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May 16, 2002

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PAGE 6-A 'Our Kitchen to Yours' To Benefit Area Hungry Hogansville Community Improvement Association, Inc.. and its Save the Children Program presents, "From Our Kitchen To Yours," a special service project sponsored by the Americorps Program to Support our Nation's People, especially our children, during the week of May 13,-17, 2002. Starting May 13, 2002 we will be collecting can goods or non-perishable food items at 301 Pine Street, Hogansville. Anyone interested in donating to this project can bring items to the center anytime before 6PM during that week. If you have a desire to give but you do not have trans- portation, please call the center at 706-637-6063 and some- one will pick it up. All food items collected will be donated to needy fami- lies in the community. H00SVll I F ANTIQUE 402-404 E. Main St., Hogansville, GA (706) 637-0775 Nights & Weekends (706) 333-5912 IDEALERS I / 7500 Sq. Ft. of / WANTED I HARWFA, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 " (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brovm For Sale Established Local Restaurant Great food, Loyal customers, Huge potential. 770-45 -7556 H arrzs Cou n Flea Marke00 y Open Every Saturday at 8 a.m. Sunday at 1 p.m. Vendors Welcome NO TABLE 707-628-5033 CHARGE 3905 Hudson Mill Rd. Cataula, Ga Watch For Signs STOP Neighbors Dr. @ Corinth Rd. (Hwy. 100) 637-0411 Tues. - Thurs. 5 - 9 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 5- 10 p.m. FREE, Fast . Dine-In Carry Out Pizza Hotwings Salads Jim Katvelas & Family \\; HO(;ANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2002 Students Enjoy Field Day By Bryan Geter Students of the Hogansville Elementary School participated in the annual "Field Day" events last week with many winners. Pictured above are many of the winners who enjoyed the occasion. O'Donnell's 1st Grade: Tyrell Tigner- 1st place- 100 yard dash; Sierra Burston - 2nd place - 50 yard dash; Taylor Martin - 1st place 50 yard dash; Tyler Hughes 3rd place - 50 yard dash; Hunter Worley - 2nd place - 50 yard dash. Morton's 1st Grade : Luke Burrus - red ribbon for 100 yard dash; Brittany Boyd - white rib- bun for 50 yard dash and Patrial Sims - white ribbon for 100 yard dash. Guy's 1st grade: 1st place - Haneisha Leslie - S0 yard dash and Chasity Dorsey - 100 yard dash; 2nd place - Jasmine Massengale - 100 yard dash; 3rd place - Donals Parker - 100 yard dash; 1st place for "tug of war" for the first grade. 4th Grade winner 50 yard dash - 1st place - Randy Bailey and Iesha Thrash; 2rid place - Keondre Harden and Melandra Cameron; 3rd place - Matthew Vfflliamson and Shakeela Cousin. 100 yard dash - Ist place - Quantavious Leslie and Clara Willoughby; 2nd place - Jarvis Brown and Jennifer Mitchell; 3rd place - Rashas By Bryan ( CHAM Students t h Elemental School ipated in annual Day" last many hers. at left many of winners Cochran and Janai Colton. Relay -lst place - Massengale 2nd place - Neese 3rd place- Hanners. "Ihg of War - 1st place - Neese" 2nd place- Harmers 3rd place - Massengale. Bennett's class: 50 yard dash - Jonathan Russet - 2nd place: - Emmanuel Vidal - 3rd place - Jessie White - 3rd place 100 yard dash- Derrious Rhodes - 2nd place; Courtney Jackson - 2nd place - Ricky Bowen; 400 yard relay -Bennett -lst place "lhg of War - Bennett- 1st place Stollar's class: 400 yard relay - Myra Vidal, Antione Dorsey, Marquis Colton and Tersheor Tigner - 1st place; 10b yard dash - LaShanquita Bussie 2nd place; - Jessica Stitcher 3rd place 50 yard dash- Jordan Douglas - 2nd place. Miss George's Kindergarten - Kathy Mitchell, Bridget Myers, Jatarcus Brown, Marquis Cosby and Corion Stevens. Hanner's class: Jennifer Mitchell 2nd place - 100 yard dash, Clara Willoughby 1st place 100 yard dash, Iesha Thrash 1st 50 yard yard dash, Matthew WiUiamson 3rd place - 50 yard dash, Houston Shelnutt, Arkis Partridge Brooke Walker and Tara Gates - 3rd in 400 yard dash. Shropshire class: Scotty Law 1st - 50 yards dash Jasmine Franklin - 2nd -50 dash Deshae Gates - 1st place - 100 dash Anton Tigner, Rafael Brianna Smith and Kristie 2nd place - 400 yard relay. Holstun's class: Deidre Wilkey - 1st place dash Natasha Ford - 2nd place 50 dash Christopher Parker - 2nd 50 yard dash Shelby Stephen 2nd place - yard dash Dudley's class: AnQarius Beasley, - 1st place- yard dash. Damione Robinson - 2nd yard dash JaQuavis Grief - 3rd yard dash Rachel Pike - 2nd place - 50 dash. Hart's class : DeQulius Wilkey - 1st yard dash Kierra Brown - 3rd place - yards dash Cedie Stitcher - 3rd dash Matthew Cooper - 3rd place ' yard dash. Hess's class: Chris Miller - 1st place -50: dash Tyeria Cameron - 1st place yard dash Devonte Cameron - 1st place-1 yard dash. THE 12TH ANNUAL GEORGIA OLYMPIC GOLF TOURNAMENT was held on Monday, May 6, 2002 and ed by the Hogansville Golf Club. A good turnout and great weather produced some real good scores and game a good BBQ lunch was enjoyed by the 26 golfers who played, The winners by age groups were: Perk Hammett, Jerry Maxwell and Tommy Thrower; Second Place - Don Hendrix, Jack Ramsey, and Elmer Third Place - Doug Allen and Charles Maxwell. The winners in the ladies were: First Place - Mary Ann Compton; Place - June Sheppard; and Low Medalist were Tommy Thrower and Perk HammeR. Z15 15 /ULTIPLIC,4TIOIt! T,%K TWICE ,s UCH! Sign up for the PSC Local or 2-State Plans. We'll double your minutes for a year! New service activation and a minimum 12 month contract of at least $2999 a month +s required. Doubled minutes wilt be removed after 12 months. Long distance is included within your package minutes in the local service area. Additional minutes, additional long distance minutes and roaming may be extra depending on the plan you choose. ZOWIE! YOU CAH GET 5,600 RATION'WIPE/IRUTE5 FOR ONLY 59.99 A ONTH! Wow[ ZE HOT. 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