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> HOGANSVIIA,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2004 PAGE 5-A Grantville Day Celebration Starts Saturday June 12 In celebration {}i e-,rantville Day and I hell" fi ft h ~monthaversarv" as {)%vil,.,l's 0fNick's Pizza Stop {}i~ M~in ~ et in Grantvi]]e, Nick ~md Sasso have ann(}un(:t~d ~ew menu items to be i~]l~-o- dUced during special lunch on Grantville t)ay, June 12. "'We've made a point of our business in of helping revi- talize the Main Street busi- ness district and generally }ositive ch~mge in ." says Mrs. Sasso, chair of the Gral~tville ltiStoric Preservat i.n Commission. "Launching new items on Grantville Day seemed like a great way to work t{}ward all of those goals." The new menu selections include Chicken Fingers, Baklava (a sweet Greek pas- try,) Cinnamon Crisps (hot cinnamon cookies,) and new variations on Nick's popular Cheese Stix --- Hot Stix, Garlic Stix, and Pineapple Summer Stix. Nick's will also be ser~'ing an individual pizza, known as the "Pitza" for its pita bread crust. The Pitza has proven very popu- lal" dm'ing Nick's weekly F~iday lunch service and will be added to the dinner menu on Grantville Day. The Grantville "Villy" Cheese Steak Sub, formerly known as the Philly Cheese Steak, will also be available, as will Nick's new Hawaiian Cheese Steak. Main Street Merchants will be provided with "Nick's Train Treat" coupons for ran- dom distribution to Grantville Day patrons. The coupons can be exchanged for a free cheese Pitza or Cinnamon Crisps on Grantville Day (lunch or din- ner) ff presented within thir- ty minutes of the train blow- ing its whistle as it passes through Grantvflle. In support of the Grantville Day Art Competition, Nick's will be awarding an Honorable Mention prize certificate for free pizza, and offering dis- count coupons to all partici- pating artists. The three award-winningentrants will also be offered an opportuni- ty to display their artwork at Nick's during the week that follows Grantville Day. The competition's coordinator, Scott Palmer, is responsible for the unusual murals of his- Area Grace Duffey Ma~' 2t, 19,'i~ - ~fi~12~'~ 2, 2004 Attended National Senior Olympics Grace Green I)llfI,."," (~. {}f Hogansvflle, died Wednesday, JUne 2 at Florence it:,~d i i{}me in LaGrange. The funeral was held at 2 p.;H ~- 1'iday, June 4 in the chapel of the A. McKibben ~x~1 :,~,~s Funeral Home in Hogansville. Perry Duffev. :~l~i,}t~ Shivers and Helen Henry offi- ciated. Interment foll{}~'~ ,:d in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. 8 Pallbearers were ]