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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILuE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2004 etl-Known Teachers Retiring By JOHN KUYKENDALL J. Shields Upchurch begin a full time career as an actor after retirement. Morton is a first grade teacher at Hogansville Two teachers well known inthe Hogansville communi- ty will be retiring at the end of this school year; J. Shields Upchurch and Emily Edge Morton. J. Shields Upchurch has been employed by the Troup County School System for the past 13 years, although he has beenin education for 27 years. He is currently serv- ing as the assistant principal at Callaway High School. He and his wife, Pamela, have two children, Benjamin, 22, and Jennifer, 26. Upchurch is also a pro- fessional actor and plans to TOPSTAFFER- A mainstay of the Roosevelt I nstitute's medical ~Jnit since 1974, Joy Evans was recently named May Employee of the Month. The Leadership Award winner in 2003, Evans is from Woodbury and started her RWSIR career as a nursing assistant. She now serves as the head of Case Management. Always will- ing to do her share and whatever else is required, no matter what the project, Evans was nominated as "a great team player" and someone who is "passionate = about the care of her patients." Health Awareness Workshop Set Emily Edge Morton Elementary School and has taught in the Troup County School System for 16 years, but has served in education me Older Adult Ministries of St. Mary United Methodist ChurcM 100 Pine Street, Hogansville, will hold its 4th work- shop on Health Awareness. This will be held Saturday, May 15 at 10 a.m. The topic for the workshop will be "Stroke Prevention" conducted by the Neurology Department of Roosevelt Center in Warm Springs. They will share important information to benefit you health wise. for 20 years. She is also a part-time teacher at LaGrange College. She and her husband, Marshall, have two children, Mar~. Morton, III who cur- rently res-id, es in GreenVille, S.C.; and Florence and Herb Matter who reside in Wilmington, Delaware. "I want to have fun," Morton said of her retire- ment. "I want to catch up With my family. I'd love to do some traveling and just really relax, watch some good movies and eat well." A retirement reception was held for both teachers on Tuesday, May 11 by the Troup County School System. Classes of '74, '79 and '84 Planning Joint Reunion In honor of their 20th. 25th and 30th HHS Reunions, a joint committee planning from the class of '74, '79 and '84 has formed to organize a 2004 HHS Reunion Gala and Benefit during the annual weekend of the Humming Bird Festival/Hogansville High School. All class members are encouraged to participate. Sponsorship will be available in full table, half table, and business/agency. Namel)q class members will be encouraged to sponsor a table. Special benefits will be available for those sponsors, such as discount price on events ticket price, reserved seating for you and your guests, special raffling, and many others. For more information, please contact John Leslie 706- 637-4411('74), Willie Glenn 770-926-3343 ('79), and Tony B. Lowe 678-377-6378 ('84). Questions also may be directed toward HH S2004Reunion~yahoo.com. The next meeting will be held at Mike's Elite Restaurant located at 120 West Main Street in Hogansxdlle on May 16 at 3 p.m. All interested persons are invited to attend. Ashley Denney Earns Degree, Graduates Magna Cum Laude Ashley Deanna Denney graduated magna cum laude at the l l8th Young Harris College Commencement Exercise May 1 and earned the Associate of Science. Dr. Clay Dotson, President of Young Harris College, conferred degrees upon the graduates. A 2002 graduate of Flint River Academ~; Ashley is the daughter of Tim Denney of Hogansville and Bobble and Datha Montgomery of Manchester. Her grandmother is Jean Denney of LaGrange. Ashley was a member of the women's tennis team at Young Harris College. She was selected to par- ticipate in I_~adership YHC. 7 ( % i '~ ::'~i i4:i !% i ~!i~ BIL-~D YATES, OWNER Frat~klm "On The Square" 675-6611 HogansviHc 401-B E. Main Street iA_~kox-Lasater Building) 63--661-~ Ct~vmn HUMMIN CHEVRON COKE 1879 E. Main St. (I-85, Exit 28) - 706-637-9001 - Open 24-Hoursl 12-PaclL Can Marlboro Cigarettes L Ooko Products 21"5gg KO01 Cigarettes S299 Per Pack Budweiser $----14 & Bud LIto 74 s519 Per carton 6-Pk. Cans or j C 5 Since 1928 Locations in Hogansville & Grantville 1608 Bass Cross Road at Hs~. 54 il-85 Exit 28l ' Hogansville Drop-offopen in Gainsfille at Ni~~ Foods II, 5320 Hwy. 29 (Exit Aherations Draperies Shirts Laundered Leather Suede Wedding Gowns MAY SPECIALS Ji Pick- fJp FREE D.-op-O#" ..g:. 706-637-8733 Jay & Ellen Butts- Owners # , ~i~iii ' t ADWOIT~ PIU tax, title and WRA ~~ I ~,~ of sa.0o. 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