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{ L :,C PAGE 10A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010 Sends Group to Jamaica We will be having a group True Story will be there to have a nursery for our little from the church leaving for perform along with guest ones birth through age three. Bog Walk, Jamaica on July speaker Cody Deese. Contact We also have children's 17. Please be in prayer for Todd Pruitt at 706-523-2581 ff church for 4-10 year olds. those who will be going to you are interested in attend- Wednesday evenings we spread the gospel of Jesus ing or if you have any ques- have dinner at 5p.m. followed Christ. t-ions, by prayer meeting at 6 p.m. Our Keenagers will be Please join us on Our youth also meet at 6 p.m. having a covered dish dinner Wednesday evenings for a for a time of praise and wor- at the church on August 12. home cooked meal at 5 p.m. ship. Adult choir is from 7- Please contact Lynn You can call Lynn Campbell 8:30p.m.Pleasecomeandjoin Campbell ff you are 50 years by Tuesday mprning to make us for a time of fellowship or older and would like to be areservationfordinner.Lynn and worship. a part of this group. Lynn can can be reached at 706-637- If you need a ride to the be reached at 706-637-8731. 8731. church contact our van min- Our youth, along with Our Sunday church serv- istry at 706-637-8731. Call on Highland Baptist and First ices include Sunday School at Saturday for a fide on Sunday United Methodist youth will 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship and Tuesday for a ride on be hosting a free concert on Service at 11 am, with Wednesday. Aug. 13, at the Hogansville Evening Worship Serviceand Amphitheater at 6:30 p.m. Youth Group at 6 p.m. We Reach, Teach, & Serve from page 1A the proposal. "I've had nothing but pos- itive response," said council member Bobby Joe Frazier. "We have been looking for solutions to the problem we inherited, and right now we only have one solution." Frazier noted that discus- sions had been previously held with Diverse Power, and noted the discussions had spanned "the last eight years." "I'll support it so we can move forward and get the city out of debt and increase our lic hearing in the council services and do a better job chamber but Jackson said it for the citizens of this town," was not largeenoughand sug- Frazier said. gested the elementary school Council member Thomas auditorium. He then began Pike reported hearing only pushing to set a date for a positive comments, public hearing. "I don't see how we can Council member Jean lose," Pike said. Crocker was not present for Council member Scott the meeting. Worthy reported some peo- Leidner reminded the ple wanting more informa- council members the propos- tion regarding the proposal al did not have any "struc- and some in favor of it. He ture". He noted the proposal urged Hogansville residents was "in the hands of the tobegin asking questions now lawyers." and not wait until after a deci- Leidner said it could be a sion had been made. month or more before the Jackson then suggestedproposal is ready. the need for a "town house" Other than discussion, no meeting on the proposal, action was taken regarding Worthy suggested a pub- the proposal. ~dm~ymi~reoly~l f~r=~ ~=p~,nde~t ~anced has.are ar~ 3 r~on:tl~ ;rvrmums U!eda c~rd nJt :e:~ll~d i~l !~;A & ~A %b~bhy f,;f IocJ cbann~ I~d on ,;eFv~(.~ ~dle~ *'BILL CR[I~T/'PROEN/INNING ., F~T~." LIHr lir:es. CH01C[ ~ ~gfm0. CH61EE XTRA $5329/i~, Upon DIR ECTVSys~m ac~vati~, customer v~l] receive redemp~on fnstnlcti~s 0nduded in custm~'s first ~ig.. a =~#arate m~,or, ln the state of NewYe~k, from re~tmr] a~l must c~mp~y ~ the terms 01' the Ins~'uc~ons. 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Gift to Pine Mountain is presented as a sharing ofgitts and talents by the members of Photo By ANDY KOBER SLEEPING THROUGH THE SONGS - In addition to those performing on the stage during last Saturday's West Georgia Idol opening competition, this pair of proud grand- parents were found in the audience with their own pride and joy - in the person of two- month old Elle Summerlin. Peacefully sleeping, little Miss Elle was totally unimpressed with any of the talent on the Hogansville amphitheater stage. Anne I. nham June Saint Danid Williamson P~ Trainer Introduction to Tai Chi: Wed. L~aNorris from page 1A ject to weather conditions. A brief thunderstorm struck Hogansville before the competition, serving to cool the temperatures. This made for a very pleasant evening and event as much of the amphitheater is shad- ed by large trees inter- spersed among the terraces. Only a few competitors had performed when a brief shower moved through the area. The competition was halted for about 30 minutes and then resumed. from page 1A A second audition v411 be held at 4 p.m., Saturday, July 17, in the amphitheater. Competitions will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday, July 31, and Saturday, August 7, with the final competition sched- uled for Saturday, August 14. THE WEST Georgia Idol competition lS serious busi- ness and could get one lucky person noticed. The winner will receive a cash prize of $1,000, a recording contract for a demo and a chance to per- form live at the Smith Family Dinner Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN. General admission to any of the West Georgia Idol events is $5 per person. Those performing last Saturday included: Van Barnett, Brandon Boone, Freddie Britt, Lloyd Buchanan, Katie Cain, Luis Castro, April Conner, Shelley Cooke, David Dansb ,:A er I mas, Kathryn ' Dtrrh m, Julie Edmundson, Heather Hardy, April Harper, Anna Howington, Cody James, Neosha Johnson, Dallas Keaton, Corbin Knowles, Mallory Meachum, Anthony Morrison, Ben Ogletree, Kristie Lynn Pellerin, Angela Price, Joseph Rainwater, Alison Rob_an, Victoria Scott, Whitney Scott, Chance Williams, Brittany Young and Brittany Zackery. noted the van had a long scratch along the passenger side from the right front door to the fight rear taillight. The van might also have a "foot- Dlgdd: Home Advanlage plan require: ?4 rnon[l~ agreer~'eq[ e,qe Established in 1903 'q'he Area's Oldest Antique Store" Located at Hlstoric Jones Crossroads At Intersecti0n;of GA Highway 18 & 219 10 Miles West of Pine Mountain 706-885-0666 baU-sized" dent on the dri- ver's side beneath the mid- dle window. 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