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HOGANSVn.T.F HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2002 t x': 5;) Methoch_:st .................... s Gather for State Conference "S" " " Praise Service on Saturday. Mrs. Lucille Lucille Campbell, Mrs. Nancy Ricciardi !the theme of the North Georgia Walker and Ms. Sandra Coins were the (Fayetteville FUMC); Mrs. Betty Davis ..er_ceUnitedMethodistWomens music leaders for the assembly. (Manchester FUMC); Mrs. Dorothy Coordinating the event was Ms. Beverly Cameron, Mrs. Ida Tarver Jones (St. r rual Grwth Experience May 3-4 The Roos 00velt Place Simpsonwood Conference and Smith, Mission Coordmator for Spiritual Mary UMC); Ms. Shirley Scott, Mrs. Center, Norcross. The main speaker for the event was Dr. Dumas (Dee) Shelnutt, Jr., Creek UMC in Duluth. Renea Slater, Pastor of St. Paul led the Early Morning Growth, NG-UMC. Participants from the LaGrange District included: Mrs. Dorothy Orr (Clark's Chapel UMC); Mrs. Vivian Salisbury (Ebenezer UMC); Mrs. Virginia Pope, Ms. Barbara Brown, Mrs. Dorothy Tucker, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, Mrs. Sandra Moss, Mrs. Sharon Thomas (St. Paul UMC); Mrs. Ann Dunn, Mrs. Betty Johnson (Smith Chapel UMC); and Mrs. Mary McCauley (Union Chapel UMC). Lowe Named Employee of" "ear Wanda Lowe of Hogansville was 2002 Employee of the Year at Health System during a last Thursday night at the r Club in LaGrange. Lowe is registered nurse and certi- diabetes educator. he personifies dedication to our )rofessionalism and a love for said West Georgia Health President/CEO Jerry Fulks. has been exemplary representa- mission and is respected by throughout WGHS. She maintains a positive attitude and be seen wearing a smile." has been described by co- as creative, enthusiastic, opti- loyal, courageous, caring and about helping people learn !take better care of themselves once MANY HATS - Wanda Lowe is a registered nurse and certified dia- betes edu- cator. they leave the hospital. A few years ago, she helped launch the Coleman community Health Center, which helps diabetics manage their dis- ease and feel better. She started a breast cancer support group a few years ago and became a member of that group in August, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fulks said that after a few initial days of shock and despair, she wiped away the tears and immediately start- ed fighting her disease through chemotherapy and radiation therapy. "She took it a step further," he said, "At the time Wanda was being treated, she started a breast cancer awareness crusade." During October - Breast Cancer Awareness Month - she coordinated a four week "lunch and learn" series that attracted about 75 health system employees. While undergoing treatment, she came to work nearly everyday wearing colorful hats. "To me, those hats speak for the vibrant person she is and they symbol- ize the many hats she has worn during 25 year tenure here at West Georgia Health System," Fulks ,said. tl Honorable Allen B. and Quillian A. Judges of Superior been presented with of indictment, we have True Bills and one Inasmuch as the majori- indictments involved to manufacture and a good- physJ and )f children, we wish ttke the following sugges- Judges who set bond be with suent timely so as to allow them differentiate between offenders and repeat Through neighborhood of the public to detection and report-  netamine labe: Provide for further training rnore officers in the of evidence indica- t of methamphetamine man- and safe protocol for security and invas- 4. linue to promote pro- as D.A.R.E. for drug and Sexual (sponsored by the League) to facili- intervention in cases Grand Jury is acutely to have enhanced law enforcement. It that through increased effencies, external (i.e. grants) and budgetary allotment, County Sheriff's and the police of LaGrange, Pre00mmems Hogansville and West Point wilt be able to experience more in- house training, have more per- sonnel trained and/or certified for drug interdiction and for investi- galJon of sex crimes. We wish to commend law enforcement personnel of West Point, Hogansville, and LaGrange police departments, and the Troup County Sheriff's Department for their profession- al and articulate presentation of evidence and for their diligence and dedication to their jobs in making Troup County a better place to live. We also wish to commend the District Attorney and his Assistants for their out- standing organization of the pre- sentations. Their attention to detail, accuracy and thorough- ness while maintaining a vigor- ous pace were impressive fea- tures of their conduct. Special appreciation is directed to Chief Lou Dekmar, Sheriff Denny Tumer, and Tax Commissioner Gary Wood for their individual presentations. A special committee was appointed to visit and inspect the Troup County Jail and found that it met and exceeded all of our expectations. The Troup County Sheriff's Department is com- mended for its efficiency of oper- ation of the Troup County Jail. The instruction provided by Judge Quillian Baldwin and Clerk of Court Jackie Taylor and the logistic support provided by Mr. Marion Carson are sincerely appreciated. .fulh , Jerry Rigby, Foreperson Christopher G. Kemp, Clerk Foreperson: Jerry Rigby Christopher G. Kemp, Clerk Janet S. Johnson JonW. Emkj Sharon H. Sikes John C. Hurd Glenda S. Boykin Shamika D. Gates Henry J. Starr, Jr. Zadie M. Ways Kenneth D. Pattillo Hoyt H. Maddox Terry L W111lemson Rmdxm A. Garlend, Jr. Jeffery M. Skinner Larry T. UcGrady Caroline C. Davidson /mdrea O. Spradl Timothy B. Cochran Richard L Pattenmn John B. 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