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HOGANSVnJ.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2002 Lrpenter Circle Enjoys May Meeting Phillips tetty Carpenter Circle of the ;ville First Baptist Church met Le afternoon of May 6, 2002 with Phillips, Patti Phillips, Lillian Helen Stephens, Mavis Garrett, and Belle Willis attending. to order, Mrs. Howell Reading of minutes, Helen Stephens; May host- esses are Lillian Howell (refreshments) and Pattie Phillips (Program; "IYeasurer's Report, Mavis Garrett; Business, Bears. Will decide when to meet to work on them; June Hostesses are Helen Stephens and Mavis Garret. The program was presented by Patti Phillips about June Whitlow Living Joyfully and Usefully. She read the Call to Prayer Genesis 16:6-15, the prayer focus on Burmese and read names/places of service of Missionaries with a birthday today before closing with prayer. Refreshments of orange date cake with cool whip, goldfish cheese crack- ers, Hersey's chocolate candy, Coke, tea or water were served. / / Ron Clemmer, and his wife Nancy, reside in Hogansville, are excited about the first service on May 19. Clemmer Named to Serve As New Church's Vicar The Right Reverend John W. Holloway, Bishop of the Diocese of Georgia for the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, announced that Ron Clemmer will serve as the Lay Vicar of the new St..Matthews Charismatic Episcopal Church in Hogansville. Clemmer, and his wife Nancy, who reside in Hogansvflle, are members of Christ The king CEC in Peachtree City, which will have primary responsibility for planting the new work. Both the Clemmers have held extensive leadership posi- tions in churches over the years. Ron Clemmer has served as an interim pastor for a con- gregation in Tennessee and the couple served for a number of years in the spiritual and pas- toral care aspect for dozens of families in a megachurch in the Atlanta area. A "vicar" is, essentially, the pastor of a mission congrega- tion. Clemmer is a candidate for ordination in the Charismatic Episcopal Church and is attend- ing St. Michael's seminary. Upon his ordination the term "lay" will be dropped from his title. St. Matthews will have its first service on Pentecost Sunday, May 19th at 4:30 PM in HogansviUe. For additional information about St. Matthews including worship location, interested individuals may contact Ron or Nancy Clemmer at 706-637- 5905. Zallaway High School will hold graduation exercises on Saturday, May 25 at Callaway Stadium Ige. Callaway had 17 honor graduates this year. They are pictured above (not in order), Michelle Brantley, Phillip Carpenter, Justin Dukes, Haley Griffin, Manesra Hall, Alyson Lee, Marisa Lindsey, Lewis Lowe, Dewayne Murphy, Heather o'Neal, Mary Elizabeth Peterman, Shivani Thakur, Christina Thompson, Page Roberts. Festival Scheduled June 8 are shaping up for the Day celebration on June 8. activities include a car live music, arts and crafts and amusements. Day 2002 will include - a re-enactment of the famous robbery of the Bank of Grantville which occurred in 1932. The day will be highlighted by the celebration of Grantville's sesquicen- tennial, which will occur at 1:00 p.m. and will be announced later. The bank robbery re-enactment will take place at 2:00 p.m. Information on the other activi- ties of Grantville Day can be obtained from Martine Collier at 770-253-9898 (work) or 770-25,3-4013 (home). " Mall Taking Shape Downtown Hogansville +, + / Oy e/an ,el Hoga" Pictured above is nsville standing in the operated a jewelry store years The space Will now be f --new antique mall that Soon. ay  eMer Being a "City of Friendly People" with some of the tastiest restaurants in the state, Hogansville is now beginning to attract new businesses to the downtown area. An antique mall will open by May 23 on Main Street next door to Hogansvil City Hall accJd. ing to Bill Stankiewic Starddewicz, who cov William & btars Antiques, across from the police station, will manage the 700 square foot mall. He is refurbishing the two store buildings located at 202 and 204 E. Main Street. Stankiewicz said be plans to rent out spaces, bring some of his antiques and building owner, John H. Jones will supply antique, as well. He said there will be all sorts of antiques and notimm for sale ranging from $1 to veral thousands. Stankiewicz said the best thing that can hap- pen to an antique store is for another one to come. "People won't drive a long way for just one store, but with several stores, theyq.1 come, he addecL Stankiewicz will handle the adminitive ends including advertising. Dealers must pay 85 cents per square foot per month and a 10 percent commissk He said there is enough space for about 50 vendors and the basement will be opened if needecL The mall will be open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Mondays, Tt,day and Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, it will open from noon to 5 p.m. and closed on Wednesday. For more. information, call (706) 333-$91Z m00vm QUALITY ,-, PRICE ,-, FINANCiN All In One Great Loctior i 95 GMC 2500 Conversion Van TV. VCR Elec Rear Seat;BedExra Clean Low Miles ........... 97 Nissan King Cab Red, Auto, Weft Equipped, sharp! 96 ChewZ71 Suz  : :; Whle Ext-CaD, 350, AC OD all power, good as any you'ii hr!d clean, sh.3rrp, tow price! 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