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PAGE 10 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - SEPTEMBER 23, 1999 To have your news itetn included in this calendar, you reach us by phone at 637-8122, by fax at 706-846-2206 or by at: Calendar, P. O. Box 426, Hogansville, Georgia 30230. THE DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 12 NOON Dune Reunion Is September 26 The Dunn Family Reunion will be held September 26 in Pine Mountain Valley at Bethlehem Church, located on Bethlehem Church Road. Come bring a covered dish and family pictures and records. Meriwether Co. Interagency The next meeting of The Meriwether County Interagency Council/Family Connection, Inc. is scheduled for Tuesday, September 21 at 10:30 a.m. in the Conference Room at Meriwether County DFCS in Greenville. Join us as we continue to work for a stronger Meriwether County. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call (706) 672-4016. Public Sere Announcement To avoid any unnecessary delays, persons trying to reach the Meriwether County 911 service using a cellular tele- phone should dial 706-672- 3809. AA Meetings Are Sche_ded Alcoholics Anonymous meeting schedule is as follows: Friday, 8 p.m. at First Methodist Church, Manches- ter; Monday 8 p.m. at First Baptist Church, Warm Springs; Sunday and Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Jones Chapel Church, Woodbury. Fall Line Festival A Fall Line Festival will be held at the Talbotton Courthouse Square on Saturday, October 9 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. It will feature arts, crafts, food, rides, coun- try-blues-gospel music, a clas- sic automobile show and a SK roadrace (registration at 7:30 a.m.). For more information, call Talbot County Chamber of Commerce at 665-8079. Folk Play to Be Held in Plains The folk play "How To Elect a President" will be presented in Plains during the annual Plains Peanut Festival. On stage at the historic Plains High School the play is written to make you laugh, cry and be patriotic. "How To Elect a President" will tell the story of Plains dur- ing the year before Jimmy Carter was President. The play is written and direct- ed by Kim Fuller, President Carter's niece. The musical num- bers are composed by Dr. Dan Ariail. All characters in the play are residents of Plains remem- bering the days when Jimmy Carter was Jimmy Who? The Campaign years will be relived by the residents of this small town. Adults and children have parts that tell the story of the lil Carter campaign. Come and help us remember the good ole days. "How To Elect a President" will be held on September 23, 24 and 25. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. They can be purchased at the Plains City Hall or call (912) 824-5445 for more information. State Senses at One Stop Site All citizens of Meriwether County are invited to the One Stop, where services from Child Support Enforcement, Department of Labor, Department of Rehabilitation Services, West Georgia Technical Institute, CSE Fatherhood Program and oth- ers are available. One Stop Shop is hosted by Meriwether County Depart- ment of Family and Children Services every Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. For more information about One Stop Shop, call 672-4244. Troup County Educators The Troup County Retired Educators Association will meet Thursday, September 23 at 11:30 a.m. at the Ramada Inn in LaGrange. The guest speaker will be Dr. Roy Nichols, Superintendent of Troup County Schools. TREA President, Larry Musick, invites all retired educators in the area to attend this meet- ing. child care providers, unregulat- ed providers, parents and foster parents. The training will take place Saturday, September 25 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Jackson-Butts County Library, 436 E. College Street, Jackson (Butts County). Angle Moore, instructor, will give information concerning basic food groups, how to plan nutri- tious meals and proper food stor- age. Participants will receive eight DHR approved clock hours upon completion of the training. This program is funded (in part) by the Georgia Child Care Council using the Federal Child Care Development funds. To reg- ister call Mary Jackson, program coordinator, Wanda Johnson, pro- gram assistant, or Gayle Whitehead, program secretary at (706) 646-6215 or toll free at 1- 800-613-8546. Georgia Naitonal Fair in October Georgia National Fair Concerts Feature Trisha Yearwood, George Jones, Monica, and Sawyer Brown The Georgia Agricultural Exposition Authority has announced the concerts for the 10th Anniversary state-spon- sored Georgia National Fair, October 8-17. Trisha Yearwood with open- ing act, John Berry, October 9 at 7:30 p.m., $24.50; George Jones and the True Value. Jimmy Dean Country Showdown, October 14 at 8 p.m., $10,00 through October 7, $16.00 October 8-13; Monica with opening act GRITS, October 15 at 8 p.m.,S24.50; and Sawyer Brown and Toby Keith, October 16 at 7:30 p.m., $24.50. Tickets for concerts in Reaves Arena are now on sale at the Fairgrounds box office. Ticket prices include gate admission to the Fair and sur- charge,e but may be subject to a handling fee. Thunderbirds, Golden Knights The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the U.S. Army Golden Knights will present "Wings Over Montgomery" Saturday, September 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST at Maxwell AFB. The event is free and open to the public. Chart-Flint RDC to Meet The Chattahoochee Flint Regional Development Center Board of Directors will meet Thursday, September 30 begin- ning at 6:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. The Agenda will include reg- ular business items. Meetings are open to the public. Please call Shannon at 706- 675-6721, Ext. 120 to reserve seat- ing or obtain additional informa- tion. Meriwether Retired Teachers The Meriwether Retired Teachers Association will hold its September meeting on September 30 at 11 a.m. at the CB&T Bank in Manchester. This is a luncheon meeting. The guest speaker will be Dr. Mary Nell Simpson, president of Georgia Retired Educators Association. Owens Reunion is October 31 There will be a reunion  Sunday, October 31 in honor of John H. and Pet Owens. This is the 20th reunion and let's make it a good one. It will be held at the Cove Firehouse in the Cove at i p.m. Bring covered dishes but no meat. Meat will be fur- nished this year. VFW to Meet September 27 A VFW meeting will be held Monday, September 27 at 7 The meeting will be held VIvV Post, Warm Springs. members are urged to National Fish Hatchery Catch some fun at the Springs National Fish Centennial Celebration to held Saturday, September from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Events will include house, ribbon cutting, Lion, music and ent commemorative stamp, demonstrations cation on casting, ing, seining, plug golf, making, children's fish shirts, children's catch and Carmel Family Reunion Slated The annual School reunion will be October 9 at 2 p.m. at the Alvaton Carmel (Promenade Mall). All who attended the school their reunion. A covered dish con will be served in the torium at 3 p.m. If you any questions, please Patricia Rowe 1361 or Mary Alice Caldwell 706-538-6863 ,? ............ t ...... " Emmett Kelly to Ho.or00d o. EVERY O00GE, PLYMOUTH & CHRYSLBI PRODUCT Come clownaroundwithus Rebates & Dealer Cash up to s3,000 "ALL PRICES POSTED + REBATES" as we celebrate the 75th birth- day of America's Favorite Clown, Emmett Kelly, Jr. The Warm ........ Springs Village Mall is hosting ! this celebration on Tuesday, October S from 5-8 p.m. Porcelain _ figurines created in Emmett's likeness, as well as the 1999 Annual figurine, Our National 'lYeasure, will be available to col- lectors. This hand-painted porcelain figurine is limited in production for one year and is only available through authorized EKJ Collector's Centers. Emmett turns 75 this year making his travels unfortunate- ly very limited, yet we don't want you to miss his big birthday cel- ebration with fellow collectors! Enter the drawing to win a Limited Edition figurine and ask about the entire collection depict- ing America's Favorite Clown. These collectibles are treasurers no collector should be without! Each figurine purchased during this event will be signed by Emmett before October 15. For additional information contact Mary Ellen McDuffie, Warm Springs Village Mall, 69 Broad Street, Warm Springs, Georgia at (706) 65-2166 or visit our web site at www.warm- springsga.com. Flint River Technical Child Care Resource and Referral Agency of West Central Georgia at Thomaston, a pro- gram of Flint River Technical Institute, will sponsor a free training class on "Nutrition Awareness/Food Safety" for i i R G D Homaz of Thomadon 1699 Barnesville Hwy. & 1348 Hwy. 19N in Thomaston, Georgia is mew Both Locations have all '99 Models Discounted Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee 70&-648.1193 or lO&-&Jb&.AbS89 i i i i I .... ( fi LdIT '77 Dodge Ram Long Wheel Base, A Little Used PW, PL Dual Factoq Air, Rear Radio Co.trois, Rear k'I Controls, New Tires & More _But Runs Good 003,995 001,298 '88 Uncoln Town Car  '94 Dodge Caravan LE Loaded, Looks New, Drives Like New, . 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