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  • October 27-31 was Red Ribbon Week at TES.

  •  The 2008 Kentucky 4-H Dairy Judging Team members were:  Brad Taylor of Henry County, Makenzie Waymeyer of Kenton County, Casandra Peterson of Spencer County and Brandon Poynter of Barren County.  The team participated in the Pennsylvania All American Invitational Dairy Judging Contest in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on September 15.  

  •  The SCHS Dance Team won First in Varsity Hip Hop this weekend at the HalloJam competition.  The team also scored the highest score over all winning the title of Grand Champion.  Teams from the Tri-State area attend the event each year. This was the first time the team competed with their new Hip Hop routine. They received an elite score of 9.113 and earned a Gold bid to the the U.S. finals. 

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    Bethesda Church of God

  •  In Acts Chapter 2, we see the church of Jesus Christ coming alive. 

  •  Parent-Teacher-Student Conference Day at Spencer County High School is November 4, from 12 p.m. to 6  p.m.  

  •  October 23-31 has been declared National Red Ribbon Week. David Jenkins, county judge executive, signed a proclamation making it Red Ribbon week in Spencer County. 

  •  Submitted to The Spencer Magnet The SCES Dance Team danced at Jamfest in Evansville, Indiana on Saturday, October 25, and placed first in the hip hop category. 

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    Wednesday, October 8, the Smile Kentucky Program came to our school. The Colgate Van was here for dental screenings, in which 2-3 dentists did the screenings.  Students received dental items after the presentation. 

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    The cafeteria at the Spencer County High School is still not up and running as reported during the architectural update given before the Spencer County Board at Monday’s meeting.  

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    Submitted to The Spencer Magnet

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  •  Dry weather conditions this summer following another dry season last year have resulted in grazed pastures with areas that have thin vegetative cover and bare soil. Much of these areas already has evidence of weedy vegetation such as common ragweed and other summer annuals. As these plants die back naturally, cool-season weeds such as common chickweed, henbit and purple deadnettle will fill in the voids.

  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site is pleased to announce that during the week of October 20, 2008, restoration work will begin on the replica cabin located at the Knob Creek Unit.   The Lincoln Boyhood Home at Knob Creek is located 11 miles northeast of the Birthplace Unit on U.S.