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PAGE 6-A HOU,L&apos;qSVIU; ttoML NEWS - Tucu<bJoaY, MA 30, 2002 Anderson Family Reunion Planned for June 14-16 Anderson family reunion will be held June 14-16. On day 1, the Anderson family will hold their first banque at Unity Elementary School in Luthersville on June 14. The banquet will begin at approximately 6:00 p.m. We are asking all fam- ily members and friends to please come and be a part of this event Tickets are $7.00. On Saturday, June 1S, we will be journeying over to the Byrd's Nest on College Street in Luthersville for a day of fun. The time will be 12:00 p.m. - until. This will be a big cookout with DJs Bennie Pope and Willie Lewis Harris of Alvaton. A "first cousin" reunion will be held at the home of Glenda Cannon, 2233 Hwy. 54 in Moreland on June 16. We are ask- ing all families to bring your own picnic baskets. Name tags will be provided for you. If any family members would like to purchase T-shirts, please call Priscilla Boddie at 706-672-0061 or Glenda Cannon at 770-254-8083. We are looking forward to seeing you at each one of these events. DEATHS t Todd Cavender April 3, 1973 - May 24, 2002 Steven Todd Cavender, 29, of West Point, died May 24th of injuries received in an automobile accident in Troup Count? The funeral service was conducted May 26 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jackie Taylor and the Reverend James Adams officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Rodney Smith, Scotty Allen, Timothy Allen, Chris Allen, Shane Spradlin, Michael Nauss, and Andy Kelley. Born April 3, 1973 in I_Grange, Mr. Cavender had lived in Troup County all of his life and had attended Troup High School. He attended Roper Heights Baptist Church in West Point and was employed as a truck driver for Holliday Construction Company in Greenville. Survivors include his wife, Brandi Butler Cavender of LaGrange; his mother, FYankie Blair Bum1 and her husband, Mike, of West Point; his father, Steve Cavender and his wife, Lauree, of LaGrange; two brothers, Mark Cavender and his wife, Kelly, and Michael R. Bunn, Jr., all of West Point; one stepsister, Elissa Williams, and her husband, Tim, of kaGrange; his step-grandmother, Inez Bunn of Franklin; and four nephews. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. Chatt-Flint Board to Today at 6:30 in Franklin The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Board of Directors will meet Thursday, May 30th be at 6:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in The agenda will include regular business items. are open to the public. Please call Kathy at 706-675-6721, ext. 101 to tional information. Pursley Finishes As Cryptologic Navy Seaman Recruit Richard J. Pursley, a 2001 ate of Callaway High School, recently graduated from HONORI=D - Eugenia Altman is the recipient of the 2001 Cryptologic Technician (Operator) School at Naval Michael Eugene Underwood, Jr. Spirit Award. She received Training Center Curry Station, Pensacola, Fla. this honor at the Manchester High School Band Banquet he'd May 00ath Euge00'a has bee00 a tied'cared 00em" i[ I berof the Flag Corps for the past three years. We are very News proud of her and wish her the best in all that she does. Meredith Rhodes Honored By Kathy Rogers At GCA Awards Assembly Moun.,ie United Methodist Women met at the home' By Patti Phillips Meredith Rhodes received an Outstanding Cooperative Student Team Player Award as she demon- strated outstanding Christian character and integrity dur- ing her fifth grade year 2001- 2002. This was from her teacher, Mrs. Candice Huscusson on May 23. During the GCA Awards Assembly, she received the AAA Award of Merit School Safety Patrol for having served as a loyal and valu- able member of the School Safety Patrol, helping to pro- tect schoolmates from traf- fic dangers. She also received a GCA Citizenship Award in recognition of exemplary behavior throughout the 2001-2002 school year. Meredith was placed on the ?fiB Honor Roll as she has achieved a high standard of academic excellence by maintaining an :VB grade average. She also was award- ed a patch for P.E. Meredith is the daughter of Andy and Beverly Rhodes of Brooks. Her maternal grandparents. Lewis and Mavis Phillips and aunt, Patti Phillips, reside in Hogansville. Her paternal grandparents, George and aoAnn Rhodes reside in Lynn Haven, Florida. Also during Awards Assembly, Thomas (Andy) Rhodes received the GCA Outstanding Service Award. This honor is bestowed upon him in recognition of and in appreciation for faithful and devoted service in being a helpful dad for Mrs Huscusson's 5th grade class. Grace Christian Academy (GCA) is located in Fayetteville. Helen Thrash on May 13. UV President Alma Wood o the meeting with a devotion, "Keep a Going." Members participating in the meeting included: Fincher, Jean Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Pike, Rogers, Helen Thrash. Mae Towns, Susan Whitlock, and Wood. all of Mountville. Jean Mote presented the secretary's report, which approved as read. Members discussed the upcoming revival which held at the Mountville United Methodist Church The group also discussed Vacation Bible School, which is be held on June I at the Mountville United Methodist The program was turned over to of the program was "Esther: The Courage to Act." presented a vivid account of Esther's dilemma. two intertwined stories. One was Esther's Haman, second only to her husband the king to murder the king. Another evil plot was Haman's pla exterminate the Jewish people. The story tells of courageous approach to thwart both of these heinous Through her inner strength, love of God, loyalty, and courage she was able to put a halt to both of evil plans. Esther's courage to act saved both the king, the Jewish nation from destruction and death. President Wood adjourned the meeting. Helen Thrash served refreshments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meetin a luncheon at the Taste of Lemon June 10, hosted Towns. Time To Make A Change 1103 Highway 34 675-8558 637-6621 0000rrvIco 706-637-9468 Beeper: 1-800-312-3229 637-8400 Try the BIG "TRA rlk i We sen@e what we sell! H & H Builders Commercial arid Residential Remodeling * Concrete Work Terry Hester 706-884-2724 BODY SHOP * GLASS SHOP AUTO REPAIR QUALITY WORK IN RECORD TIME ".1511 HAMILTON RD . PO BOX 1171 \\; LAGRANGE. 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