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PAGE 12A-H6GANSVmLE HOME NEWS - MAY 18, 2000 Food Program Starts June1 Kodak Lane, Zion Hill; Kid's House, 709 Glen Robinson Dr., LaGrange. MEALS SERVING TIME for all sites is 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. This summer, meals will be served from Thursday, June 1 to Friday, August 11. The SFSP is a federal program fund- ed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The program was created to ensure that children receive nutritious meals during summer vacations when they do not have access to school breakfast and lunch. No person shall be excluded from par- ticipation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subject to discrimination in this program on the grounds of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or handi- cap. The program does specify that par- ticipants must eat meals at the site where served. No food may be taken from the site where it is served. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), sponsored by Dreamlinks, Inc., will begin serving meals on Thursday, June 1. Meals are free of charge to all children age 18 and younger. Lunch will be served at the following sites: Dreamlinks,Inc., 243 Ellis Place, Lone Oak; St. Mark Community Center, 9200 Highway 100, St. Mark; St. Paul Community Center, 463 Sewell Rd., Grantville; Zion Hill Community, 75 HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? First Baptist By Patti The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church on May 8th with six ladies attending. Mrs. Kathy Yarbrough has returned home after a week's visit with her mother, Freda Kelley at Yuba City, California. DEACON OF THE WEEK: Wayne Yarbrough. Worship With the Word was given by Kendra Palmer. REMEMBER the sick, shut- ins and bereaved as you pray. Kristi Freeman, daughter of Tom and Jane Bozeman, will be graduating from Georgia Southern Saturday, May 13th. Children's Home Day was May 13th. We had as our guest speaker on Sunday morning during the 11:00 a.m. worship, Mrs. Allison A. Hutcherson, who is the Director of Ministries of the Georgia Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries at the Palmetto cam- pus. She closed with a scripture reading from Matthew 18:10-14. ALL MOTHERS attending our Sunday morning worship on Mother's Day (May 14th) received as a gift from the church, a devotion book, "Journey." Rev. Willis had all mothers attending to stand and he prayed a prfiyei  of dedica- tion for them all. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL will be.at our church June 4-8 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. for ages 3-12, with the kickoff held there on June 3, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. CHILDREN'S CAMP at Rockridge is July 24-27 at a cost of $75.00 per person with $25.00 registration fee. The camp is for ages 9-12. See Tony or Beth Maxwell to register or for more informa- tion. REV. HAROLD WILLIS is continuing to lead the Baptist Doctrine Study on Wednesday nights during the 7:00 p.m. prayer meeting that is held in the church sanctuary. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Willis and family of Dallas, Georgia were Mother's Day guests of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Andy King of Snellville were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs: Carl Bennett. Joy Palmer of Phenix City, Alabama and Seth Coker of Columbus spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Maxwell, Sarah and Kendra Palmer. WE WERE HAPPY to have many visitors with us on Mother's Day. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on having 100% perfect attendance on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rhodes and Meredith of Brooks spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Patti. PARKWAY MOTORS, INC. OUR CHRISTIAN SYMPA- THY is extended to the family of Brownie Hogan Panter at her recent death. Rice bowls are available at our church for World Hunger. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Crawford and sons of Albany were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford. If you don't have a church home, we invite you to come and worship with us here at First Baptist Church, in Hogansville at 500 East Main SWeet. CALL TODAY for a quick over the Phone qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE 0505 e(0oooogi ooooooo.oo oo ooooo $oo oo oo o oo oo ! o$oooooooeooopO eg about " Fridcv Night 8 p.m.. Mdnight  Fu .. s5 per person- s7.5Olcouple b/t of 21 r '98 Mercedes C280 Leather, Roof, 30,000 mi., Blue *29,900 '96 Olds Achieva 2DR, V-6, BLack, Gokl Edition, 38,000 mi. r)',595 '98 Nissan Altima, 4DR, White, 23,000 mi. Sl 1,500 '89 Mercedes 190E, 4DR, White, Clean s4,295 '97 Nissan Maxima SE I BE: Loaded, Roof, Auto I VALUE!! .Low Mileage, =17,900 J rr,,n,, / MAZDA'S lit INVENTORY! EVERY CAR RED TAGGEDI! A/C, AUTO, LOTS OF V6, AC ,,,.,,,,o ,, FUNI l "'" '95 Toyota 4-Runner 5 Speed, 4x4 14,900 JJ Whitworth Parkway Motors 00Grange 882-2990 Jay M WHITTLESEY ROAD CREDIT PROBLEMS? l]ll lllili Ill. i