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HOGA.XSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2002 PAGE 7-A all C GROUP, UNDOUBTABLY - Pictured above are the Hogansville Elementary Jr. Achievement from the second grade. ing of Success Pioneers Play Big Role at Schooi! Pioneers of America over the United States. Georgia Chapter Tri-City represents Carrollton, and surrounding BellSouth Pioneers - Tri City unity projects such build houses with Habitat for help fund and do work at Pioneer; has a Valentine's Day for residents at Starcrest in Newnan; participate walks for charities; U.S.O. military personnel and their Hartsfield Airport helping With directions, etc. and serving coffee; make small hug-a- and give them to fire depart- police officers, emergency in emergency sit- built four wheelchairs to aid in access to homes. Pioneers also help with environ- mental projects such as recycling alu- minum cans, make birdhouses and fed wildlife;help clean up the rivers and streams. In Education, Pioneers excel. Jr. Achievement - last year taught 16 classes at Hogans'ille Elementary School and Canongate Elementary in Coweta County. So far this year, they have taught 12 classes at HES. Helped students at several schools to learn the states by painting large multi-colored maps of the U.S. on pavement outside or cement slabs. They give personalized books to kindergarten students to help them learn to read. Job Shadowing - Each year on Ground Hog Day employees are encouraged to take their child to work with them for the day. In the Hogansville area, a small group of stu- dents were taken to city hall to see how city government works and the importance od education in future jobs and careers. Pioneers also help in Life Enrichment/Health and Human Service Projects. The have talking books, heart pil- lows,BellSouth classic, sock babies, blankets for Georgia and backpacks for veterans. Other projects include chili cook- off's in N;ewnan, twice yearly flea mar- kets, ice cream festival in Newnan, Mayfest in Carrollton, safety Net Fair in Carrollton, Bike-a-thon in Newnan and Grantville Day celebration. The Telephone Pioneers have been around along time and do many good and useful services for various com- munities. Joycie Brown, Education Chairman for Tri-Ctty Council contributed to this story PARK MEAD()W APARTMElY"" number of third graders at Hogansville Elementary received Junior Achievement certificates. program ,as educational as well as enjoyable. - Fourth were among classes at gansville that the Council with. The :reience turned be enjoyable adults as well ;- F'h graders were also participants in the Achievement program at Hogansville Elementary. Car Wash, Fish Dinner Set by Church Grollp On Saturday, March 23 at 10:00 a.m. The Men's Day Committee of Springfield Baptist Church, Hogansville will sponsor a car wash and sell fish dinners. Donations are $6.00 for the car wash, and $6.00 for fish dinners. On Sunday, March 24 at 11:00 a.m., you are cordially invit- ed to attend our annual Men's Day Celebration. Guest.speak- er will be the Honorable Senior Judge Horace T. Ward, Northern District of Georgia. Rev. Joseph McGuire, pastor, invites everyone to plan and come out and join them. For more information, call 637-5983. NO CHARGE FOR TABLES IH Stew Sale Will Be Held April 5th at 9 a.m. Orders will be accepted prior to sale and drop-ins will be welcome. Auction Consignment Sale #9 i Saturday, March 23 - 10:00 AM [ Charles White Farm 800 Myhand Rd., Pine Mt., GA ! Farm Equip., Construction Equip., Vehicles, Trucks, I Trailers, Tractors, Hay Equip. Cultivating Equip., = Lawn Equip., Misc. Items & tools. I CALL TODAY WITH YOUR CONSIGNMENTS , 7% to Sale & Buy, 0% No Sale The Auction Way Co. J 706-884-3062 or 706-883-8009 I GaLic#1045 I I i i PUBLIC NOTICE!!! The City of Hogansville Public Works and Water Department will be conducting routine semi-annual flushing of fire hydrants on Wednesday, March 27, 2002 from 6:00 p.m. - 11:00, p.m. Flushing is necessary for upkeep of the distribution system and may result in dis- coloration of your tap water for a brief period. The City of Hogansville regrets any inconvenience this may cause. Any questions or comments contact the Water Department at 637-8158. i i 1 &2 Bedroom Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator v?=, 707 | FI.00'S The Roosevelt Place When your loved one suffers from Alzheimers, they need special care. At Roosevelt Place the specialized Alzheimers wing offers them the very best in care while providing you with peace of mind We also offer adult Day Care and Weekly care. Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for Information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles m CaUaway Gardens, 1 mile to Little White House & Warm Springs Village