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e00hool n atob()c,k THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of December 12- December 19, 2002 8 2002 FFA officers at convention-- The Bath County FFA Chapter attended the 75th National Convention recently in Louisville. The BCHS 2002-2003 FFA officers at the convention were: (front row, left to right): Amanda Hurst; Sara Workman; Jordan Snedegar; Ann Walton; and Deanna Donathan; (middle row): Brad Oakley; Marry Short; and Dustin Bailey; (back row): Greg Fox; Jeremy Skaggs; Bill Loyer; and Mike Adams. Bath County FFA attends 75th National Convention Submitted by FFA" President Ann Walton Vice President Jordan Snedegar Secretary Sara Workman This year, the Bath County FFA Chapter has been actively involved in several activities. In July, we had our members trav- el to an FFA leidership camp in Hardinsburg. During our five-day stay, we enjoyed many activities and team sports, with Dustin Bailey and Mike Adams receiving the Athletic Award. Our next event was at the EKU Field Day, July 16, in which we entered teams in the Livestock and Floriculture competitions. Both teams also competed at the State Fair, which was August 15-25. On September 26, we traveled to UK for the FFA Leadership Confer- ence. In October, we participated in the Fleming County FFA Field Day who had teams in welding, land- scaping, and junior parliamentary procedure. The 75th National Convention was held October 30 through November 2, in Louisvitleand wehad&apos;l I mem- bers attending. Guests at the conven- tion included Muhammad All and Rick Pitino. We attended many in- teresting sessions, a career show, and enjoyed a concert by Lonestar. It wastruly a once-in-a-lifetime expe- rience. With this and more to come, our group of talented officers are going the extra mile to make this our best year ever? Local students included in latest edition of Who's Who A total of 87 students from this area are included in the 36th Annual Edition of Who's Who Among A mer- ican High School Students, 2001- 2002. Who's" Who, published by Educa- tional Communications, Inc., in Aus- tin, Texas, is the largest recognition program and publication in the na- tion, honoring high achieving high school students. Students are nomi- nated by high school principals and guidance counselors, national youth groups, churches and educational organizations, based upon students' academic achievement and involve- ment in extracurricular activities. Traditionally, 99% of Who3" Who students have a GPA of a "B" or better, and 97% are college bound. The 36th Annual Edition of Who's who Among American High School Students, 2001-2002, published in 18 regional volumes, features over 850,000 students, or just 6% of the nation's 15,000,000 high school stu- dents. They represent approximate- ly 20,000 of the 24,000 public, pri- vate, and parochial high schools in the country. Who's Who students also compete for $200,000 in scholarship awards and participate in the publication's "Annual Survey of High Achiev- ers", an annual opinion poll of teen attitudes. The book is distributed on a complimentary basis up to 15,000 high schools, colleges, universities and public libraries throughout the country. To learn more about Who's Who Among American High School Students, visit Local students selected are: ryt2onant; Scy R. Halbert; Stephanie Halbert; Tony J. Lawson; Emily K. Perkins; Miran- da Shultz; Stephanie L. Stevens; and Melissa A. Turner. Owingsville: Dustin C. Bailey; Christopher Butcher; Matt I. Car- penter; Rachel E. Charles; Ceria L. Corey; Casey L. Crawford; Justin A. Crouch; Kimberly Renee Donahue; Valerie Downey; Brandon L. Ever- man; Phillip D. Fetters; Stephen M. Hanshel; Alicia M. Hatton; Laura E. Howard; Whitney G. Ingram; Za- chary B. Jones; Joshua M. McDer- mott; Karin E. Moore; Jared Purvis; Lsia G. Reed; Virginia L. Richard- son; Kerry Sorrell; Mildred Lynn Ulery; Timothy R. Utterback; Lynd- say D. Vance; Tiffany B. Vice; Sa- bra L. Bashford; Jason L. Butcher; Ashley C. Chappel; Julie A. Cline; Jonathon R. Corey; Casey Crouch; Grant C. Davis; Deanna D. Donith- an; Timothy J. Evans; Chris L. Ever- man; Timothy A. Gross; Jennifer L. Harris; AmberM. Hovermale;Laura E. Hughes; Ashley E, Jones; Heather N. Manley; Rachel Mcllvain; Staci Pelfrey; Tequilla J. Purvis; Kylia A. Richards; James D. Richmod; Kristan J. Toy; Ryan Utterbak; Kath- ryn Vance; Brittany A. Vice; and Jeremiah S. Weaver. Salt Lick: Kristen N. Arnett; Wes- ley A. Beci'aft; Heather Conn; Heath- er Crouch; Dustin W. Crouch; MacGyver Dennis; Shawn M. Den- nis; Whitney Frizzell; Amanda R. Greene; Joni R. Jones; Heather J. McCarty; Travis Y. McNabb; Del- ano L Mullins; Brad A. Oakley; Bran- don Omohundro; Michael Tyler Shrout; Miranda Shultz; Shon Simp- son; Trina R. Simpson; and Meghan E. Stull. Sharpsburg" Brock W. Baber; Brandon Guy; William W. Loyer; FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF MASON COUNTY "Since 1879" • Homeowners • Farm Properties • Mobile Homes • Commercial Buildings • Churches Call Your Local County Director For Service Lonnie Vice  606-674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark 1718 US 68 South, Maysville, KY 606-759-5252 Toll Free 800-759-9618 Gilvin & Stuart Realty, 601 Terry Drive, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 Office: (859) 498-4981 Fax: (859) 498-1694 Tommy Gflvin, Principal Broker • 859-498-7972 - Home, 859-404-8111 Mobile Sandy Stuart, Associate Broker • 859-498-5850 - Home, 859-585-5850 - Mobile NEW LISTING. 5185 White Oak Rd., Bath Co., KY - 2 1014 Peasticks Rd., Owingsville, KY - Large, &bedroom. acres and 1990, 85x 14 mobile home. Home features living 2 bath, mobile home located on a 3/4acre -+ lot. 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Those members attending were: Daniel B. Oney; Dustin S. Thorns- burg; Candra N. Richards: and Ash- ley R. Waiters. BCMS announcements Site Base meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. at Bath County Middle School. The girls' basketball banquet will be held on Tuesday, December 17, at 6 p.m. in the BCMS cafeteria. Winter Commencement set for December 14 Shannon Dawn Hill of Clearfield, who has completed requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in elemen- tary education, will be the student speaker at Morehead State Universi- ty's Winter Commencement on Sat- urday, Dec. 14: Nearly 350 graduate and under graduate students are candidates for degrees that will be conferred by MSU President Ronald G. Eaglin during the ceremony that begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Academic-Athletic Center. Honorary degrees will be presented to Jhdge Sara W, Combs, a member of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and Kentucky Dr. Betty L. Siegel, president of Kennesaw State University. ,,s: ': , Hill will recei')e certification in P-5 grades with a component m math- ematics from the College of Educa- tion. A 2002 recipient of the Ruth Boggs and E.L. Shannon Scholar- ship Award for student teachers, she completed her student teaching at Clearfield Elementary School this semester. While a student, she spent 20 hours tutoring elementary stu- dents in mathematics, served as a homebound teacher for a third grade student who was unable to attend school, and completed more than 150 hours of field experience and (left to right, first row): Ann Walton; Deanna Donathan; and Amanda Hurst; (backl Jordan Snedegar; Bill Loyer; Dustin Bailey;, my Skaggs; Greg Fox; Mr. Adams; Brad and Marry Short. observation and participation in ele- mentary classrooms. On several oc- casions, these observations involved working with primary students on a teacher/student basis. A Dean's List student as MSU, Hill also was a tutor for Rowan Coun- ty Schools, working with students of various grade levels in reading, spell- ing and phonics. Before coming to MSU, Hill at- tended Hazard Community College where she was on the Dean's List. She earned an associate degree with high distinction before enrolling at MSU on a Transfer Award Scholar- ship. Ross Martin of Lexington will provide special music for the cere- mony. Adam Christopher Turner, Dillsboro, Ind., junior, will present the processional and Ricardo A. Kirt- ley, Versailles senior, will lead the singing of the national anthem and the University's "Alma Mater." Dr. Lloyd Jaisingh, professor of mathematics and recipeint of the 2002 Distinguished Teacher Award, is the grand marshal, assisted by Dr. Frances L. Helphinstime, professor gt rac ) cL Lthe ,cc .on h fc of English. anti Mary Jo Nethe ir :las associate professor of French. ica Ba Student marshals willn <ris Katherine Lackner and Tanya S mons, both of Morehead, repreSlll ing Graduate Programs; Eric D. , ' inson, Morehead senior, and lvl:  hie Barker, West Liberty, s" :i i :i more, College of Science and nology; Brandy Garland, Hagerjll[,l, junior, and Misty Pennington, head senior, College of Busi1" Anthony Hampton, Pikeville se,lt and iTrici Gielow, South Elgin,: se "or, C)llege of Education / Joshua Ryan Gruenke, May/ junior, and Mary J. Spitier,Id head junior, Caudill College o111 inanities. Once degrees are conferred,! new alumni will be inducted int0! r/, "O", MS U Alumni Association by itsl, k i O ident, ]oyce LeMaster of MoreNll( ate Another commencement e :t" :or the Department of Military Scit ( tSS ROTC commissioning cere I" Bo will be held on Saturday morni! r( 8:30 a.m. in 109 Breckinridge  II ( for two students, Brian E. CarlsO Hillsboro and Joseph E. Carmld Cynthiana. l, AUTO CARE CENTER 240 Evans Dr., Mt. Sterling, KY • TIRS • 24 Hour Towing & Recovery • Automotive ServiO • Exhaust Service • Tires • Brake Work • A/C Service • Batteries 8592498-2203 The families of Fleming- Mason Energy wish your family a warm and bright holiday season. We look forward to serving you in the New Year. Fleming-Mason Energy A Touchstone Energy' Cooperative The Clark Family (