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HOGANSVIIA_,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2003 PAGE 3-A By Frances Robinson "EING GREEN- Senior citizens Edith Hill, Skeet Ellington and Jean Ellington are set to celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the Senior Citizen Center last Monday. READY- Y-Club members at Callaway High School are seen preparing Leadership Conference, May 2, 3, and 4th at Rock Eagle.The Y-Club is Mrs. Cynthia Brown. By Frances Robinson PORT- Once again we need to get ribbons on our trees, houses, our support for our troops o are on foreign soil and also the are on our own soil. This rib- s on a tree in the yard of Doug and Wessinger on Taliferro Drive. By Bryan Gter SPRING TIME IS HERE - Jerry Jenkins of Hogansville uses his blower to clean the sidewalks at the HogansvUle Senior Center and the Hogansville Health Department. SUPREME TEAM- Taryrece Culverson, Darryl Mayo, Brandon Langley and David Dansby (back) won Second place in boy's quartet at the Region 4AA Literary Meet sponsored by the Georgia High School Association on March 15. The boys just began studying with David Davis in January this year at Callaway High School. FLOWER TIME - Hogansville Iman EzraWhitmore weeds out of the preparations bed of petunias. BY Bryan Geter I'M GOING TO WIN THIS GAME - Four Senior Citizens at the Hogansville Senior Center enjoyed a game of Rummikub on Monday. (L-R) VirginiaArtley, Ruth Martin, Janette Lowe and Edith Wilkerson all enjoyed the game, but the fellowship was better than winning. TALENTED- Kuwanna Jackson and Ryan Cameron represented Callaway High School as soloists in the Region 4AA Literary Mee. Kuwanna is a Sophmore and Ryan is a Freshman. Both stu- dents study vocal music with David Davis. l.Vloonlight Dance Club Plans April 18 Program The Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange and the Troup County Parks and Rec Department will sponsor a dance on Friday, April 18, at the Callaway Auditorium, Dallis Street, LaGrange, from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. Music will be by Doug and the IBM Band. Suggested dress is "coat and tie." Visitor couples are welcome - $15.00 per couple. Enjoy rock-n-roll, foxtrot, swing, waltz, shag, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! For information on the dance or ball- room dance lessons, call (706) 637-9295 or (706) 884-5857. 1 ,uncheon Speakers Schedulea The following vill be Lenten luncheon speakers, Hogansville First United Methodist Church and Hogansville Pilot Club at 12:00 noon: April 2nd, Rev. Harry Cain, Ebenezer Presbyterian; April 9th, Dr. David Naglee, LaGrange District Superintendent; April 16th, Rev. Greg Williams, St. Mary's United Methodist. Delicious meals are served each week by the women of United Methodist and the Pilot Club. The cost is $3. All of the community is invited. Singing Planned Saturday in Harris City Harris City Baptist Church will host a Everyone is welcome to come and wor- singing Saturday, March 29th starting at 7:00 ship with us, and enjoy some good food and p.m. The featured singers will be The fellowship after the singing. Come, expect- Highlanders from the Troup County area. ing a blessing, because that is what you will There will also be local talent as well. get. We Are Pleased To Announce The Addition Of 2 New Providers Clark-Holder Clinic and the Department of Surgery Are Pleased to Announce the Association of Eric P. Kuivinen, M.D. Dr. Kuivinen joins us after completing his resi- dency at Cleveland Clinic Health Systems in Cleveland, Ohio. He received his medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio and his undergrad- uate degree from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is trained in both General and Vascular Surgery. Dr. Kuivinen is married and has two children. For Appointments, v. ,, Call 812-4269 303 Smith Street Clark-Holder Clinic and the Department of Opthamology Are Pleased to Announce the Association of William J. White, M.D. Dr. White completed his residency at the University of Florida College of Medicine after receiving his Doctor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York, He completed his undergraduate degree at Michigan State University. He is married and has four children. For Appointments, Call 812-4208 LaGrange, GA 706-882-8831 IOAM.1PM ONLY: take an % Off everything vou purchase regular, sale and red-lined merchandise Excludes cosmetics and Brighton. NO COUPON OR SHOPPING PASS NEEDED! YOUR IGE WETAYETTE SQUARE .... ' " E HOURS MONDAY-SATuRDAY IOA USE YOUR MANSOUR'S CARD,