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V '{ PAGE 2A 00,lill ROGER'S BAR,B,QUE ,tl/I Just off 1-85 Exit 28 II ll]00! =="'= iiitllil Served 5 AM - 9 PM :| R'Kx: (706) 637-4100 Fax: (706) 637-4114 ' | *CvrandoperatedbyE# VV HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - MARCH 1, 2001 Six New Main Street Businesses Open This W ee[a Main Street in Hogansville is alive with new businesses and six of these seven will celebrate their grand open- ings this weekend with special sales and refreshments. With the slogan of "What was old is new again" recycling and refurbishing is a strong theme among all of the enterprises. "We're bringing new life to these old buildings and to Main Street," said local businessman Bill Stankiewicz. "But to do so requires both knowledge of and respect for the past. We hope our many customers and friends and the Hogansville community at large will find our efforts pleasing." Stankiewicz, along with his wife Mary Stewart, owns William and Mary's Antiques and Sports Collectibles, which have moved to larger and recently redone space at 200 East Main Street. The shop specializes in American pot- tery and vintage furniture as well as an extensive array of sports memorabilia. JOINING William and Mary's in the same building is Clemens & Company Used Books. Long a mainstay in Newnan, Clemens & Company, owned by Hogansville residents Joyce Wayde and Jack Leidner, chose Hogansville for its second shop. "Joyce and I love Hogansville. and the retail space here is gorgeous," says Leidner. "Eventually we'll have a total of 80,000 books at both shops and this year we'll add a computer link to order virtually any book, new or used, from either store. And we hope to continue the same kind of dedicated service that our Newnan family of customers have come to expect over the last seven years." Adding to this interesting stew, Chef Paul Luna opens his Chef's Table restau- rant. The restaurant, a one of a kind oper- ation, features gourmet food prepared by.Luna directly in front of a relatively smalumber of customers. The atmos- phere isinformal with Chef Paul, of Luna Si fame in Atlanta, providing a running commentary. The operation will also fea- ture more formal cooking classes and a gourmet foods shop. ADDITIONALLY, Hogansville artist Cindy Jackson opens her The Cottage and Co. next door to Chef Paul. Specializing in rustic furniture and gar- den items, it provides a great visual focal point on Main Street. Twice Is Nice, an upscale clothing consignment boutique, also celebrates its opening along with the newly reno- vated gift shop at Hogansville's Grand Hotel, a four-star bed and breakfast which also serves afternoon gift shop has a large array items and china from around the t THE RECEPTIONS for shops are from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. March 2nd. The sales will weekend. And coming soon will be House, a fine restaurant ditional Southern fare Newnan restauranteur Chad the Redneck Gourmet. According to Ray ( chant emeritus of Hog lle 67 years of retailing experience i area, "The growth is going These old bdings are getting and prettier with all the Business is a little better We've still got three or four and I think now is the right time." see what's new in DOWNTOWN HOGANSVILLE Fri., Sat., & Sun. - March 2, 3 & 4 Food Fun - Surprises - Specials Stores open HI 8 p.m. Friday "What's Old Is New Againl" Cltmen & C0. scb ook, 35,000 Books in 70 Categories "GREAT IDEAS RECYCLED" 200 East Main, (706) 637-9555 ww w.clemensixxdcs.com IS Consignment Shop Sunshine lk=d & Breakfast * Gifts 303 E. Ma St 1-800-324-7625 (Re.ryeS4) - (706) 637-8828 www.t hegrandhote|.com I 10-4, LITTLE BUDDIES - On Thursday, February 22, Mrs. Tami Neese's fourth grade class had a special visitor from their Trucker Buddy, Mike Mello, from U.S. Xpress Enterprises. He answered questions and let the students get into his 18-wheeler truck. He also brought each student a ruler and atlas.Trucker Buddy, Inc. is a program that promotes interest between students and truck driv- ers. They correspond by letters, postcards from different states, and e-mails. 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II li'dll Ill "OI*] ;-I:[1 ' 1'-1l '93 Plymouth Voyager ...... $4900 '93 Ford Explorer ............ $5900 '98 Tacoma XCab .......... $13,900 '97 Ford FI50 Sup Cab ...$15,900 '99 Toyota Tacoma 4x4...$16,900 '00 Chevy Venture ......... $16,900 '99 Toytota Sienna .......... $17,900 '98 Toyota 4Runner ........ $18,900 '99 Mitsubishi Montero .... $18,900 '99 Nissan Pathfinder ...... $18,900 '00 GMC Safari SLE ....... $18,900 '98 Toyota 4Runner Lmt..$24,900 '99 Ford Expedition ........ $24,900 See our Website for more Students in Troup who are not in an llth grade class to take any portion Georgia High Graduation Test or the High School Writing test i register with the which they plan to tak permitted to take the Counselors in local schools can offer specific i mation about the tests. Georgia High School Test will be given March other portions of the be given March 26-30 Pub/ic The Town of Lone hold a public day of April, 2001, Chambers, located in the Oak Fire Department in the Town ofi p.m. The purpose of ing is to gain public the adoption of a Protection District Town. If there are any who are hearing have special needs tact the Town at and leave a message. B/ood Drive LaGrange Blood Drive will be Tuesday, March 6th from noon - 5:30 p.m. at Auditorium. Birthdays March 1 Anna Marie Sandy Saunders, Mr. EG. Marciniak, March 2 Justin Howell, Crokett. March 3 Charles W. Gaddy, Crocker, Lois Denney. March 4 Alexandrea Bessie Brown, Robert Harrison, Keeble. March S Jacob Bonnet, Chad Call_away, March 6 Ashley Gaddy, Cory Gina Dorrough, Phillip Jack Leidner, Joy