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PAGE 2B -HOANSVmLE HOME NEWS - a'mL zu, ,uvu HES Names Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance Awa The following students were honored at Hogansville Elementary the third nine weeks period: 2nd Grade Principle's List: Ja'Kila Brimidge, Zachary Maxwell, Meagen Reason, Kiere Rhodes, Michelle Cannon, Alicia Bayles, Courtney Maxwell, Latisha Mitchem, Shakeria Glanton, Ciara Willoughby, Jarvis Brown, Houston Shelnutt. A/B Honor Roll: Jordan Clay, Arkis Partride, Dominique Lynch, merdith Sinns, Cornelius Reeves, Heidi  ! i Submitted Photo HOGANSVILLE ELEMENTARY was welt represented in the Fastest Kid in Troup County Track IVleet held in LaGrange last Thursday. The following students participated in the meet: 3rd grade - Jazmen Glanton, Hillary Caswell, 4th grade - Hashawonn Leslie, 5th grade Quadreques Patterson, Kimberly Bright, Cortez Clay, dessica Reeves, Ashley Hutchins and Jonathan Welborn. Placing in the events were Kirnberly Bright in the 5th grade 100m dash, Hashawonn lesley in the 4th grade 100m dash and winning 1st place in the 400m coed relay were Cortez Clay, Jessica Reeves, Ashley Hutchins and Jonathan Welbom. Pictured above are left to right: Clay, Hutchins, Reeves and Welborn. FROM TME JAY GMC OOM00 & DEPT. DO YOU DO SERVICE? FORASLOWAS From all of us The Hogat Home N Hap/ East00 GRIFFIN 1303 West Taylor St. (770) 412-9100 MANCHESTER ! 1140 Warm Springs Hwy. (706) 846-2012 , Cleveland, Samantha McGhee, David Wade, Destiny Wilkey. 3rd Grade Principle's List: Alicia Morales, Tiffany Smith, Sara Austin, Mikie Keith, Toccoa Parker, Jessica Stitcher, Keandrea Smith, Daniele TaUey, Troy TidweU. A/B Honor Roll: Gabby Duncan, Jamie Parks, Hillary Caswell, Heather Richardson, Antione Dorsey, Jessica Hatcher, DeCrytal Robinson, Terheor Tigner, Nikki Mallory, Taylor Clay, Amanda Jones, Zack Stitcher. 4th Grade Principle's List: Brittany SMith, Patrick Veal, Christen Wheelus, Carmen Wheelus, Amber Freeman, Danielle Bowen, Jake Stephen, Marie Hidden, Joey McCard, Natalie Brown, Andrew Williamson, Andrew Shaw, Jason Hooten, Heather Adams, Chris O 'Neal. MB Honor Roll: Demario McDowell, Monica Coward, Chelci Beckom, Ashley Chapman, Nick Hatcher, Lakeisha Gates. Sth Grade Principle's List: Iyc Williams, Trey Lowe. A/B Honor Roll: Valorie Burk, Christy Fincher, Kristal Whatley, Stacey Wagner, Ashanti Millen, Jennifer Spradlin, Jessica Mallory, April McClurg. Perfect Attendance: The following students were honored the third nine weeks at HogansviUe Elementary for per- fect attendance: Kindergarten: Christopher Dire, Derrius Marshall, Sam Austin 1st Grade: t De Shae Gates, Co y Lawrence, Daxx McGhee, Brianna Smith, Anna Howington, Meagan Sharp, Jasmine Franklin, Anna Hammett, Cartressca Strozier, Subbs McKeehan, Kimberly Nolen. 2nd Grade: Holloway, C ' : Meagen Reas David Rutledge, J) Antonio Hines, 'i Michelle Towns McGhee. 3rd Grade: i Stefon Gates, i Handley, Rodney Autsin, Javatae B Green, Deunjay ) Stitcher, Jessi '! Bernard Phillips, Rosser, Tersheor Brown, Jakeva B 4th Grade: Amber Free ) Bowen, Brandon Fomby, Kmberly i Brianca Pri Williamson, Chris Harper, Lekeisha . Hatcher. Sth Grade: i Christy Finc i Singleton, Quentill Matthew White, Kimberly Brig Douglas, Dereck i Hutchins, Dexter Bullock, Kevin Pike, Lacy Randy Bailey, Quadre' McClurg. Public Meeting Set to Disc: Large Mouth Bass Limits Anglers on West Point Lake, which lies in Troup and Heard counties, will have an opportu- nity to express their opinion on the current 16-inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass at a public meeting held by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). WRD will hold the public meeting at the LaGrange Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, May 2 at 6:30 p.m. WRD initiated the current 16-inch minimum size limit in 1983 to help improve the size structure of the shad population and to encourage the production of trophy largemouth bass. Lake Walter F. George and West Point are the only two lakes in Georgia that presently have the 16-inch length limit require- ment for largemouth bass. "Although we believe that growth rates of largemouth bass have probably declined in recent years, size structure and condi- tions of the species on West Point remain above average for mid- dle Georgia reservoirs," says WRD Fisheries Biologist Jimmy Evans. "There is little reason to believe that the bass population won't be improved by reducing the current length limit, espe- cially since the voluntary release rate is around 90 per- cent." WHILE A REDUCTION in the length limit is unlikely to have an impact on the bass pop- ulation, angler satisfaction may be enhanced by the increased catch rates of legal-sized fish A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS Listed on the New York Stock Exchange-symbol PR New activations only. Certain fees and taxes not included. Restrictions may apply. Service agreement required. See store for detai s. *While supples ast. i iN i i i i i under a lower length limit, and tournament anglers would be able to weigh in more fish. However, given the strong conservation ethic of anglers that is evidenced by the high release rate of legal fish and the declining abundance of large- mouth bass that is a result of competition with spotted bass, a much smaller and less desirable sportfish, there may be strong support for the current length limit as well. RECENT REDUCTIONS in nutrients entering West Point and an increase in the spotted bass population ma tional justifications i ing the current lengt$ "Even though our! not provide strong e a change in a lengtll want to better unde angler satisfaction length limits," says job is to provide the l experience possible Point and this meeti vide an opportunity to voice their opinio For more informa public meeting, conta# Fisheries Office in I at (912) 825-6151. GreenBough Garden Meeting Hosted By Bo The Green Bough Garden Club met April 13 at the home of Mrs. Fred Bowers. Mrs. Marvin Jones was the co-hostess. During the business meeting, reports were given concerning projects at the elementary school and at the senior center. Mrs. Fred Bowers presented the program on "The Control of Pests in the Garden". Mrs. Bowers emphasized the use of barriers and plant selection as the preferred methods of pre- venting damage to plantings. She avoids the use of pesticides because they pose a risk of poten- tial harm to desirable species of both plant and animal life. She gave to club members pamphlets listing deer-resistant plant. Following the oral presentation, Mrs. Bowers led a tour! uriant shade garden ly illustrates how ext# cessful she has been i; a wide variety of plan where wildlife aboun The next regular the Garden Club will t 11 at Arbor Gardens i! with Mr. Ed McDan gil of the gardens. April 20th Matt Smith AMINOTE April 21st Amelia Lasater, Leverett, Melanie Rhonda Strickland Noles April 22nd Chuck Cato, Massengale, Kyle Br( Prather, Wiley Spradli Mrs. Buster Cook (an April 23rd Evelyn Willianu HeRon, Justin Mills Hohrnan April 24th Elizabeth Parha Wether, V.R. Coggin, M Brian Duffey (annivez Rachel Newman April 25th Amy Cornwell, Williams and Walter April 26th Karen Kuhn " " Keith and Richard