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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 2004 PAGE ~A Program Support Urged [ s-rpo- Our Troops 1 Grantville Better Home Town ~e~l~Wn~~ andethe second ls which last year held a pub- to rally support for the con- Grant-ville Elementary I and this year on Grantville Day :he teachers of this school, encouraging attendance at the which are solely the responsibility of tWo programs sponsored by the the Grantville Elementary PTO. Elementary Parent-Teacher The first of these programs is a Both of these events will be held at the new GrantviUe Elementary School. Voter Drive Set Sept. 28 A voter registration drive will be held Sept. 28 between the hours of 11 a.m. And 1 p.m. at Chick-ffl-A. This drive is sponsored by Chick-ffl-A. Bankruptcy should be your last resort, but if need be, call a local attorney! IN. LUTHER JONES AttorneyAt Law 116 Main St. LaGrange (706) 884-6633 Maintain Dignity - Stop Creditor Harassment Consolidate Bills ~ Regain Financial Control Chapters 7, 11 & 13 of U.S. Bankruptcy Code Start Chapter 13 for only $100! Same Day Electronic Filing ..... FREE EVALUATION! ALSO: Criminal Law * DUI Paid Leo~l Adverbser~,,nt II IIIII II REVI L BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 285 Hillcrest Road North of LaGrange off Highway 27 DAY- Kendal Morgan Webb, daughter of Ken and Lisa Webb of Hogansville, cei- her 3rd birthday with a party held in her honor at Burger King in LaGrange. her celebrate her August birthday was her grandfather, Billy Webb, whose birth- the day before. Also attending were numerous friends and family members. received lots of fun and exciting gifts. A special thank you goes to all who attended. ALL AROUND - The Social Critters of Antioch Baptist Church held their yard sale last Saturday. =To our surprise," said Critter Frances Robinson, =we had for it." =We are very appreciative of the support everyone gave us to make very successful day," Robinson said. ~nursd~, ~ 23 S~urd~, S~pL 25 Monday, ScpL 27 Chris Rippy Brian Puller Donald Hammett Lanm Lewis Denise Fisher Jennifer Smith Robert E Hammett Hunter Braddy Michael Wilson Todd Pike Launn Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Tommy MagdeleneFuller Sunday, Sept. 26 Michelle Harmer Anna Marie Herndon Nita Strain Dixie Quinn Pam V(flliams Ila L. Burdette Jacob Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis (A) Louise Strickland (M) Friday, Sept. 24 Eddie Leverett Mary Jeter Ruth C. Darden Wayne Jones Monday, Sept. 27 Manager's choice ~w..~y, sevL 2s Hotdog, cole slaw, baked fruit, choice of milk Wexbtesday, SepL 29 Meafloaf, creamed pore- turnip greens, corn- bread, fruit, choice of milk Hamburger, sliced toma- to and lettuce, french fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk ! ~, Oct. 1 No information available lbesday, Sela. 28 Clifford Michael Crews Diane Arrington Dylan Jackson Jason Stewart Kerney Swann Samantha Pollard Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vinyard (A) W~, Se~ 29 Brad Noble Chad Thomas I-Ialey Bryant Randy Bailey Sheila Spinks Sue Johnson Virginia Brock 7 , Hands that embrace family It isn't always easy being a child these days. Especially if you're a child without a family. You can help give these kids the chance in life that they have been denied. Open you heart and your home to a child in need today... be a foster parent. Help fulfill the KidsPeace mission: To give hope, help and healing to children facing crisis. Foster Care and , t t Family Services "~'~ National Centers- v.m~ K~d~ 0~t~amt Cm,~ 706-565-9336 www.fostercare.com The hand that heals- Financial assistance and 24-hoar support services available. Bible Baptist Church News Rev. R. C. Prescott and the members of our church cordially invite you to attend our Revival at Bible Baptist Church. The Church is located at 285 Hillcrest Road, North of LaGrange off HWY 27. The services will begin each night at 7:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, September 26th - 30th. Our guest evangelist will be Rev. Keith Runels from Holy Ground Baptist Church in Carrolhon, GA. There will be a special singing each night. Services Each Night At 7:00 EM. ' Sunday Through Thursday, September 26 - 30, 2004 Special Singing Each Night ,~.~,,~.,,~,.~,~I..~,R~ C. Prescott, Pastor Guest Evangelist Rev. Keith Runels Holy Ground Baptist Church CarroUton, Georgia Everyone Welcome * Plenty of Seating and Parking West Georgia Technical College is coming to your neighborhood. Come mid hear about WGTC's easy admission process. Location: Meriwether County Chamber of C0m~erce in Warm Sprin~. Information and registration night: September 29ax ............... 6:30 p.m. Fall Quarter classes begin " October 1 lth in WanT1 Sprin~ October 4th in LaGrange Progtm~ offered tl~ quarter in Warm Springs: Basic Computer Skills B asi c Pnnting Assi stant Lawn Maintenance Assi stant ,i o h .q ! i'~iI ii i (i