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26 - November 01, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook These middle school girls tested the "quicksand" in Ms. Whites room ..... Mr. Ben Bowen, BCMS Science teacher, demonstrated the Wooshl Bottle Self-cawing pumpkinsl submitted by Kelly Wilson Bath County Middle School sixth grade students were showcased Thursday evening at the S'more Stories & Spooky Science event. Families came to support the story-telling abilities of their children and were treated to a campfire atmosphere completed by campfires projected on the smart-boards in classrooms and s'more themed snack mix with hot chocolate. Between stories, one could visit the science labs to experience the mawelous ex- periments. The grand finale was held in the cafeteria where Mr. Bowen demonstrated his invention of "self cawing pumpkins". When the gasses inside the pumpkins were ignited, the pre-cawed letters and tops exploded out of the gourds Washington Pass a BalanCed and Pay Down the National Debt To Bath County: Your school district has had some conflicts be- cause the women on the board have been attack- ing the men ever since we were elected. They have done their best to try and get one of us kicked off the board. We have not attacked them. We are not responsible for the conflicts they have created. We have been carrying out the wishes of the majority of voters who elected us. Please do not hold that against us when it comes time to vote. On the positive side, Crossroads Elementary was completed and is successfully operating, Owingsville Elementary will soon be renovated and six classrooms add- ed which will reduce the number of students per class and should im- prove academic achieve- ment, several thousand dollars was supplied for classroom supplies and we hope to provide more next year, the cooks were given a raise for the first time since 1998 because someone cared, and we will very soon hire a new Superintendent based on the recommendation of a six person selection com- mittee. There is still a lot that needs to be accom- plished in order to make Bath County one of the best school districts in the state. We have an abundance of great per- sonnel who have the abil- ity to do it arid we are go- ing to provide them the leadership they treed. Some improvements I would like to see is bet- ter academic achieve- ment, a new school in the Sharpsburg area, improved employee mo- rale, improved compre- hensive anti-drug pro- gram, the Chenault Fund back under board con- trol, stopping any churn- ing of the fund, a fitness center, better planning and execution of plans including corrective ac- tion. "r Please vote for me to help keep the improve- ments coming. I am the only board member who has not applied for expense reimbursement for trips to training ses- sions in Louisville, Lex- ington and Morehead, proving that I am consci- entious about spending taxpayer money. Bill Boyd Benefit for Rob erta Bashford Sponsored by the Country Boys Band Benefit wdl be held Saturday, November 3rd, atthe Owingsville Lions Club from 5 to l 0 p.m. _Admission wiJl, ood hoic s cill.b avail- " able (sold separately) The Country Boys Band will be performing, and there will be an auction. For more information, contact Carrie Thomas, 606- 336-1979, Pam Bashford, 606-336-1114, Carolyn King Edger, 859-404-8411, or Deedee Crouch, 606- 210-1162. and Reform Health Care Without Growing Government Wilt Make No Changes in forCurrent Retirement; Fight ObamaCare ' s Billion in Medicare Cuts; and Save Medicare For Future Generations 1 Wi[t Promote Kentucky Coal and Fight to Maximize Domestic Energy Production A-Rated by the National Rifle Association; Endorsed by Gun Owners of America Is 100% Pro-Life; Endorsed by Kentucky Right to Life; Will Fight to Defend Traditional Marriage Paid for by Andy Barr for Congress PURSUANT TO KRS 424.290, "MATTERS REQUIRED TO BE PUBUaHED," THE FOLLOWING RACES WILL APPEAR ON THE VOTING MACHINES AND PAPER BALLOTS INTHE PRECINCTS LISTED IN BATH COUNTY FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION AND SPECIAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER S, 2012. 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