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June 8, 2000

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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 8, 20b0 - PAGE 5ik T1zanks To All Those Who Helped Ce00igeorate bear Editor: We wanted to take a moment to offer a words of thanks to all those who helped • ake our Memorial Day celebration such a SUccess. To Donnie Turner and the Troup County Department; Rev Harold Willis, Steve Langford, Bill Stankiewicz and McKibben for the program; to Patrick and Gaby's Card for the reception and his other efforts; Tommy Thrower and all newspapers and churches who helped the ceremony; Glenda Gordon for g the town for the occasion. But most of all and above all, to the vet- erans of Hogansville, young and old, who once again answered the call to honor the fallen, especially Dr. Evan Molyneaux, Mr. Will Wright and Lance Corp. Jay Spradlin, USMC. Thanks to all for making this year's cer- emony one of the best ever and hoping to see everyone again next year. Hogansville Chamber of Commerce Bible School at Antioch Baptist Vacation Bible School will be held at Antioch Baptist Church Saturday, June 10th from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for ages three and up. The theme is Road Rally 2000. Chamber of Commerce Meet There will be a meeting for the Troup-Hogansville Chamber of Commerce this Thursday night, June 8 at 7:00 at the HogansviUe Library. This is an open invitation to the public. SpringtieZd VBS Vacation Bible School will be held at Springfield Baptist Church in Hogansville June 12- 16 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Rev. Joseph McGuire pastor. Editor's Note: Deadline fin items of interest is 5 p.m Monday prior to run date. HARWELL, BROWN & ARNALL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mafl2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brown OF IDEAS: Students in Mrs, Duke's enrichment class at Hogansville Elementary have had recently completed work on the school's new outdoor bird-watching classroom. (L- Natalie Brown, Sarah Austin, Toccoa Parker. Front: Hilary Caswell, Jessica u 00tte00d In Anticipation of Relocating a Medical Practice to Hogansville Plaza Shopping Center Invites Everyone to an Saturday, June 10, 2000 • 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. at clinic, Hogansville Plaza, Hwy. 29 North • Health System Maxwell. rings Scheduled Schools' Budget Troup County Board of has scheduled a of public hearings to dis- Is proposed school year budget. hearings will be held Elementary June 8 at 7:00 p.m., at Point Elementary School p.m., and prior June 1S regularly sched- at Administrative Center, 200 Mooty Road, LaGrange, at 6:30 law specifically the Board to hold a public hearings growth in the tax digest from the revaluation of property and the millage rate is not rolled back," said Del Parker, the system's Chief Financial Officer. "The Board needs the growth from revaluation of property to help balance its budget, especially with the 41.5% increase in the employ- er's contribution to each teacher's health insurance pre- mium," added Parker. "Total digest growth is pro- jected to be 5.8%, and growth included from the revaluation of property from the prelimi- nary digest is projected to be 1.5%," added Parker. Set Rewards Board of Directors for Troup County Crime Stoppers met night and approved three rewards for a total $225.00. caller with code number 4997 should call the Crime pick up their reward. gave deputies from the Troup County Sheriff's Office on the location of a person wanted on seven out- warrants, That caller was approved for a $50 reward. caller with code number 4902 gave LaGrange Police the another person wanted on outstanding warrants. That Was approved for a $100 reward. caller with code number 5026 also gave LaGrange Police a person wanted on warrants. That caller will $100 reward. 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