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notebook THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of November 28 - December 5, 2002 9 Jr. Beta Club inductees-- The nty Middle School Junior Beta Club had i002 induction ceremony on Friday, Novem- ell. Above, the new members recite the Beta i. during the ceremony. The club's new grade members are Austin Anderson, rnett, Aleisha Farmer, Amanda Finch, Fugate, Brittany House, Julia Hutchinson, .!l][IS closed . December 1 !S will be fumigating the :g over Thanksgiving break. part of our pest management L The building will be closed Students, faculty, and staff, t, December 1, at 6 p.m. :her held Bath County High School will be December 2, from 6- week of Dec. 2 Bread/bacon/lettuce/ tg; fruit or juice; iii -- Scrambled eggs ;toast/ :/,]mit or juice; and milk. -- Sausage/biscuit/ Lfajuice; and milk. )ia. --S Breakfast pizza; fruit ; annd milk. il..- Ham/cheese/biscuit; IIjuice; and milk. r lh: '  -- Chopped steak/A-1 Iraashed potatoes; green beans; kl_ rolls; orange wedges; and r lhl3 -- Stuffed crust pizza; -.. fries/ketchup; cauliflower/ ]Vroccoli/ranch dressing; Oreo i ]dessert; and milk. I II  -- Chili/crackers; t  _wedges; sliced peaches; car- r arY sticks; and milk. '--Chicken patty/bun; t o/lltomato/pJckle spears; but- salad dressing; cookies; Coru dog/mustard; steak cole slaw; ice cream ilk. week of Dec. 2 'i ._s st: 1. -- Biscuit/gravy; fruit; -- Sausage/bO'n or cere- '! anq milk'. -- Cereal; toast; fruit; ltlilb -- French toast stick/ '; fruit; and milk. !-- Breakfast pizza; fruit; ilk. tch: ',. -- Pizza or corn dog; lh friees; corn; fruit; and milk.  Chicken rings/rolls; 11 potatoes; green beans; fruit; Chopped steak/ toast; baked potato; salad; fruit; i[g; and milk. iLs.dg  Cheeseburger; ih f tomato/lettuce/onion/  fruit, and milk. l---S Hot ham/cfieese; chips; [e. w/dip; Jell-O cake w/Cool I v Icing; and milk. :u, week of Dec. 2 [-akfast: -- Cereal; toast; fruit or I; and-milk.  Sausage/bun; fruit or D an-d-'-milk.  .  Biscuit/ham; trmt [.%; and milk. [li-- Cereal; muffins; fruit ee; nnd milk. .ax_Breakfast pizza; fruit or l ; and milk. _-- Hamburger/bun; pick- |mtato smiles; buttered veggies; [!ein.g; and milk. -- Pizza; French fries; .!1. pleslices; cookie; and milk. -  Chicken rings; Shandy Karrick, Kayla Kelly, Stephanie Lough, Chandler Maze, Jarrod Meighan, Ashley Sams, Casey Shultz, Angela Spence, Amy Waiters, Scot- ty White, Kristen Bailey, Krystin Shrout, Chelsea Juarbe, Felicia Buckner, Steven Hovermale and eigth grader Laranda Wilder. (News-Outlook pho- to, Sunny Kramer) mashed potatoes; buttered carrots; roll; and milk. Thursday -- Taco salad; chips; green beans; sliced peaches; juice bar; and milk. -- Chicken patty/bun; po- tato wedges; corn; banana pudding; and milk. Bethel Elementary Menu, week of Dec. 2 Breakfast: -- Cinnamon toast; ce- real; cereal; juice or fruit; and milk.  Morns for Muffins (Donohew); biscuit/gravy; juice or fruit; and milk. Wednesday -- Donuts; cereal; juice or fruit; and milk. Thursday -- Biscuit/bologna; juice or fruit; and milk. -- Breakfast pizza; juice or fruit; and milk. Lunch: -- Hot dog/bun; French fries; fruit; cookie; and milk.  Chicken nuggets; baby lima beans; mandarin oranges; roll; and milk. Wednesday -- Pizza; tossed sal- ad; apple; fruit roll up; and milk. Thursday -- Ham/cheese Hot Pocket; green beans; apricots; and milk. -- Sloppy Joe/bun; French fries; Jell-O; fruit; and milk. Salt Lick School Menu, week of Dec. 2 Breakfast: -- Cereal; grilled cheese; fruit or juice; and milk. -- Bologna/biscuit; fruit or juice; and milk. Wednesday -- Breakfast pizza; fruit or juice; and milk. Thursday  Cereal; pop-tart; fruit or juice; and milk. -- Pancake; sausage; fruit or juice; and milk. Lunch: -- Corn dog; macaroni/ cheese; peas; applesauce; and milk. -- Chicken patty/bun; French fries; carrots; cookie; and milk. Wednesday -- Ham; mashed po- tatoes; green beans; bread; brownie; and milk. -- Chili/crackers; pea- nut butter sandwich; vegetable sticks; fruit Jell-O; and milk. -- Taco salad; taco chips; corn; peach cobbler; and milk. Local students included in the National Dean's List A total of 15 students from this area are among the approximately 140,000 students included in the 25th Annual Edition of The National Dean's List, 2001-2002. They are, Malissa Cook, Ashley Bromagen, Leslie A. Conyers, Darvin Crouch, Valerie Garrett, Joseph Hammack, Britt Ingram, Rachael Ingram, Eliz- abeth Lees, Agty McClain, Jane Miller, Crystal Riddle, Haven Scott, Ashley Frizzell, and Tonya Patrick. The National Dean's List, published by Educational Communications, Inc., is the largest recognition pro- gram and publication in the nation honoring high achieving college stu- dents. Students are selected for this hon- or by their college deans, registrars or honor society advisors and must be in the upper 10% of their class, on their school's "Dean's List", or have earned a comparable honor. Listed students are eligible to compete for $50,000 in scholarship awards fund- ed by the publisher, and may use a referral service for future employ- ment opportunities. More than 2,500 colleges and universities nationwide use the publication to recognize their academically qualified students. To learn about The National Dean's List visit www.honoring.com. MSU to close for Thanksgiving MSU will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, Wednesday through Friday, November 27-29. Offices will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, December 2, at 8 a.m. The University Post Office will be open Friday, November 29, from 8 a.m.-noon, to distribute mail to UPO boxes only. Window service will not be available. The Camden-Carroll Library will be closed Wednesday through Sat- urday. The library will reopen Sun- day on its regular fall schedule. HAPPY THANKSGIVING At this time of Thanksgiving, I want to say Thanks to my family, and friends for their support in the recent election. I am thankful to the voters that took the time to write in their vote me. I am thankful that we live in a country where we are allowed to vote. November student$ of the month-- Bath County Middle School, in conjunction with the BCMS Youth Service Center, honored Students of the Month, for November. Pictured in the front row, from the left are, fifth and seventh graders: Eliza- beth Eversole, Kayla Willoughby, Landon Hogge, Tanner Swartz, Aleisha Farmer, Kayla Kelly, Shandy Kardck and Kelly Barnett. In the back row Any questions or concerns should be directed to the MSU Police De- partment, at 783-2035. They will distribute all calls to the appropriate units. 4 MSU faculty members receive honors Four MSU faculty members re- ceived honors during the 88th annu- al meeting of the Kentucky Acade- my of Science (KAS), November 7-8. Dr. Bruce Mattingly, chair of MSU's Department of Psychology, was elected vice president of KAS for 2003. The office holds a four- year commitment, where he will be- come president-elect in 2004 and president of the organization in 2005. Only one other MSU faculty mem- ber, Dr. John Philley (1980-81), former vice president of academic affairs and professor emeritus ofgeo- sctence, has held the office of KAS president. Dr. Mattingly has been a member of KAS for more than 20 years and has held several offices within the organization, including two terms as an elected governing board member. He,reived the KAS Outstanding College/University Science Teach- er Award in 1993. Dr. David Olson, associate pro- fessor of psychology, was elected chair of the KAS Psychology Sec- tion, beginning in January. After considering several grant applications from across the state, KAS awarded both of its annual grants to MSU researchers Dr. Ilsun White and Dr. Scan O'Keefe. Dr. White is an associate profes- sor of psychology, and received a $10,000 grant to study the involve- ment of the hippocampus in the hy- peractive behavior of rats. A faculty member since 2001, Dr. White has dedicated most of her research ef- forts into learning how brain activi- ty, mainly in the prefrontal cortex, is linked to various behaviors. Dr. O'Keefe is an assistant professor of biology, and received a $9,881 grant to sample and catalog water beetles in Central Kentucky. Established in 1914, KAS encour- ages scientific research and promotes the dissemination of the scientific interests of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is an affiliate of the American Association for the Ad- vancement of Science and the Na- tional Association of Academies of Science. Additional information is avail- able, by calling Dr. Mattingly, at 1- 606-783-2983. Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday night of each month. Jeff Ray, President Glynis Boggs, Secretary I Thank you for your support. Ivl.so. s s,o00sl WaEne Watson "-"""""' ..................... [ Mt. Sterling ByPass [ l 859-498-3511 ' I are sixth and eighth graders: Megan Goloie, Ash- ley Chambers, Dylan Dailey, Zachary Metz, Katherine Sharp, Brittany Stull, Joshua Denkins and Adam Halbert. The students received a certif- icate, a pin, a can of pop and a coupon fora free ice cream cone from both McDonalds and Dairy Queen. (News-Outlook photo, Sunny Kramer) TO HELP PREVENT MARIJUANA USE BY YOUR KIDS, HELP THEM ROLL THIS. Pmats who got iolved in thek ldldm aetlvttins mine kid= who m lest likely to meke Call 1-800-432-9337. 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