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! By Deborah L Smith ELEMENTARY'S ACADEMIC TEAM participated in the first round of held recentb ity S ,llin LaGrange. Shown above conferring on a are LaSI aita Bussie_, Megan Reason, Zachary Maxwell, back mt Princtpal Joay Have, Alternate team Caswell, Coach Cad Stollar and Alternate team member Lonnie Coker. was joined by parents and other supporters during the tense three rounds of DUEL between the evil Prince played by Ryan "fibbits and Prince played by Matthew Hulsey, was the of the dramatic performance. Mike was the sword fight trainer/choeogra- for the student actors. ROSE VENDOR Alicia Blackwell attempts to convince a patron of the feast to purchase a long-stemmed rose for his lady. ical night of feasting, dancing and dramatic performance featured over 80 from Troup, Harris, Meriwether and Heard counties, as the gymnasium at Baptist Church in LaGrange was converted to a medieval castle for the three run of the third annual Madrigal Feast. The event, sponsored by the Fine Arts of the West Georgia Christian Academy, has become a popular sea- attraction for area visitors who enjoy being transported to another era, corn- with a royal court guarded by uniformed officers and attended by ladies in .iting. The musical and dramatic performances were impressively delivered, by : team of amateur thespians with the assistance of their teachers, Dadene Shaw Carol Bradfield, who also co:wrote the script for the dramatic presentation. tos by Deborah . Smith CHILDREN DANCED for the royal court and their guests in celebration of Princess Alana's birth- day. Pictured left to right are Emily Walker, Tabatha VaHuss, Shelby Flory and Monicha Cameron. By Bryan Geter AND GOING - Two old friends takes in a Cavalier basketball game on evening. Frank Parsons (L) is.the principal at CHS and Sonny Cummings is football coach who will retire at the end of the school year. Both men together at Troup High School several years ago. 31 Wade Johnny Kovalik, Alexander, Davis, Melvin Mr. and Mrs. Doc Keith, David Cash, James Allen, White, Bryan Pike, Ethel Johnson, Michael Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Barber, anniversary. February 3 Koty Mitchell, Carol Behrendt, Chrystal Gaddy, Davis HammeR, Joey Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Thomas, anniver- sary. Feuary 4 Barbara Laster, Chuck Brazell, Ezra E. Whitmore, Heidi L. Cleveland, Jacob Geter, Lauren Howell. February 5 Charles Behrendt, Wesley Hawk, Jeff Johnson. Feb-n. 6 Dorothy Jones, Jack Crews, St., Joyce Richardson, Peggy Harris, Sydney Reynolds, Woody Caswell. HogansviUe Students Honored For Having Perfect Attendance The following students were honored at Hogansville Elementary School for the second nine week period for having achieved perfect attendance: Kindergarten Quantavis Anderson, Shanteria Glanton, Kalea Johnson, Ahanikqua Johnson, Breyonna Sasser, Chase Freeman, Kaitlyn Brooke Bonner, Jania Smith, Tiffany Smith, Jartarcus Brown, Andrew Jackson, Kathy Mitchell, Colby Freeman, Chase Pike, Allison Shaw, William McGhee. First Grade Jamerrio Martin, Tiffanie Blackwell, Chasity Boyd, Antonio Mitchell, Tyrell Tigner, Keiaushane Cameron, Terrace Goens, Bradley Ray. Second Grade Devonte Cameron, 1'eria Cameron, Crystal Dozier, Ciara Griffin, Shaquille Long, Billy Martin, Kierra Brown, Jamie Cole, Matthew Cooper, Wesley Hawk, Deidre Wilkey, Kaitlyn Gaddy, Trae Gilham, Danielle Bonner, Chandler Wilkerson, Meagan Richardson. Third Grade  Marina Wilkerson, Dayhaus Bright, Joshua Cook,Terrance Jackson, Markeisha Robinson, Jasmine Thrash, Jasmine Franklin, Levi Freiberg, DeShae Gates, Tyler Gay, Kristie Rosser, Daxx McGhee, Kaneisha Russell, Raven Evans, Megan Allen, D'Coreous Glanton. Fourth Grade Meagen Reason, Quantavius Leslie, Samantha McGhee, Ashley Singleton, Brandon Zachary, Randy Bailey, Meridith Sinns, Cornelius Reeves, Michelle Townsend, Janai Colton, Latisha Mitchem, Brenton Pike, David Rutledge, Carissa Bussie, Jarvis Brown, Kiere Rhodes. Fifth Grade Jakeva Brown, l)eUnjay Sasser, Austin Thompson, Kyle Thompson, Tharius Tigner, Michael Rainey, Jeff Williamson, Jeremy Zachery. Megan Seymour, Keith Coker, Jamie Parks, Stefon Gates, Myra Vidal, Tersheor Tigner, Jordon Douglas, Vasiny Long, Marquis Colton, Jessica Stitcher, LaShauquite Bussie, Jordan Whaley. Register 4-Year-Olds Tomorrow Do you have a four-year-old? It is time for Pre-K registration for 2002- 2003 school year. Registration will be held at HogansviUe Pre-K, 301 Pine Street, Hogansville on February 1st. Items needed at the trine of registration are: birth certificate, social security card. Other items will be requested before the child starts school. To be eligible for the State Pre-K program school year 2002-2003, the child must be four years old on or before September 1, 2002. *For more information, phone 637-6063. AND YOU CAN HAVE THE BALANCE OF YOUR REFUND IN JUST A FEW DAYS. I* *BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF YOUR REFUND AND THE DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED BRING YOUR W-2 & GET THE CAR YOU NEED GUARANTEED APPROVAL ON SELECT WHY WAIT? 220 Temple Ave., Newnan. Mon.- Fri. 9.7 pro; Sat. 9.6 pm 770-251-7283 24 HOURS CREDIT HOTUNE 1-800-675-7980 Nurses make a difference every clay in the lives they touch. If your dream is to become a nurse, we can help you make that difference. Founded in 1967, the George E. Sims Nursing Scholarship program has awarded almost 900 scholarships to nursing students. Specifically, the Sims Scholarship program pays for all costs associated with fulfilling the requirements of a nursing degree, including: " up to two year's tuition for nursing education at any accredited school of nursing; room and board for students attending a nursing program outside their hometown; " books and lab fees; required insurance to participate in the nursing program. What's more--after you complete your nursing program, you have a job waiting for you at West Georgia Health System, which offers a top-notch preceptor program to give you one-on-one support and guidance as you begin your new career. The scholarships are awarded based on the applicant's scholastic record, character, leadership qualities, participation in student and community activities, Nursing Aptitude Test* and personal interviews. The applicant also must furnish proof that he or she has met entrance requirements into an accredited school of nursing. To learn more about the Sims Scholarship program or to request an application, please contact: Glenda Jones West Georgia Health System A West Georgia l00.Ve00o Health System LaGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 845-3722 E-mail: jonesg@wghs.org THE DEADLINE FOR RETURNING THE COMPI.TED APPLICATION IS FEBRUARY 22, 2002. * Each applicant will be required to take a Nursing Aptitude Test, which will be administered at LaGrange College on January 17 and February 7. To schedule the Nursing Aptitude Test, please call (706) 880-8006. Funded by the Fuller E. Callaway Foundation