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PAGE 6A -Ho;ANSVILLE 110,; NEWS - MAY 4, 2000 Library Welcomes New Member to Staff By Jane Cheatham Gottshall Hogansville I.Jbrarian We welcome Sandra Lowe to our staff as Youth Librarian at Hogansville Public Library. Mrs. Lowe and her family are new members of our community. Her husband, Donald transferred from Indiana and works in Atlanta for Great Dane Trailers. She is originally from Savannah and comes to us with 14 years of expe- rience in working with children including handicapped children and she is proficient in American Sign Language. She is a substi- tute teacher for Troup County mainly at Hogansville Elementary where her son, Trey aged 10 is a Sth grader. Her daugh- ter Sandy, aged 12 and her son Kit, aged 14 are both students at Callaway. When she is not working she enjoys volunteer activities at the school and the library. She is currently finalizing plans for our Summer Reading Club. She is planning a variety of reading programs and craft activ- ities for children from age three to 6th grade. For 7th through 12th graders, she plans to have an inde- pendent reading program. She has been busy gathering prizes, such at T-shirts and coupons from various restaurants and other local businesses. She is also scouting for vol- unteers to help with programs and activities. Please come by the library to welcome her and get a list of household items that you could donate to be used in craft activities. Remember, the "Merry Month of May" book sale contin- ues through May. Help us raise funds to suppert our Summer Reading Club activities. Book fines are increasing effective June 1. The maximum book fine will be $6.00 per book and the daily fine on books will increase to 25 cents a day per book. So, be sure to return books on time to avoid frees. Remember! You can renew books by telephone. These changes are effective at all branches of the Troup-Harris- Coweta Regional Library. During Daylight Savings Time regular hours at ltegansville Public Library are Monday, lhesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m., on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday from :00 a.m. to 12 noon. I Fmncel Roblnn/ Sta# THE OPTIMIST CLUB OF HOGANSVILLE awarded Jessica Meyers (L) and Valerie Burke each with a check for being named "Star Student"for Apnl. m mm m m m m m m "To those who wmt on the Sunday evening Larry Lord...shall mount up with wings Williamson brought the message like eagles," Isaiah 40:31. from Exodus 15:3-10. If we will depend on God instead ofbroodingover our prob- lems, He will renew our strength, and wings of faith will lift our hearts above our difficulties. For God is bigger than all our prob- lems. Lord, give us wings to soar above Ourproblems great andsmall. With strengthened faith and cgnjnce To trust You with them all. --Sper Worry ends where faith begins. Sunday we were blessed to have Rex,. David Mayer and his family from Jacksonville, Florida ministering to us. His message Sunday morning was "Don't Park," Phflippians 3:12-14. With Faith in God Out of the darkness and despair You will find strength anew. As long as you have faith in God Within the heart of you. Each new born day will be more bright, You'll find the sun shine through, To dissipate the clouds of gloom That have enveloped you. Just as the day must follow night And sunshine follc, ws rain, The faith in God that you pos- sess Will not have been in vain. --Harold E Mohn NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LE1-UER CARRIERS' FOOD DRIVE HELP STAMP OUT HUNGER I, gi"1112 CamIcS' The National Association of Letter Carriers, in conjunction with The United States Postal Service, will be collecting non-perishable food items like canned soup, juice, pasta, vegetables, cereal and rice on Saturday, May 13, to help families in need in our community. You can help by placing your food donation at your mailbox on May 13 before your letter carrier arrives. Your carrier will take it to the Post Office, and it will then be deliv- ered to a local food bank or pantry. Please do not include any glass or per- ishable items. HARWF, BROWN & HARWELL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 " 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 Gary W. Brown AUCTION AUCTION Consignment Sale//7 Saturday, May 20 - 10:00 AM Charles White Farm 800 Myhand Road - Pine Mountain 'gia Farm Equipment Construction Equipment, Vehicles, Tractors Hay Equipment, Cultivating Equipment, Miscellaneous Items & Tools CALL TODAY WITH YOUR CONSIGNMENTS 6% to Sale w/$3.00 minimum per lot - 6% to Buy - 0% No Info: The Auction Way Company: 706/884-3062 or 706/883-8009 GA Lic # 1045 st By Patti Phillips First Baptist Happenings by Patti Phillips USEI) Secretary's Day was April 26th. A card was signed before prayer meeting by those attend- ing and the pastor then pre- sented it to the church secre- tary, Alyson Lee. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Avis Hammond, Louise Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burks, Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, ttoward Willis, Chris Otwell, Opal Bonner, Sherry O'Malley, Lucile Wilson, Pauline Powers, C.E. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaff in, Frank Moore, Pierce Moore and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Swanson. Hogansville Ministerial Association sponsored Fifth Sunday night song service was at our church April 30th. Refreshments were served immediately following in the church's fellowship hall. Family night supper and the monthly organizational meet- ings were held at the church Wednesday night Thursday, May 4th is the 49th annual National l)ay "ff Prayer. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets Monday at the church. : n Homenews I ll print items of interest I from clubs, civic organiza, I l; schools and churches. I I ; have your item printed, I lfax it to: 846-2206. Deadline I l Yoritems of interest is 5 I p,m. Monday prior I to run date: ....... I NOTICE: I need your help! Please let me know of any grad- uates from high school or col- lege with our church family so that I might recognize them in my column. Also, need to know of any honors received by area students in the church. Happy birthday in May to: Ava Camp on the 1st, Bob Irvin on the 4th, Jim Hines on the 5th, Joe 1Yavis on the 9th, Jean Webb on the 18th, Marie Hines on the 20th, Jim Campbell on the 26th, Tia Whitmire on the 28th, Alyson Lee and Mavis Phillips on the 31st. Happy wedding anniver- sary in May to: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stephens on the 10th, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson on the 14th and Rev. and Mrs. Bill Deakins on the 27th. A very spe- cial happy anniversary wish to Rev. and Mrs. Deakins on their 50th. 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