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HO(;AX.SVILI.I&lt; I-to1: NI..X S - "l!* it >J)aV, MAY 16, 2002 with a der inv t - Susan Burdcett, Beth East, Janett Lowe, Fannie Mae Cannon and volunters from West Georgia College all enjoyed the 12th annual Golden Olympics at Hogansvitle Elementary, oo Old? Ha! Semors Enjoy Golden Olympics Hogansville Senior Center of the 12th annual Golden 8, 2002 at Elementary School. about 100 seniors from and surrounding coun- Competing in seven different ;beautiful and had by all who attend- Thanks to all who helped make this year's, Olympics a success The medal winners in each event were are follows: There were four age groups. Basketball - Bee Littlefield, Evelyn Higgins, Nellie Cox and Elmer Williams; Horseshoes- Richard Exner, Henry Nelloms, Jobm Finley, Annette Grady, Mary ttarris, (;erilene Clemmons and Iannie Mae Cannon: l)ominoes - l.ciia Mae Williams and ,tosie Smith: (lock Golf-Mary Ann Compton. Mai gie Gordon, Katie Gay, Richard Exner, Wendell Waggoners and John Finley; Frisbee Throw - Bee Little field, Margie Gordon and Katie (lay; Checkers - tlenry Nelloms; and Softball "Fhro - [ fenry Nelloms, Jr., Bee IAttlefield, 1-'annie Mae Cannon and Helen Passantino. Mack Graduates from Hospital q2crps School Hospitalman Nina J. Mack, of Tracy A. Overton of and Phillip G. Roberts, of the Corps School at Naval COrps School, Great Lakes, Ill. the 14-week course, Mack a Wide range of medical proce- and assist and nurses. Mack also received an introductory instruction for service in a variety of medical environ- ments, from fleet hospitals and ship- board medical departments to fleet Marine forces and medical administra- tion offices. Graduates' newly acquired skills and knowledge will enable them to help pro- vide quality health care to Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their faro- ilies Mack's i irst assignment after schod will inx oi', e direct patient care, but with her tFaJIling, Mack can work mse\\; oral avea., including first aid and assistirlg with minor surgery, pharma- cy and !abora ory analyss, patient trans- portation, and ood service inspections. Mack is a 2001 graduate of (ireenvflle t t i h School of Greenville arid joined the, Nay,. ill .lune, 2(/01. Georgia Residen ,s improve your skills or change careers FREE At West Georgia Technical Colicge, vm can use the HOPE Grant to pay your tuition and books. There is no grade requirement to get the HOPE Grant, but you must be a Georgia resident. HURRY - Applicalkm Deadline is May 31, 2002 Call 7068454323 NOW! WESI- GE )i00,GIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive LaGrange 706.845.4323 www.westga.tec.ga.us I IIII III i ii The Roosevelt Place When a nursing home isn't what you need, lust assistance valh the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the ideal place for you or your loved one. U,'rng suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Ask About Our  Financial Assistance Pr0rams Assisted Living. With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway (;ardens, 1 mile ,, t.ittle White House & Warm Springs Village Ill I [lljj I J ![-! I ! I | I I i I I i i ! I I I ! & [ I I m t % < :i tZ' h By Bryan Geter AT GRADUATION - These five Cavalier Honor Graduates will be on the at the CHS graduation on May 25. (L-R) Pledge -Manesra Hall, Valedictory Lewis Lowe, President Message - Bridgette Tigner, Welcome - Alyson Lee Michelle Brantley. iii ay ryan Geter MEET - It had been a long time since Charles Ele.y had, seen his cousin, The two got together .Saturday evening at t-tooler s ospel Barn in (L), who lives in Jacgson, ,ngs bamone or me worm tamous quar- who pefoemed at the Barn Saturday before a packed house. Pictured is Charles Eley and wife, Rose from LaGrange. 16 Mm17 n /8 seaters MaT19 Debbie Head Justin Jones Ruben Brand Skeet F.alington Monday, May 20 Marie Hines Mary Jo Hill Rainey Ayers Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harrison (A) Mr. & Mrs. Tony Hanson (A) Charicie Turner (Mem.) 1ty, May 2 Barry Bennett (A) Haley Hudgens Sandra Stephens Mr. & beds. Sam Hubbard Candi Smith (Mere.) Wednesday, May 22 Amanda iams Jessica Wade Lance Mapp Margie Purgason Nancy Jeanette Rich Mr. & Mrs. Russ Brown (A) W.C. Burnham (Mem. Etery  we help thousands of lxle