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I:5c;; 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2003 Schools... Continued From Page 1A schools on the failing list. Most of those Muscogee County Schools were located in the economically stressed areas. Three of Coweta County's Title 1 schools were on the blacklist as was Crawford County Middle school. Only one ttarris County School, Carver Middle School, was listed as needing improvement; while two of three Pike County Schools were also ranked low. Talbot County has only one school, Central of Talbotton Elementary/High School. and it is ranked as needing improve- ment. Kathy Cox, State Superintendent of Schools speaking at several Title 1 schools in Georgia said it was the goal of the State Department of Education that every sys- tem and every school in (;eorgia attain these high goals. Many parents considered the option of transferring students to a school that meets all qualifications, but some found their neighbors were in a similar situation and some school districts had only one type school, leaving no school to transfer. More parents must resort to tutoring and closer supervision of their child's study habits to give the students an opportunity to score higher on the CRCT test. By Clint Claybrook OOPS - The receptacle where Hogansville residents can pay their utili- ty bills at curbside outside City Hall wouldn't get an 'A' in a spelling quiz. It's really for 'utility' bill payments, although that isn't exactly what the sign says. However, in the spirit of the glass houses and stone-tossing proverb, don't expect this newspaper to make fun of someone else's spelling error. the future isn't what it used to be. DUAL ENROLLMENT programs with six area high schools e-Qearning (on-line courses) la. night & ',ckcnd classes over 115 certiticates, diplomas and degrees HOPE Grant tbr those Georgia residents who qualify l a r Creek ASSISTE ) I.IVING AND SEASONS Memory Care At Poplar Creek Assisted Living and SEASONS Memory 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! Rev. Willis From Foreign Rev. Harold Willis, Church has recently returned from to Jamaica. He l and returned home Saturday, August 2.. There were 16 on the team, mostly from Tennessee. They worked with Rev. Denzil Jack in munity (Bog Walk, St. Catherine, Jamaica), which is outside Kinston, Jamaica. Rev. Jack serves cuit of churches (Baptist.) Rev. Denzil Jack is Pastor of Bethel, Giblatore. and West Union Baptist Churches. Rev. Willis taugh Bible School in four churches. He also led Revival services in Jamaica, the missions team finished work on a have built. The trip was under the leadership of Rev. A1 Associational Missionary of The Copper Basin Association of Copperhi11, Tennessee. Rev. Patterson arranges these trips, of the International Mission Board, Southern Convention. Trinity CME Plans Revival Trinity CME Church of Durand takes pride in ing their annual homecoming August 24, at CA Smith is the pastor, Jasper Ellison is the Chairma will be 29th at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Moonlight Dance Club Sees Fun for Sept. The Moonlight Ballroom Friday, September 12 from Music is by the Dance Club of LaGrange and 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. at the Band. the Troup County Parks and Callaway Auditorium on (706) 637-9295 or Rec will hold a dance on Dallis Street in LaGrange. 58S7. Deacon of the Week: Bob Irvin (August 3) & Huell Stephens (August 10). Welcome new member Gina Wilder, August 3. Chris McMillann was pre- sented a Bible August 3 by Beth Maxwell on behalf of the church at his recent bap- tism. Congratulations to Joy Palmer and Seth Coker who were wed at our church August 2. A reception fol- lowed at the LaFayette Garden Inn in LaGrange. For their honeymoon, they took a cruise to Alaska. As you pray, remember Bob Tillman, Lucile Wilson, Tom Flournoy, Pauline Powers, Elizabeth Garner, M/M Frank Crawford, Barbara Moore, Wendy Irvin, Mildred McWhorter, Marge McBride, Clara Byrd, Marcellite Broussard, Ruth Smith, Susan Fleming, Patsy Dalrymple, Chris Campbell and the Fall Revival August 17-20. We were happy to have visitors with us Sunday. The Adult Choir Special Music August 10 was "Down On My Knees". Beth Maxwell did Children's Worship August 3 and Rev. Harold Willis had Children's Worship August 10. His morning sermon was "The Church: A Fellowship" with a text of I Corinthians 1: 1-9. The new banners that read Balm in Gilead and Prince of Peace, respective- ly, were hung Monday, August 4, by Huell Stephens and Scott Odom. During the August 10 morning worship Rev. Willis had a prayer of dedication for ing all ones who hung The Betty Circle met August home of per, Men's the church August High attendance! S.S. is August 17 of 75, Western Association at Mills Chapel Church. Monday 6:30 p.m. and p.m. Steve Fostez preaches Mirmix: The fifth song service Highland Promotions Announced by News (Ala.) Press. In his few years Continued From Page 1A in 1977. Through the years he has been editor of The Stewart-Webster Journal, The Marion County Patriot- Citizen; The Phenix (Ala.) Citizen and The Centreville away from the Manchester Star-Mercury operation, he was managing editor and assistant general manager of The Valley Times News in Lanett. He returned to Trib Publications as editor of the Harris County 1993 and became the publications were acquired 1999. Kuykendall has active for years as a J sports in the area. LAURIE LEWI&  been assistant director, will the adversting the five new Lewis is also a employee of Publications, having advertising for several years in tile 1990s in March 1999 as advertising director. A resident she is a Rotary Club County and will assistant District next year. She also the Board of Meriwether Chamber of "Johnny helped make what they are today," said, "from a rial and point. The about the make the more valuable to ers, their most importantly, communities by convenient link for dents to So come and visit us. Let us take care of the details and provide comfort and safety for you and your loved one. We understand your needsand are here to help. and their their schools." JAYNE continue as business er, and has duties as general which Hale handled. "Jayne has running things for several said, that won't change."