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PAGE 3-A Peo I~NCE - Five finalists in Zone 14 Competition for Oratorical Contest are pictured ~ I~ft, Laurie Boyd (Newnan), Taylor McGurl (Senoia), Amanda Adams and William r ~LaGrange), and Pierre Whatley (Newnan). [..Expecting the Best' ~ ~nts Earn Awards in Oratorical Contest )n L-,~ Georgia District Zone 14 Oratorical ~, Optimist Internatlonal, was held ... Pea 23 in Newnan ~Sth fix e finalists. *x th L~e. topic on which each spoke was ,'n ~g, Working and Expecting the Best." m Laepresenting the Optimist Club of ;e ~_r'~ge were Amanda Adams,a tenth grade n, t~lt at Callaway High School and William ts ~,an eighth grade student at Gardner ~OSchool. L~ch contestant was awarded a framed : 1l~t~te fr participatin" Taylor McGurl (Senoia) captured first place in the girl's division, while Pierre Whatley (Newnan) took first place in the boy's division. The two first place winners from there will advance to the Georgia District compe- tition which will be held May 2 at Emerald Point Resort. Attending the Zone Competition were Mr. mad Mrs. Cole, Cindy Adams, Ida Tarver Jones, Alan Raby, Dan Cook, Austin Cook III, and Rodney Harmon. Seniors Forum Planned May 26 NING TOUCH - Reigning Miss Sunshine ~n Allen crowns dessica Adamson, the 2004 Miss ! .19Sh!ne Pageant winner, before a packed crowd at ;[ .~Friday night's pageant in Manchester. On May 26, the Southern Crescent Area Agency on Aging and its partners will hold a "Medicare 2 Seniors: Information to Families" forum and senior picnic at the Coweta 10" a.m. until 2:30 p.m. For additional information related to OAA, services and programs for the elderly, con- tact the Southern Crescent Area Agency on Aging at 706-675 6721 or 770-854-6026 or toll free at 1-866-854-5652. 4tai/22 ~essika Massengale Yle Breed Riley Spradlin SUSan Prather Vicld Martin 4tn~ 23 ~Vel~ha Williamson anie Chipman JUstin Mills l,aRose Surowic Lee Helton 9Lilor~iHohmann e Hanson 24 Paizabeth Parham John Weiher Rachael Newman VR. Coggin apm 25 Debbie Able Helen Ramsey Mike Pike Walter Craven Mr. and MLrs. Don Howell (A) Apt//26 Joseph Hodge Richard Cook Mr. and Mrs. John Caddy (A) Michael Reynolds (M) Apri/27 Amber Freeman Cory Neal Searels Frances Crews Kendall Leverett KrisWn Duham Leslie Pye Mr. and Mrs. Michael Von Borstel (A) Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bonner (A) April 28 Sheila Rowe Mr. and Mrs: Kevin Cain (A) ~.aay, ~-u 26 eeseburger, lettuce, Mto, french fries, fresh choice of milk ~esday, Apri127 aarbecue sandwich, french fries, cole slaw, fresh apple, choice of milk Wednesday, Apri/28 Spaghetti w/meat sauce, tossed salad, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk Thursday, AorU 29 Steak fingers, creamed potatoes, english peas, hot rolls, fruit, choice of milk Friday, Apt//30 Manager's choice America's aom~ Place NOW FOR $3,000 OFF! Wh Phue Applmtien 1505 LaFayette Parkway. LaGrange 706-884-2444 vnmnwimliom .com I America's Home Place L E G E Development Writer LaGrange College is searching for a full-time Development Writer, an experienced professional writer with an interest in higher education and fund raising. The Development Writer will report to the Director of Communications and Marketing and will work closely with Advancement senior staff, including the Vice President, the development officers, and the Director of Donor Relations. Responsibilities: Manage the Development department's writing program, including grant proposals, development collateral, gift acknowledgement and other letters and news and feature stories related to the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors. Review and edit letters, reports, and proposals. Prioritize proposal requests to meet fund-raising goals and formulate effective solicitations of corporations and foundations." Ensure letters and other documents are accurate, grammatically correct, and stylistically consistent. Gather and synthesize information from multiple sources, including online information systems, in-house files, electronic database resources, library references, and other resources, particularly regarding potential foundation and corporate donors. Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree; experience in fund-raising environment (preferred); excellent research, analytical, writing, and orga- nizational skills; ability to work effectively both independently and with a team; ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines; proven skills in narrative and persuasive writing, editing copy and documents, and proof- reading; excellent computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and experience with desktop publishing (preferred). Salary is commensurate with experience and similar positions within the College. Excellent benefits. Send a letter of application, a resume and references to Dean Hartman, Director of Communications and Marketing, LaGrange College 601 Broad St., LaGrange, GA 30240 / dhartman @ lagrange.edu. ~PONTIAC 8 lisbue J jifl. l=olhlil e V ll, e Friday, April 23 @m-lipm Saturday, April 24 10am-Ilpm Sunday, April 25 12noon-6pm Original City Historic District on Broadway and Front Avenue above the Chattahoochee River THE SALISBURY FAIR Children's Carnival and Inflatables Arts and Crafts Flea Market SK/I mile Fun Run/Walk Fireworks Food Court Antique Car Show THE GREATER COLUMBUS PIG JIG Memphis in Hay Sanctioned BBQ Event Help choose the best barbecue in Peoples' Choice! ENTERTAINMENT! [ lues Te qoloe Friday, Apdl 23 9:00pm FOLKLIFE VILLAGE! H~oric House Museum Tours and Living History Demonstrations Folk Art Show Youth Art Show Fine Art Exhibition Children's Hands-On-Activities Native American Primitive Skills Demonstrations Saturday, April 24 9:30pm