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...___ HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - JUNE 17, 1999 - PAGE S Wilma Hudson Adventures youngest son, Charles, an extraordinary L admitted that we could eas- make a meal of it. Hummus spelled homos) is a , Middle Eastern can be made in or food processor.It served as a dip or can is available already pre- round plastic contain- l.many groceries or as a to combine with warm : and olive oil. I prefer to make scratch and have sev- Most require paste, which is called and in health food a little expensive. following recipe, using peanut butter (which is SWeetened) is very tasty and are readily Butter Pound cooked or canned beans cup natural peanut but- I to 2 tablespoons lemon or to taste 2 garlic cloves, peeled tablespoons olive or :oil, more to drizzle small saucepan over heat, add beans with and heat for 5 minutes. and add to food proces- butter, lemon garlic and 3 tablespoons or peanut oil. Process until Add salt to taste and ff desired. serving bowl and driz- With a little olive oil. Serve Bean Hunnnus ,16-ounce can black beans, ,16-ounce can butter beans, garlic clove, minced teaspoon ground cumin tablespoons tahini seed paste, available and some ) lemon juice olive oil and pepper to taste cffantro for black beans, butter garlic, cumin, tahini, uice and olive oil in food bowl; blend together Season to taste with salt )er; cover and chill. cflantro and serve crudit6s and crackers. more traditional hum- blend: can garbanzo beans, Pine Ridge Mobile Home Communlt garlic to taste ) tahini , cup lemon juice (or less) : cup olive oil new recz that we liked Appetizer. Bowman of moved here from City, Texas, three to be near her three This is a family "I always have some freezer to serve with she wrote. Cups grated raw zucchini ) buttermilk baking mix cup finely chopped onion cup freshly grated or Romano cheese tablespoons chopped pars- teaspoon salt of pepper teaspoon crushed Small clove garlic, minced cup vegetable oil eggs, beaten 9-inch-square baking set aside. zucchini, baking Onion, cheese, parsley, salt, oregano, garlic, oil and and pour into a greased 2- shallow baking, disk Bake minutes (reduce temper- 25 degrees if using oven- dish). Let cool and squares if serving as a or into small diagonal if serving as an appetizer. Co mun'" Storytime to Begin in August All preschoolers are invit- ed to attend our Summer Reading Club programs during June and July. Our "Pre-School Storytime" f@r ages three to five at Hogansville Public Library is scheduled to begin again in August. Hogansville Public Library hours during daylight savings time are from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday and from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday. Pre-School Registration Set Pre-school classes for Meriwether County children who are four by September 1st are available at Woodbury, Mountain View, Greenville, and Unity Elementary schools. 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 Gall 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. Old South Farm Day Scheduled Old South Farm Day, an annual event originated by for- mer Talbot County Extension Agent Paul Bulloch, will be held in Woodland Saturday, June 19 beginning at 9 a.m. The gala , e 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- um. Features of the Old South 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 Pare Bunoch for more information at 706-674- 2706 or 706-674-2894. - FR Tech Plaits Child Training Flint River Technical Institute in Thomaston is host- ing a training class on nutrition awareness June 19. The class is for child care providers, unregulated providers, Head Start and pre-K staff, parents and foster parents. Participants receive four DHR clock hours for this class. To register, call 706-646-6215 or 1.800-613-8546. 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 EduCare Outreach Program as a means of promoting wellness and community health educa- tion. Fun, Learning Center Planned The "Fun and Learning Center," a non-profit organiza- tion, is planning an education and activity center in Shiloh for public school students. A meet- ing to discuss organizing the center will be held June 17 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The meeting 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 Mac Ferrell at 846-2031, Paul and Gloria Copeland at 846-9461 or Mac and Carla Hubbard at 846-2472. Brown Reunion Plannexl June 26 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 plan- ning for a big day with kinfolks. Due to the new numbering system for Meriwether County, we do not have correct address- es for most of the.local peoDle. Therefore, we are asking fam- ily members to help spread the word. We will be expecting you. Pine Mountain S.4.E to Meet The Pine Mountain Chapter of the Society of American Foresters (S.A.F.) will have their third meeting of the year at Blanton Creek Park (Georgia Power) north of Columbus Thursday, June 17 beginning at 6p.m. The program portion of the meeting will be presented by Reggie Thaxston with the Department of Natural Resources, talking on the top- ics of forestry for wildlife part- nership and Georgia wild turkey update with a discussion on a new quaff initiative for property owners. Annual membership in the Pine Mountain Chapter of the S.A.F. is $10 and new and old members are always welcome and invited to attend. For additional directions, information, or to notify of attendance for meal purposes, please call Tom Lassiter, 706- 6.72-1354 or Larry Roberts, 706- 663-2291. Heath Bogart at Fun Fest he's coming to JuneFest 1999 on LaFayette Square in Historic Free Blood Pressure Checks Upson Regional Medical The FunFinder is coming to LaGrange for the BRAG fes- tivities! Heath Bogart is in search of fun and shares fun vacation ideas with others, so DISPATCHER The Meriwether County Board of Commissioners. is accepting applications for a Dispatcher. The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and be able to type 30 words per minute and experience in emergency dispatch. Applications may be obtained at the Commissioners Office at 100 Court Square in Greenville, Ca. The deadline for receiving applications is 5:00 p.m. on June 11, 1999. For more information call 672-1569. Downtown LaGrange on Saturday, June 19, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Bogart is with WSB-TV in Atlanta. The television station has partnered with the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism for the second summer to promote tourism in our state. They call this year's promo- tion "Summer of the Century" and Bogart will be traveling all around Georgia to find fun places to visit. The FunFinder will be giv- ing away free prizes, samples of products, tourism brochures, and general information about Georgia attractions both regionally and statewide. Some of the distributing sponsors are the Georgia Lottery, Dale's Seasoning, and GDITT. The public is invited to attend JuneFest 1999 and meet Bogart. Summer Food Service Program Community Action For Improvement, Inc. will sponsor Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) again this summer. The SFSP was established to ensure that children in needy areas would continue to receive nutritious meals during the school vacation that are com- parable to those who are served under National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs during the school year. Free meals are provided to all children at approved SFSP open or enrolled sites in areas with significant concentrations of low-income children. CAFI has been a sponsor of SFSP for the past ten years. Over 29;000 meals were served in the summer of 1998. Tht pr =' gram will provide free sack lunches to children 18 and under. Beginning Monday, June 14 to August 6, meals will be avail- able to all children without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. Meals will be served at 11:30 a.m. to !2:30 p.m. at the Head Start Center located at 607 J.D. Parham Drive. CAFI is requesting volun- teers who may be willing to help distribute the meals and super- vise the sites. Interested per- sons are requested to contact Jerome Anderson at (706) 884- 2651 for further information. Come Join Usl We oiler: New $, Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly devdoped Jots for rent We pride ourselves i Iing e lamily oriented community. Weare Ix:ated in .e quiet, smell town of Hogansville and are jus| one mile from 1-85. 706-637-8130 Special Olympic torch traveled down Main Street recently. Left to right are City Manager David Aldrich, Torch Carder, Michael Craig, David Wisniewski. .  ,:.. ,  ,:   . ii: :iii: ii::il ,:,   : .. , :: ... >k. ,  ,  . The City of Hogansville will be flushing fire hydPants on June 30, 1999 between 7:00 p.m. and midn!ght. Customers may xper=ence low water pressure uring this t!me. The City of Hogansville sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Splnks Brown Durand R E A L T O R S  1111 North Greenwood St. * LaGrange, Georgia 30240 "CALLTODAY LARGE ORSMALL ISELLTHEM ALL!" 1-800-537-HOME Ext. 168 Office: 706-884-5681 Home: 706-885-9131 Pager: 242-3104 ,.Vicki Sims .... Realtor@ List Your Home Today & Join My Interact Marketing Services. Buyers, view current listings & information about area. 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