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PAGE 3-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 2005 'Digging Deeper' Highland Baptist Youth Group Hosts Chad Cannon The "Digging Deeper" Youth Group at Highland Baptist Church extends an invita- tion to all teens and young adults to join them at the monthly Youth Event on Friday, Feb. 25. The event will begin at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall with Chad Cannon as the guest speaker. Chad is with Student Venture, which is Campus Crusade for Christ (high school divi- sion). Chad has spoken to numerous Fellowship of Christian Athletes and churches in the Atlanta area. His energy and enthusiasm is evident when he speaks to high school and middle school students. Bring your friends and join us for Chad's message, food, music, games and lots of fun. A "Song Fest" and games will be available for the younger children in the education building. Highland Baptist Church is located at 409 Askew Avenue in Hogansville. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iil iii iii iiii ill i ill i iiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiililiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiill i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii i i iii!!iiiii!!iiiiiiiiiii!iii il I Public Notification We are required to monitor your drinking water for specific contami- nants on a regular basis; Results of regular monitoring are an indicator of whether or not our drinking water meets health standards. During compli- ance period 11/01/04 to 11/30/04, we did not complete all monitoring or testing for Total Organic Carbon and therefore cannot be sure of the qual- ity of our drinking water during that time. There is nothing you need to do at this time. The violation does not pose a threat to the quality of the water supplied. Residents should not be alarmed and do not need to seek alternative water supplies. The City of Hogansville is taking corrective action to insure that adequate monitor- ing and reporting will be maintained. Therefore the corrective action that has been taken in reference to this matter, is that the city will not rely on a private carrier any more (since this was the reason the samples were lost in the mail during the mailing process,) the city now hand delivers our samples to the state lab, avoid- ing this kind of unpleasant incident in the future, and assuring that your water has met and exceeds the standards required by the state. If you have any questions in reference to the drinking water and safety qualities, please feel free to contact us at 706-637-8158 or ask for Joe Vidal at the Water Treatment Plant. :i!ii -ql HAPPY GATHERING- A shower was given Saturday, Jan. 17, to honor the mother to be Michelle Dunn, at Sharpsburg Recreation Center. Pictured above is Beverly Haynes, paternal grandmother to be, Gall Fortson, hostess, Robin Haynes, hostess, Michelle Dunn, mother to be, Barbara Byron, maternal grandmother to be, and Meagan Byron, hostess. Michelle received many useful gifts and thanks everyone for them 50 YEARS - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Green were honored Feb. 12 in celebration of their 50th wed- ding anniversary with a luncheon reception at Ala-Cart-Catering in Canfield. Host were their children, Tina and Kevin Baker of Shelby Twp., MI, Tracy and Mark Lucas of Frankfort, IL, and Tim and Deb Green of Beaver, PA. and their eight grandchildren. Ronald and the former Mary Jane Collier were married Feb. 2, 1955 at First Baptist Church in Manchester. Mr. Green worked for the Ohlo Bell Telephone Company for 39 year'anl'tetired in 1993. Mrs, Green retired in 1994 from the Boardman School Cafeteria. Mr. and Mrs. Green are members of Evangel Baptist Church. By Bryan Geter GOOD FOOD- Little Jenne Lee Geter, left, of Durahd, Andrew Sullens, cen- ter, of Hamilton and Jacie Mitchell of Manchester enjoyed a field mp an(] lunch at sarl :fcoS r Mexican Restaurant in PineMountain-recent- ly. The children attend Noah's Ark Child Enrichment Center in Pine Mountain. Monday, Feb. 21 toasted cheese sfindwich, No School saltines, orange half, choice of milk Tuesday, Feb. 22 manager's choice Wednesday, Feb. 23 Beef vegetable soup, Thursday, Feb. 24 Chicken pot pie, broccoli with cheese, rolls, strawber- ry jell-o, choice of milk Friday, Feb. 25 Chick fillet, potato rounds, lettuce and tomato, fruit, choice of milk I[iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiii ii iil i ii ii iiii!ii ' i i iii iii ' C i iiili iii  iii i . i i ''.,'  ii iiiiii liii!ilil iiiiiiii  i l iii    "iil i!i i   iiiiii iiiiiii7 i!iiii ii ii  i i  i i i ill i j'  .................. i ii,!     i  i  i !! !i i i  iiiiii i7   ii:!i i W !  i!   !i ! !i i i  !! i ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiii ii iiiiiiiiiiilililili] ii Where there is love the heart is light .where there is love the day is bright. Birthday greetings go to Errick Wilson Bell, Jr., son of Sabrina Clayton, Dwight Blalock, Bobbie Jean Boddie, in memory of Alice Booker, Sara B. Brewer, James Clements, Juanita Connaly, in memory of Mattie Carter, Johnnie Mae Clark, Dantra and Greg Clements, grandsons of Willie Lee Clements, Sr., Demetrius Jerome Cousins, James Dean, James H. Greeman, Frances H. Harrison, Shaun M. Hines, Tamara Nicole Jackson, daughter of Rev. Lowinston and Gwen Jackson, Rev. Edmond Leigh, in mem- ory of Cora Long, Lorenzo McCall Jr., Frederick Van Matthews, Karen Miller, Dexter Owens, Sonja D. Freeman, Jerry JJ Hamilton, Jr., Evelean S. Rhodes, Wilbur Thompson Jr., Catherine Towns, Mekiella Towns, daughter of Michael Towns and Javonecya Stevens. Please remember our sick and shut-ins in our daily prayers, telephone calls, cards and visits: Rev. James E Booker, Gertrude Copsin, Ector Dean, Rev. Clarence Ellison, Euclora Pinson, Betty Portress, Ralph Rice, Texanna Robinson, Rev. and Mrs. William Mitchell, Marvin Rosser, Carrie Sharpe, Rosa Ellis, Annie Joyce Hardaway, and Little Miss Jamicia Wheelous. Seed for thought: There's nothing in life that love cannot change. You have a cut or a sore that simply won't go away. It may be cause tr serious concern, especially i[ you are diabetic. At our Wound Center, we use advanced wound care therapies including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. This promotes healing of difficult wounds and injuries - in a relaxed, comfortable setting. The Columbus Regional Wound Center is located on The Medical Center campus with convenient parking and easy access. The Columbus Regional Wound Center. We can heal difficult wounds, and ease your worries. Now A World of Services. A Single Purpose, ' columbusregional.com accepting appointments 706.660.6500 ICOLUMBUS Hands that embrace family It isn't always easy being a child these days. Especially if you're a chiM without a family. You can help give these kids the chance in life that they have been denied. Open you heart and your home to a child in need today ... be a foster parent. Help fulfill the KidsPeace mission: To give hope, help and healing to children facing crisis. Foster Care and   Family Services  KidsPeace National Centers Helpin 9 Kids Overcome CrisLs 706-565-9336 www.fostercare.com The hand ' that heals  Financial assistance and 24-hour support services available. Flag Bank is proud to serve the Hogansville community. We've been here for over 70 years and our commitment to providing Hogansville with the best in community banking continues today. Our friendly, professional team of bankers is ready to help you with all of your banking needs...come visit us today! 111 High Street Hogansville 706-637-6621 Four Other Convenient West Georgia Locations To Serve Your Banking Needs: LaGrange: Main Office LaFayette Parkway, Lee's Crossing Newnan: Coweta Crossroads Shopping Center FLAG00 BANK www.flagbank.com Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. 2005 Flag Financial Corporation.