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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2002 Police Asking Help For Solving Break-In Troup County investigators are asking for your help in locating the person who entered a 1980 Chevrolet pickup at Trinity Motors on Lafayette Parkway and took a stereo. This theft occurred during the night of March 17th. A white male bad been seen at the location about the time the theft occurred. Investigators also need your help in locating the person responsible for taking a Weatherby Mark 5, 270 caliber rifle from 901 Pyne Road. This theft occurred between March 13th and March 18th. The rifle was valued at $1,100.00. Anyone who has any information about these or any crimes is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. Chatt-Flint Center Board Meets at 5:30 p.m. Today The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center Board Planning &amp; Development Programs Committee will meet Thursday, March 28 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. The agenda will include discussion of the Annual Short-Term Work Program for the Southern Crescent Regional Plan. Meetings are open to the public. Please call Kathy at 706-675-6721, ext. 101 to obtain addi- tional information. Resume and Career Center Now Available Hogansville Public Library now has several programs on three of our computers creating a "Resume and Career Center" for your convenience. We have resume programs for those who are looking for a job and know what kind of job they want. We also have progranls to help people find out about different kinds of careers that are available. Winway Resume Deluxe and Resume Maker Deluxe give you tools to create winning resumes and persuasive cover letters. They have over 100,000 recommended phras- es for virtually every career with hundreds of sample and customizable resumes and letters. Interview questions and salary negotiation tips are also provided. You may submit resumes to major career web sites. CareerExpIorer TM lets you answer simple questions about your interests to get a list of jobs that most closely matches your preferences. You then can read and print complete job descriptions for your job profile. ,liST's Electronic O* NET Dictionary of Occupational Titles is an easy-to-use, all-in-one resource for occupational infor- mation combining data from four major sources of the United States Department of Labor (DOLl. Find information about careers by a simple point and click. You can get all kinds of information about more than 12,000 occupations. Young Person's Electronic Occupational Outlook Handbook was developed to help young people explore over 250 of America's top jobs. This playful program encourages interaction and has easy-to-use features. INFORMATIVE -Shelby Ware, a representative from "Making it Count," spoke to Callaway High juniors and seniors on Thursday, March 21 st. She spoke to the seniors about making their college or work experience count, and juniors learned how to make their college search count. Key content from the presentation can be found online at www.makingitcount.com <http J/www.makingitcount.com>. Academic Teams Take 1st Place The varsity and junior varsity academic teams at Callaway High School cap- tured first place in the West Georgia Region for the aca- demic year 2001-2002. The varsity academic team will be competing inthe state competition on March 22 & 23at Baldwin High School in Milledgeville. Thoughts onEaster's Meaning VAN'S HARDWARE & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd.. Hogansville (706) 637-6263 We're sorry to report that Ms. Myrtice Daniel of Gra is a patient at Newnan Hospital. We wish her a speedy ery! A birthday celebration in honor of Mrs. Annie PearlL of St. Marks on her 84 years young was held at the Oak C.M.E. Church, Greenville on March 2nd. It was give her daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Eliza Coffier of Flint, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Cl Kate) Hardaway of Decatur and grandchildren. Mrs. 1 was grateful to see all family and friends at her birthda ebration. Congratulations to Mr. Curtis E. Griggs of St. Marks received the ELCCA 2001 Fine Arts Community S Award for over 53 years of service as a musician tlvP out the Hogansville community. This award was the East Lake Community Choir Association, Atlanta. Congratulations to Miss Tamekia L. Greenville, who received the ELCCA 2001 Fine Community Service Youth Award. Miss Freeman is ing for White Plains United Churches. She plans to pursue her career in Our belated sympathy goes out to the families Marcus Hardaway of Hartford, Connecticut, Hogansville and Mrs. Gertrude Perry of the Community in their deaths. "Earth has no sorrow that en cannot heal." Happy anniversary wishes go out to the pies: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Rosalyn) Burston on their March 21st; Mr. and Mrs. Hosea (Kerri) Connally 11th on March 23 and Mr. and Mrs. Timm] on their 14th on March 25. We wish them many, many J The Roosevelt l When your loved one = suffers from Atzheimers. 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 Fina==00 :::ncial Assistance Pro00_rams Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway Gardens, 1 mile to Little White House & Warm Springs Village By Patti Phillips The Easter season is upon "tls once again. You may be asking what is Easter and why doChristians celebrate it? Well, it is like this- the :Lord Jesus Christ, who had been born in a lowly stable in Bethlehem to the Virgin Mary and her espoused Joseph the Carpenter of Nazareth had been mocked, taunted and Crucified by Roman soldiers on a cruel cross on Calvary. He had preached, taught and per- formed many miracles in his short three year ministry and at 33 years-old was sent to die for our sins. We can never fathom the pain he felt wlin the spikes were driven int his hands and feet and a '\\;crown of thames thrust into'is head. And the words King of the Jews above himwere Written in a mockery. The people were afraid his reign was upon this earth; but they did not realize that his Father God had sent him as a baby into the world to redeem us from our sins as a heavenly King. O Yes, Jesus Christ died on that Cross on Mount Calvary, a hill called Golgotha, bleedingand dying in our place on that dark day that we know as Good Friday. It was foretold that he would die and on the third day be Resurrected. And that is exactly what did happen. " He had been buried in a borrowed tomb and as the scripture in the Holy Bible says was Resurrected on the third day. Just think about how he loved us, one and all, no mat- ter who we are, he loves us all the same and that love was proven and written in red, with his blood. And that my friends is what Easter is all about. Let us be forever mind- ful that Jesus Christ is aris- en from the grave. And to look beyond the Easter bun- nies, frilly dresses, etc. and be forever mindful of what the real meaning of Easter is. Look around at the beau- ty of the flowers blooming, trees budding and new life around us during this time of the year. There is a correlation between all this and the Resurrection of Jesus. Just as all represents the new birth, we look around and see that God has sent all to us. To see all this beauty is to know God's handiwork is in it. 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