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- News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 28, 2013 - 5 i It is that time of the year again and the Bath County Arts Council is gearing up :, for another great festival : of the trees. Because the wreaths were such a hit " last year we are keeping them as a wonderful addi- tion to our Festival. Just like last year the trees can be of any shape, size, or color. We don't have a theme as to not to hinder your creative side. With the addition of the wreaths I am really excited i about this year's festival. Below are the guidelines and dates of the festival there between that time 1. Tree can not be frame contact me and let taller than 9 feet. me know and I will make 2. The ornaments arrangements to help you must be wired on as not to get your tree to the library. fall in transportation and The silent auction of the while on display with tiny trees and wreaths will be fingers touching them. from Monday December 3. Lights are won- 2nd to Saturday December derful but not required. 7th. You may stop by the li- You may bring your tree brary at any time and place on Monday December 2nd your bid. The final bids beginning at 9:00am until will be accepted right be- 5:00pm. We will accept fore the Christmas parade. trees until December 6th For more information, during normal business contact Jessie Miller, hours of the Library. If Chairperson, Bath County you can not get your tree Arts Council, 606-336-0115 I ! Annalyn Slade and John Haney Margaret Belcher and Peter Wenchek Jennifer L. Stamper and William Leadingham Ann Marie Davidson and Russell M. Ingram Joanne Allen and Robert D. Maloney Jeanine Megan HeRon and Bruce J. Zimmerman Angela D. Moore and Daryl E. Marshall Anthony Doyle Charles Ashley Nicole Moore Cori Beth Cope and Ste- and Dustin S. Copher phen Dale Ginter Katie J. Gerod and Mi-Thelma Patrick and Mat- chael A. Christner thew Kevin Harris Rachel Dannielle Rich-Brenda Burton and ards and Denny K. Hol-James IL Pike brook Casey N. Day and Jared Megan A. Stegall and A. Richards James C. Bradley Shelby Lynn Tuttle and Carla Easterling and Jeffery Tyler Riddle John H. Pribble Pamela Jan Sorrell and SEPT. 5 Earl Rogers III, Mas- ter Commissioner Bath Circuit Court, on behalf of Donnie K. Kline, Terri Cline et al to Dovereign Bank. Tract in Bath Co., KY, Convict Road Trans!erSn, N0v 1- Nov. 22, 2013 Tract in Bath Co., KY OCT. 9 Jeremiah Caskey to Elizabeth Epperson, tract of land, Salt Lick, Bath Co., KY NOV. 12 Betty Elaine Ferguson to Mark A. Moses and De- nise Moses. Property, Ad- ams Rd., Bath Co., KY SEPT. 19 Earl Rogers, III, Mas- ter Commissioner Bath Circuit Court-on behalf of Danielle Norris et al to Bank of America, HA. Par- cels in Bath Co. on State Hwy 11 OCT. 29 Kenneth Greg Rainey to Mabel Ann Ralney. Lot #16, Akers Springs Sub., Bath Co., KY NOV. 13 Brent Wilson and Sha- ron Wilson to Brian Jewell and Rebecca Jewell, prop- erty in Owingsville, Bath Co., KY JUNE 24 Nancy Conn, single to Tammy Maness, R.D. Byrd & Rhonda Back, par- cel in Salt Lick, Bath Co., KY ..... : ..... ~ ..... ~ ............ "JULY 1 :-: [ NOV, 1 . Earl Rogers, III, Master Peoples Bank of KY Inc. " Comm. Bath Circuit Court to Frederick J. Frank, III. on behalf of Carolyn Stid- Tract in Bath Co., KY on dom, Stanley Stiddon and KY Hwy 1944 Wells Fargo Bank to Wells Fargo Bank, tract on Old Sand Rd, Bath Co., KY NOV. 4 Ruben Gerod and Mary Ann C. Gerod to Merlin Schmucker and Lydia I. Schmucker. Tract in Bath Co., KY NOV. 9 Special Warranty Deed Wells Fargo National Assoc. Trustee for Option One Mtg. Loan Trust to Harlan Risner and Bitha Risner. Tract in Bath Co., KY 965 and Donahue Rd NOV. 10 Kimberly L King and Kevin King to Lisa G. Mc- Guire, Claudin D. Catch- hags, April L. Rogers and William E Hawkins. Tract in Sharpsburg, Bath Co., KY NOV. 11 Quit Claim Deed Christopher Roussos to NOV. 12 E. Made Stanley to Evangoline McCowan, tract on Clear Creek, Salt Lick, Bath Co., KY Earl Rogers, III, Mas- ter Comm. Bath Circuit Court on behalf of Palmer Crouch, Estill M. Crouch & HSBC National Mtg. Assoc. to Federal National Mortgage Assoc., parcel in Owingsville, Bath Co., KY NOV. 15 Viola Bashford widow to Larry Brewer and Re- becca Brewer and Craig Bailey and Jennifer Bailey, parcel in Bath Co., KY In accordance with Chapter 65 and 424 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, this is to advise that the financial records and supporting documents of the Bath County Water District may be examined by the public at 21 Church Street, Salt Lick, Kentucky 40371, during normal working hours. "Ihe names and addresses of the governing body and chief executive officer of the Bath County Water District are: Marvin Crouch, Sr. Chairperson, 9519 E. HWY 36, Olympia, KY 40358 Rodney Donathan, Secretary, 849 Cardinal Lane, Owingsville, KY 40360 Virginia Clark, Financial Officer, 116 Akers Drive, Owingsville, KY 40360 Mike Ginter, Commissioner, 209 Oakland Road, Owingsville, KY 40360 L.W Patton, Commissioner, 682 McCullough Hollow, Salt Lick, KY 40371 Sherri Greene, Co-Manager, PO Box 369, Salt Lick, KY 40371 Kenneth Barber, Co-Manager, PO Box 369, Salt Lick, KY 40371 Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on 11.28.13 of:!chiMlo !o bringiho ::iiii:i BATH COUNTY * Sunday, 6 p.m. Celebrate Recovery, Owingsville Meth- odist Church, 75 Main St. * Monday, 6 p.m. Narcotic Anonymous - Never Say Never Group, Owingsville Methodist Church, Darnel Bldg., 75 West Main St. * Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Mov- ers, Salt Lick Free Will Bap- Rd, Wellington * Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Cel- ebrate Recovery (cost is $2), Dr. Kassis' Office at Menifee Co. Medical Center, 784 Hwy. 36, Frenchburg " 6:45 p.m. Alco- holic Anonymous, Menifee Co. Wellness Center, Hwy. 36, Frenchburg tist Church, 104 Maple St. *Wednesday,6p.m. Living * Celebrate Recovery, Free, New IMe Fellowship, Gateway Christian Center, 907 Forge Hill Rd., Peasficks 801 Winchester' Road, Mt. * Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Mov- Sterling, KY ers Salt Lick Free Will Bap- 40353. Contact Number: fist Church, 104 Maple St. (859) 498-3876 , _.a_. ~ ..- ~,r .~^,~ * Alcoholics Anonymous, Vlluay, u l.hlll, IMdL~Uti~ Anonymous Never Sav Eleven Eleven Group, lviore- #--- "- .1 , Never Groun Owi--~,All,~ head Inspiration Center Methodist C[mrch, [)~ar~ne~~ Community Room, 1111 Bldg., 75 West Main St.US 60 West, Morehead, KY " 4:30 p.m. A1-Anon (for the families of addicts/ alcoholics) - Owingsville Methodist Church Darnell Building, 75 W Main Street 5-8 pm Acts 2 Cafe Ow- ingsville Methodist Church, 75 W. Main Street *Saturday, Noon, Narcotic Anonymous - Nev- er Say Never Group, Owings- ville Methodist Church, Dar- nell Bldg., 75 West Main St. " 6:30 Alcohol Anon- ymous at 5th Quarter Build- 40351, Open meeting. Mon- days and Wednesday, 6 p.m. * Alcoholics Anonymous, Morehead Into Action Group, Episcopal Church, 145 E Fifth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Monday through Friday, 8 p.m. * Narcotics Anonymous, Staying Clean Just for To- day, Episcopal Church, 145 E FLfth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Tuesdays and Thurs- day, 8 p.m. *Morehead Al-Anon, Ca- ing, Water Street Owings- thedral of Praise/Living Word Church, 905 Clear field ville. 6:30 AA Step Study at Fith St., Morehead, Monday 6 Quartert p.m. 'Through prayer, fellow- * Restored Hope (A1- ship, love and support we Anon) Mt. Sterling, Ascen- will stand together in action, striving to be a light for the broken as we all experience the power of restoration through God's healing. Have some lunch, sip a cup of cof- fee, chat, and heal from what- ever struggle you may be facing." * Spnday at 5pm Men's and Women's Step Study held at Owingsville Method- ist Church,Darnel Bldg., 75 W. Main Street sion Episcopal Church, 48 High St., Tuesday, 7 p.m. * Hope and Heal (AI-Anon) West Liberty, Community Center, 450 Prestonsburg St.. Wednesday,7 p.m. * Liberty Center Group (Al-Anon) Mt. Sterling, Lib- erty Center, 205 E. Main St., Saturday, 10 a.m. Acts 2 Caf6/Unified Min- istries 859-274-6664, www. unifiedministries.com AA Intergroup 1-800467- 8019, www.area26.net NA Helpline 1-888-987- MENIFEE 7700, www.na.org COUNTY For a comprhensive listing * Monday, 7 p.m. Cele- of area meetings go to www. brate Recovery, Botts Chris- unifiedministries.com. fian Church, 1756 Artville ~,- ~. ~ ~-~ ~. ~,'- - . ~ . ,~ ..... ............. Sopers Family Drug located at 108 South Broadway Carlisle Ky 40311 Will be hosting insurance agent Jimmie E. Gates " Oct 16, 17, 30, 31, 2013 Nov 6, 7, 20, 21, 2013 " Dec 4, 2013 %. ............................................................................... .." Also at Owingsville Drug located at 33 Miller Drive Owingsville Ky 40360 : ...................... ........................ - - Nov 27, 2013 i - ................................................................................ .-" And at Family Discount Drug located at 60 Slate Ave Owingsville Ky 40360 .. ............................................................................... - Oct 15, 21, 28, 2013 : Nov 4, 11, 12, 18, 25 2013 : Dec 2 To answer questions and take applications for Part D Medicare Subs : Medicare Advantage Obamacare Come in to see Jim to answer questions. Call 606-683-2104 for I / in Phone Number: Offer valid thru Decel I I I