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Pro-School Registration Set Pre-school classes for Meriwether County children who are four by September 1st are available at Woodbury, Mountain View, Greenvil, and UniW Elementary sOhools. Although some sites are already full, children will be put on a waiting list. Parents who have not yet registered their child can do so at their school or by calling Maggie Bowden or Gaff Jones at 672-4297. They will need a certified copy of each child's birth cer- tificate and social security card. The school programs are fund- ed by the Georgia Lottery so there is no charge to parents. Breakfast, lunch and trans- portation are provided free of cost. Watermelon Festival Planned Warm Springs will host the third anual Watermelon Fesitval June 19-20 from 10-8 Saturday arid 10-6 Sunday. The festival will feature local crafts, children's booths, buggy rides, entertainment, food and lots of watermelon. For more information, call 1-800-FDR-1927 or visit the web site at www.warmsprings.org. Old South Farm Day Scheduled Old South Farm Day, an annual event originated by for- mer Talbot County Extension Agent Paul Bulloeh, will be held in Woodland Saturday, June 19 beginning at 9 a.m. The gala expedition is endorsed by Old South Farm Museum, Georgia Old Time Plow Club, West Georgia Two Cylinder Club,  Woodland Volunteer Fire Department, Talbot County Chamber of Commerce, So-Wega Big Wheeler, and Talbot County Farm Bureau. Admission is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for children that includes a trip through Paul Bulloch's renowned farm muse- am. Features of the Old South I I II I I IIIII llll COME TO WORK FOR US AS A CARTER EMPLOYEE A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES Jobs Available For Pickers, Packer, Stickarars No Experience Necessary Third Shift 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. (Sunday Night thru Thursday Night) Includes Shift Premium As a Carter Employee you will have an opportunity for excellent earnings through our Incentive pay plan and a competitive benefit package. Apply Mondays thru Thursdays 7:00 s.m. until 12:00 noon and 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The William Carter Company 67 Industrial Road Hogansville, GA EEO/AA I I II III III Farm Day include various types of old and antique farm machin- ery, wagon rides, pony rides, live country music and over 2,000 items on display. Several food vendors will be on hand to supply various home cooked foods to those attending. Contact Paul or Pam Bulloch for more information at 706-674- 2706 or 706-674-2894. FR Tech Plans Child Training Flint River Technical Institute m Thomaston is host- ing two upcoming training classes on child care. The first, June 12 from 9-3, will be on family child care rules and regulations for child care providers, unregulated provi- ders, parests and foster parents. Participants will receive five Department of Human Resources approved clock hours upon completion of this training. The second, June 19, will be on nutrition awareness for child care providers, unregulated providers, Head Start and pre- K staff, parents and foster par- ents. Participants receive four DHR clock hours for this class. To register for either class, call 706-646-6215 or 1-800-613- 8546. Free Blood Pressure Checks Upson Regional Medical Center will be taking free blood pressures at the Lewis Jones Food Market in Manchester, Friday, June 18 from 9:30 a.m. to noon and from I p.m. to 4:30 p.m. This monthly service is pro- vided through the hospital's EduCate Outreach Program as a means of promoting wellness and community health educa- tion. Thomaston Sets Daylily Show Thomaston's Third Annual Daylily Show will be held Sunday, June 6 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at Flint River Technical Institute, 1533 Highway 19 South, Thomaston, (Building B). The show is sponsored by Flint River Daylily Society. The public is invited and admission is free. There will also be a plant sale to support the club's activities. Fun, Learning Center to Open The "Fun and Learning Center," a non-profit organiza- tion, is opening an education and activity center in Shiloh for pub- lic school students June 17 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The center will be in the old school building in Shiloh on Highway 116. The center will offer help with homework, projects, research, studying for gradua- tion and SAT tests, and provide internet access There will also be a teen Bible club and children's story time with skits. For _more information, call Tyron and Charlie Mae Ferrell at 846-2031, Paul and Gloria Copeland at 846-9461or Mac and Carla Hubbard at 846-2472. Library Storyame Schedule Is Set All preschoolers are invited to attend the Hogansville Library's Summer Reading Club programs during June and July. The "Pre-School Storytime" for ages three to five at Hogansville Public Library is scheduled to begin again in August. Brown Remfion Plmmed June 26 PUBLIC MEETING The City of Lone Oak hereby gives notice that the City of Lone Oak will hold a public meeting on July 12, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. in the town hall in Lone Oak. The purposes of this public meeting are to: 1. Inform the public of the need for improvements to the City's water system. 2. To comply with section 391-3-5 of Georgia's Rules for Safe Drinking Water (and amendments thereto). 3. To encourage public involvement in the development of a plan to improve the water system. The public meeting will attempt to identify public preferences for alternative methods of improving the City's water facilities. These alternatives will be evaluated and included in the City's Facilities Plan and Environmental Information Document, the major planning document covering'the water system. Public participation is considered essential to the selection and development of the final plan to be adopted prior to its final approval by the State of Georgia, Department of Natural Resources. Liberty Hill Antiques 301 Highway 29,South Hogansville This-n-That, Odds-n-Ends Come see what you'll find. Will include some store fixtures and an old safe. 706-637-5522 Thur., Fri., Sat. June 10-12 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. On Saturday, June 26, the descendants of Isham and Ann Brown whose children were Zedock, Bud, Mary, Vella, Cynthia and Sally will meet at the Woodland Community Building in Woodland. Come, bring a covered dish and all the family. We are planning for a big day with kinfolks. Due to the new system for Meriwether we do not have es for most of the local Therefore, we are asking ily members to help word. 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