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B8 May 4, 2017 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD print@jpinews.com By RAYNA GLASS rayna.glass@jpinews.com Members of the community came together Saturday, April 29 and worked together to build 25 beds for students in Barren County, Caverna, and Glasgow school districts. While the Build-A- Bed project began at a statewide level in 2009, this year marked its fifth year locally. All materials used were raised and all work completed was done so strictly through donations and volunteers. Youth groups, schools, and clubs got involved raising money and volunteering time and manpower. Elementary Schools hosted Spring Flings and Change for Change to raise money for materials. "It's eye opening and it helps you to be more appreciative," said Terry Smith ATEAM/ Americorps member on the importance of involving students in community projects, like Build-A-Bed. At 8 a.m. Saturday morning the work began with a job for all ages. Younger students who volunteered wrote encouraging messages on the boards of the bed frame under the mattresses for the recipients, while others worked to put the frames together, load the frames and mattresses to be delivered, and organized the "bedtime baskets" that went along with the bed. Each bed was accompanied by a basket filled with sheets, pillows, a stuffed animal, hygiene items, and a night-light. After nearly two hours of hard work 25 beds had been completed, with lumber left over. "We have lumber for five more, so we will have the resources for five more if we find any students in the summer that are in need of a bed," said Americorps member Donna Morgan. Beds were delivered that day to students. Smith, alongside Lisa Pack at Barren County High School organized the event. In 2009 when Build- A-Bed began it was the hope of its founders that giving a child their own bed would be a difference maker, instilling confidence and pride, and even making a positive impact on their school work. That hope remains the same for those who worked diligently with Build- A-Bed to make sure that children in Barren County, Caverna, and Glasgow schools have not only a comfortable place to lay their heads a night, but a confidence boost to take on school. Mattie Mansfield and Sarah Faith Hensley, students of Barren County, work to complete a bed to be delivered later that day. Hensley wrote the encouraging words pictured on the panels that will hold the mattress in place. Shtndalwa Fleet Week discounts apply only during I~e dealer ~ window date. See your parlicipating dealer for details. *Fleet Week di,Jcoont does not apply to Ace Hardware 1063 Main Street Munfordville, KY 42765 270-524-2552 Like us on Facebook Hart County News-Herald Bedtime Baskets accompanied each bed. Baskets included a pillow, sheets, a stuffed animal, hygiene items, and a night-light. Spedal tothe early as May as the environment state NEWS-HERALD butterflies migrate administrator with the north from Mexico to Kentucky Department The Kentucky Canada," said Mike of Highways. "However, Transportation Cabinet A. Smith, a biggest surge of agronomis . ._ be i : .... : establishing ..... monarch butterfly habitats - called waystations. The monarch, famous for its migration from Canada to Mexico, is the only butterfly known to make a two-way bird-like migration, a mystery that baffles scientists. "Kentuckians will begin seeing monarchs as For 20 Years Jobe newspaDers have printed graduation photos for each fffaduate at no charge to the families. This is possible ,only through the generous advertisinFi support of our local bu~{ness and ind~stry comm~nity. We print spatial keepsake sections fo~: But!er County HighEd~onson County High Hart County High Caverna Hi~h Barren County HighGiasgow High Metcai~e Kindergarten Meteaife County High Monroe Kindergarten Monroe County ~.igh monarchs in Kentucky will be in late summer and fall as the butterflies begin their return south for the winter." For $29,95 you can also purchase a congratu!atory 45+/- Acres in 2 Tracts ad for your special graduate and we will mail the Shop Equipment- Farm Equipment [ graduation issue to your home at no extra charge. Tract I is a hunter's paradise of over 38+/- [ acres with road frontage on Roy Logsdon Rd. [ Tract 2 consists of 7+/- acres that would make a great location for someone wanting to build [ their dream home or hunting cabin.[ CABINET SHOP EQUIPMENT: Fletcher 3000# [ glass & mirror cutter, CA Technologies 14:1 [ spray pump, 8' clamping station, Omega [ 12"cutoff saw, Extrema 2(7' band saw, 12'x5' I ~: ~; ~:: ~i ~:i!~}ii!:~!~ ~ ?~;~ Ritter face frame table, Sanding Matter 37x75 [ :~i~i~ ~,::~}~::~:~!~ i " ispiral head, Dewalt scroll saw w/20" throat,duble head sander, Shop Fox 2(7 planer w/ [ II ....... ~:~::~:*:::~"~:~:~ .................................. ~ ~/~i~! Delta 13 spindle line boring machine, Kreg DK- [ -- i 4276 N Jackson Hwy : [ 11OO pocket hole machine, Dodds Model SE-7 ] y dovetailer, Hitachi 10" sliding compound miter , i ~~~ I Glasgow, K. 42141 [ saw, Blum hinge boring & insertion machine, I ~ ~J 270-6783006' sanding table, Perkins 6 cylinder power unit, [ [ Skid w/3 hydraulic pumps, Hydraulic oil tank I w/filter and gauges, 2 Quincy compressors O.R- / I 25 series, Extrema dust collector, Kremlin 20-25 I l wa2l mount spr~yer.--.,.,,~.~.--~.,.-- l ~~ GUNS: Remington Model 700.308, Remington [ [ : Model 700 30.06, Remington -gauge auto I i ~~ shotgun FARM EQUIPMENT it. Misc.: 16 Delta I I ~~~ horse trailer, 8' utility trailer, Horse Pioneer I " ~f~~~~ type cart, Conestoga 50-bushel manure / :~i spreader' rund pen' electric well pump w/3OO' [l trlpp hose & sealed wire, fire wood, Holstein steer, [ ~~~l~ ~ HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, Oak bedroo~ suite and [ S ed AM- 15 Lower "~ ~/r-~l'l~ t Mi' Spec Lower. Uses Standard AR Parts ~ Made in Kentucky ~A~ il ! | Multi-Caliber Marked . i MSRP $60.00 T % Iv t fee. 6% sales tax w~ll be added to all p~sc~al property unless tax exempL Seller: Yeder Price valid until May 12, 2017 or while supplies last. See store for details. . IWW.SPOrI[SIII, BS I[Y.COI ~l~- ~ ~J~lJl~. ~ ~J ~j~ . ~~ti~ ~ ~ HOURS: Tues- Fri: 9am - 5pm ~ Sat : 9am - 4 pm