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PAGE 8 Ho,;\\;_xs\ 1Li HOME NEWS - MAY 31, 2001 [ii /,, [i' F, Rive g00dmy Ob mt r e CentM of otton M_a_nch "gh ay High ter HI Callaw GreenviUe High Photos By J. Dan Stout SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT - Hogansville Mayor Wilson St. Clair (left) and city cour Larry Dorrough were part of the record crowd at the city's Memorial Day services on Bottom Photo: Troup County Sheriff's Color Guard presented colors and a 21-gun salute. Receive $1,000 Scholastic Several seniors in Troup and surrounding counties have been selected this year in recog- nition of outstanding achieve- ment, intellectual ability, char- acter and promise of future con- tribution to society to receive a $1,000 Temple-Inland Foundation Scholastic OUT JOBS ,/Machine Operator ,/Production (Heavy Lifting) ,/Meat Cutter (1 Year Experience) " Machine Operator (with Auto CAD) ,/Machine Operator (Rotating Shifts) / Warehouse Positions (Temporary) " Customer Service Reps. ,/Administrative Assistant (Must have Excel) CHASE STAFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com Achievement Award. The two recipients from Callaway High School are Jennifer Amanda Aldrich and Jia Lin He. The two recipients from LaGrange High School are Esta Charis Acree and Benjamin Scott Jones. The two recipients from Troup High School are Lacy Rae Price and Halyce Christina Hatch. $1,000 awards are granted to the top two graduating sen- iors from high schools located throughout the operating areas of Temple-Inland, Inc. This year, 1,116 seniors from 558 schools will receive the awards. This brings the 12-year Scholastic Awards funding total to $11 million. With nearby offices in Heard County, Temple-Inland Forest manages several thousand acres of tim- berland in surrounding coun- ties and is a purchaser of pulp- wood and sawtimber in the region. The company is also an important producer of liner- board, lumber and banking services. Additionally, top students in Carroll, Coweta, Harris, Heard, Meriwether and Pike Counties of Georgia, as well as Randolph and Cleburne Counties of Alabama will each Temple-Inland award this school year. Jia Lin He Bible School, Parade Corinth Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School June 4-8 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. There ,,,,,ill be a kickoff parade held' at 1:30. PRESTIGE MORTGAGE offers a variety of programs: 1001o Purchase Construction Loans 1st Time Buyer Competitive Jumbo Refinance Loans TRCi JER ,%ni,,r Motga.,e ('on.ulhm ff you're thinking about building, PRESTIGE MORTGAGE can provide your construction loan and your pem'tarmt loan with money down! Call Traci Jeter today for  prequalificafion. O'o@ 6a'/00 Pace For Pro With Extra! Extra! Read it! McSpot, the Public Library's Readin moved into his do library. He loves to one who comes ted at the Don't miss out ful storytellers, i es, and fun mer. Schedules are the library and Librarian, Debbie be glad to explain points and ing. To kick off our fines will due books returned Cixdl are guests at PRESTIGE MORTGAGE 1 1869 East Main St. Suite B, Hogansvitle GA 0-85 Exit 28, Hummingbird Station) p.m. to 7:00 p.m. the "PJ (wear your you want ) Paulsen reads during story time from 6:00 p.m. on June 5 at welcome storyteller, June 7 from 3:00 to the Senior Center.