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PAGE 10 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - MARCH 29, 2001 4 CaUaway Place,00 Callaway High School Beta Club has two semi-final- ists in the National Beta Club Scholarship Program. Mandy Aldrich and Keon ' Copeland competed against 778 other candidates from across the United States for this honor. The top five stu- dents will receive a $15,000, $10,000, $8,000, $6,000 and $4,000 scholarship respec- tively. Beta Club members rep- resent the top 10 percent of their high school academi- cally and participate regu- larly in various community services. Callaway High School's Beta Club is working with the American Cancer Society this year. Nathanial Sanderson from the Spit Tobacco Coalition presented a program on Spit Tobacco in November and the members will participate in the Relay for Life event on April 27th. Callaway is extremely proud to have not one, but two of their members competing as semi-finalists. This is a first for Troup County School System. Mrs. Deborah Dunn is the sponsor. Semi-Finalists in National Scholarship Program CREAM OF THE CROP - Mandy Aldrich (L) and Keon Copeland competed against 778 other candidates from across the United States in the National Beta Club Scholarship Program. Azalea Festival Set f e,l" April 7-8 Come join the ftm of the Fourth Annual Azalea Days in downtown Pine Mountain. This year's Azalea Days will be held Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. each day. Azalea Days features a huge azalea show and sale, including "native" azaleas. Over 25 selected arts and crafts vendors ,,viii be included in this year's show Also, there will be great country cooking, featuring such spe- cialties as BBQ, fried green tomatoes, peas and turnip greens and other great food items to tempt your taste buds. There will be antiques for sale and children's attractions. Azalea Days is sponsored by the Pine Mountain Chamber of Commerce and downtown merchants and admission is free.. We are locat- ed near Callaway Gardens. Call Judy Murphy for information 706 665-5900. Local Cattle Fa Can Get tISDA Hogansville farmers in need of assistance for grazing losses may sign up for the 2000 Livestock Assistance Program (LAP) according to Mary Porter, Coweta-Heard-Meriwether- Troup County Executive Director for the Farm Service Agency. An estimated $438 million is available nationally for farmers who suffered grazing losses as a result of weather related disas- ters affecting livestock. "I urge farmers to call or visit their local USDA office to ensure that they know about all the help they may be eligible for and to sign up quickly," said Porter. A deadline for the sign-up will be announced soon. Ical U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Centers and FSA offices began accepting applications January 21. LAP pro- rides direct payments to eligible livestock producers, in approved counties, who suffered grazing losses due to natural disasters during calendar year 2000 To be approved, a county must have suffered a 40 percent or greater loss of available grazing for at least three consecutive months as a result of damage due to drought, hot weather, disease, insect infestation, flood, fire, hur- ricane, earthquake, severe storms, or other disasters during the 2000-crop year. YOUR Mortgage The maximum allowable for cent A county must approved as a area under a designation or aster declaration 1, 2000. Elig and dairy cattle, lo when basis as beef cattle, swine, and equine commercially for kept for the or fiber on the Call (770) / Machine Operator w! Micrometers ,/Machinist - ,/CNC Machine Mache Op. Heawl ' Admini: " Production - Heavy ,/Forklift Operators -J / Tg Weler ,/ Operator ,/Customer Service 20 Baker Rd., Newnan, Fax 'Recognition Ceremon2 " Set for Tech Prep aenia 's There will be a recognition ceremony for high school Tech Prep Seniors on Thursday, March 29 at 6:00 p.m. It will be held at the Callaway Center for International Business Development bti the West Georgia Technical College campus in LaGrange. Invitations for the event were given out at the high schools. Light refreshments will be served. Sunday dress is requested. Deacon of the Week: Jim Campbell. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on having 100% perfect attendance March 25. Carl Bnnett is their teacher. The responsive reading, the Love of God Cross, Suffering and Death was led by A.lyson Lee. The children's sermon was by Rev. Ron Howard. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial. C.E. Stevenson, Clyde Burks, Ary Skinner, Lillian Evans, Howard Wills, Lewis Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. A1Swanson, Evelyn Arnold, Lighthouse of Prayer Emphasis, "Pointing the Way Crusade," Freda Kelley, Donny Faulkner, David Shearouse, MarceUite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Sharon Swanson, Betty Jeter, Clarence Weaver, Rev. Stan Smith and Wendy irvin. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the family of Hubert L. Pitt_man at his recent death. We were happy to have visi- tors with us Sunday. Rev. Harold Willis was soloist with the Adult Choir joining on the chorus on the hymn, "Jesus Paid It All." The Adult Choir spe- cial music in the moning was "Bow the Knee." Don't forget the time change Sunday, April 1 at 2 a.m. when the clock will spring forward one hour. Family night supper, General WMU, Men's Ministry, etc. is April 4 at the church. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church April 9. Holy Week Services will be held at our church April 10-13 at 7 p.m. Nightly. Tuesday Hogansville First Baptist leads with Rev. Willis preaching and the choir singing; Wednesday will be Ebenezer Presbyterian with Rev. Sarah Parker preaching and her choir singing; Thursday night will be Communion with Rev. Bill Smith and his choir from Union Baptist of St. Marks and Friday night will be First United Methodist Church with Rev. Joanna Pence reaching and her choir singing, k The WMU Spring Inspirational meetmg will be an event of April 12 at the Franklin First Baptist Church with dinner served at 6 p.m., and installation of officers at 7 p.m. "Because He Lives" will be presented by the Adult Choir Easter Sunday morning, April 15 at 11 a.m. We will ,ave homecoming at. our church April 22. There will be no fifth Sunday night song service in April. Church services are being moved that night to the Barley Smith Crusade at Drake Stadium of Newnan High School, which is an event of .april 29-May 3 at 7 p.m. Nightly. Don't forget to bring the need- ed items for the children's home: Pop Tarts, vanilla flavoring, sugar, green beans and oatmeal. Boxes are in the church and they are due at the church by April 22 to be carried to the Associational Spring Meeting April 22 at 7:00 p.m. Please notify the church office if you would like to place an Easter Lily in the church in honor or in memory of someone. Please state your name and the number you wish to purchase. The price will be announced later. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at First Baptist Church. 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