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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 11, 2004 Middle Schoolers Honored The following students were honored at Callaway Middle School for the first nine weeks: Sixth Grade Prirwipa/'s List Cole Alldredge, Megan Allen, Natasha Barone, Navpreet Bassi, Adam Brown. Brenique Cameron, Daehan Cha, Melissa Coker, Jill Cook, Josh Cook, Christiane Curtis, Kyle Czamonycz, Rebekah Daniels, Caleb Drake, Tyler Duffey, Renor Grange, Adia Gray, Emily Hill, Savannah Home, 'Kyle Kirkland, Timmy Osborn, Lillie Senn, Dominique Smedley, Dawn Smith, Kaila Smith, A'lisha Thompson, Chasity Thompson, Jennifer Walburn and Rachel Williams. MB Honor Roll Summer Allen, Jana Arrington, Donte' Barker, Jaquan Bray, Anna Brewer, Naya Bridgett, Tyler Cardwell, Taylor Cardwell, Logan Costley. Haley Craw ford,Camille Cutwright, Colby Dremann, Molly Espy, Raven Evans, Bianca Ferguson, Destiney Ford, Jordan Freeman, David Freiberg, Payton Fretwell, Kaitlyn Gilbert, Shambreka Green, Kayla Hogan, Hanna Holland, Jessica Hurston, Toi Hutchinson, Kendall Hyatt, Cody King, Mat Mathews, John McKeehan, Brenda Mosqueda, Park Neese, Taylor Nelson, Shea Noles, Lacey Noles, Corshaud Potts, Eli Reeves, Ebony Reid, Markeisha Robinson, Kxistie Rosser, Haley Sellers, Caleb Shelnutt, Sunny Singh, Brianna Smith, Scott Smith, Kayla Stelt, Golden Sutton, Amber Swift, Kiley Thompson, Zan Thompson, Markriyianni Towns, Justin Webb, Zach Whitfield, Jeffery Williams, and Malcolm Winn. Seventh Grade Principal's List Roshanda Abrams, Tyler Arrington, Alisha Bales, Chaz Bowles, Jamal Bruce, Michelle Cannon, Jessica Craven, Matt Davis, Chris Eason, Jeremy Ham, Josh Ham, Caroline Harbin, Jennifer Johnson, Kallie Langley, Zach Maxwell, John Mosley, Meagen Reason, Titus Smith, Tanner Thompson, and Kara Williams. A/B Honor Roll Nicole Alfred, Marquez Amey, Tiara Atchinson, Randy Bailey, Will Bishop, Chase Bowles, Alyssa Brazil, Ebony Bruce, Dustin Caldwell, Thomas Caraway, Kadarius Cart, Carmen Cox, Destiney Crane, Daniel Crowe, Niya Dean, David Duke, Brandon Fanning, Johnathan Flournoy, Tara Gates, Shakeria Glanton, Amanda Goolsby, Calli Gray, Hannah Hale, Alex Hhrdaway, Lexxi Hart, Erin Hughes, Alex Jones, Jacob Knopp, Lauren Ledbetter, Amanda Lin, Steven Maddox, Courtney Maxwell, Abriel McFarland, Samantha McGhee, Zach Mclntyre, Daniel Meadows, Laticia Mitchem, Alan Ortega, Brandi Perry, Paul Prescott, Brent Purgason, Uriel 12 Jacksou Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 25143810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org HARWFJ , BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 N Social Security & S.S.I. N Ramirez, Kiera Rhodes, Caleb Shaw, Morgan Sikes, Ashley Singleton, Sammie Jo Stefenelli, Sally Thomas, lesha Thrash, Michelle Townsend, Conner Vaught, Kylie Vermeer, Damon Watford, Caleb Whisnant, Kyle Williams, and Zylesha Woodyard. Eighth Grade Principal's List Chelsea Brown, Symone Brown, Matthew Brown, Nicole Burns, Keith Coker, Lonnie Coker, Libby Davis, Heidi Everhart, Jon Jackson, Sabrina Jones, Mill Kader, Laquarius Lesle~; Kyle Mimbs, Darah Patterson, Casey Redd, Heather Richardson, denna Sargent, Megan Schweers, Tiffanie Scott, Leanna Sellers, Matthew Sherman, Jessica Sticher, D.J. Thomas, dody Thomas, Troy Tidwell, and B~ana Weaver. A/B Honor Roll Morgan Alise, Courtney Andrews, Ashley Arnold, Lindsay Bass, Stephen Boatman, Sean Boswell, Britt Bray, Brad Buck, Courtney Caldwell, Shequetta CaldwelI, Heather Carr, Hillary Caswell, Taylor Clay, Chella Crowder, Jessica Davis, Gabby Duncan, Brittany Elder Brittany Grady, Ashley Harris, Haley HeweR, Dana Holliday, Latiya Hopson, Even Johnson, Quirm Jones, Mike Keith, David King, Danna Leach Shay Leonard, Megan Mathis, Shelby McCann, Emily Melton, Shae Moreland, Chris Pike, Josh Porter, Destiney Pressley, Tyler Pritchett, Zach Rahn, Christen Reagor, Kathy Reich, Tacorra Servant, Megan Seymour, Casey Skipper, Keandrea Smith, Sarah Smith, Tiffany Smith, Warren Smith, Kim Stephens, Tiffany Storay, Glen Strickland, Deuntae Terry, Tersheor Tigner, Kiarmie Tisdel, Toni Todd, Alex Watford, Sydney Weaver, Jordan Whaley, Miata Whiffield,,:and Tyler Yeager. Hands that embrace family It isn't always easy being a child these days. Especially if you're a chiM without a farnily. You can help give these kids the chance in life that the, "have been denied. Open you heart and your home to a child in need today ... be a.foster parent. Help fidfill the KidsPeace mission: To give hope, help and healing to children facing crisis. Foster Care and 1 ~ Family Services ~J "~ KidsPeace National Centers" 706-565-9336 www.fostercare.com The hand that heals- Financial assistance and 24-hour support services available. Hogansvllle Elementary School This Saturday, November 13, 2004 10:00 until 3:00 Willi Johnny Burke "Always willing" "never complaining" two accolades used describe Johnny his peers at the Warm Springs Rehabilitation. They are also two of [ many ly named Employee of the Month. MAN OF MANY TALENTS- Johnny Burke is responsi- ble for most of the event setup and breakdown that takes place at the Institute. Education Department 1999, Burke is res for most of the event and breakdown that place at the Institute ending cycle that involves departments and facility on a daily basis. It's the second Burke, who received Heart Award at a rece in his honor Oct. 27, named RWSIR Employeed the Month. Barbecue Will Help Area A barbecue fund raiser will be held this weekend, Nov. 13 and 14, in the parking lot of L&G Auction on the south end of Luthersville for the Meriwether Volunteer Fire Department, Station 5. Just look for the fire truck across from the Pit Stop on Highway 27. A plate of barbecue will be sold for $5. On Sunday, Nov. 14, Kicks 101.5 paying a visit. The band Flash Back playing live music from 11 a.m. until 5 p.~ Come join the fun and firefighters. West Georgia Baptists Awaiting State The General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia will hold a state con- vention from Nov. 15 -18 in Columbus. Events throughout the week will be held in various locations around Columbus. Hosting for the conven- tion are Fourth District Convention and the Fourth District President, Rev. HomerMitchell, and headquartered at For further please call 324-2055 or Smith Stanback at 689-3159" Glisson- Gresham Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Gresham :of Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Glisson of Thomaston announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Piper Tori Glisson, to John Cory Rozell of Shiloh. Cory is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. "Bob" Barry of Waverly Hall and Mr. And Mrs. Ashley William "Butch" Rozell of Shiloh. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of L:R. "Nookie" Meadows and the late Carolyn Sibley Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glisson all of Manchester. Miss Glisson ia a 1998 graduate of Manchester High School. She attended Berry College and earned her BS degree in Animal and Dairy Science from Auburn University in 2002. Miss Glisson is currently in her third year at the College of Veterinary Medicine. She will receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in May 2006. The groom-elect is the grandson of Barbara Durham and the late Joe S. Durham and Mildred Rozell and the late Ashley Gilmore "Hoot" Rozell, all of Shiloh. Mr. Rozell is a 1997 graduate of Harris County High School and graduated from West Georgia Technical Institute in 2000. Mr. Rozell is currently associated with Rozell Construction in Shiloh. Piper Tori Giisson and John Co,'y Rozell A family wedding is planned December at the First United Church in Manchester. Mucha- Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mucha of Villa Rica announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Jo, to Dustin Michael Hubbard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hubbard of Hogansville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Marks of Grundy, VA and Helen Davila and the late Rudolph Mucha of Monogahela, PA. Courtney is a 1997 graduate of Douglas County High School and a 2001 graduate of Berry College. She is currently working on her master's degree at the State University of West Georgia. She is also a second grade. teacher at Carrollton Elementary School. The future groom is the grandson of Annie Mae and the late Jack Williamson of Hogansville and Jane and the late Paul "Pee-Wee" Hubbard of Hogansville. Dusty is a 1994 graduate of Hogansville High School and a 1999 graduate of the State University of West Georgia. He received his master's degree from LaGrange College in 2001. Dusty is a special education teacher and coach at Villa Courtney Jo Mucha and Dustin Michael Hubbard Rica High School. at First United MethodiSt Their wedding is planned Church in Douglasville at 4 for Nov. 20. It will take place p.m.