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i HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2002 PAGE 7-A I 0000,00o-Healmg of the Nations " 00omen 'ich ael ,ill 3 r m e rs arent, per- bea ' s Conference Set uggler, [Women from the Southeast Regional is the author of Forgiving the Dead Man whlch includes lunch on Saturday, and II)A,TI;IC CN ftfi i toqtleller, [a will gather April 26 and 27 at the Walking. Esther Burroughs, a former a commemorative gift. Beginning [] rday  ''-- 7oUUa msician .ljmbus Civic Center for a Women s missionary, is a powerful, seasoned March25, admission is $BS.00. iffl 10a.m. toBp.m.  ........... n d .[ference focusing on Healing of the speaker and author. To purchase tickets, or for more [] '(,, l l i m i c, OSo e two-day event will be 7:00 Comedienne, singer and songwriter information, call 7606-561-8332 or 706 ! ,v, .... ,,,.1 a r e n t ! 10.' o.m. on Friday and continue Anita Renfroe will bring levity to the 561@607. t (70" I t'*d'hh" as been aturday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 meeting from a Christian perspective. A promotional video is available [Z] ('at//r^,^,^v A,,^,, An, = 1 lled "a .. Registration will take place one Neysa Trout, Panama City news anchor upon request, ll ..............  I  ............. stival in and beauty pageant winner, will emcee I,.Xq:L.WI r before starting time both days. ms, eft." A diverse group of speakers includes the program and will share her musical ne, make r to your cytelling =allaway nbership s attract- fis year's d tellers t stage to Evans Shirer, Chicago TV host daughter of well-known evangelist Y Evans. Lori Salierno, author of en Roosters Crow: A Fresh Look at islSan Accountability, seeks to apply Bible to human needs. Kidnapped, ,orized and raped at a young age, )bie Morris's testimony focuses on healing power of forgiveness. She abilities. Vanessa Mitchell, founder of Higher Ground Ministries and daugh- ter of a Columbus pastor will minister in music. Four-time Grammy winner Sue Dodge, who crosses many musical and denominational lines, will lead in wor- ship through song. Cost of the Conference is $55.00 t supper sampler gins at .... and vii ;7.50 ants), ts :i?: L By Bryan Geter IW BUSINESS - Great Wall Chinese Restaurant Iocat- [at 204Hwy 29 N at the Hogansville Center is open tii,is,a,week for lunch and dinner. Chang Kui I.in, he .J,mger, iCsp, roger pictured above is eagerly waiting to serve you. st aid, mbat WMu Focus Week was 3-9. Miss Mildred of PItS atralhatchee and a retired zrner sa mionary in Houston, Texas )r a Tra bke at WMU Focus follow- ) run ov :the family night covered- mrding h suprr of February 6. ) 174 Pl Ar.acon of the Week: Joe drug bt 'lS. =iidet Asyou pray, remember: , a; w. Tillman, Press Miller, LL,00L00.e 00oward ioa_an d Mrs. Wayne m aTgnoors, Pauline Powers, rd Esclyn Arnold, lareda Kelley,  rars.lrankMoore, Bruce t mny, Tom Flournoy, Lou .mmen trner, Lueile Wilson and :lmes mle C,,---'- mangs. !ed.t.sr-C.n.gratu]ations to the or wesema: Team of Moreland . _..lentary School on win- , snootul tlrat-L =- - i;.: vmee in a meet held e EscWest Point Elementary scene aom Thursday night, aill of The competition 21 other Schools repre- there. Their coach is Mrs. Sondra Lee. Worship With The Word: Stuart Lee reading Joshua 24: 14-15. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning, February 10 was "Highway to Heaven." Rev. Harold Willis' mes- sage the morning of February 10 was "Household Salvation" (Acts 16: 27-34). He is continuing the Survey of the Bible on Sunday nights and is in Isaiah. On Wednesday nights, he plans to teach What's Life All About? This is a study of Genesis 1-11 Foundations for the Biblical Worldview. (This is actually the January Bible Study.) Welcome new member Marguerite Stephens. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church February 11. A love shower for the Coweta Co. Crisis Pregnancy Center was February 12 at Love is a special word, rich with mean- in thought. wishes go out to Mrs. Sharon) Ford on their 4th 13 and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie an their 31st on Feb_ary 14. Wish them many, many more! go out to Mr. Leon Rosser who underwent surgery last deepest sympathy goes out to the HaywardFreeman of Newnan, o  , and Mrs. Charlie Kate .ogansville in their deaths. Let not uxs ae troubled. our sick and shut-ins: Mr. Heard, Sr., Mrs. Sandra E Brown, Mrs. , Mrs. Gertrude Cousin, Mrs. Glanton, Mrs. Bessie E. Rosser, Mr. Mr. Willie James Sewell and Smith. to report that Ms. LaTasha Marks is home from the hospi- birthday wishes to out to: Ms. Boddie, in memory of Mrs. Alice Mrs. Sara B. Brewer, Mr. James Mrs. Juanita Connally, in memo- The conference is sponsored by a large group of women, from many denominations and races, organized as Truth Seekers Women's Conference. The coordinator for the meeting is Janice Pate of Bethesda Baptist Church. Reverend Sharon Billins, current President of the Columbus Area Ministerial Alliance, is Prayer Chairman and Nancy Buntin, of Morningside Baptist Church is spokesman. Uncommon Quality At I A Popular Price. 'Masterworls Concert' Planned for Saturday The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra announces a Masterworks concert for Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 8:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church on the Square in LaGrange. Under the baton of Music Director and Conductor Patricio Cobos, the Symphony will offer a rich program including Richard Wagner's "Prelude, Die Meistersinger yon Nurnberg", Vincenzo Bellini's "Concerto in E Flat Major for Oboe and Orchestra," and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No.31 in D Major, K. 297. A highlight of the evening will be a perform- ance by renowned oboe soloist Adrian Gnam Music Director and Conductor of the Macon Symphony Orchestra and former prin- cipal oboist with the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Cincinnati and American Symphony Orchestras. with major orcFestras in Louisville, Indianapolis, Unity Baptist Church on Smokey Road with Carol Rexroad as the speaker. Rev. Harold W'ffiis will be speaking at the Lenten Service of the first United Methodist Church February 27 at 12 noon. Call the church office (637-8731) and make your reservation to attend the Atlanta Passion Play Saturday, March 16 at 2 p.m. at a cost of $14. This is at the Atlanta Civic Center and the deadline for your reservation is Friday, February IS. March 3-10 is the Week of Prayer for North American Missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. We will have Holy Week Services at our church March 27-29. 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 Street. Alabama and Florida, Yugoslavia, Italy, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil and Puerto Rico. Advance tickets for all performances are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for stu- dents. Season tickets may be purchased for $40.00 or $20.00 for students. Tickets are available at Hill Street House, the Gallery on the Square, or the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra office at SunTrust Bank, 301 Church Street, LaGrange. More information is available by contacting (706) 882-0662. Patricio Cobos, pro- fessor of violin/viola and Columbus State University Orchestra conductor since 1983, began the study of vio- lin at the age of five in his native Santiago, Chile. At eleven he won a scholarship to study in the National Conservatory of Music, and at sixteen he made his solo debut with the Chile Philharmonic Orchestra. He was later awarded a fellow- ship flTom the Rockefeller Fotmdatmn, Wlfich brought him to the United States. His studies continued in France under a French government scholarship before he soloed with American orchestras under such notable conduc- tors as Louis Lane and Richard Walter Hendl. Mr. Cobos had per- formed in music festivals in France, Switzerland and Germany, and has performed and lectured on twentieth century American Music in Latin America under U.S. State Department sponsor- ship. ry of Mrs. Mattie Carter, Mr. James H. Freeman, Antonio Colton, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee (Mary) Colton, Kinya Colton, Mr. Wayne Colton, Rita Cook, Mr. Patrick Dean, Rashad Hardaway, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James (Rosa) Walker, Ms. Elizabeth Hicks, Mrs. Frances H. Harrison, Rev. Edmond Leigh, in memory of Mrs. Cora Long, Tamara Nicole Jackson, daughter of Rex,. and Mrs. Logrmston (Gwen) Jackson, Mr. Lorenzo McCall, Jr,, Ms. Karen Miller, Mrs. Evelean S. Rhodes, in memory of Mr. Raleigh Jones, Rev. and Mrs. Davie (Wanda) Sewell, Mr. Julius Wendell Sewell, Marsha and Maurice SewelL in memory of Mr. Horace Stepp, Lekimberly Desinge, daughter of Ms. Rita H. Sewell, Ms. Tammy Stepp, Britney GeCora Rosser, granddaughter of Ms. Dorothy Hardaway, Mary Rosegenea White, daughter of Ms. Sylvia Black-White, in mem- ory of Mrs. Marie Wagoner, Ms. Teddie R. Thrash, Mr. Wilbur Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Catherine Towns, Mekiella Towns, daughter of Mr. Michael Towns, Jarvis Brown, in mem- ory of Mrs. Jimmie McCambry, Shaun M. 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