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r~ It I m " tt t The I ttl t t t t ill I I I III I I I I I I li i I II I III II I II I I Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006 ~/ READING EFFORTS PAY OFF- Top reading awards were earned by Deisha Martin in the zero to four age group with 159 books read. Here, she receives anloversized stuffed unicorn, Emily Bowles in the five to nine age group with 110 books read received a Laptop Art Desk, and Adrian: Fomby in the nine to 12 age group with 90 books read received a Sorry game. Joseph Neese was the Grand Prize winner with i total of 167 books read and received a Leap Pad Learning Center. IMPORTANT JOB - Melissa Howington and her daughter, Anna helped Children's Librarian Dottie Stevens ser e cookies, chips and fruit punch to everyone. Summer Reading Program Concludes With Fun, Prizes Ken Scott entertained with magic, puppets, storytelling and pulling a rabbit, Snowball, out of a bucket as the grand finale to Hogansville Public Library's Once Upoh a Time 2006 Vacation Reading Program on July 27. Top reading awards were earned by Deisha Martin in the zero to four age group with 159 books read. She received an oversized stuffed unicorn. Emily Bowles in tlae five to nine age group with 110 books read received a Laptop Art Desk, and Adrian Fomby in the nine to 12 age group with 90 books read received a Sorry game. Joseph Neese was the Grand Prize winner with a total of 167 books read and received a Leap Pad Learning Center. Each child received a stuffed dragon as a prize for attending the program. Branch Manager Jane Gottshall thanked all the children and their parents and caregivers and the library staff, Children's Librarian Dottie Stevens, Pat Guida and Brenda Phillips, who handle all the circulation desk activities, for making this a wonderful and successful Vacation Reading Program. Thanks to Melissa Howington and her daughter Anna for helping Miss Dottie to serve cookies, chips and fruitpunch to every- one. Thanks also to Melissa and her family for helping with decorations in the Children's Room. Thanks to Miss Dottie's grandchildren, Meredith and Nick Sinns, for helping all sum- mer with distribution of prizes and room arranging for all the programs. Thanks to all our storytellers and perform- ers this summer: Melissa Howington, Sondra Lee, Pat Gay, Cliff Patton, Carol Cain,' Toni = StribJ Debb Burdette (Mama Jama), and 'I'LrAMWOI K:" Brenda Phillips and Pat Guida who handle Thanks to Linda Prescott, Director of the all the circulation desk activities. Hogansville SeniOr Center, for making us wel- come at their fa.cility. Annual Eugene Harrison Barbecue a Tradition No One Wants To Miss Staff Photos by Robert Weems T GOOD FRIENDS GOOD - Charlie Jones, Wash Tubner Sr. Peggy Jones, Eugene Harrison and Harrison tear themselves away from the delicious barbe- cued chicken tO pose for a quick photo, STOPPING TO EAT- State Carl Von Epps stopped at the Eugene Annual Barbeque. WELCOMING GUESTS- Eugene Harrison welcomes each guest as if they were a member of his own family. HomH Irl :ILO0 ; Oomploto, tllek IlK klnl I N. t,04)% PlnuCnl blllntle, FREE INITIAL PRE-QUALIF!OATION. NO FEES. Builder PIp Oloolnd 004111, Than Perfe rNIt b Weleom. Iven OhlldOr tr I OIIlldlr U Iltllkrtlptcy. OAR OUR 0IRTIRID NEW HOH| SP|OIAUIT! TODAY/