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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 2002 Snakes Alive: Callaway Girls Fall to Lady Pytho ' By Bryan Geter It was the Lady CAVS' first loss in ten games, dat- ing back to the regular sea- son. Callaway was winning 14- 9 late in the first quarter and then the Lady Python's coach Paul Meiere changed his defense and stopped pressur- ing the Lady Cavaliers and The Paideia Lady Pythons defeated the Callaway Lady Cavaliers Saturday evening 56-41 to claim the 5AA Region Championship before a large crowd at Callaway gym in LaGrange. went to a zone defense -which proved to be the right call. Paideia went into the lock- erroom at the break up 31-23. In the third period, the Lady Pythons went up by 12 as Sparkle Davis hit back-to- back baskets. 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Other fees. taxes, and retnclons ma:, appl  slores for details the Volvo $60. it will change the number of 92* $342--- = FOR 39 MONTHS Capitalized Cost Reduction ........................................ $2,000  Refundable Security Deposit ................................... :...$ 375  Acquisition Fee ........................................................... $ 495  first Month's Payment ................................................. $ 342  Amount Due @ Signing ............................................... $3,173  32. Rashaun Geter led the Callaway withl4 points and was followed by Karmarsha Martin with 11. Carla Winston nettedseven. On Friday night, the Lady CAVS defeated a good Decatur Lady Bulldog team in overtime, 61-57 in the semi- final game. Carla Winston scored eight of her 21 points in over- time. With 1:23 left to play, Callaway allowed the Lady Bulldogs to score six points of their next seven points to tie the game at 51. In the overtime, the lady Cavaliers took the lead and never looked back as Crystal 00Q0001 ** COUPE-LIKE STYLING CE JL CAR tN PRESS t Reese hit two free throws and Winston nailed two more at the 1:32 mark to take a four lead at 55-51. Decatur came to within one point with 11 seconds to go, but Winston made four free throws in the last seven seconds. Reese scored 14 points for Callaway and Geter added nine. Martin netted eight and Tatondra Moron bad seven. Coach Evelyn Thompson said they never thought they would lose this game and we count on our seniors and they came through for us tonight. The Lady Cavaliers trav- els to Madison on Saturday to play Putnam County in the first round of state playoffs City Still Hoping f o,r to be held at Morgan Counjks High school at 4 p.m. rth, v *Directions to Morgs County High School i F Madison: From LaGrange,[ h to 1-20 East toward Augu ! "" Get off Exit 114, (the seco Madison exit) and take a ld F Go a half mile to traffic li J Take a right and go tatar miles. When you come iza another traffic light, take left on East Avenue. Go a short distance the road will come to a Go right about a mile and the school is on t right. By Bryan Geter Hogansville City Councilman Jack Leidner gave an update on the city's two grant applications Monday evening during the council meeting. T-21 Grant - Leidner said the city originally asked for $520,000 for streetscape which would be primarily for new sidewalks and lighting for the city's commercial dis- trict). The streetscape would be on East and West Main Street, Johnson Street and US Hwy 29. Leidner said the city received $350,000 with $87,500 matching funds required. Minimum requirements include work on East Main Street beginning at Church Street and crossing Rt 29 to Molyneux. He said sidewalks along Hwy 29's commercial area from Boyd to Rt. 100 are also required. The other grant is a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) which is a $320,000 grant to help the low-income, minority neigh- borhood on Hogansville's west side to pave dangerous dirt roads and to build a side walk along Pine Street between the city's housing project and the former Pine Street School which now houses the area's Head Start, pre-k and after school pro- grams. Leidner said 246 people would benefit including those living on the roads and the clients of the school pro- grams. He said one hundred per- cent of this group is minori- ty and ninety-nine percent have low or moderate income. "This precisely the group targeted by the state's CDBG program," he stated. Leidner stated that this is the third time Hogansville Has tried to get these funds. He said the first applica- tion was missed by less than 12 points out of 303. 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Offer ends February 28th 2002 Capitalized Cost Reduction .......................................... $ 495  Refundable Security Deposit ....................................... $ 425 oo Acquisition Fee ............................................................ $ 495  first Month's Payment ................................................. $ 382 ' Amount Due @ Signing ............................................... $1,655 ' CoLumbus MOTOR COMPANY ,-w.voh, oo.com (706) 327-3636.90lVeterans Pkwy. Open Mon-Fri 9am-Tpm Sat 9am-61m inally included line construction and on Hutchins-Moody similar neighborhood Hogansville's east which has only 14 Leidner said on the request, the Community Affairs was concerned that cost toohigh with the Road. The city's tion addressed this and other DCA concerns, said, but it was turned by nearly 100 points. He said, apparently, review team on the application was to look at the comments considerations of the "The second Hogansville either," said. Iidner said that Freeman, Rickey Thrash himself did the income marion survey on the application and is good April 1902. He said the city address all of DCA's comments from the submissions. The oumilman said very important to de strate community supportl this project by having a lic hearing which will be March 4, at 6;30, 2002 Leidner said, "We churches, businesses individuals to get application to make the time a charm." "We need letters port, phone calls to tors and whatever can thought oftohelp sage across. All Hogansville wants this pd ect," he said. Febnu.y 2S Chick fillet, . pot rounds, lettuce and mman fruit, choice of milk. nd' February 26 Meatloaf, creamed p_ th toes, field peas, cornbreJ.sh fruit, choice of milk. e February 27 res Manager's Choice. le ' 2s k Chicken pot pie,  with cheese, roils, stra ry JeUo, choice of milk. 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