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November 11, 2004

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PAGE 5-A HOGANSVILI~ Holm NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 2004 ]Police Chief Attends Training Class Grantx ille Police Chief J. Enforcement Agencies at the law for all newly appointed | Ramos was among 39 other Georgia Association of heads of law enforcement | law enforcement administra- Chiefs of Police agencies. Chief Ramos, who | tors that attended and com- Headquarters Building in ~"1~ pleted the Chief Executive Duluth from Oct. 18 through l Training class for ne~ly Oct. 27. I[~:l~appointed Chiefs of Police The (60) sixty-hour ~|~d heads of Law course is required by State . was appointed to his position on May 25, will also be required to attend (20) twen- ty-hours of executive level training each year. TOGETHER AGAIN- On October 16, the Hogansville High School's (HHS) Classes of '79 and '84 held a joint reunion and benefit at the banquet room of Days Inn Hotel in LaGrange. Celebrating their respective 25th and 20th class reunion, this semi-formal affair included dinner, program speakers, music, dance, and many reuniting of old friends. While many host class members were present, participants included alumni from vari- ous HHS classes between 1971 and 1990. Over one hundred people were present, who traveled from all across Georgia and several states. Among the speakers, lifetime friends, Barry Lakes and Willie Glenn, spoke on behalf of the Class of '79 by reminisc- ing about their childhood and high school antics. Coincidentally, both are graduates of Clark Atlanta University n Atlanta and reside in Woodstock with heir wives and kids. Use designated drivers this holiday season... Turkey Shoot Saturday November 20 10:00 A.M. e Club Springfield Baptist to Observe 129 Anniversary This Sunday Bradley's Anti( ues & More Holiday Christmas Open House tl :,>~, I }t{ } Springfield Baptist Church of Hogansville ~ll celebrate 129 years on Sunday, Nov. 14 at 4 p.m. Special guests wig be Pastor Willie Koo~ce and the Greater Fellowship Baptist Church of Cartersville. Pastor Joseph A. McGuire and the entire church family invite everyone to come and worship on this joyous and spe- cial occasion. Boy Scouts Ready for Groundbreaking The Chattahoochee Council, Boy Scouts of America is pleased to announce the groundbreaking ceremonies for Fort Bradshaw. Festivities will begin at 3 p.m., Sunday, November 14, at Camp.~,~.~m~ Jr. (CamPLtanpkin). Shoot will be held at the American kegion Golf Club Range Hwy, 29N Hogansville New Shotgun Shoot Off at end of shoot. HUGHSTON Orthopedic Hospital SM A:ND 7 ~T M~ O~ OF ~ PAI'IENTS, We're stronger than ever, we're focusiP.g on the futur,/a~ ' " ; . we re ~r~ a small chan~e. We're, We ve chang :~ our name |~cause, to always