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]VIACHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COLqFFY JOb3LNAL, I'VlFRIWE33ER VINDICATOR, TALBOTrON NEW ERA & HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - OCTOBER 24-26, 200i (6:23 TFNp)800 PAINTING AND GENER- Interior, exte- rior painting, hardwood floor refin- is,hing, pressure washing, deck care. r home repairs. 706 655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin num- ber 9885. (1:26 TFNc)800 MACHINE REPAIR - In L For more information, :all 1-888-268-6034. (2:23- rFNc)800 LANDSCAPING & SERVICE - Sod, seed and h'ee shrub installation, mowing, nming. leaves, etc. Licensed and nsured. Free estimates. Call Mark Hood 706-663-4757; Cell: 415- )775. (3:I-TFNc)800 DF.LOACH CONSTRUCTION - repairs, remodeling, additions and new homes. Call (706) 672-9169. If no answer please leave a message and phone number. (4:12-TFNc)800 FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION buildings, remodeling, decks a paos. (706) or celt (706) 302-3616. (II3-TFNc)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable pdce. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706- 655-3427 (11:8-TFNc)800 )UKE'S LAWNS & GARDENS - Fall is the best time to plant and transplant existing plants, shrubs, trees, bulbs, ground convers, "ye grass seeds. Desige redesign your environment. ality guaranteed, 20 years expe- hence. 553-5533. (10:24-TFN nc)800 HOME REMODELING - Vinyl replacement windows, vinyl siding. Licensed electncal and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249- 1994. (5:16-TFNc)800 K E ENTERPRISES - New home construction and remodeling. Call Kathy Ellis 628-5094. (9:26;10:3,10,17p)800 SERVICES AVAILABLE - Bushhogging, backhoe work, sep- tic systems, fireplace mantels with marble surrounds/hearths, wallpa- per and ceramic tile. Call 628-5094. (10:24,31; 11:7,14p)8(X) SOUTHERN HOMES PAINTING AND REPAIR - No job too small. Experienced and dependable. Free estimates. 846-5562, leave mes- sage. (9:12-10:31p)800 CHILD CARE - I will keep childen in my home from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m Call 672-2488. (10:17,2zip)800 VINYL SID1NG - 20 year.sexpen- ence this area. 846-2738 or 846- 9244. (10:17,24,31; 11:7p)800 A.C. STEAM CLEANING & JANI- TORIAL SERVICES - Autos, resi- dential, commercial. Home and office cleaning. Unbeatable prices, free estimates. Call 706-637-8244 or 706-637-8034. (10:17,24)800 LOST - Liver and white Spdnger Spanier, lost in Phil Howe Rd., Raleigh Rd. vicinity. Reward. Call 706-846-9628. ( 10:17,24c)900 LOST DOG - 2 year old male choco- late lab, wearing red collar, lost in Northeastem Hams County. Please Call 663-0080 if you have seen him. (t0:24c)900 Institute Increasing Emphasis On Sports Related Rehabilitation There's a new emphasis on sports related rehabilitation at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, the result of a new addition to the RWSIR medical staff. Dr. Roslyn McLean, who specializes in rts medicine, recently joined the Roosevelt Institute staff with the expressed goal of providing rehabilitation for local athletes "at all levels," including able bodied athletes as welt as those with physical disabilities. y from New York McLean specializes in physi- cal medicine and joined the RWSIR staff after a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Hughston Clime. She's a grad- uate of Colgate University and the University of Pittsburgh medschool, who didherintern- ship at LA County Hospital in Los Angeles, Calif., and previ- ously practiced at Southwest Medical Center in Dallas, "rex. She brings a new approach to a place with a long tradition of success when it comes to rehabilitating and empower- ing persons with disabilities. Now that same Roosevelt magic can be offered for "over- used muscles and tendons" among the able-bodied com- munity. Stamllma Ima ADDITION TO RWSIR MEDICAL STAFF - Dr. Roslyn McLean, who specializes in sports medicine, recentlyjoined the Roosevelt Warm Spnngs InstkhJte of Rehabilitation staff with the expressed goal of providing rehabilitation for local athletes. 'I just love keeping people involved," McClean sai& 'Igfe is a big game and so many pos- itive things come from sports. I love being a part of it all." MOST OF McLean's patients will be of the outpa- tient variety and that means eventual involvement with all seven of RWSIR's outpatient clinics, including Newnan, LaGrange, Douglasville, Peachtree City, Griffin and Stockbridge, as well as Warm Springs. "She gives us a more diverse rehab program," stat- ed Bill Kuerzi, RWSIR direc- tor of physical therapy and the man responsible for oversee- ing outpatient efforts. "With more specific care as it relates to individuals in the rehab process, she will be a great compliment to the services of our physician contacts in each community." Along with conveniently located outpatient clinics, McLean's patients and refer- rals will benefit from state-of- the-art sports and rehab facil- ities at RWSIR's Center for Therapeutic Recreation in Warm Springs, no matter what their field of play. Weekend warriors will receive the same care and supervisiow as scholastic participants of all ages. Occupational or work- related injuries are also wel come as they too fall under the category of "overuse injuries." "Anyone can just call and make anappointment (706/655- 5432)/' McLean said. 'verything we do will be very sports specific. The course of rehab we pursue will depend on the sport, how they were injured and where they need to get back to, and that goes for young people as well as older ones." By living on campus in Warm Springs, McLean also makes herself available for team consultation and acute sports injuries on weekends. 'That's when so many sporting events take place," she said. "It only makes sense in my line of work to be available on week- ends. Besides, I just enjoy sports, all sports." A fan at heart, she looks forward to becoming an inte- gralpart of the Rcosevelt Team and she's hoping sports medi- cine will provide another nec essary ingredient in the wide range of rehabilitation offered by the Roosevelt Institute. For more information, call 706/6,55- 5000. Callaway Gardens October Events CaUaway Gardens is a worM-class horticultural dis. play garden and resort in Pine Mountain, Go_, which features an array of activities through- out the year. Below are the events for October. Admission is $12 per adult and $6 per child (6-12). Children five and younger are admitted free. Rates do not include sales tax and may increase during spe- cial events. Twcrday tickets are available and valid for consec- Junior Duck Stamp Exhibit The Georgia Junior Duck BIOOIllS Stamp Exhibit features stu- dent wildlife art submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Now through October 31 - Free with Gardens Admission. Callaway Gardens is proud to host the 2000-2001 Georgia Junior Duck Stamp utt days rl/y ............... E xiaibit at_the yix... " Hand Gardens admission CaUaway Discovery Center. includes the Virginia Hand CaUaway Discovery Center, CalIaway Brothers Azalea Bowl, Birds of Prey program, Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, John A. Sibley Horticultural Center, Discovery Bicycle Trail, Mr. Cason's Vegetable trails. Cxdlaway Gardens, operat- ed by the rum-profit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, is open 9.'00 a.m. EST to 5:00p.m. daily, 365 days per year, and is fun for the eraire family. The two operate in unison as a model for exceUence in environmen- tal education and land stew- ardship. Callaway Gardens is in Pine Mountain, Ga., 60 min- utes southwest of Atlanta and 30 minutes north of Columbus. For additional information, contact Callaway Gardens at 1-800- CALLAWAY (225-5292) or www.callawaygardens.com. Fall has arrived when the beauty of mums is on display at Callaway Gardens. October- November- Free with Gardens admission. Autumn at Callaway Gardens means chrysanthe- mum season. During October and November, beautiful chrysanthemum cascades adorn the Sibley Center with their extraordinary beauty. Challenge at Callaway Check out the swing of your favorite golf pro while watching them compete in the Buick ChaUenge. October 25- 28- Tickets must be purchased from the Buick Challenge nament champion, David DuvaU, defends his title against some of the world's finest golfers at one of Georgia's oldest professional golf tournaments. Proceeds from the tournament benefit a number of area youth char- ities including the Boys Clubs and Girls Clubs. Since Buick has sponsored the event, mil- lions of dollars have been raised for charities in the area. Tickets may be purchased by One hundred entries are on display through October 31, including Georgia's 36 win- nets. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service sponsors this pro- gram annually to promote conservation through arts. chrysanthemums played- tiigh6hV the Gardens, specifically at the Sibley Horticultural Center and Mr. Cason's Vegetable GarderL Another favorite spot to enjoy in the Gardens is Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden. By mid-November unique are di&. _ office ...................... o.nctmg ..... the ..... Buick The Buick Challenge, Challenge offices, P.O. Box October 25-28, offers specta- 2056, Columbus, Ga., 31902 or tors, players and rs one by telephone at 1-888-4CHAL of the PGA Tour's most LENGE or 706-324-011. exceptional events as well as Individual season badges, a tournament with a rich his- group season badges and tory. Competing for a purse sponsorship packages are of $3.4 million, the 2000 tour- available. Garden, PioneerLogCab/ da CasonchapelandnumemuswaikingCaUaway Memorial State Parks Offer Discounts SPECIAL AUTO RNANCE i SUPER CEmR Specializing In Re-Establishing Credn Oue to Bad Credlt, Rep0's, Leins & Judgements 1327 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange, GA (706) m-2m Wake Up and Onve NllUli IlUlIBIf PARKWAY MITSUBISHI MITSUBISHI All of Georgia's 63 state parks and historic sites plan to offer winter discounts as part of Gov. Roy Barnes' "Georgia for Georgians" initiative. The 20% discounts on accommoda- tions, golf and historic site admission fees are intended to boost tourism within the state while offering much needed getaways to families affected by the economy and recent events. While most of the 20% dis- counts are valid weekdays only, beginning November 25 and lasting through March of next year, the five state lodge parks (Amicalola Falls, Red Top Mountain, George T. Bagby, Little Ocmulgee and Unicoi) will offer discounts on weekends as well. The golf specials will be valid October 17 through February 28. New, lower rates will be honored on existing reservations scheduled during the effec- tive dates but not for reser- vations before November 25 or after March 28. Discounts do not apply to parking fees. THE "GEORGIA FOR GEORGIANS" DISCOUNTS INCLUDE: cottages and Camping - 20% discount on campsites and fully equipped cottages on week nights (Sunday Thurlay) from November 25, 2001 - March 28, 2tXP_ Discount is subject to availability and cannot be used in combination with any other offers or dis- counts. A blackout period for cottages will apply from 12/21/01 through 12/31/01 (12/25/01 for the lodge parks); addilJonal blackouts may apply to specific parks or fa "ctlities and are subject to change. *Lodge Rooms - 20% dis- count on hotel-style lodge rooms from November 25, 2001 - March 28, 2002, including the romantic Lodge at SmithgaU Woods. Valid weekends and weekdays. Discount does not apply to established group rates, group facilities or the Reynolds Mansion. Discount is subject to availability and cannot be used in combination with any other offers or dis- counts. A blackout period will apply on 12/31/01; additional blackouts may apply to specif- ic parks or facilities and are subject to change. oGolf Courses - 20% dis- count off weekday (Monday - Friday) greens fees from October 17, 2001 - February 28, 2002. Professionally managed coJ.rses are available at George T. Bagby, Georgia Veterans, Hard Labor Creek lura Walker, Little Ocmulgee and Gordonia-Alammaha state parks. Discount is not valid on holidays and does not apply to established group rates. Discount is subject to avail- ability and cannot be used in combination with any other offers or discounts, including the senior rate. Some blackout Red Ribbon Week Begins Tie Georgia State Patrol will join law enforcement agencies around the country for the annu- al observance of Red Ribbon week The campaign beins Oct. 23 and continues through Wednesday, Oct. 31. Red Ribbon Week is designed to draw attention to the devastating effects of alcohol and drug abuse on individuals, families and communities. Public awareness campaigns are planned throughout the country. Georgia State Patrol cars wig be displa3_g the distinetwe red n'bbom during the week The national Red Ribbon Week campaign began in 1988 after the death of Drug Enforcement Agent Enrique Camarena who was tortured and killed in the line of duty while investigating a major drug car- tel periods may apply and are sub- ject to change. Historic Sites - 20o/o dis- count on adult admissions from November 25, 2001 - March 28, 2002. Sites include Dahlonega Gold Museum, New Echota Cherokee Capital, Kolomoki Indian Mounds and several locations. Discountissub- ject to availability and cannot be used in combination with any other offers or discounts. Some blackout periods may apply and are subject to change. To learn more about Georgia's state parks and his- toric sites, visit www.gas- tateparks.org. Reservations and a free color guide are avail- able by calling 1-800-864-7275 or 770-389-7275 during regular business hours. Cars, Trucks, Vans, Sport Utilities - New And Used- Hundreds of Makes & Models To Choose From! 24 HouRs A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK