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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I / January 20, 2011 9 . Caverna Independent Schools will observe School Board Hember Recognition Month The Caverna Indepen- dent Schools will join pub- lic .school systems across the Commonwealth in honoring a group of local leaders during the Janu- ary observation of School Board Member Recogni- tion Month in Kentucky. "Wayne Hatcher, J.T. Neely, Maria  Wilson, Sheldon Ballou and Bill Payton are important play- ers in the ongoing quest to ensure that the students of the Caverna Indepen- dent Schools receive the highest-possible quality of learning experiences from innovative teachers in safe and efficiently managed schools," Superintendent Dr. Sam Dick said. Wayne Hatcher has served on the board of education since 1993, J.T. Neely has served since 2003, Maria Wilson has served since ,2007, Shel- don Ballou first took office in 2009 and Bill Payton is taking office January 2011. "Among the many qual- ities our board members demonstrate on a daily basis is their unwavering commitment to our stu- dents and our teach.ors and to finding the resources needed to foster an excel- lent classroom learning atmosphere," said Super- intendent Dick. "Some people assume school board service oc- curs once or twice a month at board meetings," he said. "But when you look around at our aca- demic team competitions, our school plays, our ball games, our fundraisers and other activities in our schools, you'll see our board members in service there, too." The Cavenla Indepen- dent Board of Education is responsible for oversight of a $7 million annual bud- get that funds everything from buildings and buses to computers and salaries. Board members must bal- ance the community's tax revenues and the district's financial needs, all during a time when state funding for education isn't keeping up with those growing de- mands. "This community is ex- tremely well-represented by the citizens it has cho- sen for our school board," Dick said. "I hope every- one will join me in thank- ing them for their service to our children and our future." , i , THE CAVERNA School Board includes, from left, seated, Vice-Chairperson Sheldon Bal- ;Iou,-Chairperson Wayne Hatcher; standing Bill Payton, Maria W'drJl-naAIJ..T,=lJee!l,. ! CHANGING YOUR VIEW OF WHAT HOSPICE CARE CAN DO. The time to begin hospice care is just after you've learned you, or someone you love, has a life-limiting illness. By contacting Hosparus early, patients immediately benefit from our expert counseling, exceptional pain management, and compassionate care. This. allows them to live each of their remaining days to the fullest. To learn more about Hosparus, the region's premier hospice provider, call or visit us on the Web. HOSP00d00US lkx the tmcl ot ltfe l lwt ol livl 1-800-264-0521 " A non.profit organization 4-H CLUB Horses at Hart held their monthly meeting on December 20. Club member enjoyed a meal and exchanged gifts.The club meets monthly. If interested in partic pating, contact the Hart County 4-H office. HAVEA STORY YOU WOULD LIKE COVERED? CALL 270- 786-2676 0REMAIL: PRINT@ JPI00WS, COM Alice Perkins celebrated her 100th birthday Sunday, January 9th at Kensington Manor Nursing Home. She is the widow of the late Rev. Frank Perkins, former of Hart Co. Friends and famil, came by and congratulated her on her 100 years of life. Anyone wishing to cards may mail to her in care of: Kensington Manor 225 St. John Rd. Elizabethtown, KY 42701 r Par00a0000AUCTI ON 1941 N. Toohey Ridge Rd. Cave City, KY Selling: 32 acre farm, farm has Land lays level to gently rolling to gently sloped. Good cattle farm w/prime hunting. Wooded land w/some young marketable timber. Farm is currently used as a cattle farm. County water is available. DIRECTIONS: From Cave City 1-65 or red light @ 31-W Take Grindstead Mill Rd. 3.1 miles to auction site on N. Toohey Ridge Rd. Signs posted. IMPROVEMENTS: 16 x 80.fleetwood mobile home. Home has 3 bedrooms,2 baths @ has been completely remodeeled. Has central heat and air new carpet and laminate flooring. This home will be offered in a tract w/.75 acre w/the right to be grouped w/ the rest of the farm. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: This farm has good pond, also wet spring, 16 x16 Cabin w/ insulation, shingle roof, sleeping loft. Cabin is finished inside w/laminate flooring and OSB board. Cabin is wired for generator. Great getaway or hunting cabin. It also has front porch and an outside Outhouse. Large combi- nation barn 30 x85. County water and other utilities are available. ALSO SELLING: 680 Long Tractor 1078 hrs. w/farmhand loader both in excellent condition 9 ft. Rhino disc mower Gehl Hay roller good shape N. H. 256 hay rake pickup disk 2 bottom plow 16 ft. flatbed wagon 2 hay rings and much more ALSO SELLING: 9 Black @ Black White Face Cows some w/ calves, others bred calving soon. Cows without calves will be pregnancy tested TERMS: Real Estate.10% down w/balance on or before 30 days. Farm machinery and other cash or good check day of auction. 6 % SALES TAX ON TAXABLE ITEMS. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Partners Realty and Auction is proud to offer this nice property and machinery at public auction. Terrill and Nicole are liquidating their farming op- eration and invite you to attend and buy the items of your choice. Please join us day of auction. For more information call Darrell Hensley @ 270-528-6955 or Partners Realty and Auction 270-786-2025 " COIESSION5 WILL BE AVAILABLE All anouncements day of sale take precedence over any other form of advertis.ement. I & AUCTION, 6785 DEFRIES ROAD - CANMER, KY 42722 NEW BRANCH OFFICE: 1180 E. Main St. (Hwy. 218)  O Horse Cave I Fax Une 270-786-2027 270-786-2025 KENNY R. ISENBERG, BROKER DARRELL HENSLE AUCTIONEER 270-528-3024 270-528-6955