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PAGE 2-A ’1]enfi$¢1%efibes : Continued From Page 1-A ‘ It was that program that resulted in Freeman opening his practice in Hogansville, and he stayed. , The dental office in Hogansville is now being operated as Childres Dental Center with that officially taking place 4‘ in October. Police Chief Recognizes Oflicers Continued From Page 1-A Street near Country Critters when he spotted a dog on a leash running along the road. While most people would owner, a woman who had fall- en and broken her shoulder. Not only did Loubet’s action in stopping result in finding the injured woman, it also have ignored the dog, Loubet resulted in providing care for I stopped. The dog subse— the woman’s bed—ridden sis- quently led the officer to its tel! Photo Submitted CMS TOY DRIVE The Fellowship of Christian Athletes group of Callaway Middle School sponsored a toy drive for needy families this Christmas season. Local churches, parents, students, and teachers donated items for the drive. The items collected were given to four different families this year in hopes of spreading some extra Christmas cheer! The FCA group meets on Friday mornings in the school's media center and often has guest speakers who come to speak about their faith, coaching experiences, and offer inspirational words to the students. from your friends at The Hogansville Herald Merry Christmas Happy New Year from... Tuckernovs 937 E. MainWStreet - Hogansville, GA 706-637-5599 Sinatra Wmeemym“ 5%. QW-stmvtnga W' We“ 't' . . x- Layer Cake: for CHRISTMAS Deadline, December 22nd ' By Don tion We Aleo have Peppermint Puff Buckets $10 Donation For Information Pleaee Cell Ginny at (770) 696-7548 Call Ginny to order T70-6m-7548 Wishing you a. jolly good time whatever you do. 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Prior to being elected to the coun- cil seat, Norred was a vocal critic of the council most often complaining about utility rates. As often happens, once elected to the city council he gained a different perspective and understanding. This was reflected later in the meeting when Norred addressed the council and audience. “We’ve got a lot of dedicated peo- ple that work for us,” Norred said as he praised the efforts of city employ- ees and city hall staff. He said in par— ticular that city hall staff had a “thank- less job”. He particularly highlighted the efforts of City Clerk Lisa Kelly. Norred praised the leadership that Stankiewicz had brought to the city and congratulated him on winning re- election, calling Stankiewicz “a great leader”. Though he has only worked for Hogansville for a short time, Norred offered words of encouragement to new City Manager David Milliron say— ing that he had brought “profession— alism” and “transparency” to the office. Norred did note the ongoing issue of utility rates saying it was the “biggest misperception” in the city but added that utility rates were “not the whole problem”. Mariachal Price, who in January takes over the seat occupied by Norred, was in the audience. Norred congratulated him on the victory and offered some sage words of advice as Price prepares to take office. We Submitted CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON The ladies of Highland Baptist Church WMD enjoyed a Christmas Luncheon at the Train Station in Hogansville on December 13. Attending the luncheon were JoAnn Massengale, Evelyn Grubbe, Becky Carden, Sybil Harrison, Evelyn Higgins, Susan Bonner, Ellen Hubbard, Ma ‘Hubbard, Gloria Prather and Efizabeth Brummett. In EPENOABLE and mowwoeszxeu: (3:33 1 seeks cuetumers loo 1g formal PROTECTION and iong Robert Allen. Agent 20‘; 5th Avenue Manchester, GA 31816 Bus: 7068462174 roberialien.gal4@slalelarm.c0in State Farm General insurance Company, Bloomingfbn, it Look no further. 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