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r 0 PAGE 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, DECMBER 4, 2009 By ANDY KOBER 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. No purchase is required In addition to Christmasbut Santa will gratefully activities in Hogansville, accept monetary donations, there are a number of events canned goods and toys to be in the surrounding area.distributed to needy people In Grantville, Santa Claus in the area. will be visiting Nick's Pizzeria Photography sessions on Thursday, Dec. 3. with Santa can be scheduled Children are invited to by contacting Kim Sasso at visitwiththejollyoldelffrom kim@grantville.net or 770- www. Hel pStopDog Fig hti n g.com 583-2518. IN LUTHERSVILLE, the annual Christmas Parade will begin at noon, Saturday, Dec. 12. Again this year, the famous Budweiser Clydes- dale horse s will be featured in the parade. There is still room in the parade for civic, church, family or other organized groups to participate in the parade. Any group interest- ed should contact Ms. Mariea Murphy or Cetta at 770-927- 0709. The Luthersvflle Parade is organized by Ms. Murphy and sponsored by Patriots Corner Mart and the Luthersville Social Club. ANOTHER event in Grantville will be Fright Christmas. The Halloween haunted house proved so popular that it was decided to hold a Fright Christmas. This unique event will be held 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. nightly from Friday, Dec. 18, through Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 19 LaGrange Street in Grantville. There is an admission fee of $5 and donations of toys will be gladly accepted and will benefit needy children in the area. Fright Christmas in GrantviUe is being sponsored and produced by teens and young adults from the Grantville area. For more information or to offer your services, con- tact andyemmitt@hot- mail.cam OUR CLIENTS HAVE AVERAGED OVER $2002000 IN BENEFITS. |-:.:~ +~,~ + -. - .- ,: r +-, +++ ,r: ! Does,you lmsiness meetJNYof.thes quafifieat' ton : + +r- + +:+: + i+' : Commercial Building ,itb Purchase Price or Renovations over $650,000 +'+" Over zo Employees +Manafactures or fabricates products at any stage Performs Research or Development on products or technolo es (new or existin# Over $ ooo per month in waste management or recycling fees Over $ 5o, ooo Annttally in real orpersonal taxes Over $ zoo, oooAnnual energy expenses Over S eoo, ooo Property and Casualty Insurance premiums Pho~By ANDY KOBER READY TO PAVE - Workers from Cato Grading arm surface of the alleyway next to the old police station for paving. UnfUrled, pvechcted rain could result in the project being delayed. from page 1A city officials had sought to have Troup County pave Russell Road. But as the road surface was prepared, the county's paving equipment TRAIL from page 1A .+ are Teaming Together for a Prosperous Troup County had been moved to another old I-I gansville police sta- area. tian. The alleyway connects The city turned to a pri- one of the new parking areas vate paving comPal y, but. t Main Street. after months of dry weather,But even while the crews rains returned, delayil!g preparing the old alley- project further. -+ +' Way surface, intermittent On Monday, road pavi! f+:tiglg rain was falling and crews were preparing t]t morewas predicted. alleyway located next to the NATIVITY SCENES - The annual Hogansville First t United Methodist Church [ "Celebrate Nativity" will be I helft noon to 5 p.m ].;i, tilrday, Dec. 5. Over 100 [ nativity scenes will be on di ::flay throughout the church. Left, Patti Justice Pat Hudson are shown some of the , : enes. "Celebrate Nativity , enesfrom Israel. Ecuador. China, and other nd the world. i A number of the Nativity scenes have been hand- and are unique lma tto to tt dis- icons +and works of art work. Nativity" will be conjunction with a of other Christmas events in .! Nogansville and families are encour- tour the church and scenes. of property tO.I e designs are posted in and the property sign statements " ing donation of 7 the first shovel of Those issues has not yet been turned on been resolved al d k;PP: isio the Tower Trail project, city Planning, the officials are already seeking ing firm, was ed + a second grant in the amount open bids on consfimction of ': of $100,000. This grant will the project laat;+Maaday evening. Prec' .l tam g of Lawrencevflle, designed the Tower Trail walking trail. THE TOWER Trail pro ect is being fm led by a be, llsed to construct a rest station at the downtown end of the walking trail. The second grant also req es 20 percent match and the Hogansville Charitable Trust has commit- $100,000 grant f rQm:C, rgi + :ted to funding that required Recreational Trails progrom - m, atch as well. and $24,000 in matching Or ig'maUyanticipatedto funds fromthe H0gansv It be compIeted by the end of Charitable Trust. 000, the project should be Designs for the Tower+ c pleted during 2010. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ + if! iii!ili:!iiiii!!i++i!iii?!;!i ! ~)~:':~!~+~:':~:::i: ::4:~;::~:++~:::! ~:~::~ :::::::::::::::::::: i~:ii~:'i+~:' :;~:::: ii ' 4 %+.