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HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - TftURSDAY, JULY 31, 2003 PAGE 3-A Cain brake Caddy iaad Mrs. Joe Spinks (A) 1 Spradlin and Mrs. Jesse Chipman Higgins (M) s Hanners (M) Hubbard (M) Katter Pennington Morris (A) Butler (M) Collins 1 Brown Johnson August 4 Brenda Sims . Daxx McGhee Erica Dunlap Randy Crews Steve Rahn W. Ed Geter Mr. and Mrs. Bubba'Hendrix (A) Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips (A) August 5 Belle Willis Colleen Sims Jamie Hunt Molly Ann Hubbard Myranda Moore Sherie Mills Mr. and Mrs. Tony Davis (A) August 6 Joe Spinks Lois Spence Shaina Spradlin Terry Searels Tony Davis Mr. and Mrs. Tim Freeman (A) Hugh Robinson (M) Hamby- Weiher and Mrs. William Douglas Hamby of Luthersville the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Carol, Gray Weiher, son of Alyce G. Allen and the late Donald Hogansville. the granddaughter of William A. and 1 Cook of Luthersville, and Emma Hamby and the late r of Hamilton. y is a 1994 graduate of Flint River Academy ! 1996 graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral gree. She is a licensed and funeral director at McKibben Funeral Home Carol and John Gray The future bridegroom's grandparents are Novelle Gray and the late Leamon Gray of Hogansville and the late Raymond and Elizabeth Weiher of Rio Grande, Ohio. Mr. Weiher is a 1991 graduate of Hogansville High School and attended Souther Union Junior College. He is employed by the Lone Oak Tree Farm. The wedding will be an event of August 2, 2003 at three o'clock at the Allen Lee Memorial United Methodist Church in Lone Oak. DELIGHTFUL- This beautiful flower can be seen in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith at 105 Frederick Ave. in Hogansville. By Billy Bryant SKILLED PLAYER- Hynes Barnes, #30, is pictured as he hits a home run for Woedbury Baptist Church #2 team in a 19-4 win over First Assembly of Manchester in a church co-ed league game at City Field Monday night. EDUCATORS ATTEND SEMINAR - Areaeducators attended participated in the Summer Educator Academy sponsored by Flint River Tech Prep/School to Work Consortium.Pictured Front L-R: Thomas Johnson, Tech Prep Career Counselor, Christopher Hightower, Tech Prep Coordinator, Debera Ayers, Yolanda Walker, Tech Prep Secretary, James Jackson, Tech Prep Career Counselor, not pictured Dorothy Bass-Scuggs. CHALLENGING TASK- The Meriwether Heritage Book Committee members Sallie Mabon, Linda Dobbs, and Mary Anne Harman look over submitted family histories for the new county book to be compiled this fall. A genealogical workshop will be held in August in Manchester. Over fifty citizens attended the Greenville workshop which provided help with submitting family genealogies for the "Who's Who of Meriwether County." By Billy Bryant IT'S OFFICIAL - Ribbon cutting at Oglethorpe Power's Talbot Energy Facility in southwest Talbot County near Box Springs drew a large crowd on Friday, July 11. Pictured at this special event were local and visiting dig- nitaries (L-R) Oglethorpe's Robert Steele, who acted as Master of Ceremonies for the occasion, Chief Operating Officer Mike Price, Jan Wylie, who always does a commendable job representing Congressman Phil Gingrey, State Representative Debbie Buckner, Oglethorpe President Tom-Smith, Congressman Mac Collins, Talbot Development Authority Bob Koon, Talbot Board of Commissioners Chairman Freeman Montgomery, and Oglethorpe Power's Benny Denham. Following an impressive program an official ribbon cut- ting, the crowd was served a delicious lunch and given tours of the beautiful facility. WELCOMED- Jared and Jacob Lackey, along with their parents Jimmy Dean and Jeana Lackey, are proud to announce the arrival of their brother and son Justin Blaine Lackey. Justin was born on June 2 atThe Medical Center. He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was21 and one- half inches long. Grandpar-ents are Marvin and Sara Jean Brown of Manchester, Marie Lackey of Talbotton and the late James Allen Lackey. Great- Grandmother is Rachael Brown of Thomaston. For help on the road to recovery, we're at the heart of good health. Cardiac rehabilitation that features individualized care.., this is what the Georgia Heart Clinic offers to help you have a healthier heart. We're here to help get you started on the road to recovery. If you've had a heart attack, bypass surgery, angioplasty or other cardiac problems, we will work with your personal physician to develop a program to help you cope with the effects of your condition. With state-of-the-art equipment and an individualized treatment plan, our caring professionals can assist you with life-changing recovery techniques while closely monitoring your improvement. When it comes to cardiac rehabilitation, we're at the heart of good health. One health syste All the care you need. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM i  1514 Vernon Road LaGrange, Georgia 30240 ": (706) 882-1411 www.wgh.org