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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, PCB. 0, 2006 PAGE 3-A News in Pictures )ARTY TIME - Bingo Buddies celebrating birthdays Vednesday, January 29 included: seated, Frances lobinson; Mildred Blalock, Juanita Davis, Geneva 4axwell, Thelma Henry and Thelma Colton The single andle on the cake was in memory of Ralph Rainwater. I los .= having birthdays but not pictured are Patti Phillips Annie C. Howard. r  uur "zlew Menu qNNER- Katherine Brooke Oliver, daughter of Mrs. athy Oliver of LaGrange, was the winner of the 2002- )C 3 local club competition in the Optimist International Fish !l ;say_ contest Left to right, Mrs Ida Jones (club at essay r in lairperson), Mrs. Kathy Oliver (parent), Miss Katherine Ca,rooke Oliver (1st place winner), and Rev Gerald ;Leclbetter, club president. mrs is By Bryan Geter HUG-A-BEARS Members of the BellSouth Ga. Telephone Pioneers made a presentation of hug-a-bears to the Troup County Fire Department representative Mark Webb and to the Hogansville Police Department repre- sentatives Samantha Dunklee and Tony Latirnoor.The bears are given to children in emergency situations to comfort them. Telephone Pioneers participating were Elaine Lee, Becky GasCamp, Lavernne Mallory, Imogene Murphy, Lillian Alexander and Joycie Brown Pictured above (L-R) are LaVernne Mallory, Imogene Murphy, Mark Webb, Elaine Lee, Samatha Dunklee and Tony Latimoor. By Bryan Geter READY TO SERVE - Anthony's Care (formerly Janet's Kitchen) located inside the SBS Truck Stop located at Bass Crossroads and E. Main Street at 1-85 is open for business. Pictured above are servers (L-R) Heather Brewer, Heather Lockard, Cindy Belcher and Elizabeth Tucker. 305 New Franklin Road, LaGrange, Georgia (706) 884-6100 pring Registration Underway er diedj '00e00rg00il3'r Baseball, Tennis, Soccer said The Troup County Parks & Recreation an ag, remission will conduct registration for .=d bet _ring sports, programs and activities begin- ld deTg Monday, February 3rd. initiat i Youth snorts include T-ball, baseball, soft- y had !11, tennis, track, swim team and soccer. teadleyl Adult sports include men's women's and )nstrucSed softball. 0b,hst The hours for registration are 8:00 a.m.  il ,5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, at to CD .,. Recreation Commission office, located dlowedt 1220 LaFayette Parkway ent. j in LaGrange. Registration will also be fferintonducted at recreation departments in r inforogansville and West Point during the same : to de:tes and times. :ass m Parents registering children for the first - rfr?t,,# eatln era , ,,, , g.. ust provide copies of each child s birth tbfllty ert,fmate. . rkover i Any child not registered by Friday .ntial debruary 21, will be placed on a waiting list. 1 For lore information, call(706) 883-1670 d u[ lopme Recreation Meeting Planned Ld S " .= The Troup County Parks & Recreation he vis nrnission will conduct its annual meeting ghtly, p ;riday, February 21st at the qYoup County ,ed tlanior Citizens Center, 140 Ragland Street m LaGrange, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event includes new inductions into the Commission's "Hall of Fame," the "Volunteer of the Year" award, distribution of the Commission's 2002 Annual Report, an update on SPLOST recreation projects and drawings for door prizes. All volunteers with 75 or more hours of service during the past year will also receive special gifts. Anyone wishing to attend should R.S.V.P. (706) 883 1670 no later than Friday, February 14. Volunteer Coaches Needed The Troup County Parks & Recreation Commission is seeking local individuals who would like to serve as volunteer coaches for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. Application forms are available at the Recreation Commission office, located at 1220 LaFayette Parkway in LaGrange. For more information, contact Kerry Whaley or Don Howell at (706) 883-1670. Pray for Our Troops i no 9t.iL.,. f,) Mon-Thur.: 11 a.m. - 10:30 p.m Fri. & Sat..: 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. o Sun: Noon- 10:30 p.rn Enjoy A 00omantic Candle00 Lunch or Dinner Valentine's Day... F00owers for the Ladies/ Wou IdaCou IdaShou Ida Don't West G(',( Go i: i/ signed College! NOW. WEft GEORGIA -'ECHNI(TAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive * La(;range, (;A 30240 * 706-845-4323 www.westg, atcch.org A Real cdt, tt'atiotz .for the Real t'orld By Frances Robinson NORED- Mr. and Mrs. Hank Butler were surprised with :?th anniversary celebration at their home Friday night ImUglasville. Some 30 guests helped them celebrate bir is the daughter of Frances Robinson and the late =n Robinson of Hogansville. was ffle Feb rv 6 _ b rua-.- the F]. orothy Jones, Jack and D Ws Sr., Joyce Richardson, gether ;gy Harris, Sydney Mille aOlds, Woody Caswell. d's be 1 that orkin l%bruary 7 .Angela Lee Reynolds, tths on t'is Walker, Gracelyn ,t some _[  Vk,. Janet Rose, Kevin ," ffii, Robbie McLaughlin. n every tated the HI , "By e. 1 s of the i lve coi111 ortant ad thou] alize t vithout d not ey." February 8 Christopher Braswell, elle Neighbors, Louise :Son, Lynn Geter, Roy John raPson, IV, Valorie tw, , Mr. and Mrs. Hilton ra and Mr. and Mrs. lvin Barnes, anniversary. February 9 Angie Turner, Keith Chupp, Melody Wegienka. February 10 Brandy Fountain, Don Howell, Serena Cheyenne Hunter. February 11 Jeb Howington, Jerico Glanton, Stuart Lee, Tanya Dorough, Peggy Wheelus, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Chapman, anniversary. February 12 Betty Hammett, Dana Baker, David Noles, Donna Baker, Jamie Rogers, Lewis Lowe, Paul Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Guy HeRon and Mr. and Mrs. Tillman White. ..)ii{i::i::i=.:{il /. " " * T'*+!ii i:.i!:: i::!:: ::i ;{ {!!{iii{{iiii N{{iiiiii!ii Monday Chicken fillet sandwich, lettuce and tomato, waffle fries, fruit, animal crackers, choice ef milk. Tuesday Country fried steak, creamed potatoes, English peas, hot roll, chilled fruit cocktail, choice of milk. Wednesday Pizza, tossed salad, corn on the cob, fruit juice bar, choice of milk. Thursday Beef vegetable soup, toasted cheese sandwich, saltines, orange half, choice of milk. Taco salad, lettuce, toma- to, cheese, whole kernel corn, banana bread, choice of milk. 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