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PAGE 10 - HOGANSVILI,E HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 13, 1999 Community Calendar To have your news item included in this calendar, you reach us by phone at 637-8122, by fax at 706-846-2206 or by at: Calendar, P O. Box 426, Hogansville, Georgia 30230. THE DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 12 NOON Fall Festival to be Held ' Mountain View Elementary School will hold its first fall fes- tival on Saturday, October 16, from 4-8 p.m. the event will include rides, games, food and candy. Mountain View opened for the first time this year. It is locat- ed on Judson-Bulloch Road ,between Manchester and Warm Springs. Commissioner Offers Aid Georgia residents with insurance problems or ques- tions can receive assistance directly from the state Insurance Commissioner's office by contacting his insur- ance investigator working in your area. An investigator from the office is scheduled to be in Greenville from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on October 18 at the court- house. Please call the court- house at (706) 672-1314 to con- firm the investigator's sched- ule. In addition to receiving assistance with insurance prob- lems or questions Commissioner Oxendine's office offers complimentary homeowner, automobile and life insurance policy reviews. This service is designed to provide you with information you should know before purchasing insur- ance and how to avoid common mistakes. If you cannot meet with the investigator during these hours you can speak to an investiga- tor by phone at 1-800-656-2298 or you can write the 'details of your problem and send them to the following address: John Oxendine, Commissioner of Insurance, State of Georgia, 2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Atlanta, GA 30334, Attention Consumer Services Division. There is no fee for this service. can be paid at the door. Preregistration is recommend- ed due to limited seating. To pre- register call the Chamber of Commerce at (334) 298-3639. Reach to Recovery The American Cancer Society is sponsoring a Reach to Recovery training on Saturday, October 16 at West Georgia Medical Center, the Banquet Room in LaGrange. Registration will be at 8:45 a.m. and the class from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Reach to Recovery pro- gram of the American Cancer Society provides information and support for women with breast cancer through someone who has already been there her- self, the Reach to Recovery vis- itor. Reach to Recovery is a vol- unteer visitation program. If you are a breast cancer survivor and are interested in becoming a Reach to Recovery volunteer, please call for a vol- unteer application today, Sherry Williams, Community Cancer Control Manager for Meriwether County, 706-675- 1616 and please leave a mes- sage. If you are unable to attend the October 16 training but would like information about future trainings, please call 706- 675-1616. The American Cancer Society carefully selects and trains each Reach to Recovery volunteer. There is no charge for materials or the volunteer visitation program. Owens Reunion is October 31 There will be a reunion Sunday, October 31 in honor of John H. and Pet Owens. This is the 20th reunion and let's make it a good one. It will be held at the Cove Firehouse in the Cove at i p.m. Bring covered dishes but no meat. Meat will be furnished this year. Steak Dinner at Stephens Lodge Public Hearings to Be Held Stephens Masonic Lodge will have a steak dinner October 16 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The menu consists of a steak, baked potato and green tossed salad for $10.00 each. Bookkeeping Made Easy Chattahoochee Valley Community College, the Phenix City Chamber of Commerce and Auburn University Small Business Development Center will present a workshop on "Small Business Bookkeeping Made Easy" for the small busi- ness owner. The workshop top- ics will include: the importance of keeping adequate records, types of forms and records to keep (including Federal and State records, length of time to keep records, etc.), different types of accounting methods, traits to look for in a business account and the importance of profit and loss statements and balance sheets. The workshop will be held October 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon, EST on the CVCC campus 2602 College Drive, Phenix City, Alabama in the Douglas Key Building (gym). Cost for the workshop is $15 per person and The Georgia Department of Education (GDOE) and the Department of Technical and Adult Education (DTAE) announced today that a series of public hearings would be held across the state concerning the development and improvement of vocational/technical educa- tion. The hearings have been scheduled to provide citizens and educators the opportunity to offer comments and recom- mendations on Georgia's four- year state plan for vocational/technical education and are designed to fulfill requirements included in the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act o( 1998. Council Plans Day Retreat Meriwether County Interagency Council/Family Connection, Inc. will hold a reju- venation retreat Wednesday, October 13 from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at Warm Springs First Baptist Church. The purpose of this retreat is to analyze and discuss issues most pertinent to the LYons Homes Residential Commercial ./0 'w4_ New Homes Room Additions Basement Finishes Screen Porches Garages O Sun Rooms. Kitchens Baths Roofing Siding Painting Specializing In Adaptive Housing FULL SERVICE BUILDER "When you think of remodeling, think of Lyons Homes"" (706) 6724)044 Collaboration and community and to develop methods and ways to work together more democratically and efficiently. Call Tommy Almond at (706) 672-4016 by Friday, October 1 if planning to attend. Operation Good Neighbor Operation Good Neighbor in Manchester will be open Wednesday, October 13th from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Those needing assistance with clothes are welcome to come by. Railroad Days October 15 - 16 Railroad Days will be held in Manchester October 15 and 16. On Friday there will be a reception at the Community Building from 6-10 p.m. There will be refreshments, entertain- ment by "The Singing Men of Manchester" and a slide display by Larry Goolsby, Historical Society. Saturday will feature the Railroadiana Display at the Callaway Building from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. There will be personal collection displays, model lay- outs, railroadiana sales by ven- dors, display contests, model contests, pizza and sandwiches, Rotary Club car show and shut- tie service to downtown. There will be a street dance sponsored by the Kiwanis Club from 8 p.m. until on Main Street featuring live entertainment. There will be an alumni dinner at the Old Nebula House at 7 p.m. Sign up Friday at the reception. Interagency Meeting Alert The next meeting of The Meriwether County Interagency Council/Family Connection, Inc. is scheduled for Tuesday, October 19 at 10:30 a.m. in the Conference Room at Meriwether County DFCS, Greenville. Join us as we con- tinue to work for a stronger Meriwether County. Refreshments will be served. For more information call (706) 672-4016. Record Keeping and Tax Training Child Care Resource and Referral Agency of West Central Georgia at Thomaston, a pro- gram of Flint River Technical Institute, will sponsor a free training class on "Family Child Care Record Keeping and Tax Preparation" for Family Child Care Providers. The training will take place Saturday, October 16 from 9 a.m. - I p.m. at Flint River Technical Institute, Bldg.B, Room 132, 1533 Hwy. 19 South, Thomaston. Linda Patterson, instructor, will teach Family Child Care Providers about record keeping and tax preparation. Participants will receive four DHR approved clock hours upon completion of the training. This program is funded (in part) by the Georgia Child Care Council using the Federal Child Care Development funds. TO register, contact Mary Jackson, Program Coordinator, Wanda Johnson, Program Assistant, or Gayle Whitehead, Program Secretary at (706) 646- 6215 or toll free 1-8004513-8546. Free Blood Pressure Checks Upson Regional Medical Center will be taking free blood pressures at the Lewis Jones Food Market in Manchester Friday, October 15 from 9:30 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. This monthly service is pro- vided through the hospital's EduCare Outreach Program as a means of promoting wellness and community health educa- tion. Gospel Singing Saturday Night There will be a gospel singing Saturday, October 16 7 p.m. at Manchester High: School auditorium featuri "The Followers" fro LaGrange, "Young Spirit fro, Manchester and [ Birchfield Family Singers. There will be no A love offering will be taken. Emmanuel Singers at FRA The Emmanuel Singers will be performing Flint River Academy 18 at 2 p.m. ttansen Steck, a graduate of FRA,will be with the group. The public is welcomed to the FRA audience. Identify Your Home for Safety Street number markers to be placed at driveway are now available $15 at Manchester City These y markers sturdy angle finish have reflective numbers and will enable gency and utility vehicles locate your home quickly. Sold by Habitat Humanity in County, the profits will be to build affordable homes Meriwether County. Call 17 for more information. 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