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HOGANSVlI2 HOME NEWS - THURSDAY DEC. 26 2002 By Brfan A HAPPY OCCASION - The Kent Family of Hogansville enjoyed their family Christmas Party Dec. 14 at the Corinth Methodist Church fellowship. Pictured above is mother, Odessa Kent (sitting, right) and six of her children. (sitting-left) Peggy Seymour; (stand- ing, L-R) Agnes Driessens, Jack Kent, LeRoy Kent, Rose Bone and Mary Gladney. Not pictured but present is Skeet Kent. By Bryan GeW THIS IS WHAT I GOT - Johnnie Kent (L) of Franklin and Francis Driessens of Hogansville show the presents they received at the annual Kent Christmas Party. Area Woman To Receive Scholarship LaGrange College senior Ann Bernice Rhodes of Hogansville recently received a $3,500 scholarship from United Parcel Service and the Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges, Inc. A 1999 graduate of Callaway High School, Rhodes is an early childhood education major and the daughter of Alma Rhodes. Students are selected as UPS Scholars based on finan- cial need and academic achievement. More than 665 private institutions through- out the country awarded UPS scholarships this year, total- ing more than $2 million. The scholarships are funded annually by the UPS Educational Endowment Fund, which has generated nearly $30 million in schol- arship support since its inception. Last year, UPS also distributed an additional $1.1 million in grants for pro- grams that improve educa- tional services for students and encourage collaboration among colleges. WELCOME- Hunter Gaddy announces the birth of his baby brother, Houston Bryce Gaddy. Their proud parents are John and Ashley Gaddy of Hogansville. Houston was born November 18. He weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Their grandparents are Debbie Staley of Hogansville, Mike St•Icy of St. Cloud, Fla., and Clinton and Frances Gaddy of Hogansville. Great- gnts are Ms. Rubye Staley and Ms. Myrtle Gaddy of Hogansviile. Residential Mortgage 5,24% FIXED 30 Year P00s;'dpntiaJ Mortgage ,:4AL 00'6-672-1361 00UI!,ANCE AGENCY  P.O. Box 789 Phone 706-672-13d 1 * Fox 706-672-1028 E-rrmil: ojrcgi tOutfsotdh.oam 1-800-553-900 GREENVILLEIi 109 Court PAGE 3-A Need a New Job? See Pages 6-7 American Legion Post 152 133 American Legion Rd., Hogansville Gala New Years Eve. Party Tuesday, December 31 ,,d" Make Your Reservations Now! 8:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. • Baked Ziti Diner, Salad Rolls & Beverage 10:00 p.m. - 2 a.m. • Country Music w/The New River Band 12 midnight. • Champange Toast 2 a.m ..... • Full Breakfast • Party Favors Provided • Reservations Required • Payment Must Be Made At Time of Reservation • Single $25, Couple $40 For Reservations & Info: 637-5440 , , ,,,,, , Want Your Home Or Property Sold? ll Play Arot? Give it  e.onwe m M== L-,Gm Ma-Um (160+ ) •  G=rot M=lti-Li (9,000+ =p==) II TI= RI Elum Book,  ia Coweta & Fayctm &Woddwide! • Weekly  Advertising • reakoc.com (woddwide) • Bel0M/ng Jan. I, 2003: www.adc-w-luam-.€om • Toll le: 1-888-341-45Z7. • l==n ==== ==ay ’mw kl pmpmi= II 24/7  availability. ONE!- Joseph Neese cel- ebrated his first birthday on Dec. 9 with a party at his home. He is the son of Darrell Neese and Tami Neese. Schools Busy With Activities Troup County School System will have a teacher workday and the students will have a holiday on January 6. LaGrange High School will have Open House on January 14 at 6:00 p.m. West Side Magnet School will have an evening sym- phony on January 14 at 6:30 p.m. Troup County School System will be closed on Monday, January 20th in observance of the MLK Birthday Holiday. VJOBS CAREERS CAUTION: Putting your best foot forward may result in a big head. _ Regis t.er Now] Winter Classes BeqJn January 6, 2003" EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY., Enhance your employment opportunities in fields such as Fire Science, Police Science, or First Response. • Certificate requires 15 credit hours for graduation ADVANCED WELDING SPECIALIST.,, Designed for students to further education after completing a Basic Welding Certificate • certificate requires 30 credit hours for graduation AUTOMOTIVE AIR CONDffiONING,_ Trains you to be an air conditioning technician • certificate requires 15 credit hours for graduation PARMACY ASSISTANT,,, New Program • certificate requires 35 credit hours for graduation MARKETING MANAGEMENT,. Graduates find employment as sales representatives, store managers, buyers, merchandise managers, display advertisers • 88 credit hours for your diploma • 98 credit hours for your degree iNDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL TECHN1CtAN_ Cetificate which reinforces occupational on-the-job knowledge • training of mechanical technician skills • requires 20 credit hours GENERAL MACHINISt,, Prepares a graduate for entry-level employment in general machinery • 20 credit hours for graduation 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-2S2-2421 www.chasestaffing .corn EOE