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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TfIURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2004 PAGE 3-A len, aell, Ryan roll, ~y, Jamie nesha Q Halker, ric Evans, mith, Lzil, By Clint allards Ist off ed for night red) CELEBRATION- The sanctuary of Warm Springs United Methodist Church in 1905 and has gone through a number of renovations. O0 Years! Springs Methodist The Warm Springs United Methodist is 100 years old this year and will be )rating at its homecoming service this March 28. Bishop Lindsey Davis of North Georgia Conference will be preaching, and former pastors will participate in the The sanctuary of the church was com- m 1905 and has gone through a num- r of renovations through the years. h~sn~e of the church's past physical histo- een preserved. " earl log cabin behind the church in the y later used as a boy scout meeting then was bought by a local citizen removed to his private property. A tree in the yard had large metal rings Yen into it which were used as hitching square tree with one of the metal rings was Anniversary This Sunday saved and is on display in the church today. During the 30s and 40s, the pastor at Warm Springs also ministered to the patients at the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation, which Franklin D. Roosevelt started for polio vic- tims. In 1987, the church's 25 members faced the monumental decision of either restoring the church or closing its doors. Through fundraisers and donations, the members were able to complete the desper- ately needed renovations. For 25 years, the bell in the church's tower has not rung. It now zings every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. to announce to the community that the church doors are open wide for members and visitors. The church is located at 216 Broad Street in Warm Springs. PAYING A VISIT- Renowned Southern writer Dori Sanders will be the featured speaker at a gathering of Friends of the LaGrange College Library on Thursday, April 1. The event includes dinner and starts at 6:30 pm at Highland Country Club. Sanders, the eighth of 10 children, grew up on the farm her family Still owns in Filbert, SC She rose to liter- ary prominence in 1990 with the publication of "Clover~ a novel about the relationship between a 10-year-old black girl and her white stepmother set in rural South Carolina Upon release, the book received national acclaim and is now required reading in high schools across the country It has been translated into a half- dozen languages, and in 1997 Hallmark produced a made- for-TV movie based on the novel. Tickets for the Friends of the LaGrange College Ubrary dinner are $25 per per- son and can be purchased at LC Connection or by calling Tammy Rogers at 880-8344 odi for March f fatlon n son Thelma Trussell --" --~ WesleyAble ~laIla ~r L " and Mrs. Danny Ion ~ . and Mrs. Francis . , _,~"rlessens (A) .~ Helen Foster dinner ~ Jack L Dollar i from n~ l .... rday, Ap~ MrWiSPdh~P s famfl -'~ub" " u wirs. bammy Y~' bard(A) d to atte~ March 27 Bob Cardin Hannah Thomas Josh Coggin Louette McCollum" Robert Withers Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shaw (A) March 28 Celeste Carter Roy Drake March 29 Jessica M. Hatcher Joel Keith Joshua Smith Mathew Geter Melissa Hate Mr. and Mrs. James D. Seymour (A) Mr. and Mrs. Terry Aldridge (A) March 30 Alex Harris Diane Marciniak (M) March 31 Christopher Spradlin Paul Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Ken Webb (A) sub sandwich and tomato, tor- Chips w/salsa, brownie, tossed salad, corn cob, fruit juice bar, nflk Rreanesaay, March 31 SPaghetti w/meat sauce, hot rolls, fruit, nilk Villa Gift &hop BLOW OUT SALE 1st Saturday in April. (April 3rd) only at Timeless Antiques Location (Finishing Touch Booth) " Valley, AL (Old Wal-Mart Building) : " ! $5.00 & $10.00 Purses $1.00 Jewelry*! Only at the Timeless Location Also Visit our Other Location Wed. thru Sat. at ? Pizza Villa - LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA ! and Timeless Antiques - Valley, AL 706-882-0809 'He's Alive' Biblical Drama To Be Presented in LaGrange Faith Baptist Church of LaGrange is pre- senting "He's Alive," a Biblical drama about the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ. 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