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PA(;L; 10-A HOGANSVnX; HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 14, 2002 ()nline Book Club Launched Don't have time to read Through your e-mail account, to reserve a copy at the all the books you'd like? Try you will begin receiving the library: Each Monday, a new a new online book club first three chapters from the book is started. brought to you by the "lYoup- book over the course of the To access the library sys- Harris-Coweta Regional week. tem website, type in Library system. I f 3ou decide you like the http://thetibrary.net and click Sign up for the type ol b(uk, you can finishitbycon> on the Chapter-A-Day icon to books you like to read. ing into the library or calling sign up. By Frances Robinson THE PURR-FECT LIFE- Not king of the road, but this male cat is king of the Senior Citizens Center and is called many names from "Pest" to "Baby." He's lying in one of his places, napping on his pillow on a desk. Support Our Troops Baptist ........ " m, L: Ricky Wolfe and l-'ran Bcrgeron of the Troup. Charnber County Habitat for Humanity spoke to us Sunday night, November 3rd abou! the Jimmy Carter Work Project 2003 in LaGrange. Jyce Williams and Patti Phillips attended the Worm Day of Prayer at Rockridge Baptist Assembly in Franklin Monday, November 4th. l)eacon of the Week: Kenneth Dial. As you pray, remember: Bob Tillman, Press Miller, lalcile Wilson, Pauline Powers, Ella Pittman, Mc and Mrs. Wayne Neighbors. Elizabeth Garner, Freda Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Tom Flournoy, Lou Palmm, Wendy Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Yarbrough, DI: Oscar Cope, aanelle Yarbrough, Susan Fleming, Mary Kathryn Gillespie Cindy McNalley, Ray Lankford, Frank FulleL Iris Burgess, Grace Brown, Hortense Fowler and Craig Fowler. Our Christian sympathy is extended to the families of Mary Boone Darden, Clifford Hamlin and Travis Chaffin, Sr. at their recent deaths. We had coffee and juice Sunday morning before Sunday School. ()n November 17, Huell and Marguerite Stephens will provide snacks at fellowship time. 9:30 a m \\;\orship With The Word: ,lira Campbell, new Chairman of Board of Deacons reading Ephesians 3:14-19, Veterans' Day was men- tioned by our pastor Sunday morning and he had all of them to stand for us to honog Then he said a prayer for them. The Adult Choir special music Sunday morning, was We Worship You. Soloist was ,l(wcie Brown. Rex,. ttarold Willis's mes- sage Sunday morning was "hnproving Our Praying" wit h a text of Ephesians 1: 15- 21 Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Todd on the birth of a daughter, Autumn 15'nn Ibdd. Congratulations are in order to Stuart Lee upon his election as the Vice President of the Sophomore Class at Callaway 'High School and Meredith Rhodes for making the (}CA honor roll first quar- ter 2(X)2-2003. November 26th is the Colnmunity Thanksgiving Service, 7 p.m. at the Ebenezer Presbyterian e. Church. There will be a com- bined choir providing the special music and the new pastor of "lYinity Worship Center, Rex,. Alex Montgomery will be the speaker. An offering will be received for the benevolent ministry of the Iqogansville Ministerial Association. Dr. Ben I. ttaygood, Vice President of Advancement at Baptist Village,Inc. will be our guest speaker Sunday, November 17 at 11 a.m. Speaking that night at the 6 p.m. service will be Marcus Fowler. A "Greening of the Church" service will be at our church Sunday night, December 1st. This service is to decorate the church sanctuary and the Christmas tree. Volunteers are needed to read scriptures, sing in the -choir, place candles and greenery in the windows and put ornaments on the tree. The Georgia Baptist Convention was held November 11 and 12 at the Cobb Galleria in Marietta. Please call the church office at 637-8731 if your want to purchase a poinset- tia in honor of or in memory of someone to be placed in the church at Christmas. The price is $6.00 each and the check should be made. payable to FBC. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church. save an extra 30% off all red.lined items NOTHING HELD BACK! aturday, November 16 th Register to Win 3 Days Interest on $1,000,000.00 Our two newest full service Banking Centers in Hogansville offer you Banking the Customer's Way with more banking bargains like: Totally FREE Checking for both Personal and Business Accounts Extended Banldng Hours 6 Days-a-Week 24-Hour ATM Convenience at MONEY-TO-GO, and Telephone Bantdng to keep you "in touch" with your hard-earned money Join us for all the Grand Opening activities including Bluegrass Music, FREE Gifts and Bar-B-Que! "ty Bank & Trust