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Image 9 of The Falmouth Outlook June 7, 2011

Part of The Falmouth Outlook

The Falmouth Outlook, June 7, 2011, Page 9 School From left: Ryeona Griffin, Logan Connor, Chris Robles (teacher), Leah Moore, Lydia Whiteford were recognized at the Kentucky Green and Health Schools Kentucky National Energy Education Development (NEED) Porject Youth Summit Awards luncheon. Southern students awarded for creating environmental sustainability projects Southern’s Relay For Life team dance for a cure Southern Elementary’s Relay for Life team, “Southern Belles,” sponsored a fifth grade dance on May 18. Students were asked to "think pink" and wear as much of it as they could. From left: Dillon Feltner, Cullen Beard, Mitchell Brinkdoepke, Cain Baker, Chloe Baumgartner, Desiree Gilbert, Madison Meyer and Ashley Smith. Class sponsors were chosen and later voted on by their peers. Coolest dancer awards went to Sadie Weaver and Austin Shouse; William Bryan won the bubble gum guess. The dance raised close to $400 for the Southern Belles. MISSING The person in the green truck that took my pup at the end of Bill King Lane on Highway 27, May 23 please contact me! He is deeply missed and in need of his medication. Please help my baby get home! Reward offered, no questions asked. RD Southern’s Relay For Life Prince and Princess PLEASE CALL 859.298.9264 OR 859.234.8264 Prince and Princess of Relay For Life are Cain Baker and Chloe Baumgartner. Hobb’s Sweet Sensations 12 ASSORTED DOUGHNUTS- 7 NON FILLED- .79¢ Each FILLED- .89¢ Each KETTLE ANY VARIETY- $110 Each CHEESE CROWNS- $110 Each DANISHES- .99¢ Each grown to over 200 schools and it continues to build momentum,” said Meyer. “It’s exciting to see students and faculty from elementary through high school learn about and improve their own health and the sustainability of their environment.” More than 30 Kentucky schools participated in the summit this year. “Many of the schools took advantage of grants made available through KGHS this year by federal stimulus funding from the Kentucky Department of Energy Development and Independence,” said Elizabeth Schmitz, executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Education Council. “This grant program has funded 38 energy saving projects at schools across Kentucky so far, and funding is available through the spring of 2012 unless available funds are disbursed sooner.” The Kentucky Environmental Education Council is an agency in the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. For more information about KGHS, visit or call 1-800-882-5271. FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE COMPANY vs. SUB SANDWICH- SM.- $300 LG.- $440 SANDWICHES BLT DOUBLE DECKER- $399 2 MEAT DOUBLE DECKS- $439 CHICKEN SALAD SMALL- $300 (859) 472-3555 (The old Fifth Third Building) 10174 HWY 27 NORTH • BUTLER, KY Owners Lindbergh and Donna Hobbs DEFENDANTS * * * * * By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered May 20, 2011, in the above action, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on June 16, 2011 at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: Property Address: 608 South Chapel Street, Falmouth, Kentucky 41040 All sandwiches include chips! O rder your cakes and pies 2 days in advance. PLAINTIFF COMMISSIONER’S SALE ANTHONY BROCK TRUDA D. BROCK CITY OF FALMOUTH AMERICA’S WHOLESALE LENDER COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC. THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK FIFTH THIRD BANK (NORTHERN KENTUCKY) Café $ 99 the work their students completed this school year. For the second consecutive year, Fayette County’s Henry Clay High School received the highest level of award given when it was designated as a Model Kentucky Green & Healthy School. Wellington Elementary in Fayette County received the New Kentucky Green & Healthy School flag for implementing energy efficient and sustainable design features when the school was built. Jessie Clark Middle School and Montessori Middle School of Kentucky, both Fayette County, received Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools flags for completing nine projects. Notre Dame Academy, Jefferson County; Old Mill Elementary, Bullitt County; and Tichenor Middle School, Kenton County, were awarded School in Progress plaques for completing three projects. Another 19 schools received certificates for joining KGHS and completing initial student team work. “In its fourth successful year, the Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools program enrollment has COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00275 Full line of doughnuts and pastry, plus cookies, sub sandwiches, soups, salads, coffee & cappuccino! Bakery Southern Elementary School students in Pendleton County received a certificate at the Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools, Kentucky National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project Youth Summit and Awards luncheon on May 18 in Frankfort. The fourth-annual event recognized students who participate in the Kentucky Green & Healthy Schools (KGHS) program and the Kentucky NEED Project. First Lady Jane Beshear addressed event attendees via video message, and Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Joseph U. Meyer was the keynote speaker. More than 200 schools across Kentucky participate in the KGHS program, which started in 2007. Staff and students in the program implement efficiency and environmental sustainability projects at their schools in nine areas: energy, indoor air quality, green spaces, hazardous chemicals, water, health and nutrition, transportation, solid waste, and instructional leadership. At the event, 26 schools were presented with awards for PIDN: 051-20-04-025.00 SUNDAY 5:30 AM - 2:00 PM MON. - SAT. 5:30 AM - 5:30 PM EAT IN OR CARRY OUT! TRACT #1: Lot #16 and the north half of Lot #17 (adjoining Lot #16) in Woodhead’s Subdivision, as laid down on the plat thereof recorded in Deed Book 87, Page 378, Pendleton County Court Clerk’s Office. TRACT #2: Being one=half (?) of the lot between the property of Karl F. Singer and Betty J. Singer, husband and wife, and Arnold L. Conrad and Bettie Conrad, husband and wife, lying and being adjacent to the property of said Conrad’s on South Chapel Street, City of Falmouth, Kentucky, said lot being _____ feet in frontage on said Street measured from the corner line of the property of the above mentioned Conrad’s on South Chapel Street, with said lot hereby conveyed having full depth to rear property line thereof. Being a part of the same property (being Lot Nos., 14 and 15, Woodhead Subdivision, City of Falmouth, Kentucky, plat thereof in Deed Book 87, Page 378, Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, Falmouth, Kentucky, as conveyed by deed from Martha Arnold, dated September 15, 1954 and recorded in Deed Book 97, Page 494. A part of Lot #14 in above recital was conveyed to Earl F. Singer and Betty J. Singer, see Deed Book 98, Page 21, said Clerk’s Office and which fronts 50 feet on said Chapel Street. The intention of this Deed is to convey one-half (?) of the reminder of said Lot No. 14 and Lot No. 15 as above set-out. PENDLETON Source of title: Being the same property conveyed to the mortgagors herein, Anthony D. Brock and Truda D. Brock, husband and wife, by deed from Aaron C. Harper and Rebecca M. Harper, husband and wife, dated the 9th day of March, 2005 and of record in Deed Book 269, Page 231, Pendleton County Court Clerk’s Office, Falmouth, Kentucky. This property is being sold to produce the sum of $66,992.59, plus $4,699.55 in interest from February 1, 2010 through and including April 11, 2011, together with interest at the rate of 5.875% per annum from April 11, 2011 until May 20, 2011; plus $1,991.91 in insurance, $127.74 in pre-acceleration late charges, $80.50 in property inspection fees, $210.00 in property preservation fees, with interest accruing on the entire balance at the rate of 5.875% per annum from May 20, 2011 until paid, Plaintiff’s reasonable attorney fees, and Court costs herein expended. The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; We Have New Type Styles and a Wide Variety of Clip Art for Your Convenience! Let Us Custom Design an Ad for Your Business 3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the balance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent taxes; 6) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 7) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any persons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 8) Said property shall be sold subject to: a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Call: 859-654-3332 Hon. Camille D. Rorer Hon. Taylor McCoy Hamilton MORGAN & POTTINGER, P.S.C. Attorneys for Plaintiff 601 West Main Street Louisville, Kentucky 40202 (502) 589-2780 Visit us on the web at Find everything from Home & Garden to Recipes! CLICK ON WEEKLY FAMILY FEATURES FOR PLENTY OF NEW IDEAS! JUDY M. WRIGHT 204 Mill Street P.O. Box 186 Butler, Kentucky 41006 (859) 654-2929 MASTER COMMISSIONER

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