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|their last game November 9. The team had a great season with many wins. The girls well and had fun. They will be having their victory party at the Ohio County Center November 23, from 2 to 4 p.m. to celebrate each girl's commitment, hard Pictured left to right: Coach Sitney Chinn, Emma Lee Chinn, Nata Lee Chinn, Mykael Embry, Lauren Woolen, Taylor Birchwell. Not pictured is Adrianna Shultz. TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, ~002, PAGE 3-13 Nick Johnston of Horse Branch stands next to yota's championship off-road racing Tundra truck during the 2002 National FFA Convention, which was attended by more than 50,000 people (October 30 - November 1). Johnston is a member of the Ohio County FFA chapter. Toyota's focus at the National FFA Convention centered on community service, both at its display and through teacher and student workshops. Four non-profit groups--America's Promise, Foods Resource Bank, National Public Lands Day and the YMCA National Safe Place--joined in this effort, offering advice and ideas on how to .start community-service projects. In addition to the Tundra racing truck, Toyota also displayed the new Tundra Stepside pick-up truck, the 2003 Sequoia and the 10 millionth vehicle produced by the manufacturer in North America---a 2003 Camry. Troop 595 had its first troop meeting November 13. Each member was sworn in her Girl Scout Daisy pin. Pictured front ow, left to right are Cortney Fleener, Shephard, Emma Lee Chinn. Back row;|eft to right, Adrieanna Schultz, Olivia Caroline Nance, Nata Lee Chinn. Not pictured is Gwendolyn Anderson. The Ohio m t ummmmmmnmummmmmmmmmmnnnmmmm~ New Subscription Renewal I I I ! ! I I I I I i I I i I I County: $12.00 Adjoining County: $15.00 In KY: $20.00 Out of State $25.00 ' $1.00 Discount For Senior Citizens I I $1Rm fgg~i~imm~gglimiilil@mmlltggSifllmiillilirmlmi~iiii Register to xvin a "CoIIch Potato Basket" xvhen you come in to see our line ot' sotas, loveseats, f ! I d l" so a-s ee ers all rec lners. Ben Tarrance of Beaver Dam stands next to Toyota's championship off-road racing Tundra truck during the 2002 National FFA Convention, which was attended by more than 50,000 people (Octo- ber 30 - November 1). Tarrance is a member of the Ohio County FFA chapter. Toyota's focus at the National FFA Convention centered on community service, both at its display booth and through teacher and student workshops. Four non-profit groups--America's Promise, Foods Resource Bank, National Public Lands Day and the YMCA National Safe Place-joined in this effort, offering advice and ideas on how to start community service projects. In addition to the Tundra racing truck, Toyota also displayed the new Tundra Stepside pick-up truck, the 2003 Sequoia and the 10 millionth vehicle produced by the manufacturer in North America--a 2003 Camry. American Cancer Society Golf Pass first on As the holidays approach, ranges. Some restrictions apply, any golfer - it's the right size, finding the perfect git for Ohio The Golf Pass is valued at color and style and, most impor- County golfers has never beenmore than $3,000, but you cantantly, will place you first on the easier. And, when you purchase get it for just a $35 donation to gift giving leader board! the American Cancer Society'sthe American Cancer Society. Whether you're shopping for 2003 Kentucky Golf Pass, you The Golf Pass is valid during the family, friends or co-workers, the help the fight against cancer, too. 2003 calendar year, with someGolf Pass is guaranteed to bring The American Cancer exceptions noted on the pass.good cheer." Society's 2003 Kentucky Golf Take advantage of the multiple For more information about Pass is the gift that keeps on giv- pass discount - when you pur-participating courses in your ing throughout the new year. chase more than one pass, each area or to place an order, contact The Golf Pass entitles golfers to additional pass is only $25! the American Cancer Society at play at some of the most beauti- "This year you can check off 1-800-ACS-2345. The Golf Pass ful locations in the state by of- all the golfers on your shopping may also be purchased at the fol- fering free or discounted rounds list with one easy phone call," lowing outlets in Ohio County: at over 160 courses. The 2003said Heather Blair with the Bank of Ohio County, Family Golf Pass also offers free prac- American Cancer Society. "TheWellness Center and Ohio tice/range balls at select driving Golf Pass is the perfect gift for County Times-News. | CHRISTMAS IN DOWNTOWN BEAVER DAM 7, 2002 ~ 6-9 P.M. YOUNG & Co, INC, 212 NORTH MAIN ST. BEAVER KY 42320.270-274-3212 n•mmmnmmmmmmlmm•mmmmmmmm•mllmmmmmmmmm• "NAME • ADDRESS • PHONE ••••II•••••••U•••••••••••••••••••i••• • • Drawing will be • December 21, • 2002, u You do not have to • be present to win. t