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HOANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 2003 PAGE 3-A By Brian Geter COOL - Leis,a Matthews of Mountville and Little McKenzie Harmon of Stoval pet the kanga- roo at Pine Mountain Wild Safari Park last Saturday. Improving lives. One square foot at a time. Renee Brown and Brian Keith McCoy Brown- McCoy Shanna Renee Brown and Brian Keith McCoy, both of Manchester, proudly announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Miss Brown is the daughter of Ms. Lanis Bloodworth, Mr. Mike Brown, and Mr. Jeff Bloodworth, all of Thomaston. Mr. McCoy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim McCoy of Manchester. The bride-elect is a 1998 graduate of Manchester High School. She received a diploma in Accounting from Flint .... River Technical College, and is employed with Talbot State Bank in Fayetteville. The future groom is a 1997 graduate of Manchester High School. He is current- ly employed doing construc- tion in Atlanta. The wedding will be held at 3 p.m. September 13, 2003 at the First Assembly of God in Manchester. Center Offers Variety of Activities , of activities are ned at the Hogansville Center 407 Church in Hogansville. 706-637-6606 8 - 4:00 Monday hiach Daily - 12:00 M-W-F 10:30 Tuesdays and 10:30 g and Sewing Games Daily Fridays August 13 - 27 WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLI FGE 303 Fort Drive - LaGrange, GA 30240 - 706.845.4323 wvva.westgatech.edu A Real education _for the Real world 7 - Sheriff Donnie - Emergency light free to seniors 11:00 13 - Blood pres-  10:30 - 12:00 13, 14, 15 - 8:00 - "Pree USDA foods given health cen- of income needed August 19 - Nutrition from Coleman Clinic 11:00 August 29 - Lunch at Warm Springs BuUoch House Happy Birthday to Edna Cannon, August 4; Fannie MaR Cannon, August 22; and Alan Jones, August 26. i00ml VAN'S HARDWARE [n,,l =,® & Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., H0gansville (706) 637.6263 NEW SHIPMENT Perfect for landscaping and many other ws! ON IlL[ July 31-August16! CROSSTIfi 99 ea. 18 - Information new medicare pre- drugs-speaker to be 11:00 iANSVILLE'S "Pit Cooked" ;tew • Steaks Hogansville Just off 1-85, Ext. 28 Fax: 706-637-4114 thru Thurs., 11 - 9 thru Sat., 11 - 10 Cooked Meat, 2 Vegetables, Bread & Mon - Frl • 11 - 2 $495 EVENINGS "L MUSIC MEALS!! EVENINGS YOU CAN EAT CATFISH ISDAY EVI!NINGS )U CAN EAT RIBS 00o/at ASSISTED LIVING AND .... }: S Memor At Poplar Care, we invite you to live an.easier way. Poplar Creek is beautiful inside and out. Our suites:offer the comforts of home while our staff provides assistance with daily care. We offer three chef-prepared nutritious meals, transportation to appointments, and fun activities every day. Our gardens are lush and inviting. Some residents even grow their own tomatoes! So come and visit comfort and Support Our Troops F-L.O-O-R The Flooring Stoe At "5:mr I.)cnr Carpet • Hardwood Laminates • Ceramit Vinyl • Area Rugs one. • Blinds • More The 3000 Flooring Options • Competitive Prices • Convenient Credit Terms oofin 'i try out the samples right there in your home or business. The Flooring Store At Your Door 706-494-1619 • Michelle Smith because... the future isn't what it used to be. • DUAL ENROLLMENT programs with six area high schools • gmjng (oo-!ine € o urses) • day, night & weekend classes • over 115 certificates, diplomas and degrees • HOPE Grant for those Georgia residents who qualify Come Home to Poplar Creek provide We understand your needs and are here to help. Call 706-845-15OO tot a lout ot" Poplar Creek Assisted Living or SEASONS Memory Care. 114 ()M Airport Road- l.aGrangc, Georgia 30241 50 People occaslon