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PAGE 2A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010 m Summer may still be in off at their school beginning order to assist with trans- full swing, but plans areat 7:30 a.m., and the tardy portation. Parents are asked underway for the new school bell will ring at 8:10 a.m. to remind students not to year. West Side Magnet School remove the wristbands dur- With the modified 165 dayandthethree high schools will ing this time. school calendar, which isbegin instruction at 8:15 a.m. available at www.troup.org, and end instruction at 3:50 REGISTRATION and school times have been p.m. The tardy bell will ring "Meet the Teacher" dates are adjusted slightly, at 8:10 a.m. as follows: Elementary schools will Bus stop locations and * Elementary school begin instruction at 7:45 a.m. timesformorningpickupand"Meet the Teacher" DayAug. and end instruction at 2:45 afternoon drop off will be 16, noon until 6 p.m.; p.m. Car riders may be available to parents at ele- Middle school and West dropped off at their school mentary "Meet the Teacher" Side Magnet registration beginning at 7:15 a.m., and day and middle and high Aug. 16, from 10 a.m. until 6 the tardy bell will ring at 7:40 school registration days. p.m.; a.m. Elementary students High school registra- Middle schools will begineight years old and younger tion, 9th and 12th grades, instruction at 8:15 a.m. and will be given red wrist bands Aug. 4, noon until 6 p.m.; 10th end instruction at 4:15 p.m. on the first day of school to and llth grades, Aug. 5, noon Car riders may be droppedbe worn for three days in until 6:00 p.m. Next Week's Menu at Senior Center Announced The Southern Crescent bread, margarine, apple- Area Agency on Aging sauce and strawberries, milk, announces the menu for next coffee and tea. week. Tuesday - 100 percent Monday - Whole grain l00 fruit juice, soft shell taco percent fruit juice, sliced salad (beef), lettuce, tomato, turkey with gravy, crowder cheese, salsa, Mexican rice, peas, collard greens, corn- tortilla (1), low-fat sour DANIEL, HADDEN, & ALFORD, P.C. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY If you have been turned down for social security disabil- ity benefits, we may be able to help. We have over 20 years experience in getting social security benefits approved. Please call Danny Daniel for a free consul- tation. (706) 882-9261 202 N. Lewis St. LaGrange, GA 30240 cream, tropical fruit salad, milk, coffee and tea. Wednesday- Whole grain 100 percent fruit juice, sea- soned baked chicken breast, parslied potatoes, squash casserole, biscuit, mar- garine, banana, milk, coffee and tea. Thursday - 100 percent fruit juice, meatloaf, lima beans, cabbage, cornbread, margarine, chocolate pud- ding, milk, coffee and tea. Friday - Whole grain, 100 percent fruit juice, white lima beans, cole slaw, glazed carrots (boiled in O J), corn- bread, margarine, sugar free cherry cobbler (splenda), milk, coffee and tea. District 29 Resident for 14 years Primary Care Family Physician Small Business Owner Serving your needs in the community Well respected, trusted, determined and loyal Caring for our men in uniform, now and previously while working at Fort Benning Emergency Room Paid Political Advertisement Paid for by Hurst for Senate seafood 4776 Nebula Rd Warm Sprin s Oa. 31830 U 0,,', Feat ing Pedro A o: The for "Dickey Bet " and The Alhan Bm&m Also featuring: Jack Kirkner: Keyboard Player for Honey Tribe and The AIIman Brothers. His main gig is as keyboardist for The Schwag, They are a St, Louis based touring tribute to The Grateft ead. The Schwag has MR around for 14 years and plays about 150 shows a year in up to 18 states. Interested in advancing your education without sacrificing your family and career? Troy University can help: Associate, bacheler's and'master,'s degree programs Flexible evening, weekend and onlir.:e classes Programs designed for working aduits Affordable tuition (V,&, TA and Financial Aid accepted) Earn your degree faster--five terms per year Continuing education programs available UNIVERSITY. A future of opportunities NO/f/ENROLLING FOR OUR UPCOMING TERM Contact the Columbus/Ft. Benning Site o ~- h 706-660-2336 t e z@]troy.edu troy.edu i