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" .c&apos; Dance for July 11 Moonlight Ballroom Dance Club of LaGrange Troup County Parks and Rec. will hold a casual dance on Friday, July 11, from 8:00 - 11:00 , at the Callaway Auditorium on Dallis Street in Music is by the IBM Band. Visitor couples $15.00 per couple. Enjoy rock-n-roll, fox- :, shag, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! on the dance or ballroom dance les- I, Call (706) 637-9295 or (706) 884-5857. Future dance 8/8, 9/12, 10/24, 11/14, 12/12. l':,- , .... . -: Singing Resumes July 12 Gospel Singing Crusade" will be having the Singing on Saturday, July 12, 2003. The singing held at 1100 West Main Street, Manchester. The program will start at 6:00. going to have delicious food catered by The Dinner will consist of hotdogs and We have donated items to raffle, exciting cake- gospel music. The singers for the night Forgiven 4, from Roanoke, A1, The New Travelers Ga, and others. We want to encourage to come join us. Bring your family and Admission is FREE, are gladly accepted to keep the music going. See you there! on Oxford Honor List local resident was named to the Honor College, the two-year liberal arts divi- Emery University located in Oxford, Ga, for the Semester. Students must have a cumula- oint average of 3.5 or higher to be named List. Gaulding of Hogansville, son of'Jasper Gaulding and Janice Wright Gaulding. Graduates from Emery goes out to John-Michael Johnson graduating from Emery University. Johnson received a Bachelor of Science in from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of : of Emery University in Atlanta at its 158th ceremony on May 12th, 2003. Resource Fair' Held Action for Improvement, Inc., hosted Resource Fair last Thursday at Jr. Building in LaGrange. ....... Named to Valdosta List Clark and Bradley Ray Matthews of have been named to the Spring 2003 dean's : Valdosta State University in Valdosta. To make list, students must maintain a cumulative Point average of at least 3.0 and must have a point average of at least 3.5 with at least course work. Grade point averages are scale. Women Enjoy Lunch United Methodist Women met June 9 at of Lemon for the annual luncheon hosted by President Joan Fincher opened the meet- Welcoming guests and members. Guests pres- Crawford, Suzy Jones, and Stephanie all of Mountville, and Kay Duraski of the Big Community. Members present included: Abernathy, Angela Chambers, Wanda Costley, Pincher, Gayla Jones, Lisa Mitchell, Nancy Islie Pike, Helen Thrash, Mae Towns, Stsan and Alma Wood all of Mountville and Marty blessing, each guest their cards, phone calls, family support, and during her recent hospital stay. presented the books that members should the luncheon, Nancy Newsome delivered of roses to sick and shut-in of the Mountville was made that the next meeting will 14 at the home of Ric and Angela Chambers. Chambers will present the program and serve Center Busy This Month Hogansville Senior Center has more exciting going on in July. Check out the July calendar below. - Bingo at 10:20, quilting and walking. Happy Fourth of July!! - Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. Bingo at 10:30, quilting and walking. Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. 10 - Bingo at 10:30, walking and singing. 11 - Exercise at 10:30, walking, board games at 10:30, walking and board games. 15 - Bingo at 10:30, quilting and walking. Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. quilting and a birthday party! 18 - Exercise at 10:30, walking board games and Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. - Bingo at 10:30, Coleman Health Center at 10-12, Mona-Ga Cares at 11:00. Bingo at 10:15, Lisa from Griffin at 11:00. 25 - Exercise at 10:30, walking and a movie. 28 - Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. 29 - Bingo at 10:30, quilting and walking. 30 - Exercise at 10:30, walking and board games. 31 - Bingo at 10:30, quilting and singing. HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 3, 2003 PAGE 3-A :! ..:<i ....:..:.3". :e . " ,:::i.. " :-": :.-,..:: CELEBRATION- Odella Whitmore celebrated her 80th birthday with a party given by her family on Saturday, June 28, 2003. Special music was provided by her daughter and son-in-law, Joyce & Denny Osborne from Florida. Many friends and family members dropped by to contribute to her memorable celebration, reminisced over a display of photos of Odella in her younger years, and signed a guest book to help mark the occasion. She was deeply touched by the presence of those who helped her cele- brate this momentous event. 00i00iiiii00i!i iiii00i!00ii00iii00i00i;000000000000i00i0000i000000i00;ili00ii00i0000iil;00ili!iii00i00iiii ii i!iiiiii !il iii !i ii!iiii ii iiii iii00iiiii00000000i;000000i0000000000;iiiii00iiiiii i /hursday July 3 Nicole Yarbough, Shannon Marcus, Tyler Dingler, and Lelia Birdsong (Mem.). July 4 Chris Posey, Kenneth Spradlin, Pare Turner, and Mr. and Mrs. William Prescott (A). Saturday July5 Ben Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. David Bell (A). Mrs. Ken McKenney (A), and Mr. and Mrs. Van Lowry, Jr. (A). Monday Ju/y 7 Joshua Aldridge, Ricky Samples, and Kathleen Wright (M). ' Tuesday July 8 Barbara Johnson, Cathy Adams, Jimmy Littlefield, Ruth Richardson, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thompson (A). Wednesday Sunday July 9 July 6 Kevin Brand and Sandy Dennis Johnson, Mr. and Laster. 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Ms. Linda Nalls of Grantville is a patient at Newnan Hospital West. Also, Mrs. Maggie Stepp of Grantville is a patient at Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta. We wish them a speedy recovery. Happy Anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis (Phyllis Williams on their 14th on July lst; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Mary) Nails on their 16th on July 2nd; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie (Betty Jean) Reeves on their 31st on July 2nd; Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Stephanje) Tinsley on their 5th on July 2nd; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Theresa) Bohannon on their 21st on July 3rd. We wish them many, many more ! Happy Birthday wishes go out to the following peo- ple: Mrs. Teresa Bohannon, Ms. Brenda C. Bray, Mrs. Angela Cameron - sister of Ms. Debbie Lowe, Mr. Charlie Colton, Mr. Jason Colton, Ms. Rosie Curry, Mrs. Rosie Didley, Mrs. Mary Joyce Godfrey, Mr. Curtis Griggs, Tonecia Hines - granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis (Janette) Hines, Ms. Bridget Hardaway, Ms. Alanda Tamekia Leigh, Mrs. Wenonah E. Leigh, Mrs. Emma Jean Lykes, Shantez Mays - nephew of Mr. and Render, Chadrick Jamal - son of Mr. and Mrs. Toney (Linda) Rhodes, Mrs. Dorothy S. Rosser, Mrs. Dorothy D. Thornton, Mrs. Kippie Lynn Roberts, Ms. Sabrina Lindsay, Mr. Christopher Leon Williams and Ms. Patricia Worthans. We're happy to report that Ms. Sally Lou Williams West is home from the hospital and doing nicely. We, The Members of the White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks Community, welcome our new pastor Rev. N. Wathall. Have a safe and Happy Fourth of July!! Concerned About Your Parents ? The everyday routine has become too much for them but a nursing home isn't what they need. 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