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1 i TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 7 2002, PAGE 10-B Ohio County Times-News OOO00000000O *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries *Special Occasions Spring Enrollment Period Now Through April 15, 2002 Urgent news for people who took Remember in your prayers Cecil Reid and Bettie Jean Howell, Slim and Edna Rae Bartlett, little Caitlin Elizabeth Gordon and her family, Juanita Reneer, Mary Daugherty, Norwood Montgomery, Belvarine Abney, Jack Butterworth, William Keown, Stacy Starnes Durham, Jamie Bowlds, Linda Render Glover, Sharon Whitehead, Anita Rae Smith, Raymond Kirk, Heather Lynn Minton and Annette Mor- gan. Keep our country, our leaders and the men and women who serve in the military in your prayers. .-,--. Sympathy is extended to the family of Homer Harrison. Beth Chirm Harp is writing a book about Point Pleasant/ Matanzas and would like ar- ticles or pictures that relate to that area from the beginning, about 1803 up to 1960. Family stories, pictures of activities, people and their homes, or any memorabilia that pertains to that time and place would be welcome. She is trying to include all people that resided or had a close connection there. You can con- tact her at (phone) 502-695- 1922, (e-mail), or write Beth Chinn Harp, 379 Westover Road, Frankfort, Ken- tucky. She will be coming to Matanzas several times this year and will be glad to meet wihh you there. She has already collected over 400 pages of pic- tures and stories, but would like to include everyone. Saundra Woodward has spent from Monday evening through Thursday of this week in Owensboro, where, as president- elect of the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children, she was conducting the 47th annual con- ference of the state organization. During the conference, Saundra entertained as her key- note speakers, Rhonda and John Leach, founders of Ohio County Equestrian, Inc., who spoke on Wednesday about their experiences with their own children as well as their busi- ness. Ron Whitehead, noted poet/writer/teacher of Louis- ville, formerly of Centertown, was Thursday's keynote speaker. Ron read several selections, including "Jesus Saved My Soul and Music Saved My Life," in which he mentions attending church at Centertown Baptist Church with Paige, Steve and Stan Snodgrass and Saundra Woodward. Ron brought with him to the conference Michael Polluck, poet/musician of Ireland, who Forever Grateful Her hair is gray, she's getting old, She 71 love us always we are told. She's here for us to love and cherish, And our love for her will never perish. At the times when we've been very bad, we Look into her eyes so sad. And to see the tears that we have brought, How could we after all she's taught. #lcSomeday we how that will learn, I banish all those tears that burn. I For never will there be another, I as our own sweet loving mother. I Love Both Your n Daughters, I Ca>,EUe. I By Edie Coleman 232-5136 also read and sang some selec- tions of his poetry; Ramsey Car- penter, violinist of Hartford; his mother and aunt, Greta White- head and Jo Carolyn Patton, who sang three renditions from down memory lane, and Andy, a per- cussionist from Louisville. The program ended with an acapella rendition of "Amazing Grace" by Saundra Woodward, in which all the other poets and musicians came in on the last stanza. Saundra also had the privilege of presenting the Ken- tucky Special Education Admin- istrator of the Year award to Jan Everly, Ohio County's special education director. The Centertown United Meth- odist Church invites everyone to their upcoming revival. It will be held March 18, 19 and 20 at 7:00 each evening. Rev. Helqua Wilson of Livermore United Methodist Church will be bring- ing the message each evening. Western Elementary will hold a talent show Friday, march 8, beginning at 7 p.m. The Courthouse Players open Friday night with their latest production of "The Emperor's New Clothes." The show will open Friday nights at 7:30. Two young ladies from Centertown in the production are Ciara Boyd and Ivy Coleman. Both are fifth- grade students at Western El- eni'entary. Ivy is in Cast 1 and Ciara is in Cast 2. The play will run the 8th and 9th at 7 p.m. and the 10th at 2:30 p.m. and the fol- lowing weekend, the 15th and 16th at 7:30 and the 17th at 2:30. Many hours have been put into this production which has a large cast and has many young people, who have worked very hard. It is a very enjoyable play and one the entire family will enjoy. You won't want to miss it. She recalled how one da); on the way to school, she fell into a mud puddle and her teacher, Mrs. Vilma Williams, took lov- ing care of her that day. Her other wonderful teachers she told the group of were Mrs. Thelma Ashby Johnson and Mrs. Hazel Peters. After the program, Ed and Greta, along with Paddy Daugherty, visited the Brescia College's high school art exhibit in which Ed and Greta's grand- son, Atticus Coleman, had two pieces which were accepted into the juried art show. They en- joyed seeing his works of art and also enjoyed visiting with their son, Ron, before he rettirned to Louisville. Steve and Linda Shrull en- joyed a visit to Broussard, Loui- siana, where they visited their daughter, Lisa. Lisa, who works for the Lafayette Park and Rec- reation Service and her hus- band, Keith Richardson, who is a computer programmer for the Schumacher Group, have en- joyed living in Louisiana for the past two years. While visiting Lisa and Keith, Steve and Linda toured St. Martinville, which is the third oldest town in Louisi- ana. They also ate at Foti's Diner, where they enjoyed cat- fish, crawfish and alligator and also enjoyed a trip to the beach. Betty Mills of Bowling Green spent the weekend with her mother, Violet Porter. They had a very enjoyable weekend to- gether. David and Janis Jones en- joyed breakfast Sunday morning with Chris and Ann Snarr of Mount Sterling, Kentucky. If we had no winter the spring would not be so pleasant. Anne Bradstreet. SUBSCRIBE TODAYI Kentucky's Affordable Prepaid Tuition Gradua-ti0n Da)c June 6, 2014 Tuition: Already Paid tod.y', rates9 .... 7 The Centertown Restaurant will be opening again on April 1. I'm sure many of you are looking forward to having the hometown favorite open for business once again. Little Caitlin Elizabeth Gor- don celebrated her second birth- day at home with her family. Caitlin is still in need of our prayers. On Thursday, Ed and Greta Whitehead, Jo Carolyn Patton, Velvet Woosley and Paddy Daugherty all attended the Ken- tucky Council for Exceptional Children, where Jo and Greta entertained, along with Greta's son, Ron Whitehead. Greta told about her memories of the fine teachers at Walton's Creek, the one-room school house where she attended as a small child. KAPT locks in tomorrow's tuition at today's rated Contact State Treasurer Jonathan Miller 1-888-919-KAPT l)octors are concerned that these drugs have damaged your heart or caused Pulmonary Hypertension. Many injured people have no symptoms, while others have shortness of breath, chest pains, fatigue, or other symptoms. Doctors are urging you to have an echocardiogram to determine what care you may need. Call us today to find out more about this test and be informed about your legal rights. 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