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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2005 Cri.mestoppers Board Seeks Tips on The Troup County Crime Stoppers board met Thursday night and approved one reward totaling $50 to caller code 9427 on informa- tion given in a warrant. ,. If you are this caller code you should call Crime Stoppers again at 812-1000 to" receive information on how to collect your reward. Troup County Sheriff's Office investigators are ask- ing for your help in identify- ing the person or persons who committed a burglary at 2934 Mobley Bridge Road. The theft occurred between May 28 and 31. A DVD player, a microwave oven and a home stereo were stolen during the incident. Also, information is sought in help identifying the person or persons who com- mitted a residential burglary at 1894 Salem-Chipley Road. Several items were taken, including a computer, DVD player, an X-Box computer game system with games and several DVD movies. The theft took place May 12. Investigators are seek- ing the identity of the person or persons involved in the theft of jewelry from 496 Kimbrough Road sometime between May 7' and 20. If you have any infor- mation about these crimes, or CROWD PLEASERS - Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver are expected to thrill the audience this weekend at Hoofer's. Inspired Sounds Bluegrass Weekend Gets Underway at Hoofer's Gospel Barn A big bluegrass weekend singing is scheduled for Hoofer's Qospel Barn on the Hogansville Road in LaGrange this Thursday through Sunday. Tim Graves and Rarely Herd will host the concert. Performing on Thursday will be Doyle Lawson & Quick Silver, Tim Graves & Cherokee, Steep Canyon Rangers and Josh Crowe. On Friday, Tim Graves & Rarely Herd will top the line- up with guest groups includ- ing Melvin Goins & Windy Mountain Boys, Journey's End, Rarely Herd and Tater Hill. The Larry Stephenson Band will headline the Saturday show with Melvin loias & Windy Mountain Boys, Tim Grakres & Cherokee, Everette Brothers, NewFound Road and Rarely Herd performing two shows daily. Hoofer's Restaurant will be open with its seafood buf- fet. IIDPULAR GROOP- Ne. / -,---i,. --_'! , oneof. many performers at Hoofer's this weekend. any other crime, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. ! ? ; , i i;{iiiiiii;i!iii!!iiiii!!i!iiii!!!:?::::!!::::iii!(!!ii::i!i:!:;iiii::!:i`i;/!!i! :ii:iiiiiiil ::ii:{:i!:!:ii:ii!: I tl Campbell Advances With Navy Meriwether's QM2 Joshua T. Campbell was recently advanced to the Rank and paygrade of E-5 in the United States Navy. He scored in the 89th per- centile of the entire Navy, and his raw score was 12 points higher than the Navy aver- age. It only took Campbell two and a half years to reach this rank and paygrade. Campbell is a 2002 grad- uate of Greenville High School. He is the son of Philbert and Sheila Campbell Jenkins, and the brother of Taddius Jenkins all of Woodbury. He joined the Navy in  2002. Stationed aboard the guided mis- sile ,cruiser USS Anzi0 (CG-68) based in Norfolk, he Campbell is currently operating in the Baltic Sea near Germany and Finland, where they are conducting NATO operations with over 50 different NATO ships, get- ting prepared to better them- selves for the war on terror- ism. While over in the Baltic Sea they will port in numer- ous countries. Happy birthday to the seniors at the Senior Center, includ- ing Patsy Bonner, June 4; Faye Hobbs, June 6; and Carl Bennett, June 8. *Monday and Wednesday activities will be walking, board games and exercise. .Tuesday seniors can enjoy Bingo, walking, board games and celebrate Flag Day. -Thursday quilting will be happening, along with walk- ing, Bingo and board games. .Friday is movie day, with walking and board games to be enjoyed. TAKE COMFORT in a retirement communi!y that takesyour needs to heart. Let's face it, we would all like to retire in comfort and Vernon Woods Retirement Community is a place where you can do just that. Our unique independent and assisted living community was designed specifically to meet your needs, while being surprisingly affordable. We offer beautiful surroundings, safety and security, freedom from home maintenance, a wonderful sense of conmmnity and so much more. We invite you to come and see for yourself the wonderful lifestyle that our cgmmunity has to offer. Call us at (706) 812-2899 to schedule a visit or visit us online at www.vernonwoods.com and use our "affordability calculator" to determine your budget. Find comfort at Vernon Woods. WOODS Rettremont Community Affiliated with West Georgia Health System t 101 Vernon Woods Drive LaGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 812-2899 www.vernonwoods.com E,,,,,.,