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[JOf;ANSVIJk; H(YME NEWS -TI{URSI)z\\;Y, O('FOBER 26, 200{) PAGE 5 Don't Forget Ribbons Sheriff Donny Turner wants to remind everyone that Monday, October 23, 2000 is the start of Red Ribbon Week. Troup County deputies and local students will wear red ribbons this week to signify the continued fight against illegal drugs and to remember DEA Special Agent, Enrique Camarena, who was killed February 1985 in Mexico. "Our officers will also meet today with officials from other counties for the annual tying on of red ribbons at each coun- ty line," says Sheriff hrner. On Wednesday, October 25, 2000 the sheriff's office will be giving jail tours from 9AM until 3PM for anyone wishing to see how the sheriff's office operates. !iiiiiii i!iiiiiii iiiiiii!!iiiii!i:!iiiiiiiii TEENAGERS OF ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH hosted a Tacky Party on Thursday night for the Social Critters of the church. enjoyed many laughs at the outlandish outfits that were worn. A delicious mal was served. Games ere also enjoyed dur- evening. Pictured.(front row L-r): Elmer Williams, Joey Chapman, Donnie Williamson, Vonnie Hanson, Frances Robinson and Chapman. Second row (L-R): Scott Bonner, Dr. Joe Almond, Don Neese, Virginia Williamson, Eleanor Gay, Pam Williams, Doris Karen Gilbert, Mary Ann Neese and Wilma Billingsley. upport Hospice Fund Raiser r Editor: ' Season is almost here. b Volunteers of West Georgia Hospice g a fund raising project that help bring the holiday spirit to your family and friends. the eleventh year, Hospice Poinsettias for gifts or to help decorate your home for the holidays. Proceeds from Eleventh Annual Poinsettia Sale will provide nutritional supplements, medica- tions, and medical supplies to Hospice patients who need assistance. The cost for the red poinsettias are $10.00 each (6 1/2" pot). Free local delivery the week of November 27 - December 1, 2000 (Monday - Friday from 9AM until 4PM). So that we may better serve you, no orders will be accepted after Monday, November 20, 2000. For more information please call Joyce Wood or Kay Fryer at 706-845 3905. JOYCE WOOD Volunteer Coordinator Vaccine Coming in Ncvember first shipments of flu are expected in most of Georgia by the first week '," says Kathleen E. M.D., M.P.H., director of Georgia Department of Resources Division of Health. "Some health districts already all the doses they ordered to serve peo- risk." the beginning of all county public health departments should be able to offer the vaccine to people at highest risk of serious complica- tions from flu, mainly people age 65 and over and people with a chronic medical condition. Public Health will be worldng on the local level with nursing homes, hospitals and other groups to make sure that people at high- est risk and those who take care of them can get their shots start- ing in Novembe]: The areas that already have the vaccine are Fulton County and the multi county districts head- quartered in Athens, Dublin, Macon and Rome. In Georgia each public health district manages its own flu vac- cination program and places its own orders to the vaccine suppli- ers. One manufacturer has had dif- ficulty growing the vaccine this year, but expects to fill at lest part of each order by November 1. People wanting flu shots from Library Hours ChangeWith Time ttogansville Public Library hours change On Thursday, we open earlier at 10AM and the time changes. Beginning October 30, are here until 6PM. 'tom 1PM to 6PM - Monday, Tuesday, Saturday mornings, we are open from 9AM and Friday. until 12 noon. their county health departments should call to find out when the vaccine will be available in their area. "We want people who are not in the highest risk groups to know that they will be able to get their shots in time to be protected before the flu season gets under- way in Georgia," he asserted this week. y Players Will Present 'Sojourner' Callaway High School will present Sojourner, history play in one-act the life's work of poet, abolitionist, freedom fighter, and ex-slave Sojourner Truth, starring Liza Dansby. The play will be held at Hollis Hand Elementary School auditorium Monday, October 30, at 7 P.M. Adults $3.00, children under 12, $2.00; CHS staff free. HEAVY DUTY SCHOOL MODEL Sew & Serge Sewing Machine Special Heavy duty School Sewing Machines with METAL HOOKS, are built for years service. 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Saturday Oct. 28 10:00AM til 6:00PM o,t Available HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS ,s., Te Hocjaesvil}le Home Ne The Hoanvillc Humminbird Fe&ival Wish to thank the people of Hogansville for making the festival a success. HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY? GOOD CREDIT,, BAD CREDIT-, NO CREDIT ? !? CALL TODAY for a quick over the phone qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE Re-Elect D an Lee conservative leader with positive solutions. In only one term Dan has led the way: Requiring moratoriums against sewage polluters; He has worked tirelessly to make our river and lake the cleanest its been in years; Dan has required Summer school for those children who are suspendedj%m school or sent to alter- native school. Dan co-authored the law that requires the DNA sampling of all convicted felons, if a convicted felon breaks the law, our law enforce- ment community will have a DNA sample, a positive tool for crime fighting that does not affect the freedom of law abiding citizens. This is credibility you can't replace/ Paid For By DAN LEE, Our State Senator Vote November 7 th DAN LEE Our State Senator