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HOGANSVILLE HOrdE NSws - FEBRUARY 3, 2000 - PAGE 7 00ldaY CAVS Have Perfect Region Record By Bryan Geter Associate Editor The Callaway Lady Cavaliers ended the regular season with a perfect region record, 12-0 and 18-4 overall after they clawed the Temple Lady Tigers, 62-34. Coach Angela Richardson Lady CAVS led at the end of one, 23-9 and at the break, 43- 21. All of the Lady CAVS saw playing time. Stacey Smith led the Cavaliers with 24 points and was followed by Mel McCord withl6. The Lady Tigers, who fin- ished the season at 15-9 over- all and 8-4 region, was led by Megan Moore with 16 points. Wednesday night the Lady CAVS destoryed the Greenville lady Patriots, 82-38 Callaway had a 35-17 lead at the half and coasted in the sec- ond half. Smith led the Lady CAVS with 23 points and was followed by Lekuilla Tigner with 18. Yolanda Rosser scored 15 for Greenville. The 5-A Sub-Region will begin Wednesday at Callaway High Gym. Public Hearing on Education Reform By Ban GeterlStaff :AVS UNDEFEATED - Stacey Smith goes for the easy -3reenville Lady Patriots in a recent game. Monday out the regular season with a victory against to end the season undefeated in region play. Representative Jeff Brown announces a public hearing on Education Reform for Wednesday, February 9 from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Callaway International Business CALLAWAY VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Day Opponent Time 1-00 Monday Manchester High* 6:15 p.m. Tuesday Newman High 5:00 p.m. 5-00 Friday Pike Co.* 6:15 p.m. Saturday Pacelli* 4:45 p.m. Tuesday Spencer* 4:00 p.m. Thursday TBA* TBA Friday TBA* TBA Tuesday Bowdon High* 5:00 p.m. 10-00 Wednesday LaGrange High 5:30 p.m. I1-00 Friday Bremen High** 5:00 p.m. i4-00 Saturday Upson-Lee 1:00 p.m. i7-00 Tuesday Temple High** 5:00 p.m. IS-00 Friday Mr. Zion** 5:00 p.m. I-00 Saturday Troup High 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Heard County** 5:00 p.m. Friday Bowdon** 5:00 p.m. Saturday Upson-Lee 1:00 p.m. 31-00 Tuesday Bremen High** 5:00 p.m. Friday Temple High** 5:00 p.m. -00 Saturday Greenville High (DH) 2:00 p.m. Friday Mt. Zion** 4:30 p.m. Saturday Troup High 2:00 p.m. 1-00 Tuesday Heard County** 4:30 p.m. Friday Northgate 4:30 p.m. Location Pacelli Callaway Pacelli Pacelli Pacelli Pacelli Pacelli Bowdon LaGrange Bremen Upson-Lee Temple Callaway Callaway LaG. College Callaway Callaway Callaway Callaway Callaway Mt. Zion Troup Heard Co. Callaway Stephanie Phillips-Hardy Dr. Shields Upchurch S Panner 0 d + Athletic Director Chuck Hunsicker AY WMU Operation Christmas RS INC WMU Operation Christmas Harold Willis, ClemHowell, Joe y Child Shoebox Update for 1999. Travis and Alvin Irvin in atten- 9 P, *8,495. AlVl/FM, 495. 00 Of 29 churches in the Western Baptist Association, they filled 9,990 boxes. The local relay station Unity Baptist Church was number 1 in the number of boxes filled in Georgia, Alabama and Florida. And the top five in the nation. We had Baptism at our church Sunday night, February 6th. The Brotherhood of our church met February the 2nd with: Lewis Phillips, Rev. dance. The WOM of our church met February 2nd with Mavis Garrett, Lillian Howell, Etta Bennett, Kathy Yarbrough, Belle Willis, Evelyn Spivey, Patti Phillips, Mavis Phillips and Myriam Turbyfield present. We invite you to come and" worship with us here at First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street in Hogansville. Rev. Harold Willis is our Pastor. S-10 Blazer , s7,895. 2500 Ex-Cab 4x4 s 14,900.oo ikway Motors[ i00LaGrang e [ TAX Buddy's Homes Thomaston 1512 Hwy 19 North, Thomaston 17061 648-2766 Mm .oy=o: == =,yjj- .u**rs Development Center at West Georgia Tech. State Superintendent of Schools, Linda Schrenko will be Jeff's guest. Representatives Vance Smith and Carl Van Epps have been invited as well as Senator Dan Lee. A representative of the Troup County School System will also make a brief presentation in regard to their position on this bill. The procedure for anybody who wants to speak is to sign in and indicate their area of inter- est such as tenure, school nurs- es, funding, etc., and to indicate whether they are for it, against it, or have a question in that area. Finally, we want to know whether they are a teacher/administrator, employ- er, with a post secondary edu- cation institution, taxpayer, etc. We will rotate amongst topics: pros, cons, questions and con- stituencies. Each person will have 3 minutes to state their opposition, support and/or ques- tion. Representative Brown is hopeful that we will have a good cross section of people attend- ing this meeting. 1-800,22 0-025 5 We've Moved!!!!!!! Is Now Located at 123 West Main Street Downtown Manchester (in the former Dollar General Building.) Stop By Today And Check Out Our Half Price Table Featuring a variety of Fishing Supplies You'll ,find Storm Minnow Lures Poe's Crank Baits Zoom Worms--Worm Hooks And Accessories of all sorts and more!! We've moved and things are still out-of-place but we're making room for a lot of new inventory that will be arriving soon. This is a chance for you to save money and check out our new quarters. "Come on by. We'll talk turkey, deer or whatever" An Assisted Living Community of St.l00ancis It's coming Spring 2000. The area's premier assisted living community founded in the St. Francis tradition of quality care. Franciscan Woods, a place that will change the way you think about assisted living - from the attention our residents receive to the independence they deserve. Franciscan Woods will provide an unmatched array of amenities and services in a beautiful, peaceful and stimulating environment. We'll offer a selection of studio, one- and two,bedroom apartments ranging from 365 to over 700 square feet. At Franciscan Woods, our residents will have a warm and friendly home made complete with their own furnishings and mementos. 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