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HOGANSVILI~ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2004 PAGE 5-A of a Daughter ~I)ITOR: like to take this time to let my ~Michelle Clark, know how proud I _ I!~. accomplishments. Q~.~ajunior at Callaway High School , ~r--0Honor Roll.. :~ie is an exceptional young lady wno works very hard, and I could not ask for a better daughter. DEANNE CLARK Hogansville TEA TIME- The General Daniel Newnan Chapter is the local chapter ,eat- to promote God, Home, and C, o untry. . ~~ai Daughters of Revolution Chapter ,~tnmg Tea, Installation This Saturday ~_'~_. ,,Home, and Country" is the motto ~.~. Y's National Society Daughters of the Revolution (NSDAR). ,~ General Daniel Newnan Chapter is a~ [~al chapter working to promote God, ~[k~d ~o~n~ ~1,~'5" are pleased to announce their annu- ~bership Tea and Installation of ~t'rs on May 1S, 9:30 a.m. at Peachtree )N'[IJnited Methodist Church, Robinson Peachtree City. Everyone is invited. |Qe NSDAR; founded in 1890, is a volun- ~l~omen s service organization dedicat- "[~._Promoting patriotism, preserving ae~,an history, and securing America's reD through better education for children. inclusive lineal society in the ,~70~[XI0 members in Center Stays Busy ~ith Birthdays, Events ~appy birthday to Shirley Ashbaugh and Jean on on May 15 and Skeet Ellington on May 19, hers of the Hogansville Senior Center. t~Vents this week at the center include the third ~day Nutrition with Lisa Griffin and a birthday ,ty on Thursday for the birthday folks in May. ~e looking forward to the area wide picnic on zMnesda); May 26. The center will be closed on that 3,000 chapters across the United States and internationally, NSDAR members volunteer more than 55,000 hours annually to veteran patients; award over $150,000 in scholarships and financial aid each year to students; and support schools for the underprivileged with annual donations exceeding one million dol- lars. The General Daniel Newnan Chapter serves Coweta, Fayette, and Meriwether counties. The NSDAR welcomes any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution. For membership and meeting informa- tion contact Membership Chair, Jeannine JaCkson 770-253-6517. ~ ' Grantville Set For Festival ' On June 12 Preparations are well underway for the annual Grantville Day festi- val June 12, which will feature every- thing from a stilt walker to per- forming dogs. The day-long festival will be held in Colley Park on Main Street in downtown Grantville. There's no admission charge to the event, although fees are charged by vendors for food, drink, mer- chandise and amusement attrac- tions. Janice Sibley of Moreland enjoys dressing up like Mother Goose, sitting in a rocking chair, and telling stories to children. She will be at the festival for two such story telling sessions, one at 10 a.m. and one at I p.m. Agility performances by Katelyn Key's Great Dane dog Chandler, which was the champion in the novice class of last years agili- ty competition, will also be present- ed. Last year's 11th Congressional District High School Art Contest win- ner Shanna Walston will be display- ing her work. A variety of arts and crafts ven- dors are expected. Festival-goers will have a good selection of standard and unique food items, beverages and shaved ice. Amusement attractions will include the Wheel of Fortune game. Live music and a number of performers will take the stage dur- ing the day. Grantville Day begins at 10:00 AM and the daytime portion of it lasts until 6 p.m. and will be followed by a street dance. til' Joe's u, ody Shop 303 SOuth aNY 29 Hogansvmo 706-637-4991 -arm~fmm~ - Tmml ~. FJ~ Pmm -FnmR~l~. ...... 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II -- T T I / -- I L Hudson Farm You Pick or VI/e Pick NOW OPEN! 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Located on GA Hvg* 173 between Woodbury, Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm 706-846-5658 LaGrange Bulldog Club is proud to host Coach Richt and Coach May 18th at LaFayette Garden Inn LaFayette Parkway in LaGrange To be a part of this event send Reservation Cheek to taGrange Bulldog /0 Jay Butts 2ff~envil/e Street taGrange, GA 'ff02~O Tickets Each: Adult $25.00 Children Under 12 $10.00 WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLI~EGE's "MEET and GREET" is coming to your neighborhood. Come and hear about WGTC's admission requirements. For Warm S rin s & Manchester Residents Location: Warm Springs Institute Information and Registration Night ............ May 26th --- 5:00- 7:30p.m. Registration and Placement Exam Night-June 3rd --- 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. (Placement Exam begins at 5:30 p.m.) Summer Quarter classes begin....July 12th in Warm Springs Summer Quarter classes begin....July 6th in LaGrange Ai !, 5