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Page 2, The Estill County Tribune, December 112, 2018 Health Care for the Universe of You At Mercy Health, you’ll find the compassionate care you need to stay healthy and strong for those who love and need you. Learn more at mercy.com/universe FO R THE UNIVERSE OF YOU Noah Freeman The Estill County Middle School Youth Ser- vices Center Student of the Week is Noah Freeman. He is the grandson of Ezra and Michelle Freeman, is currently in the 7th grade, and enjoys basketball and riding dirt bikes. Students receiving this recognition are nominated by staff members at the Es- till County Middle School for exemplary behavior, at- titude, and/or citizenship. . Courtesy Elizabeth Hardy Estill County Middle School Student of the Week The Estill County Middle School Youth Services Center re- cently sponsored a Family Fun Night. The families enjoyed a full Christmas dinner and made homemade Christmas ornaments together. Parents were also allowed to visit the Secret Santa Shop (sponsored by First Christian Church and Rice Station Christian Church) where they had the opportunity to pick out free gifts for their children. Many ECMS staff members and their families volunteered dur- ing the event. Pictured at right are Andrea Williams and Samantha Rawlins along with Samara Rawlins and Karlie Rawlins who wrapped gifts at our Secret Santa Store. Also at the event was Gina Akers who assisted families in mak- ing Christmas ornaments. (Courtesy of Michael Flynn) Gwen Hager of Irvine, one of the volunteers of Hos- pice Care Plus, placed a card on the tree during the remembrance ceremony on December 2, 2018. 2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Irvine First Chris- tian Church - 3rd place. Becky Werner presents a check to Darrell Ingram from Irvine First Christian. Photo courtesy of Paula White 2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Calvary Baptist Church - 2nd place. Vice President Becky Werner presents a check to Tom Whitaker from Calvary. Photo courtesy of Paula White 2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Providence Baptist Church - 1st place. Becky Werner presents a check to Lisa Perkins from Providence. Photo courtesy of Paula White

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  • Page 2, The Estill County Tribune, December 112, 2018

    Health Care for the Universe of YouAt Mercy Health, you’ll find the compassionate care you need to stay healthy and

    strong for those who love and need you. Learn more at mercy.com/universe

    FOR THE UNIVERSE OF YOU

    Client: Mercy HealthJob No: MERT-64881Title: Brand1 Print Ad

    Pub: Estill County TribuneSize: 10.375" x 10.5"

    Noah Freeman

    The Estill CountyMiddleSchoolYouthSer-vicesCenterStudentoftheWeek is Noah Freeman.HeisthegrandsonofEzraandMichelleFreeman,iscurrentlyinthe7thgrade,andenjoysbasketballandridingdirtbikes. StudentsreceivingthisrecognitionarenominatedbystaffmembersattheEs-tillCountyMiddleSchoolforexemplarybehavior,at-titude,and/orcitizenship..Courtesy Elizabeth Hardy

    Estill County Middle SchoolStudent of the Week

    The Estill County Middle School Youth Services Center re-cently sponsored a Family Fun Night. The families enjoyed a full Christmas dinner and made homemade Christmas ornaments together. Parents were also allowed to visit the Secret Santa Shop (sponsored by First Christian Church and Rice Station Christian Church) where they had the opportunity to pick out free gifts for their children. Many ECMS staff members and their families volunteered dur-ing the event. Pictured at right are Andrea Williams and Samantha Rawlins along with Samara Rawlins and Karlie Rawlins who wrapped gifts at our Secret Santa Store. Also at the event was Gina Akers who assisted families in mak-ing Christmas ornaments. (Courtesy of Michael Flynn)

    Gwen Hager of Irvine, one of the volunteers of Hos-pice Care Plus, placed a card on the tree during the remembrance ceremony on December 2, 2018.

    2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Irvine First Chris-tian Church - 3rd place. Becky Werner presents a check to Darrell Ingram from Irvine First Christian.

    Photo courtesy of Paula White

    2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Calvary Baptist Church - 2nd place. Vice President Becky Werner presents a check to Tom Whitaker from Calvary.

    Photo courtesy of Paula White

    2018 Kiwanis Christmas Parade - Providence Baptist Church - 1st place. Becky Werner presents a check to Lisa Perkins from Providence.

    Photo courtesy of Paula White