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March 14, 2002

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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002 POPULAR- Rummikub is a senior&apos;favorite at the Hogansville Senior Center. Pictured above are (L-R Virginia Artley, Skeet Ellington and Ann Yates. It appears Skeet is winning the game. Ageless Acti & :nior Center Offers Fun, Friendship for All By Bryan Geter The ttogansville Senior Center located at 407 Church Street (the old Crocker Elementary School) has something for all seniors. For s(me people, it is a nutrition center, set'ring lunch five days a week and carry-out between 34-38 home delivered meals each day. "To anyone who is home bound," said Linda t)rescott, the site dire&or, "'it is a lifesaver not to have to worry about a meal." th'escott said the meals are planned by a state nutritist. The center also has a library and a large screen television for those who like to read and watch TV, she added. The center has board games that keep the mind active arida quilting room for those who like'to sew. Prescott said the seniors walk inside the building during the winter months and have several exercise machines that work the body.. Other helps that the center offer is legal aid quarterly, health screen- ing monthly and speakers 6ach month. There is a beauty shop located on campus, also. "If you haven't tried us," Prescott said, '"you are missing" a treat." She said that there are 35-45 people at the center daily. The van runs on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. and art classes are weekly and a ceramic room with molds are also available with someone to help you. Many enjoy bingo on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a birthday party is held each month. Prescott said ffyou are home bound and need a meal or just lonesome and would like to come to the center, call the center at 637-6606. Prescott said, who knows, you might meet a friend there. Prescott said the seniors are look- ing forward to the Mayor's Walk on April 30 and the Senior Olympics are comingin May. The Center's Thrift Shop will have a sale beginning on March 12 -22. Call the if you would like for the shop to be open. Prescott said one can fill a bag with goodies for $3. Uncc Quality/ Price. ( Easy Operation Optional Vadable Speed Blower Also Available _ Freestanding Full View Glass Warranty On I=i _r,. 59, Three Non-C'"----- Models To Ch,iL.... American Quality,U From atl 3T00RaTt Ilanll & SeillllY Bacon St., LaGrange, Georgia NEED A RIDE? BRING YOUR W-2 THIS CAR'S FOR YOU! PAY IX)WN AND RII)E '" Autoland, Ine, 527 New Franklin Rd. 8846048 00h:st Baptist Plans Holy Week Events By Patti Phillips Hob .Week will be observed with services at the Hogansvilte First Baptist Church beginning Wednesday night, March 27 and running through Friday night, March 29. Services times are 7 o' clock nightly. Dr. Billy V. Burks of Hogansville, interim pastor of Franklin First Baptist Church, speaks Wednesday night. Speaking at services on Maunday Thursday, March 28 and Good Fi'iday, March 29 will be Dr. I,arry \\;: Draper of Rome. Special music each night will be provided by the Adult Choir of Hogansville First Baptist Church under the direc- tion of Mrs. Lynn,Campbell. Child care is provided for birth-three years old. The public has a cordial invitation to attend these Holy , Week services. Hogans%lie First Baptist Church is located at 500 East Main Street. Rev. Harold Willis is pastor. ")'our t o00v, q z 2139 Greenville Road LaG F' o,e,eO i r 5 t !: ,II . i: ii i ; ::?i your world ... Earn a Master of Arts in'Teaching degree and your high school or middle grades teacher's certification in one year through, the MAT program at LaGrange College. If you have a four-year college degree you may be eligible for the Master of Arts in Teaching program at LaGrange College. ,, :, )<7\