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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2002 PAGE 7-A r Delights Library Patrons Harris County Flea Market ,I ,z,, r , ' t EI LI } l/lING ON SALE. On July 10, Pat Gay, LaGrange Library Storyteller, brought whole menagerie of stuffed ani- to help her tell animal folktales the world. With a monkey hugging her neck, Pat told the stow of Monkey Face rFrank Asch as she drew a picture on board. When Monkey shows his to his friends, each one sug- She told one of the classic Coyote Indian culture "Tale Coyote's Tail" which always brings a the dogs get the best of the coyote's tail. Miss Pat had the children sing the entitled My Aunt Came Back r Pat Cummings where a young girl's her back special gifts from each exotic place she visits around the world. The children then helped enact the stow 'q'he Enormous Carrot" adapt- ed from the original stow by Alexei Tolstoy, The Great Big Enormous Turnip. Each character tries to pull up the carrot to no avail, then another char- acter is added to the line. The mouse added just the necessary weight to the line formed by all those trying to pull up the giant carrot. Miss Pat told the stow Five Little Monkeys Sitting in a Tree by Eileen Christelow. These little monkeys sitting in a tree discover, one by one, that it is unwise to tease Mr Crocodile. We're Going on a Lion Hunt by David Axtell where two girls set out bravely in search of a lion, going through long grass, a swamp, and a cave before they find what they're looking for was enacted with Miss Pat. Each child received a poster of Arthur, everyone's favorite aardvark, for attending the program. Our mascot, Croc-a-gator, says "Don't be late" when Cliff Patton, ven- triloquist and magician, with his friends Skeeter and Frizzy Hare has Things Hoppin' with magic, comedy and bal- loon artistry on Thursday, July 18 at 3:00 p.m. Croc-a-gator reminds everyone that Saturday, July 20, is the last day to turn in points for prizes and get your name in the drawing for grand prizes. On July 25, Carol Cain highlights our last program with stories from around the world. Grand prizes will be announced and refreshments served on that day. J \\; REAL WORLD, MANCHESTER - Some of the more than 300 youths from church- es across the South, worked this week for Kingdom Builders in the Warm Springs- Manchester area, help make repairs at Mary Perryman's house in Manchester (Bottom photo). Top photo: Kingdom Builders volunteers Tristan Connelly of Marietta and Sara Register of Raleigh, N.C. scrape old paint off window facings at Mary Culpepper's house in Manchester. Hearing Set for July 23 The Springs a from the Department g we met the application for our scenic Phase two of the request to develop a scenic byway Management Plan This has to be done in order to receive the designa- tion. In order to complete this plan we will hold public meet- ings so we can explain the plan and receive public input and help. The second meeting will be held July 23rd, 6:30 p.m. at the Community Building in Gay. The portion of the byway that we are covering at this meeting will be for anyone with a business or residence from Imlac to Gay on Hwy. Alt. 85 and the City of Gay; also, Massengale Mill Rd- to G& 109 Spur, Flat Shoals Rd- to the Flint River bridge. Institute Holds Graduation f was A graduation ceremony for students from across the state was held Friday, June 28th, at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation. Certificates were awarded for completion of work skills development and education pro- grains. Solomon Ferguson of Manchester was among the graduates. He received a cer- tificate for completinga work skills development program. Solomon obtained work expe- rience as a groundskeeper at the Institute. Help Asked In Solving Area Crimes Troup County investiga- tors are asking for your help in locating the person(s) that burglarized the Ribitz Store located at 2618 West Point Road. The burglary occurred between July 8th and July 9th, The subjects entered the store through the roof and once inside, took approxi- mately $570.00 in cash. Investigators also need your help in locating the per- son that burglarized a resi- dence at 2265 Hamilton Roa& According to the owner, she returned home on July 9th at approximately 9:20 p.m. and heard someone inside her residence. The person ran from the residence and couldn't be identified. Taken from the residence was a computer stand, a Samsung computer monitor and a micro tech scanner with a total value of $930.00. If you have any informa- tion on these or any crimes, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday night and approv: lWd: for $100.00. The caller with code number 6297 gave sheriff's investigators information concerning the location of a person wanted by the sher- iff's office on charges of child molestation and aggravated sexual battery. The approved caller should call the Crime Stoppers number (812-1000) again to receive instructions on how to pick up their reward. Ju/y lS Josh Williams, Lee Ann Howington. jury 19 Buddy Richardson, Debbie Cook, Mark Brock, Nadine Boyd, Robert S. Griffith, Christine Samples. July20 Brianna Neese, Eddie Striblin, Linda Hill, Terese Pointer, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duffey, Jr., anniversary. July 21 Carol Cain. J 22 Anne McKenney, Reed Allen, Sara Bugg, Scott Worthy, Wesley Fowler; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson, anniversary. Ju/y 23 Nancy Crockett, Paul Duffel William Tucker. 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