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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 2005 FlrererisnClassical Concert Set Sunday perform at LaGrange College on Sunday, Feb. 20, as part of the group's 12th Annual Southeastern Music Festival Tour. The free concert will begin at 3 p.m. in the Recital Hall of Callaway Education Building. The ensemble will pres- ent diverse works by Handel, Cowell and Shostakovich for violin, cello, piano, trombone and tenor. The company also will premiere a new work by this season's Composer-in- Residence, George Boziwick. Boziwick's piece high- lights his backgroqnd as a blues harmonica player and will offer the audience a chance to sing along with a familiar hymn melody. The program will con- clude with a tango by Latin- American composer Piazzola. SKILLED MUSICIANS- The Golliard Ensemble will present diverse works by Handel, Cowell and Shostakovich for violin, cello, piano, trombone and tenor. During the group's visit, 10 LaGrange College stu- dents will submit musical compositions to the ensem- ble. The company will pro- fessionally record each sub- mission and then select two of the works to perform at the Feb. 20 concert, centers and schools. The Goli'ard Ensemble is The performance is spon- based in New York City and sored by the college's music tours throughout the department and Cultural Southeast each season pre- Enrichment Committee. For sentirlg concerts, master- more information, contact classes, workshops andper- Ann Sellman at (706) 880- formancesat universities, art 8351. $15 - 20/hr. PT, your ownschedule Must be certified/licensed teacher or hold a 4 year degree. Apply online at www.atoztutoring.com 2O NISSAN ALTIMA s16. POWER WINDOW/LOCKS HOURS= HON'FRi 9"8 PH SJOURDAY 9"7 PM, SIHaAY 1"5 PM ALL SALES PLTAX &TAG, y:.-/, ..... , .',,.**:... 0LUNBUS,, U RIING IN THIS lib FOR SPECIM. SAVINGS! TEMPTING - Susan Middlebrooks of Manchester tries on one of the furs up for auction at the Georgia Hall Society Ball held at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Saturday night. Over 450 items were available at the fundraiser auction. ONLY $350 DOWN WITH PHONE CREDIT APPLICATIONS  Your home, where you want it,  whether you own your land or not. I 1505 LaFayette Parkway taGrange EQUAL "' ! ..... i! i *P ....................................................................................... O pHOUSIuNNGITY Singing Planned Sunday A special singing will be held at Spirit-Filled Ministries in Hogansville featuring the Cokers. The singing will be held on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 11 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend and be blessed by this great singing group. Murray Hyatt is pastor. Thursday, Feb. 17 Casey Phillips Mickie Barrett William Stankiewicz, II Mr. and Mrs. Steven Prescott (A) Friday, Feb. 18 Bill Shaw Derrick Cameron Flo Lane Kathy McGhee Ken Hammock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wheelus (A) Harold Barber (M)  Saturday, Feb. 19 ::" Jake Smith :: Jerry Matthews Luke Smith  Mac Spinks i:: Mr. and Mrs. Ricky )anks (A)  Sunday, Feb. 20 2: Keegan Montgomery i Steven Saunders :- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy ichardson (A) .= Mr: and Mrs. Leo TIohmann (A) Monday, Feb. 21 Oliver Davis Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Neese (A) Tuesday, Feb. 22 Jesse Chipman Marquez Harden Suzanne Cook Sylvia Barrett Wednesday, Feb. 23 Aaron Harris Bill Davis Hunter Lee D r iscover short-term services designed to C OMF 0 RT YOU., Fvcryone has times whcn they need a little extra help. At Vernoh Woods Retirement Community, we understand those special times, and that's why we offer short-term services to help people rccupelatL" flom a hospital stay or rehabilitation. So if you need a home-away-from-honie, we are here for you whether you need help f\\;)ra cw days or a few weeks. We ol-'f;er a special combination of housing, health care, and personalized support services designed to assist seniors who temporarily need help with activities of daily living but who do not need the skilled medical care of a nursing home. \\;Vge can assist you with dressing, bathing, medication monitoring, meals, laundry and housekeeping. In addition to the many services, you'll appreciate the bcautifill surroundings, delicious food, attractive apartments, and wonderful people. So if you need a short-term solution t{} living independently, call us at (706) 81 2-2899. We would love to share with you the comforts of Vernon Woods. ",, .ER.00qON WOODS  f  r  m e  t C o m m u n ity Affiliated wid West Georgia Hea/th 5),stem 101 Vernon Woods l)rivc l.aGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 81.2-2899 www.vernonwoods.com Equ=l Houdng Opporlun