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December 6, 2001

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HOGANSVII i.l: t tO\\;U N \\;:,   ,:,)AY, Dl::c. 6, 2001 LUCKY GIRL - The proud winner of a scooter is Keiaushane Cameron, seen here with Mike Purdiss. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Evans, Sandra and Thomas of Pawling, New York visit- ed during Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis. Mr and Mrs. Walter Rozelle of Atlanta had Thanksgiving dinner with them. Miss Patti Phillips accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rhodes and Meredith from Brooks and Clara Funk from Jonesboro to an after- noon and evening of December 1 at Callaway Gardens seeing exhibits as well as the Fantasy In Lights. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Drohan of Decatur joined them riding the trolley through the Fantasy In Lights. {y persons beautiful ly decorated the church December 1. Worship With The Word on December 2 was by Alyson Lee (Matthew 11:25 27). Rev. Harold Willis&apos; Sunday morning sermon December 2 was "How Can We Know God" (Matthew 11: 25-27; John 14: 7-11). The Sunday evening service was Chrismon Tree decoration. Deacon of the Week: Wayne Yarbrough (December 2). Congratulations to the Homer Wilson Sunday School Class on having 100% per- fect attendance December 2. We were happy to have many visitors with us at church December 2. Remember the sick. shut- ins and bereaved in prayer. VAN'S HARDWARE & FARMERS SUPPLY 61 industrial Road Hogansville (706) 637-6263 New Hours: WMF 7AM - 6PM Sat. 7AM - The Agape Sunday School Class had their Christmas party December I at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Willis with 13-15 enjoying a covered dish sup- pen We decorated a Chrismon Tree in the sanctuary December 2 in the evening service. December 2-9 is the Vv'eek of Prayer for International Missions and Lottie Moon Christmas offering. We had our Christmas banquet last night (a covered-dish supper) at the church with Mrs. Ann Watts, Georgia WMU President as the speaker. We have a carol sing December 16, 7 p.m. at the church with finger foods afterwards. The Adult Choir presents "Christmas I Love to Tell the Story" during the 11 a.m. wor- ship hour on December 23. Belated sympathy goes out to the Beasley family in the loss of their loved ore, Ms. Marcia Beasley. Happy birthday wishes go out to Mr. Tywan D. Rhodes Dec. 4. Happy belated birthday ishes go out to Mrs. Elaine Nalls. Happy birthday to Mr. Shannon Stinson on Nov. 28. Happy belated birthday wishes go out to Staff Sgt. Samuel A. Hill of Japan. Let's remember our sick and shut-ins: Mrs. Genelle Martin, Mrs. Sally Pearl Dixson, Mrs. Dorothy Price, Mrs. Lucille Lynch. The Mt. Perrin Baptist Church, Mobley Bridge Rd., Hogansville will celebrate pastor appreciation and retire- ment for Rex: G.A. Black on Sunday, December 2 at 12 noon. Rev. Black has served a total of 49 years. The guest speaker will be Rev. C.A. Black. Yule Concq00:rt Is Saturday The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra announces its annual Christmas Concert, which begins at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. December 8 2001 in the Callaway Auditot ium at LaGrange College. Mr. Lee Johnstm. Associate Profesmr of Music at LaGrange College. wilt appear as the guest condu tot for the Christmas Concert. The evening ill include performances bv I he LaG range Sy m ph on v Orchestra of two of' Nit. Johnson's compositions. Members of the LaGrange Ballet will dance to a move ment from one of Mr. Johnson's compositions. Also, the choruses of LaGrange, Troup, and Callaway High Sc hools  ill sing during the Chrislmas Concert. Leroy Anderson%. "Sleigh Ride" and 'A Christmas Fes t ival" will ope n the evening's concerl, tol lowed by a reading of Mr. Johnson's composit ion "Finale: Ulxm the Fae otl he Waters," a movemenl trom his "Sand Floor Cathedral' Symphony No. 5. Next on the program will be Mr. Johnson's arrangement ot the "Spring" and "Vimei .... movements from Vivaldis "Seasons." The LaGrange Ballet under the direction of .\\;Is. Nancy Gell, will dance to these pieces. Performing during the "Spring" move ment will be Sarah McKibben with Julie Bu(e Ragan Ellen. Whitnev [lunt. Mary Catherine Hoffner. and Kristin Wood. For the "Winter' move ment, Meghan McNearney with Laura Jane Bov<er Hayley Darden, Amy Ort Lauren Johnson, Sarah McKiIJen, and ii[vse Walston will be feafured. " " The evening will contin ue with the &ssistance of the LaGrange, Troup and Callaway High Schpol Choruses under the direct ion of Marty Davis. Stacey Hardigree, and David Davis. respectively. The choruses and the Symphony will per form Franz Schubert s "Mass [NO NMSLlfl 13 ILuTo Lo. 13 i,i FoR Ever  or Crr.. 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