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PAGE 12-A Openings Set For Several Facilitie:00 Here The "lYoup County Parks & Recreatiorl Commission cordially irwites you to attend the following sched- uled groun d-breaking cere- monies: Gray Hill Communitv Center (Old Gray Hi'd School), Tuesday, August 2.7, at 10:00, a.m.; Ho gansville Sportsp, lex (Mob,ey Bridge Road), Wedr esday, August 28, at 10:0 J a.m.; ' r roup County Baseball Co mplex (Ragland Street, ac .ross from Shuford Fields), Thursday, August 29, at 10:00 J.m. The new recreational opportunities were made possible by your SPLOST money. Troup to Host Series in 2003 The Troup County Parks & Recreation Commission has been chosen to host the 2004 13- and 14-year-old- Dixie Boys World Series at the new Troup County Baseball Complex, even the though the facility is yet to be constructed. Parks & Recreation Director Tod Tenfler recent- ly submitted a bid for the tournament during this year's World Series, held in Euless, Texas. "It is very unusual that an event of this type would be awarded to a community that did not have a facility already in place." "However, even with fac- tors such as inclement weath- er, we are confident the new baseball complex will be completed well ahead of the scheduled date for the tour- nament," said Tentler. Jamaica "Needs Bibles" Few people are aware that there is a need for Bibles in Jamaica. There are some folks there that are crying out for God's word. The "Lord's Place," Thrift Store in Grantville, Ga. is answering the call. We are going to be sending Bibles and school supplies to Jamaica. Will you help us? Your donation of $5 (five dollars) sends a nice presentation Bible to someone in Jamaica. (We wil[put your name in each Bible that you send if you would like us to do so. Please let us know when you made your donation.) This is prob- ably the best five dollars that you will ever spend. Only God knows how many lives will be changed because you cared. Ten dol- lars will help send school sup- plies to Jamaica also. We have missionaries in Jamaica that are ready to distribute the materials, which we send. You may donate at the thrift store or by mail. Please make all checks payable to Missions - Bibles to Jamaica. Specify if you want your donation to go for Bibles or school supplies or both. May God continue to bless you is our prayer. "Until Jesus Comes Again" God's Servant Roy SmUt The Lord's Place" Thrlft Store RO. Box 533 Grantville, GA 30220 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 2002 FUN - Left: A smiling skeleton in a wizard's hat points the way to camp activities. Right photo: A small green alli- gator placed in water grew enor- mously during the five days of camp. Made of a special polymer, it soaks up loads of water. As it dries, it shrinks again. Each child took a "grow creature" home. Science Camp Dazzles Students Students attending the "Harry Potter Science Camp" at Greenville Middle School this summer discov- ered that u,:izar ds use science. Using a nvel approach to interest students in science, camp instructors planned activities which were based on real science concepts found in the Harry Potter book and movie series. Camp instructors spent two days in early June at GYSTC in Newnan in train- hag, planning, and preparing for the camp. The camp was held during the week of June 24-28 and was open, free of charge, to all students who would be entering grades three-five in the fall. Thirty students attended the five day camp. The cost of instruc- tion and supplies was covered by the Meriwether County School System. Camp instructors were Melvina Crawl, Crystal Neal, Jacqueline Dyal and Kathy Grier. Camps are held every summer in sev6ral West Central Georgia counties. AMAZING! - Using a dryer and a ping pong young scientists demon" strate the Bemoulli principle of air pressure. TO hottest deals that we during the month of find a representation of some CLASSIC LOUIS PHILLIPE design in solids and veneer. What a buy! Group includes sleigh bed with rails, dresser base and mirror, 5-drawer chest and free nightstand. Entire group only $1298  ..... EXTRA LARGE ROCKER RECLINER it] durable micro fiber fabrics. Choice of 3 colors. Comes with nmlti-massage controls. Chairs of this design and functionality are selling for $900plus up the road. Ours is only CURIO CONSOL 33" X 33" Beautiful Piece. ACTION LANE ROCKER RECLINERS (Individually $298, four colors to choose from) bed and rails. Playslalion. Computer desk and hukk RNITURE SHOWROOMS l www.kinders-col.com / MON.-FRL 10AM-8PM, SAT. 10AM-71'M, SUN. I-6PM I I