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HOGANSVIIIE HOME NEWS -TIt R&gt;IAY, MAY 9, 2002 Local Restaurant G, Loyal customers, 770-457-7556 t tee, orwar& 3IAL H HIS SINGERS - All County Chorus April 25th, Callaway Auditorium. Front row, Toccoa Parker, Mayra Vidal, Gillam, Quita Bussie, Stephen Boatman, Hillary Caswell; back row, Megan Seymour, Jamie Parks, Vasingy Jessica Sticher, Zaxh Stitcher, Raven Midkiff. f "00FLO'S-  . . Home Decor _ L ! ()L'(; Otrr ()F = .=, II m-- .....  13UStNESS" - " " SAIJ. : I (706) 655'2446 ,u JJu,Y (,llcr Jill( :l= "- ['rv('% /' .,', ,'. (;l, tt'AT" Oreatt't,a,e lt,,</= a' /ne Y,re *"J t H,' ] S ;[)ar v : =./, }/ By Frances Robinson VISIT - The Grand Master of Masons in.Georgia, C.E. Home and his committee, visited Hogansville Lodge for an official visit. There were several other Lodges represented. All enjoyed a great supper, catered by Restaurant, of fish and chicken. Pictured, left to right, are: Marion Carson D.D.G.M., Henry Johnson DD.GM., E Miller P.G.M., Charles Lee WM., C.E. Home G.M., N. Avory Weldon G.T., Bruse H. Gavin G. Marshall. U Enjoys May Meeting Phillips General %qlU of the First Baptist May I with mem- Stephens, Lillian Evelyn Spivey, Patti Mavis Phillips, Belle and a visitor, Amber Ga. Howell ed the meeting to order and Mrs. Evelyn Spivey opened in prayer. The reading of the min- utes and treasurer's report were by Mrs. Helen Stephens and Mrs. Lillian Howell, respectively. There was no old business or new business to be discussed. Mrs. Belle thrfllis reminded the group of the National Day of Prayer Observance at Hogansville City Hall meeting room. The program, "The Ever Present Hand of God" was presented by Mrs. Mavis Phillips. Miss Patti Phillips then read the Call to Prayer, Genesis 3:20 and names/places of service of missionaries with a birthday today before she had the clos- ing prayer. EDUCA- TIONAL TRIP- Enjoying t h e Hogansville Elementary enrichment field trip were- back r o w LaShanquit e Bussie, Meagan Reason, Jessica Sticher, Hillary Caswell; front row, Zachary Maxwell, Keith Coker. East Main St. Hogansviile FlrcNrlt rOW, I_to  Claire Rahn and .Sara Stephens, Back row:  Askew, Doug 5praoun and Joe Lee professional staff is proud to serve Hogansville and surrounding including Troup, Heard, Meriwether and Coweta Counties. r Realty is a member of both The Georgia Multi-List and LaGrange Multi-List, giving customers maximum exposure. buying or selling real estate, call one of our friendly, local professionals today! 37-8999 Toll FREE 1-866-226-8683 Member of Georgia and LaGrange Multi-List Every week we help. thousands of people wUh: The Roosevelt Place When your loved one suffers from Alzheimers they need special care. At Roosevelt Place the specialized Alzheimers wing offers them the very best in care while providing you w=th peace of mind, We also offer adult Day Care and Weekly care -\\;sk :hout Our },'is,r]; iat \\;ssistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia ; ,i,c, ,, ( dlawav (iadcns. l mih: t. [ i k ,' }. [i(,,.ic (x ',X/arm Springs Vitlagc III I I IIIIl"ll IIII I I I r I I I I I ! Ll ,,a l n II