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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVII.J.,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, 1VIAY 22, 2003 KISS THAT PIG! - Shannon Davis (left) holds onto a pig to give Mrs. Baker an opportunity to give it a big smack. Kiss the Pig was only one of the events held during the Hogansville Elementary Field Day recently. A Lrl-rLE CONFUSED - Mrs. Mary Alford had her pri- orities just a little mixed up during the Hogansville Elementary field day held recently. She was supposed to kiss the pig, not bump heads with it. If you EVER had plans of buying a new tractor, there has never been a better time than RIGHT NOW! That's because of the greatest financing opportunity EVER OFFERED by Kubota'". And now, when you buy a tractor, you can get the same great financing on the trailer or equipment of your choice or need. 0% APR Financing on all new Kubota Tractors for up to 36 Months* .............................. THE REAL DEAL - RIGHT NOW ............................. What are you waiting for? 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For a limited time you can ad ANY of these to your purchase of a new tractor and finance up to 36 months at 0% A.P.R LARGEST EQUIPMENT DEALER IN WEST CENTRAL GEORGIA AND EAST ALABAMA, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 7610 xgaverly H all Farm & Tractor, Inc. Hwy. 85 - Waverly Hall, GA ° 706-582-3194 EVERYTHING YOU VALUE Financin0 available on approved credit lhrou0h Kubota Credit Corporation. * Offer endsJune 30, 2003. Minimum 10'lo down pa!'menL Some exceptions appl): T Series traclors 0% up to 24 months. Hogansville Multitude of By CLINT CLAYBROOK A Hogansville man has been charged with seven counts of entering an auto, one count of felony theft by taking and one charge of criminal trespass, according to Troup County Sheriff Donny Turner. Richard Dewayne Carter, 24, of 125 Eason Road also faces several traffic-related charges, the sheriff said. Carter was charged after he was stopped by Deputy Jim McLaughlin in Ringer Access on May 15 for "improper tag display." McLaughlin noticed sev- eral items in Carter's vehicle which turned out to have been stolen, authorities said. It turned out those items had been stolen from al different vehicles they were parked at lake access areas over past several months. Carter "admitted thefts," the sheriff acknowledged taking things as tools, guns, phones and cles he broke into. "He then took the Opelika, Ala., and for drugs," according to sheriff's department. Sheriff's investi from Troup County Opelika and were bring cocaine charges on the man bought the guns Other charges are pending, the sheriff's ment said. VBS Planned for June The Hogansville First Baptist Church will have its Vacation Bible School Sunday, June 1 through Friday, June 6, from 6:00 until 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday nights and Friday night will be VBS family night hot dog supper and joint worship service, 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Registration begins on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. VBS theme this year is: "The Great Kingdom Caper- Cracking the Character Code: Lifeway's VBS Co1. 3: 12-14. In introducing The Great Kingdom Caper it states: This year, Vacation Bible will take kids on intri missions throu streets of London throughout the British Isles. While on l cial assignment, merly known as kids) led by inspectors as teachers) tigate clues that will them discover how with Christian Cases, codes, and lead kids to learn with compassion and ! ness, humility and ness, patience endurance, forl love. Man Jailed on Continued From Page 1A Daniel Jr., 725 North Boyd Road. Daniel was arrested at the house, authorities said. The cocaine was found in a bedroom beneath a chest of drawers and the marijuana, a' stnall amount of crack cocaine, powder cocaine, some scales and packaging materials were found in the kitchen, White reported. Both discoveries came after "Boy," the sheriff's K-9 dog "alerted" to the presence of drugs. While officers had the house under surveillance, Santardura •Cameron was seen was seen comin location twice. He allegedly seen al bags of marijuana in low block of the back of the house. Santtardura still wanted for cociane and marijuana, officerssai officers reported four firearms were found inside the house. About an hour and after drug agents house, it was destroyed by The fire is still investigation by the County Fire , /WESt TECHNICAL 303 Fort Drive • LaGrange, GA • 706-845-4323 • 2003 Summer Youth AEROBICS & NUTRITION (Ages 7-9 & 10-13) Students will have fun while learning the value of being physically lit through aerobic o; and proper nutritn. Using the Food Pyramid as a guide, they will prepare nutritious and learn the importance of healthy eating habits. July 14 - 17 • 9-11 AM. (Ages 7-9) • 1-3 P.M. (Ages 10-13) • Fee: $20 COMPUTER CAMPS Students will learn how to use th9 Internot and other software programs including Excel, PowerPoint and more in this fun-filled week. Pre-Teen Computer Camp (Ages 9-12) June 23-27 • 9 AM-Noon ° Fee: $75 Computer Technology for Teens (Ages 13-16} Jun 9-13 ° 9 AM-Noon • Fee: $75 CREATIVE CRAFTS (Ages 6-8 & 9-12) June 9-12 • 9-11 AM (Ages 6-8) ° 1-3 P.M (Ages 9-12) • Fee: $30 (includes supplies) EXPLORING WATERCOLORS (Ages 7-9 & 10-13) Watercolor is a beautiful medium that has many child-friendly qualities that Students will learn at their own pace the proper use of the brush and paint, for applying paint to paper, and using watercolor with other media to achieve f June 23-25 • 9:30-t 1:30 A.M. (Ages 7-9) • 1-3:30 EM (Ages 10-13) • Fee: $35 KARATE MINI-CAMP (Ages 6-12) David Keeth and Kristen Miller of Keeth's Karate will introduce the philosophy, application of martial arts. This course will cover stance, blocking and self-delense techniques that are requirements to become eigible for promotion to June 9-13.9-10 AM. • Fee: $40 KIDS COOK (Ages 7-13) June 16-19.1-3 P.M., Fee: $25 MANNERS & ETIQUETTE (Ages 7-9 & 10-13) Ages 7-9: Students will learn basic greetings and introductions, how to handle self-confidently, prepare thank you notes and general correspondence. Basic 1 posture, and carriage will also be included. Ages !0-13. Students wdl rewew bas=c etiquette, how to handle social situations, prop e duchons of peers and elders, telephone etiquette, courtesies and otter wrt ng Dining quette will cover American versus Continental dining and general table mannerS. July 23 • 10 A.M-Noon (Ages 7-9) • 1-3 P,M (Ages 10-13) • Fee: $15 PAINT YOUR OWN POTTERY (Ages 7-13) Brought back by popular demand from our Summer, 2002 Youth Program, the staff LaGrange's The Clay Ground will instruct students on how to paint with glaze on already shaped and fired pieces of the student's choice. June 17-19 • 9 -11 AM.. Fee: $40 (includes supplies) SCRAPBOOKING (Ages 10-14) Scrapbooks provide a lifetime of memories. self-expression as welt as the proper use of color rials while creating a keepsake of their own. June 9, 11 & 12 ° 10 AM.-Noon. Fee: $30 (includes supplies) SPANISH CAN BE FUN (Ages 7-13) Students will gain an introduction to the Spanish language, culture, numbers, colors, greetings, basic phrases and songs. Spanish REALLY can be fun! July 7-10 • 1-3 PM • Fee: $35 • SUPER SITTERS (Ages 9-13) Students will learn from a certified instructor the rote of th, ing for children, positive behavior management, food preparation, activities and { and injury prevention including First Aid and CPR in thi will comp a resource notebook that will inctude teepee for food preparation and activities and June 2-5 • 9-11:30 A.M. • Fee: $35 YOGA FOR KIDS (Ages 5-12) This beginner's class conducted by a certified Yoga instructor will introduce students to yoga poses and breathing. Through yoga practice and knowledge, students can concentration, confidence, self-esteem, and stress management June 23-26 • 1-3 PM. ° Fee: $25 TO REGISTER, CALL CAROL SCHRoEDER, 706.837.4241. REGIsTRATIOf ENDS MAY 27. DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE.