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Senoia bringing back fall Cruisin’ to the Oldies Car Show Pictured are a few of the many “oldies” featured in last year’s Cruisin’ to the Oldies Car Show.

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he 8th annual Cruisin’ to the Oldies Car Show will be returning to downtown Senoia this fall. The event will be held Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Always a popular event, the car show draws entries and visitors from all over Georgia. “The Car Guys,” Scott Sargeant

and Charlie Filkins, will be emceeing the event. The vehicle registration fee is $20 and will begin at 8 a.m. Dash plaques will be presented to the first 250 cars registered. This year’s show will be limited to cars 1987 and older. Entertainment will be sponsored by Toyota of Newnan. The 2013 featured entertainment will

be the “Mustangs,” playing from noon to 3 p.m. The Mustangs perform music from the ‘50s to the ‘70s. The Varsity will be back cooking their all-time favorites. Churn ‘N Scoop will offer homemade ice cream, and additional food vendors will provide hawaiian shaved ice, funnel cakes, cotton

candy and barbecue. Senoia’s downtown merchants and restaurants will be open all day. Awards, door prizes, a 50/50 drawing, shopping, food and fun await at the Senoia downtown event. For more information contact Gail Downs at 770-599-9155 or Suzanne helfman at 770-599-8182.

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Cindy Gibbons, members of her staff and some students at StoneBridge. Front row – Bailey Tschantz, Jazmine Horton and Jacob Brooks. Back row – Jenny Woods holding Wesley Floyd, McKinley Newsome, Cindy Gibbons holding Olivia Soulen, Hudson Brown, Teresa Carlyle holding Dylan Patrick, and Tamara Harmon holding Aniyah Good.

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StoneBridge Early Learning Center in Newnan was awarded the “Quality Rated” status by Bright from the Start of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. StoneBridge is an educational facility specializing in education from birth to five years. It is committed “to providing a nurturing environment enriched with opportunities to encourage every child to excel to his or her highest potential.” A child care center that is “Quality Rated” has agreed to

meet standards that exceed the state’s licensing requirements and is committed to improving the quality of care it provides to children. Heather Allen Hamre, from Georgia Regents University, helped Cindy Gibbons, executive director and co-owner of StoneBridge, and her staff work through the process to become “Quality Rated.” “StoneBridge Early Learning Center serves as a leader in their community,” Hamre said. “The Quality Rated process enabled them to refine their skills and expertise to meet defined national and state best

practice standards.” “The Quality Rated system was designed so that any parent selecting a Quality Rated program can feel confident they have chosen a program for their child that is committed to continuous quality improvement and meeting high quality standards,” she added. “The in-depth assessments through the Quality Rated Program offered guidance on how we could ensure our program exceeds the state’s basic requirements,” said Gibbons. A quality rating is important because it helps Georgia

families find high quality early education and school programs where they can enroll their children. Gibbons recently opened another Stonebridge Early Learning Center at Thomas Crossroads. “For the benefit of the children in the community, hopefully all the child care centers in Coweta will make the commitment to achieve a Quality Rating from the state,” she said. “We are excited to offer the same level of standards at our new location at Thomas Crossroads that just opened this summer.”

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Are you hungry for a sweet treat but don’t have the time or energy to create something from scratch? No -f uss desser t recipes a re su re to del ig ht. Sta r t with convenient ingredients along with store-bought Pou nd C a ke a nd m a ke a fe w e a s y e n h a n c e m e nt s . In no time, you can put together an Easy Trifle, Pound Cake S’Mores, or even a Classic Strawberry Shortcake. With a few extra minutes, you can create a delectable Banana Nut Pound Cake Pudding, or Grilled Pound Cake with Ice Cream, Pineapple and Chocolate Drizzle — perfect for sharing any day of the week. All of these easy recipes can be made with pre-packaged Pound Cake slices found in the freezer section of your local grocery store, too. Pre-sliced and individually-wrapped slices are ideal for making perfectly-portioned desserts or snacks.

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Newnan 2013 Coweta County Fair Coweta County Fairgrounds September 19-28

Family fun including midway rides and shows, food, new entertainment, and classic county fair exhibits. Gate admission $5.

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FALL art walk

Historic Downtown Newnan September 20 5:00-9:00 p.m. Enjoy great local art as you stroll through downtown Newnan visiting the merchants hosting this event.

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Big Band Explosion Wadsworth Auditorium September 20 7:30 p.m.

Night Train, a 17-piece band, will perform an evening of big band, jazz, and swing hits from the ‘40s through today. Tickets $15 per person.

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to give them a slight glimpse into the lives of those who have to depend on others for food and shelter,” Rowe said. The High School Youth Band from Southcrest Church will play during the evening. “When we asked them, they said, ‘absolutely,’” said Connie Jones, an organizer of the event. This is the second year for the Lockout, which is planned to be an annual event. The Lockout will start on Sept. 21 at 4 p.m. and end on Sept. 22. at 8 a.m. Youth can ask family and friends to sponsor them and encourage their friends, family, congregation members and local community to stop by and bring monetary donations, non-perishable food items, personal hygiene items, sleeping bags or anything someone living on the street or in a motel room could use. For information, contact Connie Jones via email at jonesconstance35@yahoo.com. Reference “Hands-up Lockout” in the subject line. Jones can be reached by phone at 678-517-0526.

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A SON takes a shot Youngest SON of Thunder has taken to the couch a lot lately. He is, to put it simply, a walking petri dish of Streptococcal pharyngitis. Or to use the more technical term — he gets strep throat a lot lately. If anyone at his school gets strep, he gets it as well. All it takes is a look and he’s down for the count. Based on the number of co-pays I’ve shelled out, it would have been cheaper to just pay cash for the tonsillectomy and be done with it. That’s next on the agenda. But that would result in even more missed school, so the Little Black Dress decided we needed a stop-gap measure. Back to the doctor she went with Youngest in tow. I wa s at work , work i n g away, when The Dress called. It seemed she and the doctors reviewed Youngest’s medical chart and determined that since school started, he basically

had strep about as much as he didn’t. The prescription drugs were not working. It was time for a shot. The reason for the call was to inform me that Youngest was, to put it mildly, beyond livid. He refused to look at, much less talk to, the LBD. Something about a traitor. So I had to play dad and convince him everything was alright and just be brave and it will be over in a second. Then I was forced to include all the necessary bribes. As I said, I was not there for the torture session, but it was recounted in great detail later. From what I understand, Youngest was told he was to get one shot in the bum. Plans sometimes change. For when it was time for the shot, not one but two nurses came in. Each with a shot. And it was explained (ha) to Youngest he would have to take one in each thigh because a bum shot meant he couldn’t sit for a

month or something like that. As it was relayed to me, the LBD held his hand while the nurses commenced the torture and Youngest fell back on the table, threw his arm over his

pointing out that he got the last Dr. Pepper and a lollipop with gum in the center for his bravery. He was quite emphatic to make it known to me that it was the last Dr. Pepper they had and he earned it, by golly. I then got a replay of the events. He held his f ingers about 2 inches apart to show me how long the needle was. I cast a dubious look at him and he looked at his fingers then reluctantly agreed that was not the proper length. He then held his fingers 3 inches apart.

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Missing in (in)action Forget the abs, thighs and shoulders. The only part of me that needs a workout these days is my conscience. Mostly because I’ve lost the ability to commit a decent sin. T h is is one I never saw coming. I can still crank out the minor transgressions, like saying an ugly baby is cute (you know you’ve done it, too), but the Big Ones—the sins that give you night sweats and a fear of being rejected at Junior League functions — those are so few and far between now, my conscience is the size of a single grit. When I was younger nothing suited me better than a walk on the wild side. Once I found out about the Seven Deadly Sins, I couldn’t wait to try them all. I wasn’t sure what Sloth was, but figured I’d get to it after I’d plowed through Pride, Envy, Gluttony, Anger, Greed and Lust.

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eyes and yelled “what the (put in your expletive here)!” This apparently made the nurses burst out laughing, but to their credit they maintained somewhat of a professional manner and did not break the needles in his leg. This also apparently mortified The Dress to no end, the idea of her precious baby even knowing such words. When I got home, Youngest came out to meet me, walking a bit like Frankenstein. He was quite proud of himself though,

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It turned out that the Seven Deadliest were like the little girl that had a little curl: when they were good, they were very, very good, and when they were bad, they were horrid. When the consequences of bawdy behavior outweighed the fun on a regular basis, I let off the accelerator. A few years ago I put my rowdy ways in park and started watching “Breaking Bad” and reruns of “The Godfather.” I realized that second-hand sin suited me fine.

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I was preparing to give the life lesson on lying when The Dress approached nodding simply that it was, in fact, 3 inches long. And it took one, two, three, four, five, six seven, eight seconds to get the contents of the syringe into Youngest’s legs. He counted. But at least he is back in school. For today at least. (John A. Winters is the general manager of The Newnan TimesHerald. Follow his adventures at justflipthedog.com. You can reach him at john@newnan.com)

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Annual senior community reunion and picnic scheduled Sept. 21 By Sarah Fay Campbell sarah@newnan.com

The third Saturday in September mea n s Un ited We Stand's Youth Appreciating Senior Citizens community and family reunion and picnic. The annual event, held at the Newnan Housing Authority's Boone Drive playground, fe at u re s lot s of fo o d a nd fellowship. It's hosted by United We Stand for Positive Results, The Housing Authority, the Newnan Classic Car Club, Girls on the Move and the Dream Starter Association, with support from Newnan Utilities and Cargill. The event will run from 3 to 6 p.m. and all are welcome to attend, said Willie Pritchett of United We Stand. This year's event will be a special one, as it will be the last one primarily sponsored by United We Stand. Pritchett and Clarence “C-Bo” Bohannon, the founding fathers of United We

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I also realized that cutting back on corruption should have been hard. It wasn’t. It didn’t take long to figure out that most of my problems had been solved by age and experience, better known as the buzzkill brothers. Pride is one of the biggies and I had it in spades. Not anymore. Once your hair goes AWOL and the teeth threaten to follow, Pride shrivels like a fresh-plucked prune. Problem solved. Envy is a desire for other’s abilities or possessions. The only thing I envy now is a paid-off mortgage. It’s on the way. Gluttony was one of my favorites. Whether it was food,

support over the years, from the business community, the churches, and the politicians and government officials. The night before the picnic, Bohannon, Pritchett and others stay up all night smoking meat. Members of the community bring side dishes and desserts. "Anyone wanting to be a part of the event, get in touch with one of us," said Pritchett. "We'll be glad to have them." They'll also take any donations, of money and of food. Cargill donates a lot of meat for the event, but they usually buy

Stand, are passing the torch to the Dream Starter Association, a group of young men, many of whom went through United We Stand as teens themselves, who have formed a new organization to help youth. "We're glad the young men want to step in and become part" of serving the youth, Pritchett said. "We're old. I feel like the young people will listen to other young people a little better than they will old folks," he said. "We're not going away," he said. "We're just letting the young men continue the tradition … we'll be sitting on the porch." The event was founded as a way to bring the community together, especially young people and senior citizens so they could "try to get a better understanding of each other," Pritchett said. And it's been very successful in that objective. "It's been wonderful. Wonderful," said Pritchett.

Local politicians are always helped along the way," Pritchinvited to the event, so people ett said. There will be a DJ and hopes can meet them. There will also be a small awards ceremony are for some live entertainment. recognizing "people who have T here has been so much

drink or stupidity, my rule was “I ain’t never had enough of nothin.’” My new motto is “moderation rocks.” Greed is Gluttony’s f irst cousin. Most people associate Greed with money. Not me. The only thing I’m greedy for now is chocolate a nd barbeque. I still haven’t figured out what Sloth is. I can’t say the same about Anger. I used to get mad about anything. Enjoyed it. I took offense more quickly than a guy with a chip on both shoulders and the top of his head. Now I’m meek as a dove. Usually. I miss raging at crooked politicians, but these days, t hat ’s a f ull-ti me job. No thanks. And now to everybody’s favorite: Lust. First of all, anyone who says they’ve never been swept away in a rip-

tide of lust is a saint or a liar. I know plenty of liars. Never met a saint. Surprisingly, this is one sin I don’t miss at all. Now my lust is reserved for just one hot chick: my wife. That’s allowed, by the way, even encouraged. Lucky me. My once-overworked conscience may not win a ribbon at the county fair any more, but that’s fine. And I know I’m not the only dude who finds an afternoon nap more exciting than drinking, gambling or hitting on a hussy. I’ve dealt with it, but maybe my fellow sufferers haven't learned that losing your gift for sinning doesn’t mean it's time to turn in your Man Card. A self-help book for pasttheir-prime sinners might be just what the ego ordered. And I’m just the guy to write it. Coming soon to a bookseller

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Willie Pritchett, center, and Clarence “C-Bo” Bohannon share a laugh with a friend at last year’s United We Stand picnic.

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Melanie Perry

Perry named Moreland principal T he Coweta Cou nt y Board of Education appointed Melanie Perry as Moreland Elementary School’s new principal during a called board meeting on Tuesday. Perry, a 14-year educator, began her career in education at Moreland Elementary School in 1999, when she taught first grade. From 2002 to 2007, she taught second grade there a nd then served as the school’s instructional coach from 2007 to 2011. Since 2011, she has served as the assistant principal at Moreland. Perry earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from North Georgia College in 1991, her teaching certif ication in Early Childhood Education from Mercer University in 1999, her master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Georgia

The Coweta County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to grant a conditional use permit for a recycling center on Hwy. 16 West/Carrollton Highway near the Hwy. 34 Bypass, while reducing a condition that forbid the “collection or storage

of garbage” on the property. The 9.43-acre site will be Several variance used for the sorting of recyclaapproved for Fischer ble material, which will then be shipped to other locations for Crossings, page 2A final processing. The applicant is Total Recycling of Georgia LLC, and the different things garbage,” said owners of the property are OliZoning Administrator Angela ver and Beth Gentry. “In talking with the applicant White. “We wanted to make and their engineer, we all call sure everyone understands —

we don’t want trash building up on that site.” T he word “ga rbage” is changed to “putrescible waste” as defined by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Putrescible waste is essentially anything that can rot, such as kitchen scraps, food, and human and animal waste. Com m i s sioner A l Sm it h asked Gentry if they would be

doing metals recycling. “A ny ti me you get a permit, metals is involved,” Gentry said. “But our main focus is plastics, cardboard and paper.” Chairman Bob Blackburn asked if Gentry had visited neighbors and discussed his plans, and he said he had. “I commend you for that,”

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T he Coweta Cou nt y Board of Education appointed Melanie Perry as Moreland Elementary School’s new principal during a called board meeting on Tuesday. Perry, a 14-year educator, began her career in education at Moreland Elementary School in 1999, when she taught first grade. From 2002 to 2007, she taught second grade there a nd then served as the school’s instructional coach from 2007 to 2011. Since 2011, she has served as the assistant principal at Moreland. Perry earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from North Georgia College in 1991, her teaching certif ication in Early Childhood Education from Mercer University in 1999, her master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Georgia in 2005, and her educational specialist degree from the University of West Georgia in 2007. Perry will succeed Beverly Yeager, who is retiring at the end of June. Yeager is a 33-year educator who has served as Moreland Elementary School’s principal since 1988.

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The Coweta County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to grant a conditional use permit for a recycling center on Hwy. 16 West/Carrollton Highway near the Hwy. 34 Bypass, while reducing a condition that forbid the “collection or storage

of garbage” on the property. The 9.43-acre site will be Several variance used for the sorting of recyclaapproved for Fischer ble material, which will then be shipped to other locations for Crossings, page 2A final processing. The applicant is Total Recycling of Georgia LLC, and the different things garbage,” said owners of the property are OliZoning Administrator Angela ver and Beth Gentry. “In talking with the applicant White. “We wanted to make and their engineer, we all call sure everyone understands —

we don’t want trash building up on that site.” T he word “ga rbage” is changed to “putrescible waste” as defined by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Putrescible waste is essentially anything that can rot, such as kitchen scraps, food, and human and animal waste. Com m i s sioner A l Sm it h asked Gentry if they would be

doing metals recycling. “A ny ti me you get a permit, metals is involved,” Gentry said. “But our main focus is plastics, cardboard and paper.” Chairman Bob Blackburn asked if Gentry had visited neighbors and discussed his plans, and he said he had. “I commend you for that,”

SEE CENTER, page 2A

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Conference center opens today By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Guests arrive at the

newly-completed Newnan Centre for Tuesday’s black-tie gala. Plans are under way to construct a second entrance to the property from Lower Fayetteville Road to handle traffic with there are events at both the meeting facility and the neighboring Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

Senoia’s water needs

The grand opening of the long-awa ited city New na n Centre events facility located next to the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts on Lower Fayetteville Road will be today at 10 a.m. Those involved with the building of the facility celebrated at a black-tie ga la Tuesday. The Newnan Centre will be a multi-use facility for the city, businesses, and members of the community. Newnan Mayor Keith Brady and members of the Newnan City Council will officially cut the ribbon to open the facility and begin the day’s festivities. A dedication and light refreshments will follow. Newnan Convention Center Authority Chairman Parks Avery said he is excited about the new facility and what it means for Newnan and Coweta County. “This is going to be a cool place,” he said as the finishing touches were being made in April. “We are going to start seeing a ton of change all at once. Everything is going to start coming in at a quick pace.” Groundbreaking for the center took place in August 2011. Early in 2012, delays began when the contractor, D. Dean a nd A s so c i ate s , h ad c a sh flow problems and a replacement had to be found. Headley Construction of Newnan was

we don’t want trash building up doing metals recycling. of garbage” on the property. on that site.” The 9.43-acre site will be “A ny ti me you get a perSeveral variance T h e w o r d “ g a r b a g e ” i s mit, metals is involved,” Genused for the sorting of recyclaapproved for Fischer changed to “putrescible waste” try said. “But our main focus is ble material, which will then be The Coweta County Board as defined by the Georgia Envi- plastics, cardboard and paper.” shipped to other locations for Crossings, page 2A of Commissioners voted Tues- final processing. ronmental Protection Division. Chairman Bob Blackburn day to grant a conditional use Putrescible waste is essentially asked if Gentry had visited The applicant is Total Recypermit for a recycling center on cling of Georgia LLC, and the different things garbage,” said anything that can rot, such neighbors and discussed his Hwy. 16 West/Carrollton High- owners of the property are Olias kitchen scraps, food, and plans, and he said he had. Zoning Administrator Angela way near the Hwy. 34 Bypass, ver and Beth Gentry. human and animal waste. “I commend you for that,” while reducing a condition that Com m i s sioner A l Sm it h “In talking with the applicant White. “We wanted to make SEE CENTER, page 2A forbid the “collection or storage and their engineer, we all call sure everyone understands — asked Gentry if they would be

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

Melanie Perry

Perry named Moreland principal T he Coweta Cou nt y Board of Education appointed Melanie Perry as Moreland Elementary School’s new principal during a called board meeting on Tuesday. Perry, a 14-year educator, began her career in education at Moreland Elementary School in 1999, when she taught first grade. From 2002 to 2007, she taught second grade there a nd then served as the school’s instructional coach from 2007 to 2011. Since 2011, she has served as the assistant principal at Moreland. Perry earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from North Georgia College in 1991, her teaching certif ication in Early Childhood Education from Mercer University in 1999, her master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Georgia in 2005, and her educational specialist degree from the University of West Georgia in 2007. Perry will succeed Beverly Yeager, who is retiring at the end of June. Yeager is a 33-year educator who has served as Moreland Elementary School’s principal since 1988.

Senoia’s water needs grow along with town By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

If Senoia wants to continue to grow, the city needs more water. C u r r e n t l y, t h e c i t y ’s water system does fine in the winter, early spring and late fall. But during the hot and dry times, it has to buy water from the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority. The city’s water plant can treat twice the amount of water it currently treats, if it had the supply. The city is currently limited by its permit that only allows 300,000 gallons a day to be withdrawn from the reservoir on Keg Creek. City Administrator Richard Ferry and the Senoia Cit y Cou nci l d iscussed options at Monday’s council meeting. The city currently has an agreement with the Coweta Wa t e r a n d S e w e r a g e Authority to use the authority’s water when needed, but there is no contract.

SEE SENOIA, page 2A

CentreStage

Conference center opens today By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Guests arrive at the

newly-completed Newnan Centre for Tuesday’s black-tie gala. Plans are under way to construct a second entrance to the property from Lower Fayetteville Road to handle traffic with there are events at both the meeting facility and the neighboring Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

PhotoS by JeFFrey Leo

The grand opening of the long-awa ited city New na n Centre events facility located next to the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts on Lower Fayetteville Road will be today at 10 a.m. Those involved with the building of the facility celebrated at a black-tie ga la Tuesday. The Newnan Centre will be a multi-use facility for the city, businesses, and members of the community. Newnan Mayor Keith Brady and members of the Newnan City Council will officially cut the ribbon to open the facility and begin the day’s festivities. A dedication and light refreshments will follow. Newnan Convention Center Authority Chairman Parks Avery said he is excited about the new facility and what it means for Newnan and Coweta County. “This is going to be a cool place,” he said as the finishing touches were being made in April. “We are going to start seeing a ton of change all at once. Everything is going to start coming in at a quick pace.” Groundbreaking for the center took place in August 2011. Early in 2012, delays began when the contractor, D. Dean a nd A s so c i ate s , h ad c a sh flow problems and a replacement had to be found. Headley Construction of Newnan was

The entrance lobby of the city’s Newnan Centre meeting facility has the feel of a luxury hotel.

SEE CENTRE, page 2A

Euro Auctions gets temporary approval company had formally requested The biggest requirement is the wasn’t completed the last time she permission to move forward. planting of a 20-foot-wide buffer visited the property, but “hopeThe European equipment auc- around the area where the equip- fully it will be” by the time of the The Coweta County Board of tion company purchased the old ment to be auctioned will be auction. The issue was added to the Commissioners voted to grant Adesa auto auction property on stored. Other remaining issues a temporary certificate of occu- Raymond Hill Road along Inter- are establishment of handicapped agenda for Tuesday’s commission meeting. pancy to Euro Auctions USA for state 85 last fall, and has scheduled parking and the marking of a fire “I wasn’t even aware that they lane. its upcoming opening auction at its first auction for June 26. But there is work that needs to County Development Review were asking for this,” said Robert the north Coweta property, but Tolleson, director of Planning and commissioners expressed displea- be done on the property before it is Technician Teresa Crow said the sure Tuesday that nobody with the considered up to code. handicapped parking striping SEE AUCTION, page 2A

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Robert Tolleson

‘Murder in Coweta County’ movie producer to speak at events Two nights of planned activi- house in downtown Newnan, the movie, and some who were der that took place in 1948 and dict was read there on June 18, ties will take place July 10-11 as one of the movie’s producers, extras in the production will pitted John Wallace of Meri- 1948 – 65 years ago this week. wether County against Coweta the city of Newnan and Coweta Dick Atkins, will give a pre- talk about their experiences. Light refreshments will folThe next evening, July 11, at 7 County Sheriff Lamar Potts. low both of the July events and County partner to celebrate sentation and talk about what the story of “Murder in Coweta went into turning local author p.m. at the Carnegie Library on The trial was the first in Geor- there is no charge to attend. County,” which aired on CBS Margaret’s Anne Barnes’ book the Court Square, Atkins will gia in which a white man was For more information, contelevision network 31 years ago. into a made-for-TV movie star- talk about the production of the convicted on the testimony of According to Coweta County ring Andy Griffith and Johnny movie, followed by a screening black witnesses. The trial was tact the Coweta County Conheld in the second floor court- vention & Visitors Bureau at events services coordinator Cash. In addition, several local of the movie. “Murder in Coweta County” room at the Coweta County 770-254-2627 or the Carnegie Tray Baggarly, on July 10 at 7 residents will display memorap.m. in the historic 1904 Court- bilia they have associated with is the true story of a brutal mur- courthouse, and the guilty ver- Library at 770-683-1347.

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Robert Tolleson

‘Murder in Coweta County’ movie producer to speak at events

Two nights of planned activities will take place July 10-11 as the city of Newnan and Coweta County partner to celebrate the story of “Murder in Coweta County,” which aired on CBS television network 31 years ago. According to Coweta County events services coordinator Tray Baggarly, on July 10 at 7 p.m. in the historic 1904 Court-

house in downtown Newnan, one of the movie’s producers, Dick Atkins, will give a presentation and talk about what went into turning local author Margaret’s Anne Barnes’ book into a made-for-TV movie starring Andy Griffith and Johnny Cash. In addition, several local residents will display memorabilia they have associated with

the movie, and some who were extras in the production will talk about their experiences. The next evening, July 11, at 7 p.m. at the Carnegie Library on the Court Square, Atkins will talk about the production of the movie, followed by a screening of the movie. “Murder in Coweta County” is the true story of a brutal mur-

der that took place in 1948 and pitted John Wallace of Meriwether County against Coweta County Sheriff Lamar Potts. The trial was the first in Georgia in which a white man was convicted on the testimony of black witnesses. The trial was held in the second floor courtroom at the Coweta County courthouse, and the guilty ver-

dict was read there on June 18, 1948 – 65 years ago this week. Light refreshments will follow both of the July events and there is no charge to attend. For more information, contact the Coweta County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 770-254-2627 or the Carnegie Library at 770-683-1347.

(Must be paid in advance. Please allow 2-4 days for delivery to start.) SEE SENOIA, page 2A

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