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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY APRIL 10 2003 Many Named to Hogansville Honor Roll The following students Gloria Leyva, Meagan Jackson, Brianna Smith, were honored at Hogansville Richardson, Brittany Shirey, Cody King, Matthew Brazil, Elementary School for the Shyniece Wilson, Kevin D&apos;Coreous Glanton, Jasmine third nine week period: Stephens, Zannesha Dixon, Thrash, MarkeishaRobinson, Second Grade Kallie Montgomery. Caleb Drake, Kristie Rosser, Principal's List A/B Honor Roll KaNeisha Russell, Jonathan Sierra Burston, Jared ShaQuille Long, Shea Steele. Cole, Andrew Cook, Jessica Keith, Brandon Jackson, Fifth Grade Browning, Marisa Woodard, Toree Hammond, Summer Principal's List Lizzie Arrington, Beth Daniel, Tyeria Cameron, Randy Bailey, Zachary Barrett, Chasity Boyd, Luke Jamie Cole, Ciara Griffin, Maxwell, Meagen Reason, Burruss, Taylor Martin, TaQuoyah Cameron, Ashley Kiere Rhodes. Jessica Prophitt, Dustin Lesley, "lQuadre Rosser, A/B Honor Roll Steele, Tyrell Tigner, Tommy Bales, Shanese Kylie Vermeer, Alicia Stephanie Allen, Sarai Vidal. Florence, Holly Kimbrell, Bayles, Michelle Cannon, A/B Honor Roll Taylor Walker, Drew Jessica Craven, Jamarcus Georgia Alford, Amber Welborn, DeAnna Wood, Reeves, Houston Shelnutt, Burham, Adrian Fomby, Sidney Smith. DeQuarious Long, Brent Skyler Jacobs, Onevious Fourth Grade Purgason, Shakeria Glanton, Johnson, Ashly Road, Principal's List LaTisha Mitchem. Bradley Ray, Evan Kidd,. Megan Allen, Camille Brittany Antley. Cutwright, Joshua Cook, Perfect Attendance Third Grade Ashley Worthy, Melissa Kindergarten Principal's List Coker, River Staley. Katherine Hall, Kelvin Jackalin Neese, Trae A/B Honor Roll Ector, Olivia Leyva, Ashlea Gilham, Kaitlyn Gaddy, Raven Evans, John Sharp, Zack Yates. Crystal Dozier, Chandler McKeehan, Jerami Brasher, First Grade Wilkerson, Danielle Bonner, Levi Freiberg, Courtney Keiaushane Cameron, The lowest prices Olh brand new Mitsubishis and the best selection of top qualify used ] cars In the area BAD CREDIT? NO PROBLEM. WE CAN HELP. By BRYAN GETER FUNAT SCHOOL - Monday was the first day back at school for the children at Hogansville Elementary School. Teacher Wanda Hall's third grade Art class enjoys "fun day" as they learn. Program to Help Pregnant Hispanics Here The March of Dimes Georgia Chapter is pleased to advance maternal and infant healthinLaGrange and Troup County by supporting the Healthy Pregnant Onteomes for Hispanic Women of the Troup County Health Department. This pro- gram will enhance pre-preg- nancy and prenatal risk assessment, pregnancy case management and education services for high risk Hispanic women. In addition to awarding more than $30 million for bio- medical research each year nationally, the March of Dimes also gives financial support to initiate communi- ty-based projects that hold promise to help reduce birth defects, prematurity, and infant mortality by address- ing particular local needs. "Here in 2Youp County, a review of state and local health statistics and service gaps determined that moth- ers and babies would benefit from these enhanced servic- es," said Dr. Paul Fernholt, Chair of the Program Services Committee. "We are pleased that our successful fundraising efforts, such as WalkAmerica, make it possi- ble for us to support new, locally focused efforts to help babies be born healthy," he said. March of Dimes grant funds will allow the contin- ued employment of a Spanish-speaking inter- pretex.to assist in achieving our goal. The March of Dimes is a national voluntary health agency; whose mission is to improve the health Of babies by preventing birth defects and infant mortality. Founded in 1938, the March of Dimes funds pro- grams of research, commu- .nity services, education, and advocacy to save babies. Deacon of the Week: Huell Stephens. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Sarah Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Pauline Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Wendy Irvin, Frank Fuller, Mildred Mcwhorter, Lou Palmer, Nita Windsor, Margie Shellnut, Russell Miller and Everett Heard. Worship With The Word: Huell Stephens reading Psalm 122. We had a testimony Sunday morning by Joycie Brown. Rev.Harold Willis had the !Children's Sermon. The Adult Choir special music was "Great and Wonderful God." Dr. George Barnett was our speaker on "Better 'Bridges Sunday" April 6 in the morning. Rev. Hal'old Willis did a Survey of the Bible that night on Galatians and began the Baptist Doctrine Study on Prayer April 9 at prayer meeting. The AWANA Club of our church is the sponsor of a church-wide Pastor Appreciation Day April 13 at 11 a.m. VBS teachers/assistants are needed for June 1-6 from 6-8:30 p.m. Call the church office and volunteer. Holy Week Services are April 16-18 at our church, 7:00 nightly. Wednesday night, Rev. Aaron Jones of Summerville will bring a "Sermon in Color" and our choir brings the special music. Communion is Thursday night with Rev. Bob Atkins, Interim Pastor of Highland" Baptist Church bringing the message, while their choir sings and Friday night, Rev. Ed Wyatt, new pas- tor of Grantville First Baptist Church preaches and their choir sings. The Easter Cantata is April 20,11 a.m. at the church. There will be no evening serv- ice. Our 135th anniversary homecoming will be April 27 at 11 a.m. with Dr. Oscar Cope,Western Baptist Associational Missionary as the guest speaker. A covered- dish lunch will be served immediately afterwards. There will be no evening serv- ice. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at S00 East Main Street. ' :F<  ::: ,"  :  ....................................... ............. : ..................  ....................................................................................................................... ' .............................................. ] ] ,....:::!:! :. .... : : ......... ; : :::: , .."iiii:.:  ; "' " ................. "' Little prayer, little power Much prayer, much power No prayer, no power:. Happy anniversary wish- . es go out to: Mr. and Mrs. Neal : (Wendy) Grier on their 7th on i April 12; Mr. and Mrs. Roland ! (Calystia) Shields, Sr. on their 6th on April 12 and Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Rosa) Wilkerson on April 10th. We : wish them many, many more! Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Ms. Charlerte Worthams of Atlanta, formerly of Grantville, in her death. May you rest in peace. April showers bring happy birthday greetings to: Ms. Betty Addie, Mr. Alonza Bohannon, Mrs. Judy P. Brown, Jarvis Brownl Joseph Edward Arrington, grandson of Mrs. Emily Brown, Mr. Rufus Dean, Rev. Christopher Evans, Ms. Dorothy Hardaway, Ms. Faye Audrey Hardaway, Jamal Nathan Hill, son of Ms. LaTonya Bailey and Mr. Michael Hill, Ms. Willie Ruth Render Hill, Ms. Annie Ruth Jackson, Rev. Joseph Hines, Mr. John A. Malcolm, St., in memory of Mrs. Loretta Hall, James Isaiah, son of Ms. Theresa Hunter, Mrs. Mary T. Carter, Mr. Sylvester Gates, Mrs. Sharion T. Hardaway, Mrs. Jessie Lee Moody, Mr. Norris Lakes, in memory of Ms. Mattie Ellis Durrah, in memory of Mr. Clarence McCambry, Sr., Mrs. Sharon Jennings, Ms. Eudora Pinson, Jonathan Jerome Rutledge, Wendell DeAnthony Sanders, Mr. Michael Stinson, Mr. Hosiah (Sonny) Thompson, Ms. Kearta Sewell; Forrest Travis and Carmasha Terrell and in memory of Mrs. Elsie Wheelous. Seed for Thought: No prayer, no power. Colby Freeman, Corian Stevens, Brooke Bonnet, William McGhee, Ryan White, Quantavis Anderson, Allison Shaw, Michael Taylor. Second Grade Chasity Boyd, Ryan Owen, Jared Cole, Ashley Roam. Third Grade Brandon Wheelus, Jordon Dorrough, Kaitlyn Gaddy, Kierra Brown, Gloria Leyva, Shyniece Wilson, Sidney Smith, TyQuadre Rosser. Fourth Grade Matthew Brazil, Chrystal Cosby, Levi Freiberg, Sade Akinyemi, Michael Bowen, Joshua Cook, Sarah Hall, KaNeisha Rosser. Fifth Grade Samantha McGhee, Latisha Mitchem, Marques Brabham, Shakeela Cousin, Ja'Lisa Bussie, Jessica Craves, Jacob Haynes. Choir Presents 'Alive in Christ, "Alive In Christ," an Easter Celebration of Our Redemption by Mosie Lister will be presented by the Adult Choir of the Hogansville First Baptist Church Easter Sunday, April 20 at tile 11 o'clock morning worship. Soloists are Sondra Lee, Marie Hines, Beth Maxwell and Andrew Otwell. The nar- rator will be Marcus Fowler. The public has a cordial invitation to attend and hear the Easter message in song. Ebenezer Sets Easter Services "Following is a schedule of Easter services at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church: Thursday, April 17, 7:00 p.m., Maundy Thursday Communion; Sunday, April 20, 9:00 a.m., Easter morning breakfast; 10:00 a.m., Flowering of the Cross; 11:00 a.m., Easter worship. The public is invited to study and worship with the Ebenezer congregation. For more information call 637- 6686. Enjoy Fish, Music Springfield Baptist Church, Poplar Street, Hogansville, will sponsor a fish dinner and gospel singing on April 11 starting at S p.m. Fish plates are $6.00 per plate. On Saturday, April 121 get your car washed for $6.00 along with a $6.00 fish din- ner starting at 11:00 a.m. For delivery, call 637-5983 or 637- 429'2. "IT WORKS! The calls are coming m, keep running my ad." Janet Lawand CEO Roosevelt Place :!!! 1 & 2Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator Miche Nor wood, Manager Business Church Groups Reunions Y O U pick the OPENING Tuesday, 15th 8 A.M. Located on Hwy between Manchester,   .... Warm Sprin! Wo.c S00gns Can Your Business Afford to Not Advertise? To Place Your Ad Call: Laurie Lewis or Mike (706) 846'3188