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P~(;E 10-A HOGAN'~/ILLE Hot, rE NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL I, 2004 J I INTENSE LISTENING- AWANA Club members listen intently to safety tips offered to them by a Georgia State Patrolman at Antioch Baptist Church. State Trooper Talks Safety To AWANA Youths, Parents The Antioch Baptist Church AWANA program prepared children for sum- met time activities by invit- ing Trooper Phillip M. Hanners, Jr., of the Georgia State Patrol, to speak with their classes on safety issues such as bicycle safety, seat- belt safety and stranger awareness. Hanners says that chil- dren need to be educated on safety issues if they are to be expected to follow them. He urges parents to dis- cuss these issues with their children and set safety expec- tations for their homes. Harmers also tells par- ents that the best teacher is a good example. "So, parents," he said, "buckle up." GOOD ADVICE- Trooper Phillip M. Hanners, Jr. Offers safety tips to AWANA mem- bers and parents recently. Avoid Outdoor Burning, Say Foresters Increasing wildfires to issue a statewide alert urg- Although no burn ban has throughout the state, some ing that outdoor burning be been established, many per- causing injuries and death, postponed until dry condi- mit requests are being denied have prompted Georgia .tions in the Hogansville area and encouraged to b'e post- Forestry Commission (GFC) are relieved by rain. poned. DAY TO REMEMBER- The Sacrament of Holy Baptism is a very sj~c~ial eq~nt in the St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Hogansville.'On Feb. 22 six week old Dean Robert Leich was Baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and sealed as Christ's own into the family of God. After the serice as festive meal was shared together in the Parish Hall. Hudson Farm Yo Pick We Pick U or Open.ing Saturday, April 10th 8:~ a,m. to 5:30 p.m. on GA Hwy 173 between .... Woodbury, Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farms 706-846-5658 , III1! IIIIII IIIIIIIIII I ..... I IIIIII I II I Making Everyone A Winner For Carol Chundey, winning isn't evervhing, it's the only thing, gut we're not talking about ball games here - we'rt talking about instilling a winning attitude and helping people gr~,v stronger in mind, body and spirit. For nearly 30 years, Carol has beeft a medical technologist at West Georgia Health S)~tem. In that time. she's helped improve the health of coundess people. But in her spare time, she~ hdped many more. Carol has been a volunteer coach for-the Troup County Parks and Recreation Departent since 1987, coaching young girls and boys in many sports with great success. But her contributions to our cormmmUty go far beyond that. She also volunteers at the LaGrange Pregnancy Center and the Court Appointed Special Advocate of Troup County - not to mention teaching Sunday School tbr the past 20 )'ears. With people like Carol Chumley on our team - and in our communiW - eveLyone wins. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM Otw hadth system. All tlw cme 5vu need. I514 Vernon Road / LaGrange, Georgia / (706) 882-I4I 1 / www.wghs.org [