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March 57 2015 PREVENTING THE COODIES - Ms. Betty's pre- school students at the West End Daycare learned about how to prevent sneezes and colds by washing their hands and cov- ering their mouths as they listened to books and songs pre- sented by Debra Atkins, Children's Ubrarian at Hogansville Public Ubrary. Shown here are Kaniyah Britt, London Dailey, Javion Hardnett, Cierya Jenkins, Khloe Robinson, Chloe Sanders, Jayden Strickland, Kingston gner, Alayah Willis and Maximus Willoughby. ~.:~' ~-~ ..::k.:::... ~i!!.:. GREAT APPRECIATION - Callaway Middle School had four 8th grade students to participate in the "Optimist Oratorical Contest" at the Griggs Recreation Center. Students were required to write a speech on "How my Optimism will help me press on to the Greater Achievements of the Future," The oral speech was presented to Optimist club members and attending parents and grandparents. The photo to the right is Antionette Elliott and Inijah Jones. and the photo the left is Issac Simpson and A J Porter. e By ANDY KOBER Ga. Hwy. 354 just east of Pine the hike willbegin at the over- snack. Runners get ready! The includes a commemorative t- Mountain. look located across from the annual 10K Cotton Trail shirt and parking. "Springo Bingo" begins Thereis a $3 feeperbingo Callaway Country Store onLOOKING AHEAD, Rabbit Run has been sched-Programs at F.D. Saturday, March 7, at ED.card. U.S. Hwy. 27, just south of upcoming events at F.D. uled for Saturday, March 28. RooseveltStateParkareopen Roosevelt State Park. "Springo Bingo" has been Pine Mountain. Roosevelt State Park include: Beginning at 7:30 a.m. the run to the public and while many Beginning at 7 p.m. and scheduled for each Saturday Led by volunteers of the American Frontier includes a trek through the are free, there is a $5 park- lasting about an hour, the in March, same time and Pine Mountain TrailDays, Saturday and Sunday,woods of the Pine Mountain ing fee. campground themed game place. Association, the hike is March 14-15, at the baUfield Trail. For more information will celebrate the arrival of designed for ages 10 and across from Liberty Bell pool about any of the programs at spring. Participants can win A SPECIAL Worm Wood older and will cover about 3- located on Ga. Hwy. 354 justRegisterattheparkoffice the state park, call 706-663- candy and prizes. Night Hike has been sched- l/2 mfles of moderate terrain, east of Pine Mountain. Seeor by calling 706-663-4858. 4858. Meet at the shelter next uled for 8 p.m. Saturday,Participants should dresshow people lived over 200 Pre-registration cutoff isED. Roosevelt State Park to the Trading Post located in March 7. for the weather, bringa flash- years ago with living dis-March 20. There is a cost of is located near Pine the family campground offIJasting about 2-112 hours, light, bottled water and a plays. $40 per participant which Mountain. By ANDY KOBER Roosevelt State Park. portray life during the 150 try some of the ancient crafts. Hwy. 354 just east of Pine the $5 parking fee. A living history exhibityears of exploration. The American Frontier Mountain. For more information American Frontier Days that portrays life from 1730 Days encampment will locat- contact Turley at 706-881- will be held Saturday and to 1880, the event is both edu- THOSE ATTENDING ed on the ball field across THERE is no admission 4669 or via email at Sunday, March 14-15, at F.D. cational and fun. Re-enactors will also have the chance to from Liberty Bell Pool, on Ga. fee, but the state is charging steve_turley@aol.com