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HOGANSVlU: HOME N],ZWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 20, 2003 PAGV. 3-A 5-" 5.:"  + " '!?ii iiiiii!:!i TIMES- The Bingo Bunch helped Ruby Calhoun and Ann celebrate their OctOber birthdays at Ingles last Wednesday. : ARTWORK- 4rs. Cynthia Harper auc- 45 works of art done Flint River Academy mid- grades and high school during the PTO meeting. event raised over $1,000 be spent on canvases and Jpplies for our art students. bidding was competitive fun and done with a fine emulating the great art houses. USEFUL THEME- A diaper shower was held at the Manchester Recreation Department on Nov. 2 for Lewanna Howard, pictured above. The shower was given by her loving family and friends. t APPRECIATED- Billy Bryant, Associate Editor of the Talbotton New Era and sports writer for the Manchester Star-Mercury was honored in Talbotton last Thursday evening, November 13 at the semi-annual Farm/City appreciation banquet to honor citizens both rural and urban who have contributed to the welfare of Talbot County. Group Collecting Toys, Food The Home Builders as Project Santa Claus. Association of Midwest Monetary contributions to Georgia and its Sales & help provide toys and food Marketing Council is once items for the recipients can again helping provide be brought to an Open House, Christmas to children in each scheduled Friday, Dec. 5, of the 10 counties in its serv- from noon until 5 p.m. at the ice area. association office, 101 The yearly event, which Devant St. (Ste. 306), was begun last year, is known Fayetteville. Christmas Festival Is Dec. 13 Shepherd's Care Day School invites the communi- ty to A Hamilton Christmas Festival, Dec. 13 from 3-8 p.m. at Mike Tracey Arena. Come and enjoy arts and crafts vendors, sleigh rides, carnival rides, local choirs and a visit from Santa. The students at Shepherd's Care will perform "The Crippled Lamb" at 7 o'clock. Admission is free with a canned good donation. Call 628-0084 for infor- mation. Vendor spots are still available. Look 00YC'ho's 50! Cplf' Ceremony Held New Roosevelt Museum Batson Cook, the builders FDR Memorial ,0. i Iit,tle.: :White held a "Topping Off" 7 this past Saturday. ;Topping Off is a part of handed that when a the is finished and all has to be added is the and interior, a celebra- occurs workers and enjoy a lunch togeth- 1 the building. new FDR Memorial g is well on towards completion :fabricators begin the of creating the and the building gets local dignitaries, Mayor Ramsey of Springs, Nancy Jones, of the 20 Alan Resendez Cathy Noles Dianne Carter Hank Butler John White Alyssa Stillwell Steve Balaam Mr. and Mrs. (A) Jimmy Nov. 21 Baylee Starling Bobbie Dorrough Donna Richardson boug Spradlin Lurline Craven Mr. and Mrs. (A) Mr. and Mrs. (A) Parkway Flea Market 1385 LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA Located next to [,aFavcttc Parkway Mirfi-Storagc 706-884-0005 Harry Tommy Nov. 22 Carolyn Davis bee Dee Williamson Kitty Dopp Myra Duffey Terrie Vaughn Will Jones Maude E. Colley (M) Nov. 23 Matthew Bugg Martin (M) Nov. " 24 :bonny Turner Ellen Hubbard Jody Wade Pamela Fretwell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth TAKING SHAPE- The new $5 million memorial museum is just $200,000 short of its final goal in the fundraising campaign. Meriwether County Commission, Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources repre- sentatives, builders, suppli- ers and construction workers attended the luncheon. All enjoyed the speakers who thanked everyone for such a fine job, while eating a fine Bar-B-Que plate, pre- pared by Mac's. Abit Massey, Chairman of the Roosevelt Warm Springs Memorial Advisory Committee, stated "We are making history come alive, not only for the historic site, but for Meriwether County and the State of Georgia." Montgomery (A) Nov. 25 Cheryl Harrison Christopher Thomas Hannah Weiher Laymon Powers III Ryan Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Spradlin (A) Mr. and Mrs. John Cranston Jr. (A) Mr. and Mrs. John White (A) Billy D. Spradlin (M) Nov. 26 Andrea Hines Ashley Singleton Devin Brock Faye Smith John Almand Lucile Marciniak Randy R. McWhorter Will Turner The Home You Want, Where You Want It. Site Built, Board By Board! For $3,000 Off With Phone Application 1505 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange 706-884-2444 wUUeiaePlace.cem America's Home Place Turke the 1 ..... i ] e WillilP_lew Flea Market INhere ?_Laiy  frm Iua Villa Shoot will be held at the American Legion Golf :. ::, : tes: & Mags:ew & Used !!,::: i!Chrsi FMerchandlse Club Range 'l ::Rrs &BfiSprlngs- K, ng Sets 1ins,65 Hwy. 29N Hogansville  ://:iom Made Bel find Buckles O (F * O ' M,sc. New Shotgun Shoot Off .... ......... at end of shoot.