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I mm (L> I ( ) I IIII IIII ) TO @jll TI4[ TAX IE,16JII I Io $, Om I i i I i I i i i I i I i ii i I i I i i I i i i i i ii I I I I i I ii i u iii I i I I I ii u I I I I I i I,, i I I I I I i I I I i !:i: ii , ANYONE? - (L-R) Briannah Costner, Austin Garrett and Joshua Kimbrell game of marbles during Heritiage Days held at Hogansville Elementary School for Supporting Festival Another Hummingbird is over and it was a SUCC.ess. But it wouldn't have been without the wonderful busi- organizations in and Troup First of all, the festival not have been even if the members of . festival committee had- worked so long and hard. are: David Barnes, and Roger Brown, Davis, Becky Bobby Joe Glenda Gordon, John Kathy Haskett, Hines, Jeb and Howington, Jack Wanda and Bill Clair Rahn, Linda Stewart and Thrower. The following businesses and organizations provided goods and services and the money necessary to put on the festival. Again, it would not have been possible with- out them: American Legion, Askew/Lasater. Realty, Clemens & Co. Used Books; Community Bank and Trust, Jean Crocker, First Franklin Financial, Flag Bank, Dr. Greg E. Freeman, DDS, The Grand Hotel, Hogansville Cleaners, Hogansville Golf Club, Hogansville Housing Authority, Hogansville Pharmacy, Hogansville Pilot Club, Hutchinson-Traylor Insurance, Key West Inn, Little Joe's Body Shop, Spencer Mulkey, Claude A. McKibben & Sons Funeral Home, Mack Reynolds, Attorney, Victoria Belle Special Events Facility, Holland Ware and William & Mary's Antiques & Collectibles. Special thanks to Mr. David Aldrich and his depart- ment heads who were so will- ingto provide support for the festival. Thanks also to the Hogansville City Council for judging the booth competi- fiOrL And last, but certainly not least, a heartfelt thanks to all of the volunteers, students and adults who served so devotedly during the festival itself. Once again, we proved that much can be accom- plished when people band together for the common good. BILL STANKIEWICZ Festival Clmimmn ;PA PHIU.I Deacon of the Week: Joe Travis. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, Pauline Powers, -Travis Chaffin Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Freda Kelley, M. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Wendy Irvin, . Wayne Yarbrough, David Edward Rowe, Dr. Oscar Pope, Jonathan Tenney, Janelle Yarbrough, Susan Fleming, Elizabeth Morgan, Lucile Wilson, Mary Katbryn Gillespie, Cindy McNally, Iris Burgess, Ray Lankford and Grace Brown. And be much in prayer for the Georgia Baptist Convention 181st Annual Session as they will be meeting November 11-12 at the Cobb Galleria in Marietta. The 173rd Annual Fall Associational Meeting of the Western Baptist Association was held in Newnan at Royal Baptist Church October 22nd with messengers from our church attending: Rev. Haroldand Belle Willis, Huell and Marguerite Stephens and Patti Phillips. Inspirational messages and songs were heard, as well as having the business sessions. The refreshments for the Sunday School Fellowship October 27 were provided by Jean Miller. We were happy to have many visitors with us Sunday. Worship With The Word: Beth Maxwell reading Mark 14:2-9 on October 27. The special music Sunday morning was a solo by Joycie Brown, "I Want to Stroll Over Heaven with You." Rev. Harold Willis' ser- mon Sunday morning was "the Devotion of Love" with the text John 21: 15-19. This continues his stewardship series. to Host Habitat for Humanity Workers Sunday night, lVovember 3rd at 6.0 there will be workers from Habitat Humanity at Hogansville First discussing the Jimmy Project. The Trpup-Chambers County for Humanity Jimmy Carter will be June 6-13, 2003. The Jimmy Carter Work Project began in March of 1984 when Carter worked.on a Habitat Am_cu For nearly twenty years, former President Carter has led this event annu- ally that has his name. The JC'fP is an internationally rec- ognized event of Habitat for Humanity International (HFI). Former President Carter and his wife, Rosalyn join other Habitat volunteers in building homes and help make aware that affordable houses are much needed. Each year, JCWP is held in a differ- ent place. In 2003, the locations will be LaGrange, Valdosta and Anniston, Alabama. Locally in LaGrange during that wek 32 homes are to be built by nation- al and local volunteers. They will be joined by partner families during this time. The work begins in LaGrange Saturday, June 7, 2003 and concludes Friday, June 13. Persons are needed in the following areas: as a volunteer, financial support- er or prayer partner. If you want more information or an application, please contact Habitat for Humanity, 308 South Greenvood SWeet, LaGrange, GA 30240, (706) g37-0702. Interested persons are urged to be present November 3 at 6 p.m. to hear workers that will be at Hogansville First Baptist urch. I Sunday, November 3rd in the I I a.m. service, we will have a Firemen Appreciation service for the Troup County Firemen that work in the Hogansville, Hillcrest and Mountville fire stations. They and heir fames will be our guests in the service and for a covered dish lunch immediately following in the church fellowship hall. That evening, we begin having church at 6 p.m. and contin- ue during standard time that ends in April, 2003. Workers from Habitat for Humanity will come speak that night abont the Jimmy Carter Work Project that will be June 6- 13, 2003. The World Day of Prayer will be at Rockridge Baptist Assembly in Franklin Monday, November 4th at 10:30 a.m. is "God's Call to Reconciliation from the People of the Southern Cross." Our annual Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer speaker will be Dr. Ed Floyd and our focus will be on the People of the Southern Cross. A salad lunch follows. 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