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PAGE 10 HOGANSVnJ HOME NEWS -JULY 26, 2001 Old Thmers Football Game Set for Town If the planners for this year's Hummingbird Festival in Hogansville get their way the boom of cannon and the cheers for the heroes of yesterday are going to be added to the annual fes- tival already chock full of rides, games and the best in Southern crafts and food. And, according to the festival organ- izers, this kind of planning, coupled with last year's success, is putting a rush on the applications for booths. Vicky and Roger Brown, who own the Victoria Belle Plantation, a special events facility on Main Street in Hogansville, hope to bring in a War Between the States encampment to their property for the whole festival weekend. There will be historically accurate craft i and military demonstrations as well as an actual military engagement. "It'll be a lot of fun," said Mrs. Brown, "and it's very educational. Kids love to ask the re-enactors questions about what they're doing and the re enactors love to answer them." And the Hogansville Alumni whose class reunion was such a wonderful part of last year's festival ("Main Street was one big hug") are also planning new activ- ities. A Hogansville Homecoming com- plete with an old timers football game and cheerleaders from yesteryear is under consideration. The festival, held this year on October 20th and 21st and billed as an Arts and Hogansville Festival Oct. 20-21 Crafts and Family Fun Extravaganza, raises money for the Hogansville Charitable Trust. The Trust, chaired by local business- man Jack Leidner, has helped Hogansville city government write and submit a series of federal grants for near- ly a million dollars worth of civic improvements, first and foremost being the renovation of the Royal Theater (Hogansville's City Hall). -... Work on the theater will begin this fall. Profits raised during the festival go toward the theater renovation and required matching funds for the grants. "The Hummingbird Festival is more important than ever this year," says Leidner. "Work should start soon on the City Hall with the Heritage 2000 grant and the $35,000 that Senator Dan Lee got from the state. And the Streetscapes grant of $350,000 will be put to contract soon and we'll also need matching funds there as well. The Hogansville depends on the festival to help of this. And it's not only good fun, too!" Hummin Stankiewicz says, "The to be bigger and better than We should top last year's record of nearly 5,000 people." And the food. arts and crafts applications are already Interested parties need to Stewart quickly to get spaces. Mary can be reached by (706) 637-9794 or folks can just our shop at 200 East Main Hogans,dlle." We Will Not Be Ilngmsolg.q TRT Ranch & Supply C 300 Last Bacon St. LaGralqt Ga (add Fanimr's Sulqdy BuHdlng] (706] 884-7844 Purina & Southern Statm; Feod Fainn & Gillon Suppilos Sood & FortJlizor By Bryan C-,eer SUMMER PARTY SCENE - A large number of friends and family enjoyed helping Zack Evans (c) celebrate his '7th Birthday" with a wiener roast and games and of course, ice cream and cake. The party took place last Saturday in Durand at the home of his grandparents, Lamar and Barbara Evans. Unity Crusade Planned for Aug. 9-11 At LaGrange's Callaway Auditorium Everyone is invited to the LaGrange Unity Crusade, August 9-11 beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. The interdenominational crusade features Evangelist J.E. Garner with special guest singing by The Good News Trio, The Langleys, Harvest Rain, Christian Russell and many more. The crusade will be held at the Callaway Auditorium in LaGrange. For additional information, call (912) 649-6066. Deacon of the Week: Ken Hines (July 15) and Joe Travis (July 22). As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Louise Wilson, Press Miller, Howard Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Evelyn Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cottingham, Billy Cantrell, Freda Kelley, Bruce Lee, Donnie Faulkner, David Shearouse, Wesley Phillips, Marcellite Broussard, Chris Thomas, Lewis Weaver, Joel Bain Wayne Yarbrough, David Smith and Doris Swanson. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Exa Lassetter and Mrs. Clarence Weaver at their recent deaths. Worship With the Word: Kendra Palmer reading Psalm 133 (July 15) and Latisb_a Mitchem reading Romans 8:28-29 (July 22). Children's Sermon: Sharon Cantrell (July 15) and Mariea Campbell (July 22). Adult Choir special music, "I've Been Changed" (July 15) and "That Glad Reunion Day" (July 22). Rev. Harold Willis' sermon Sunday morning, July 15, was Let s Walk Together (Ephesmns 4: 1-16) in a series about church renewal. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday in Sunday School and church. Rev. Marion Price of Hoansville preached for us Sunday morning from Isaiah 44: 1-6. Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School class on having 100% perfect attendance on July 22. Carl Bennett is their teacher. Thought for the Day: We love because He first loved us! The Hogansville Ministerial Association sponsors a Fifth Sunday Night Song Service and the next one will be July 29 at Highland Baptist Church, 7:00 p.m. This is community-wide. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. :m I q a i 0 $ 000,000 GUARANTEE! 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