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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2002 PAGE 3-A PARK MEADOW APARTMENTS L By Bryan Geter GIFT - The Hogansville Masonic Lodge #93 was the Hogansville Senior Center on Monday / made a $1,000 donation the center. Pictured above Master Chades Lee presenting Senior Center Linda Prescott with the check as masons Terry and Wesley Duffey (R) look on. FOR A GOOD CAUSE - The Heavenly Strings, above, along with Nothing But Grace, the the Christianairs, God's Childrens and other be singing at the Bethel Chapel Baptist Church e on Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. will help stroke-victim Boobie Sue Studdard 1medical expenses. Beginning at 8 p.m., a huge yard hand with hotdogs and hamburgers. Bi00hdays 20 Duffee, Connie Jana Robbins, Mr. Mrs. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Whitmore, Mr. and Mrs. Rinaldi, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, anniver- Harris County Flea Market EVERYTHING ON SALE! 21 Searels, Mr. and Keith Wegienka, Bussey, Matt Smith, Ethan Shirah, Jesse Dean, Julie Striblin, Laurie Lott. June 24 Emma Jean Todd, Marianna Reynolds, Paula Dement, Sarah Glanton, Zene VanLeeuwen, Billy Strain, Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Leverett, and Mr. and Mrs. Whitley Barrett, Jr., anniversary. June 25 Earline Cavalcante, Kelley Spradlm. June 26 Donna Pike, Donna Williamson, Grover Purgason, Sandee Duffey, Travis Tumlin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams, anniversary. Library Already Busy With Summer Events On June 13, Eric Litwin, storyteller and musician, kicked off Hogans ville Public Library's Vacation Reading Program with a lively pro- gram. His program was called "Good Old Fashioned Fun" and that it was. The children enjoyed singing and dancing to silly songs as Eric played the gui- tar and the banjo. His stories were filled with suspense and surprises that made everyone, includ- ing the adults, jump. At the end of the program each child received an ice cream cone whistle compli- ments of Dairy Queen, The children are fast fill- ing up their passports with the books they have read and are earning prizes for the number of pages they read. At each prize level reached they can put an entry in the Grand Prize drawing for their age group. The grand prize for ages eight or younger is a four-foot long alligator, stuffed of course, the grand prize for ages nine to twelve is a 26" Huffy Superia bicycle. Young adults, ages 13 to 18, can enter a drawing for the grand prize of a gift cer- tificate by completing an entry form for each book they read. At the next program on June 20, Sondra Lee intro- duces everyone to a llama adventure in South America. Our mascot, Croc-a-gator says to tell you 'After while, crocodile! Be at the next program for a delicious llama tale.' Registration for Hogansville Public Library's Vacation Reading Program continues through July 1. Come get your passport t O world.wide.reading@yourli- brary r and a book bag filled with a patch, bookmark, sticker and, of course, your passport. Don't miss out on a world tour of reading and a suitcase full of fun programs with exciting adventure stories from around the world. In loving memory of my dad, Clarence Rosser, who passed away June 30, 1992. Ruby Rosser Open Every Saturday at 8 a.m. Sunday at 1 p.m. Vendors Welcome NO TABLE 707-6 2 8- 5 0 3 3 CHARGE 3905 Hudson Mill Rd. Cataula, Ga • Watch For Signs 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air • Stove & Refrigerator :q,,,. ......... M Nrw,L Ma,,=gr Office Houm: Mor=rl. 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.. 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