vote to protect your Farm Programs Vote for Honesty and Ethics Vote for Integrity -6th CongressionalDistrict Paid for by Fleming County Democrat Executive Committee Cost is $7.00 at the door (includes dinner, drink, dessert & entertainment) *Auction items include a basketball signed by former UK player Anthony Davis and a football signed by UK Coach Joker Phillips We will also be drawing for the $10,000 CASH give- away! So bring your tickets and be there! License #0RG0002124 Come out and support Bath Co. Football and enjoy a delicious meal and what is sure to be a good time for all! COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 12-CI-90095 BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.E FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE CALVIN C. FULTZ DEFENDANTS ROBIN FULTZ By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 16 August 2012, to raise the sum of $95,218.06, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsvine, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 10 November 2012, at the hour of 12:00 p.m., the following described property: LOT # 4 OF AKERS SPRINGS SUBDIVISION, lying and being on Akers Drive, in Bath County, Kentucky and being more particular!y described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pin set in the right of way line of Akers Drive and a comer to Lot 5; thence with the line of Lot 5 North 0 Deg 19 Min 49 Sec East, a distance of 344.77 feet to an iron pin set in the line of willard Copher (Deed Book 154, page 307); thence with the Copher line South 87 Deg 42 Min 13 Sec East, a distance of 136199 feet to an iron pin set a comer to Lot 3; thence with the line of Lot 3South 0 Deg 19 Min 49 Sec West, a distance of 345.62 feet to an iron pin set in the tight of way line of Akers Drive; thence with the right of way line of Akers Drive South 77 Deg 17 Min 22 Sec West, a distance of 15.34 feet; thence North 88 Deg 49 Min 42 Sec West, a dis tance of 66.22 feet; thence North 81 Deg 27 Min 29 Sec West, a distance of 56.33 feet to the point of beginning, said described tract containing 1.10 acres. Property Address: 148 Akers Drive, Owingsville, Ky 40360 BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to Calvin C. Fultz and Robin L. Fultz, husband and wife, by Jimmy A. Adams and Jodie B. Adams, husband and wife, on April 2, 2007, by a deed recorded on April 17, 2007, in Deed Book 215, Page 617, in the Office of the Bath County Clerk's Office. This property is sold subject to.all real estate taxes, easements, and off-saies of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be one-third (1/3) cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of saie until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be aUowed: A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the Bath County News Outlook on I 0,24, 11.1, 6" 11.7