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7 Bath News-Outlook December 4, 2003 Carol Hughes and Jenny Jones Hughes award Hughes, LPN at Hilltop received a 2003 Nursing- at the Kentucky of Health Care (KAHCF) Annual November 20, 2003. the trade association proprietary and long term care throughout the Corn- presented over 40 at the convention that at the Galt House East in Louisville, November Hughes' award recog- strong commitment to nursing home profcs- sion and quality care at Hilltop Lodge. Hilltop Lodge is a 39- bed nursing facility owned by Provider Management Develop- mont. Executive Director Jenny Jones said, "It is people like Carol that truly make a differ- enc. We are proud to have her as an employee at our facility." Our long term care profession is fortunate to have professionals like Carol Hughes to take such a personal interest in the welfare of our patients," said KAHCF Chairman of the Board Suzanne Rhine. "The staff and adminis- tration of Hilltop Lodge join KAHCF in saluting her dedica- tion and concern for quality care." around sville Thorn=burg Day dinner of Bob and Connie Hunt R. Copher; Phil Helen Phillips; and Gary, Chase and of Mt. Sterling. Everman; Dana and William Ray; Reffitt and Nathan ; Brenda, Jerry and Davis; Lacy t Shelia, and Kayla Everman; Brianna and Austin Hayfield were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Everman and Dwayne. Lola Yaden and Robert and Dorothy King, of Lexington, were supper guests of Ada Thomsburg, Thanksgiving. Robert and Pauline Vice had as dinner guests, Thanksgiving Day: Dale and Nancy Pelfrey; Bobby Dale Pelfrey; Lee and Juanita Shuler; and Reed Fields and Crystal. Galena Green and Ann Green and Jonathan, of Winchester; were visitors of Ada Thorns- burg, last Thursday afternoon. n Heri Clarence and Charlotte Kincaid; Allen and Cathy Conway and sons Coty and Darien; and Pare and Kevin Copher, were guests for Thanksgiving dinner at Marjorie Kincaid's; also present were Bobby, Jeannie Riddell and Tyler. Bobby, Jeannie and Tyler Riddell were supper guests Thursday at the home of Bob and Pam Arnett, and Kirk_and Chris, of Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Mary Pergram spent,. Sunday afternoon with her sister and husband, Pauline and Robert Vice. Supper guests Thursday of Larry, Edith and Lori Jones, were Ida Creech and Orville Coville. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Lillian Moore were Mr. and Mrs. Rob Hayes, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. James Plymale, of Lexington; and Lois Plymale, of Owingsville. Guests of Mrs. Gertrude Crouch, for Thanksgiving, were: Mr. and Mrs. Mac Jones, of Delaware; Cookie and Matthew Buckler, of Iowa; Leslie Buckler, of Owingsville; Melvin and Ruby Crouch; Stanley Crouch; ]uanita Jones; Tony Norris, Lucille and Judy Ingram; Ida Creech; Emma Bailey; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Crouch and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Razor and sons; and Orville and Alice Coville. Swartz has visitors Mr. and Mrs. Steve Moore and boys, of Georgetown, visit- ed with their cousin, Mary Frances Swartz, Sunday. Tracy. Manley Schmidt, of Glendora, California, visited with Mary Frances Swanz over the weekend. Spends Thanksgiving in Lexington Bertha Patrick; Sonja, Randy and Hunter McCarty; and Travis, Crystal and Alex Fields, all of Owingsville, had Thanksgiving dinner in Lex- ington, with Athonia and Greg Miller. KIWANIS NEWS The Owingsvitle .Kiwanis calendar for Christmas: Sunday, December 7, 2:30 ).m., at the BCMS gym, Christmas Sing-Along; Mon- day, December 8, preparation of Christmas boxes, at former :location of Boyd's Restaurant; Monday, December 15, Christ- mas caroling, with dinner at Zana Lou Tout's home, after the caroling at the three nursing homes in Owingsville. Meet at Zana Lou's house at 6 p.m. IIQIQOO GINGERBREAD HOUSE CONTEST DEC. 6 AT BCML Bath County Memorial Library will be having a Ging- erbread House contest. Prizes will be awarded for different age divisions (adults too), and for different categories, includ- nng most authentic. Ging- erbread houses must be brought to the library before December 6th when they will be displayed for Christmas Open House. Varioes local businesses are sponsoring prizes. Call 674- 2531 for more information oooqpoo GADD MONTHLY MEETINGS Wednesday, December 10, Regional Highway Safety Committee, 10:00 a.m. and 12 p.m., Bath County Courthouse Annex, GADD Conference Room, Owingsville; December 11, Cave Run Water Commission, 1:30 p.m., Menifee Recreation Thanksgiving dinner for senior citizens The residents of the Owingsville Senior Apartments had their annual Thanksgiving dinner Friday, November 21, at the Senior Citizens building. Those attending were: Opal Jewell, the new manager; Sharon Harris and granddaugh- ter, of Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King, of Morehead; 11 Community Center, Frenchburg. The GADD Board of Direc- tors' regularly scheduled meeting for December has been canceled. Since there is the possibility that a meeting could be can- celed, relocated or resched- uled, please call the GADD office, at 1-606-674-6355, to confirm a meeting prior to attending. ooooo@ WATER BOARD TO MEET DEC. 10 The Sharpsburg Water Dist,'let board will hold its reg- ular scheduled meeting at 6 p.m., December 10, at GADD, in Owingsville. ll, ltO& WOMANS CLUB TO MEET DEC. 4 The Bath County/Owings- ville Womans Club will meet at 7 p.m., December 4, at the Owingsville Christian Churclf The BCHS Chorus will present Christmas music. The public is invited. Also, the Womans Club Christmas light judging will take place the week of Dec- ember 15. oloool SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN IN TOWN DEC. 16 Lida E Jackson; Wanda Buck- ner; Betty Haycraft; Helen Phillips; Lillian Whittington; Lucille Heath; Ann Hunt; Mary Curd; Edith Richardson; Vir- The Social Security Adminis- tration will be coming to the Bath County Senior Citizen Center, located at 81B Water Street, in Owingsville, Tuesday, December 16, 2003, at 10:30 a.m., to 11:15 a.m. Senior Citizens will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive fact sheets on Social Security benefits. Please join us! All senior citizens are welcome! If any questions or need further information regarding this event, call Vanessa Frazier, 1-606-674- 6355. OOIOOI BCRTA TO MEET DEC. 9 The Bath County Retired Teachers Association will hold a meeting Tuesday, December 9, at 2 p.m., at the Owingsville United Methodist Church, in the Darnell Building. The BCHS chorus will present a program of Christmas music. 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