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P;a;E 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2000, .--- Seized Car Plays r00ew Role Troup County Sheriff l)onny rIhrner said that the Sheriff's Office unveiled the new D.A.R.E. car December 14th at the Long Cane Elementary School D.A.R.E. HARWELL, BROWN & ARNALL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 {770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org Gary W. Brown :!!ii i  ;G:;: :  | DE'LIVER.ING HOLIDAY CHEER With best wishes and sincere thanks to the driving force behind our success-- our good friends and customers. Lunch 00ecials - 2 Home Cooked Vegetables, Choice o Meat, 2 Veg. Bread & Dessert ONLY $4 9s It's always a pleasure and a privilege to serve you, and we hope your holiday season is filled with laughter, merriment, celebration and good times with family and friends. Merry Christmas! 648-2191 Graduation. The Sheriff's Office received this car after a drug arrest by the Georgia State Patrol, LaGrange Post 2 on January 6, 2000. Troopers stopped the 1997 Ford Cobra on 1-85 for speed- ing and after issuing a cita- tion, noticed an odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. After receiving consent to search the vehicle, troop- ers found suspected marijua- na and methamphetamine, along with a bottle of valium pills, inside the car. The car was seized by the State Patrol and two subjects were arrested and brought to the sheriff's office where the Troup County Drug Unit interviewed them. The vehicle was confis- cated with assistance from the District Attorney's Office, Coweta Judicial Circuit. "The vehicle is being used by our D.A.R.E. Officer, Corporal George Cotton to show his fifth grade D.A.R.E. students one of the penalties for having drugs in Troup County," says Sheriff Turner. ROGER'S BAR,B.QUE Just off 1-85 Exit 28 Dail Suy__00gg_00_ 00ecials Served 5 *M - 9 PM Phone: (706) 637-4100 Fax: (706) 637-4114 *Owned and operated by Eddie W. S'#iblin 'Twas the unlimited nights and weekends before C:hristmas FOR JUST s20 PLUS A FREE PHONE CELLuLARI00III" W WW.CELLISE.COM GRIFFIN MANCHESTER THOMASTON 1303 West Taylor St. ]140 Warm Springs Hwy. 103 Jeff Davis Rd. 770-412-9100 706-846-2012 706-648-9100 Mort. - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Mon. - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Mort. - Fri. 9:00-6:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 IRONIC TWIST OF FATE - The confiscated drug vehicle is being used by D.A.R.E. Officer Corporal Cotton to show his fifth grade D.A.R.E. students one of the penalties for having drugs in Troup County. Essays Show Insight, Here are the winning stu- dent essays in the D.A.R.E. Program at Hogasnville Elementary. Hi, my name is Ashley and I am a D.A.R.E. student. I first started D.A.R.E. in August. So far I've been in D.A.R.E. for five months. I am going to tell you why you should not do drugs, violence, and join gangs. I le the D.A.R.E. program very much. I feel very com- fortable in D.A.R.E. I feel as if we are all special in our own dif- ferent way. I really think D.A.R.E. is wonderful for fifth graders. It shows us respect for ourselves. It also gives us a high self-esteem. D.A.R.E. has taught me a lot of things like why you should not do drugs and other no good stuff. I learned that if you are crazy enough to do alcohol, mar- ijuana and other drugs, it can cause a lot of damage, like: loss of memory, cancer and the one that really stands out is death. In D.A.R.E., I also learned that the value of life is more impor- tant than money, TV, rings, shoes, and cars. The Role- Models helped me a lot when they said, "You can be anything you want to be if you don't do drugs.". It is important to stay drug- A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company List&l on the New York Stock Exchange - symbol PR Utflimited nights and v,'ekends offer includes $11 monthly access rebate for 12 months. Promotional phone model may vary. New activations only. 12 month service agreement required. Limited time offer. Other fees, taxes, and restrictions may apply. See store for details. free because you will live longer. You will be able to reach your goals and make your dreams come true. I think, if you do not do drugs you can go to college, get a good job, and take care of your family. I wrote this paper because I want people to know why they should not do drugs and vio- lence. When you get in the fifth grade and have D.A.R.E., you will know a little about D.A.R.E. I will graduate from D.A.R.E. on the 18th of December. I earned it and I worked hard. P.S. Don't do drugs! ! ! Thank you. Ashley Bullock Hogansville Elementary Carl Stollar's Class This paper will be about what I learned through the D.A.R.E. program in my fifth - grade school year. I feel the D.A.R.E. program has helped me in many ways. It has taught me to say "NO THANKS" to drugs and alcohol. Officer Cotton taught me about gangs and other types of vio- lence. He has also taught me the many different ways in which to recognize how someone will try to trick you into buying sub- stances that are harmful to your body. I have learned the "8 ways to say NO." Some examples are: Walking away, cold shoulder, and saying "NO THANKS." My learning these examples and more, have helped me to recog- nize signs that will allow me to make healthy "decisions for keeping my body drug-free, and by controlling my actions to keep down violence. Staying drug-free and vio- lence-free is important to my future. I want to make good grades, have many friends, go to college, and have a ful career. In my future, is no room for drug The purpose of this was to give my view on have learned from feel very good about my to stay drug-free and free. I think my future bright because Carmen Hogansville Chuck Brazell's To take a stand, it to fight pressure, not use talk to kids about not drugs and by doing make a big difference in community. One of the reasons I nevertme drugs is because lost a lot of family drugs. Smoking weed my uncle to wreck his car. car crash almost killed When you use drugs you're only hurting yourself. The ond reason I choose not drugs is because it is bad! your health. Smoking weed l your brain cells. Smoking rettes can cause cancer probably a lot of other things. My last reason I choose! to use drugs is because they cause you to hurt other Some people drugs theysteal, bq;t, or kill to get a fix. ............ So finally, I cometo a sion, I will never use After you get through my paper, I hope you'll with me. I dare you to stand, a stand against dru violence. Steven Gwen McIntosh's WESI: Georgia Technical College wishes you a bright future filled with all your dreams come true. IF you are bored with your lob and_lust don't know what you want to do, .just give us a call. , WE can help you identify your skills and decide on a future. We will help you achieve your job and career goals. SO give yourself a great Christmas present. Give yourself the gift of a great future by calling us today. PLEASE accept our best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday. H WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive LaGrange 706.845.4323 www.westga.tec.ga.us