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Week Until Hummingbird Festival According to its planners, Hummingbird Festival in trill be cheering the heroes of yesterday raising funds for the September 11th as as civic improvements. is also going to :chock full of rides, games the best in Southern food and fun. Vicky and Roger Brown, own the Victoria Belle a special events on Main Street in , are bringing a history War Between States encampment to property for the whole weekend. There will e historically accurate craft demonstrations z well as an actual military HOGAd-qS00 LLE Ct00urch of Christ October 21 = thru 25* at 7:00 p.m. FORF0000q " CHAPMAN Guest Speaker "It'll be a lot of fun," said Brown, "and it's very Kids love to ask re-enactors questions rs love to answer The living history g and flint knap- (stone arrowhead mak- p demonstrations. Civilian REBEL WITH A CAUSE - Vicky and Roger Brown of the V'toda Belle Plantation are bringing a living history War Between the States encampment to their property for the whole Festival weekend. has helped Hogansville city government write and sub- mit a series of federal grants for nearly a half million of civic improvements, first and foremost being the renova- tion of the Royal Theater (Hogansvitle's City Hall). Work on the theater will begin this fall. Profits raised dur- ing the festival go toward the theater renovation and required matching funds for the grants. Hummingbird Festival chairman Bill Stankiewicz says, "The festival is going to be bigger and better than last year. We should top last year's attendance record of nearly 5,000 people. And the food, arts and crafts booth applica- tions are already coming in and almost equal last year's total (number of booths). Interested parties need to contact Mary Stewart quick- ly to get spaces. Mary can be reached by phone at (706) 637- 9794 or folks can just drop into our shop at 200 East Main Street in Hogansville." gentlemen and ladies from the period win also take part in the activities. Thanks to the Victoria Belle's sponsorship, admission to the encamp- ment is free. The Browns are also spon- soring Rambunctious, an Atlanta band noted for their variety of musical styles. The band will play at numerous times during the festival. The old time values of small town America will also call the festival home. The Hogansville Girl Scouts will collect for disaster relief and the Hogansville alumni, whose class reunion was such a wonderful part of last year's festival ("Main Street was one big hug"), is having a homecoming and dance. The festival, held this year on October 20th and 21 st and billed as an Arts and Crafts and Family Fun Extravaganza, raises money for the Hogansville Charitable Trust. The Trust Give Blood ,/Production (Heavy Lifting) ,/Administrative Asst. / Machine Operators (Heavy Lifting) ,/Customer Service Representatives / Sales Representative (Excellent Computer Skills) ICHASE STAFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com Jzwlgement Day for Just $5 Faith Baptist Church presents Judgement Journey, a 45 iourney through end times of this world the way the says it's going to be. The Journey begins at sundown October 19, 20, 26, 27, 30 and 31 and November 1-3. Come and experience The Rapture of the Church, The The False Peace of the Antichrist, The Mark The killing of Martyrs, The Judgement of Satan The Judgement of Those Who Reject Jesus Christ. This change the way you think about your future! The cost is $5 per person. Children under 16 must be by an adult. A snack bar opens each evening 6 p.m. Faith Baptist Church is located at 552 Hammett Road in For more information call (706) 884-3100. We'll you at the Judgement! Festival Slated for Oct. 18-20 The 1st annual James King and Friends Bluegrass Festival for October 18-20 at The Gospel Barn in Headliners include the finest in pure, traditional pass music, including the James King Band, Ralph the LO,ds Family, Dave Evans, Lost & Found, Melvin Paul W'flliams and many more. music begins at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday 12 noon on Saturday. There are two sessions each day music ending around 11 p.m. Three day reserved seats are $50. General admission is reserved seats are $20 daily. Children under 12 for $5. A full service restaurant and a snack bar are open dur- the festival. RV hookup is available. The indoor, climate auditorium seats 1300. For information or tick- call Bea Torrance at (706) 885-9300 or 1 800-844-6737. The Gospel Barn is located on Hogansville RcL (Hwy. 29), north of the I.,aGrange city limit, near 1-85, exit 18. Singing Coming to Corinth Oct. 20 A gospel singing will be held at Corinth Baptist Church October 20th at 7 p.m. The featured singers Hill be God's Children from Roanoke, Faith Singers from Corinth and Straight-Heart from Come early opening night to be sure of your place and study materials. BIBLICAL ANSWERS TO LIFE'S BASIC QUESTIONS VIT INFORMATION DON'[ MISS THE FIRST NIGHT!. Manchester Community Hall - 2rid St. and 2rid Ave. * Manchester, GA Beginning: Friday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m. Continuing: Nightly except Mondays & Thursdays For infoemalion call 846.9690. Appreciation Sale yog DO UBLE your savings! price & purchases icable with any temporary sale or event. Jsions Apply, See Store for Complete Details. MANSOUR'S BONUS CLUB 10% OFF all regular & rcdlined clearance purchases* Bonus  To qualify you must be 60 yars of age or older. our Courtesy Counter today and sign up. REGISTER TO WIN... 1 pair Ladies SAS Comfort Shoes 1 pair Mens SAS Comfort Shoes Ladies Koret Outfit (2 pcs.) 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