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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 22, 2003 PA(;J,: 3A 3 RECEIVE CERTIFICATES - Childcare Network School 122 of First Church held graduation ceremonies on Thursday, May 15. Teachers from -kindergarten through second grades were presented with certificates of appreci- and a rose during the graduation exercises. Pictured (left to right) are: Linda Mary Lee Thompson, Tanya Jones and Salina Leath. p, You are now approved for an automobile loan even if you have been previously rejected by other lenders or dealers. Call Jeff Ford for your pre-approval code! 1 -800 72-4389 3ARTEN GRADUATION - The pre-kindergarten class at Childcare School 122 of First Baptist Church participated in graduation ceremonies May 15. Among those graduating in the class taught by Salina Leath Jones were: (not in order) Mark Alford, Dylan Blachard, Hailey Boyd, Ellie Gallis, Madison Harmon, Isaiah Harris, Stanley Johnson, Kameron Austin Rice, Kalea Smith, Anthony Watson and Nicholas White. 3ARTEN GRADUATION - The pre-kindergarten class at Childcare School 122 of First Baptist Church participated in graduation ceremonies Jrsday, May 15. Among those graduating in the class taught by Linda Finley Lee Thompson were: (not in order) Devin Bardgett, Tiffany Barnes, Taylor Hunter Gaddy, Benjamin Green, Jacob Hammond, Brandon Johnson, Dylan Davalyae Ramson and Brent White. OF THE b,t,oo.? i . ,, ..... you pray, remember Lucile Wilson, Beall, M/M Wayne M/M Frank McWhorter, Nita Windsor, geMcBride, Phillips, Robert Alice Worley and CHRISTIAN SYM- is extended to the of: Clarence Weaver recent death. He was of Mrs. Frank Crawford. and Susie Dial the refreshments morning during the Time. Uring the Prayer Time morning, Jim Special Prayer Lisa and Dakota Fowler as they moved to Ocala, FL. on Monday May, 19. Mm'cu.*.has:: been:.he prayer coordinator and a Sunday School teacher; while Lisa was the Church Secretary. A love offering was received for them sunday and presented to them Sunday night. Special music Sunday morning was a solo, "In the presence of Jehovah" ren- dered by Sondra Lee. Rev. Bill Deakins preached for us Sunday morning: "The Divinity of Christ" was a text of John 1:1- 30. Marcus Fowler preached Sunday night. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. Callaway High School Awards and Recognition Program was May 5. Congratulations to: Darrell Mayo on being rec- ognized having maintained a 3.5 3.99 GPA during the first semester of this year and also receiving recognition for his aclvements in :English Liti'ature; DeMarion McDowell for having perfect attendance this year; and Micko Woodard, who received recognition for his Physical Education achieve- ments. Please remember to bring your snacks for VBS June 1- 6 and place them in the boxes either in the church foyer or fellowship hall (I.e: cookies, chips, snack mixes, etc.) Soft drinks are being supplied by the Coca Cola Company. Miss Patti Phillips of Hogansville and M/M Andy Rhodes and Meredith of Brooks attended the Spivey hall Young Artist Concert Friday night, May 16 at Clayton State University. Meredith is a member of the SPYA and received her first year pin after the perform- ante. Hardy New 1 Hometown Manager At its meeting on May 8, the Executive Committee of the Grantville Better Home Town organization appointed, effective imme- diately, Reenie Hardy as the new Grantville Better Home Town Manager, a salaried part-time post which had been vacant since March 1. Support Our Troops Hardy has been one of the most active GBHT members. Last year she received the Grantville Better Home Town "Volunteer of the Year" Award, mainly for her work in organizing the Grantville Masquerade Ball and the Halloween Haunted House. This year she has been serving as Secretary and as Chairman of the Grantville Day community festival, which will be held on June 14. .. She has lived in Grantville for 4 years. The Grantville Better Home Town organization is open to anyone living in or near Grantville or anyone who owns a business in Grantville. At the present time GBHT needs more people to become involved. 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Locally owned and operated. following people will birthdays or in the upcom- 22 - Amanda Hubert Howell, Wade, Margie Nancy Jeanette Burnham. - Donny Turner, Littlefield, Jordan Mary Jo Veal, Richardson and Rogers. 24 Stephen Andrew Harris, Freeman, Colby Grace Duffey and - Alex McCurdy, Littlefield Tiffany Robin and Bowles and Pauline 26 -Joe Le,berett, I-Iamby and Mr. and Arrington. 27 - Brent Fuller, Spradlin, Dwayne Jessica Chipman and 28 - Larry Herndon, Zimmerman, Spradlin, Mr. and Stephens, C.V. Grace Neese. POp A :\\;F !00fD Cre,'k LIVING SUITES Introducing SEASONS, Poplar Creek's special care program for the memory impaired.We have assembled a specially trained staffand secured facility to care for your loved one. We offer appropriate daily programs and stimulating activities. 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