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Page 8 - HOGaNSVmLE HERALD -- April 29, 1999 7 m COMMUNITY CALEN r&apos;' Red Oak Bridge to Be Rededicated on May 6 A rededication ceremony for the ,Red Oak Covered Bridge will be held on Coverxt Bridge Road in Imlacqon Thursday, May 6, begin- ning at 10 a.m. Manchester Class of '54 Is Planning for Reunion The Manchester High School Class of 1954. is planning its 45th reunion. Some; members of the class met April 24 to discuss the event. For more, information, contact Jane Underw,wford at (706) 846-9745 or Bradford Wright at '(706) Durand Fire Department to Host Barbecue May 6 The Durand Fire Department will hold a barbecue May 6 begin- ning at 10 at.m. Plates will be '$6, stew $6 a quart and barbecue $6 a pound. Callaway Band to HoM Car Wash and Bake Sale Callaway High School Band Boosters will hold a car wash and bake sale Satoaday, May 1 at Wal- Mart in I,aGrange from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The ban&s spring concert will be May 4 at I-Iogansville Elementary auditorium at 7 p.m. Box Springs VFD SlY'rig Barbecue Is Saturday The Box Springs Volunteer Fire Depamnenlt will hold a spring barbe- cue Saturday, May 1 from 10 to 6. The menu will include chicken or pork, brunswick stew or baked beans, and cole slaw and bread. Plates are $5. Home-baked desserts will also be for sale and there will be live music. Dr. Kannon Haskins to Speatk at AARP Meeting Dr. Kannon Haskins will speak at AARP meeting Wedrniay, May 5 at 2:30 at First Presbyterian Church on Warm Springs Road. The board of directors will not rrleet. Members, visitors, and IX'ospec - rive members are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served at fellowship time following the meet- ing" .1/ Learn About Birds at Feathered Friends Day International Migratory Bird Day will be celebrated with a Feathered Friends weekend, May 7- 9 at Callaway Gardens, and visitors can see birds of prey, presented by mqle ,ays to be ce>sl,I can be learned by d,ie, \\;eek's episode of l;tck. ;.it 7:30 p.m. on P, blic 'lL'levision (GPTV). Track is iln Emniy pio{,.rlllll fill career develo pIoduced by the l)epartment of Labor and This week's show is entitled Me lh Money". Oi:e of the most daunting lc'ligCS facing Americans lu to curb the monster "credit card debt?' In a entertaining magazine "'Show Me The Money" several dranmtic stories who had the courage to lives around, first by getting debt. then by investing fulure, and became process. 'Ihe program mcnt.,, ith WSB's Radio (PA Mike Kavanagh, t"inaucial Planner Kaye Coli,,,unlti Credit t'i iinerica. SuccessTrack airs \\;Vcdno, day at 7:30 p.m. and n/idnighi oil the nine-station #C/,N'D It ;l 11 Salute on ,,t (.7,/taboochee Ctiauahoochee Valley il) (7ollege 1998/1999 Concert Series will Geriiwin Salute" lllusic of George and Ira The concert will include music Broadway, the concert Contrtbutodpt;oto alld Bess", and popular The Concord Garden Club will host a Standard Flower Show and educational Horticultural Expo on April 29, 30, and May 1to coincide with 'eatured on the the club's 75th anniversary.The show will be sged in the historic Strickland Store (above) in Concord. Hours will be 2:30 - 7 p.m. on Thursday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday. Master Gardeners, county extension agents, and other horticultural experts will be on hand during Friday's show to answer gardening questions, identify plants, and offer other gardening help. Members of the public are invited to enter the horticultural division of the show. Virtually any ornamental plant is eligible for entry. Entry guidelines may be obtained from show chairman Gall Berthe at (770) 228-8849. There will also be special exhibits by friends of the Garden Club. These include "Concord Garden Club 1924 - 1999" by Martha Boswell, "Pike's Pathways to Pride" by Jean Murray, "Needlework" by Florence Barberry and Christina Takle, "Our Quilting Heritage" by Cynthia Zimmerman, and "Mama Nell's China Painting" by Nell Walker and JoNell Turner. The Standard Flower Show s in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Concord Garden Club, one of the oldest in the nation. The theme for the show is "Rememberilg Our Heritage". the Southeastern Raptor Rehabili- tation Center, learn basic birding techniques and bird identification tips, and bird walk through various habitats at Callaway Gardens. Preregistration is required. For more information about the Feathered Friends weekend, call 1- 800-CALLAWAY (225-5292). Safe Kids Coalition in Heart Meets May 4 The itartup of a Safe Kids Coalition for Heard County will be held at 6:30 on May 4, at the Heard County Senior Center on Boy Scout Road. The organization will be com- mitted to preventing unintentional childhood injuries through programs such asbicycle rodeos, child safety seat checks, fire prevention and water safety seminars. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Jim Short at ii I I I If Send Your Event To: -' H Hogansville Happenings [! P.o:00ox4006 ! Hogansvllle, GA 30230 I I II I 706-675-6186 or Diann Adams at 706-675-3456. Inaugural Strau ,bero Festival at Rwnold The inaugural Georgia Straw- berry Festival will be held in Reynolds on Saturday, May 8. Talbot and Macon streets will be blocked off for the one day arts and crafts show. The festival will kick off at 9:30 a,m. with a children's parade followed by opening ceremonies. The arts and crafts show is spon- sored by the Wallace-Edwards Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. A diverse group of artists will be participating in the juried show. Wth such variety, there is sure to be that perfect gift for Mother's Day shoppers. Fans of Billy Morgan are looking forward to seeing him and his paintings and lim- ited edition prints. Meanwhile, the Trash to Treasures Market, located across the railroad tracks, beckons serious bar- gain hunters.While the grown-ups browse the booths, the kids will have lots to do at the rides and games. A quiet area is set aside where story-tellers and lrformers will pro- vide free entertainment for the tittle ones. Other events taking place all over Reynolds on Saturday include a Gospel Fest in the park betweeen the PUBLIC NOTIFICATION FAILURE TO ADEQUATELY SAMPLE FOR TOTAL COLIFORM Date of Release: 4-22-99 Zip: 30;30 Water System Name: Hogansville County: Troup Contact Person: Bobby D. Sprayberry Phone: (706) 637-8158 Mailing Address: 400 East Main St. CRy: Hogansville State: Georgia Violation: The Hogansville water system failed to collect the required number of microbio- logical (Coliform)samples with 0 of 4 required samples collected during the compliance period 03/01/1999 to 03/31/1999. Arllistrong as soloist and Hunger Singleton as narrator (;eorgia State University. lte concert will be Xpril 30 at 7:30 p.m. 1 .akewood Baptist S,mctuu'y, 4011 Lakewood Phenix City, Alabama. Tickets will be available Jt)Ol; students $3 and adults The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Rules for Safe Drinking Water establish the minimum number of drinking water samples to be analyzed by each public water system. The public has no assurance of safe drinking water when the supplier fails to monitor the drinking water quality. This violation does not pose a threat to the quality of the water supplied. Residents should not be alarmed and do not need to seek alternative water supplies. Tle supplier is taking corrective actions to insure that an adequate sampling program will be maintained. Any questions should be directed to the contact pe(son listed above. Samples were lost in the mail. February and April samples checked good. Bobby D. Sprayberry churches, musical entertaiment on the Main Stret Stage, a classic car show, a fun ran, High School Jazz Band clinic and a Strawberry Cook- off. The Grand Parade will march in review at 2:00 p.m. Awards for the festival's competitions will be pre- ,ented on die stage at 5:00 p.m. The Strawberry Parch on Highway 96, west of Reynolds will 94 MAZDA 626 11,500 Down SPORTS CAR 86 PONTUtC SUNBIRD GT *800 Down 95 FORD MUSTANG Sl,700 Down !,i .i:i :::::::: :::,:;:  .:!. ::?i:!:!:!: :-.'.:::::::. 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