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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2003 PAGE 3-A MOMENT- Pruitt graduated West Point ary arten. Ired here er, gie OWS, is the of ,' and Kristie and the tughter of and OOdle Reading Program Starts children's room a treasure trove of books to prizes to win for participating in Vacation Reading Program, "Books Registration begins on Thursday, June sail or row your boat on over Your treasure sack of goodies for ; fun. Programs begin on June a well-known favorite, Jean Crocker. range Memorial is here on June 19 and Sondra Lee and crafts on June 26. Musician Eric Litwin, is back on July our Independence Day Holiday Yvonne Bledsoe presents an excit- of songs and stories on July 10 Cain's program on July 17 is always surprises. Hauling in the final load and refreshments on July 24 is David program, "Ocean of ic!" The Hogansville Library this year must not be Zone Meeting Set Optimist Club will host Thursday, May 29th at Rogers at 7 p.m. All members are urged Ceremony Planned County Unit of the American Society Relay for Life will have a , on The Square" Friday, Fishing 'For Kids' Coming Up The Warm Springs Fisheries Center wants to invite local families to see for themselves the many ways that Water Works Wonders. The Center will host a Kids Fishing for Fun Day Saturday, June 7th, at the Aquarium in Warm springs from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. Parents are asked to bring their children three to 12 years of age to participate in the event. Each child should bring their owh pole, stringer, and bait. Please, no live minnows, buckets or coolers. Each child will be allowed to keep up to five fish on their stringer. All children must be registered picked up prior to the event at the Aquarium, completed and returned. Fishing will be divided into groups with all pre-registered participants being allowed to fish first. A time limit will be enforced for each group fishing. Pre- registered children will be allowed to fish from 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. while on-site reg- istration children will be allowed to fish from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Wal-Mart Kids All-American Fishing Derby is supporting the Water Works Wonders campaign by donating prizes to be given away. Each child must be reg- istered in order to partici- pate. Prizes will be given registered and registration on-site groups). The Water Works Wonders event is one of thou- sands of events being held across the country this year to increase participation in boating and fishing, and pro- mote aquatic stewardship. The Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery supports this yearly event by setting aside one pond stocked with catfish and bream specifically for this event. All other ponds on the hatchery are used in var- ious studies and programs and should not be used. In the spirit of the Water Works Wonders campaign - to increase awareness and to participate in fishing, away at 9:50 a.m. or between participation in fishing and Registration forms may be the two fishing groups (pre- boating. 30tr; .... Selection was based on the individual's exemplary duty performance, job knowledge, leadership qualities, significant self- improvement, and other specific achieve- ments and notable accomplishments. Fletcher is a senior nurse executive assigned to the 81st Medical Group, Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. She has more than 19 years of military service. Flethcer is the daughter of Air Force retired Master Sgt. Jim and Marion P. Owen of Upper Glass Bridge Road, LaGrange. Her husband, Gregory, is the son of Vermont G. Fletcher of Harvey, La. The lieutenant colonel is a 1976 graduate of Troup High School, LaGrange, and a 1981 graduate of Valdosta State College. She earned a master's degree in 1990 from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. to Miss Suttle on June 1st. We wish Monad Dean and them many, many more! Grenard Bynum, A very special happy united in marriage birthday to Keioshna Mesha Porter on her 8th birthday on , May 31st. Remember that I The bride .... love you. From Mr. Stanley of Mr. and (Deborah) of Greenville and Timothy (Lisa) of Augusta. The ts the son of Ms. of Greenville Greenie Bynum of wish them love  Sorry to report that Freeman of is a at ;peedy Porter of Hogansville. Birthday greetings go out to: Sontreon Tonmecia, daughter of Ms. Sonya Addle; Ms. Debora Brown, Mr. Albert Dean, Mr. Darron Dean, Ms. Gloria O. Easter, Mr. Robert Hines, Mr. Jerome Nalls, Corey B. Parks, son of Ms. Sharon Dean. Ashley Parks, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosette) Thompson, Sr., Mr. Derrick Patterson, Brooke Elise Portress, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Portress, Mr. Dennis Rhodes, Ms. Vickey Rutledge, Charles Sanders, in memory of Mr. Leonard Sewell, in memory of Mrs. Brazola Stanley, Mr. James Edward Stewart, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Elean) Stewart, Mr. and Beth Maxwell presented San Fuller with his during this time. The Adult Choir special music May 25 was "Whatever You Are" with piano accom- panist Mrs. Lynn Campbell. This was sung especially for the high school graduates. That night, they began the Sunday night choir again for the summer as AWANA has completed their year. We had as our speaker in the morning service, Chris Hobbs of the Georgia Baptist Children's Homes and Family Ministries, Inc. That night, Rev. Harold Willis continued his Survey of the Bible with Williams, Caitlin Bowles, Cristin Howell, Linda Neese, Mavis Phillips, Nelson Cavalcante, Virginia Artley. Junel Anita Williams, Mr. and Mrs. David Gill, anniversary. cou- and Mrs. Tommie Davis on their 27; Mr. and Mrs. Stevens on L on May 29 and Mr. Cicero (Juanita) of the Week: sick, shut- in prayer. and Mrs. Lewis rid Patti attended May 19 at,Grace . This was recital of Mrs. Prine's pupils. Rhodes played on the piano. to the of 2003. We had and iO San Fuller, s and Micko . . rcI [' were recog- They _ ,ring the congrega- |-iV'|/, qYer time. They were d a devotional book June2 Alan Potter, Cole Calhoun, Grant Arrington, Kelly Freeman, Randal Williamson, Doe Phillips, Mr. Heather Pase, Lisa Wegienka, 4. int "itiz Lo - I tt, Chasity Posey, tO ()rl r ,Helen Terrell, OU lt)rtl vit;'. ,JodyMcDanml, Mr andMrs. om'Vis, anniversary. , pal ,![," al r an0r% Lee, Ashley k Robert "Red" Stewart, Mr. Roy "Pee-wee" Stewart, in memory of Mr. David Studstill, Kimaskia Mechez Thomas, Mr. James Walker, MYV White, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny (Sara) Allen, Ms. Melissa Wheelous, Ms. I_,aTonya Rhodes, in mem- ory of Mrs. Mamie Jones and Mr. Roger Williams. Bethlehem Baptist Church, St.Marks communi- ty invites everyone to attend their annual Church Anniversary on Sunday, June 8 at 11:30 a.m. Come and praise God with us. Vacation Bible School will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks on June 9 through 13 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. All youths in the sur- rounding communities are invited to attend. Rev. Lucy Stanley is director. Seed for Thought: Success in marriage is more than finding the right person; it's being the right person. Philippians. We will have a VBS Blitz Visitation May 31. "The Great Kingdom Caper: Cracking the Character Code" is this year's theme of our Vacation Bible School that begins on Sunday, June 1 and ends Friday, June 6. VBS is for ages 3-12. Transportation is avail- able for ages five and up by calling the church office at 637-8731. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church located at 500 East Main Street. Concerned About Your Parents ? The everyday routine has become too much for them but a nursing home isn't what they need. With your busy schedule, you can't help as much as you'd like. For their com- fort and safety, Roosevelt Place is the answer. They provide cooking, cleaning, and a social life full of activities. 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