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Dress Week Hogansville celebrated 13-17. This is a week that is used to raise awareness of the )ortance of education. addition, it is Children&apos;s Week. In honor of these excit- activities were and each day had Fun Dress Code. November 15, Opposite Day. dressed like and teachers students. Students also partici- ted in DEAR (drop and read), triv- questions each morning, entire day of reading, for the best and even a pro- book sale and auto- )h session by Dave and Sargent (authors of books). HOGANSVUJ,F. HOME NEWS - IHURSDAk, INOVEMBtsi< z.o, .uO By Frances Robinson ALL IN FUN - Wednesday, November 15, was Opposite Day at Hogansville Elementary. Students dressed like teachers, and teachers dressed like students. Pictured are teacher, Mrs. Mary Alford, and student, Amanda Jones, who even expanded her waistline to emulate Mrs. Alford's pregnancy. Carolyn Davis Grand Marshal The Hogansville Chamber of Commerce Committee has selected Carolyn Davis to be the Grand Marshal of the Christmas Parade this year. The main criteria used is a person who has contributed to the community and she is a per- fect example. Mrs. Davis has always been a very strong supporter of her church and has exhibited strong interest and dedication to the children of the church and the community. Each week she makes a trip to Ingles to get the food they donate to the Food Closet. This she has done or made sure it was done even during a time when this was an impossi- ble task for her. THERE HAVE BEEN some elderly people who found them- selves unable to come to the Food Closet but Carolyn made sure that they had food deliv- ered to them. Carolyn also helps with the acquisition of clothes for the Clothing Closet and has been there to help distribute both food and clothes to those in need. Carolyn also serves on the Share Board. She is always there when certain emergencies arise to help, even though the people never know it was her and she prefers to keep it that way. IN THE PAST she was very active with school activities, especially the Band Booster Club, among others. Carolyn, for those who know her well, does a lot for people and all this despite a full-time job with long, demanding hours. This year the Chamber has chosen to recognize Carolyn Davis, a truly wonderful and giving person who has been a great asset to Hogansville. We invite everyone to come out on December 1st at 5:00 p.m. at the City Park to sing the mar- velous songs of Christmas and at 6:00 p.m. to watch the parade and to help us recognize Carolyn Davis and to usher in the Christmas season, a time of joy, love and peace. j 's Who's Birthday Turner, Ellen Jody Wade, Mr. and Alga Robinson, anniver- Harrison, stopher Thomas, Hannah Billy Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs. White, Devin Brock, Marciniak, Randy R. Will Turner. 27 Medford, Kerry R/nffy'Bussey, Mr. Mrs. Brad Stephens, 28 II, Ralph Vern Wegienka, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Evans, Refriser, Jth Slidil Ives or Shelv, sper iry Door indies Ice Make Fountain, Jessie Matt Odom, Claude A. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Boatman, anniversary. Books on Sale Nov. 30 Half-price books from will be available Nov. 30th from 12 until 5:30 p.m. at the of Commerce on the Book Fair, then Christmas Parade at 6 There will be gifts, and stuffers too. By Frances Robinson CHOICE - Mrs. Jean selected Teacher Month at Hogansville School. - $100K PER YEAR i You are looking for and have skills call today at 770-252-1929 (E.O.E.) DOORB USTER SPECIALS 6am to 8am Take an OI=F selected red-lined merchandise throughout the store (;am to 11am Ta an all red-lined merchandise throughout the store NOTHING HELD BACK/ AUGUSTA AUGUSTA EXCHANGE USE YOUR MANSOUR'S DISCOVER OR AMERICAN EXPRESS CARD, VISA, MASTERcARD, BUILDER DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE