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8 - December 01, 2016 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Bath County Board of Education members got another step closer toward undertaking a major reno- vation project for the High School, Owingsville El- ementary, and Crossroad Elementary during their regular November meet- ing on Monday evening. Board members voted to advertise and receive bids for a construction management position to oversee the upcoming projects, meet with three architectural firms on Dec. 13, and make changes to the school district's facility plan based on a finding by the Local Planning Com- mittee after a recent meet- ing. In July Board members approved over $12.9 mil- lion in renovations at the high school and Owings- ville Elementary and re- cently added road repair and a bus canopy as items for Crossroads Elemen- tary. OES renovations would include competing por- tions of the 2014-15 reno- vations to include window replacement, masonry re- pairs, a new bus canopy, new ceilings, fire alarm upgrade, flooring, and plumbing upgrades. High School renovations listed in the 2015 district facility plan include reno- vating 12 existing class- rooms into 10 larger class- rooms, the construction of a 4000 square foot audito- rium, major security mea- sures, fire alarm, sprinkler system, emergency light- ing, new PA and phone systems, plumbing and HVAC replacement, ma- sonry repairs, window replacement, renovation of science labs, new bus loop canopy, new roads and parking as required, paving repairs, site drain- age, communications up grades, and new ceilings. In other construction- related matters, they also voted on Monday to ac- cept 816,770 in match- ing funds from the state's School Facility Construc- tion Commission for Fiscal Ye.ar 2017 and to approve construction of a storage building at the bus garage. In other matters board members also: * approved non-resident contracts with nine sur- rounding counties for 40 students coming into Bath County and 77 students at- tending schools outside of the county. * approved a request by Mountain Comprehensive Care Center to provide school-based services for students. * held a 25 minute closed session to discuss potential litigation and per- sonnel matters and took no action after returning to open session. l I Tuesdays Coupon Exchange, 1 - p.m., 2nd floor Vance meet- ing room Drop-in Story Time, 1 - 1:30 p.m., front reading room Card Games, 2 p.m., 2nd floor Vance meeting room Brain Games, 3:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesdays Homework Help, 3:30- 5 p.m. Thursdays X-Box/Wii Games, 3:30 - 5 p.m. Fridays Before School Line-up Story Time, 2 - 2:45 p.m. Botts Elementary School will hold its annual Winter- Fest Program this Satur- day, December 3rd begin- ning at 5pm. Supper will be free and drinks are only one dollar. So many great items will be up for bid in our silent and live auctions, including Disneyland, Ten- nessee and Kentucky get- a-waypackages along with a variety of baskets make great Christmas gifts. | There will be games for the kids and free pictures with Santa using your cam- era. Come out and do some Christmas shopping and help support our school. wins a By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Menifee County Wildcats rode a wave of pre-season momentum this week as they got to play at home and defeat Raceland on Monday, 74- 51, and Owsley County on Tues- day, 91 - 45. During the win over Raceland, Dalton Barnett scored 20 points, Jerry Henry had 14, Cory Cor- nett had 12 (including three 3-pointers), and Ty- ler Cox and Travis Trimble each had 8. Hayer stats for the game with Owsley were not avail= able at press time. The Wildcats will have a third home game this Saturday evening against Fairview, with a 7:30 p.m. tip-off. in season openera The Menifee County Ladycats chalked up their first win this season on Tuesday night as they de- feated Elliott County on their home court, 61 - 36. Player stats were not available at press time. The Ladycats will be in action again this Thurs- day evening as they take to the road to meet Estill County and again on Sat- urday as they face Race- land. Their next home game is next Monday, Dec. 5, when they meet Model. Tip-off time for that game is 7:30 p.m. Saturday Only - t st 50 Customers will be entered in a drawing to win a free small Christmas Box. ($17.00 Value) American Cheese $2.99/Ib Mild Cheddar $3.99/Ib Colby $3.99/Ib Baby Swiss $4.99/Ib *While Supplies Last Save 10% off Garden Harvest Pickled Vegetables Come meet owner Dave Miller of Garden Harvest Cannery while you sample his products! Kahn's Bologna $2.99/Ib Hard Salami $4.49/Ib . Classic' White Turkey $4.99/Ib Off the Bone Ham $4.99/Ib *While Supplies Last LI PLATE LUNCHES ON TUESDAYS Gluten Free Products Sugar Free Products Candies World's Best Dishrags - 12 for $15 STOLTZFUS TV DINNERS 4 Cheese Lasagna Potato & Ham Chicken Noodle Rotell Meatloaf Mac & Cheese Spaghetti Bake Pizza Casserole FREE SAMPLES throughout the event/ II 1532 Maysville Rd. Flemingsburg, KY 'Tel #: 606-849-1919 Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 - 5:00 Sat 9:00 - 4:00 Closed Sunday