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January 13, 2000

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PAGE 10 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JANUARY 13, 2000 SUBMITTED PHOTO THE CRABB FAMILY GOSPEL SINGERS will be at Hoofers Gospel Barn Saturday night, January 22 singing hits such "Trail of Tears" and "Please Forgive Me" Gospel and Bluegrass Concert at Hoofers Hoofers and the Gospel Barn will present a big gospel and bluegrass concert on Friday and Saturday night, January 21 and 22 at the Gospel Barn located on the Hogansville Road in LaGrange. On Friday night, the Primitives Quartet along with the Issacs, the Bishops, Doyle Lawson and Quick Silver and New Horizon will perform. On Saturday evening, the award winning Crabb Family, the Dove Brothers, Brian Free and Assurance along with LaGrange's own Christianairs will be on tap. Special guest on Saturday night will be Ronnie Hinson who has written many award winning songs such as the Lighthouse and He Pilots My Ship. The concerts will began each night at 7 p.m. Hoofers Restaurant will be opened during and prior to each concert serving great food including steaks and seafood. A snack bar as always will be open for your convenience. For more information and ticket reservations call (705) 885-9300 or 1 800-844-6737. CLERICAL POSITION The City of HogansviUe is currently accepting applications for a clerical position in the natural gas department. This individual is responsible for all record keeping of both federal and state requirements pertaining to natural gas, The successful applicant must be at least a high school graduate or received a G.E.D.. The successful applicant must also submit to pre-employment and random drug testing as required by'federal natural gas regulations. Interested persons may pick up an application at the Hogansville City Hall Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m.. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. THE CITY OF HOGANSVlLLE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Hogansville Elementary Showcased at Open House I facilities. Comments of"I can't believe it" and "this can't be the same building" were commonly heard throughout the evening. Parents were thrilled to see the state of the art facilities that will take their children to new heights in learning. If you did not have the opportunity to visit the school yet, feel free to come by and ask for a tour. The $2.4 million face lift is being funded through the Special Local Option Sales Tax. Hogansville Elementary finally got to showcase their beautiful, newly renovated facilities during their open house held on January 6. Originally built as a high school, buildings dating back to the 1950's were completely gut- ted and rebuilt. Only the walls, floors, and roofs were left intact. A completely new infra- structure was installed, giving the school the appearance of being brand new on the inside. Visitors were in awe of the By Frances Robinson/Staff BARBARA ROBINSON AND MARKEISHA ROBINSON enjoy a visit to Markeisha's lassroom during Open House at the new Hogansville Elementary School DEBRA AND TACCO PARKER look around the newly school with great anticipation and smiles during the open L. last Thursday night. !1 d i q Looking Forward to the New Year and Adventur0000l With the year 2,000 getting under way, we look forward to all the things a New Year brings; fresh goals, new begin- nings and renewed values With all the things a New Year brings, 2,000 brings to us the presidential elections. 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