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HOGANSVII,I,E HOME NEws - THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2003 PAGE 3-A DONATIONS - Pathways employees in Troup County and the four other it serves contributed to the needs of military men and women on active duty donating items to go in "hero boxes" to the troops overseas. Each county and COntributed and on April 15 the donations were turned over to the 351 Signal of Ft. MacPherson, Atlanta. From left are Deana Smith,Troup County ;r; Joan Turner of Meriwether County, Executive Director; Sgt. Beverly Jones Cutwright, manager of the Troup County MR Service Center. Sgt. Jones, Services Tech at the Troup MR Service Center, now on active duty, asked staff to donate miscellaneous items such as coffee, cream, sugar, tooth- toothbrushes, baby wipes, toilet tissue, snack foods, room deodorizers, books, and cards and letters. By Frances Robinson THE MOST EGGS - The Hogansville "Town Hunt" was on the premise of - Lasater Realty Company on E. Main Street on Saturday. Pictured above are Who enjoyed the hunt. Deacon of the Week: Ken Lucile Wilson, Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Neighbors, Elizabeth and Mrs. Frank Pauline Powers, and Mrs. Frank Moore, Wendy Irvin, Fuller, Mildred Lou Palmer, Nita Russell Miller, Howard, Kay Lewis Phillips, Smith and Marge Our Christian sympathy the families of Whitley and Margie nutt at their recent and Marguerite )rovided refresh- the fellowship 20. With The Word: reading Matthew on April 20. Fowler had the Sermon on April were Easter Lilies church Palm Sunday Sunday in honor in memory of. On Easter Lilies given in memory Sims by their Were happy to have Visitors with us on Sunday morning. evening serv- The Adult Choir present- ed their Easter Cantata .Sunday:morning: .... '; ,-- Our 135th anniversary homecoming celebration is April 27 at 11 a.m. with the Western Baptist Associational Missionary, Dr. Oscar Cope preaching. A covered-dish lunch will be served immediately follow- ing in the church fellowship hall. National Day of Prayer is observed on Thursday, May 1 at Hogansville City Hall at 12 noon. We are having a Hogansville City Employees Appreciation Day at our church on Sunday, May 4. They and their families are worshipping with us on that day at 11 a.m. and are hon- ored immediately following the service with a covered dish lunch in the fellowship hall of the church. VBS teachers and assis- tants are still needed for this year, which will be June 1-6, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. If you can help, please call the church office at 637-8731. The World Hunger Rice Bowls are now available for persons to be filling up with dimes (or dollars). Collection day will be Sunday, October 12. Rev. Harold Willis is teaching The Life-Changing Power of Prayer by T.W. Hunt on Wednesday nights at the 7 p.m. prayer meeting time. Palmer- Coker of Hogansville announces the engage- forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Joylene of Phenix City, Alabama to Seth Dylan Coker, Debra Coker of Columbus. is a Youp County Comprehensive High Valley Community College. She State University studying for her B.S. in ss. She is employed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of grandparents are Alvin B. Irvin and the late Bradley Irvin of Hogansville. Great-grandpar- late Robert and Emma Irvin of Hogansville late Thomas and Lizzie Bradley of LaGrange. m a graduate of Calvary Christian School in He is employed by Circuit city of Columbus. His are Ruth Turner of Columbus and the late is an event of Saturday, August 2nd at the First Baptist Church. A reception will follow at the LaFayette Garden Inn in LaGrange. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come ip, with, us herat Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. tlogansrilh' 's Ih'sl At,/r/ Necret ROGER'S BAR-B-QUE "A ,outht,rn 1)'adition ,iince 1945" Mon. - Fri., 11-9 Fri. & Sat., 11-10 Just off 1-85, Ext. 28 706-637-4100 Fax: 706-637-4114 DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Home Cooked Vegetables Choice of Meat, 2 Vegetables Bread & Dessert, Only $495 Mon. thru Fri., 11-2 DALLY SUPPER SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat. 5-9 p.m. Member FDIC Conference Set Saturday The ladies of Valley Grove Baptist Church, Manchester (Tax) will host their third annual women's conference Saturday, April 26. Registration starts at 3:00 p.m. The speakers are Evangelist Vivian Wortham from William Grove Church of Deliverance, Evangelist Lucille Robinson of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Minister Mary Little with Leverette Hill Baptist Church and Bishop Barbara Shepherd from Word of Wisdom Christian Center. T-shirts are available. Refreshments will be served. All women from the surrounding areas are welcome to come and worship with the ladies for a great time. If there are any questions, please call 846-2506 or 846-5152. By Bryan Geter I FOUND THE PRIZE EGG - Bobby Ann Scott of LaGrange didn't let the other kids stop her from fii, 3:rg Easter eggs on Saturday at Bethel Chapel Baptist Church. Even though she has n eve r walked, John Carter helped her in finding sev- eral eggs. HISTORIC COLUMBUS FOUNDATION S( Friday, April 25 • 6pm.II pm Saturday, April 26 • IOam.llpm Sunday, April 27 • 12noon-6pm $2 discount on regular Friday and Saturday admission with Coca-Cola coupon available at area grocery stores. [lig[;oPic 00otl[;h Commons in Columbus, 60oeflW THE SALISBURY FAIR Children's Carnival and Inflatables. Arts and Crafts. Hot Air Balloon Show 5K/I mile Fun Run • River Events • Fireworks • Food Court • Jack Russell Terrier Races THE GREATER COLUMBUS PIG JIG Memphis in May Sanctioned BBQ'Event • The Best Barbecue in the South! ENTERTAINMENT. I Bill Gang Friday, April 25 ° 8:00 & 9:30pro Saturday, April 26 • 9:30pm FOLK LIFE VILLAGE! In and Around the Civic Center Folk Art Show. Old Town Crafters • Youth Art Show. Fine Art Exhibition Children's Hands-On-Activities, Native American Primitive Skills MIDWAY CARNIVAL! A world-class midway with 20 exciting rides for children and adults! SUNDAY IS DISCOUNT DAY: $5 admission for adults! Unlimited rides for only $12 per person! Artwork by Great Communities ]'00eserve Great Community lianks. Why have a.month simply to celebrate community banking? Because all across our nation, community banks make a differ- ence. We adhere to principles of service rather than massive size...and we were created to meet the needs of the people and businesses of this community alone. 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