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News Outlook YOIlI" Hometown Newspaper December 01, 2016- 9 iJs annul Bath County get other taste of up and com- ing country music talent next month when Craig Wayne Boyd, winner of Sea- son 7 of NBC's The voice, will headline the school district's annual fundraiser concert on December 15 at the Bath County High School gym. A native of Mesquite, Texas, Boyd grew up sing- ing in his church choir. He moved to Nashville in 2004 to break into country mu- sic, worked as a song-writer for many years, and toured with country stars like Jamey Johnson and Brant- ley Gilbert. Boyd arose to fame in 2014 during Season 7 of The Voice, and his single, "My Baby's Got a Smile on Her Face," reached the top position on the Billboard Hot Country Music chart in 2015. Opening acts for the con- cert include West Virginia country singer Matt Van Fossen and Mt. Sterling- based rock band Bedford & Co, Last year's first fundrais- er concert was in April and featured country singer and Season 2 Voice winner Rae- Lynn, Whitney Tate, and lo- cal singer Branden Martin. Tickets are g20 in ad- vance and can be pur- chased online at www. bath.kyschools.us or at the Board Office. Tickets will be $25 at the door. Doors at the gym will open at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 15, and show be- gins at 6:30 p.m. For more information contact the Board Office at 606674-6314. ~L 28 years and still running strong - Tim's Toy Trot for Tots is ready for another of smiles for Chrislxnas. ' The Toy Trot will be held this year on Saturday, De- ! cember 3, beginning at 7 a.m. in Owingsville on its 50 mile trek." It is expected to take about 12 hours to Complete. In previous years the Trot's route was from the Fayette County Court- house to the Bath County Courthouse on US 60 - 52 miles - but due to weather and safety concerns in re- cent years, the route has been relocated to Owings- ville. Runners will include Tim Bailey, Shawn Tolle, and volunteers along the way. The event helps families who are struggling hand an enjoyable Christmas. It has helped to collect about $64,000 for local children over the past 27 years. Please consider donating to this event. Donations can be sent to Tim's Toy Trot for Tots, 339 Dono- hew Road, 0wingsville, KY 40360, or call 606-674-6527. Bath County Adult Edu- cation is offering FREE GED Readiness testing during November and De- cember. Let us help you reach your educational and em- ployment goals. Office hours are 8:30 am - 5:30 pm M-Th. Call 606-674-2664 for an appointment today. +o /our local news! .l #17101, OnStar, WiFi, XM, 1.5L Turbo Engine, 36 MPG Highway, Touch New Body Camera . i:! i