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glO July 11, 2013 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I print@jpinews.com WINNERS IN THE LITTLE MISTER AND MISS HART COUNTY FAIR CONTEST in- cluded, from left, 1st place, Mollie Claira Vincent, daughter of Chad and Natalie Vincent, Burkesville and Braden Cole Perdue, son of Casey and Usa Perdue, Burkesville; 2nd place, Makayla Smith, daughter of Adrian and Regina Smith, Albany and Byron Staples, son of Bryan and the late April Staples, Albany; 3rd place, Trinady Leigh Warinner, daughter of Michael and Robyn Warinner, Albany and late Keith Conner, son of Rabble and Amanda Conner, Albany MISS PRE-TEEN HART COUNTY FAIR 2013 is Bailey Claywell, left, daughter of Jeff and Tammy Claywell, Richmond. She also was selected as Most Photogenic. From left, first runner-up is Jennay Elizabeth Leslie, daughter of Steve and Jennifer Leslie, Garfield. Sec- ond runner-up is Gabfielle Armour, daughter of Tony and Michelle Armour, Central City. Miss Congeniality is Kelley Hope Johnson, daughter of Brian and Missy Johnson, Greens- burg. MISS TEEN HART COUNTY FAIR 2013 is Molly Jo Morgan, left, the daughter of Todd and Amy Morgan, Burkesville. From left, first runner-up is Brandi Danielle Powell, the daugh- ter of Buddy Powell, Columbia; second runner-up is Ashley :Elaine Godsey, the daughter of Marshall and Kym Godsey, Windsor, Ky.; Miss Congeniality is Shelby Brynn Ford, the daughter of Jody and Shawn Ford, Greensburg; Most Photogenic is Amber Marie Horn, the daughter of Ed and Ellen Horn, Clarkson. THE YEAR OF TI~ VOLUNTEER EA HOSPARUS VOLUNTEER Hosparus would like YOU to join our great team ! of volunteers. Our dedicated volunteers offer companionship to patients and provide support to family caregivers. All training and support is provided. Volunteers need reliable transportation. For information, call Deborah Faircioth at 270-782-7258 or 877-892-5858; email dfaircioth@hosparus.org. ! ~. BARREN RIVER i : 270-782-7258 www.hosparus.org- A Non;l~oflt Ho'pice Care Provider i~ .... L oombinotiua, mad It8 ecre.treot is in,gre, compare fencing. It has frontage and access on Hwy 31-E Tfoot This 10.69 acre tract is also completely fenced, has e large pond end stock barn. It fronts on Jesse FuIts Rd. Troet Q 1.16 acre building lot complete with mature shade and a water meter. This lot is well suited for a walkout besementl Tract This is e 2.96 acre tract that lies between Jesse Fults Rd. and Hvvy 31-E. Opportunities are endless with this parcoll Tniot it This 17.89 acre tract is cunendy being used as pasture, this tract siso has good fence and [Toots on Jesse Felts Rd. T, iot Ira: 17 7 acres, this is a beautiful tract with great home site. Currently in grass, this tract is completely fenced and has a good holding pen located at the front ofthe parcel. Frontage on Hwy 569. Tract #7:14.24 acre tract currently being used as pasture. This tract has a ~ood amount of woods for shade and also fronts Hwy 569. rect It This 7.07 acre tract has a premier home site with panoramic views. Currently in grass this tract also fronts Hwy 569. Trect Ira: This tract lies on the east side of Hwy 31-E and is currently in grass. Good fencing all around with access on Hwy 31-F_ This tract also has a small holding pen located on the front of the parcel. (Survey underway) Treat 8t0:. This tract is currently listed and, WILL NOT BE PART OF THE AUCTION! This tract has a massive 3 50 sq. ft. luxury home with all the amenities, granite, tile, hardwood, and 4 large bedrooms with 2.5 baths, walk- in closets, office, large kitchen, formal dining room, study, great room with fireplace, and a covered porch that spans the entire length of the home with a deck that leads down to a piercing blue stocked fish pondl The home is bounded by a black plank fence, with a large amount of frontage on Hwy 31- E. The property also boasts 2 large barns, one complete with livestock working chutes. This is a one of a kind property currently listed with Turley Auction and Realty Inc. and again WILL NOTBE PART OF THE AUCTIONt For' information or to tour the home, please call Todd D. TLidey @ 270-735-7745 or visit our home site @ www.TurleyHomes.com Note" UtJlWos are available to all tracts - county water, eloclric, high speed intemet and cable television. • DimetioJm From Elizabothtewn, KY - take Uncoln Parkway across to Hodgenville, KY, then turn fight onto 411 . , theHWYauction31"E andsitefollOWon thethatright.appr°ximatelYsigns posted.10.12 miles t0 ~ ~ ~ O i From Mufonlville, ICY - take Hwy 88 East to Hardyville, ~ ..... KY, then turn left onto Hwy 31-E and follow that approximately 8-10 miles to the property on the left. /1 Signs posted. Terms: No Buyer's Premium. 15% down day of sale with balance due on or before 30 days. Possession with deed, 2013 property taxes to be pro-rated between the buyer and seller. All announcements made the day of the sale to supersede all printed materials. O m