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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, SEVI'EMBER 18, 2014 IBY JOHN KUYKENDALL :: The Cailaway Cavaliers could be think- ing revenge Friday night when the team trav- iels to Hamilton to take on the Class AAAAA Harris County High Tigers. The Cavaliers (2-1) only had one blemish ion the regular season record last year and ithat blemish was placed there by Harris !County (1-2). Even though Harris County is a Class AAAAA school, the Cavaliers have always have hard runners in the backfield and both Montgomery for about seven miles. Merge held their own with larger opponents and don't mind putting the helmet to you ononto 1-18S (Exit 21) toward Columbus for defeated LaGrange High, also a Class AAAAA defense, about 25 miles. Take Exit 25 onto GA Highway school, in the team's season opener by a score This could prove to be one of the more 116 turn left toward Hamilton. Travel of 20-14 in overtime, exciting games for Cavaliers fans and the Highway 116 for about five miles and Harris team is hoping for a large turnout. County High School will be on the left. The THE CAVALIERs were open last week. Kickoff time is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at last entrance is the stadium entrance. Harris County is coming off a slim 28-21 Harris County High. ' The estimated drive time from win over Troup County High. Hogasnville to Harris County High is about The two teams are very similar. Both have TO GET to Harris County High School 45 minutes. very talented and skilled quarterbacks, both from Hogansville, take 1-85 South toward See you at the game!! iBy ANDY KOBER Plans have now been set for the !Hummingbird Festival Dinner ischeduled for Thursday, Oct. 16. This will be the 17th Annual iHummingbird Festival Dinner and !Silent Auction and is scheduled to be held in the Vintage White Barn at the best items in the history of the ed by Eric Edwards. Reservations Victoria Belle Mansion. Hummingbird Festival dinner andare required and tickets can be The reception will begin at 6 p.m. Silent Auction. obtained by calling 706-333-2520. The with dinner served about 7 p.m. This annual Hummingbird Festival gives those attending time to social- CHEF MATT Preble and Dinner and Silent Auction is organ- ize and view the silent auction items. Professional Touch Catering areized by the Hummingbird Festival Festival organizer Mary Stewart said returning to provide the meal. committee which includes: Chair this silent auction will include some This year, music will be provid- Todd Pike, Alisa Blackburn, Allan Boyer, Vickie Brown, Candice Collings, Marla Dannenbring, Gayle Devereaux, Dr. Ralph Lynch, Brittney Miilwood, Susie and Patrick Osgood, Jonathan Pike, Dan Read, Clint Robinson, Bill Stankiewicz, Jason Stewart, Mary Stewart, and Jackie and Patrick Terrail. i ResourceMFG" @YAMAHA NOW HIRIN( IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! 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EEO Employer By ANDY KOBER Parks Day" on Saturday, Sept. ed just off Kings Gap Road 27. just east of the Rock Bridge The Coca-Cola Space From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., on Ga. Hwy. 354 near Pine Science Center has scheduled 2S-acre Lake Franklin will be Mountain. an evening of star gazing on the site of numerous fun Saturday, Sept. 27. activities for the entire fam- ED. Roosevelt State Park This very popular event ily including paddling canoes has fun events scheduled will be held 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. and kayaks, picnics, making almost every weekend. This at the park office amphithe- fish craft projects and fish- weekend's fun stuff includes: ater located on Ga. Hwy. 190, ing. Fish bait and drinks will Water Wonders, 10 a.m. near Pine Mountain. be available, no fishing to 11a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Those attending can license will be required and Meet at the Lake Delanor anticipate learning aboutthe parking fee will be fishing dock and see what stars and star maps, along waived, lives in the lake. Nets and with night sky viewing. They There will be a generalviewing scopes will be pro- might also see, satellites admission fee of $5 per per- vided. Children must be tracking across the night sky. son ages 10 and older. Canoe accompanied by an adult. Bring chairs and the park- and kayak rentals will be $8 -BugBlitz,8p.m.to9p.m. ing fee will not be collected per person. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the during this special event. Those planning to attend pavilion next to the Trading Enjoy Lake Franklin dur- should meet at the Small Post in the family camp- ing a special "Your StateGroup Camp, which is locat- ground. Join park staff in using special lights to draw moths, beetles and other bugs and then learn about them. * Art in the Park, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Park Office located on Ga. Hwy. 190. Use vines, tree rings, nuts and recycled materials to make pieces of art. There is a $3 per craft fee. Programs at F.D. Roosevelt State Park are open to the public and while many are free, there is a $5 park- ing fee. For more .information about any of the programs at the state park, call 706-663- 4858. ED. Roosevelt State Park is located near Pine Mountain. By ANDY KOBER tuce, tomatoand onion ring, vegetarian baked beans, cole The staff of the slaw, hot apple crisp with oat- Hogansville Senior Centermeal crust. has announced the menu for Tuesday, Sept. 23 - Oven next week. crispy chicken, English peas, Monday, Sept. 22 - marinated carrots, wild rice, Hamburger ,patty with let- starwberries with angel food cake. cantaloupe balls. Wednesday, Sept. 24 - Friday, Sept. 26 - Pinto Roasted turkey breast, black beans, macaroni and cheese, eye peas, turnip greens, man- herbed tomatoes, glazed darin oranges, pears with cinnamon. Thursday, Sept. 25 - Meals are served with Spaghetti with meat sauce,skim milk, coffee green beans, tossed salad, Apply online at jobs.interstatehotels.com ./.~ "~"- AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION* Currently Recruiting for the following positions: and 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the _ .... Hogansville Police Station. Commun, Calendar Hummingbird Festival 5K Run, 9 a.m. Hummingbird Festival Golf Tournament, Saturday, Oct. 11 starting at Hogansville 9 a m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Hogansviile Golf Elementary School. Registration fee of $25. Club. For more information call 706-637-8887. Hogansville Masonic Lodge meeting, 7:30 Hogansville Health Department is open p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, at the Lodge in Wednesday, Sept. 24, by appointment with vat- Hogansville. ious services available. For more information call 706-637-4834 or 706-845-4085. Hummingbird Festival Dinner and Silent Auction, 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, Victoria Belie Hummingbird 'Festival Poker Mansion Vintage White Barn. $65 per person. Todrnamen Ilo n Saturday Sent 27, and For reservations call 706-333-2520. Hawg Heaven BBQ. Benefits the Hummingbird . Festival. Call 706-637-8990 for details. .-Hummingbird Festival 10 am. to 5 p.m. . Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19, downtown] God's Bread Basket food pantry, openg Hogansville. ! a.m. to noon, Thursday, Sept. 25, behind er S onsored b House of Horrors 7 p m to 9 p m Saturday, Hogansville Senior Cent. p y L .... Hogansville Ministerial Association. Oct.. 18, Royal Theater $10 adults, $5 children under 12. Fundraiser for Callaway High Cross Hogansville Pilot Club meeting, 6 p.m., Country Team and Hogansville community, Monday, Oct. 6, atthe Hogansville Recreation Department. - Hogansville Pilot Club meeting, 6 p,m., Monday, Oct:. 20 at the Hogansvil e Recreation Hogansville City Council meeting, 7 p.m., ' Depa nL Monday, Oct. 6, in hall.The public is eric, our- . _ : : aged toattend .... " - Hogansville ...... City Council meeting, 7 p m . . Monday, Oct 20 at city halt. : Hummingbird Quilt Guild, 1 p.m., Wednesday, Oct, 8i in the Community Room To have your non-commercia of the Hogansvit e Housing Authority. villearea community event listed in the Communi Calendar;,the informa. Hogansville Municipal Court, 1:30 p.m. tion toandykober@hotmail.com The dead- line is each Monday at noon. QUALITY USED CARS CALL (706)443-5040 & GET PRE-APPROVED 360 South Davis Road Darnell Johnson Justin Cooper