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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2002 PDK Grq ,up Eyes Legislation The LaGrange Area Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) held the regularly scheduled meeting in the Bailey Room of Smith Hall at LaGrange College on Thursday, March 28, with the President, Dr. Roy Nichols, presiding and con- ducting the business of the Chapter. Program Chairman Kenneth Jones introduced Ralph Noble, President of Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) who was the keynote speaker. During the program, Mr. Noble shared much legisla- tive updates and interest- ing facts relative to educa- tion and problems in edu- cation outlined by GAE. Such issues as pay raises, retirement bills, accounta- bility standards, grading of schools and staff develop- ment funding were dis- 1 INFORMATIVE- Left to right, Kenneth Jones (Program Chairman, PDK Local Chapter), Ralph Noble (Keynote Speaker, President of GAE), and Dr. Roy Nichols (President of Local Chapter of PDK). cussed. The mission of Phi Delta Kappa is to promote quality education with par- ticular emphasis on public supported education, as essential to the develop- ment and maintenance of a democratic way of life. The local Chapter wel- comed the following Kappans who were initiat- ed at the February 5th meeting: Ted Alford (Principal, Berta Wetherbee Elementary School), Ms. Bryna Bobick (Art teacher, Rosemont Elementary School), Sam Bradford (Assistant Principal, Troup Comprehensive High School), Ms. Jacqueline Jones (4th Grade Teachel; Cannon Street Elementary School), Ms. Jane Logan (Coordinator of Instructional Technology TCSS), and Ms. Pam Smrekar (English Teacher, I.aGrange Comprehensive High School). Deacon of the Week: Wayne Yarbrough. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Clyde Burks, Lucile Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cottingham, Freda Kelley, Marcellite Broussard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmer, Ken Hines, Wayne Butler, Wendy Irvinand Haley Teasley. We concluded March to Sunday School in March on March 31. Refreshments were pro- vided by Mrs. Jean Miller. We were happy to have many visitors with us on Easter Sunday morning. Worship With The Word: Stuart Lee read- ing from Matthew 23: 1-6. The flowers that were on the communion table Easter Sunday were placed there by Mrs. Fletcher Acree in memory of her hus- band Samuel Kontz Acree, who passed away August 25, 2001. They would have celebrat- ed their 17th wedding anniversary on March 30. Family night supper, General WMU and Men's Ministry were at the church April 3. Don't forget to spring your clocks for- ward one hour before going to bed this Saturday night, April 6. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets at the church April 8. Happy birthday in April to Rev. Ralph Parks and Sue Deakins on the 1st, Nicholas White and Connie Howard on the 2nd, Minnie Crozier on the 3rd, Tab Chaff in on the 6th, Will Wright on the 14th, Rev. Harold Willis on the 16th and Pauline Powers on the 29th. Happy wedding anniversary in April to Mr. and bit's. Bozeman on the 1st and Mr. and Mrs. I.army Braswell on the 5th. MILESTONE Lewis Phillips celebrated his 80th blhday with a supper at his home Saturday night, March 23rd. Helping him celebrate were Mavis Phillips, Patti Phillips, Maecenies Robinson and Rev. Harold and Belle Willis, all of Hogansville, Made Pike, Debbie Pike, Yvonne Francis and Heather Francis, all of Waresville and Andy, Beverly and Meredith Rhodes, all of Brooks. The card Mr. Phillips holds was made by his granddaugh- ter, Meredith Rhodes. He was bom March 26, 1922 in Langdale, Alabama and is a retired city letter card- er with the Hogansville Post Office and retired cemetery sextant for Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. He enjoys working in his yard, gar- dening and watching the Atlanta Braves. He resides with his wife and daughter in Hogansville. APPEARING HERE - There will be a gospel singing at the Bethel Chapel Baptist Church in LaG 'ange on Fnday evening, Apnl 5. The program begins at 7 p.m.The "Dosses" from Denton, N.C. will be the featured singers.Bethel Chapel is located at 210 Handley Street just off Whitesville Street near the housing project. Bryan Geter is the pastor. Everyone is welcomed. Pops Concert Planned April 14 The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra announces a Pops Concert for Sunday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m. at the Langdale Auditorium in Valley, Alabama. Under the baton of Music Director and Conductor Patricio Cobos, the Symphony will offer a rich program entitled, "An Afternoon of Broadway." The program will open with Roy Phillippe's "Bright Lights of Broadway" arrangement, featuring themes from "Another Op'nin', Another Show," "Send in the Clowns," and "Comedy Tonight." The performance will continue with highlights from Leonard Bernstein's WCest Side Story" and Rogers and Hammersteins' "The Sound of Music," and Hawley Ades's "Irving Berlin - A Symphonic Portrait." The music of Andrew Lloyd Webber will be featured in the second half of the program. The Orchestra will perform selections from "Cats" and 'The Phantom of the Opera." " Advance tickets for all performances are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for students. Tickets are available at Hill Street House, the Gallery on the Square, or the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra office at SunTrust Bank, 301 Church Street, kaGrange, GA 30240. IDEA1: Mobil Homes 1706 280 Bypass PHENIX CITY, AL (334) 298-1211 Deal Homes IF YOU GET SSI OR DISABILTYI NEED A HOME WE HAVE LO JUST FOR YOU FREE APPROVAL REFINANCE YOUR HOME i LAND! 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