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SPINE SURGERY IN THE 21ST CENTURY By Dr. Chad M. Kessler, M.D.

The technological advances in spinal surgery over the last decade have been dramatic. Many of the instrumentation systems and techniques that are used by spine surgeons today were not even developed during my Fellowship training 14 years ago. Fortunately, our ability to learn and perfect these techniques has also improved with the availability of cadaver-based training facilities and surgeon mentoring programs. Surgeons that have the desire to remain on the cutting edge of these technological advancements have a myriad of resources available to assist them in becoming proficient in performing new and often more complex procedures. I was very fortunate to have been trained by a surgeon who foresaw the need to remain current with the many advancements in the treatment of spinal disorders that we have seen in the last decade. Dr. Alan Goodrich was Chief Of Spine Surgery at the Medical College Of Georgia during my residency training. He always stressed to all his resident trainees the need to remain current with all available knowledge and techniques that can improve patient care and outcomes in the treatment of disorders of the spine. Dr. Goodrich is now in private practice in Augusta, Georgia, and continues to remain on the cutting edge in spine technology. He is nationally known for his work on the evolving lateral interbody fusion technique, or XLIF procedure. My patients and I have benefited greatly from his continued generosity in sharing his knowledge and experience with me. Many of the improvements in spinal surgery have centered around the development of minimally invasive surgical techniques (MIS). MIS surgery utilizes smaller incisions and specially developed retractors and instruments. Procedures that 10 years ago required long hospital stays and months of painful recovery, with large incisions, now require one or two days in the hospital, with recovery in only weeks. Scars resulting from an MIS procedure are small, and postoperative pain has been drastically reduced when compared to more traditional “open” procedures. Not all patients are candidates for MIS surgery. Each case needs to be evaluated by a surgeon with experience in these often complex techniques. Extreme lateral interbody fusion (XLIF) and minimally-invasive transforaminal interbody fusion (MISTLIF) are two such procedures that I have utilized extensively in my practice in recent years. XLIF has become a common technique to help patients with spinal deformity or severe degenerative lumbar conditions that have failed all types of conservative treatment. It involves a lateral approach through the patient’s side. A small skin incision can be used because of the advancements in retractor systems with high-powered fiberoptic light sources. The procedure cannot be utilized in all cases, but XLIF is performed in about one to two hours and is associated with low blood loss and quick recoveries when compared to traditional open posterior fusion. About two-thirds of the lumbar disk can be removed through the patient’s side, and a plastic spacer is placed in-between the vertebra to facilitate correction of deformity and fusion. Posterior fusion with placement of rods and screws can also be performed using MIS techniques. The newest rod and pedicle screw systems are now able to be placed through small percutaneous incisions utilizing similar retractors and lighting systems used in XLIF. All surgery has potential risks. Conservative measures such as physical therapy, nonsteroidal medicines, activity modification, injections and appropriate chiropractic care should all be exhausted prior to surgery even being considered in all but the most serious spinal conditions. MIS surgery does have some disadvantages when compared to open procedures, and is not appropriate in all circumstances. Potential disadvantages include increased operative time and steep learning curves for surgeons. Less visualization during surgery and higher radiation exposure for surgeon and patient are also disadvantages. The advantages, as previously mentioned, include: 1. Small incisions with less postoperative pain. 2. Less blood loss. 3. Shorter hospital stays. 4. Quicker return to daily activities.

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Patients considering a minimally invasive spinal procedure should consult with their surgeon and discuss all potential risks, goals of the proposed procedure, chance of success and expected recovery course. All appropriate nonoperative treatment options should be exhausted. While all patients are not candidates for MIS surgery, continued technological advancements are making these procedures much more likely to be an option in the treatment of common spinal problems in the 21st century. Chad M. Kessler, M.D.

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W

e sometimes hear the term “work ethic” as it applies to the way a person performs his or her job - good or bad. The older generation complains it no longer exists, business owners prize it in their employees, caring parents hope to instill it in their children, and “lay-abouts” don’t even know what it is. So what really is the meaning of this phrase, anyway? I would like to describe it as a “willingness to step forward and do what needs to be done, even when no one is looking”. It becomes a habit. Over the years I have developed a desire to have a good work ethic, although I certainly didn’t start out that way. Like everything else in my life, it had to come the hard way. At age twelve, I had a paper route, delivering about a hundred papers each day after school. If I accidentally missed even one house, that customer would report the offense to the newspaper office. I was then made to peddle all the way back to that neighborhood to deliver the missing paper. (Sometimes a dog would run off with it, but I was still held responsible!) At that point in my life I didn’t realize those situations were building my work ethic. A few years later, when working at our family run business, the Tastee Freez, I left a sandwich out of a good customers “to go” bag. When he got home and reported the missing burger, I was made to deliver it to his home, several miles away. (At least I had finally graduated from a bicycle to a car!) It wasn’t that I wanted to do it, but there was no other alternative if I was to keep my job. I didn’t understand it then, however, these experiences were adding to the building blocks of my character - my work ethic. By the time I became a business owner, the work ethic was becoming a habit, something I wanted to do. One profound example, which I will always remember, involved a home my company constructed on Pinson street for Miss Willie Boyd, a retired school teacher. It was Christmas eve and I was at home with my wife and our two young daughters when Miss Boyd called me crying. A pipe had burst, flooding her kitchen with about two inches of water, and, at her age and living alone, she was helpless. I guess that work ethic, which had been developing in me over the years, “kicked in”. I drove to her home with towels and bucket, cleaned up the mess, and got home about the time my daughters were going to bed. This willingness to “do the right thing” had now become a “He is a “model student” part of my character. By the way, a good work ethic will not necessarily make you a model of what not to do”! succeed in business, but it can certainly, in part, make up for some mistakes. Every day I connect with people in our community involved with the commerce of products and services. Although there are always some exceptions, I believe the majority of this present generation does have the desire to do a good job. I see it everywhere. These people are trying to develop a good work ethic, whether for their own business or for their employer. And yes, “even when no one is looking”! P.S.: Here’s what my high school teachers used to say about my work ethic. “He is a “model student” - a model of what not to do”! Perhaps I was a “late bloomer”. As always, I invite your comments and suggestions to help us make The Coweta Shopper an interesting and effective advertising medium.


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3RD Year Anniversary

Wednesday, June 29 … Children’s Day Camp at the Carnegie Library ~ “Could You Be A World War II Kid?” from 9a.m. to 4p.m. Limited to 25 children. Campers must bring their own lunch and, weather permitting, will enjoy lunchtime in the park. Cost per camper is $25 and participants must be between 8 and 12 years old. Tickets at the Carnegie Library on weekdays and Scott’s Bookstore in historic downtown Newnan. Info at 770-683-1347 or visit www.newnancarnegielibraryfoundation.com

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Farmers Market Coweta County Farmers Market ~ local farmers and home gardeners share their farm fresh produce as well as local honey, pickles, jams and jellies, flowers and fruit. Local artisans will be offering arts ‘n crafts items. Wednesdays & Saturdays from 9 to 1 at the ASA Powell Expo Center on Temple Ave. (near the Rec Center and Waffle House). For more info call Coweta County Extension office 770-254-2620.

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and home gardeners share their farm fresh produce as well as local honey, pickles, jams and jellies, flowers and fruit. Local artisans will be offering arts ‘n crafts items. Wednesdays & Saturdays from 9 to 1 at the ASA Powell Expo Center on Temple Ave. (near the Rec Center and Waffle House). For more info call Coweta County Extension office 770-254-2620.

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Lee & Grant at Appomattox presented by John Stuckey. Coweta & the Confederacy Lecture Series. Brown’s Mill Battlefield Association. Newnan’s Historic Court House, 200 Court Sqaure, East Entrance, 2nd Floor Courtroom, at 7 p.m. 770-253-8264 Please e-mail your event details to info@thecoweta-shopper.com

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Saturday, July 9 … Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra, a youth orchestra from southwest Scotland, will perform at 7 p.m. and on Sunday, July 10th at 3 p.m. at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road. Tickets can be purchased at the Centre, Scott’s Bookstore in downtown Newnan, Morgan Jewelers in Ashley Park and Bank of Coweta at Thomas Crossroads. Proceeds from the concerts will benefit the Coweta County Schools Centre Strings program. Children under 6 get in free.

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Three Rivers Chapter Newnan Office ~ Adult, Child and Infant CPR/ AED and First Aid Class will start promptly at 8:30 am at 770 Greison Trail, Suite G, Newnan. The cost is $110 and prepayment is required to reserve your slot. Call 770-253-2056 for more information. 40055445

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NOTICE: ROAD CLOSURES • Ruth Drive will be closed on Monday, June 27, 2011 at #253 – 254 for crossdrain repairs. Ruth Drive will reopen at 4 p.m. on June 27, 2011 • Martin Mill Road will be closed through mid August for a culvert replacement project. The detour route will be US 27, Bexton Road, SR 54, Moore Road and Gordon Road. Our hope is to have the project complete and the road open by the beginning of school on August 8, 2011. • Luther Bailey Road will be closed through early November 2011 for demolition and removal of the existing bridge and the construction of a new bridge over Double Branch Creek. The traveling public will be detoured along Luther Bailey Road, Gordon Road, Eastside School Road and Old Highway 85. • The bridge replacement on Moore Road over White Oak Creek Tributary requires that the road be closed for removal and replacement of the bridge. The road will be reopened by August 7, 2011. Gregory Bridge Company is completing this project and it is funded through the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST.) The recommended detour is Gordon Road to Martin Mill Road to Scoggin Road.

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SHOWS Show & Shine Car Show Saturday, July 2, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Big Sam’s BBQ Addicts,625 Jefferson Street in LaGrange. Rain or Shine. Open To All Vehicles ~ Cars, Trucks, Bikes. Of Any Age, Any Model ~ All Welcome. No charge for participants. Top 5 Award Winners, Door Prizes, 50/50 Raffle, Music and More. Info? Mary Davenport Rdcoupe@gmail.com or 706-668-7731.

----------------------------------“The Car Guys” 10th Anniversary Car Show Series ~ Saturday, July 9th, United Way in Coweta County is proud to announce a partnership with “The Car Guys” 10th Anniversary Car Show Series which benefits local charities. “The Car Guys”, Scott Sargeant and Charlie Filkins, popular local radio, television and event hosts, have spent the past ten years raising over $100,000 for local charities throughout the Southern Crescent. 2011 marks the tenth anniversary hosting their “Car Show Series” which benefits numerous local charities with a percentage of the proceeds and raises awareness of the charities’ mission to the entire community. Held the second Saturday of each month through October, each Car Show welcomes over 150 restored cars on display ranging from the 1910’s to the 1980’s. Located in the Junction Lanes Bowling Center parking lot and adjacent to Carmike theaters, the venue offers family fun for all with food vendors, music by WC Sounds, activities and prizes. There is no registration fee for car owners and no charge to the public for this exciting event! The next Car Show will be Saturday, July 9th from 5 to 9 p.m. and the beneficiary is Change Your Brain Foundation, a not-for-profit providing education scholarships for families with children ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities. Info? 770-616-0449 or 678-972-0535.

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Everyone Welcome Great Values on New and Slightly Used Items 13 West Washington Street, Downtown Newnan Wednesday - Saturday 10 - 4 For more information or to make a donation call 770-683-2699 All proceeds benefit the Earn While You Learn Pregnancy and Parenting Classes provided by Coweta Pregnancy Services www.cowetapregnancyservices.org

Offering Such Fertility Treatments as • IVF: In Vitro Fertilization • Egg Donation Program • IUI: Intrauterine Insemination • Super-ovulation Technique • Male Infertility Treatments • Laporoscopy Procedures • Tubal Reversal

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Local Family In Need~ Fund Established For Family of Burn Victims Two Meriwether County residents, Jennifer Weaver and Billy Reddock, remain at Grady Memorial Hospital’s burn unit following a grease fire at their Greenville home. Jennifer has third degree burns over 95 percent of her body, according to her sister Connie Thompson. Billy Reddock reportedly suffered burns over 25-30 percent of his body. Thompson, with the help of her friend Shannon McDaniel, has started a fund in Weaver’s name to help with medical expenses and to provide for her three children, who are 5, 7 and 12 years old. According to Thompson, Weaver owned her own business and was the sole source of income for her family. Donations are being accepted at United Bank in Newnan, located at 61 Bullsboro Drive. Donations can be made in person at the counter, in the night drop or by mail. An account has been opened in the name, “Connie Thompson for the benefit of Jennifer Weaver.” All proceeds will benefit Weaver or her immediate family. A website has been designed to allow you to follow their progress and to make donations. www.a-sisterslove.blogspot.com


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Three Rivers Chapter of the American Red Cross Newnan Office, 770 Greison Trial, Suite G. Ages 11-15. $85.00 per participant. Prepayment is required to reserve your slot. Call 770-253-2056 for additional information.

Local Collections: Documenting the Battle of Brown’s Mill presented by Kerry Elliott & Sandra Parker. Coweta & the Confed-

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eracy Lecture Series. Brown’s Mill Battlefield Association. The Historic A&WP Train Depot, 60 East Broad St., Newnan, at 2 p.m. More info at 770-253-8264

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Your Children Need Their Sleep. Maybe More Than You Know.

As any parent can tell you, when children don’t sleep through the night, it affects the whole family. Did you know that more than 2 million children suffer from various forms of sleep disorders? Losing sleep can even lead to serious health problems like childhood obesity, diabetes and depression. Fortunately, the Piedmont Newnan Hospital Sleep Center can help diagnose and treat pediatric sleep disorders. We take your children’s sleep seriously, because when children sleep, the whole family sleeps. New! Sleep Clinic open on Wednesday afternoons! A board-certified sleep specialist is now seeing patients. Call the Piedmont Newnan Hospital Sleep Center at 770.254.3289 today for your consultation.

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NOTICE The A.O. Mission Center is now open on Mondays!

Our goal is to help by providing food, clothing, and assistance to those in the Coweta County community who are in need. The center is open Monday through Thursday from 9 AM until 11 AM and is located directly behind First Baptist Church of Newnan.

NEWNAN, Ga. (June 23, 2011)—A recent study by the Center for Disease Control reveals that 29 percent of Americans get less than the recommended minimum of seven hours of sleep each night. To raise awareness of the need for better sleep, Piedmont Newnan Hospital is teaming up with the American Sleep Association to establish a local Alert, Well, and Keeping Energetic (A.W.A.K.E.) support group. The group’s first quarterly meeting is open to friends, family members and patients with sleep apnea and will be led by board-certified physician, Vijay Patel, M.D. “Understanding Sleep Apnea and its Treatment Options” will be held Tuesday, June 28 at 6 p.m. at the Sleep Center located at 20 Francis Way, Suite 150 in Sharpsburg, Ga. The A.W.A.K.E. network has been creating awareness about sleep apnea since 1990. Groups are located throughout the country in almost all 50 states that provide a learning environment about keeping yourself in a healthy state while suffering from sleep apnea. Meetings are coordinated and guest speakers are invited to these groups and topics may include advice on complying with CPAP therapy, legal issues affecting those with sleep apnea, weight loss and new research findings.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is something that some people have never heard of, but many people suffer from. It is estimated that 85 percent of Americans that have OSA are undiagnosed, and continuing to suffer from this disorder without proper medical attention can have severe medical repercussions. OSA has been shown to be a primary factor in hypertension and is implicated in the development of cardiac arrhythmias. Other medical problems such as coronary artery disease, strokes, as well as other heart failure and cardiac issues can arise. Being educated and proactive about this disorder is the primary goal of the A.W.A.K.E. networks. With the availability of these support groups, patients have a better understanding of their disorder and the steps they need to take to better themselves. For more information about the American Sleep Association A.W.A.K.E. networks, visit sleepapnea.org. Also, for registration and more information about Piedmont Newnan Hospital’s A.W.A.K.E. group call Jennifer Morrow at 770254-3289.


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Legal Briefs: Bill Stemberger As trial attorneys, my partner and I are in both the State and Superior courts weekly. At times we are required to try cases in front of a jury. Today’s article deals with the jury trial process. The first step in a jury trial is the “voir dire”, french words that mean “to speak the truth”. This is better known as jury selection. Both the plaintiff and defense attorneys have the opportunity to question prospective jurors about their background and potential biases before being chosen to sit on the jury. Attorneys are allowed to challenge a prospective juror “for cause” if that person says or otherwise expresses a bias against the attorney’s case. Each attorney can also exercise a limited number of challenges to particular jurors for which no reason is required. After the jury is selected they are then “sworn in” and opening statements are presented. Each attorney has the opportunity to discuss the facts regarding their side of the case. Anything said in the opening statements is not evidence, but just each party’s attempt to explain their side of the story. After opening statements, the evidence is presented. The plaintiff ’s side presents their evidence first which is called direct examination. Once a person has gone through direct exam, the opposing party has a right to cross examine that person regarding their testimony. This process is continued through each of the plaintiff ’s witnesses until the plaintiff closes. At that point in time the defendant has a right to present evidence if they so chose. If the defendant presents witnesses, the plaintiff ’s attorney then has an opportunity to cross examine the defense witnesses also. At the end of all the evidence, the attorneys are given the opportunity to present closing arguments. Closing arguments are the attorney’s chance to persuade the jury to their side of the case by reviewing evidence and by the use of exhibits as approved by the court. Once both the plaintiff and the defense attorneys complete their closing arguments, the judge would begin reading jury charges. Jury charges are specific laws and rules a juror should follow when the jury is deciding the case. Such charges include burden of proof, definitions of negligence, credibility of witnesses, and the law applicable to the particular case being tried. At the close of the jury charges, the jury is then sent back into the jury room to deliberate and the jury receives any documents which have been entered into evidence. After the jury deliberation and reaching a verdict, the jurors return to the courtroom and the verdict is read to the parties. If you or your family member are in need of a trial attorney please call. Stemberger & Cummins, Attorneys at Law, — with over 50 years combined experience in helping the injured and the innocent. Call today for your consultation. Bill Stemberger & Scott Cummins STEmBErgEr & CummInS, P.C. Attorneys At Law 45 Spring Street, P O Box 1175, newnan gA 30264 770-253-0913 website: scalawfirm.com Stemberger & Cummins, P.C. is a newnan law firm specializing in auto and truck accidents, wrongful death & injury claims and criminal & DuI defense.

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New Location

J&L Fashions has moved! Stop in and See our new store 2710 Hwy. 34 East, Suite F, Newnan • 770-304-5700

Tux’s by Jim Formal Wear, New Wedding Gowns for Sale or Rent, Sandals, Clothing, Jewelry Bring this ad in for 15% discount (cannot be used for tux rental)

Hours: Monday 1–6; Tuesday-Friday 11–6; Saturday 10-5.

The next issue of The Coweta Shopper will be mailed July 6 and will be mailed to the B Zone ~ 16,557 addresses East of I-85 including White Oak, Thomas Crossroads, Sharpsburg, and some other areas. If you don’t receive a Shopper in the mail next week, check out the current issue on our web site

www.TheCowetaShopper.com NOW THRU JULY 18! Newnan Community Theatre Company’s SUMMER DRAMA CAMP FOR KIDS AGES 5 TO 12 From designing and building sets, writing skits, creating characters, and putting on a show, campers are taught by working theatre professionals, teachers, and college theatre students. KidsCamp runs Monday through Friday with a performance on Saturday. There are two types of sessions offered: HALF DAY KIDSCAMP 9am to 12:30pm (A light snack is provided) $125 per child FULL DAY KIDSCAMP 9am to 5pm. (A morning and afternoon snack is provided - Students should bring their own lunch) $200 per child

REMAINING WEEKLY THEMES: June 20-25 “Tall Tales and Legends” adventure theme June 27-July 2 “Red, White & Blue” patriotic theme July 11-16 “Magic and Mystery” fantasy theme July 18-23 “Christmas in July” holiday theme

NEW THIS YEAR – TEEN WORKSHOPS! These half-day workshops are designed just for students ages 11 to 15 and cover more in-depth topics. The culmination will be a showcase on Saturday at 1pm. JUN 27-JUL 2: Character Creation* • JUL18-23: Movement Skills *There is an additional $25 materials fee for these workshops.

For more information and to register, visit www.newnantheatre.org DON’T MISS THESE UPCOMING SUMMER SHOWS!

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L O C A L

Roger Ray has recently joined the staff of The Coweta Shopper as Advertising Sales Representative. Roger’s sales career began in 1980 with Metropolitan Life and progressed with three major corporations, serving as regional training director, district manager and national business development consultant. He and his wife, Ann, live in Newnan and have five children and 6 grandchildren. Roger enjoys working out, golf and fishing, and as a family, they like to visit the beach and mountains , as well as enjoying a nice dinner out on weekends. We are proud to have Roger Ray represent The Shopper and to help businesses with their advertising needs. 678-850-7014 rogerray@thecowetashopper.com

Encouraging Words “There is no pillow as soft as a clear conscience.” ~ John Wooden

Q “Servant leadership is more about character than style.” ~ Robert Greenleaf

Q “There are two kinds of people in the world; ducks and eagles. Ducks quack. Eagles soar.” ~ Don Shula

Q “Life is what happens to you while you’re planning on doing something else.” ~ John Lennon

Q ““Without vision the people perish”. ~ Proverbs 29:18

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J&L Fashions has moved to a smaller and quaint location in the Park Place Center (near Goodwill)! Manager, Sonya Seaman, along with the store owners invite you to come in and see their new look. J&L Fashions still carry unique purses, sandals, jewelry, scarves, clothing and handmade items from Thailand. This one stop shop also carries anything you will need to look great for that special event. Stop in and see Sonya for wedding or special event planning. Jim’s Formal Wear and a great line of wedding dresses for sale or rent or just a few more services J&L Fashions offers. J&L Fashions, 2710 Hwy 34 E Suite F, Newnan, 770304-5700.

Delicious, refreshing, and cold shaved ice snow cones in 36 flavors and several “fun” flavors such as Barbie, Cactus Juice, Cinderella, Shrek, and Nemo. In Sharpsburg just North of the light at Hwy 54/154 (beside the BP gas station). Look for the red trailer with the colorful frog and snow cone decals. Look for us on Facebook ~ The Frigid Frog of Georgia

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New State Farm agent, Rachelle Holmes New State Farm agent, Rachelle Holmes has taken over the insurance business of Ruth Ann Embry, who retired June 1 st. She has 14 years experience working as a licensed team member with a State Farm office in Dalton. Rachelle and husband, Steve, have two boys; Sebastian and Trevor. Their family enjoys outdoor actives including camping and fishing. Rachelle also enjoys running and wants to participate in local races. “I chose my career with State Farm because their success was built on the foundation of shared values: quality relationships, mutual trust, integrity and financial strength”

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“I am proud to call my self a State Farm agent.” Located at 75 Jackson St, Suite, 303, she can be reached at 770-251-6005. The Coweta Shopper welcomes Rachelle and her family to Coweta County and wish them much success.

The Frigid Frog of Georgia is in Sharpsburg … Being from Texas, getting a shaved ice snow cone was a treat that our family enjoyed often. Since we arrived in Coweta county in 2008, we have been unable to find that affordable sweet treat that we loved so much. We decided that the great folks of Coweta county deserved to experience that same delicious treat in the hot summer months. We offer 36 flavors and several “fun” flavors such as Barbie, Cactus Juice, Cinderella, Shrek, and Nemo. We look forward to meeting everyone and putting smiles on the faces of children and adults when they taste the fluffy goodness of a shaved ice snow cone. We are located in Sharpsburg just North of the light at Hwy 54/154 (beside the BP gas station). Look for the red trailer with the colorful frog and snow cone decals. Hours are daily 2 to 8. We are also on Facebook ~ look for us ~ The Frigid Frog of Georgia.

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Come see our 27,000 Square Feet of Showrooms 50 Amlajack Blvd., Newnan, 770-251-2500

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Family Fun for the 4 of July is in Downtown Newnan th

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Monday, July 4th at Drake Stadium, Newnan High School

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Market Day • Saturday, July 2 • 10am - 2pm

Join us the first Saturday of each month for Market Days! The best home grown, home made or hand made products this side of Atlanta with over 60+ vendors! Stroll the streets of Downtown and discover the unique products.

Pickin’ on the Square • Saturday July 2 11am - ?

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sought after any time silver prices rise. Right now it’s a sellers market he said. The rarest coins these collectors are looking for include $20, $10, $5 and $2 1/2 gold coins and any coin made before 1850. These coins always bring big premiums according to the ICCA. Silver dollars are also very sought after nowadays. Other types of items the ICCA will be purchasing during this event include U.S. currency, gold bullion, investment gold, silver bars, silver rounds, proof sets, etc. Even foreign coins are sought after and will be purchased. Also at this event anyone can sell their gold jewelry, dental gold or anything made of gold on the spot. Gold is currently trading at over $1,400.00 per ounce near an all time high. Bring anything you think might be gold and the collectors will examine, test and price it for free. If you decide to sell you will be paid on the spot – it has been an unknown fact that coin dealers have always paid more for jewelry and scrap gold than other jewelers and pawn brokers. So whether you have one coin you think might be valuable or a large collection you recently inherented you can talk to these collectors for free and if your lucky you may have a rarity worth thousands. Either way there is nothing to lose and it sounds like fun! For more information on this event visit the ICCA website at www.internationalcoincollectors.com

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Grantville Mosquito ☛ This family needs our help: Grantville resident Connie Thompson’s sister was seriously injured on Sunday, June 12. Jennifer was cooking and the skillet that she was cooking in caught fire. She called her husband in to help her and when he picked up the skillet to take it out he slipped on the grease that had already spilled on the floor. The hot grease covered both of them. He sustained burns over 30% of his body and underwent surgery that day. Jennifer was burned over 95% of her body including some internal burns. She is in a clinically induced coma and has recently had a 5 hour surgery. She is only 29 and has three children. She was the sole provider for her family because her husband has just been laid off. Her family has set up an account at United Bank on Bullsboro in Newnan, also located in Hogansville & Whitesburg. Under the name Connie L. Thompson benefit for Jennifer Weaver. Jennifer is looking at possibly 8 months of hospital time and several surgeries. Please help ***** ☛ “Love a Bull Program” FREE Spay/Neuter Surgery and FREE Rabies/DHPP vaccines. To Qualify * Must be pit bull-pit bull mix * Must be a Coweta County resident. Must be person’s own dog and live with owner. Age: 12 weeks or older. In-heat or pregnant dogs ARE ACCEPTED. Services include: exam by Doctor, Overnight Stay, Surgery, Sedation and Monitoring, Before and After Pain Medicine. By appointment only - Monday through Friday. (770)304-7911 Funding for this program is provided by people who know and LOVE Pit Bulls. *****

☛ Pastor Brad Brimlow and Grantville First Baptist Church will host Grantville GED classes. Classes are scheduled for Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6P.M. to 8 P.M. at First Baptist Church, 45 Broad Street, Grantville Contact Shelly Smith/770-583-3621 or Linda Dean/770-583-2726. ***** Lost & Found Department … Someone left a “beautiful” walking cane at the Grantville Post Office. Please call and describe it and you can have it back! ***** ☛ Can you volunteer with logistics for “The Wall That Heals”? This is the travelling Vietnam Wall event coming to Coweta County Fair Grounds Oct. 20-23. Call Veterans Affairs member, Malcolm Jackson at 678-948-8387 ***** ☛ Grantville Post Office has a new self-service copier. Copies are .25cents each. ***** ☛ Grantville’s Animal Shelter needs part-time volunteers. You must be 18 to apply. Application forms are located at the Police Dept. ***** ☛ Market Day will not be held in June due to circumstances beyond The Grantville Mosquito’s control - See you July 16 from 10-2 in beautiful Colley Park. ***** ☛ all events submitted by e-mail via Grantville-Mosquito@tinyletter.com *****

Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Volunteers & Businesses Recognized

Power Networking Lunch Wednesday, July 13 11:30 am - 1:00 pm 1904 Grille

You're going to be eating lunch anyway - why not make it a Power Networking Lunch? No featured speaker. Pure networking. Introduce yourself and your business to other business leaders. April Volunteers of the Month!

Jil Daniel and Stacy Livingston with Baby Dimensions were recognized for their valuable contributions to the recent Golf Classic. Both ladies volunteered numerous hours to solicit and pick up more than 100 door prizes.

Print Source Honored as the April Prosperity Award Winner!

Andy Miller, owner of Print Source, was recognized for his growth strategies and innovation in building his printing business.

Cost for members to attend is $15, which includes your meal. For future members, the cost is $50, which can be applied to Chamber membership fees. For reservations call 770.253.2270 or simply email info@newnancowetachamber.org with a "Yes or No."

Members Celebrate with Ribbon Cuttings

Apex Communications, an AT&T Store, recently held their ribbon cuttings at 2710 Highway 34 E, Suite D, in Newnan. They can be reached at (678) 423-3260 or visit their web site at http://www.apexcentral.net.

A ribbon cutting was recently hosted by Rock Back Pizza located at 311 Newnan Crossing Bypass in Newnan. Visit their web site at http://www.rockbackpizza.com or contact them at (770) 251-2252.

Complete Dental Arts recently celebrated their new office with a Chamber ribbon cutting. They are located at 2819 Highway 34 E, Newnan, and can be contacted at (770) 2548787 or at http://www.completedentalarts.com.

Give us a call, we’ll be glad to assist you in joining the Chamber—770.253.2270

Email: info@newnancowetachamber.org

Website: www.newnancowetachamber.org


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The Armchair Gardener Drying Plants Most of us who love gardening would say that there is no good substitute for fresh plants and flowers. However, the time, work and cost of fresh flower arrangements can be burdensome. Long lasting dried arrangements can be the perfect solution. Growers can profit from the need of busy people to have more long lasting decorations for their homes. Seasonal changes offer variety as well as special holiday themes.

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Opening July 1st Grand Opening July 16th, 5:30 - 8:00 14 Jefferson Street, Downtown Newnan off the Square, behind Redneck Gourmet www.CornerArtsGallery.net

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There are a number of methods of drying flowers and foliages, pods, cones and seed heads and branches. Air drying, water drying, sand, borax, cat liter, silica gel, alum, glycerine, or using a microwave or pressing can be used for different types of plant materials. Air drying is done by hanging small branches of plants upside down until thoroughly dried. A dark, warm, dry place, free of humidity, with good air circulation is needed ~ such as an attic, closet, basement, barn, loft or garage. Pick the plants on a dry day around mid-day. One method is to attach bunches to coat hangers with rubber bands. Drying should take one to two weeks. Store dried materials in a dry, dark place. Some plants good for air drying are: Baby’s Breath, Bells of Ireland, Cockscomb, Hydrangea, Larkspur, Statice, Blue Salvia, Strawflower, Tansy, Yarrow, Pampas Grass Plumes, Wheat, Cat Tails, Dock, Chinese Lantern, Honesty, Mullein, Peony, Goldenrod. Leaves such as “Silver King” Artemisia, Aspidistra, magnolia or iris foliage dry well. Okra pods, bean pods, garlic heads, lavendar, rosemary, lotus pods, sweetgum balls, wisteria pods, trumpet vine seed pods, cottonwood tree bolls, and nandina berries or china tree berries all dry easily. Pine cones and corn husks are excellent to dry this way as is sumac and Queen Anne’s lace. Some of these plant materials benefit from a spray of lacquer, hair spray, or commercial plant sealers to help preserve them longer. Corn husks can be made into various types of flower forms. Pine cones can be cut in half to make rosette forms. Small magnolia leaves can be combined with a cone to form ‘flowers’. Artichokes can be dried and used as flower forms. Dried materials may be left natural; brushed with pastels and sealed; spray painted; or dyed with fabric dyes to achieve a softer appearance. Dried plant materials can be combined in arrangements using sahara (similar to oasis) or chicken wire to hold in position. They can be used to make seasonal wreaths or wreaths and swags of herbs for the kitchen. Topiaries may be made using a container of choice (with plaster of paris) to hold a branch topped by a styrofoam or chicken wire ball.

SECURITY FINANCE 159 SUITE E TEMPLE AVE., (across from William L Bonnell) Newnan

770-251-5010

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A Sister’s Love Join us for a special benefit concert in honor of 29 year old

Jennifer Weaver Jennifer was recently injured in a kitchen fire and needs to be hospitalized for at least 8 more months to be treated properly. Jennifer has three children and all the money raised will go to help with household expenses and medical bills.

Sunday, July 10, 2011 Greenville Street Park in Downtown Newnan, Georgia

5:00pmEST FEATURING:

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LAND AND LOTS

83 WOODED AcRES NEAR FAiRBuRN on Short Road. Plan for 167 lots. Bank Owned. $5,500/ac 5.8 AND 6 AcRE WOODED TRAcTS off Summers McKoy Road, $30,000 per tract. 19 AcRES WiTh LONg FRONTAgE on Hwy 27 just north of Luthersville. Ideal for several home sites. $7500 per acre. 58 AcRES, FENcED hORSE pASTuRE just off Hwy 54 and Bear Creek Road with stream. $12,500 per acre. 10 WOODED BuiLDiNg LOTS in Chandlers Run - $22,500 per lot VAcANT BuiLDiNg LOT on Derring Circle. Just $3000. 509 AcRES ON hWy 29 iN gRANTViLLE, part zoned industrial, long road and rail frontage. $12,500 per acre (Owner/Agent) 255 AcRES ON i-85 NORTh OF NEWNAN at proposed site for new exit and access roads. $60,000/Ac. (Owner/Agent) 21.6494 OpEN & WOODED AcRES on Hwy 16 with long frontage on White Oak Creek, old baseball field. Ideal for church, recreation or homesite. $220,000. 93 hEAViLy WOODED AcRES near Warm Springs, Good Hunting, Joins Lake Meriwether. $3,500/Ac. SiX – 18 TO 22 AcRE MiNi hORSE FARMS near Hogansville. Gated entrance with paved road. Protective convenants. Only $6500 per acre. 36.8474 hEAViLy WOODED AcRES on Corinth Road with 2 streams and lake sites. Possible owner financing. $7900 per acre. 110 AcRES NEAR hARALSON, 14 acre stocked pond, 15 acre Coastal Bermuda field, 43 acres of 20 year old planted pines, barn, gorgeous homesites. $1,100,000. 6 gORgEOuS BuiLDiNg LOTS in Quig Young’s Place. Just $19,900 per lot. 195 WOODED AcRES NEAR cORiNTh, long road frontage on Miller Rd. 29-yr old planted pines, great hunting. $1,950 per acre. (owner/agent) 61 WOODED AcRES, near Moreland, 9 acre stocked lake, 1 acre pond, park like setting in area of horse farms. $6995/ac.

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#02700843 LONE OAk FARM, Country Home on 25 mostly open fenced pasture overlooking pool & pond, 3BR/3BA, LR, DR, huge gourmet kitchen, full basement. See at $495,000.

#02986246 SpAciOuS BRick RANch w/full finished bsmt has GR w/fireplace & wood stove, LR/DR combo, fully equipped kitchen, 5BR, 3BA, den w/fireplace & kitchen in basement. Reduced to $139,900.

#02932262 cOMpLETELy REMODELED ViNyL RANch has LR w/fireplace, formal DR, 3BR, 2 tiled baths, kitchen w/stove & dishwasher, breakfast room & new roof. A lot for $74,900.

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#03040314 DELighTFuL EuROpEAN STuccO & ViNyL hOME In East Coweta, conv. to everything! Upgraded fully equipped kit. w/ granite c-tops & new cabinet facing & hrdwd flr, full finish bsmt w/2nd kit, 2 story foyer, GR w/fp & 5BR/3.5BA. $229,900.

#03064714 ATTRAcTiVE RANch on corner lot has Living Room w/fpl, Formal Dining Room, Fully equipped Kitchen, 3BR/2BA, Family Room & Sunroom. Possible Owner Financing. Just $110,000.

#03028658 MERiWEThER cOuNTy Stone & Vinyl Home on 13.1 four board fenced acres, horse barn, 16,000 sq. ft. cabinet shop, cOMMERciAL inground pool, 4 BR, 2 ½ Bath, greatroom SEVEN cOMMERicAL TRAcTS ON ThE BypASS. Zoned commercial. 2 acres to 11 acres & much more. $1,000,000. each$200,000 to $300,000 per lot. gABLE’S – 20,000 Sq. Ft. - $1,250,000. 4.29 AcRES adjoining Medical Clinic on Hwy 34 East - $99,000/ac 6.85 AcRES Zoned Commercial on Temple Ave. a/k/a Hwy 16/27/34 - $495,000 cORNER cOMMERciAL LOT on Hwy 29S & Beavers St. 2 Houses - $150,000 3.6 AcRES ZONED O & i on Hwy 16 at Senoia - $259,900 12,500 Sq. FT. BRick AND METAL BuiLDiNg on 4 fenced acres - $650,000.

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#03058382 15 MiNuTES FROM AiRpORT, 4BR/4BA Home, 10 acres pasture, pond, easy access to I-85, LR, DR, Den w/fp, huge open kitchen. A must see at $389,900. (FRANK)

#03024645 SMOkEy ROAD BRick RANch w/full basement on 7.4 acres w/stocked pond has LR, dining area, den, updated kitchen, 3BR/2BA & Rec. Room w/wood stove. See at $179,900.

#02922456 BRAND NEW 1½ story craftsman home on 8.177 hardwood acres has vaulted GR w/fireplace, formal DR, kitchen w/breakfast nook, laundry room, 5BR, 3BA & double garage. See at $275,000.

#03073544 cLASSic WiLLiAMSBuRg TRADiTiONAL, on the Golf Course, 4BR/3.5BA, LR w/fpl, Huge Formal DR, Open Kitchen w/Keeping Room, 18x36’ in-ground pool, much more. ONLY $319,900.

#02888116 SMOkEy ROAD hORSE FARM – 35.61 Acres, 4BR Main House, 1BR Guest House, 1 ½ acre stocked pond, approx. 12 acres new pasture, area of estate homes. $495,000.

#03031099 cANNONgATE TRAcE Delightful Cape Cod near Exit 56 has Greatroom w/fp, 3BR/2.5BA, Kitchen w/breakfast area, Formal DR, New Hardwood Floors, Full Bsmt. & Double Garage. $259,900.

#02930196 hugE ViNyL cApE cOD w/full bsmt 3.46 acres off Smokey Rd., private pond, inground pool, FR w/fplc, formal DR, fully equipped kit. w/breakfast area, 4BR, 4½ BA, sunroom, gameroom w/fplc, in-law kit. & huge detached shop. See to appreciate at $450,000.

#03037113 SpAciOuS SpLiT BEDROOM RANch ON 5.665 AcRES on Gordon Rd has GR w/fireplace, Kitchen w/breakfast Area, 3BR, 2BA & Detached Double Garage & Shop. Just $159,900.

#03074160 cOMpLETELy REMODELED 1947 Era Bungalow, close to schools & downtown, 3BR, 1 ½BA, Living Room, Dining Room, all new Kitchen w/new hardwood floors. Full Basement. A must see at $129,900.

Mortgage Rates 15 Year Fixed …

3.62%

30 Year Fixed …

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HOUSES

HOUSES

HUD HOMES For more info call: Tom Leiby 770-301-7519; Angie Hogsed 678-472-8384; Elena Dickerson 404-3791206. Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson Street, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990 www.hudhomestore.com www.lindseysrealtors.com

BREATHTAKING SCENERY! Charming 3 BR home overlooks wide stream on 18.9 wooded acres. Full, unfinished basement, maintenance free exterior, 30x40 shop with loft. Charm to spare. Tenant Occupied. Call for appointment. Julie Jones 770-328-8422 and Alice Kirby 770-301-9456 – now with Keller Williams Realty.

FISH AND SWIM in this neighborhood’s lakes! Easy to relax in this beautiful home. Comfortable living areas, large patio & private wooded yard, open kitchen with granite countertops, 4 bedrooms - one is big enough to have pool table, 3.5 baths, sunroom. $235,900. Julie Jones 770-328-8422 – now with Keller Williams Realty.

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Spring Special

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770-683-6988

Can I Afford To Professionally Stage My Property? The question should be: Can You Afford Not To Stage? Let’s talk about the home buyer of today. •

Studies show that there are more first time home buyers under the age of 30 and more baby boomers than any other time in history. Let’s face it, they are the ones that have the jobs and income to qualify for the mortgage.

According to the Maritz survey, 63% of buyers are willing to pay MORE for move- in ready properties. They want to move in right away and begin entertaining immediately. They are family oriented, smart, shop around for the best deals, want more value for their investment and are willing to wait for that value.

Over 92% of buyers research online before they contact a real estate professional. They start making their list of “must see” houses from the photos they see online. Photos of professionally staged listings look better online and are key to driving the buyer traffic to that listing.

A prospective buyer will view a property that has been professionally prepared and showcased as “well maintained”.

A buyer’s agent will recognize that a staged listing is “move-in” ready and are more inclined to show that property.

Professionally prepared and showcased listings STAND OUT in a prospective buyers mind.

RESA (Real Estate Staging Association) released an annual report in February of 2010 and the results showed that 126 vacant and occupied homes that had not been staged prior to going on the market, stayed on the market, on average for 263 days. Those same frustrated home sellers had their properties professionally staged and were sold on average within 60 days.

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Month of July $5.00 fill the bag sale at New Beginnings by CWH, 13 Augusta DR.

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Join us through the month of July as we make changes at “New Beginnings by CWH” located at 13 Augusta DR. Newnan and “More New Beginnings by CWH” located at 4 Fair ST. Newnan. New Beginnings will now be exclusive for women, men’s and children’s clothing to include shoes and accessories. We will have an area that will have infant and toddler items. The boutique will feature surprise sales throughout the month. The store will continue to have hard back and paperback books, and videos. During the week we have free bread. Hours are Tuesday-Friday 10:00 am-3:00 pm and Saturday 11:00am-3:00pm. More New Beginnings will have furniture, kitchen appliances, lamps, pictures, linens, dishes, glassware, hard back and paper back books and one of a kind items can be found for reasonable prices. Helium balloons for your parties are available. Hours are Saturday and Monday 11:00 am- 3:00 pm and Sunday 2:00 pm-5:00 pm. Don’t miss our 1/2 off furniture on Saturdays from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. and 2 for 1 glass ware on Sundays. Mondays will feature a surprise sale item. Your shopping experience will help us end domestic violence one family at a time. We hope we see you there. All proceeds support women and children victims of domestic violence. 770-304-0966 X1 www.communitywelcomehouse.org

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Greenville Street DiScount Store

167 Greenville Street, Newnan • 770-251-5993 • New Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 - 5:45; Saturday 9-5. We accept all major credit cards and EBT. Sale starts Wednesday, June 29 and ends Saturday, July 9. Selection in store may vary from artwork in advertisement.

July 4th Sale Bush Baked Beans

Little Debbie

2/$3.00

28 oz.

Honey Buns (6 pk.) Swiss Rolls (12 pk.) Nutty Bars (12 pk.) Oatmeal Cakes (12 pk.)

Chocolate Chip Cream Pie (8 pk.)

Chicken Noodle Soup

.99¢

Heinz Homestyle Gravy 12 oz.

10.5 oz.

2/ 99¢

2/99¢ Pyramid Cigarettes

Oxydol Washing Powders

25.99

80 oz., 50 loads, Reg or HE

Carton

$

Air Wick Freshener

1.99

$

3.99 2/$7.00

$

24 oz.

1.590

$

Bush Chili Beans

Bread Your Choice

.79¢

Hunt’s Ketchup

Each or

Best West Peaches 29 oz.

28 oz.

.79¢

Dasani Water 16.9 oz., 24 count

4.99

$

Vault 20 oz., 24 count

2/$5.00

Case Coke Product

10.00

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Old Jack Dog Food 21% Protein, 50 lbs.

14.99

$

Kibbles & Bits Dog Food 3.6 lbs.

1.99

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Georgia Bulldog T-Shirts variety of sizes

.99¢

Clorox Toilet Wand with Refill

2/$15.00

Valu Time Foam Plates 40 count

.99¢

Foam Cups 25 count

1.49

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Phillips Electronics Phones, Cables, Remotes, 1 Pod Hook Ups, etc.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Shekinah Glory Ministry 103 Temple Ave (corner of Temple & Dixon), Newnan. Pastor/Teacher: Jewish Christian Avi Porat who is fluent in Hebrew. He teaches the Bible from the Hebrew perspective. Service time: Sunday at 9:00 am and potluck lunch follows. Church Store: Shekinah Store: Queen Esther Treasure Chest; All Jewelry $2, Accessories, Cosmetics, Lots of selection, Come see our new inventory, Everyday low prices! Store hours: Thursday-Saturday 11 am to 6 pm. Contact info: www. shekinahgloryministry.net Tel # (678) 913-3745 TUCKER HARDWARE Now Open. The 1 Stop All Hardware Store. 770-253-4950 ‘ DOOR2DOOR TECHNOLOGIES -now in new location 19A Bullsboro Drive, Suite A (Farm Bureau Bldg) 770-683-3238 ‘ Habits Health Foods ~ same location 18 years. 144 Bullsboro Dr., behind O’Reilly Auto Parts. Retailer of Supplements, Foods, Personal Care & Sports Nutrition. We’ve added new lines such as the Now brand, Nordic Naturals and Almased. Still carrying old favorites and adding more foods to support GFCF needs in the community. Call Carla @ 770251-3854 McGUIRE BUILDINGS now open ~ family owned since 1969. Purchase or rent to own. 28 Bullsboro Drive across from Newnan Utilities blue water tank. 770-502-7007 Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper CALL 770-254-1421 to place your word ad here before Friday at 3 p.m. for the next Wednesday’s issue. $9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2 weeks, get 3rd week free!

ANTIQUE, GIFT, THRIFT SHOPS DROPS OF HEAVEN BOUTIQUE unique, gently used clothes for whole family, and plus sizes. New hand bags, fashion jewelry and much more at low prices. 18 Perry St., Newnan 770-363-6583 6.29

ANTIQUE, GIFT, THRIFT SHOPS

Mitchell’s Last Chance Old Town Sharpsburg Corner Main & Terrentine. Handmade Quilts, Homemade Jelly, Collectables & Antiques, Unique Items. Flea Market Fri-Sun (call for space) 706402-1225 We Buy Gold Event. Precious Metals. Top Prices (Sat only) 6.29 GENTLY USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES and New and Used Bargains. Refurbished appliances / warranties. Furniture - new and used. Household items, clothing and lots more. Come see our new inventory! 154 Temple Ave., Newnan 770-252-9905 Mention this ad! 7.13 Upscale Resale Shoppe is a unique thrift boutique offering high quality merchandise. Items include clothing for the entire family/accessories, and household items. Formal and Bridal gowns in a variety of sizes. 31 Market Square Road, Newnan 770-253-4702. Mention this ad! All proceeds benefit Southwest Christian Care. New Beginnings by CWH 13 Augusta Dr. Newnan. $5 fill the bag sale to help clear out inventory. Thursday, June 16th-Saturday, June 18th. Hours Thurs. & Fri. 9a.m.-3p.m.; Sat. 10a.m.-4p.m. More New Beginnings by CWH 4 Fair St. Newnan open on Saturdays & Mondays 11a.m.-3p.m. with 1/2 price furniture from 1p.m.-3p.m. on Saturday. Donations accepted at both locations during normal business hours. Donations are tax deductible. All donations support women and children victims of domestic violence. www.communitywelcomehouse.org Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper CALL 770-254-1421 to place your ad here before Friday at 3 p.m. for the next Wednesday’s issue. $9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2 weeks, get 3rd week free!

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HEALTH

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CRAFTMATIC adjustable beds with massager, like new, 2 available, $500 each. 770-3017512

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MEETINGS NA MEETS at Newnan Club, 9 Perry St. Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 6 p.m.; Fridays 7 p.m.; Saturdays 7:30 p.m. MASTER GARDENERS’ BACKYARD ASSOCIATION provides free gardening sessions for the general public the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The sessions last approximately one hour, and Master Gardeners are available before and after the session to help with gardening questions. Call 770-254-2620 or see website http://www.ugaextension.com/ coweta/news.html for more info NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY meets monthly the first Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Heatherwood Baptist Church, 721 Shenandoah Blvd., Newnan. Info? Dorinda 770-502-1984

AUCTIONS Moreland Surplus & Sales, 3481 S. Hwy. 29, Moreland. Weekly Auctions ~ Friday Nights at 7 p.m.; Saturday Nights at 6 p.m. Hall A Lot Auctions, Jodina Hall GAU 3376. 678-768-7094; 404-5976817; 678-423-7333 7.6 Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

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FOR SALE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE! Convenient discount pricing on gifts, clothing, novelties, electronics, games and much more. Go to johnnysbigdiscountclub. com Vendors welcome. 7.6 OFF LAY-A-WAY from the Marianne Collection. 5 piece bedroom ~ sold for $698, paid $100, balance $598. C and C Manufacturers Outlet, 770-2536060 ‘ Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

WHEAT STRAW HAY ideal for planting grass. Only $3.50 per bale. Frank Barron 770-2319535 ADVANCED FENCING SOLUTIONS ~ Where Experience Counts. Residential, Commercial. Vinyl, Chain Link, Wood, Trellises, Decorative Metal, Custom Gates, Arbors. Free estimates. Financing available. 7131 Hwy. 78, Suite G, Winston, GA 770-942-9770 www. advancedfencingsolutions. com New Entertainment Center for 60” TV, lighted towers and bridge, $750. First Act Drum set, slightly used, $125. Call 803-553-0265 ‘

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RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 17 FOOT CAMPING TRAILER, 28 1/2 FOOT CAMPING TRAILER both 2010 models sell at wholesale. 770-253-0369, 678-378-6740 6.29 GO KART WORLD has moved. Come by and check out our new location: 238 Pine Road, Newnan. Repairs, Service and Manufacturing. www. gokarts.net 770-253-5374 2005 KAWASAKI 1600 VULCAN, low mileage, $6,495. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop 770304-8224 ‘ 2007 XTREME Pit Bike $799.95. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop 770-304-8224 ‘ 2008 YAMAHA Y Zinger 80. $799.95. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop 770-304-8224 ‘ Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

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VEHICLES 1999 mercury grand MARQUIS tilt wheel, cruise control, cold air, V8, power windows, 4 wheel disc brakes, 115,000 miles, $4,500 obo 770253-6060 ‘

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VEHICLES

FOR RENT

1996 Dodge Grand Caravan Top of the Line LE/ES, excellent condition, 7 passenger, 3.3 L V6, AT, PS, PW, PB, AM/ FM/CST/CD, 188,000 miles, green/almond, well taken care of by local original owner car nut. $3600 (770) 253-8746 7.13

Partially furnished 1 bedroom, 1 bath duplex. Located on quiet road, 1 1/2 miles off I-85 at exit 56. $650 month includes some utilities. 770301-7939 ‘

2004 FORD LARIAT 65,000 miles, fully loaded, one owner, $18,900 obo. 770-253-5447 ‘ 1955 CHEVY 4 door sedan, 265, 4 barrel, excellent condition, runs great. Price Slashed! $8,000 obo. 678-472-4871 ‘

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HOUSES HUD HOMES For more info call: Tom Leiby 770-301-7519; Angie Hogsed 678-472-8384; Elena Dickerson 404-3791206. Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson Street, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990 www.hudhomestore.com www.lindseysrealtors.com FISH AND SWIM in this neighborhood’s lakes! Easy to relax in this beautiful home. Comfortable living areas, large patio & private wooded yard, open kitchen with granite countertops, 4 bedrooms - one is big enough to have pool table, 3.5 baths, sunroom. $235,900. Julie Jones 770-328-8422 – now with Keller Williams Realty. BREATHTAKING SCENERY! Charming 3 BR home overlooks wide stream on 18.9 wooded acres. Full, unfinished basement, maintenance free exterior, 30x40 shop with loft. Charm to spare. Tenant Occupied. Call for appointment. Julie Jones 770-328-8422 and Alice Kirby 770-301-9456 – now with Keller Williams Realty.

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LAND/LOTS Lot 27-A, Spring Water Coves, Lake Wedowee, Alabama The lot has 110+ water frontage which has a completed 4 foot concrete seawall. There is an additional 15 feet (approximately) of water frontage that would be included. With proper placement of the home this lot has big water views, and also offers the privacy of a low traffic area for the dock. The asking price is $225,000. 770-328-9535 ‘

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VACATION PROPERTY SUMMER SPECIAL Portside, 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath townhouse across street from beach. Panama City, FL. Call for August, September specials. This includes all fees, pet friendly, 4 night minimum. 404-473-9000 ‘

HUD HOMES For more information call: Tom Leiby 770-301-7519 Angie Hogsed 678-472-8384 Elena Dickerson 404-379-1206 Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors 14 Jackson Street, Newnan, Ga. 30263 770-253-6990 www.hudhomestore.com www.lindseysrealtors.com


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Classified Ads VACATION PROPERTY

SUMMER special Emerald Isle ~ 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo on beach, Panama City, Call for August, September specials. Minimum 4 nights, this includes all fees, beach chairs (2) and umbrella included. 404473-9000 ‘ SUMMER SPECIAL Splash. 1 bedroom, 2 bunk sleeper sofa, Panama City, FL. Call for August, September specials. 4 night minimum. This includes all fees, also beach chairs (2) and umbrella. 404-473-9000 ‘ SUMMER SPECIAL Portside, 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath townhouse across street from beach. Panama City, FL. Call for August, September specials. This includes all fees, pet friendly, 4 night minimum. 404-473-9000 ‘ Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY COMMERCIAL HOUSE in downtown Newnan, behind the post office, has offices for rent from $325 - $425 a month, utilities included. Contact Joe at 678-485-3552 ‘ CALL 770-254-1421 to place your ad here before Friday at 3 p.m. for the next Wednesday’s issue. $9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2 weeks, get 3rd week free! Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

BUSINESS OPPORTUNTIES BARBER SHOP FOR LEASE Established business. Sharpsburg area. 770-583-4001 7.6 CALL 770-254-1421 to place your ad here before Friday at 3 p.m. for the next Wednesday’s issue. $9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2 weeks, get 3rd week free! Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

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SERVICES

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WARD LAW OFFICE bodily injury/wrongful death, auto & truck accidents, criminal defense/DUI. Graylin Ward, Attorney at Law, 770-251-1289 27 East Broad Street, Newnan ‘

CNA Home Health Aide Service. Looking for someone to take care of your loved ones? I can assist them with baths, feeding, prepare meals, and sitter service. Call TANGELA 404-207-6306! 7.13 CARPET AND FLOORING REPAIR Restretching, patching, installation, measuring, vinyl tears, squeeks in your floors, burns, etc..... OVER 20 Years of experience 678-876-1050 carpetmend@yahoo.com 7.6 MAIN STREET LAUNDRY SERVICE ~ FREE Pick Up and Delivery. Wash - Dry - Fold or Put On Hangers. Comforters S $10; Q $15; K $20. Great Prices and Great Service. 404925-2993 8.31 MASTERSHINE CARPET CLEANING 3 rooms $34.95. Sofa, loveseat & chair $89.95. Year flea treatment available 770-253-9345 6.29 HAIL DAMAGE ~ Call for quick, complete free estimate. 404-627-6909. Remodeling, Home Repairs, Roofs, Roof Repairs, Gutters, Vinyl Siding, More. A-1 Roofing & Remodeling, Inc. Fully insured. 100% financing available. www.a1 roof -remodeling.com 7.6* PARTY ON THE LAWN yard decorations to celebrate special occasions. Check out our website www.partyonthelawn.com 678-877-5150 SURE DRY ROOFING & RESTORATION free estimates and inspections, licensed and insured, office 770-7190018. No money down. Experience the difference. All major credit cards accepted. ‘ EYELASHES & EYE BROW ARCHING Make up and Eyebrow Enhancement. Threading Eyebrows and Threading Classes. Let me help you get ready for your next wedding or baby shower. Call Lisa at 678340-9874 7.13 A&W NURSERY & LANDSCAPING nursery and large greenhouse, landscaping offering water features, outdoor kitchens, patios, brick pavers, walls, fences, sod and plant installations. Mike Abercrombie 770-251-0317, Monday - Saturday 8-6; Sunday 11:30 - 4. Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

ROSSI BOBCAT SERVICE grading your washed out driveway or clearing underbrush for your next yard project. Quality work. Satisfaction guaranteed! Free estimates! $45 per hour with 4 hour minimum. For heavy track machine - $55 per hour. Mike 678-378-8197 7.13* HANDYMAN SERVICES. Large or small jobs done, no need to worry. Paint, Plumbing, Electrical, Doors, Windows, Roofing, Flooring, Drywall, Ceramic Tile, Air Conditioner repair, etc. Michael Thomas 678-409-8600 Quality work for a reasonable price. 7.6* ROOFING - local roofer, quality work, free estimates, call Donald 678-739-7806 8.31 Ragan Construction State Licensed & Insured, New Home Construction, Room additions, Garages, Basement build outs, Sunrooms, Porches, Roofs, Paint, Siding, Gutters. Please call Rick for free estimate. 678-758-3558 7.13* ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS ceiling fans, 220 volt outlets, security lighting, additions, remodeling, new homes, commercial work. Licensed and insured. For electrical needs 770-502-7774, 404-271-3937 ‘ FIRE HOUSE LAWN CARE ~ we answer the call! Residential & Commercial Accounts. Mowing, Edging, Weed Eating and Blowing. Start enjoying your summer off. Call Chad Hardage for a free estimate. 404-667-0969 ‘ WE BUY Junk Cars, Aluminum Wheels, Appliances, Aluminum Cans, Copper, etc. We carry a large inventory of used car & truck tires. Gentry’s, 15 Mayo Royal Rd., just off Carrollton Hwy., 770-253-5770 ‘ Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

HUMANE SOCIETY Newnan Coweta Humane Society needs volunteers. www.nchsrescue. org or call 770-253-4694 CWH ~ Community Welcome House Safe Haven and Thrift Stores. For information on how you can be part of change in the life of a mother and child e-mail cwh@communitywelcomehouse.org or 770-304-0966 x 1 ask for volunteer information. A Lifelong Ripple Effect: From new friendship to meaningful moments that words cannot describe, the enriching benefits of volunteering with VistaCare Hospice are limitless. Touching a life, easing someone’s pain, the personal fulfillment of knowing you made a difference – can be life changing. Working together with our staff, volunteers reach out to patients and families providing valuable support, companionship, and comfort. For more information please call Lynn Yeager at 770-251-1367 Coweta Pregnancy Services is a non-profit organization serving women and men with an unplanned pregnancy by providing material, emotional and spiritual support. If you feel you would like to volunteer at CPS, the Hope Boutique or the Earn While You Learn Program please call Vicki Hale at 770-251-7158 or cowetaps@gmail.com

WANTED TOP DOLLAR for gold and silver, silver dollars. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop, 770-3048224. In business for 19 years. 167 Greenville Street ‘ COINS / CURRENCY WANTED - all types, individual and sets, foreign and domestic. Free appraisals. ANA member. 770-252-3743 7.6 CHILI COOKERS accepting Contestant Applications for The Great Bowl Of Fire Chili Cook Off -Oct 29. More info at Gdaysfestival@Aol.com 770583-9013, 770-583-9900 vendors and MORE The Grantville Festival Committee is accepting vendor applications and also Musicians, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Country for The Grantville Day Crosstie Festival that takes place Sept 24. info? Gdaysfestival@Aol.com 770-583-9013, 770-583-9900 CALL 770-254-1421 to place your ad here before Friday at 3 p.m. for the next Wednesday’s issue.

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Now Hiring Licensed Stylist for New Great Clips in Peachtree City. Hourly wage PLUS commission. Benefit package - includes health insurance & paid vacation/holidays. NO CLIENTLE NEEDED Call Today 770-883-5347 or 678612-2940 7.6

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HIRING INFANT TEACHER & COOK experience only need apply. Contact Robbin Smith, Kids 4 Kompany Learning Academy 770-502-9802 7.13

NOW HIRING Manufacturing / Assembly Workers. * Manufacturing / assembly* Opportunity for permanent positions * Large automotive company in LaGrange. Requirements are: pass drug screening, clean background, HS diploma or GED. Anyone interested go to www. westaff.com and do an online application. After 24 hours call Westaff - Newnan Office 770502-9930 7.13

FINANCIAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE willing to educate. Get paid to help others. Part time or full time. Call Tommy 770-251-7774 7.6 NOW HIRING: Infant Teacher, Pre-K Teachers and Cook / Bus Driver (dual role). Call Mrs Tanya 770-253-6709 7.6 Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

Great Clips in Newnan is currently taking applications for part-time/full-time licensed stylists. Extremely busy salon with a lot of walk-in clientele. Please contact Brenda at 678481-7274 6.29

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Classified Ads HELP WANTED

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PETS

Moppin’ Mommies NOW HIRING! Different positions available for experienced and unexperienced. Applicant must: have clear criminal background, pass drug screening, have own transportation, have an open availability Monday-Friday8am-6pm and on Saturday mornings, must also be available to work all Holidays except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day. Pay: $8/hour. Will be conducting interviews the week of 25th-29th, so e-mail now to be contacted for a telephone interview, then if interested we will schedule an face to face interview that week. Must be able to start immediately.E-mail: MoppinCoweta@charter.net No phone calls please.

Local company is expanding it’s sales force. Parttime work from home positions available. Representatives will be calling into childcare centers promoting our free fundraising programs. Phone sales and work from home experience is a plus, but willing to train the right person. Base + Commission. For immediate consideration send resume to nationwidefr@aol.com or call Mary at 770.855.4817 6.29

FREE FOR ADOPTION Labrador Retrievers We need good homes. Great companions and very loyal. Easy to train dog. 1, 2 and 3 years old. Males and females. Please call 770-304-9655 7.13

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Life Insurance Producer needed. Cotton States Insurance Co., Summer Grove, Newnan, is looking for a self motivated Life/Long Term Care/Disability Income sale person. Must have a current life/health license with the State of GA. Work from home, 100% commissions, quarterly bonus available. Cotton States is rated A+, and we need the right person to help sell these products. Please contact the office at 678423-6265 to set up an interview or to drop off a resume. Please mention you saw it in The Coweta Shopper

GEORGIA HEARTLAND HUMANE SOCIETY for photos of foster care animals lost and found database www. gahearthland.com. Adoptions Saturday 12 to 4 at Newnan PetSmart and every Sunday 1 to 5 Fayetteville PetSmart. THE DOG BARN Doggie Daycare and Boarding. John and Diane Christopher, 768 Christopher Rd., Sharpsburg, GA 30277. 678-249-4235 www. thedogbarn.net Low Cost/High Quality Spay Neuter for cats and dogs - at or below prices of mobile vets, with the quality and care of a full service clinic. HELP Spay Neuter Clinic in Newnan, GA. Surgery by appointment Mon. thru Fri. Call today 770-304-7911. www.helpspayneuter.org

PETS ANIMAL CONTROL of Grantville needs volunteers to walk and feed the shelter dogs and also to help clean. Contact Linda at 770-583-3006 ‘ NEWNAN COWETA HUMANE SOCIETY. check out www.nchsrescue.org for list of animals at local animal control facility and foster care animals. NCHS needs volunteers. Call 770-253-4694

FOUND PETS BOXER mix PUPPY male, possibly up to 2 years old, brown with black face, well taken care of, no collar, no chip, found in SummerGrove, near Lake Forest Drive and Fairgreen Trace. Please call 678-613-0695

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Meet Diane and John Christopher Owners of

The Dog Barn Most folks who have lived in Coweta County for any length of time surely know the name “Christopher”. John and his brother, Frank, have operated Christopher Brothers Land Surveyors for about as long as I can remember. They have probably measured and recorded at least 80 percent of the land boundaries around here. And anything they may have missed was certainly surveyed by their grandfather, Mr. T.Y. Mattox, many years before they came along in the business. Diane Christopher has had a love of animals all her life, but not just dogs. She and John have traveled around the country competing in Cutting horse competition for several years. They now live on the family farm near Sharpsburg which has been in the Christopher family since the civil War. Their address is, of course, Christopher Rd. Diane decided there may be an opportunity to make a business of her love for dogs and still stay near home. In early 2010, she and John converted a barn on their property into an overnight boarding home for dogs, and on Labor Day 2010, The Dog Barn was open for business! A few weeks ago, I visited their business to get information about an article I wanted to publish, which I thought would be of interest to our readers. I was impressed, to say the least. Both the “overnight guest” areas and the office area were absolutely clean, fresh and bright. Each dog has its own locker to hold special food, toys, needed medications and other items. There are eighteen 5x18 indoor/outdoor type “suites” connected to full size outdoor enclosures. There is also central heating and A/C which is a must for any “Discriminating Canine”. Dogs are housed separately, unless they are from the same home. Diane is especially proud of their good facility and the extra care they offer. “John and I live just a few hundred feet away”, says Diane, “allowing us to provide a safe, loving and caring atmosphere 24 hours a day”. So, if you are looking for a first class, family owned and operated boarding facility for your dog, visit John and Diane Christopher at The Dog Barn. Their “guest” really love them, and I think you will, too. www.thedogbarn.net, 678-249-4235

“I wish I had been doing this all my life.” … Diane Christopher

“Floyd” Turner

“It’s a dogs Life” (A day in the life of our guests)

7:00 – 9:00 AM Up and at em’ – potty time

9:00 – 10:00 We eat our breakfast

10:00 – 12:00 Oh boy, play time!

12:00 – 2:00 Nap time (“Do we have to?”)

3:00 – 5:00 More play time with my friends!

“Dinner at Six”

After Dinner We’re out to play for a few minutes, then come in for a great tasting treat!

And finally All tucked in for the evening.


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