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2A ♦ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 Community Events ■ FVSU HORSEMANSHIP COURSE - Horse lovers, and beginner riders too, can sign up now for a horse manship workshop at Fort Valley State University’s Equine Center on campus from Tuesday - Dec. 4. For more than a dozen classes, workshop participants pay $5 to take two-hour lessons on Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. Participants will be taught how to guide horses in a clo verleaf pattern around bar rels and weave them around poles. They can also learn how to ride a horse while it’s walking or trotting back and fourth in an arena. Families are encouraged to take the two-hour sessions together. Children as young as 3 years old can participate. All chil dren must be accompanied by an adult. There will be an informal horse show at the end of the three months where participants compete in timed events that test lessons they’ve learned. Awards will be given. To register, contact Dr. Curtis Borne at 478-825-6262 or ■ FMMS BLOOD DRIVE - A Red Cross blood drive will be hosted by at Feagin Mill Middle School Sept. 6 from 2-7 p.m. The drive will be held in the school cafeteria. Those wishing to donate blood are encouraged to make an appointment by contacting the Feagin Mill Middle School Health Technician, Liz Tosi, at 478- GNFA Calendar Today - Monday ■ Georgia Federation of Saddle Clubs Championship Show ■ Reaves Arena, Barns ■ Estimated number of Lasek “No Blade” Vision Correction •Safest Method Of Laser Correction •Eye Heals Completely •Improved Visual Quality •Successful Treatment for Astigmatism •FREE Screening. LASER vs. LASIK Depth Comparison Are You A Candidate? Call Today 478-923-5872 External Layer ■ iLhhhmhi Z)r. Johnny Gayton 216 Corder Road Warner Robins, GA 478-923-5872 1-800-NEW-VISION 953-0430, Ext. 34448. Drop in appointments are also wel come. Feagin Mill Middle is located at 1200 Feagin Mill Road in Warner Robins. For more information, contact Principal Dr. Jesse Davis at or 478- 953-0430. ■ NHS ELECTIONS - Northside High School will hold a School Council election Sept. 10 at 6 p.m. in the media center. Four parent representatives will be elected. Two of the repre sentatives will be elected to for a two-year term and two representatives would serve one-year terms. Meetings are held quarterly. Interested parents must be present on the night of the election to be nominated and selected. Northside High is located at 926 Green Street in Warner Robins. For more informa tion, contact Principal Robin Hines at or 478-929-7858. ■ PMS ELECTION - Periy Middle School will hold a School Council elec tion Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the gym. One parent rep resentative will be elected. The term of office is two years with meetings held quarterly. Interested parents must be present on the night of the election to be nomi nated and selected. Perry Middle is located at 495 Perry Parkway in Periy. For more information, contact Principal Thomas Moore at or 478- 988-6285. people is set at 8,168 ■ Information: 770-445- 5696 18th Georgia National Fair Oct. 4-14 We Also Have In-house Financing & Work with Patients Regardless Of Budget 1101 N. 4th Street Cordele, GA. 31015 229-273-0435 ■ WRMS ELECTIONS - Warner Robins Middle School will hold a School Council election Sept. 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the lunchroom. Two parent representatives and two parent/business partner representatives will be elected. The term of office is one to two years. Warner Robins Middle is located at 425 Mary Lane, Warner Robins. For more infor mation, contact Principal Dr. Donald Warren at or 478- 929-7832. ■ RETIRED EDUCATORS CELEBRATION - Plans have been announced for the celebration of the 50th birth day of the Georgia Retired Educators Association. The group will meet Sept. 12 at Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q, 811 Russell Parkway, Warner Robins. The meeting begins at 11 a.m. with Dutch treat lunch at 11:30 a.m. State dues for the organization are $24. Local dues are $lO. ■ NES ELECTIONS - Northside Elementary School will hold a school council election for two parent/business members Sept. 13, at 5 p.m. in the media center. Meetings for the 2007-08 school year have also been scheduled. Meetings will be held at 5 p.m. in the media center. They are: Sept. 20, Nov. 15, Jan. 17, 2008 and April 17, 2008. Northside Elementary is located at 305 Sullivan Road in Warner Robins. ■ ■ www.georgianational Teresa B. Hawk Communications Assistant Eyesight Associates Massee Clinic, Suite G Fitzgerald, GA. 31750 229-423-0481 NO m WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES? The major advantage of Lasek is that the procedure avoids cutting a flap, which contributes to the majority of LASIK complications. LASEK may also be beneficial to patients who have either thin corneas or large eyeglass prescriptions, as improved corneal strength is achieved by preserving additional corneal tissue, in comparison to the LASIK procedure. LOCAL Principal Mary Lou Ezell may be contacted either by e-mail at or by telephone at 478-929- 7816. ■ TES ELECTIONS - The Tucker Elementary School Council will meet Sept. 18 at 5:15 p.m. in the media center. Tucker Elementary is located at 1300 Tucker Road in Perry. For more information, contact Principal Dr. Kim Halstead at or 478-988-6278. ■ QRES ELECTIONS - Quail Run Elementary School has scheduled its school council meetings for the 2007-2008 school year. All meetings are held at 7:15 a.m. in the data room. Meetings are set for: Sept. 18, Nov. 13, Feb. 5, 2008 and April 8, 2008. Parent Barry Vincent is serving as the school council chair person for 2007-08. Quail Run Elementary is located at 250 Smithville Church Road in Warner Robins. For more information, contact Principal Dr. Cheiyl Thomas at or 478-953-0415. ■ HOSPICE CANCER PAD GROUP MEETING - The Hospice Cancer Pad group meets at 9 a.m. the first Wednesday of each month in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church of Perry, located at 1105 Main St. Everyone is welcome. Contact Helen Cleland at 988-9845 for more informa tion. Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter P.O. Box 1367, Perry GA 31069 478-988-6483 Fax 478- 988-1053 wmm mmmm INTEREST* MONTHS!' *With approved credit 440 Taylor’s Mill Road Fort Valley, GA. 31030 478-825-8233 Terry Holmes <B> HYunoni ChcdHJ^The INVENTORY 03' Ford Escape Ws* *B>9s 06' Ford Taurus " ty-ri/M * nnc 1 * 10,303 06' Honda Accord 2DR jp^SiWg*^-.vay /ffSj ' j - : % * '*" **® ! ' /;• * Jg Q’y 05' Hyundai Elantra S» «■» 06' Nissan Centra f _ . *12,987 1 99' Hyundai Elantra I *5,995 06' Hyundai Sonata * i 4,995 06' Ford F-150 Super Crew l&i 129,995 05' Hyundai Santa Fe yfffli^^Mfev... •-. ;•.. i. f *15,878 2 LOCATIONS BMRliMUFfcwy war iter K oofrss 900 Rus««*tl Pfcwy- Rooms 478-922-9131 ; 52845 HOUSTON DAILY JOURNAL Terry Holmes Check OuTThe ifimfroßY 02'Ford F-350 995 Mm « WJr 03' Chevy Cavalier jm -P992? 06' Chevy 1500 j|: ir" Y STK# G1455A $ i 7,995 03' GMC Envoy w - *ri ; S9S* T 04' Ford F-150 i .. . STK# G1247A * 10,594 03' Ford Escort '~*W' jH *4,595 03' Ford Focus SVT pa&^i i . iirmrlfi' STK# 191130 * 10,987 03' Chevy Trailblazer STK# G1392A $ 5,995 06' Ford F-150 4x4 STK#FPIOB6 / *25,495 2 LOCATIONS 999 Ru§s#H Pkwy, Warner RoUm 475^23~44 / D© 900 ftus&eii Pfcwy* Wnmer Robins 13 H