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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVIAJ~E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2004 Students Cited for Perfect Fried Chicken 105 South Hwy. 29, Hogansville, 637-8707 Tues. & Wed. 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Chicken Livers Gizzards Catfish Whiting Hot Wings' Faith Baptist Church LaGrange, GA presents... A Biblical Drama About The Earthly Ministry Of Jesus Christ 7:00 PM Performance... Wed., April 7, Thurs., April 8, Fri., April 9 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM Saturday April 10 Presented In The Main SanctuaD, of Faith Baptist Church 552: Hammett Rd., LaGrange, GA ADMISSION FREE Love Offering Accepted, Nursery Provided Nightly To reserve GROUP seating or for info, 706-845-0000 or visit us online.,.www.faithlagrange.com Children under 5 not permitted due to vivid portrayal t ' /4,. i I i i Azalea Days Festival April 3 & 4, 200~ At Butts Mill Farm Butts Mill Farm Road Just Off HWY 27 Pine Mountain, GA Ifuge Azalea Show & Sale and Plant Fair (Hundreds of Azaleas and Other Plants) 200+ Exhibitors- Arts, Crafts, lawn & Garden, Antiques, Sp~iality Items, and more... Kids Mtmctions, Entertainment for All Ages Great Country Cooking & Festival Foods Exhibitors from Across the Entire World!!! Come enjoy a relaxed day in the pure country sunshine. or perhaps the Great Shoppin~ Fried Chicken, and Ried Green Tomatoes._plus...hundreds of beautiful Azaleas and other plants to "Just Enjoy" or take home Ibr your Lawn & Garden. Admission- $5 Adults (kids 3 and under- Free) Directions Perfect attendance students have been recognized for the third nine weeks at Hogansville Elementary School. -.~ -\ Pre-K: Will Johnson, Indira Luja~no, Lawarence Thompson. Kindergarten: William Doyle, Jordan Bonnet, Keion Ramson, Andrianna Owens, JaCorius Cousins, Zachary Hamblin, Maya Lance, Phillip McMillan, Aaron Call First Grade: LaXavier Tigner, Briannah Costner, TaQuaya Moses, Jordan Coleman, Austin Garrett, Will Williamson, Dylan Surowic, Zack Brazil, Christopher Drake, Savanna Galloway', Claudia Massey, LaBronze Zelaya, Brandon Mattingley, Cailla Niner, Dwight Rhodes, Kelvin Roan, Gavin Searels. Second Grade: Colby Freeman, Brooke Bonner, Corion Stevens, Shabreka Brown, Adam Kazmi, Marquis Cosby, Jatia Cameron, Tiffany Jones, Chase Pike, Kristen Lease, William McGhee, Adam Crews, Quaneisha Alexander, Keiaushane Cameron, Jacob Bedard, Shanteria Glanton, Harley Hall, Andrew Jackson, Janeshia Pleasant, Delilah Wilkes,: Third Grade: Chasity Boyd, Tyrell Tigner, Stephanie Allen, Coggin, Kathy Mitchell, Mitchell, Ashley Roan, Ryan Jared Cole, Dustin Mitchell, Robinson. Fourth Grade: Crystal Doziel Johnson, Tiffany Courtney, Jamie Shyniece Wilson, Zannesha Chandler Wilkerson, DeQulius T J. Mattingly, Matthew Walker, ~!ll Smith, Deirdre Wilkey, Eric SmLt Fifth Grade: Raven Evan McKeehan, Brianna Smith, Fretwell, Matthew Brazil, Te~ Jackson, Joshua Cook, Kaneisha Rullll = DOUBTERS CAN REST EASY - Those who doubted Subdivision, can rest easy. Crews were hard at work on Street. Holder Set to Chair Festival Committee The Grantville Better Home Town organization announced today that Angela Holder has been appointed as the Chairman of the annual Grantville Day community fes- rival to be held on Saturday, June 12. Ms. Holder is the proprietor and hair stylist at the Enhancement Salon on Main Street in Grantville. Earlier this month she was appointed to the Board of Directors of Grantville Better Home Town, Inc. (GBHT). Grantville Day, which was started in the 1990s by the Grantvflle Association, has been run by GBHT since 2002. Agent Ready to Help title is actually "Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent." Actually it's homeowners from whom he gets the most calls for advice and help these days. "Most of the calls I'm get- ting are from homeowners concerned about what type plants they need (for land- scaping) and how to take care of them." But he can offer person- al tips - and reams of infor- mation available from UGA - on topics as diverse as cat- tle farming, raising trees as a crop, '~sture fertility" and what type grass and shrubs will do best where. He's a certified Master Wildlifer, a Master Tree Farmer and a Certified Arborist and holds master's and bachelor's degrees from Mississippi State University. He'll spend two days a week in Troup County and two days Jn Meriwgther each wee~ then must decide where things are most press- ing in the two counties, to determine where he'll spend the fifth dayof his workweek. "It's been five or six years since Meriwether county had a farm agent, "Moulder said. The two counties will con- tribute $10,500 each toward his $55,000-a-year salar); with the balance coming from the University. He and his wife are liv- ing in a LaGrange apartment at the moment, having not yet decided exactly where they want to live in the two-coun- ty area. Moulder wants folks to know "I'm willing to come out and help them with anything they need" relating to agri- culture and natural resources. To contact him: Troup County Extension Service: 706-883-1675; Meriwether County Extension Service: 708-672-4235. that houses would ever start going up in Mallards I~ Monday on the first three lake-side homes just off NAMED TOP COACH- "['he Callaway High Scho Varsity Academic Team competed this weekend i Rutland High School in Macon. The team tied for 41 and represented Callaway well. Joseph Knight wa selected all-state and Mr. Peterson (pictured) wa named Varsity Coach of the Year. Lenton Lunches Availabl At Luthersville Methodi Join Luthersville United Methodist Cb~urch for Lentt Lunches every Tuesday during Lent. Serving time is 11:30 a.m. - I p.m. Lenten meditation r# to 12:15. Eat plates are $3.50. Everyone is invited. Hogansville & Grantville Area Farm or We Pick Friday, April 9th a.m. to 5:30 on GA Hwy 173 between Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farms ! There will be a 71st ' anniversary meeting/dinner I for members of the BSA ! ! Troop 3. ! This Drum and Bugle ! Corp marched in the ! Presidential Inauguration Parade for President Roosevelt in 1933, which the last Presidential ParaJ held in March, 1933. The meeting/dinner be held at Tha Dell from taa to 3 p.m. on Saturday, ApJ 3. Members, their family friends, are invited to atte~ For more information~ to make dinner arra~ menfs, please contS. Hartwell Dunn at 706-62 4531. I I- im m Im mm | Im im ii ml i im im m ill mm mm II | mm im ml | m m | m ~ Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner NoW Delivering P A & WIN ! I-OI E YOWN'Ji.I:-it! Drum and Bugle Corp Plan, I 104 HWY 29 N. Downtown Ht~yansville. 837-9299 I Anni ' FormerlySPRAOLlN'SLocation,Open7OaysaWeek ' 71st versary Reunion I I