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October 31, 2002

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PAGE 10-A Parade Seeking Veterans The Manchester "Veterans Parade committee would like to give a special invitation to all veterans to participate in Manchester's 2nd annual Veterans' Parade and Celebration. last year's events got a good response and we hope this year will be even better! We encourage all veterans to come and take part. The majority of last year's participants were male. Our area is rich with peo- ple who have given of them- selves to defend or country. We would like to extend our invitation to all branch- es of the military, all races, both male and female to come and take part in this celebra- tion. The time has come for you to receive the recogni- tion you deserve. For more information, call Carla Stephens at 846- 2547. Guidebook Clarifies Records A collaborative effort between law enforcement and the news media has yield- ed a guidebook to open records for peace officers in Georgia. The 38 page guide, the first of its kind in the state, details which records by law are subject to disclosure and which ones are exempt due to privacy-related issues. The idea for the booklet was conceived in February of this year, and is the result of hours of discussion and research among representa- tives from law enforcement s and news organizations. The end product is called Georgia Law Enforcement and the Open Records Act: A Law Enforcement Officer's Guide to Open Records in Georgia. Gary Theisen, assis- tant deputy director with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and Hollie Manheimer, executive direc- tor of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation, prepared the booklet. "It is our hope that this guide simplifies the Open Records Act for Georgia's law enforcement communi- ty and enhances the servic- es that agencies provide to the public," said GBI Acting Director Vernon Keenan, who, along with Tom Bennett of the Atlanta Journal- Constitution, launched the project. The guidebook is being distributed to all law enforce- ment agencies and news organizations throughout Georgia. Agencies that par- tieipated in the project are the Georgia Association Of Chiefs of Police, the Georgia Department of Law, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the Georgia First Amendment Foundation, the Georgia Press Association, the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, the Georgia Department of Public Saf ety, the Georgia Sheriffs' Association, and the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia. HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAYt OCT. 31 2002 RAISING THE CASH- The chili/hot dog dinner was a great cess for FDR's Little White House fund-raising efforts. $1,500.00 was raised for the new museum. Special thanks to the Greenville and Manchester Piggly Wiggly stores, of Manchester, Ingles of Woodbury, and GIover Columbus who supplied the hot dogs, chips, drinks and plies. The Warm Springs Area Tourism Association made and Diane Crane of Shiloh made cookies with all proceeds to the mtseum fund. Chili was provided by Chades Dauphir White Hduse employee, who spearheaded the drive, Betty Little White House employee, and Diane Crane. Crackers chili were provided by the Bulloch House. A local donor who to remain anonymous purchased 100 tickets, which given to the sick, shut-ins, and to the needy. Participants left to right above are Little White House Emily Maddox and Nancy Simko of the Little White House williams of Warm Springs, local merchant Phil Drummond, Dauphin, Sabra McCullar, Director of the Warm Springs Center and her assistant Wanda Darsey. The next effort will be the first-ever night tour of the Little White Saturday, November 16 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Plan to come. A, THIS IS A DEAL! DUAL RECLINING SOFA, with stationary companion Ioveseat and matching rocker recline/, all in leather everywhere you touch. All tlwee pieces only $1798 No Interest 'til *Option revolving contract. 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 7-/0-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE www. ki nders-col, com 576-6717 J der's FURNITURE SHOWROOMS Call 1.800.266.1 285 for pro approved credit MON.-FRI. 10AM-8PM, SAT. 10AM-7PM, SUN. 1-6PM