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HOGANSVIIA HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2009 .PAGE 3 LaGrange CoUege has announced the promotion of the Rev. Dr. QuincyBrown to Vice President for Spiritual Life and Church Relations. Previously the school's chaplain and director of servant-leadership, he joined the college in 1997. DR. BROWN currently serves in the key role of chairman of the Board of Ordained Ministry for the church'l entire Southeastern Jurisdiction as a member of the Coordinating Committee of the United Methodist Campus Ministry Association.' in other of supporting student spiri- tualiw and of cultivating the servant-leaders of tomor- row is an awesome respon- sibility--and one of the most fulfilling jobs possi- ble," Dr. Brown said. IN HIS new role, Dr. Brown will continue to serve on the President's Cabinet and will retain the title of Elizabeth Walker Lanier Campus Minister. He holds the distinction of being named the national Chaplain of the Year in 2003 by the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation. He is the author of "Quest: Stories as Guides Through Life's Transiti6ns" (2008) and numerous arti- cles, and is the editor of "Creating Space for Grace:-- Lenten Meditation Guide for Students" (2008). A NATIVE of Gainesville, he was honored by his hometown's city council with Quincy Brown Day m 2004 and also given: : the WisdomandHope :. . Award from theRestoration Preservation Mission of Hall County. A frequent speaker and storytener, Dr. Brown is an elder in the United Methodist Church and cur- rently serves as Minister of Morning Glory at First UMC LaGrange. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Gammon Seminary of the Interdenominational Theological Center and a Master of Divinity, cure laude, from the Candler School of Theology of Emory University. Dr. Brown and his wife, Dionne Moore Brown, live in LaGrange. See you at the Christmas Parade! EYE-APPEALING Local artist Andrea Mulvany gives Pappa Grasso's Italian Bistro a blast of exterior color with her mural of Tuscan scenes. Ms Mulvany's is the latest of the many murals adorning downtown Hogansville. : L: : The Hogansville Pilot Club is taking orders for Stars to be used on this year's Annual Starlight Tree. Stars are $10 for a single name or $15 for two names on one star and all proceeds will be used for the Hogansville Empty Stocking Fund. For more information Or to purchase a star, please call either Janie Dollar at 706-637-4918 or Elaine Carr at 706-637-8113. The list of Stars includes the following: IN MEMORY OF: Sybil Gaddy by The Pilot Club; John Thomas Arnold by family; Rick Ramos, Michael Bailey, John Thomas Arnold, and Nicholas Barrett by Elaine Carr; Charles Garrison by family; Edith Buchanan by Janie and Eddie Dollar; Shirley Wright Renee Coggin by mama and daddy; Mr. and Mrs. Grady Ayers by Gene and Linda Ayers; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Laster by Gene and Linda Ayers; Don Weiher by John and Stephanie Weiher; Hazel Cook by John and Stephanie Weiher; Evelyn Teal by children and grand- children; Millard Teal by children and grand- children; Ann Pike by children and grand- children; Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Lowery by Tommy and Eloise Thrower; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thrower by Tommy and Eloise Thrower; Eugene Crocker by Jean Crocker, children, and grandchildren; Brent William son by Shirley and Roger Williamson; Edward Bruce by family; Sybil Gaddy by Mary Norris; Pete Oliver and Bill Oliver by Chris Oliver and Lori Holl0w a y ; Bill by Janie and EddieDollarkHaley -.e by --BeRyBowenbyfamfly;BobFegreusbyfam- family; P-at Robins0h lSyfamily; June Hill fly; Mr. and Mrs. G.L Fomby by Larry and by family; Fannie Mae Cannon by The Pilot Helen Fomby; Jackie Clay by family; Glenn Club; Monroe Hawkins by Renee Kelley and Estes by NellEstes; Elizabeth Denney Swarm family; Lendon Spires by David and Renee by Linda Attaway; James and Ruby Staiey- Kelley and family; Brittany Nicole by Randy and Peggy Harris; Homer and McCormick with love, mama; Rodney Elmer Harris by Randy and Peggy Harris; Lawrence Lee with love, mama, daddy, Jimmy and Ronnie Staley by Randy and Kristy, and Corey; Rodney Lawrence Lee Peggy Harris; Mable Williamson by Family; with love, Janet and Austin; Nedra and Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Will Williamson by family. WiUiamson by children and grandchildren; V lma andGraVy ,Higgins by children and IN HONOR OF: A1 Simpson by The PilOt grandchildren; Bobby Higgins by Evelyn Club; Lee Daniel by The Pilot Club; Green Higgins and children; Jonathan and Tim Bough Garden Club by The Pilot Club; Austin Ashbaugh by Shirley Ashbaugh and family; Lee With Love, Aunty Kristy. Geminid Meteor Shower Visible in December By ANDY KOBER As the year 2009 comes to a close, skywatchers will have yet another opportuni- ' a fire- works show courtesy of Mother Nature. The Geminid meteor shower should be visible on the night of Sunday, Dec. 13, through the early morning hours of Monday, Dec. 14. The new moon occurs, on Wednesday, Dec. 16, so light from the moon should not be a factor Meteors could begin appearing as early as 10 p.m. and the Geminid shower could produce rates of 100 meteors or more per hour at maximum. Compared to some of the other regular meteor show- ers, the Geminid meteors do not typically streak across the sky as some of the faster meteors. Geminid meteors are known to leave glowing trails that can be yellow, green or blue. WATCHING meteors can be great family fun. Get out of town and away from streetlights or other light sources, including the headlights of passing cars. Take some blankets and lay on the ground. Position yourself so the northern hori- zon appears at the edge of your peripheral vision. If you must use a flash- light, cover it with a red lens or cover to preserve your night vision. be Day Workshop g Ready W Fine Tuning Your Employabifity Skills iil NETWORK. Thursday, December i0, 2009 8:00 am- 5:00 pm Best Western Conference Center 1513 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA Underemployed, uneml~! .o~ ~d, or~tece0t ly taid off?This is the workshop for youl Lunch Provided Seats are limited l Reserve your space by contacting Kay Durand by December 7, 2009 troupcountyworks@gmail.com or 706-298-3639 Resume Writing, Behavioral Interviewing Determining your Skills and Interests, Dressing for Success, Honing Your Soft Skills, GA Work Ready Information, Introduction to www.troupcountyworks.com, and more! Free to Troup County Residents but you.must reserve your spot! Call today! *Requires qualifying commitment and a valid maior credit card. Satisfactory credit score required~ Call for lull details and disclaimer. Sponsored by LaGrange Troup County Chamber of Commerce, Troup County Center for Strategic Planning, West GA Advanced Manufacturing Partnership