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May 30, 2002

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HOGA.NSVIIJJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2002 t)A(;}: 3-,\\; I By Frances Robinson WORLD OF FUN - The Awana Club of the Antioch Baptist Church enjoyed a cookout at the church to celebrate end of the year for the club. All had a great time. By Frances Robinson E.:W/NNERS - Several youngsters won awards at the Awana Awards and Cookout held recently at Antioch y Church. Pictured above are Lori Boatman, Payton Hanner, Chum of the Year; Nicholas Staitt, Cubbie of Jh._  &apos;;Jacqalin Neese, Spark of the Year; Randy Bailey and Jacob Bonner, Pals of the Year; and Rev. Wesley .un m, Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church. Teachers: continue your education [nL summer at LaGrange College J Troup, Meriwether and Heard teachers now receive an M.Ed. tuition discount* :, :  w:/ for fimt session tha! begins M;y 30 !<:,., :Li !< ;,> >r', (.!;v;ses begin June 27 Call 800-593-2885 for more information Solve your love, health, I happiness, marriage, business, and i family problems immediately. Would you like to know how to find happiness, luck, success? Would you like to find out things about money I matters, work, business, and health? Do you seek love, fame and fortune? Do you know why you have failed Wile others have found their hearts desire? Make no mistake, see the one who knows! /f /ou ; ,r: :eed of helc , ar, d sound adwce, w;/t #. ; t,da/ L+ tie crpounity for which you've bemf7 w t  / 1 ]/soq /oJ Fa,te '.;een all the others and they have fiie<] 0000beth Ann Lobello Receives Degree, High Honors o,,,,, tatk tome. i Call (770) 254-8911 for an appointment. le ll6th Young Harris College the commencement address, and Dr. with high honors. 260 Bullsboro Drive Cement Exercise took place on Thomas S. Yow, III, President of Young Elizabeth is the daughter of Mr. and Clay, May 4th in the Hilda D. Glenn Harris CoLlege, conferred degrees upon Mrs. Kevin Lobello of Evans. Her titU when l52 students received the graduates, grandparents are Willow Helm of dergraduate degree s Elizabeth Ann Lobello received the Hogansville and Tom Lobello of Org' Senator Carol Ja,.kson gave Associate of Science in Business degree Jacksonville, Florida. rl Newnan, GA I Open Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. till 5:30 p.m. |t Closed Sunday ? ; ,  ..... 0 I=!CNlC. The Ingle's bingo group enjoyed, a c, oo. kout at the Robinson's farm . "1 ne group enjoyed cooking-out, fishing and mucn tun. BLUE GRASS IS COMING - The best in Blue Grass music is coming to Hoofer's .this weekend starting on Thursday attemoon througn aturday night. Such groups as Doyle Lawson & Qulver, pictured above, and Dr. Ralph Stanley pictured at left, along with the Larry Stephenson Band, Bullsboro, New Foundland, Blue Grass Strangers, Brushfire, Flatt and Struggling, Jake Landers, the Everett Bros., Josh Crowe Band, Georgia Bound and many more. Hoofers Restaurant will be open with the best in steaks and catfish. A con- cession is on campus along with RV hookups. Every week we help thousands of people