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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2003 PAGE 3-A By Bryan Geter A TRIO - Joey Knight (C) of LaGrange shares a moment with Darryl and Freeman of the Freeman's Gospel Singers during Saturday night's sing at oofer's in LaGrange. By Bryan Geter THE DUO Troup County T a x Commissione r Ga(y Wood (L) and Troup County Probate Judge Donald Boyd share a moment dur- ing the big weekend of gospel singing at Hoofer's Gospel Barn Saturday evening. y 20(dr(r Science Olyial%am-" st row: Kent Cawley, Zach Elliott, Madetine Moore, Art Gasses, Lee Todd, , musty Street. Back rows: Chris Donati, Josh Littleton, R. J. Gipaya, Wes Cooke, este Acll IS, Daniel Garrett, Thomas Gregg, Shauna Brewer, Anna Turner, Lorin and teacher and sponsor Mrs. Nancy Riggins. =--__ By Billy Bryant 'PUHMATIVE MEETING- anchester Woman's Club met arch 6th at the clubhouse in tnchester. The club's nal Department pre- ;ented the program. Guest was Duffey Gill, social Meriwether County Pictured above are, right, Woman's Club Elizabeth Faulkner, speaker Duffey Gill, and al Department Chair n. GOOD ADVICE- Lynne Carlisle .Poke to the Rotary Club of eriwether County about identi- 'ty theft She explained how .j thieves obtained the information 12, #hnd wa.ys people could protect ."=mselves Lynne is an assis- tant,,,, Vice P resident at F &MB ank "' 'vanchester. ! i !ili  iiiiiiiii!! ;! HONORED- Flint River Academy basketball players named to the AA All State Team are Battle Neal, left, and Ashley Flournoy standing with Coach Clint Welch. Neal and Flournoy played in the AA-AAA Shootout held Saturday, March 8 in Macon at Windsor Academy. Coach Welch was chosen to coach the AA Girls' Team at the statewide event. ir'lueON PURPOSE-First Lady Mary Perdue, wife of Georgia Governor Sonny , . , was a teatured speaker dur ncl the event. Other speakers included Lt. Gov. =o ark Ta.y.lor. The next meeting of the Ieriwether County Interagency Council/Family nnect=on was sched da at Menwether DFCS n Gre nwlle uledforthisTues y ' " e ' . ; 009ring Revival Starts Sund00ay County Line Church is planning a spring revival meeting set for March 23-28, Rev. Glenn Stringham, Seniors' Pastor from the First Baptist Church of Fayetteville will be the guest speaker. The revival will be pre- ceded by an outdoor concert Saturday, March 22 from 5:30 PM until 7:30. The group "Kingdom Express" from Columbus will be the fea- tured group as well as local talent. For information please call the pastor at 706- 663-8240. March 23 Mike Able, Samatha Askew. March 24 Ann Griffin, Dennis Pike, Franklin Thornton, Hull| Laster, Howard Ayers, Jr. March 25 Kaitlyn Floyd, May Lee Thompson, Patricia Pilgrim, Thelma Trussell, Wesley Able, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Spradling and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Driessens, anniver- sary. March 26 Helen Foster, Jack L. 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