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t:! i(AC,:SV[IA,E HOME NEWS - APRIL 13, 2000 By Jane GottsII I ! am coming soon! is with me, and I will eveFvme according to has &me. I am the Alpha ()meg., the First and the " Beginning and the Em1." 22:12-12 NIV). is Christ's promise and to us. His promise is that again and will us according to how we s warning is that we con- be faithful until His APRIL 16 lesson deals our belief in Christ's !affects how we live. Our shape our character, es our actions, It is impor- believers in Jesus' com- word, live dif- from the world, invite COme to Him, and pray Receive a bless- ing from this study that teachers us how to live in the light of Jesus' coming. DON'T MISS A delicious spaghetti supper on Friday, April 14, from 6 - 8 PM Only $5.00 per plate! Dine in the fellowship hall or pick up take-out. Contact any of the Highland Youth to get your tickets. HIGHLAND BAPTIST will not have its regular weekly prayer meeting on Wednesday, April 19, but will attend the Holy Week service at First Baptist Church. Our pastor, Dr. Jimmy Brown, is conducting the service and our choir director, Ginger Porter, will be leading congrega- tional singing and our choir in a special music selection. On Thursday, April 20, the Happy 60's will have a covered dish supper of finger foods begin- Chase Staffing is seeking well groomed person's to fill the following positions for a major bottling company Merchandiser's " -Heavy lifting required CDL/Route Driver's hb,___LClean MVR -Class A CDL Good pay and benefits. Temp to hire. Drug screen and background check required. Apply in person at. 20 Baker Rd. Ste. 10 Newnan, GA 30265 ning at 5:45 PM A 7 PM we will First Baptist Church conducted attend the Holy Week Service at by Union Baptist Church. Soil Stew00 rdship Week is April 30 "] hrough May 7 Keeping community waters clean and plentiful is a common goal all Americans should embrace, according Io organiz- ers of the 2000 Soil and Water Stewardship Week, set for April 30th to May 7th. The focus of this year's nation- al observance is on the total watershed management approach to natural resource con- servation. A WATERSHED IS defined as an area of land that sheds water into a common water body, such as a river or lake. There are thou- sands of identified watersheds in America. Since we all live in a water- shed, what we do in our own back- yard has important consequences to everyone else who lives down- stream from us. "Developing a positive stew- ardship attitude is important as we work together to nmintain an adequate supply of clean water," said Joel Keith, chairperson of the Roosevelt SWCD, local spon- sor of this year's Soil and Water stewardship Week. "Our local conservation district would like to help take the leadership to bring all interested groups and individuals together to discuss how to improve the health of our own watershed," he added. The abundance of good, clean water in our communities is not guaranteed as some kind of right. Rather, it's a resource thai must be earned and re earned as time passes and conditions change. While overall per capita con- sumption of water has decreased in the last decade, water conser- vation efforts should never be abandoned. MODERN CONSERVATION efforts are now focused on ways to keep our natural water supply system clean, helping to keep down costs in water treatment facilities. For example, farmers are now installing grassed waterways and filter strips along the edges of their fields and streams to pre- vent soil and nutrients from being washed into major streams. Similar good management prao tices are being installed around construction sites and large build- ings and parking lots and subur- ban and urban areas. The technology is available I.o ensure a clean water supply. The real challenge, according to Keith, is to develop the collective community and political will to get the job done. To learn more about how you can help protect your watershed, contact the USDA-NRCS, 900 Dallis Street, LaGrange, GA 30240 during business hours at 706-291-5651, or Georgia Soil & Water Conservation Commission, Region I, 700 Esat 2nd Avenue, Rome, GA 30161 at 706-295-6131. Todd Named Drill Sergeant Army Staff Sgt. John W. Todd, Jr. has been named drill sergeant of the cycle. Selection was based on the R & D HI)MES elJrfiih!idiu::!t::i:,aknnnSifflg:nt!fi:dlaga:i]se;la! i> We will let all '99 homes leave our lot at 10% above cost..Let us .help you get a start on the New Millenum wth dcounts from the last. We have 2 locations to serve you: 1348 Hwy. 19 N 1699 Bamesville Hwy. Thomaston, GA 30286 Thomaston, GA 30286 706-646-4589 706-648-1193 (GA Residential Mortgage Licensee) plishments. Todd is assigned to the 47th Infantry Regiment at Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia. He is the son of MaggLc Rutledge of Lutb, ersville, Ga., and lOlSffW:dd St. Of Greenwlle, GA. The sergeant is a 1981 grad- uate of Hogansville High School. U.M.IV. Hosting Lunch Every Wednesday The U.M.W. of the First United Methodist Church in Hogansville are hosting a lunch every Wednesday at 12 noon dur- ing Lent. A short message will follow. Cost of the lunch is $2.50 and everyone is invited. RRAU ,-.,.,,'17,995 .'R..g_m2PB --,= '19,995 ,'oUg], --- J,274 .wIIK YBLA I ,.., s22,998 J._,Lzr., ...- '11,995 nLT Itum ..... '12,879  W., ...... s24,997 Pf -" '13996 ...I.A. ... ,--- '21 --.... s9,995.2m,oEy2.V,ml ,12,989 _..... s14,878 ,..mlrA! *4,659 s14,995 ,- sll 998 iqBlUml "--.-" ,1 '23,897 '-'l'lpImlE! 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' : ttl iD; llt t  b't'rhtkg it ,, t ,4..c(/hla;s oar Clqo i', Se, ti t?illilaill) //f Pastor's Message ,loire 13-1 Luke 22-7 Pastors brought the message on foot washing, it's to humble us, as Jesus washed the disciples feet at the last supper. We will be having a foot wash. ing and communion SCI'ViCC Oil Sunday, Easter evening Parents, try to spell(t solle quality time with your t:hihh'cll this week. Really listen It) them, give them a hug, tell Ihc|D tim} are important to you. I will will make a world of difference. Thought of the week: Two ears, two eyes, only' one mouth. Maybe that shotthl tell us something. MS Association Offers Free Programs [a)cal residents ith ,mfii q, sclerosis (MS)cau vccu> e , ,,, i i array of free, direcl s,p[,, ,i ! > ; vices that range from in farina tion to therapeutic ettuiP[llclll through the Multiple Sch,,:>. Association of America (M b A A : MSAA services include edu cational literature, a nati,m, lending library program th. exceeds 100 titles. No-cost MRIs flw peoptc ,slb petted of havinz MS. co(fl suit. to help reduce sy,!l?tOiL ", v*. [i: i chairs and scooters, sut',i,, groups, and programs designc, to link clients together via mail, phone, or computer. For more information contacl MSAA at 1-800-LEARN MS or access www.msaa.com. Warren Graduates From LaGrange Vic Cyril Warren IV, of Hogansville, graduated from LaGrange College winter qum- ter. Hereceived a master of busi ness administration degree. A four-year liberal arts col lege affiliated with the United Methodist Church, laGrange College offers 25 baccalaureate degrees and master's progrmns in business administration and education. It is the oldest inde- pendent institution of higher learning in Georgia and has an enrollment of about 1,000 'stu dents. ECOME A BETTER listen- , h y(mr mate, your friends ,.: kids, your boss, youi ...... Altr, your PUllils , your ! :nts, your fellow christians zell as those who meel (. h is! 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