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DISPLAY - Hogansville artist Becky Faulkner's hter shows off some of Faulkner's work at most recent art show. Artist to Take Part West Point's Fall Festival ) A Hogansville artist's works will be among the large , of arts and crafts to be found at West Point's Arts Festival in that city on Sept. 11. On the agenda are children's activities in the park, a I~'a'chants' sidewalk sale and a wide variety of goods up sale by various arts and crafts vendors. Events in West Point that day will be going on from 10 until S p.m. and there will be food vendors galore, :to Althea'Head, who is helping pi'omote the fes- in the surrounding area, including Hogansville. r Faulkner, a Hogansville artist entitles her work Eris," and she enjoys painting glassware, ~xes, trivets, trays and furniture, but says, "I'll paint *hatever my customers are interested in and the worse lhing that can happen is that we wash the paint away and 8tart again." One of the best things about a "Painting by Eris" is single undertaking is an original. Even though she may paint similar scenes, not one is jast like the other. The second best thing is that all the items she paints ~'e durable and intended to be used Becky says she wants her customers to be able to enjoy at her work, but she also wants them to find joy using those items every day. All her work is sold with proper care instructions and "ia User friendly. She and her husband Doug spend their time traveling aad enjoying their family. Be(~/Fautkner's paintin~.7splay~'~" Ows offa variety P HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 2004 Can't Beat Th is ! Famed Petra Drummer Louie Weaver to Perform at Fellowship Church Along with Louie will be the gui- tarist from Mylon LeFevre's band, Broken Heart, who also won many awards during their years in contem- porary Christian music. Louie will share many aspects of the part drums play in music. He will give a drumming demonstration sec- ond to none. I.ouie will also share his faith in Jesus Christ and will, time per- mittingp answer some questions about the life of a professional musician. The first program will begin at 7 p.m. Aug. 28 at Fellowship Church in the main sanctuary. Tile second program will be on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. - The church has limited seating, so please come early to be sure to get a seat. Doors will open on Saturday at 6:15. There is no charge for this con- cert, but a love offering will be taken. For more information or for groups who wish to reserve seats, please call 846-2351. Fellowship Church is located thrt:e miles west of the State Patrol office on Highway 190. Nationally-known Christian record- ing artist Louie Weaver will be appear- ing at Fellowship Church Aug. 28-29. Weaver has played drums for the Christian rock group, Petra, for over 21 years. Petra is the most widely known group in the Christian music field. He also played with the Nashville Symphony and the Randy Matthews Band for three years. He was voted the most favorite drummer for five years in a row by Contemporary Christian Music maga- zine's (CCM) Readers Choice Awards. SPECIAL TREAT- For its August meeting, The Merry Weather Garden Club met Thursday, Aug. 12 and traveled to Columbus to "Columbus Cooks," the gourmet culinary store owned by former Meriwether resident Becky Johnson Catrett. The August meeting was hosted by Mrs. Linda Dobbs and Mrs. Kitha Kierbow. Surplus Food Giveaway Planned Next Week Community Action For Improvement, Inc. announces that the Department of Agriculture surplus commodities will be distribution to eligible low- income residents in Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Meriwether and Troup counties on August 25, 26 and 27. Each household must be able to provide the following information when pickinK up commodities: Social Security card of the household mem- ber when picking up com- modities; address of the household; total number of persons living in the house- hold; and total household income. Commodities will be dis- tributed on a first-come first- serve basis to households pro- viding the above information. The locations for distri- bu~m in ~--~L~COUa~ LaGrange Service Center - 1380 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. West Point Housing Authority- 1201 East 12the Street, West Point from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. Old Crocker Elementary School Church Street, Hogansville from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information call [~. C ~/D~.FI Seryice ,CenteF,at (706) 88"2-64IZ " ~' Community Aclion For Improvement, lnc. does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, national origin, age or handicap, against any- one from participation m, being denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subject to dis- crimination under any pro gram or activity for which the program applicant receives financial assistance from the- United Stat6~ ounty II In Troup OFFERING CAR LOANS TO GOOD PEOPLE VC'ITH CREDIT PROBLENIS LaGrange, GA - This Wednesday through Sunday, A Credit Clinic41,v~ill be held at PAYLESS CAR SALES IN LA GRANGE, GA. Mr. Mike Finney, the dealership's General Sales Manager, is hosting a special opportunity for "credit challenged Individuals" to get a new car. If you have had problems with a bankruptcy, repossession, charge off, tax lien, slow pay on your credit cards, or a divorce, getting a car loan can be really tough. However, your car loan can become a reality and you can start rebuilding your credit with Our Credit Clinic 4' working for you at this exclu- sive event. The vehicles that are being offered include like new and pre-owned econ- omy cars, sedans, luxury sedans, trucks, vans, and sport utility vehicles in all col- ors and models. People with really good credit will be buying these same vehi- cles, so you will want to come out as early as possible for the best selection. What do you need to bring to the event? Please keep in mind that the lenders really want to make a deal during these five days, so there is a great chance to get credit to purchase a car. To help with your loan, please bring your pay stubs, utility or telephone bill, trade-in, title, cash down payment, and reference addresses and telephone numbers. How much cash do you have to put down to get a loan? Although the more you can afford to put down the better, we have finance programs that need only $49 down withapproved credit. Yes, only $49 down? Should you bring in a trade-in if you've been told you owe too much? We can work it out for you to pay off your current loan and start off fresh in your new car. During this special event, we'll be giving as much trade value as possible to help make the loan. Additional questions should be direct- ed to Mr, Mike Finney at 706.884-7700. PAYLESS CAR SALES, located at 1405 Lafayette Parkway in La Gl'ange, (1-85 to exit 18, go west about 2 miles) This sale will be held rain or shine. Wednesday, August 18 * 9am - 8pm Thursday, August 19 9am - 8pm Friday, August 20 9am - 8pm Saturday, August 21 9am - 8pro I , , , I I