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PAGE 6 - HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - ()CTObEi 28, 1999 gansville Happenings All the events, fun and entertainment available in the HogansviUe area. r/g ets that will provide some lucky Road. If you want to attend, look ed at 552 Hammett Road in person with a free for the signs on Highway 27 LaGrange will present its annu- D/nner Thanksgiving dinner with North of Franklin. al program called "Judgment St. Marks Community turkey andallthefixingsthis The HouseofHorrorswill Journey" this week beginning Annual Christmas Service Center is selling tick- Thanksgiving Day. officially open on October 22 Thursday night, October 21 and Come Join Usl We offer: New & Used Homes for sale Homes for rent Newly developed lots for rent The service center will hold a fish fry and sandwich sale on November 5 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. located on Highway 100. Tickets, for the free Thanksgiving dinner are now being sold for a price of $1. House of Horrors A House of Horrors is now open in Heard County located in Centralhatchee on Favor We pride ourselves in being a family oriented community. We are located in the quiet, small town of Hogansville and are just one mile from 1-85. 706637413O Hard Working 8 Years Experience Jack cares for his town and wants to help see Hogansville thru the next 4 years. Jack wants to help manage the upcoming growth of Hogansville. Jack is in favor of controlled economic growth. Re-Elect Jack L. Dollar Hogansville City Council Post #5 November 2 with the following schedule: October 23-23 from 7:30 p.m. until 12 p.m. October 28 from 7:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. October 29-30 from 7:30 p.m. until 12 p.m. A children' Halloween Carnival will be held October 29-30 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. each evening with games, bal- loons, candy, hayrides and a cos- tume contest for the kids on October 30 at 8 p.m. For more information call, (706) 675-6186. The House of Horrors is sponsored by SAFE KIDS in Heard County. "The Music Goes Round" Set The music goes round and comes out here concert with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra will be held Saturday, November 6 at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church located on the Square in LaGrange. Tickets are availableat the door and at Hill Street House and Gallery on the Square. The cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children. For more information call, (706) 882-0662. "Judgement Journey" Set Faith Baptist Church loat- Your Vote & Support Will Be Apppreciatedl We have plenty to put in thi .. You are cordially invited to our Christmas Arts and Crafts Show at Riverplace Retirement Residence. November 13, 1999 DATE: Saturday, TIME: 9AM-4PM Salad Lunch $5 each For Reservations Call 706-324-0100 runs Friday and Saturday night. It will also be presented next week beginning on Wednesday night through Saturday night. The program which more than 6,000 viewed last year will began each night at dark. Committee person, Hazel Crowe said that they expect 10,000 viewers this year. For more information call, (706)884-3100 or (706) 845-7238. Holiday Fantasy House 'Beginning November 1 and running through December 25, a Holiday Fantasy house will be open to the public at 210 E. Main Street in downtown HogansviUe. Unique festive displays will include lighted Christmas Villages, Snowbabies and Santas which will delight everyone young and old. A gingerbread house contest will also be featured. All admission proceeds will be donated to local charities. If you have a special Christmas collection you would like to display in the Holiday Fantasy House and, at the same time, be able to help people in need during the Holiday Season, contact Mary Stewart at 6375912 or Cindy Jackson at 637-4119. BlueGrass Music At Hoofers BhieGrass musie comes to Hoofers on the Hogansville Road in LaGrange on Friday and Saturday, November 5 and 6, Goldwing, Lonesome River, A Very Trace, Seldom Scene, Georgia Board, Steel Faith and other groups will per- call (706) 885-9300 or form. For more in information 844-6737. Sponsor: Newnan-Coweta Art Association, Inc. Date: Saturday, November 6th and Sunday November 17 Time: Saturday - 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday - 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. What: All media is fine arts will be represented... Oil paint- ings, watercolors, acrylics, mixed media, etc., a variety of crafts will be for sale also and there will be a water color demonstration throughout the day. Who: Exhibitors will be members of the NCAA and adult members of the art classes from the Newnan recreation depart- ment. As an additional those participating. come to the art house for a al treat and opportunity in pleasant atmosphere. Directions: From I85 Exit 9 (Newnan) Highway 34 (Bullsboro then right at the second light, Hwy 34 Bypass Industrial Blvd). After the ond traffic light, "Hospital" sign. Turn (Hospital Road) and 1oo "Art Sale" sign on y.gur left,] past the hospital. For further please call Silvia Feena 770-487-1005. Change Your Clock, Change Your Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John W. Oxendine is urging Georgians to change the batteries in their smoke alarms at the same time they change their clocks to daylight saving time on October 31. Oxendine says the annual change back to standard time in the fall is a good time to make sure your smoke alarm is functioning properly. "One-third of Georgia's fire fatalities last year involved homes t-ha didn't- have smoke alarms, or where the alarms didn't function," Oxendine said. tery every year and dust from the drive is an e way to ensure continued l tection of your family your property." "And while about fire safety, plan rehearse an escape route family can use in the a fire." Daylight saving begins Sunday, October 2 a.m., when clocks ar back one hour. Happy "If you've got a smoke alarm, make sure it's in work- ing order. Changing the bat-, ...... i!i o omasron ? 50 Th Anniversary Our Largest SALE EVER! , November 5-6-7 '99 MULTI-SECTION MODEL HOMES starting Mo. '99 16x80 VIHYL/SHINOILE ..g @ $1 1 4 ,o. 2000 Adrian 3 Bdrs, 2 Bath, 2000 Chandelier in 3 or 4 Bdrs. Tape & Textured Sheetrock Payment start at less than $.3.00 walls. Uncompromising quali- per month. Block rounoadon wall, decks and central AIC ty. Must see_ ....... included. Total Liquidation of all 99 Models! Payments are with 10% down with approved credit. Your payments may be lower or higher according to your credit. Land & home financing available. We finance wells & septic tanks CA. 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