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16 November 11, 2009 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook I Dinosaurs, ballerinas, bumblebees, witches, clowns and even Santa Claus visited Central Kentucky Veterinary Services on Wednesday! Twenty nine costumed pets had their pictures taken to be entered in the second annual Costume Pet Contest. The pets and their owners enjoyed traditional Halloween treats while waiting for their turn in front of the camera. Each pet went home with a treat bag ladened with sample,v ,d goodies from veterinary suppliers and the staff at Central Kentucky Veterinary Ser ;i s."13oor prizes give were: 1.Yearly Exam - Daisy Favorite (an Angel) " 2. Microchip - Rocky Coburn ( a hotdog) 3. Microchip- Buffy Flanigin {a bumblebee) 4. Office Visit Navar Waterhouse (a Construction Worker) 5. 1 month Advantix- Oscar Pierce ( a football player) 6. Puparazzi gift - Bailie Gray ( a firechief) %;+ % r b" "~ One Bath County High School foreign exchange student will help Bath County students and faculty celebrate International Education Week November 16-20. Joona Hulkkonert, 16, is from Suomus- salmi, Finland. During the week, Joona will be available to speak to classes about his culture, post signs in Finnish to label various parts of the school building, dis- play items from his country and appear on Tom and Judy's WMST morning radio show on Tuesday. Joona Is here as art of an ex Picutres of all costumed animals are on the website, www.centralkyvet.com and winners wilf~~ " P - ~change program provided by the be chosen from votes placed by viewers on the website. Prizes will be given to the winners.] 1st prize $50.00 gift certificate 2nd prize $35.00 gift certificate 3rd prize $25.00giftJ Center for Cultural Interchange. certificate ~ ] CCIs exchange students must pass an English proficiency test "Teen Work" Jacob Everman was caught by the Outlook camera stocking the shelves with Ale-8 at Ed's Goody Mart. Everman is a senior at BCHS and gets real world work experience through the Co-Op Program. Everman works about 15 hours a week and says the he is grateful for the chance to make some extra money. "1 like being able to have extra maneY for things like gas and movies and stuff" Everman said. "The Co-Op program also gives me a chance to get work experience" Front Row L to R--Danielle Hamilton, Kim Hamilton Back Row L to R--Howard Hamilton, Joona Hulkkonen experience," says Kim. "Joona and says. "You get new friends and and Joona speaks fluent English. Danielle have a great brother and memories that will last a life- Suomussalmi's population is sister relationship. CCI has been time." 9,402, while Owingsville has a wonderful company to work While Joona is the only foreign about 1,500 residents. "Owings- with." Host families and students exchange student at BCHS, he xille is a lot smaller, but I like it are matched by a process that not remains in contact with eight ex- very much," he says. Suomus- only involves the American fami- change students attending Mont- salmi is in the reindeer region of lies but also works with a partner gomery County High School. Finland and tourist sites tout the company in the foreign country Once a month, Jooua joins the :Santa Claus connection in the where prospective students are in- MCHS students for activities north of Finland. terviewed and evaluated in order such as bowling, visiting Lexing- One main difference in his to find the best fit. "The selection ton's horse country, touring Mt. school in Finland and American process to fit your family is very Sterling's Ruth Hunt Candies, schools is schools in Finland do important," says Kim. "Joona and soon they will be working not offer sports, although club is such a good fit to our family." on a Christmas parade float. The sports outside of school are avail- Joona is also a good fit for the high students are encouraged to join able. At Bath County Joona has school, according to Principal Greenheart, an environmental pro-. on the cross-country team Paul Prater. "Joona is a remark- gram that is part of CCI. Students d is a member of Fellowship able young man who is a pleasure u.3tl~Rly arrive before school starts He is also to be around," Prater says. "He is in August and leave after the final active in a church youth group. In well-behaved, hardworking, intel- days of classes in the spring. Oc- Finland his favorite food is deer ligent, and has truly capitalized on casionally, half-year students are meat but here he likes fried chick- learning through his involvement part of the program. Janet John- en. His host family includes par- in the International Foreign Ex- son is the local area representative ents Howard and Kim Hamilton change Program. Joona has been for CCI. Any families interested and host sister DanMle. "We have a wonderful ambassador for his in hosting or knowing more about really enjoyed learning his cus- country." the program may contact Johnson toms and teaching him ours," says "You learn so much and you at 859-498-5149 or go to www. Howard. It has been a wonderful learn a new language," Joona cci-exchange.org. Photo submitted Ms. Jennifer Blount talked to students during Red Ribbon Week about the effect that drugs can have on their bod- ies. The lesson, titled 'Yolks on You' helped students see how drug usage can cause permanent and irreversible damage. The students watched an egg be cracked and discovered that it could not be put back together again - not even with gorilla glue. They also watched as another egg was cracked just once and compared to just do drugs one time. They learned one time" choice can be life altering. They also discussed how athletes wouldn't want to play on a stress fracture because it would eventually brake, be very painful, and cause damage that could result in having to give up something you really love doing. These students know they will have to face many tough choices in life and feel that the activities covered during Red Ribbon Week will remind them to THINK before they act. Red Ribbon Week activities were provided by the BCMS Youth Service Center. 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DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 17 August 2009, to raise the sum of $81,477.47, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the COurt- house door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 14 November 2009, at the hour of 12:00 p.m the following described property: The following described property located in Bath County, Kentucky, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and ~ing in Bath County, Kentucky, commencing at an iron pin found in the right-of-way of Old Kentucky 826 anda comer to Lot 59 of the Licking Valley Subdivision, recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 2, (now Slide Cabinet B, Slide 46) in the Bath County Clerk's Office; thence with the right-of-way of Old Kentucky 826 North 49 degrees 16 minutes 00 seconds West, a distance of 98.00 feet to an iron pin set; thence with a new division line of Lot 60 North 44 degrees 57 minutes 05 seconds East, a distance of 182.25 feet to an iron pin set in the line of Lot 53; thence with the line of Lot 53 South 43 degrees 47 minutes 00 seconds East, a distance of 98.00 feet to an iron pin found and a comer Lot 59; thence with Lot 59 South 45 degrees 01 . minutes 54 seconds West, a distance of 172.88 feet to the point of beginning. Said described tract containing 0.398 acre, more or less. BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to Darrell Tackett and Kerrie Tackett, married, by virtue of a deed from Phillip Carter, signed by his attomey-in-fact, Amanda Carter, of record in Book 200, Page 374, Bath County, Kentucky, and Amanda Carter, married, dated June 26, 2002, filed June 28, 2002, recorded in Deed Book 200, Page 379, County Clerk's Office, Bath County, Kentucky. Parcel No.: 080-00-00-015.24 Address 586 Old River Road, Salt Lick, Kentucky 40371 This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) per cent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of sixty (60) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in 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 sale until paid, which bond shall havethe full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. s/Hon. Earl Rogers I11, Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in The ~ath County News-Outlook, Wednesday, Oct 28, Nov. 4 and 11, 2009