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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2003 PAGE 9-A By Frances Robinson IECOMING AT HIGHLAND BAPTIST - Homecoming was recently celebrated at d Baptist Church. In the photo, Rev. Max McCord, Norman Smith and Dr. Bob shown with a plaque presented to the church in memory of Rev. Jimmy Brown. the plaque is the last poem written by Rev. Brown before he passed away. Set for TV Preview Newnan-inits 175th feature (at 1:00 PM) re- events - is not the enactments of two famous County city Grantville historical events ^ thinking the 1932 Bank Robbery and Past. the 1949 Chicken Truck grantville Day corn- Turnover. festival this year The interesting features 14, 2003) will of these events and their re- enactments will be discussed on the "People and Places in Coweta" television program to be broadcast by Newnan Utilities Channel Ten during the week of May 19th through May 25th at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM each day. Oard Member to Hearing ,2O03 Sue Murray to Host of Education Public Hearing State Board of hold a public hear- r citizens in the Eighth District on May 20, 2003. The I Will be held from 7-9PM Central Technical ilding A, Room 109, Ridge Drive, 770-947-7267. The of the hearing is to COmments from citizens regarding public in the district. Persons g to speak should sign in arrival. Dr. Mary Sue ', the Board's Eighth will con- For more infor- COntact Ms. Lynn s, 404 657-7410. Georgia Department of discriminate )ility in admis- sion to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activ- ities. Individuals who need assis- tance or auxiliary aids for partic- ipation in this public forum are invited to make their needs known to Ms. Roberts, Georgia Department of Education at 404- 657-7410. (5,8, 15) You are now approved for n " ,.!.,,-,,,,- ,,.,,,,obile oan even you have been previous y rejected by other lenders or dealers Cal Jeff Ford for your re-approva code! -800-772-4389 Place For all the years they cared for you... For their Comfort, safety & peace of mind... Trust Roosevelt Place Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing When a nursing home isn't what you need, just assistance with the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the ideal place for you or your loved one. LMng suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia Reasonably triced, one mile from. the hospital 'atop beautiful Pine Mountain in Warm Springs. Locally owned and operated. Why does BJ's carry everydink from one-gaBon 33de to one-carat diamonds? Because Monts don't stop behg women. The newest BJ's Whol "esale Club is now open. Joht betire our ofli{.iati Grand Olldz fl Smlday and t{'eive $10 off ore" $35 mender -lfip fee and 3 fi" mulflt, of mendezfip.* 331 Newnan Crossing Bypass, N,wnan, Georgia 30265 Club Hours: Monday - Saturday: 9 ant - 9:30 pm Sunday: 9 ant - 6 pm 1-800-BJS-CLI',B ww,.bjs.{'om '(lIT" .,l,ls Ilz,' ,la h,'|'ol'," tht" N,'tizatl (;,'and Ol=,.nin{. ,1==. ,=ol IDa" ,'o,lzhi,,,.d I*ith th*.r otl',.l's, is IIO| r,.,l,.,.mahh. I'," *'=zsh o,' Iransll.rahh.. =izi,l i, good i;)r ii,' m,.znh,.rs ,=ill).