April 20, 2014

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District purchases new reading series for elementary schools Print E-mail

Congratulations were extended to Tyler Baker and Julia Holland for being selected on the basis of audition to the 2014 Kentucky All Star Choirs. Pictured from left: Anthony Strong, Mark Ross, Debra Holland, Julia Holland, Shawn Nordheim, Bill Verax, Daryl Mullins. Not pictured: Tyler Baker. Photo by Roger McKinney.

Board honors athletic and artistic achievement

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Pendleton County School Superintendent Anthony Strong recommended the purchase of reading textbooks from Pearson Learning for Northern and Southern Elementary schools.

Arnold uses artistic abilities to recreate historic sites Print E-mail

Betty Arnold was the special guest speaker at the Pendleton County Historical Society's regular meeting on Saturday, November 16. She sketches and paints pictures of old buildings and historic sites in Pendleton County. Photo by Jackie Vaughn.

By Jackie Vaughn, Reporter

Betty Arnold of Gumlick Road in the Roanoke area was the special guest speaker at the Pendleton County Historical Society's regular monthly meeting on Saturday, November 16. She is a self-taught sketch artist/painter who has created many works of art depicting historic places in the Pendleton County area.

Smith wins title of Princess at Kentucky State Festivals Pageant Print E-mail


Gracie Smith, 8-year-old daughter of Tony and Nicky Smith of Butler, is the current Little Miss Kentucky Wool Festival winner.

Pictures with Santa Sat., Nov. 30 Print E-mail

Children you can come to Falmouth Chiropractic Center at 941 Ridgeway from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, November 30 and get their picture taken with Santa Claus! There is no cost but canned goods will be greatly appreciated.


Trinity Southern Baptist Church serving Thanksgiving dinners Print E-mail

Trinity Southern Baptist Church, 309 East Shelby Street, Falmouth, will be hosting their annual Thanksgiving Dinner from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28.

It is a pleasure and an exciting time for friends and family of Trinity to be celebrating 28 years of mission action to the community through our Thanksgiving Dinner. Meals are shared with shut-ins, rest home residents, community service workers, loyal employees of local businesses who are scheduled to work on the holiday, those who are home alone, and friends and family of the church.

While everyone that is able is encouraged to come and dine with church members in the fellowship, there will also be deliveries available for those who are unable to attend.

If you are interested in a take-out dinner, please call 859-654-2681 (church) or 859-250-2818 (cell phone).

If no one is available for your call, please leave a detailed message on the recorder along with your phone number so someone may call for directions.

Delivery orders will be taken up to 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. There will be no special request orders! A traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be sent.

Trinity Southern Baptist Church covets your prayers as they serve in the name of the Lord.

Enter the fellowship hall from the Broad Street entrance please.


Oakland Christian presents a "Walk Through Bethlehem" Print E-mail

As a gift to the community, God’s family at Oakland (in Pendleton County) is presenting  their “Walk through Bethlehem”  on Dec. 1 and Dec. 7-8. Come and see the shops, the sounds and sights, the guards, the hustle and bustle of Bethlehem as it might have been at the time of Jesus’ birth. Meet Mary and Joseph and the babe at the stable. See the royally robed Magi as they journey to find the baby. Your outdoor journey ends at the tomb where you’ll meet Nicodemus and an angel as they proclaim the “reason for the season.”

Come and see the true meaning of Christmas. Before your tour you will hear special singers inside the church. This is indeed a very special free event for all ages. Remember to dress warmly. Tours will be held 5:30-8:30 p.m. each evening. Refreshments are served. For more info or directions, just call 859-654-6174 or 859-797-3719.


New candidates filing for office Print E-mail
City of Falmouth garbage and leaf pick up Print E-mail

Falmouth City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29 for Thanksgiving. There will not be any garbage pick up on either day. Also please note the last day for leaf pick up is December 6.


KRT presents Christmas musical "It's a Wonderful Life" Print E-mail

Looking for something special to do with your family this holiday season? Kincaid Regional Theatre's Christmas production is It's a Wonderful Life the musical. It will premier on Saturday, December 7 starting at 7:30 p.m. and run other evening performances on December 13, 14, 20, 21, 26, and 27. Matinee performances at 2 p.m. will be December 8, 15, and 27.

Come enjoy the beautiful talents these performers do. The theatre is located at 500 S. Chapel Street in Falmouth. You can go online to order tickets at: www.krtshow.com, or call (859) 654-2636 or toll free (800) 647-SHOW (7469).


Photos needed for Christmas Angels and Baby's First Christmas Print E-mail

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas with all the decorations going up. The Falmouth Outlook staff are already working on special pages that  run colored photos of your baby's first Christmas and Christmas Angels.

Don’t miss the opportunity to recognize your special someone. Cost for the photos is $12. Deadline to have them in is noon on Tuesday, December 17.

The e-mail to send photos is news@falmouthoutlook.com or mail to P.O. Box 111, Falmouth, KY 41040. You can also drop them off at our office at 210 Main Street.



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