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HOGANSVn.LE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 2004 pAgE 3-___~A man Shows Up for Court...Or Not scheduled to appear in Municipal Court , on showed up, then ran away y identified the man as Gerald 21, of 513 New Hope Lane, Ala. said the man disappeared 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the date School Days Makeup : The administration of the School system school make-up in lieu of the recent closings due to dan- *Nov. 2, a day when scheduled to be (Election Day) will be a staff work day for *Dec. 20 and 21, original- a part of the break/Christmas will be used as reg- school days (students staff). Spaces Festival Booth spaces are still for the fifth annu- z Festival Saturday, Nov. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Lone Oak is located on 54, twelve miles Greenville. For more information, contact Sandy Wood t 637-4656 or Rosalind at 637-6965. deadline is Oct. 15. Board This Evening The Chattahoochee-Flint Development Board of Directors meet Thursday, Sept. 30 , at 6:30 p.m. at the Development in Franklin. The agenda will include business items. Please call Kathy at 706- ext, 201 to obtain information. Monday, Oct. 4 Steak. nuggets, seasoned baby lima beans, hot pudding, choice 0f milk l~sday, Oct 5 Dell sandwich, lettuce tomato, waffle fries, choice of milk Wednesday, Oc~ 6 Chicken pot pie, broccoli rolls, strawber- iell-o, choice of milk Thursday, OcL 7 Country fried steak, Steamed rice, seasoned green beans, school baked roll, fruit, choice of milk Friday, Oct. 8 "No school *Don't forget about the Pall Dance scheduled for Friday, Oct. 1 from 2.'~ until What is Red? Red is a mechanic fixing your car right the first time. he was scheduled to appear in court. A police report said that Taylor "failed to return to lawful custody as instructed." In other recent activity: *Jason Thomas Morgan of 7526 Meadow Land Drive, Memphis, told police that someone made off with a $50 pair of boots from the Econo Lodge, Room 114 at 1888 East Main St., where he had been staying. *Patrick Lamar Norman, 29, was charged with disorderly conduct on Sept. 17, at 200 Boozer St. in Hogansville after a complaint by Margaret Brown of 208 Elm St., according to a report dealing with that incident. Dorothy Davison, who lives at 205 Poplar Street, told police that she'd mis- placed her driver's license. She last saw the license on Sept. 20 and said that "she is sure no theft has occurred," accord- ing to a report dealing with that inci- dent. Police also'investigated a report of a shoplifting incident at Ingles Grocery filed on September 22. Support Our Troops Sister $onia Healer and Adviser Past, Present & Future Are you sick, suffering, in bad'health?... Bring you~ problems to me. I will tell you just what you want RECOGNIZ- ING ACHIEV- MENT - Janis Cannon, (L) Deputy Commissioner for Tourism of the state's Department of Economic Development, presents Sabra McCullar with the award for her extensive efforts in boosting our area's tourism. McOdlar Wins State Award For Tourism Accomplishment Sabra McCullar, executive director of the Warm Springs Area Tourism Association, has received a state award for her efforts. The Product Development Tourism Champion award was presented to Ms. McCullar by Gov. Sonny Perdue, Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Craig Lesser and Janis Cannon, deputy commissioner of tourism. Ms. McCuUar was among several of the state's most dedicated tourism professionals honored in Statesboro at the Governor's Conference on Tourism. The event brought the state's top tourism and hospi- talityindustry professionals together to discuss the impor- tance of Georgia's tourism industry and to develop strate- gies for growing and promoting continued economic sus- tainability. Ms. McCullar came to Warm Springs in 1986. and started the Welcome Center in the fall of 1991. She served as President of the Presidential Pathway Travel Region from 1993 to 1998 and was named Travel Industry Leader of the year by the State Tourism Department in 1999. She was on the fund raising committee for the new FDR Museum and chaired the fund raising drive for the FDRAVarm Springs Welcome Center in 1999. The Center opened AI~ril 15, 2000, Her other aehievments include acquiringa $40;O00 grant to build the park across from the Welcome Center and working on a grant to purchase the Eleanor Roosevelt School for a new museum. She's also been active promoting the Meriwether- Pike Scenic Byway, a 55-mile ride through five cities and three counties. "Georgia is blessed to have such talented and com- mitted individuals working to promote tourism in every corner of the state," said Cannon. Horace King Book Topic of Program The Board of Trustees of the Troup County Historical Society invites everyone for a special program spotlight- ing a new publication, "Bridging Deep South Rivers: The Life and Legend of Horace King." Authors John Lupold and Thomas French, Jr will be the featured speakers at the fall brunch on Friday, Oct. 22 beginning at 11:30 a.m., at the Highland Country Club. Cost is $15 per person. The book will be available for $29.95o to know about yourfriends, enemies, rivals; whether your husband, wife, sweetheart is true or false; how to gain the love of one you most desire; control or influence the actions of anyone, even though miles away. I further guarantee and promise to make you satisfied. You will find me superior to any other Psychic Reader you have consulted. Sister Sonia A reliable and known reader in the area. ('/06) 8$2-SlSS " 1305 Whitesville Street LaGrange, Georgia 30240 Just try one reading. You will never be unhappy again ! !!!One FREE Question by Phone!! I Ride the Twitt-~Wt~t~ 1 ry proud to be coming " Club Fall put our Amusement P; ~els and are bringing it to e he 5 Thurs. & Fri. 1 ~s from the Greenville Hi( Locations in Hogansville & Granti, ille 1608 Bass Cross Road at Hwy. 54 (I-85 Exit 28) * Hogansville Drop-offopen in Grantville at Nifty Foods II, 5320 Hwy. 29 (Exit 35 Alterations * Draperies Shirts Laundered Leather Suede Wedding Gowns ,'ick-up 706-637-8"733 Drop- Off Bagt Jay & Ellen Butts - Owner~ West Georgia Technical College is coming to your neighborhood. Come md heat about WGTC's easy admission process. Location: Meti'a~ County Chamber of Comm~-ce in Warm Sprin~. Inform ation and registration night: September 29a~ ............... 6:30 p.m. Fall Quarter classes begin October 1 lth in Warm S'~rins, s October 4th in 'LaGfange Progrmns offered this quarter in Warm Springs: Basic Computer Skills B asi c Pnnting Assi stant ,,, Lawn Maintenance Assi stant