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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 13, 2003 Turkey Shoot Nov. 22 The Hogansville Optimist Club is holding a Turkey, Ham and Bacon Shoot on Nov. 22 behind the American Legion building from 10 a.m. until... A rain date will be announced at a later date if necessary. A shoot-off for a gun will be held at the end of the shoot. Background check required for the winner. Caswell Completes Training Jeanie M. Caswell has graduated from the Army ROTC Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, KY. The four-week course is a world class leadership devel- opment experience that qualifies and motivates ROTC cadets for enrollment in the Senior ROTC Advanced Course at their host college campuses. Caswel} is a student at Kennesaw State University. She is the daughter of Nancy and Gerald Caswell of Hogansville. The cadet is a 2000 graduate of Northgate High School in Newnan. Veterans' Day Crowd Continued From Page 1A "By honoring (those vet- erans in the crowd) we set an example for all those who fol- low, of what it takes to pre- serve liberty." Of World War II veterans, he said: "Their actions clear- ly defined what it takes for a great nation to stand up for freedom and conquer tyrants. "Their teamwork, opti- mism, courage and sacrifice on all fronts, home and abroad, does honor to them and (to) all Americans. "Thank you from all of us who were nurtured in the lux- ury of the freedoms we fought for. We cannot say thank you enough. You made the world, this country and Hogansville better places to live." , Of the young men and women serving in Iraq today, he said: "Their example in dis- cipline, decency and bravery shouts to the world the good- ness and greatness of American hearts. "They make us,proud." "May future generations never know the horrors of war, but if they do, may they answer with the same devo- tion to duty and courage as their fathers and grandfa- thers." "But we as veterans also have a list of things to be thankful for," he told the crowd. "Maybe it's appropri- ate that we remember them now, in November, this month of thank you's." First, he said, "Is this great country. We are always amazed and sometimes bemused by its riches and its excesses, but we always love it and are proud to have had a hand in maintaining the freedoms that make it so great. "And we can be thankful for the opportunities we had in the military to learn and to grow, both pleasant and unpleasant. All the sad, goofy, horrible, wonderful messes we lived through. We can be thankful for surviving and learning. "And most of all, above all, we can be thankful for the people we knew in the mili- tary. Our friends, our bud- dies. They guys that would do anything for us. "Who were at once heroes and the not so heroic. We cared so much about each other that we keep coming back, time after time and again, to do our duty. 'We remember them, liv- ing and dead and are thank- ful." He concluded with the words that sometimes don't,,. sound so meaningful but did on this Veterans Day: "God Bless America." VAN'S HARDWARE Farm Supply 61 Industrial Rd., Hogansville (706) 637-6263 RING IN THE HOLIDAYS! Savings throughout the store/ Sale starts Saturday, November 15 through Saturday, November 22. Ch-ristian Book Store Has Moved Into Their New Location 1226 Greenville Rd., LaGrange (Old Troup EMC Building) Specials in all Departments.  Bibles Gifts Cards :Church Supplies Bulletins Large Selection of Pictures i"iii00,00706-882-6874 Ron Curtis It'S A Buyers' Market! Over 100 properties are for sale in the Hogansville area. To view one or more of these properties call one of our friendly Agents today! Emmett Askew Joe Lee Doug Spradlin Sandra Stephens Member of LaG rantae and G eo rigl I;El Multl-Llt By Cllnt Claybrook PARK PROGRESSING - Alberto Chame, right, and Oscar Marcoco were among the workers building a walking trail at the park on Johnson Street that is being built by the Hogansville Pilot Club. FAMILY BONDS - There were plenty of memories and good times to share when four genera- tions of an area fam- ily gathered recent- ly. Fred Goolsby is seen here holding his great-grandson Tyler Ritchie, with his daughter Marilyn Scarbrough of Orange Park, FL, and his grand- daughter Kim Ritchie of Tallahassee, FL. TOGETHER AGAIN- Sandra "Sandy" ISII- ed her mother, Mrs. Clyde Carter and fam- ily after 22 years, and her sister, Carol Crawford Lopez, after 33 years last week. It was a happy family reunion for all. Fund " Launched For HCC In attempt to massive budget cuts in Alabama and Georgia, Historic Commission (HCC) launched a major membe: shiI members before the end this year. If successful Commission will expanded its base to 500 individual organizations, business( and government agencies. The HCC's 28 memb( board of directors will making contacts throu the 18 county region that serves during this a sive campaign. In two or three years Commission hopes to more than 1000 who support its herita tourism program of work. The only provided $40,574 to HCC for the FY04 bud year which was a of $121,720 from the ous year. At the same time Georgia Department Industry, Trade and has frozen $81,000 ated to the HCC by Georgia General Assemb.l! for FY04. cuts decrease in the priations. The Commission's budget was $357,535. The HCC's committee gency session in September, suspended eliminated a number of programs and projects in attempt to salvage Commissions' future. Work on two was suspended, grants were cut in half, historical marker was halted, no monies budgeted [or brochure dtstribt ended and other measures were im ed. The ment campaign will go in glove with another tive to encourage als, foundations and nesses to donate to a Friends of the Wi PI ff G Chattahoochee W00verines nSoccer ayo ame Fund set up under Community Foundation The West Georgia Wolverines shut out Wolverines and wished them well in the the Chattahoochee Valley. the North Fulton Mustangs in a play off game Championship. The HCC needs to to decide who would represent the western The Wolverines also complimented the $75,000 to $100,000 in region in the Indoor Wheelchair Soccer State Mustangs for their hard play. "They put up sector funding in the Championship. a good fight, but this was our game today, year to remain a The Championship will be held in Augusta said Wolverine Coach Richard McIntyre. "I organization. this Saturday, Nov. 15 at Cross Creek High hope we can carry this same spirit into the Efforts will continue School at 3 p.m. championship next Saturday. generate public The Wolverines were short-handed with three players sidelined. With the minimum ix players and no substitutions, the Wolverines were all needed for the full six periods of play. Both teams began their game by concentrating on defense. Neither team was able to score in the first period. In the second period Wolverine Captain Tyler Thompson got his team on the board with a point. Kyle Wriston added two more for a 3-0 lead. Thompson came back with another pint in the third period to end the half with a 4-0 lead. In the forth period Kelly Clark scored to put the Wolverines up by five. The final point came from Wriston who powered in the sixth point for the Wolverines. The final period settled into the defen- sive stand-off that had begun the game. The Mustangs congratulated the The team was really working together. Jordan Butler, Doug Johnston and Josh Harvey built a wall that the Mustangs could not get through. It's great to watch them in action." Anyone needing directions to the cham- pionship game can call Coach McIntyre at 655-3969. The Wolverines will be playing in the Junior Nationals Indoor Wheelchair Soccer Championship in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA in mid-January. The cost of air travel, lodging, meals and ground transportation has been estimated at $600 per athlete. "If you or your business would like to sponsor an athlete, please con- tact me or Coach McIntyre at Mountain View Elementary School;" said Assistant Coach Pam Ward. "We welcome donations of any amount." The school number is 655-3969. through the States Alabama and Georgia. addition the HCC will out grants " cific program elements. Special gifts can be to the Foundation of Chattahoochee Valley, Box 1620, Columbus, 31902-1620 and for the Friends of the Fund or membership tions can be mailed to HCC at P.O. Box 33, AL 36072-0033. Donations to the Friends of the Chattahoochee Fund are completely deductible. Brown Seeking Post of Republican Caucus Representative Jeffrey W. Brown (R-LaGrange) announced today that he is a candidate for the Georgia House Republican Caucus Leader. The seat is being vacated by Rep. Lynn Westmore (R-Tyrone) so he can spend more time on his campaign for the eighth congressional district seat. The caucus election will be held Nov. 17. Brown has been in the Georgia House of Representatives since 1994. Prior to that, he was an elected mem- ber of LaGrange City Council. He serves on the Health and Human Services, Human Relations and Aging, and the Public Utilities and Telecommunications committees. Last year he chaired a subcommit- tee on prescription drugs for low income seniors. He has been active in health- care, water and budget issues. Within the Republican Caucus he has served in a number of capacities includ- ing Chairman of the Health Policy Taskforce, Deputy Whip, and was appointed to the Caucus Policy Committee. He presently chairs a task force rec- ommending budget cuts to the Governor in the departments of Community Health and Human Resources and is Republican Chairman of the Health and Human Services Committee. In 1998, he ran for the Caucus Leader position, but was defeated. Brown's platform includes strength- ening the Republican Committee Chairs system resulting in better legislation and to prepare the Republican Caucus to be in the majority, developing a House Republican agenda based on member input and research, which adheres to the principles below, working with Senate Republican majority and the Governor to pass legislation that strengthens Georgia while resulting in less government, reducing tax burden, empowering families, giving our citi- zens more personal freedoms, and increasing personal responsibility. Additionally, he said "we must passionately assist our less citizens within these principles mented with facilitating grantS, not profit efforts, etc; using faith tiatives and results based budgeting. Accomplishment of the above, recruitment of strong candidates coordinating aggressive should result in at least winning in November 2004 for a ity of the House and the election Republican Speaker. based in LaGrange with employees: 24 states and Canada. The company offers search ee manufactures and dealers within interior furnishing and building ucts industries. For more information contact Brown at 706-884-3232 ext. 203 or e jbrown@legis.state.ga.us