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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Nov. 17, 2010 9 II The Bath County Extension Homemakersare sponsoring a holiday bazaar on Saturday,. November 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Bath County Ag Education and Marketing Center on Highway 60 East at 1-64 exit 123. Ham and biscuits will be available in the morning and chili will be served during the noon hour. For more information, contact the Bath County Extension Office at 674-6121. The holiday season pared to any other timegive someone? How basket full of home- play or concert arc a item will last before is here, which means of year. Simple changesabout a gift certifi- made jellies, muffins real treat. Or make a you make a purchase. the high-waste season in your holiday habits cate? That way, you or cookies, charitable donation in Often, cheaper item is here, too. During the can make big differ- knbw the gift will be -Create a cookbook someone's name. will wear out long be- weeks between Thanks- ences. Here are a few used. that includes your -When you go shop: fore its more durable giving and New Year's, ideas on how to have a -Everyone appreci- family recipes, ping, bring your own equivalent. Americans produce an wonderful season and ates a home-cooked -Consider nonmate- reusable bags. -Remember to look extra one million tons still be earth friendly, meal or homemade rial gifts. Tickets to a -Think durable, for items made with of trash per week, corn- -Not sure what. to baked goods. Fill a sporting event, movie, Consider how long an recycled content. Johnny Purvis was Slate Road where ATV Purvis was deer to reach the injured Reportedly, Purvis injured Saturday when riders frequently ride hunting at the time. hunter. They locat- was taken by hell- the ATV he was driv- the cleared paths un- It took rescue work- ed him with the help copter to the Uni- ing rolled over on Old der the power line. ers quite sonde time of helicopter lights, versity of Kentucky Hospital. However, the hospital had no listing for him Tues- day morning. I e" A grass fire burned out of control Satur- day afternoon in the Bethel community on Pebble Oakley Road someone was burn- an adjoiningfield, ac- ers from Bethel and half. The fire burned near the Wyoming ing refuse behind an cording to the Bethel Sharpsburg extin- about seven acres. natural gas plant, abandoned houseand Volunteer Fire De- guished the fire in There were no inju- The fire started when the wind spread it to partment. Firefight- about an hour and a ries. Sign ups will be taken every Friday from 10 a.m.- 5 pm.. at the Abundance of Rain Church located at 6367 East Highway 60, in Salt Lick, KY and Guardian Angels Daycare (Entrance in back of church). From i-64 take exit 123 and head towards Salt Lick. We are three miles from the Crossroads Elementary Schqol Dec 19th will be the last day for Sign ups. Grim, Antiques to Applesauce Nur and Florist Soul , Ewin Judy s _Crafts Amish. Buggie Rides a['Historic Ewing De ot o o , . p Amish Grilled Chicken Dinner at Ewing Firehouse Creekside Country Store : Ray Yoder Sewing Notions - Jenn er Buchanan - Baked Goods + 0o. +r,~k __ Robyn Bumgardner- Jewelry ' AD Carla Plummer- Face Painting, Hair Bows Eddie HaOqeld- Corn Hole Tournament NIv'" Hutton Loyd Tree Farms-, Christmas Trees, wreaths' Steve Wagner - Furniture t I