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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2003 PAGE 3-A I@PRECIATED - Employee of the month Rhonda Fuller is in her fifth year at the ioosP.w It Institute. s naa Fuller Top July Staffer "Fun in the workplace" and "celebrat- one another," are two Roosevelt Values exemplified by the stitute's July Employee of the Month, Onda Fuller. Described as one of those rare indi- iduals possessing both organizational 011s and creativity, Fuller constantly the scenes, handles heavy still manages time for spe- A few of those special projects in recent years have included RWSIR's Strategic Plan, Theme Days and, most recently, the visit of Leadership Georgia on March 28. Fuller, who resides in Hamilton, is in her fifth year at the Roosevelt Institute and her third as executive secretary for the executive administrator of programs and services, Carolyn McKinley. 00soired by a Grandmother Ency Dunn Earns Acclaim for Helping Senior Citizens ancy Child Dunn has a ',ial love for senior adults. she was a child, she being with her ,dmother. She helped her  -tenec to her tell about ast. er love for seniors has va through the years. In I she wanted to get sen- together for some "great Wship." .She organized and has ued for over six years, rnrni . Senior Adult Fellowship that once a month at her St. Elizabeth Seton Church. With the LOVED BY MANY- Nancy Dunn (back left) is shown with of her family and oth- a few of her favorite seniors. Pearl Hoger on front left, this "Fellowship" has Doris Freitas on the right and joining her on the back row to be a favorite with is brought by sen- nd delicious it is. Food thought is offered too. )rograrns are pre- from out of town to local talent, rain- doctors, and other people for keep- ern up to date on activ- affable to seniors. fellowship and seems to be the of all. Nunnally, Joyce and Myrtice Moody With all who think They say she cares for them and h count on her. a highlight of each bid Child, Nancy's says that she has is Marion Dunn. always wanted to take care of everyone. Even all the stray animals around too. He remembers their first litter of kittens. Nancy chose one for her very own that she named Stumpy. He was the only one with three legs. "That's just Nancy," he says. "She's a very special person and a wonderful daughter." Dr. Bob Patterson, pastor of First Baptist Church in Warm Springs sings her praises. "She is much more than a secretary. I don't know what I would do without her," he says. Meriwether CounW Faith in Action is also, lucky to have Nancy as a secretary and avid volunteer. Jerry Levins, FIA coordinator says, "Anyone is lucky to have Nancy as a friend, helper, or caregiver. She is very dependable and loyal." Nancy White, who has been Nancy's best friend for years says, "You can't find a better friend. Our children have grown up together and we have been in Church together for years. I can always count on her." Nancy Dunn has said many times that she feels blessed to have been called to be a caregiver and servant to others. She really gives all she has to others. Nancy Dunn has blessed many and will continue as long as someone has a need. Meriwether County is blessed. 17 .............. Ju/y 21 Carol Cain sey Fred Thompson(M) Pase & Mrs. Steve Lynch July 22 Anne McKenney Sara Bugg Scott Worthy Wesley Fowler 18 Williams Ann Howington (M) I ik Freeman(M) Richardson Cook Boyd Griffith Elder [ubbard Samples (M) Neese Striblin Hill Pointer '  Mrs. Steve Balaam Mr. & Mrs. Bill Johnson (A) Reed Allen (M) juy 23 Brooklyn Brisky Paul Duffey William Tucker(M) Harris- Hamilton Amanda Coy Harris and Derick Eugene Hamilton will be wed at 7:00 p.m. July 18th at Corinth Baptist Church in Corinth. The bride-elect is the daughter of John and Teresa Harris and the granddaugh- ter of Mrs. Vivian Hill Betts all of Hogansville and the late Robert L. Betts and the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris. She is a graduate of Troup High School and West Georgia Technical College and is employed as a Pharmacy Technician at Kroger Pharmacy in LaGrange. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. Homer Hamilton of Greenville, and the late Mrs. Kathy Hamilton. He is the grandson of Mrs. Peggy Hamilton of Greenville and Mr. James Freeman of LaGrange. He is a graduate of LaGrange High School and is attending West Georgia Technical College. He is employed by Cotton Transmission in LaGrange. No formal invitations will be sent but all relatives and friends are invited to attend. Church Women Offer Sermonettes The women of Springfield Baptist Church in Hogansville will present a Sermonette Service on Sunday, July 20 at 3 p.m. Guest speakers will be Rev. Jennifer Russell, Rev. Gloria Burks and Rev. Sharon Wilkes. The service is open to the public. Class of '68 Plans Reunion It's that time again. The class of 1968 of Manchester High School is planning our 35th class reunion to be held Oct. 17th and 18th 2003. Anyone from the classes of 1967 and 1969 who would like to join us and is willing to work with us is invited to join us Monday evening, July 21, in Warm Springs at the new Ginka's restau- rant (formally The Blue Willow) at 7 pm to start the planning. You may contact the fol- lowing people for information- Elaine McGraw Neal--706-846-0204; Elaine Bulloch Threadgill-706-846-3007; Lisa Handley Tuttle- -706-846-2782. New Hope Plans Family Day New Hope Baptist would like to invite all in celebrating our 1st Annual Family & Friends Day on Sunday, July 27. We hope you'll be with us at 10:45 am at the New Hope Baptist Church, 1 Pigeon Creek Road in Manchester. Immediately following, we'd like you to join us for refreshments in the Fellowship Hall. Your presence would add a special mean- ing to the occasion. Woman Earns Nursing Degree The Medical College of Georgia in ;i:L  " N::iii)iii;; ;i!iii{[ ! :: ........... li::; il I Augusta conducted graduation on May 9 for the Spring 2003 graduates. Receiving a degree, from Woodbury, was Anna Maria McDaniel. Anna received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and is working in the Emergency Room at Roper Hospital in Charleston, South Carolina. Relay for Life Coming Soon The American Cancer Society's 2nd Annual Relay For Life in Meriwether County will take place on August 1-2 at Greenville High School. Relay For Life is a fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate local Cancer Survivors and to raise money for Research Programs for your American Cancer Society. Annexation Hearing on Tap There will be a public hearing on Tuesday, July 29 at the R.D. Hill Multi Purpose Center (Old Depot Building) on 1224 Terrell Street in Greenville at 5 p.m. to discuss the annex- ation of property, Land Lot 197 and 198 of the 8th District area 96.753 acres into the city limits. The property is owned by Mr. I_aney Hargett and Mr. Denny Wood. All interested parties and citizens are invited to attend. 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