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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS- THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2002 OAGE 7-A Well Done was uUoch Named Employee of Year for RWSIR Raymond named annual Employee Luncheon at the Warm Springs for Rehabilitation 12 Employee of the this past his seventh in the RWSIR Department. daugh- are also Roosevelt employees. keeping with the 1 Anniversary, was "Celebrating and the guest was Atlanta's Larry of the Georgia of Labor, an as an Institute himself in the mid- total of 40 employees of service. list were Warm Belle Clements, Clements and Hamler, all for 35 t (started in 1966). honored were: Johnston and Julie (30 years); Ellis Lorell Neely and r Waddell (25 years); and Norris, Brenda and John Hall (20 YEARS- Count and of Were both 3O of service at the Sevelt years). Fifteen-year honorees were: Patricia Wachter, Kim Creamer, Brenda Stroman, Dave Parmer, Steve Bassett, Kathy Wilson and Cathy Harbin. Ten year honorees included: Chuck Chapman, Michael Shadix, Kathy Eubanks, Eula Gill, Gerald Erkhart, Ardythe Shuren, TOP CHOICE - Roosevelt Institute Executive Director Frank RuzyckJ (right) presents the 24th annual Employee of the Year Award to Woodbury's Raymond Bulloch dur- ing 2002 Employee Recognition ceremonies at the Institute last Wednesday. Bulloch was selected from among the last 12 Heart Award winners (Employees of the Month). Carol Barnes, Rhonda Miller, Mark Mangum, Lois Wflliams, Debra Carroll, Laura Fox and Gaff Cranshaw. And five year hon- orees included: Michael Copeland, Karen Welch, Johnnie Casey, Wayne Funderburk, Violet Gill, Earl Jones, Janie Collins, Paul Brown and Billy McGraw. ,2 35 YEARS - Finishing up their 35th years of employment at the Roosevelt Institute, May Belle Ciements, Robert Hamler and Frances Clements all received special awards at the annual Employee Recognition Luncheon last week. Frances and May Belle, who are mother and daughter, both work in Housekeeping, and Hamler works in the Linen Department. All three are Warm Springs residents. Roosevelt Institute recog- n.ed.s - eeswith 20 years of service this past week:. They included Brenda Bowden of the Brain Injury Program and Recreation's Brant Norris. 25 YEARS- Twenty- five year employees were honored at the Roosevelt Institute last Wednesday. They included Lorell Neely of Physician Services, Ellis Florence of Rehab Tech and Outpatient Therapy's Patsy Waddeli. United Methodist Women met home of Clara Andrews on April 1Sth. lhesident Alma Wood opened the meet- a deotion, _etting coy participating in the meeting Clara Andrews, Angela Chambers, Humphries, Gayla Jones, Leslie Helen Thrash, Mae Towns, Wtfltlock, and Alma Wood, all of and Rachel Granade of Auburn, Secretary Mote and Treasurer were presented, and approved as read. distributed booklets on that it is recommended that each four books per year, one from program was turned over to Rachel Rachel is the granddaughter of Mr. George Andrews and a student at , chap was the focus of the program. Rachel by members to think of certain lives in which they have no con- She they respond to those circtun- explained that Esther had no con- King Xerxes chose her to replace r was Jewish, although not reveal this to King X. When heard that there was a plan to exter- all of their people in the kingdom they to help tlm To do so would that  would have to appear before z was a capital offense. told that perhaps it was God's plan there, to be a voice for her p/ple ,.. to he saveL Esther made the m help. She asked all Jews to fast for rhea she would go to the king. By doing this Esther showed her faith in God. Rachel then read Romans 8: 28- 29. In these vers- es, it is revealed that although some cium- stances in life are not good, amid all of these things, God's purpose prevails. After the program the members assembled health kits to be mailed to the United Methodist Committee on Relief (IfMCOR). These kits will be distributed to needy people in distressed parts of the world. President Wood adjourned the meeting. Clara Andrews served refreshments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be on May 13th at the home of Helen Thrash.Members of the Mountville Community Club met March 18 to hear Kent Edmonds speak on "Introduction to Fly Fishing in West Georgia" and present a program of slides. Edmonds is a full-time fly fishing guide and instructor. He is a Federation of Fly Fishers- certified teacher, and has been published in national fly-fishing and regional magazines. With over 30 years of fishing experience from Montana to the Caribbean, he knows fly fish- ing. A resident of LaGrange, Edmonds said West Georgia and east Alabama are full of fantastic fly fishing opportunities. He fishes the ChatL_hoochee and Flint Rivers, West Point Lake, Callaway Gardens, private north Georgia streams and ponds. However, Edmonds pointed out the private lakes at CaUaway Gardens' beautiful botanical gardens are the perfect place for bass and bream fishing. Two-day fly fishing schools for both beghmers and intermediate anglers are also offere& Edmonds held a fly-tying demonstration for the young fishermen in the Motmtville Community Club. WE GROW TREES" 2002 Georgia Forestry Association Landowner Meeting Tuesday, April 30, 2002 Columbus, Georgia Registration begins at 6:00pm, dinner served at 6:30pm. Keynote Speakers Representative Bob Hanner, Chairman of the House Natural Resource Committee He will discuss how statewide water initiatives may effect forest landowners. Dr. Becky Champion, Director of Oxbow Environmental Learning Center in Columbus . She will provide a local perspective of Georgia's water issues. Registration fee: $10.00/person or $15.00/couple. Pre-register by Friday, April 26th. For more information, contact the Georgia Forestry Association at 770-416-7621. OR Registration forms can be pick-up at MeadWestvaco, 1000 Broad; Phenix City, AL Location The Barn at Lake Pines Lake Pines is located 2.57 miles east of US 27 AIt. on HWY. 80, JR Allen Parkway. Turn right on Garrett Rd. (across from Pratt Whitney). The Barn is approximately 100 yards on the left. Don't miss out on this important meeting! I I I IIIII PERFO HING ARTS Beginning April 18. come celebrate the completion of Columbus' RwerCenter! Enjoy a month of 30 performances and events featuring the music and artists of Georgia. The wodd-class entertainment includes opera legend jessye Norman and country star Travis Tritt! 00gYYffg 000P/gq00//q &budcy, May 4, 2002, e:O0 I'.. i1[///eard lr- ! Augusta. Georgia-born Jessye Norman performs the first official concert ;n Bill Heard Theatre. The sheer size, power and luster of her voice share equal acclaim with that of her thoughtful , music-making, innovative programming of the classics, and fervent advocacy of Contemporary music. Miss Norman is the youngest recipient of America's highest award for the performing arts. the Kennedy Center Honor. $atmday, May I$, 2002, $.00 . Bill Beard Tldr Popular Grammy award winning singer and Marietta. Georgia native. Travis Tritt is the first major country music star to perform at the RiverCenter. He has sold over seventeen million albums worldwide, with twelve number one singles and twenty more in the top ten. / concert hall performance is an unusual departure for this popular entertainer who performs in/merica's largest arenas each year For ticket information and a schedule of events designed for every member of your family. call 706-256-3600 or visit www.riverarts.net.