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April 27, 2000

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HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - APRIL 27, 2000 -PAGE 3A ber Starts On Park Hogansville Chamberof Commerce has started on the first they hope will refurbish and rejuvenate both Hipp Park and the downtown area. town knows the Chamber has been raising funds for the the park for some time. Our latest was the Town of December. envisions a string of parks, here in the village and of town that will give people a chance to get togeth- But we need to start here, at the center and old fountain repaired," said Suzanne Cook.  Chamber has rescheduled several work days for the park in for a Memorial Day celebration. The next work day is at 5PM. can't do this alone. We need help both physically and finan- rerrail. " anyone owns an edger, gloves, clippers or rakes, we need for the park include benches, picnic tables, peren- planting trees this fall. supply any of these or can help work in the park, meet at 5PM or contact Patrick Terrail at 637-5144 or Cook at 637-8411. 'l Inspirational By WMU Baptist Association Woman's Missionary Union and Installation of Officers was held at :h in Newnan, Georgia on Thursday, April !With dinner served at 6 p.m. of chicken pot pie, carrots, rolls and assorted desserts. was: Ordinary People - Extraordinary Dreams. Watchword is, "Pray also for me, that when- my mouth, words may be given me so that I will fear- known the mystery of the gospel." Ephesians 6:19 pianist was Ruth Harris. tham, WBA-WMU Director gave the welcome, Song Leader on "stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus" before for 2000-2002 by Sara Jane Skinner, Former those installed was Mavis Garrett, District Secretary, She is from Hogansville First Baptist Church. Dr. Missionary had a Prayer of Affirmation The Hymn, "Be Strong In the Lord" was ation. Vera Adair, WBC WOM Director had and Offertory Prayer. She read from John for Camp Pinnacle. Special music and Peggy Cross who are two District V Divisional Vice President introduced rt (Mrs. Robert) Hill, State WMU President.  from Marietta, Georgia, a mother of two childr?n?hd aadsons. She showed a video on Tibet, which is " t of China. It is a non-Christian nation that never Mullins (Mrs. Donald) Mullins, International nteer Medical Missionary to the Mountains from Silver Creek, Georgia (near Rome, Georgia) daughter. serves the unreached people of Ladakah in the mountains in Northern India, an area only reachable on horseback. She has made nine trips there working t. They are the only doctors and dentists these ever seen. She spoke of Jacob's Well and read John the Samaritans. OVER 10 MILLION SOLD the most name in vinyl is the g brand Styling with for of traditional y that industry that tilt in or lift cleaning your home tiayl eonstruc- no painting, 00aead 00inT00m ts For 6 Months!! Low As s89. Per Month. Georgia's Best Contractors "Your Local Window Specialist" 1 "888-292-0694 HOWARD, STEPHENS WED - Ms. Beverly A. Howard and Mr. Noah W. Stephen's were united in marriage on March 31,2000. The ceremony was held at Cove Baptist Church with family and friends sharing the occasion with the happy couple. DEACON OF THE WEEK: Johnny Stone CONGRATULATIONS to the Home Wilson S.S. Class (Carl Bennett, teacher) on hav- ing 100% perfect attendance again in Sunday. As you PRAY, remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Louise Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Burks, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, Howard Willis, Chris Otwell, Mr.& Mrs. Travis Chaffin, Frank Moore, Sherry O'Malley, Lucile Wilson, Pauline Powers, Opal Bonner, C.E. Stevenson and Mr. & Mrs. A1 Swanson. OUR CHRISTIAN SYMPA- THY is extended to the fami- lies of R.D. Clark, V.R. Stephens and J.D. Morgan at their recent deaths. Holy Week Services were at our church last Wednesday - Friday nights. The children had an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Joe Lee. Rev. Harold Willis preached at the Easter Sunrise Service at Highland Baptist. The Adult Choir presented their Easter musical, "The Night Before Easter" during the morning worship hour of Easter Sunday. We were happy to have many visitors with us Easter Sunday. We didn't have any services Easter Sunday night. WORSHIP WITH THE WORD was from Psalm 119:121- 128 and read by Latisha Mitchem. The Western Baptist Association Spring Meeting was April 25th at Hope Memorial Baptist Church at Sharpsburg. We are still having the Baptist Doctrine Study and studied about The Trinity last night, April 26th. The Hogansville Ministerial Association sponsored Fifth Sunday night song service is at our church this coming Sunday night, April the 30th at 7PM. This is a community-wide event. Refreshments will be served immediately following in the church's fellowship hall. NATIONAL DAY PRAYER us May 4th. OF GOI00NG ON NOW1 : - ..... ..... 77