August 21, 2014

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Butler GED classes starting Print E-mail

Pendleton County Adult Learning Center is happy to announce upcoming GED classes beginning in Butler.  Classes will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Butler City Building.

Required registration opens Monday, August 4 - Wednesday, August 6 and classes will begin Tuesday, August 19.

For more information, contact the Adult Learning Center at 859-654-3325 extension 2601.


Kiddie Tractor Pull winners Print E-mail
Boys and Girls Cutie Pie Contest winners Print E-mail
Kincaid Night Golf Scramble Print E-mail

Kincaid Lake State Park will be holding a Night Golf Scramble on Saturday, September 13. This special event will start at 8 p.m.

The cost to participate is $30 per player. There will four person teams.

All supplies ($5 golf ball  deposit required), glow sticks, etc. are included in the price.

To register, please contact Jeff Auchter at 859-654-8555.

All proceeds support the Kincaid Lake Park Development Association.


Butler Fall Festival, Sept. 5-6 Print E-mail

The Butler Fall Festival will be held on Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. each night.

This year, there will be something for everyone! Events and activities include music, cloggers, a womanless pageant, games, food, silent auction, live cake auction and a jail!

Donations are still being needed for the silent auction as well as the cake auction.

To make a donation or for more information, please contact Mary at 859-609-9639 or Alice at 859-816-3923. You can also call Butler City Hall at 859-472-5015.


Falmouth High School Class of 1964 Reunion, August 22 Print E-mail

The Falmouth High School Class of 1964 will be celebrating their 50th reunion on Friday, August 22 at the Harden Browning American Legion Post 109 in Falmouth. Festivities begin at 4 p.m. and cost of the dinner if eating is $25 per person. Classmates from first grade to grade 12 are encouraged to attend and have a good time.

Contact Jerry England at the following email: or call his phone at 859-806-3009 as soon as possible so plans for the reunion day can be finalized.

Life is so short and it has been a very long time since everybody has seen each other - come out and reminisce about the “good old days.”


Annual Tractor and Machinery Exhibit, August 15-16 Print E-mail

Ancient Iron of Northern KY invites the public to their 7th annual tractor and machinery exhibit.

This event will happen on Friday, August 15 and Saturday, 16 at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds on U.S. 27 in Falmouth.

Set up will begin at 3 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday the events will take place for the public to view. There will be antique machinery demonstrations, 9 a.m. to dark tractor and truck exhibit, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. kids games 8-10 a.m. tractor pull weigh in starts, 12 noon tractor parade, 10 a.m. tractor dead weight pull starts (Classes 3500-6000 lbs. and 6000 to 9000 lbs.).

They will be featuring John Deere tractors this year. For more info call Tom Sargent home (859) 635-4311, cell (859) 468-8909; Al Cummins home (859) 586-0557, cell (859) 486-1302; Billy Nichols (859) 391-4738; Dan Willhite (606) 747-5536; cell (859) 620-2701.

Almost 99% of the proceeds of this tractor and machinery exhibit go to organizations that help people in need.


Roseberry serves aboard USS Ronald Reagan Print E-mail
The Outlook travels to Fripp Island, S.C. Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook traveled to Fripp Island, South Carolina with the Jack and Cindy Wright Family the week of July 19 - July 26. Fripp Island is 15 miles from Parris Island where son Lincoln is stationed with the United States Marine Corps. The Jones, Marrs and Miller families are also pictured above.


The Outlook travels to Sugarcreek Amish Country Print E-mail

The Falmouth Outlook traveled to the Amish Country in Sugarcreek, Ohio with Brenda Christian and husband Mark for vacation over the Memorial Day weekend. Highlights of the trip included the local food and a horse-drawn, open wagon ride through Rolling Ridge Ranch, an 80-acre park that contains 500 animals and birds and over 100 species from around the world. “It was a great trip,” said Brenda. “Sugarcreek is like being in a different time and place.” Pictured above: Brenda Christian is shown holding The Outlook in front of the Alpine Hills Museum and Sugarcreek Information Center.



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