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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 2003 IAGE ,5-A BEGINNINGS- The FRA Wildcat cheerleaders celebrate the opening touch- Friday night in Woodbury. The award winning squad led fans in cheers and routines in the pregame tailgate party the Thursday night before the season The Wildcats travel to Damascus to play Southwest Georgia this Friday. ii:iiiiiii:ili; ONE! - Sydney Brooke Boggs was one year old on July 22. She celebrat- ed on her birthday with a small party at Ft. Walton Beach, FL., and with another party after retum- ing home at Grandma and Pop Boggs' house. Sydney is the daughter of Dusti Akin and Brad Boggs, and the grand- daughter of Tommy and LindaAkin and Martin and Betty Ann Boggs. She also has a older brother, Drew McGuire. COOL- Megan Armstrong and Bailey Harper enjoy the outdoor recreation equip- at Manchester First Baptist's Wednesday after-school program but also appre- indoor activities, too, which range from choir to supper. Transportation Mountain View Elementary and Manchester Middle School by b0ses By Clint Claybrook Harwell displays some of the he and wife Mary are creating for sale at bird Festival SUMMER FUN- Newman gets ready his buddies in some bubble-making corn- By Robm't Weem= THE ONE THAT DIDN"T GET AWAY- Mae Bulloch of Warm Springs, 73, had run out of bait when she used a piece of her lunch to catch this giant 15. pound catfish in a pond near Greenville. College Open House Planne Area residents will be invited to be among the first to take a look at LaGrange College's newest facilities during an open house to be held Aug. 24 from to 2 to 4 p.m. "We enjoy such a close relationship with the com- munity," explained Phyllis Whitney, Executive Vice President for Administration. "It's only fit- ring that we invite local resi- dents to see the progress we've achieved with their help and support." The focal point of the event is the new Student Center, whidh will house stu- dent activities offices, a recreation area, a grill and a variety of meeting spaces. Inside features of the well- appointed center include 14- foot columns, white maple woodwork and 20-foot verti- cal windows that offer a wide vista of the residential quad- rangle. Outside the center, guest will have the opportunity to view a semi-circular pergo- la-covered porch 'with pre- cast concrete panels and columns. RELAXED- LaGrange College student Larry Love chats with Dana Becker, "director of student activities, on the pergola-covered porch of the new Student Center at LaGrange College. The center will be the focal point Sunday's open house. Another highlight of the two-hour showing will be the opportunity to tour the com- pletely renovated Boatwright Hall. The men's residence hall has imdergone a complete makeover, includ- ing new floors, ceilings, wiring, fixtures and furni- ture. Additionally, Candler Residence Hall and Sunny Gables Alumni House will be open, in case citizens missed last year's opportunity to see those facilities. Guests also will be invit- ed to visit a relocated Bookstore, now occupying the former student commons space; a new Interfaith Room, in what was formerly the -more- Bookstore; and a renovat- ed Mitchell Building, which is the Sunny Gables carriage house and the new home of the Communications and Marketing function. Visitors are being asked to park in the parking lot across from the new resi- dence halls or in the lot below the Student Center. A four-year liberal arts and sciences college affiliat- ed with the United Methodist Church, LaGrange College is ranked in the top ten and as a "best value" among 105 Southern comprehensive col- leges by U.S. News & World Report. The College is the old- est private institution of high- er learning in Georgia a0d has an enrollment of about 1,000 students. I I August 21 Jennifer Williamson Joshua Cook Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scantlin (A) Mr. and Mrs. Tim Reynolds (A) August 22 Danny Geter Fannie Mae Cannon Ken Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Grover Purgason (A) Jerry F. Worthy Jr. (M) Janice Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Billy Williamson (A) Mr. and Mrs. Derick Staley (A) August 24 Kyle Bolen Wayne Cavaloante Mr. and Mrs. John McCormack (A) Mr. and Mrs. Terry Searels (A) August 25 Christy Todd Jackie Fretwell August 23 Zoe Wegienka Alan Gallaway Joe Huckabee (M) Benny Johnson Billy Webb August 26 Brent Dorrough Justin Duffey Pete Windsor Tyler Cochran Honesty Hope Whirr (M) August 27 Becky Medford Glenda Striblin Marie Bishop Patrick Veal Sam Richardson Tommy L. Thrower Tommy Todd Mr. and Mrs. Dill Williams (A) Mr. and Mrs. Grover Purgason (A) Mr. and Mrs. Phil Waldrop (A) Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Moore (A) Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! AUGUST SPECIAL $3000 off your now home with an approvod application by calling 706-884-2444 706-884-2444 America's Home Place The faculty, staff and students of