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f HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 2012 PAGE 5-A " .5." % A GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENT- Callaway High School GA-20068 AFJROTC announces that Cadet Major Antonia Jones has been selected "Cadet of the Month" for August 2012. She has demonstrated strong leadership skills, outstanding aCademic skills, and a strong spirit of community service. During the month of August 2012, she achieved a 100 percent average for uniform wear and physical fitness participation. In her Aerospace Science curriculum: Exploring Space:the High Frontier and Leadership Education Curriculum: Life Skills and Carrer Opportunities she has achieved a 100 percent grade point average. Antonia has also participated in 7.5 hours of community service for the corps. Antonia has consistently displayed a positive attitude, as well as the highest personal and ethical standards. It is a distinct pleasure to have Antonia as a member of the GA-20068 AFJROTC team. CARR NAMED PILOT CLUB SWEETHEART- The Hogansville Pilot Club had their September program meeting at the Explorations in Antiquity Center in LaGrange. While there, we had a bibilical meal and a guided tour. Just prior to dinner, Elaine Cart presented flowers to Evelyn Higgins. Evelyn was selected as Pilot Sweetheart by the club. Several guests were in attendance, including a couple from St. Louis, MO. The Hogansville Pilot Club meets twice monthly. If you are interested in joining or visiting, please contact any Pilot Club member. Pictured are Elaine Carr and Evelyn Higgins, Pilot Sweetheart. 'qi" , i CALLAWAY MIDDLE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - Each month Callaway Middle School recognizes two students from each team for the *Student of the Month*. The award is given to students that exhibit exemplary conduct during the previous month. These students are rewarded with a pizza party and a certificate. For the month of August the award goes to: Back Row (left to right) - Sumin Seo, Bran(Ion Belton, Angelia Rogers, Nyla Brooks, Andrew McCallister, Hunter Lee, Jihwan "Ricky" Byun and Adrian Brewer. Front Row (left to right) - Leann Hadley, Montinez Williams, Eddie Lipscomb, Zahdai Mosley, Travis Traylor, Cathrine "Mary Faye" Payne, and Brandon Faulkner. Students Not Pictured - Ansley Browning, Jermiah Davis and Christian Mayo A VISIT FROM THE MAYOR - Callaway Elementary School 3rd graders are studying government. As part of their unit Mayor Jeff Lukken paid them a visit. He helped them set up a mock City Council meeting where they voted on a law. Shown here are Mayor Lukken, acting Council Members Lauren Webb, Logan Dickson, Blake Lashley, and act- ing Mayor Brianna Drake.Judge Fowler also paid the group a visit. They represented the executive and judicial branches at the local level here in LaGrange. FOCUSING ON CAREER - Nine Callaway High School sopho- mores recently participated in a Small Business Career Focus Seminar sponsored by the LaGrange Troup County ' Chamber of Commerce. Career : : Focus is designed to give local " students exposure to a related career path. The seminar consists : of hearing local presenters and "'" visiting local businesses in the : career area. Pictured from left to right are: Mrs. Sylvia Brantley, ' Cody Mimbs, Nick Bishop, C. J. Evans, Kobie Cook, C J.. G aJ atin, "' Anna Kate Dire, Kevin Craig, . Katlyn Dingier, Austin Garrett, & " Mr. Wendell Mills I Buy I Get 1 Free (In house special every day) includes frame, SV tens Dr. Patrick E Heath O.D. 1140 13111 St 706 I am state certified both in enforcement and corrections. I am also a state certified instructor. I have served in many areas at the Sheriff's Office over the past 20 years, including four years as Chief Deputy which included managing the multi-million dollar budget as well as running the daily operations of the entire Sheriff's Office. I will be accessible to all citizens of Troup County and will be willing to listen and discuss questions or concerns that they may have regarding the Sheriff's Office. I will treat everyone equally and fairly. I also plan to cut wasteful spending by returning the tax collections to the Tax Commissioner's Office. I want to make Troup County a safer place to live, work, and rase our families. We will do this by continuing to focus on our youth and promoting positive choices. We will also continue the fight against illegal drugs and drunk driving in our community. I will continue my community involvement by staying active in local orgranizations to better serve the citizens of Troup County. Please Vote James Woodruff for Sheriff on November 6th! .,,~