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Steve Horton, founder and owner of The Coweta County Shopper 19892008, died recently in Kentucky. Our thoughts are with Darlene, Brian, Larry, Nick and their families. This month The Shopper is beginning its 25th year in business. We’d like to remember Steve and thank all the former employees and advertisers for 24 great years!

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There’s been innumerable changes since Steve and Darlene Horton moved to Newnan in 1989 and started a small direct mail advertising business in their Smokey Road home. There’s been more than half a dozen locations, many sales people and office personnel throughout the years. There were a lot of all night work sessions with a couple of Mac Plus computers with 9 inch monochrome screens, cut and paste with hot wax, long road trips delivering page layouts to the press in South Georgia, waiting on press run and the long ride back to the Newnan post office. It started as a small family run business with sons Brian and Larry putting in time over the years. Steve, a former pharmaceutical sales rep, was the top salesman for a number of years. Scott Shefelton was salesman, ad builder and office manager for 20+ years. His brother in law Rusty is still selling ads - 24+ years. Steve retired in 2009 and son Larry ran things for a while. Joe Williams bought The Shopper in 2010, changed the name to The Coweta Shopper and added some local content with The Armchair Gardener, What’s In Your Garage, Employee Spotlights, and interesting articles from time to time on locals. In Memory of Stephen S. Horton 1946-2013

We look forward to continuing and improving The Shopper ~ founded by Steve Horton in 1989.

August 3 … Au’ Natural Pageant - Historic Train Depot in Downtown Grantville

July 31 … Joy of Knitting Wed., 2:30 to 4. Learn how to knit and more! For Beginners: make a dish cloth. Bring 1 skein of “Peaches & Cream” yarn or 100% worsted weight cotton and 2 size eight 10” needles. For advanced knitters: finish your shrug. Continue projet from June’s program. Bring your shrug. Instructor Joy Gugert will guide you through trouble spots. Limited space. Call to reserve. Call to reserve a spot. 770-683-1347. 1 LaGrange St., Downtown Newnan,


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August 3 … Pickin’ on the Square & Market Day - on Newnan’s Historic Courthouse Square. Join us for pickin’ on the square the first and third Saturday of every month, 11am - until! All musicians are invited to come down to Newnan’s historic courthouse square and play. All music genres and skill levels are welcome. Acoustic only. Market Day First Saturday of every month (April-December) 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The best home grown, home made or hand made products from 60+ vendors around. Visit mainstreetnewnan. com or call Main Street Newnan at 770-253-8283 for more information.


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at 12 noon. Girls and Boys, ages 0-12, $15 entry fee. All children will receive a participation Medal. Top 3 in each category will be awarded a trophy. Winner will receive crown and sash. Grand prize winner will represent Kid A Palooza in 2013 Christmas Parade. Come out and support this non profit event. The proceeds go to Glanton Elementary School. For more info contact Pageant Director Kristie Bales,, 678850-0271


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Kid-A-Palooza a special festival in Grantville on August 3 “designed to raise money for the art department at Glanton as well as Grantville Downtown Development Authority projects for the downtown”. 50+ vendors including to Disney and TV characters, Home Depot, Free kids workshop, the Georgia Reptile Society & more. There will be free back to school supplies ~ donations are needed ~ composition books, notebook ruled paper, pencils, red blue & black pens. Contact Rebecca Campbell, hippiechicks2010@ for more information


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The Shopper Staff Rusty Kuehl Advertising Sales 770-301-6410 cell Tina Teal Advertising Sales 678-416-2068 cell Robin McLaughlin Bookkeeper 770-683-9824 Ruth Harris Doyal Composition 770-254-1421 Joseph E. Williams Publisher 770-683-9705 office The Coweta Shopper is published weekly by AdMedia, Inc. P. O. Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264


The Coweta Shopper is a popular and effective advertising guide mailed weekly to 16,400+ homes and businesses throughout Coweta county. We have successfully served the Coweta county area for over twenty years with our consumer-oriented guide consisting of a wide variety of retail and service advertisers, along with classified advertisements. Our office is located on the corner of Hwy. 29 South & Pine Road Office Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 - 5. 770-254-1421 Fax 770-254-8283 e-mail web:

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t an earlier time in the history of Coweta County, downtown Newnan was the center of commerce – the hub of activity. We actually called it “up town”, as downtown was reserved for places like New York or Atlanta. So, within about a two block area of the court house, one could buy a car, go bowling, see a movie, eat, buy medicine or clothing or hardware, cash a check, catch a Greyhound bus out of town, or spend the night in our county jail. It’s still a nice area, although in a different way, and I hope it will remain healthy for many more years. One of my more vivid memories of the “square” is of Alexander’s Barber Shop located on the south of, and facing, the courthouse. My father would take me there when we both needed a haircut and I would go back, on and off, through my teenage years. There were three huge (to me) metal and leather chairs that would swivel, recline or go up and down. Two of those chairs were reserved for owners Robert Alexander and his father. The third was for an additional employee. This was not a beauty parlor and they didn’t offer to design or style your hair, and they didn’t take appointments. Men walked in, sat down, and discussed fishing or hunting or politics while waiting for their regular barber. Their menu include a shave, haircut, your favorite hair tonic, and a shoeshine. And they would sometimes give you that special, ten-second massage of your shoulders and neck with a vibrating machine attached to the top of their hand. You probably couldn’t have spent more than two or three dollars for the whole shebang! All cuts were about the same – little or no hair around the ears and a little bit longer on top. There were three large ceiling fans to condition the space, a framed print of dogs playing poker, and a very ornate metal cash register on a stand. But it was that curtain at the rear of this small shop which surely led to some dark, unknown place that fueled my 5 year old imagination. What could be back there, and why would the barbers sometimes go in and quickly close the curtain behind them? Perhaps there was a dead body or two, or a robber hiding in wait. I was too afraid to ask! Things are different now, and that’s OK. Folks don’t really need to “go up town” to do their shopping. The bowling alley is gone and so is the bus station. But thanks to Main Street Newnan, the square area is once again a popular destination, although for different reasons. The big box stores and strip malls are much needed, but I hope we can continue to preserve the architecture and culture that once made Newnan’s court square the hub of commerce for Coweta County.

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Mailing address is: P. O. Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264 The Coweta Shopper reserves the right to accept or reject any advertising as we feel is in the best interest of our publication.

Post Script: As adults, we have a different perspective of earlier events. For over 25 years I was a neighbor of Robert Alexander and saw him walking almost every day. He was the husband of the talented artist, Harriet Alexander who we fondly remember. And after 60 years, I have solved the mystery of “The curtain”. It separated a room which contained a bathroom, mop bucket and broom, and a couple of storage shelves. No bank robbers. No dead bodies. I sure hope I will never have to allow my age to retard my vivid imagination.

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by the fingernail lodged in my throat. For a moment I forgot all about my leukemia until I looked up and saw the concern on his face.

The next day at school I was very quiet in class and kept my head down during story time. I refused to participate in gym class for fear that my condition would worsen. I told the teachers I was sick, but did not reveal the complexity of my condition. One of the teachers sent me to the principal’s office for proof of my sickness. When the thermometer read normal I shrugged my shoulders, but continued to cry. The disease was not registering in my system yet I thought. The principal made me eat a bowl of Corn Flakes, refusing to believe that I was not hungry.

“I’m here to talk about your feelings, and why you have been blue lately,” he said. I kept looking at him skeptically, while rubbing at my throat to coax the fingernail down. He tilted his head and raised his eyebrows giving the signature look of an adult who expects an answer.

“I guess you’re wondering why you’re here,” he said. I looked at him blankly, offering no opinions even though his mission was clear to me.

“There’s a fingernail stuck in my throat,” I said as I watched through my overgrown bangs for his reaction and possible medical advice. Surely any obstruction to my breathing could not be good for my leukemia.

This continued for several days and I felt that it was a matter of time before my parents or one of the teachers would announce the news of my discovered disease. Suddenly, while sitting cross-legged in reading group with my head in my hands, it happened. “Kelli Bowman,” the principal announced from the entry of our classroom, “You need to come to the office. There’s someone here to see you.”

He leaned back in his chair and tapped his pen on the desk. “That must be very painful,” he said with no real trace of concern. No advice, no phone call to his office to report this new development, just an ordinary reaction as if I simply showed him a paper cut. That was my first indication that this was not really a doctor. A real doctor would be concerned. This man clearly had no idea about breathing This was it; someone was here to break obstructions or stomach lacerations caused the news to me, probably the doctor himself by the swallowing of a fingernail. I decided after reviewing my physical file. “We didn’t to get to the heart of the matter. notice it at first,” he would say, “but your body “Do you know Dr. Pelton? He’s my Doctor,” is laden with leukemia.” I stood up slowly, I said. with my head hung and walked toward the “No, honey, I don’t know him, I’m not that office alongside the principal. She tried to kind of a Doctor. I’m a Psychologist,” he said comfort me, telling me I was not in trouble, drawing the word out slowly, punctuating but I knew the truth, I could feel the pity every syllable for me to hear. and it annoyed me coming from a woman Aha! I knew it; he was not a real who pushes Corn Flakes on terminally ill Doctor! children. I chewed nervously at my fingernails as we entered the office. A man in a suit sat behind the desk usually occupied by the office secretary. “Hi Kelli,” he said in a pleasant voice reserved for such occasions as the unveiling of your terminal illness. “I’m Dr. Cooper,” he announced. As he said this I sucked in air and swallowed a fingernail that I had been chewing. I coughed with such force he leaned over the desk and patted me on the back. After gaining my composure, I slumped into the seat across from him. My head was spinning; I remained occupied

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We talked for a while about my family, friends, schoolwork, all the things that typically cause a child to withdraw and cry in class for four days straight. I never once mentioned my leukemia because I figured out by then I must not be sick in that way. I was just crazy I guess. What a relief; I wasn’t going to die an untimely death after all, unless, of course, I suffered internal bleeding from the fingernail I had swallowed. I think I may have seen something like that on a special hour-long episode of The Facts of Life.

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August 3 … Coweta Writers Group Meet from 10 a.m ~ 12 Noon at Newnan’s Ashley Park Barnes & Noble. Gene Kleese will discuss his book detailing his experience as a helicopter pilot in the Vietnam War. The meeting is open to the public and there is no admission charge. The Coweta Writers Group is open to writers and aspiring writers living in Coweta County. Information is available by contacting Forrest Schultz at 770-583-3258 or


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In spite of the appearance of more jobs and income, the old rules from the past few years still apply: • •

Save, save, save. Put money away. Pay extra on credit cards and get them paid off. Once paid off, don’t use the cards unless you find a sale for something you need and can pay off the balance in three months. Be sure the interest you pay doesn’t come to more than you’d save by not buying on sale. If you’re approved for a home mortgage, don’t spend up to the limit you can borrow. Save the extra money for repairs or maintenance. If you’d like to buy a new vehicle, consider whether yours will last one more year. Keep the maintenance up on it. Shop for sales on tires, and clip coupons for oil changes. Don’t own too many gadgets, and if you buy, don’t get the best. One step down is often good enough, including refurbished. Get a few dollars on buy-back programs when you do upgrade.

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Please e-mail your fund-raiser or non-profit event details to or call 770-254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, mail P O Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264 we’ll publish ~ with editor’s approval ~ as space permits The shorter the better. What? When? Where? Why? ~


Mark These Dates August 10 … 5th Annual Ride for Fragile Kids at Great South Harley Davidson, 185 Highway 16 East Newnan, from 9:00 until 2pm. A fully escorted scenic 1 hour motorcycle ride leaves at 10:30. A family fun day starts at 11 a.m. and includes a rock wall, bounce house, face painting, touch a truck, pony rides, carnival games, sand art, petting zoo, prizes, and lunch provided by the Varsity. $25 donation for rider. $10 donation for passenger. Rider and passenger get lunch and a ride pin. 100 percent of the proceeds will be used to purchase medical equipment for local children in need. Contact Jenn 678-876-1093 with any questions.


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Sporting Clay Classic, Central Baptist Church, at Blalock Lakes Hunt Club at the Lodge, 4075 New Corinth Road, Newnan, GA 30263. Registration 8:30 a.m.; Start Clay Shoot 9:00 a.m. $600 per (4) person squad ~ incldes 100 rounds of shotgun shells for clay shoot, breakfast and beverages, snacks offered during clay shoot, lunch, registration gift with event, t-shirt and 1 door prize entry. All proceeds benefit mission efforts of the Central Baptist Student Ministry.


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August 13 … Master Gardeners’ Backyard Association Monthly Meeting ~ 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 for more info


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Job Network Meeting ~ Or check out our message board at group/FUMCJobNetwork/ where local area job listings are posted. Our meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 6 PM in the Parish Hall at 33 Greenville Street, Newnan, GA. You may reach us by telephone at 770-2537400 or by going on-line at www.newnanfumc. org then select Ministries at the top of the Home Page and then Job Networking for more information. All are welcome and this event is free.


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August 17 … 2nd Annual Spin Time Storytelling Festival, sponsored by Coweta Public Library System & Moreland Cultural Arts Alliance will take place Saturday, August 17, 2013 beginning at noon! There will be exciting storytelling concerts, workshops and a recital. For more information, contact Grantville Branch at (770) 6830535 or MCAA at (770) 897-1890. H July 31, 2013 H The Coweta Shopper H Page 7

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August 22 … Dearly Beloved, this year’s production by The Power of the Purse, a women’s giving circle sponsored by the Community Foundation of West Georgia. The play will be at the University of West Georgia’s Townsend Center for the Performing Arts August 22 – 25. Tickets ($20 for adults, $18 for seniors and active military personnel and $16 for children)may be purchased online at, by phone at 678-839-4722, All proceeds from ticket sales benefit Power of the Purse and the organization’s annual grants issued in the community.

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MLS #07125294 LAKE REDWINE – Professionally Decorated European Stone and Hardy Plank Home on full basement, 5BR/4.5BA, GR w/fpl, Formal DR, Office, fully equipped Kitchen w/brkst area, and triple garage w/openers. See to appreciate at $475,000 (FRANK or JESS)

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MLS #07118114 NICE BRICK & FRAmED HOmE on the golf course at Newnan Pines/ Newnan Country Club. 1.26 acre private lot setting with beautiful grounds and lots of azaleas. 4BR w/Master on Main. Full basement w/high ceilings & plumbed for bathroom. One owner. Great value at $239,000!

MLS #07068685 SPECTACULAR TWO STORY ON THE LAKE has 5 bedrooms, 5 ½ baths, plus 2 apts., inground pool, LR with F/P, dining room, updated kitchen, family room w/FPL, 4.8 acres, and so much more. A lot for $525,000.

Sharpsburg. $295,000. What a great home! Northgate Schools. Immaculate 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, all hardwoods except bedrooms. All s/s appliances in large kitchen with granite countertops. Large, private, cul de sac lot. MLS# 07120547

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MLS #07121758 SPACIOUS CRAFTSmAN HOmE on 2 wooded acres in E. Heard County, 4BR/3.5BA, LR wpfp, DR, fully equipped kitchen, full basement w/bedroom & bath, double garage w/openers. Yours for $339,000.

MLS #07122135 RUSTIC CHALET ON 1.6 ACRES w/panoramic view of horse pasture & pond has vaulted GR w/ stone fpl, Formal DR, 4BR/2 full BA, fully equipped kitchen & breakfast area, double garage plus 2 dbl. carports, and much more. Yours for $279,900 (FRANK or JESS)

MLS #07127933 COmPLETELY REmODELED, new paint, appliances, carpet, central air, and hardwood. 3BR/3BA, LR, DR, Den, double garage & screen porch. Fenced lot w/Kiwi trees & outbuilding. A Lot for $139,900.

MLS #07075138 ATTRACTIVE BRICK RANCH with full basement & detached 26’x34’ double garage with shop, has living-dining combo, 3BR, 2BA, fully equipped kitchen w/breakfast area, den w/brick fireplace and huge sunroom. See to appreciate at $199,900

MLS #07079822 DELIGHTFUL PASSIVE SOLAR HOmE ON 17.2 ACRES w/5 stall barn & detached office & workshop has 4BR/3BA, LR w/wood stove, updated open kitchen w/dining area, 2 story greenhouse, foyer w/balconies & bonus room. A lot for $385,000 (Frank)

MLS #07068026 CHOICE EAST COWETA LOCATION, low maintenance vinyl ranch has greatroom w/FPL, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, open kitchen w/dining area and huge sunroom. Private backyard and garage. New Price $149,900.

MLS #03012462 BRICK AND FRAmE RANCH ON HWY 34W already has a long term tenant paying $550/mo. 3BR/1.5BA, central air, living/dining combo. New roof. $54,900.

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How Do I Get Started? You may call the Volunteer Coordinator at (770) 254-8612 with any questions or to request an application. Volunteers may choose to spend time with patients and their families within their own towns and communities and/or anywhere within the 12 counties where we are licensed.

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Masterworks Chorale’s 2013 fall rehearsal schedule begins the second week of August. If you’d like to join this distinguished group, audition opportunities are available through the month of July and the first week of August. Call Artistic Director Kathy Bizarth at 770-846-8278 or contact her at for an appointment.

Meet G. T. Amell The old west just got a little closer to Coweta County last year when G.T. Amell rode into town – straight from Tombstone, AZ. Since his wife, Regina, has family in this area, they have chosen Newnan for their retirement. And we’re sure glad to have them here. Tombstone is a very small town but a hugely popular tourist destination. Dressing in period attire, G.T. and Regina mingled with, and greeted visitors, provided photo ops and welcomed them to their little town. And this provided a perfect opportunity to share their faith in God through a tract ministry to folks from many parts of the world. G.T. seems to be the “authority” when it comes to western movies. He can tell you what star was in which movie while adding some little-known facts to the conversation. “A good western must include the “Five S’s”, says G.T. “Scenery, sheriff, stagecoach, sweetheart and saloon.” But his real “God given” talent as an artist, combined with his love of the old west, has led to the creation of a group of exquisite graphite portraits featuring some of the most famous Cowboy movie stars ever. It starts with Buck Jones and goes through Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott with the likes of Randolph Scott, Gary Cooper, John Wayne and Glenn Ford. His portraits are available for purchase. For information on how to get in touch with Mr. Amell, you can email us here at So, if you see a “proper” western gentleman sporting a great looking mustache, and has an attractive lady on his arm, it’s probably G.T. and Regina Amell. And let’s make them feel welcome to our great community!

At its first fall concert, Masterworks will premiere a work written by Andrew Smith, who won a young composers competition this past fall. Smith is a student at Columbus State University and a former Newnan High School student. The concert will feature the Masterworks’ scholarship winner as well – a tradition for the first concert of the season. In March of 2014, Masterworks will perform a commissioned piece by Dr. John Ratledge to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Throughout the season, the Centre Masterworks Youth Chorale (CMYC), under the direction of Millie Lanier Turek, will join Masterworks in several concerts as the young singers prepare for their role as ambassadors from the city of Newnan to Scotland. Since its founding in 2003, Masterworks has presented at least three performances annually. One performance is always a master work that challenges and inspires singers and audiences alike. Masterworks’ mission is to foster and share the art of choral music and to serve the community through the pursuit of choral excellence in choral repertoire and performance. Made up of residents 18 years and older of Coweta County and surrounding areas, the Chorale has furthered the art of singing exceptional choral music through rehearsal and performance of standard literature of quality and interest. It has reached audiences of several hundreds and is thriving through involvement with the community and schools of the area. The chorus also has been in workshop with internationally known choral conductors, most recently Dr. Tim Seelig of Dallas, Texas, and Joseph Martin, who is also a renowned composer. In March of last year, Composer Martin personally conducted Masterworks in a concert of his own works. For more information about Masterworks Chorale, visit H July 31, 2013 H The Coweta Shopper H Page 11

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CAR CARE ESSENTIALS Tire Inflation (part 1) … August 27 … Community Dinner Emory Chapel continues to offer Community Dinners at no charge on the last Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. 2677 Georgia 34 Newnan, GA 30263. Visit for more info.


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August 29 … Dunnavant’s Documentary Screening, Keith Dunnavent, local sports writer, latest project is a documetary film ~ Three Days At Foster, about the racial integration of sports at the University of Alabama. A screening of the film, sponsored by the Newnan Cultural Arts Commission, will be shown at the Wadsworth at 7 p.m. The screening will be immediately followed by a reception hosted by the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society at the Historic Train Depot, located at 60 East Broad Street. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students. The admission cost includes the postscreening reception. For more information, please contact NCAC Chairperson Dave Dorrell at 770-301-2875 or email


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September 4 … Creative Writing Course to be offered by Newnan Campus of University of West GA. Registration Now Open. Classes will be held on its Newnan Campus beginning Wednesday, September 4 and meet each Wednesday after that for 12 weeks. There will be two hours of instruction from 7:00 PM through 9:00 PM. The class will be limited to the first 25 people who register. Go to or call 678-839-6611 for more info.


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September 28 … Bear Creek Classic Family Fun Run to benefit St. Vincent de Paul of St. Mary Magdalene church, which supports those who have fallen on hard times regardless of background or faith in Coweta County. $20 fee for 5k, $10 fee for 1Mile “Fun Run” ($30/family of 4). The course winds through and around beautiful Bear Creek Farm, with 5k branching off onto Fincher Road and traveling out and back. The course if flat, fast and most shaded, passing fields of thoroughbred horses, ponds, and lush landscaping. Bear Creek Farm, 1539 Bear Creek Road, Moreland, GA. Application: http://www. or phone Carol @ 678-416-3654 for info


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The Grantville Day Crosstie Festival is gearing up for a HUGE event Sept 21, from 10-6. Street dance 6-10. Live Music All Day, Arts & Crafts, Food, Parade, see the Walking Dead film set where the zombies roamed the streets, and more. This years event benefits Bridging The Gap Community Outreach. Sponsors and vendors needed ~ for more information:, 770-583-9013, 770-583-9900

Also realize that the feeling you get from the surface you are driving on is mostly a function of your only contact with that surface – your tires! Some of the tire characteristics that affect ride quality are the composition of the rubber, the width and height of the tire, the tread pattern, and tread depth, and, of course, the pressure of the air inside the tires. Tire air pressure is the topic of our discussion this time around.

ual. Just look at the label on the driver’s door jam or door post of your vehicle. There, by law, is a listing of what air pressure is recommended for the front and rear tires of your vehicle. Like so many other things in life, too much is not good and too little is not good either. The amount listed on the label is just right. The inflation pressure that is molded into the sidewall of the tire is the maximum the tire will safely hold. It is not the recommended pressure. Any given tire of a specific size can be used on many different vehicles so the pressure referenced on the tire is not specific to any particular car. The pressures on the door jamb label are specific to your car regardless of what size, style, and brand of tire you are using. As the operator and controller of that 4000 pound weapon on wheels, it is your responsibility to maintain your vehicle in safe operating condition. Tire pressures are one of the easiest safety settings to understand and maintain.

In order to drive within the engineered parameters of your vehicle and experience the ride characteristics you expect from it, you need to insure that the air pressure in all the tires is set at what the people who designed the car, the tires, and the roads have specified. The good news is that it is simpler than ever to do this. You don’t even have to wade through that confusing Owner’s Man-

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BOB SPRUCK has been a frequent contributor to the Shopper’s “What’s in Your Garage” column and has been a sports car enthusiast all his driving life. He currently submits articles for several national magazines, covering Vintage sports car racing and car shows, as well as technical articles. For the past 23 years, Bob has participated in vintage sports car racing with his immaculate 1967 MG. Now retired, he and his wife, Benya, live in Sharpsburg. Got a car question? You can contact Bob for an answer by emailing Attn. Bob


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When considering the safe and comfortable operation of your car or truck, one of the strongest influences is the outside environment in which you are driving. A major variable in that environment is the contact your vehicle has with the road. If you have ever driven on ice, through water, or in sand or mud, you know what I am talking about. The lower amount of traction those surfaces provide drastically effects the handling, safety, and comfort of your ride. Critical aspects of driving, such as accelerating, turning, riding comfortably or uncomfortably and most importantly stopping, all depend on what is called the tire contact patch or the amount and the shape – the “footprint” - of tire rubber that is in contact with the road surface.


October 12 … Bug-A-Rama All VW Show, Swap Meet, Along with Bikes & Trikes at Great South Harley Davidson of Newnan, 185 E. Hwy. 16, 9 a.m. Swap Meet until ? Car show 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rain or shine. All VWs welcome. Bikes & Trikes. Top 20 Plus Best of Awards, Door Prizes, Dash Plaques, 50/50, Mu-

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The Armchair Gardener “Something Old, Some New,

Something Blue” Demotoi, Lanarth, Mariesii ~ is that French? Yes, it surely is ~ French Hydrangea that is. Hydrangea is one of our most beloved old Southern summer shrubs. These deciduous shrubs are kin in the Hydrangeaceae family. There are many types of hydrangeas. Here are a few: “Annabelle” - H. arborescens is a very hardy selection with white blooms turning pale green later. French hydrangea ~ H. macrophylla has countless selections including “Nikko Blue” which has consistently reliable blue blooms. Other French or Bigleaf hydrangeas bloom white, pink, purple, or red. Some types can be encouraged to blue color by adding aluminum sulfate or pink color by adding lime to the soil. It is the soil pH (acid or alkaline) that determines the color of those types. “Snowflake” - H. quercifolia, or Oakleaf Hydrangea, has white blooms that turn pinkish in the Fall. Its leaves turn a handsome bronze and reddish color in Fall. “Tardiva” - H. paniculata - also known as the Pee Gee hydrangea blooms later and is a good doer. Now there are numerous new choices - such as “Endless Summer” - that are repeat bloomers. They bloom on old and new wood. Hydrangeas are easy care choices for the garden or in large containers. They prefer good, welldrained soil and regular water along with some shade in the afternoon. Prune French hydrangeas by the end of July to avoid losing next year’s blooms. Hydrangea arborescens blooms on new growth, so prune in the dormant stage. The repeat blooming types can be pruned anytime. To dry, cut hydrangeas just after they change color and begin to feel paper-like. Use water about half way up stems and allow it to evaporate (can add fabric dye).

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Gary Sikes Folks we are just about to crank it up for the Fall campaign of high school football. For what is now the 2nd year in a row, the GHSA (Georgia High School Association) has a 5 day mandated acclimation period. In my opinion this is a good thing to get the young men used to being out in the heat, working and sweating. However the one other thing that would help more than anything would be for the parents to do like our’s did. Get outside and play. The folks who are my age or even close will know what I am talking about. Even if we had known about or had such play toys as X-box and TV video games, I promise you, we would not be sitting in the house glued to the television playing when the sun was up. We were outside either doing chores or playing until it got dark. We were acclimated at most anytime and we drank water and lots of it. I bet our local coaches wish the same were true today. I know EC head coach Clint Wade and NHS coach Mike McDonald do. They are having to just kinda stand around and watch while the players get used to the sunshine. And trying to figure out what to expect from their respective teams this Fall. Rumors on the street are that the Cougars are expecting big things from a new wide receiver who is out his Sr. Yr. for his first attempt at football. At 6’6” he has a distinct advantage on most defensive backs already. Plus he has 2nd year starter Bailey Bryant to toss the ball to him. Bryant has a great arm and is very mobile. He is tall and reads a defense really well. Defense wise, they have a few holes to fill. Especially at the free safety position, with Trey Matthews slated to be the starting safety for the Georgia Dawgs. Over in the Eastern Side, head man Clint Wade says they will (better be) be better and a much improved

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Whirlpool Tall Tub dishwasher WDT710PAYM beautiful Black Ice color, 4 months new, purchased March 2013. Works fine. Wrong style for kitchen, waited too long to return. $549 at Home Depot with great reviews. Will sell for $350 obo. 770-599-8457 7.31 BLACK & DECKER REFRIGERATOR 1.7 cu. ft. small freezer compartment, perfect for a dorm or office, adjustable thermostat, great cond., wire shelf, black, $40. 770-3017512. ‘ EMERSON FRIG 2.8 cu. ft. energy star rated stainless steel door, adj. therm., perfect for a dorm or office, freezer comp., used 4 months, $80. 770-3017512 ‘ EMERSON FRIG 4.4 ct. ft., great condition, good size freezer, 3 racks, crisper drawer - adj. therm, black, perfect for dorm or office, $100. 770-301-7512 ‘ SOLID WOOD TABLE, round with 2 extension, $50. 4 solid wood dining chairs $50. 770-301-7512. ‘ CEMETERY PLOTS FOR SALE: 4 plots, 3 vaults, 3 marks (valued at over $15,000) in section #3 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Inc., off Roscoe Road. Price open for discussion. 678-873-1813 ‘ LONG SOFA AND CHAIR very clean, non smoker, $125 for both. 770-254-8929 ‘

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WHEAT STRAW HAY ideal for planting grass. $3.50 per bale. Frank Barron 770-2319535. WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail before Friday 3 p.m.


2005 21 FT 5th WHEEL TRAILER with slide out & hitch. Good condition. Complete with cookware, assorted kitchenware and queen bedding. Medical conditions necessitate sale. $4,000. Call 678-621-9841 8.14

2005 KAWASAKI 1600 VULCAN, low mileage, $5,995. Newnan Plaza Pawn Shop 770304-8224 ‘


1972 CHEVY S/S 454 CHEVELLE, yellow with black stripe, $25,000. 404-473-9000 1982 CORVETTE $18,500. 404-473-9000 1968 CHEVY PICK UP 4 speed $12,500. 404-473-9000 WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail before Friday 3 p.m.

HOUSES – Let me buy your home! FAIR ALL CASH OFFER. Can close quickly no matter the size, situation, condition, location or price. Call 419-77-STACY (78229) 10.30# 22 WILLOW DR., NEWNAN, Very nice home in city limits, 3BR, 1BA w/fenced back yard, new paint, new roof, security system, move in ready. Elm Street school district, must see! $79,900. Mandy Duncan, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers, 678-3781402. 7.31 WORD ADS $9.50 for 30 words or less per issue. 770254-1421, fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail before Friday 3 p.m.


2-Story Colonial fully bricked 4BR/2.5BA on 26 acres w/4.5 acre lake fully stocked. Circular drive, in-law suite w/ kitchen, new roof & much more. Great location! Kim 770-5606008 MLS#02723531. Lindsey’s Inc. 770-253-6990 #239


2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, for rent. Call 770-2538581 after 5 p.m. 7.31


69 PRISTINE WOODED ACRES near Roscoe. Long road frontage. Just $5500/Ac. Frank, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, GA. 30263. 770-231-9535. MERIWETHER COUNTY – 100 wooded acres on Forrest Road. Great hunting. $5,750 per acre. Frank or Chip Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St., Newnan, GA 30263. 770-253-6990. MERIWETHER COUNTY – 153 Heavily Wooded Acres, 25 yr. old pines, 6 planted food plots, new 5.5 Ac. Stocked pond, good road system throughout. FOR SALE ONLY! $3500/Ac. Frank Barron, Owner/Broker 770-231-9535. CARROLL COUNTY, 144 Wooded Acres, Half mile frontage on Chattahoochee River, 10 Acre planted Dove field & food plots, 30 year old planted pines, 3 acre duck pond. $4950 per acre. Frank Barron, owner/ agent 770-231-9535. 86 PRISTINE ACRES, 2 horse barns, 24 stalls, party house with gourmet kitchen, 50’X150’ shop with 51X50 workshop, 14 paddocks, 5 run in sheds, sprinklered dressage arena, additional land available. The ultimate horse farm. $990,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St, Newnan, Ga. 30263. 770-253-6990.


OFFICE FOR RENT downtown Newnan, 23 Jackson St., 150 sq. ft., utilities included. Joe 678-485-3552 *


Professional Office Space for Lease. 1,200 to 2,400 square feet available with plenty of parking spaces and beautifully landscaped grounds located on Jefferson Parkway, Newnan. 770-560-7794. 7.31 CHOICE COMMERICAL 3.9 ACRE LOT on Southpark Drive in Peachtree City. Adjoins Planterra Ridge Golf Course. See at $479,900. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St., Newnan, GA 770231-9535 FOR INFORMATION on land, commercial or residential property call Frank or Jess, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 14 Jackson St., Newnan 770-2536990


PCB, FL. Edgewater Resort 2 & 3 BR Condos, Ocean Front or Golf Villas. Free beach set ups daily Call 205-410-1490


FENCE WORK Install new, remove old, repair, paint, fence line clearing. Steve Boyd & Company 770-616-7025. 8.28 PAINTING BY BOBBY DAVIS since 1979. Commercial. Residential. Interior. Exterior. Services: replace rotten wood, repair sheet rock, mildew removal, pressure washing, water and fire damage repair, general home repairs, fences and more. Reasonable prices. Top quality work. Free estimates. 770-584-7181 10.2# JUSTICE JUDGMENT RECOVERY, LLC Does somebody owe you money? Did you collect it? Isn’t it time for some justice? We can help get your money back. 770-252-8953 8.14 COUNTRYSIDE CONSTRUCTION Premier Builder, Contractor. Specializing in Residential Remodeling, Kitchen / Bath Remodeling, Basement Finishing, Additions, Room Renovations. Quality workmanship. Exceptional customer service. Locally owned. 25+ years experience. Free estimates. Call Don Hutchinson 678-983-9360 7.31*

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Call 770-254-1421, Fax 770-254-8283, or e-mail By 3 p.m. Friday To Place Your Ad

In The Next Issue! $9.50 for 30 words or less ~ per issue. Pay for 2 weeks, get 3rd week free! Send check or money order to P O Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264, stop by 570 Pine Road with payment, or charge to credit card.


hometown services We specialize in custom home theaters and home automation. Erin R. Courtright, 770-5999365 7.31

HANDYMAN SERVICE Call Matt Boykin. Free estimates. Pressure washing, painting interior/exterior, remodeling, decks, and repairs of any kind. No job too small. 678-215-5095. 10.2#

HANDY MAN SERVICES & pressure washing. Home Improvements. No job too large or small. Free estimates. References available. Call David Parker cell 404516-0252, home 770-251-7577 night or day 7.31

LAWN CARE / YARD WORK Mow, Weed Eat, Edge, Hedge Trimming, Small Tree Limb Removal. Starting at $40. Pressure washing. Gutter cleaning. Home repairs. Free estimates. 678-340-0820, 770-502-7607 7.31

GUARANTEED, RELIABLE home repair; pressure washing homes, decks and driveways; interior and exterior painting; plumbing, electrical, tile repair and roof repair. If it’s broke, we can fix it. Free estimates. Call Jerry Smith 678416-5073 8.14 carter’s lawn CARE For all your lawn care needs. Lawn service, mowing, edging, weed eating, edge trimming, pruning, planting, pine straw, mulch. Pressure washing. Bobcat work. No job too big or too small, just give us a call for your free estimate. Call Jessie Carter 404-558-1320 7.31 BATHTUB RESURFACING Repair and/or refinish bathtubs, showers, porcelain, fiberglass, cultured marble vanities, kitchen countertops, cut down bathtub to convert to a shower, install grab bars. Call for free estimate. 678-326-7711 9.25 TOP NOTCH CLEANING Service LLC, “Specializing in Commercial Services” Home Maid Cleaning, Move In and Move Out Service. Remodeling Clean Up. Turn Key Rental, Apartment or Commercial Cleaning. Buff and Wax Service. Licensed and Bonded. 770-683-1508 office, 678-4098600 cell # 7.31* MOVING HELP loading, packing, driving, etc. Across town or across the country. 8 years experience. Call Charles 770-328-4002 ‘


BUY/SELL ~ $5,000 OR LESS • EVERY SATURDAY 5:00 P.M. Bring Your Car Title • Current Emissions

Moreland Surplus & Sales & Auction House, 3481 S. Hwy. 29, Moreland, GA • 678-423-7333 GA License: GregMorris3856


PAINTING & PRESSURE WASHING Interior and Exterior. No job too small. Free estimates. 30 years experience. References available. Don Young 678-982-5907 8.21

ROSSI BOBCAT SERVICE light clearing, grade washed out driveways, prep for sod, play yards, etc. Quality work. Satisfaction guaranteed! Free estimates! $75 per hour with 4 hour minimum. Call 678-378-8197 ‘ EDDIE’S BARBER SHOP 5 Dixon St., off Temple Ave., Newnan. 770-238-7014. Tue. 8 to 3:30; Wed. & Thurs. 8 to 6; Fri. 8 to 5:30; Sat. 8 to 4. ‘ GEORGIA BOY BASS FISHING CHARTER (West Point Lake) Full and Half Day Artificial Bait Bass Fishing Charters on West Point Lake in LaGrange, GA. Boat, bait, fuel and guide service provided for 4 or 8 hour day or night “bass” fishing with “artificial bait”. 1 to 2 person max. charter. 1/2 day (4 hour): 1 person $100. 1/2 day (4 hour): 2 person(s) $175. Full Day (8 hour): 1 person $125. Full Day (8 hour): 2 person(s) $225. 404823-5447, SFord360@gmail. com, ask for Stephen ‘ HANDYMAN SERVICES. Large or small jobs done, no need to worry. Paint, Plumbing, Electrical, Doors, Windows, Roofing, Flooring, Drywall, Ceramic Tile, etc. Michael Thomas 678-409-8600 Quality work for a reasonable price. * boss tree SERVICE Free estimates. Expert tree removal. Stump grinding. Professional Tree Climbing. Pruning. Trimming. Chipper Service. Complete Clean Up. 770-251-8000. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ceiling fans, 220 volt outlets, security lighting, additions, remodeling, new homes, commercial work. Licensed and insured. 770-502-7774, 404-271-3937 ‘

Classifieds SERVICES

ELECTRICAL SERVICE, repair & installation. Hometown Services, Jon Courtright, Licensed Electrician, 770-5999365 7.31 BoBCAT woRK, light grading, auger post holes. BUSHHOGGING, lakesides, fence lines, level yards, debris removal. Commercial and residential. Licensed & insured. Steve Boyd & Company 770-616-7025 8.28 GREAT RATES on Bundled Auto & Home. Call Williams Insurance for details on discounts. Auto Liability starting at $48 mo. 770-253-2435, 125 Temple Ave., Newnan 7.31 hAPPY DAY LAwN CARE Complete Lawn Maintenance. Grass Cutting, Weed Eating, Mulching, Landscaping. BBQ Wood - Hickory, Pecan, Cherry. Delivery available. 770-2510512, 404-247-3580 H July 31, 2013 H The Coweta Shopper H Page 17

FUMC Job Network Meeting “Facing Adversity” Tuesday August 13 at 6 p.m.

At our August 13th job network meeting, our program addresses the many challenges one faces in finding that next job, being out of work for months, managing the stress in our lives, and just keeping the family together. Speaking to those challenges, Stuart Greene and Glen Gould will lead a discussion on the ways to overcome those challenges, or face those we cannot change. Dr. Stuart Greene is senior pastor at Newnan First United Methodist Church. Glen Gould is Vice President of the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce. Volunteers will be present to review your resume and provide you feedback. So don’t miss this important networking event starting at 6 PM on Tuesday, August 13th. In addition, a representative from the Newnan Career Center, Georgia Department of Labor is to be present to answer any questions about job opportunities in our area. You may reach us by telephone at 770-253-7400 or at then Job Networking under Ministries. To join our job message board, go on-line at http://groups. then follow the instructions to join. Our meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 6 PM in the Parish Hall at 33 Greenville Street, Newnan, GA 30263. All are welcome and this event is free.

DRIVERS NEEDED. Looking for dump truck drivers. Must have 2 years recent experience. MUST be DOT compliant. We utilize E-Verify. Fax work history & Contact information to 770-996-8502 ‘


NEwNAN CowETA huMANE SoCIETY. check out for list of animals at local animal control facility and foster care animals. Call 770-253-4694


REwARD. LoST DoGS. Last seen Sat., July 6th in Robison Road, Moreland area. Sweet 48 lb. Raffie and Smokey Lab, German Shepherd, Great Dane mix. Call 678-462-1317 7.31

Call 770-254-1421 Before 3 p.m. Friday Deadline

Angie Hogsed 678-472-8384 Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors 14 Jackson Street, Newnan, Ga. 30263 770-253-6990

Superior Tree Service Call for free estimate

Naomi Thompson

678-491-4703 199 Wilson Circle, Newnan, GA 30263


STYLIST NEEDED. Very busy location. Contact Donette 770-683-1717

For more information call:

No Job Too Big or Small

TowNShIP CoINS recommends more than one appraisal when buying or selling coins/ gold/silver. We are pleased to offer free in store appraisals. 3500 Hwy 34 East, Sharpsburg 770-254-2727

Now hIRING Providing Essential People. Now hiring: for large automotive manufacturing company in Hogansville and LaGrange, GA. Requirements are: manufacturing and assembly experience, drug free, clean background, HS diploma, GED or transcript. When you fill out the online application, make sure you put in the zip code 30263 for GA Westfaff Newnan. Apply: 7.31


Year Round Lawn Care & Maintenance Wiley Sanders Truck Lines, Inc.

Wiley Sanders Truck Lines, Inc.

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Now Hiring OTR Drivers n Solo n Teams n Driver Trainees

This Is What You’ve Been Waiting For. Wiley Sanders Truck Lines Is Not Just A Job, It’s A Career! n

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All Miles Paid, Loaded and Empty, Assigned Trucks, Pre-Pass, EZEE Pass, Sun Pass, AND 70 MPH Trucks Full Benefit Package: BCBS, Presciption, Vision, Dental, 401K, Free Rider Program, etc.

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Send check or money order to P O Box 757, Newnan, GA 30264, stop by 570 Pine Road with payment, or charge to credit card.

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Hayden Place Bedroom available in four finishes: Light Cherry as shown, Dark Cherry, Oak, and White. Optional Under-bed Storage, Interlocking dovetails for maximum drawer durability, Metal drawer glides with ball-bearings allow smooth opening and closing All these options and features the

Queen Bed is only





75 Greenville Street, Downtown Newnan

(across the street from the new Justice Center)

Same Location Since 1955


12 Months Same As Cash w/approved credit

Monday-Friday 9-6; Saturday 9-5; Closed Sunday

“Please mention you saw it in

The Coweta Shopper!”

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber Chamber Accepting Applications for 2013-2014 Leadership Coweta Class

Congratulations to our Growing Businesses! The Newnan-Coweta Chamber is proud to partner with our businesses to assist them in their strategic growth. We offer ribbon cuttings to announce new openings or expansions including sending out community invitations and press releases for the event. It is our pleasure to support the businesses that are vital to our local economy.

The Newnan-Coweta Chamber is accepting applications for 2013-2014 Leadership Coweta class. Leadership Coweta develops leadership skills and knowledge through its full-day seminars, one day retreat, class projects, and business and community tours. Those interested are encouraged to complete the application available at the Chamber and online at The deadline for applications is August 7, 2013. Leadership Coweta is open to individuals who are either currently a resident of Coweta County or are employed in Coweta County (employer must be located in Coweta County). The Leadership Coweta Board of Directors, which is comprised of Leadership Coweta Alumni, reviews the applications submitted by individuals and selects the final group. A diversified group in terms of race, sex, age, and occupation is selected. The fee for the program is $700.

Atlanta Range & Ordnance

80 Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd, Newnan

Newnan Health Mart Pharmacy

. 770.683.8755

15 Baker Road, Suite C, Newnan

. 770.683.6771

A program of The Chamber, Leadership Coweta is a comprehensive leadership program designed to educate and better prepare a diverse group of community, government, business, and nonprofit leaders to work collaboratively in addressing local issues. The program provides a unique learning experience for emerging and existing leaders through an intensive program that trains, empowers, and supports leaders so they can effect positive community change. “Cultivating leaders from our community ensures we have a solid foundation of leaders who already have a vested interest in the community,” said Chamber President and CEO Candace Boothby. “Leadership Coweta exposes participants to a variety of community assets and challenges and prepares the class members to lead well into the future,” Boothby added.

Goodwill Industries of the Southern Rivers East Retail Store and Career Center 3121 Highway 34E, Newnan

. 678.854.6839

The Newnan Centre

1515 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan

China Discovery Tour (October 17-25, 2013)

. 770.253.2682

Participants must show a sincere desire, be motivated and interested in the community, and have a strong desire to increase their service in key leadership positions in Coweta County. Each class member must make a firm commitment to attend the entire Leadership Coweta program. For more information or to apply for the program call the Chamber at 770.253.2270 or visit

Booking Deadline August 1

Discover Tuscany

(March 18-27, 2014)

Give us a call, we’ll be glad to assist you in joining the Chamber email: 770.253.2270 website: P ro s p e r i t y s Fro n t D o o r. c o m H July 31, 2013 H The Coweta Shopper H Page 19

Your campus is here... Enroll Now!

• Business Management • Computer Information Systems • Early Childhood Care and Education • Electronics Technology • Medical Assisting • Registered Nursing

A unit of the Technical College System of Georgia

770.755.7440 |

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