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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper December 17, 2008 $ tyExtensionServioe1 con,.tionsa epos ib e. A blizzard warning is given for sustained or gusty winds of 35 miles per hour I TerrenceClemons, Gary Hamilton, Ag. and NaturalI or more, and falling or Mrs. Crouch was born Rick Crouch and his wife I4-H Youth Extension Ag urces Extension Agent I blowing snow that limits April 1, 1933 in Bath Nancy of Olympia; Ron visibility to one-fourth mile County, the daughter of Crouch and his wife Toni of I or less. These conditions the late James Clifford and Bedford, Ky.; Brad Crouch should persist for at least Effie Staton Blevins. She and his wife Melanie I three hours, was a homemaker, former of Bethel, Ky.; and Rob The wind chill is based Trojan Mfg. employee Crouch and his wife Kim of , on the rate of heat loss and former U.S. Forestry Olympia; one sister, Glenna from exposed skin caused Service employee and was McNabb of Carlisle; four "Archery In Schools" Weather Service warnings,by the combined effects of a member of the Mudlick brothers - Russell Blevins Church of God. of Mt. Sterling; Leonard For the past few weeks, watches, forecasts and wind and cold. An advisory Survivors include her Blevins of Preston, Ky.; students in the middle other hazard information is issued when wind chill and high school have been 24hours a day. These radios temperatures are expected husband, Chester Otis Dave Blevins of Olympia; participating in a widely only receive weather alerts to be between 20 degrees Crouch; three daughters and Clay Blevins of Mt. , accepted program named for your specific county below 0 or colder. If - Kathy Curry and her Sterling; 17 grandchildren; ! "Archery In Schools".or the surrounding area. temperatures are predicted husband Bobby of Olympia; 13 great-grandchildren; Archery in Schools has beenWhen issued by your local to be 35 degrees below or Judy Crouch and her and a special friend, Ruby featured on KET and other National Weather Service colder, a wind chill warning husband Danny Ray Roberson of Morehead, Ky. ; nationally known outdoor Forecast Office, weather is given, of Olympia; and Vickie Funeral services were oriented channels. This radios provide an alerting When accumulations of ANNIE GLADYS Franklin and her husband conducted Saturday Dec. ' program teaches motor tone when severe weather snow, freezing rain, freezingCROUCH Charles of Jeffersonville;13, 2008, at lpm at Mudlick ; skills, improves self esteem, approaches your area. drizzle and sleet cause Annie Gladys Crouch, seven sons--- Danny CrouchChurch of God with the Rev. promotes teamwork, and Severe winter weather significant inconvenience 75, of East Hzghway 36, and his wife Donna of Salt Mark Caldwell officiating. ' Olympia, passed away Lick; Ralph Crouch and hisInterment followed at allows all youthto participate can completely immobilize and moderately dangerous Wednesday Dec. 10,. 2008, wife Debbie of Olympia; Upper Salt Lick Cemetery. no matter their background,an area. Heavy snow, conditions, awinterweather Students were firstblizzards or ice storms are advisory is issued, at St. Joseph s Hospital mJeffrey Crouch and his Powell Funeral Home cared introduced to the program in a potential killer of people, Freezing rain falls on a Mt. Sterling. Wife Tammy of Olympia; for arrangements. a classroom setting, but now pets and livestock. So when surface with a temperature ............. " they can participate in an weather forecasts predict at or below freezing. Sleetis ,. ,: after school format. Archery extremely harsh weather, rain drops that freeze into i ....... i in Schools practice will bemake advance safety plans ice pellets before reaching ......... : meeting after school on in case the conditions the ground. Both can cause ? .......... ' i Thursday, December 18th, atdevelop, damaging and dangerous i i 3:45 to 5:00 pm in the Bath Explanations about ice accumulations. County Middle School Gym. some winter weather terms VisittheUKAgricultural Practices will be conductedyou might hear on radio orWeather Center at http:// to improve techniques and television broadcasts are wwwagwx.ca.uky.edu or gain more knowledge in listed below, contact the Bath County the benefits of Archery. If A winter storm warning Cooperative Extension i you know a student who is issued in anticipation of a Service to find out more i would want to participate combination of heavy snow,about winter weather and I for leisure or to possibly join freezing rain or sleet. This preparation for severe i a team, please call the 4-Hwarning usually is issued conditions. Office at 606-674-6121 for six to 24 hours before the more information, weather is expected to i i begin. Your Hometown Holiday Fun Day A winter storm watch Newspaper i Camp alerts you to the possibility Do you know a current 4 of a blizzard, heavy snow,brought to youby through 8th grader who likes freezing rain or sleet. It the making crafts and hangingusually is given 12 to 36 out with friends playing hours before the beginningBath County Armester Blevins says this has been the best year of his life. He finally got to games? Then they need to of the storm, meet his two daughters that he hasn't seen in nearly 50 years. They recently got , OBIT()ARIES register for the 4-HfNEP A winter storm outlook News Outlook together and it was the first time in Armester's life that he had all his children : Holiday Fun Day Camp. The day will be full craft making, games, and nutrition lessons. Participants will even prepare their own lunch. The Holiday Fun Day Camp will be on Tuesday, December 23rd, at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in the County Extension Large Conference Room. To register for this day camp you must call 674- 6121 to do so. Deadline to register for this free Day Camp is Friday, December 19TM. Participants will only need to bring a photo to do a craft, their imagination and plenty of energy. Be Familiar with Winter Weather Terms With winter upon us, it's important to closely follow local weather forecasts and warnings and be familiar with seasonal weather terminology. This knowledge could save lives. Listening to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) All- Hazards Weather Radio is one of the best ways to monitor severe winter weather notices. Part of a nationwide network of radio stations, this radio broadcasts National is issued prior to a winter storm watch, usually 48 to 60 hours in advance of a winter storm. The outlook is issued when forecasters believe winter weather Free Dale and 859-351. Call for a subscription 674-2181 i Swartz together. They are left to right, Denzil Blevins, Armester Blevins, Coleman Blevins, Mitchell Blevins, Sandy Blevins Gibbs, Carolyn Jean Blevins, Ludgardis Blevins Woliung and Tammy Blevins Jones. ......................................... ?... $599 99 $999 liday Popcorn "fin )rn. SchradeTobacco Knife Bow-Wow Pot Bed 21" round flannel AoRunner Lug Boot 16". Waterproof, insulated rubber boo~ ,~215 ift. red pick bone handle. 06621879 ,gns. 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