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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2006 PAGE 3-A GUESTS OF HONOR- Bingo Buddies met on the last Wednesday of the month. The group mrecognized members who celebrated birthdays , and wedding anniversaries. This time it was Richardson and Pete Maxwell for the month of July. By .Gad Youn~ood COOL -KIDS- ' Christopher Youngblood can't wait for Logan O'Hara to get to the bottom. He's just having fun chas ng all the other kids down the slide. The device was set up at at Little Bo Peep Nursery and Day Care on Monday morning, July 24. Corinth Baptist. Church. is ha v:. .its. 37th annualhomecommg servmes on Sunday, Aug. 13. , An annual memorial service will begin at 10 a.m. Grover Purgason, Jerry Kathy Berry, William (Bill) Smith, J.C: Ealtaway, Frank Fomby EaHine Waller, Arnold Fomby, Carol Holland and Robert Cone: will be remembered. -: Any flowers delivered to the church need to be there by 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12. Include with the flowers a card stating in whose mem- ory and by whom they are placed. A singing by Shadrix Trio will start approximately at 11:30. A covered iriS, h" will be served following the singing, approx- imately at 12:30. Revival will also be held with Rev. Paul Dennis. Services will be Sunday, Aug. 13 at 6 p.m Monday, Aug. 14 through Thursday, Aug. 17, nightly at 7 p.m. Gospel Sin gin g Planned Saturday A big gospel singing will be held at the First Assembly of God in Hogansville Saturday night, August 5 at 7 p.m. The singers are The Travelers from Columbus and. The Masters from Phenix City AL time anciwill be a blessing to everyone. Doors open at 6 p.m. and chili, hot dogs, and home made care, cold drinks and coffee goes on sale!at 6 o'clock, so come hungry. Everyone is invited to a night of good southern gospel singing. Church To Host Missionary The WMU of Highland Baptist Church extends an invitation to ladies in the commu- nity to join us on Tuesday, August 8th at 7:00 p.m. Martha Stone, local missionary with Angel Pin Ministries will be the special guest. Mrs. Stone will share with us how she and her husband partner with specific missions and ministries for various mission endeav- ors. Mrs. Stone will have a large selection of beautiful hand-made angel pins and dona- tions for a pin will enable them to complete mission partnerships in local, national and .ter 9nal missions. The meeting will be held in the fellow- Both groups have been sin s i at -iighland: ,tREAT WAY TO END THE YEAR - The Rangers Tee-Ball team had a great learning ason and ended it in tbe parkon Friday, July 14, Pictured, starting in ,u, b: e . ' ecYa gbM, eOd . nan " t% BjrO :n. r,I Johnson. In the back row are Noah Braddy, Jordan Rodriguez and Brannon Johnson. "-'Not pictured are Gavin Casey and Travious Couch. Thank you to all the parents who e helped out on the field, and to Coach Spence, who always made it just good, plain fun p ay. " :'::: :.::~:i::: ;~ By Gari Youngblood , -ALMOST TIME! With summer almost over, Stanchavious Turner (left photo) is excit- ; ]ed to be back within the halls of Mountain View Elementary. He is starting the second " grade this year, and by the look on his face, it will be a piece of cake. Right Photo: Meanwhile Cassandra Spearman, Instructional Lead Teacher for George E. Washington '.'Elementary School, (R), checks out the new Second Step kit from Pre-K Coordinator Vickie Waller. School starts next Tuesday in Troup's public schools. Students at both '.Flint River Academy and Trinity Christian will resume classes on Aug. 17. This year's female blue- grass vocalist of the year will be featured during a blue- ,grass festival Aug. 3-5 at Hoofer's Gospel and Bluegrass Barn at 3472 Ground," in1998. ' oHogansxdlle Road.- Prior to fh-eir formation, Michelle Nation was band members played with a named 2006 female vocalist c~ ~ of the year by the Society for the Preservation of ;,J . . Bluegrass Musm of America. She will appear Aug. 3 with Drive, a group provides a blend of traditional, gospel, s.contemporary and classic '" bluegrass music. The group is known for -y their upbeat and spirited per- formances. Also on bill is the Gary .'- 3 , Waldrep Band, Dan Paisley, " Cedar Hill and Jeanette Williams. - The program on Aug. 4 will feature the best-selling " group BlueRidge. Festival Members Alan Bibey, Also on the Aug. 4 pro- Joey Cox, Junior Sisk, Alan gram will be the Gary Johnson and Eddie WaldrepBand, PaulWilliams, Biggerstaff joined forces for Williams & Clark Expedition, their first album, "Common Lonesome Highway, Wells Family and Cooksey Family. The show Aug. 5 will include performances by the wide array of musicians Gary Waldrep Band, Dry including New Quicksilver, Branch Fire Squad, Dave IIIrd Tyme Out, the Peterson & 1946, Bobby Lonesome River Band, Larry Hicks & Hazel Creek, Jake Cordle and Lou Reid. Landers, Overdrive, A hit from the start, Eastwind Bluegrass and The BlueRidge soared onto vari- Everett Brothers. ous charts and "Common A three-day pass for the Ground" became the third- festival, purchased in best-selling bluegrass album advance, is $55 for general of the year. admission and $65 for The group's latest bum, reserved seating. One-day "Side By Side," was nominat- tickets are $20 general ed for a Grammy award, admission and $25 reserved reached No 3 on the seating. Bluegrass Now chart, and For more information, hadasongholdtheNo.lposi- visit Hoofer's Web site at tion on the Gospel Truths www.hoofers.com or call chart for three months. (706) 885-9300. 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