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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THLrRSDAY, JAN. 17, 2002 ENTERTAINMENT Annual 'Feast' Starts Today Serving wenches, jug- glers, musicians, singers, beggars, and dancers from 1794 all will grace LaGrange with their presence during the Third Annual Madrigal Feast Dinner Theatre. Presented by West Georgia Christian Academy's Fine Arts Department, the medieval dinner will be held on Thursday, January 17 through Saturday, January 19 at 6:30 p.m. nightly in the Faith Baptist Church Gymnasium, which will be transformed into an English castle hall. "This is our third year doing the Madrigal Dinner Theatre," states Darlene Shaw, director of the Fine Arts Department at WGCA. "Last year we sold out all three nights and expect to do the same this year. The drama this year is a won- derful story of the king's unconditional love, and yes, there will be a sword fight again this year, as well." To total cast for the pro- duction is composed of 80 students and a guest actor. All students will be in peri- od costume and the evening will feature a number of musical selections. Each night's feast seats 180 individuals. Seating will be assigned in the order tick- ets are purchased. Preferred seating will be assigned first. Tickets for adults are $15.00, students $12.50. Tickets can be purchased by mailing a request and a check to WGCA Madrigal Feast, 1904 Hamilton Road, LaGrange, GA 30241. The request should include your name, address, and phone number, the night preferred, and the number of adult and student tickets needed. More information about the Madrigal Feast Dinner can be obtained by calling WGCA at 884-6575. King Concert Set Saturday The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra announces its third annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Concert on Saturday, January 19, 2002 at the First Baptist Church on the Square. Under the direction of LSO conductor Patricio Cobos, the Symphony will perform Antonin Dvorak's "Symphony No.9 in E Minor, "more popularly known as the 'lew World Symphony." A highlight of the evening will be a perform- ance by renowned vocist Earl Coleman, Curry Professor of Music at Columbus State University, who will sing a selection of spirituals. Advance tickets for all performances are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for stu- dents. Season tickets may be purchased for $40.00 or $20.00 for students. Information is avail- able by contacting 706-882- O662 / _Fleceptionist ( have  / Engineer (w/l  # Sales Pep (EV a,,) ,/Auto CAD (o e. r-. ,/CSR - ( Span) / Mechanic /Inspection (1 year exp. a must) CHASEI STAFFINGI 10 Wlnn Dixie Drive I Newrmn, Cm ! 770@52@202 l Fax Resumes 770-252-2421| www.chasestaffin .corn SEE THEM - The Grabb Family will be at Hoofers and the Gospel Barn on Saturday evening.Theywill be singing hit gospel songs such as "Trail of Tears', "Something Going on in the Graveyard," and "Please Forgive Me." These songs were writ- ten by the father, Gerald Crabb. Bluegrass Sounds Return i I To Hoofers Gospel Barn with the annual Jesse Lipham ---, By Bryan Geter Southern and Bluegrass Gospel comes to LaGrange beginning Thursday evening. On Thursday beginning at 7 p.m., is a night with the Issacs, Standing Tall and Newfound Road. On Friday evening is Bluegrass Gospel time with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Primitive, Paul Williams and New Horizon. On Saturday night is the big one Memorial Singing. The guest groups are the Dove Brothers, the Crabb family, the ngleys, the GaUoways and others. = , Each night the singing will start] I at 7 p.m. Call for tickets at (706) 885- Iml 9300 or 1-800-844-6737. l The Hoofers Famous | ] Restaurant offers steaks and m I seafood as well as the buffet dining. Hoofers is located at 3472 Hogansville Road, just north of LaGrange on Highway 29. cONSUMERALERTmey_ &  out o! busineSS ,t;. but e r tha i$ closect you have no olonS *Or store "' "_^,4 w suQclest that service  tt --^ other area stores belore you yOu -'v -isn We thtnk eke that buying eta, m '- ,- the real values m the that yOU Wht ,- -- iness furniture stores that are in Ous YEAR END Now's the time to browse our main Showroom & also our Clearance Center located in the old Helig Meyers Building located on Manchester Expressway and discover savings on select items of 30% to 70%. 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