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PAGE 10 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - BIG NEWS Hogansville Elementarystu- dents celebrat- ing the addition of 65newbooks at Hogansville Public Library are Quita Bussie, Keith Coker, Lonnie Coker, Jazman Glanton, C.J. Jackson, Toccoa Parker, Zachary Rahn, and Troy Tidwell. The top readers in Hogansville Elementary School's fifth grade vis- ited Hogansville Public Library on "Ihbsday, October 23, to celebrate the addition of 65 new books purchased with funds donated by the Community of Hogansville and a "Books for Children" grant from The Libri Foundation of Eugene, Oregon. These students, Quita Bussie, Keith Coker, Lonnie Coker, Jazman Glanton, C.J. Jackson, Toccoa Parker, Zachary Rahn, and Troy TidweU, eagerly dived into the new books and wanted to spend the rest of the afternoon reading. I read one of the new books to the group. Westlandia by Paul Fleischman, is Pray for our Troops Library Adds 65 New Books FLO'S very much and they found many of Hogansville Public Library thanks e, HOME DECOR the community of Hogansville, who raised $350. and The Libri Foundation, who matched our contribution 240 1 totaling $700. for their support in mak- ing it possible for us to add these books to our collection. The total cost of $1050, which is almost one-half of our funds budgeted yearly for children's books, can now be spent on addition- al books to update our collection. Thanks to even'one who donated and to the generosity of The Libri Foundation. Hogansville Library hours changed when the time changed from Daylight Sa4ngs to Eastern Standard Monday-Saturday 10 am. to 6 pJn. 4254 Roosevelt Hw). (706) 655-2446 (770) 2S3-7256 New S/nnnent Sh'ghdy Irdar Fiddatnt Blankets S l 4-S 21 Twin, Full, Queen & King the new books they wanted to read. We thank Hogansville Elementary School's staff and the proud parents of these children for arranging for them to attend this event. Included in these new books are Caldecott and Newbery award win- ners, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and biography. Hogansville Elementary School's Accelerated Reader List has 38 of these books on it and eight more are on accelerated reader lists of other local schools. In anticipation of next year's Vacation Reading Program theme of "world wide reading at your library," we are looking at stories with Goq Cwrtificaws Available I.AYAWAYS AVAILABLE about Wesley's garden that produces an international focus and have added Time. As of October 29, we are open a crop of huge, strange plants which fourteen books of folktales from cup Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and provide him with clothing, shelter, tures all around the world. Also, we Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., food, and drink, thus helping him cre- continue to expand our collection of from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on __ate his own civilization and changing foreign language books, with two, Thursday, and from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  ! his life. The students enjoyed this boo Spanish/English picture books, on Saturday. Various Events Coming at "l00oup Schools Hillcrest Elementary School will have a FaU Festival from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Scho,,ol is having a "Celebrating The  W; r Hile! have a PTO general meeting for the sec- November& Best Open House, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. ond and third grade Music -American Education Week is November ll. Program/Book Fair at 6:30 p.m., November ll-17. -HollisHandElementarySchoolwill November 8. have a PTO general meeting/Art & 1 West Point Elementary School will .Berta Weathersbee Elementary . Writer's Fair at 7:00 p.m. November 19 Senior Center Planning ALL Thanksgiving Dinner ,,, The GrantviUe Senior Center will host its annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Wednesday, November 21 begin- ning at 11 a.m. The Seniors will serve turkey, dressing, and all the tra- ditional trimmings in the Senior Center's community room in the City Hall Complex. Meals will also be delivered to the home-bound. The dinner is free to those over 60 and membership at the Center is not required. Good or Bad Credit i:1 From 6.9* to 30 years. Grnville Mort vgage 109 sq. "Ga Residential Mortgage Licen" If you, or someone you know, over the age of 60 would like a hot Thanksgiving meal delivered, call the Grantville Senior Center at 770-583-2706. Turnout Good at Tourney The Hogansville golf Club's annual Membership Tournament and Fish Fry was held October 13th with 42 golfers participating. Championship Flight: Score Club champion, Dwight Murrell -71 2nd place, Johnny Gaddy -77 3rd place, Jonothan Pike -78 First Flight: Chris Murrell, first place -80 Chance Gaddy, second place -81 Chris Haynie, third place -86 Second Flight: Mike Smith, first place -83 David Myers, second place  -85 Perk Hammett, third place -86 Third Flight: Jack Ramsey, first place -92 Bob Irvin, second place -92 Harlice Kimbrell, third place -94 Closest to pin on number 9, Larry Pike; longest drive on number 4, Jonothafl Pike; drawing for six months free cart ride, B.J. Thompson. The club champion also receives cart fee for six months. We x e got plans-'mt_ go the distance. We have 4x4 Trucks from '88 models to 2001! OVERLOADED! MUST SELL! 4x4'$ 00ta, ting00o00, $2,800 Chews. Jeeps. Fords. Dodges Excabs Reg cab. Broncos. Blazers 706-322-8881. EXT. 5838 Marter Fap., Columbus, GA $39 LOCAL PLAN Unlimited Anytime Minutes No Contract No Deposit No Credit Check ...... 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