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October 25, 2001

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HO(;ANSVlI.LE HOME NEX&apos;,S' " - "I'li CkSl)AY, OCT. 25, 2001 I_G.E 5-A ? ....... : >: GREAT WORK - A graduation ceremony for students from across the state was held Friday, October 12, at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation. Certificates were awarded for completion of work skills development and academic education programs. Pictured left to right are: Tavius Thomas of Lilburn (seated); Jason Mol of Snellville; Rebecca Service of Whighom; Scott King of Marietta; Yvonne Gourley and Valerie Gourley of Lawrenceville; Linda Jenkins of Kennesaw and C. Josh Booker of Macon (seated). Not pictured is Lakeshia Woodall of Americus. THS AND FUNERALS R. Lamar Hammock 26, 1939 - October 19, 2001 Richard Lamar Hammock, 62, of died October 19 at West Georgia Center in I_,aGrange. The funeral was conducted October 21 in the the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Home in Hogansville. Dr. Jimmy in Myrtle Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Roy Wright, Tony ht, Joe Boyd, John Bailey, Donald Neese, Hewlett Hunt. Mr. Hammock was born January 26, 1939 Hogansville, and was a son of the late Luther . Hammock and the late Bernice Hubbard 'tom 1972 until 1985, he lived in Hogansville most of his life, and was a retired market manag- er for Colonial, Big Star, A&P, and Winn Dixie Stores. He was a Baptist, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and a member of the Moose Club and the VFW. Survivors include one daughter, Joy Drummond of Atlanta; two sons and a daugh- ter-in-law, Christopher and Amy Hammock of Marietta and Matthew Hammock of Hogansville; one sister, Patricia Iqeckman of HogansviUe; one brother, Eugene Hammock of Phenix City, Alabama and five grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by a son, Richard Lamar Hammock, Jr., and a daugh- ter, Elizabeth Janice Hammock. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of HogansviUe was in charge of arrangements. 'Share' Program Offers Bill Help The Share Program was established many years ago to assist people with their util- ity bill. This is a non-profit organization that can help pay one bill within a 12 month period. All monies that Share has come through donations made by individuals on their utility bills and sometimes a group donation such as a church. However, as time goes by there is less money coming in and this can mean that people cannot be helped. Last year this was a very real problem. Gas prices rose to unreal heights and made the payment of bills almost impossible for some people. There has been talk that the price of gas would go down, but now they are saying that there are so many really high bills that are still unpaid they may not be able to lower the price. Surely the price will go down some, but what if we have a really cold winter? From December 1, 2000 until September 1, 2001 Share has had 23 applications. The monies we had allowed us to help 19 applicants which impacted a total of 52 indi- viduals. We spent a total of $671.85. The major reason for not assisting more was the lack of funds. If within the next months you feel you could spare one, two or five dollars a month, please get a pledge form from City Hall, fill it out and return it to them. Or if you would like to make a one time contribution, call Suzanne Cook at 637-8411 or Carolyn Davis at 637-8741. Please consider helping Share and the people of Hogansville. Festival Planned Today at FRA Flint River Academy will sponsor its annum Fall Festival Thursday evening, October 25th from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. on the football field on campus in Woodbury. There will be a spe- cial performance of bluegrass and gospel band from the Williamson Music Barn. There will be plenty of good eats including hamburgers, hot dogs, sweets, cotton candy, and the popular cake walk. Prizes will include a raffle drawing for free tuition of $1,000. 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