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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010 PAGE 3A Students from Troup County Schools were invit- ed by The Laurel Garden Club of LaGrange to be part of an art contest held in con- junction with the Hydrangea Festival. Over 170 students sub- mitted art work featuring their favorite hydrangea either in crayon, colored pencil, watercolor, acrylic, or mixed media. First place winners included: for third grade Isabelle Sistino of West Side Magnet School, for fourth grade Annie Burch of Hollis Hand Elementary School, and for fifth grade Dante Hailstork of Hogansvine Elementary School A r t work was judged on creativity, neatness, originality, and techni- cal skills. Judges Dante i n c 1 u d e d Hailstork local artist and former teacher Annie Greene, artist and art teacher Connie Wilkerson, and designer and Laurel Garden Club member Sarah Pelham. Winners received rib- bons and LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce Shop at Home certificates. HOGANSVILLE ALL STARS COMPETE IN STATE PLAYOFFS - The 9-10 year old All Stars from Hogansville Recreation traveled to Cordele to complete in the state playoffs. The players included, left to right: (front) Kya Burston, Jasmine Dukes, Alexis Ford, Mallory Gallaway, Danielle Shelton, Oeisha Martin; (middle) Adrianna "13gner, Skylar Rice, Ashley Juarez, Shannon Crawley, Shakera Allen, Destiny Fitzpatrick, Chanderia Tigner; (back) Coach Adrian Hill, Sammy Kazmi of Love's Travel Stop, and Coach Alan Gallaway. Not pictured is Denise Fitzpatrick. The team would like to thank their sponsors: Love's Travel Stop, Roger's Bar-B-Que, McDonald Oil/Summit, and Buck and Debra Davis, for helping with the tournament expenses Grantville and Lone Oak News west ma on :C ;7 7 97 Or :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ........................................... Children's lebratiOn, 6i30 P:m, Monday,: !9; in. Johnson street Park. Hot dogs, chips and:ice ci /eam: ur tesy Of The:Hogansville ~lot Club. ::::..:: .::: :::: ....... 19, at city hall. The public is encouraged to attend. S er Reading Program at Hogansville blic Library, 3 :p.m., ursday, July 22; featuring Mama Jama with her popular fun activities and stories. .... Handmade-- Homegrown Market in Hogansville, 8,30 a.m, to 12:30 p m., Saturday, :July 24, Calvin Hipp Park, Booth g; ade in downtown Hogansville, 10 a.m, Saturday, Juty Dom:;$:30 to: 9:30:a;m :ag 2hesdaY, J~ i~7~i~:~H~~e~i~ H~ ~: : :: West Geor Idol Contest. 4 Hogansville Amphitheater. AdmissiOn ~ :Foi~ ~r$ ~:~! PARK MEAD()WS APAR"MEN" marion call 7 7-9497 or 706-637-8887. Hog C!ub meeting, 6 p;m.:M0ad y 2, at the Recreati h Department. o ma=tibn call 706-637-8113. Council meeting, 7 p.m., Monday,: ugu 2, at city public: is d to atten By JANIE ELLIS Congratulations to Doro- thy D. Thornton upon her recent retirement with 22 years of service from Milliken Live Oak in LaGrange. Enjoy life! The Ellis 29th annual birthday celebration was held at the homesite on Sunday, July 4. The honorees were: Christopher Levon Williams: July 2; Alanda Tamekia Leigh: July 3; Kippie Lynn Ellis: July 3 and Wenonah E. Leigh: July 4. The theme was "Birthday Blessings." We wish them many, many more. Happy anniversary wish- es go to: Gerald and Karen Jabaley, Jr., on their 11th on July 9; John Henry and Alice Portress on their 61st on July 9; Jeffrey and Natasha Searcy, Jr. on their 15th, Eetor and Marian Dean on their Ellis, Loretta Freeman, Ashley Glanton, Marvene Goolsby, Pamela Hamilton, Annie Kate Rosser, Bernice H. Render, Ella Rosser, Vita B. Sewell, Rev. Lucy Stanley, Dora G. Terry, Brianna Bynum, Jeremiah Colton, Stalin Williams, Shun Williams and Martha Russell. Bethlehem Baptist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to its annual Revival to be held July 14-16 (Wednesday through Friday) nightly at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night will be: Rev. Frederick Stanley, Pastor of Zion Rest Baptist Church, Valley Alabama. Thursday night will be: Rev. Michael Jackson, pastor of Confidence Baptist Church, LaGrange and Friday night FUN CONTINUESATTHE LIBRARY- Laughter and shouts of joy were heard throughout the Hogansville Library last week when Mr. Keith Kamok, ventriloquist and magician, will be Rev. Kenneth Barley, tor 5f Wo sbAp peffoffn azingtricks. childrbn W Ch' dih ama e:' Life - C ntet';' : 'l tt gattsitle:: ment en,things appe ed and disappeared, before thei Rev.WiMeJoeCameronisthe eyes. He also brought with him his talking pet duck. All in 64th on July 18; and Daniel pastor and Rev. Lucy Stanley, and Elizabeth Williams on Associate Pastor. their 21st on July 14. We wish Greater Jehovah Baptist them, many more. Church, Grantville invites Our belated sympathy everyone to its annual Women goes out to the family of In White on Sunday, July 18 Valeria Reeves Mitchell of Newnan, formerly of Greenville in her death. Rest in Peace. Birthday greetings go to: Charles Anderson, Mary D. Amey, Ann Arrington, Emily Kate Bohannon, Gene Autry Buchanan, Carol Baldwin, Minister Gloria Ann Canty, Gwen Colton, Kenneth Colton, Gregory Colton, Jeremy Colton, Sailor Recruit Demorrio Fuller, Ellis McCall, Thelma Ford, Ronald Portress, Rev. Gregory Jackson, Mattie Bell Dean, Shamonica Colton, Rosa Marie Dean, Buffie Ytivie Keep Your Privac ino@rockborromscapes.com - www.rockbottomscapes.com at 11 a.m. with guest speak- er Minister Igola Richardson. Rev. Chris McCambry is the pastor. Rev. Edmond attendance agreed that it was the best show this summer. The summer programs will end on this coming Thursday, with a visit from storyteller Mama Jama, which will be held at the Senior Center. Prizes will be given to the children who read the most books and refreshments will be served. Leigh is the Associate Pastor. 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