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With more than 30 years in the journalism world, I have been fortunate to interview a wide variety of fascinating people. There have been countless senators and congressmen, CEOs of Fortune 400 companies, governors, and self-made multi-millionaires. I’ve also interviewed well known sports athletes and even Famous Amos and Mr. Personality. It was interesting how all those who succeeded seemed to impart very similar pearls of wisdom. I’ve kept those notes, and occasionally, will write letters to our three boys, affectionately known as the SONS of Thunder around these parts, when something monumental happens. With Eldest SON, along with hundreds more, graduating high school this year, I thought it appropriate to share some wisdom from some incredibly successful people I’ve met. Keep your word. Seriously, just do it. If you can’t make a promise and keep it, then don’t make the promise. And that includes agreeing to climb Mt. Everest or meet at noon for lunch. Your word is your bond, or it’s not. Take responsibility. If it is your mistake, take responsibility for it - and then fix it. Get into the habit of, at least mentally, signing your name to everything you do. Learn these phrases: “Thank you,” “Please,” and “I’m sorry.” You learned these in kindergarten, they are still relevant. These are just common courtesies, sorely lacking today. Credit cards: Avoid credit card debt like the plague. This time of debt is life-sucking. Writing: Learn the power of the handwritten note. If your writing resembles chicken scratch, then write in capital letters. But write. Get yourself some decent stationery with your name at the top. Writing a letter takes time, an incredibly valuable commodity. Money: Learn the 80-10-10 rule. Give 10 percent of your money to worthwhile charities. Save another 10 percent. Live on 80 percent of what you make. Friends: Life is not fair. And you will be judged by the people you associate with. Choose your friends wisely. And if you want great friends, then be one. Put it in writing: One of my father’s greatest mentors told him this line: “Putting things in writing merely reminds gentlemen what they agreed to.” That still holds true. Do your best: Regardless of the task. Be willing to sign your name to your work and look anyone in the eye. More importantly, be you. God created you the way He did. He put you here for a reason. Which leads to … Your purpose: You are unique. You have talents and ideas and dreams no one else does. Discover them. You will find your purpose is tied to … Your passion: A monkey can be taught skills. You cannot teach passion. You have to build it up from inside. What makes you get up in the morning? What puts a smile on your face? What makes you stay later, study hardier, train longer? What’s the one thing you can’t give up? That’s your passion. Do not follow the money: Do, however, follow your passion, find your purpose. The money will come. Always learn: Make it a life goal to learn one new thing every day. Whether it’s how to change the oil in your car, run a nuclear reactor or how to say thank you to the clerk at the gas station in his native tongue. Never stop learning. Ask for directions: Everyone older than you is or has done what you are. Ask for their help. Those who help are called mentors. Learn from them and then become one yourself. Don’t run with scissors: You were taught this in kindergarten and it still holds true. In other words, have fun, but don’t be the guy who says “Hey, hold my beer, watch this.” Believe in yourself. Yes you can. Until next time.

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Looking Back with Joe Williams

“Always Maintain Your Dignity!” Your Ad Could Be Here

No matter how much we seem to “have it together”, exuding that look of perfection and dignity, there are times when we find ourselves in an awkward and embarrassing situation. I’m reminded of the inspector in the Pink Panther movie who was constantly falling or knocking something over, then immediately jumping up and changing the subject. He was a master at “maintaining his dignity!” “I meant to do that!” he would say. Taking a fall in public is bad enough, but when your wig falls off during the spill, then you really have to be creative to make a “come back.” I remember my late friend the optometrist who slipped on a patch of ice on the sidewalk. After retrieving his hairpiece, he placed it on his head, jumped up and walked away as if nothing had happened. It was on backwards! While fishing with some friends, a fellow made a quick cast over his head, the hook picking up his toupee in the process and sending it out into the water. He “saved his dignity” by reeling in the soaked hairpiece, removing it from the hook and giving it a good spanking! “Don’t ever do that again!” was his charge to the dripping wig! I don’t (yet) wear a hairpiece but I have had my share of embarrassing moments. Years ago, my banker and I were in my office discussing a possible business loan. I had just finished a business book that suggested one should always look and act more important than one’s opponent across the desk, taking the stance that “I’m doing you a favor if I do business with you.” In playing the role of a (self proclaimed) “Big Shot”, I leaned back in my big, important looking office chair, looking at the ceiling as being in deep thought. Without warning, a metal pin snapped off the chair’s swivel base, sending us (I and the chair) tumbling backwards and completely up side down on the floor! (I on the floor, the chair on me!) The banker removed the chair, helped me to my feet and eventually did the deal – on his own terms. About all I could say was, “I’ll be needing a new chair, too!” And the second thing I did was to throw away that, so called, business book! A few months later I made a spectacular entrance for a scheduled appointment in that same building. The receptionist rang my second floor office saying there were three people waiting to see me. “Tell them I’ll be down

in a flash.” As I remember, there were about fifteen steps to the bottom of the stairs entering the reception area. On or about step number three, I slipped and went tumbling down the stairs like a clown in the circus, all the way to the bottom, coming to a halt right at the feet of my prospective customers. From my prone position, I extended my hand saying, “Hi, I’m Joe Williams - I came down as quickly as I could!” I think they were as embarrassed as I was, if that were possible. This time, my body and my dignity were both bruised. But I maintained my dignity as we went up to my office where I sat in my “big shot’s” chair, now repaired! We can all think of stories about ourselves and others who have done silly and embarrassing things, making us want to be invisible. Like my friend the bank president locking himself in the trunk of his car, or our popular solicitor whose pants fell off in court! My customer’s wooden leg fell off while we were walking, and my bathing trunks were lost while getting started on an old jet ski! And on and on. But the most important thing is to “maintain our dignity” in all circumstances. And if all else fails, just say, “I meant to do that!

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Kitchen Recipe

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mb Bars Blueberry Cruteas poon baking powder • 1-1/2 cups sugar, divided use • 1 • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 3 cups all-purpose flour small cubes • 2 sticks cold unsalted butter, cut into • 1 teaspoon vanilla • 1 large egg • 4 teaspoons cornstarch • 1 tablespoon water • 4 cups fresh blueberries

are a 9 × 13-inch baking Preheat oven to 375 degrees and prep dish with cooking spray. ar, baking powder, flour In large bowl, combine 1 cup of the sug the butter and egg. Make and salt. Using a pastry blender, cut in ause you don’t want it to be sure dough has pea-sized crumbs bec and pat down. too smooth. Pour half of dough into pan ng 1/2 cup sugar, vanilla, In another large bowl, combine remaini and stir just until the sugar water and cornstarch. Add blueberries blueberry mixture over mixture has covered the berries. Spread and smooth. Bake 45 mincrust, then top with remaining dough l on wire rack and then cut utes or until top begins to brown. Coo onal. into squares. Drooling is completely opti

Welcome blueberry season with Blueberry Crumb Bars Is there any fruit that’s more delicious than a fat, ripe blueberry plucked right off the bush? How I love that perfect little burst of blueberry goodness when I pop a fresh blueberry into my mouth. For many years, I didn’t even realize we could grow blueberries here in Georgia. Like others, I believed that blueberries were strictly a northern crop. Then I began to discover blueberries growing in friends’ gardens here in Coweta County. A few years ago, when my parents moved into a new home in Tallapoosa, we were all delighted to discover that huge blueberry bushes were already growing on the property, so now I have the pleasure of enjoying fresh blueberries each year. And in a curious twist for the Peach State, Georgia’s number one fruit crop is no longer peaches but blueberries! The value of blueberry production first beat the peach crop back in 2005, and that gap has been widening ever since, according to officials with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Georgia Blueberry Commission says that Georgia’s soil is sandy and acidic, the perfect environment for growing blueberries. Georgia is said to have the

largest amount of good blueberry soil in the Deep South, and this soil is highly concentrated in South Georgia. Our climate, too, is ideal for growing blueberries since our short winters provide the chill that blueberries need, followed by those warm spring and summer temperatures. I’ve sprinkled blueberries on salads, sipped blueberry-flavored tea, and baked everything from blueberry pound cake to blueberry quick breads, blueberry muffins, and one of my favorite uses for blueberries, these Blueberry Crumb Bars. I adapted a recipe I found online because I didn’t like its emphasis on lemon flavorings, which I don’t want to compete with the taste of the blueberries. The result? Imagine the love child of a bar cookie and a cobbler, and you’ll have a good idea of what these easy Blueberry Crumb Bars taste like.

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Donna and Dan moved from Miami to Newnan 32 years ago due to a job transfer. Donna says gardening in Georgia was quite a change from the year round growing season of South Florida. Donna learned about the Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteer program from the local paper and completed the program in 2007. While Donna says that Dan is a “natural” gardener and that it is second nature for him to plant a vegetable garden, Donna enjoys pulling weeds saying it’s therapy and she likes the instant gratification and results. Donna was Coweta County Master Gardener of the Year in 2011, and she is known in the Master Gardener group for the rich and profuse planters that she starts for

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As I am about to interview this month’s gardener, Donna Dietz, Donna’s husband Dan teases that she has “really been looking forward to this interview and the picture taking session.” Donna offers Dan up for the interview saying he would be a much better interview subject. They are serious yet playful with each other and I can tell they are great gardening partners. Our interview takes place on the veranda of her 1870’s home where we are surrounded by large, old trees and overlook her 2 ½ acre yard, which was also on the Spring Garden Gate Tour in 2012 hosted by the Coweta County Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, southern elegance describes this lovely home. The veranda is colorful and calming with a blue and white color scheme and many lush potted plants that wave in the breeze. Donna grew up in Northern Virginia and South Georgia saying that both locales were great--in Arlington, Virginia you were close to the big city of Washington, D.C. with National Gallery of Art and the museums of the Smithsonian; in small town Jesup, Georgia you were close to people--your parents knew what you did during the day before you walked in the door. Donna had 8 siblings and she was the child that enjoyed yard work and the finished results of her weeding, trimming, and mowing. I observe that the yard of her dignified Greenville Street home is proof of her lifelong enjoyment of yard care and maintenance.


The real estate market in Coweta County is booming! New construction is a positive sign that the local economy is healthy and Coweta is loaded with new homes right now. There are currently 212 new single family detached homes for sale (per GAMLS on 5.30.17) that were built, in 2017, or being constructed. New construction prices range from $139,000, in Belmont Park (Newnan), to $797,000, in Arbor Springs (Newnan).

our annual spring/fall plant sale every year held at the Coweta Extension Greenhouses. Donna’s planters are eye-catching and are among the first items to sell when the doors open on sale day. In addition to Donna actively helping organize the Coweta plant sale each year she is also involved in our local youth education and Boys & Girls club in Newnan. Donna’s yard is on an old pecan grove and the extremely large, ancient pecan, magnolia, mulberry, and osmanthus trees are akin to earthly sculpture and build the base of her yard. She and Dan have added a variety of foundation plantings over the years, learning from trial and error and the knowledge of other Master Gardeners. While she has lost some shade over the years from having to prune large limbs from the trees, Donna has a variety of shade loving hostas, along with hydrangea and azalea, and the plants beautifully “frame” her historic home.

There is new construction being built in established neighborhoods like Arbor Springs, Lake Redwine, Madison Park, Northgate Preserve and Savannah Woods. Newer developments like Newnan Cotton Mill, are also coming along with new homes. The Gordon Rd area, with new construction in developments like Kindlewood and Gordon Estates, has seen a significant amount of activity. Senoia is a very hot area right now also. There is new construction, in the following subdivisions, just to name a few: Fieldstone, Fox Hall, Heritage Pointe. These homes range from the mid $200,000’s to the low $400,000’s.

There are so many places to sit and relax in this wonderful garden – a glass of sweet tea, a good book, a nice breeze, birds singing – what could be better after a long day of volunteering or working in the garden.

When buying new construction, it is important to lean on your agent and the builder’s agent for guidance. The agents will know the process for new construction, as it is very different transaction than a re-sale of a home. Most builders will offer pre and post-closing walkthroughs on your new home. Most builders will offer a warranty on the home. Some builders will offer incentives like paying your closing costs. I have even seen trips and cruises offered, by builders, in some neighborhoods. These are things you certainly want to check for. You can expect a new home to take three to six months, from start to finish, to be completed.

Jess Barron is an Associate Broker with Lindseys, Inc. Realtors and President-Elect of the NewnanCoweta Board of Realtors.

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The Staging Life Nan Johnston

Landscaping or Land “Scaring” It’s time to get those yards in shape for summer selling season! Do you have a nicely landscaped and well maintained yard or are you guilty of looking more like the Adams Family House from the old black and white television show? Let’s get a check list going of the most important task to creating great curb appeal: Shape or trim back unsightly trees and bushes. You don’t want limbs to reach out and grab your buyer as they walk on your walkway to the front door. It may be that some overgrown plants and bushes need to be removed and replaced with smaller fresher plants. Weed flower and plant beds. Do you have a Garden of “Weeden” on your hands? This will require actually getting in there and pulling them out or spraying them with weed killer and then whacking them down with a weed eater. Mulch the beds with fresh wood chips or pine straw, which ever fits your budget and price range best. Be sure

to edge your grass beside the walkways and plant beds to create a crisp look. Add some color to the flower beds with new perennials or annuals. One can never go wrong planting all the same plant or color in the flower bed giving a monochromatic appearance. Clean up outdoor containers and add new plants to them. Or if you don’t have time to manage them while house is on market, sometimes it’s best to remove them all together. Any pots or containers with dead plants need to be tossed. Clean any outdoor furniture and cushions. Although the outdoor cushions are supposed to be fade resistant, they

do tend to fade over time and may need replacing. That’s another great way to add color to the front entrance. Pressure wash outdoor surfaces such as driveways and walkways as well as removing any dirt and grim from exterior siding, gutters, soffits and front door. Make these areas look brand new and don’t forget about the fences and patio areas as well. And I can’t believe that I even have to mention this, but I see it more than I care too…clean out your gutters! Even if they have guards on them to keep them from clogging the downspouts, you still have to clean them off. Having a small sapling taking root and growing out of the gutter, plants a bad seed in the buyers mind about the condition of the house. No pun intended! For more information about staging your house to sell or creating great curb appeal, contact… Feel free to contact her at nan@ Nan Johnston is a professional home staging consultant from Newnan with over 30 years experience in the real estate industry. Check out her website for some interesting before and after photos at www.

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WEST POINT LAKE – DEEP WATER 2 acre lot on Wehakee Creek. Hardwood hill with panoramic views. Easy access to LaGrange and I-85. Just 89,900. (Frank)

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GREAT HUNTING TRACT! 92.8 OPEN & wooded acres in East Alabama. Several streams & possible pond sites. Lots of deer & turkeys. Possible dove Field & food plots. $239,900 (FRANK)

MLS #8160544 STUNNING BRICK HOME ON FINISHED BASEMENT ON 37+/- ACS. Foyer entrance w/wide staircase, hardwd flrs, family rm w/brick f/p, separate dining room, updated kitchen overlooking backyard and acreage. Spacious master bedroom w/reading or office area. Regulation size basketball court.. $495,000 (Frank/Jess)

MLS #8145179 WELL-MAINTAINED CRAFTSMAN w/ upgrades on 5 acs +/- w/ 24x32 shop! Open floor plan w/lrg living area, hdwd flrs, Stone fplc, vaulted ceilings, 9’ ceilings, solid surface counters & island in kit. Mstr BR w/trey ceilings & rope lighting. Screened porch. Patio w/ gas hookup for grill. Beautiful acreage & riding trail. New Price $349,900 (Frank/Jess)

MLS #7583285 TREMENDOUS 6 BEDROOM, 5 1/2 BATH BRICK & VINYL TWO STORY HOME on 13.28 open & wooded acres in North Coweta County! 24 x 60 barn, small pond. 1BR, 1BA In-law suite, 2BR, 1BA Apt-. Laundry chute. A lot of house and land for the money! New Price $364,900. (Frank/Jess)

MLS #7635281 HEAVILY WOODED 96.209+/- ACRES IN GRANTVILLE CITY LIMITS! Subdivision plan available. Grantville City water & sewer. Stream and small pond (3/4 acre) stocked with bass and bream. Ideal for Development or Recreational property. Easy access to I-85. $3,900/acre. (Frank)

MLS #8187572 STUNNING EUROPEAN 1.5 STORY w/ full bsmt on White Oak Golf Course. Spectacular views! 400+/- S/F Deck. Circular driveway. 2 story mstr suite w/loft! Granite c’tops in kitchen & baths. Theatre rm & sunrm w/ wet bar. $463,000. (Frank/Jess)



MLS #8114695 BEAUTIFUL & SPACIOUS HOME IN CHOICE NEWNAN LOCATION. Near ASHLEY PARK, CTCA, PIEDMONT NEWNAN HOSPITAL & I-85! Foyer entrance. Lrg greatrm/ family rm, f/p. 9’ ceilings & dining area w/patio access. Lrg mstr on main w/trey ceiling. Huge bonus rm. Oversized garage. Wheelchair friendly. $269,900. (FRANK/JESS)

LOTS/LAND _________________________________________________________ 13 CHOICE BUILDING LOTS in Grantville. Easy access to I-85, Atlanta, Newnan, LaGrange & Columbus. Covenants & Restrictions in file. $12,000/lot. Frank _________________________________________________________ 3.9+/- ACRES PLATTED for 24 townhome lots w/paved streets w/curb & gutter. CT TRA CONnear City water & sewer available.UConvenient downtown Newnan, restaurants & NDER location shopping. Easy access to I-85 & Atlanta. Sold ‘as is’. $228,000. Frank/Jess _________________________________________________________ 4.174+/- WOODED ACRES on Palmetto-Tyrone Road and Hudgens Road. Choice CONTRACT UNDERFrank. North Coweta location. Just $59,900. _________________________________________________________ 2 SPACIOUS VACANT LOTS in West Coweta on East Coggins Road. Easy access to Newnan, Franklin or Carrollton. Sold ‘as is’. $29,000/lot. Frank _________________________________________________________

MLS #8191772 MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE. Well maintained 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA in sought after Newnan area in great school district. Oversized mstr w/vaulted ceiling. Custom, upgraded kitchen w/tile flr, custom island, tiled backsplash & walk-in pantry. Dining room w/coffered ceiling. Beautiful low maintenance yard. Priced below recent appraisal! New Price $259,900. Jess.

3 WOODED VACANT LOTS IN NORTH COWETA CO. New shopping nearby. Subject to covenants/restrictions of Chandlers Run Subdivision. $19,500/each. Frank _________________________________________________________ COMMERCIAL _________________________________________________________ CHOICE 10.13 ACRES ZONED COMMERCIAL (C-2) ON HWY 74 (SENOIA ROAD) near Tyrone. Adjoins Georgia World of Beverages. 579’ frontage on Hwy 74 and 385’ frontage on Landrum Road. $2,500,000. Frank _________________________________________________________ FOR LEASE ~ 5 JACKSON ST. – Downtown store building. 1452 sq. ft. $1250 per month. Call Robert Hinely 678.877-5874 (Owner, Agent). _________________________________________________________

MLS #8018914 LOOK NO FURTHER than this fabulous craftsman style home on 16.65 ac w/its own pvt 2 ac stocked pond & detached 1BR/BA guest house w/double garage & shop. Main house features spacious greatrm w/fplc, formal DR, full equipped kit/with all the extras, breakfast rm, 5BR/4 ½ BA, full bsmt w/theatre rm. See to appreciate. $549,900. (Frank/Jess)

MLS #8155946 509.35+/- WOODED ACRES with approximately 200 acres in Grantville City limits. Approximately 200 acres in Coweta Co. & approximately 100 acres in Meriwether Co. Approx. 7,400’ frontage on Minnie Sewell Rd, approx. 4,000’ on Hwy 29 & approx. 6,400’ on CSX RR. Ideal for development. Owners are Brokers. $12,500/AC. (Frank/Chip)

_________________________________________________________ 6.85 ACRES on Newnan’s 2nd busiest street (Temple Ave./Hwy 34 West). Great for shopping center or medical complex. $495,000. Frank/Jess _________________________________________________________ POTENTIAL COMMERCIAL LOT w/road frontage on busy Hwy 34E. 9.89+/- acs. Excellent location close to Peachtree City, Thomas Crossroads and I-85! Currently zoned Rural Conservation. $75,000. Jess _________________________________________________________ VACANT COMMERCIAL LOT on corner of Fair Street and Taylor Street. Just off Temple Avenue. Just $55,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors 770-231-9535. _________________________________________________________

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Faces of Philanthropy What’s raised here, stays here.

Community Service Team ends year with luncheon at Banning Mills Sam Huynh, an East Coweta High School eleventh grader, received our second annual Community Service Team scholarship on May 6, 2017 at Banning Mills. The scholarship was presented at a luncheon following a morning of teambuilding exercises.

CST Leader and Foundation Board Member Cynthia Bennett congratulates scholarship recipient Sam Huynh as Sam’s father, Tim Huynh, looks on.

After lunch, the youth heard from another young leader, Greater Atlanta Christian School eleventh grader Kendall Robinson, founder of the nonprofit Love Rolls, which collects donations to provide toilet paper to the homeless. Also at the event, Board Member John Herbert Cranford Jr. introduced Community Service Team members Bailey Babb, Seiler Rivers and Chloe Epstein, who presented this year’s CST grant to the Coweta Organization for Riding, Rehabilitation and Learning (CORRAL). Founder Marie Powell accepted the award on behalf of CORRAL, a therapeutic horseback riding program that will soon celebrate its 30th anniversary.

Marie Powell of CORRAL accepts a grant for the organization from Seiler Rivers and Chloe Epstein.

“This is a great organization and a great group of young people,” Powell said in accepting the grant. She encouraged them to keep giving back to the community and said, “Every time you help somebody else, you’re going to be blessed.”

Also assisting in the day’s events were Coweta Community Foundation Board Members Cynthia Bennett, leader of the Community Service Team, and Board Member Joseph Wyant. Ashley Stephens, Northgate High School eleventh grader and 2016-2017 chair of the Community Service Team, and Michelle McGrath, Northgate High School tenth grader and vice chair of the CST, presented certificates of appreciation to their fellow team members, who included Elizabeth Alexander, Newnan High School tenth grader; Gracie Armour, Newnan High School tenth grader; Bailey Babb, Northgate High School tenth grader; Bailey Barnett, Newnan High School ninth grader; Gracie Bolton, Landmark Christian School tenth grader; Amanda Bridges, Landmark Christian School tenth grader; Megan Czerwinski, Northgate High School tenth grader; Christopher Daisy, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Chloe Epstein, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Mia Fisher, Northgate High School tenth grader; Tevyn Fudge, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Michaela Fuller, Newnan High School ninth grader; Sam Huynh, East Coweta High School eleventh grader; Gracie Martin, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Katelyn McMath, Landmark Christian School tenth grader; Morgan Miller, Northgate High School tenth grader; Samantha Morrison, Northgate High School tenth grader; Meredith Rielly, Northgate High School tenth grader; Seiler Rivers, Landmark Christian School ninth grader; Ryan Spicer-Gordon, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Tyiena Stafford, East Coweta High School tenth grader; Silvia Thompson, Northgate High School tenth grader; Sarah Warburton, East Coweta High School tenth grader; and Cameron Williams, Northgate High School tenth grader.

Second Annual Saturday Down South raises $22,500 We are pleased to announce that our Second Annual Saturday Down South Sporting Clays and Southern Supper raised $22,500 after expenses! Thanks to the support of all those who sponsored and attended this event, the Foundation will be able to continue to enhance our community’s quality of life through our grants program, the educational tools and resources provided to our nonprofit Jessica Sandlin, Cliff Sandlin, Candice agencies, our high school Community Sears and Carson Sears enjoy the Southern Supper. Service Team, and our newly launched Young Professionals In Philanthropy in conjunction with the Newnan-Coweta Chamber. This year’s Saturday Down South definitely met the goal of the 20th anniversary theme of “Come Grow With Us!” This event grew from our first year, and it is our goal to continue to grow this event for many years to come.

Joey Pendley, owner of Penco Restoration, with his son Cole at the Saturday Board member Susan Paulk and her Down South sporting clays shoot.

husband, John, were among the cochairs for the event. “Saturday Down South was once again a fun and successful event,” Susan said. “It amazes me how the citizens of Coweta County continuously come together to support our community through the Coweta Community Foundation.” Board Member Angela Munson and her husband, Brennan, were also co-chairs for the event. Angela said they were proud to be a part of the event and that she is so pleased that “the proceeds from Saturday Down South will go toward meeting the current needs right here in Coweta.”

Michael Schricks, Vice President of Operations at CTCA shoots sporting clays.

And for those who like to plan early, we’re already looking forward to April 14, 2018 and the Third Annual Saturday Down South Sporting Clays and Southern Supper.

Nonprofit Calendar June 8th – Land For Life – Southern Conservation Trust – 6:00 PM Scarborough Farm, Brooks, GA June 19th – Family Camp – 9:00 AM at River Life, Inc.

Applications for the 2017-2018 Community Service Team are now available from the CCF office. For more information, call the Foundation at 770-2531833 or visit

June 30th – Community Service Team Applications Open for Coweta Community Foundation


Check Out Website For Updates, More Information

June 20th – Coweta Family Collaborative – Coweta Family Connection – 11:45AM Heatherwood Baptist Church

Thank you to our annual partners

What’s In Your Garage? ❦ June 14, 2017 ❦ The SHOPPER ❦ Page 11

By Joe Williams

TOOLS Until I was about 50, I had neither time nor interest in using tools around the house. Although I always liked cars, the professionals had to do the work. And when my wife wanted a picture attached to the wall, the heel of my shoe was the tool of choice – a table knife from the kitchen was my screwdriver. However I now very much enjoy my time in my little workshop, just “piddling” around, working on an old car, or motorcycle, or lawn mower. Over the years, I’ve collected the tools I need to do the job, but most folks just need a basic kit. A good starter set of tools should have a pair of pliers, an adjustable wrench, hammer, tape measure, a can of WD-40, a small hand saw, and one of those screw drivers with interchangeable bits. The next level might include a basic set of socket wrenches and standard hand wrenches. Kits like this are available for about $40 and will be a great start. An interest in repairing or “fixing up” a car, boat, or motorcycle will require a few more tools. Make sure you have both metric and standard wrenches and sockets, 3 blade type screwdrivers and 3 Phillips. Get a small bench grinder and a rechargeable drill, and maybe even an air compressor. That drill can be used with a wire brush, a small buffer, and screwdriver bits. Get a jack and two jack stands. And don’t forget shop rags, paper towels, steel wool, hand cleaner, and safety glasses. (I have some glasses with LED lights!) Good quality disposable gloves (not those used in the Old Folks Homes) will keep your hands clean, but I find that a mixture of Dawn dish detergent and Comet will remove anything from my hands, including the top layer of skin! For cleaning your work area, get a broom, dust pan and some “Kitty Litter” type oil spill remover. Get started with these items and you’ll be surprised how many more “toys” you will want to add. Working on a project in your garage or around the house can be enjoyable if you have the right tools for the job, and a “decent” tool at a fair price is all most of us will need. My favorite garage item, however, is a roll around stool. I bought an office chair for $5 at the Habitat store and removed the back rest. It’s height adjustable and perfect for scooting around my project. I “try” to keep things organized, and I am (slowly) learning to clean up my work area after each session, which makes things more pleasant when I come back to it. Build a small work bench, buy the appropriate tools, work safely, and learn some new skills. It might even be a good remedy for life’s daily stresses. But if you are on a really tight budget, go right ahead and use the heel of your shoe and a table knife. At least it’s a start!


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June Tips, Trends and Trendsetters with Corby Carlin Winters Each month I strive to share current trends and ideas that are popular and impact our lives in positive ways. It is so hard to imagine that June is upon us and summer is here. Many are headed to the beach while others are opting for the Staycation. I love covering style, fashion, health, wellness, beauty, relationships and everyday life tips and trends. It is my desire to bring you a variety of fun topics and sometimes, life-changing trends. I hope you enjoy them and please feel free to share The Paper and The Shopper with friends and family.

Layering bangles, bracelets and cuffs Stacking and layering bracelets, necklaces and rings is so hot! I love to layer, layer, layer. I always have but it is so popular right now. Someone once said to me “I can’t believe you wear such big jewelry and so much for such a short person. Oh well, I must say I do love “big” jewelry and layering it is indeed my thing and for many others.

One such booth is 109, where Barbara sells her fabulous jewelry. Women will shop and literally spend an hour in Barbara’s booth, which she loves to call the Gathering of the Goddesses. Whatever your jewelry style, make sure it’s yours and let your personality shine.

The Staycation Summer vacations are a big deal, often more to children than to their parents. Not everyone can afford that special trip but let’s say you do. The vacation scenario looks a bit like this … You plan the trip, it’s time to go. You start packing which seems endless. You gather snacks for the trip. You board your animals and everyone loads in the car. And of course in the first ten minutes one of the munchkins asks that infamous question “are we there yet?” Honestly, I am already tired thinking about the trip. Here are just some ideas for your staycation ~ Get your bikes and head to Peachtree City and have lunch at one of their many fabulous restaurants or get a latte at Starbucks and dessert to take to the park. If you are a hiking person head to The Chattahoochee Bend and follow an orienteering path created by The Eldest Son of Thunder for his Eagle Project. I promise you will have great family bonding time. Also just head to downtown Newnan, shop, eat and fellowship. If you are a Walking Dead fan then go right over to Senoia and take in all the sights, eat and shop in their wonderful stores You might also want to head up to Serenbe and walk the labyrinth and have dinner at The Hill. But let me be perfectly honest my favorite words I like to hear at a staycation is “Miss Winters it is time for your massage and facial.” Now that is my kind of staycation.

Purchases with a Greater Purpose Can Be A Blessing

You can find great jewelry everywhere in our neck of the woods, from thrift shops to consignment shops and local speciality stores. Jewelry can add fun, whimsy or sophistication to any outfit for women of all ages. If you layer cuffs and bracelets you may want to then go less on the necklaces. But I have friends that go all out and layer everything at all the same time and it totally works. Men layer too and for some of them they wear it so very well. Lorraine Beckman and her Rockin’ B Antiques are a bit of a legend with their great consignment booths.

You can also find colorful pillowcases made locally in Newnan by Erin Lamb, a young artist and philanthropist who has been spotlighted in The New York Times. For each sale a portion is given back to help children go to school Guatemala.

Businesses in our local communities are working to change the world and the lives of men, women and children everywhere. Greenhouse Mercantile in downtown Newnan is one of those stores that give back through the merchandise they sell on East Washington. Owner Kenya Brantley offers a collection of unique curated goods. Kenya sells merchandise that gives back and helps those around the world from selling their beautiful handcrafted leather bags called “Live fashionably.” When you purchase one of these bag you help women in Ethiopia.

Blue Moon Boutique, also in downtown Newnan, is owned by Gay Koran and carries the TOMS brand. That includes TOMS shoes, sunglasses and handbags. If you purchase any handbag women are given birth kits, the sale of sunglasses provides eye care and for the sale of each pair of shoes a pair of shoes is given. ❦ June 14, 2017 ❦ The SHOPPER ❦ Page 13

One Roof Ecumnical Minisrty uses its thrift shop sales to help those in our community. They offer financial assistance, a food pantry, and some life encouragement, When you spend money there your purchases go to helping others.

grab a backpack from your garage and put some hand weights or heavy books in the back. I have done this many times and had no idea I was actually Rucking. The most important thing you need to know is get busy hiking, Oh, I meant to say Rucking. Call it rucking, hiking, walking. Bottom line is exercise and get moving.

A Healthy Glowing Face Facial sheets and under eye boosts are all the rage in Hollywood and even in our neck of the woods. Looking and staying young is a multi-billion dollar business and it continues to grow. Many women experience ageism. However, often men catch a bit of a break on this one. Men can age and no one seems to judge them. But let’s be honest, women are not so lucky. But taking care of your skin and health is important at any age, eating right, drinking lots of water are great way to keep your skin young and vibrant.

Let Corby know you enjoy her Tips & Trends! If you have ideas for articles please share with her

Rucking or Hiking - Call It Want You Want - It Is Exercise So recently Winters learned all about a new activity called Rucking. Best yet, so did I. However, as I overheard the video Winters was listening too I was certain they were talking about good old hiking. Something we have done for years while living in Alaska and also being a part of Boy Scouts.

Moisturizers and sunblock are critical for longer term care of your skin for years to come. There are many products and skincare lines but the most important thing is to find what works best for you, your skin and gives you the results you want. But don’t be fooled, products can only do so much and whether your friends are telling you are not some are definitely going under the needle for botox and other fillers. Do not be so quick judge. But I will say these facial sheets are awesome and you can find them all over the area at various price levels.

But I was wrong, evidently if you put on a back pack, grab a hiking stick and start walking around your neighbourhood, then you are rucking. But do the very same thing in woods it is called hiking. This makes me laugh a bit because I’m certain some city folks are spending a lot of money to get specialized Rucking gear. And maybe they need it. Good news is if it gets men and women exercising then that is awesome. The important key is to stay healthy. We must exercise. So before you run out and spend loads of money buying an official rucking backpack, do your research. You just might


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Number of husband caregivers growing

Not only is Sunday, June 18 Father’s Day, but it is also Husband Caregiver Day. In 2009 men accounted for 34 percent of the 65 million family caregivers. By 2012 that number had risen to 45 percent. One reason for the increase is that in people over 65 years of age, Alzheimer’s is more prevalent in women than in men. In people over 65, 3.9 million women have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s compared to 1.8 million men in the same age group. Add to that – of people who are 65 or older – 20 percent will live until age 90, while Beth Dow 1 in 2 will develop Alzheimer’s after age 85. With these statistics, the number of baby boomer husbands being caregivers will only grow. Men caregivers are different from women caregivers. While they are very willing to step up and take on the caregiving role, men often report feeling more unprepared for the caregiving role than women do. They are less likely to ask for help, and when they do ask for help it is typically after a crisis, like a fall or severe health deterioration of their loved one. Men find it harder to admit the emotional and physical stress that caregiving has on them. They are less likely to discuss any of their caregiving issues with other family members or friends. And they don’t typically have the same tight social network that women often do, that could give them support. As a caregiver, men may have to learn new tasks. Traditionally, household chores, such as laundry, cooking and general housework have been the

wife’s responsibility, while the outside chores, have been assigned to the man. Caregiving may also include bathing and dressing their wife, and the men find themselves having to learn how to apply makeup or fix hair. All new territory for them. The most important thing a male caregiver can do, or any caregiver can do for their loved one, is to take care of themselves. If the husband hurts his back, gets ill, or falls into a deep depression, who will take of his wife? Being her husband, does not mean that you should be the only one to provide her care. Sometimes the best care one can give someone is care that someone else provides. There is only one job that no one else can do: that is be her husband. Everything else can be done by someone other than you. Men often feel that caregiving is an extension of their role as a provider. They feel if they do not take care of their wives, if they ask for help, they have not lived up to their commitment as her husband. Think of it this way, if you had children, it was your role as a father to make sure they received an education. So, you sent them to school. Caregiving in the same. It is your job to ensure that your wife is taken care of to the best of your ability. There is no rule that says you must do it all alone. On this Husband Caregiver Day, if you know someone that is a husband caregiver, ask them if you can help and then help. Cook a meal, pick up groceries, visit with their wife so they can get out. And if you are a husband caregiver, ask for help. Help is out there. You don’t have to do this alone. n Beth Dow is the owner of Home Helpers and Direct Link of GA & AL. For more information, you can reach her at 678-876-5118 or visit their website: newnanga/home. ❦ June 14, 2017 ❦ The SHOPPER ❦ Page 15





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Zen Monkey’s News and Musings … ***** Mr. Peanut wears open-toed shoes and yoga pants. ***** Susan Barber, AP Literature and American Literature teacher at Northgate High School, was named the Coweta County School System’s Teacher of the Year. She was among 31 teachers selected by their peers for the prestigious award. The three finalists were Barber, Anne Graner, Media Specialist at Ruth Hill Elementary School, and Mindy Baker, Sixth Grade Mathematics Teacher at East Coweta Middle School. ***** Donkey Kong got his name because his creator believed ‘donkey’ meant ‘stupid’ in English and wanted to convey the impression that the character was a “Stupid Ape”. ***** Local manufacturing company Grenzebach, which specializes in building materials, glass and wood technology, was named the Small Manufacturer of the Year (150 or fewer employees) for the 2017 Georgia Manufacturers Awards. ***** In the mid 1980s, Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas was the voice for Sally, Charlie Brown’s little sister ***** The refurbished Howard Warner School is now a community center with a ribbon cutting building held recently. It will be used for a second Boys and Girls Club in Newnan. The facility was at one point the segregated African American school. ***** Mr Potato Head was the first toy to be advertised on TV. ***** Bill Headley completed a quest that took 60 years. He recently graduated from the University of West Georgia. The kicker is he’s 82. Headley enrolled at Auburn University in his early 20s, but flunked out and joined the U.S. Army as a paratrooper. He later headed up Headley Construction. ***** It was only 66 years between the Wright brothers first flight and man landing on the moon. ***** Columbus Regional Health and Piedmont Healthcare have signed a Letter of Intent, initiating an exclusive negotiation period between the two organizations. Should the negotiations prove successful, Columbus Regional will become Piedmont’s regional “hub” for clinical services in Southwest Georgia. Columbus Regional Health’s two hospitals – Midtown Medical Center and Northside Medical Center, as well as its John B. Amos Cancer Center, MyCare Urgent Care Centers and multiple physician practices – would be included in the partnership. ***** Kicking off June 5, the 2017 Summer Reading Program will feature visits by Cochran Mills Reptile Show, Mad Scientist Doc Atoms, Drummer Dave Holland, and fan favorite Magician Ken Scott. In addition, other featured shows will be a visit from The Zoo Atlanta Zoo-mobile, Mindcraft Mobile Interactive science museum, and the Winged Ambassadors Birds of Prey. For more information, check out www.cowetapubliclibrary. org. . *****

There is a basketball court on the top floor of the U.S. Supreme Court building and it is known as “the highest court in the land.” ***** West Georgia Tech has expanded its GED-to-college program – which allows students enrolled in Adult Education classes to apply to certificate and diploma classes at the college – from only four eligible programs to approximately 100 programs, now including almost all of the college’s certificate and diploma classes. To be eligible to apply, students must be enrolled in one of West Georgia Tech’s Adult Education classes, have passed two of the four GED subtests and have met the entrance (Accuplacer) requirements of the program to which they’re applying. ***** Sonic the Hedgehog’s full name is actually Ogilvie Maurice Hedgehog ***** Filming for a movie believed to be The Trouble with Grandpa” was held at the former Piedmont Newnan Hospital on Hospital Road. It stars Robert DeNiro, Christopher Walken and Uma Thurman. The film project is identified on signs as “Marro.” ***** The largest country in the world without a river is Saudi Arabia ***** Derenda Rowe is retiring as head of the One Roof Ecumenical Outreach Alliance, which she held found more than 10 years ago. moved to Coweta 13 years ago, she had no idea she’d end up running a nonprofit organization – let alone becoming its founding executive director. Dr. David Gregory, former homeless liaison with the Coweta County School System, will be the new executive director. One Roof was founded by several local churches and provides various services for needy Cowetans, including a food pantry and thrift store. ***** The dark region on the north pole of Pluto’s moon, Charon, is called Mordor ***** Officials at Piedmont Healthcare are raising the starting wage to $11 per hour, an amount that exceeds the federal minimum wage by more than 50 percent. The new standard will include employees at all seven of Piedmont’s hospitals as well as Piedmont’s employed physician practices and corporate services. Approximately 250 current Piedmont employees will benefit from the increase. ***** The ratio of chickens to humans on earth is 8:1 ***** There’s a big “Going Out of Business” sign outside of Gander Mountain in Ashley Park. But it’s not all bad. Camping World acquired Gander’s leases and employees, but all of the company’s inventory must be sold off first As of now, plans are to reopen the Newnan store after that. ***** Moss on a rock is just a mini forest on a mini mountain ***** Famous TV preacher Joel Osteen and his wife Victoria have been accused of colluding with the devil after they posed for photos with their son as he graduated from the University of Texas. The renowned televangelists documented

their son Jonathan’s graduation in Austin on Saturday by taking photos of themselves throwing a ‘Hook ‘em Horns’ hand signal. The spirited hand gesture has long been used at the university to represent its Texas Longhorn Bevo mascot. But it clearly didn’t bode well with some of their millions of Twitter followers who complained the megachurch family was using the devil’s sign. ***** It took the creator of the Rubik’s Cube, Erno Rubik, one month to solve the cube after he created it; the current world record is 5.55 seconds. ***** A multi-use trail system throughout Coweta County has gotten approved by both the city of Newnan and county commissioners. The approved master plan calls for a 25.5 mile trail that is broken down into 15 segments. ***** The ratio of chickens to humans on earth is 8:1 ***** According to a new report by FilmL.A, 17 feature films were shot in Georgia in 2016, beating California as the top location for feature film production. That also makes the state the number one filming location in the world. The report said the United Kingdom came in second for shooting with 16 feature films, with Canada taking third place with 13. Meanwhile, California was in fourth place with 12 feature productions and New York, and Louisiana tied for fifth place. ***** If you sneeze while travelling at 60 mph your eyes are closed for an average of 50 feet. ***** Longtime politician and former U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland said he is not running for governor. Westmoreland represented Coweta County for 12 years in Congress and another 12 in the Georgia State house. ***** The 2017 Leadership Coweta class graduated with 21 professionals. Sponsored by the Newnan-Coweta Chamber, Leadership Coweta provides existing and emerging leaders with unique opportunities to enhance their civic knowledge of Coweta County and to sharpen their leadership skills and to network with leaders from across the community. ***** A Veterans 5K Run, organized by Newnan High School students and history professors, collected $12,000. The money was then donated for veterans programs and accepted by John Skinner, commander of VFW Post 2667, during Memorial Day ceremonies. ***** Both Nicholas Cage and Michael Jackson shared the same wife, Elvis Presley’s daughter, Lisa Marie Presley. ***** Typo Market in Downtown Newnan is moving a couple of doors down and to street level. The store’s new address will be 11 Greenville Street, which was occupied by the Army Tactical store. Grand opening is set for July 1 with a grand prize drawing of $100 of store products that day. ***** Bubbles can’t exist in space. ***** ❦ June 14, 2017 ❦ The SHOPPER ❦ Page 17

Inflow Must Equal Outflow It doesn’t matter what, but inflow should equal outflow. In theory, the amount going in cannot be more or less than the amount coming out. The opposite is true, too. What is coming out cannot be more or less than the amount flowing in. One drains the pond; the other flows over the banks of the pond. In terms of cash flow, if little is coming in then only a little can come out. If a lot is coming in then more can come out, or at the least the amount of retained earnings will flourish. In time management, if you put too much on the to do list and you do not have more time to give, your frustration and stress level may limit your accomplishments, or at the least, minimize the quality in your accomplishments. In lead generation, you must have an equal ration of conversion to a prospect that is either qualified or unqualified. If you have more leads coming in than can be converted, then your leads list will suffer from lack of quality attention and your process will falter. Or if you have fewer leads coming and your conversion rate is higher than the inflow, then you will eventually run out of leads. Either way, too many leads or not enough leads may hurt you. In customer or employee retention, inventory management, assets versus liabilities, marketing exposure versus business growth, or most any other business consideration, your inflow must equal outflow. The proper processes, standards and management must be in place to give you a healthy balance for success.

When is the Right Time to Embellish Embellishment is the art of making something sound better than what is probably true. Sales people do it all the time. More often than not embellishment becomes a

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valued trait in terms of sales success. But in my view, embellishment only offers validity and justification to a white lie. But, a lie is a lie, nonetheless. If the product or service you provide requires constant embellishment to make a sale, it is time for you to find something more suited to telling the truth. In my sales management experience, I’ve hired those with great embellishment abilities. What I discovered was a person who is willing to stretch the truth meter in order to make a sale. Equally, if he or she will stretch it with a client then he or she will certainly do it with me. Credibility and trustworthiness were not held in high regard, and their relationships with clients and me were short lived. The truth will find you out. The best character trait any valued sales person must strive for is earned trust. As you grow in your business you will find it better to gain the trust of a client long before the hope of a transaction becomes an issue. I believe you must paint the best picture possible. But do so only in the limits of what is true. Data, market research, survey results, reviews, competitive advantages, and reputable quotes from respected sources can be used to prove a point. But, this does not give license to slam a competitor or embellish the truth. Earn trust. The sales will come naturally. Ken Hammock is a 30-year marketing veteran and is the Corporate Engagement Specialist for The JOY FM. You can reach him via email at


JAZZ IN THE PARK … A crowd of approximately 400 people turned out for Friday’s Jazz in the Park at Downtown Newnan’s Greenville Street Park. The Newnan Cultural Arts Commission hosted the event which featured Bumpin’

the Mango – an Atlanta-based band – which delivered two hours worth of funk, soul, blues and jazz with covers from Chicago, Sam Cook, Stevie Wonder and others plus some of their original work.

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Ask your County Agent Stephanie R. Butcher

County Coordinator Agricultural & Natural Resources Agent UGA Extension – Coweta County

Q. What are all of these bumps on my pecan tree leaves?


The bumps you are seeing on pecan leaves are insect galls caused by the pecan leaf phylloxera, a tiny, aphid-like insect that feeds on the pecan leaves. Although the insects are rarely seen, the galls they create are quite visible and they generate many calls to the Extension office each year. In fact, several years ago a client called me in a panic because she said it looked like aliens were taking over her pecan tree!

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Pecan Leaf phylloxera. Image Credit: UGA Extension Horticulture Specialist for Pecans, Lenny Wells The good news is that minor infestations of leaf phylloxera do not seem to have much of an affect on pecan crops. The bad news is that heavy infestations of these insects and especially the stem phylloxera specie can significantly reduce pecan production. While commercial pecan growers have some options for control, backyard pecan trees are susceptible since homeowners usually do not have access to the spray equipment needed to treat for them. Galls can occur on many different plants though, not just pecan trees. They can be caused by insects, mites, fungi, bacteria, or nematodes but insect galls are certainly the most common. Some of these insects include adelgids, phylloxerans, psyllids, gall midges and gall wasps. There are more than 2,000 galling insects in the United States and more than 1,700 are gall midges or gall wasps. Insect galls are formed when an insect lays eggs in actively growing plant tissue and those plant cells respond by quickly surrounding the egg or immature insect. These galls provide protection and food for the growing insect. Galls come in all shapes and sizes based on the insect that caused it to form. They can appear as tiny blisters, round balls, tubes or folded leaves. The surface of the gall can be smooth, hairy, or covered with spines and the gall may occur anywhere on the plant but are most common on the leaves. For the backyard gardener, galling insects are harmless and just cause interesting looking leaves. Although heavy infestations have been known to cause serious damage to high value plants, it is very rare. Chemical control options are unnecessary since most gall-makers don’t physically damage plants and is generally considered impractical, especially when the plant affected is a 30’ tall tree. Gall-makers also have numerous enemies since galls are a good source of nutrients. Other insects may feed on them or use them for shelter. These natural enemies usually keep the gall-maker populations down.

For more information on backyard pecan trees, pecan phylloxera or other galls, contact the Coweta County Extension Office at 770-254-2620 or e-mail uge2077@uga. edu and ask for the UGA Extension publication, “Home Garden Pecans”. The University of Georgia College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences offers its educational programs, assistance, and materials to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or veteran status and is an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization.

Dorene’s Pet Tip For June There are many fruits and nuts that are harmful to our pets. I was surprised at some of the foods that were harmful to pets. I researched some of the foods we eat and found some surprising facts. Most pet parents know that Chocolate is bad for dogs. But did you know what it does to your dog’s body? It builds up in the liver and causes liver failure. I looked up the AKC web site and then looked at the toxic foods. For example did you know that onions and avocados are harmful and so are pistachios and macadamia nuts. For a full list check out this web site: I have magnets at Pet’s Paradise that have the more common toxic foods and also the ASPCA poison hotline. Come by and get your magnet today. This “Pet Tip” is sponsored by Dorene Thompson of Pet’s Paradise Grooming Salon & Spa.

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Movie Madness

June 16 June 17 June 23 June 24 July 7 July 8 July 14 July 15 July 21 July 22



Visit or call 770-683-6282. Newnan Theatre Company 24 First Avenue Newnan, GA 30263

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Jaws Beauty and the Beast Double Feature: Forbidden Planet / House of Wax Blazing Saddles Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl The Great Mouse Detective Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Toy Story 2 Casablanca (invitation only)

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Entertain Kids this summer with budget-friendly Activities The Coweta County School System is officially on summer break, and local kids will have plenty of free time during the next few months to relax, have fun and enjoy days with no tests and homework. For parents searching for budgetfriendly ways to entertain their kids this summer, these deals offered at local theaters, skating rinks, bowling alleys and more are great ways to save on summer fun. n Regal Summer Movie Express Kids can enjoy $1 movies all summer through Regal Entertainment Group’s 2017 Summer Movie Express. Starting June 6, family-friendly films will be screened at 10 a.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. In Newnan, come to Regal Georgian Stadium 14 at 232 Newnan Crossing Bypass. Two movies will be featured each week and will play on both days. Tickets can be purchased at the box office. Here’s a schedule of the family-friendly movies and their ratings: Week 1: Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG), Ice Age: Collision Course (PG) Week 2: Trolls (PG), Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (G) Week 3: Monster Trucks (PG), Penguins of Madagascar (PG) Week 4: Rio 2 (G), The Boxtrolls (PG) Week 5: The Secret Life of Pets (PG), Sing (PG) Week 6: Kubo and the Two Strings (PG), Ratchet & Clank (PG) Week 7: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (PG), The Adven-

from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., bowl for two hours for $11.99 per person, plus tax. Shoe rental is included. The last sell time is 5 p.m. Junction Lanes is at 141 Newnan with Station Drive in Newnan. Lanes may be LaTina Emerson limited on any day, so call for availabiltures of Tintin (PG) ity. For more info, call 770-683-2695 or Week 8: Happy Feet Two (PG), Cats visit & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (PG) n Carnegie Library in Newnan Week 9: Storks (PG), The LEGO In June, bring your kids to free chilBatman Movie (PG) dren’s programs at the Carnegie Library For more information, visit https:// at 1 LaGrange St. in Newnan. Here are some of the scheduled movie-express. events: June 5, 12, 19, 26: Crochet activity, n Junction Lanes in Newnan 2 p.m., ages 8 and up Junction Lanes Family Entertain- June 6: Gutsy the Flying Fox, 10 a.m., ment Center has daily specials to help all ages customers save money on a friendly June 8: Lego Day “Angry Birds,” game of bowling with family and 10 a.m., ages 7 to 12 friends. June 13: Jennifer Daniels Music and Countdown to Midnight: Stories, 10 a.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, bowl June 14: American Girl Club, for three hours starting at 10 p.m. for 10 a.m., ages 7 to 12 $21.99, two hours starting at 11 p.m. June 15: Shakespeare 4 Kids! “Shrew,” for $15.99 and one hour starting at 10 a.m., ages 4 and up midnight for $9.99, plus tax. These June 20: Random Family Craft Day, prices are per person and include shoe 10 a.m. rental. June 22: Chef Carlin, 10 a.m., all ages Night Owl Special: On Mondays, June 27: Southeastern Reptile Rescue, Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting at 10 a.m., all ages 8 p.m., bowl up to three hours (until June 28: The Art of Reading, 10 a.m., close at 11 p.m.) for $13.99 per person, ages 2 to 5 plus tax. Shoe rental is included. June 29: Lego Day “Robotics,” Sunday Buck Night: On Sundays 10 a.m., ages 7 to 12 from 7 p.m. to close at 11 p.m., enjoy $1 Call 770-683-1347 one week in adgames, popcorn and sodas. vance to reserve seats. For updates, visit Bowl-A-Pa-Loo-Za: Every Sunday



n Grantville Splash Park The Grantville Splash Park at 92 Post St. in Grantville is open through Labor Day. The park is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. Admission is $1 per person. n Lowell Paintball in Carrollton Lowell Paintball at 2277 Whooping Creek Road in Carrollton is a professionally run paint ball facility focused on safety and fun. The facility is open on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekdays by reservation. Ask about specials. To make reservations, call 770-854-CAMP (2267). For more information, visit the website: http:// n Historic Banning Mills Adventure Park in Whitesburg

Historic Banning Mills Adventure Park at 205 Horseshoe Dam Road in Whitesburg offers a variety of activities for family fun. The Screaming Eagle Zip Line tour, the world’s longest and largest zip line canopy tour, has six levels. The adventure park also offers Birds of Prey shows and nature events for $5 per person, the world’s tallest freestanding climbing wall, power free falls, horseback riding, kayaking, hiking trails, a day spa offering massages and facials and more. For more information, please call 770-834-9149 or visit their website: http://www.historicbanningmills. com/. Ask about discount codes.

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SUNDAYS & TUESDAYS BINGO! at Veteran’s Club Newnan’s American Legion Post 57 hosts Bingo on Sundays at 6 p.m., cards go on sale at 4:50 p.m. and on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. with cards going on sale at 5:50 p.m. $1,500 given away each day. 5 - $100 games and $1,000 Jackpot. Cost to play all games $15 + if more cards are brought. Come early for choice of seating.

770.251.6949 after 3 • 130 Veterans Rd.


WEEK DAYS Coweta County Senior Services

Coweta County Senior Services, operated through the Coweta County Recreation Department, has announced it has opened a fourth weekly senior citizen program and invite all seniors living in the Sharpsburg area to join the fun each Monday. MONDAYS This new program is held each Monday of the month from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the new Central Community Center, located at 85 Literary Lane in Newnan next to the Central Library and soccer fields. “We invite all seniors in the Sharpsburg area to join us for fun and camaraderie while making new friends,” said Hood. “There are a lot of new people moving to this area of eastern Coweta and this is a good opportunity for them to meet people.” Central joins similar programs already established TUESDAYS @ Welcome Community Center; WEDNESDAYS @ Senoia Community Center; and THURSDAYS @ Panther Creek Community Center in Sargent. Various activities are planned for each week including board games, crafts and light refreshments are served, according to Patricia Hood who coordinates the programs at each of the centers. In addition, one meeting each month is set aside for a covered dish lunch with a program or speaker. Several day trips for those interested are also planned periodically. For more information on any of the Senior Programs throughout the county, contact Patricia Hood at



MONDAYS Crochet at The Carnegie 2 p.m. at The Carnegie. Call for details.

770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan


TUESDAYS Dance for Parkinson’s 10 to 11 a.m.

at Southern Arc Dance Center. One free trial, then $5 per class. The Dance for Parkinson’s program is built on the fundamental premise: professionally trained dancers are movement experts whose knowledge is useful to persons with PD. This class is an aesthetic experience that uses the elements of narrative, imagery, music and community to develop artistry and grace while addressing such PD-specific concerns as balance, flexibility, coordination, isolation and depression. Care partners are encouraged to participate at no charge. Call Paulo Manso de Sousa at 770.683.3724 or email for more information.

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MONDAYS & FRIDAYS Exercise Is Medicine at The Carnegie

11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. at The Carnegie. A wellness class for prevention and management of chronic disease conditions. Call for details.

770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan


TUESDAYS Girl Scouts Building a Better World Girls (ages 6-12)

The Senoia Branch Library has teamed up with Girl Scouts of America to present hands on S.T.E.M. activities for girls (with an emphasis on building) this summer for ages 6-12. Tuesdays in June (the 20th & 27th) at 4 p.m. Registration is required.

Senoia Branch Library • 770.599.3537 148 Pylant St., Senoia, GA 30276



DOWNTOWN Farmers Market

The DOWNTOWN Coweta County Farmers Market opens for the season June 7 on South Court Square. The Coweta County Farmer’s Market is hosted weekly on Wednesday’s from 9:00am- 1:00pm, and offers locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey, fresh cut flowers, plants and much more! The market is facilitated by the UGA Coweta County Extension office, in partnership with Main Street Newnan and Coweta County. Information is available for visitors and vendors at (please see event calendar).

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Gentle Stretch or Gentle Yoga

Gentle Stretching at 11:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga at 1:30 p.m. at The Carnegie. Call for more info.

770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan



Family Yoga

Build a Better You: Family Yoga at A. Mitchell Powell Jr. Library. Thursdays … June 8, 15, 22, 29 at 11:00 a.m. All ages, no experience is required. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.  If not, extras will be provided.  Dress comfortably. Registration required.

Mitchell Powell Library • 770.253.3625 25 Hospital Rd., Newnan, GA 30263 __________________________________


Farmers Market

The Coweta County Farmer’s Market is hosted at the Asa M. Powell Sr. Expo Center on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey, fresh cut flowers, plants and much more!

197 Temple Ave., Newnan


CONTINUING THRU JULY 28 Dining with Books @ Your Library

1 to 2 p.m. at Grantville Library. (All ages) FREE lunch program for children and teens ages 2-18 years. The Grantville Branch Library with the aid of our sponsor will provide free nutritional meals for the entire summer (Tuesday, May 30th – July 28th). Build a better body and brain while you eat good nutritious food and participate in literary activities all summer long -- except when library is closed. Program maximum is 24 children. Registration is required. Sponsor: Rising Phoenix Enrichment Program, Inc. For registration, call the Grantville Branch

770.683.0535 • 100 Park Dr., Grantville


JUNE Children’s Programs The Carnegie

The Carnegie offers a number of programs for children in June at 10 a.m. Call for for more information • Wednesday the 14 … American Girl Club. Ages 7-12.

• Thursday the 15 … Shakespeare 4 Kids! Shrew. Ages 4+ • Tuesday the 20 … Random Family Craft Day • Thursday the 22 … Chef Carlin. All ages. • Tuesday the 27 … Southeastern Reptile Rescue. All ages. • Thursday the 29 … Lego Day “Robotics”. Ages 7-12

770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan


Flag Day k June 14th


JUNE 15 … THURSDAY NCHS Spirit Night at Newk’s

Thursday, June 15 from 5 to 9 is NCH Spirit Night at Newk’s in Newnan benefitting Newnan-Coweta Humane Society.

368 Newnan Crossing Bypass, Newnan, GA 30265


JUNE 16 … FRIDAY Home Depot Children’s Building Workshop

Come and join Home Depot of Peachtree City and have some summer fun as they supply the craft and lead attendees how to build their neat project to take home. Friday, June 16th at 11am

Senoia Branch Library • 770.599.3537 148 Pylant St., Senoia, GA 30276



Robotics 101(ages 8-12)

Build a better world by developing your STEM skills. The Senoia Branch Library welcomes Jonathan Whitten as he demonstrates how to use a balance robot to learn the basic elements of program sequence. Saturday, June 17th 11:00am-1:00pm. Registration is required.

Senoia Branch Library • 770.599.3537 148 Pylant St., Senoia, GA 30276


Father’s Day k June 18


JUNE 19 … MONDAY Build a Better Macaroni & Cheese

Monday, June 19 at 5:30 p.m. Join Chef Carlin to learn to “Build a Better Macaroni& Cheese” workshop. The program will last about 90 min. Registration required.

Mitchell Powell Library • 770.253.3625 25 Hospital Rd., Newnan, GA 30263


JUNE 20 … 3RD TUESDAYS Multiple Sclerosis Support Group

A Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets every third Tuesday of the month at Insignia of Newnan. The meetings start at 5 p.m. Insignia of Newnan is located at 27 Belt Road, Newnan, GA 30263. Info

770.354.4951 • 27 Belt Road, Newnan


JUNE 20 … TUESDAY Home Depot Kids Workshop

Tuesday, June 20 at 11:00 a.m. Ages 3 and up, join the Home Depot of Newnan as they lead kids in completing a hands-on project to take home. Registration required.

Mitchell Powell Library • 770.253.3625 25 Hospital Rd., Newnan, GA 30263


JUNE 21 … 3RD WEDNESDAYS Senior Friends

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Bullsboro in the back-meeting room. A short business meeting is held and then we will have a guest speaker. For more info contact Sharon at 77.683.4758.

605 Bullsboro Dr, Newnan, GA 30263


JUNE 21 … 3RD WEDNESDAYS Alzheimer’s Support Group meets

Alzheimer’s Support Group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 2-3 p.m. at Insignia of Newnan (formerly Savannah Court) ~ 27 Belk Rd, Newnan GA 30263. This meeting is open to the public for the caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. For more details you can call Susan Goodson at 770.231.7159.

770.231.7159 • 12 Belk Road, Newnan


JUNE 21, JULY 5 & 19, & … 1ST & 3RD WEDNESDAYS Golf Life Ladies

Golf Life Ladies is also known as “The Social Golf League,” where women can learn and grow new relationships all while learning the game. Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 5:30pm. at White Oak Golf Club. For more information, e-mail Kim or Samantha at or visit GolfLifeUSAstuff.

141 Clubview Drive, Newnan, GA


JUNE 22 … THURSDAY Patriotic Wreath

Enhance your home décor for Independence Day by creating a beautiful mesh wreath. Build the skills necessary to create this versatile project appropriate for other holidays as well. Keep the wreath for your home or make one to give as a gift. Thursday June 22nd 4:30pm-5:30pm Registration is required.

Senoia Branch Library • 770.599.3537 148 Pylant St., Senoia, GA 30276


JUNE 22 … THURSDAY Donate While You Dine

Come out to Culver’s across from Ashley Park on Thursday, June 22, 2017 anytime between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. and support the VFW Post 2667 Auxiliary in their Spirit Day/Night. All purchases when you show the flyer from our Facebook page on your phone or a printed copy will go towards our fundraiser. Culver’s will donate 15% of your purchase to our Auxiliary. Everyone can enjoy their terrific varied menu with lunch, afternoon snack, dessert, dinner or take out and help us out. You can see the flyer on Facebook by going to vfwauxiliary2667 newnan.

311 Newnan Crossing Bypass • 770.502.1600 __________________________________

JUNE 23 … FRIDAY Screen On The Square

Join us on Friday, June 23, 2017 for the Screen on the Square. Main Street Presents “SING” at 8pm. Popcorn, Italian Ice, Bouncy houses and more will be available at 5:30. The Screen on the Square Event will take place on South Court Square in Historic Downtown Newnan, where the family-friendly animated film, “SING”, will be featured in a litter-free, smokefree environment. The event is free to the public, and we welcome crowds of all ages! Families are encouraged to bring blankets to sit on and pack a picnic supper to enjoy during the event, or come early and dine at one of our downtown restaurants.


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JUNE 24 … SATURDAY Sharpsburg Baptist Church Car Show, BBQ & More

A Missions Fund Raiser with Bouncy House, Free Car Wash, Bake Sale, Face Painting Saturday, June 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sharpsburg Baptist Church

6413 Hwy. 54, Sharpsburg, GA 30277


JUNE 24 … SATURDAY Chattahoochee Bend State Park Hooch Hike and Paddle

8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A 5.5 mile hike up the Riverside Trail to the bend boat launch and break for lunch. Then a nice, easy paddle back down the Chattahoochee. Boats are available to rent or bring your own. Register in advance, space is limited. Ages 10+ $12 per person plus $30 boat rental. $5 parking.

770.254.7271 425 Bobwhite Way, Newnan, GA 30263


JUNE 24 … SATURDAY Home Depot’s Do-It-Yourself Teen & Adult Workshop

Join the staff of Home Depot Peachtree City as they furnish supplies and teach attendees in this hands on workshop to complete a great project to take home! Saturday, June 24th at 11am Registration is required.

Senoia Branch Library • 770.599.3537 148 Pylant St., Senoia, GA 30276


JUNE 25 … SUNDAY The Great Race 2017

Rally Along the Dixie Highway~ at Noon in Downtown Newnan, East Broad Street. The Great Race starts in Jacksonville, FL on June 24 and makes several stops along the Dixie Highway and ends in Traverse City, MI on July 2. For more info • 1.800.989.7223


JUNE 26 … MONDAY Carnegie Literary Circle

The Book Club Tible for June is Robert Penn Warren’s “All The Kings’ Men” at 9:30 a.m. at The Carnegie. Reservations required. Call for details.

770.683.1347 • 1 LaGrange St., Newnan


JUNE 27 … TUESDAY Piccadilly Puppet Show

Tuesday, June 27 at 11:00 a.m. H2-Oh! Splish, Splash: Water Stories, Piccadilly Puppets’ newest show, Frog & Eel explores our most precious resource in a fun and educational way!

Mitchell Powell Library • 770.253.3625 25 Hospital Rd., Newnan, GA 30263


JUNE 27, JULY 13 & 27, … 2ND & 4TH TUESDAYS Family Caregiver Support Group

Are you a family caregiver? Are you looking for answers or understanding? If so, join people just like you and enjoy support, laughter and encouragement at the Home Helpers of GA & AL Family Caregivers Support Group meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and will be held at the Home Helpers office, located at 125 Jefferson Street in Newnan (directly across from Pizza Hut and next to Family Dollar). Park in the back and come to the front door. For information, email or call Beth at 678.378.4366



Tuesday June 27th thru Saturday July 1st . We will have Adult, Large Print,  Young adult and Children’s titles in fiction and nonfiction.  But -- we will have more than just books.   We will also have DVDs, CDs, & VHS.  We are including cases and some puzzles for sale as well.

Mitchell Powell Library • 770.253.3625 25 Hospital Rd., Newnan, GA 30263



Market Day is hosted by Main Street Newnan on the first Saturday of every month from April-December, around the courthouse square in downtown Newnan, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The market showcases a variety of handmade, homemade, and homegrown products created by local artisans, artists, and farmers. It features 50 unique booths with new vendors and one-ofa-kind items each month. Market favorites include: fresh locally grown produce, honey, jams and jellies, salsa, pottery, art, children’s clothing, hand-woven baskets, leather products, fresh baked goods, handcrafted furniture, birdhouses, wood-art, fiber-art, wreaths, floral design, and much more!



Piedmont Newnan Hospital is hosting our monthly Walk with a Doc the first Saturday of the month (May-Nov) at 8:30 a.m. at the Piedmont Fitness Center in downtown Newnan, right before Market Days. Each month will feature a different physician.

26 West Court Square, downtown Newnan • 877.527.3712


July 4th Parade k July 4


JULY 15 … SATURDAY Antiques Appraisal Event

On Saturday, July 15, from 10 a.m. til 5 p.m. at the Historic Train Depot in downtown Newnan, NCHS hosts “Trash OR Treasure -- “What’s in Your Attic?”, a first-of-its kind event for NCHS. The special event will include brief lectures on popular collection items such as art, dolls, jewelry, furniture, books, textiles, comics and toys. Appraisers and specialists deliver the talks, give background information and reveal the worth of entries submitted for appraisal. Entry tickets are $25 for every item entered with a July 1 deadline and can be purchased at, or by link from the NCHS webpage, the Trash OR Treasure Facebook page, by calling 770-251-0207 or by visiting the NCHS headquarters at the McRitchie-Hollis Museum, 74 Jackson St, Newnan, GA 30263. Entrants may purchase as many tickets as they like. Non-entry tickets available for just $5.

60 East Broad St., Newnan, GA 30263


JULY 24 - 28 … MONDAY-FRIDAY Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School at Grace Community Fellowship Church July 24-28, 9a-12 noon. Ages 5-12. Registration is free. To register, please call Darcy at

770.304.2667 • 75 Roscoe Road, Newnan, GA


Hair Spray k July 27-29


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For Sale

GENTLY USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS, altenators, batteries, starters, radiators and thousands of parts for sale Specializing in 19802010 cars and trucks. Call Gentry’s 770-253-5770

We Buy

TOWNSHIP COINS  WE BUY coin collections, offer free in-store appraisals, we buy gold, silver and plated silver. 770-254-2727 WE BUY MILITARY RIFLES $$$ Top Dollar Paid. Estate items sold. Buy, Sell, Trade. By appointment. Call 678-641-8283 WE BUY scrap metal, junk cars, old appliances, stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers, dish washers & batteries. Call Gentry Recycling 770-253-5770


1999 HONDA ACCORD EX 4 door, 4 cyl., 204K miles, leather, sunroof, cold AC, current emissions. Cash special $2,500 + tax & title. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770253-5770 ‘04 DODGE STRATUS SXT 2 door, 4 cyl., 224K. Cash deal $1,999 + tax & title. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-2535770 ‘04 HYUNDAI ACCENT 4 cyl., auto, 188K. Cash deal $1,499 + tax & title. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-2535770 ‘02 DODGE RAM 1500 V8, auto, 2WD, 188K. We finance. No credit check! $9.99 per day. Down payment required. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-253-5770 1985 1/2 TON GMC TRUCK $2,995 obo. 770304-8224 ‘05 FORD EXPLORER V6, auto, 3rd row, 12/12 warranty on transmission. 147K. We finance. No credit check. $9.99 per day. Down payment required. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-253-5770


‘93 DODGE D150 V8, auto, cold air, current emissions, $9.99 per day. We finance. No credit check. Down payment required. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-253-5770 2003 FORD EXPLORER $3,995 obo. 770-304-8224 ‘03 GMC ENVOY 6 cyl., auto, 3rd row seat, sunroof, leather, average miles for the year. Good affordable transportation. Cash Deal $5,999 + tax & title. Call Gentry’s, ask for Andy, 770-253-5770 ‘01 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN LT leather, 3rd row, sunroof, 1-owner vehicle, 12/12 warranty on transmission. “Cash Deal”. Call Gentry’s for info and pricing, ask for Andy, 770-253-5770

Lake Lots

ARE YOU READY  TO BUILD THAT DREAM LAKE HOME? 1.55-acre Lake Lot near Milledgeville on Lake Sinclair. Includes approx. 100 ft. of constructed sea wall. For info, call Marty Rogers w/Better Homes & Garden Real Estate Metro Brokers at 770-842-0632. 6-28 WEST POINT LAKE – Deep Water 2 acre lot on Wehakee Creek. Hardwood hill with panoramic views. Easy access to LaGrange and I-85. Just $89,900. Frank, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990.


HEAVILY WOODED 96.209± ACRES IN GRANTVILLE CITY LIMITS! Subdivision plat already available. Grantville City water & sewer. Stream & small pond stocked w/bass & bream. $3,900/ac. Frank, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990.

Commercial Investment

FOR LEASE ~ 5 JACKSON ST.  Downtown store building. 1452 sq. ft. $1250 per month. Call Robert Hinely, Owner/Agent, 678.8775874. Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors. 770-253-6990.

Commercial Investment

6.85 ACRES on Newnan’s 2nd busiest st. (Temple Ave./ Hwy 34 West). Great for shopping center or medical complex. $495,000. Frank/ Jess, Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990 VACANT COMMERCIAL LOT on corner of Fair St. & Taylor St., just off Temple Ave. Just $55,000. Frank Barron, Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors, 770-253-6990, cell 770-2319535.


MILLER’S HANDYMAN SERVICE 41 years experience in home improvements, repairs, painting, electrical, plumbing and so much more! All small jobs welcome. 470.514.6893. 6.28 REMODELING CONTRACTOR in Coweta co. since 1993. Kitchens, baths & basements remodels. Also, custom wood work, drywall, painting, doors, windows, decks, and wood rot repairs. Many lines of cabinetry for low prices. Call Mike at Above & Beyond Carpentry 678-673-9560. 6.28 C&S ASPHALT driveways, seal coating, potholes, parking lots. No job too big or too small. 25% off to churches. Call George 404.569.1078 6.21 YARD PREP Trim crepe myrtles, leaf work, clean up / haul off, some tree work. Free estimates. 20+ years experience. Licensed / insured. Commercial / Residential. Call Lee Sellers Lawn Care Service 470-686-9441, 678416-5177 or visit web http:// leesellerslawncareservices. com/ 6.28 DEWBERRY & WALLER DECK BUILDERS decks, screened porches, storage buildings, complete remodeling & basement finishing, Metal and shingle roofs. Greg Waller 678.614.6775; Mark Dewberry 678.850.3538; Jordan Dewberry 678.850.4999 6.21


A-1 ROOFING COMPANY For all your roofing needs and repairs. Stop leaks today! Free estimates! Licensed / insured. Call Mike 678-409-8600 HOME EXTERIORS additions, siding, gutters, overhang, roofing, pressure washing, flat concrete work - driveways, patios, etc. 678416-2870 James Shelnutt ‘ BOSS TREE SERVICE Free estimates. Expert tree removal. Stump grinding. Professional Tree Climbing. Pruning. Trimming. Chipper Service. Complete Clean Up. 770-251-8000. HANDYMAN SERVICES. Large or small jobs done, no need to worry. Paint, Plumbing, Electrical, Doors, Windows, Roofing, Flooring, Drywall, Ceramic Tile, etc. Credit cards accepted. Michael Thomas 678-409-8600 Quality work for a reasonable price. *


SWIM COACH Adult training for swim competition looking to hire a swim coach. Contact kim kimsshoppingaccount@

Help Wanted

CDL DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, experienced. Please call 404.509.8942 6.14 HOME HELPERS of Georgia & Alabama is looking for those individuals who want to make a change in someone’s life. If you live in Coweta, Fayette or Troup County and want to work between 15-40 hours apply today. Please apply online at or call 678-876-5118 LICENSED HEALTH INSURANCE AGENT Business/Individual/Medicare Sell Trumpcare! Email resume GREAT STYLES is needing immediately Hair Stylists – full or part-time – at both Newnan locations. Haircuts only, no color services. Great hourly pay. Call Melissa at 678-642-3443.


Found Pets

GOLDEN RETRIEVER senior male, Happy Valley area. Contact 404.997.9946 6.14

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Newnan Coweta Chamber of Commerce Business Women’s Network was delighted to have New York Times Bestselling Author Joshilyn Jackson as guest speaker for a recent Women of Prosperity Lunch at the Newnan Country Club! Joshilyn did a great job of explaining her path to becoming a full-time novelist, and as all the questions afterward showed, everyone was quite engaged with what she had to say. Thanks to all who attended and had a part in this terrific program!

June 12, 2017


ADOPT HERE: 91 Selt Road ● Newnan, GA 30263

Mon-Fri: 10a - 4:30p. SAT: 10a to 12:00p


See ALL Adoptable Pets at Coweta County Animal Control at Introducing Sweet Gentleman, Karl

Kennel B-14. Terrier Mix. #A034712 Handsome Karl was picked up as a stray from the Powers Country Store/West Hwy. 34. Someone loved him enough to have him neutered but sadly he was never reclaimed. Karl is a gentle spirit whose only wish is to be by your side as your companion. He’s calm & easy-going. Hearthbreakingly pa�ent, too—he never makes a peep when you pass his kennel. He �ust �uietly waits for you to no�ce him. Karl walks well on a leash and seems as laid-back around other dogs, too. �ecause he’s neutered, Karl’s adop�on fee will be reduced. He’s heartworm-posi�ve but Newnan-Coweta Humane Society will help with Karl’s treatment. Please meet this sweetheart and adopt Karl today! Karl + 84 other dogs available!

Newnan-Coweta Humane Society is a 501(c)3 all-volunteer, non-pro t organiza�on, dedicated to reducing the number of pets euthanized at Coweta County Animal Control (Newnan, GA) through rescue, spay/neuter, foster programs, and community awareness. Visit for more informa�on.

Meet Jake the Kitten!

Kennel C-6. Domestic Short Hair. #A034817

Would you �ust LOOK at li�le Jake here� He is bright-eyed and ready to take on the world! Jake is a sweet, playful fella. He is smart and a ec�onate and, according to one volunteer, �A great catch!” This dear boy was born in the shelter but does NOT want to grow up here. The shelter is a tough environment but especially for young ki�ens. Please show Jake how luck black cats really are. Adopt this swee�e today! Jake + 49 other cats available!

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