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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 20, 2003 MILESTONE- James Seymour was honored last week for his 50 years of being a Mason. Shown, from left, are the past Grand Master of Georgia, Peggy and James Seymour. Perf, ei:t Attendance Students Cited Students with perfect attendance a.t Hogansville Elementary School for the First Nine Weeks have been honored. Pre-K Will Johnson, Emarie Kazmi, Jacee long, Matthew Ogletree, Lawrence Thompson, Jack Toney Jr. Kindergarten Phillip McMillan, Tyquavious Rosser, Keshona Terrell, Shania Rosser, Devin Brock, Zachary Hamblin, Maya Lance, Hunter Rollins, Brianna Neese, Karley Wandless, JaCorius Cousins, Keion Ramson, MacKenzie Scott, Jordan Bonner, Andrianna Owens, Chaunta Dorsey, Dylan Blanchard, Devin Bardgett First Grade Ashlea Sharp, Reeves Payne, Katlyn Nix, Olivia Leyna, Joshua Kimbrell, Haley Hudgens, Joseph Fomby, Jessica Dollar, Josh Bartlett, Jordan Coleman, Briannah Costner, Kelvin Ector, Graclyn Hawk, Tyler Lawson, Christopher Martin, Jeremy Moore, TaQuoya Moses, Devin Scott, Lacy Yearwoo4, Shamonica Brown, Kobie Cook, Anna Dire, Christopher Drake, Alexis Hardaway, Claudia Massey, Brandon Mattingly, Miguel Powers, Dwight Rhodes, Jacob Youngblood, LaBronze Zelaya, Milexus Towns Second Grade Quaneisha Alexander, Quantavis Anderson, Heathbr Harper, Christa Hudgen, Kristen Lease, William McGhee, Raechel Pike, Jacob Bendard, Christopher Cali, Chase Freeman, Harley Hall, Andrew Jackson, Kalea Johnson, Jenna Munger, Nicholas Terrell, Brooke Bonner, Jaffa Cameron, Colby Freeman, Jaquavis Grier, Ethan Howington, Tiffany Jones, Adam Kazmi, Nikel Martin, Jania Smith, Antraneshia Reed Third Grade Marisa Woodard, Anthony Coggin, Jessica Prophitt, Amber Burnham, Chasity Boyd, Tyrell Tigner, Sierra Burston, Stephanie Allen, Jessica Browning, Haneisha Leslie, Georgia Alford, Beth Barrett, Ryan Bowen, Luke Burruss, Jared Cole," A.J. Cook, Ryan Fretwell, Antonio Mitchell, Satastious Robinson, Sarai Vidal, Jeremy Williamson, Kathy Mitchell Fourth Grade Kevin Bowen, Darius Thomas, Crystal Dozier, C.J. Dire, Matthew Cooper, Wesley Hawk, Kierra Brown, Jordan Striblin, Chandler Wilkerson, Tiffany Courtney, Jamie Cole, Shyniece Wilson, John Gwizdak, Clara Griffin, Matthew Walker, Brandon Jackson Fifth Grade Ricky Bowen, JaQuincia Cameron, Chrystal Cosby, Camille Cutwright, Raven Evans, Condarrius Fannin, Payton Fretwell, Terrance Jackson, Scotty Law, John McKeehan, Kristie Rosser, Sequoyah Russell, Megan Allen, Melandra Cameron, Joshua Cook, Levi Freiberg, Cody King, Kaneisha Russell, River Staley, Marquis Terrell, Jasmine Thrash 'God Lifts Us' Is ForWorld Day of Pra Mosiac. The By PATTI PHILLIPS Deuteronomy 1:19 26 and 21, 26. Rev. Jackson had the "God lifts us to greater heights through Alyson and Ray Putnam did the prayer" was the theme of this year's Baptist Prayer to God. Song was Lord's Prayer. Woman's World Day of Prayer, Western Teresa McDonald had World Baptist Association on Nov. 3, held from "10:30 Prayer/Call to - noon. Prayer. There were 64 attending the opening ses- The attendees then quietly moved sion that was held at Rockridge Baptist prayer centers where they prayed Assembly in Franklin, including those from for prayer requests as listed at each of Hogansville First Baptist Church - Lillian centers. Howell, Hetcher Acree and Patti Phillips. They were asked to move quickly so At Rockridge, soft music was the prel- would not disturb others that were ude; while June Keeble gave the welcome at the time. Prayer centers and announcements. Rev. Searcy Jackson had Children, Africa, Tibet, Georgia Romania aspecialprayerforRuthandRev.BobHarris Russia. With special focus on at her illness. Bobbi Yeager rendered to solo, North America. God On The Mountain. All during the day and night, Nell Jackson gave the 2002-03 WMU prayer centers scheduled around watchword, "So do not be ashamed to testi- These locations were Pointe Ma fy about our Lord, or ashamed of me his pris- Retirement Home oner. But join with me in suffering for the Home, Beaulieu Nursing Home, gospel, but he power of God, who has saved Nursing Home, Oak Lawn Baptist us and called us to a holy life - not because and closed at Unity Baptist Church. of anything we have done, but because of his Rev. David Arrington said the bles: own purpose and grace. This grace was given and benediction before the salad lunch us in Christ Jesus before the beginning of served, provided by those attending. time." 2 Timothy 1:8-9 (NIV). After lunch, Dr. Oscar Cope, WBA Pray On was a solo rendered by Debbie sionary, spoke and read from Acts 17. Caldwell. He stated that women really had a Alyson Putnam gave the prayer patterns the New Testament Church. He closed reading scripture from Nov. 2003 Missions a prayer. Thanksgiving Service Set at Family lamily Worship Center, located atS15 Industrial Road in Hogansville, welcomes vis- itors to its services. Sunday school is at 10 o'clock - there are classes for all ages; Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock; Sunday evening service at 6 p.m. A prayer meeting is held Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. The Senior Saints (50 years and older) will be meet :z:: there will be a Thanks ink at the church Saturday, meal served after the Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. There will ice. be a special Thanksgiving At Family theme. A devotional time will Center, there are be shared. Four seniors who opportunities for have spoken in previous and fellowship. There meetings will each give a good youth program brief testimonial. A door nursery is available. prize will be given and Visitors are refreshments will be served, invited. Sunday evening, Nov. 23, James Calhoun is Flint River Offering Dinner, Play Toni Flint River Academy PTO is sponsoring, a Spaghetti Dinner today, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m in the Wildcat Cafeteria. Donations will be accept- ed for the cost of the meal, proceeds benefit the Fine Arts Department. Imtnediately following the dinner, at 7:15, the FRA Players will present the musi- cal,"D0rothy Meets Alice." The cost of the play $2. Come out, enjoy a meal along with a presentation, and your Flint River Fine Arts students. ' ; 20th Annual .. Candlelight Tour  November 21, 22 & 23 Shop from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday " 10 a,m. to 6 p.m. Sunday Weekdays 10 a.m. to 6 *Shop by Candlelight EVERY Friday and Saturday 'til Christmas 'til 9 p.m. "Warm Town, K/arm People, Warm Springs" Call 1-800-FDR-1927 for more information www.warmspringsga.ws Stay lr next (706) Reservations 1-800-WESTERN conference rooms. Come Stay With Us! 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