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HOGA.\\;'SVI HOME NEWS - TttL'RSI)A'; MAY 23, 2002 PAE 3-A Pictured with GREA Executive Director, Hulsey (center) are Mrs. Cheris English (left) Ida Jones representing TREA during the 44th in Macon. Educators Attend State Convention Governor Roy Barnes headed the array of speakers the 44th Annual Convention of the Georgia Retired Association held in Macon May 7-9 at the Inn Convention Center. Included in the 525 attendees from across the state , the COnvention, representing Troup Retired Educators were: TREA President Ralph Johnson, Mrs. English, and Mrs. Ida Tarver Jones. Tuesday, a Leadership Workshop involving the local unit presidents was implemented. sessions for other participants included grand- sittercise. During the Presidents/Awards sday evening TREA received awards in following areas: History Participation, Public Scrapbook of Excellence, Newsletter Scholarship Participation, and was named of Excellence." In addition to business sessions on Wednesday, a was held. Mrs. Terri Noles, Reading from Tifton, was the featured speaker during She used the theme "GREA: Great Reading All," and entertainment was provided by the Senior Citizens Washboard Band. Librarian Welcomed was intro- as the Children's at Hogansville Library at the Elementary PTO meeting on May 16. Mrs. long-time resident has three chil- grandchildren. children Kim Moon, Stevens, and Kerry local residents. are James, =ssica, age 18. daughter is Caroline age ten. Kerry's age 11 age nine. With ranging in age to 22 years Stevens has been timeread- over the years. been an avid reader 'life and graduated with class to receive a tin 1962. She her education School and Tech. She at Playtex for 33 years and now enjoys crafts and gardening in addition to reading. Her love of books and of reading to children has led her to this position and she has scheduled Story Time every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. through May. In June, she begins our Vacation Reading Program. The theme is world.wide.reading@your library TM and will feature sto- ries from around the world. Registration begins on June 6 and weekly programs begin on June 13. Come get your reading passport to fun, prizes and surprises. Flyers with details of all activities are available at the library. Our "May Book Sale" con- tinues through May with more items added as space allows. Come check it out! Hardbacks are priced by copyright date, including recent books from the '80s and )0s and some within the past two years. All paper- backs are only 10 cents, mag- azines 5 cents. Turner, Gloria Dorrough, Jo Veal, Megan Harris, Chase Colby Freeman, Duffey, Leslie Stephen McCurdy, Bee Tiffany Smith, Pauline Staley, Bowles, Mr. Tim Alexander, May26 Joe Leverett, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Arrington, anniversary. May 27 Brent Fuller, Cindy Spradlin, Dwayne Barber, Jessica Chipman, Missy Hammett. 2S Larry Herndon, Stephanie Spradlin, Wynette Cook, C.V. Duffey, Grace Neese, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stephens, anniversary. May29 Lisa Calhoun, Phyllis Wegienka- Memory of Mr. St. ,1910. May 25, 1983 hard to say about the We had together, even that the road We think about the , and even the tears we shared. Knowing that there was a greater jour- ney you must take you have taken your flight. We love and miss you, Daddy. Sa msea by his chU- dren.. AnnaW, W Stark Jr., Janie, Marion, Harmon, HekU and grand- Mountville Revival Begins This Sunday Revival services will be held at Mountville United Methodist Church from Sunday. June 2 to Tuesday, June 4. Pre-service fellowship meals are at 6 p.m., and services begin at 7 p.m. There will be powerful speakers with special music each night. Sunday - Dr. Lewis Ayers, Professor of early church history and Augustine scholar at Emory University; Moreland Community Singers, popular area gospel choir. Monday - Re,,,. David Campbell, Senior pastor at Cornerstone UMC in Sharpsburg; Tapestry, contemporary singing group from Moreland UMC. Tuesday Rev David Naglee, LaGrange District Superintendent of the United Methodist Church; Said The King, contemporary Christian record- ing artists, singers/songwriters. . Historic Garden Tour Slated Tomorrow The Troup County Historical Society will host a brunch spotlighting "Historic Southern Gardens" on Friday, May 24th. The talk LS being held in conjunction with the Hydrangea Festival. Jim Cothran is the guest speaker Jim is a landscape architect and urban planner in Atlanta. He is an adjunct professor with Georgia State University's Historic Preservation Program and has authored a book on the gardens of Charleston and has an upcoming book on historic gar- dens of the South. He currently serves on the Hills and Dales planning committee. The brunch will begin at 11:30 a.m. at Highland Country Club. The cost is $15.00 per person. 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