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P AGE 8-A t HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2017 FIREFIGHTERS VISIT CES Elementary School. Students red fire truck. Photo Submitted - Troup County Firefighters recently visited Callaway were taught many fire safety tips and got to view the big IIIIFIII :ii ii/: Photo Submitted 4-H FOOD CHALLENGE - Troup County 4-H had a great weekend competing in the state-wide 4-H Food Challerjge: 4'H. F.Qod E; ge4sa highly :charged foods experiencel This contest, modeled after such competitions as the Food Netw0rk's "Iron : Chef," challenges teams of 4-H members to create a dish using only a pre-determined number of ingredients. From these ingredients, team members must identify and pre- pare the dish, then make a presentation about it to the judges. The presentation includes information about the serving size, nutritional value, and cost of the dish. The 4=H Food Challenge allows 4-H members to demonstrate their culinary and food safety skills to judges and observers. The first place winner in the Senior Division will have the oppor- tunity to compete in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off: 4-H Edition in New Orleans in August, 2018. This year's contest was held Saturday October 28th 2017 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and there were 16 teams competing. The Senior team from Cobb County came in first place, earned 4-H master status and will compete in New Orleans. Two teams, one from the Junior division and one from the Senior division represented Troup County at the event and both teams did very well. Pictured above: Troup County 4-H Junior and Senior Food Challenge teams showing off their creations. For further infor- mation please call Melanie Dabb 4H Extension Agent, (706)-883-1675. Photo Submitted CMS STUDENT OF THE MONTH - Congratulations to Lindsay Cofield for being named Chick-FiI-A Student of the Month for October. Lindsay, who was nominated by several teachers, was selected because she is always prepared for and participates in class. In addition to having good grades, attendance & behavior, Lindsay took a leadership role in homecoming activities. At the assembly, she took pride in greeting guests & seated them with a smile. At the homecoming game, she assisted members of the court & helped staff with setup & breakdown of the festivities. As is evidenced by her behavior, she is always willing to help others when needed. Lindsay is cooperative, courteous and is a great role model for Callaway High School. She is pictured here with Gina Langston (I) of Chick-Fil-aJParkway & CTAE Director, Dr, Lynne Short (r). StateFarm State Farm Insurance Agency is looking for an administrative assistant Monday thru Friday Candidate will be required to obtain an insurance license, must have outgoing personality background check required call: 706-656-5400 ask for Robert Allen Troup County Democrats To Meet Nov. 20 Submitted To The Herald The Troup County Democratic Party will have its next meeting on Monday, November 20th at 6:00 PM at the Griggs Recreation Center, 716 Glenn Robertson Dr, LaGrange, GA. Cindy Zeldin, candi- date for Georgia Insurance Commissioner, will be our guest. There will be no December meeting. Menu At Hogansville Active Life Center By ANDY KOBER The staff of the HogansviUe Active Life Center has announced the menu for next week. Monday, Nov. 20 - Hamburger with cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion, baked beans, pota- to salad, grapes; Tuesday, Nov. 21 - Sliced turkey breast, cranberry sauce, sweet potato, green peas, corn- bread, dressing, ambrosia; Wednesday, Nov. 22 - Chili macaroni, sweet corn, steamed zucchini, mixed tropical fruit. Meals are served with low fat milk, coffee or tea, and are subject to change without notice. The Active Life Center is located on Church Street. Photo Submitted CES HONORS - Callaway Elementary School recently selected their monthly PBIS teacher and students of the month. These students and teacher have exemplified the character traits at CES...Cooperative, Excellent, and Successful. Pictured are: front row, left to right: Aubrey Cooley, Emily Damron, Devan Sykes, and Lela Kay Smith; back row: Mr. Marius Truitt, Jersie Bennett, Jayden Moore, Makayla Garrett, and Qua Hardnett: .= ! Photo Submitted HOGANSVILLE ELEMENTARY NAMES HONORWAVES - Congratulations to our newest Honorwaves! Can't wait to see what great things they do for our school and c0m- munityt Named as Honorwaves were (in no particular order): Brandy Garcia, Ariel Gates, Zyteria Hall, Alex Martinez-Perez, Rotavious Willis, Lyrical Mines, Jordan Hardin, Leah Rosenthal, Emma Talley, Rebecca Wilbert, Mary Jane Cortez, Riley Chapman, Paisley Brock, DeNia Brown, Jayden Dunagen, Julian Eunice, D'Asia Freeman, Rosemary Griffin, Moses Lee, Ariah Hardy, and Ja'Darrian Williams. Photos Submitted CMS STUDENT RECIPES - Mrs, Rachel Monroe's 7th and 8th grade Public Speaking class presented demonstration speeches on how to make their favorite recipe. Students brought in their finished recipes to share with the class after their presentations. Seen here are Disha Patel (left) with her chocolate lasagna and Zyon Johnson (right) with his chocolate dipped pretzels.