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PAGE 10-A HOGANS_~E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2004 Senior Olympics Planned for May I The Hogansville Senior Center wiJl be having its Senior Olympics on Wednesday, May S at the Hogansville Elementary School Gym, located on Main Street. The opening ceremonies will begin at 10 a.m. The Troup County Sheriff's Honor Center for a registration form. Center Corps will present the flag. All seniors, hoursare8a.m.-4p.m.,Mondaythrough 55 plus, are invited to attend. Lunch will be provided by the Hogansville Pilot Club, which always does a great job for the seniors. Please call the Hogansville Senior IIRECOGNIZED TALENT - Callaway High School soph- Omore Danielle Gunn won 3rd place at the state Kiwanis art show in Atlanta. She is picoted here with her mixi~l media painting entitled "Winter Wonderland." Danielle is an advanced art student at C.H.S. Friday, 706-637-6606. The Golf Tournament will be Monday, May~at the Hogansville Golf Club. "... 'Mama Della' Is Honored With'l~o-Day Celebration Two big days of celebra- fives attended services at St. tion. A glorious weekend to Mary United Methodist celebrate our mom's birth- Church with her. Upon day. returning home at 101 Guests included all eight children, many of her grand- children, several great grandchildren and even one of her six great-great-grand- children. Idella Phillips, or Mama Della, as she was fondly referred to, was blessed to have 90 plus relatives and friends to share in her 94th birthday festivities on Saturday, April 3. On that day an outdoor fish fry was held, and on Sunday, April 4, most relt- Springfield Heights Rd., the party continued with an out- door Bar-B-Que and a smor- gasbord that consisted of a menu of delightful foods. As the day progressed, the younger children partic- ipated in an Easter egg hunt and the others played organ- ized games. A,good time was had by all, especially the birthday lady, Marfla Della. Each celebration of her birthday gets better and big- ger. We can't wait for the big one, 100. Hogansville Class of 1984 Plans Reunion. on June 26 We are looking for our fel- low classmates who graduat- ed from HHS with the class of 1984. We are celebrating with a reunion on Saturday, June 26 starting at 4 p.m. The event will be held at the home of Randy and Peggy Harris, located at 100 Brazell Street in Hogansville. There will be refresh- ments, music provided by a live D J, contests and much more. Come join your fellow classmates in commemorat- ing our great times at HHS. Please contact Melinda BrQwn Norred at 770-832- 1111 Ext. 5045 or e-mail at Mnorred@Maplehurstbakeri es.com You may also contact Steve Harris by calling 606- 218-5422 or e-mail at Sharris@Pc.edu Plant Swap Planned for May I A Master Gardener Plant Swap will be held Saturday May 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Troup County Senior Citizens Center on 140 Ragland Street in LaGrange. Master gardener plants will be for sale and trade. The event is free to the public. LOST OR STOLEN - FEMALE Female tabby cat with red collar pink tag. Her name, Pickles, is on t~ tag with the phone number. She is~ family pet, so please call 637-4243 i~ ~ you have information. HUMMINGBIRIll I ~&12-PaclL Can COKE 706-637-0001 - Open 24-Hoursl Marlboro Clgarottos ii KoM mgarettes s24,4 Per Carton Per Pack Budweiser & Bud Uto ? I Don't Buy A You've Seen This event will be held 3 days only! ttIe HwV,, aA