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NEW FAMILY FAVORITES Family Features

Add a flavorful twist with honey and almonds This summer, make it easier to get your good going with delicious recipes. Whether you’re greeting the day with brunch or celebrating an afternoon with a tasty barbecue, there’s no better time for enjoying healthy and nutritious food with family and friends. Honey is rising in popularity as a natural sweetener and an ingredient in everyday foods and recipes. Pairing honey with a nutrient-rich nut, such as almonds, creates decadent recipes that are as healthy as they are tasty. Plus, products featuring honey’s subtle sweetness make them versatile and appealing whether you are craving something sweet or savory. With a variety of honey flavored products available, such as Honey Roasted Chipotle Snack Almonds, Hint of Honey Vanilla Almond Breeze® Almondmilk and Honey Mustard Nut Thins, Blue Diamond’s new line of honey flavored products are versatile enough for a wide range of dishes. For additional recipes that capture the sweetness of honey and rich nutty flavors of almond, visit www.bluediamond.com.

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Staffing business by way of the pipeline How local educational resources are attracting new business By Clay Neely clay@newnan.com

With many local industries expanding and new companies now calling Coweta County home, it’s no secret why our community is experiencing such a unique period of economic growth. According to a recent article in Development Magazine, the availability of skilled labor was ranked as the number one factor in determining site selection for new businesses. Having a skilled workforce in a community isn’t simply luck of the draw – it’s a carefully constructed gameplan of positioning an area for success. This gameplan has a name and is known as the “pipeline” approach. In order for a community to produce the skilled labor that these companies demand, the pipeline must stretch into the local school system, placing an emphasis on the approach and culture. According to Mark Whitlock, CEO of the Central Educational Center, most communities don’t have such an approach. “The CEC is that ‘pipeline’ that connects the community to provide a different and more focused approach to developing skilled labor by the age of 18,” Whitlock said. “It is an approach largely left behind by America during the last 40 years. However, it is an approach that highly competitive economies have adopted worldwide in countries like Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. We must compete with these countries for investment and jobs.” Fifteen years ago, Coweta business leaders decided to challenge the local school system in order to develop the pipeline approach. “We heard from our employers that the workplace was changing,” said Whitlock. “They needed young people who were ready to work in that environment just out of high school and couldn’t wait until they became adults.” The local school system challenged local business and West Georgia Technical Col-

Mike Funt will lead a clown workshop for high school students June 19-21 at the Centre.

“The CEC is really a business initiative,” said Mark Whitlock, CEO of the Central Educational Center, “with education acknowledging the importance of business success to our local standard of living.”

lege to stay engaged and to create new and innovative ways that high-schoolers could reach the new 21st century workforce goal. Among other actions, local businesses have created many internships (411 this past year, with 237 different employer sites) in which businesses have acknowledged that they are great teachers for our young people. WGTC has largely led the state in developing career-oriented dual enrollment programs that lead to credentials understood by employers in critical areas such as welding,

pipeline, page 3A

Clown workshop offered at Centre A Clown Workshop with Mike Funt is offered at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts in June. The program will focus on the art of mime. It is for students in grades 9-12 – including rising ninth graders and 2014 high school graduates – and will be June 19-21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily at the Centre, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road in Newnan. The workshop fee is $75. For details on registration visit www.thecentreonline.net or call 770-254-2787. Funt’s play, “The Day They Hung the Elephant,” will be presented in a public showing June 21 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Centre. Tickets are $10. For ticket information visit the Centre’s website, www.thecentreonline.net or call 770-254-2787. In the workshop, students will learn the importance of clowning related to theatre.

As part of the workshop experience, students will be provided with tickets to the production of “The Day They Hung the Elephant.” The workshop fee includes a daily snack for the participating students. Students will have a 30-minute lunch break and should bring a sack lunch. Checks should be submitted with a registration form and made payable to “Patrons of the Centre.” For a form go to the Centre’s website or call 770-254-2787. Mike Funt is an actor, clown, and director originally from Newnan, where he grew up and went to Newnan High School. He received a BFA in theater performance from Valdosta State University and currently lives in Los Angeles where he works

clown, page 3A

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CROSSWORD ACROSS

$ 35

Downtown Newnan June 13 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Stroll the streets and sample wines as you stop in and visit downtown merchants. This is an event you don’t want to miss. Tickets will be available for $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the event.

Info: 770-253-8283 www.mainstreetnewnan.com

Join Paddle Georgia participants and Chattahoochee Bend State Park for this festival in downtown Newnan. There will be a pool on the south side of the square, and paddling demonstrations, as well as a DJ.

Info: 770-253-8283 www.mainstreetnewnan.com

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28-32 oz., Select Varieties

11-12 oz., Bagged or K-Cups, Select Varieties

46 oz. Farmers Pick Concord Grape, 100% Mango or Blackberry or Purple Grape

10 oz., Select Varieties

14-16 oz. Classic or Whipped, Select Varieties

10 Ct., 1.37 oz.

Starbucks

Welch's

11.5 oz. Classic Hormel or French Roast

1

28 oz.

Kraft

10 Pk., 67.5 oz., Select Varieties

1 Ct., 2.8-3.63 oz. Select Varieties

10 Ct. 4.4 oz. Veranda, Breakfast Blend or Pikes Place or 4.2 oz. French Roast, House Blend or Sumatra

oz. 13.75 oz. Apple17.5 Cinnamon

2.6-3 oz., Select Varieties

M&M Mars

Starbucks

5 oz.

Raid General Mills

8 oz.

General Mills Raid Insect

Soft Scrub

14.5 oz. Brown3Sugar, Nut or Cinnamon oz., Honey Assorted Flavors

17.25-18 oz. Jar, Select Varieties

20 oz. Fuji

15.5-16 oz., Select Varieties

Jif

Dawn

10 oz. Worcestershire 14 Ct., 12 oz.

6 oz.

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9-10.5 oz.

Frito-Lay's

19-20 oz. Family Size

20 oz.

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7 oz. Deli Sliced

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20 oz. Loaf, Giant

24 oz. Kosher Dill

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lb. 6 Pk., 18.6 oz.

16 oz.

6 Ct., Asst. Flavors

Essential Everyday

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32 oz. Hamburger

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lb.

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2 Lb. Select Beef U.S.D.A. 18 oz. Creamy or Crunchy

12 oz. Baby Link Any Size Package Nabisco

16 oz. Bag

16 oz.

Uncle Ben's Single Long Roll Grain

6 Pk., Reg. Roll

8 oz.

1 oz.

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16 oz. ........................ U.S.D.A. Select Beef Farms 18.2-19.5 oz., FamilyDutch Size T-Bone French Onion Nabisco Hamburguesas de diezmillo molida fresca Dip

Pechuga de pavo20.6 rebanado,oz. 7 onzasFamily Size

lb. Shopper's Value

6-8.8 oz., Select Varieties

5 Lb. Plain or Self-Rising

Nabisco

Frito-Lay's

25 ft. Standard

U.S.D.A. Inspected Royal Oak 250 ct.

Essential Everyday

Smuckers

8 Pk.

16.6 lb. Bag

16 oz. U.S.D.A. Select Beef Viva

16 oz. Creamy, Creamy Natural W/Honey or Natural Chunky

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6 Pk., Reg. Roll

12 Pk. Cans Asst. Flavors

22 Ct.

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100 Ct. Tagless

Frito-Lay's

4 Pk. Dawn Plus

18 Mega Roll or 9 Mega Roll Clean Care

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9-9.5 oz.

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Essential Everyday Dixie

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Essential Everyday Dixie or Vanity Fair

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Nice'n Fluffy

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68.75 oz. Fresh Cotton Breeze, Summer Fiesta or Mountain Rain

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95 Bar-BQ Ribs

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10.5 oz. Powdered Sugar or 11.25 oz. Chocolate Frosted

Quaker Sparkling Ice

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18-18.3 oz., Select Varieties

13 oz. Berries, 11.5 oz. Oops, 14 oz. Red Box or 12.5 oz. Peanut Butter 17 oz.

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Coweta County Fairgrounds June 27 - June 29 6/27 4 p.m. - 6/29 7 p.m.

$

4 Sirloin Tip Roast $444 $ 24 04 4 Swiss Steaks $486° 67° $ 42

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Downtown Newnan June 25 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.

85° 66°

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$ 63

Turkey Breast

Center Cut Loin

Riverfest

Starting at

COWETA AND SURROUNDING AREA

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Servings: 4–6 Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 25 minutes • 2 tablespoons buttery spread or butter • 1 cup onion, chopped • 2 cups curly green kale, torn in small pieces • 1/2 cup tomato, chopped • 1/2 cup bell pepper, chopped • 1/2 cup zucchini, chopped • 1/2 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded • 30 Blue Diamond Honey Mustard Nut Thins, crushed • 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt • 4–6 small portabella mushrooms (about 4–6 inches wide) • 1/4 cup Blue Diamond Honey Roasted Chipotle Almonds, chopped

Steakhouse Cheese and Almond Spread Servings: 5 Prep time: 10 minutes • 1 block (8 ounces) 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened • 1/2 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded • 1/4 cup Blue Diamond Hint of Honey Almond Breeze • 1 teaspoon steak seasoning blend • 2 garlic cloves • 2 green onions, sliced • 1/4 cup Blue Diamond Honey Roasted Chipotle Almonds, chopped • Blue Diamond Honey Mustard Nut Thins • Fresh cut vegetables

Melt butter in large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and cook for 10 minutes. Add kale, tomato, bell pepper and zucchini; cook and stir for eight to 10 minutes more. Stir in cheese, Blue Diamond Honey Mustard Nut Thins and garlic salt. Remove stem s f rom mu shr o o m s a n d s c r a p e o u t d a rk gills with spoon. Fill with vegetable mixture and sprinkle with chopped Blue Diamond Honey Roasted Chipotle Almonds. Grill over medium heat for about seven minutes or until mushrooms are soft.

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in film, television, and theaters across the country. Funt is production manager for Four Clowns, as well as Assistant Director for Sublimity and performer in “That Beautiful Laugh,” a darling of the Hollywood fringe.

Puree cream cheese, cheddar cheese, Blue Diamond Hint of Honey Almond Breeze, seasoning and garlic in food processor. Add green onions and pulse until finely chopped. Transfer to small bowl and sprinkle with Blue Diamond Honey Roasted Chipotle Almonds. Serve with Blue Diamond Honey Mustard Nut Thins and vegetables. Spread may be prepared one day ahead and stored tightly covered in refrigerator.

As a director, Funt has directed many shows utilizing his personal brand of physical performance, including “Servant of Two Masters,” “The Importance of Being Earnest,” a stage adaptation of the 1971 film “Cold Turkey,” and his own tra nslation of Moliere’s “The Imaginary Invalid.” He teaches physica l improv at iO West and iO in Chicago.

His clown training includes work with David Bridel at The Clown School, Ph i l ipp e G a u l ie r, Joh n Gilkey of Cirque du Soleil, Avner the Eccentric, and instructors from Ringling Bros. He formerly taught at the San Francisco Comedy College and is the current head of the Theatre Department for the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program.

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Ruth Hill Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Ami Patel was a n nounced as Coweta County School System’s 2014 Teacher of the Year at Thursday’s recognition ceremony. “It is very humbling to know I work in a school system with so many good teachers,” said Patel after receiving the award at the ceremonies held at the school system’s Centre for Per-

forming and Visual Arts. “I’m just one of many who do what I do.” Ruth Hill Principal Dr. Aaron Corley said Patel is “one of the most dedicated and caring teachers I have ever encountered, and I am proud to have her at Ruth Hill.” Corley added he would be proud to have Patel as his own child’s teacher, too. “Educators allow dreams to come true,” said Patel. “They (students) are our future, and we can help them achieve the

dreams they always wanted.” “To your students, you are always a hero,” she said. Patel said her father was her hero. She told the story of how he came to America by himself more than 25 years ago. When he arrived, he made his way in a strange and new place, and worked hard to bring his family to him and to make a life for his family. She remembered how he brought the family to America with few resources, but he still worked to provide them

“with opportunities for success.” In addition, she and her family members all prospered through the American educational system. Patel said she brings those experiences and commitments to her classroom and students, and views teachers similarly as heroes to their students. Patel was one of three finalists chosen from the Coweta school system’s 31 individual

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Patel named Teacher of the Year By CELIA SHORTT forming and Visual Arts. “I’m dreams they always wanted.” “with opportunities for succelia@newnan.com just one of many who do what “To your students, you are cess.” In addition, she and her I do.” always a hero,” she said. family members all prospered Ruth Hill Principal Dr. Aaron Patel said her father was her through the American educaRuth Hill Elementary School Corley said Patel is “one of hero. She told the story of how tional system. fifth-grade teacher Ami Patel the most dedicated and caring he came to America by himself Patel said she brings those was a n nounced as Coweta teachers I have ever encoun- more than 25 years ago. When County School System’s 2014 tered, and I am proud to have he arrived, he made his way in experiences and commitments to her classroom and students, Teacher of the Year at Thurs- her at Ruth Hill.” a strange and new place, and and views teachers similarly as day’s recognition ceremony. Corley added he would be worked hard to bring his fam“It is very humbling to know proud to have Patel as his own ily to him and to make a life for heroes to their students. Patel was one of three finalI work in a school system with child’s teacher, too. his family. so many good teachers,” said “Educators allow dreams to She remembered how he ists chosen from the Coweta Patel after receiving the award come true,” said Patel. “They brought the family to Amer- school system’s 31 individual Ami Patel, of Ruth Hill Elementary School, is announced as the 2014 at the ceremonies held at the (students) are our future, and ica with few resources, but he Coweta County Teacher of the Year by Coweta school board member school system’s Centre for Per- we can help them achieve the still worked to provide them TEACHER, page 3 Harry Mullins on Thursday.

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By CLAY NEELY expand, Wright feels that the developclay@newnan.com ment authority ultimately sees more economic growth from existing comCoweta County fared better than panies working on expansions rather than new companies. many communities during the “The Bonnell expansion was most recent recession, accordan amazing announcement for ing to Greg Wright, president our community,” Wright said. of the Coweta County Develop“W hen they were faci ng a ment Authority. Wr i g ht emph a si z e d t he period of uncertainty regardimportance of courting the ing their future, they deterright industries for the region mined a way to set themselves during his talk at Friday’s meetup for success for the future. ing of the Coweta Rotary Club, Their ability to add jobs has held at the Newnan Country been a wonderful addition to Wright Club. our community.” “While we get our share of The recent announcebusinesses whose average hourly rate ment from Niagara Bottling LLC of a is around $17 dollars per-hour, those planned location in Shenandoah Indusaren’t the projects we want to work,” trial Park is one of the many promising Wright said. “We’re committed to projects that are on the horizon for quality job growth in our community.” the development authority. Wright was While the Coweta County Development Authority helps recruit new busiWRIGHT, page 3 nesses and helps existing companies

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Patel named Teacher of the Year forming and Visual Arts. “I’m dreams they always wanted.” “with opportunities for sucjust one of many who do what “To your students, you are cess.” In addition, she and her I do.” always a hero,” she said. family members all prospered Ruth Hill Principal Dr. Aaron Patel said her father was her through the American educaRuth Hill Elementary School Corley said Patel is “one of hero. She told the story of how tional system. fifth-grade teacher Ami Patel the most dedicated and caring he came to America by himself Patel said she brings those was a n nounced as Coweta teachers I have ever encoun- more than 25 years ago. When County School System’s 2014 tered, and I am proud to have he arrived, he made his way in experiences and commitments to her classroom and students, Teacher of the Year at Thurs- her at Ruth Hill.” a strange and new place, and and views teachers similarly as day’s recognition ceremony. Corley added he would be worked hard to bring his fam“It is very humbling to know proud to have Patel as his own ily to him and to make a life for heroes to their students. Patel was one of three finalI work in a school system with child’s teacher, too. his family. so many good teachers,” said “Educators allow dreams to She remembered how he ists chosen from the Coweta Patel after receiving the award come true,” said Patel. “They brought the family to Amer- school system’s 31 individual Ami Patel, of Ruth Hill Elementary School, is announced as the 2014 at the ceremonies held at the (students) are our future, and ica with few resources, but he Coweta County Teacher of the Year by Coweta school board member school system’s Centre for Per- we can help them achieve the still worked to provide them TEACHER, page 3 Harry Mullins on Thursday.

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Pictured in front, Coweta County Crime Suppression Unit Sgt. Jeff Bugg, Deputy Adam Montgomery, Deputy Troy Foles; back, Coweta County Judge Joseph Wyant and Deputy Brandon Thrower.

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expand, Wright feels that the development authority ultimately sees more economic growth from existing comCoweta County fared better than panies working on expansions rather than new companies. many communities during the “The Bonnell expansion was most recent recession, accordan amazing announcement for ing to Greg Wright, president our community,” Wright said. of the Coweta County Develop“W hen they were faci ng a ment Authority. Wr i g ht emph a si z e d t he period of uncertainty regardimportance of courting the ing their future, they deterright industries for the region mined a way to set themselves during his talk at Friday’s meetup for success for the future. ing of the Coweta Rotary Club, Their ability to add jobs has held at the Newnan Country been a wonderful addition to Wright Club. our community.” “While we get our share of The recent announcebusinesses whose average hourly rate ment from Niagara Bottling LLC of a is around $17 dollars per-hour, those planned location in Shenandoah Indus-

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Pictured in front, Coweta County Crime Suppression Unit Sgt. Jeff Bugg, Deputy Adam Montgomery, Deputy Troy Foles;

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From left, Captain Bryan Minix, Captain Chuck Loftin, Assistant Chief Alan Smith and Assistant Chief Scott Harmon with the Coweta County Fire Department, and Neal Mangum with Coweta County EMS.

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Luncheon at the Coweta County cal services, the court system and Fairgrounds on Friday. more. The meal was provided by The annual event was organized Newnan Utilities and Warden Bill by the Newnan-Coweta Public An estimated 300 to 400 employ- Safety Committee members, and McKenzie and Lt. Larry Smith with ees of Coweta County’s numer- the luncheon was free and open the Coweta County Prison, and a ous city and county public safety to all divisions of public safety – long table covered in every kind of departments gathered for the 16th including law enforcement, fire LUNCHEON, page 5 annual Public Safety Appreciation departments, emergency medi-

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Michelle Huffstickler, the city’s new recreation director, recommended at the council meeting this past MonGrantville has been busy improving day that the city purchase security its recreation areas – and now addi- cameras for both parks. In an April 23 memo, Huffstickler wrote: “With tional security is needed. the addition of the splash park and the The city is near completion on its public restrooms on Griffin Street, splash park on Post Street, which also security cameras will be needed to has a community building and a picmonitor park activity, deter vandalnic area. The public library, ball fields ism and add security to the parks.” and a historic log cabin are nearby. She estimated cost for security At the Griffin Street Park, longtime cameras at both parks at $5,810. The Grantville Recreation Board mem- council did not take action on the bers Mary Elder and Ruby Hines issue, but set a meeting of the streets spent some time on a recent morning. and public works committee to examBoth are proud of the handicapped ine the security issue. accessible water fountains, the fence at the street and restrooms at the SECURITY, page 3 community center. winston@newnan.com

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Michelle Huffstickler, the city’s new recreation director, recommended at the council meeting this past MonGrantville has been busy improving day that the city purchase security its recreation areas – and now addi- cameras for both parks. In an April 23 memo, Huffstickler wrote: “With tional security is needed. the addition of the splash park and the The city is near completion on its public restrooms on Griffin Street, splash park on Post Street, which also security cameras will be needed to has a community building and a picmonitor park activity, deter vandalnic area. The public library, ball fields ism and add security to the parks.” and a historic log cabin are nearby. She estimated cost for security At the Griffin Street Park, longtime cameras at both parks at $5,810. The Grantville Recreation Board mem- council did not take action on the bers Mary Elder and Ruby Hines issue, but set a meeting of the streets spent some time on a recent morning. and public works committee to examBoth are proud of the handicapped ine the security issue. accessible water fountains, the fence at the street and restrooms at the SECURITY, page 3 community center.

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51 local high school students earned welding certif ications through West Georgia Technical College in basic shielded arc welding, advanced shielded metal arc welding and gas metal arc welding,” Wright said. “These are real numbers that help demonstrate to a company that we take technical education very seriously in Coweta County and that, through a partnership with these institutions, companies have a farm team of future employees with the job skills that they need.” W h i le C owe t a C o u n ty’s current vacancy rate for industrial space hovers around two percent, Whitlock feels that the CEC is vital to the economic growth in the Coweta community. “The creation and development of CEC signals that this community, among all its competitors, has been willing to bring everyone to that table and pioneer a solution to what all agreed was or is a problem,” Whitlock said. “The problem won’t go away as the economy continues to sharpen competition among various entities – national, state and local,” said Whitlock. “But t h i s com mu n it y, a mong every other one in Georgia, was first to create a platform from which we can keep improving to remain competitive.” Georgia has now adopted the Coweta CEC model as a statewide initiative, known as the “College and Career Academy Initiative,” and 29 other communities are at work trying to copy what Coweta created. “Communities in other states are similarly at work. CEC has hosted visits from well over 500 groups that represent most states and some 16 ot her n at ion s ,” Whitlock said. “That is all because Coweta has been willing to get together to power ahead.”

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nurse aid, culinary arts, dental assisting and others. “Most communities can’t even have a conversation as candid as the one in Coweta,” Whitlock said. Yo k o g a w a r e c e n t l y broke ground on its new 60,000-square-foot expansion that will employ 215 new workers. This, too, was not simply luck of the draw. “ T he deci sion for t he expansion in Coweta was quite simple,” said Richard Westerfield, vice president of sourcing and manufacturing with Yokogawa Corporation of America. “We have great employees, great resources and the CEC is the best thing we’ve ever done in the school system. I think the recent announcements from Niagara Bottling have proven this to be true.” However, while business and education make logical partners, Westerfield feels that the traditional path of high school to a four-year degree is not necessarily outdated, it simply isn’t the only option for every high school graduate. B ot h We ster f ield a nd Whitlock fully endorse the oppor t un ities t hat loca l industries have provided to develop career-oriented dual enrollment programs. “We offer quite a bit of hands-on training. We also provide the opportunity for employees to attend school at West Georgia Technical College,” Westerfield said. “We have a few employees that get off at 2:30 in the afternoon to attend classes over there and will soon wind up with a two-year degree.” “While it may take a little longer to finish, you’re developing yourself,” Westerfield said. “The average debt for a four-year college student

is around $33,000 dollars. If you come to work here, it might take six years to get your degree but you’ll be debt-free. Having an organization like ours pay for your education is clearly the better situation in the long run.” During the recent Manufacturing Day events at West Georgia Technical College, both employers and educators met in order to address the growing need of skilled labor. The primary objective was to introduce a dialogue among teachers and students to demonstrate the modern needs of the modern workplace. As modern manufacturing has become a very specialized field, the skills necessary in order for employers to keep a deep talent bench is proving to be somewhat difficult. W h i le t hese potent ia l employers a ren’t seei ng enough qua lif ied ca ndidates, they’re simply not seeing enough of them to begin with and that’s what is proving to be very challenging for recruitment. Wester f ield feels t h at Manufacturing Day is definitely a step in the right direction. “We’d like to see more career counselors at the high school level to consider the opportunities that are available i n m a nu fact u r i ng,” Westerfield said. “Companies like ours would love for them to reach out to us.” Just recently, Greg Wright, president of the Coweta County Development Authority, met with a company that is considering several locations for its new manufacturing facility. One of the key decision factors for the company will be its ability to hire welders, which is a highly soughtafter skill in many parts of the country. “With the pa rtnership bet ween Centra l Educat ion a l Center a nd West Georgia Technical College,

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Patel named Teacher of the Year By CELIA SHORTT forming and Visual Arts. “I’m dreams they always wanted.” “with opportunities for succelia@newnan.com just one of many who do what “To your students, you are cess.” In addition, she and her I do.” always a hero,” she said. family members all prospered Ruth Hill Principal Dr. Aaron Patel said her father was her through the American educaRuth Hill Elementary School Corley said Patel is “one of hero. She told the story of how tional system. fifth-grade teacher Ami Patel the most dedicated and caring he came to America by himself Patel said she brings those was a n nounced as Coweta teachers I have ever encoun- more than 25 years ago. When County School System’s 2014 tered, and I am proud to have he arrived, he made his way in experiences and commitments to her classroom and students, Teacher of the Year at Thurs- her at Ruth Hill.” a strange and new place, and and views teachers similarly as day’s recognition ceremony. Corley added he would be worked hard to bring his fam“It is very humbling to know proud to have Patel as his own ily to him and to make a life for heroes to their students. Patel was one of three finalI work in a school system with child’s teacher, too. his family. so many good teachers,” said “Educators allow dreams to She remembered how he ists chosen from the Coweta Patel after receiving the award come true,” said Patel. “They brought the family to Amer- school system’s 31 individual Ami Patel, of Ruth Hill Elementary School, is announced as the 2014 at the ceremonies held at the (students) are our future, and ica with few resources, but he Coweta County Teacher of the Year by Coweta school board member school system’s Centre for Per- we can help them achieve the still worked to provide them TEACHER, page 3 Harry Mullins on Thursday.

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Pictured in front, Coweta County Crime Suppression Unit Sgt. Jeff Bugg, Deputy Adam Montgomery, Deputy Troy Foles; back, Coweta County Judge Joseph Wyant and Deputy Brandon Thrower.

By CELIA SHORTT forming and Visual Arts. “I’m dreams they always wanted.” “with opportunities for succelia@newnan.com just one of many who do what “To your students, you are cess.” In addition, she and her I do.” always a hero,” she said. family members all prospered Ruth Hill Principal Dr. Aaron Patel said her father was her through the American educaRuth Hill Elementary School Corley said Patel is “one of hero. She told the story of how tional system. fifth-grade teacher Ami Patel the most dedicated and caring he came to America by himself Patel said she brings those was a n nounced as Coweta teachers I have ever encoun- more than 25 years ago. When County School System’s 2014 tered, and I am proud to have he arrived, he made his way in experiences and commitments to her classroom and students, Teacher of the Year at Thurs- her at Ruth Hill.” a strange and new place, and and views teachers similarly as day’s recognition ceremony. Corley added he would be worked hard to bring his fam“It is very humbling to know proud to have Patel as his own ily to him and to make a life for heroes to their students. Patel was one of three finalI work in a school system with child’s teacher, too. his family. so many good teachers,” said “Educators allow dreams to She remembered how he ists chosen from the Coweta Patel after receiving the award come true,” said Patel. “They brought the family to Amer- school system’s 31 individual Ami Patel, of Ruth Hill Elementary School, is announced as the 2014 at the ceremonies held at the (students) are our future, and ica with few resources, but he Coweta County Teacher of the Year by Coweta school board member school system’s Centre for Per- we can help them achieve the still worked to provide them TEACHER, page 3 Harry Mullins on Thursday.

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Pictured in front, Coweta County Crime Suppression Unit Sgt. Jeff Bugg, Deputy Adam Montgomery, Deputy Troy Foles; back, Coweta County Judge Joseph Wyant and Deputy Brandon Thrower.

“The Bonnell expansion was most recent recession, accordan amazing announcement for ing to Greg Wright, president our community,” Wright said. of the Coweta County Develop“W hen they were faci ng a ment Authority. Wr i g ht emph a si z e d t he period of uncertainty regardimportance of courting the ing their future, they deterright industries for the region mined a way to set themselves during his talk at Friday’s meetup for success for the future. ing of the Coweta Rotary Club, Their ability to add jobs has held at the Newnan Country been a wonderful addition to Wright Club. our community.” “While we get our share of The recent announcebusinesses whose average hourly rate ment from Niagara Bottling LLC of a is around $17 dollars per-hour, those planned location in Shenandoah Indusaren’t the projects we want to work,” trial Park is one of the many promising Wright said. “We’re committed to projects that are on the horizon for quality job growth in our community.” the development authority. Wright was While the Coweta County Development Authority helps recruit new busiWRIGHT, page 3 nesses and helps existing companies

By CLAY NEELY expand, Wright feels that the developclay@newnan.com ment authority ultimately sees more economic growth from existing comCoweta County fared better than panies working on expansions rather than new companies. many communities during the “The Bonnell expansion was most recent recession, accordan amazing announcement for ing to Greg Wright, president our community,” Wright said. of the Coweta County Develop“W hen they were faci ng a ment Authority. Wr i g ht emph a si z e d t he period of uncertainty regardimportance of courting the ing their future, they deterright industries for the region mined a way to set themselves during his talk at Friday’s meetup for success for the future. ing of the Coweta Rotary Club, Their ability to add jobs has held at the Newnan Country been a wonderful addition to Wright Club. our community.” “While we get our share of The recent announcebusinesses whose average hourly rate ment from Niagara Bottling LLC of a is around $17 dollars per-hour, those planned location in Shenandoah Indus-

From left, Captain Bryan Minix, Captain Chuck Loftin, Assistant Chief Alan Smith and Assistant Chief Scott Harmon with the Coweta County Fire Department, and Neal Mangum with Coweta County EMS.

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aren’t the projects we want to work,” trial Park is one of the many promising Wright said. “We’re committed to projects that are on the horizon for quality job growth in our community.” the development authority. Wright was While the Coweta County Development Authority helps recruit new busiWRIGHT, page 3 nesses and helps existing companies

From left, Captain Bryan Minix, Captain Chuck Loftin, Assistant Chief Alan Smith and Assistant Chief Scott Harmon with the Coweta County Fire Department, and Neal Mangum with Coweta County EMS.

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By WES MAYER Luncheon at the Coweta County cal services, the court system and wesley@newnan.com Fairgrounds on Friday. more. The meal was provided by The annual event was organized Newnan Utilities and Warden Bill by the Newnan-Coweta Public An estimated 300 to 400 employ- Safety Committee members, and McKenzie and Lt. Larry Smith with ees of Coweta County’s numer- the luncheon was free and open the Coweta County Prison, and a ous city and county public safety to all divisions of public safety – long table covered in every kind of departments gathered for the 16th including law enforcement, fire LUNCHEON, page 5 annual Public Safety Appreciation departments, emergency medi-

Grantville: Improved parks By WES MAYER need added security

Luncheon at the Coweta County cal services, the court system and Fairgrounds on Friday. more. The meal was provided by The annual event was organized Newnan Utilities and Warden Bill by the Newnan-Coweta Public An estimated 300 to 400 employ- Safety Committee members, and McKenzie and Lt. Larry Smith with ees of Coweta County’s numer- the luncheon was free and open the Coweta County Prison, and a ous city and county public safety to all divisions of public safety – long table covered in every kind of departments gathered for the 16th including law enforcement, fire LUNCHEON, page 5 annual Public Safety Appreciation departments, emergency medi-

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By W. WINSTON SKINNER Michelle Huffstickler, the city’s new winston@newnan.com recreation director, recommended at the council meeting this past MonGrantville has been busy improving day that the city purchase security its recreation areas – and now addi- cameras for both parks. In an April 23 memo, Huffstickler wrote: “With tional security is needed. the addition of the splash park and the The city is near completion on its public restrooms on Griffin Street, splash park on Post Street, which also security cameras will be needed to has a community building and a picmonitor park activity, deter vandalnic area. The public library, ball fields ism and add security to the parks.” and a historic log cabin are nearby. She estimated cost for security At the Griffin Street Park, longtime cameras at both parks at $5,810. The Grantville Recreation Board mem- council did not take action on the bers Mary Elder and Ruby Hines issue, but set a meeting of the streets spent some time on a recent morning. and public works committee to examBoth are proud of the handicapped ine the security issue. accessible water fountains, the fence at the street and restrooms at the SECURITY, page 3 community center.

Grantville: Improved parks need added security By W. WINSTON SKINNER Michelle Huffstickler, the city’s new winston@newnan.com recreation director, recommended at the council meeting this past MonGrantville has been busy improving day that the city purchase security its recreation areas – and now addi- cameras for both parks. In an April 23 memo, Huffstickler wrote: “With tional security is needed. the addition of the splash park and the The city is near completion on its public restrooms on Griffin Street, splash park on Post Street, which also security cameras will be needed to has a community building and a picmonitor park activity, deter vandalnic area. The public library, ball fields ism and add security to the parks.” and a historic log cabin are nearby. She estimated cost for security At the Griffin Street Park, longtime cameras at both parks at $5,810. The Grantville Recreation Board mem- council did not take action on the bers Mary Elder and Ruby Hines issue, but set a meeting of the streets spent some time on a recent morning. and public works committee to examBoth are proud of the handicapped ine the security issue. accessible water fountains, the fence at the street and restrooms at the SECURITY, page 3 community center.

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Bull riding, barrel racing event to benefit bull rider

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL Christian Bulls & Barrels. IXL Cowboy hadn’t been ridden before, he said. screws in his face, and his teeth were sarah@newnan.com Church is an outreach program of Ben“When he fell off, he was 10 feet in seriously damaged. They were pushed ton Baptist Church in Benton, Ala. front of me." up into his g ums, and the impact The event will be May 9 and 10 at 7:30 “He was literally lifeless,” Dutra said. crushed his sinus cavity. Local bull rider Cody Brook sustained p.m. Admission will be $12 for adults “That was the first big hit he’s taken. In addition to the bull riding and barserious injuries to his face in early and $6 for kids 7 to 12. Kids 6 and under That was scary,” he said. rel racing, “We’ll probably have some March at a rodeo in Troy, Ala. will be admitted free. Dutra said when he ran to Brook he sheep out there for the kids,” Dutra said. Next weekend, a benefit bull ridBrook was riding a bull when “they told him he was going to be going to the There will be both men’s and woming and barrel racing event, Bucking head butted each other,” said his step- hospital with him. “He said, ‘No, send en’s bull riding, and there will be a firefor Brook, will be held at the Coweta dad, Luis Dutra. Dutra “f lanks” the Momma. You just keep bucking bulls.’” County Fairgrounds. Proceeds from bulls, tying on the flank strap before “He’s something else,” said Dutra. He works show at the end of the night. For more information, contact Dutra the event will help pay Brook’s medi- they are ridden, so he was nearby when said when he told Brook about that later, at 404-597-3690 or Jimmy Boswell at cal bills. the accident happened. Brook happened his son didn’t remember saying that. Brook now has a metal plate and 334-525-0436. Bucking for Brook is organized by IXL to be riding one of Dutra’s bulls and it

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By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL Christian Bulls & Barrels. IXL Cowboy hadn’t been ridden before, he said. screws in his face, and his teeth were sarah@newnan.com Church is an outreach program of Ben“When he fell off, he was 10 feet in seriously damaged. They were pushed Local bull rider Cody Brook ton Baptist Church in Benton, Ala. front of me." up into his g ums, and the impact was injured in a bull riding accident in early March. A benefit rodeo will The event will be May 9 and 10 at 7:30 “He was literally lifeless,” Dutra said. crushed his sinus cavity. be held next weekend to help pay Local bull rider Cody Brook sustained his medical bills. p.m. Admission will be $12 for adults “That was the first big hit he’s taken. In addition to the bull riding and barserious injuries to his face in early TUESDAY and $6 for kids 7 to 12. Kids 6 and under That was scary,” he said. Rainfall rel racing, “We’ll probably have some ° | 57° at a rodeo in Troy, Ala. March 85 will be admitted free. Dutra said when he ran to Brook he sheep out there for the kids,” Dutra said. Next weekend, a benefit bull ridBrook was riding a bull when “they told him he was going to be going to the There will be both men’s and woming and barrel racing event, Bucking head butted each other,” said his step- hospital with him. “He said, ‘No, send en’s bull riding, and there will be a firefor Brook, will be held at the Coweta dad, Luis Dutra. Dutra “f lanks” the Momma. You just keep bucking bulls.’” County Fairgrounds. Proceeds from bulls, tying on the flank strap before “He’s something else,” said Dutra. He works show at the end of the night. For more information, contact Dutra the event will help pay Brook’s medi- they are ridden, so he was nearby when said when he told Brook about that later, at 404-597-3690 or Jimmy Boswell at cal bills. the accident happened. Brook happened his son didn’t remember saying that. Brook now has a metal plate and 334-525-0436. Bucking for Brook is organized by IXL to be riding one of Dutra’s bulls and it (in inches)

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Breakfast a Go-Go Servings: 1 • 1/3 cup low fat granola • 3/4 cup de-seeded water melon chunks • 5 ounces low-fat banana yogurt In ta ll glass or to-go container, layer ingredients as follows: half each of granola, watermelon and yogurt. Repeat to create two of each layer.

• 4 wedges seedless watermelon, cut into bite-size pieces • 1 cup chicken,cooked and diced • 1 tablespoon cilantro, chopped • 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt • 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt • 1 dash cayenne pepper • 2 pieces whole pita bread, halved • 1/4 cup prepared spreadable herb cheese • 4 large lettuce leaves Place sliced watermelon on paper towels to remove excess liquid. Mix chicken, cilantro, yogurt, garlic salt and cayenne pepper. Spread inside surfaces of pita with herbed cheese and fill each with 1/4 cup chicken mixture. Top with water­melon and lettuce before serving.

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Dressing • 1 cup pomegranate juice • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar • 1-1/2 tablespoons orange zest • 1 tablespoon agave syrup • 1 small shallot, minced • 1/8 teaspoon stoneground mustard • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil • Dash of salt and pepper, to taste

Salad • 8 cups baby spinach (one 6-ounce bag) • 3/4 cup diced red onion

• 2 cups diced watermelon • 6 ounces fresh raspberries • 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds Simmer juice in small saucepan over medium-high heat until reduced to about 3 tablespoons and liquid is a thick syrup. Set aside. When cool, add remaining dressing ingredients. Whip; set aside for flavors to blend. Place watermelon on paper towel to absorb excess fluid. Place spinach in large serving bowl. Top with onion, water­m elon, raspberries and pomegranate seeds. Divide onto four salad plates and drizzle with dressing.

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A day at the beach No many how many times you have watched films like “The Longest Day” or “Saving Private Ryan,” you aren’t prepared for your first look at Omaha Beach, a stretch of sand in northern France where as many as 1,000 American boys are estimated to have died in a single day fighting to liberate millions of total strangers half a world away. The battle began in the predawn hours of June 6, 1944. Before D-Day was over, 73,00 American soldiers had visited different beaches along the Normandy coast. Over 4,000 would never see home again. Two days later, t he f ighti ng had slowed enough to start burying the dead. A spot overlooking Omaha Beach was chosen because it was convenient to so many who would lie there forever. Today, that piece of land is known as the American Cemetery and Memorial at Omaha Beach. I was there recently. The sights – a wide expanse of shoreline far below 172.5 acres of green, manicured grass filled with marble monuments of sparkling white – were exactly as portrayed in photos and films. I wasn’t surprised to feel awed and humbled by that hallowed acreage. That was expected. But I didn’t expect my handkerchief would come in so

ALEX mcrae handy. Along Omaha Beach itself the ugly debris of war – both mechanical and human – has been removed and the long sandy shoreline is postcard pretty. Waves mutter across the sand, birds wheel and cry overhead, and it’s hard to imagine this tranquil piece of real estate disturbed by the roar of gunfire or the screams of young men wounded and bleeding, crying out for mothers unable to comfort them or sweethearts they would never again embrace. A ha rsh w i nd blows relentlessly along the coast, as if determined to carry away the awful memories of that long ago day. Locals say it never stops. High above the golden sand, with the sea and sky serving as blue backdrops, 9,238 marble memorials greet each of the estimated one million who visit each year to pay their respects to loved ones, friends or total strangers. A s I stood a mong t hose rows of crosses – all facing west toward America – I was reminded of a story written by the incomparable Ernie Pyle, whose columns from the front lines of World War II gave Americans back home an

Sharing with readers Printing presses are a lot like cars. They have basic functions. A printing press prints, in our case, newspapers. A car gets you from A to B. Every car has four tires, a steering wheel, accelerator, brakes, engine, etc. Presses are similar. They have blankets, rollers, plates, paper, ink, motors, etc. But there’s a big difference between driving an old ‘57 Chevy pickup and say, the latest Lamborghini. They both get you from A to B, but the experience, so to speak, is a wee bit different. It’s the same with presses. Our old presses required a lot of manual tweaking of the ink wells to get the color right. The much newer presses printing our paper now in Opelika are almost completely computerized. And that means we still have to do adjustments on our end to meet the specifications of the new presses. Color parameters that worked on the old presses won’t cut it with the requirements of the new presses at the Opelika-

JOHN WINTERS Auburn News. I bring that up as an example of how some of our color photos may appear a little too dark. We are working on that. Each day we adjust our color parameters to determine what will be the perfect match with the new presses. We are getting there, so please bear with us. On another front, some have complained about, as one Sound Off noted, the “frou frou” Food page. Right now we are using pre-created content from a wire service. The reason for this is because, as many of you know, Bradley Hartsell, our reporter, and his girlfriend, Hannah Latimer, were involved in a very serious car accident on April 16. Both are out of the hospital and in out-patient rehabilitation. They are on the mend and Bradley

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intimate look at the horror –and occasional joy – of war. Pyle filed the story on December 7, 1944, after walking through the wreckage of the previous day’s carnage at Omaha Beach. The story ended this way: “The strong, swirling tides of the Normandy coastline shift the contours of the sandy beach as they move in and out. They carry soldiers’ bodies out to sea, and later they return them. They cover the corpses of heroes with sand, and then in their whims they uncover them. “As I plowed out over the wet sand of the beach on that first day ashore, I walked around what seemed to be a couple of pieces of driftwood sticking out of the sand. But they weren’t driftwood. “They were a soldier’s two feet. He was completely covered by the shifting sands except for his feet. The toes of his GI shoes pointed toward the land he had come so far to see, and which he saw so brief ly. “That boy may be among those still resting beneath a white marble marker at Omaha Beach. If so, I hope he heard me say “thank you” for the sacrifice that allowed me to see that same land so brief ly, yet return to tell the story. Most places I’ve visited have left an impression. Normandy left a bruise. I hope it never fades.

hopes to return sometime in late June or July. Until then, other reporters are not only doing their jobs, but helping fill in for Bradley, who was responsible for the Food page, as well as UpClose, Weekender and Healthy Living. Once he’s back at work, he will resume those pages. And like the old Ginsu knives commercial, “but wait, there’s more.” Sorry, no wind chimes. Jonathan Hickman is back writing movie reviews for us. Many of you know him as he’s a longtime Newnan area filmmaker, writer and attorney. We’re glad to have him aboard. We are looking at other columns as well, a monthly wine column and additional business-related contributors focusing on job searching, marketing and professional development are in the works. As I said earlier, there’s a lot of tweaking going on with The Newnan TimesHerald. Our goal, as always, is to provide you with the best community newspaper we can.

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CN003367 OFFER EXPIRES 6/13/2014. *System rebate offers range from $300 to $1,700. See your local Lennox dealer for details. ** Cannot be combined with other discounts or offers. ***This offer excludes diagnostic fee and cannot be combined with any other offer. See dealer for details. © 2014 Lennox Industries Inc. Lennox dealers include independently owned and operated businesses. One offer available per qualifying purchase.

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