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HOGANSViLLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 8, 2000 - PAGE 7A , Lone O00-St. Marks News us children for a on their 29th on June 12. We wish them many, many more! train them in His way, Happy birthday wishes go bye them and to teach out to the following people: Mr. Darren Black, son of Ms. Leonia 'follow andobey. Black, Ms. Cessinee Dean, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Frank to Carl (Alice) Dean, Jr., Ms. Sharon who graduated Nicole DeatL Mrs. Deborah High school. The Brown, Mr. Travis Colton, Ms. Barbara Annette Addle, Rashad the Tara Stadium in Cameron, son of Mr. and Mrs. He is the son Willie (Angela) Cameron, Ms. '.and Mrs. Carlton (Heidi) Ollie Beatrice Fitten, Joseph of Rex. Also, the Antonio Hines, Mr. Konrad Ms. Janie Ellis. Hines, Ms. Addle Mae Lundy, Mr. Freddie Foster, DeAndr6 Terez, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. families of Mrs. Charles (Emma Jean) Hawkins, Beasley Davis of Ms. Zelda Hines, Mrs. Louise formerly of Lone Oak; Hines, Mr. Larry Elliot Leigh I, Grissom Frederick Lowe II, nephew of formerly of Ms. Debbie Lowe, Mrs.Annette and Mrs. Wilma Phillips, Dereka Brown, Mr. of Luthersville in Mike Purgason, Ms. Emma Lou deaths. No one under- Glanton, Mrs. Cora Hines, Mr. like Jesus. Joe Rosser, son of Ms. Ellen Irene Rosser of Rosser, Mr Tyrone Tigner, is restingin Alvista Dominique Rashay Colton, in Greenville. granddaughter of Ms. Arvella forget that Sunday is Colton, Jasmine Harris, grand- Day! daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Teiry Hines, Sr., Mr. ANNIVERSARY Jeffery Parks, Mr. Wayne out to the following cou- Malcolm, Mr. Justin Grady, Ms. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joyce Miller and Mr. Jamie ; Mr. and Mrs. Wheelous. (Mary) Owens on their lst; Mr. and Mrs. ) Pritchett on ; Mr. and Mrs. (Shandra) Rhodes on on June 7 and Mr. and t Foster WAY ORS, INC. :-20 Van 31,000 mi. d owner =8,900 Nissan Maxima All Power Bose System -'98 & '97 Jaguar X-J6 Loaded, Special Warranty s23,900 WE'RE SORRY TO report that Mr. Willie Oscar Rosser of Lone Oak is still a patient at WGMC. We wish him a speedy recovery! The New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, Lone Oak, invites everyone to their annual Men's Day Program on Sunday, June 11 at 11:00 a.m. with guest speaker, Rev. Emmitt Clark, associate pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church, Grantville. Rev. T.D. Brown is the pastor. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL will be held at Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks Community on June 12 through 16 from 4:30 to 6:30 iaily. All children are invited to attend. Rev. Lucy Stanley is director, Rev. C.A. Black is the pastor. The White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to their annu- al Men's Day Program on Sunday, June 18 at 11:00 a.m. with guest speaker, Rev. Walter Black of East Point. Rev. W.E. Geter is the pastor and Rev. George Beasley, associate pas- tor. OAK RIDGE . Church, Greenville invites everyone to their Dedication Service for the new Fellowship Hall on Sunday, June 18 at 3:00 p.m. with guest speaker, Bishop Othal H. Lakey, Presiding Prelate of the Sixth Episcopal District. Rev. Valerie McNeill is the pator. Seed for Thought: Children may not inherit their parents' talents, but they will absorb their values. Whitworth Motors ge Nita Waldrop Graduates at Samford Nita Kay Waldrop of HogansviUe has received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Samford University. Samford University awarded degrees to 880 seniors from 25 states and three foreign nations during Commencement May 20. Samford enrolls some 4,500 students from more than 40 states and 30 nations. Corp., a leader in the manufacturer of specialty fasteners has entry level our Davenport Screw Machine Department. Duties would include working to Joad raw material and check products. candidate would possess strong mechanical skills, have a high school diplo- and be able to work any shift. ' is $8;00/hr. with a 90 clay probation period. Benefits after probation include, pay, 11 holidays, health and dental plan, 401k, and monthly Incentlve plan $100.00, depending on plant wide operating results. If you your mechanical abilities you may be eligible to move to machine with a salary increase up to $10.00/hr. at (days or evenings) or send resume to: Groov-pln Corp. Scott Bunn, Plant Manager Shenandoah Industrial Park 39 Herring Rd Newnan, GA 30265 Fax: (770) 251-7626 Recreation Department Sponsors Summer Lunch Once again the Hogansville Recreation Department will, as in past years, administer the summer playground lunch pro- gram to children ages 6-12. The summer playground programs will offer a diversified fun, safe and supervised environment for the children of Hogansville. No fee is required to become active in the program. Parents may register their child by sim- ply filling out an application beginning the first week of activities. The summer playground lunch program will be conduct- ed for an eight-week period, beginning June 5 and ending on July 28. It will be held Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the old gym located on the campus of the Hogansville Elementary School. LINDA GATES WILL super- vise the field and lunch activi- ties for the Recreation Department. Linda has been a part of this summer program for the last 14 years. The Recreation Department believes the playground pro- gram helps children learn to interact with each other in a positive manner. The children learn to use social skills and gain confidence in themselves. This program is a very impor- tan't part of our overall program activities. In addition, the lunch por- tion of the program will pro- vide nutritious lunches pre- pared in LaGrange and funded through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. STARTED IN 1969 the sum- mer program has come a long way in quantity and quality of lunches. Today's youngsters will receive on a daily basis milk, including chocolate milk, a 100% fruit drink, fruit and a serving of meat that will include, among other things, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, chicken or ham. The only condition for this meal is that it must be consumed at the playground to prevent waste. In addition to the meals, children ages 6-12 will be involved in many fun activities during this eight-week pro- gram. Games such as kickball and softball will be played. Arts and crafts will be taught and in years past this part of the pro- gram is enjoyed by all the boys and girls that attend. THE CHILDREN WILL also enjoy supervised field trips to LaGrange. They will join hun- dreds of other young people from Troup County in the "Just Apply In Person 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. 1-85, Exit 28, Hogansville Say No" Rally at Troup High School. A trip to the TRAC roller skating rink is also planned as part of the summer playground program. Trips to the Hogansville Library will be conducted as part of a reading program spon- sored by the local library. The children will attend a jazz dance performance by the Hogansville Jazz Dancers under the direction of Clarissa Jenkins. Again, the Hogansville Recreation Department invites all local youngsters in the area to join in on the fun. For addi- tional information call us at the Hogansville Recreation Department 637-4427. 02 s=o /. 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