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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS -TItURSDAY, OCT. 23, 2003 PAGE 5-A 00eritage Day sans Fun iday, Oct. 17, was a spe- day at Hogansville Ilementary School. This was day to bring out your old clothes and wear The students and parents ,ed the different looks square dancing. Frances Robinson butter for the while Kimberly Suzanne Doyle, Murphy and Joyce representatives Kimberly-Clark, the biscuits and !?',,,:';4",,,'i!/': i FALL INVENTORY REDUCTION Entire Inventory Reduced 50% OFF00 ttigher Quality (;iris& Colh'ctihh's. Shop Now hor ('htl,mntC - Young chil- got a close-up look at that might have been by their great-great- at during Days. KIMBERLY-CLARK FOLKS - Kimberly-Clark Corp. sent these repressentatives to the recent Heritage Days event at Hogansville Elementary School. TWIRLING AWAY - Square dancers demonstrate the art at the recent Heritage Days event at Hogansville Elementary School. HERE'S HOW - Elaine Pendyyl and Hogansville Elementary Principal Judy Baker demonstrate ways to preserve foods. Busy Fall Planned at Church Harmony Church of the Nazarene, 4220 Harmony Road in Woodbury, will be hosting these following events: A teen trip to Judgement Journey on Oct. 18. The cost is $7.00 and teens should meet at the church at 5:30 p.m. A teen trip to Six Flags on Oct. 25. The cost of this trip is $30.00. Teens need to meet at the church at 8 a.m. l)eparture time is 8:30 a.m. Friends Day on Oct. 26 starting at 10 a.m. A special guest, are Gospel Express Group, will be there for your enjoyment. Bring your friends and plan to stay for dinner. The church will fur- nish the meat, so please bring a covered side-dish. Fall Festival on Oct. 31 at 6 p.m. until ?. Correction for the Oct. 9 Column: A I wish to my niece, Rhodes, on her 13th birthday Oct. 11 and to her dad, Andy Rhodes, his birthday on Oct. 27. Deacon of the week is Bob Irvin. Remember the sick, shut-ins and in prayer, including the fami- of John Hines, Jr., in his recent death. be much in prayer for the mission to Helen on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. Children's time - Beth Maxwell. During the morning service Sunday, thanked those who helped at our booth Saturday a the fird Festival by handing out calendars, brochures promotillg Hope tracts. W 'thSp3/6 hitVe many visi- us Sunday. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning was "Songs of Calvary" and Sunday night was "3Touring That City." Rev. Harold Willis' morning mes- sage was "The Life Changing Gospel" from John 4:1-44 and that night was "We Are Witnesses" from Acts 5:17-42. Welcome new member Beth Diehl. Happy birthday Oct. 20 to Lillian Howell and Oct. 28 to Jarvis Brown. The Men's Ministry is cooking a churchwide prayer breakfast Oct. 26 at 8:30 a.m. Reservations are required. The chefs will be Huell Stephens and Bill Brown. The World Day of Prayer at Rockridge is Nov. 3 from 10:30 - noon We will have Fireman's Appreciation Day at our church Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. and have lunch for them after the service. Ladies who would like to furnish this lunch should please contact Mavis Garrett. Georgia Baptist Convention is Nov. 10-11 in Columbus. Operation Christmas Shoeboxes are due at the church Nov. 16. A dedication service for them will be that day at 11 a.ITl. The Hogansville Ministerial Association is sponsoring a community wide Thanksgiving service at Grace Covenant Church at 1402 Bass Cross Road on Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. ' r with a salad lunch served immediately . If you don t hm e a church home, w e following. " ' .....  ' WOuld invite yoU f0;efffe'wtifshtiY Brewton-Parker Day is Oct. 26 at us here at Hogansville First Baptist our church at the morning service. Church, located at 500 East Main Street. ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Hats Off To Wan, :la Lowe Wanda 1 .oxve wears many hats...registered nurse, community activist, Wilt', lnothcr...and ,,inter stlrvi;'or. \\;Vanda is a nurse at \\;\.st Georgia Health System who was diagnosed with breast c,ulccr tw,, \\;'cars ago. Even as she underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatment, she still came t work ahm,st every .,ingle day...wearmg a tim, colorful hat and a wide, sunny smile. Even as she fought tbr her litc, hc lamwhcd a breast cancer awareness crusade to help others. Wanda also helped start a breast cancer >upport group several yeats ago, not knowing she would eventually become a member of that vet) group. Wc arc h,,norcd to count \\;Vanda Lowe as a member of our \\;Vest Georgia btcalth System lamily. She cXeml,hiic dw Illllcr strength and spirit of caring shown by so many of the pcoph who work here. Our hats at,. o11 to you, \\;Vanda, 1;.3I" your courage, commitment and concern tbr the well-being of.others. WEST GEORGIA HEAITtt SYSTEM Otw health .wslem. A II the ca le ,,o u .red. 1514 Vernon Road / LaGrange, Georgia / (70 6) 882-I411 / www.wghs.org ::::::v.:::=v,,:':,=::.:::,:::::.:: ::.:'..:.:: :.:.. ,..',=::::::,,::.v,,,.:.::.z,:=.':.;v::ca;::::.':::=':::a::':a 2!i:,i---+:.:77:1:.2.-:75,i-:.71:7. I:-:':7:!'!--?:::::::?E:E:E:-?:?::!::q:-Uc'ki:!k?E:L(57[;: -E:::'2.: -::-,