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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper, November 11, 2009 9 i i Saturday, Dec. 5th - 10 a.m.-5 p.m. - Sunday, Dec. 6th - 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Bagpiper, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, Harpist, fiddler, and dulcimer, are just part of the many activities in Washington, Kentucky, Dec. 5-6. Step back into the past as you stroll Washington's flagstone sidewalks where our forefa- thers walked, enjoy the smells of pine and food being served, candle-lit windows, strolling musicians and carolers. Step back in time as you take a carriage ride fromthe town center and visit an original pre-1790 log cabin. Next door is the Simon Kenton Store Museum, full of Kentucky memorabilia, crafts and antiques for sale. Unique handmade gifts and crafts are also for sale in the many antique and specialty shops that line Old Main Street. Rekindle the spirit of yesterday in Washington. Food is a real treat, especially transparent tarts, (a Mason County delicacy), blackberry jam cupcakes, cream candy, bourbon balls and other candies and baked goods found throughout the 1700s village. Watch candle dipping at Mefford's Fort C. 1787 Museum. Quilting, weaving and hot "Cyder" at the Albert Sidney Johnston House C. 1797 Museum.Crafts and food at Paxton Inn C.1810 Museum. Displays and food at the Harriet Beech- er Stowe C.1897 Slavery to Freedom Museum. And the annual Vesper Service Sunday at 4:00 pm in the C. 1848 Old Church Museum. Come, warm your heart and rekindle the spirit of yesterday with the scents and sights of early days in Washington, 4 miles south of Maysville on old US 68. Sponsored by Old Washington, Inc. with support from the City of Mayswlle. Contact Marsha Jones -606-759-0505 or marsha.jones59@yahoo.com For more information visit www.washingtonky.com l at SCR Family Medical St. Claire Regional will be offering free health screenings, as part of their Healthy Living Series, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 2nd at the SCR Family Medical Supply store. Free health screenings will include balance and sensory, blood pressure, bone density, cholesterol, glucose, pulse rate & oxygen. Romeo Sporici, MD will review screening results and will discuss any health questions. The SCR Diabetes Team will provide educational materials and answer ques- tions regarding diabetes care. SCR's Rehabilitation Services will provide balance and sensory screenings- which is important for individuals with diabetic periph- eral neuropathy. In addition, KY Homeplace will be on-hand with information on accessing reduced cost healthcare. St. Claire Regional will also be introducing the Aetrex iStep, a digital foot anal- ysis system that .uses state-of-the-art digital scanners and pressure sensors to accurately measure feet, determine foot type and pressure points. This patented technology also recommends appropriate footwear and orthotic inserts. No appointment is necessary and fasting is not required. For more information please contact, Regina Thompson, 606.783.6859. I i NOVEMBER Nov. 12 Veterans Day BCMS Veterans Day program will be held on Thursday November 12, 2009 beginning at 1.30 p.m everyone is invited to attend. Nov. 12 Reception for new Bath Co. FCS Agent, Martha Per- kins Bath Co. Homemakers will host a reception for FCS Agent Marlha Perkins on Thursday, November 1 2th from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Bath Co. Agricul- tural Education & Mar- keting Center. Refresh- ments will be served. Come by and join us in welcoming Mrs. Per- kins. Nov 12 Kentucky Public Retirees to meet The monthly meeting of the Covered Bridge Chapter of Kentucky Public Retirees will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 12 at S&S Bowl- ing Lanes in Flemings- burg. Guest speakers for this meeting are Tony i McGIone of Edward Jones Investments and Hunt of Louisville, a candidate for the Kentucky Employees Retirement System board. Please be present to hear these two speak- ers and the important information they will bring to the meeting. Nov 12 Annual Din- ner Meeting Gateway Community Action Agency will the Annual Dinner Meeting on Thursday, November 12, 2009. The meeting will be held at The Clark En- ergy Community Cen- ter, Frenchburg, Ky 40322 and will begin at 6:30 p.m. The Public is invited to attend. Nov. 13--14 Field Trip 7th Grade Chicago trip is scheduled for Nov 13-14, 2009 . any questions lease call Mrs. Snedegar at ext 257. DECEMBER Dec. 4 Chili Supper Bethel Baptist Christian Workers Club annual Chili Supper and Craft Bizarre will be Dec.4 and 5th at Bethel Baptist Church Gym. The chili supper will be from 4-8 pm on Dec.4th, $5 all you can eat and the craft booths will be open from 4-8pm on Friday and 9-2pm on Saturday. Good chance to get some Christ- mas shopping done! William D. Ellington AGENCY MANAGER Derek Ellington, Agent Owingsville Ph.: (606) 674-6335 I I FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE. OPFLEMING COUNTY "Since 1875" 108 Court Square, Flemingsburg 606'674-2237 FIRE, WIND, LIGHTNING, PERSONAL AND FARM LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Charles "dud" Hunt, Bath County Directory I L. ' .~ i. Martha Perkins, County Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences Celebrate America Recycles Day November 15 is America Recycles Day and is a day devot- ed to teaching Ameri- cans how to improve their recycling habits. Even if there is no recy- cling program available, we can still reduce the amount of waste we pro- duce by following the 3 R's, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Reduce the amount of waste you produce by: -purchasing items that Essential traits, for effective Challenges occur on a regular basis for many farm and agribusi- ness managers across the state; however, effective managers uti- lize their knowledge and skills to alleviate or eliminate the effects of these challenges. While top managers possess several posi: tive traits, good leadership and record-keeping skills are vital to their operations. Every day man- agers are responsible for interact- ing with employees, family mem- bers, customers and suppliers. As an effective manager, you should understand that management and leadership go hand in hand. Instead of just "running" a farm or agricultural business, good man- agers must motivate their employ- ees. In addition, managers should not be afraid to delegate tasks as needed. By valuing their input and opinions, managers are more likely to see employees perform at their highest levels. Information is everywhere for farm and agribusi- ness managers. While the amount of production, marketing and fi- nancial information needed to run a successful business can burden even the best managers, effective managers collect and sort through what they need, what they don't need and use what they have to improve future decisions. Many times the most useful information comes from records generated within your own business. There- fore, be sure to keep track of inputs used, outputs produced, costs in- curred and revenues generated to make informed decisions. do not have excess pack- around your house -sav- aging ing paper towel tubes, -buying products you glass jars, shoe boxes, use frequently in bulk etc. for craft projects, for -asking yourself if you a school's projects, for a really need an item be- daycare or church group. fore buying it. Recycle by: -composting Reuse items by: -us- items such as fruit and ing reusable bags when vegetable scraps and shopping -returningyard waste -donating plastic shopping bags electronic waste such to the store's recycling as old cell phones, cam- bin-keeping containers, puters and printers to such as coffee cans and charities if still in good jelly jars to store items working condition. To contact the Newspaper Office call: Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Mason County "Since 1879" Homeowners Farm Properties Mobile Homes Comrnerical Buildings Churches Call your local County Director for services Lonnie Vice p (606) 674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 or CONVERT to a High Emcieney Natural Gas 3wnaee and Receive a 8400.00 Cash Rebate High efficiency natural gas equipment can save you and your family money year after year. Furnace must be 90% efficient or greater and certain guidelines and restrictions do apply. Call your local Delta office for all the details or visit our website at www.deltagas.com. Offer available only to residential customers for a limited time. Ow ingsville 606-674' 2213 Toll-free 800-251-8477 Natural Gas II i I CALL HERITAGE MCGEHEE INSURANCE IIIIII I I I I I I t t