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Q The Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, December 4, 2003  V I,d     ]t ]t ',a, BCHSLadycatsmThe Bath County High School Ladycats were dressed and ready re- cently as they had their season introduction at the recent Cat Bash at BCHS. Pictured here, from left, front are: Natalie Ingram, Tosha McNabb, Victoria Wright, Jamie White, Karin Footballhonoree$---These members of the Bath County High School Football Team were honored last T.ueclay oightat:tha school for their efforts this past season. Pictured from left, front are: Carlos McNabb, junior varsity offensive award;Kelly Karrick, Eastern Ken- tucky Conferece 1st Team, Milt Wilson 110% Award, and academic award; Dustin Bailey, Eastern Kentucky Conference 2nd Team, and defensive ,ineman award; Taylor Oney, defen- BOOKNOOK t ,ii NEW___SS l Bath Co. Il Memonal Library Linda Denton Moore, Donna Beth Craig; back row, left: Dreu Vance, Lindsay Routt, Candra Richards, Danielle Fox, and Jill Toy. Absent from photo were Breanna Clemons, Alisha Hurst, and Holly Staton. (Photo by Burnsy Stewart) sive back award, academic award; Josh Denkins, junior varsity defensive award; back row, left: .. Brandon Everman, ffensive.lineman award; Johnathan Corey, offensive lineman award; Jimmy Purvis, linebacker award; Nick McDermott, academic award; Chris Barber, most improved award; Josh McDermott, receiver award, and academic award. (News-Outlook photo, Kirby Haskins) and went exploring during some of the state's more memorable storms in the 1970s and 80s and published a winter pictorial called Kentucky Ice, A Winter Adventure, its chock-full of fas- cinating photos and the stories that go with them. You don't necessarily have to be out in the elements to enjoy all the season has to offer. Carol Lemer's Backyard Birds of _.Winter and Ron Fisher's Animals in Winter will give you some ideas about how to enjoy the wildlife outside your win- dow. With Christmas-break fast approaching, kids will be look- ing for ways to stay busy. Help them out with Rainy Days Christmas Activities and Pro- and let o'eativity reign. They can learn to make snowflakes, their own wrapping paper, paper tree decorations and more. For that matter, so can you. There is also, of course, the option of just cozying up with a good novel. Western fans can check out Stephen Ely's Hard Winter At Broken Arrow Crossing. It's about gocxl versus evil and man versus nature with plenty of peril on both fronts. James Pattinson's Dead Of Winter is a large print offering from tile Linford Mystet T Library. A narrowly averted dis- aster and chance meeting in the swirling snow lead to some unexpected developments and life and death situations in this one. Did you know that it's been almost 50 years since Rosa Parks made her famous stand against segregation on that bus in Montgomery Alabama'? It was December 1, 1955, when she refused to give up her seat to a white man, an act that led to a federal injunction against segre- gation on buses. America now observes Rosa Parks Day on Aside from the obvious, what's up in December? Plenty, but we'll just deal with a few items of interest here. For one thing, the first day of winter, otherwise known as winter sol- stice, which is also the shortest day of the year, comes up on December 22nd. You can cele- brate its arrival, bemoan it, or decide to make the most of the situation and enjoy what you can, in which case, visit your local library and find out about some of the things the season can offer. Mt. Sterling's Tom Martin took camera, and life, in hand that date. Older readers can find out more about this determined and intrepid lady in Rosa Parks, My Story, while much younger readers can learn about her, and something about segregation, in I Am Rosa Parks. Music is another thing cele- brated this month and, beautiful though it is, it's not just the music associated with Christmas. Ludwig Von Beeth- oven, one of the world's great composers, who, by the way, wrote some' of his most impres- sive works after losing his hear- ing, was born December 16, 1770. To learn more about him, go to the library's reference sec- tion and look for The New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, where you'll find a wealth of information on things musical. While you're there, take a look at Russian composer Pyotr II'yich Tchiakovsky who composed a ballet associated with Christmas called The Nutcracker Suite which was first performed on December 22, 1892. Others among his well-known works are Swan Lake, and Sleeping BeauO,. Finally, there is Poinsettia Day, which is observed December 12th. For some facts about this native Mexican plant, go to The Creative Home Owner Year-Round Flower Gardener. Artistic opportunities involving it can be found on page 99 in Leisure Arts Presents The Spirit of Christmas, Creative Holiday Ideas or on pages l I 0 through 113 of Donna Dewberry's One Stroke Painting Course. If you want to know what's going on in the world, visit your local library and get the in-depth story. 2003 Christmas Open House door prize winners The 2003 Christmas Open House door prize winners at Hung-Up On Country were: Saturday, November 8: Tina" Everman, Salt Lick, Boyds B.ear.; ,,Candy Hardin,. Elemings. burg, angel ornament; Lori Crouch, Morehead, angel orna:  ment; April Tabor, Morehead, Santa jewelry; Connie Crain, Flemingsburg, ceramic lamp; Donita Thomas, Owingsville, tiny lamp; Jana Manley, Sharps- burg, snowman shovel; Sue Crouch, Salt Lick, flower buck- et set; and Judy Penick, West Liberty, tiny oil lamp. On Sunday, November 9, these were the door prize win- ners: Helen Donohue, snowman tea light; Brooke Snedegar, Owingsville, Boyds bear; Patty Murphy, Ezel, Santa jewelry; Sharon Allen, Mt. Sterling, angel ornament; Dixie Smoot, Hillsboro, ceramic lamp; Rebecca Wright, Jeffersonville, tiny oil lamp; Jacky Watson, Sharpsburg, tiny electric lamp; Teresa Frizzell, Salt Lick, metal snowman; and Nancy Norris, Salt Lick, angel ornament. ,4 Tell the merchant you saw his ad in The News-Outlook. He will appreciate it. And so will we. e i Th Convenient Care, Close to Home Clos,e Home Skilled Therapists with 26 years combined experience Scheduled Appointments When you need physical therapy, ask your doctor to recommend you to a convenient place close to home.., the Powell County Clinic. c An affiliate o[ Clark Regiomd 3ledk'al (,'qlter 68 Elkins St., Stanton 606-663-4758 Elklnl St rP.C.C. 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