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April 1, 2004

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HOGANSVILLE HO~ NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL l, 2004 ! L~ ~;]. 5-A _ Driving :| LHgansviUe seniors can save 10 per i~Se~n their car insurance. ~" niors - and others- can enroll m ~ &~RP Driver Safety Course and for such a saving. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Monday April 19 and 20, Sidney teaching this course at the on East Main Street Course Scheduled Here April 19-20 Cost is $10 per person, which cov- ers the materials. The general public is encouraged to attend. register, call the church office at (706) 637-8731. If you have any questions about the course, call Sidney Tate at (706) 884- 0089, in LaGrange. This eight-hour course (4 hours each day) is the nation's first and largest class- room refresher course geared especial- ly to safety needs. Since this is a class- room course, there will be no under the wheel driving required. While the content of the course is designed for people 50 years of age and older, to enroll one need not be over S0 or a member of Methodist Women Attend Conference Southeastern Jurisdiction United Women Eighth Quadrennial was held March 11-14, 2004, at House in Louisville, Kentucky. the 96 women from the North -~rence were Dorothy Cameron of the LaGrange District UMW), and Ida Tarver Jones (member, Committee for North Georgia for the meeting was "Vessels and focus groups were implement- , prayer room, resource room, displays were also planned. (North Georgia), who is imme- president of the Core Planning served as this Quadrennial - 2004), and Dorothy Edmonds was a of the SFJ Nominating Committee. North Georgia to serve dur- Quadrennial were: Dorothy director for Women's Division of of Global Ministries; and member to the Committee on TAKING PART- Cora Glenn, Ida Jones, Dorthy Cameron, and Dr. shan Yohan, direc- tor of the Women's Division of the General Board of Global Ministries from North Gerogia Conference, are pictured here. The Installation of the New Core Planning Group Officers was handled by Brenda Brown, vice president of the Women's Division. (March 21) & Joe 28.) the sick, shut- in prayer. s Time: Jim (March 21) & Brown (March 28.) to: Ever S.S. Class on having perfect attendance Mavis Garrett is was "Sing to the King" by The Choir. Special Music Solo rendered by: Rhodes (March 21.) Adult Choir Special , "When will at the First United Church Lenten noon on April 7. were happy to have visitors with us March tn the morning service. church on Sunday March 28, we had St. have Holy Week )ril 7-9, 7 p.m. at Dr. Richard of Ebenezer Church as the on Wednesday; Ron Daniel of Baptist Church Thursday and there and Rev. Hodge of Hogansville of God will speak This is our fifth year Holy Week with :churches. WMU Spring v~ith a covered-dish at 6 p.m. and the meet- : at 7 with Alpha from the Omaha Omaha, NB ; guest speaker. Easter Sunday, the Ministerial will have an Easter Sunrise Service in the Calvin Hipp Memorial Park at 7 a.m. Preaching will be Vicar Ron Clemmer and spe- cial music will be by Rev. Randy Hodge, Rev. Helen Henry and Mr. Henry. A light breakfast will be provided by Highland Baptist Church and the Hogansville First Baptist Church in our fellowship hall following the service. Please bring a favorite breakfast item (Danish, muffins, etc.) to the church either Saturday or before the service that morning to share. "The Night Before Easter", A Resurrection Musical by Mosie Lister, will be pre~sented by our Adult Choir Easter Sunday morn- ing, April 11 at the 11 o'clock Morning Worship Service. The Georgia Baptist Children's Home Awareness and Support Project is eon- tinuLmg. The churches from the Western Baptist Association will be loading a truck with the following needed items: peanut butter, jelly (mostly Grape), spaghetti sauce, spaghetti pasta, sweet cereals and freezer bags (qt. & Gal. sizes.) The truck loading is, to occur at 6 p.m.. on Tuesday, April 20 at the Son Rise Baptist Church. This is one hour before the spring meeting at 7. Happy Birthday in April to: Rev. Ralph Parks and Sue Deakins On the 1st, Connie Howard on the 2nd, Minnie Crozier on the 3rd, Stephanie Kusiakonthe4th, Tab Chaffin on the 6th, Will Wright and Kenneth Dial on the 14th, Rev. Harold Willis on the 16th, Earth Kaylan Aim Braswell on the 22rid and Pauline Powers on the 29t!~ Happy Wedding Anniversary in April to; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bozeman on the 1st and Mr. and Mrs. "Lanny Braswell on the 5th. Ten Commandments signs are available from our church for $3 each, which includes shipping and han- dling. If you would like to pur- chase one or more, please call the church office at 637-8731, leave your name, number and how many you want. Again this year, we plac- ing Easter Lilies in the church In Honor or In Memory of. They are $7 each and check should be made payable to HFBC. Contact the church if you would like to purchase one or more. ~!i ..... Faith Baptist Church LaGrange, GA presents... Alive A Biblical Drama About The Earthly Ministry Of Jesus Christ 7:00 PM Performance... Wed., April 7, Thurs., April 8, Fri., April 9 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM Saturday April l0 Presented In .The Main Sanctuary of Faith Baptist Church 552 Hammett Rd., LaGrange, GA ADMISSION FREE Love Offering Accepted, Nursery Provided Nightly To reserve GROUT.seating or for info, 706-845-0000 or visit us online...www.faithlagrange.com Children under 5 not permitted due to vivid portrayal w~nNaskew~.eom and Georgia Multi-lAst Listing, Sales & Rental Broker in the Area! "We Love What We Do" Pizza Calzones Hoagies Appetizen Rot . Domestit & Zmn~ Askew, Sa~a S~e~, Ooug Sp~, Becky ~ ,m i ul ,ll Parmesan (tm~ & C~ke,) , Other Specialty Didm , Salads PIZZERIA & PUB ' Wines hap~ Beer * Soups ~0~...,=,~,~, GA De~rts Spaghetti 11 706 655 2300 . Great Service Lasa9na OPeN LATE EVERY DAY All dough & sauces Monday - Thtm~l~/ 11 ~ to 10 p.m. Handicap Facilities are made FRESH in Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Enjoy Our our kitchen! 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