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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 13, 2014 - 21 Photo submitted by Kelly Wilson Dr. Lori Baruth, professor of Clarinet at Morehead State University, .worked with Bath County High School Band's clarinet players last Frida Photo by Cecil Lawson The Owingsville Post Office honored one of their own for his military service this year. Kenny Williams is a U. S. Army veteran who served in the 82nd Airborne, and he was recognized for his service from the U. S Postal Service with a certificate, presented by Ow- ingsville Postmaster Allan =Styx" Hicks, with his fellow postal" workers looking on. "I'he President's Perform- ing Arts ,mad Speakers Pro- gr`mn (P&SP) was created to etflaance the vitality of MSU and to expand the intellectual enffagement of the University's students, faculty and staff, and communi The Presidential Lecture Series, h component of offers an opportunity to renowned speakers, perform- ers and scholars to campus while drawing interdisciplinary groups togealer:. The Lee e Hill Harper will be featured Series consists of at least one dtuingthePresident sPerform_ lecture or performance each h gArts and Speakers Program academic year. Each event is (PASP), Thursday, Nov. 13, at 7 coordinated with and co-spon- p.m at Morehead State Univer- sored by an academic college and the Division of Student IJfe, "Perspectives with Hill Harp- and is intended to have a broad The Honor's Board student at Bath County High School, for the week of November 5th - November 12th as chosen by Mrs. Fugett is Dylan Montgomery. Mrs. Fugett picked Dylan because "1 appreciate his positive attitude and his commitment to always doing his best. With his fantastic work ethic, intelligence and attitude, I know Dylan will have a great future." When asked about his selection, Dylan said, "1 enjoy Mrs. Fugett's class because she makes what she teaches very easy to understand. Also, she makes the class fun." BB BiB Taylor Caudill is this week's senior spotlight. Taylor plans on attending the University of Kentucky next fall where she'll major in advertising and minor in photography. After acquir- ing a degree she plans on ber of the Owingsville First Christian Church and has been for many years. Whenever asked about her time here at BCHS Taylor had this to say, "It's been a great experience and as much as I thought I el' is co-hosted by MSU's Di- appeal and stimulate discussion vision of Student Life. Hill's ap across the University mad com- Photo courtesy of Stacy Kier pearance be held in Button muni Auditorium. Additional information is Stacy Kier, of Owingsville, was recognized as Adminis- Tickets are free and available available by calling 606-783-2071 1 trative Employee of the Year 2014 at the Kentucky De- to the general public, or emailing hffo@morehead- I partment for Juvenile Justice's annual awards ceremony Hfi'per is an award-wimi .,, state.edu orvisiting.204Adronlin Frankfort last :I" ~$he ~works at the Morehead actor, bestsel]ing author, and Doran University Center. ]Youth DevelopmentCenter. philanthropist. He starred on the CBS "I drama CSI: NY from 2004-13. In March 2013, he joined the USA Network spy &ama Covert Affairs. Harper is the author of four New York Times bestsellers mad has earned seven NAACP hnage Awards for his writing and act- ing. He is fotmder of the Mani- fest Your Destiny Foundation, dexticated to enapowefing un- derserved youth through men- torship, scholarship, and grant programs. -" Harper graduated magma cum "laude with a bachelors degree from Brown University and cama laude with aJuris Doc- torate degree from Harvard Law ,School. He also holds a masters degree with honors from Harvard Universi s Ken- nedy School of Government and has honorary doctorate degrees from W'mston-Salem State University, Cheyney Uni- versity, Westfield State College, qbugaloo College, Dfllard Uni- versity `mad Howard Universi He travels frequently as a mo- tivational speaker, addressing a wide range of audiences, in- cluding youth, adults, couples, `mad business leaders. People Magazine named him one of its Sexiest Men Alive. Thank you for your and votes. I appreciate all those who exercised their right to vote. I commend Howard David Stone and his family for running a clean race. I wish him the best in his future ndeavors and this Veterans' Day, I thank Sonny Rawlings and Doug Stone for the beautiful flags flying in Bethel, Owingsville, Salt Lick and Sharps- burg. I also want to thank my family, espe- cially Wayne and Aaron for their patience during this election season and Sharon Tussey, Rosemary Thomas and Linda Copher and their families for their time and support. Thank you, Jacky Smith Watson getting a job in advertising management. Extracurricular Activi- ties: FCA, FBLA, SADD, STLP, Strategic Gamin , and the WorldI Language club. Taylor is also a mem- didn't enjoy my first three years my senior year has made me really will miss it all when I graduate. It'll just a few short months and won't be a student here afiy longer." Amish Crew Pole Barns- Hay Barns- Sheds - Barn Repair - Roofing- Garage- Foundation Remodel /= All Types of Carpentry /? 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