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PAGE 2-A HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL ~ ~SDAY, FEB. 11, 2010 'Taste of Pine Mountain' iiii{ii~!iiii!i !i!!i!i!i Interested in advancing your education !!i!!iii!:ii!ii:~it~ without sacrificing your family and career? ii~iii:i Troy University can help. ii " Associate, bachelor's and master's degree programs !iiiiiii~ ~:~:~:~ .... .... Flexible evening, weekend and online classes !::i:i!i!::~ ii i!iii!i!i!iii!ili~i ~:ii~:~;~: Programs designed for working adults iii:i!iiii i!i:iiiii: Affordable tuition NA, TA and Financial Aid accepted) ii::~i~iiii ii~!! iiil ~:,:::,: Earn your degree fa~tor--five terms per year Continuing education programs available Returns Friday, Feb. 19 By PAM AVERY Once again, the Pine Mountain Merchants Group will host an evening of good food and unique shopping Friday evening, February 19, from 6-9 pm. Always a favorite among locals and visi- tors alike, this year's "A Taste of Pine The highlight of this year's event would be the addition of a new shop - The Cat's Meow, which is relocating from Hamilton into the historical Kimbrough Brothers General Store building. The new Pine Mountain business will feature for the first time the delicious cuisine from The Farmhouse Restaurant in Ellerslie. TROY UNIVERSITY. A future of opportunities NOW ENROLUNG FOR OUR UPCOMING TERM Contact the Ft. Banning/Columbus Site 706-685-5724 tgetz@troy.edu troy.edu . Mountain", will be bigger than ever, featur- :, ing almost 25 shops and restaurants. ~:: According to event organizer Bruce i:i: Thompson, "We're expecting a huge turnout In addition, another first will be the home- town fare from the Chipley Woman's Club Cookbook served up at Main Street Emporium. again. We had over S00 guests attend our 'first come, first serve event' last year, in fact we had to turn people away...so it is wise to buy tickets early." Tickets are $10 each and are available in limited quantities at Sweet Home Antiques, Pine Mountain Loft and Gallery, and Main Street Emporium. Call 1-877-565-3916 Don't Miss This Special Valentines Day Event: This Sunday, February x4th at o:3o am @ Mountain Shadows MSCC is located two miles north of Hamilton, GA off of Hwy next the the Valley Inn. By Angela Ahmed A BIG MESS - A log truck traveling north on Georgia Hwy85 flipped over on its side late Monday morning. The accident happened in Talbot County just a few miles south of Manchester. No injuries were reported. At the scene officers stopped traffic, while road crews cleaned up the debris. Wreckers arrived on scene with chains to try to flip the truck back up. Causes of the accident were unknown. More Astronomical Excitement: and Venus Align Next Week By ANDY KOBER Have heart area sky watchers, though no meteor showers are on the horizon - figuratively speaking - a celestial event is taking place next week. Tuesday, Feb. 16 will bring the conjunction of the plan- ets Jupiter and Venus. From the Harris County viewing area, their respec- tive orbits will bring the two bright planets within a degree of each other. The viewing angle will require that you look very close to the Sun. The conjunction of Jupiter and Venus will be best viewed as the Sun is setting. Look slightly above and to the Motorcycle Gathering left of the Sun. Remember, never look directly at the Sun with unprotected eyes as it can quickly and permanently damage your eyes. Though meteors can be seen almost anytime and without warning, the next sig- nificant meteor shower will But Without the Lingerie Models By JOHN KUYKENDALL The sixth annual Celebration of Motorcycles will return to Warm Springs on April 24- 25, but this year's event will be a little differ- e4at.., there will not be a swim suit or lingerie show. Dan Forrest, owner of Xtreme Rider, told the Warm Springs city council during its Monday night meeting that "mistakes made last year at the event will not happen this year." "I want you to make sure that the band does not start until I p.m. on Sunday after church is out," Mayor Sheila Lee told Forrest. "I also want to make sure there will not be any swim suit or lingerie models at the event." "We learned from our mistakes last year," Forrest said. "There will not be any lingerie models, the entire event will be held on our prop- erty, we will have people there directing riders to the proper parking areas, and I will post signs that say 'no alcoholic beverages allowed.'" Council member Gerri Thompson told Forrest she felt the signs should also point out that the city will "strict- ly enforce its open container ordinance' during the event. The event will include two bands, vendors, free refresh- ments and a leather fashion show by the Xtreme Girls. However, Forrest said that only the leather items sold at Xtreme Riders would be included in the fashion show. The event will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 24 and conclude at 6 p.m. It will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday and is expected to end at 6 p.m. The event will take place just one week after the city's Spring Fling festival. Three Arrested, One Sought in BurlgaryRing Continued From Page 1A dence. We found a large amount of marijuana pack- aged and ready for distribu- tion and cash of over $1,500 at the residence. "We also found a weapon at the residence and the two people there were both con- victed felons, so they were taken into custody. "We also found several flat screen televisions that had been taken in burglaries at CaUaway Gardens. Several of the televisions have still not been found." According to Presley, a Butts Mill Read burglary has also been cleared because of the investigation. "We believe other burgla- ries will be cleared as we con- tinue the investigation." 'The Sheriff's Office arrested Demarian Tucker, 26, and Morris Tucker (no age given) at the Nelson Road address on Jan. 27. Later as the investigation continued, the Sheriff's Office arrested Kenneth Hudson, 21. All three have been charged with several counts of burglary and other charges. The Sheriff's Office has issued warrants for the arrest of Carlos Moss of Pine Mountain. Moss is described as being five feet, 10 inches tall, medium build, short hair and medium colored skin. "The LaGrange Police Department, Meriwether County Sheriff's Office, Tcoup County Sheriff's Office and other area law enforce- ment agencies are helping us follow up on leads to find Moss," Presley said. "We are asking citizens that might know the where- abouts of Moss to contact the Sheriff's Office by calling (706) 628-4211. We will glad- ly follow up on any leads and appreciate any help that can be given." 4.H'ers Attend Conference, Help Military Continued From Page 1A both girls participated in making Hero Packs for mili- tary kids. This is a joint pro- gram with the military and Georgia 4-H called Operation Military Kids. Military kids from a predetermined coun- ty in Georgia were to receive the backpacks. 4-H'ers filled the back- packs with items such as pens, books, 4-H dog tags, Frisbees, information brochures and much more. These 4-H'ers enjoyed putting the backpacks togeth- er and want to do the program for military kids in Harris County. Susannah recalls about the event, "I loved going to Rock Eagle because I met new people from other coun- ties and we had a great time .learning new things." "I loved going there (Rock Eagle) and meeting new peo- ple," said Victoria. "Meeting new people builds character and I hope to see them again at 4-H things." The event was chaper- oned by Adrianne Cox, Extension Agent. For more information about how to get involved in Harris County 4-H, contact 706-628-4824 or visit www.ugaextension.com/har- ris.