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HOGANSVILLE HO~tE NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 2004 PAGE 3-A Love Waits is a national movement that began in the early 90s. Georgia area teens enjoyed a commitment weekend program held in late and also had time to discuss many issues. Several Menwether churches the event. ONE! Lance Johnson, son of Kyle and Jessica Johnson, celebrated his first birthday last Saturday. Friends and family enjoyed a cookout at the home of his grandparents, Clint and Laura Wilson. Lance cele- brated again on Feb. 4, his actual birthday. Courtney Tuten, bride Lee Dorman, was the guest a Southern Living bridal Jan. 17. Hostesses for the her future sisters-in-law, Dorman of Warm Springs and Dorman of Manchester. The Living consultant was Robin Buchanan of Buford, cousin of Guests enjoyed a delicious ~ lg selections chosen bride.The affair was held at the of Bob and Dixie Dorman in HELPING - Good Shepard Therapeutic Center, Inc. receives a $2000 grant from Rotary District 6900 and the Menwether Co. Rotary Club. Club President Jennifer EIliott Meares presents a check to Johnny Wilkes and Lee Gidley of Good Shepard. The money will be used for improvement to Meriwether House. , B/rthdays Feb. 3; Sara Harman and Feb. t4; Etta Bennett and ~, Feb. 18; and Eura SeweLl, Feb. for the remainder of the month: 16, closed due to President's , Feb. 17 - bingo, quilting, nutri- a.m., Coleman Health Mobile Feb. 18 - Captain Woodruff 10-11 &m. Thursday, Feb. 19 - bingo, quilting, walk- ing, Birthday Party Friday, Feb. 20 - Trip to Candy Factory Monday, Feb. 23 - exercise, walking, board games Tuesday, Feb. 24 - bingo, quilting, wallS- ing Wednesday, Feb. 2.$ - Blood Pressure, Atlanta South Thursday, Feb. 26 - bingo, quilting, music, weaving baskets 1-3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27 - walking, boardgames, exercise Relay for Life Plans Shape Up Representatives of teams participating in the 2004 Ask about our ~ t. ~J ~ | event that celebrates local Cancer Survivors, raises marting at$108&53 ~0~/~1~ Cancer Awareness, and rais- es funds for research and the programs and services of the American Cancer Society, held an event kick-off Jan. 13. The Relay for IJfe, to be held April 23-24 at the Callaway Campus of LaGrange College, offers a chance for everyone from school children, to church members, to businesses, to family and friends, the opportunity to work togeth- er in the fight against can- ceF. It has been said that Relay For Life is one huge support group for Cancer Survivors. Agreeing with that theory, the first lap on Friday is led by Cancer Survivors, who wear Survivor T-shirts, declaring their victory over Cancer. later, a Luminary Ceremony is held. The bagged candles, which are sold during and prior to the event, burn throughout the night. The American Cancer Society is currently recruit- ing Relay For Life Teams, Corporate Sponsors and Relay Committee Volunteers. The next plan- ning meeting is Feb. 10th at 6:00 PM at the Clark Auditorium in the Enoch Cancer Clinic. For more information on the Relay For Life, please contact Amanda Bacon at the American Cancer Society at (770) 460- 8920. Monday, Feb. 16 No School! President's Day Tuesday, Feb. 17 Manager's choice Wednesday, Feb. 18 Spaghetti whneat sauce, tossed salad, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk Thursday, Feb. 19 BBQ chicken, green peas, flee, hot rolls, orange- pineapple gelatin, choice of milk Friday, Feb. 20 Ham and cheese sand- wich, lettuce and tomato, dill pickle spear, french fries, fruit, choice of milk 2270 West Point Rd. 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(706) '97 Ford Explorer XLT '96 Ford Exptom' XLT '00 ~ I~libu $2,000 Down $2,500 Down $1,500 Down t0wl 2201 Whitesville Road LaGrange (7O6) 845-8300 the week: Bob pray, remember Lucfle Wilson, Powers, Estelle Garner, Wendy ~roussard, Byrd, Lucy CantreU, Pearl Willis, Winkles, and -~ Welcomed a new choir Chris Campbell, night, Feb. 4. time: Joycie Adult Choir Special r morning was Believe." Harold Willis' rues- SUnday morning was "The Stewardship of Money", with a text of I Timothy 6: 6- 10. He continued the January Bible Study Wednesday night, Feb. 11, when he began the study of 2 Timothy. This is the second part of the January Bible Study. Bring your Bible, a note pad and your study book if you received one and attend at 7 p.m., Wednesday nights. WMU Focus Week is Feb. 8-14. Pray for WMU ladies and their projects that they do for Missions. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church on Feb. 9. We are continuing Five Fabulous Pundays in Sunday School in February. Do you realize that it has been about 28 years since February had five Sundays? We will host the next fifth Sunday night song service at our church Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. Finger foods will be served immediately following in the church fellowship hall. Our Adult Choir and other choirs from several different churches and denominations will render the musical selec- tions that evening. Happy Valentine's Day Saturday, Feb. 14. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main St. For $3,000 011 With Phone Application 706 884-2444 2004 is a GREAT year to become a HOME OWNER! America's Home Place 12 Hammett Wmdsor MeClain and Mrs. Guy Helton 13 Freeman r Beth Askew Sinns Striblin and Mrs. Mark (A) 14 Phillips Higgins James L. Darden Robert Afford Sarah C. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Ron Clemmer (A) Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Griffith (A) Myron Williams (M) Rosalie W. Cranston (M) Feb. 15 Arlene Saunders Gaff Searels Joseph Keith Nancy Clemmer Pat VJflliarnson Randall V~rilliamson Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hammer (A) Feb. 16 Anna Pike Frances Daniel Hannah Seymour Jerie Bronder Mr. and Mrs. Prather (A) Odessa Kent (M) Chuck Feb. 17 Casey Phillips Nickie Barrett Ralph P. Parham William Stankiewicz II Mr. and Mrs. Steven Prescott (A) Feb. 18 Bill Shaw Derrick Cameron 171o Lane Kathy McGhee Ken Hammock Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wheelus (A) Harold Barber (M) Pizza Calzones All dough & ~auc= are made FRESH in our kitchen! Great Handicap Facilities Enjoy Our Covered Deck.