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60 > Image 60 of Kentucky Alumni, vol. 74, no. 3, Fall 2003

Part of Kentucky alumnus

A . i _ ` i` . /./lik/r'f`V./Mr. i ii 1* A. L.;blIr1>vY$k,3s$1]li.1l}lk wi 7, V W,./(>u.r.tri,,,Wf,.y Q wi __ - i _%uu1/111}:4-(>$uu1{y..%i91/nufy ` . *`"e-<; ` 1 C=**h** Wa"' . l I. y 0 E Bishi; 64 AS is the ` 2 K12;-3< Jj;~.=~; _ 1 E coauthor of "A Guide _ `= , . ` *~ ' * ` t0 the Historic Archi- .., , . _` * , .:.- _ .._ " lecture of Piedmont F 5 t V _` V _ ,,_,,,_,__.,,,, ....- North Carolina, " one ` _ . _ ,v i Q book ofathree-vol- < Y_ U ,` { 3 it Billy Jackson Bower 41 AG has written her ume series offering more than 500 photo- . _A . Q Q j fourth book and readers are once again treated graphs and 50 maps while highlighting . . ' _ t I F ._ to more rich lore of a pioneer cornrnunity in A treasures of the regions early history: tra- i = ` A U in Q xl History 0fAsh Grove Pike, Catnip Hill Pike and ditional Germanic stone and halft1mbered ` J ` _ "`{ h Oz/1erByways oflessamine County, Kentucky. " buildings, log dwellings and I RN g ~ V A i `. ji _ . The narrative is illustrated with new and antique barns, and houses built for d1s . y _ \ V * V li . y _ E -j. if To maps by John Filson along with modern and vin- senting congregations, including by *4 - . C ..Q { Y _ tage photographs, and relates the history of the Quakers and Moravrans. The \ . gg = p E .`_ Q ` { _ ~ `.-__$Q Ash Grove and Catnip Hill Pikes and other by- book also offers a glimpse into I _ _ ,_ { A J A_ 1, ig ways, mill sites, schools, churches, stone fences North Carol1nas growth in to- if j __ T - "- ~ -` $5*} and historic residences. Bower is the author of baccomanufacturrng,text1lepro-. l , __ { Z __ H _ _ _ .5 _ three previous books on the historic area of Cen- duction and fumrturetmakrng. Brshir 1S a A = 2 \` ' A zi 0 e ii; tral Kentucky. She raised her family on Woodside senior arch1tectural'h1StO1`lHI1 with PYSY .`~i .1 JJ_ Q { Q"g;_g'i Farm in Nicholasville. vation North Carolinla, and autlgolr _ ; .l . .-3 i..`:l "North Carolina Arc itecture." e ivesrn J . ``..', t >~ . if ` ` " V i t' ' " * Woodside Farm Raleigh, N.C. . . , . ~._5.l, ; " > Y * 2 I `Y * i 380 Windom Lane " i ` ' {`<'.i;` . ` 5 . _yP g {ft i.~t(e Njcholasvluc, KY 40356 The University of North Carolina ` i._ Y ._ _ ;;]i`{ h 859-224-1208 Plgcii 2288 - ve . . ox 7*. 4 IX I ih il :1.7 li ` " .;Z `..l "J'J.LZT. LTSTJZLIIZ i * 1. B g ff Virginia Marsh Bell " `*-~ ~~ Chalwl Hm, NC 27515 l ., {tg tig. *82 sw is the waurherer vt . |] , | 919-966-3561 i i `;`i `{ `_,. "-`K ,/`1'i;` Di nified Life: The BBS! r VY} ` .~lt i. - 'l# _. .~ ..* . g {26- , : , ; 2 ig rix ig}, ,_; g- ir; ,_~. Friends Approach to _ = , Teresa Tess Collins a l , ; ~ W 3 W ~` I- it i *Y ( *4 1,} Alzheimers Care " a guide for i 78 CIS rs the author of r r ; '. c .= ~.# .__,-fr_' , - . . . cr tr _ ;.`,_%%;_?{ y yr} family caregivers and friends Q _ i How Theater n HOW ,i t_. ;'FjY. *4-_j; ,,g of the family. The book illus- . / . ManagersManage, Thcatcr, J [ { _` iY_! [ {if fi 3, ,`} . trates how to meet the daily bnngrng together the Mzxnmcmf p lil ;`l`j`: ie Y {QQ-' Qi; challenges of caring for some- L";l;;g;;$gj%u;j*' pg storres,bel1efs and ex- Mmmc . L ~ fi .3,; I tif A { ffrt T. j I. ii, one with Alzheimers diseaie, .e.r.i,r.......ir,r.....i.... V plerrences of seasoned E : _ {All ,: 1 .. {iv`; ii.,} ' `t ..,....r`rr..4,...r4ri t atrmanaggfS_ a ` , Z`, tl .,,,i '= ._ y, I , such as communicating wi A g r , J` *,{5 `.' qi; =i," 1,-; ;/Aj . g the person with dementia, Through them, a por- " i li T! il ff. 2'.{.Y'i,,, ,tV. ` {`;Tf,}f; working with the doctor, finding commu- trait and a concept { '.._ , [ ;'_`i. ,.`,f f_#;`, yl, g nity resources, and taking care of yourself. Based emerge depicting what they have unknow- * [ tif { Eff i }_` if .{`}_,iQY on the Best Friends method now widely used by mgly practiced throughout their careers . if l.<;;Q"_. {V, .j if `* , rj, professionals in facilities for managerial1mag1nat1on.The book rs par- * fi [1 '4 ri': ,3. yi jr ";r *._". <,>,Y}_'. *,_ Q r _ Alzheimers patients around the ticularly useful for new theater managers, { l *{y 'i,`._,i_ ir" Q5 ;*_i_f { J world, this book focuses on issues covering a wide variety of topics including Qt { aj { Qih,;' _ g gs facing the lay caregivers. Bell was budgeting theater costs, gross potentials .`. ll f.-}/_;. It inf V ,.4 -- . a family counselor with the UK and ticket prices, show contracts, settle- 77 rT'"H *. ,*s` . Mf re.; ` - ` d mer enc and securit roce- , t ~ #.1.: _,< . , V Sanders Brown Center on Aging ments an e g y yp T Q. *_`.~,z.*,;{?i_ t`Y ll. fi ,2 . A from 1982 to 1993. In 1984, she dures. Collins has worked for the ('IZ-{ { { [Ji? fi _Qi*Y * ` , opened the Helping Hand, a de- Shorenstein-Hays Nederlander ~ ,.;l Q V I2, rig; Vi'; C C 1 mentiaspecific day care center in Organization in theater manage- Z''_'(,. { _? i if if} ; {/g Lexington. Bell also is co-author of two previous ment for more than 20 years. g . j.,a'{4 it ; g. y` fi if books on care of individuals with Alzhe1mers She managed the Golden Gate, ' Q Vg A- :_1;r_;y ;l ev; ;`,<;.i.- jj disease; Orpheum, and the Curran The- I -, nf #{2 Qi (_ { gK{.f, gf ater in San Francisco. 1 i~,i, yl. ij ji fyi? ,}=,' Health Communications Press Q ,_i ,e" :i;.rl__( 'li ,.` P.O. Box 10624 Scarecrow Press 1* 1, J; ij; .'_. L Baltimore, MD 21285 4501 Forbes Blvd., Suite 200 ` I i I V 888-337-8808 Lanham,MD 20706 54 KENTUCKY ALUMNI 301-459-3366