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HOGANSVILLE HOME Nvws - Ttlt'RSI)AY, JULY 1 2004 .... : : GARDENERS - Troup Coun!y Master Gardeners Patrick Bexton, Trude Brenda L v ngston. Annice Whatley, Pierre Millett, Doug Bledsoe and Yvonne recently held a work day in Hogansville, planting and cleaning up to make grounds at the Senior Center, The Pilot Club Playground and at Hogansville look better for the summer. LPING aste r ardener Onne dsoe with of the at the lie Center. Bag' Program Unique The Hogansville Senior will be having a bag program on July at 10:30. purpose of the pro- is so the seniors can the right information to them choose the right ~tion drug card. Each senior that is on medicare is asked to bring all of their drugs they take in a bag so they can be checked by a program spe- cialist to help them choose the right card for them. The program is spon- sored by CA-Cares of the Chattahoochee Flint in Franklin. If you would like more information about the pro- gram call the Hogansville Senior Center at 637-6606. All seniors are welcome to attend. Randy and Lambert-Halt of announce the of their daughter, Raine. She was at home on June 2. Marli two older sisters, age 4, and Hanna, Grandparents are and Mary Lambert of Robert Hall St. Paul Church to Honor Rev. Brown on July 11 The St. Paul Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Lone Oak will honor its pastor on July 11 at 11 a.m. Rev. Charlie Glanton, pastor of Nariah Baptist Church in Greenville will bring the message. In July 1999 Rex,. Thurmond D. Brown mounted the sacred desk of St. Paul as its new shepherd. He brought with him a sermon that was full of encouragement, preaching the impor- tance of love and unity. It brought about a profound change in the future of its members with the warm reception of Pastor Brown as their leader. Pastor Brown is a great administrator, teacher and preach- er. He also plays the piano and sings. St. Paul had long to build or remodel its sanctuary. It was on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2001 St. Paul held its dedica- tion service of its new sanctuary with Bishop Othal Hawthorne Lakey of the Sixth Episcopal District of Georgia bringing the message. From that historic day to this one Pastor Brown has pom'ed himself into the ministry and spiritual development of St. Paul and the addition of several new ministries including Meals on Wheels, the male chorus, Mens Fellowship Hour and 100 Women in White to name a few. This day has been set aside that all members and friends will be given an opportunity to say thanks. This order of service is especially planned for you, so please make plans to join us. ansville Baptist Vacatmn Bible "Far-Out Far East enjoyed who attended. We had 58 persons and classes for ages grade. were two profes- of faith and we discov- 12 prospects for Sunday Thanks to all who one teacher a neighbor church and Baptist Church their leftover deco- o Our church family had made on Sunday, 20, for a new Church Directory, which contain addresses and numbers for all our members as well as the new Committee list and, the new Deacon Family list. On Sunday, July 4, at 11 A.M., our Choir will sing our cantata, "In God We Trust," written by Greg and Gall Skipper. We invite all who do not have another church com- mitment to worship with us, especially for this patriotic service. We will enjoy a Sunday School picnic at Huell and Marguerite Stephens' home on that July 4th afternoon. Our Summer Revival services will begin Sunday, July 25 with Rev. Steve Foster, Evangelist. Steve is from Griffin and has been a vocational evangelist for sev- eral years. We will have special music for each service, including our own choir and soloists. The Pastor will begin teaching a course entitled, "Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God," written by Henry Blackby and Claude V. King. This material is based on some experiences of Henry Blackby who was pastor of Faith Baptist Church, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and later Director of Missions in Vancouver, British Colombia. All interested Christians are invited to join us for this spiritual journey, each Sunday at 7 p.m. Over 80 Customizable Plans Kenmore Appliances Central Heat & Air Double Pane Windows 30 Yr. Architectural Shingles Premium Vinyl Siding Quality, Stick-Built Homes 900-3000+ Sq. Ft. Plans Call Today! 1505 LaFayette Pa~way LaGmnge 706-88 2444 Hogansville, Grantville Stkid,., t2 Named to National Honor Several local students have been inducted into the National Itonor Roll, which recognizes high-achieving high sch(~fl and middle sch(~)l students. Students from ftogansville include Kristen Browning, Tabitha I)ansby, "lamara Dukes and Earnest Ashleigh. Grantville residents can be proud of Lashandis Brown, Tykaunda Colton and Trixie Elliott for making ti:i-, nation al list. The NatioI~;a } !-*~ i offers several l)ent:t ii v, illch cancorttribtltCltlIh~, l~ccess of its sltl(lclll l]]eL'}[,'cl S National tl~:~r: I o!1 l~t: shareda~norig lO!~,l ~:-,!',;~] ifying inducicc:-, i;,m Ii~( 2~X)3/2004 school 5:'--,~ All rnemb~,r- a! ~