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;3-A HO~ANSVmL~ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2004 iation Clemme~ Honored During Church S~ Ron and Nancy of Hogansville ' honored dur- t both mm~ning services King Church, Clemmers began Christ the King in and became charter of the new con- Both later served as Liturgical and Mrs. served as a mere- altar guikL In May, 2002 Run became the Imy mission congre- St. Matthew's in which began :services on Sunday November of that Clemmer was to the diaconate at both church- His designation at St. was changed to "since in the Catholic a deacon is an Clemmer has since been as a vice-president / / RECOGNIZED FOR EFFORTS- Ron and Nancy Clemmer of Hogansville were recently honored during both moming services at Christ the King Church. of the ministerial associa- tion in Hogansville and served as a speaker at the 2004 Community Sunrise Service. On Pentecost Sunday of 2004, St. Matthew's began to conduct services on Sunday mornings and, fol- lowing their being honored at Christ the King, the Clemmers were released from duties at the Sharpsburg church so that their full attention could be directed to the growing con- gregation in Hogansville. Father David Epps, rec- tor at Christ the King, pre- sented the Clemmers with an icon depicting various artistic interpretations of the Trinity. Christ the King Episcopal Church is locat- ed on Highway 34 between Peachtree City and Newnan. Awaits Paralympic Games in Greece Discus thrower .Vincent Martin of was recently named to the 42 & Field team a result of throwing aft American Record athletes of 42.21m at Gator Invitational in Marietta on 25. Martin is the lone blind thrower on the . II'ack and Field team which is set to cum- in the 2004 Paralympics in Athens, 17-28. competed in the previous two Atlanta and Sydney. he was unable to achieve his of winning a medal. 1996, a in the 100m place finish in the pen- Martin again faced adversity in 2000 as place finish in the discus [then suffered a ruptured patellar tendon to his second event (the 4x100 relay) unable to compete. past, I was I am throwing better than ever perseverance and train- my coach," Martin said. letterwinner in high school his vision at age 23 due to Retinitis genetic disorder that affects and peripheral vision and left Martin totally blind. Since his diagnosis, Vincem has worked hard to overcome any obstacles he faced, both physically and mentally, in order to achieve his goals and desire to continue par- ticipating in athletics. Martin is classified as a B1, or totally blind, athlete and in the past he has compet- ed against other totally blind athletes. In the 2004 Games, however, the discus event in Martin's vision class has been removed from the program. In order to accommodate those totally blind athletes wanting to continue compet- ing the B1 vision class was combined with the B2 classification. This means that there are a new group of competitors Martin will have to face.B2 indi- viduals have a visual acuity of 20/600 or less. "Combining the Bl's and B2's will deft- nitely make a difference on my performance. I used to be able to beat any B1, but now there are about five top B2's I have to be concerned with," Martin said. "On a positive note though, if the vision classes had not been combined, wouldn,t be able to attend ~ Pgt?al its in Atlams." ......... " ...... Martin will continue to train and perse- vere until he achieves his goal of bringing home aParalympic medal He and the other members of the U.S. Paralympic Track & Field Team will have that opportunity in September when they travel to Athens for the 2004 Paralympic Games. Regional I Classified Bargains, 3-5B Board To Meet The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 24 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. The agenda will include regular business items. Meetings are open to the pub- lic. Please call Kathy at 706- 675-6721, ext, 201 to obtain additional information. Rhodes Receives Variety of Awards Meredith Rhodes, daugh- ter of Andy and Beverly Phillips Rhodes of Brooks, was honored at the Grace Christian Academy Awards Assembly on May 28. She received a certificate stating she achieved a high standard of academic excel- lence by maintaining an A/B grade average and an Exemplary Conduct Certificate. She was one of only four in Middle School to receive certificates for Exemplary Conduct. Meredith participated in Music Day, playing on the piano. She dedicated Amazing Grace to her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Aunt Patti Phillips. Also, Meredith recently auditioned for and was accepted into the 100-voice choir, The Spivey Hall Children's Choir of Clayton State and University College. She is moving up from the Spivey Hall Young Artists where she was a member for the past two years. Meredith is also the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes of Lynn Haven, Florida. HARWELL, BROWN & HARWEU,, P.O. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1S67 * 2514)800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mai12.newnanutilities.org Gacy W. Brown SINGER HEAVY DUTY SCHOOL HODEL Sew & Serge Sewing Machine Our Education Department placed orders for large quantifies of the 2004 model Singer school sewing machines These machines remain UNSOLD! THEY MUST BE SOLD! These Special Heavy Duty School Sewing Machines with METAL HOOKS and METAL DRIVE GEARS are built for years of extended service, All Machines Are: BRAND NEW IN FACTORY SEALED CARTONS. WHAT IS A SEW & SERGE SEWING MACHINE? 1. IT IS A SOPHISTICATED SEWING MACHINE... That does Buttonholes (any size), Stretch Stitching, Invisible Blind Hems, Monograms, Ribbing Double Seams, Zippers, Sews On Buttons, Rolled Hems, Darning, Zig Zag Applique Basting Blanket Stitch, Quilting, Pin Tucking, and much more; JUST TURN THE DIAL TO SEW M~4GIC. 2. IT HAS A PROFESSIONAL SERGING STITCH... That allows you to sew the seam and serge the edge of the material in one operation Wdh an optional side cutter you can trim the excess material 3. THEY ARE DESIGNED TO SEW ALL FABRICS... Such as Levi's, Canvas Upholstery, Nylon, Stretch Materials, Silk, Percale, Organdy AND... THEY EVEN SEW LEATHERI Now You Have It All In One Machine// Without Ad CASH, CHECKS, DISCOVER, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS ONE DAY ONLY Sunday June 27 Best Western 1513 Lafayette Pkwy. ( 1-85 Exit 18 ) LaGrange, GA Sa Pizza Calzones Appetizer! -Dmneslk & Seer . Lmg.a All dough & sauces are made FRESH in our kitchen! PIZZERIA & PUB "mm u30 prin~ GA 706-6SS-2300 Great Service OPEN LATE EVERY DAY Monday - l~unclay 11 a.m. to IO p.m. Handicap Facilities Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. m 12 p.m. Enjoy Our ~nday 12 ~ to 10 p.m. Covered Deck. Special Ex Dress Lunch Menu Mon. thru Fri. Extensive "To-Go" Menu tO who from West high honors. The com- exercises were on campus on Friday, Good luck, JJ. We're happy to report that H. Williams is home the hospital and doing Happy birthday wishes to Helen Buchannan, sonof M.R. and Dorothy Sabrina Clayton, Colton, Marcus Emma Jean Davis, Gaines, Jarvis Jarvis Jerico Hardy, of Bobby Lewis and Hardy, James E.' TOmica Hines, Hodo, in memory of Willie Mack Hunter, Amy Jerrell, Helen C. Jones, Jamayda Keyton, grandson of Beatrice Porter, in memo~ ry of Willie Mac Kidd, in memory of Bertha Miller, in memory of Dorothy Jones, Jeffrey Pace, Shavon C. Pace, Joshua Daniel Leish, son of Larry and Shemeca Leigh II, Joyce Radcliffe, daughter of Wayne Rosser, Christopher Rosser, Darius Cantel, grand- son of Willie A. and Carolyn Rosser, Derico Smith, Shirley Stinson, Evangelist W-fflie David Rosser, in memory of Diane G. Sueyoshi, Bertha Thompson, George Thrash, Michael Towns, Candace B. Stiles, Jennelle Parks, grand- daughter of Esther Parks, William Martin, Cedric Rosser, Vickie Wheelous, Marian Williams and Little Miss Mauricia Woodard. Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Miller on July 21 and wrflbur and Betty Jo Thompson, Jr. on their 33rd on June 26. We wish them many more. The Greater Jehovah Baptist Church in Grantville will be celebrating their 123rd church anniversary on Sunday, June 27 at 11 a.m., with pastor Christopher McCambry bringing the mes- sage. Rev. Edmond Leigh is the associate pastor. Vacation Bible School begins at the New St. Paul CME Church in Lone Oak on June 28 through July 2 from 6-8 p.m. Wylene Phillips is the director. Seed for thought: Make Sunday your strong day and the other six will not be weak days. Hudson Farm NOW RIPE! or We Pick NOW OPEN! a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ' on GA Hwy 173 between Warm Springs, mid Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm 6-5658 duae 24 Erma Jean Todd Marianna Reynolds Paula Dement Sarah Glanton Zene VanLeeuwen Mr. and Mrs. Billy Strain ~uae 2s Cutter Spradlin Earline Cavalcante Kelley Spradtin Michelle Lee E.R. 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