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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVIIJ,, HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 2003 Fletcher Nurse of Year Air Force Lt. Col. Diane L. Fletcher has received the Mary T. Klinker Flight Nurse of the Year award at the annual National Aerospace Medical,association convention in San Antonio. Lt. Col. Fletcher was nominated for the award for her performance while assigned as chief of aeromedical evac- uation concepts, Air Mobility Battelab, Fort Dix, N. J. Operations Squadron, Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. Her parents are Jim and Marion E Owen of Upper Glass Bridge Road, kaGrange. She is a graduate of qYoup High School, LaGrange, and a 1981 graduate of Valdosta State University. In 1990, Fletcher earned a master's degree from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Anthony's Cafe (formerly Janet's Restaurant) Inside SBS American Trucking Plaza 1-85 Exit 28, Hogansville 637-6313 706-637-6313 HUNTER'S SPECIAL All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET Every S,-A 5 - 10 a.m. Co.ee Included "V" U lw Sat. & Sun N ,@ Full MfiUAvailable Dine-in or Carry-out .... lilr , , VAN'S HARDWARE ..... .===t Farm Supply 637 6263 61 Ind0000, aooansvill.e (706) Hunting Specials RACKMASTER Deer Plot Seed * 1 7 9 50Lbs. BUCK FORAGE / Oats ' "I s22 I TECOMATE Deer Plot Seed 50Lbs. $ 3 9 9,: PLOT SPIKE [ Deer Plox Seed   $'(L 99Larger Sizes' 4Lbs.  Available ] The Firm, LLC Jr, OP SE 28N, 00HERS00LLE r WELCOMED- Ricky and Jan Stiner would like to announce the birth of their son, Evan James Stiner. Evan was born on July 25 at the Medical Center in Columbus. He weighed 6 Ibs 14 oz and was 19 1/2 inches long. Evan has one brother, Edward, and one sister, Lendyl. Grandparents are Winston and Marie Saucer, Vivian Bradshaw and James Stiner. FIVE- Happy 5th Birthday Marcdrevious Flagg "Dre", son of Kameka Cofield, cele- brates his 5th birthday Thursday, September 18. He is the grandson of Windy and Marion Dunham of Manchester, and great-granddaugh- ter of Horace Cofield Sr. of Albany, and a great- nephew of Ms. Willie Ruth Caldwell, Donnie Alford and RobertAIford, all of Warm Springs. From Mom and Lil Sis D'Avian. INSPIRING TOPIC- Kristin Vincent of the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Trust was the guest speaker at tM Rotary Club of Meriwether county last week. Pictured with her is program sponsor Larry Huggins. THE FIRST[ - D'Avian Flagg, daughter of Kameka Cofield, cele- brates her 1 st birthday on Saturday, September 20. The granddaughter of Windy and Marion Dunham of Manchester, and great-granddaughter of Horace Cofield Sr. of Albany, and a great-niece of Ms. Willie Ruth Caldwell, Donnie Alford and Robert Alford, all of Warm Springs. From Mom and big brother Dre. BIG DAYI - Stewart celebrated first birthday on August He had lots of fun at pool party. Helping hi _, ily members, including 'ister Ashley and brother Steven. is the son of Aaron Lori Stewart. His parents are Ted and Stewart and Mike Mary Rowland. His g grandparents are and Golden Self. REAL AND UP CLOSE- Mrs. Mary Anne Harman's history classes at Flint River Academy took great interest in and asked many questions when parent Stan Cartwright displayed and discussed his Indian artifacts. All items were found locally. Cartwright had celts, or spear heads he had made functional by making wooden handles and using dried leather strips to hold the stones in place. He taught students how to tell the age of an arrowhead by its patina. The students were amazed at the snaller, minute arrowheads made for killing birds as well as the blow gun from Florida area Indians. Mr. Cartwright fielded student questions, allowed the students to handle the memorabilia, and enjoyed hearing about students' experiences collecting arrowheads. Seated are Susan Parker, Ryan Gill, Callie Cartwright and her father, Stan Cartwright. Parks will fourth birthd September 21. DavaY the son of Sonia and David Parks. proud ]randmother Patricia ates and his 1; sister is Tamika is the great-grandson the late Corine Davay, Happy from the entire Howe Parks family. Retreat Planned at Pine Eden Christian " By BRYAN GETER Ladies, if you want a pow- erful life changing experi- ence - heal your past and be empowered for your future, then make plans to attend the retreat "One Few Outta Tha COOP" that will be held on Saturday October 4, 2003 at the Pine Eden Christian Retreat Center in Hamilton from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sponsor LaVonne Alberti of Kingdom Outpost, Inc. in Greenville said the purpose of this retreat is to bring heal- ing to the wounded, broken- hearted and every woman in need of encouragement. "It is an all day event of teaching, music and hands on demonstrations," Alberti said. "You will be challenged and changed: sometimes through laughter and some- times through tears." Alberti is a dynamic empowering speaker who has a passion to see women set free. For almost 20 years she has motivated and challenged audiences with her own unique blend of humor and inspiration. She, who has overcome an abusive childhood and the challenges of a 30-year mar- riage, will bring a message of hope to the women who attend the meeting. Alberti said those who attend will learn powerful principals for the healing of broken hearts, freedom from the past and maintaining joy in everyday life. One lady who attended one of the retreats came away saying she was sparked, humbled, loved and was ever so close to God. Another said she came to the retreat looking for answering and came away feeling more powerful than ever. "I learned how to give my wounds to the Lord," she stated. "It was everything I needed, it was awesome." "I am a new person," one lady cried. "I have always struggled with the guilt of my past. I didn't think God could ever use someone like me. At this retreat I broke through my past and I know now I can do anything." Another purpose for retreat is to learn principals for the broken hearts your in your everyday life. The $45 rel fore this event breakfast Alberti said space is ited and the cost on the of the event is $55. to register call (706) or fax at (706) 672-1900. is more than a ladies - it is a powerful ing experience. COME VISIT US AT COWETA COUNTY FAIR September 16th- 20th, 2003 While you're at the fair, stop in and see one of our beautiful manufactured homes. Buddy "s Homes The Finest In Manufactured Housing Jonesboro (800) 478-9468 Thomaston (888) 408-5449 Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee MORE Home....,LESS Money y , Rev. Douglas 002oucla To Speak Here (00ct. By PATI'I PHILLIPS Rev. Douglas Couch, Vice- President/Director of Development for the Georgia Baptist Foundation, Inc. will be speaking about wills, trusts and stew- ardship on Wednesday night, October 1 at the Hogansville First Baptist Church immediately following the family night covered dish supper which is at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Couch, a Cobb County native, has degrees that were earned from Revo Georgia State University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Before he came to the he was pastor of many different churches in came to the Foundation in 1992. Rev. Couch and his son are members of his at Mt. Harmony Baptist Church in Mableton.. Bring your favorite covered dish for Rev. Couch give an informative talk on wills, trusts an,," ardship. Hogansville Baptist Church is located at 500 Street.