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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2003 Pa(;v, 3 A Submitted Photo CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP - Members of the planning committee week's Roosevelt Institute Support Staff conference pose during the con- luncheon at Roosevelt Hall. Leadership for this year's conference included Eubanks, Rhonda Fuller, Richard Potratz, Valerie Bishop, Barbara Casteel, Chastain, Chris Phillips, Joanne Ellison, and Debra Carroll. The annual, sin- event attracted 87 conference participants with the theme "Spread Your and Fly." IRST- LACE m i s a Dowell the t-place for the 0gansville reensaves Perstars with a bat went to winners the first Angela ': n u a I : .... Co- Tourn- E- Recent graduates of the Roosevelt Institute Rehabilitation Technician included (left to right) Teresa Boone, Cheryl Brown, Kathy Hendux, Autumn Tina Van Dyke, Gloria Ward, Mary Ellen Youngblood and May Ann Guy. ht health services technicians (HSTs) recently completed a 10-week course to prepare them for specific rehab techniques geared to fostering greater for RWSIR patients and students. A comprehensive study of what can learn to enhance the care and services they provide, the course deals nsively with such things as catheterization. As a group, the eight graduates a 21.5 percent increase in knowledge between their pre-course test scores final examinations. We'll Come To You! Now Serving The Tri-County Area. - On Tuesday, June 17 the Manchester Lions Club held its annual Officer Ceremony at the Manchester Senior Center. Past District 18-E Governor installed the new officers for 2003-2004. The Manchester officers for 2003-04 are: (back row, left to right) Jerry Slay (Tail Twister), (board member); and Mac Ford (board member); front row: Ed Withrow .At); Jan Withrow (Treasurer); Weyman Owens (board member); and Bob President). Not shown is Tommy Thompson (Secretary). LION OF THE YEAR - Manchester Lions Club President Allan Moore pre- sented Lion Ed Withrow (right) with the Lion of the Year Plaque for his out- standing contributions to the club as Treasurer and Chairman of the Cotton Picking Fair Project. Also presented with certificates of appreciation of the Turkey and Ham Cooking and the Spaghetti Supper; Lion Jonathan Douglas, chair- man of White Cane ,Day; Lion Jan Withrow, chairman of the winter Raffle; Lion Jack Claxton, chairman of Radio Round-Up Days; and Lion Weyman Owen was presented a gift for this years as chairman of the Eyeglass Committee. Moreland Prepares to Hos. Crafts Festival on July 4 Meriwether residents will be taking part in the Puckett Station Arts and Crafts festi- val in Moreland on Friday, July 4th. In addition to plenty of patriotic activi- ties, the festival will feature arts and crafts, children's amusements, historical displays, live entertainment and a variety of food. Activities will take place in downtown Moreland and on the grounds of the Methodist Church. The event will start early in the morning and is expected to end by 3 p.m. as tempera- Lures rise. The town will also honor its two most famous writers: EFsldne Caldwell and l,ewis Grizzard. This week's birthdays and anniversaries include: June 26 - Donna Pike, Donnie Williamson, Grover Purgason, Sandee Duffey, Travis Tumlin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Greg I_awhorn. June 27 - Cal Massengale, David Fountain, Jeff Wallace, Laurie Gallaway, Sue Walden, Mr and Mrs. Billy Webb and Anthony Cavalcante. June 28 - David Shirah, Gail Sherman, Hunter Helton, Joshua Bonner, Paulette Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. David Hammett and Mr. and Mrs. Luby Johnson. June 29 - Cedie Stitcher, Jeff l)uffee, 0della Whitmore, Skeet Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wessinger and Mr. and Mrs. John Artley. June 30 - Bill Hammond, Quida Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parham and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Purgason. July I - Clifford Davis and Tim Williamson July 2- Bill Johnsor, Cynthia Jones, David Fisher, James Allen, Jean DeMarrais and Kathy L. Rogers. Senior Center Program July 8 You're invited to a spe- cial program at the Senior Citizen Recreational Program on July 8 at 11:00 a.m. located at R.D. Hill Multipurpose Center (forme- ly Old Depot-Terrell Street, in Greenville). There will be guest speakers, door prizes, lunch, fun and games. The Senior Citizens Recreational Program will be held the First Tuesday in each month from 10 &m. until 4 p.m.. Concert Enjoyed Ron and Caludia Henderson of Alban present- ed a mini concert in Hogansville at the First Baptist Church, 500 East Main Street, on Sunday, June 22 during the 11 a.m. worship service. . ,,- ; , ;.. ., II.i c for about 30 years. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson are long-time friends of Rev. Harold Willis, pastor of the church. A love offering for their ministry was received at the end of the service. Homes: 4.6% 15 year&-,5,1% 30 year The Home You Want, Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! FR Fireplace Month of June "03 Call or Come By TODAY! 1505 LaFayetto Parkway LaGrango 706-884-24144 Fau 70884-6444 wwwJImorlcasHomePlaco.om F.L.O.O-R "Flue Fk'rmg Store At Your Door Carpet Hardwood Laminates Ceramic Vinyl Area Rugs Blinds Floor Coverings International offers more than 3,000 flooring options. View samples with your lighting, your furnishings and accessories in your home. Not just a salesperson...but a design & floorin: expert knowledgeable about all aspects qf flooring. 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