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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MAY 23 2002 Springfield Holding Spring Revival Springfield Baptist Church, Hogansville, will have spring annual revival May 22-24 beginning each night at 7:30. Guest, speakers are: Wednesday night, Pastor Gregory Williams, St. Mary United Methodist of Hogansville and Burns Chapel United Methodist of Newnan; Thursday night, Pastor J.W. Russell, Jr., St. Smyrna Baptist of Newnan and Friday night, Pastor Christopher Evans, Sr., Miracle Ministry, Hogansx411e. On Saturday, May 25 a banquet in honor of Pastor Joseph A. McGuire will be held at the Grand Hotel, E. Main St., Hogansville begin- ning at 5:00 p.m. The cost will be $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children. On Sunday, May 26, the ..k, ".. 13th anniversary celebration | for Pastor McGuire will be til . i! held. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. appreciated. ! on select ONE DAY TO GO - The students have been' to school for 179 days this 2001 and only one more day to go. Callaway Middle School 7th grade teacher and her class put the final touch to homework as the year winds down. their plan. o Redistricting Behind Lee Seeking By Bryan Geter our plan. Senator Danny Lee announced his intentions on Monday to seek re-election to the Georgia State Senate's District 29 seat. 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[)ouhle minutes. unlimi|ed night ekcnds aad mobile Io nbile minules flee for 12 mtmlhs. Pnmolitmal phone ma) ar, Oiler fk.. taxes and reslriclions ma) applL ee stt fv delai/s. detrimental to our citizens' ability to be governed in an efficient and fair way," Lee stated. "Although I voted against the redistricting and I intend to cor/tinue to fight . to right the ridiculous lines that were drawn. I intend to represent the new areas of the 29th District just as I have the more familiar areas." The new map splits every precinct in Troup County except for two. District 29 now includes parts of Troup, Harris, Sen. Dan Lee Meriwether, Heard, Pike, Butts and Jasper counties. Some of Lee,'s accom- years, he plishments during Lee's four proven that he years in the Senate are: on *Mandatory expulsion of on the of students who intentionally and cause serious physical harm political pressure. to a teacher, school bus driv- "I believe the er or other school employees, taxpayers have SB 291 also mandates can count on me to referral of these students to their interests ad: juvenile court, of a branch of *The abolishment of the a political party. statue of limitations on the Lee the seven major and violent years crimes, taining the *A moratorium on the col- all branches of lection of unemployment ment and insuring  taxes on employers without of political claims. This has saved all Lee said he businesses, especially small ward to gaininl businesses hundred of mil- ed property tax lions of dollars, freedom from *The cataloging of a DNA property taxes sample from every convict- tine property ed felon. This has solved hun- people's dreds of crimes. Lee said that in his four level of public FrazierPoses Continued From Page loA using that road for a drag strip," Frazier stated. Frazier assured Aldrich that the system the city is now using for leaves and limbs pick-up is not working. The council voted 3-2 to install a new plan at Frazier's request which divides the city into four zones. Work one zone per day and by Friday the crew can start over again and no roads will be missed, he said. Councilpersons Jimmy Jackson and Charlie Frank Martin went along with Frazier in voting for the mat- ter and Councflperson Jack Leidner and Jean Crocker opposed. Crocker said there were some positive thing happen- ing in Hogansvflle. Wanda Lowe was named West Georgia Health System Gynther was Georgm "Nurse .of the Lewis Lowe Callaway High Student" and for 2002. At Jackson's board change the cutoff  the 3rd of each mont help some of the' be able to pay bills, buy get medicine. Jackson alsO the council that to-start working budget. May budget. Citizen told the hydrants 1 & 2 BedB0m Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerato(