April 24, 2014

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"Get To Know Your Local Candidates" special section Print E-mail

In the May 13, 2014 issue of The Falmouth Outlook there will be some special pages carrying candidates answers to questions that they have been given to respond to.

The county judge candidates and candidates running for magistrate already received their questions to answer at the political forum sponsored by the Kentucky Farm Bureau held on April 10.

The other questions for the candidates with opposition that will be on the May Primary Ballot will have their questions to answer mailed, or e-mailed to them this week with a April 28 deadline to have the questions and answers back to the newspaper.

Candidates are allowed 400 words to answer the questions. Please be brief.

Candidate advertising will be sold to help deliver and produce this informative section. Each candidate will be asked to purchase at least a quarter page in the section. That quarter page will contain whatever the candidate wants in his or her ad.

Any further questions contact April DeFalco at (859) 445-1187 or Debbie Dennie at (859) 391-9476.


Outlook photo takes first in contest Print E-mail
New items at Falmouth Rotary Spaghetti Supper & Silent Auction Print E-mail

The Falmouth Rotary Club will be hosting their spaghetti supper and silent auction from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, April 25, 2014. It will be held at the St. Francis Xavier Church in Falmouth. Cost is adults, $5; children $3. A new option to bid on this year will be new or slightly used purses. Come ready to add a few purses to your collection. If you have a purse or purses, or an item for their silent auction which you would like to donate for their event please bring them to the Falmouth Branch of US Bank, U.S. 27 and Robbins Avenue by April 22, 2014. All proceeds to benefit Falmouth Rotary Scholarship Fund for Pendleton County High School Seniors.


Upcoming Job Fair, April 15 Print E-mail

Facilities Management Technologies (FMT) will be hosting a job fair on Tuesday, April 15 at the Kentucky Career Center, Pendleton County office. The event will be held from 1:30-4 p.m. at the Falmouth School Center, located at 500 Chapel Street.

FMT will be hiring for maintenance supervisor, maintenance electricians, maintenance technicians and Maximo CMMS technicians.

For more information, call Douglas Beard at (859) 654-3325 ext. 2903 or visit www.nkcareercenter.org.


Pendleton County residents take advantage of free screenings at community health fair Print E-mail
Local restaurants recognized by Three Rivers for being smoke free Print E-mail
Mt. Auburn Homemakers’ sewing project produces items for Children’s Hospital Print E-mail
Mayor Hart honors Kentucky College Coaches Print E-mail
Rumpke announces new operations manager at Butler Print E-mail
Reception for Imogene Jacobs Print E-mail

You are cordially invited to share in memories of many years, while working with Imogene Jacobs, former owner of the Stop N’ Tell restaurant in Falmouth.

A reception will be held at the Falmouth Baptist Church from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Light refreshments will be served.

Please come join old friends and former co-workers and share good times with someone who supported local families and this community for so many years.

No gifts are requested, only your presence.

For further information, please contact Joyce Flaugher at 859-654-8234.



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