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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2003 PAGE 5-A pers assist David Reynolds, president of Reynolds Construction lny in Carrollton and board member for Girl Scouts of Pine Valley Council, on at a groundbreaking ceremony at Camp Pine Valley in Meansville. They broke for a new tree house lodge, which will accommodate 32 girls. In addition to )lanned development includes upgrading existing platform tents, adding a improving infrastructure and building a second tree house lodge. The !Construction is the result of Girl Scouts of Pine Valley Council's capital campaign, Pine Valley...a campaign to build camping and character, The ongoing cam- has raised two-thirds of the needed $1.2 million, enough to begin the project. )ers assisting Reynolds are Girl Scouts from Fayetteville (from left): Leah 10; Jenay Robinson. 12; Heather Mossman, 16; and Jameka Davis; 15. Dystrophy Camp Underway summer thousands of children country enjoy the fun of summer L This summer the Muscular Dystrophy is once again giving youngsters disease the opportunity in the summer camp experience Walk 'n' Roll" in Rutledge at Camp July 27th through August 1st Campers and volunteers from central Georgia will come together for a :of summer fun. Kids ages 6-21 with hy.will rake part in iri': swimming, fistttrt riding, dances and a highly antic- talent show! the first day of Camp Walk 'n' Roll, will receive a special visit from the Stone Mountain Harley Owners Group. Over 100 bikers and roaring motorcycles will ride to Camp Twin Lakes to put on a bike show for the youngsters. Bikers will continue the excitement by branding the campers with colorful water tattoos and directing photo shoots with the motorcycles and kids. The counselors at Camp Walk 'n' Roll play an invaluable role to our campers. These vol- unteers dedicate a week of their summer to working with many campers on a one on one ratio. During this week counselors ensure fhat campers experience one of the best ' WeeRS of their year and*f6rm'long lasting friendships. In addition to volunteer coun- selors,, many other organizations donate goods or time to make camp a special expe- rience. Trinity Plans Homecoming Trinity CME Church of l)urand takes pride in celebrating their annual homecom- ing August 24, at 11:00 a.m. with one service respectfully. Rev. CJ Smith is the pastor, Jasper Ellison is the Chairman. Revival will begin Monday night the 25th through Friday night August 29th at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Did you hear the loving word? Pass it on. Like the singing of a bird? Pass it on. Let its music live and grow. Let its cheer another's woe: You have reaped what others sow... Pass it on. Birthday greetings go out to: Ms. Jeanette Buchannan, in memory of Mr. Harold Carter, Jeremy Brown, Mr. Willie Coverson, Pamela King, granddaughter of Rev. G.A. Black, Mr. Reginald ,Johnson, Jerame Lamar Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor (Sandra) Phillips, in memory of Mr. Roy Porter Jr., Mrs. Stacey Fountain, granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, daughter of Mr. Ellen Rosser, Mrs. Melinda J. Schumake, Ms. Loretta Stinson, Mr. Willie Norman Sewell, Ms. Yolanda Stewart, Ms. Annette Gibbs, Ms. Suzette Woods, Alden Portress, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. ,John Henry (Alice) Portress, Mrs. Waikiki LaTeresa Upshaw, Mrs. Mable Watson, sister of Mrs. Inez McCambry, Mrs. Nata Namea Watkins, and Mr. Leon Williams. Happy Anniversary goes out to the fol- lowing couples: Bro. Carlton and Evangelist Brenda Clark on their 31st on July 29; and Mr. and Mrs. Derek Hudson on July 30. We wish them many more happy years togeth- er. A very special happy birthday to Mr. Sylvester Rosser Sr. on his 85 years young on August 2nd and more happy birthdays to come. Remember our sick and shut-ins: Mr. James Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ector (Marion) Dean, Ms. Annie Ruth Leigh and Mrs. FYances Matthews. Seed for thought: Pass it on! the future i: ,n z what it used to be. DUAL ENROLLMENT programs with six area high schools , day, night & weekend classes over 1 15 certificates, diplomas and degrees HOPE Grant for those Georgia residents who qualify ATTENTll)N MEDICAL PERSONNEL i ', ,i  i':/)Tii/i !  , i ,!,,!ilii/iiiiiiiiiiii!, i/! !'i , !'i' ii, ',ii 3 ARTISTS- Ty McCann and Joshua Cook were recently selected as Prize winners in the community-wide coloring contest sponsored by Community in Hogansville. Ty McCann, age 5, placed first in the five and under group age 9, was chosen as the winner in the 6-12 age group. "Each young awarded a $50 United States Savings Bond and treated to an ice cream cone. above (L-R): Casey Smith, Branch Coordinator, Community Bank & Trust; Ty Joshua Cook; and Ronnie Mize, City President, Community Bank & Trust. the week: Jim shut- bereaved in prayer. Children's Worship Otwell. Adult Choir Special 7 morning was You", "I Need You Me", and of Worship". Dennis Patterson Sunday July Dr. Billy the Wednesday meeting. Harold Willis will 25 minute overview 3 at 9:30 a.m. hall about cults, the Several Eastern tell- American including some denominations. , for as long is interest. And he will be preach- services at Church in the Community .m. Bill McKenzie will music. Dr. Billy Burks is pastor of the church. We have our monthly Family Night covered-dish supper, Men's Ministry, etc. at our church Wednesday night, August 6. The Betty Carpenter Circle meets August 11. The Fall Revival at our church is August 17-20 with Dr. Keith Fordham, evangel- ist mad ventriloquist with his pal, "Homer", and his wife, Shirley, who is also a ventril- oquist with her pal, "Joy". Sunday services are 11 a.m. and Sunday night- Wednesday night are 7 p.m. Dr. Fordham and "Homer" will have the Sunday School Assembly at 9:45 a.m. and that day is High Attendance Day in Sunday School. Special emphasis will be: Sunday - Sunday School Night; Monday - Youth Night (a meal will be served to them) at 6 pm.; Tuesday - Children's Night (a meal will be served to them) at 6 p.m.; and Wednesday - Family Night (deserts served afterwards). Childcare will be provided for birth to three years old. Cottage Prayer meeting will be held before the Revival in various homes. Contact Jim Campbell for more informa- tion about these cottage prayer meetings. If you would like to be on the tele- phone committee, contact Mavis Garrett of Belle Willis. Happy Birthday in August to: Belle Willis on the 5th, Travis Chaff in on the 6th, Angela Chaffin on the 15th, Drew Campbell on the 18th, and Evelyn Spivey on the 22nd. Happy Wedding Anniversary in August to *Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips on the 4th, **Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rhodes on the 11th, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hines on the 15th, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fleming on the 26th. *A very special happy anniversary wish to my parents on their 52nd and ** my sister and brother in-law on their 19th. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at the Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. ' Work in i!? with ,Is? where where continued - 7a Rates Labor & Nurses ,500 Full-time RN's Mail or Fax Resumes to: Georgia Baptist Meriwether Attn: Valede Campbell, DON P.O. Box 8 Warm Springs, GA 31830 Fax: 706.655-9233 OR: Come by and fill out an application at 5995 Spring Street, Warm Springs, GA A ]HIGHER QUALITY OF CARE. A HIGHER QUAff OF LIFE,