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HOGANSVIIJ ,E HERALD - THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 2013 PAGE 7-A CELEBRATION CHRISTMAS - The Amazing Grace Sunday Schoot Crass of First Baptist Church celebrated the Christmas Season with dinner at the Bulloch House in Warm Springs on Saturday, Dec. 7. Pictured from left to right back row - Lynn Campbell, B. J. McWaters, Susie Dial, Julia Morrow, Ellen Davis, Tamekia McGhee, Colleen Clark, Nancy Pye. Front row - Mary Kelly, Sherry Spradlin, Jane Bozeman, Sondra Lee and Lana Winkles. Good food, fun, and fellowship was enjoyed by all. FO 'O By ANDY KOBER A Bird Walk has been scheduled Lake Delanor dam. The cards will be for 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. made from recycled materials and Santa Claus has scheduled a visit Participants should meet at the park plants including wet pulp, screens and at F.D. Roosevelt State Park on office located on Ga. Hwy. 190. Those frames. Saturday, Dec. 21, for a hayride and with binoculars are urged to bringThe program is designed for chil- campfire, them. The program will last about an dren ages seven and older and chil- Santa will be at the campfire ring hour. dren must accompanied by an adult. at the Group Shelter located below the A Winter Tree Walk will begin atSpace is limited, reservations are" Lake Delanor dam and each hayride 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. This easy required, and there is a $6 per partic- will last about 15-20 minutes, one-mile winter ramble is designed ipant fee Participants will have the oppor- for all ages. Those wishing to partici- Programs at ED. Roosevelt State tunity to make crafts, roast marsh- pate should meet at the Liberty Bell Park are open to the public and while mallows, enjoy hot chocolate, and lis- Pool parking lot and should bring bot- many are free,-there is a $5 parking ten to stories read by members of the fled water, fee. Harris County Library staff. On Sunday, Dec. 1S, the staff of For more information about any Those attending are urged to bring F.D. Roosevelt State Park will be hold- of the programs at the state park, call a roasting stick and folding chair, ing a Holiday Card Workshop. 706-663-4858. There is afee of $6 per person ages This special event will be held at ED. Roosevelt State Park is locat- four and older; cash only. " 2 p.m. in the Group Shelter below the ed near Pine Mountain. By Andy Koher BE MERRY - Prior to last Friday's Christmas Parade begin- ning, nine-year old Kyla Smith, of LaGrange, was found singing Christmas songs atthe gazebo in Calvin Hipp Veterans Memorial Park. Also performing a variety of Christmas songs was Debbie Elzey. ========================== :.::::::::::: 1. Shopping local creates jobs. Shops in our town create local employment and self-employment. These people in turn spend in the local community. Y 2. Community Well-Being Local businesses are proportionately more gen- erous in their support of local charities, schools and community events. Supporting local shops means a financial impact on your community. - 3. Range of great products at affordable prices. Many people fall out of the habit of shopping local- ly and are then surprised by the range of products and gifts available. 4. Shopping locally saves money Out of town shops have done a good job of con- vincing us that local business equals expensive. If you add travel, fees to transfer items'and your time, the overall cost is often much higher. t0mer& stocking prod- ucts to meet the cus- tomer's needs. 7. Saves the environ- ment Local shops often stock a high percent- age of local sourced goods which do not require long car and. bus journeys, helping reduce our global footprint. lib i i i i i IIII IIIllnll IIII I meieR me i mill = YEAR END CLOSEOUT SALE! = 5. Retains our communities I I People don't like losing shops and services in 8. Local shops are I small towns but don't equate this to how they spend for everyone their money. Most people can get to their local shops I ANY CART PURCHASED! I 6. Retains our distinctiveness easily and this is especially important for the elderly I Must present coupon, not valid with any other coupon or Independent shops create distinctive shopping and young generations and those without transporta- special offer. Expires December 31:2013 experiences and stock different products. Local busi- tion. nesses respond quickly to the needs of local cus- 9. Local shops value you more I I Evidence from numerous surveys show people Z "~11 ~ Maior Credit Cards.~c:ceoted Purina Dealer ~ 7]~ "~ * Sat. 7.iltM - ,~ Thank You For Your Business receive better customer care and service locally. These businesses survive by their reputation and repeat business," which means you geta higher standard of service. 10. 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