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HOGhNSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 2004 PAGE 3-A drich Deserves Credit ili llhe front page of your paper concerning l[l~finances at the City of Hogansville. In the ~~, the Mayor and City Council of our little city were giving praise to our pres- !2tY Manager and themselves for the ~s that had been made over the past I?ears. They stated that the city was bet- lfflaancially than it had been in a long time. with that statement. We are. But find the problem with the article is past City Manager, Mr. David wasn't even mentioned in the art|- he is the reason the city made the that it did. tln the 5 years he was our manager, the ~Went from being over $600,000 in the red I,~er $300,000 in the black. If not for Mr. ~h s management skills, the new tax roll- :,~ would not have been possible. These are only a few of the many accom- plishments during his tenure as City Manager. I don't have problems giving credit when a good job is done. I just like to see the per- son or persons that really deserve it get it. I personally want to thank Mr. David Aldrich publicly for the excellent job he did as our City Manager. We lost a good man and a good manager when we lost him. I wish him the best of luck at his new job but he will be missed greatly in Hogansville. JOHN ~ 0BUBBA) HENDRIX Hogansville ALL ARE RIPE AND READY TO GO! You Pick or We Pick NOW OPEN! 8:00 a.m. to S:Z0 p.m. Located on GA Hwy 173 between Woodbury, Warm Springs, and Manchester Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm 706-846-5658 MID-YEAR BABIES- Members of the bingo club celebrating July birthdays were Richardson, Pete Maxwell and Ruby Rosser. i fchool System Gets American History Grant _ tJ The U.S. Department of The Teaching American ic subject under the No Child ~, ~ti~p~ ~ge!a Price and t ~ r ~te l~ep. Jeff Brown pre- Ideated a Teaching American ~ory grant to the Troup s@ty School System on md~m~lay at the Troup County ~lle~hives in LaGrange. History grant program sup- ports three-year projects to immerse teachers in study- ing American history content in order to more effectively teach their students. History is a core academ- Left Behind Act. However, studies show that less than one-quarter of America's students are pro- ficient in either American history or civics. Thursday, Aug. 5 Belle Willis Colleen Sims Jamie Hunt Molly Ann Hubbard Myranda Moore Sherie Mi/Js Mr. and Mrs. Tony Davis Priday, Aug. 6 "Joe Spinks Lois Spence Terry Searels Tony Davis Mr. and Mrs. (A) Hugh Robinson (M) Fashion Makeover in Progress Saturday, Aug. 7 Christian McLaughlin David Charron Tim Amanda Brown Presents: James Baggett Realty Granite St. "Why pay $70 per square foot or more for a site built home when we have homes from $29-$58+ per square foot with similar or BETTER construction standards. 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