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F PAGE 8 HOGANSVRk,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2001 / PARADE TIME - The annual MLK Parade was held in Luthersville Saturday with floats from surrounding areas parlicipating. Left photo:  of the St. Paul C.M.E. Church in GranMIle waving to the crowd and singing "1 Believe." Right PixY: The Macedonia Baptist Church of the Lone Oak community with Meriwether County Commissioner Emmitt Clark in the passenger's seat enjoy the annual Martin Luther King Parade in Satu.aay. SP()RTS  ? i: : ! RIGHT IN THE BUCKET - Stacey Smith of the Callaway Lady Cavaliers awaits the rebound in a recent game. The Lady CAVS won two garr's over the weekend against Pike County and Lamar County. Lady Cavaliers Defeat Pair of Subregion Foes By Bryan Geter The CaUaway Lady Cavaliers defeated two sub- region foes over the weekend to improve their record to 11-2 overall, and 3-0 in sub-region play. On Friday night, the Lady CAVS completely destroyed the Pike County Lady Pirates, 94-19 and on Saturday evening, they crushed Lamar County, 83 38. The Lady CAVS were led by Stacey Smith with 23 points and Carla Winston with 20. Callaway took a 22-13 lead at the end of one quarter of play against the Lady Trojans and was ahead 69-30 at the end of CaUaway took a 1041 lead to open the game against Pike County and never looked back. The Lady CAVS led 33-11 at the half time and exploded in the second half by outscoring the Lady Pirates, 61-8. Coach Angela Richardson was pleased with the play of her squad. The entire team saw ample of playing time with 10 of the 11 players scoring points in the contest. Karmarcha Martin led the attack with 16 points. She was followed by Shari Cox with 14 and Crystal Reese with 12. Carla Winston and Kisha Owens net- ted 10 each. Callaway will play Manchester at home on Friday night and travel to Greenville on Saturday to face the Patriots. Game time is set for 7 p.m. Callaway Boys Win One, Lose One in Subregion ay Bryan Ge=r The Canaway Cavaliers went one for two over the weekend as they defeated Pike County on Friday night, 55-50 and lost atough one to Lamar County on Saturday, 57-44. Both were sub-region games. On Friday night, Callaway took a 17-12 lead at the end of one quarter and still clinged to a five point lead at the end of the first half, 33-28. The Pirates came out in the third period fired up and outscored Callaway 16-8 to take a 4441 lead at the end of three. The fourth quarter belonged to the Cavaliers as the win improved their record to (4-8, 1- 1.) On Saturday m._ght, the Lamar County Trojans defeated the CAVS, 57JA The Trojans were only lead- ing 27-20 at the intermission but took a 12-2 run to open the third period but a fourth quarter rally fell short as they Cavaliers record fall to (4-9, 1-2). Reggie Jackson and Jermaine Smith only had 8 and 10 points, respectively, in the game. CaUaway will play Manchester Friday ni_ght at home before traveling to Greenville on Saturday night to duel the Patriots. Yo THE CITY O! Georgia, o hour's drive southeast of Atlanta's airport, and population less than 10,000, is seeking highly effective arm proven individuals with law enforcement and supervisory experience as well as new trainees with a strong desire to pursue a career in law enforce- ment, to fill open positions in the Police Department. Abilit T to foster a team environment, provide strong leadership and vision, five (5) or more years of sworn law enforcement with two (2) or more years of progressively responsi- ble roles, State of Georgia P.O.S.T certification, and valid Georgia driver's license, minimum age of 21, are some of the key components of the success- ful candidate(s) IXofile(s) as outlined in the individual job descriptions. THE CITY OF THOMASTON offers total compensation package, depending on qualifications, which includes employer paid be.alth and dental insurance for the employee; two (2) weeks paid vacation after one (1) year; ten (10) paid annual holidays; tuition reimbursernent; employer paid retire- ment with vesting after ten (10) years; on-going internal and extra training. LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL are committed to protecting and serving the public and any applicable property. Therefore, demonscated loyalty, integrity, honesty, excellent moral conduct and behavior, and excel- lent oral and written communication skills are other qualities that the ideal candidate(s) must possess. YOU MAY REQ A COPY of the complete job description(s) and apply at the pernnel office, Thomaston-Upson County Government Administrative Complex, 250 East Lee Street, Downslairs, from 9AM to 4PM - Monday through Friday. You may also fax your resume and letter of inter- est to (706) 646-3224 - Attn: Personnel Director. 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