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7 5P"IP MtO IRli tll,)OI fOlffll Y (Of 14 COl.\\;,. !.,i"I13&apos; %g.l! [ICH illt l,litl IIII t i 'i i'  I ,: t + ; "7.: :'+:>'':2'+'r: .. ++ ,+ f -+t r+, +% stories--The Bath County been busy lately with "Project irne," a project initiated to deliver books to for children to read while in wait- t, November 20, mother and Michelle and Mikayla Ray along with rand son Connie and Ben Scaggs delivered of books to the Bath Medical Clinic on Water Street in Owingsville. Pictured from the left are the Scaggs', Sonja McCarty, co-office manag- er at Bath Medical Clinic and the Rays. Ray is a member of the Harpers-White Oak Homemakers and Scaggs is a member of the Slate Valley Homemakers. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kram- er) Gary Hamilton, Agricultural Agent Carole Risen, Home Agent Tera Rawlings, 4-H Agent John K. Wills, Agricultural Agent Emeritus parents can children's skills mda Fowler, University Extension have an important role in ng children to develop reading Reading is an important per- social and educational activi- to research, here are :Suggestions for parents to prac- )build children's reading skills: )emonstrate enjoyment of readin what Lg about how Shave contributed to your lives. your child to select s at the local library. confidence and praise for your child's accomplish- ments. * Read and re-read your child's favorite book to him or her. Children often memorize stories, and will en- joy readying back to you, what they have heard before. Identify objects in the pictures. Refer to books in conversation. * Keep learning fun. Trying to teach children to read at an early age, is not co-related with early reading and can cause frustration. Break up learning actiyities into manageable blockL'that relate to your child's age level and attention span. Play games that involve filling in words in famil- iar sentences and rhythms. Provide writing materials for children to prac- tice with. Use newspapers and mag- azines to cut out words and pictures, to make a homemade book with the child as the author. Record a favorite book on tape, so that children can read along with the tape. Encourage children to write notes to friends and 'relatives. * Invite children to help you read cooking instructions, as you follow a recipe to prepare food for a snack or a meal. * Talk to your child about every- day happenings. Show your interest in what your child has to say. Point out words that your child sees on signs and stores. * Expand your conversations as your child learns through your ex- P.5 acre farm on Highway 36 and White Oak Road 3 barns, 2 ponds, city water, creek, some woods. acre farm at 2029 Adams Road - Has a 2-story house, large outbuilding, barn, 2 ponds, city several acres of woods, 1/2 mile road frontage. 200 acres in good grass. S rOlqE REALTY Complete Sales and Auction Service Residential- Farms. Commercial 2944 W. Tunnel Hill, Owingsville Stone - Broker, Certified Building Inspector Phone:. 606-247-3052 Cell: 606-782-3680 L.W. Patton - Auctioneer, Sales Associate Phone: 606-683-2250 Cell: 606-776-6162 ea00yett' -"  C0me in and compare pricesl Brand Fa,,hiona For j.,sx"  w0n'tbe tmdersoldl o Cargo Panl 2499 \\;OMen's S(art & I let Set 13  lanai brand lops /Collal Grat k)r School ' I]nilorm ]2 E. ,t,n,t St.. ;'dr. Ste.h,lc 859-409-0899 Or 859-585-7075 E,%h+tl + t;t'ocet(cgmlkotec.t,t), 3.10m-Fzl.. 10-o+ Sat. 10-4 ample, in the practice of using words and seeing words as symbols for understanding language. By providing a variety of oppor- tunities and resources for your child to read, by being a role model, and by providing praise for your child's ac- complishments, you can develop the reading potential and ability of your child. On the healthy side Many people are trying to be health-conscious in making food choices. However, it is appropriate to have a portion of traditional fam- ily treats in moderation. Use the fol- lowing tips to lighten the holiday meal. Baked turkey. Choose a plain turkey over a self-basting bird, to lower the sodium content. To ensure a moist turkey, do not stuff, leave the skin on while roasting, and remove from oven, when the internal tem- perature reaches 180F in the breast. Dressing/stuffing. Use a little less bread and add more onions, celery, vegetables or even fruits, such as cranberries and apples. Gravy. Use a gravy cup to refrig- erate the pan juices to harden the fat, and skim off before making gravy. This saves about 56 grams of fat per cup. Mashed potatoes. For the liquid, use skim mil fat-free evaporated milk, half-lOw fat buttermilk and half-fat flee chicken broth, and a little garlic powder and if desired, fresh ground pepper. Sweet potatoes. Sweeten with fruit juice (apple) and flavor with cinnamon. Leave off the margarine and marshmallows. Green bean casserole. Cook fresh green beans with chunks of potatoes instead of cream soup. Top with al- monds instead of fried onion rings. Bread. Serve smaller portions or omit. Use reduced calorie margarine instead of butter. Applications are being accepted for WHIP The Wildlife ,Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) is a USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Now Accepting Patients 'I' Fred V. Laus6, D.P.M. 112 W. High Street Mt. Sterling, Ky. Podiatr!st- Specializing in the mediCal a<nd surgical treatment --of foot a'hd ankle disorders Caff498-5151 for an appointment Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ' Hunt Real Estate 1420 W. Lexington Ave. Winchester, KY .......... , i ima 859-737-2400. 888-696-2400 449 B - Ely Branch Rd. - This beautiful breathtaking 6 acres with a pond would be an excellent place to build your dream home on. You may want to keep lot for pasture, if not looking to build on. $33,500. 851 Johnson Ford Rd. - Wonderful Bath County farm. Has a 2 year old doublewide on property with city water. Great for recreational use or farming. Home has four large bedrooms with lots of storage. Master bedroom has a master retreat area. $113,000. I I I Beta Clubpresents check--A "rock-a-then" put on last year by the Junior Beta Club at BathCounty Middle School raised almost $1,200 to buy rocking chairs for the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and mother/baby unit at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. The--rock-a-then, in which 60 Beta Club members gathered pledges for rocking in rocking chairs for about nine hours, was held in honor of Jason Shepetes, who contracted meningitis when he was two days old. On Friday, November 15, Central Baptist Hospital staff members Vicki Stephens, director of the NICU and Sandy McKeown, director of the mother/baby unit accepted the check during the 2002 Beta induction ceremony at BCMS. Standing with them is student Ben Groves, BCMS Junior Beta Club member. Judy Ingala, vice president of women's and children's services at the hospital, said: "We at Central Baptist Hospital have been so amazed to see the dedication and compassion shown by the 'members of the Junior Beta Club of Bath County. It is unusual and gratifying to be the recipient of such a large gift from student fund- raising efforts and to have the opportunity through their efforts to bring comfort to the parents of some of our tiniest and sickest infants." (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) (NRCS) program that provides iandusers an opportunity to improve wildlife habitat on their land. Landus- ers can receive up to 75% cost-share assistance for eligible WHIP prac- tices on land they own or control. In Kentucky, the primary focus of WHIP for 2003 is to restore and create early successional habitats. Planting native grasses, shrubs( and wildlife-friendly introduced grasses are eligible practices under Ken- tucky's 2003 WHIP cost-share assis- tance. Other practices that are eligible for cost-share assistance include fil- ter strips; forest stand improvement; field borders; tree plantings; riparian buffers; wildlife watering holes; and fencing to exclude livestock from streams, woodland, wetlands, and wildlife lands. Since WHIP is competitive, an environmental evaluation and rank: ing process is used to determine which applications provide the most habitat benefits. These applications are most likely to receive funding. To apply for WHIP, contact your local USDA Service Center conservationist or your gigt with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Landowners may apply for WHIP funding at any time. Applications must be received by December 20, 2002 for consideration under the 2003 program. Applications received after that date will be held until the next evaluation period. Savage Modd 111 with scope and case, $350.00 + tax (stock on hand) .410 OAJ new in box- $437.50 + tax (one left) S&W Knife & Hatchet Set- S2?.s0 Starting December 8th we will be open 12:00 to 5:00 on Sunday until Christmas Lay Away for Christmas!!! IRED OF LOW CD RATES? . CALL ME!!!, (Additional .50% first year bonus included) Flex 8 Flex 8 Flex 8 0 * 0 * 0 * 5'85 YO r 6"35 Yo 7.75 Yo Under $50,000 Over $501000 Over $100,000 ' Ideal for CD Transfer, IRA, 401K Rollovers - ..... . Guaranteed Safety of Principal and Interest Penalty-Free Withdrawals of 10% per year after year 1 . Lifetime Income Options Available . 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