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HO(iANSVILLE HOME NEWS - T} i;k:r)..vr, SEPT. 5, 2002 PA(;E 3-A TO "L 77 -:i By Frances Robinson CHAT AWAY- The Seniors (Social Critters) at Antioch Baptist Church in Hogansville enjoy their monthly get just talking as the men went boat riding at the backwaters. 17 Z By Frances Robinson GUESS WHO- The Amazing Grace Sunday School Class held their annual Country and Western Jamboree at the Dolly building recently. Cowboys, cowgirls, rustlers and bandits made up the round-up crowd. The bandit pic- tured here is none other than Charles Lee. i i Ulll Wear Red, White and Blue next Wednesday HAR, BROWN &amp; HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrownCnail2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brown BENSON PROMOTIONS GOSPEL SING SAT, SEPT. 7, 2002 . 7PM WARNER ROBINS CIVIC CENTER 7 Watson Boulevard, Warner Robins, GA ISAACS QUINTON MCKAMEYS MILLS GENERAL ADMISSION " SEATING LIMITED DOORS OPEN AT 6:90 P.M. BOOk Stoe  Catr0(; St 4"tO 987-5341  G.lte s Na Ho.,e 1061 !5, ke ?) 2733856 3203 JL lh Savor  T 248 N Columa Sl 47* 452,'' b JtDt aw mr" ca, Stoo 649 N Eesay, PH 770) 2t7 [  Way Chl 0,<.'( Slor 5455 Hry 'd PH (770} 39.1357 I1  r31V BOO= Ote 2075 8e Ae, F47i 7437159C Be Chv09r; Cet" 3355 P NonoAve I478: 784-!0! EZE Fa.e 442 S-, S {478 743 7071 tyJ C  Fr.ir Co 448 l:l SI !478 7 You mr/order ttcks by viin or war.die at m.b,mmonomotions.com I , % " LOOK - Representing the offices of U.S. Congressmen Sanford Bisl-p, Mac Collins, Chambliss, as well as Senator Zell Miller, 17 congressional staffers taking part in a statewide, fact-fingG Association Tour visited the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation on Thursday. After ang at for Therapeutic Recreation, they were treated to a tour of that facility and the entire campus by RWSlR Director Frank Ruzycki. EFFORT - Lenn Chandler. Piedmont Area Georgia Power. presenting a check for $2500 Georgia Power Foundation to Hannah Flynn, the Habitat for Humanity in Meriwether County, on are Jean and Chace Watkins. Protect your feet for the future! have numbness, tingling or burning in  yofeet, call Rsevelt X/ann Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Diatic F)t (.'enter at 706-655-5700 to schedule a flee fis,t screening. 'marm Post Office Box I0X.  / mlee 5Spnngs, GA 3180-1000 55- vX30 Fax 706-655-5011  www,roosetehrehab.or i Come by and check it out! Jennlngs MaxPoint Cross bow Kit Similar to Picture with red dot sco ). Includes: 4 bo s quiver and rope cocking device. $49999 Mathews LEGACY Now In [ ,o ee,e . I Jennings G2XL . TR ,A,.DING POS T -- 123 W Main Street Manchester 846-3620 - Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Williams (R) talks ng-time friend Sgt. First Class (Ret.) Thomas Fall Garden & Home Decorators Show & Sale l)lant, Shrubs, t tome Accent hems, Furniture, t:lovcrs, (;arden hems, t tome Accessories By Bryan Geter AGAIN - The Cotton Pickin' Fair has done it again. picked as a Southeast Tourism Top 20 Event for takes dedication and hard work to receive such a honor year after year, so smiles are in place as McEwen (L), owner and Kris Price (R), assistant along with RooseveltA'Varm Springs Welcome director Sabra McCultar take time out to chat and Sept. 6, 7 & 8 - Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m Admission $1.00 Antique & Collectibles Auction Sept. 8th- 2:00 p.m. Frcc Admission - (iAI. #3076 By Frtmce= 1 POPULAR GUYS- Many friends and relatives joined together to help Roy Wnght and Michael Bailey celebrate their birthdays Saturday at the Dolly Building. Roy cele- brated his 64th birthday and Michael his 18th. Memories and delicious refreshments were enjoyed by those attend- ing. LaGRANGE cExp.o emer 299 Commerce Ave., US HWY. 29 (OLD WAL-MART BLDG.) LaGrange, GA- (706) 884-2500 ' Wonderful Show - A MUST Visit for Gardeners & Decorators."