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HOGAXSVI HOME Nf;ws - THURSI)AY, MAY 9, 2002 e-00ibrary Plans Book Sale PAGE 3-A PARK MEADOW APARTMENTS work." il voted1 ersons to draw tl it heads d e. asked h nolition ! oming A ses came onth like to )nth e are notl O." ardbacks, fiction and nonfiction, hced by copyright date. We have recent books from the '80s and ad a few vdthin the past two years. Iperbacks, fiction and nonfiction, fly 10 cents. All discarded maga- are 5 cents. Current circulation zines are not included in the sale. 15 to raise funds to buy more books eate more space for the new books. - April birthdays and anniversaries were recently at Ingles. Front row, Irene Medley Elsie Thaxton celebrated a birthday; back row, Marie Bish)p, and Geneva and Pete Maxwell their anniversary. Everyone enjoyed cake t their fellow Bingo players at Ingles. With best sellers priced at approxi- mately $26 to $28 and large print at $30 or more, the money we receive from the state just doesn't go as far anymore. The state has not given a substantial increase for books in many years. Proposed budg- et cuts by the state may reduce fund- ing for new books. Troup County ranks very low in funding for libraries com- pared to other counties and other states. Help us with this bmk sale and tell your city, county and state officials how you feel about supporting libraries in Georgia. We need your support to con- tinue to provide the best-seller fiction you have come to expect. We also need to continue to update our adult non-fic- tion and reference materials to be able to provide the community with the infor- mation they want and need. By Frances Robinson FIVE GENERA- TIONS - Each Wednesday at 9 am., the young and old gather at Ingles for Bingo and goodies. Recently at one table, five gener- ations were rep- resented. Pictured are baby Tony Jackson held by his great- great grandmoth- er, Fannie Allen; back row, Ann Powetl, grand- mother; Geneva Maxwell, great- grandmother; and mother, Ginger Jackson. 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator ,;;,,, ...... , OPENING MAY, 2002 HOC.;N00VILLE N'mQUE MAK 402-404 E. Main St., Hogaasville, CA (706) 637-0775 Nights & Weekends (706) 333-5912 [  7500 Sq. Ft. of L,h  Antiques & Collectables /,. ml __ I ="assage Therapies 103 College Street Hogansville, Georgia 30230 (Corner of East Main & College) Becky 5. Dickerson, Nc'rMB 70737-9696 Call for an appointment or FREE Consultation. L FUN - Winners in the Hogansville Elementary were front row, Chasity Boyd 1st, River Staley row, Shelby Stephen 2nd, Randy Bailey 4th, Caswell 5th and not shown, Kalea Johnson. Junior University Summer Program partici- Hogansville Elementary are Toccoa Parker, e Coker. The Troup County School System the Junior University Summer Program to pro- opportunities for talented rising sixth and Ith grade students. Students must score in the top .th percentile (90%) on one or more subtests in total J and total Math of norm referenced examinations. rl-Fashioned' Gospel Sing Set old-fashioned outdoors gospel sing will be held at uel Baptist Church, located on Cline Road in Morelan Y night, May 25th beginning at 6:00 p.m. Featured ".ond Coming and others. Bring lawn chairs or blan- sit on. Gro000000mMeet , beginning Ma) 7:00 p.m. a seminar and support group will be held for peo- or divorced. The topic for this quar- to Live Victorious." No matter your circum- you can have a life that is victorious. seminar will be held at Faith Baptist church, 552 LaGrange. For more information, call 884- Youth Plan Yard Sale youth and children's groups of Highland Baptist have a yard sale and car wash on Saturday, May 8:00 until 12 noon. The church is located at 407 Avenue, Hogansville. [ Lunch ] Meat. 3 Meg.. 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