April 16, 2014

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Emergency Book Sale at library Print E-mail

Due to the generous donations from BB’s Shell Station and many other individuals in celebration of “National Book Lover’s Day,” the Pendleton County Public Library’s book closet is filled to the brim!  They will be having an Emergency Book Sale during the month of February so come and take a look at what’s available.  Hardcover and oversized paperbacks are selling for $1 and regular paperbacks are .50¢.


Organizing committee for the PCHS Class of 1964 to meet Print E-mail

The organizing committee for the 50th class reunion of the Pendleton County High School Class of 1964 will be meeting soon. If you  have any suggestions please contact Gary Veirs  859-322-0025 or email at: cam1969rs@aol.com  or Dale Beighle 859-462-3704 or email at: daleannbeighle@yahoo.com


PCHS Class of 1974 needs suggestions for 40th reunion Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School Class of 1974 will be celebrating their 40th reunion soon. They would like to have class members’ input on what they would like to have as their reunion. There are plans to possibly have it at a hotel in the Northern Kentucky area. Please let them know what you think by contacting Juanita Hughes or Carol Caldwell. Their email addresses are CCaldwell@blueone.net or Juanitahughes@kycourts.net. There is also a Facebook page that you can comment on.


Farwells to celebrate 50th anniversary Print E-mail
The Outlook travels to Parris Island, S.C. Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook traveled to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Parris Island in South Carolina for the graduation of Private First Class Austin Workman, USMC. Marines were first stationed on Parris Island in 1891. The location was officially designated a recruit depot on November 1, 1915 and military training has continued from then on. The Marines train about 17,000 recruits at Parris Island each year.


Pfc. Gulick reads The Outlook on the front line in Korea Print E-mail

Pfc. Bobby Gulick and comrades gather around to read the hometown news while stationed in Korea.

The Falmouth Outlook has been running "The Outlook Travels" articles for quite awhile. This is where readers take the newspaper with them when they go on vacation to faraway destinations or visit special places of interest. They have their picture taken with the paper at their location and it is printed for everyone to see.

Well, it appears soldiers from Pendleton County were doing this long before The Outlook started documenting community travels. Although the picture is not real clear, pictured above is Pfc. Bobby Gulick reading The Falmouth Outlook at the front lines in Korea. This was taken during the Korean War between the years of 1950-1953.

Girl Scout Cookie booths to be at Wyatt’s Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Girl Scouts held a Cookie Rally on Saturday, January 4 at the Butler Methodist Church to kick off this year’s cookie season. The girls learned about planning, budgeting, money management and advertising. They also practiced cookie selling techniques and scenarios and made posters to “bling” their cookie booths. Help support the local Pendleton County Girl Scout troops. Cookie booths will be set up at Wyatt’s SuperValu the weekends of February 1-2 and February 8-9. Can’t make it those days? Call Jennifer at 859-391-4737 to find a local girl to purchase from or for more info about joining Girl Scouts.


Arnold’s work featured at library Print E-mail

The featured artist at the Pendleton County Public Library for January and February is Betty Arnold. Betty’s medium is pencil and she features many familiar sites in the Morgan community. Please stop by and take a look at this wonderful display! The library is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sunday from 1 - 5 p.m.


PC Library offers literacy kits Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Public Library now offers literacy kits for check out! Each kit is comprised of a picture book and a collection of related games, songs, and other activities designed to make reading interactive and enjoyable for young children. Contents of the literacy kit can help bring books to life and deepen the reading experience for children. These kits are perfect for parents, daycare providers, and teachers to use in a preschool setting. Kits can be checked out for a two week period. For a list of available literacy kits, please call the library at 859-654-8535.


Georgetown announces dean’s list Print E-mail

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