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4 - November 28, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook BATH COUNTY FIS-CAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Thursday of the month at the Court House Annex at 10 a. m. BATH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA-TION holds its regular monthly meeting on the fourth Monday of the month at the Board Office Annex at 7 p.m. Working session starts at 5:30 a.m. at the Board Office conference room. For the months of No- vember and December, the regular meeting is held on the third Tues- day of the month. SHARPSBURG CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Monday of the month at Sharpsburg City Hall at 7 p. m. SALT LICK CITY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Depart- ment at 6 p.m. OWINGSVILLE crIY COUNCIL holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Monday of the month at Owingsville City Hall at 7 p.m. OWINGSVILLE/ BATH COUNTY" CHAMBER OF COM-MERCE holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at various loca- tions at noon. THE BATH COUNTY RESCUE SQUAD holds its weekly meet- ing every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the Res- cue Squad building on U. S 60 East, Owingsville. THE BATH COUNTY AMBULANCE SER- VICE BOARD holds it regular month- ly meeting their second Thursday eveniag of the month at 6 p.m at the Am- bulance Service on Row- land Ave. in Owingsville. THE BETHEL VOL- UNTEER FIRE DE- PARTMENT AUXIL- IARY meets the 4th Thurs- day of every month at 7:00pm at the Bethel Vol- unteer Fire Department. Any interested persons are invited to attend. PARK AND REC The Bath County Parks and Recreation Board holds its regular month- ly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. at OwingsviUe City Hall, unless adver tised differently. STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY The Bath County Me- morial Library has Story Time for toddlers on Tuesdays and for pre- schoolers on Fridays, both at 10 a.m. NEIGH- BORHOOD WATCH 8500.00 reward for in- formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any illegal activity in the areas of the Preston Neighborhood Watch Group. This includes, but not limited to, DUI, drug dealing, drug use, child abuse/neglect, animal abuse/neglect, thefts, lit- tering, etc. Information will be kept confidential - contact Sheriff "Tuffy" Snedegar (606)336-1948 or Mike Ratliff (859)585- 2380. ATTENTION VETERANS A Veterans Benefits Field Representative will be at the VA Clinic 333 Beacon Hill Drive, More- head, KY on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The hours are 8:30am un- til 3pm. For further informa- tion, please call toll free within KY 1-866-376-0308 to speak with a Veterans Benefits Field Represen- tative. NOV. 30 Concert Featuring The Singing Cookes & Cooke Broth- ers. Saturday, Nov. 30th at 7pm at The House of Prayer, 600 Whispering Oaks, Morehead, KY. About mile off Hwy 801 For more information call 606-784-7023 Pastor: Winston Mc- Clurg Free will offering ac- cepted Everyone is invited DEC. 1 Owingsville Women's Club Annual Christmas Open House Tour Sunday, Dec. 1 2 to 5 p.m. Tickets are 85 and can be purchased at the homes. This year's tour will in- clude the homes of: Johan and Jennifer Stacy - Bonot, 205 West Main Street, Owingsville - Marlin and Minnie Ar- nett, 5847 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Ricky and Donna Barber, 12816 Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro, (take Rt. 111 to the Bath/Heming line, first brick house on left) - Kentucky Market Pa- vilion, 2914 East High- way 60, Owingsville Tea is at the home of John and Jennifer Stacy - Bonot Special Prophecy Ser- vices Speaker: Dr. Randy Caldwell From: Texas, at The House of Prayer, Sun- day, December 1 at 6pm. Monday - Wednesday, December 2 - 4 at 7pm Dr. Randy teaching on ' he Spiritual Connec- tion Between America & Israel. And Where Are We on God's Calendar?" Everyone is invited to attend these special teaching services. The church is located at 600 Whispering Oaks, Morehead, KY. About mile off Hwy 801 For more information call 606-784-7023 Pastor: Winston Mc- Clurg DEC. 7 2013 Owingsville Christmas Parade The 2013 Owingsville Christmas Parade is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7, at 5 p.m. If you would like to take part in the parade, please con- tact Jeff Ray at WKCA, 674-2266. FRENCHBURG CITY COMMISSION holds its regular monthly meeting on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Energy Building. MENIFEE COUNTY FISCAL COURT holds its regular monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Court House. MENIFEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCA-TION holds its regular monthly meeting on the third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m at the Me- nifee County High School gym. FREE ZUMBA CLASSES Classes will be every Tuesday and Friday at 4:30pm in the MCHS cafeteria. Time is get started on your fall exer- cise routine. Come and learn the dances from the beginning. You can also attend FREE classes at Botts Elementary School on Mondays and Thurs- days at 5:30pm or at the Menifee Wellness Center on Tuesdays at 7:30 and Friday at 6:30. For more information, call 768- 8011. 4-H PHOTOGRA- PHY CLUB Menifee County 4-H is in the process of organiz- ing a 4-H Photography Club. The club is open to any youth between the ages of 9-18 who have an interest in learning about the art of photography. Club members will the have the opportunity to develop their photogra- phy skills and also be a part of many community service activities. Begin- ning and advanced pho- tographers are encour- aged to attend! Marcy Mitchell, Owner of Na- turevine Photography, along with several other adult volunteers are ea- ger to make this club a success! For more infor- mation you can contact Marcy at naturevine@ yahoo.com, or Courtney Jenkins, County Exten- sion Agent for 4-H/Agri- culture at 606-768-3866. MENIFEE PATCH- WORK QUILTERS Each Monday from 11:00 until 3:00, Menifee Patchwork Quilters meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church in Frenchburg. They use traditional methods as well as new techniques and tools for quilting. Join the group to make the Maple Leaf quilt or bring your own project to work on. Everyone is welcome. See Menifee County Patchwork Quil- ters on Facebook. For more information call Ruth Bryant at 768-3810 or Shirley Miller at 768- 3466 or 859-274-3212. MENIFEE COUNTY JOB CLUB The Menifee County Job Club will be held ev- ery Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at the Clark Energy Building. For more infor- mation contact the WIA Program at 768-3352. DEC 2 The Menifee County Extension Service will be having a Christmas Wreath Class Monday, December 2nd anytime between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. $10 registration fee (includes all materials to make your wreath) Please call 768-3866 to register for this fun class taught by Courtney Jen- kins! Space is limited! DEC. 6 2013 Frenchburg Me- nifee County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade The 2013 Frenchburg Menifee County Cham- ber of Commerce Christ- mas Parade is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. Line-up begins at 5p.m. Photo by Cecil Lawson Several units from the Owingsville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call from a home at 4630 Wyoming Road around 3:30 last Friday afternoon. The caller reported an electrical burning smell, according to Fire Chief John Barry Staten. Following a thorough examination of the home, including the use of a thermal imaging camera to locate potential "hot spots" inside walls, Assistant Chief Rob Kiskaden said that the cause of the odor was likely a malfunctioning heater motor and that no other hazards were noted at the scene. The Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department was called and placed on standby if the incident had required more assistance. Provided by your Bath County Emergen- cy Management Office Home Safety Tips: Gen- erator Safety Many households run generators during a power outage and homeowners should take extra precau- tions to avoid injury. Gaso- line or diesel fuel powered generators can produce potentially deadly levels of carbon monoxide and should be operated only in well-ventilated, covered, un- heated areas - never inside. You should always practice extreme caution when using a generator to power your home: Make sure the generator is listed by an in- dependent testing organiza- tion, such as Underwriter's Laboratory (UL). Protect the genera- tor from exposure to rain, but under no circumstances should generators be used indoors, including a garage. Do not operate the genera- tor near any open windows or doorways. Before using a gen- erator, make sure you have installed a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm near sleeping ar- eas to alert you in the event of increased levels of CO in your home. Never connect a generator to the home's electrical system; instead, plug what you want to power directly into the generator. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and maintenance schedule. Stephanle Stewart, Bath County Emergency Man- agement Office, has pro- vided this public service announcement. For more information, Stephanie can be reached at 606/674-6056. 2 5 '9 2 4 7 9 8 4 3 7 2 1 6 6 8 1 9 9 2 5 2 9 4 7 Check your answers on page 7. Cooperative Extension Service University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, Lexington, Ky 40546 College of A~ict,lt ure~ Food and En'~'iromnem Friday, December 6th 9:00 a.m.- 8:p.m. Menifee County Extension Office Support Menifee County's local artisans and crafters! Great Gifts, Homemade Candy, Quilts, Local Photography and Artwork, Hand-painted Ornaments and Gourds, Pictures with Santa, Woodworking