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I & HEALTH FORM" AND "APPLICATION FOR FREE/REDUCED BE COMPLETED & BROUGHT WITH CHILDREN TO CAMPI KENTUCKY SHERIFFS' BOYS & GIRLS RANCH CAMP REGISTRATION & HEALTH FORM AGE_..__DATE OF BIRTH RACE.__ NAME CITY STATE ZiP COUNTY WORK PHONE ~GEGENCY, CALL FAMIL~'Y INCOMES CHILD'S SSN FOR FREE~REDUCED MEALS AT SCHOOL? YES NO OVERNIGHT CAMP BEFORE? _._YES__.._. NO FEARS WE SHOULD BE AWARE OF SUCH AS FEAR OF THE ? YES NO IF YES. EXPLAIN ESTS OR HO861ES? P.~.,~.T tN aLL ACTIVITIES? YES NO IF NO. EXPLAIN MEDICATION? YES REASON(S) TAKING: NO IF YES, PLEASE LJST ALL FOR CHILD TO TAKE: TYLENOt.? IBUPROFEN? OTHER? TO NO. INSURANCE CO PL~J~$E ATTACH COPY OF INSURANCE CARC IMMUN IZATION CHILD MAY HAVE THAT STAFF SHOULD BE AWARE OF: CONVULSIONS HOMESICKNESS .----- -----. 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I~hcml JPa/m Ill.Is IIImI,t ~ I, ~IIl - JIi~ ~ I I.,mI ,,mmmL U~ ,'~ p, mnm's ezpm,cmd ~ m i b~mt ~ a~l ,~. m ~ f~ural doUars ~ mmds ~r~ed ~ ym~ ~1, :m~ amm i~It q~ hf ~O i I pl" ilall (~tio i~" ylll) I" / IIII I If Illll-s tl Ull i tMid iI l / I~.T~ iiiIblr. ),oll I it~ dll i~ lilIi )~M I kll~ ~ ~ Ib~,.~M If~ v4d~ mqR~vlbr j ImmUre CANDIDATE RON FIFIELD, 1519 NARROWS RD., FORDSVILLE, KY TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH ;2P8, 2002, PAGE 11-A 00000 .......... /By Dorothy Gentry Ellis Park, named in honor of former Mayor Charles R. Ellis, located off Oakwood Drive between Walker and Griffin Streets, is a spacious, well equipped park with basketball courts, swings, sliding beards, climbing bars, ball field and stadium, and a nice building for rest rooms. A large plaque nearby reads "This plaque placed in memory of Cecil Bowlds for his dedication and time to the Hartford parks, 1973-1992. the Child / KIDS EDED AT CEL- EBRATE THE CHILD There will be young people dancing, singing, playing, creat- ing, and lending a hand at Cel- ebrate the Child 2002. Kids are needed to perform, enjoy the ac- tivities, and to help make it a day to remember for all. Celebrate the Child will be held Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Ohio County High School. The event, now in its ninth year, has won state and national recognition and is a day that is a highlight for many area children and families. All events are free and everyone is welcome to attend. If you are a young person who can sing, dance, play an instru- ment, or do other amazing tivities. A youth advisory board also has been meeting to make preparations for Celebrate the Child. The theme for this year's event is "Reach for the S.T.A.R.S.!" (Students That Are Reading Succeed) -- a reminder of the wonders of space and the great future ahead for young people who read and love to learn. New events will include the premiere of NASA's Starship 2040, a mock-up of a futuristic commercial spaceliner, in it's first-ever visit to Kentucky. Also, a lively presentation of "Aesop's Fables" will be per- formed by the talented Lexing- ton Children's Theatre. There will be much more to see and do, as well. things, your talent may be show- Celebrate the Child is a pro- cased at Celebrate the Child. ject.ofToget We Care, a grow- Youth will be l a'forming in the ing coalition of yodng people, gym throughout the lay. parents, educator , business rep- Well over a hundred middle resentatives, religious leaders and high school youth will be and others who are working to serving as volunteers in a vari- build assets and to prevent drug ety of roles including greeting and alcohol use and other prob- people, acting as costumed char- lems affecting youth. acters, or helping with asset ac- The Developmental Assets , .n.,I II| WI Saturday,i March 30,2002I J I p.m. I \- at the I OhioCounty I ADMI%ION-! Park I -2 CON : SSION [ k,,f Hwy. 69 North m Hartford, KY [ include forty important things such as family support, adult role models, service opportuni- ties and values that enable young people to grow up to be caring, responsible adults. For more information about Celebrate the Child or building assets call Together We Care at 298-7744. tzens news The Fordsville Senior Center will host a potluck meal at 5 p.m. on March 28. Following the meal the group will be enter- tained' by bluegrass music: "All senior citizens are invited. The supper will be held at the Fordsville Fire Department. m The April Senior Citizen Dance will be April 2 at 7 p.m. The dance will be held at the Ohio County Senior Center. All senior citizens are invited. The April AARP meeting will be April 3 at the Ohio County Senior Center. The meeting will begin at 12:30. All Ohio County senior citizens are invited to join the local chapter. A shopping trip to Hanson is planned for April 26. The group will leave at 10 a.m. Call 298- 4460 to make reservations. fo~ by Roanld Fi~ld. 1519 Nanom Rd, F~dsv~lle, KY 42343 J