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McClain I The 2016 Regional Pro- , duce Growers Meeting 'will be held on Monday, December 12th at the Bath County Agricultural Educa- tion and Marketing Cen- ter in Owingsville. This , program will provide up 'to date information to pro- duce growers and poten- tial growers alike. Topics will include: Food Safety in Produce production, vegetable disease control (focusing on tomatoes and vine crops) the importance of fungicide coverage and crop rotation and no-fill pumpkin production. The program begins with regis- tration at 5pm. Dinner will be provided by the Bath County Produce Auction Board. This is a C2LI.P approved Educational pro- gram. To attend or for more information call the Bath County Extension Of- fice at 606-674-6121. has always sought KyCPA's views and factored them into his efforts to shape and advance legislation. We thank him for his diligence and leadership." "I am honored to be rec- ognized for my work and record by the Kentucky Society of CPAs," said Barr. "Like many Kentucky busi- nesses and industries, the KyCPA understands the threat overregulation poses to their members and cli- ents. In the next Congress, I will continue to work to pre- vent regulatory overreach and to reverse unnecessary red tape for the benefit of all Kentuckians." The CPA Champion Award recognizes state and federal legislators who demonstrate exceptional leadership while working to promote and protect the CPA profession. The Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accoun- tants (KyCPA) is a state- wide, non-profit profes- sional organization serving CPAs in public accounting firms, business, industry, government, and educa- tion. www.kycpa.org. Co)le~, 8fAgricMtu~, Extension Agent for Agricukure and Natural Resources Bath County RE09114 Deadline: 12/12/2016 BS Degree Required Apply" online at https://uk)obs.uky.edu/ For assistance call 859-257-1727 The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from minorities and women. Local Annual Meetig Notice ~E~ For members of SSC, Inc. -Owingsville Service- SII'AIT=S Carlisle Service; Morehead Service; and Mt. Steding Service Friday, December 16, 2016, 10:00 a.m. Visit your local Southern States Store for the day meeting: Owingsville, Carlisle, Morehead or Mt. Sterling Locations Business meeting begins at 4:00 p.m. at SSC, Inc. - Owingsville Service, Owingsville, Kentucky location only. Agenda includes annual elections and management reports. By order of the Stockholder Advisory Board Robert Michael Bach, Chairman I Now Accepting Fred V. Laus6, D.P.M. 112 W. High Street Mt. Sterling, Ky. Podiatrist - Specializing in the medical, and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders Call 498-5151 for an appointment office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. .L.o. i i i i i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 Accepting ALL Major Credit Cards! Sharpsburg, KY Serving Bath County and the surrounding areas since 1874. Featuring: Stylish ladies apparel and accessories Berne work clothing John Deem Toys and clothing UK clothing Small gifts, collectibles, and what nots Visiting our store is an experienc.e in itself with modern merchandise in an old fashioned setting! HOLIDAY U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, right, receives the CPA Champion Award from the Kentucky Society of CPAs (KyCPA) for Bards efforts to support the CPA profession on Capi- tol Hill. KyCPA Government Affairs Director Charles George and CEO Penny Gold presented the award to Barr Nov. 22 at a KyCPA event in Lexington. Submitted by Donna Anderson Glenna Anderson, daughter of Donna Barrett and Joe Anderson of Pikeville (granddaughter of the late Patricia Wages Barrett of Owingsville / great- granddaughter of the late Mary and Leonard Wages of Owingsvill~;~nd Greg .Thomas, son of Barbara and Julian Thomas of Lawrenceburg were married in Montego Bay, Jamaica on November 11, 2016. Glenna is a Partnership Di- rector at The Learning House, Inc. Greg owns and practices at Chiropractic Louisville The couple lives in Louisville. Bath County Water District 21 Church Street Post Office Box 369 Salt Lick, KY 40371 November 29, 2016 The Bath County Water District will be accepting sealed bids until 3:00 p.m. December 15, 2016 for materials and supplies for the calendar year of 2017. For a detailed list and description of materials and supplies please contact Bath County Water District office, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at 21 Church Street, Salt Lick, Kentucky or call (606-683-6363/. Bath County Water District reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted. Ken- neth Barber, Co-Manager. Published in the Bath County News Outlook 12.01.16. MAXIMIZING WHAT SIGHT YOU HAVE LEFT The term "low vision" re- fers to a visual impairment that cannot be corrected through surgery, medica- tions, eyeglasses, or contact lenses. The leading cause of low vision is age-relat- ed macular degeneration (AMD), which involves deterioration of the macula (the portion of the retina responsible for sharp cen- tral vision). Other common causes of low vision include glaucoma, diabetic retinop- athy, and cataracts. Fortu- nately, vision loss can often be slowed if the problem is caught in time. Because people don't usually real- ize that their vision is be- mg compromised by AMD, it is important to schedule regular comprehensive eye exams. The sooner that eye diseases and conditions are diagnosed, the greater the likelihood of saving what vision is left and making the most of it. Only a doctor is qualified to evaluate visual function- ing of a compromised visu- al system effectively. We are the branch of medicine th~it deals with the anatomy, physiology, and diseases of the eye. A multitude of diseases and conditions can be diagnosed from the eye. At i(ENTUCKY EYE INSTITUTE. located at 1937 Old Main St., Suite 1, Old Washington, it is our desire to assist you in maintaining the pre- cious gift of sight. Please call us at 606.759.7883 or 800.658.7282 to schedule an appointment for quality eye care. P.S. Losing piston does not necessarily mean giving up activities but. instead, finding new ways to do them. 'KEN/UCKY EYE NSTITUTE David L. Blandford, MD Eye Surgeon & Physician 1937 Old Main St., Suite 1, Maysville 606/759-7883 or 8001658-7282 I New Location 601 Perimeter Drive, Suite 100. Lexington 8591278-9393 or 800-432-9278 !