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July 15, 2000

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PAGE 8-A Amanda Ford, Daughter of Jennie Ford Musick and the Late Johnny Ford, all of Hogansville, will be 13 years old on July 15, 2000. She will be, honored with-a Birthday Party at the home of her Grandmother, Louise Agan of Hogansville. A special happy birth- day wish is extonded to Amanda on her big day as she becomes a teenag- er. The fifth Sunday night song service will be July 30 at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church at 7.00 p.m. Bill Davis of Hogansville ran in his 23rd Peachtree Road Race on the fourth of July. This was a fami- ly affair with one of his sons and daughter-in-law, Chuck and Hillary Davis of Walton ConnW and his wee Ellen hada bhar and siBteNn-law, Frank and Anna Arnold of Stockbridge amongst Ome running the 10K race that was in its 31st year. The Peachtree Road Race is held in AtlantL Deacon of the week: Tab (5ffin Congratulations to the Ever THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2000 Ready Sunday School Class with Mavis Garrett as their Teacher on having 100% perfect attendance on July9. Worship with the Word was by Stuart Lee on July 9. He read from Psalm 35:9-10. Tony Maxwell, who is one of our Youth Directors presented a Teen Study Bible Sunday morning, July 9 to Tabitha Chaffin upon her recent baptism. The adult choir special music on Sunday morning was, "Wonderful Grace of Jesus." Rev. Ron Howard brought the messages to us both services Sunday, July 9 "Here Comes the Judge" (I Thessalonlans 4:16-17), part 1 in the a.m. and part 2 in the p.m. Associational Children's Camp is July 24-27 for ages 9-12• The cost will be $75.00 per person with a Registration fee of $25.00. See Tony or Beth Maxwell for registration forms. Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved as you pray. Subm photo TRAVIS BOYD AWARD 6TH GRADE REPRESENTATIVE GARDNER NEWNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL - Wesley's good nature is obvious from the first moment you meet him. There is always a smile on his face. He is generous and he willingly loans any of his personal possessions to anyone. Because of Wesley's good nature, students are not only willing to help him, but jump at the chance to do so. In fact, when you know Wesley you do not see his disability. You see his courage and charisma. Wesley is the son of Mike and Debbie Able of LaGrange and the grandson of Frances Robinson of Hogansville. He also received a certificate Schedule for " 1 High Schoo Exams Announced Students from LaGrange, Troup CaUaway High School are times for the summer admiabtration, Graduation Test.  School WE'RE IMPROVING THE STATE OF I-]EALTH IN=-GEORGIA West Georgia Heaigt System is proud to welcome all of our state employees to the Geoqpia lsUMRN PPO Heallh Network. One health system. All the care you need. As your regional health care leader, West Georgia Health System provides a complete continuum of care - all the services needed for a lifetime of good health. Following is a list of comprehensive services and facilities that you will have access to through West Georgia Health System. West Georgia Medical Center * Helical West Georgia Health System is proud to be part of the Georgia lst/MRN Joint Venture Network - which was recently awarded the ...................... State Health Benefit Plan. We are honored to be serving the health needs of Georgia state employees, and we pledge to provide the highest quality health care services possible. For more than 60 years, we have been committed to meeting the health care needs of our community through service excellence and quality care. And now we can continue providing that same high standard of care for Georgia state employees. Now more than ever, we're improving the state of health in Georgia. I t m / m CT Scanner • Intensive Care Unit • LDR Birthing Suites • Obstetrics • Emergency Room • Nursery • Lithotripsy Magnetic Resonance Imaging Obstetrics • Orthopedics • Surgery • Pediatrics Occupational Therapy • (MRI) • Outpatient • Physical/ Progressive Care Self-Management Exercise Physiologist/ Nurse Practitioner Unit • Pulmonary Medicine • Surgical Services * Speech PatholoCy/Audiolo Coleman Community Health Center. Diabetes Classes • Classes • Nutrition Counseling • Healthmobile Scheduling Enoch Callaway Cancer Clinic • Cancer Registrar • Comprehensive Cancer Services • Diagnostic Imaging • Endoscopy . Mammography . Bone Densitometry , Radiation Therapy, Ultrasound  Hand H • 15Obed Skilled Nursing Facility * Adult Day Care C’BJa Heart Clinic • Cardiac Care • Risk Reduction & Rehabilitation Program Twin Fountains Home • 116-bed Skilled Nursing Facility West Georgia Dialysis , offices in LaGrange, Newnan and Warm Springs West Gepia Home Care • covers 10 area counties West Georgia H , home care for terminally ill patients * in-patient facility for those who are unable to remain at home. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM One health system. All the care you need. 1514 Vernon Road LaGrange, Georgia (706) 882- i 4 [ i www.wghs.org t