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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 2003 PAGE 3-A , Pizza , Parmesan , Calz^nes (plant & Chicken) ,o,,,,,: INKA .Other SpecJaltyJ Pasta Wshes , AI Pet!zm .,otw,!ss ' ,Domstic ' PIZZERIA & PUB. , Spaghetti: 3830 Whitehom Parkway * aarm Springs, GA 706.655.2300 , Great Service Lasagna OPEN LATE EVERY DAY All dough & sauces Monday. Thursday * 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Handicap Facilities are made FRESH in Friday & Saturday. 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Enjoy Our our kitchen! Sunday * 12 Noon to 10 p.m. Covered Deck. Special Express Lunch Menu Mon. thru Fri., Extensive"To.Go" Menu WORK- Senior students at Flint River Academy stand with Craig Williamson, right, pastor of 1st Baptist Church of Manchester who serves on the steering com- of the West Georgia Developmental Disabilities Ministries. The new home built Manchester on Chalybeate Springs Road or Hill Street is owned by Georgia Baptist and is the project of several local churches in Manchester. The senior class at :A chose to use their senior class money to purchase household items needed by the are expected to move into the home in April. HELPING- BellSouth Telephone Pioneers local Tri- County Council recently donated boxes of books to the Luthersville Library. Librarian and Pioneer partner LaVerne Mallory of Grantville and Imogene Murphy of Luthersville agreed library is always glad to receive good books and recent magazines donated for the use of the patrons of the library. away Foundation, Macedonia Lal00t to Habitat for Humanity B N6.() Thanks to the Callaway lation and Macedonia tist Church in [anchester, : Christmas ame'etIg"fi  'I/a'offat for [umanity in Meriwether A donation of land from Ich of them has given the Habitat Affiliate about and one-half acres of land build houses with families need in Meriwether The property, in , is bordered by htsville Road, Short :and Campbell Heights Rev. Bob Prate]; Director of :at for Humanity in y, says that y drawings indi- that the local affiliate !d be able to build 8 hous- on this property with gen- lots. At 2 houses per year, this Habitat for :umanity in Meriwether ' would have sustained property for 4 in Manchester. Having buildable sites been one of the problems filiate has encoun- according to Rev. This is the third granting of property by the Callaway Foundation and the first major involvement from the 'Macedonia Baptist Church. "We are most appreciative of the generosity of these two organizations. Their gifts will multiply as we build sim- ple, decent and affordable houses with families in need in Meriwether County," Rev. Prater says. The City of Manchester" recently received a CDBG Block Grant to improve the streets and utilities in the area where this property is located. City Manager Danny Walton says that the gifting of this property to Habitat for Humanity comes at a very opportune time as the city can prepare the infrastructure for the project before it is begun. Rev. Prater indicated that Habitat for Humanity and the City of Manchester will be coordinating their efforts to satisfy both the CDBG Block Grant and Habitat's needs. Preliminary site work should begin shortly after the first of the year so that the City of Manchester can do their work and be finished before building begins, probably in September of 2004. Costing approximately $45,000 each, the eight hous- es planned or this project should be valued at $75,000 - $85,0oo. Property taxes, along with utility payments, will bring additional revenue to the City of Manchester. Habitat for Humanity in Meriwether County, a non- profit, Christian housing min- istry building simple, decent and affordable houses with families in need, has been in operation since 1998 and has built 8 houses, 4 of which are in Manchester. Itis an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International which is the largest partner- ship building ministry in the world. The local affiliate is dependant on donations of land, money, building mate- rials, expertise and labor, to fulfill its mission. AmeriCan Legion Post 1 52 133 American Legion Road, Hogansville Highway 29, 1.5 Miles North of City Limits 706-637-5742 For more information, contact Rev. Bob Prater, Executive Director, at 706- 672-4007. Donations may be sent to Habitat for Humanity in Meriwether County, P.O. Box 897, Manchester, Georgia 31816. Ricky G. Moran and are proud the upcoming Moran- Brown marriage of their daughter, Ashley Amanda, to Jonathan Alan Brown. Ashley Amanda Moran and Jonathan Alan Brown Ashley is the grand- daughter of James "Pete" and Joyce Moran and Johnny and Jean Waddell. She is the great:grand- daughter of Ettnice and the late Witt Waddell and Inez and the late Howard O'Neal. Jonathan is the son of Richard "Bucky" and Pam Brown and Dianne Mason. He is the grandson of Jesse and the late Robert Brown and Grace and the late Arthur Geter. The wedding will take place Jan. 3 at Northside Baptist Church in Manchester. The reception will follow at the Roosevelt Institute Club House in Warm Spi'ings. No formal invitations are being sent, friends and fam- ily are welcome to attend. '|*|1 Jl':|ll_ For $3,000 0fi With Phone Application 1505 LaFayee Parkway, LaGrange 706-884-2444 , ::: www,AmericasHomePlace.com   A Gift This Year! America's Home Place II i -'lla;]i;il___ :Jt.nd, i.m'm :[.idel---iL'li [4i :iiiii ___ :[.li,n.],li:.,il._ Monday a Tuesday December291h &3Oth at "7:,,0 p.m. $1,OOO COVER ALL JACKPOT EACH NIGHTI. 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