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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2002 GREAT TRIP - Brownie Troop 377 recently enjoyed a trip to Savannah to visit the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low. They also enjoyed a riverboat ride, a dolphin tour and a tour of Ft. Jackson. They would like to thank the First United Methodist Church for their support of the troop. Pictured left bottom: Anna Howington, Sumer Hemdon Meagon Sharp, Anna HammetL Shelby Stephens; top, Melissa Howington, Kim Herndon, Angela Sharp, Kim Hammett, Eva Stephens. Springfield Baptist Plans 'All Ministries Day' Springfield Bat:t ist ('hurch, PoplarStreet, The special guest will be Dr. R.L. White [Iogansville will celebrate their annual "All Jr. and the Mount Ephraim Baptist Church Ministries Day" Sunda, ,luly 28th at 5 p.m. of Atlanta. Boat Safety Course Set At West Point By BRYAN-GEI'ER ,n, The Georgia')epartment of Natural Resources, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at West Point Lake, will conduct a personal watercraft and boating safety course at the West Point Project Management Office on July 30 and August 1 from 7 pro. until 10 p.m. The course will provide information on legal require- ments, navigation rules, pre- venting personal watercraft and boating accidents and new boating laws. Participants will receive a certificate from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources upon completion of this course. This course meets Georgia's new law that requires completion of a safe boating cour;e for persons age 12-15 who wish to oper- ate a personal watercraft or boat without adult supervi- sion. A maximum of 40 partic- ipants can be accommodat- ed for the course on a first come, first serve basis. Pre-registration is neces- sary and can be done by call- ing West Point Project Management Office at (706! 645-2937. ll 1st Baptist By Patti Phillips ....... l)eacon of lhe Week: Kenneth Dial (July 14) and Jim Campbell LJuly 21 ). As ou pra y. remem bet: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Pauline Powers, "lh'avis Chaffm. Mar}, Kathryn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. \\;Vayne Neighbors, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, "lml l:]ournoy, Lou Palmer, Wayne Butler, Wendy Irvin, Dorothy St. Clair, Randy Worley, Wayne Yarbrough, Haley Teasley, Horace Worley and Lucile Wilson. Also, be in prayer for the upcoming Vacation Bible School. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the St. Germaine family in Louisiana. She was the sister-in-law of Mrs. Jean Miltm: We had a baby dedication for Jacob Kai Campbell July i Rev. WiIli: .,'':,:! M:wk 10:13-16 Then there was a respon- sive reading by his parents, Chris and Mariea Campbell, fol- lowed by the congregation. VBS is July 28-August 1 at our church. The refreshment committee needs donations of cookies, chips or any snacks children enjoy and two-liter soft drinks. There are boxes in the church foyer and fellowship hall for this purpose. Also, crafts are in need of empty paper towel rolls, wire coat hang- ers and old men's tics. Our Youth and JVs had an ice cream social at the church the afternoon of July 14. Worship With The Word: Rev. Harold Willis (John 13:1) on July 14 and Mrs. l,isa Fowler (John 15:11-17 ) on July 21. July 14. was Comnmnion and the Adult Choir special music was "In Renmmbrance" and the pastor's morning mes- sage was "Thank God for Christian Friends" (Philippians 1:1-5). That night his Survey of the Bible was Nahum. On July 21st, the Adult Choir special music was "Saved By Grace." Rev. Willis began a series of sermons from Phitippians, "Parmers in the Gospel" (Philippians 1:3-8). That night, he continued his Survey of the Bible with Habakkuk. A baby crib has been placed in the church foyer by the Pregnancy Center of LaGrange, Inc. for donations of any baby items (i.e., used toys or clothes in good condition, any size baby diapers, disposable lotions, creams and soaps). These items will be donated to expectant mothers who are unable to purchase them Monetary donations are also accept- ed. Checks should be made payable to the LaGrange Pregnancy Center and placed in the offering plate with your name and the amount you are giving, on it. The Betty Carpenter Circle met at the church July 15 with Mavis Garrett. Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Nettle Rowe and Fletcher Acree present, The monthly Sunday School Fellowship Time was July 21st with Huell and Marguerite Stephens providing the refreshments. These are held every third Sunday of the month at 9:30 a.m., followed by the assembly and Sunday School. Sunday, July 21st was Senior Adult Ministries Day in Georgia Baptist Convention churches. Offering envelopes were placed in the church bulletin for those persons wish- ing to give an of Dring to the ministry and an insert explain- ing it. First Baptist VBS Starts on Sunday By PATTI PHILLIPS "Amazon Outfitters: On Expedition with the One "I-ue God" Deuteronomy 10:17 is this year's theme and scripture verse for the Hogansville First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School that is an event of Sunday, July 28 - Thursday, August 1 from 6-8:30 p.m. Family night is August 1 beginning at 6 p.m. with a hot dog supper and joint worship service. All children ages.3.-g fade 8 are cordially invited to become a part of this exciting Vacation Bible School and learn about God. For more information or transportation, call the church office at 637-8731. Hogansville first Baptist Church is located at 500 East Main Street. 299 Commerce Ave., US HWY. 29 (OLD WAL-MART BLDG.) LaGrange, GA (706) 88,4-2500 Georgia's Biggest T 1071 E. 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