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Bassett Speak to Retirecl 'macnes President of the >rgia Retired Educators (GREA). Mrs. ; Bassett of Roberta, ,  the guest speaker dur-  ..... of the Troup ired Educators " (TREA) on arsday, March 28 at the Country Club. her address, Mrs. emphasized the fact t GREA is the only organ- that devotes its inter- and efforts exclusively improving the wel- of retired educators. cited membership number one priority ause it is the vehicle for sident of the 13,000 plus Association, she information on the of specific House that would impact the of retirees, and about the upcoming SHARING IDEAS - (L-R) Ralph Johnson (TREA President), Mrs. Patricia Bassett (GREA President and Keynote Speaker), B.J. Bassett and Mrs. Leona Raughton (special guests of TREA). GREA Convention to be held in Macon May 7-9. Mrs. Bassett was intro- duced to the TREA atten- dees by Program Chairman, Alonza R. Ransom. President Ralph Johnson convened the meeting and presided over the business. Ot her special guests rec- ognized included Mrs. Leona Raughton and B.J. Bassett (the mother and husband of Mrs. Bassett). - The Social Critters met on March 28 and enjoyed an Easter egg hunt. Robinson was the winner, finding the prize egg. Frances Robinson won prize for the most eggs. Each member decorated an egg and Jimmie was the in the egg contest. In the decorated hats, Mrs. Wilma Billingsley was first winner and Frances Robinson won second place. Elmer Williams won the DAY Sunday day for ly and other and friends. Some njoyed lunch and an hunt at Ken pavilion on Hwy. h the rain came children hunted in between showers. above is Haley 17 months old, of enjoying the celebration. She is Robinson of By  Robtson APPRECIATED - The Bingo Bunch honored Tammy Curry on her anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newm,n on their birthdays on Thursday, March. Backya:. d Gardenmg New Topic "Take a Walk on the Wild Side" April 9th. Natural meadows are filled with native flowers, grasses, and broadleaf plants. Butterfly and insect species flourish in healthy meadows of the southeast. Teresa Mullins, horticulturist and Master Gardener, will teach garden- ers how to bring the beauty of a meadow into a cultivat- ed setting, using wildflowers suited for southern gardens. In celebration of Earth Day, Backyard participants will take home plants to add to their gardens that are bene- ficial to the environment. The Backyard Association, sponsored by Coweta County Extension Service, is open to the pub- lic and meets at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday evening of each month except December. Reservations are required and admission is free. The sessions are held at the Coweta County Extension Service, 21 East Washington Street in Newnan. For more informa- tion, contact 770-254-2620. AprU S Manager's Choice AZ9 Deli sandwich, lettuce and tomato, waffle fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. ApfillO Baked ham, macaroni and cheese, black-eyed peas, cornbread, pineapple slices, choice of milk. April ll Steak nuggets, creamed potatoes, English peas, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk. April 12 Chick fillet, potato rounds, lettuce and tomato, fruit, choice of milk Dean, Charlyne Derick Staley, Helen Mrs. Jerry and Mrs. Joey and Mr. and Mrs. aanive:,m.y. Burllham, Bonner, Michaela .e Folks - ele rating Birthdays Hubbard, Michelle Davis, Wendie HeRon, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Caddy, and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Braswel!, anniversary. Agr6 Andrew Shaw, Austin Dorrough, Austin Thompson, Danny Spradlin, Sara tMrgason, Stacy Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wacht, & Home Values Sale Days April 4 - I 3 0nly ngs Throughout the store. 'S & Farm Supply 61 Indl Rd., Hogansville (7o6) 637-6263 armiver-'ry. 7 J.D. Barrett, Harris. Av--r 8 Ruth Bennett. Apfi/9 Kendall Brem, Kristen N. Steve Allen. April 10 Lorinne Jones. NEED A RIDE? BRING YOUR W-2 Tills CAR'S FQR YOU! 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