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PAG]-: 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS -JuLY 26 2001 ..... Ok [ classified Bargains: Pages 7-9 I Lone a NEW LOCATION Golf 1901-B Manchester Expy. COLUMBUS lJust around the comer from ou okl tocation) 322-5076 NOW OPEN IN OLD LOCATION u.s. GOLF St. Frances Shopng Ctr. Columbus I Mon.- SaL 9-6 J 322-2143 By Bryan Geter 00ATERMELON CUTHN' Tuesday, July 31 =, 1 p.m. til "THANKS" to our fi@nds and customers for making our business a success/Everyone in Hogansville and surrounding area is invited to come enjoy.. Ice Cold Watermelon ON OUR LAWN! In Appreciation Of Your Support .. B j I I "1 Ht''l'lNC; & AAR, LLCW REALTY | | Sales--Sen,ice--Installation li I 401 E. Main Street, Suite A, Hogansville or The Lone Oak City council voted unani- mously Monday night to apply to GEFA for a construction loan to get the much-needed water project rolling. I.one Oak has 165 water customers and a water system which is more than 30 years old and problems are beginning to occur, according to Mayor Pro-tern Elaine Hillyer, who is also the town's clerk. Hillyer has taken the "bull by the horns" since tom mayor Bryan FerreL1 moved out of the community recently and two cotm- cilmembers resigned. Jason Gray and Susie Rosser are the only members at the present time left on the coun- cil. An application for $766,602 was attthor- ized in March by the council, but it didn't include the water tank, says Tim Grogg, gov- ernment finance consultanl for the GA Rural Commumty  Program tRCAP), who is Wing to mastermind the project along with Sc Copley. By voting for the project, Grogg can now apply for the Appropriation Treatment and Danger Grant for $50,000 and authorize the Governor's Discretionary Fund for $20,000. Grogg said he plans to ask  Dan Lee for his help in socur this maae,. The vote also authorizes  to seek a "Construction Loan" from GEFA to be used as coKateraL Tyhe total cost estimate amotult for the Water Improvements Project Preliminary Engineering is $853,331.60. Award-Win,ning .... " Jasmaine Talley gnizeA for Academ The United States Achievemeat clmd-for Academy announced today that J _ dedication toexceiletmeand" TaUey of Newnan has been recof ,  Dr, : academic achievement as a United States  oftJ , National Honor Roll Award winaer.  - :; :i Jasmaine, who attends Evans Middle School, will appear in the United States provide honor roll muts with many b Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, efits and a,4ces and is a great tribute to which is published nationally, a  dediclllio  . "Recognizing and supporti oth "   : is more important than ever before in- Rhodes and Michael'lhlley of Newnaa. Her America's history. Certainly, U  Achievement Academy winners shouldbe of Gran.  ' Hogansville Police Hold Bike To Help Area Y0ungsters Learn .......... .........  . i! :,-.).:_2: ety. b/  ..... A slow race was on tap The Hogansville Police DepartmR hted a Bicycle Rodeo last Saturday in the parkiag lot of Piggly Wgly Food Store with 30 children attend- ing from 10 aJm. Until 2 p.m. Hogansville Police James lper said  chil- dren were taught the rules of the road, including hand signals, the importance of wearing hehne Copley said bids should 1 ff all the monies get approve& Grogg said the bids would es. He said the consent first priority and days of the notice to proceed. It should take six months to everything, he noted. In other business, imously to have Dixie of LaGrange to restore and: to maintain and stabilize the air the water lines at a cost of $1,525. The money will come out of fund. Copley said the project is to requirements and make" water system. last being the winner, Raper said. HogansviUe Police Guy Spra and Raper were on hand along with Woodruff of the Troup Department, Del Armstrong Of the LaGrange Police - ; The West Georgia Health Mobile was i taking blood pressure and sugar checks. Order Seedlings Early, Agency landowners intending w l large tracts." ings ing 1-8(X)-GA TRK. sevdlinp  said, "but the supply is am large aa we had last year at this 1nine. So, order- Lug now could be an advantage for everybody from homeowners wanting to plant shade trees - to (770) The Georgia Forestry Commission urges buye to order tree seedlings early due to the probability of numerous species being sold out as the 2001 planting seasoa approach. Johnny Branan, GFC Chief of Reforestation, said that although the middle of summer is not the time to plant trees - "it is deft- nitely the best time to place your order and be sure your supply is reserve4 in your name when the time comes to plaut" , Branan said the usual rush to buy seedlings starts in September and certain species are often sold out in a matter of days. %Ve now have a good supply of quality hardwood and pine T-nose familiar white coats - brigkt, o'isp  dean. In the world of health signify physicians and other medical personnel - people who not only save lives but work every day to make life better for all of us. At West Georgia Health System, we are privileged to have one of the finest med- kl :affs anywhere. They tty-n "the goodguys" - dedicated, women who have devoted their lives to caring for others. Doctors, nurses, nidans and so many more - people who live their lives in an effort to help and heal. So if you should ever wonderuhy tk lxxtrays good guys as weadng ? - 2. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM n T , F 1514 Vemon Road LaGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 882-1411 www.wghorg