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PAGE 12 POWERS&apos; CROSSROADS ,.. Country Fair&Art Festival Newnan, GA 30th Annual LABOR DAY WeeKeND I I"Fi 01 li p,I,p'l q i I, p.i,l:l lvi [,] |l, p. i,- m:'[l q ( iil,I;.] ll,l]. lItIt l Join over 300 aflists and craftsmen from all over the United States at our annual gathering ' 'h,"  We ,,, ,., . emphasize the highest quality art in all media. The Summerhouse Stage is the cnler ot the great entertainment with bluegrass, gospel, folk and country music. Tempt ,,,our taste loods with traditional Southern fa(e provided by local churches and civic .... ,,, ,<, See the original Powers' grist mill, blacksmiths at work, kids playing at our Twin Oaks Junction Park, country store, and more! 9:00 AM - 6 PM Saturday & Sunday 9:00 AM - 5 PM Monday $5 Adults; $4 Senior Citizens & Military; $2 Children (5-12) Free to Children 4 and Under * No Pets Please 770-253-2011 Located 10 miles west 0f] Atlanta Journal Newnan NEWNAN Newnan on Hwy. 34. Plenty of I Constitution Times-Herald UTILITIES Free Parking. P roces :Will. nefit e Senior Citizens t Center Date: Saturday, September 9th Time: 5:00 RM. Location:Greenville High School 17656 Roosevelt Highway Greenville, Ga. 30222 Featured i Wilbert A Little HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2000 Diabetes Meeting Planned F-R-I-E-N-D-S There will be a Diabetes Focus Group meeting on September 26, 6:30 p.m. at the Coleman Community Health Center Auditorium. The sub- ject for this focus group is "Living with Diabetes- The Long and Short of It." Guest speaker Jessica Prophitt (age 5) and her grandfather will inspire you with their story. Jessica is the daughter of Curtis and Kristie Prophitt. She and her grandfather, Mr. Richardson, are both from Hogansville, GA. There is not registration or fee required to attend this focus group. Coleman Community Health Center, a division of West Georgia Health System, offers a number of community Support Groups for the Troup County area. Information: call (706) 812- 2468. By Frances BINGO BUDDIES - Every Thursday moming at 9 a.m. You will f;nd this group gathered the tables at Ingle's waiting for the games to being. Each week we have 30 -40 people ing and everyone leaves with a bag of goodies. It doesn't cost anything to play but if you to play cards, you turn in a grocery tape for at least $37.00. The tapes are presented to school for computers.: Last week the. group went to the Robinson farm for a cook-out. few drowned a few worms. Come join us, you might enjoy it as much as we do. 'Older Workers' Conferenct, The Georgia Older Workers Conference and Award Luncheon was held August 29 & 30, at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. A year ago the Souther Crescent Area Agency on Aging (SCAAA) was approached about chairing and hosting the State Conference in the SCAAA region. Callaway Gardens was chosen because of its beautiful location and conference cen- ter, which could provide a resort atmos- phere. During the past year, the SCAAA and contractor staff for the Senior Employment Program have planned and worked to make the 12th annual event the best one yet. Andrea Wooten, President and Chief Executive of Green Thumb, was the keynote speaker. Green Thumb is the nation's oldest and largest provider of employment and training for older and dis- advantaged individuals. There were work- shops both Tuesday and Wednesday with a variety of subjects ranging from Elder Legal Issues, Motivation in Employment, Nutrition and Legislative updates. There was also an interesting panel presentation of five local employers that discussed the value of hiring older workers. The compa- nies represented were Wal-Mart, Publix, Kroger, CVS Pharmacy and Goody Products. Tuesday night's activities included a Luau held at the CaUaway Beach area, the Kele's Pacific Dancers (who provided authentic Polynesian dance), and a local band from Carrollton, Nightflights, who played beach music. On Wednesday, an Awards was provided to honor the Older Worker winners with one sen as the state winner. This represent Georgia at the ence in Washington, D.C. Also regional employers exceptional for hiring older state employer was chosen of the luncheon, Ms. Emily comedic entertainer from LaGrange,: formed her famous Commissioner Mi State Department of Labor spoke sened trophies to Ceremonies for the Award was Bonnie Pfrogner. $8,990 1999 Fol,Escort 4-Door, Pow'ePndows, Power Locks,ere. $24, 2000 Crew Cab, Power $31,999 '99 Super Cab Dually 4x4 Lariat, Security Cover, Leather Interior, WL Tires and More. ,, ,, , I I IIIIII I II I III !11 II I I I I111111 I II ............ . .......... p, YMENTSLOW ON NICE CA 00Opener Continued From Pag "We will fill the $11,960 Cherokee Classic ;1  $111 Ford Continued From Page iA "The competition is and stronger in AA," ued, "We will have to tu two or three notches ff compete in AA." The2000q Danny O'Dell, Mitchellgkntonio Hopson, Watts, Roderick Smith, NeweU, Mitchell Strozier, Williams, Karl Mario Reeves. Callaway have 16 the roster,11 Freshmen. Cummings has an enced coaching Eric Woods Kris Terry Hayes, Lipham, Lynn Kendall, Rippy, Frank Glover and Dunlap. Equipment Tray Tucker and : Hunsicker is the --:' Director. Sport and much based on 48 1998 ge I AND Police This $13,944 1997 Dodge SLT Shoa Wheel Ba One Owner, /MVIFM (Tilt, Cruise III I I I I $25,699 '99 Ford Super Cab 4x4 XLT, Quad Cab, F-250, Two- Tone Paint and More! I II II I $12,990 1998 Ford F-150 4x4 Regular Cab, XLT, Custom Wheels, W/l. Tires Continued From Page ride in the patrol car ty to a hotel in: Thompson was Troup County jail. No injuries Wednesday after Maple Street. James Hogansville was newspapers in a 1987 Fifth Ave. When also of Hogansville itz Plymouth Voyager rata rear of Mackfield. were filed. No citations were the HPD after Gaither of LaGrange 1994 Chrysler LI the right-of-way wheri r left turn ( 100 causing James R. Hogansville driving Toyota truck to strike end. No one was mishap.