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HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2004 PAGE 3-A Flint River Daylily Show Called Success The eighth annual daylily show at the Flint River Technical Institute in Thomaston was a big success. Robert Corley of Thomaston won Best in Show with his unusual form entry of "Spider Miracle." Baker Hendricks of Woodland won the best seedling category. Maggie Bonner of Talbotton won the best youth award. Mike Barwick of Griffin won the best miniature and the best collection categories. "Toopie" Perkerson of Talbotton won best large flower, best small, best dou- ble, best spider, best off- scape and the sweepstakes award. The members of the }lint River Daylily Society want to thank all who came to view the daylilies and to buy plants. For more information about daylflies or how to join the club contact the club presi- dent Beverly Hendricks in Manchester at 846-9785. ~ubmated Photo LADLES - The Women of the Year are pictured here, along with keynote Brenda Hudson. Pictured are, left to right: Hudson; Brenda Clark, religion; Ona education; Cynthia Jenkins, Pioneer Award; Carolyn Taylor, business; and Janie civic/community. ble Group ttes Club Recognizes Women of the Year the Orchettes Civic and Social five women who have made to the community the Women of the Year program. In 2004 the club celebrated its S0th and the 21st annual Women of year's honorees were: religion, Pinson Clark; education, Ona Lee community/civic, Janie Bell Ellis; Carolyn Taylor; pioneer award, The 2004 program, held at Newnan Elementary School, was well attend- md inspirational, said Orchette Alice Brenda Hudson, principal of High school, was the speaker. about women who make a dif- The honorees were entertained with Salute the Cherubs Praise Dancers of 1 SOngs by Carlton Kendrick. Former hon- form a group known as Jasmines, recognized and presented tokens of the ceremony, a reception was Clark is a recording artist, and of Little People's Learning Center. was cited for her varied activities not but in numerous religious the ,community. &Ifm-d ~azet~h~ Xeachex in the. ~owcta ScHoot,Systetn and holdsan admin- gree. She is currently pursuing a advanced degree. Alford has worked dili- to help low achievers realize some success, and is a mentor to new Ellis, of Grantville, writes a news column several newspapers in Coweta and She can be relied upon to document illnesses, success stories, and even birthdays of hundreds of individuals. Ellis was cited for her community spirit. She helps the elderly in her neighborhood by running errands, and recently worked with a neighbor who needed transportation fol- lowing an automobile accident. Ellis can be relied upon to help anyone in a time of neces- sity. Taylor is a retired Coweta educator. She has taken a second career in the business world and is a successful representative of a prominent business which helps individu- als to prepare for education, life savings or other areas. She has expanded her business to the point she is in demand as a consultant to business and civic groups. She is an inspiration to young people who need to know how to prepare for education, saving, and life. Jenkins is the CEO of G3 Communities, a non-profit faith-based organization. She is committed to revitalizing the communities which have been neglected to the point of having sub-standard housing, unsightly grounds, and lack of adequate jobs to earn a decent living. She is presently working to revitalize the Chalk Level Community. The Orchettes salute these honorees and wish them continued success. Club President Earnesteen Camp challenged the honorees to greater service, and challenged others to to make a difference. The Orchettes also recently held the Dorothy Seldon Memorial Luncheon, and the club is working to celebrate its 50th anniver- sary with a fabulous program in September. The Orchettes Club expresses its appre- ciation to the community at large which sup- ports the dub members in their efforts. Camille Akin and Michael Reed Akin- Reed Mr. and Mrs. Ray Akin of Columbus announce the engagement of their daugh- ter, Camille to Michael Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Reed of Montgomery, AL. The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of the late Edward G. Akin and Sarah Akin of Waverly Hall and the late A.G. Rozell and Mrs. Mildred Rozell of Shiloh. She is currently attending Auburn University. The groom-to-be is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S. Reed, St., and the late Mary G. Linsky, all of Arab, AL. He is a graduate of Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Business. The wedding will take place on July 17 at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Columbus. ~l,-r,s up? The Amazing Grace Sunday school class of Antioch Baptist Church was at the Dolly Building. The group were to come dressed with their The delicious meal began with tim dessert first then the regular meal Grace being at the end of the meal. The group enjoyed games, many received gifts. Then the winners were selected to receive the gifts. Edna Hanner and Collier were the winners. June 17 Conner Mathews June 22 Kim Rogers Jana Balaam Brnada Bussey Virginia Fisher Cole Calhoun June l8 Mr. and Mrs. David Matt Johnson Amy Von Borstel Martin (A) Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Francis Driessans Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Howell (A) Jeff Thomas Whitmore (A) LillaRosser Mr. and Mrs. Guido Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rinaldi(A) June23 Neighbors (A) Mr. and Mrs. Randy Rose Anne Smith Frank Garrett (M) (A) Ethan Shirah Mr. and Mrs. Sam Julie Striblin June 19 Richardson (A) Laurie Lott Dennis Barber Mr. and Mrs. Todd Pike Patrick Bonner Donna M. 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