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PAGE 2 HOGANSV HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2000, * HOGANSVILLE'S * ROGER'S BAR,B.QUE Just off 1-85 Exit 28 11AM . 2PM Home Cooked Vegetables, Choice oi Meat, 2 Veg. Bread & Dessert 0100LY '49s Served 5 m - 9 P" Phone: (706) 637-4100 Fax: (706) 637-4114 *Owned and operated by Eddie VV Striblin Yule Tree Recycling Set for Jan. 6 Hogansville families can give a gift to nature this holiday season. Keep Troup Beautiful invites you to "Bring One for the Chipper" and recycle your Christmas tree after the holidays. As part of a statewide effort to reuse Christmas trees, Keep Troup Beautiful has joined with state spon- sors The Home Depot, Georgia Power, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, WXIA TV (Atlanta's NBC affiliate) and the Davey Tree Expert Company to spon- sor the 10th annual "Bring One for the Chipper" program. Troup County residents can drop off Christmas trees at West Georgia Commons Mall or one of the Troup County Convenience Centers (Christmas trees only, no yard clip- pings or yard trash). All trees accepted for recycling must be free of boards, nails, stands, tinsel and all ornaments. The trees will be chipped into mulch. As a thank you for recycling your Christmas tree on Saturday, January 6, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. at West Georgia Commons Mall, free hardwood seedlings will be given to anyone recycling their tree. If you drop off your tree at one 0f the other locations prior to January 6, stop by on that Saturday and you can still get a free hardwood seedling. "This annual event diverts more than 300,000 Christmas trees annual- ly from landfills," said David Whitley, Chair of Keep Troup Beautiful pro- grain. "The trees will be recycled into mulch and people are welcome to pick up mulch on the 6th." The Christmas tree mulch will be available on January 6th at the land- fill on Greenville Road from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., weather permit- ting. SINCE 1991, "Bring One for the Chipper" has collected more than two million trees and provided one mil- lion tree seedlings to participants. Last year, 271,640 trees were recy- cled. The program produces tangible environmental benefits while help- ing local governments comply with state regulations that prohibit the dis- posal of yard trimmings in munici- pal landfills. According to Whitley, the recy- cling sites in Troup County are among the 400 plus sites throughout Georgia. The "Bring One for the Chipper" is sponsored locally by the City of LaGrange, City of West Point, City of Hogansville, Troup County govern- ment, and Keep Troup Beautiful. The LaGrange Junior Women's Club and Explorer Post 118 will be supporting the effort by providing volunteers to assist with the chipping and seedling distribution. OTHER organizations or individ- uals interested in helping or for more information, contact the Keep Troup Beautiful office at (706) 884-9922. ! : Happy New Year to You... Happy New Year to You... t Happy New Year Everybody... Happy New Year to You! " We hope everything in this new year ,- will be exciting, and that all your dreams = will come true! Genera C.,mtractors ' Commercial Residential Metal Buildings Remodel Terry Hester ' 37 Ridgeview Terrace, LaGrange 884-2724 ". First Baptist Active With Holiday Events By Patti Phillips Remember the sick, shut-ins and bereaved in prayer daily. Thought For The Day: Xmas X is the Greek letter that is the first letter of Christ's namewrit- ten in Greek. It has been a sym- bol for Christ since the Middle Ages. The S.S. lesson for Dec. 17th was, Gift of the Savior (Luke 2: 1-15, 20) with the KeyBible verse "And she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and- placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn. (Luke 2:7.) Worship With the Word was by Brittney Bartrose ((Isaiah 9:6-7) Rev. Harold Willis had the Children's Sermon. Due to illness of many Choir members and the Cold weath- er, THE ADULT Choir ChristmasCantata, "Glorious Joy", scheduled for 7 P.M. on Dec. 17th was rescheduled to Christmas Eve morning. Also, we will have the Call To Worship, "Christmas Isn't Christmas Til It Happens In Your Heart" by Beverly Phillips Rhodes and her Daughter, Meredith of Brooks. Beverly will also render the Solo, "O Holy Night." There were no evening serv- ices at our church on Dec. 17, 24 and 31. The Children S.S. Classes held their Christmas party at the church Dec. 22nd and each child brought a $5 gift for a boy or girl. Rev. Willis' sermon Sunday morning was, "On Earth, Peace" (Luke 2: 4-14.) This is aseries about the great words of Christmas. The acrostic for Pray is: Praise, Repent, Ask and Yield. The Callaway Athletic Softball banquet was Dec. 13th at Golden Corral in La Grange. Congratulations to: Sarah Palmer on winning her Second Bar, she has lettered 3 years and also got her Senior Plaque. PUBLIC HEARING The following represents the Monthly Zoning Agenda of request to be considered by the Troup county Board of Zoning Appeals & Planning Commission (BOZAPC) meeting on January 11, 2001 at 10:00 A.M. and the Troup County Board of Commissioners (BOC) meeting on January 16, 2001 at 9:00 A.M. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioners Chambers located at 900 Dallis Street, LaGrange, GA. All written and oral comments are invited concerning this matter. For more information call (706) 883-1650. Appellants Name & Board & Property Location Request Hearing Date Rezonings 1. Charles Whitaker/ Edd 100 Carnegie Place Fayette, GA 30214 Applicant wishes to rezone 46.33 acres from A-100 (Agrkxdtm) m R-100 (Residential) for the purpose of developing a subdivision fronting on Newton RdYPyne Rd. intersection BOZAPC January II, 2001 10:00 a.m. & BOC January 16, 2001 9:00 a.m. 2 Holland M. Ware 212 Maple Street Hogansviile, GA 30230 Applicant wishes to rezone 7290 acres from A-100 (Agricultural) to C-100 (Commercial) to bring property into conformance with adjoining properties fronting on Sims Rd. BOZAPC January 11, 2001 10:00 a.m. & BOC January 16, 2001 9:00 a.m. 3. Ralph Todd Pike 115 American Legion Rd. Hogansville, GA 30230 Applicant wishes to rezone 1 acre from A-IO0 (Agricultural) tO 1-100 (Industrial) for the purpose of having a wrecker service fronting on American Legion Rd. .sion Review 1 St. Andrews Place, Preliminary Developer: Jerry Ballard Communities Lots: 48 Location: Newton RdJPyne Rd. Intersection Bonds Required BOZAPC January 11, 2001 10:00 a.m. & BOC January 16, 2001 9:00 a.m. Georgia law requires that all parties who have made campaign contributions to any member of the Troup County Board of Commissioners in excess of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) within two (2) years immediately preceding the fil- ing of any of the following rezoning request, and who desire to appear at the public hearing in opposition to rezoning application shall, at least five (5) days prior to the public hearing file a campaign contribution report with theTroup County Building, Zoning & Planning Department. Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin, Joanie, Katie & Brad of Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Irvin, Cliff, Kenny and his Stepson Justin of Winston, Kevin & Laura Bradley of Roswell, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Maxwell, Sarah & Kendra Palmer & Alvin & Bob Irvin, all from Hogansville attended the Bradley Family Christmas Dec. 16th in La Grange at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Bradley. THE ADULT CHOIR of the HogansviUe First Baptist Church had their Christmas Party at thehome of Rev. & Mrs. Ron Howard at Moreland Saturday night, Dec. the 16th. The evening of delicious food, Christian love, friendship and =fellowship with stories of Christmases and other memo- ries from some of those pres- ent were told. Choir members and family members in attendance were: Rev. Harold and Belle Willis, Lewis, Mavis and Patti Phillips, Myriam Turbyfield, Jim and Lynn Campbell, Evelyn Spivey, Joe and Sondra Lee, Rev. Ron and Connie Howard, and Macy and MadisonFoster. Also, Larry and Cheryl Beckom of Newnan. The Candy Cane: the legend is... It was invented by Christians in England in the 17th century. At that time the gov- ernmentwould not let people celebrate Christmas. So a candy maker made candy shaped like ashepherd's crook to be a secret symbol of Jesus. The three small stripes rep- resent the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The large redstripe is for the life of Jesus, that he gave for US. By Deborah L. NEW GREENVILLE POLICE HEADQUARTERS - Chief Williams of the Greenville Police Department is happy to hear news that his department will soon occupy the building above at 402 LaGrange Street. Former Senator Render Hill graciously offered the city the use of this building until ipal center can be constructed. Pictured above are (left to Chief Williams; Dr. W. Clyde Williams, Deputy Assistant Mayor; Lt. Kenny Knox; and Dr. Jack Davis, President of National Institute for Human Development. New DARE Car Shown At Troup County Sheriff Donny Turner 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. 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 methamI along with a bottle of pills, inside the car. A The car was seized by ttl] sub State Patrol and two ,je were arrested and brough the sheriff s office where tJll Troup County Drug b interviewed them.  The vehicle was con cated with assistance f iii the Dlstrmt Attorn i i*:ii Office, Coweta Jud Circuit.  "The vehicle is being by our D.A.R.E. Offi Corporal George Cotton show his fifth grade students one of the for having drugs in County," says Sheriff 4 '1 " Time to get ready, a new year is near, ,, Time to reflect on the passing year. "tbrhen the clock strikes twelve, " Get set to cheer-- A world of possibilities And a brand new year! At WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE we know anything possible. Start your new year with the beginning of a new career. Call us today to find out how. o VVESTGEOROA 303 Fort Drive LaGrange 706.845.4323 TECHNICAL COLLEGE www.westga.tec.ga.us