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8 - November 30, 2017 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook fldcat News + o. ....... . Veteran s Day , 8y: ~ndra Ingrain Illustration By: Landon ,~llrout Veteran's day is about celebrating the Veterans that risked their lives so we can be free and do what we want. This day is celebrated on No- vember, 11th 2017. We should pray and be grateful that they did that for us, On this this day we should show our support of Veterans by placing the American flag on our porches. ~: brdm Slrout PJo~s BInW~ I~f~ thank nor Custodians hr cleaning our build- i~. Custedia~ are Re ja~o~. [hey cFoan our cafeteria, classrooms, our gym and more. We thank aft of our custodiam hr all their Mrd work. "[he next time you see our sehooloustodiaes sloptlllm and te~] them how much yon care about them. Thane you fora]~you do For OE~ Jaco5 Jones I). ~ero do bess sit? k On tlm~ flee hin~ IG'~ti Rowe O. Why did the cow cross dee road'/. A. To get to tim MOOvies Zaidyn Phipps O. ~y did the cow cross the road? A, Because he was on ~s M0Ove Gabriel Jones How den lady 6aga like her meat? #, Haw Haw RAW Raw Row DIY By: MaddY Purvis 0o you Jmw ~ut 01Y rods t3r? Just ~cuso you don't ~w it m~ for "do it yo ~olf', k is udmro pu do Crafts, IF you can't o ~ord o pop socket for your photo eityon need is a Gato~e battle and some scismr~ Let your' parents do this part ~ yo,, First you cut de ~ dm Jid arid A !Jt~ bit of~ bo~o. Ifyou~mtto I~dmre to get Time ~ gets ~L ff~ Want to ho~ y~ up ~ l~s 01Y. Gut a toht paper r~ and ,~Orit W tMn p~t~ Tad~ o.~ bctu~ ~'dm Cut e hole in ~ top to fit your pitons Soit ~ hold it for y~. "[hem you ~ A phone holder and a Pap ,~ocl~ We recognize and celebrate our bo~e~ on October $01. It was created in 1~58 by Mr.ltarusiEi. He chose this date because it was her father's birthday. Some people say that e gPeat bins is lair ,Find hardwo~ng, truthful and caring. We ~bow Mr, .[.eel and Mrs. Vice that ~ay are appreciated by giving them gi~. cards, co[[ee and donuts. ~] HERE COMES DIe DE LOS MUERTOSI ~i By:. Gabrlutle Stacw-Bonot Wait you don't knowwhat Die De Los muertos? L~t me tell you about the cdebrMton Ok) De Los Muertos means 1ha day of the dead thb ceinbra- tlon last for two days. The first dey for the chlldrlm that has died and the second day for the adults that has died, Did you knew that people In the U.S shy away from discussions of death and Mexicans embrace death I The reason I am doing this Is that my farnllyls part Manlcan and ever sansd I knew I was Mexican, I Iota doing everything like them. My ~'andpa Dave b Muican my dad b half Malcan and mybrothar and I are a quarter Me,d- .fLeLn~, J~idHpp~ ~eamed a Jifl:lo d ~in De los mu- tm = !my+fam . .... . ................. G~iq pu imlu~dnl to |#e Jlmut ~knt ~ ih'~ti li~,e.a&t,zm b19r~.Haddy Puree. 6~utlo-$tacy- Myoh K'dg~. Josh Oavis. ~l~dra I~w'am md Z,Wd~ R~ops E~ ud ~ |adore: ~. tb,qo,'#tk Md:bln I * The Bath County Farmer's Market and vendors continue to be set up at the Kentucky Market Pavilion on Fri- days 8 - 6 and Saturdays 8 - 2. Get a jump on your Christmas shopping AND support local businesses. The Market Pavilion is lo- cated 2914 East Highway 60 near the Salt Lick Exit 123 on 1-64. * Deck the Halls, (for- merly known as the Festi- val of the Trees), a silent auction fundraiser for the Bath County Arts Council to benefits arts programs in Bath County Schools. Locally made trees and Christmas decorations up for bid at the Bath County Memorial Library. On- line bids end at 4:30 p.m., live bids ends at 5 p.m. al Library is hosting Don- na and Lewis Lamb, from Lancaster, Ky., traditional musicians and luthiers (guitar builders), from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. They will be talking about their craft and performing. * City of Owingsville Tree Lighting Ceremony, at the corner of Main Street and Sherman Court, at the Bath County Middle School, 4:30p.m. * Owingsville/Bath County Chamber of Com- merce Christmas Parade, 5 p.m., starts at the Bath County Middle School *Ridgeway's . Annual Christmas Bazaar, 10-2 at the Ridgeway Nursing Home. This event will feature handmade crafts, wreaths, trees, gifts, baked goods and more! Saturday, December Sunday, December 3 2 * Owingsville Woman's Tim's Toy Trot for Club annual Christmas Tots, begins at 5 a.m.Open House Tour, 2 - 5 Owingsville Christian p.m. Homes showcased Church Christmas Ba- this year are Mike and zaar, 8 - 2. Ham biscuits, Renee Cassidy, 6859 chili, soup, homemade Preston Road, Preston; goodies, crafts, and ven- and Ball Tara Farm, Mar- dors. vin and Brenda Ball, 658 Crossroads Elementa-Peck PLke, Sharpsburg. ry School, Breakfast with Tea will be held at Ball Santa, 9- 12. Breakfast, Tara Farm. Tickets are pictures with Santa, shop $5 and can be purchased at Santa's Workshop, 30 at either home. vendors in the gym Bath County Memori- to dislodge the Lifesaver. Dispatcher "It seemed like forever cont. from pg. 1 but it was probably only couple of minutes," Welch Service and is Chief of the said, before an ambulance Olympian Spring Volunteer arrived on scene. Fire Department. Jones said that the child "He was out there doing was examined by the am- what he does," Jones said. bulance service but the Welch said that he ad- woman refused further ministered back blows .and treatment, and the child back thnists; heliiefl was released. State Representative cont. from pg. 1 tem is the responsible path." He also noted that the Consensus Forecasting Group, a group of inde- pendent economists and advisors who set budget projections for the state each financial quarter, have been revising down the state's budget shortfall this year over the past two quarters. He said their next forecast should be re- leased before Christmas. Adkins pointed out the back window of the GADD headquarters and said that the new Rowan Campus of Maysville Community and Technical College, which will contain the Center for Advanced Manufacturing, was scheduled to be com- pleted in December, with classes beginning in Janu- ary. The $28 million facil- ity, a partnership between MCTC and Morehead State University, will allow students to transition more easily from the commu- nity college to a four-year program as well as create opportunities to study en- gineering, space science, and industrial manufactur- ing. 'This will have an impact throughout our entire re- gion," Adkins said. 'Tnis is a very exciting opportu- nity for 21st century jobs." He also noted that after the facility opens there will be a $6.5 million phase II project that is expected to begin after January 2018. Gateway Area Develop- ment District is a multi- county organization focused on planning, pro- moting, and coordinating programs regional eco- nomic and social "develop- ment in Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Rb an Counties. grass Auction & Appraisal LLC1 Kentucky's Premier Estate & Downsizing Services Company Bid in person or online on our website! Previews Friday Prior to Auction loam-6pm, zam-lpm Sun. Estates & Consignment Auction Antiques, Furnishings, Fine Art, More Featured items include a number of fine early 18oos antiques from sideboards and dressers to a wonderful dry sink. Also a wide array of home decor items, hand stitched quilts, Asian porcelain and much more. Dorothy Hale Estate & Others Antiques - Collectibles - Fine Art - More This auction presents the estate of Dorothy Hale, with additions. Featured items include wonderful antiques, fine hand painted porcelain, hand stitched quilts, far too much to list here. Featuring an Original Paul Sawyier Oil on Paper, uniquely painted on both sides of medium. Exquisite. lZ63 Floyd Drive, Lexington 4o5o5 Chuck McKee Auctioneer (859) 389-8650- zo% Buyer's Premium. See website for catalog, full terms and conditions