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PAGE 8-A ' HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2009 Our youth will take awalk comes from the book of through Faith Baptist Ezekiel, chapter 13, verse Church's "Judgment Jour- 18b: "Will you hunt the souls ney", in LaGrange on of My people, and will you Saturday, Oct. 24, We have a save the souls alive that come set of tickets reserved for our to you?" crew; contact Todd Pruitt for yours today. REMEMBER our first Through the month of Chicken-quelastApril?Ahalf October, WOM (Women on chicken right off our grill in Missions) is offering Rada theBBQpit, bakedbeans, Ms. Cutlery available for pur- Joyce's very own slaw, bread chase to raise funds for pro- and homemade pound cake. viding educational scholar- Well, here's you chance to ships to Jamaican students at taste it all again. On Friday, Giblatore Primary School. Nov. 13, First Baptist will be We are also collecting candy hosting a Chicken-que from and zip lock bags to create 10 a.m. to 5 pm. P.lates are over 1,000 bags to give out at available for $8.00 each. All the annual Trunk-or-Treat on proceeds will go towards ren- Friday, Oct. 31. ovations to our church sanc- Make plans to bring your tuary. We will deliver to busi- family to the Community- nesseswhoorderfiveormore wide Trunk-or-Treat in plates. Call the church office Hogansville on Saturday, Oct. or see a FBC Member to pur- 31, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All chase your tickets. the candy your little ones The next YOUTH SPOT need in one safe location. Stop will be an outdoor movie and by First Baptist Church's bonfireatthehomeofIanand themed car: "Hunting For Misty Anderson on Saturday, Souls." This mission event is Nov. 21. All students, 6th planned through the Women through 12th grade, are invit- on Mission Ministry under ed and encouraged to bring the direction of Lataine a friend. Smith. This year's theme On Sunday, Nov. 22nd, PARK MEADOWS APARTMENTS 707 E, B0yd Rd,, H0gansvHle (706) 637-4337 Equal Housing Opportunity TDD# 1-800-255-0056 ::ii3~i~iiiiiiiiiiii~iiii~iiil} GATOR 'UTIU V ICL S ::::::::::::: PAYMENTSAS: LOWAS ] % FINANCING for MONTHS- on qualifying Compact Utility Tractors including 2305, 2320, 2520, 2720. 31~)5, 31~0, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4005, 4105, #120, #320. #520 and #720 mo~els Stop in for GREAT DEALS and GREAT SERVICE. Columbus, GA 30 PARKMAN AVE (706} 687-0752,~.~,., Mon .-- Fri: 7 00 am .-- 6.00 ~m Sat: 7 O0 am -- 2 00 pm ~,L~, ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ............................................. ~:~:~s~s~:~ JOHN DEERE First Baptist Church Will host Thanks4Giving shoe cam- paign to collect shoes for the Soles4Souls Ministry out of Roanoke, Alabama. This spe- cial ministry provides shoes to disaster relief victims all over the world. During the 11 a.m. Worship Service, our congregation will be asked to "give up their Sunday best" for those in need. Please come prepare.d to donate your shoes and thanks for giving. Parents, this is a won- derful opportunity to involve your children in hands-on missions. MARK YOUR calendar now for these dates which are quickly approaching: Tuesday, Nov. 24, is the date for the community-wide Thanksgiving Worship Service at First Baptist Church at 6 p.m.; on Sunday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m., the First Baptist Adult Choir will pres, ent, "Bethlehem Morning.', If you need a ride to church, contact our Van Ministry: call by Tuesday for a ride on Wednesday and by Saturday for a ride on Sunday. Thank you to Beth Merrill and Bob Irvin who serve through the Van Ministry at FBC. We encourage all Hogansville residents who are in need of groceries to visit "God's-Bread Basket." Located behind the Hogansville Senior Center and open every Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., you are invit- ed to visit once a month for assistance with groceries. H ~ H God S Bread Basket is spon- sored by several local churches, including First Baptist Church of Hogansville, through the Hogansville Ministerial Association; please stop by and let us share the love of Jesus with you. FIRST Baptist Church "At the End of the Fork" cook- books are still available for purchase for $12. Church cookbooks are always the best. Sunday activities at First Baptist Church include Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Morning Worship at 11 a.m., Evening Worship and K-12 Christmas Play Practice at 6 p.m., and Adult Choir Practice at 7 p.m. Wednesday activities include AWANA 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Adult Prayer Meeting 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., and Adult Choir Practice 7:45 - 9 p.m. Nursery is provided for all ministries for infants through three years of age. If you are looking for a church home, we'd love to have you join us at First Baptist Church, 500 East Main Street, 706-637-8731. Reach, Teach & Serve. :!i@ili! !ii@iiii!!i! ::.::,::.::: : ::: :::: ::':: .:::::: "::~:~s:: :::: :':::':':::'::: ::::::: :::::::':::::: ~:~:~] :~:~.~:: : If you can afford a weekly payment of just $29.99* for just 12 months, then you're already approved for a brand new DellTM or HPTM Computer, guaranteed. MOVIE NIGHT AT HES -The smell of popcorn and pizza filled the Hogansville School gym as students and their'families enjoyeda movie n,Tt sday; Family Movie Night at HES and approximately fifty families joined the PTO for ashow- ing of Walt Disney's "The Game Plan". Students enjoyed donning their glow-in-the-dark necklaces' while the movie played on the big screen. Family Movie Night provided an opportunity for families to have a night of fun together and at the same time, strengthen the bond between school, home, and community. Top, Left to right: Jackilyn Royster, Khushi Patel, Josie Mulliniks,. Nidhi Patel, and Ila Patel (background) take a break from the movie to grab some refreshments at the concession stand. Above, Vincent Davis smiles for the camera, as his sister Bre Hall watches the movie. Vincent's mother and grandmother also attended the movie event. " le Successful marriage is Oak is a patient at West always a triangle, a man, a Georgia Medical Center we woman and God. wish her a speedy recovery. Congratulations to Cijji Marquita Dixon and Carol Sharing Your Loss Elliot Johnson, who were Our belated sympathy united in marriage on Oct. 18 goes out to the families of at the Four Season Hotel in Willie Lewis Colton, 63 of Atlanta. Newnan, formerly of The Rev. J.D. Childers Luthersville and Hazel M. .~:rformed the ceremony. Masdon, 81 of Grantville on The bride is the daughter their deaths. Earth has no sor- of Darrell and Cynthia Dixon row that heaven cannot heal. of Hampton. She is the grand- daughter of Maxine Lynch of Happpy Birthday Folkston and the late Andrew Birthday greetings go to: Lynch. Ramon Andrell Addie, son of She is also the great- BettyAddie, FeliceCameron, granddaughter of Alma W.E. Carter, Patricia Colton, Walker of Folkston and the Joyce Colton, Tony Colton, late Clyde Walker. Robert Crawford, Myles The bridegroom is the son Colton, son of Rev. Yolanda of Carlton and Heidi Johnson and Mr. Greg Colton, Ashley of Rex. He is also the grand- Hines, Calvin Hall, grandson son of the late Stark and the of Luncia Mitchell, Altheia late Janie Mae Ellis, St. The Hudson, granddaughter of nephew of Janie Ellis, Stark Emily Kate Bohannon, and Annie Marie Ellis, Jr. We Jonathan Bernard Heard, son wish them love and happi- of Michelle Heard, Gloria D. ness. The couple will honey- Milner, Daneshia Moody, moon in Orlando, Florida. James Howard McLaughlin, Happy Anniversary wish- Nina Overton Beatrice es go to: Cedricand Kimberly Porter, Faye Porter, wife of Cousins on their 5th on Oct. Stanley Porter, Larry Smith, 23; Cleveland and Betty Patricia Smith, Tyrance Bedgood on their 51st on Oct. Russell, Deacon Nathan 16 and Freddie and Shirley Truitt, Jahiquez Turner, Grief-Hines on their 5th on Valynicia Walker, Aneshia Oct. 22. We wish them many, Whitehead, Melvin Nails, and many more. Courtney Denise Williams, daughter of Roger Williams Get Wen Soon and the late Gwendolyn Get-well wishes are Williams. -extended to Linda R. Clements of Grantville, who underwent foot surgery last week in Atlanta. Eva Mae Clark of Lone Church News White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to its Genesis Choir Anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 25 at 3 p.m. Rev. Yolanda Jones-Colton is the pastor. White Plains United Methodist Church, St. Marks invites everyone to its 7-up Program on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 5 p.m. Rev. Yolanda Jones- Colton is the pastor. The New St. Paul CME Church, Lone Oak invites everyone to this Fall Festival on Wednesday, Oct. 28 from, 6-8 p.m. Come for games, fun, prizes and fellowship. Mary Amey is the CYF Director and Rev. Billy Holloway is the pastor. Lone Oak Country Festival on Saturday, Nov. 710 a.m. til 3 p.m. Seed for Thought Giving is the true meas- ure of Love.