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f TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, MARCH 3, 2005, PAGE 14-B Weddings ..... Birthdays ..... Anniversaries ..... New Arrivals ..... Grandparent's OOOO0 O By Flo McKenney 274-4098 Correction on HOSA Pageant winners. The were switched last week and we apologize for the I got several calls from :Ohio County readers, some : from out of state, asking why I wasn't writing for the pa- per. I said I was writing for Ohio County Messenger, be- cause I was asked. No one has asked me to write for Ohio County Times-News. Dome of them said you could ask. So, here I am, giving it try. This is for all who called and said they missed my column. March 4, 6 - 8 p.m. at Beaver Another of Beaver Dam's Dam Grade School and Sat- senior citizens, Alma White, urday, March 5, 11 a.m. - 1 has now gone to be with the p.m. at Beaver Dam Grade Lord. She was a lovely, sweet School. This will be for chil- lady. She will be missed by dren ages four - 15, boys and everyone who knew her. girls. My grandson, Michael Lin Scott has bought a McKenney, had a birthday house and moved. February 14. Vitula Baize had a birth- day February 26. She turned 87. Louise Baize, my sister- My granddaughter, Kim- in-law, turned 98 February berly Kessinger Welfe, and 27. husband, Chris, of Cleve- land, Texas visited family If you are having a birth- and friends recently. Their day, anniversary or have second anniversary was Feb- some news, call Flo ruary 14. Helping them cel- McKenney at 274-4098. ebrate it February 13 at the Moonlite Bar-BQ were It's raining this morning. David, Brenda and Matthew That's called "blue Monday," Kessinger; Glenn and Sarah I believe. Not much to write Everly; and Flo McKenney. this week. If you have any news, call me. Robert Spees, of Paducah, sited his grandmother, Flo McKenney, recently. It's baseball time again. Sign-up times are Friday, Sally Watts, of Hazard, Kentucky, has moved to Bea- ver Dam. She is Lin Scott's sister. Tracy Wimsatt McKenney and sons, Nicholas and Russell, visited Tracy's grandmother at Mount Ster- ling recently. David and Larry Kessinger went hunting and killed several grouse. Brenda cooked the birds. She brought some to me. It was very good. I had never eaten grouse. Charles would bird hunt; he killed quail. I like quail. Charles never killed grouse. 37 - 48 month girls, left to right: first and photogenic, Lexie Blair, daughter of Glen Blair of Owensboro; second, Danielle Pedigo, daughter of Danny and third, Gracie Maddox, daughter of Mary Ann Maddox of McHenry, and Savanna Lee, Tina Clark of Owensboro. O Integrity is the adherence rally held every year in Sep- of ethhml values, tember StUnts ather by Many adults today feel that the flag pole to display to there is a lack of integrity other students their love for among youth. They hear about students who bring firearms to school or youth that are addicted to various drugs and take a few sce- narios and form a negative God. There is now an organiza- tion called Freedom's Answer at the High School. This is a political organization that uses students to convince Vpinion on the entire group, other students to vote in up- : However, these adults of- coming political elections. ten fail to see the students Teenagers involved in this vho are essential members stand up for the government of the community. Adults of- disregard those active in ,their youth groups and those that stand up for their beliefs in activities. Asset number wenty-eight is integrity and encourages youth to act on personal convictions and stand up for individual be- ]iefs. There are a number of examples of this asset being }carried out here at Ohio ICounty High School. : Studen at Ohio County igh don t just talk about integrity. These students :work hard to show integrity in the community. Every ear students stand up for heir belief in God by attend- ing the See You at the Pole and for the right to vote and choose leaders. Without such involvement the poles would lack seriously in the number of people ages 18 to 25 who vote. Every year, people all over the county raise money for cancer research through Re- lay for Life. The event can not be witnessed without no- ticing the teams of young adults and the work done to raise money for the cause. Whether it be raising money, selling food, or being involved in the night's activities in the youth play, a very large role in making the relay run smoothly. Integrity is an asset that I Asset # 28 Integrity - Young person acts on convictions nnd stnnds up for her or his beliefs. Integrity, honesty and responsibility are three values assets that protect young people from engaging in risky behaviors and that increase the likelihood of positive outcomes, such as school success. Together We Care Call us for more information 298.7744 I ill ill I CALL THEA FOR SHOW TIMES 298-3315 Cinema II Cinen|a HIDE &. is instilled in people at an early age. Without parent involvement, this asset would be especially hard to incorporate into the lives of teens. It is very important for parents to be involved. Par- ents can become active in an assortment of activities to help make this asset a staple in the community. Adults can help through things such as: Becoming involved in To- gether We Care. This orga- nization provides countless ways for adults to interact with children and teens. Assisting in the organiza- tion of character-building projects like fund-raising and community service. Offering support to teens as they discover the impor- tance of integrity and its u e- fulness. Integrity is a value that involves community opera- tion. Students and parents are working together dili- gently to increase integrity among the youth of the com- munity. Ashley Evans is the daughter of Wayne and Jill Evans. She is involved in Beta Club, Girls in Science, Young Republicans, the Ohio County Marching Eagles, colorguard and Beaver Dam Baptist Church. 25 - 36 month girls: first place, Kenlee Decker, daughter of Kenneth and Lelah second place and photogenic, Bdanna Sutton, daughter of Destiny and Eddie Sutton third place, Sheyanne Weber, daughter of Trisha Weber of Hartford. ALSO in the 4-6 year old girls, Kalea Brown, second place winner is the of Centertown and Josh Brown of Beaver Dam. It was incorrectly stated last week. 4 - 6-year-old girls, left to right: first place and photogenic, Kaitlyn Coppage and Beth Minton of Hartford; second place, Kalea Brown, dimghter Brown of Centertown and Jenna Strsmpe, daughter of June place, Shelbie Faloway, daughter of Ronnie and Amie Falloway of Owensboro, Heather Tucker, daughter of Sheila and Terry Tucker of Hawesville and Olivia Abney, daughter of Christina West of Calhoun. 55 ALIVE From Eye Care... To Eye Wear. 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