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Commun,t00c00" " THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of November 28- December 5, 2002 1 Students at Owingsville tary School enjoyed ing" on Friday, Teacher&apos;s had a chance lessons to different traveled from room to riencing different activities i teacher's room they day's theme was different cultures. Above, Byrd and Dalton Armita graders, act out the When Father Eats the Stephanie Hogge's Frenchburg, KY . 606-768-6030 Call Diana McNabb (606) 674-8011 RT. 36, OLYMPIA, BATH CO. - New home on 3+ rolling acres, large barn, black board fence, city water, central heat/air, 3 BR, LR, kitchen & dining combo, 1 full bath, utility room, and carport. $89,500. RT. 211, BATH CO, - Large style home located toclose to Run Lake and Rudy's Horse Brick home features 3 BR, 2 full formal DR, formal LR, FR, kit/dining, car garage, machinery shed. $129 Woman's Club Open House is Sunday, Dec. 1 [ --from front page [ Directions to the home include driv- ing up Peasticks Road offU.S. 60 East and traveling i .9 miles to the fork and turning to the left. Then go .8 miles to the second fork and turn left. Then go .2 miles right past the Old Virginia Church to the first blacktop road and turning left on Blueberry Lane. The homes will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. with the tea being held at the Hicks home. Tickets are available at the door of any of the three homes. Hospice care brings comfort, counseling to terminal patients [ --from front page ] Foodland Banteroll -- Next Dratvin0 Saturday. Not,ember 30th for $200 0C hospice. The family is directly involved in making decisions and in helping the person they love. There exists a common miscon- ception in hospice care. Many as- sume its for elderly cancer patients. Franklin and her staff know differ- ently. "It doesn't have to be elderly peo- ple and it isn't just cancer patients," says Franklin. Franklin says the center has cared for multiple infants and children, as well as middle-aged individuals. Hospice serves some patients for two days and other times for over six months. Franklin says some pa- tients who continually improve even "graduate" out of hospice care. The hospice center serves many patients in Bath County. Some of the those patients are in nursing homes. Owingsville resident Brenda Blevins has experienced hospice care firsthand, twice. Her father was treated in 1994 before his death from cancer. In September, her mother, Elizabeth Adams began hospice care after a stroke. Adams is a resident of Hilltop Lodge Nurs- ing and Rehabilitation Center. "It's an extra service," says Blevins. "It not only makes my mother more comfortable, it makes me feel more comfortable." Blevins has nothing negative to say about hospice care or her par- ents' experiences. "The care is excellent," she says. Blevins says the hospice team is well trained, professional and close to her family. She is also pleased with the vol- unteers who come to see her moth- er. One sings to her and reads her books. Under Medicare, Medicaid, most private insurance plans and HMOs, hospice care is available to benefi- ciaries or their families at little or no cost. Donations also help fund. Hos- pice turns no one away, Franklin says. Another facet of the hospice mis- sion is encouraging discussion, among those who are well, con- cerning care in time of sickness. While the thought of being termi- nally ill is a difficult thing for most, lack of discussion may result in someone else making decisions for a person The center at Morehead is in its 20th year. Franklin has been serv- ing the center, in some capacity, for it's entire duration. She has seen many families enter and exit the lives of her staff and says people who work in hospice care "can't not be affected." Every year, staff hold a memorial service to remember those they have served who have passed away. There are some pa- tients who touch their lives so that they are never forgotten. Franklin says reward for the workers is personal, not financial. It is also humbling. "Every day is a new day around here," says Franklin smiling thoughtfully. "There are no promis- es-to anyone." b.m i sb #9 E.he amid00 00a,,n < +" e.h00tma+, (5.pen  Saturday, November 30th ' from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. & Sunday, December 1st from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. We have a lot of new items on the floor and there will be savings storewide Door prizes and refreshments will be served. We would like to take this time to say "thank you" for your business. Also, we would like to wish you Happy Holidays// Frosty, Chandy, Kyle & Maegan Solid Oak and Cherry Furniture Salt Lick, KY 40371 (606) 683-6065 .... Owingsville I-00OODLAND =lb 19 Water Street Owingsville (606) 874.2211 Stove Top Stuffing, asst. var., 6 oz., w/coupon from exp. ad., limit 1 ......... 79 Maxwell House Coffee, asst. Mar., 3539 oz., except decaf, w/coupon from exp. ad., limit 1 .$2.99 Coke & Coke Products, 12 pk., 12 oz .............................. 2/$5.00 Domino Sugar, 5 lb. bag ......................................... $1.99 College Inn Chicken or Beef Broth, 14.5 oz ......................... 2/$1.00 Del Monte Vegetables, asst. var., 11-15.25 oz ....................... 2/$1.00 General Mills Chex Cereals, asst. var., 12-16 oz ...................... 2/$5.00 Hershey Baking Chips, asst. var., 10-12 oz .......................... 2/$3.00 Dole Pineapple, asst. var., 20 oz .................................... 99 Butterball Frozen Turkeys, 10 lb. & Up ..................................... $1.19 lb. Honeysuckle Hen or Tom Turkey's Frozen, Basted, 10 Ibs. & up .................... 99 lb. Farm Fresh Hen or Tom Turkeys, Frozen, Basted, with timer 10 Ibs. & up ............. 59 lb. Farm Fresh Round Boneless Ham Whole or Half, Ib .............................. $1.39 Farm Fresh Brand Chicken Roasters, Ib ....................................... $1.19 Fresh Select East Coast Oysters, 8 oz. can .................................... $4.99 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, Ib ........................................ $1.99 Eckrich Meat Bologna or Franks, 16 oz ......................................... 99 Jimmy Dean Sausage Roll or Links, 10-16 oz. pkg ................................ $1.99 Wilson Gem King Boneless Ham, 5 Ib ..................... ". ................... $5.99 Foodland Milk, gallon, with 2 filled cards ...................... $1.09 Kellogg Pop Tarts, 8 ct., with 1 filled card ...................... $1.29 Act II Popcorn, 3 pack, with 1 filled card .......... . ............ $1.19 Hungry Jack Scalloped or Augratin Potatoes, 7,8 oz., with 1 filled card .89 Reynolds Turkey Size Oven Bags, 2 count, with 1 filled card ....... $1.09 NEW!! Dart - This Week Only - $7.99 Reg. Price $8.69 Barbecue Chicken, ($1.99 with 1 Price Breaker), Limit 2, Sat./Sun. Only .............................. $2.99 Bakery Fresh Pumpkin Pie ........................... 2/$4.00