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Ho(;,xsv!J.ci: [{()MF Nt-;\\;':5 - TItURSDAY, Jbl.,Y 11, 2002 PaGE 5-A [tudents Cited for P-eff-ect Attendance Don'tThe M,00Hu.mminoOira Festival ] Hogan,\\; tlle Elementary School rec Coggm Cornelius Reeves, Latisha Mitchem, This OctoDeF kes the following students for eving perfect attendance: KINDERGARTEN Brooke Bonner, Jania Smith, aechel t'ike. Nick Terrell, Kalea Corion Stevens, Alison Shaw, Pike, Andrew Jackson, Taquarius Audrey Barrett, Shabreka Colby Freeman. FIRST GRADE Chasitv Boyd. Antonio Mitchell, Cole. Tyrell Tigner, Marisa Hunter Worley, Anthony SECOND GRADE Kierra Brown, Jamie Cole. I)anielle Bonnet, Meagan Richardson, Shelby Stephen, Austin Bowen. Jordan Dorrough, Amberly Hall. THIRD GRADE Levi Freiberg, Scotty Law, Kristie Rosser, Jasmine Franklin, DeShae Gates, Kaneisha Russell. Markeisha Robinson, Jeffrey Wasver, Ricky Bowen, Camille Cutwright. .lohn McKeehan, Derrou Rhodes, Joshua Cook, Jasmine Thrash. FOURTH GRADE Kiere Rhodes, Janai Colton, Brenton Pike, Michelle Townsend, Michael Ros.er, Jamarcus Reeves, Meridith Sinns, Quantavius Leslie, Angle McKeehan, Brandon Zackery, Randy Bailey, Zachary Maxwell, Nicole Ray. FIFTH GRADE ,Jeff Williamson, Christian Jackson, Racee Smith, DeCrystal Robinson, Meagan Seymour, Michael Rainey, Brittany VCelborn, Jakeva Brown, LaTiga Hopson, Chaderian Rosser, Austin Thompson. Gospel Caravan Coming to Area The Gospel Singing Caravan will make a stop at Macedonia Baptist Church in Manchester Saturday, July 13th at 7:00 p.m. The caravan features four groups includ- ing The Christianaires of kaGrange, Mercy of Opelika, Alabama, Mary Weldon of LaGrange and Young Spirit. Everyone is welcome to attend the July 13 perform- ance. For more information, call 706-846-9066. The Roosevelt Place When your loved one suffers from AIzheimers, they need special care At Roosevelt Place the specialized Alzheimers wing otfers them the very best n care while providing you with peace of mind We also offer adult Day Care and Weekly care Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway Gardens, 1 mite to Little White House & Warm Springs Village Photos by Dewayne Flowers HAVING A BLAST - An estimated 4,000 persons turned out Wednesday night for a spectacular fireworks dis- play at Lake Meriwether. The event was co-sponsored by the Woodbury Recreation Department and the Meriwether County Sheriff's Department. Top photo: the crowd was dazzled by the enormous fire- ,:work display. Left photo; youth league games on the adjacent ball fields resulted in many trophies being hand- ed out. Bottom: prior to the fireworks, the crowd enjoyed a mini-fair coordi- nated by Kris Price. '02 Ntim Crew f.ab Maxima bat : ..... 11 - Stacy and Jody Smith of Moreland are proud to birth of their daughter, Zada Cherie, on May at Southern Regional Hospital in Riverdale. Zada seven pounds, nine ounces and was 18 1/2 inch- Maternal grandparents are Renee Beckham of / and Tommy and.Donna Beckham of Manchester. great-grandparents,are Albert and Geneva of Woodbury and Verdie Beckham and the late Beckham of Molena. Patemal grandparents are Carl Smith of Senoia. Patemal great-grandparents Susie Holland and the late John Holland of Toccoa, Jessie Smith and the late Roy Smith of Toccoa. " Crusade for July 13 The Gospel Singing will have the next on Saturday, July 13. s are held at the Optical build- 1100 West Street. The doors will at 5:30 and the program at 6:00. to have deli- food catered by The Volunteers. The i Consists of hot dogs and h all the trim- forget all the treats we have to for dessert. donated items to raffle, exciting cakewalks, and live gospel music. Southern Vision from Columbus, The Langleys from Wadley, Ala. and Redeemed from Columbus will be there to tickle your ears and warm your hearts. Please keep us in your prayers that we may contin- ue to do the Lord's work through songs of praise. Please bring your family and friends and come out and fel- lowship with us. Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted to keep this music ministry going. COMING - The Langleys (Top photo) and Southern Vision (Below) will appear on July 13 at the Gospel Singing Crusade. LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME EVEN CH. 13 BANKRUPTCY MAKE ALL SELECTIONS FROM OUR SHOWROOM "ONE STOP SHOP" QUALIFIED BUYERS CAN GET IN WITH NO MONEY DOWN Topics to Be Eyed will be a meet'ing of l.:al govern- :officials; staff and other iriterested par- discuss transportation issues and proj- area served by the Chattahoochee- Regional Development Center. The meeting will be held Thursday, July 11 th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Moreland Mill at 7 Main Street, Moreland. For additional information contact Tom Sills at (706) 675- 6721. Dan-Rie Homes loll illlll* STOP RENTING With today's interest rates, most house payments are no more than rent. 00-Ava-ilable 7Da IL_ .... A Week y I Your Lot Or Ours CALL ANGELA 706-883-3475 or DEBBIE 706-883-3483 800-741-2512 Ext. 205 or 204 Don't Wait... Call Today. [] III m