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HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 2002 PAt;E 7-A By Sally Neal ADMIRING THE SCENERY - Mary Ellen Hill, Ibby Gabriel, Sallie Mabon, Linda Dobbs, and Anne Curry pose in front of the cottage garden of the Barnes' home as Part of a recent gathering of the Merry Weather Garden Club. Ebenezer Renovation Officially Completed The renovation project at Ebenezer Presbyterian Church has been completed. In addition to an enlarged fellowship hall and new kitchen, the church also has a new nurseD' with a nursery attendant available during Sunday School and morning worship services. There are also newly renovated classrooms for children of all ages. Everyone is welcome. Please come and visit. Moonlight Ballroom Dance Is Scheduled for Sept. 13 The Moonlight Ballr()m Dance Club of LaGrange and the Troup County Parks and Rec Department will sponsor a Ballroom Dance on Friday, September 13, at the Callaway Auditorium in IGrange from 8:00 - 11 :(X) p.m. with the I)u Vallee Band. The dress is "coat and tie." Visitor couples are welcome - $20.(X) per couple. Enjoy traditional ballroom selections: waltz, foxtrot, shag, swing, rumba, cha-cha, tango, and more! For information or directions for the monthly dances or for ballroom dance lessons, call Margie at (706) 884-5857. CHECK J OUT ff THESE ' JOBS ,/Production - Heavy Lifting ,/Mechanical Assembly ,/Receiptionist / Admin ,/Structural Draftsman ,/Warehouse Positions / Line Supervisor / Machine Operator 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE PARK MEAD()W APAR"MENT 3 Deacon of the Week: Jim As you pray, remember: Tillman, Press Miller, Wilson, Pauline Travis Chaffin, Mary Gillespie, Mr. and Wayne Neighbors, Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Tom Flournoy, Palmer, Wendy Irvin, St. Clair, Wayne Haley Teasley ld Tony Maxwell. Worship With The Word: v. Harold Willis (Matthew 18: 19-20). The Adult Choir special Sunday morning was That Wonderful Rev. Harold Willis' morning message ples of Christian (Philippians 2: 19-30). night his Survey of the Malachi. Thought for the Week: acrostic for Joy is Jesus, You. We had a prayer of dedi- for the 2002-2003 School workers and in the August 25th worship service. Campbell is outgoing Sunday School director hav- ing served about 25 years and is beginning a young adult class next Sunday. Other new classes will be started soon. The new director is Huell Stephens. Welcome new members Bill and Joycie Brown and Susan Fleming. Beginning September 1st, Marcus Fowler will be lead- ing a prayer meeting at 9 a.m. as part of our fall revival preparation. There will be cottage prayer meetings beforehand also. Revival is September 22-25 with Evangelist Dr. Paul Dennis, pastor of Royal Baptist Church in Newnan. Their choir and director, Rev. Billy Jack Greene will be there for the Sunday night service. Monday the choir is under the direction of HogansviUe First Baptist choir director, Lynn Campbell. Special emphasis and special music is nightly. A Sunday School fellow- ship time is every Sunday in September at 9:30 a.m. with refreshments provided by Jim and Lynn Campbell on the first; Marcus and Lisa Fowler on the 8th; Skeet and Jean Ellington on the 15th; Joe and Sondra Lee on the 22nd; and Huell and Marguerite Stephens on the 29th. Our church will have a Day of Remembrance Sunday, September 8th at 11 a.m. for the firemen/women and policemen/women who lost their lives in the collapse of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. Rev. Cecil Staton, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives will be our guest speaker for this event. We will have no evening services September 1st due to the Labor Day holiday. And on September 8th, we are moving our evening service to the Fall Evangelism Conference and a "Share Rally" at the building site of the Western Baptist Associational building with a "Chicken-Que," which costs $5 per plate at 5:30 p.., fol- lowed by the annual Associational Evangelism Conference at 6:30 p.m. with Rev. Larry Wyrm as the guest preacher. He is a former Georgia Baptist Convention President and pastor of Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula. Churches in the Western Baptist Association are being asked to bring first fruits offerings. There will be an Associational mass choir and special music by "Stranded," a student band from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. AWANA begins September 8 at 6 p.m. at our church. Congratulations to Joy Palmer on being named to the President's List at Chattahoochee Valley Community College (sum- mer semester). Robin Bishop and Rev. Bryan Calhoun were married August 24th at Calvary Baptist Church in Newnan. She is the church pianist and he is the associate pastor there. Evelyn Spivey is the bridegroom's grandmother. Attending the wedding from Hogansville were Evelyn Spivey and Joe Travis. They honeymooned in Destin, Fla. If y0ud!t : ch!rch home, w itwlCeyofl to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. Festival Plans Taking Shape Hogansville's beautiful new special facility, Victoria Belle, at 602 East Street will be hosting this year's and silent "The Festival's grown so much in Tears, we had to move the to Thursday, the 17th," says Festival Chairman, Bill "So many other events are like the basketball game on and the football rematch on And to have dinner at the Belle is going to be stunning. I think there is a finer facility in West Georgia. When we had the dinner at the Grand Hotel, it was a sellout and I know we disappointed people because not everyone could get in. But at the Victoria Belle, we'll have plenty of room." The newly opened special events facility can hold 200 people. Vickie Brown, the Victoria Belle's owner says that it won'tonly be the ele- gant surroundings that will help to make this year's dinner special. "It'll be the food, too," says Ms. Brown. "Our eaters are going after only the best. We haven't completely firmed up the menu yet, but we're thinking about a Low Country Seafood Boil. If we do, I can assure you that all the ingre- dients will be the finest. "And, of course, our grand piano will add beautiful live music to the mix. It will be a wonderful evening." "And we can't forget the silent auc- tion," adds Stankiewicz. "We get dona- tions from the finest stores and galleries throughout the area. And the only way you can bid on the merchandise is to come to the dinner. It is a great good time. And every penny goes to help the renovation here in Hogansville." 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air o Stove & Refrigerator LOOKING FOR REAL ESTATE? CALL: BONNIE ADAMS Home: 706-846-8330 Office: 706-672-1155 40 Acres - secluded, well, septic, power and already cleared homesite - possible 15 acres lakesite w/mill creek - timber - Reduced Only $150,000 97.95 Acres - Excellent road frontage - loads of timber, creek. great location. Only $2,975 per acre. * 40 Acres - prime location in Greenville - 14/15 yr/planted pines w/great road frontage - No Mobiles - Only $3,200 per acre. * 101.25 Acres - Deer hunters haven. All wooded - set out in pines, few hardwoods, creek, approx. 20 Acre Lakesite - Only $2495 per acre. * 2000 Autumn Mobile Home - Immaculate condition, sunken tub in rr%'ter bedroom on lovely 2 acres, Greenville- Only $54,200. 3 Commercial Buildings Warehouse, office, industrial 1) 30x70 - office 20x30 - $27,500 2) 40x60 - warehouse/industrial - $71,500 3) 30x40 - Office Only - $49,500 8.8 Acres - 1 lot left - excellent road frontage - only 10 min- utes from West Point Lake - no mobiles - only &2800 an acre TALBOT COUNTY 2 seperate 3 acre tracts - good road frontage - mobile approved - one with creek - Only $11,500 per. 3 acre tract. 114 Acres - Large timber on majority, some open with creek - turkey and deer haven - only $2200 an acre Call Bonnie 706-672-1155 or Home: 706-846-8330 Completes Military Course Marine Corps Pfc. James J. Hubbard, son of Patsy and R. Hubbard of Hogansville, recently completed the Ground Aberdeen, Md. With his newly acquired skills, Hubbard is now ready to at a military base armory, providing weapons support for exercises and operations. Hubbard is a 1999 graduate of Newnan High School. yOU (IFC in00ited to... Thursday, August 5 p.m. 8 p.2m9' 2002 West G eo rg ia Tech n ical Col lege ]I Take Facility Tours ]I " Financial Aid and Admissions Staff 1 Meet our Faculty & Staff 1 Assistance with College Application Process Weekend Classes On-Line Classes Expanded Programs Available NEW curriculums DAY AT THE OLD MILL - Hogansville School Assistant Principal Jody Hale is all as he ready for another day at school.