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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD May 4, 2017 A9 By RAYNAGLASS and Mallory Belden, The project in I~rue stumbled upon the County began through project through word of the efforts of one teacher A movement has been mouth and Facebook, who made lOO rocks and are hoping the to get the ball rolling, rocking the nation. A movement will be and soon the schools movement that seeks rocking the world ofand members of the to fall the hearts of struggling strangers with Hart County soon. community caught on. joy and to place pockets "My heart is in HartThe Facebook page of happiness throughout County," said Pat now has over 4,ooo communities. Belden, who has painted members, and their 60 rocks so far. rocks have reached Painted rocks. While in Larne County, around the country. Families, schools, and Belden often heard During the senior class' communities across the people talking abouttrip to New York City, one student left a rock nation have become finding these painted hidden in the city, and taken with collecting rocks with positive the lucky discoverer rocks and painting them, messages. When she whether with pretty asked about what they shared the find on their designs or positive were talking about she Facebookpage. messages, then hiding was directed to Larue "My goal is that the rocks to hopefully County Rocks' Facebook that are sitting around brighten the day of the page. There she found with their phones and one who notices it. a community of peoplecomputers can get Hart County resident, posting their finds and Pat Belden and her sharing the positivity. See ROCK granddaughters, Callie continued on page B7 Mallory Beiden has been painting rocks with her grandmother to hkJe throughout Hart County. The daughter of telling of her days District Education improving and enriching true hospitable southern attending Ms. Terry's James & and Dorothy teaching when her love Association, and was a the lives of those she lady. She is fondly tea parties at Goodnight Alexander Matthews, for her students found delegate to the National shared a home with. remembered for her Inn as a little girl, where she would grow up inher at the store after Education Association. Aside from her talents in the kitchen, we were all made to feel Goodnight and graduate school seeking to meet Her work, both in and dedication asan Always the example beautiful and important from Hiseville High the needs of students out of the classroom, educator and leader for of work ethic, Marthawhile learning of School. After graduation who otherwise would led to the Caverna young people, Marthaextended her dedication etiquette and manners she followed her passion have gone without. "She Jaycees recognizing was a dedicated wife. She to her church where over delicious snacks. for education to Western really loved her kids," her important role and her husband, W.S. she was instrumental Every day Martha Kentucky Universitysaid Cross. ' by awarding her the =Bumpy" Terry III were in a multitude of ways. worked to create a where she gained a Her dedication to honor of Educator ofmarried for fifty-five Following with her legacythat left those Bachelors of Science,education extended Excellence Award. years. A true testament servant attitude, she around her better than Masters, and Rank 1. past the classroom into Known for her of love and dedication continued to work she found them. She If there were ever anvocally advocating for dedication to education, and the two would raise to meet the needs of dedicated her time, not the educators who were Martha was not limited their son, W. Samuelothers, most recentlyto herself, not to rest, Not only did she enjoy teaching and love her example of work ethic, it was Martha Terry. She working to create a to the classroom. She Terry IV. The couplethrough involvement dedicated thirty years brighter future in their took her passion forbuilt their home in the with the Community to Caverna Elementary classrooms, just as she her home, for youth,Bear Wallow area where Soup Kitchen. "She was School, impactinghad done. She spoke and for agriculture and her husband worked adedicated to whatever countless young minds for fair and equitable influenced countless dairy operation raising she did. If she wanted to and futures along her benefits and retirement more young lives in Jersey cattle, do something, she put journey, plans for public school serving as a long-time. Retirement did not everything into it," said teachers throughout 4-H leader, bring a pause in theDot Cross. the Commonwealth of life of Martha Terry, but to the betterment of others. She served her community in love, in knowledge, in leadership, in laughter, and in great food. She loved hard and she was greatly loved in return. Service to students, Growing up in the In speaking with a students, but she would Kentucky. service to 4-H- a pattern but a new adventure,Hiseville community, friend, her son Sam said go out of her way toOutside ofthe classroom, is evident, even early, she would own and I have never heard of his mother, "Mother provide for them as Mart.ha served as in the woman that operate Goodnight Inn anything but the highest was a larger than life well. Fellow Goodnight the president of theMartha Terry was to her in Goodnight, KY. For praise for the woman personali and a force native and friend DotCaverna Educationcommuni . She was a x3 years at the Inn she that Martha Terrywas to of nature. Alegacy such Cross recalled Martha Association, the Third serva w6uldb d.areputafionth.,ose she came across: - :as at is the greatest of : asia superb and a I fondly remember/ all accomplishments. Take control of your joint pain with the latest in robotic-arm technology. Joint pain can make you feel like a different person, keeping you from everyday activities. But it doesn't have to. MakoTM Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology, the latest in total hip, total knee and partial knee replacement, is now available at The Medical Center. Sameer Badarudeen, M.D. and Rasesh Desai, M.D., UK orthopaedic surgeons with Medical Center Orthopaedics, are creating personalized, three-dimensional surgery plans that guide the accurate alignment and placement of implants using this advanced technology, It's your move. Register to attend a free seminar at Or call 270-780-2750 to see if Mako Technology is right for you. MED ' CENTER HEALTH Medical Center Orthopaedics HealthCare Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Clerk hired MunfordviUe has a new City Clerk based on action taken at the regular meeting of the City Council Monday night, May 1, 2017. The Council approved the Mayor's hiring of Debra L. Self Batliner. She is coming from Simpsonville, Kentucky where she has been was required to pay all city clerk since 2000. city's building. We utilities while Horse However, she is a native need to talk about it," Cave and Cave City paid of Munfordville and Council member Macy their fire department's graduated from Hart McDowell said. utilities. Mayor John County High School Budget Freeman III confirmed in 1980. She has The first reading of that this was true in Cave extensive experience in theI budget for 2o17- City and Horse Cave Fire the area of municipal2o18 was held with the Chief Donnie Parker, government and more second and final reading who was present at details will be provided scheduled for the June the meeting confirmedin the next edition of this meeting. The first that Horse Cave pays newspaper, reading of an ordinance his department's utility Mayor Freeman amending the 2016-2017 bills, said 15 applicationsbudget was also held. Mayor Freeman were received for theCemetery needs recommended that theposition and the review volunteers Council pay the firecommittee narrowed Mayor Freeman department's utility the search down to reported that the bills and the Councilfour candidates.The cemeterywould need members agree to this.candidates were volunteers on Memorial Chief Adcock said he interviewed, evaluated Day to collect donations. needed to purchase and scored and the He asked anyone who is a new pickup truck, position has been offered interested in helping to which he priced at about to the most qualifiedcall City Hall. $30,000. He said he candidate. Fire report would drive it and was Zoning Fire Chief Adcock usually the first person Donna Ebert, chair ofreported on activities on the scene of a call. the Zoning Committee for April. They included Mayor Freeman said the presented zoning feestwo grass fires, one funds were in the budget to the council and they hazardous material and he did not have were approved. She said incident, four medical to have the Council's it was recommended runs, one motor vehicle approval for this. He that she ask Kentuckyaccident with injuries was told to make the League of Cities to help and one without purchase, her committee upgradeinjuries, four special The chief also asked for zoning ordinances as details,one code personal insurance tothey had done in Horse enforcement incident cover him on thejob and Cave. She was asked to (illegal burning), two he said that 15% of the get a fee for this work false alarms, six trees insurance premium tax from them. down and one leak at a was suppose to go to the Tom pump. fire department. There Tourism ExecutivePolice report was no action done onDirector Coni Shepperd Police Chief Greg Atwell these items, reported that the city provided the Council had been declared with a report on April a Trail Town (See activities. They included article elsewhere in eight arrests, five alarm this edition). She calls, 11 citations, presented the city with a 126 complaints, five certificate declaring this motorists assisted, six recognition, accidents, 14 assists Shepperd also asked of other departments, the Council to consider 12 cases opened, four helping with the expense domestic incidents, six of painting the Welcome escorts, one theft and 62 Center and repairing warnings. the windows. "It's the