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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 2003 PAGE 5-A Storytime Will Resume Soon for little ones will be starting soon at the Public Library. Join us on Tuesday, 9 at 10:30 a.m. as we kick df our storytime g with stories, songs, fingerplays, crafts activities. Every Tuesday we meet for 30-45 and we always have a lot of fun! Storytime is geared to children ages 3-6. Parents and )r- call 846-2186. Singing Planned for Saturday enjoy a Gospel Singing in Pine Mountain at Spring Baptist Church Saturday, Aug. 23. A hot- supper will start at 5 p.m., singing around 6 p.m. King&apos;s Messengers", and "The Gospel Trio". c at Trinity Methodist Methodist Church will be sponsoring a tember 18:00 a.m. until. Everyone is invited to stop by. of'93 Plans 1 O-Year Reunion MHS Class of 1993 will hold it's 10 year class on Saturday, September 13, 2003. There will be High School at 11:00 a.m., a picnic and a formal dinner at the Wyndham Hotel Resort in Columbus at 7:00 Saturday evnening. If you member of this class and have not received any on these events, please contact Beth & at (937) 748-8285. If you are planning to have not responded, please send your money ASAP. Hope to see you there! '73 Reunion Taking Shape i There will be a class reunion meeting for the CHS Talbotton class of '73 at Clark's Lake in Box Springs at 3:00 p.m., August 31. Please make plans to this meeting. Board Meets Aug. 28 The Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development of Directors will meet Thursday, August 2003, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Regional da will include items. Meetings are open to the pub- Kathy at 706-675-6721, ext. 201. Board Eyes Transportation Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Planning Committee will meet Thursday, 28, 2003, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Regional of the Update Regional Transportation and Local Government Member Survey gs are open to the public.. Hope Prepares for Homecoming it. Hope Baptist Church, Warm Springs, will be hav- amecoming this Sunday, August 24, beginning at a.m. Bro. Stall Rogers, of Grantville, will be bring- the morning message at 11:00 ,followed by dinner e grounds. Special singing will begin around 1:00 T.he Seekers af Columbus and other tca! talent. CYone is welcome, so come out and worship, eat and Tth the family of Mt. Hope Baptist Church. he Greenville High School Class of 1973 will be hav- their 30th year class reunion on August 30, 2003. All 1973 classmates interested in participating in this at should contact Brenda Joyce Render McGhee @ "232-3731 for details. Yants Welcome New Daughter blegan Ellis and Kenyata Bryant of Auburn, AL, announce the birth of their daughter, Kenya nt.  en fa was born July 31, 2003 at 2:28 a.m. AL, at East Alabama Medical Center. She 81bs, 3ounces, and was 20 and 3/4 inches long. grandparents are Otis and Patricia of Manchester. Proud maternal grandparents Prank and Dona Ellis, also of Manchester. 365 DAYS -Titaysha Quintrell Sapp celebrated her first birthday on Aug. 6. She is the daughter of Tremesha Childs of Luthersville and Donald Sapp Jr. of Adel. Grandparents are Lenvor and Elaine Childs and Frances and Donald Sapp Sr. New Novelist Wilson Donates Copies of Book During the past week David A. Wilson of Grantville has donated copies of his recently published novel Curse Of The Vampire to three local libraries: The Grantville Public Library, The Hogansville Public Library, and The Newnan Coweta Public Library. He did so as an expres- sion of appreciation for the fine services provided by these libraries. Bookstore on the Courthouse Square in Newnan or by fol- lowing the instructions on Wilson,s website, www.david-a-wilson.com <http://www.david-a- wilson.conY>. Curse Of The Vampire, Wilson's first novel, is about a Union doctor and a Confederate doctor who join forces to fight a vampire dur- ing the Civil War. Wilson, a life long vam- He has used the comput- pire buff, has had eight vam- ers at the Hogansville and pire short stories published Grantville Libraries in con- in literary magazines and he nection with his novel, writes and directs the The Newnan Library pro- Barbara Nolan Comic vides its Conference Room Vampire Dramas performed for the monthly meetings annually in the Grantville (second Thursday night of Auditorium on the Saturday each month at, 7.PM)-f the night prior to the Halloween Coweta Writers Group, of weekend. . which he is a co-founder. He can be reached at 770- Curse of the Vampire can 583-2918 or be purchased at Scott's gvilledave@yahoo.com. Two Receive Degrees Southern Union State address. Community College (SU) Localstudents, Katherine held its annual graduation M. Richey of Hogansville, ceremony recently in the graduated with an Associate Sports Arena on the Wadley in Applied Science Degree in Campus. Retired Alabama Nursing, and Joseph Allen State Representative Pete Cook of Hogansville, gradu- Turnham delivered this ated with a Certificate in year's commencement Upholstery. Carpenter Circle Enjoys Meeting By PATTI PHILLIPS The Betty Carpenter Circle of the Hogansville First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon, August 11, 2003 at the home of Mrs. Joyce Williams with ten pres- ent. They were Mrs. Mildred Crawford, Mrs. Belle Willis, Mrs. Lillian Howell, Mrs. Helen Stephens, Mrs. Jean Miller, Miss Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Miss Patti Phillips, Mrs. Joyce Williams, Mrs. Mavis Garrett and Mrs. Fletcher Acree. Mrs. Howell called the meeting to order. Mrs: Stephens read the minutes and Miss Gillespie read the Treasurer's Report. September Hostesses are Lillian Howell - Program, and Belle Willis - Refreshments at the Pastorium. Program: Jean Miller, "A Heart To Heart Talk, But Which Language Do You Use?", an article written by Cathy Butler. She also gave the call to prayer and prayer focus for Guam. Delicious refreshments were furnished by Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Garrett. They consisted of assorted flavors of sherbet, corned beef dip with crackers, Party Mix, cookies and Goldfish Cheese Crackers, tea, lemon- ade and cokes. Moss Oak Festival Set for Labor Day Moss Oak Plantation Festival will be Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, August 30 - September 1, Labor Day weekend. Free admission with plenty of parking on Hwy 34, rear entrance of the Plantation. There will be loads of crafts, art, down-home country food, and three days of the best of local gospel entertain- ment. The Moss Oak Plantation Mansion is on guided tour. It is also on the National Register of Historic Places proclaimed by the United States Department of Interior. The craft fes- tival and mansion are a true jewel of Coweta County. 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Archery Season Starts Se )tember 13 Statewide.- Georgia District International held Annual Convention Gardens August Gay Lowry over the with special William H.'Teague of the included: orien- for first timers, spe- training for club offi- Club Luncheon address by OI Qovernor's Annual ,gnizing out- district officers and of 2003-2004 morning featured Lanier speak- "The Power of Your sessions were or children, spouses/guests of members. from the OC of were: Mesdames and Ida Jones. local club received for membership updated story- club scrapbooks bulletins were lar Creek AS SISTED AND SEASONS Memory Care Creek Assisted Living Care, we way. is beautiful irside and out. 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 .esidents even grow their own tomatoes! H000. to So come and visit us. 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