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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 10, 2003 PAGE 3-A triotic&apos; Dance Friday ght Ballroom LaGrange and County Parks and ;Will hold a casual "patri- dance on Friday, July 11, td:00 - 11:00 p.m. at the Auditorium on Dallis Street in LaGrange. Music is by the IBM Band. Visitor couples are welcome - $15.00 per couple. Enjoy rock-n-roll, foxtrot, swing, waltz, shag, rumba, cha-cha, tango and more! For information on the dance or ballroom dance les- sons, call (706) 637-9295 or (706) 884-5857. Future dance dates: 8/8, 9/12, 10/24, 11/14, 12/12. We'll Come To You/Now Serving The Tri.County Area. PART - (front row from left to right) Amy Zauner, Newnan; Taylor Ford, Allison Zauner, Newnan; and Dr. Judy Massey, Peachtree City. (Back Iht) Rev. David Neece, Newnan; Jesse Zauner, Newnan; Janna Gossett, City; and Ashley Lauria, also of Peachtree City. Participating team mem- pictured were Amanda Hale, Peachtree City; Meredith Lytle, Peachtree City; Zauner, Newnan. Team Visits Hogansville Home Missions Efforts xTl-r   youth team from the King Church recently par- in home missions evangelism efforts in The team's efforts were on behalf of St. Charismatic )al Church, a mis- ;ation planted the King in 2002. The youths met several Jrior to the mission to disCti )are to be used in the and to pray for and Troup The weekend prior to the missions outreach, the team visited door-to-door to invite children and youth to a week-long "back yard Bible study" held in Hogansville. The special Bible study was held on five consecu- tive mornings and drew a number of children from the community. Adults providing leadership for the event included The ,Reverend .. Dco_. , David Nee, :0uth cQor.dinator for the Dofeee Of Georgia, Dr. Judith Massey, Commissioned Minister of Missions and Evangelism in the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, and The Reverend Dcn. Ran Clemmer, Vicar of St. Matthew's. Team members were recently recognized during a morning worship service at Christ the King. St. Matthew's meets each Sunday evening on 210 East Main Street in Hogansville at 5:00 p.m. while Christ the King Church (Father David Epps, rector) meets at 8:00 a.m: and 10:00 a.m. Sundays in new facilities at 4881 Highway 34 East between Peachtree City and Newnan. Griffin and Susie Seaborn Griffin- Seaborn Mr. Tyrie Griffin and Miss Susie Seaborn will be exchanging vows in a private ceremony on August 8. Tyrie is a proud father of three beautiful chil- dren. He is the son of Mrs. Eula Martin (Thomas) and Mr. Jerry Hall. His grandparents are Mrs. Mary Griffin and Mr. Charlie Griffin. Susie is a graduate of Hogansville High School. She is the loving mother of two wonderful children. She is the daughter of Ms. Mary L. Hill and the late Harvey PiUips, Jr. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Willie Tennie (Mary) and the late Ms. Charlie K. Seaborn. 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