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PAGE 2-A HARWEU, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-marl: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org HOOFERS &Rv RESTAURANT PARK 3472 Hogansville Road LaGrange, GA 30240 www.hoofers.com PHONE 1-800-844-6737 HOGANSVIIJ2: HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 22 2004 Bricks of Honor Hogans Legion Post Helping Fund -'~--\ It will be privately funded via the names of veterans By CUNT CLAYBROOK ~ of engraved bricks and the project The Hogansville American Legion has joined forces with various veterans groups in helping raise funds for the Troup County Veterans Memorial in LaGrange. The memorial will be built at the new county administrative complex and will honor veterans of all wars. needs the help of the Hogansville area and other veterans, said Tommy Thrower, program chairman. "Freedom is never free," he remind- ed the public. "Come out today, buy a brick and honor a veteran.." He or other representatives of th6 local American Legion post will be sell- ing the bricks, which will carry the tFluntcliff Project Sold ~gtinu~lFrom 1A Page the local operation out Other Artists Performing Include: IIIrd Tyme Out The Lewis Family * Larry Stephenson Hurricane Creek David Parmley & Continental Divide Suggins Brothers & The Everett Brothers of that building. Kuehl's son, Andrew, was at work with other employ- ees on Monday, helping build ~new sidewalk that runs om Highway 29 down into e subdivision. The senior Kuehl said he didn~ want to reveal the pur- chase price, but told The Home News that he's known Arnold for a long time. "He recommended Hogansville to us and we think it's a good fit for us." His company has other projects under way, "but right now this is our primary development." Arnold retains control of MaUard's Lake Subdivision, We like Hogansville and the people are just super," he said. "We're very excited about our prospects here. "Hogansville is a friend- ly community and important to the home-buying public." Houses in the Villages will sell in the $100,000- $145,000 price range, he said, adding that they'll be target- ed mainly at first-time buy- ers and empty nesters. "We plan to offer a subdi- vision with amenities and out- standing value for the dollar," Kuehl said. Arnold began develop- merit of the subdivision some five years ago, but ran into difficulties with a part -owner ice and dates of service, at the Supermarket in Hogansville Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Veterans may buy a selves or old service buddies, rials for members of your served their country in tary's uniforms, Thrower said. who wanted to make it a com- munity of 500-plus house trailers, which everybody Eh THE BUCK STOPS HERE - You probably won't see deer with a rack this beautiful come the fall. This geous buck was just around in a wooded irae No on the ~he line