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Garage Sale Special Wednesday, January 9, 2013 April 10, 2013 Place your Garage Sale ad in The Newnan-Times Herald and receive a 25 percent discount off regular ad rates. MyConnection 6 lines, 3 days in The NewnanTimes-Herald plus online at 29.85 $ Published every Wednesday and delivered free by The Newnan Times-Herald Check Out the Classifieds on Page 7 ➤ ➤ Call Today! 770-253-1576 or Email Coweta’s Dancing Stars benefit right around the corner Annual event benefits The Community Welcome House By STAFF REPORTS C oweta’s Dancing Stars, sponsored by Toyota of Newnan and benefiting The Community Welcome House in Newnan, is right around the corner. Coweta’s Dancing Stars will be held April 17th, 7 pm at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road. The Community Welcome House is a transitional facility that provides shelter for families in need following domestic abuse. The program assists residents with room and board, food, medical care, child care, counseling and much more. The 2013 contestants, who have been rehearsing for months, have been split up between three different dance studios for the first time in the show’s history: Elite Dance Force, Newnan School of Dance and Star Dance Studio. They are: Emily Mitchell – Emily’s Skincare and Spa (dance partner Chad Wood), Thad Spates – Cargill (dance partner Kristi Fenninger), Christy Stout – Moab Fighting Concepts (dance partner Laura Goss), Zane Scarborough – Lighthouse Counseling Center (dance partner Peggy Bern), Jackie Terrail – 85 South (dance partner Dan Ricketts), Mark Photo SUBMITTED Contestants, from left to right: Emily Mitchell, Thad Spates, Cindy Brooks, Allen Bennett, Kristi Fenninger, Leighann McGuffey, David Kent, Christy Stout, Zane Scarborough, Peggy Bern, Brad Binion, Brandy Lambrou and Ivory Garrett. Fetner – Springhill Suites Newnan (dance partner Monica Millians), Brandy Lambrou – Wesley Woods (dance partner Callie Schau), Brad Binion – Newnan Utilities (dance partner Leighann McGuffey), Cindy Brooks – Re/Max Results (dance partner Allen Bennett), and David Kent – Cancer Treatment Centers of America (dance partner Ivory Garrett). Tickets are available for the dancing show and available by visiting Tickets purchased on the website will be available the night of the show. For more information, call Judi Alvey at 770-559-2381 (judi_alvey@cable. or Samantha Brazie at 770820-5559 ( Preferred seating tickets are $20, lower level. General admission tickets are $10, upper level. Tickets are also available for purchase (cash only) at Toyota of Newnan. There are two ways contestants can win this contest: the People’s Choice Awards and Judges Awards. A People’s Choice award will be given to the contestant with the most votes. Each vote costs $1, and fans can vote online by visiting Community Welcome House’s website. As of the most recent count, leaders in the People’s Choice category are Brad Binion, Jackie Terrail and Zane Scarborough. Taste of Newnan returning April 18 Newnan’s popular Taste of Newnan food festival returns to the Court Square on Thursday, April 18 for the spring edition.   The event showcases local restaurants and caterers and gives attendees the opportunity to sample foods that these businesses do best. The bi-annual “Taste” brings more than 8,000 people into the downtown area for the event, held between the hours of 5 and 8:30 p.m.   All local restaurants and caterers with a physical location in Coweta county are encouraged to partici- i n s i de pate. The application is available online at www.mainstreetnewnan. com and can be found under the “Event Applications” tab. For more information visit www. or call 770-253-8283. Recipes Y ou Can Feel Goo d About ➤ PAGE 4 Turkey Tortellini Soup FAMILY FOOD You Can Feel Good About A Family Features lmost half of American adults say they need to change their diets so they can improve overall healthfulness, according to a survey by The NPD Group. But no matter how whole­some something is, if it doesn’t taste good, no one will want to eat it. To help make sure your family has a nutrition-minded diet that still delivers on taste, stock up on delicious but guiltless ingredients such as: n Colorful fruits and veggies — Nutritious produce brings vitamins, Pictured above, scenes from the 2012 Taste of Newnan NEED CASH NOW? GET IT TODAY! Let Us Pay Off Your Loan - Saving You 100’s of Dollars! • No Credit Check • Fast Approval • No Long Term Obligations • Bankruptcy OK • No Prepayment Penalty Charges • Check In Minutes minerals and fiber to the table. Keep snack-ready apples, bananas, grapes, pears, berries and oranges visible and within reach, so they’re easy to grab when the kids get hungry. Look for ways to add veggies to dishes, like unique soup or sandwich recipes. n Whole grains — Whole grains have more fiber, which is important for heart and digestive health. Look for whole grain sandwich breads, pitas, pastas and pizza crusts. Experiment with side dishes using whole grains, such as brown rice, quinoa or barley. n Herbs and spices — Watching 0% * Interest FREE 30 Days *Restrictions Apply. EST LOWTE** RA sodium intake is also important for heart health. In addition to using lower sodium ingredients, you can boost flavor with herbs and spices. Oregano, basil, garlic, cumin, chili powder, thyme and rosemary can be used to flavor soups, meats and fish, and can be mixed into a small amount of fat-free mayonnaise to dress up sandwiches. Fortunately, it’s easy to find recipes that have great tasting, whole­some ingredients. The recipes listed on page 4 use premium turkey, chicken and ham deli meats, which you can find behind the deli counter at your grocery store. TITLE PAWN 1690 Hwy. 34 East, Suite B Newnan, GA 30265 770-253-3330 159 Temple Ave., Suite C Newnan, GA 30263 770-683-9001 **Principal Reduction Guarantee

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