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PAGE 10-A HOG~XS\'H~ HOME NEWS - TIKrRSDAY, JU,'~ 17, 2004 Cash Flows For Alert Crime Tips The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday night and approved twelve rewards totaling $650. : All those that received a reward should call Crime Stoppers again at 812-1000 to receive information on how tb collect their reward. The following list is for the callers who gave infor- mation concerning outstand- ing warrants, the amount awarded to these caller codes is $50. 8168, 8169, 8170, 8171, 8203, 8209, 8200, 8202, 8234, 8241, and 8250. Caller code 8199 will be awarded $100 for informa- tion concerning a warrant/drug arrest. Greenwave Tournament June 26-27 :: Come join the Ijogansville Greenwaves Men's Tournament on June 26 and 27 at McGhee Field in EIogansville. Contact Lisa McDowell at 637-6503; Montavis Daniel at 637-8301; Regnald Jackson at 637-5025 or Janice Beasley at 637 5731 for more infor- mation. Pilgrim Rest To Honor Its Minister : The Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church invites the public to help celebrate the eighth annual anniversary for pas- tor Leo H. McCrary and his wife, Cynthia McCrary on Sunday, June 27 at 11 a.m. The speaker for the morning will be minister DeAndre Gillispie of the St. Paul CME Church. An after- noon service will also be held at 2 p.m. VOLUNTEENS AT WORK- The Warm Springs Institute for Volunteen Program kicked off its 15th mer last week. as 15 teenag~ out the area signed up to assist with programs and services at the Institute volunteer basis through the end of July. group was composed of students Manchester High School, Flint Academy, Harris County High School Columbus Northside. They Allen, Stormi Stewart, Hannah Ethc SharDai Rutherford, Lorin Atkins, Brening, Jonathan Whilhelm, Abby Stephanie Whilhelm, Amber Lindsey Evans, Hillary Evans, Jessie Lauryn Fordham and Annette Cor RWSIR Director of Volunteer Blair directs the program. For more mation, call 706-655-5622. Your Dealer " 1~ Hyundal Accent HYU~DAI ADVANTAGE &Bill -! i~/( I ::,~:::Hyundai Elantra WITH THE HYUNDAI/~DVANTAGE NEW 114 Hyundai V;ITH THE HYUNDAI ADVANTAGE llSulml IIIIU ~lill : s v~a UNL|Mn'ED MILES : 24-HR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE NEW'03 Hyundai ~u, ~=. ~,,~ W,A ~I.GASOLINE FOR 6 MONTHS ..... Plus tax. title and WRA ~GASOLINE FOR 6 MONTHS Plus tax. title and WRA fee of $3.00. Deeter fee of $3.00. Dealer fee of.$3.00. Dealer retains s, referee. ~'~ 0ely at SouthTowne in Newnan retains all rebates. ~011~y at So~lhTowne in Newnan reta~r,~ all rebates. !i~ii o.n,,,,,=,.-,..-.. IN | Purchase Any New mlyufldal And Get ~GASOLINE FOR 6 MONTHS Only at SouthTow~e in l~mm Plus tax, title and WRA fee of $3.00. Dealer t~ains all rebates. Based on 12K miles driven per year- S1.80 per galton based on EPA rating. See SouthTowne for details. F~ vs. More Hors~ Power Front, SKJe trnpacf A~rbags America s Best Warranty Ford ~.DvANTAGE SANTA FE ADVA~TAGE SANTA FE Exif 47 Newnor~