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_ HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY I0, 2003 . PAGE 5-A 00xceptional Children' Advocates to Meet People for Exceptional Children will school or have disabilities about notebook, get tips for returning to school 14, from 6:00 p.m. resources to help them. and hear updates on education law. xm. at the Harris County Public Parents from Troup, Harris, on Hwy. 27 in Hamilton. The group informs parents of chil- are having problems in Meriwether, Talbot and Muscogee Counties are invited. Parents will make a student profile For more information call Sue Koone, PEPP Partner at 663-5958. i11% .... !iili ,/ii ..... BASH - Some of the kids at Halley Dollar's first birthday party were Mackenzie Smith, Brianna Smith William, Danielle Bonner. Front row: Hunter Rollins, Jessica Dollar, Ashton Smith, Kimberly Smith, Dollon and Halley Dollar. Happy Birthday, Halley: she's the youngest in the picture in the front row. Infant CPR Class Scheduled July 19 Child Care Resource five DHR accepted clock Library Coordinator/Office Education, Computer gency of West hours upon completion of the Assistant at (706)646-6215 or Information Systems, Georgia at training, toll free at 1-800-613-8546. Electronic Technology, and - a program of This program is funded Secretarial Science. River Technical (in part) by the Georgia Child Flint River Technical For additional informa- will sponsor a free Care Council using the College offers the Early tion concerning enrollment class on Federal Child Care Childhood Care and in any of the programs Aid/CPR" Development funds. Education Certificate and offered at Flint River Care Providers, To register, contact Mary Diploma program days and Technical College, please !ted Providers Jackson, Program evenings at campus in its contact Student Services at Parents; Coordinator;Wandadohnson, service area, which,includes 1-800;75268l,"bcf'7lHl training will take Project Coordinator; Upson, Crawford, Talbot, and 6148. - on Saturday, July 19, Charlotte Gibson, Inclusion Taylor Counties. from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Coordinator; Cynthia Powell, It also offers the Manchester Public Program Assistant; Caren Associate of Applied Case, Program Secretary; or Technology Degree in Early LaTreena Holloway, Lending Childhood Care and will receive TIME- Smith, is pictured with his Other Smith. e, who in visit- family and here he was in to play Howards' at The Osevelt Springs for Galban Galban of was selected to ithe National Young s Conference (NYLC) 30 to July 10 in D.C. NYLC is a develop- school who have demon- p potential merit. Galban outstanding Scholars from the country to attend themeofNYLCisThe of Tomorrow the Leaders of Throughout the Conference, interact with key officials, political and newsmakers three branches of the media and about leadership in Galban will in the National Conference D.C. to learn tom individuals in said Michael Director Youth Council, the that sponsors "Students with members Attends Youth Conference ties, introducing the students to the three branches of gov- ernment. In one role-play activity known as If I Were President, students act as the president and Cabinet mem- bers responding to an inter- national crisis. Students also participate in a judicial sim- ulation, called Model Congress, in which scholars assume the roles of U.S.Representatives, and Amanda Galban debate, amend and vote on of Congress, Washington's proposed mock legislation. press  corps and key CYLC is a nonprofit, nbn- appointees to continue for- partisan educational 0rgani- mulating their ideals and zation. Founded in 1985, it is leadership skills. We look at committed to fostering and each of these students as col- inspiring young people to leagues, in whose hands the achieve their full leadership future of our country lies." potential. More than 400 Highlights of the pro- members of the U.S. gram included welcoming Congress join this commit- remarks from the floor of the ment by serving on the CYLC U.S. House of Honorary Congressional Representatives and a panel Board of Advisors. discussion with prominent For additional informa- journalists at the National tion on NYLC, visit us on the Press Club. Galban will also Internet at www.cylc.org. meet with senators and a rep- Miss Galban is the daugh- resentative or an appointed ter of Susan Galban of member of their staff to dis- LaGrange, Ugo Galban of cuss important issues facing Auburn, Maine; and grand- the nation, daughter of Albert Mohar, the Tocomplementthesched- late Berta Mohar of Pine ule of special meetings and Mountain; and Ione Brown briefings, Galban also par- and the late Felix Brown Of ticipated in a number of lead- the Cove Communty, ership skill-building activi- Woodbury. T e00sevelt Place Concerned About Your Parents? The everyday routine has become too much for them but a nursing home isn't what they need. With your busy schedule, you can't help as much as you'd like. For their corn- I fort and safety, Roosevelt Place is the answer. They provide cooking, cleaning, and a social life full of activities. Call today for a tour of the living suites offering the ulti- mate in comfort and convenience. 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