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KINDERGARTNERS BRITNEY SHIREY, DEANNA WOOD, AND BILLY MARTIN greet Smokey and Sparky at Hogansville Elementary School's annual Fire Safety day October 5. Troup County firefighers, along with Smokey the Bear and Sparky the Fire Dog., taught students how to "stop, drop, and roll" as well as other fire safety tips. Crime Stoppers Approves TWo Rewards':" The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors approved two rewards at their monthly meeting Thursday night. The two rewards will pay out one thousand and twenty- five dollars. The caller with code num- ber 4564 gave LaGrange Police detectives the information they had been looking for to make an arrest in the robbery at ttester's Merchandise Mart. That caller has been approved for a $1,000 reward. The reward money was posted, mainly, through contributions from several local business owners who said they wanted to see an arrest made quickly in that incident. The caller with code num- ber 4551 gave Troup County Sheriff's deputies the location of a person who had been want- ed on an outstanding warrant. That caller will receive a $25 reward. Both callers should, again, call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000 to receive information on how NEED MONEY? Fast, friendly service. We will come to you or you can make a simple toll free call: 1-888-977-1133 daytime or 1-706- 637-5152 evenings. Sunnfside Mortgage, LLC Refinance Remodel Debt Consolidation Christmas Taxes Tuition Good/Bad Credit OK Past Bankruptcy OK Purchases Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee to pick up their rewards. The Crime Stoppers Organization is a nonprofit group that depends on commu- nity and business contributions to make cash payouts. The Board of Directors is made up of local citizens and meets the first Thursday of each month at the LaGrange Police Department. The public is invited to attend the meet- ings. Senior Center Calendar 15 - Setback Gongshow; 16 - Hummingbird Festival; 18 - Ceramics 9 a.m., Bridge I p.m.; 19 - Quilting 9 a.m., Beauty Shop Exercise 10:30; 20 - Flue Shots 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; 21 - Quilting 9 a.m., Bingo 10 a.m., Singing 11:30 a.m.; Piano Lesson 1 p.m.; 22 - Setback 10 a.m.; 25 - Ceramics 9 a.m., Bridge I p.m.; 26 - F.O.E 10:30 a.m., Quilting 9 a.m.; 27 - Crafts 9 a.m., Bowling 10 a.m., Mahjongg 1 p.m.; 28 Halloween Party!! Costume Contest, Blood Pressures; 29 - Breakfast 8 a.m.; 30 - Chilli Cookoff TRACTOR/I'RAILER MECHANICS NEEDED Wal*Mart Transportation Wal*Mart Transportation is now accepting applications for our newest transportation facility in LaGrange, Georgia. We are accepting applications for experienced Tractor/Trailer Mechanics. Qualified mechanics must have previous experience working on tractors or trailers or at least three years experience as an automotive mechanic. If you have proven mechanical experience, possess an excellent work history and are looking for a dynamic organization to begin an exciting career, come join our winning maintenance team. We offer a competitive starting rate with guaranteed wage progressions at 90 days, 6 and 12 months, plus an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, and Life insurance, an Incentive Bonus Program, 401-K, Profit Sharing, Stock Purchase Program, Vacations, Holidays, Personal Days, Store Discount Card, and the opportunity to be part of the finest maintenance team in Georgia: For an application please apply in person at: Georgia Department of Labor tl Longley Place LaGrange, GA 30240 706-845-4227 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Wal*Mart is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides a DRUG FREE work environment. School Lunch Menus Lunch Menu/Middle-High School Thursday, 10/14 - beef-veg- etable soup, chicken noodle soup, toasted cheese sandwich, saltines, orange half Friday, lOftS - chick fillet or hoagie sandwich, lettuce & tomato, waffle fries, fruit, ani- mal crackers Monday, 10118 - corn dog or pizza, baked beans, tater tots, fruit Tuesday, 10/19 - country fried steak or ham and cheese sandwich, okra, black-eyed peas, cornbread, fruit Wednesday, 10120 - baked rotini w/salad and hot roll or harnbtrger w/lettuce and toma- to and fries, chilled peaches Thursday, 10/21 - chicken or baked ham, creamed potatoes, peas and carrots, hot rolls, dou- ble strawberry jell-o Friday, 10122 - BBQ or hot dog, chips, cole slaw, fruit Monday, 10125 - chicken nuggets or steak nuggets, rice, english peas, hot roll, fruit Tuesday, 10/26- pizza or tuna salad w/saltines, french fries, tossed salad, fruit Wednesday, 10/27 - baked ham or meat loaf, sweet pota- toes, seasoned green beans, hot rolls, fruit Thursday, 10,128 - manager's choice Friday, 10/29 = hot dog or hamburger, cole slaw, french fries, halloween treat Every meal is served with a choice of milk. Lunch Menus/Elementary Thursday, 10/14 - beef and vegetable soup, toasted and cheese sandwich, saltines, orange half Friday, 10/15 - Chicken fil- let on a roll, lettuce and toma- to, waffle fries, fruit, animal crackers Monday, 10/18 - corn dog, baked beans, tater tots, fruit Tuesday, 10/19 - country fried steak, okra, black-eyed peas, cornbread, fruit Wednesday, 10/20 - baked rotini, garden salad, hot fruit Thursday, 10/21 - creamedpotatoes, rots, hot rolls, double ry jell-o Friday, 10/22 - BBQ wich, cole slaw, chips, fruit Monday, 10/25 - nuggets, rice, english peas, rolls, fruit Tuesday, 10/26- I: salad, fruit, cookie Wednesday, 10/27- ham, sweet potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, fruit Thursday, choice Friday, 10/29 - hot french fries, cole slaw, loween treat Lyons Galler I! Thompson Honored Sheriff Donny Turner announced today that Larry Thompson, Sr. has been posthu- mously given the first ever Troup County Crime Prevention award. A plaque will be presented to his widow, Carolyn Thompson. Thompson was the owner of WTRP radio station at the time of his death in September and was the host of the popular morning radio program "Straight Talk." The show often gave law enforcement officers a chance to talk about issues in the community and also allowed listeners a chance to call in with their concerns. "Every time we had a new crime prevention program to start, we always went through Larry and WTRP to present it to the people and ask for their opinion," Sheriff Turner says. "We debuted the Junior Deputy program the Neighborhood Watch program, D.A.R.E., the Explorers and even Crime Stoppers on Larry's show. He would give us a chance to pitch it to the people and that allowed them to give us feedback. "His listeners could always count on him to let them know what was going on with local laws and ways they could get involved. We felt that he prob- ably helped us out as much as any person in the community over the last seven years," Turner continues. Thompson could be heard many mornings reminding cit- izens to turn on their headlights while driving in the rain or telling people to slow down on the roads. "He always allowed us to tell people what we needed to say," Turner continues. "But,he was always ready to tell the peo- ple what he needed to say as well. That's what set 'Larry apart from all the others. He was fair and we always appre- ciated that the people of Troup County and law enforcement officers across the area all ben- efited from what he stood for." Thompson is the first ever recipient of the Troup County Crime Prevention Award. In future years, the award will be given out to commemorate the beginning of Crime Prevention Month which is always held in October. Many events are scheduled for the area this month to mark Crime Prevention Month including the annual tying of red ribbons on county borders around Troup County. One block south of Downtown . Greenville GOSPEL SINGING Sat. Oct. 16, 5-9pm "THE GOSPEL TRAVELERS" & " VICTORY SOUNDS" No Charge! Come and Enjoy! HOGANSVILLE'S 1-85 (Exit 6), Hogansville, GA * (706) 637-4100 (at the Hummingbird Station) Mon.Tkrl-9 - Fri & Sat.ll-lO ...... ....... , CATFISH -RIS - CHICKEN  STEW - ..... - FRIED GREEN TOMATOES ~ ......... 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