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XPEDX ZEPHYR PRESS 9,910.89 1,435.48 3,040.00 343.21 211.05 240.74 4,679.20 5,262.50 500.00 3,000.00 627.90 23.54 593.69 4.79 106.80 274.53 500.00 2,000.00 500.00 3,000.00 722.53 500.00 2,000.00 135.53 64.78 73,740.03 15.00 606.00 6,119.80 120.00 960.00 7,398.97 3,239.87 83.32 32,852.50 31,230.00 117.20 9,891.55 389.90 9,673.21 88.76 416.51 44,998.52 45.00 17.28 500.00 3,000.00 10,00 92,520.22 8,793.20 859.29 410.62 500.00 2.000.00 982.82 10,032.42 952.38 135.30 42.00 16,468.62 60.00 24.78 114.00 230.38 956.49 168.72 16.95 1,200.00 350.00 45.00 41.31 517.47 80.00 329.76 1,425.00 2A56.00 162.23 866.30 280.00 83.55 1,981.96 15,416.95 200.00 907.00 124.35 2,390.38 588.12 842.93 2,129.12 25,260.00 84.85 FISCAL YEAR-TO-DATE GRO PAYROLL RETIREMB WITHHQ.OINGS OTHER PRE-TAX W'I FEDERAL INCOME TAX WffI'I'IOLDING STATE INCOME TAX WTTI'I'IQ.D FICA & MEDICARE WlTHHOLDtN 16,758,535.08 (1,372,746.55) (856,320.73) (1,541,834.43) (856.163.53) (431,347.29) OHIO COUNTY OCCUPA~ TAX VI~MHOLDING (187,583.89) OTHER WffHttOLDiN~ (787,023.95) NET PAYROU. 10,965,514.71 0hio County Board of Education Unaudited FinanciaJ Statements For Fisc Ended June 30, 2002 TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2002, PAGE 5-(2 In today' society, even in a small county such as ours, we have to fight the evils of drugs and alcohol to protect our chil- dren. Peer pressure is strong so we must have something good to offer our children to help them resist the temptations. We have the perfect program! Boy Scouts of America. Boy Scout Troop 173 and Cub Scout Pack 371 of Ohio County have deep roots in this county. After 21 years," and 18 Eagle Scouts, our program is stronger than ever before. Troop 173 and Cub Pack 371, chartered by Beaver Dam Bap- tist Church is now serving ev- ery school district in Ohio County. Every leader in the Troop and Pack are highly trained and qualified to offer your sons the best possible pro- gram. The program is structured to teach your sons about the great outdoors, responsibility, and the importance of values and integ- rity. We camp, hike, and offer your sons over 100 different merit badges that teach them skills to help them throughout their lifetime. Steve Storm, a highly re- spected and well-known name among the scouting circle in Kentucky and surrounding states, is the Scout Master of Troop 173. Steve has had years of extensive training and has been honored with several awards for his dedication to the Scout program. Steve is also the proud father of not one, but two sons who has reached the high- eat rank and honor of Eagle Scouts. Tina Leisure, another well known name in the Scouting community is Cub Master of Cub Scout Pack 371. Tina has also dedicated her time and en- ergy to the program spending many hours in training in order to provide the best possible pro- gram for the boys. Not only is Tina the Cub Master for the pack, she also is the Den Leader for the Tiger Cubs, and an Assistant Scout Mas- ter in Troop 173. Each person in the Troop and the Pack holding a lead- ership position has been trained in order to provide your son with the best quality program possible. Each group meets weekly at Beaver Dam Baptist Church. You do not have to be a member of this church to join. This program is spon- sored by the Boy Tina Leisure, Cubmaster of Pack 371, and Scouts of America Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 173, at and is open to any Camp Roy C. Manchester. boy in the first through 12th grade regardless of race, creed, or religion. Beaver Dam Baptist Church has been kind in offering us a nice place to meet. Steve Storm, Scoutmaster of Troop 173, awards Jeffrey Oliver with his Tenderfoo* Rank. Boy Scout Troops 173 and 371 America's teen girls say that talking about the September 11 terrorist attacks was the single most helpful coping mechanism for them, according to a new study by the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI). GSRI conducted the online survey, titled "How America's Youth Are Faring Since September llth," in conjunction with Partners in Brainstorms, in order to gauge the effects of the tragedy on American teenage girls. Respondents to the online survey consisted of 1,480 girls ages 11 - 17, reflecting a mix of geographic, ethnic so- cioeconomic backgrounds, and included both Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts. The study found that the emotionaleffects of Septembersafe," Fran Fach, executive llth, future threats, andthewar director of Girl Scouts of on terrorism were still Kentuckiana says. "Girl resonating through the daily Scouting, with its unique adult- lives of teenage girls three girl partnership, provides girls months later. More than one with a nurturing environment quarter (26 percent) of girls said where they can discuss their that talking about the events is feelings and participate in the one activity that has been community service activities most helpful to them in coping, that will help in the healing Overwhelmingly, girls picked process." their mothers (51 percent) as the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana person who listened to them and serves more than 21,700 girls helped them the most. Almost throughout 57 counties in half (46 percent) of the girls re- Kentucky, Indiana and ported that their feelings ranged Tennessee. Girl Scouting helps from"a little less safe" to"much cultivate values, social less safe" to "I am terrified." conscience and self-esteem in "Adults who live and work young girls, while also teaching with youth should keep in mind them critical life skills that will that our teens really want, and enable them to succeed as need, to rely on adults to feel adults. and tell someone what a good job they are doing! A little praise never hurts anyone. Please j'oin Wayne & Marilyn Hunsaker and myself at my home on 1449 Shultz Rd. Narrows~Dundee on Saturday, August 24th at 5:00 p.m. Chicken, Potato Salad, Baked Beans and Cole BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS, YOUR QUESTIONS, AND MEET THE DEMO- CRAT CANDIDATE FOR OHIO COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE. Slaw along with Drinks will be served. Music WILL BE PROVIDED AND EVERYONE IS WELCOME! JANET MAGAN Paid for by: Wayne Hunsaker for Judge Executive, Manlyn Hunsaker, Treasurer 3430 3: i,' :i p. ? :!!