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Official Legal Organ, City of Hogansville Formerly The Hogansville Herald RSRT STD AUTO POS'IAGE PAID ANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Mailed Each Week to 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-Grantville Area Bryan Geter/Stafl COACH SONNY CUMMINGS of the Callaway Cavaliers watches his squad as they "loosen up" practice last Friday. 00allaway Cavaliers Gear lp for Season Opener iate Editor The Callaway Cavaliers will aepthe 1999 gridiron season tember 3 in Barnesville ,s the Lamar County |React Coach Sonny tnings whosc.t went 7- Year ago has 44 players On roster and eyes the return he state playoffs again this :t Cummings, a coach of 31 ts, including 20 years at [ansville High and 3 years allaway High , said that re is still plenty of opportu- for the boys to earn a start- Position. He's counting on ing back Deon Boykin and er seniors will provide the ership it takes to win. Lhere are several guys rning from last year's , ne said ,'"out there are  new guys in practice that- lelp us out, also." ther players to watch for att Ogletree, Antonio Boyd, Sell Simpson, Mark i dasz, David Barrett, Jason i -',Danny O'Dell, J.D.Barrett, rLt Matheny, Adam Pike, Hester, Jaque Tigner,  Johnson, Jay Brewer, Nate i[, Mitchell Strozier, than Pike and Fred Tigner, p0 missed last season. , Cummings said that he had- ecided on a starting quar- I Oack as of yet. "I will proha- tWait until after the jamboree llake the decision," he said. , Callaway has a solid coach- Staff. Cummings added for- .... Pacelli High School head coach, Lynn Kendall to an already strong and dedicated group of men. Returning to the football staff is Eric Woods, Kris Palmerton, Terry Hayes, John Heard, Lamar Lipham, Patrick White, Frank Glover and Chris Rippy. Claway wiii a Class A schedule this seas6r'Ut next ,year the Cavaliers will move up to Class AA. Callaway s home opener will be September 17 at Callaway Stadium against the Class A defending champions, Darlington Tigers at 8 p.m. On August 27, Callaway will participate in a jamboree in Roberta. The Cavaliers will play at 7 p.m. Central of Macon, Crawford County and Lamar County will also participate. Bryan taff JACQUE TIGNER, LEFT, AND SETH JOHNSON of the Callaway Cavaliers football team complete their exercises during Friday after- noon's football practices as Coach Lamar Lipham watches. Callaway will participate in a jamboree Friday night, August 27 at Roberta. Also participating will be Lamar County, Central of Macon and Crawford County. Game time is 7 p.m. The Cavaliers will open the season in Bamesville on September 3 against the Lamar County Trojans. Game time is Saturday at 8 p.m. Groundbreaking Set for Golf Park By Bryan Associate Editor Groundbreaking for Audubon Park, a 1,400 acre golf community that is being assem- bled by John Arnold of Hogansville, has been set for September 14. The tract of land is located inside Hogansville off of 1-85 at exit 6 and Hwy 54. The golf community could bring an investment of $5.00 mil- lion over the next 10 years. Arnold hired a California home builder, Steve Selinger, to to deveiop Lhe 0roject. Selinger said that he was drawn to this area because of the beauty of the land, the prox- imJW to Atlanta and Hartsfield's International Airport and the charm of the community. Selinger hired a well known golf community planner, Franzman/Davis & Associates Ltd. of Atlanta to design the project. Selinger has big plans for Audubon Park. His plans include two 18- hole golf courses designed by Davis Love III which will meet PGA standards, about 1,800 sin- gle-family houses, ranging in price from $140,000 - $1,4 mil- lion, and about 400 muli-family units, including condominiums and apartments. His plans also calls for a 40- acre office park offering visi- bility to a golf course and I-8S, a 200-room hotel and confer- ence center with meeting rooms, and a $1.2 million club- house. He also plan for a 30-acre Audubon Park Equestrian Center with stables and barn facilities, an existing 80-acre lake and several 5-10 acre lakes with recreational fishing and canoeing?" A town sqtiare that includes a town hall, Audubon Society Pavilion and the clubhouse are in the plans, Selinger said, along with a 10-lane pool with bath- house and pool-side pavilion, 12 tennis courts and a play area and more than seven miles of shaded walking trails. Selinger said that the acreage has very nice features and there is an opportunity to put a good project on the land. Troup Schools Have a 'Focus on Character'. By Bryan Geter Associate EoWor A proclamation from the City of LaGrange and from the Troup County Board of Commissioners was presented- to the "Croup County School Board Monday proclaiming the 1999-2000 school year as '$'ocus on Character" year. Each month in the Troup County School System a differ- ent character trait will be emphasized. Jerrie J. Holmes, Public Relations Director for Troup County Schools, said that churches, civic clubs, business- es and local citizens are urged to help reinforce these charac- ter traits. The character trait for August is school pride-proper delight in the accomplishments of your school; September is respect-to feel or show honor for the feelings and rights of others; October- responsibility-to carry out a duty or task carefully and thor- oughly; November-kindness-being friendly, considerate and will- ing to help others; Decermber-compassion- showing concern or sympathy for others; January- self-control-con- HOT, HOT, HOT Francis Robinson/Staff THE TEMPERATURE WAS HOT in Hogansville last Thursday. It reached 101 degrees at 4:10 p.m. at the Citizens Bank on Main Street. trolling your actions and behav- ior; February-honestly-to be sin- cere and truthful; March- coop- eration-working together for a common purpose; April- dependability-able to count on, depend on and trust; and May-fairness-to be just, to do what is right. Holmes said that radio, TV and newspapers can help by pro- rooting monthly charater traits. Churches also can help by promoting and discussing char- acter traits in church, Sunday School and bulletins. Businesses can post flyers and promote character educa- tion. Civic clubs can promote traltas in meetings and newslet- ters and parents and local citi- zens can discuss the word of ther month with their children, friends and relatives. For more information call Jerrie Holmes or Debbie Harcrow at 812-7900. (. , Bryan /Staff H KEN MAPP stands with three of his softball players last Friday after their practice was can- i "l due to lightening and rain. Pictured with Mapp are Jennifer Jones, April Gooden and Stacy Smith. JODY HALE, assistant principal at Hogansville Elementary School, along with volunteer Lynn Turner helps third grade students board school buses for home Friday altamo. The 72 Hogansville Elementary School third grade, out of a total enrollment of 401, used the Hogansvflle United Methodist Church as their classroom last week. Monday the students were back in regular classrcx: (modular homes) on the ele- mentary campus, Oqam Glc/Staff