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t-h)c,.:,x li.l.}: li :\\;Ii- N v.', s - TttUt',SDAY, SEVF. 12, 2002 PA(;*: 5-A Students ()e t Dramatic Fire Safe :y Glimpse On Thursday, September Sth, Fire Science instructor Tom Smith and Career Planner Lori Basham of West Georgia Technical College spoke to Mrs. Geer's and Mrs. Boykin's classes at Manchester High. Mr. Smith gave demon- Strations on fire science safe- ty and the students got a chance for a hands-on expe- rience in fire safety apparel, devices, and techniques. West Georgia Tech's Fire Codes, fire safety, first aid, CPR, supervision, loss con- trol, hazardous materials and OSHA regulations. The ever-growing field of Fire Science is the newest addition to the many pro- grams offered at West Georgia Tech. The graduates of this pro- gram are the fire officers and leaders of today and tomor- FOW, They possess the skills needed to promote growth in their communities by using safe and modern thinking while developing technical advances within their com- munities. | EXCITING - Tom Smith and L0ri Basham gave an impres- Sive demonstration of the secrets of the firefighting world. Chamber Breakfast Meeting Set The Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting for tember will feature an update from local leaders on how SPLOST funds are being utilized. The Early Bird Breakfast will take place on Tuesday, at 7:30 a.m. at Events on Main, 134 Main Street. Tickets are $9.00 in advance for chamber members ($10.00 for non-members) and $10.00 at the door ($12:O0 for non- ). Tickets may be purchased at the chamber at 111 Street or by calling 884-8671 to make a reservation. Deacon of the Week: Stephens. As you pray, remember: Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Press Miller, Lucile Wilson, Powers, Travis Chaffin, Sr., Mary Kathryn Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Neighbors, Freda ?, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tom Flourn0y, Lou Wendy Ir4n, Wayne Yarbrough, Haley Teasley' and Jean Ellington. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of St. Clair and Lucille , at their recent deaths. Worship With The Word: Lee, who led Responsive Reading #721 "God and Country." The Adult Choir special was "Bow the Knee" 8. We had the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag and Christian flag in the orning on Sept. 8th. We are in revival prepa- tion and are having cottage meetings in homes. is Sept. 22-25 th Dr. Paul Dennis of Royal ltaptist Church in Newnan as the evangelist. Marcus and Lisa Fowler lrovided refreshments for the Sunday School fellowship n Sept. 8. Beforehand, he led a prayer meeting for the t|Pcoming revival. Sunday, September 8 was day of remembrance in our hurch for those brav licemen/women and fire- who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 in that terrible tragedy. Rev. Cecil Staton was our guest speak- r in the morning service. He from Jeremiah 6:16. Our service was moved g site in Coweta of the Western ation. -The Betty Carpenter met at the church 9. September 18 at 7 am. is You at the Pole at Cah, in Park to pray for our SChools while students across land are praying at poles across America at respective schools. The Fifth Sunday night service is at our church at 7 .m. with sev- the special music. foods will be served following in the ) hall. This community-wide and has a special invi- to come join us for an of worship in-song, food and fellowship after- wards. Congratulations to Meredith Rhodes on being selected upon her audition for the Spivey Hall Young Artists (SHYA). This is part of the Spivey Hall Children's Choir program at Clayton College and state University. They present a Christmas concert and a spring concert. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. -,/ THESE JOBS / Forkrdt / tio. - neaw ur= /Admt - woc._xeei CDL - Class A Driver- $13.50/hr, H.mat$ No Suspensions / Bookeeping / Collectiopaz Mechan w/bluewk expedence / Customer Service- Bilingual Spanish I[.qIN00Staffin00 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.c0m E0E Dan-Rio Homes By Bryan Geter THE HEAVENLY STRINGS - The Heavenly Strings performed a their home church during homecoming services, recently. Pictured above is (L-R) James Hale, Danny Geter. Becky Williams (behind), Diane Williams, Tony Digalepont. Wes Williams and f on the drums Shane Hollaway. By Bryan Geter SINGING SONGS OF PRAISE The Kingdom Express of Columbus sanged some beautiful songs in the afternoon dur- ing Bethel Chapel Homecoming sevices. By Bryan Geter SINGING FOR JESUS - "Nothing But Grace" featuring (L-R) John Carter, Sharon Carter and Sherry Carter per- formed during serv- ices at Bethel Chapel Baptist Church homecom- ing services, recent- ly. By Bryan Geter THE HIGHLANDERS - The Highlanders of Mountville sanged during the morning and afternoon services at the Bethel Chapel Church Homecoming Services, 2002. The group is composed of Laddie Yates (C), Danny Matthews (L), Ricky Matthews (R) Joseph Bonner (Drums) and Rebekah Harman (Bass guitar). Storytime Continues AtLibrary Story time is back at Hogansville Public I,ibrary. I)ottie Stevens,. our Children's Librarian, will be reading every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. All ages are invited. The governor has reduced our budget money for b(mks again. As the cost of new b(ks continues to rise, we need money from the sale of books to help replace funds lost in our budget. More books are being added to the sale carts as we continue to make more space for new b(gks. We appreciate your financial support to keel) Hogansville Public Library up to date and provide the materials our patrons want. AWANA Club Underway Once Again By PATTI PHILLIPS The AWANA Club of the Hogansville First Baptist Church began their second year with a kickoff on Sunday, Sept. 8. The fun began at 6 p.m. and ended at 8 p.m. There was registra tion for the new club year, games, a cookout and a devo- tional. The first club meet- ing is Sept. 15 from 6-8 p.m. Classes are for Kindergarten through high school. The individual groups are known as: Sparks (K-2L Cross Trainers (3-6) and Junior Varsity (7-12). Everyone has a cordial invitation to attend and become a member of the AWANA Club. Cad Von Epps Charity Golf Tournament Wednesday, September 25. 2002 The Fields Golf Course [n LaGrange, Georgia You are invited to participate in: A day of Fun & 27 holes of Golf! 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