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HOGASVI J,w HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2003 PAGE 3-A IDEAS- Three ministers from Hogansville's St. Matthew's Charismatic Church recently attended a Lenten Clergy Retreat sponsored by the of Georgia. Ministers from across the state were present in Hampton at Presbyterian Camp, the site of the event. Attending were, left to right, The Dn. Tony McGhee, Peachtree City; The Rev. Dn. Ron Clemmer, vicar of St. ew's; and The Rev. Dn. Jereme De Leo, Newnan, St. Matthew's meets each 5:00 p.m. in their location on Main Street. For additional information, call er at 637-5905. -It was definitely party time as April celebrated h'er 21st birthday. of friends were glad to help her By Bryan Geter A GOOD CAUSE Hogansville Police Chief Guy Spradlin and businessman Patrick Terrail share a thought during a recent festival. By Bryan Geter THE BIRDS ARE LOOSE - These guineas fowls are out in the woods enjoying the spring weather, They are owned by Ray and Dee Smith who lives north of Hogansville. By Bryan Geter THIS - David Daniel of Hogansville and tith look over the items at the yard sale at Rite :ii! By Frances Robinson NOBLE EFFORT -Taking part in last Saturday's Children's Miracle Network fundraiser in Hogansville were (L-R) Capt James Woodruff and Cpl. Bobby Dodgen of the Sheriff's office ing the Children Miracle Network fundraiser and Nick Sinns, age 12, Hogansville. Finale Features C00Buctcl n/ Romeo et Juliette. as it concludes concert season 2003 at at the First Baptist Under Conductor and Director Patricio the Symphony will announces : Mozart's, Marriage of Franz Liszt's Les s, and Johann Straus from the Vienna Courtney Budd Street Y. She has also the evening appeared in a recital debut at apPearance of the Kennedy Center in a native of Washington, D.C. and winner of the Accompanying the Lq the 2001 Young Symphony, Ms. Budd will al perform Giuseppi Verdi's s. The 2001-2002 Caro nome, Scena and Aria :s Series from Rigoletto as well as Ah! York City Je veux /ivre dans ce reve ebut at the 92nd from Charles Gounod's In an effort to attract more children to the con- certs, the Symphony will admit without charge any child who is in the fifth grade or younger and who accom- panies a paying adult. Nancy Stevens, General Manager of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, noted that this new program reflects the Symphony's educational mis- sion. Tickets for the concert are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for students. Tickets may be purchased at Hill Street House, the Gallery on the Square, Tom's Music, or the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra office at SunTrust Bank, 301 Church Street, LaGrange, GA 30240. Tickets may also be purchased for the same price at the door. 10 Lorinne Jones. Reynolds, Mary Tommy Allen, aad Mrs: Greg and Mr. and Mrs. son, anniver- 12 Duffey, Anne Woodfin. 13 Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scantlin and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wegienka, anniversary. ra 14 Donna Johnson, Brandon Hubbard, Dusty Hubbard, Maribeth Cleveland, Ron Galloway, Tommy Marciniak, William Wright. April 15 Chad Bussey, Janet Hammett, Kristy Wegienka, thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Spence Fulford and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Noles, anniver- sary. Apri/16 April McClung, Brandon J. White, Cameron Askew, Chloe Wegienka, Melissa Howington, Millicent Griffith, Rev Harold Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Pete McCollum Rebecca Rogers, Rodney . and Rev. and Mrs. Ed Geter, Law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny anniversary. 'G00)spel Singing Crusade' Slated for This Saturday "The Gospel Singing Crusade" will have the next singing on Saturday, April 12. The singing will be held at 1100 West Main Street, Manchester. The doors will open at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:00. We are going to have deli- cious food catered by The Crusade Volunteers. Dinner will consist of hotdogs and hamburgers with the fixings, potato salad, and beans. We have donated items to raffle, exciting cakewalks, and live gospel music. The singers for the night will be Second Coming from Griffin, Revelations from Pine Mountain, and Joy Desch from Barnesville. We want to encourage all churches to come join us. Bring your family and friends and come out and fel- lowship! Admission is free, but donations are gladly accept- ed to keep this music min- istry going. 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