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HOGANSVILI HOlVE NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2000 PAGE 7 ritage Grant Approved for Royal Theatre Flint Regional ment Historic Preservation Lynn Miller, announced to officials late last week that would receive the 2000 grant for the restora- the Royal Theater that doubles Hall. "The official letter has to .its way through channels, so we don't know exactly how much we got. But we asked for sixty plus thousand and should get slightly less because so many projects were funded." Miller said that in the local area, Grantville and West Point also received grants. Miller cited the good work of the Hogansville Charitable Trust as instru- mental in procuring the grant. "The planning that the trust and its archi- tect did made the project a winner. The attention to detail of John Kennedy, Joan DeMarrais and Susanne Cook was very commendable. The detailed plan- ning put the project over the top." The trust spent $4500 for architec- tural plans raised from last year's Hummingbird Festival, Hogansville's yearly fund-raiser. "I couldn't be more delighted," said trust board member John Hardy Jones. This is great news for Hogansville and the trust. And it underscores the impor- tance of this year's Hummingbird Festival and Old Time Country Fair." The festival will be the main vehi- cle for raising the approximately $35,000 needed for matching funds for the grant. "It's great that the grant was announced just before the festival," said trust board member Jack Leidner. "It's the perfect time to launch the 'Fixin' to Fix the Royal' campaign to raise the matching funds." These Folks Open 24 Hours A Da00.h Days A Week 19 her Fowler, Mary Boswell, 2O Birthday' Faulkinel  iWsgt n vfda r MJy! b White, James Jamie Wade, Lillian 21 October 23 Angle D. McCormack, Kevin Worthy, Sandra Lee. October 24 Calvin Massengale, Devin Waldrop, Kevin Waldrop, Eugene Crocker. White, Danny Diane Howington, Davis, Jeff Bugg, Ella 22 D. Pittman, Sara October 25 Ann Powell, Clem Powell, J. Steven Duffey, o James Littlefield, Mallorie Fountain, Mary Stankiewicz, Michelle Purgason, Robin Butler. the Week: Jim Campbell. tO the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on 100% perfect attendance October 8th. Their teacher is And to the Children I Sunday School Class on hav- .00% perfect attendance October 15th. Sondra Lee is their belated birthday to Tom Bozeman on October 13th. you pray, remember: Bob TiUman, Avis Hammond, Louise Press Miller, Mozelle Dial, C.E. Stevenson, Howard Willis, Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Pauline Powers, Opal Bonnet, Swanson, Grady Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Wanda Freda Kelley, Bobbie Williams, Rev. Bill Deakins and 1 Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Miss Patti Phillips were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rhodes and Meredith at Brooks. , and the 11th Annual Georgia ecial music Sunday morning was a solo by Sondra Lee, On My Knees." Ron Howard preached for us Sunday morning and Rev. Parks Sunday evening. Dr. Billy Burks led prayer meet- night. and Mrs. Harold Willis enjoyed several days vacation- Hilton Head, S.C. recently. and Mrs. Ken Hines and Reid Thompson of Hogansville, Andrea Otwell of LaGrange, Mrs. Janet Williamson of West and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hines of Tarpon Springs, Florida the Indian River Seafood Festival over the weekend at City Beach, Florida. " of Praise perform October 22nd at The Hummingbird Savings Time ends October 29th at 2 a.m. Turn your back one hour upon retiring Saturday night. Remember, Forward, Fall Back. Hogansville Ministerial Association-sponsored fifth night song service is October 29th at the Hogansville :United Methodist Church at 7:00 p.m. is the World Day of Prayer at Rockridge, begin- at 10:30 a.m. A salad lunch follows the service there. 8th is the deadline for returning shoe boxes for Christmas Child. If you haven't received one and wish so, please contact the church:office. This is a church-wide tkat is sponsored by the WMU of our church. of our church is now Men's Ministry Program. rnen of our church who are able physically will do small run errands, transport to out-of-town doctor visits, or needed of them by our homebound members. Interested can volunteer by calling the church office to place their on a list. the homebound members do Is call and request assistance. Coordinator of this ministry is our pastor, Rev. Harold Willis he will continue to do sountil.a leader is secured for this have activities for each ag group here at First Baptist located at 500 East Main. Street in Hogansville. Rev. is the pastor. We invite you to come worship with 'you don't have a church home. Continued from Page I and not settle for a sub- ston said eighty per- f the new infrastructure his is installing now is said the City of presently have 1,500 $300,000 on Troup EMC develops the it would be a $1.2 million MANAGER DAVID said the city can make or four times more money revenue from the cus- at Huntcliff. Mr. ston and my figures dif- Substantially, he added. said he didn't think can get rid of an asset surplusing it and bidding le said he thought it would be best if City Attorney Dan Lee could explore the case. Aldrich said let's make sure we go by the legal system. Councilman Ezra Whitmore said he didn't think the citizens of Hogansville should finance the prOject. The council decided to hold a public hearing on November 20 at 6:50 p.m. To consider rezon- .hag Huntcliff from CD to R-I. Arnold said he didn't think you could change zoning in the mid- dle of the stream. "We have already spent a million dollars on the project," he said. It is ridiculous to have to spend money on legal fees for the rezoning, Arnold said in a phone interview Tuesday morning. He added, "We are not going to stand for the city to do this to us." Arnold's lawyers said at this point, they were not saying any- thing about the matter. NOWF Hummingbird Chevron Chevron Gas & Products Beverages Snacks Groceries Beer & Wine Greeting Cards Fresh Coffee Cappuccino @ Hummingbird Station Ice Cream 1-85, Exit 28, Hogansville (706) 637-9001 A Complete Convenience Store BIJI:FET _k i i . PHONE AHEAD FOR FAST PICKUP P I Z Z A 637-9013 i i i i i i ...,.  mid l mm Is mm l  l a mm mile l i i i i role a i I " C 320Zc l '" ' oca oa, I , Fountain Drink ' I I I w/PurchaseoflWhole (Any Flavor) I I Pizza or Dozen Wings I EVERYONE LOVES PIZZA! ! Chon- I I I I Hogansville, GA I (Must present coupon) ! Offer Expires 11/30/00 ! IL i IIIm i l Ill aim i ill i ill i i i i i i Ill l i .n Tom Mills Republican Candidate for Georgia's 29 th District Senate Seat Invites you to attend the "Better Ideas for a better Georgia" Rally Featuring Dr.AlanKeyes Former Ambassador to the UN Social and Economic Council under Ronald Reagan, Republican Candidate for President, 1996, and author of Our Character Our Future: Reclaiming America's Moral DestinF as keynote speaker West Georgia Christian Academy 1904 Hamilton Road LaGrange, Georgia October 19 th, 2000 6:45 P.M. Paid for by Friends of Tom Mills - Will Oubre', Chairman, Kay Elam, Treasurer