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PAGE IO-A HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MountviUe Women Meet, Plan Food Clq By KATHY ROGERS Mountville United Methodist Women met March 10 at the home of Calvin and Leslie Pike. Members present included Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Lisa Mitchell, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Kathy Rogers, and Alma Wood, all of Mountville. Angela Chambers opened the meeting with a prayer. Secretary and Treasurer reports were presented and approved as read. Jean Mote reported on the donations made to the Interfaith Food Closet. Members volunteered to work at the Interfaith Food Closet for the month of March It was decided that Easter Lilies would be placed in the church sanctuary on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. After the regular meet- ing, Nancy Newsome pre- sented a program on United Methodist deaconesses. Newsome explained that these women minister to the homebound, sick, dying, and forgotten. They have com- mitted their lives to God's mission, to minister and care for women, children and youth. The influence and commitment of these faith- ful women in mission contin- ues long after their active years of service. Unfortunately many of these women, who are now retired, received very minimal salaries for their faithful wdrk through the years. Newsome suggested that the Mountville UMW participate in the 2003 "A Call to Prayer and Self-Denial" offering, which will be allocated to the Retirement Benefits Fund. This fund provides for pen- sions and health care for retired deaconesses and mis- sionaries for whom the Women's Division is respon- sible. The Mountville UMW unanimously agreed to par- ticipate in this effort to con- Hardy Busy With Plans For Festival Reenie Hardy is a very excited and very busy woman these days. She is the Chairman of Grantville Day and is looking for people to help her. Grantville Day, to be held on Saturday, June 14, 2003 from 10 AM through 10 PM, will feature various pro- grams to be held at different times during the day. The highlight of the day will be The Re-enactment Doubleheader to be conduct- ed by Caroline Carr at 1:00 PM. All of the other pro- grams are now being planned and staffed. Anyone having any sug- gestions for these programs or who is willing to help with them can contact Reenie Hardy at 770-583-3611 or by email at normanl51@aol.com. Hardy was given an award for the work she did in planning and conducting Grantville's Masquerade Ball last year. Based upon the excellent work she did with the Grantville Ball, many are predicting that this year's Grantville Day will be one of the best ever. :  :', ........... i ..... . :,'# 7:{{: { {=i Troup Retired Teacher Group Meets Today The Troup Retired Educators Association will meet on Thursday, March 27 at 11:30 a.m. at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange. The program will be pre- sented by Ms. Debbie Boswell, pharmacist at West Georgia Health System. President Ralph Johnson invites all retired educators in the area to attend this meeting. x,;et Help tinue to honor retired dea- conesses and missionaries with a financial contribution. Angela Chambers adjourned the meeting. Leslie Pike served refresh- ments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be held on April 14 at the home of George and Clara Andrews. Catherine Abernathy will present the program. Clara Andrews will serve as hostess. MARCH 27,2003 WORKING West End Center, observed its first Children Banquet" March 21st at the Call Center at West Georgia' nical Colleg of our own, Moses the guest speaker, by Mrs. O'Berian Geter. Hill was presented a her 32 years of the center. Frances of the Optimist Club a plaque for providing pole on the site. 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